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 23, 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: VID00630
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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i C WEST. Something over' two1,years ago '''a'

I plan was set on foot to build an electric
i J'' saes 411 e railway front KUaimme to San
'r A recent paragraph in .he Valley\ ford by war of"Orlando,. and, for a
: Gazette mentioned the arrival in town time it looted like it would prove

,;1 of Mr. Ambrose Moore, of Toronto, successful' but for some reason it fell 'a.
Ont., who IB joining forces with hill asleep at the switch, but ha again a
friend, Alf W. Law, in farming.: been' called Into life., and this time,' '?l
'! In an interview with Mr. Moore the the plan 1* backed by a man financially '
.I Valley Gazette learned of plans that able to carry It to a successful

.I ; are being laid that will tend to materially contusion, a* the following 'taken'from si
"' increase the development of the Orlando Sentinel of Tues' p,

fruit and trucking In the immediateneighborhood day will show: i'

of Kissimmee, which locality conference 'imoprtano to Orlando -'
has been .elected as the base of and the Immediate section was t
operation. I held in the private car ef Mr /. H,' t
Prior to coming to Florida, Mr. ..., RESIDENCE OF MRS. C. V, BEARDEN EMMETT STREET Woodward, capitalist and father-In-; ,.

Moore acted in the capacity of chief .... - -- - - law of Representative Oscar Under* l
inspector for the National Railway wood of Alabama, Sunday evening.'
Association of Canada Limited. This "Parties to the conference wars. J
You Can't Win
association with a capitalization of INSPECTINGSITE Except BOOSTERS prominent business men rot Orlando,
five million dollars is but two years and Mr. Woodward son of two alder, NI I

old, and has a membership of railway You Chance Your Woodward, representing Ms father .
employees of over 120 thousand. MoneyAnd .ndiotber"eaplta1iata whe are inter-'{, '

.' Mr. Moore's description of tho operations INVADE ested in.. railroad ef building'1m
of this organization la interost- FORPOSTOFFICE interurban between Klssinv i,

ing. the Only Way for Broadway To Be Converted Intoa m.e and Sanford with Orlando. thechief 'i
With a view of reducing the cost of I Intermediate posit anA,Including !.

living, thinkers amongst the difr rantrail..y "Great White Way" It for the City to Issue citY. .* number of smaller place* alonJ,. r rWoodward
organizations got togetherand OUR the tins. v -i "'iT";;. .
Promissory Notes Bond to Pay the Cot. .. .. >, '
planned for a string of general !=*-_to' she has svwtnU +'

stores extending from coast to coastat I .. horn a i short distance north ., 0,..'

terminal points. The1 proprietor- lando, baa been considering,the putter -,
ship and management of tl.ooe stores The Valley Gazette, like ,the bull dog, never turns loose when one i li for some time,' but has'not.until ,
io vested with the railway men centered takes hold. Advertising Mid -Winter recently given.actl".tbOacbt to It,; ''i
at divisional and terminal points. WM. Hollo way Spent Yes Several months ago we recommended 10; the' City Council the converting and the purpose of. the conference t'Sunday'

That is to say, when sufficient; local of Broadway into a "great white way," and on repeated occasions was to enlist th..o f'l'a d

stock has been subscribed amongst the have pressed that recommendatioa. but.still that important thoroughfare Fair At..OrlandoLITERATURE tion, ,*f, the >Orlando .basin** 'inter 1 1est.
employees at these centres to establisha terday In KissimmeeMEMBERS is in comparative darkness from sun-down to sun-up. *' The conference,':'It .. 'understood S

store, and sufficient capital is paid We again offer that recommendation the gentlemen of the council, assumed more the,nature of,a'
in to provide for the cash payment of and hope they will see their way clear to favorably act upon It. i OF THE BIG SHOW. preliminary interchange, of:view

all operations, then a store may be When the. Valley Gazette first made the suggestion of a "white way"on AT WHICH OSCEOLA COUN : rather than the mapping"oat of positive ,
opened, and usually that Is the beet OF AMERICAN WOM Broadway there were few of our people who took kindly to the idea, but plans and demands for stock snbt
store in the town. The general publicis AN'S LEAGUE VOTE TO SELL as time went on and they made a study of the question the scheme appeared TY WILL CAPTURE THE. scription. y
free to buy for cash at such stores to them a* not only feasible but a splendid business proposition for GOLD PRIZE. "Shortly after the' gathering( the
while the shareholders are given credit 3 84-160 FEET OF LAND they have come to realize that if Kissirflmee is to hold its place in the frontrank .' a- ti young Mr. Woodward left:for Birm

,-I';f from pay-day to pay-day only. The ON STEWART AVENUEAT of Florida's prosperous and progressive cities, it, must keep up the Tuesday .afternoon"' an automobile" ingham, with the promise, to aend a' ;
annual profits are divided amongst tho pace of public improvements it set three year ago. .all plastered over with ,banner and representative of ''his people" to Or
$100 A' FRONT
employees, none of whom can subscribe Those. who have studied the question say that a "white w y" would be containing two men appeared on our lando and the other places Interested
, for more than (500 stock. FOOT. the mean* of Inducing more men of.means to come to Kissimmee than any streets and at one our timid maid to look into the matter The young .
i! ',1') ., Allowing the usual average for aI other one advertisement that could be employed and in that, belief. the took to'cover, for-with r a whoop and man came to Orlando primarily to'
family it will be seen that these 120 Valley Gazette heartily concurs. }
I a snort the occupant cried Hear accompany his parent*'to their :-winter ',
thousand members of the National The muck-talked of The !suggestion has been offered by !some that the property owner ye, hear ye, we are boosters' from home, and the railroad matter' '

Railway Association really represent I for Kissimmee took pootofficebuilding along Broadway be requested to purchase the light post and the pay BeoBterville, and are here to tell was incidental. .-., ,,'
over half a million people all of whom step on the road of "success" yester-a long the! cost of installation. In this we differ, for the reason that a ''whiteway" of the great and onlyiest fair ever "It ,is likely that; 'those\ who were i
live well as their wages are good and on Broadway would be the means of the value of
day when Hon. W. M. Holloway, enhancing every known to be In captivity said faire to party to the conference\ will ward
their money certain. cial spe- piece of property in Kissimmee, and it would be nothing but fair for th be pulled off at Orlando lain in a quiet way what may be ax-:. t t'
for the February
Since its inception, the N. R. A. has agent government, came entire to be borne by the city. from
coed pected Orlando In the .
and is known of
and 17-21r throughout this way
made an Inspection of the several .
opened up forty-two stores, and at sites that had been offered time W. Burkam, who came to our city ,something over a year ago, and broad and beautiful' commnowealth actual stock subscriptions and ma.. tr
the present time an average of two a previous in answer to some advertise. who has invested heavily in real estate, was in conversation with the editorof as the Mid-Winter Fair! Our names terial! encouragement ,to tha 'enterprise. '
month are being opened up. The or- the Valley Gazette this week and expressed the opinion that Kissimmee C. K. '
are and Wm. O.
ment of the Pomeroy Hall
ganization aloo owns its own glove governmentLike I possessed more natural advantaes than any other city he had visited and "While the t
all government Mr. -one the kindred!! of the famous plans .are; ret; somewhat -* ,
and gauntlet factory; a creamery; agents, was surprised that our people did not take of the nebulous *
advantage far
Hoi opportunity to "Brick" and the other the man after so as:the general
Ipway was not at liberty to state
boot and shoe factory; overall and induce men to come here by making such improvements public I I. concerned It I I.
what his recommendation would be, as converting'Droadway whom the "Hall of Fame" in the probable) flV
uniform factory and is of gradually extending but it is safe to answer that he will into a "white'w.y," bulkheading the lake front and building'either capitol at Washington is named!1"It that the proposed Jin will ,be for
its operations direct ownership tell the Treasury Department of a first-class dock or digging a canal from the water works to the didn't take the Valley Gazette electric or gasoline motor propulv
in various manufactories. It has channel in the lake. ion. >' *. *
recently acquired an up-to-date can- Uncle Sam that the property on In speaking of the "white ," Mr1' Burkam said man more than two minutes to connect "The i
Stewart way : "There is nothing with this pair of orator-boosters, project one which has been
ning factory. Roma Thomas avenue now residence occupied; and by the city could do that would advertise it more, and I am satisfied the entire and in the course of a half hour's agitated, for some time ,but without
i It may be that in a short time theNational which abuts the as grounds a of the, I cost would be returned to the people' before ,the year ended in the shape talk found them two gentlemen of reaching any definite ,shape., "The
Railway Associatom of House is the most desirable of increased value of property. I have lived in cities that instituted "white the highest stamp and largest caliber fact that the proposition has attracted -'
Canada will own its own groves and is directly in the center of the, as it ways" duripg my stay, and I can tell you truthfully that they did more and about the biggest and best capitalists of such standing* the
.. truck farms in Florida. Messrs. Law city,
to build
up those cities with desirable people than Woodward and their '
other that boosters it associate
I and can be purchased at fair any means has been his pleasure to ,
and Moore are working along those' price. a could have been employed, and the same results would follow if the council ; meet. seem, to give color to the hops that ,,
'. lines at present. In the meantime, would order that most beautiful street the line will be
Broadway, converted Into "great They in course of construetion
But there is one obstacle that a are making a tour of middle ;!
however, plans are being laid by these was white way. You know and we all know that it is the prettiest street to Florida posting signs, before s great whil..':! > '
to in putting
necessary overcome connection up
to the
gentlemen supply National be found in in the
any city Sputh, but it might just well be
with this property, it being short of as as barren of Dins and: tying handsome streamerson
Railway Association with Florida
fruits and truck direct, and. oa stated the necessary size demanded by thegovernment find verdue that as out the after island nightfall.of Torugas as far as any one having an opportunity to automobiles advertising the fair, REGISTRATION ISEXCEEDINGLY
above, Kissimmee will be the base of Just three and a half "Whoever heard of a city achieving they are thoroughly doing the
any prominence without
their operations. They expect in feet. The ground surroundi* the in spending job."We
money public improvements T And whoever
heard of LIGHTi'It
a city that made
short time to start despatching a car Chapter House are far in excess of improvements that off never met with a set of people
put making improvements '
load of mixed stuff from Kissiimmee that needed for use by the ladies in until the money was in more enthused over a thing than I ,-a.- .
the treasury to the bill? I would
pay suggest and I believe the the
majority are people of Kissimmee and
giving open-air St.
every day to different large centres inN entertainments, and of the of the is certainly not from
when taxpayers are same mind, that the city issue either promissory Cloud over the exhibit Osceola a lack of
.' Canada. For instance one car would and they.were requested to meet. notes or bonds to pay for installing a "white way' on Broadway, for bulkheading' will have at the fair said county both- interest that the voters of thiscoun
officially ,
be sent to Winnipeg and from there Bet a price on 8 8 .100I ,
the lake front and for building dock ty have up to thi* time failed to r
a or canal gentlemen in the 'y
sufficiently to breath
feet long same "and
7\ fronting on Stewart ,
portions of distributed to the smaller avenue, accommodate write their .
our shipping business for years to come.. we feel that names on the registra
will be
they your county
points. Next day a car would be I unhesitatingly declared their "But of these three tion books, for if there :
willingness to sell for the things, I would place the "wq te way"'first. as I away up in the line when the prizes arc s people
sent to Toronto and another sum of In
day a car believe that to be far-and beyond the most essential." are awarded but don't Florida who take a UniT Interest, +
one hundred dollars run with'
would go 'forward to Quebec and so a front foot, The opinion of Mr. Burkam should away : in the election of men to public office
carry much with the idea that ,
weight Volusia
which in exact figures will our people Seminole Lake '
on. I three hundred and eighty-four amount dol to as he is a large property holder, has traveled extensively, and li ready and and Orange counties are asleep at the I I.witch. it I I. the people of Osceola eo1l1\t). "_ !
It will be to the
apparent growqrsand willing to assessment that is levied Yet at this writing lea
lars. pay any against hia.w nga., [ They, too, have 6n a hustler than ore
truckers around Kfeaimmeo, that, hundred '
I voter have qualified, while
s-Jn-tj- VH-l ,
n that will
. There isn't the least doubt bat J r r r nnn-v- bring out the beet In them
: when all the plans have been completed I there at least
are two thousand in-
what this will be and there is not the least doubt but
I a scheme of this kind will render -I acceptable to the the county entitled to vote. This'fact -
h t1..... ( a vary valuable service. The N. government, as that is an exceedingly I what the Mid-Winter Fair will be theKteate.t must be) attributed to negligence
I R. A. has already over half a million moderate figure to place on the : and best ,fair ever held in and the '
Florida. pure simple, voter ,evidently, ,
land.It. Every product of the
dlolars on deposit in varioua Canadian :I garden i believing there ia no .._sait- fore' '
would be disastrous The Board of Trade the orchard and the field will '
banks, and one of the'best features of to. place thepolltoft'ice doing today what can be done at
be any
the whole proposition Is that the shipper at any other point in Kis- exhibited, to say nothing of the time before ,the fifth of March.' ..
here will be able to set their own simmee, as the site In question is not hundreds of head of live stock and There is a feature connected with u
on the commodUios supplied, so only now but'will ever remain the Meets Monday the thousands of pure-bred fowl this
that. '
Night registering of voter but
long a. it is reasonable. And another heart of the bUllin.esllIection.\ The And the ladies, God bless 'em, will be few seem to.,know of understand;" ',
there or 4
. good feature in the scheme, as the railroad precludes business going east from every quarter of the 'five and that i.I that this Is only! a pri- x'
t. .Valley Gazette sees' it, is, that the of Broadway, and at the rate Kis- counties with pretty things made by reCI.terand bee nothing'
mall grower will be able to ship as simmee is growing it will be but a their own bands, and in that depart- math to do with registering for,the on a

; well as the larger. Every car few years when all streets leading The meeting of the Board of Trade Monday night ment we anticipate the greatest general election to be held NoVem--,
despatched will contain a mixed assortment into Broadway from the west will be friendly rivalry a* we personally Ger.
used will be the lat under the present officer the know of several, communities '
of stuff BO that if one has exclusively business pur a* ,annual that R

'J J .... only a couple of craves of tomatoes or poses. election takes place the first meeting night In declare the prize will hang on their the 'Sentinel man when..he returned. .f!
(p.. a hamper of lettuce it will be worth.. We know W. M. Ilolloway; and we'' February. There i ia an unusual amount"of and Still there's :room .aplenty t.Orlando:.. ,' E: 1
his while to ship It. know him to be a man of,sound busi-i business we want'you to' urge your people "1 cant","1'.too <'much 'about.theway 'J
1\ :. ness judgment therefore we feel safej upon the secretary' desk' to :clear up, a* well;leas to be early on the ground and the people in Osceola have taken "

; ...t DIRECTORS OF THE In assuming that he will; recommend proposition to be made' to convert ,' put their bet foot forward for hold of tbe-fair idea.",said Mr,.Pome' t'
I i into
I I LADIES' G. A. R."t that the property mentioned be parv Broadway a there' going to be a >battle royal for roy. "Enthusiasm .is at high pitch f .,J
..Mr M. Coaner, president; Mrs. chased and a building In keeping with .1 I great "white way." The membership is urged' to be first plaee' the lit of prize win and the people,are taking pains aad r;

i I ,*" "J 'Emma Blenis, second vice-president: ; the need of this growing city be present at the meeting. ners. pride ;in preparing"exhibits. They "*:j f J''
,.. : .Mrs. Elmina Eby, Junior vice president erected without further delay. /; And bidding os good-by with, the are certainly-going. to make a grad. :
',,"""< ''I, ; Mrs. Belle Madi, secertary The, following letter from a special injunction to be sure and come to exhibit. one that-Orange county/.*... ..
'\'>'. 0' Mrs. Emily, O. Tatman treasure%; committee of the Board of Trade, C, F.JOHNSON, S.J. TIUPLCTT, the fair- and bring everyone lelsa.In/ all Florida maybe proud of tow H, '

,I' .f> .i. Mrs Jennie i,Lowell:, chaplain; 'Mr bearing on this question 'is In'answer Secretary. President. the county; they cranked their ear made, me feel i good to ...,.tIN fine, y
Sarah I Cahoon'' guard.; ' : : to,one from lion Claude IEngieContinued ", Hi"di.>" . v* *. *' .I( ,- f and:with horn blowingandflag. .fly. 'spirit of these people., They are-en*., Iq !

:', : Meetings second 'and..4th1"Wednesdays : .AAt; .'I '.' *.it'" __ M',', I' .: \ r ingwenttheir>""way ,spreading;'h.Hero'sth.'Story tontrising andUMy're'' folng ,tosww'Vprise : ,
6'A '' s' ** glad tiding*. : , .i some of the other, 'eounttsaw
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''%:;, THE KISSIMMEE 'VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY. 'JANUARY'' 23.' 114. V"tyliy s'' .

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: helpless creature within. her great s-

tt 4 : Drain the Everglades, ? boundaries, for our, wild animals?,forwhlcb

; .!' ,..h"' ..... ,,' -, chimed"reservations' at fabulous .prices are 'being In other pur ? +

.' States,..for. our wonderful birds and
for.:' the but '
: proud; vanquished -
__ ___ "* ', remnant .
of the old Seminole Justice will -
'By: MINNIE MOORE WILLSON)) I I be ,done.>> and '*: .century: of\dishonor, TRACT
( stoned.Th. .
r .t The problem', of' Everglades 'drainage try: It is believed that If the. voiceof I n Great' Seal,of' Florida.. FREETor

i+ hangi.?In the balance with an the red blooded citizenship of I With ,this Dimple justice done, WITH 4 ROOM HOUSE I t 4
t equilibrium fragile that the quiver Florida could be heard, they would 'then. will the great Seal of Florida, .
E of an eyelid 'would, change l 118 course, not-only ask that these dissatlsfled beautiful in its conception, carry out

then "Why Drain the' Everglades?" people have .their money but that its original meaning. The!, State

Federal Court' investigation, followed the Everglades be Jef l $ 'as they arc.Ip ,Seal o (every State document makes

by Indictments, uncertainties )! this way the honor of the State the impress of a 'Florida Indian with

y of ultimate success in would be vindicated, the upheaval, outstretched 'arms, welcoming' the

I disappointed purchasers reclamatlon'l where Federal Courts are in conflict I, white strangers of other lands, and sixty days ''we will offer sixty 5 acre tracts near big ..4
covered land, all come up with our Circuit Courts, where law the inscription\ reads, "In God We : .4A

Sand Lake ,in Orange County, 7 miles west of Taft, at $150 M1'

each. $50 cash and $10 per month. When sixty tracts ,:


i iJ are sold there will, be a public picnic on the shores of one \ : ;

of the beautiful lakes and a public drawing for the tract

to be given away will be held. The purchaser of tract

will be given a ticket for each 5 acre tract purchased.

These tickets, will, on the day of' drawing, be deposited in It (

a hat and the purchasers will select some person to draw J Jut

a ticket. The name appearing on the first ticket :J


drawn out will receive a I deed for the 5 acre tract and ,; ,


house absolutely free. The entire drawing will be in the \y

6 I hands of the purchasers. This land is all high grade I

H"l I A SEMINOLE CAMP IN THE EVERGLADES III citrus land and the location delightful. for information ,",

,"' public, with the question of the !yeis mid speculator continue in legalIfight I TI'u"t." The use made of Florida's1'iuutiful address r;
;, honor of Florida always in the back the strained situation I seal muttt often bring a ,

t ,, ground. j i alined to the better blush of shame to those who love
g Florida, from the day of her dis Florida und to the : their State and know her dealings 1

eovery by the merciless Spaniard has ship of wronged and much \\ith her native and home.loving I ,\ ,
f : been a battle ground With her cli- (.d Everglade land buyers Seminoles '

}, mate, her soil, her and ..
No Good\ Reason for l) -
her paradise for bird and wild animal I I Ii
There seems no really { Winter Home Land & Co.
t i life, together with her peculiarand at present for drainage of ; i FRUIT SHIPMENTS : Development
wonderful geographical position,
glades while there are man)
she should be today the Empire State why they should be left in I
of America, and a haven of rest and ent state. i ARE VERY HEAVY t Winter Home Floridaor :t i

'loveliness for all people, but alas! Florida at her last ,

/ for the greed of supremacy over her made her first step toward THE* PAST WEEK '

areas, she is discredited by many homes for the Seminole

and her banner sullied, whether justly bill granting 235,000 acres H. M. BREAKER & CO. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
it is for the ,
or unjustly moralist
and almost worthless land ,
to decide, yet certainly the eyes of native Americans. That i .
the reading world are on Florida and 1--- :
I first recognition was denied 2-4t ;(
her Everglade drainage nfairs( A
Everglade dwellers ID a I PACKING HOUSES HUSH ALL j
; ;year or two ago the Engineering '
well of
as as
News of New York asserted I -
city in -
sands of and --
most positive tones that the "recla- zens. How patriotic kindly would | MAKHKT GRAPEFRUIT ably l lighter than anticipated.: The their bereavement, and commend: KENNETH BUTLER 'II
4 mation of the Everglades Is being of Americans have felt TWO-THIRDS) AND: OR- I weather continues cold and we there- them to the care of our eterna
ignorantly and fore look for only a light movement Father:
; on by the State,inadequately of Florida and ward the administration had ,\. GES HALlGONE.. I this week. The reasonable prices Resolved also, That we furnish t reclaimed -
been granted and this much prevailing are enabling the trad to the family a copy of these resolu-
t swamp land being sold to been adjusted toward the FLORIDA CITRUS MOVEMENT. move the stock freely at prices which: tions, and spread a copy of the same I "
unsuspecting purchasers: at high satisfactory profits and still the records of our lodge.H. '
the people.As mean on LOCATES O? DAKIN AVENUE ,
moved _
Cars last week,. 984
u. low N. BRATTON
to create heavy
prices on the strength of the State'lJrOOd are enough a
is well known, the Cars moved week before last. 191 demand. We eke now J. M. HANSELL.A. NEXT TO II. M. BREAKER &:
rq ,name, through the public officials lieves that the Everglades Total cars moved to last Sat__11,403 i iJ making consumptive regular shipments: from the J. HOLT, COMPANY.There .
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F who publicly: endorsed the another race-to the Manatee district and expect! to com- Committee.
work." dians by a United States! Jacksonville Fla., Jan. 16.The mence shipping from the Sanford Kissimmee, Fla., Jan. 19, 1914. ar few better gauges of atown's
fruit movement for the past two district the early of next week.
For the'cOnftding !'' part
n purchasers all 'that all encroachments are : i weeks has averaged from 150 to 200 I "Prices on oranges ale ruling I Mrs. Sarah Ann Baxley. growth than the number of
, over the United States, who bought' justice and right, and that cars dally says The Packer. The I I somewhat lower than a week ago This excellent Christian lady departed '. barber shops it contains. Not so
: )' land deep under water, only sympathy abiding place and a refuge (I (continued cool weather and showers'': Florida oranges now shipping are excellent this life in Orlando at thi, I very long ago two shops with two 1
should be felt. Florida sold forest people the I I in this section of the State have put I'I'I i quality heavy, juicy and fine I home of her daughter, January 19,1, I' chairs each were all sufficient to }
I the fruit in condition.Weather 1914. < I
splendid eating. The oranges are carryingwell ,
\ these lands to speculators, and they the demands of Kissimmee. ,
especially adapted. conditions have been so fav- and arriving in most instances, She was born in 1835 and movedto | meet II'
in turn, backed by the high endorsement To spare this Okeechobee orable that heavier shipments have in very good condition. Florida in 1848. She leaves two>, |I But today there are four, and all :! '
; of Florida's officials then in to this vanishing remnant been made than would have been made "Grapefruit shipments are light, sons and three daughters, twenty.1' are in the first class, still there's a'
had little trouble in I otherwise The fruit is well the demand heavy and market strong grand-children and three great
power, reselling aboriginal American is the carrying hole to fill, and Kenneth Butler intends !
to her loss
grand-children mourn
both under ventilation and j
refrigeration : and advancing.
to small purchasers. Many of these this Christianized country and there is little complaint She lived a devoted Christian, and to put a peg into that hole..
victlmi are in poverty today, having An Unseen Hand At : made during the month of January. died in full hopes of a blissful immortality Mr. Butler has leased the room on
'x : invested their years of savings in From EUBANKS. beyond this veil of tears. j Dakin the real
a moral point of Packing houses in most every sec- avenue adjoining estate -
She burned in Rose Hill
this "Eldorado of Everglade riches." to those who believe In a tion have continued operations witha was ceme-Holt office of II M. Breaker & Co., ,
tery January 20. Rev. A. J. I
3 Thousands of these buyers invested and that "cause follows Of'I ,full force and in acme! sections they Whereas it has pleased our 'Heav- officiating. and left Tuesday for Tampa to pur
are working overtime to fill orders.
:. because of their faith in Florida's
looks as if Unseen chase a complete outfit. It is his
an There is ,good demand for grapefruit enly Father to remove from his NOTICE ,
,officials. It seems today that Flor- work, and intention to place two chairs in the
more powerful than a fair demand for oranges, the earthly labors our well beloved ,
Bids for the rental l of FRATERNITY .
Ida should make good any errors courts of earth and that in a grapefruit demand predominating. brother, W. A. Eubank, therefore be shop, and employ the best and most o (
made by her official representatives.She Probably from 6 to 70 cent of the HALL OPERA HOUSE for :
ious way the Everglades will per It Resolved by Orange Blossom experienced barbers, and as the shop ,
grapefruit is and about 55 the ensuing will be opened Feb-
is able to do this and do crop gone, year
may sol saved for the original cent of the Lodge No. 80, Kissimmee Fla., that is located directly between our two M 1'1
per orange crop. 5th. Address C. W. Dann,1'
by refunding these thousands of have lost devoted ruary '
Seminoles of Florida. in Bro. Eubank we a largest hotels and on the avenue that I" ;
\ buyers, who have as yet but have been over 11,000 cars member, who was correct in Sec'y. [ 3-41 I
idian believes in "fair play" shipped or about 4,000,000 boxes. life, gentle in spirit and peaceable 'I., I leads to and from the passenger depot r
r ?overflowed' lands. so soon as the people of I The growers in some sections of the and honorable in all his dealings. Late Grapefruit for April to July ,I there can be no doubt of its ff
'''That the last engineering report, understand how cruelly fair State will utilize which the new parcel postregulaUont' Resolved. That we shall) cherish his I' market assured the planter of Bpwen I success. !f
went into effect
,advbed by the "1918 legislature and been denied the Seminoles, January 1. A memory, and endeavor to imitate his Florida Standard and Marsh Seedless The side streets of the city are
which survey coat the State 40,000, rise up and demand it. to 50 pounds may package be sent weighing in the first up example in the correctness of his varieties. Sold reasonable prices for fast being filled with business houses,
> A No. 1 stock at Oklawaha Nurseries, and it will be
not before
J r ',. Ia,not hued and It and second and conduct. lung "
as optimistic is believed
rosy as that with zones packages I I
That extend to his Tangerine, Fla. Write for catalog will not be known
l Resolved we way as our only 4 !'j t
; land weighing up to 20 pounds in all zones
t, Everglade owners would like to age investigations now bereaved family our sympathies in 2-4t business thoroughfare.Don't ),
of the
parcel The limit
post system.
see it, may be ominous to a continuous the Everglade lands sales in '' of weight of parcels for fourth class .j
't dredging proposition. There is of distrust by the whole :: mail for delivery within the first and 00000000..0.00.0000000. 1
nothing,impossible for Americans to a decade will pass before second zones will be increased to 60 ;

'accomplish. when it becomes neces advertisements and the ,, pounds and in the third, fourth, fifth, ,.
sixth, seventh and eighth cones 11 to .
tary'but to attempt and '
1 enceeutw' plats will have
any ; 20 pounds. The rate of postage on I .
4, drainage now, it would re- upon a buying public, and parcels exceeding four ounces in
:quire, a:: sea wall around Okeechobeeor meantime, if no lands can I weight in the third fourth, fifth and I'" :
;: the surface.of the Glades must be'filled Everglade land speculators : sixth zones will be as follows: Third ..
t in above all danger of over so urgently recommended zone, 6c for the first pound and 2c
for each additional pound or fraction : Fail See This ;
flow. ,.,'ha'a. century hence may be dorsed the drainage scheme ,; ; fourth zone, 7c for the first to Space

the,:,.keynote for Everglade reclamation. their attention to other and pound and 4c for each additional ,
fVi .' -, fields and to the better pound or fraction; fifth zone, 8c for i
"I i the first pound and for each additional
Millions of Acres Untenanted of Florida State. I' ,6c j
as a |
| ; sixth tone, 9c for the first
'; f
Unto j Florida populates her millions A Wild Game Preserve pound and 8c for each additional. Next Week rM

; of,doable'ancl untenanted acres, Refuge. I Many of the shippers are having ;;
1, certainly she. need not reach for the The United States special boxes made in order to take 2C. '
;( the State of' Florida, is advantage of the 20-pound limit for ,
Ever-, .' to hold the Everglades I'' fourth class mail in the third, fourth
fifth, sixth, seventh and eigth zones. \
...Florida+ must yet appropriate; to even the native red people, for ; Many shippers believe that one parcel
''reclaim: in, part the 'vast tropical animal/life and at a winter post will materially benefit them in
t; swamp// could be better used In others the migratory birds of the I I disposing of'this fruit in small mar-I

: l \.thousands[of. .;well :wishers' to such a life from an economic Chase & Co.'s> Trade Letter. /\* ,
", ? movement, and as before referred all sentiment were laid Jacksonville jrN
Fla. Jan.
t.s '"to,' :the I land'Victims' : '"all over the'United great and mysterious tropical their Vreekly letter to the} trade Chase : .
-: States could: be' recompensed should .become a matter of & Co., under date of January 12, / "
',lI"'yin'full for-.the money.tfcjy: -eonfding.expended consideration. have the folloving'to say: j

."1Ji fa*'the purchase of over When our American people "On, a weather in ,
,towed 'lands In the Evergladeconn.'ffi body awaken Florida last week celery bleached I A
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the needsv
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,FitiDAY;, JANUARY, ;t,3,, 1A14 HE >,lt; SJMMIU. VAL L..ErhP ETT E' .-1 PAGE (t:!:; ." ,

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1 1ir 1";and'.on;$ clay"'roads 'be well drained.:: = I Galveston base c depot is In turn sup. -- ..

SAND CLAY. ROADS: . After the clay on sand, or 'the sand TWENTY-FIVE plied direct from the ,depot .of' thequartermaster -

at St. Louis,,

'' AND TIME" OF YEARTOWORKTHEM' or''.clay carefully road 'maintained'Is completed'' until, shouldbe the' TEACHERS WILL I transfers Mov copiel' troops.corps of invoices. covering' MACH: BROTHERS GARAGE

+ surface becomes firm and' smooth. Under the to accountability -
cr ol.ubsiatence '
The.:construction of this'type of roadis stores and

by no means a' quick operation. If GO TO GERMANY I I j expendable articles of quartermaster .
I stores terminates with their trans* OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
soft, sticky :places appear,. mo'r :sand I fer from the Galveston depot, to the I

should be added, and it loose,%sandy troops in the division. S

I1 |N' SPRING" WHEN SOIL'IS DAMP places, .Ii Just are found as important, more clay to 'Is attend needed.It to. DURING THE,,MONTH",''I. OF APRILTO veils The. in' same connection system.'of with; supply troops* along .( Agency''' for, the famous ,{

-- the border of Texas, 'New Mexico, 7 A
these (small 'details as to any other BRANCHES with El Paso as- the point of, eupply. {rt.DPiJnytl

COST OF SAND CLAY ROAD; ISFROM part, of the,,work, fqr, If they are STUDY 'SEVERAL This plan of supply, points out Gen.

I neglected. the)road is. table to faR TAUGHT. IN THE SCHOOLS Aleshire.has proven efficient in* that
+ $500 TO $1,00Q PER MILE, It requires approximately OF MUNICH all troops at the point named ,are,

one generally amply and expedioutly ,
w cubic yard of clay to surface 1 1-2 'Supplied with the stores necessary ; ,, r 1
: '!; I.
FEET WIDE running yards of road 12 feet in Washington, D. C., Jan. U.-pBy, for their equipment and comfort In i5'.i' fs INIyI! l' ;' I'f'(;. :

width ,o rabout 1.17 cubic yards to special arrangement between the the field and with the minimum of ''' : '!,, !

I the mile. From three ourths to city authorities of Munich, GermanYI paper, ... work on their ''part
Wahington; D. C., Jan. 22.-
and the United States '
one cubic yard will make a load. for
Ther are 'at present about 35,000 Education, a party of American
'a ,miles of sand clay roads in the two horses on a dry "Hay road. The teachers, rot to exceed 25, will go to WATER' SUPPLY aD '

United States,, mainly in the Southern cost of the road will therefore depend Germany in April to serve as stu, : :

largely the distance the dent-teachertudents preparing to .
upon i :
States; according: to the Oll'ice'ft i;
material is hauled the teach-in the trade continuation ANI IMPORTANT Inldt
average being
Public Roads, U. 8. Departmentt schools of Munich. They will remain I II'll! 'r; '' ; iA 4.kl .
j Agriculture. The time to work from $600 to $1,000 per' mile. A road in Munich from April to July, Ilili! fii l. !riilf"tlie' > '! f "'

built under the direction of the Officeof and will have unusual opportunitiesfor :
the roads is in the spring when the MINERAUESOURCE '1IIJiK '
.,. Public Roads at Gainesville, Fla., studying the methods by whichone } : :<+ sti@IitN; '
is If the of the
I loll working
damp. '
of the foremost cities of Europe ,.
one mile long, 14 feet wide, and having :
roads deferred until late in -) .
}Ss summer educates its citizens particularly in ,

. when they are dry, they are not 9 inches' of sand-clay surface, the field of industrial training in MATTER GIVEN UlTLE T OUGHT )

: ',sr- onjy much more difficult to put in cost $881 per mile, or tell cents per which the work of Munich under Dr d 1 )
I' Another sand-clay road Kerschensteiner is conspcuous. '
square yard. ,
but the of :1
5' proper shape coat repair :
that American
built by the Office at Tallahassee, "It is to be hoped
is greater than if they were worked teachers of majiual training and industrial STATE GEOLOGIST WILL COOPERATE .
I Fla., 16 feet wide, 7 inches thick, cost will take AllKinds : k
in the subject advantageof
,' early spring. IN COLLECTING DATA'AS Repair Work and Supplies .of
\ $470 per mile, or about five cents this opportunity," said Dr. Clax- .
Previous to 1894 '
,; comparatively
i of Education in' TO DEPOSITS
per square yard. ton, Commissioner .
, .; little, if any, of these roads existed. announcing: the. plan' today. "It I FOUND:' ) IN DRILLING

; 4 The popularity of this type of roadis means getting at nrst-nano tne experience -'' --

i .: due to the facts that it is cheap, POWER of one of the most notable I' WELLS.
industrial education systems of Eu- 'I
firm and durable
1 comparatively easy .
rope. Mr. L. L. Summers, a special
s to construct and and that the collaborator That water is a mineral and the
1 repair of this bureau, who has
materials out of which it is built are I STATIONS OF THE recently returned from a study of I water supply an important mineral

f plentiful in many sections of the I German conditions and is now lectur- resource is a fact to which the average -

ing in this country reports that Dr. has little thought.It .
I person given
country. STATE OF FLORIDA Kerschen teiner, Inspector Schmied, I I IN M'et
is true however .
,y The sand-clay road is made by and the city authorities,. lire particulaily that water obeys 1
welcome I all the laws of a mineral, and in fact STOCK '
mixing the sand and day in such I away anxious to a represen-
'I -
that the grains of sand touch I tative party of teachers from the differs from other minerals chiefly in A ,
/ MADE GREAT GAINS IN INDUSTRY United States. The official natureof that at the it FEEDS
temperature .
average ;
each other, the spaces between the the invitation from the mayor and JII.'IT.n:1t1ll SEI.F: FRED' HIP
being filled with which is in liquid form, while most minerals, TOWER RUGRItM TItHlJIlRlttlrPRKI
grams clay |II the council of the city gives it added I d

acts as a hinder. I LIGHT) ; HOUSE UOXKD IIECKIM-S,: attractiveness mercury excepted, at the same temperature II' "'IIIUU.I MACHINI'HY. 'r *

. The approximate mixture of sand I1 "Some of the courses which the i are in solid form. Like ENGINES!!. up 1.40 '!,. SAWMILLS! ;
i ii REPORT OK SERVICE REN- visiting teachers will be permitted to other minerals, however, water has 001l.I'R8: as .. 40 .. Idgh/ cad Ilraq .7 taAWiUST
and be determined filling
clay may by i DEED in 'IKNDKK:' MAIJ- Art-foigmg, gold- (
t hake part CO"ORII! 1.8 <<:,1\1\ IC' OItS -
a vessel with a sample of the i \: 01.1.TO SHIP IIMS :\' smithing, copper-work, bookbinding, a given temperature at which it GASOLINE ENOtNI'sTE4M' FEEDS
used i lithography, glass-painting, ( solidifies and in doing so assumes a
sand to be and another vessel I 'I'UKSS. printing{ I.ATII Mil..." sT.'ie ]III.LSD''STUN '
1 of the same size with water 'The i : decorating/ cabinet king, and hue 1 definite crystal form. These and SAN'S

\ water is. poured carefully into thl'1 Im( hamcs The official notice also other facts regarding water and water SAW HITS W.. all a.akea oW .awasfAF'r1NG
informs that the American will be
sand until reaches the of 1 supplies are forcibly brought out ina Ps'I.Las U4HU 1I
it point Washington, II.) C, Jan. 17.-l'l'c'' allowed to keep wha tthey make if
bulletin on the utility of we'll records MELTING, 4 .. H. ILoo
overflowing. The volume of water limmary figures. of the foitchotninRquinquennail they pay for the matenals .r."a.

removed from the second vessel represents I report on the cent, al The notices state that the usual recently issued by the State G ologi- CHAINS: CANT HOOKS TfNOSEYERYTIIINO .

approximately the propor.j electric light and power stations of German school fees, amounting in cal Survey. It is shown in this bulletin 'OR 1'.1 -
the State of Florida have I teen given this case to $2 a month, will be that is SAWMILL
tion of clay needed out by 1 Director W. J. Harris' of the charged; The chief expense will be more extensively Writ. ..orPrloe. ftiA

The proper proportion of sand and : Hureuii cf the Ccrrjs, Department t)fCommeice fo rtransportation, board and lodging prospected for, produced and utilizedthe .

clay can best be determined, how 1 They were prepared un being/ comparatively cheap. Bu- world over, and affects the life 4

' lever, as the work progresses, as I der the supervisIOn. of W. M. Stuart, I reau officials where believe industrial that training some communities is- I and welfare of more people than does 1wit ., 4r
chief statistician for manufactuies 1 r V-
will sand' any other mineral. However, notwithstanding -. "
clay contain
come more would be
The statistics relate to 'the YQUI'S in an experimental stage I
than others. In fact, clays are very i ending December :31 for 1912 and justified in giving teachers leave of the expensive ptospect- I if U r

" frequently found which already contain 1907 and June 30 for 1902, and cover absence' and paying their expensesfor ing that is being carried on in the "

' both commercial and municipal "lec- this trip. of well drilling the results -- "
about the light proportion of way are ,
; The Bureau of Education an- z
do not include
tric plants They
sand. I I but imperfectly correlated, and the Science Now Tells When .
' ,. electric plants operated by mining nounces that it will answer inquiries -
If the road to be treated is sandy, I (companies, fuc tones; hotels, etc, from teachers who may be interestedin large amount of money that is being

the surface .is first leveled off and I If which consume the current generated the planSOME I spent in drilling is for this reason not You've Eaten food That is Bad 'k 1:

f crowned with a road machine, the those operated by the Fcdcial ': giving the returns that it could be .'
f Government and state institutions, or ----- .
crown being about one-half<<: inch to I THINGS SAID i made to give. A considerable expense -
f. plants that were idle or in course of :
the foot from the center to the sides construction. i at the best is involved in drill- NEW; ; USE FOR !\IICROSCI>E'S LENS MORE\ SIGNIFICANT TIIAK ,;,

The clay is then dumped on the sur-I The figures as presented for Florida OP GEORGE STEWART ing a deep weld and it is a mistakenot I HOOKWORM REVELATION, DECLARES DISCOVERER ':lOF

face and carefully spread, so show that during the decade to make the most of the drill hole
,..' will be from six to eight inches in in the industry. In the estimated while it is being made. The instancesare .. ' ;kO
1902-1912 there were general gains DISEASE CARRIERS.* .
\. depth at the center; and generally number of arc lamps wired for ,,ser" A VERITABLE WHIRLWIND OF numerous in;which valuable mineral :' ;. .' 1.1'1

I decreasing in depth towards the ice, 1,264, there was an increase of HUMOR 1 PATHOS AND COMMON deposits have been drilled through 1 w.tM.Mt.-I s ", ..',.. a '" ,.." al,'.dt'! 4<...I: >:.'....".. ,y I
: of -clean sand Is then only 14 cent over 1902, while the SENSE.' without'being detected owing to the "JY \ ;YStihe. "1k"
" sides. A. layer. increase per of all other varieties wag ., An announcement that he discovers Dr.' .;"Anywhere,. .that Uhe.;.flyexists o{,
fact that the samples of ,
usually added, which is thoroughly 306,628, or 502 per cent. In the case """--- drillings I of much greater importance than' the this test can be, pplied to warm _
If mixed with the clay, either by traf- of the There are very few men on the lecture from the wen were not preserved and menat '
of the aggregate income fifty whom one revealing hookworm as the "germof the people against the insect's !.
fic or by means of plows and disc 01 establishments ported in 1912 there, platform today the people examined by tome one competent to "
hear mOl'eotladly and from whom laziness;; was made before the zoology The test itself has no medical value.It .
;; tooth harrows was a gain of .949,129! over 1902, cf I / judge of their character. :Moreover,
receive and I section of the American Association i is demonstration which
There also large they more inspiration / simply a
308 cent were :
t The best results have been ob per i the drilling of practically all deep
instruction than George R. "
r: gains. ((45:1:J per cent) in total horsepower helpful for the Advancement Scfence the public mind cannot ignore. ;
.. W. Wetzel Instructorin wells is )Jet by contract the lowest I
tamed by thoroughly mixing or pud- Rt'art.-John to
the kilowatt the
itpoited, capacityof | at Atlanta Medical college, by Dr. Inasmuch as Dr. Stiles Is regarded ,

dling the materials when wet. For dynamos ((403( per cent), the out- George;Public Speaking R. Stuart Yale is a University.veritable i bidder, and it is obvious that if theparty I Charles W. Stiles of the United as the discoverer of the hookworm, "
is desirable that the put of stations in kilowatt hours : )letting the contract has idea
this no
season, cent and in the number of whirlwind of humor, pathos and com- States public health service, stationed his opinion that this,.) discovery ll more ,
., be done in wet weather The ((221 per ) of the underground conditions, he is I
mixing: He understands the '
stationary motors served ((74:! percent mon sense at the marine hospital, Wilmington, important than that ii bound to attract -
be left the traffic aft- of life and has keen not in either drawpropel
mixing can to ). meaning. a graspof a position to N. C innterest to the new subject r
er the materials have been properly The number of persons emplo >din its pr.ohlem.-Maynard. Lee Dag- 'specifications or to judge as
Professor' of Public | The announcement wan of the discovery Dr. Stiles disclaims full credit for-
placed, but this involves a whole I 1912 was 4">5, an increase cf il: gy Speaking, i' to the reasonableness of the bid when y
1902. University Washington, Seattle. 1 1I 'j of a tent whereby it can be the hookwarm discovery, however. +
235 cent )
winter and spring of bad road, and per In lectures and class-room instruction made. Requirements which are useless '
my > I (j demonstrated whether or not a per Hookworm Types.
the is not always I have referred for that particular well) be
then I frequently
even mixing may
has eaten contaminated food .
v. The Lighthouse Service, of the Department son Dr. .Stiles said there were three1
satisfactory. In all cases, it is ad- has received my students to James G. Blaine, William included, while others that are essential -: F
of Commerce that
J. Bryan and George R. Stuartas Notwithstanding over 500,000 kinds of hookworm. The first hookworm -
visable to dress the road with-a road a "report from the Inspector of the I are omitted. been'treated e
examples of effective speakers; subjects have for hook found In 1782! by a Germans _
machine split log drag after the Seventh District of assistance ren- I In order to more definitely correlate -! I
or in
in totally unlike w'
the differing method worm since the revelation of that disease clergyman, does not occur in man.
f .. materials have been thoroughly dered three-masted by the tender schooner Magnolia Celia I...., personality but excelling in strength and make available the large I Dr. Stiles declares that this discovery The first of the three which do occur

... mixed, and to give it a crown of not 8 and effectiveness. -Albert M. Harris,j' amount of useful information that
which went ashore on January on Professor of Public Speaking, Van- is even more important. in man was discovered in Italy by
more than one inch or less than North Key Flats near Tortugas, Fla. derbilt University if to be obtained from well drilling, "Hookworm is restricted to the Dubini! in 1848. The second 'of man'a- V
three-fourths inch to the foot from While steaming out of Tortugas the offers to with
He at of the oldest survey co-operate vlvi
of 9 graduated one South, being a tropical and subtropical hookworms, the one peculiar to the
harbor the January ,
to the sides. A light on morning in the South and took well drillers and well
the center more owners securing
colleges in "
Capt Philip L. Cosgrove of the Magnolia disease, said he, Thursday. "Food South of the United States, wa* announced -
coating of sand may then be added. I the Celia F. agroundand medals and honors than any other data, and to thill%, d will ex- in
sighted/ who ever graduated at that institution contamination in found the North, by Dr. Stiles in 1902. The
The use of the load machine or drag went to her assistance. The amine samples and preserve recordsof :
South East and West. That is
before him or after him ev third was recognized just, a few
should be continued at frequent intervals I Magnglia anchored in 14 feet of water wells, making the information
the boat to Among the honors was a gold medal erywhere. This new test, a very months ago, in 1913, by Major Lane 11
until the surface is smooth and put over cargo for Best Debater medal for available through the published '
; gold reports -
take soundings. Finding 13 feet simple one, made with a microscope, of the British army in India. The-

and firm. j where the schooner was aground, medal Best English for Best Composition Orator; and; a a gold gold of the survey to all those who is of interest to the whole nation, the three forms are distinct, but are allied i
If the road to be treated is composed Cosgrove went alongside and are interested, no expense or other
I Capt. medal for Best Reader. He says the whole world, in fact, for it is the closely. '
of clay, it should first be worked the Celia F. out into 10 obligation being incurred by those
best he the of '. F
is dan gold got was daughter means wherewith the population of "I am in doubt as to which has dope;
t brought to a rough grade with a fathoms. This locality very the president for his wife. making use of the services of the
!< gerous with shoals all about and It our time is to be educated to the per the, greatest good in the fight against '
The surface should It is j'
: road machine. was almost impossible to get out. survey. hoped that municipa'ties ils of infection from insanitary sur- hookworm-the medical profession or

i.. then be plowed thoroughly pulverized Experience has shown that vesselson HOW THE TROOPS in particular will l give more attention roundings. the press," declared Dr. Stile "Within ain
by harrowing to a depth of these shoals do not last long as to data of this kind which /
To Educate Public.
inches after which it is almost any wind raises a heavy surf has not immediate three months after a reporter for
: about four ARE PROVISIONED an practical
ai4was "It is only by educating the the
\ and, therefore, the Magnolia's publi New York Sun caught the public '
: given a crown or slope of about one- weather value but also a broad applicationin W
; most opportune heavy through one perhaps two, maybe two viewpoint of my announcement>> at a
half inch to the foot from'the center followed in a day or two. the study of the sub-structure and and a half-school generations that
meeting of medical
r? 1. to the sides. It is then covered with The Celia F., a vesel of about 3,,0 natural features of the State. men in Washington -
DESCRIBED the eradication
we can and flashed column and hair
: tons, was out of Mobile, Ala., witha a a
3 '. six to eight inches of clea/i, sharp cargo of lumber for Cardiiias; ALESHIRE, CHIEF OF of typhoid fever, amoebic dysentery, story to his paper about the discoveryof t

. ". sand, which is spread thicker in the Cuba, and vessel and cargo were QUARTERMASTERCORPS. CLARK ASKS Cochin China diarrhea, and the various 'the germ of laziness,' the existence

:X) center than at the sdies. The materials valued at about $100,000. other intestinal diseases produced in of the hookworm 'atf the cause of a w

hC'5 should then be mixed with fOR INFORMATION adults and infants by soil pollution specific disease was known at l every
i and harrows while they are Some of the Florida hotel managers "
plows estimate that the patronage of Washington, D. C., Jan 13.-How infections. cross roads in the South."

* t comparatively dry, after which they a United States senator is worth $50a the troops of the second division in Washington, D. C., Jan. 13.-Rep- Dr. Stiles said that recently he examined Dr. Stiles said that absolutely the

;, are finally puddled with a harrow week more to them than a private camp at Texas City and border Galvestonand resentative Clark of Florida today '179 people, gathered at ran first publication about the hookworm ;
If works the Mexican are
t" during wet weather. clay citizen. is described in introduced a resolution which pro- dom in one town, nearly all of whom was made by a Georgia
with stores newspaper.
and the road becomes Senator Stone, of Missouri, has supplied
to the surface vides that the Secretary of the
children .
the annual report of Maj. Gen. were The microscope show He was' investigating in the middleof
added. been ordered by his physician to I
be shall
should and
sand Treasury investigate
sticky, more James B. Aleshire, chief of the quar- report td a positive test said he for
spend several months in Florida, fo what amount of United over Georgia when a newspaper man
The road is then shaped, crowned, lowing an attack of grippe. Last termaster corps to Secretary of War money wai' deposited with the States treasurers 26 per cent of the subjects examined.In heard of his presence and wrote si :F
I' and ditched in the usual manner with winter Senator Stone's son, Kim- Garrison. : .tom
The in at Texas City of the various states in 1836, another town, among" a croup including story based on an interview'withhim.. '
This should be done Stone spent three week! troops camp }
brough ,
machine. and what this
:; ., a road satisfactorily amount of has been re- not large
with his wife and two chUdren at a and Galveston have been so a proportion ,of But the story was ntt noticed elsewhere
surface is soft, yet stiff turned to the treasury. He also is
when the For this. he supplied with stores and service children, 80 cent showed '
"I"" hotel near Ormond. paid authorized by the resolution in- pep positive he said.Oklawaha
enough to pack well under the rolleror *. under the plan of supply for field
; 'f. $50 a week. When Senator Stone from Congress what effort has been under the test. .
Wide but. shallow service worked out by Gen. Alesbire'soffice I
: the traffic. telegraphed to the) same hotel this by the secretaryof made to collect the money due. "Thus 'can the direct agency of the Nursery trees of Valencia ...
\ ditches should b* provided on both week, asking terms for himself and and approved In addition he is asked for infor-
provides for fly, whose feet bear the fecal 'aadr:
and culverts or two others, he was quote da price of war. This system mation all con- Orange every one perfect,
1\ idesxof the road, where- $100 per week. Senator Stone des I the supply of troops direct from base tween the concerning treasury and disputes the various be- lamination to human, food, be demon budded from the best bearing tree*.. ,

\' cross-drains should be placed dares that $50 extra a week for depot at Galveston upon requisitionssubmtted the states, if any exists, in relation to the strated in any' city 7"or town 'or community Oklawaha Nurseries, ,,Tangerine,'Tin.;' z Ir '. t
the road for the to depotU1l'Ou ,
--,1, 'it ever water exceedingly flows\important across .that, the tor hotel, is rates, too- much just because v, he is a sena-J I ,the by.division troops authorities... The money.,.rtF in question..' ' of the ''JID ted/:States," said Writ." .forreatalog..', .!-tt t ", rt
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Soldier in Osceola ''
Colony Inc. *

r"1 ATTORNEY AT LAWSPECIALIZING County ;$. a Great Success SAM G. AGSDALE, Prtt.:' aid Mgr t, .. ' R "

yes;, M.oyr'.Wonderful Stomach Remedy "THE, PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE?
Is Recommended and Praised by '
IN Thousands Who Have PHONE Nb. 41

_AS't!'! NAVY UNION, WRITES OF .VISIT TO ST. CLOUD, "I was a sick nun for ? ;
about tkr. aaaUu PRESCRIPTION WORK ',
AND FLORIDA, AND ITS GROWTH caused from Gail Stones, .
I '. of 'the' Liver and wu told ..
TITLE WORK br three of our most proninent < of store' "
.c '. ltimI It the supreme test a, drug .'!. '
a 3' I [!would. hsire 10 submit (an character. Our Prescription Depart f'
gTATI BANK SLOG.Y. Tho soldier colony, known ''as St. Veterans I explained to them the operation to get relief ment I the principal that '
but breed of your Wonder. run on ;your. i,
I Cloud, in Osccoja) count)'!, Fla., is unique advantages of the organization, and ful Stomach Remedy and doctor know what he want when h.1 "Iwrite.

; ,, ooaoooaoaoaaooaaao I It in perhaps the ;only town of they wired to Comrade Gustave K.Kausch and secured took a it full according treatment. to .' hi direction and that It I* our (,'

.. the kind in the world and patriotism adjutant-general, at Washington direction: and passedhundred duty to follow them to the very letter. 'I'
...:-x+: 1 is i in the air and bubbles from the D. company, who forwardedto taking of Gall your StonesSince medi Bring your prescriptions here and you i '

't THEMauhatttttt ] very irround, a .writer says in the them an application for charter. don 4 t feel any III cine effects.I work I regularly am. praising and will mbke the doctor" work surer and I( \,

1 American Standard. The comrades of St. Cloud who are your Remedy to all my friend. 1 think ifi quicker. I,
I worthy of the highest praise B. L. 1X>OLKV. I
| \I i| II I is the( Aix-adia, the linen, of for. taking the lead in' the formation of .' .. fat.: .. -. --- ; !
Sufferers of Stomach Liver and Intestinal<<
American fighting men, and in I the camp are Eugene'Schofield, asked I'
me Ailments are not to take MVr's
T Hotel j f I. its picturesque piecincts may be found, Charles W. Loudon, chief of police; months Wondrrfel before.....they..rh feel Rvanvdy; benefited.for weeks Juet.and.,. PALACE DRUG STORE, Inc. -

i Bung in peace and plenty veterans of and John A. McCarthy. They are all one done,- which should make you feel betterIn
t Special Attention to J f i the tied, war, the wur with Spain buglers and representative citizeni of be well health and, convince strong you tree that you from you will ttatn soon and SAM G. RAGSDALE, Prei. and Mgr: 1 :,1-

the Traveling Public! : those who participated in the Philippine St. Cloud. suffering end give you a lOu"d.n healthy "THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE"t..
Stomach, .. it has none in thousands of other
r, from I insurrectinoregulars! who forced There! is also the Veterans' association cases. wherever it is taken you will hear PHONE No. 41 FREE DELIVERY t
:y g: .InM ucrost the square nothing hut the highest praise. Go to your V
A. C L. DepotKissiMMEE the wall of 1'ekin) and entered<< the which holds public meetings druggist-ask him about the great results it ..'

t. FLA. \ 'Holy Walls of Chinu, and others who every Saturday afternoon in G. A. R. has knows been or accomplishing send In Ceo. f-yer. r.ofh"-:. ::: 0\\\ ,I _

i served !in the army and navy in the hat!. At these seasons the veterans tit 154,I 156 Whiting !St.';<< Chtesto, III.. for. .. -"' ;1 <.{'
)I free hook on Stomach Ailments and many
ti., :" {440000w ir4 0'Orvt d-.W{'" piping times of peace. recite reminiscences of the camp, the grateful letters from people who have "beenrestored. ooooooooooooooooooooooo. '
I have just returned from a fifteen bivouac the march and firing line, 'i .
Sale In Klssimmee SKIRT CLEANING
clay' Hojourn at St. Cloud where I and deliver patriotic addresses, with r
\ o'--:'<":-o"oo) I J. Z. ROBEKSON .
met and fraternized with comrades of music.! J is one of our specialties, and .
And Druggists Everywhere :\
I M. TILLER all aces and degrees. There were the I A .new memorial hall of the Grand --- ladies cart eave themselves f; "

I venerable units of the great armies Army of the Republic is in course of I much time and trouble by sending : I'
I i Real Estate Agency. : of Grant; Sherman and Koseoransfellows erection at Eleventh street.and Massachusetts Supervisor of Registration C. W. a+ such soiled garments to us '\,

t- i................................ I who faced the fiery blasts of avenue. It is being builtof Griffin has appointed his deputies In to be thoroughly' cleansed and 1

sold. Antietam, braved the Hornet's Nest in I brick and concrete and will be a the several precincts, and the booksare made look like new again, by :
Realty bought and the Wilderness or were in the whirl of line structure.An now open for all who care to reg- our system of pressing. We {
Houses rented. ister. All voters will be required to
Shiloh, and fellows evidence of the devo- careful with all I
death at younger patriotic are very our
Taxes paid and Titles ver- register if they to participatein f .
ified for non-residents. who made the gallant rushes up the tion of the St. Cloudians is the fact the primary, regardless of whether 1 work and never injure any t ,

Accident In- slopes of Santiago or fought the bolo- that in front of many houses are they have registered before or not. delicate fabric-such as lace- i,
Fire, Life men in the jungles of the Philippines. flagstaffs, from which Old Glory Books are in the hands of the following .' in the slightest. We call for ,c ci
surance. < deputies in the various precincts .
Indemnity Bonds. I found them all at pretty St. Cloud, floats in the perpetual sunshine and : and deliver goods. Reasonable '

and they wire contented and happy. balmy lake breezes.St. No. 2-Shingle Creek, George C.. charges.

I Represent Many States. Cloud garrison Army and Navy Bronson.No. \ ./ i
Phone 61. _ 119 Broadway.Oliver's :
These soldier and sailor colonistscame union, has taken on a new lease of 3.-Campbell, Dan Lanier. I
No. 4.-St. Cloud, A. E. Drought.No.
r, from every state in the Union. life, and the comrades propose to 5.-Lanier, Young Tindall.No. Suitatorium ;

They are all home-owners and thrifty. double its membership before the sunshine I 6.-Whittier, Randalph Young.
S.III.BUftOCK Th. little bronze buttons they wear of ,spring. Officers for the year I No. 7.-Bassinger, W. H. Walker. K-OO-OOO-O 0000000 000000+000. ooooooooo.oooo 000 O.

I upon their coat lapels are as talismans have just been elected and they are all : No. 8.-Narcoossee, F." W. Hill. - -- -.j 1

REAL ESTATE of prosperity, for the "yelp"of comrades good and true. I 10 CENT "CASCAKZTS"- ----- \;

.J ....................... the wolf of want i is never heard at I Spanish War Vet Delighted.
St. Cloud. 1 am informed.The Comrade A. M. Russell, past com- IF BILIOUS OR COSTIVEFor 1

: INSURANCE homes of the former fightingmen I mander of Col.! Petitt camp. United D. G. WflGflEH( IKSDBDHGE$ GEftGY.$ ...

are models of architecture, and I Spanish War Veterans, of Washington, Sick Headache, Sour Stomach ..*
Examination of Titles a nestling among their tropical surroundings I). C., and !Mrs. Russell were St. Cloud Sluggish Liver and Bow.)la>-They
work while yeu .I..p. Successor to Arthur E. Donef Agency ;
they present pictures worM visitors when I reached the wonder ,
Specialty.e Room. No. 9 Second floor Citizen Bank Boddie Phone 246 r
the'brush : I
thy of the artist. In their city. He was accompanied by another

.I Corresoondence SolicitedC.W.GRIFFIN;-*- home gardens surrounding their pretty I visitor, Dr. N. A. Strait, of United I Furred Tongue..Dad Taste. India. *.
tlon. Sallow Skin and Miserable Headaches .
residences are oranges, leomns I States Pension Bureau. Comrade Rus- come from a torpid liver and General Insurance Business, representing the strongest and most / 1

pineapples, bananas, grapefruit, figs sell! served in the war with Spain asa clogged bowels which cauao your Reliable companies. ,

strawberies and what not, and all i member of the Thirty-first Michi stomach to become filled with undigested ,"

growing and thriving in midDecember. I gan. Both comrades have purchased food, which sours and ferments We will continue the Business of the Arthur E. Donef Agency
swill barrel. That'athe
like garbage in a
Then there are beans, peas, cucumbers property at St. Cloud after inspecting first step to untold mleery--Indigestion without ShangYour patronage is respectfully solicited.

lettuce, potatoes, tomatoes, I the prosperity and prospects. Speak- foul gas*. bad breath, ,..8nOW'.kJn. \ "

and many other vegetables ripe or ing of the soldier colony Comrade mental fears everything that la
J.. ; Staple and Fancy riP'j i horrible and nauseating. A Cascarettonight
) ening for the St. Cloud winter Russell! said: i
will give your
And the flower gardens? They were : "I have known about St. Cloud for' bowele a thorough cleansing and T. N. CLARK. Treasurer J. H. LINDSEY, Secretary;

GROCERIES: fairly teeming with magnificent and some time, but when I came here on straighten you out by morning. They THE -

odoriferous flowers-roses, myrtle, ; November 20, I was surprised and work while you Bleep- -a 10-cent box

It \ moonflowers clematis, hibiscus, and amazed at the size and advantages of from good your fer druggist months will keep you feeling .Optimus Furniture .

t t Free Delivery to all Partsof many others of the brightest hues. the town. I found a high class of "
In the surrounding suburbs were Japanese stores and dwellings. The homes are "
the City bamboo, magnolias, baytree all comfortable. '

blooms, palms, palmettos and what "When ;you note the rapid growth Myers Write, Fla.,, or, for wire rate Menge of fare Bros.and,schedule Fut. and Manufacturing .[ i ,

i '. .. .. ,- --- .. not. here as compared with the slow of-steamers Suwanee and Corona
The Christmas, dinner, t was told, growths in the North it gives one an COMPANY "
.. wlhrfc. Is r...... ...I of with its red- plying between' Fort Myers and Fort
What , trS r .. $'w.r7 eeriest ripe strawberries,' vegetables fresh this country. One of the biggest Lauderdale viaL the famous Calooaahat-and FURNITURE, OFFICE FIXTURES, CABINET WORK, ETC.

from the farden, wild turkey and venison things for a man on the ground is the chee, Lake Okeechobee Everglades GENERAL CARPENTER CONTRACTING

Of !, perhaps, from hunting grounds ) chance of getting citrus fruit growing Drainage Canals. The most wonderful Estimates on Application. T. L. CURRY Mrr.DIXIE" .
Wild bird
in America.
+ t .. surrounding St. Cloud, and freshly- 'land at small cost. Wonders may be scenery
and other fish from Lake and game life in profusion. Seminole
caught bass accomplished here by the exercise of
I East Tohopekaliga upon which the industry and tact." Indians and alligators. 42-tf

r / soldier-colony town is located. I Congress will be asked to establishat ------ -- - -

I It is not unusual to have big Flor or near St. Cloud a soldiers' home Oklawaha Nurseries have the finest .
strain of Pineapple Orange trees, war-
watermelons on the St. Cloud hospital or sanitarium where invalid QUALITY
ranted to produce strictly fancy fruit. .
Christmas table with ,
oranges grape- soldiers may be benefited by the cur-
a fruit, bananas, and pineapples on the ative balsam in the atmosphere and Oklawaha Nurseries, Tangerine, Fla.,

u1 ....-.. .-.. Side. What a contrast with the Christmas the sunshine that id continuous Write for catalog. 2-4t PICTURES

dinners in the frigid North and -
.. through spring summer, autumn and - -- ---
> Shy East! winter. Always the Best and
. .-. .-. 1 Spanish. W.r.1 in. Chief. Youthful Vigor Desirable.The .
"PIANOTUNING Cleanest Motion ShowChildren's '"
The soldiers and sailors of St. Cloud EXPERT ,
k '; ltl..11 I prospective industries of St. s>
'Ii have an admirable city government Cloud and
i are numerous and varied, Matinee Saturdays and Holidays 6:30 P. M.
and veret runs' rights are carefully influx of
:-= ::--y-- I an more young men and
3 P. M. .
Other days 7:15 P. M.
guarded. The mayor is a veteran of I women i.i desired to bring them to

We ask you here to buy our meat I the civil war and the chief of policeis successful! fruition. The raw materialfor Special attention to all makes of -

f r a hu"'ran; of the Spanish- I manufactures abounds here, where instruments

Because we knew it's good. .' .\nWI"'an war Comrade Charles W. from three! to five crops are producedeach Charge for tuning $3.60, for next

t'' : And if you kuew it as well as we, | London lip/ is a six-fooler in size yea The field is clear, and enterprise 30 days.

'I, 0 We know you surely would. and a fOI --footer in courage. I/l.1/ and industry will do the rest. Out of town orders solicited.R. tSUPERIOR

I pal Ui-ipated in the rushes at San Juan The St. 'loud cigar factory of Wil- D. FAIRMAN
hill and has the holomcn in Phone 202 Box 197
fought liam H. :Millson, IM overcrowded with
There's nothing better than I ;| the jungles of the far-away Philippines orders, and he needy additional Kissimmee, Fla. SERVICE
"' 'r the best, That he preserves good order I hands; the two concrete works cannot -

.... ] 'it St {Cloud I is the assurance of its supply the demand for blocks for (; ;

!. This, you'll admit a fact. lii-st t citizens, The common council is I paving and home-building; the canning .

,,' That its here, to prove by test, ', omposed of soldiers and sailors of I factory will soon begin operations I "The Old Reliable"PLUMBING

i, foi mer service, and many of the, busmess it i.said, and the electric lighting
Would be the
proper 1 '" ,
t td f houses are conducted by vet- and ice-making plants are working Take No Chances

1 ij I | ran There is the flavor of the overtime The soldier colony is Pros- AND METAL SHOP lit.\

j ) =-= I i Ibivous and the camp in the very atmosphere perity Town sure (enough and there r -

of St. Cloud and I almostexpected ate m..nopenlnlC' for young men of Of Fire Theft. The
It. IHTAHLINC... ! or
") RULE BASS MARKET i to bear on the balmy mOl n- vigor and business acumen:
x 14 l>ardl.Kto. Ar. 27 Sv...r. A'.. time safe is not
.- i lug breeze the stirring notes of: "re- The industry of packing and an absolutelysafe
shipping .
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Offl.ce rbo.e 244--2 It. -
fr"I\ ORDIA BASS, Manager I \ill. with the plaintive "tups"'sounding oranges lemons, pineapples, place to store valuables.Our .

H i .. in the tropical night. : strawberries truck etc.. i is, yet in its Wimry, n full line of IM.U M HI!V IPI..IKS at all timvB. No job toolargo
'. I "What an ideal place for a soldier
infancy at St. Cloud, and opportunity or too email to receive our prompt
"l -- ; to luft" remarked a fellow-visitor to is reaching out its hand to attention. In the past eight years wehaf Fire and Burglar Proof
young men
\ <- built a food reliable reputationIn '
; AeOaae0000 00004000Sprigg >CI't. [ this wonder saywhile I was there. who are now almost hopelessly lost in the Plumbing and Metal businesswhich Vault is a strong-hold that in-
has enabled us to Increase our '
't., I The glad hand of welcome is extended I the congestion, hurly-burly, scant stock as well|l as our help.We sures protection. '
; 1 to all, and soldier comrader wages and hard times in ou'r' great handle none but the genuine ty
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rt FlemingCLEANING is epidemic in St. Cloud. I cities. The cry of the high cost of MTANUAItU GHICKNNIJ UTtl

>> Forming Camp: of the U. S. W. V. living has not reached the Wonder LABEL UUAHANTKKU Safe Deposit Boxes for rent.

:t: al, The patriotic organizations in the City of Dixie. Its coming is not ex I'OHCEI.AIW KNAMBb WAUEJ: $2.00 and $4.00

t PRESSING soldier colony include Mitchell pos pected. ,A fitting emblem for St. per year.
In connection with our Plumbing: shopwe '
(-, G. A. R.; Woman's Relief corpsand Cloud, in Sunny Florida, would be the have a complete and uptodateTIN. ___ i.,
"' t > St. Cloud garrison. Army and Navy horn of plenty in a setting of tropical We cary a full line. of Copper, BrlKht I

': '.\ REPAIRING union.! The comrades ot St. Cloud growths, embellished with many'eelored Tin Ktc. Plate Oalvanlied Roonlnjt Iron, Hraiskestack, 'all clans Iron.and Arthur E. Donegan, P. K. Weaver, :.

,1' A t- who served in then Spani.hAmerlean; flowers, yellow ,and thlckn....... Ridge Roll and Conductor Praidmt. Cash1ct. t
..._ .word ft toy bouse mod cloth in oranges pipes.' We make a specialty of .
the ,
war or Philippine or Boxercampaign "
.i'i J will be e"lid lor and returned.i golden fruit. Me'sU Celllaav Carat. Skrliah ta, V.svtll "
f) got busy while It was: :there .ter M Mls>w its-las: fer Hlaalsur sus* ..t
i Satisfaction Guaranteed d I i Lrissator Millar All work done on short st
; )l, and are now' engaged In/formlnjr ae It a man ba,. he end In Tie"wit, ,is notice by skilled mechanics. Tbu need: .1..1.OA t
,. Camp of the United States War easy to see his finish. I the.srork and w. need the business
1/Aa100J0.000000000 Solicited.
: Tour patronage .

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pert as well as a specialist in real Miss Lena.. Pierce 40.00 considering the matter decided to make

i', .ASSESSOR HASMONUMENTAL estate values and personal -. Mis. essle 11ayi 40.00Mis the appropriation.
i' thorough 'ora I.. Maine 80.00 Upon motion -of Oeo. "'. Overstrert
A Florida who
assessor Miss Clara Reynolds 46.00 a vote of thank was extended to thosuperintendent.
complies with the new law; should, Mr. C. N. Carne.--------_ ._ 60.00 school official and
;; JOB at the end of his four years term, be Mrs. Lola Atwood 4600MIH : cltlErna of Key Went; for: the cordial recrptlon -
Jean Thomas 45.0O
and entertainment given those
able to command a large salary from Miss Kleda Doolittle 46.OO attending the teachvr'i meeting held In !
any of the big insurance companies, Mis*. Irle Oliver. 16.OO aid place In December.
t HANDS as he would have at his fingers ends Miss Ulllan lal .__"_ 46.00 A communication wa read from the "

ONJIS knowledge tha tthose companies Miss Miss 1 Pearl..1 la Roper Bwlnney_- 40.00 40.00 Slate Tax Commission In regards to ... .,, / .

would be willing to pay for. Mr. James P. Hawthorne __ _- 66.00 the taxes for Sears the ensuing was Instructed year. Superintendent to I ,

I am sure that Mr. W. I. Barber;, Mrs. J. H. Steffee 40.00 write. the member of Bald commissionthat
f TO'PlACE State and will Miss Ola CarnplieU 40.00 In making the request for mlllaa-e
CASH VALUE ON LAND our county assessor, Mr. T. J. Little 40.00L. I ''J
for the would be
said Board governed
do the very best he can under the .. I. Jordan -.- 46.00M. by the tax assessor and that only ,
,.. circumstances, as we all know him to E. Wright 86.00 such mlllaKe would be ?requested a* was
be a painstaking and conscientious Jaunlta Thompson 86.00 86.00 absolutely necessary to carry on. school or' :

THE LEGISLATURE HANDED man, but the new law calls on him Mellta Pearl Johnson Johnson-_ 80.00 of said county. -.

'.. to exhibit many branches of know) Mrs. Rhoda l>uc... 4000 Miss Joe Berta Bryan OUT A LARGE ORDER WHEN Miss Ruby Bass 40.00 mously' appointed as agent for canning (
edge of peculiar and specific char Miss Katherine Shadoan-___ 40.00 club of OsceOla County, and she was :
IT SAID PROPERTY SHOULD acter. TAXPAYER. Miss Ruth Clark -_ 6.00 Instructed to write to Agnes Ellen
Mrs Obed Mltsel 10.00 Harris at Tallahassee for full Instructions. ,.
BE ASSESSED AT ACTUAL Mellta Johnson &.00 i
Mr. A. R. Morrow _- 2500 Superintendent Sears was Instructed '.1.1V
CASH VALUE.The of Miss Lena Pierce __ 10.00 to purchase a new seal. for the Bchool .
Proceedings Miss Cora I.. Maine __ -- 10.00C. Board.
H. Carnes 10OO 8 J. Trlplctt appeared before the
Miss Clara Reynolds. 10.00 Hoard In behalf of the Valley Uaette! I :
article in your l Issue of January the School BoardKlsslmmee. Mrs. Lula Atwood -_- 10.00 and requested the Hoard to give the I Iprinting TI ME .il ,
16th. concerning the assessing Miss Jean Thomas 1000 for the ensuing year to said !
Miss Kleda I>oollttle 10.00 paper The Board after consideringthe ,
.f taxes n this State, brings up a Miss Trio Oliver 10.00 matter decided to give the printing
inset vital and interesting: subject Miss Lillian Dale 10.OO 1 to the Valley Oasette for the ensuingyear

for the taxpayers. It is probable Fin., Jan. IS. 1.14. J.Miss P. Hawthorne Lelal Roper__-__nn____ 2600 8.00 last upijn said terms and conditionsas
that there is a percentage of taxpayers .Tho Board of Public Instruction met Mr. J. H. Steffee 10.00 year.
in the State that do not know In regular session there being' pre.- Miss Pearl Swlnney-- 10.00 There. being no further business the ,
remarkable ant W. C. Bus, chairman; Oeo. 1Overstreet Mr. T. J. Little .-_- &.00 i Board adjourned until the next regular 4/6
about the legislatoin -
anything and W. W. Chandler. AI.o 8 L. Lupfer. Com. Treas : .111 meeting
that was enacted by the Leg W. J. Sears, superintendent 8. L. Lupfer. Com. Treas-__-____ 1.01 I W. C BABaV JULY e: I
islature during its last session in regard Minutes of the last meeting were H I... Lupfer Com. Treas- 6.86 Chal.....
to the assessing of taxes. read and approved. 8 K Lufrrer, Com. Treas.1.31 AttestW. J. REARS
S. I.* Lupfer. county treasurer, reported 8.: L. Lupfer. Com.: Treas-' :.88 Superintendent. t!
The law is what you have quoted aa follows: 8. L. Lupfer.. Com. Tress- lid: Y
"that all property, both real and per- To the Honorable Board of Public Oeo P. Arrowsmlth, Sch. No.:
Instruction In afed. for Osoeola R. Wldrlg. & Frt 62.61 Citrus Growers
county : Supplies -
.v sonal, shall be assessed at its full for the month of December A. D. J. : Frlgart. painting: 10.OOB. SOUR ACID STOMACHS

cash value." 1913: H. Ouy. wag-on- 1260 OASES OB INDIOgSTION .. ,
.......1 Aesee .*.... John Balsden. Labor Sch. No. IS 10.00 i ""
It seems to me that this is a very To balance from last __ W. R. Oodwln. stove and Frt- 7.76 Our new Spring Citrus Book entitled BE ON TIKE !is now reacIT; ;
large order for the assessors of the report t5.A9T.71 R. Toung. supplies 4.20 Each "Papa's Dlapepeln" dlaeeta 8000gnalns
To amount received from It tell what fertilizer to how much when
State of Florida. Under this law the Compt. Sept. Redpt_________ 16.78 Miss Bettle Pherlg-o, expenses to 1S.OOEdward foeentUN* att ......." use, to apply. and many- -"'
assessor will have to determine for To amount received from talcoll.tor < Key West -.- misery In five mlMitea. j. other TalaabU points on grove management.,, sI

the taxpayer what is the full cash To amount poll.received ISIS from____._tax__ 1900 West .Newton_expenses to Key,-- IB..00W..t Send for copy and ..110'fv. .our leaflet Acid Soils. and,'Lime .
VI his In the business l- C. N. Carnes. expenses: to Key Time lit In tire minutes an stomach
I value of "property. collector tuxes ____.n. _.- 762.85 .__ 16.00 Its Parma and Effects.: :
districts of the larger cities --- to distress will go. No IndlKeation. '
I Miss Fleda Doollttle. expenses
throughout the country property is By paid warrants as per list 8..U8.44&90.61 Key West 16.00 heartburn, aoomeM or belching of WILSON &: TOOMER FERTILIZER COel''
sold by the front foot, but only in Miss Vera Harg-rave, expenses to gas, add or eruetatlona of oncUceatedfood -
I the business districts. These valuesdo Balance _____SZ.S06.9I 1 Key West -to 16.00 no dl'oI.: .... tslsatlaR, toW Manufacturer of Jdeal F,rtillx.rSj ,
Miss Cora U Maine, expenses"
$.b-.eb..1 D1.4r1et IV.. 1. breath or needaafce.Pane's .
Include in the 16.00
anything '
not West
To balance I
from la.t r..port.U.4U.18 FLA. .
the building which is Miss Cecelia Overstreet. expensesto : Dlapepsln la noted for Its ,
inside of personal To amount received from t., ,
_______ ______ lf-09 '
I I property and should be worn Compt. Sept. Redpt. 4.88 Key n peed ln\ regulating upset stomachs.It .
To amount received ;; m--t x Miss Justlna Sattord. expensesto is the surest quickest stomach remedy
to 1&.00>
to. Whether a taxpayer swears Key West --- ; ,-,
collector taxes _._... 121.81 .,
. the value of Ms personal property or -- *- Miss Emma Kutch expense to in the whole world and beaJdes It
;": ____ 11.00
Key West __- la harmless. Put an end to stomach
. y. not, he is, liable to, have his figures 1,670.61 WoolrldsT >
Miss Cleo expensesto
chanced! by-'the tax assessor, however By paid warrants! as per lbt117.00 Key West ...-...*...,... 1B.C6; trouble forever by getting a large .
: .vfrt.{;\ divergent his .views may be. Balance .___._______.......l,4EI.6t Miss CI...... Stute. .expenses,. _ ,toKey 1.00 nrty-cent' case of_ Pape's Dlapepslnfrom f '... ..
'. West *- ? ? <-J j any drug .tore. You realize in
8.b-BebeI.I>ta rlet Net 9.
I, $, In Florida, where property has not ;]Mis Harriett Wilcox, expenses'Key ." .
. To balance from last report. 1ZO.OTTo _____. l ..0aMiss fire minutes bow noodles It la to suffer
less of a fixed West ---
arrived at more or
yet amount received from talcolle.tor <
value the path of the tax assessor taxes _n_______ 21.61 Key M.West C. Bryan-, ,expenses-. to I00 stomach from Indigestion disorder. Its dyspepsia the quickest or any, O VX OF A. 11

under this new law, will be a hard Miss Albina Smith expenses to .
141 61By 15. .urestrand most harmless stomach: .
to Key West ,
warrants! as per list-- _ 1600 doctor In the world.
one.In Miss Clara Ledbetter. expensesto
to the tax-
order to do justice 1&.00
he will have to be a man who Balance _h _. unn_h_* 126.61MahSehBol Key L West.."._-. wo d school----
payer F re d M r uR p
fs acquainted with the cash value of balance from last Ittmtrlrt report--8. No. ILTo 681 67To No. 4 :::_ __.:_: :__:::::: 1.25

every Many kind men of would property be proud in his to county.possess amount taxes received uu from.___taxcollector n_ 266 South W.No.1 B Fla.Lank__ Lumber_ford_ --_,___labor__Co._ -._school__sup-___. 1.60 Cheep up Honey an' doan you fret I IThar'e

Some men are piles _______ _________ 10.00 .IUD
this knowledge. nnn
684 21Hv '
wood ____ ___ 6.00 mighty good times coidin' yet. I
L nn DauHTherty. n .
particularly fitted to absorb knowl- paid warrants as per list.- 74 40 > .
Klnslmmee. U plant, suppiles -
edge of this character, others are not, Balance _* 6095P.r.CcbN1 __-UUh.nn. ____ ___- B'.7S I
think it is fair to com- Dlatricl Nw J. O Harvey, services school No. NSTHINJfHERE
and I do not 4.
2j ____ ___ _______ H."o Here Come
knowl- .
this - -
pel any hian. to possess To balance from last report91.204.96To W. BT aklnson ft'co. supplies6.60H They i ialM
received from tax
edge. What l is the full cash value ofa amount _____ eWltt Brown, services school !
piece of property! Land values In collector taxes n M-28 No. 1 -_______________ 120O
!M L Cox,labor school No. 21 _. .&/1
but 18
Florida, it is true, are going up, 1.218 Atlantic Coast Line freight____ 71.7 DJ
list 76 40
By paid warrants as per
what of the houses T New houses, as American Seating Co. supplies.109.50 I

a general rule are more valuable Valance91.178Sub.Nch.o1 L. A. Young. Sal. teacher schoolNo. 15c -LibbY'rves___ lOc
.____ 7000 -- '
than old houses, but houses age as l>l. rlc< No. H. 26. 2 monthan. \
Carson Farmer. Ins school No. SO 8.OO _u__ _
well 8 s other things. The assessor, To To balance amount from received last from report.8046 tax R. L. Starling services_---______ 18.10 3V4 Ibs. Hecker's Graham Flour_ 20c<< ..

... each year, it seems to me, will have collector taxes ____________n 4 60 Noah Bennett ....rvl..e.. 8. S. I>. I '1,. .
_ ___ ________ __ 2>.76American
to take into consideration the natural By paid warrants as per llet-_ 6.00 No.4. _Seating-- ._-Co.- suppliesand -- kyi'a Dress Pants from______$1.00 up

wear and tear which a house has to Balance ...' ________--__--I 3012 Trans. ______________r-i-- 26.3& Hecker's Cream Oatmeal, pkg___ 10c <
endure in a year's time, and each flu..."eboe.l. UlntrlrtTo N e. 6. Jack Simmons, labor school .

w- year he would have to change his fig balance from received last from report--taxcollector 7.01 W.2 _J._"Sears-, -expenses____. _--_-to-____Key--_ 6.00 3 cans string beans_n_--_ ___-- 26c I IS NO telling whcn.juit such a condition may coo-] ;

ures on the house and also on the To amount __. 2.82 West Incd____________ ____ 60.60 THERE ,
land as in a growing and prosperous -u---n Citizens Bank. Int. on No. 61!- President Suspenders u ________ 45c you. No man's position i i. absolutely secure ._, 1
community land values naturally 991By lI.'t;: -- ---- 40.00 *
rise. Property on the outskirts of a paid warrants an per list-- 6 00 Robert school No. 6 ,--____--____pupils__--_ 22.60 15c size Pork & Beans_ ___u__ lOc

resident section may possibly decrease Balance ____ _?.....-...t 4.931 Oeo. W. Overstreet.. EI<. to Key_ 1-lb. Brick Boneless Codfish__ lOc If you begin NOW to lay a little aside each week adversity <'c
erection LUPFER. West minus amount sale____ 6 60
the S. r.
to '
value owing
in It. County Treasurer. J. R. Smith Janitor school No. 1 40.00 will hold no terrors fet you for there will be mo. .dnJ'J ty. +1
of some factory or plant close to Wesley Harvey labor school No. 2 pkgs. Seeded Raisins________ 25 e
The assessor will have to take this lti, S S P. No. I_____________ 60.00 .
of S'.8SI.Il
Warrants In the sum h
into consideraten.! There are hun- were examined and canceled. In openi..slon Samuel. 16 Taltow_--____Janitor___--____schoolNo. ______ 20- 1-lb. box Fine Chocolate. ____ 'Alt c: THIS BANK will gladly accept your deposits. -; even if it's

dreds property of ways can be in, or which is, decreased the value orncreased. of 1970. 1972.follows 1974 Nos 197&, 1966.1986.1979. 19IIO.t 1968.1899.. Leila No. Marble.18 _----Sal.___.teacher-_--____school------ 40.00 Men's, Ladies' and Children's Hoe only a dollar at a timer and will pay you 4"'per' cent interest. osi
198S. 1984. 1986.
The assessor is expectedto 9NI. 11197.192. 1999. 2000. 2, S, 4. 6. 7. Leila Marhle. Sal. teacher school up
1994. 1998 No. 18, 8. S. 1>. No. I--------- &..008upervl.or your saving g
know all this. In the case of a *. 9. 10. 12. 14. 16. 16> 17 18. 19. 20 21.
the coming of a large 22. IS. 24 26, d, SS. 84, 85, S6. 87. 1797.187B. 2 pkgs. Cleaned Cura blOc;25c!
small town for school No. 4 having
1878. 1880. 189. 1902. 1909. 1940.
factory, with its accompanying payroll 1941 1941. 1948. 1944. 1946. 1946. 1947. moved away. the Board appointed J. A beautiful piece China lOc Married or single-family or ne family I yeei .w. Itt

will cause values to .rise. It IMS 1949.! 1950. 1961. 1962. 1968. .1964. as supervisor of said school. bank '
M. Bryant .anelf te start accMtt tight
or other the factory 1966. I960. 1967, 1968 1969. I960 1961. 3V4-lb. pulverized Sugarun_ 25c a new.
from tome cause 19(12( 1981. 19(4. 196*. 1882. 1888. 1886. Miss Maud Thomason having resigned
be compelled to move away from the 1887. ISgfc. 1990. 1991. 1992. 1992. 27. 28. as teacher of school No. S on account -
If such of her father' health Miss Ruth A few hundred bargainsjn Shoes.Taylor's.
t town, values would drop. a 1978 IS. 1989 1976. 1977. SS 1798. 1901.
movement should occur just after ISIS. 1914. 1. 29. u... H96. Clark was transfered to said school. .
and warrants appeared before the
Bills were approved H R Swabev
had been -at-
the assessor's books accepted Osceola County
Issued as follows: Board In behalf of the
by the County Commissionersor VV. .1. Bears .811600.'i' Exhibit: at the Orlando hair and requested -
the City Council, as the case W. C. Bass 400 the Board to donate fifteen dol
by Oeo. W. Overstreet -- 4.OO ,IW. tars (81600) for the purpose of having :
might be, the property of the tax- W. Chandler 20.00 : cuts of the Klsslmmee and St. : ',
payers would be subjected to a higher 8. L. Lupfer 41." I Cloud High schools placed In a book STATE BANK. OF .

valuation than it was worth.In R M. Evan. .-'____n n 200 OO which the committee was getting up. _
the cut- fine Almenla Leltnen.-------- 26.00 I The Board after considering the matter
wild lands
the case of Miss Clara Ledbetterr- I unanimously agreed to give the

ting of a canal, or evne'a ditch, the Miss,Gladys Short -.- amount requested. KISSIMMEE "
clearing of timber, or the erection ofa Miss Albina Smith- Superintendent Bears was Instructed
Miss Murtle Bobbltt 66.00 I In and for sub 'i
in the to the trustees
fluctuations write
dam, will cause Miss Francis Uangston________ take charge the
district No. 8 to "" upon
value of the property. The sensible Miss Majorle Anderson_______ 66.0O close of school of the wagon, which I. -
effect of the cutting! of a canal can Miss Harriett Wllcox- 66.00 now being used by Mr. Robert Padsrett j"

.be. very easily seen, but the Insensible Mrs Miss May 1/oulse Clayton Thoma.bn46.00__-_____.____ 66.00 In transporting pupils. 424. Broadway. Phone 250. Capital. $50.000.00 .... l'J.
effect, which may reach for hun Miss M. C. Bryan _____..________ 66.0O Miss Reynolds having resigned ... DELIVERY. $130.000.00
drede of distant from the-eanal, Miss Clara State ?_.-.-. 66.00 one of the teachers of school No. 16 on QUICK I; Surplus $30.000.00 Depositor's Security $ {, |
acre .
? Mis/ Emma Kutch 66.00 account, of health the Board accepted ,
cannot be"readily estimated except Miss Medora Ru.el ii------------ 60.0O her resignation. upon the recommendation !' . Officers aDd Director .". .

by drUnaireengineers.. The.over- Miss) Emma Towell-.,.______?.? 71.00Mis of the trustees and appointed V i'n ,'e ,'e3 -1CHICHESTER '''.y' ? "- ."
flooding of land and consequent failure Cecelia Overstreet -.-, EO.OO 1listrese term.Laura Lee for the remainderof "- .: ; CARSON.! Pre t je'MY LEA; ; via'Preat.
Miss Jnstlna BanTord ._.-.... 46.00 the 1 ,
of crops, which In a normal season Miss Cleo W 66.0O Major J. Lilly tah.s..ut' : r11iN '.. . oIY v, --MI
'in"e; :: : .' lbc. -
might. produce abundantly, would Miss Maud Thomason _.._ 40.00 the Board of : -+ .,,KATZ.'DQV ,. '00-" ,
naturally effect the full cash value'of fro O. P. Belknap .., ?_______ 40.00 course, and stated that the physical 1 >!
Miss Beast Lawton L --...----- 46.00Ira culture course will be placed In each ON ROMA THOMAS. AwisUnt t.Cashier ,- a
.., the land for a period) of.p6rhapa'one. 0. M. Folk ......j-' .,- 4'.04 day between the hour of ten and W aleee '. I IC
three yearIf: the assessoris. Mis* Ruth Clark -... ,... 4iOO twelve and eettuestMthe Board to : .J\ 'Iiii'. '
two or ?- M 11f ',J. \ .. .... 1, .. "" .+ ,r> "
iffIiI' .
to take these matters Mis* Lillian Ida -__v,______. 46.0O make an,aporoprlatoln of on* hundred s # 1' .'
expected Mis* Vera H.r..ray.1""!___?. 40.00 <$100.00) dollarr- which will p.rndi-all ' .rr a"l.y. 1 1' '.. "f"- : ; : ._.
be .
into consideration be should! som- Mrs.. Obed Mlt..I..j v jyW,.i_. ju40.OA the eohool children to t ..-.a4yaDta.. -

'thin--'". "--' andagricultural....z.. . a..I.w." ._ '!.* of the said :o.r.e. The-"Board after -- ;"S'w -' .
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F PACK> IlL, CHE 1 JIi'II'IJlE! ''VA'L-LEY"% : CAIETTE.. FRIDAY,. JANUARY :23, >J H' ., $'
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'Th Kissimmee : Gazette. bank was shown 1. Ithe 'renottts, .of . i .;

e Valley PROFESSIONALIN the officers- dividend i>I ,.three. per
" Nci.KJIISUUUCm. ,,tent, wad declared. ... > '

r r PUBLISHED EVER FRI Art.1""ICJO. .USEOJ..A COUNTY IN VAu. ..'T l SOTbI! ! I This' bank I It the'only National"bunk & lAxTRe-
'in the and has
"'r- county leapt JIUI8' THE '
a.Owner regular and healthy, .growth ,of ,
W a. HARRIS\ .. .One. I
: the town of St. Cloud.
: : .. r 0 Editor ,and Manager .
S. TRIPLE1.l -
J. .- -.... .7b. .thro.e . '. The officers elected for .the 'ensu ;
=- ,. '_ _-.11.8''" (ing year were: Arthur IE.'ponegani; '
IS RATES Ono ------ --
On SUBSCRIPTION oop,.. s4 ..month.,,._.__.;__.- ,., month. .... .?. ._.. ,40irr president' ; E. G. 'Ferris, vice-presi J. H. Brown's, Offering of the SouthV Big Favorites t ,
t -
snsss 1.---- !! "L.J : GOLFUNKSOrlando's dent; Wm. 11. -vice-president-;; D. .
C All eommunleatlona. except. from our authorised. correspondents.. must be I .,]{. Rice, vice- reaidenti) J. W. Squires,
,atgnedbr th...*wrlt.r. JR cashier.'and'S. Squire, treasurer.
.l.ct.d matter will not b. returned. unless _11.4| for_ '
Trio membership; of the board'of SAM PARK
at the Poitofflce; In Klsitmme : Florida:, aa s-4;; ';' mall mltt'-r.; directors was Increased from flve to

__. _ _. .. u -. } -- [ Golf Club PlaysHere seven, as' follow: Arthur E. Done.

I4'i' FRIDAY ]JANUARY '1914. gan, P. A. Van* -Afrncw, Emil l Graf. I

( ". -- -.- -. .- - -._- Wm. II. halt. E., U. Ferris, D.. L.
: - Next Weak Rice and J. W. Smith.MEN'S .


J that to have the right to vote at the coming THE COUUSK HERE .IS SAID TO '
1 Few of our people are aware
t : city election -their taxes must be paid by the second 'Saturday In February I HE THE JDQUAL .OF ANY IN PASTIME THEATER ON THURSDAY NIGHT JANUARY 29th
r but such is a and those who desire to exercise 'their franchisein I ,
iKlnRimmee during the next had better THE UNITED STATUS AND
naming the men who will govern year i
ret buoy on the route to the tax collector. COST LITTLE I\I( NEY. THE PRESENTATION OF .i

1\ It Is proverbial with people to put off to the last minute anything but SUNDAY AFTERNOONS AT- '

. the making of money and unless they are car Jul) many .,-awake too late TRACT LARGE CROWDS AND S

.. to be on the list of those entitled to vote. Kisaimmte in fortunate in having a HAVE SPLENDID MORAL The Spell of The' Southland"A
And in this connection let us again call to (their 'attention the fart that location for an ideal golf course bordering -

.1 poll taxes must be paid in person and not by proxy, which ia one of the best ) on tbe south limit of the city EFFECT.

laws ever placed on the statute book, for the worthy politician is prohibited I -an Easy distance for lovers of the Real Feature with the Dancing Marvels Sam and Edna
\ I from voting lot of worthless hoodlums that care as little for their I game. The muck soil on which the
The regular mens' last and Vaudeville De Luxe.
franchise as a sow doe for a hymn book except as a mean to procure a few course is laid out grows a splendid meeting

;' dollars'on election< day. turf, which can be: easily .and ..cheaply Sunday aftrernoon at the Pastime
The people of Kissimrnee owe it to themselves to elect only men to the | kept up. Nearly the whole course Theater was one of unusual interest.

:is offices of mayor, councilmen, clerk, treasurer and marhnal who are thoroughly |Ihas been mowed and the greens are Rabbi Simon the converted Jew, was PRICES : 25 35. 50
the In
"u qualified for the job, as this city has reached that proportion that in perfect condition. The majorityof principal speaker. a _

demands its affairs be governed by men posneHsed of great business ability golf courses in this country cost a and entertaining way he recited AND
j 1" the trying history of his people, and WILL BE ADMITTED FREE THURSDAY -
and force of character. deal of to keep It
great money up.
: in city's and tbow who fail to spoke of his own work in the Southin NIGHT when Accompanied by a Paid Admission. .
t The next year will be an epoch our history i is estimated by the members of the .
r qualify as electors will fail in their duty of ,coed citizenship. i committee that the Kissimmee golf the interest of the Jews.
The next meeting for will be
3 -00 ;i course, owing to the character of the men
r COLLECTING VITAL STATISTICS | soil and the turf be kept at held next Sunday afternoon at 3 THE SEASON'S REAL OFFERINGYou
All) THE STATE IN I can up ,, o'clock, and will be led by Rev. W. B.
I j a very low l'OMt. '
Witherspoon, of the
pastor Presbyterian
From January let, 1914, the active rcportiiiK of births and death ia l is fortunate in securingthe Church
I services A large number of
being undertaken in Ki limmee. This work was inaugurated and is being of O. H. George, the professional men are attending these "services, but All Know SAM of C, W. Park Dramatic Go Fame

,earned on by the State Board of Health with the co operation of the City I f I in charge. Mr. George there is room and a welcome for ,

Councils and physicians of the cities of Florida whose population is two holds the championship of the State many more. It is the intention of

thousand and over, and it will prove of more benefit to the state: at large :''of Minnesota, his record being madeon the officers to make these afternoon
than the much talked of State IIll1hwaynot that the slate highway would the course of the LaFayette Club, gatherings of more t.han'ordinary ADVANCE SALE TICKETS AT PALACE DRUG STORE

not be worth millions, but at present this seems impossible of accomplishment? of Minneapolis. He has already made moment, and every meeting is full of I
while the gathering of vital statistics is not only possible but IK already in the low core of :38 on the course interest.
here. 'fhi,' snore win proDauiy continue H"' I
operation.As ; un l ue.sciay night ol tats week a
this in the beginning of the work in Kinsimmei' it is hoped that every to be-the lecord of the Kissim- of organization
was perfected, BEHOLD
individual will feel that the carrying out of this. undertaking IK a vital part mee links for the rest of this winter, Clan which a permanent organization [ THECONQUERING those seen in any attraction that
and the next. costs you from $1 to $1.60, and the
work and it is. I
year's -- be made. This plan will be
\ Realizing that before the public will lake hold of any innovation and by Early: next. week I II,. K. Davidson, I' presented at the meeting next Sun- HEROIN vaudeville we can May without fear
failure it is that each the Orlando professional and nome of contradiction is the best ever -seen
their united sentiment make impossible, necessary day, where definite action will be
f' person knows wtoere and how he U to be benefited a brief outline of 'ibe value I members! of the Orlando Golf Club taken. It. is, therefore, hoped that in this city.

of vital statistic is given below. are expected here to play a tourna- I: every man who can possibly do HO The company has arranged for

Vital statistics furnishes an official death-rale for Kissimmev, and. in ment. We believe that Ku>rimmee will l he out as the movement is of THE PERSON OF SAM I'AKK advertising purposes to admit every

t ao furnishing 'official statement as to death-rate makes corrol..tltm of ran hold her own with them. | vital importance both to men individually WHO COMES TO DIXIE THEATER lady accompanied by a paid admix

t 4 local statements of healthful conditions or vice versa, possible. The following ladies are membersof und to the community. I II sion free on Thursday night.

I It furnishes data for outlining sanitary work and improvement* the club: Mrs. Gay Livingston, JANUARY 29. The prices for this attraction are

It gives warning of the presence and location of dangerous diKea v.-. mid Mrs H. W, Meiklejon. Mrs. J. D. I I very near the smallest thing about

1 in this way enables physicians to take the proper precautionsIt (Clark Mrs. H. Clay Stanford and i I HONOR ROLL OF The conquering hero theperson the show, 25! ::15] and 50, and we haveno
Miss Vivian Lee. These ladies comes in
reduce the likelihood of the commission>> of certain crimes. arc I doubt that you will all say that
, It furnishes legal proof of birth or dealh.In receiving instruction from Mr of Sam Park, who will bo at the Famous Sam and Edna Park are

I, reporting vital statistics, accuracy is of tame importance. The George; / and bid fair to Income enthusiastic OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL the Dixie Theater starting ThurNday,1 the best of entertainers you have

Registrator is dealing with matters of life and death just ax -urvlyas /golfers.It January 29, and heading a big all ever seen.Sam .
' the doctors The failure to a single death might leave is estimated that there are onemillion -
are. report grave : PBI.V has I here
, star company of fifteen people under een coming'
golfers in the United State. I
sanitary conditions anremedied; the failure to report a birth might cause and Canada. Each First Grade; A Ui\'ision-Edna Cayson the personal direction of that pioneer for .x-ars with the gr--pit < \V Turn
mortification in after life. And aside from this golfer cannot
,, endless trouble and before spend less than one hundred dollars Nellie Floyd, Edna Kritz, David producer, J. H. Brown, who has developed 'r.." atic umpei ;" and when we say
the figures will be published by the Census Bureau they must be 90' accurate- PI r"' ,
to the anmis >
| Cayson, Willie Joiner Curtis Sewell, and placed before the American nicnt-froine public f
lIere let it be noted that the furnishing .f these reports is part of the phy.ielan's u there year cannot on the be game.less than At a this hundred rate] Roscoe Tyner, I Dowling Graham, Elvin people a great number of our ,1 I it is like saying we have the I best,
business. Society grants a physician certain immunities and privileges I, I which have.
million dollars La Martin.B. well known stars, and we feel safe insayinlt' we
s, and in return for these he expects, and has a right to expect the doctor I the spent in playing golf Division-Melvin Johnson, Milton that this offering far surpasses -I I

to do all in his power to prevent: and control<< 1 disease, and to perpetuate the on This North American continent Bell, Arthur Flint Frankie Tyner, all his former efforts. W. H. Trimble, of Jamestown

? evidence of the life facts with which he is concerned. The reporting of estimate the does not take into account I Mary Coleman, Kimbrougth Oliver, Sam Park and Little Miss Edna North Dakota, is spending a few
i vital statistics U one certain method of aiding in thin, the most important I' amount of money investedin I Gilbert days in the city a guest at the
links, club houses balls, clubs, and Christine Ruth Starling, Florence are no newcomers to the people of Gray-
of all public work. all the I Ashton, Mabel Henderson. Kissimmee and their offerings have stone. Mr. Trimble! is making a tour

". + In conclusion, we hope that every i>ernon in Kinimmee will study this i the! golfer's paraphernalia existence. necessary The to I Second Grade A. Division- Alice always been up to time in every particular of this section of Florida, and expectsto

I matter and co-operate in thi) work. It means a great deal for our financial I I able to draw Flotldaclimate golf'I Huzza, Janet Graves. Carriebell Han- and UH the old saying/ they visit Tampa, St. Petersburg andother "

as well as physical welfare., Accurate compliance means the enhancementof era from, all of the UnitedStates ( sell, Miriun KinK, Ella Mae\ Owens?!: grow better with age. West 'oast points.Announcement.
values the Having of life and health and the bet of'
property proof and Canada. Hundreds uf Hazel Outlaw Madge Rivers, Ethel The company is presenting some ,

citizenship. them now go to the East Coast but Rodgers/ Olive l Rutherford Helen of the latest successes released for'

t the courses there have to be made on ': Schmidt, Isabel Tyner, Mae Winn, stock productions and we can safely

I 'the sand dunes of the coast at an Jlab..1Vit'dll>r, Eddie Bass, Fred I assure you that no plays ever seen
between Kist-imm. and St. Cloud on : Evans Clyde Davis, Eldridge llarri ., South will be presented during the
,, ; :
i ORANGE COUNTY the enormous' cost, and the upkeep i i. I
night of February :UOth for the
correspondingly high. Here on the Jimmie Holtzclaw Harry Outlaw '' two nights and matinee here. FOIlI! A YOU.
accommodation of people returning; Edgar Rogers, K. D. Thomas, Doyle On Thursday night the I
from the fair. I shores of Lake Sohopekaliga these difficulties company hereby announce myself as a can-
WILL THROW OPEN Messrs. I are not met with. All that I i Davis, Sam Downing. will present "The Spell of the South- didate for the office of Mayor of Kis-
Swabey and Thomas vis- '
II. Division-Bascomb Lane Henry land, a beautiful story of the simmee
iced Orlando has tobe done is to run a mower new subject, of course, to the
I on Tuesday January Sullivan, Julian Langford Paul Grub, South, and the portrayals the various action of the
the Democratic white
over natural turf and pri-
20th pay /some
ALL DOORS t managers, as representatives of Osceola\ County of the Exhibit fair j extra attention .to the greens, and In Thomas Quirk Jack Day, Delia Ledbetter. -,, characters are full equal to mary. II. R. MAY.LADIES' ,
OFJHE' I Eula Bowen, Lucille Griffin,
r l and received a hearty welcome from a few weeks you have a course that.,
'Pansy Outlaw, Ruth Herzburg, Vir-
Secretary O'Neal, of the Orlando compare with any of the expensive -
II ginia Fausler, Marie Ogram.
Northern links. The
ti Fair golfers
DURING'THE MIDWINTER FAIR Association. Mr. O'Neal is 1 Third Grade; "- Mildred Davis, Ruth
enthusiastic I who cannot play during the cold I
very greatly encouraged
Davis, Ruth Bowen, Ruth Hyde, Al-
::' the i weather up North and cannot afford
over bright prospects of the 'berta Sullivan, Cora Rutherford, I
i to California her
STSl go can come
; 1' SAY THEY ARE BIHLI>1N(; A coming exposition, while in IrO'Neal'R |I and play the whole winter at lit'l"' Sallie Ledbetter. Johnnie Bronson, I

i GREAT MID-WINTER EXPOSITION )- office, a delegation arrivedfrom I expense. I Xelma Bronson, Nora Lee Chauncy, j
Seminole county pn fair business. i Louise Rogers, Gladys; Calkins, Mary
The Kissimmee
.. FOR SOUTH club house shouldbe SUITS
They claim Seminole I
county the of Kritz, Margaret Winn, Katherine Mc-
means attracting numbersof
FLORIDA. will he well represented in the coming Kay, .Virginia I Dunn, Vivian Ford,
: people to this city, who otherwise
race, and as highly; encouraging Gordon Bullock John Lee Jr. Robert
t ,
would never to Florida all
I The people of Orange county are come at
reports from olusia
come county, Buckles Combs F. S. Ledbet-
bt showing: a geherous disposition in great dilligence and energy are necessary Claude McAllister Brown I
ter, Emory ,
fair matters. do not intend to | AT 25 Per
They Cent
?l, ,I'; compete in any county prize and at on the accounts part of Osceola concerning county.Flattering fair. BEGIN ORGANIZINGCLUB I Arthur Fourth Simpson Grade, A.Leo Division Swinger.-Kenneth DISCOUNTJust

t I the time offer inducement
same -
every matters are being received from St.
Bronson Lee Churchwell Eldred Flint
) ,
y ) -1 to the other counties to
assemble Cloud I
' daily. The committee from St. NEXT WEEKMISS Leah Herzberg, Lewis Hirtzel, Vera
a' 1 the best possible exhibit. NoeJ Cloud
Board of Trade and the Ladies'Improvement
Johnson, George Reaves, Etta May -- ----- --
-- -
+. try fee is required for any exhibit! have -- -- -- ---
Society taken a I> Suhl, Thelma Sutton.B. .
except a minor "ne for poultry and
every assurance I Division-Archie Bass, Oscar Cal-
< feed for all live rtark is provided free
< making a creditable representative SUCCESS IN HER kins, Horace Dann, Frank Reed, Will-
pgy' of charge. Capt. Allen who is in .
display. The fair fever is
j of the fair spreading WORK OF INSTRUCTINGGIRLS I iam Bass, Ruth Ilirtzel, Velma Hudson -
Charge: buildings and and
good accounts come from other few left
Vera Gilbert, Lillie Rose Dann.
ground, has a supply of lumber on sections of the county. Whittier TO CAN TO- a
Fifth Grade, A. Division.-Willie
band and large force of
has been heard from, and the Hunter MATOES.
Bowen, Pansy Bowen, Carleon Bryan,
I ; his command has
: at and courteously! Land Company and the Southern I
:h offered to superintend the construction Harriet Buzza, Alma Cooper, Gladys
of all tables booths and stands Colonization Company have both signilied Howell, Frances Kritz Fred Howe,
their intention of ':! 9 eve Berta Bryan, who but
{ making
extensive Donald Wilcox.
'I required by exhibitors. Nothing exhibits from their prairie recently was appointed by the School B. McKay, Maurice Roberts Lu- We are going to close
bo left DI.islon-Dorothy ,
will undone
9 to make people holdings. Board as agent and instructor of the

+ ;;'. feel that each one has an equal personal Attention is again called to the I Girls' Canning Clubs in Osceola coun- cile Whidden, Mabel Ploetz, ElmoGrift'ln
I Weidler John Grahm
f ; interest in the success of the free storage facilities available at : ty, will begin active work next week, Irene Pittman., Wesley these out in the next few .
'.1all'1. as the following letter shows: Kissimmee for all perishable articles, and it is her intention to visit all the
Sixth Grade A. Division Alberta
i, .1 ."Office, Sub-Tropical Mid-Winter and intending exhibitors are earnestly schools and solicit the enrollment of 'X
1 Anderson Jessie Bowen, Minkie Gard-
I'' Fair girls as', well .those who have ,
requested to promptly make of .as
use Percie Oliver
'rMr. Orlandbh Fla., Jan. 19, 1914. the opportunity afforded ceased to be girls, as the work -is de- ner Mattie, Miriam Stanford Munger, Lucille, Downing,, days, beginningMONDAY

t signed to instruct women generally
Kissimmee, Florida: in the art of growing and canning Charlie Law.
) Dear Sir: "GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY:' I vegetables. B. Division-Harold Flint, Edwin

? 1 Replying& to your letter of the The first Sunday in February, To become an active member of Meyers, Bessie Frierson, Dorothy

17th, I beg to advise that wo will I which is the first day of the month, the club it is necessary for each girlto Wells, Margaret Lee.
is being designated "Go I Seventh Grade A..DI.lsion-Blanche JANUARY 19THuntil
to Church ,
be very glad indeed to make as cultivate one-tenth of ,
t Sunday, and an effort is Davis Norma Griffin, Allie May Cum- \
.+ { liberal premium as can be, consistent I forth being put principally of tomatoes, although a .
f with the rest of the to crowd the churches of Kis- mins, Grace Gilbert.
premium girl 4s privileged to grow any va-
simmee on that day. A card is B. DI.islon-Raymond Bearden,
/ list for the Shetland stallion riety of vegetable she desire.
1 circulated which reads follows may Stratton Story, Mabel Bowen, Irene
as :
and mares. We want to
encourage I Miss Bryan will devote her entire
,t' exhibits of this kind. "Go to Church Sunday. time for the next four months to this Reed. theyare

st 11.. Send \ I When ? The fist day of Feb Eigth Grade-Flora Weidler, Mary
c 1 on your alligators. I work, and will endeavor to get in
1 I "will make lace for them.Don"t I ruary. touch with school girl in the Howell. Ruth Howell, Christine Ivey,
afraid Wher: ? To the church of every Katherine Jackson, Margaret Stanford -
'i r i be to ask for any- choice. your county, but says it is a big: undertaking Be first and
Bert Wells, Gertrude McKay,
te i, sH thin.;/ We are building; a great Go and requests any who desire to I
try to get somebody else to Bradley Harris.
Mid-Winter Exposition for
South join the club and who she is unableto
Florida not for' Orange county. go.See that ;. visit can communicate with her at I High School. get the pick of these.

Orange,county takes a back seatwhen invited. every one is personally her home, corner Emmett street andClyde I' Ninth Grade--Mamie Witherspoon,
; we bid guests to come to I. avenue. Edna Calkins, Gladys Casler, Laura

::: 'see ns.:, W. give them the home. Crowd the churches that day." I Thomas.
S't' j .Trusting The slogan is for everybody to get Tenth Grade-Marie Boyd Parah
can bring
't : ; bogs; ponies you, horses and ,stock of, | Oil busy the and stir up everybody else and ST. CLOUD BANK Clark, Frank Calkins, Maurine Dann, --. -- ._ ---- ---_ .
&j churches
; I;. kind-1 am, to overflowing on Celeste Moseley, Orpha Rose.
the day designated. Eleventh Grade-Maud! Alice Wag-
Very. truly yours, ELECTS OFFICERS
ro"'I.iia W R. O'NEAL
1 LIBRARY NOTES. ner.Twelfth Grade-Nellie Calkins.

a .::' \'. ,0"Friday- ,' February 20th Secretary, which, will are New: Concert books in Pitch Kissimmee, Germany Library and Eleanor Moseley, Alice Stute, HaroldBuaZL H. C. STANFORD CO

b'Pr.nDa and also the date ont the Germans, Golden Gates, The Hap- HON. ARTHUR E. DONEGAN 'REELECTED -

which: ,the public school spellnig contest py Warrior'Lapse of Enoch Went- :: TO TilE POSITIONOF ,. A. E. Thomas secretary of the

if." will be held, has been selected as worth Mating of Lydia Port of Ad- PRESIDENT. committee'that has in charge the

) : w!"Osceola County; Day.t and it is con- venture, Polly of of Osceola
,; Lady Gay Cottage I making: of a display coun-
.ddently predicted that these combined Princess ancLOie Goblin Princess the Mid Winter Fairto ,
r and The stockholders of the Flnt National ty's products KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
.attrsctions'will draw a large concourse Curdie Pippin. The. Reef, T. Tern- Bank of St. Cloud held their be held at Orlando February 17-21. ,
; of peeple >to the fair from our baron. annual meeting at that bank yester- spent Tuesday In that city looking

Mm* couatit. ; ,I. 'e *<* that i. Non-residents caR take', out books daTe .. . 'after, the space our county is to occupy
I t t t iervice: "will. I"be provided ''at five cents, each. "' : The prosperoua'condition of "thez In the main building; .

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'FRIDAY, >> ,D. JANUARY Z3, '\14, \ .THE' K4A6JMMEE, ,v'.U'taTZET.T.i:. ._ ,. rt ,..; PA'GE'.7'. .'

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THE >USSUlfilftE: !:VALLET'CAZETTE. *''|The86iillft Florida Lumber Cpany ,' H.''E.: Swabey 'spent yesterday at A portion of", the Osceoja exhibit -.0 ,4 'II"""' '...,

TelephonS No. 11. la erecting a five-room bun ga.- St. Cloud looking .after the: interest for the, coming;.Mid-Winter? Fair. .In
" ,low on th Cape'Breete addition., of the, exhibit this county will, make be t :
4I., ., : prlando can seen Jh the window : : \ '
at theiMid-Winter Fair-to'be held of ,the Duttori-Marrit DIXIE THEATRESPECIAL : :
at 'OOmp It
,t. 0' :' B.:, C.' button,. Lakeland; i* in Orlando February, 17-21.: conslita tot the golden i.slipper ny which; :
. Published:*'EveryFrida >:BjrW. .town assisting his partner In. (he ; .
u .'M. HAKKIS.' 0' shoe sale at .the ,Dutton-Harns r Co.- S..,S J< .Griffin: of; Orlando, and' J.-C., are supposed,, J to throb: the, goldenstairs. -'

.' .. Miss Mattie ,Bandy. went,to 'Bartow" down Palmer, of Windermere,: motored. Tindall a ; : ATTRACTION_
i7'J from Orlando Wednesday and M, D. 'Ii prominent fruit: ,.
last Friday i to attend the funeral ofMr.Swinson spent a few hours looking a\er' bus, grower ,of, the ,A bton neighborhood,
;'a*.relative of the family iness matters, in this i ,' "
'I city, was in KisslmtQee Saturday.

i I Weather;; Report ,* A. N* Eckhardtnof Toronto, Cana Mrs'E. Dale and Mn..G: J"P Lth." land TIndall slated :that. a- great deal of OWEne On1DNESDAYP JANUARY( 28 ,.
I' was being cleared In hi. ffS
)r da, I. at the Graystone for an indeft.nite er'and child returned to the city Tues.. neighborhood '
t'f' atay; with" his-. friend, H, A. Hun day' after a' most pleasant 'visit with citrus which: would' be. planted to : x
fruit this .
' ter. f ft l spring.E.
J lloWincantbe&&Ul , Will Dale and family at Miami, and

,ft peratures and precipitation$ '| ; Mrs J. W. Miller left/Tuesday for state they,had a most enjoyable time. G. .Tarter' "of ,New Orleans.

< reported by the'Government ; ; 'a three weeks' stay with her daughter . :J, 'M. Willson, Jr., and wife, and reached the -ity Monday and U ao

"i- ;,,.station at Kissimmee for the Mrs. J. K. Braden Geo. F. Parker, left Monday to at impressed section ,offers with in the the advantages of health this

,f week ending Jan. 23, 1914. JMax. town. tend which the grand lodge of Masons, and business opportunities way that he
Twin Rain Pat Johnston, Joe Johnston and< Tuesday for a three day session.
q George Donegan left Thursday for a lie is making his headquarters at the PHOTO' '
Friday ___.__ 75 48 ... tour of the southern part of the, Miss Nellie, the little daughter of Manhattan.The ; Id E' IA' t 11

Saturday _.,- 76 63 ... county. Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Floyd, entertained I a pRp
'; .__ 71 48 a host of her friends aft- Embroidery Circle met at Mrs.
.1 : Sunday c. Friday H. M. VI14U
0'f' Pfann'i
J. J. Hall, who was bookkeeper for on Tuesday
__ 73 44 .. ernoon of last week in honor of her f
J Monday afternoon.
.. h. the Kissimmee Auto Company, has I seventh ; thirty were
birthday from 3 to 4 o'clock.
t R. D. present and a time
| accepted a position. with very enjoyable
Waring. Married at. Southport, on Sunday resulted. Next Tuesday the Circle l
@uesdayn---7659---1 last at the home of the bride's will meet at Mrs. W. A. McCool's
I parents
': I Mrs E. S. Beeland returned home Louis Elmer Durham and Miss residence
\ Monday to take up her duties at the
Lillian Hansel
OUoooo oooo o. ), both of Kissimmee.
lion. W. B. Crawford of Kisaim-
office of the Kissimmee Telephone Pat Johnson ,
performed the
cere- mee, spent in the
4 Company.The yesterday: city on
4r-a'4 111111 nil 11 mill mony. business. Friends down this way
Citizens Bank took advantageof I Geo. .... Parker is spending several are always glad to cross palms
the legal holiday on Monday to days in Jacksonville this week with Bill and swap a joke' of tWo.
yf' s-LTHE; LOCAL FIELD. have the ceiling and walls of the bank delegate representing the Masonic as Nothing more since Januaryone.-

- renovated.An lodge of this place, at the Grand Tampa Tribune.
which is in session
unusually large audience wit- Lode, there this Miss Mary Phillips, who came .
0/;' "*-MI nun M' iiiniiiiiii" I nessed Capt. Jack Bonavita's picture here some weeks ago with her uncle, '

W. H. Brokaw, with Griffing Broth- "In" the Sultan's Power" at the Dixie See Dr. Davis for imperfect vision T. J. Cootey, from Jeffernonvllle, Ind..
last night. underwent a surgical Matinee 3 P. M. Night 7 ,P. M.
; ers, the tree people. 40-tf I eye strain or headache at hishome operation yesterday !

j Judge Thornton, and family, of office Park Hotel, Kiosimmfre, which was performed by Dr. -- -- ,-- . .
discount ladies' '
suits and is .
U.Vr on at ) Hyatt, jetting along as nicelyas - -- ---
he will test free and sell
j Maysville, 0., has rented house eyes
:Stanford's. .-2t I a on could be expected.
I j Mabbettc\\ street, and i is spending the glasses for couple weeks. Prices Prices ,. -
W. A. Smith returned from a trip winter 'here.C. reasonable. 5-lt John F. Smith and wife and :

to Lakeland on Tuesday. I C. Boykin and Miss Sallie Carl- 1 i Mr. Nelson, who is building the Gustavus A. Rowe and wife, of Salisbury -

Go to Stanford's for bargains inladies' ton, guests of the Manhattan, were new Club House on the Lake Shore, Mass., who are spending the Children We Adults 20c
Suits. I married by Judge T. M. Murphy on I reports that the work on the building winter in Kisbimmee, were pleasant
Wednesday.The is getting on well. The roof is callers at this office yesterday, and
Mrs. Goodson, of Campbell Station on and next week he expects to begin expressed! ,themselves as delightedwith
visited the city Tuesday.Go plastering. our climate and our people.Mr. .
Fire Sale at The Woman'sShop -- --- - ------'- ---- --- r Ji

to Stanford's for bargains in : on Stewart avenue, began Wed I, C. B. Rountree, representing the S. B. Parker, brother of Geo.F. charge of the railroad construction attended the social at' St. Cloud onr ;
Ladies' Suits. i nesday, and will continue until all Scenic Film Company, Of Atlanta, is Parker, wife andon\ Malcolm of from Whittier to Bassenger, arrived I Friday evening last, were: Misses N/f
i iI I goods are sold. 5-lt I in the city making arrangements for Waycross, Ga., spent several days from Whittier on Thursday. Mr. Ruse and Marie O'Berry. Miss Zelm
W. B. Crawford went to Tampa'Monday I Armstrong is leaving for St .Augus- Johnson, Miss Leona Rober Miss
E. W. Myers, of St. Joseph, Mo., I the taking of pictures to be included here last week visiting Mr. Parker. on
on a business trip. who tract of land at Kissim- in a film entitled "Scenes In Southern They returned home Saturday after- tine and will return with a locomo- Ruby Prevail, Alls) Alice ,Jackson..
a Cities." tive to be used on the construction Miss Myrtls Langston, Miss BlancheIngram \ }
25'/f discount. on ladies' suits 4-2t atSUnford's. grapefruit mee Park, preparing to put out a I I noon.with Kissimmee They were and very this much section.W. pleased. work.A. and Mrs. Lula Ingram, chaperone -

I Ol.lawaha Nurseries at Tangerine, "

P. A. Vans Agnew returned from I W. B. Morgan, of Louisville, Ky., I Florida, for genuine Carney Parson II. Burkam, contractor and W. Lowe, of Bethany, Ohio, who
Ffllsmcre Tuesday morning. reached the city Wednesday for a few Brown orange trees, Early Conner builder, who was here about a year has spent the past ten days at Nar- M. Tiller went up to Orlando last ++
days' stay with his old-time friend, Seedless orange trees. Oklawaha ago, has recently built two new coossee, left Monday for home, after I Saturday and brought home his
!Mr. Sears and family are spending H. C Stanford. Nurseries, Tangerine, Kla) Write houses Mr. Burkham is of the opinion purchasing the Montsdoca propertyat daughter, Miss Virginia who has
t the winter at Kissimmee Park. for catalog. 2-4t that if the city would extend its that place. Mr. Lowe will return been confined in the hospital In that, f

Arthur Green ,representing the Miss Cornelia sewerage and electric light systems, here to remain permanently as soon city for several weeks as the result:,
W P Underhill, of Bassenirer, was Antietam Paper Co., of Hagerstown, this city, spent Morrison Thursday, formerlyof and Friday more people would come here and in as he can close up his business in the I of an operation for appendicitisMiss Y

in town Monday- and Tuesday.- Md., was in the city Wednesday call- at i,I<*s. L. H. Ingram's resi- vest. Buckeye State. Virginia's many friends will be a

!Mrs Knge, of Kissimmee Park, ing on the trade. dence. Miss Morrison returns on glad to know she is now fully re-
Mrs. L. A. Hamilton entertainedMrs. k .
Mr. covered.
and Mrs. ,
Virden C. Peken-
visited Jacksonville last week. Mr. Justice Latchford, who has I Saturday to Boston, where she is taking paugh and little daughter, of Omaha, Gay Livingston, Mrs. J. D.
about two weeks, returned to hisC art lessons. Clarke Mrs. S. H. Mrs. H.
Attorney G. P. Garret was in I Neb., arrived in the city Wednesdayand Bullock
Tampa Monday on legal business JyjgnBtavjnc at the <5 fn Mrs. Cyrus Howey, of the Red will spend a few weeks lookingover Clay Stanford, Mrs. Margaret Dickinson I LOST-Kentucky-raised mare, sorrel
SA Farm this section. They touring Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Meiklejonand
'I Wing Poultry at Orange Cen- are about
with "biased" face
I". A. Vans Agnew made a business; ter, accompanied by Mrs. John Gott.- the State in their automobile, which Sir William Mulock at tea, at ; c
I trip to Lakeland on Wednesday ,/ If chling, spent Monday shopping in this was shipped to Jacksonville from her bungalow on the Lake Shore, on 900 Ibs.; branded with "T" strayed '
I Omaha.C. Wednesday afternoon. from Hopkin's range, Oceol,
f city, and made the Gazette office .
Rare bargains at the Fire Sale a r .. ...0O i, appreciated call. an county Advise J .R. Donnegan,
The Woman's !shop\ on Stewart avenue :00000000 H. Armstrong, engineer in The young ladies of this city who Melbourne, Fla. Reward. 6-2V

6-1 'WEEUJT: :' Mr. and Mrs. Andre Van der Mersch, .

Mass Katherine Peacock, of Lak + who were expected to arrive here on I
.; '('ity, ill visiting Mrs. Henry Ault HIDES h .' Thursday ,will not arrive until Sun iti'tsftYlitilili1i1i1i1' $1i1 1Y'1i1i1y1i1yli1i1i1i1ilillr 1i1$1i1$ $ ) y1$$$$ ;.
afternoon. Mr.
day Van der Mersch
man. f FURS, expects to build a bungalow on the j' Hi ,

The time for the ''lecture of li, 0 Lake Shore addition. I HiHi {
:Stuart is 10 o'clock. Remember th< 0 0 WOOL, "!
Rev. Chmholm will preach Sunday 1 140ff !
HOUR. 4 0. i, -
0 4 e morning at the Christian Church on 4OffFjrsf AnnualClearance
"Mexico and Her Present Crisis."
Mr. W. B. Morgan, of LouisvilleKy. 0 AND "
., is spending a few days in th ., + Mr. Chisholm will speak at night on ,
city. the "Divine Creed." An invitation HiHi ,
ALL Date
: : extended to all. ,
Mrs.: C. E. Denig, of Narcoossee I !fi"i
was shopping among our stores Sat COUNTRY C. D. Carroll, the Narcoqssee tur.
.J; + pentane operator, was In the city Saturday
,, PRODUCE! and made the statement that JAN. 21 211;

A very well attended dance wahold > his little city was gaining ip popula- : ; :
on Wednesday night at Stein'; t. ...,' tion at a greater rate than any other I i :8ale'E
.. .
Dunce;; Hall. f o nx i g en rou te o arco neeee. place in these parts. :' : y9 LC

Mrs J. A. Williams, of Orange' I In order to participate in the city The regular entertainment of the I DOORS OPEN 8 A..M. 8 A. M.i+

Center, spent last Saturday shoppingin I election all poll taxes for the two' Chapter House will occur ,as usual,
Kissimmee. years just past must be paid on or
on Tuesday night. The hostesses I
before Saturday, February 14th. this time Mrs. H. M. Pfann and CASH
are: II
Sheriff L. H. Ingram attended the | TERMS STRICTLY
Mrs. T. W. Ellis. A fine 'i
very pro-
meeting of Sheriffs held at Jackson- Victor II. Edwards and Miss AliceN. is .
ville this week. Dale, both prominent young so gram ti"I
ciety people of St. Cloud, were married B. Adams and J. W. Bailes, late 4'
x I WISH TO THANK the of Kissimmee x
house Mrs. H. ,C.Mrs.Stanford Morris has Dickinson as her, in that city on Saturday last.J. of Jacksonville, have accepted positions WE people

of DeLand.guest J. Whidden, one of Polk county's the Valley in the Gazette mechanical, the department former as of ffi and nearby towns for their liberal patronage in !jfijjj j

Goods at a sacrifice at the prominent cattlemen, wa shere Mon- operator? and the latter as foremanof
Fire Sale going at The Woman's Shop on day to superintend the shipping of the job department.For this, our first year in business, and solicit the continuance -
three cars of fat beeves to Tampa.For .
Stewart, avenue. 5-lt rent, suite of six rooms and I i of same. We have decided to hold this FIRST !x
Jack Whidden, of Cabbage Bluff, Sale--Ten acres high and dry: bath over Dann & Dann Grocery

Polk county, was in town Thursday fair house, fine young grove just com- store. All outside rooms, newly cal- ANNUAL SALE to give our customers good clean 'and lID
transacting business. ing into bearing. $1,000, time on ,\omined. Splendid location for I HiHi ,
.. part. Owner, Box 681, Kissimmee, boarding or rooming house. Applyto
J. A. Blackwell, manager of the Fla. 8 tf H. M. Breaker & Co. 4-t !Ii up-to-date FOOTWEAR a t greatly reduced prices. Ii! :

Ashton'' Turpentine, spent TuesdayI1
afternoon in town. A. N. Eckert, of Toronto, who recently Mrs. J. B. Westcott ,of St. Cloud, 4t
arrived here, is stopping at stopped at the Manhattan Wednesday HiHi
The Board of Trade meets in regular the Graystone. Mr. Eckert is de- Mrs. Westcott is doing splenI I 25% Off On All New Fall' Footwear 25(10 11; "'
session Monday night and a full lighted with the climate of Kissimmee. did work at St. Cloud in connection ,
attendance is requested.O. with the approaching MidWinterFair Hi ,

to be held in Orlando.W. Nothing Rescued. Every article In our store including shoes and hosiery at actual cost
C. McLean, a prominent turpen- Willis R. Munger head of the !R i
B. S. Trimble,
tine operator at Narcoossee, spent Munger Land Co., which a prominent
owns large
'A Wednesday in the city. Center tract of, land here surrounding few Orange this banker Minneapolis of ,Jamestown arrived Sunday, N. D.evening.Mr. and. 150 Pairs RED GOOSE School Shoes at Actual Cost
was a days
Mrs. Guy Gardner returned Wed- week. Trimble was one who enjoyed an ffiHi

nesday from a ten days' stay with I outing to with Sir William Mulock's Ii! 100 Pairs Ladle Pump and Oxford; end lot; sites Q !Ii' a
party Southport on Tuesday.
her uncle. at Orange Home.
Hale Mrs. Leper and her daughter, Mrs. K! 2 1-2 to 4; former price $3 ;fo $4; Thim Sale . sa7( !Ii
Mr. Parrish, of Clemons, Mich., is are expected this week from Jack Whidden, one of the leading ;
Birmingham, Ala., for an extended stockmen of the lower
putting at Kissimmee out a six-acre Park.S. grapefruitgrove visit with Mrs. J. A. Bandy and alley, is in the city this week.Kjseimmee Mr. J y 1-3 Off -- Warm Felt Home Slipper; color pink blue and red---1-3. Off a

family. Whidden states that his cattle are in'> t
B. Aultman expects to ship a better condition than they have beenat : ,r
carload of celery next Monday. He Miss Alice Jackson, of Vienna, Ga., this seasoi in several years. Tide Sale. Former Priee. This S.... Former Price.
is who has been spending several weeksin
busy planting potatoes. _
r 4 the city, the guest of Mrs. J. Z. Rev. Simon Labrockani or Rabbi Ii $ $6.50 $1.38 $%.SO !Ii

J. Wade Tucker returned home last Roberson, left for her home last Simon will speak at the Christian (13 $6.00 1.69 %.%S !Ii
Saturday from a brief business trip Sunday. Church ,next Tuesday night on his x ( 5.50 Price 1.50
through the North and West. conversion or "From the Synagogueto %.00 !Hi

Robert Alderman and son, DeWil- Calvary," at 7 o'clock. The pub- tf 3.75 5.00 1.32 1.75 Yi'
Dr. Fairbanks, brother of E. E. ton, of Bassenger, arrived in the city lic is invited to hear this message. 3.38 4.50 t.13 1.$0 tx
Fairbanks, of Kissimmee Park, is last for a few days' the i !Ii,
night stay C' ..
staying sometime at the Park. trip being made in DeWilton's IIup- The contractor began Saturday the : 2.63 350 nart.: a x1: 1
work of .75.
additional well
boring an at Jj
L. .C. of Winterhaven, who
Driggs, ..Ii
the water works plant which Is about z.zs 3.00 .SO .75 ;n:
lived here for passed
some years
through the city on Tuesday.A. The tower of the oil well is com- one hundred feet from the present Jj Ii 2.07 2.75 ,38 .50 !Hi
pleted. The machinery will be installed well. The contractor expects to .|. Rosenberg, proprietor of the as quickly as possible and complete the job in a week or two. HiHi ,

days Greater in New Jacksonville York Store this, spent week.a few about drilling ten is days.R. expected. to commence in ploughing Clarence with Bunnell his expects steam plow to begin at I !?aBassenger j Come early while sizes are good. Remember date and day. Sale begnstfed( Jan; 21 x: {

Lee Waldrop ,of Bessemer, Ala., is F. Waldrop, of Bessemer Ala., early in February. He IJ j Ii !Ii, :\
baa orders for about three hundred
here for the winter, stopping with J. .fslton JJ
one of our regular winter ,
acres, besides having two hundred
M. Gardner on Mabbette street. reached the city last week and is DUTTON-HARRIS CO. -
V and eighty acres of his own to plow j !IjAttentionJfc /
Miss Jessie Boston, who has been making his home with J. M. Gardneron ,
I' Mabbette street. called to the announcement !j
Mabbette -
quite ill at her home on
street, is now slowly recovering. in this issue of H. R. May for I; !x I 1-4 Off FOOT FITTERS 1-4 Off-'xr'-:' l'T':
Drs. Brashear and Brashear are in the office of mayor. Mr. May is one t J

I H. Clay Stanford," Frank Vans the city from Hutchinson, Kan., and of the representative citizens of Kisa I ,.
Agnew: and F. H. Jetklns returned ban opened office in the building one simmee, and for some years has been u j Ii ,KISSIMMEE. ,: FLORIDA :,$ : :
from bunt Tuesday. They report'block west of the Lake House for the superintendent of the Kissimmee #< "
4' good .ucees'a { practice of ostopathy. Lumber Co. I., Iifi.Yi! $Yi Yifi! Yt Yi Yifi! yl f.T1 Yi YiYi Yilili! Yili! yl l!fi Yi yl!it l_!yl!slit!it it!yf yf yl; },
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continued. Experiment. were. also .040N4)...9fN00fN410. I lof Kisslmmee, reports that Mr: J. B. No1'iCH! Of'MASTER'S SALE) r

FLORIDA'i conducted in anct'eotton took the place long occupied by ::'" "
com breedingand ;, CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR., Notice .tj h roby Srlvcn./ that Under'' ,
: with cowpeaaand beans Mr. A.. S. Nelson, superintendent.The and by virtue of a, flnal decree of toca.closure. ... ..., .
especially -
soy .
t..OO..O..O : school presented Mr. Nelson, Issuedout of and undci tBB.
good 'results being: obtained (our South. Central District1\ vice- seal of the Circuit Court of the Seventh

' with Iron and Brabham The Presbyterian society of St. Petersburg with beautiful' Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida. ;
: cowp ai.'In president), a Blblel In, and for Osoeola County, In Chaaoerv:
.i AGRICULTURAL, EXPERIMENT STATION OK FLORIDA' GAINES- .'entomology particular attention had an election of officers and passed an unanimous Sitting In a certain cause therein
j recently. An.up-to-date business' thanks and convnendation of his pending, wherein the City of KUslrarnee.

yiLLE. DEPARTMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF. TilE. ,, was given. to the us* of insecticides, man Mr... H._.ayward., Js the_ new work. ._- : Complainant Klorlda, a ,municipal and R. oorp raUon. la '
.. DrWarlnc Is Re-
"" UNIT'ERSITY'Oi "'THE,, :" STATE "OF"FLORIDA. : 'T such' as tcrude'"oft'And other; sprays.: president, ; Miss Sarah L. Phillips was GRACE A.'TOWNSEND.' aponden, /th. undersigned, u Special 'j

.. .. Director In the test of insecticides it was found re-elected secretary;. .MIss..Carrie. InUrlach. vJan.-20-m4.:',1 I Ijr Chancery will elL at ublla
By P. It. ROLFS, M. S.; Fry vice-president and treasurer ,' during the legal hours of Mle, si
.. that crude oil reduced and lime sulphur rl >>..fore the court house door In the City .
- '. Increased Miss Emily Knoener. They take the of Kleslmmee, In said Osoeola. County,
- --
( 1 ..' the size and earliness place of others, many of' whom, Oklawaha Nurseries 'have the only on Monday, the Ind day of March. A.' .
conditions for the infection'of fruits. of oranges. Some work was under- though competent, are now away at D. 114, the followingdescribed." land. ol 1
the staff
A number of changes on known early variety of Grapefruit, situate, lylnur and being In, Ovoeol .i i,
affected the work of the Florida May Work on this disease with the exception taken In Importing lady: beetles from school I, etc. Conner Prolific 'Get them from Ok- County and State of Florida.- :... )
Lot 1 and KM of Lot 1, Block Rob.,
One of the largest and most hustling ,
further work methods of Pacific coast and observations
44 Uon to some extent during the past of on on lawaha Nurseries, Tangerine Fla. art Dais's Addition
societies in the
Young People's +
+ )1 :rear; but provision was made for con- control: wan 'largely completed. On the distribution and injury from I State is in the Congregrtlonal Churchof Write for catalog. 2.4t10TH Term Dated KJsslmmee.of Male cash.Florida this 1Mb ;\

tinuing the experiments in progress gummosis, the object was the dis- thripa were mad? on the east coast Pomona. "The Palatka News" in day of January PAT A. D. 114. ,'d

s and thus to minimize the' usual effects covery of the causative organism of of the state. its last issue, tells of one of their 1' .- -' Special Master JOHNSTON In Chancery

the disease and the Many varieties of vegetables including frequent socials. There were about K ttV MABTKIfN! SALT!:: VANS AGNEW!: & CRAWFORD.
form of conditions -
1 ", it .f changes in personnel.. A. W. one sixtyrflve people present and after Attorney for Complainant:

Blair, chemist, resigned to take a portion I necessary for infection. Sucrose among others eggplants, pep- games and music made some hours Notice. In htjrobj,. given, that under 4.Ct:1:

with the New Jersey stations, attended the attempt to producethe pers, tomatoes, and sweet corn, were pass pleasantly, refreshments of hot l closure I land b> ,virtue limned of ''a float decree of fore NOTICE OF API'IKATIOIV TO APIT/T ;
out of and
.and H. S. Fawcett, plant pathologist, die-back disease in the greenhouse ,tested to determine their merits and chocolate and Cake! were served. i'Meal of the circuit Court of the under Seventh the KOR A CHANTER.t )

:s. work at the under controlled conditions of adaptability to the state. Much at- Little l boys will grow into large I Judicial! Circuit of the State of Florida To Whom' It Mar Vomrrrmt :
who resigned to take up ones. It seems( but a short while .I tin and for OKceoln County In Chancery Notice Is hereby !given by the under- ''
California station, was succeeded by hcuj., light, and< ,
"dlnK''h..reln the City of Klmilmmee, '
the Honorable Jame. W. Perkin.,
with this Judff
II. E. Stevens. nitro-genous co-operation department. the splendid Endeavor family at 1 Florida: a municipal corporation, Ise'umplainant. of the Circuit Court of the Seventh Juillclal -,
i miscellaneous! plant introductions in Eustis, was a long ways from being and H. r>. WarInK; IB Re, Circuit, of the State of Florida u I.

Satisfactory progress was made on secured. Studies of the gum forma- Seedy. of some of the more promisingcrops grown-up. But after some years |'Hiiondent Master. In Chancery the undersigned will sell an at Special publicouter :In and of for Oiiceola uI"9tti. on the InbT
day February A. D. at DeLand.
with the exception : \
all Adams fund projects away at school he has returned to \, during the legal hour or anlu
distributed Florida or wherever the said Court
I association with die-back were through the
I tion live in Eustis and bride i In-fore lie court house door In the
of the study of the pineapplewilt brought a City may be on said date for the Incorporation -
1 I I suspend.ed. that at least two enzyme are con- extension department. back with him. She was a very pop- I man Klsslmmen, In said ofIM Couch *'. not for profit, of a social club
which was temporarily Monday the Snd day A,
of the lacunae I The publications received from ular lady when' !Miss Josephcne 1 to bo named the HART MEMORIAL
:: of soils and fertilizers cerned in the development young situh 1 ,, tho following described land CHAPTER OP THE AMERICAN wOMAN'R -
The study of Tuccoa Ga. and the i lying and '
Vickey being In
this station during the social Oncoola LEAGUE tho puvpose of ,
and pockets. were as
year which
i in relation to the development and (gum events there and after the ar- | t'uuntand Htuto of Klorlda.MeKln IB to promote social Intercourse t.
Notable progress was made in the follows : Bulletins 107, StemendRot Southwest corner of Hlock 4of Its members, under a proposed Chart.r ,
rival in Ku make read-
of the tree was con tis. pleasant Robert Kflmrn
growth orange Addition Hun N JDO
) : which Is file In.
I tinued previously noted in the experimental plant-breeding project, and the work of Citrus Fruits (Phomopsis sp.) ; ing in that live paper, "The Lake- I ft 13 95 ft So. 160 ft W 1 95> ft the Clerk flow',of the on Circuit Court the office In aDd of

I<* as was again largely centered on the 108, Diseases of Citrus Fruits; and Region," of Enstis. Congratulationsare Terms of lair. cash. for Bald Osceola County.WITNESS .
-: orchard near Tavares on ati-d. Klsslmince Florida tills 12th the names of the said sutT-<<
:I u > |I hybridization of the Florida velvet the Annual Report for 1911. in order for Mr. and !Mrs. Carl I day of Januar, A. IX 1914 scribers this list day of December.
Lake Ilarrut and in soil tanks at i Ferran. PAT JOHNSTON.
," station. The study of the trees at bean and the Lyon velvet bean and The income of the station during the Over at the large colored school, |i| Special Master In Chancer.i A.'MRS D. 1912.CLAY JOHNSON
on the study of several segregated past fiscal year was as follows: Robert Hungerford, near Orlando, is for& CRAWFORD, MRS. PLUM K. WINN.MRS. .
addition Attorneys Cumplnlnnnt
the i 4-41
' the station was enlarged by W. J. 8TATLER CARR
4 trains/ found to possess unusual United States appropriation Hatch a very enthusiastic Endeavor society. I ]MRS J. M. LEE
t of four tanks. Chemical studies'were for in the state. Act $15,000. They observed the "week of prayer," MARY to:. AUIVTMAN,
made of the soil drainage/ water | promise and it proved a blending in the lives \OTleioF' APPLICATION 'OU TAX K C. BULLOCK.
fit __ One of these strains appeared fairly United States appropriation, Adams of the society members. We have ItKKI: I.>l Klt MF.4TION BT4 AM) ANNIE H CARSON
inthe no
and of parts of the trees growing BTR f.KMKIIAI.: STAT1JTMH OK 2-41
" tanks and the differences in the constant and produced a large quan- Act, $15,000.Farm Endeavor organizations in the white THIS ST \TF: OF 1'I.Out11)1.Nolico .

i. tity of seed earlier than the Florida products, $2,512.27. schools o fthis State, but the influenceof
rate and amount of leaching were determined work is felt in several i IB hereby given that M. I' OItIEtr OK PUBLICATION.IN .
velvet bean. The study of the inheritance Balance from previous year, $350.42. our places I Tlndall purchaser of Tax Certificate
for different fertilizers and where a good many Endeavors come, |I No. 970 dated the 7th day of June A : CIRCUIT COI'HT, flTATR OF FLOR
food elements. The amount of of characters and efforts to iso- Total, 3286269. as DeLand and Winter Park. l>, 1897 has filed said certificate In myoffice IDA. "I'\:: 'EaTH! JUDICIAL C1RCI -
plant late a smooth-podded race of beansof The Florida station is well organizedand The oldest daughter of Mr. S. Harrison and has made application for 'IT, OSCKOI.A COUNTY.IN .
potash lost by leaching was small tax deed to Issue accordance with : CIIA.VCKRV.Amilr .
continued. its various activities efficiently our State vice-president residing law
a nonshattering type were are Meetjer .10._ ._rle.lBat,
as compared with the ammonia, and A method of competitive plant- directed and managed. It is giving in Winter Park, has been ill sev- Said certificate embraces the following .... ...a.. I>. Jours, n.w.......
the amount of phosphoric acid foundin eral weeks but is recovering slowly. described property situated In Osceola II appearing by affidavit appendedto
ing was used with good results in much assistance to the specialized Sympathy should be here County, Klorlda. to-wit.: the bill filed l In the< abovestatedcause
the drainage water was extremely expressed Lot number Fourteen ((14)). Lot number that John P. Jones, the defendant
eliminating weak and undesirable industries of the state and has a loyal in behalf of many friends who know Fifteen (IB), and the South half therein named I. a nonresident of-
.mall. The effect of various fertilizer of Lot number Sixteen (IS) of the
'!.trains. In crossing corn the work following., and appreciate Mr. Harrison's inter- Florida Agricultural the State of Florida and Is resident of
combinations, particularly different I est in Florida Endeavor, shown last of Section Company's Subdivision United States, over the ace of twentyone -
Thirty-two ((821,
interfered with by ht'avyI It Is therefore ordered
j seriously years that
hinds of nitrogenous: substances on was I I spring at the State convention in the Township Twenty-five ((26)) South, said nonresident defendant be and he
both in health and disease, I rains during the past season. I < IT 'T'\ 'U\II'4'1''TII'\' '\. church of which he is the society president lots Range Thirty-one (11)) Kant The said IH hereby required to appear to the
oranges, i being assessed at the date of Issuance
bll1 I! of complaint filed In said
the white cause onor
The work on fly was restricted -
IN I 01 of said certificate In the
HT OK ('Ol'TJ1 )(":, name before the Snd
also Monday
day of February
was | 'TTK: OK 1'"'. "The St. Augustine Record" tells of Florida Home Plantation Company -
very closely to a study of conditions ""II)\ A. D Itl4. otherwise the allegations -
: In addition to the above work by of basket ball games recently played Unless said certificate shall be redeemed of said bill will be taken a. con
I controlling natural mortality according to law, tax dc l will Issue .
\ the'chemist, the plant physiologist I.t.te: of Jnhm Ktx-hrBdrrrrr. ttmfr-nlm when the State school deaf pupils thereon on the 30th day of Januarv. by said defendant.
I I and of the limitations of spread of fnmmtT. HT tae It Is further ordered that this order -
Jiidne of Maid were nearly always victorious. So A. D. 1914
and be ,
in the
d pursued studies greenhouse ( ...rt. published once a week for four
the woolly white fly (Aleyrodes how- far this season they have played Witness my hand and official II..ala consecutive weeks In the Klsslmrnee
Margaret .
laboratory, including the study of the Kochendrrfer teams ( Klsslmmee. City Florida
d I ardi), probably introduced from Cuba. has applied to this Court for Letters of match games against various (Sent)) this 31st day of December Valley In said a newspaper. published
raw materials and the changes they Administration with will\ annexed on in and out of St. Augustine, and A. D 1913. county and Stale.This
]It that the mortality the estate of John .. 20th December 11S.
was determined Kochenderfer diceased L. OVBR8TRKET,
undergo after they have been absorbed late of Bald County of scroll, won all but one. They are planning J. 1. OVERBJTREET.
; Circuit Court. Osce-
b' by the plant, and of the changesIn of the white fly during the period of These are. Therefore, '1:" cite and '01- for more successes in games with 2-St ola County Florida. (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court.
monlah all and singular : other ball I JhJAMES ]M. JOHNSTON.
thotlndri"l Almost
often reaches 50 cent players.
the tissues and cells resulting from development per i and cre-dltom of B..l td deceased l-i be deaf and blind every I LEWIS O'BIIYAN. Deputy Clerk.
and is sometimes even greater. Fran and appear before this Court on or before student in the Stat and placed before-MIU-..nle mt'n-1 it-i Solicitor for Complainant l-4t
various methods of feeding under different I II the 2ard day of February .\. 1>. school is an Endeaverer, so we surely ) a great number of our is lit
conditions. Studies were also the studies made it was clearly shown 114: and ale objection If they have! a right to feel their victories in wn stars, and we feel safe in which v
made in citrus groves in different that a fungus popularly known as i iI ha\e to the mrantlnK with will of annexed l>et on said Administration a' personal manner. hat this offering far sur- NOTICE OF SALE '

| white fly fringe fungus was the cause estate, otherwise the same will ho There has not been a Christiar II 1 his former efforts./ w.North. B Notice Is hereby given that the un
parts of the state. The work at Tavares .. I IJ dersigned, as GuardiAn of the per.on
said endeavor in
granted to Margaret Knchond rfcr society the First Con Park and Little Miss Edna
this natural mortality but that and estate of Olivine
r was seriously interfered with ;(tof or In same other fit person. pnrauns.Witne.s gregational Church of Tampa, for newcomers to the people of days IIIstone. j. minor will make application Zella Savage to the, a

e by a serious attack of die-back on the ; it was unable to produce a sufficient of the Counts my name aforesaid a. County this the Judge 23rd several years, but we are hoping thu ee and their offerings: have 1 Honorable T. M. Murphy. e to'tda :
) amount of mortality to make it useful' day of O.inuary A. D. 1914.Seal condition will not continue long. Tha een up to time in of this B| of Oaccola County Florida, In
of the orchard. every pared -
'j trees experimental d ,
: February 9th. A.
for combating the ( ) T M MURPHY. believer in our organization Rev l as the old to visit 14."f: .
In connection with further studies as an agent pest. County Judofc. Raying is they IX ) Ten o'clock A. M or a
A study of the woolly white fly showed ...... George Waldron, superintendent fo ter with age. < soon thereafter as said application can
"( of citrus diseases, an attempt was his church denomination in this State ompany i is presenting some be heard, for an order authorizing tbeunderslgned
that this insect is also heavily para- Oklawaha Nurseries home of Flor- has been active in WAr as guardian aforesaid, to
made to determine the amount of Tampa work test successes released for sell, or contract to sell at private sale
certain fertilizers required to sited, as high as 74 per cent of the ida's bes\ frui ttrees, easily reached recently, and last week, so says "The oductions and we can safelyou the following described land the property -

produce insects examined being killed in this from all parts of Orange, Lake, Sem- Tampa Times," Rev. Arthur Anderson that no plays ever seen of said minor. ,.dt'o"I: In said 0.-
certain supposed physiological inole OacecJa and Volusia counties ordained for active ceola County, :
1 was ministrj ill be presented during the
Lola I and E. Block 20 of S. F. R. Ce.
or malnutrition disorders, such as dieback way. by auto ova\ hard surfaced roads in that church. They are anxious to 'ts and matinee here. Survey obooI"orldo,1. Kisslmmee,
In the work on vegetable diseases most conveaie for all planters, andmost hold the Osoeola Which application
yellow spotting, and frenching.The get a strong on young people ursday night the 'company I here
considerable time was devoted to. the reliable l i Florida. Oklawaha of their and eurel will be based upon the petition -
studies on melanose, heretofore < 'membership, fit "The Spell of the South- didate foelmmee for such sale now on file In said
study of the cucumber disease affecting Nurseries, Tangerine.! Fla- Write for an Endeavor society would be one beautiful story of the newd !court.Klsslmmee.
considered a physiological disease, \ 2-4t Fla., Jan. S, 1(14.R .
f the leaves and causing the catalog. good way to succeed. the portrayals of the var- action o
gaveresults\ I indicating very strongly ."The Kissimmee Gazette,? in mentioning ) B. SAVAGE,
racters full
are equal to
fruit to become misshapen and to bo -- mary Guardian of Olivine Zella Savafe.
', that this is a pathological disease, and \ those chosen Its officers in the Vans Agnew ft Crawford -
) its further study was transferred to affected with more or less translu- Presbyterian: Church Sunday School r Attorneys for Petitioner.4t

cent spots. The results of the study
C the plant pathologist. The principal FarmsAt -
indicated that tae disease is due to an
work of the year consisted of studies
undesirable bacterium belonging
apparently -
on stem-end rot and gummosis of cit- I
to the genus Pseudomonas.A .
rus fruits. Climatic conditions were
4 bacterial disease of lettuce was also -
y unfavorable to the development I
? t item-end rot, and the data secured Owners
Important experiments were also
WUH consequently somewhat meager,
h w conducted with the Hatch fund. In
..r but it was shown quite conclusivelythat

the stem-end rot fungus (I'hom- j animal husbandry the station completed Prices GOOD HARDWARE

)"' t 'S; opsis citri) is to a considerable extent I the past year the comparisonof

ti dependent on 'the presence o fscale insects the development of native and )

as well as on favorable climatic grade stock begun in 1908. Originally;

five cows each were bred lo native :

.t ..--- - -. _- 1'' Hereford and Shorthorn bulls, and Have Them. FOR THAT HOME

"''Way. I. MMark like she aunt i the best two animals in each lot of

i the projeny selected at the end of
Want MoreI ,
11 he first year were entered 'rto a

I feeding test the past: season and their

I deferences in beef-producin I f

other characters .leterr-iined. the first of the month several of 4 I t/j.
1 ,Special stress was laid on capon J my Canadian (friends have arrived in

ui 'ments" with pigs in feeding variousI town. Others are in various parts of

home-grown products alone and in
I the State following out my suggestion -

i ., combination with milk and other Hub- to look around so that when they

stances. The dairy herd of the station
l \ reach Kissimmee they will be more

( was increased by four pure-bred easily convinced that hit is the place

heifers. Studies in n ilk production for them locate.I .
see I with the use largely of introduced and to The hardware is but a small item in the

native forage plants for feed were whole cost of building but there's whole

t ......._ ... < -. lie west ..N.a/ i also in progress., a a
i ,.. .I I I find that successful( managementof
arigas d. my :
k J l.xneriments: with plant introductions Erskme Heights Farm during the lot of difference between buying the bestbuilders'

) .
was continued and further promising
I past year and my activity on my own ,
results. recorded. Rhodes hardware for home and
: were
I I place almost adjoining has placed me your ,

: -u Our shop shines every day, grass (Chloris<; guyana) is considered a position to act as, a sensible ad- cheaper kind.
having the
: passed experimentalstage
Ii" to those contemplating taking
t Because we keep it dean.
and a Urge quantity of its
It We figure that's the only way feed is desired for needing in this fanning in this part of Florida. The difference ill cost between good and bad

e A meat shop should be seen. l I state. Yokohama velvet bean (Strdzofobium I -- ' dII locks for instance, is very small, but there'sa

banjo) was found to mature
I still anxious add great difference in satisfaction.
I its seed in about four months, a feel II am to to my Cheap

lure which list of desirable properties no matter goods are a continual of
l| makes itan important acquisition source worry and
; r We want trade ( ,
l your whether one acre or how big. As
: and adapts its growth asa (friends write I will annoyance, and it will pay you when figurlug
But this we know-.. i; second crop on land that has already my arrrve or me

produced some agricultural product be able to select'from a complete list on that home, to come here and get the

I during the year. The Chinese vel- just what they are looking for. best.'e are prepared to furnish the

We the foods must show. vet bean (StidzotoblUm sp.) proved
r very best in builders' hardware at prices
't Here the best you will find well" adapted to Florida conditions

Its seed matured about the middle of Let me have particulars of what land that you will find satisfactory.

So dean and tender; you know, October, and its range was found to you would sell and name your best

ci ,' : H And only the wholesome kind. extend much farther northward -than price and terms.'Alf. OSC HARDWARE[ CO.

t, that of the Florida velvet bean. It

pA J iH. ':.\ ""t'---" -,.-, hall Florida a farther velvet, bean advantage in. that over It, "ma the W.: LawBox KISSIMMEE. "TheFavorite Store" FLORIDA

:I ': ,BASS & BASS tures' its seed early enough to escape

( : : : : .MAR:
wf7'II Y
fthe !
1 ) ', .yo. /( Fla. ) 't
t + velvet bean throughoutthe. state was, ?"5.. .. ;
v ;NaJFY
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PINE LUMBERHOUSE STATE BOARD OF IIEAI-TU ASKS Farming; -- '- -_ ,J ,,f \J: ,I : "Grazing: '


IN COLLECTING VITAL. Trucking Timber, .

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" The test of public innovation LANDS

1' -.!! is: "Does it pay the State -does .it \ : " '" '

pay the community; does it pay the ,
tl 4 CARSON F'AR3aIER'I : / citizen?" It is the purpose of this I Have Them for Sale in Size I II
:: / article to show that the collection of Any Body ? ',_.
:ISTSVZANCZr: : ,, vital statistics the State, the
J community and the citizen.In I From Ten Acres to tone Hundred ; "
Successor to the Dozier Leitner Agency .
Brazil there are areas of land '.t, .
State Bank Building larger than any State In the Union,I Thousand Acres. ," '
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capable of the highest state of cultivation "
and which A Letter Addressed Me Will 1
: on practically to Bring a: ;
anything can be raised. uncultivatedand

., ::::::::m almost uninhabited, because of Full Description and Terms of Sale. '

the of disease. I city this
a RAYE' :' J'TE:: G.Ae.cEJTS: : ::: prevalence '
merely to prove that a state may '.
Railroad Ave.'and Dakon St.'Kuilmmee: Fla. have areas combining all the advan- '

of climate, rainfall, and soil "
tages D. 0 McKAY"
Now have ready for setting out: /1
.., and these not
Strawberry Plants Eggplant Plants .' yet areas are productive .
of wealth because of real
Cauiflower Bell Pepper Plants :
fanciod unhealthful conditions.If .
Tomato Plants '
: as is the case of our own State, FLORIDA
And will soon have celery and all kinds of vegetable plants misrepresentations of disease areas
that grow best in this country by 100 or 1000. e
f have been made, vital statistics fur- -
Enquire of NICK ROGERO.0, Supt.C. nishes the only method of successfully ,. cf

contradicting these misleading AUDUBON SOCIETY theatrical trust is so altruistic as to LADIES,' ATTENTIONI'! <
and damaging rumors. If it did perform these playa for the purpose of ,

nothing towards the material wel- OFFERS PRIZES educating the public? When they were Signs wanted worked' In 8Om'-l I;

A. CARSON, President N. C. BRYAN Secretary fare of Florida, other than furnish new they did attract interest and pretty design size about BedS
figures proving that our morbidity crowds. Now that they have got to inches, for the coming Exhibit 'of

and mortality rate is far below the TO HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS FOR b ethe fashion they are so common Osceola County's products, etc. Two
The Waters & Carson I prevalent idea among people who ESSAYS ON PREVENTION that the public is getting tired of them. with the word "Welcome" and one 1.

are not acquainted with the facts, it OF BIRDS. -Pittsburg Di.p.tch.IMMVNE each with the word "Prograss"V''. i iVI
would be worth millions of dollars. "
"Prosperity. Have the signs the,, +
But vital statistics does much more THEN. same on both sldss. Donot be back R

Grocery CompanyWholesale than this. It directs the energies of Rollins College, Winter Jan. Park 15, 1914.Fla., ,ward in coming forward.,

the Board of Health, by showing To the Principals of the Florida High "C"C. patient' have typhoid fever Communicate with >

where the weak places are-where i Schools: of twicer'a convaleioont asked the overly CleYeland.r anxious, wlf my. A. E. THOMAS, .
the supervision of the Board is most, The Florida Aodubon Society the Plain Dealer. Secretary and Manager. :
and Retail Dealers InGROCERIES needed to correct errors of sanita- offer the following prices: to be competed "Whr.; certainly." answered the .
for by the pupils of the high busy physician. here im nothing' to l ,Z
tion;. It "legalizes" the birth of evrey school of the State: prevent., or a Bay return--" of typhoid or pneumonia NOTICE TO- VOTERS., -

child in the State; it prevents to a 1. First prize, ten dollars in cash. ""But. she Interrupted "can nothing
far greater extent than a superficial 2. Second( prize, a copy of Frank be done to prevent a person. from The registration books for, Osceolst tl
\ -- / consideration of the subject would M. Chapman "Handbook of Birdsof having agalnr' County will open the first Monday In.
Eastern North America." ,"Why, certainly," repeated January and close the first Monday in
I seem to indicate, certain crimes; and medico. in whoae brlffht lexicon AID "
000 000000000000 0.00000 .000.. ,00./ Essays may be written on any one was one of the most useful phrases.. March, 1914. '
lastly, it puts Florida in line with of the following themes: "Well .then. How can a patient be I Books will be open Iri.aUprecincts. .
0 WE SELL: O e WE BUY: /I practically the whole United States, 1. The Economic Value of Birds to lure tha the will never catch typhoid I lit the eouaty. ?
Farmers and Fruit-Growers. fever a second timer'"He I c. WGIUP'FIN
O HAY, e I/ as well as the more enlightened
2. The Plumage Birds of Florida, can dle'the first time!" I Supervisor of
0 HIDES, d I European nations, who have recog- Including personal observations. 'RegistrationChoice !
FURS, 1 nized the tremendous importance, 3. The Native Song Birds of Florida ,
FERTILIZERS, i and are now rigidly enforcing the Including personal observations.!
e 0 WOOL, / accurate collection of such statistics.In 4. The History and Work of the of 5 Tourist Trains
e ;. 1O Audubon Societies of the United,
0 0 << / addition M the general :value of States. '
AND vital statistics, any town in which 5. Bird and Game Reservatoins of Nand Northwest:
0 o : they are- accurately collected Will the United States purpose; history, t\\
fauna, results with personally drawn
0. ORANGE,WRAPS, ALL find tha tthese statistics work out a a .
maps. '
0 VEGETABLE: CRATES o e COUNTRY solution of many vexing sanitaryproblems. The condition of the contest areas "Dixie flyer" "Seminole Limited \ .
In the of the follows
course year, : ,
CRATE NAILS O PRODUCE., .. the relative prevalence of diseases is senior l.i. Only or junior bona high fide schools students In Florida of- "Dixie Limited" "South Atlantic'' Limited" *
+ O ee to a large extent, forgotten, and '
. . ... ... ...... may compete. I
. . . -. .. a. e .o . o e oo also, physicians do not get togetherand 2. Essays must contain not less "Montgomery Route"At1antici5oast

ascertain the entire number of I than two thousands nor more than .
We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. cases of any particular disease.. four thousand words. /
We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. 3. Essays must be typewritten.
Vital statistics does this, and in
r Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. 4. Essays must be forwarded
We are county scents for good fertilizers. Ask us* fir circulars and doing, furnishes the local health de- through the principal of the school in I&ne
prices: on fertilisers. partment invaluable data. And in which the writer is a pupil, before

addition to this, our present day conception May 1, 1914, to Dr. W. F. Blackman, tt
President of the Audubon
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of community-life recognizesthe Society and of Rollins College, Win- Standard Railroad of the South

right of every inhabitant to ter Park, Fla.Information.
Pullman Jacksonville j
cars to Chicago St. Louis Cincinnati
know of the presence an dlocationof on the subjects men- ,
SOME SPLENDIDSUBURBAN certain diseases, which are knownto tioned the above following may be persons had by: addressing iate Louisville points.Indianapolis Cleveland Grand Rapids, and mtermecl. V

be communicable. Vital statis- 1. Mr. T. Gilbert Pearson, Secre- DINING AND OBSERVATION CARS
tics furnishes this information.The tary of the National Association of
collection of vital statistics Audubon Societies, 1974 Broadway, For tickets and information call on Atlantic Coast Line ticket ., '.. ,
HOMES New York City. agents, or '
the with ;
furnishes citizen
legal proofof 2. Dr. T. S. Palmer, Bureau of J. G. I"
citizenship. It is a lamentablefact Biological Survey, Washington, D. C. KIRKLAND Tampa Division Passenger Agent
'oJ that' even the proudest of our 3. Mrs. I. Vanderpool, Secretaryof Fla.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.
'" FOR SALEFive people cannot prove their descent for the Florida Audubon Society, "
Maitland, Fla.
more than tyro generations, while the: x9iYiViV ..
It is hoped that there may be a 1
acres adjoining two large lots fronting on a pretty street, just out- peasants of Europe can trace theirs I large number of competitors for './i.

side city limits where taxes are low. house fronts East on high grodnd, pretty for hundreds of years, and aside I these prizes; if not more than three RARE CHANCE IN SUBURBAN HOME .

view of surroundings, waterworks through house; yard full of shrubbery and from the aesthetic value it has to I essays are the submitted to the withdraw society they reserves -! As other interests prevent my living there I offer for'.sal.* my
fruit trees; five acres planted to Citrus fruits, with fine irrigating system every citizen a far-reaching material I offer. I i place! on Fish Lake, four and a half miles from Ktssimmee

through grove. An ideal place to live and raise a family, with free county value. Questions of inheritance are W. F. BLACKMAN, I I distant from SL Cloud. .

high school privileges, also church and every advantage of city life, and still I continually arising, the settlement of I President. This property comprises over 20 acre of goocfland.aDd17

enjoy the freedom of the country. which depends upon legal proof of 660 feet on the lake front. Excellent fishing. +
descent. In some foreign countries I, ENTERTAINMENT: IN PLAYS The land is half fruit and balance muck.. Ha house almost / '

This i is owned by a man living in Pennsylvania who will sell at a birth certificate is a sine qua non I new, story and a half 30x30 ft. Has water in. the house, two w ll*.
property and favorable terms of payment. in the transferrence of realty. A dramatic critic of the later day (one of these is flowing) of fine artesian water, good out-buildings, "
bargain'price on trance into, the public school En-I II was put into a quandary by being com- i barns and chicken runs. y r
::!. pelled to write a criticism of the revival i road and C.
of many places requires birth County A. L. Railroad run through south sad of lot
5-acre in neighborhoodthat
We also have two other improved tracts same of a comedy from the period I with station
ficates. Questions of age with reference I adjoining. Telephone service with Kusimmee and St.
are real bargains, want to gel in correspondence with you so we can tell to occupation, life insuran"e,1etc. I when the stage did not deal in commercial i Cloud. Title to property perfect.: Price very reasonable and terms
small where advantages
you all about these places. Can locate a colony here good ., frequently make' a birth certifi vice. The performance was I given if desired Apply to J. W. Prentis. Box 196 Kissimmee, FL.37tf.

.1. can be had. cate of grea lvalue, and last, bat not I I nearly forty years ago, without any I .. bty1

least in case of sudden death, a birth white slavery in it and no suggestion ; $1y1YfylYt $ lyt y111y1 y y"Oyt7ry1yly1 $ $1y1 1
truck farms in the Artesian belt Y
We have som large groves cattle farms certificate might be the only means of the social evil. -,-- .
with excellent flowing wells, and good improvements. Have a few places of giving a child an honorable iden- I, So the critic was forced to concludein I i

located here owned by Northern men who will sell on easy payment plan, can tity.' his notice that "i tis essentially a II r Y

fit you out ,with any sort of an inviting deal. Write us-tell us what you Appreciating these facts, the State thing of the footlights and is to be '

want. I Board of Health will spare no effortin judged primarily as enteertainment. I THE H. G. SIEVER / '
Thi sis true of "The Henrietta," and ,
making this work a success, and .
We have an opportunity to loan some of your surplus money with excel- to this end, it is urged upon all registrars when we consider the thing squarely
interest. IB it not true of all modern dramatic COMPANY'
lent security and get you good rate of I physicians, and the public REALTY,
renditions? There time when
was a -
,generally that accurate records be
Write and let tell of'this the ability of the common people to rear 1H THE TRUST : --- -, ; 4
Have a few good places rent. us us you i kept and that the perview of the
splendid country. Come down and eat Strawberry Short-cake and bask in undertaking be fully carried out get information, historical, social or 10,000 acre Stack Parr, a barxaJa if take* 7t'ass' ; s
the sunshine instead of wading mud and snow in the North. Come down and Its value cannot be questionedandwe literary, was so limited that the stag $5.00 per acret- '-:- -j. :,. -f.. -,.. .' .r _

grow cheap beef where you never have to feed your cattle but can grow them the vital statistical departmentof supplied it. The result was that the Prairie LaM, Ornate Crer**,'IHd Haowock:' Leads,',ThaW Li....,''i'' :

cheaper than any other place in the United States. Shall we hear from you> the State Board of Health and the Information was distinctly that which' Lads AD. Prlc.s ": .
the power ruling the stage wished giv- at aad .. Easy T.'L '
registrars, must use every means of '
en. As witness take Shakespeare's 2,000 acres Stock Read wffl n iaag. katf Inlss's
riving the people of Florida the -Richard III"Consider far 'etker' Mai ',estate '-,- -J- .!- -,- .t. ''''' "'\ R ,
NELSON REALTY CO. benefit t of such a momentous endeavor , .- li
even the problem plays as
." .. produced tonlay.: ., Are they not given OrangeGroves.all: sizes' and''pricd|j '

Rear of State Bank Kissimmee Fla. from &the idea of the management that a' e J'.1". y

I" The reason the ocean is M>> Baity is 'they will interest, and entertain> the KI5SIMMEE, \. .1'LOII8N. "'I \i;
. weauae there are so many -codfish, in it. I public f Does anyone,oppose. that tly 'r', S 5: .I, # : .';f.,.' r :.... )Y'
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&" -t" 'than any other bill passed in the last *he"omntenei; ;' with

: 'T\Lc.L1IYm 4Pbitdn.and'liurg.on }! Edmonds .Talks: on. Florida. quarter of a''e ntVr7. I'do not thWth ( SOCIAL' CENTER half, the persistencyv a 'creditor; OI>."".
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T .- *present measure 1 Ie at all perfect th! same mission.

Phen i' and Its Great Possibilities I think, it ha' some unwise features' HAS BECOME, ANESTABLISHED '

Office, 197KM. KisslmmeeFlorid but it i 1. such a good start'in the right '

248 ... direction.; that, I believe the whole. THICK GLOSSY JI.&m
; will it ,
country accept, fnd
: : lIMP80 EDITOR, Of modify it the 'necessity
'W frau.will a*
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'D I Hair ..
_. changes the-actua ,
j for- may 'appar.ln --'ea\ItJfu1-Qet\ a 25 eent bottle
11 DIN'EIP3Tiy _ :J. ","" working of the bilL MOVEMENT SPREADING FAST of Danderin"

Upstair in Kat B Udlor. "I,-think that a* soon as the cur-
: V a. 'm. t.o 1% m. Daytona, Jan. 3/-Richard: )I. Edmonds i Is in eight when middle-aged] men of: rency bill get In working shape l It< If yon care for heavy1' hair that Ktts-
Omc HOOKS. }
1:3O.e : m. editor of the Manufacturers'Record today will see 150,000,000.people' livIng will. materially strengthen .'the bust SEVENTY-ONE CITIES DURING tea with beany and .. radiant with 44
: 'T.1.phoD.No. 70 Jun 5. 1vr14r We has an Inootnpaimbl awftneM *
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in an Interviav in this country as against the 60 .. and it
of Baltimore, .' flea tituation possibly may WINTER OF 1912-13 HAD PAID is Duffy and loaUwua tr.r ..DIuI4ertM..
w; w.CARSON her vith -a representatlY ..t the 000,000who-lived here in 1880. have come in" time to save us from Just on. application doubles the '
DR. Times-Union, gave out a statement\ 1! "Wealth U increasing several times what otherwise would have been a WORKERS FOR SOME beauty of your hair besides It Immediately '

DENTISl pertaining to Florida, Its resource, a* rapidly 'a* the population. Broadly period of long and serious depression, FORM OF SOCIAL dissolves every particle a* '
dandruff. Ton not have .
-- Store possibilities and its future, as follows -'speaking, it may: be said that every of which recent failures are only an WORK. heavy health caw hair It bat.nice '
Office over Cole'* Jewelry yea
Office Hour: 8-18, 1-6 : [dollar of added Wealth i* an added indication of what might have hap dandruff. This deatroctlve scurf' robs .
Office phone J&8: "Florida ii destined to be one of the possible asset to", Florida for, all the pened." i II II the hair' of Its lustre. Its strength MM
!Residence 28 most cosmopolitan states in the Union. wealth increase of the country means j Washington, D. C., Jan 8.Thatthe its very life, and It, utovereo1t

Gas administered for extraction of ....U! By virtue of the fact that people from that every year thousand of people I social-center idea has come to produces a feverishness' the !hair and itching: at
the scalp roots famish
j all sections of the United'' States and a 'are becoming financially able to spend I OSCCOLA COMISSION- stay is Indicated in a report just compiled loosen and; die; then the hair

I, DR. H. S. GEIGER good many intelligent, progressive their winters here. Thus the number by Clarence Arthyr Perry, of fast Surely! get a Z6-oent bottle of "
4 ) PHYSICIAN Awn< Bvnamoi people from other lands are settling jOf people whose financial ability enables ERS VISIT ST. JOHNSWHILE the Russell Sage Foundation, New KaowlUMs's Daaderlne from any drag '04.\i;
CiUienj Bank Building star and Just try It. f'1! '
\ York City. Mr. Perry shows that In
here, this state will have the advantage them to visit Florida or to make
!. Klsslmmee, Florida the home here is places where the movement has already '
that arises from comminglingof a permanent increasingat .
Pfeonci: Office 297 or 6.J TOURING THE STATE started the rate of growth Is
the highest type of citizenship comIng a very rapid rate. But this is only
'; Residence, 266. M-lyi' from other states and lands. ,one element making for Florida's advancement THEY STOPPED TO SEE much higher than the rate at whichit Bronchitis :

unusual which L the incoming of OUR CITY SATURDAY.Our spreads in new localaties. In other '
"It is an opportunity! by new ,:t
M. RIVERS, M. D.: words, the actual results of social- _
,. rp Florida enjoys of developing the high. people. ,
J"I PHYSICIAN and SURGEON est type of citizenship in the country.It "In the factory and in every count- I centers are more effective in getting I Asthma ;

Osceola:Tharmaoy is the last state in the Union whichcan ing room in the country i III being heard sanctuary was invaded Satur- public support than the words of its r '
;. Office over at by Editor S. J. Triplett, enthusiastic _
day noon most champions.The .
ever have conditions exactly like the cry 'back to the form. The increasing
":' PHONES: t f office Residence 148L 53 .hone to -be found here. OCher states cost of living in cities is of the Kissimmee Valley Gazette, who I work is getting on a more solid Birch Mountain Herb Tea '.
that he the
have long ago! passed through that compelling men of moderate income, informed us kidnapped basis. Seventy-one cities had, during :
t. period of a great rush of population salaried men and mechanics to lookto I entire board of county commisioners the winter of ,1912--13. paid work- .I. Has no Equal. Nothing

'rl'. W.." WINN similar to that upon which Florida isU8t the country in order to escape of Osceola' county, other high officials ers for some form of social center activity -!I Just as Good.
'' and citizens to the number o/
;; PHYSICIAN j entering. Texas. Oklahoma and from the burdens of the high cost of as opposed to 44 the previous : _
and desired that come I ;
the Pacific coast states years ago had living dueto economic conditions I seventeen season, and the amount expended" in I' than ready-made medicines. -
." Office 2nd Floor Willson Building.HanoBNCK out and divulge the secrets of oursuccess 1 any
C PHONS 9aOmcs K.........:.. the opportunity of bunging togethermen -which would not be seriously changed and the maintenance of school centers has 'I It is purer and guaranteed'more
: PrONE.<". FI.OHIBAF. of energy and virility from other either by free trade or protection.For at Hastings pass our grown from $139,535 in 11)12) to $324-: I' effective than anything i

sections, but Florida's opportunity is these economic conditions arc I hand among them in good fellowshipand 575 in the past sea iRln. There are 1- known to the medical profession.

A. VAMS AOMIW W B. CBAWFOU even greater than was theirs becauseof mipbtier in their forte than protective a common cause-good roads. 927 paid workers reported This Made at home in five minuteseven -

VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORD the larger development of the whole tariffs or free trade. They are worldwide \Ve went.This with the volunteer workers, brings I by a child Purely vegetableand

S I country and the .unique position which in their scope. But to the ma- I party occupied' three automobiles the number of persons engaged in contains no alcohol, narcoticsor

lt ATlCRNE'iSATLAWOffltM ''I Florida holds as the winter playgroundand jority of ,these people who are looking I'' ] breakdowns fencing them to social-center direction considerablyabove poison. If you are a sufferer

84f Cltlrcnt hank lluIlillliK the winter home of tens of thousands to the country farming in the ordinary '- \'(' other ears behind. The party the 3,000 mark. I Pt, form Asthma,

Kissimmee Florida of leading men of aflaim of the sense is miposBiblc. They UTenot I included Chairman K. L. Lesley A. That the general] social] and recreational -I Bronchitis or intact

whole country."This lilted for it /mid land! in the North I-'. Bass H. V. Lanier, Frank Walker, possibilities of the "wideruseof "_;- any throat, .

C.EIGER.. I stale has not yet had to meet and West i is too (expensive. To these' and O. R Has, the board of commissioner -J the-school-plant" movement are I lung, stomach '

I H. the problems of northern and western people the outdoor life of Florida its -; R. II. udlam, county engineer making a constantly greater appeal] I I kidney or bladder

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW I ,states to which there has 1o..t'n a greatruih fruit (growing potentialities, its limitless : ; G.V.. Ashton superintendent of I may be seen from the fact hat in _s. trouble Ret ...

of immigration from southern resources and the ability to produce I 1 loads; W. C. Baas chairman of the 981 school houses there were public I I ,_, yourself a can '.

Office State Bank Building I Europe.: It IB not likely to have to at home the things necessary for ', school board; Dr. W. L. Wino, the entertainments and lectures, ill 4K(i I of Birch Mountain "4

Kissimmee. Florida I meet this problem for years to come u living mightily appeal.! : Kissimmee road booster, and Editor school buildings thereeie open \' Herb Tea "

to any large extent and it will be "For every man that comes to Flor- I Triplett, the only triplet of his kind. meetings of adults to discuss local I ,,\: '", A at cnce and if ;

Q.EO. F. PARKER. I, fortunate, indeed in that respect. ida an a tourist or a settler there area ,' The party motored up to Jackson- problems; athletic: or folk dancing in 'fl- -, you willstartto 1,

Many of the better class of feoreign- thousand whose eyes; are longingly 'I ville by way of Orlando, Ocala Gaines- 474 schools; and social dancing in taking it regularly, you will begin ..;

:; Attorney-at-Law. ers will come to Florida as they have turned this way What California, yule Starke and Waldo and expected I 90. to feel as if life was worth living
Collections and Conveyancing been doing for years, but there has with its amazing development, has I to reach New Smyrna by night. A notable development of "wider- and in a very short time you will 1,

\, Specialties. UH yet been no great rush of the vast been' to the central West in the years They stated that Bradford countywas I use" in 1912-13 was for election and see a wonderful change in your 'j

112% Broadway. movement of alien races from southern past, Florida will be to the entire I in the worst condition in so far civic purposes. Balloting during elections condition. It is just as effective in.J

I Europe with which the North and country east of the Mississippi river as roads were concerned, that after took place in 529 school houses; severe cases of Catarrh La Grippe, ,j

GF.KRIBBS the West are being flooded. Into for years to come. Less than a quarter -I' running half a mile in water insult 259 buildings were used for registering Whooping Cough Colds' Coughs ; '

: ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEE, FLA. Florida are coming many thousands of a century ago Los Angeles had was added to injury by a sign on the voters; and political rallies to the and Night-Sweats. Our guarantee ;

--- of people of standing and position 50,000 people. It. now has a popula- I road stating "speed limit 10 miles." number of 481 took place] in school goes with every can and if it does
Examination: of Titles a Specialy.
of of education and character, and manyof tion of about4jJO,000. and its Wealth And they were agreeably surprised at edifices. not benefit you\ your druggist will ,
Notification and payment of taxes
) non-residents given careful them people of means who here is so great that it was recently able I the good condition of the roads around Mr. Perry reports great difficulty refund you your money.

attention. find ideal conditions for living. Someare to celebrate the completion of an ac- Hastings, in fact all the roads in St. in obtaining exact statistics of social- BIRCH MOUNTAIN TEA CO., ':
coming because of Florida's climatic queduct costing $23,000,000 built to Johns county pleased them, although of agreement exists as to what con- Buffalo N. Y., U. S. A.

t Pat Josnston G. P. Garrett advantages, some are coming bring water from a mountain region they were told they were impassable. stitutes a social center Even the Sold by Kissimmee Drug Co. lsstmmee "

..": &; GARRETT because they want to escape the bit 250 miles away. Los Angeles is I They continued their run on to Mi- name itself is not constant-the insti- Fiona :
JOHNSTON ing blizzards of the North and West, typical of California's development. tution is variousl
; ,..,at Law ami, and will cross from Ft. Pierce to reported as "recre-
coining becauae of business What has been done in Los Angeles ation center "civic "
Office. 10, 11 &,12 I some are Okeechobee, then Punta Gorda, then center, social a- '
Citizen, Bank Bid*., j j opportunities in agriculture and man, and California) and should be done Ft. Myers and back to Kissimmee by and recreation center\ ," "evening center -

Xl..lmpM Florida. ', ufacture and some are coming because : in Florida. The advantages of this way of Bartow, covering in allr about. ," "community center" etc. Some' 't

they realize that in a rapidly state are greater than tlioso pf Call. fifteen, hundred. miles. cities.have. social-centers activities Citrus. andOrnamental

; ' growing state, where the best classof Ifornia.' Its nearness to the center of will going on six nights a week; while
This road inspection trip
LOVU O:MAaUBTLate T, riCTOK WAlLOW proveof Trees
; CotiMel for v Jud...of the population is increasing, as here population of the whole East and much value to the county and the others open their buildings once or ;1
.. '
if Ftartda R. H. Com. Criminal Court thanin South and Central West add twice
opportunities are more numerous gives an many counties visited will do well to a month.
'j MASSEY & WARLOWATTORNEYS older communities. ed of importance. It I We
advantage fjreat. 'take it as a lesson. We hope much should however, look beyond Hedge Shrub and:Flowers
"Florida's climate i is an asset justas is within the of the ,oplo of the figures in ,
}" AND COUNSELLOS power p I' good will come to their county by suchan mere judging social centers ,
., AT LAW tangible und real as Alabama'* Florida and the railroads workingin extended visit and inspection of says Mr. Perry. "Centers of

Pr.ctleltn all the Court of the "tate and of coal and lion. Florida has great agricultural co-operation to more than dupli- individual growth and refinement, of Landscape Gardening
tM United $ .. &l. be/or .... Florida) Hall roads.-Hastings Journal.An '
tat. o
k road ConmlMlon. and the 1"14..tal4 Iamm.rc4 potentialities for diversified cate in this state the truly amazing I I civism and social inte/I'ation-that/ is I J. Schnarr & Co. InsecticideSold

ComiMlon.11M CUABUVTOM. Bu>a. ORLANDO. FLA. farming and cattle raising, as development which has made California automobile party of sixteen per- what these places are, and no system ( under U. S. G. recommend)
p, 43yr: well as for trucking and citrus fruit one of the wonders of the world.It sons from Kissimmee. headed by S. of numerals can over l b c> devised

. industry. It is the world's best citrus should always be borne in mind by J. Triplett, of the Valley Gazette, that will convey an adequate notionof Lime Sulphur Mixture for

0 ANDRE\\ JOHNSON fruit region. It is a state of the ownels of Florida's railroads and passed through Lecsburg Wednesday the vitalizing influences which radiate Flowers, Etc. Spray pump,

2 ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT Hw great manufacturing potentialities.Its by the people of the state that the resources afternoon on a load inspection tour. from them." both'hand and truck.H. .
will ] in than Cali will to Jacksonville and then
,;i Will Practice in all Courts ports marvelously expand here are greater They go
State and Federal trade and commerce with the openingof fornia's, that the climate advantages down the east coast.-Leesburg Com OF MONEY Edmund Swabey Agt.

t: Office adjoining Broadway; the Panama canal. Indeed they are far superior and that the geographical mercial. LOST TO WALL STREET: : ,

Ic Citizens Bank Kiosimmei would continue to expend even if there 1 I location with relation to The" crowning event of the Wilson Residence 9 Orlando Ave.

, were no Papama canal in sight but the population of this country and to EXPERIMENTS IN administration culminated when President -, P.O.B.625

}. '" IL JENKINS with that nearing completion these the world's activities, are also better Wilson signed the new currency ;., > 1 *
: F ports will become world centers of, i', than California's. Indeed the whole ROAD BUILDING law on lec.23.. Under the operationof .
: this law it will be
"V SURVEYOR i impossible -
commerce. And yet greater as a situation here may be summed up in "
,>/: ... ,Fraternity" Hall Klstimm., FlaTR. tangible asset for the making of a the words of a friend who is visiting to ever have another financial
state, Florida's climate surpasses in I I Florida with us for the first time. CARRIED ON BY THE DEPARTMENT panic such as we had under Rooseveltin J. W. Thompson .
I 1907, Cleveland in
1893 and
1 Presi-
;; \ value its agricultural or manufacturing -I| "Having only seen Florida from OF AGRICULTURE
dent Grant in
HICKS I potentialities and the possibilitiesfor Jacksonville to St. Augustine, and DURING THE PAST YEAR. 1873. FUNERAL DIRECTORand

I'*-* Physician- the future commerce of its ports. 'marveling at the beauty of St. Aug- This measure brings the banks of

t L' and Surgeon "More and more, as the years go ustine, she said 'I do not see howI this country into closer relation with .
D. C. Jan. 19.
Washington, the LICENSED EMBALMERStore
f Office Phone by, people of means and even those of anyone who has seen this much of four hundred and eighty thousand government at Washington than

,tt\\. State Bank.. BId. Office, 41-Ros. .0 very moderate circumstances, who can I i Florida, can ever be content to live square yards of different types of they ever have been, and the govern-

},'II! 1 1 _, _possibly do no, are seekin gto escape I anywhere else in the world'." roads for experimental and object ment control and regulation of banks
------ constructed in and Chapel, Stewart Ave.
p lesson
were is
purposes more complete and thor-
the hardships of the winters of the Mr. Edmonds with his family anda '
I during the fiscal year 1912-1913 under .
f. \
r. ough.In
; .oooo'o.ooooooo. North and West. Every biting blastof party of friends are touring the the supervision of the Office of IUNUOUDJII FLORIDA.
the blizzards that sweep over Can state in an automobile and will leave Public Roads U. S. Department of the future whenever a bank runs

: .Dann/Dann: ada and the North and the West are here Monday or Tuesday for Miami, Agriculture, according to Bulletin short of money with which to make
i : I time. 53 'of the Department, making a Joans to its customers, under this bill .
whistling the story of Florida's clio i where they will spend some
I total of four million L- ---1
over square it i turn its
\ I ,Grocery Company101 mate and driving before them the 'Leaving Miami, they will go to Tam- yards of road constructed under the can own securities such as ...
first class stocks
\, people who can escape to Florida. pa and other points on the west coast. supervision of. this office since 1905. bonds. and mort- E. E. Well ,

*;i . Broadway- "Physicians everywhere are recog- Asked concerning; the Demociatic The types of roads built were gages over to the government regional I

A .. ing that climate has more to do with currency bill, Mr. Edmonds said: brick, concrete oil-cement concrete bank and get the money with whichto Real Estate and InsuranceMAKE

';* ..t.' Op4srate the Cleanest Store I their medicines. Intelligent physicians "My impression i* that the currency faced bituminous concrete concrete, bituminous, bituminous-sur macadam, supply. loans and the needs of its .

:and Sell the Freshest ,Groceries I anxious to benefit their patients bill, while not entirely perfect as surface treatment, macadam, asphalt vicinity.At
''of Any House in Kluinunee. as all of them are, seek when- a financial measure, and while it prob- slag, oil asphalt-gravel, oil- first when the bill was introduced A SPECIALTY OF RENTING
? 4: ever possible to get them away from ably will have to be revised some/lit gravel, oil-coralline, gravel macadam last summer a great many

| 4 t t 0// <, the North and West during the winter tie, will prove of immense value to gravel, slag, sand-clay, sand-gumbo, bankers did not thoroughly under- HOUSES AND ROOMS
butnt-clay, shell, and earth. The object stand it and were'at first
f1 somewhat
I I months. If they havo'ef'n sick every business interest in the country. lessonand experimental work SOS
Broadumy Plto.e. 272'r
they want them to recupeiate in Our banking system has been an during the past year was done at a hostile towards it, but now the banksare -

,: ;_.;- ft f.PA KEltr milder climate; if they are well they abominably bad one. It has been productive cost to the local communities of rejoicing over the triumph of the -1

want them to keep in health by goIng of panics and of a concentration I139.841.p9. This doe. not includethe bill and it is regarded as a certaintythat

R't TAILOR; : away from, the region! in which 'of the financial force of the salareis engineers.and expenses of the department it will bring good times and the
s ,! cold. and pneumonia,hold ,sway durIng country in New York. I don't blame The road wotk during the year greatest era of prosperity that the '"
'" the winter, months. New York banker for that fact at was done' I Arkansas, Florida Georgia country has ever known and what is

*# .. . HDiu-IiirtMiAv. "Every year/add immensely to the !ill. but .I 'do blame the systenr\of Kentucky, Maryland, Mlssl'sippi mOre important the prosperity will ; GRAYSTONE
financially forced New Yorkto Nebraska North Carolina, be evenly distributed and not flow In- .
I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ number of people who'are able which practically South Dakota Tennessee, Texas,
.< to the coffers of Wall street as it ha
J to get away from, home, for a be the dominant financial powerof Virginia, Wisconsin and the Districtof lets su. III 'EAINe.
,' E 1 : few week. or a few months. Th, the nation. It seenu to me that Columbia. hitherto because the control of all w and conO-htnA antomo. 1 '

'CF.thrashert population of ;the ,Unitedw State ii the' currency bill will build tip the money by Wall street and through it bll. for _'. from $305 tc
t I .',- : : ; the control of the of '''000.'' at O.\oD. otv.Tniiui.rnp ..
of section Speaking of men there in a : '
: :-.r, J ll'M. WOUD pleverging dose onto: 100,000,000 financial strength every v'tSt ,'. Baa&ar", .
v IfWIM\ c:. I... SNdaI&,.. people.' It will. increase' "in 'the next enddo:more,to, bring.bout1the' -gena difference between bigness. and great th ecountry i, now a thing of the .. I.I. .''SITU.' .... ;

it. (; 6l'i ""I1pt---'J'Ia. ten yean about 20,000,000.- ) :Th.time. ,I end: progreipf, . ' the whole country' n.... past.-Pensacola ,N wa.- t.'t. t. ',' "
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Wide,and'' I'Will 'Fill it...' :Psalms, ADVERTISED" "LETTERS:: i!Iili! !Ii !Iill! i mnriiwwuti.

: Shingle CreekThe 8110.Miss. Nellie Wilson w.. -.hoppanC. InOrlando 1 JEUmainiag ia""' dIe-PosUfflca' at* tbJ' 4w 4 4 S S 7'' I t: r1itT

last Tuesday.
sim.... Uncalled : .
( Dr. C P. McCall made a Dusines.trip For. I' l ,
going in oft I Advertised' list for the 'week vndlna
Orlando Tuesday; .
\, old'7ea"''. going out was kept to IFvteruary 1, U141 0 I''" ,
of" the afternoon train and returning on Armstrong, )lra '.....aln. Miss .Alice. '. . "
Shingleersthe .
.. :
happy gathering "
a { "
: i '
old and the new 'set- the night train., B. 1* Ixmtn. Saml _. .'... ,. ,.' ..:.... .. 'j' ,: ,fII', ' ;' J'.. ;,-_," > 'I
Allen Fred. ) ,. it. '
wall business visitor MorrlaYIU . '.
Jlngh Kelley a "
.. meeting with true community Hld. tr. , : . : ': .0
rt .y. Mitchell. :Morrla Wilson J, : : .
( merest to consider the good keeping .(in Orlando Tuesday: . HIM \V. M. (*JL Sillier, t>. '%y.Hurd .- ;n, ,1- --, ',,...':.,,-,"-....,..v"I..1. . - ..-!Ii
Mrs; -C C; 'Boyd i tnrned to her ," Ueo.; y; ; 0 '" .
L f Ulelrmeter)';:: "The '
Brooke Mat'MuII.r. Janu-s K.tie. '
Monday morning, Miss 'I. ,
home at Plymouth tr : "
had led to -much industry .. \, S
I'atrlck. Ueo. ;n \.f. ':. ,
among the ladies who ,had formed an after a very pleasant.vIsit to her sister ' Burton. :Miss\ Mattrick, W. W. .'I.:1/ . r .
all,, in- Mrs I. 1. Turner; ofthis city. II.. Ridley kllthhel ""oS'
Ald and this were'
evening W, Clalk"was-in Orlando Tues Bata, \V.* It. Klclisvn ClarryJMass . .
i U .. .
ked to to the school houseand ; .
come to ,with the directors of 1 0b. KOKee.' MI. ;( j
have a plate of ,cupper".consisting day the Fair arrange' Association for a for liars Mra, v'rrule, Richardson,A Taft '5 7 . _.... ..:... --7--- '
of chicken,' aUd. cake and'coffee for space Curry. AlpherdBllvabrth .) .
the Apopka exhibit. at the great. :MidWinter Col I nil, airs 8/dU ItoKxra. Mra. .
Ithe small of 25 cenU. Many in '
sum (I) T :: .
Fair! Cei I :
attendance secured to them the needed ..y, Mrs Mtot- Renford. J. W.i J- I" '
nY funds,for such a fence and was a Harry Hewitt and J. F. Briggs have i I tie u Hhearmean Mra.
been.employed this week packing orariges Cllr)'. Perry, Bmmer. -
urce of great pleasure as well. ., Htreet "
Merrill. nay I. Chas K. Oeo.
for Mrs. Susan A.
here gatherings have been rare but Mfarlok. Mra, .len Story Miss Alice.
i tis they will become fre- A. M. Starblrd and wife and Mr. II. Tyner. J. J.
ow hoped last a.don. Mra. Thompson.V.j >M.Ituxlp. .
and Mrs. Maxim
spent Sunday
vent and all. get acquainted with !
"Welliun.. Mra
e0' new settlers.. The men have .pleasantly at Rock Springs. Hanson .Mra. Clara. At Home
a..ted'to put the posts and place the E. E. White spent last Sunday at Martha Youngblood.lies. *
i .. rand the women will attend and home here with his fmily and returned j(,Jackaon.Henrietta.Mrs Young.ter. Miss
Orlando wh he is .
Monday .
hare their dinners on the ground.' re engaged Johnson Mr. P. Loulae. MiV '
k "The meeting wa soiled to order by surveying. V. J rdki un uKnlKht. ,
Y iMr.'Johnson: ; it was moved and seconded S. W. Eldredge was in Orlando Tues- Eddie y; Yi,
, | Mrs. E. Mullens has been elected as j Postmaster. BJ 1
1'which he did and innocently asked n v 'u a
[where he must take it. a teacher in the Methodist Sunday

II I A hastily prepared program was School here.A CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING y'f' m
k (handed him and ho called for a tragedy occurred here last Saturday J. v-4?
a solo by Mr. Fox who respondedreadily. afternoon which resulted in the I

t > Another was giv n by Mr.I'tg..ccomp.nled death of Sam Jenkins at the hands of George Blackstone Irving lecturer of national
| by a wondrously Cora Davis. The trouble staretd by a

I I Then sweet Mr.fem.le'voice Youth gave in his undertone.national Jenkins whiskey and getting started filled out up hunting on mean trouble .'I five Cents Per Line reputation, and "Better,Town Promoter" by pr'ofessio1Y -, : '

Ihynm, "Der Wacht on Rhine" in Ger- meeting the Davis woman on the /. fach Insertion.*. I '
A few choruses were sung road he made an indecent proposal to i has ten a .book 'called "My Town the mestsage .
ending man. with America. Then the fun her which she resented and ordered I 1-.....+...e.a+.-.....aae..a II .JVn : : .

r I of the evening came when Mr. Boyle him away he ignored her warning and 'j 1i i FOR SALE. of which he states is, Buy at Home." 'The,
his She tried
auctioned the cakes that were left. :, repeated request. j !Ii'
1 I Mark Luaim was from Missouri, so avoid him and started toward home. I I I EGGS FOR SALE-Black-Breasted; [Massa] board of trade awarded Mrs Irving; $ '
lie her and
I is Mr. Boyle and many smiles are to again approached taking Red Game; White Wyandotte:
d; I his credit. The bachelors had a hold of her, threatened her life if she I I I White Face Black Spanish. All\ of $500 for the best plan submitted for promoting
refused his She him
I chance for holiday luxuries and request. varieties $200 per 15 eggs. RedWing x
r availed themselves of such chance. away again and he rushed up and I Poultry Farm, Orange Center *
the interests of their He has studied the
jj x] city. fli
ONE IN ATTENDANCE. slapped her in the face when she I Fla. Box 102. 5-3t
| struck him in the breast with a very

t( small pen-knife, the blade entered the i|!! FOR SALE-Five acres of land and a jjj subject in this country and abroad. Consequently he x
cavity of the heart and death resulted ;'

II Orange Center II 1 In about two hours. The acting coroner i j four-room give bargain house to in sell 1'inodale.quick. Will Address \, knows what he is writing about, and the following jjja.

held an inquest Monday morning I I i Box 172, Kissimmee Fla. 62tf

and the, returned jury, after a verdict hearing of all justifiable the evidence i i I quotations make a strong advertisement for the Buy'a

Dear Gazette: I homicide and the Davis' woman. was 1 WILL SELL my store building and

I This week we have with us some 1 ordered released from custody. Thisis I stock of general merchandise everything ing-at-Home movement : I"Bvery

visitors from the North, where everything the first homicide ever reported in .new and up-to-date doing

is frozen stiff. They were so 1 Apopka and an even more- singular: fine business but other interests require -,\ citizen of a community, former, laboring hall, profes- )
cold when they arrived in Florida they I feature of the was the fact
i M. M. Monohan. sionol mott-eoch and all debt their Mown "AI-
attention. owe
could no trealize that they had stepped that this was the third husband of my 0 heavy Yi
; into the summer clime of our Florida I May Jenkins and all three have met Davenport, Fla. "SuI together too many citizens are objects of charity from their fellow i
/ until they noticed the school children their death at the hands of a woman. I !Ii
running bare-footed and when they I Newell & Ustler have made another I(i FOR SALE-Forty acres of good $ citizens iti accepting community prosperity and enjoyments withY !Ii

t were informed that some of the chil- shipment of ferns to the Northern i orange land; five acres cleared; one out giving value received.' F r

dren went barefooted all winter, from markets. hundred orange trees beginning to) m "A resident of a town should always patronize that business In ,ryb
choice and not through necessity,
:' they shed some of their sur- AN EXPLANATION > bear; close to Davenport. For particulars / H. his community, the owner of which resides there, in preference to
write Mrs. J. L. Thomas,
plus clothing and convinced in themselves the- Narcoossee Fla, Jan. 19, 1914. Fla. 4-3t that business, the owner of which resides out of town. This prin- BiI.
that they were actually Davenport,
To the Kissimmee Gazette: '
Valley ,ciple applies to line of business." I
" land of eternal sunshine and brightness. : Gentlemen-On: the sixth page of every .
Now they are reveling in the FOR SALE-Farm olIO acres 3-
your paper, I see you have my name "So widespread is the principle of home investment that the ,
thought of a future home with us andy for of I room house 7 acres cleared and
larceny a hog. was
the German Empire has organized a crusade against American bonds
their pleasure is marred only by :
and found I
tried fine
not guilty as am fenced,. 2 acres young grove
idea that they must return to where urging that home interests need all local The
\ business calls. A little 3-year- known in Brevard Orange and just coming into bearing. W. Ii.. capital. general ,,
I their while himself Osceola counties better by James Loughman, Fla. 2-tV manager of the International Harvester Company told the writer, I' '
old of the party amusing Tindall, and am not the one indited. I II I Jones .1 I
; by running and making a pup It was three boys and the one that I hat it is more difficult to introduce their products in Germany ;

4ibark bark at him name.demanded" of the pup toj j 1 I'I stood the trial was Hill Tindall. I'I Idon't 'I FOR SALE-20: acres Half cleared nice ban in any other nation. When a nation acts this wayjs it -no/tsig ;
my wish in fair house
my name exposed your young grove good
Mr. and Mrs. have nificant lesson for towns ?
Spence adopted in that and please rectifyor
an. infant girl. Mrs. paper way some crops now growing; terms !ffifi

Jacksonville brought the baby to them erase my name from your, paper. ree. onallle. J. H. Halley Lough; .
; Respectfully yours, Yes it is lesson for this
> x a
t from the orphans home last week. J. T. T. TIN ALL i man, Fla. 2-f 'very
.' G. B. Catssity is rushing his clearing
He will make FOR SALE-Signs: to advertise l5y1
with a force of men. a I property
record for planting trees after arriving Oklawaha Nurseries have// the only for sale can be obtained at the. ,
ti; in Florida. known early variety of (rapefruit '' Valley Gazette 10 cents each. i / community.l,
Conner Prolific. Get thenr from Ok -rte .
Willis K. Munger, president of the Hunger Land Company with his wife lawaha Nurseries Tangerine Fla. MISCELLANEOUS. ,

and baby spent four,days with ua this Write for catalog. 2-4t I i" '. .. .' \ :
weel AN'TED--Good., gentle reliable* ,T ; ,
Mr. J. R. Smith of Apalachee Ga'., I GIVE "SYRUP'OF FIOS" horse. See Nelson Realty Co. 5-It 1"a "
this week. S I HOTEL ,,MANHATTAN : ; BASS :1 < r4il'\:' ,) :
'i was an 0 .C. visitor early !Ii '\ ; RULL MARKET tlg.
TO .
/%; Mr. Smith went home full of enthu- FOUND-Three a books on '!. .. G. B. Po Prop. ; '" i'f 0. .'tf't.! : "1 f
siasm of the usual Florida variety. .I Broadway last nigh; two from !:Ii Acrou from A, C. I.. Station / Freak Meat of AH Kiadj '.

Forest fires have been raging around "Fruit Laxative" can't harm Knoxville Tenn., and one WashX .
'. us for several days. Mr. Dunn's housein tender little Stomach, liver ;in ton, I). C. J. J. Rogers, 11* /
section 13, was burned. The high and bowel Sumner street. \V V j. i.
winds one night blew the flames across H. C. STANFORD COMPANY f
-- WANTED At once, two women to
the cleared space around the house. Goods
Dry Clothing and Sh.a,
Mr. Morrey is now installed in the Look at- the tongue': mother! If herve as general housemaids. Good CLARK & MEIKLEJON ys '
FIU'IIiaIaiad Notion's
'I '
Pines as host to the travelers. We coated, your little one's stomach liver wages. Apply at Runnymede ho\X S
are extremely fortunate in having Mr. and bowels abed cleansing" at once. tel. 3-tf --J Real Estate
and Mrs. Morrey with us as perma- When peevish, ciosw. listless doesn'tsleep I j- /
nent .residents. eat or u< t naturally or Is I
fob stomach sour, breath bad; iiI'
fever-I' thousand. W. Smith
Bore throat, dlui'rluca, full of per Henry SHOES $- .
Wauchula Fla. 51.12tpd ;
a teaspoonful of "California

II Narcoossee II Figs" and In a few hours all the foul : LOST-Ads placed in the Valley Ga- yy; 108 Broadway / WATERS & CARSON GROCERY- t tx \

constipated waste undigested food zette have found more articles for y; ; :
and bile gently moves out of its
sour the owner than any other one kind I FURNITURE COMPANY .
little bowels without griping, and you of publicity. Five cents per line.WANT' 1 CO.
John Baker of Brookville Ind. has have a well, playful child again Ask7OGI' Fi Everything far the H....
purchased two lots on Franklin street druggist for a DO-onnt( bottle of /
ADS in the Gazette
Valley Y J. E. !y;
Rosh Manger. -
and expects to build a handsome resi- "California Syrup of Mara," which eon- )
for children are the means of selling and rent
dence. tains full directions babies t.J t..
B. J. Rouser drove a party from of all ages and for grown-ups. Ing property when all other means r J y; NELSON REALTY COMPANY !Ii

Punnymede on a turkey hunt with his fail. Try it once. I 5 cents a line. .
HTATIOMKXT.' N.. 9 DarlwxtMm A.... i
auto.Wm.. Montsdoca expects to start his
c; Mad under Section 32 Chapter EX6 FOR RENT. /
rw home at once. Laws of Florida, howlng the amountof / ;
B. II. Collier ha sstarted his house taxes charged to the Tax Collectorof
on Franklyn street. Charles Johnson, Oaceola County Florida, to be collected DWELLINGS for rent, opply to J&J yfY Y;
the work. for the current year 1114 and Tiller. D. G. McKAY REAL
is. doing carpenter 0 the apportionment of the same to the H.
:Mr. Kraus and family from Hotel several funds for which taxes have FOR RENT-Comfortable: bed room, LAWSON' 'I t .'
Indianapolis Ind., are been levied.A AGENCY w...
Washington located. I 6 !Yi Cult Stan 't
visiting Mrs. Kraus' sister Mrs. C. W. mt 'o..tF Faads. centrally Large porch. / !

Bruns Hotel Runnymede. R..venueTo amount- assessed_117,0-40( .SI Brack St. J. W. Prentis. 42-tf Yi 10 Broadway ;f
Robert Bruns one of the stockholders Amount collected 1.7&6 53 yy ;-
,of the Norcrossee Land Company FOR RENT OR SALE-Two-storjr ; ,-
left Saturday for Cincinnati. Mr. Balance, to be collected- 14.114.2SUeneral store building on Brack St. North d
School Fund
'. Bruns expects to return about March To Amount amount collected aaae..ed_--.- JO.4,888.94Balance 1:19: .41 Kiialmmee. H. C. Stanford 29-tf Yi HUNTER LAND CO. I t r ry1

t:':; let.Riley Mitzel and family and Major to be i collected- 2B.3HS: .47Coun4y ............ Real Estate : ;
wife left for their home in
Wiley Road- 1x
Bethany Ohio Monday after spend- To amount aa.e..ed._ 25. 6121: !fi !1; VI "'u; .. / !
ing some time looking after their interests Amount collected 4,114.11 If you want an 8-room boos {
here. close In, modern In every way W. B. MAKINSON CO. Yt

""VT. Thomas Little spent Sunday in Fine Balance and to Forfeiture be collected21,426.44 11(00. cash. !Ii Hardware; Cutlery, Boat s..a- W. G. HANEINS !IiIi
_ y
:.._loud. To amount assessed 4,280.21Amount
The Baptist Church has changedthe collected 684.11 If you want a (-room house on ud Mackfatenr. Adding MacUaes aid Typ wrlt n
services from the good street lot 100x14714. flOO
date of their
Balance to be collected .. 3.571.08 !y c;- .
in cash.
fourth Sunday to the first Sunday Hub-School District No. 1- --Ifi /
each month. To amount aaaeflaed. 1.t14.08 Yi
Amount collected 778.18 If you want a l-room houseand I
Mrs C. E. Denig made a shoppingtrip -
10 acres. of land, f 1100 cash; I. STOO' .
to Kissimmee Saturday.Apopka DAMN'S DEPARTMENT
Balance to be collected1,184.71 very soy terms on balance,

Sub-School District.. No. 1- which la. but little. Dry C aothII8 Shoes, F..I.... I Itfj
To amount a e >ed- 18V 91 !Ii" *, ,, *! "
Amount collected 43 70 If yon want a 10-aore tract. y; S and lOc Store

II II Balance to be collected241.11 1100, flOO cash. KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.aaaBEKKKMKKfaiffifKWK . "
Sub-School District No. S- -
To amount aMe..ed. ________ If yon want a 10-acre tract \noJe.ale ud R.WI. '!G'j. .I.Ii I.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wiloughby and Amount collected .__.________ 107.11 IIIO. UIO ash !Ii Ph..0 21 0 S ryi

little arrived J. W: PRENTIS "
daughters collected811.80 ;
two interesting Balance to be If yon want a 10-aere tract
here Saturday evening from 8ub_8choot District No. 4- $4<0, 1100 caah. I 'u!G;_ 'ftaaOrpu Ji cLI..I ''ii':
,' Wilmington, N. C. Mrs. Wiloughby To amount collected assessed. ........... Ltt.tAmollnt 48.10 f . TaWq .
and children will remain here for the CasT terms to salt purchaser f S SewIq' ", .,1....." !Ii.k t.Ji

remainder of the tourist season, but Balance) to be collected...... l.S97..f on cither of Above properties. .
Mr. Wiloughby. left the same night Sub-School District No. ITo Yi,

over the Seaboard for Jacksonville and Amount amount collected assessed...___...-'_-- 10.11 t' AkMr Summer, Ji .-.. \I !
expects to return here again at a later .
I (01 Penfleld. near Clyde. Ji H _
date. Balance to be collected- 149.82RubSchool :. '
McKlnnoir preached' (tn4 District No. ITo $ (Clyde the 2nd. Ave W.. of, fi .
Prof. very ,
amount aaaeaaed '... .__ 111.12 : .
-- house loading .
", 'terestiag'sermonat the Presbyterian Amount .collectedj___. court south.) ... .. ...- .. '4s .
Church to large and appreciative "-
audience. a Text:, "Open. :.Thy Month ,. f..'b.'' collected.,..___ 176.4 ....... $$$
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fc P X TAPE' 1Z. THE' KlSSfHMfiE!' 9',1.11" ctAzgffE'' ,' FRfDAY',' JANUARY is,

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: C I
J the aIr and hundred othwr agent ot ORIGIN .
: death provoked by the eruption. THE .: '

; r BRILLIANT '. Lord Bulwer Lytton in his famous II IlnUNOYEK, LOCALS J ,SERVING JESUS 1 f
: romantic novel "The Last. Days;) ot : :

Pompeii" immortalised the event and OBJECTS AND AIMS"I. ,

using data and obtained fnvesttgatidn from, scientific peopled\ research it X_K Homer, who t&m.'here tw*. Sunday.SchoOl LeMon for January 2S., Lesson Text, L.uke ,i

II RECEPTION with hi ll ..imagination. Mr. George T / and years settled eg" from Chattanooga/. tie Tenn., 8:1-3; 9:57-62 10:38-42, Gold Text Inasmuch '
just city '
with his photo dramatisation I. "
of Kleine Lord Lytton's, novel will do ,even limits, died Saturday morning of i as ye have done it unto one?of theMr my: brethren, ye
more to recall it to modern amusement acute indigestion The remains were have. done it unU Me."-Matt.'25:4O: '
HOME of the hipped Monday to Columbus, Ga. .
1 lovers. Lila pictures, eruption FOUNDED IN 187'' . J

t I give a most Impressive. and vivid "W. I, Ne6re. ..-Ife. son and three Comment &yW B. 177jER3Po9!,.
of this _
idea of the awful magnitude
Vinton in the --
daughters la. - -
I e are '
Mr. Kleine'. I :i'I
world-famed catastrophe. city to spend several weeks, and have
I photo drama "The Last Days of FOR THE FIRST TIME KISSIM!{.. taken rooms at H. N. BrattoVs. They hit! the lesson"we: find 'JesusceedSng JT" dlsclplW of' Jesus' can foil( 'to do his .

Mr and Mrs G. A. Carson Pompeii"will be presented at the I flEE PEOPLE WILL ENJflV base been here' only a few days bat 4 in His course and having duty t* father,itwther or child with... ..1(
: Dixie Theater, Wednesday, January have already fallen in love with' Kis. with Him "the twelve and certain out guife.: When these are in such ""

1 28th, afternoon and evening. THESE SPLENDID ENTER. simmee. women wh had been healed The need that It becomes duty, to minister .

-------. twelve' had been specially called to '
I to them will
Rev. A. M. ChtshoCra! attended tho : fl
Jr. Honorees i follow Him. The women outc also be service to Jesus. Sea "Gol .
YEAR.; State Board misoting- of the Christian gratitude for what they had receivedwere den Text'" "
-'-- .,I INSPECTING SITE FOR I Church, which war held at Eustis following, and "Ministered unto Another volunteer llaidLord.i: ,' I '!1 1I
taRt of which' board Rev. CVilsMolm "
k I them with their substance. Commissioned ' vrfll follow Thee' but let
I.AUla; (umvi> ATTESTS:; THE in. a member The of me
purpose -voluntary servants
The association knonvn thChautaiiqua J bid them farewell which at
POSTOFFICE i.e the are home;
meeting the forming and di.
was both .
; groups sincere and ac .
dt house Jesus a-nswered'"No;
i Assembly, ChauCaaqu my :
POPULARITY OK TIIK: KECII'IKM'S cUMBingof plans txf extend the usefulness To which do ,
; I Literary and Scientific Circle and group' youbelong man having put his Hand t* the
of the churcb in Florida during
.I II kindred organizations i take their ? plough und looking back is fit for
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th '
( I
I ; year. As "A cetfthin '
Went along
: they man "
name. front Lake Chautauqua, i a the kingdom\: of God. This 'manlacked ,
beautiful sheet of about said unto Him, 'Lord, I will: follow of
water twenty singleness purpose.A.
At of the Society
if existed in a meeting Utopian
Kl'.NCTION ; asking an
SOCIAL emergency Thee whtlhermever Thou goest""The
miles with douhle--nr nilro ill' aU
long broatttl is unstable
building an average held/ last Friday afternoon> in man
KiHhimmee for a government .
of about two miles lying about 701 the school auditorium, the following merirf of this resolution fit'r.end. his ways" James 1:8.: ,
OF SEASON.; i : on the motive *f the man. I;
/ i KiKhiinim-e, Fla, Jan.I 13: HI14 I feet above Lake Erie from which i iis It. office r* weWi' elected: Lu\' Wither- purptvae to serveOr was it to rcreiiw Whew' you employ I a man, to plough,

I __ I Hon. Claude L'KnirUM: C". distant ten miles The (1iautitilw spoon. president; WiUiam M. Tiller, \ benefits? Evidently the latter yo'u' want him to plough and not run

Washington U.I ) c., < Assembly grounds situated 01 vioe-pivwideut; Roy Graven, secretary front' the de.-Jn ration of Jesus "!foxes rabbits. That is, you watt hint to- ."
: One of the rmif-t lirilliant social Hear Sir: I the northern! shore of the hike, 81 ; Myrtii-9 Langstoa', critic Arthur ha 'e hales, and birds of the air Have serve you. There might be tinnjst i iwheij

% "affairs of the HCBHOII. wan the<< reception Yours of a few days ago, askingif dozen years ago, contained Hf5 ;.crcs. J trrell, sergeant ,"-arlllll. nests;' but tile Son of man hath not you would want a malt kill therabbits '
"'rida night by ScnU I which were<< situated over Ol1''I '
last upon im '
given field while be was ,
J there was an emergency leaxon where to lay Ills nad.l B.ecauseris your ,- '
i .. >r and Mrs. Canton. lit heir Ipeatt-' for needing a new postoflTice building I attractive summer cottages/ a fine L. G. llouriM, of Vermont, him accepted motive Jesu had I ploughing- your land. In tlu* event'?' .'.* e
was ,
ful home on Clyde ii'."nue In' hum'of thismatter hotel! a in u ne u in, of archaeology- 'fce: poniUoa of bookkeeper wrong' nothing he would rftill be following the '
I \in Kisdimmee, beg to say that for birnv but if he sad! d> red to till-I | single'j'j
uml his hiulv. Mi am.' : amphitheatre with a seating capacitj with tht' Kissimmee Auto COll1
their son ) has been considered by the any. I purpose< of serving you.' *f ,
low order that hI' might ,
Mrs ('. A. Carson. Jj:.. The spurion* KiHftimince Board of Trade. We of over !5.00O gevurul. halls for' n ..etings Mr. aii", < MrK. George W. Harris Jesus ovld twit only have extendud serve IF this ytiung mart had entered! ; I
'f home was deron Led in a .simple. :yetpIesing and numerous appliances foi and son, Sanborn. arrival hro the
ItaIel'n uppointeil committee by heartily into the of Jtsus he
u a welcome, but would homoIwstowid/ service i..j':;:
Potted f manner. said 1 hoitrd to present the matter to ) him rich bVfiHingH.. night havebeen sent right back tO> \.1'
and eve-rgie-ens formed I the l 1.11. I locallVe large numbers of students and his father, Mr. J.: H. Harris-. Mr. upon. \
a1it occurs to u. I preach the gospel to !chose: wh> wers '
; ground while beautiful bigomu you thereis I xi.sitors i-ongnpgate here in the summer Harri is brothur of J W. Harris.of Jesus -Mid unto another, "FollowMe. '\
( beg to suy that to our mind, at his liouHt- \
Here waa call with the privilege -
interwoven thioughout season. the Dutton-Harri Company
Venustau were an urgent i ( ;need for an immediate appropriation ChautautiuaH\ morn or less< on the of e'rnal life ittld ait immortal The inciilent at Hethany in the ..
the foliageThe
4: green forI public building inKismmmce plan of the original, with building Harry W Thurroau, proprietor of crown. "But I IB said, "Lord, suffer I home of Martha and :Vary is familiar. ,

IfUt'"h( UK door they arnvrd MIKS I.Eli weie,...ubeth I for the following reasons lectures, etc.; have been established thtr Graystcne r<4Ura.d Sunday from me first togo and bury my father.' The intensity of Martha's zeal .' .

I received at the h.v introducedthem in almost all parts of the United H tan days' trip Uu Philudt tphia and This implied. that when he had buried wit rommendabie, but. ,,1.Ie was potting '
Carson, who in turn Flr'lVhen the present post- States. BoKtan. Mr Thurman rays the his father he wnald then nwn and I I too much emphasis on temporal ".

to the receiving row composedf \ office <|UuiU'rs were secured, thetown The assembly was founded in 1874 \wwUiser is just: nmpiy uiibearsdile, follow Jesut. Father first, Jesus afterwards thin,.'.*. These should have due at ,

.. Senator and Mrs. C. A. Tarso1., had a population of leas than by John II. Vincent, D. D., and Lewis North and in th 'rwn.uany tmshrosH thai isaie wnong order. It Cention, but rtrnt thing( should come r '

.. Mrs. I L. K Milton, of Jacktionvillc. 2,000( and now the population is supposed Miller, to provide systematic instruction desiring his prenenw. lit that; section should be .'..AUS first, others afterwerds. Hrit. Mary watr puttinfthe; emphasis iat '
4 and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Carson, to be more than 4,000; therefore for Sunday school teachers, together offrtw United States will have to -wait the right kce. "Seek ye ftrll 'th.' ),"'

The costumes in worn the extreme by the ladies the population is more than with popular lecture course until tIN sno".vm"and" tt..cwlnda Was the iathei' dead? Sfa', only Kingdom of \:,*{; and His righteous- A'\\ '

were exquisite I doubled in literature, science and art In cease' tA blow. .n old man [likely 'and his utas was nest*; and all these! things shaUl bcr >
.Mrs. C. A. Carson wore yellow 1'1'0'1 Second : When the present quarters 1878 the Chavtauqua Literary and that he wouM take care- of las father added unto YUU'w Matt: 6:33. ? ,;.

k rade charrneune with white rosc-i. << were secured, there<< were no Scientific Circle was orpamixed. AA party con.sMitlnjr of Sir w'illfamMuioch till he died del war burned, and then The. lesson Ie ftsltne.f'c.( teach'HhemTTTprehensivene.'M .t

Mrs. C. A. Carson, Jr., wore her rural routes, no free delivery and Space will not permit of a more extended Mr. JtlWlce Lalchfor:!, Muc enter the service Off the Master of CHristian servI'j'

wedding gown of white c-harmeuse, only three<< employes in the post- definition of the objects of Harry A. Huntei and'' Mr. and Mrs. Let the'.d<>kd bury ttmnft 4; but ice "Service with substance, thoughVfiif I I.

t trimmed with Reed pearls and office Now there are rural routes I these organizations and others founded J. Dl Clark motoretrl _er to. Sea. gv thou and preach the kingdom of service, wftole-heurMd serrrce. .'

Duchess lace Her flowers were 'and on February lilt, will be inaugurated << since. breeze on Saturday: Byway of De- God." There wounct be enough of disntrning set-etc.." j/t
liliea of the valley with orchids free delivery, which will mean Land. at' the Clarendon "
: The last few yearn haw witnessed those\ who were .. Mrs. L. R. Milton, of Jacksonville! fourteen employees. the development of the Chautauqua Hotel. Although" tfesr trip was .-. bury the deal) Janus wast calling Totalk with-G no' aeth i.lds4t i I.I I. ,
a sister of Mrs. C. A. Carson, wore Third: The working( space in the I pleaaan one the general consensusof if I Tallf'.avf ,'
I idea in Florida. Within the pastfour hue young menLo ts> life work and
with 1 is limited andas T5walk with HfoA ho strengthWalk js-4eM1t\\,.
yellow crep -de-chene draped I present quarters very years associations have been opinion of the< party was that; he had enlisted ,.hemight) have gone '
chiffon. She wore American Beau there will be fourteen employees, founded and meetings haw been held theyr OCT* glad toV,gjatt back wIKis.-< I'Igfrt on with this preparation and on '"
7OVBtt Gt, time-is lost
Mm. Milton bride of a few<< ; will scarcely have sufficientroo on t no ,
is a
tie '' they their duties satis- at St. Petersburg, Bartow, Lakelandand simmea en Monday. preaching and where tHe time of real Wait
months. mto discharge Orlando, and in every instanceso need came to 'his jJatHer he- snight
Cittteis muclrf-when GSit is in it;. ,:
% Mr. S. W. Eldridge, a guest of factorily. far as we have learnedVtKe: people H MT.. A. M. WilliamwKi ,of Jurksonville hare afforded I dm: "comfOrt. und: assis- JOan'ff' busiest is nut .worth GWf,. 't 1
Fourth I In the quarters who desires t. ncpresentthin
Mrs. Carson, wore white charm<<-usc< : present are delighted and enthusiastic in !! CaTune.: Being *" servant of. Jesus,
:ft with chiffon, trimmed with pearla.She the lobby for use by the public i is their praise. districit in congress, i ii. in the city mnistering tab)' father, or a-sry one n rnut is !; t.:
wore, violets. very small and inadequate. Kissimmee for the first time, is to looking- ever the politinsel picket (lithe ilea! in need, would have been acceptable 1C GoA the JitUtrl"Yerywt luttov does not sharer ""

Miss Elizabeth Bryan Carson wore ? Fifth: All the space in the present be the scene of one or the popular and incidentally telling the voters a. service"t > J Bu..- So* the I 'God .'.
Swork wtMk ultra
yellow -de-chene with a cot-nag.: quarters where it is possible to assemblies. how much more good Ha can acarmpU.h .elAIen Text." I r > '
crep install lock boxes has been utilized. i Car! our people than either lost; .,
bouquet>> of Killarney roses. The management under the direction Jesus said in'" odier bee "lie I .
a pi : Wn workfrrwrth Him i iioes bevklandU
further lock Trte-
In the Mrs. N. B. Cat There is no space for Adams veteran L'EnjdJr or Sears. latter Krn
dining room, of Prof. Rucker a I that loveth father or mothermore most" '
boxes, and all that are here now are tleman n doing the honors in a !**
.erved chocolate Mrs. Simpson business and
Ion ; in the Chautauqua. Dhan Me is not worthy of Me; and \,
,, jserved coffee; Mrs. Edgar Oliver in use; so it seems that it is a matter who for the past three years has had coming manner towar* his rivaL Ike that loveth or daughter more I ." vAiereforetyv eat cDnkrihltw! I

erred punch assisted by Mrs. N. C. of great importance to provide. charge of the meetings at Bartow and Bible Society than Me is not>twoirt2ty of MbMa'tt.' .: whatsoever ye do,; do all to the-

( Bryan. Assisting in serving were sufficient space along( these linen.Sixth Lakeland leaves no room- for doubt The Twang People's Chttrcb met .tti- 10:37. Jesus fiat i i.... the order. No glory of GooT" I Cor. ,1031. ,
Misses Mary Carson, Jo Berta Bryan : Within the last two or that the meetings at this place being of Presbyterian
I\ three the town has made very day evening at the residence of. W. ----- -. -- --- -
And Vema Holt and Mrs. S. II. Bui years February 22nd will b* HI pronounced )
rpaid progress; has paved about four B. WTtMevspoon and elhcted the fU- th.-.acf1 thirst and ttum Don'tiraisun- :

( JockThe seven-piece orchestra from Orlando miles of street; has erected some success.To the intelligent, enterprising. lowing officers: President, Miss G. B. WOODAlL ASKS derstand me t &:amce IBM: I hare. suppuBted '

charming music during magnificent publi cbuildings; new I home-loving, patriotic people of Kis- Beasie' Moseley; vice-president. Miss the .State:!! Html county' :, ticket;,. "

the dispensed evening, adding delight to the people are coming in all the while simmee, St. Cloud and Osceols counties Marie Bard; secretary,, Miss: KhsHv- PfRTINmr QUESTION ans? if at, any time esne was riesnihatetithwt ,
and the postoffice is entirely out of leen Bearden; treasurer Miss Etta .
occafcion.Mr. ; we appeal for sympathy and support '1 did -not wan.til let hitfx g* by.bwt
and Mrs. C. A. Carbon, Jr.. the keeping with the present conditions. I and we know we shall not ask Witherapaon! ; chairrnaro of LookoutCommslttec. : did non vote for anyone else. And!
business Miss Mildrsnl Ahders honorres recently married Seventh: The money order in vain. II Leo> one, -wwot the aame privilege thai,
,. were classmates together the first year in its present location -: JAMES W:. LILLY. REGARDING THE HEW .1MAF' I have alrtouj-s had iaad that jfeUntgs .sBe >
They were
p& at Colorado College located wee $27,635.59; for 1913 it i President KissimmeeChaatauqua The* Five Hundred. Cttib was enter-| LAW PASSBDj LA T SESrrLBTCIS *.' Yours tnsJy,
Mrs .
in. Colorado 'Springs. Mrs. Carson, was $44,203.55. Association talnedl Tuesday aftema by SrON\OE.: 'I1E (1"l B. .WO40JALU :'
M Eighths The receipts': of' the- office W. J. Sears the following ladies Bev '1
who previous to her marriage was the first year in It. prevent location ing present Mrs. SI': 11. Bullock' ,. ,IMfi'TIK AUIttlSES TIIE P1CTBIWBS.: . '
Mice Burger, was one of the moat GEORGE R. STUART Miss Dixon, Mrs. --I-- > ',
were $5,645.33; for 1913 they were Mrs. Woodbeck PttnricenceitlE. 1..I'anl1 ,1914. J> I
prominent member. of her class, LiviniortoJi, Miss Whieett; MIlt: ftrv. My Dar Sir;.' When reading your
{* -r1 1257779. Shingle CCreit. Fla., J-. 1. 1914..
achieven ents
: among the :r llI>ortan4. For these reasons, we respectfully January 24th, 1914 gram Mrs. Roberson, Mrs. Cadell, paper,.the Kiallib .nee Valtey Gazette, .
.of her stud nt life being her election. suggest that an effort be made during address Mills Turville, Mrs. Johnson Miss. Editor Valley Gaccette! 'ajnd utitainng tba-pictvreavoif: the various -
to the presidency of the Student Government In his great new Ault- KineirsMnu: Fla: I
the present session of congress Makinnon. Mrs. O'Bryan reakience a.nil others, tfat thought(
I Body, composed of several to secure an appropriation for the "IN TUNE WITH. TilE AGE" man and Miss WaL. -. The prize Dear Sir-Will you plteaae
s, hundred of the students, and being a construction of a public building as was won by Mrs. Gay Livingston and through yourvaluable peer the necessity to suggest to you that you> print the

very exacting and prominent position. I early as it can possibly be done. I At the Pastime Theater the ,liuoJby. prize by Mrs. Johnson of primary election law? : variotia, cuts WMI have cit- sost-cards: ,
In all her work she was at 10 A. M,
preeminently Saturday I have *eeni cegistertd in Kjussim-
I. .) You, of course, are aware that the : as you have trite cots, lCl: would) save*
successful. I last session of congress appropriated Tax Assessor W. L Barber has mee for nearlythirty years and n* the ia.t of nutting! and'tike stock: andf' '
,4 Among the out-of-town guests may'be :' funds for the purchase of a site, moved his family into town anti is questions' .attkttu, where ,I registxred. I I costtf printing wouhi: not be much vj

mentioned the following: I I recognizing the importance of securing temjyx'arily occupying quarters! on I was only retuired to. take aji oath Thii could used to mail to peopleouttvf /) .

I ", Chief Justice Sir William Mulock. such a site. This appropriation -\ PenfWJd avenue. Mr. Barber tout just that I wauld support and uphkpld tike town mud would i-turve' a81 an ad .

? of Toronto, Can.; Mr. Justice Latch- having been made for the reasons << pun-iiased: a lot on tltyde avenue op- constitution of the Umted, St.a4e's. I verili emen 4. I have tit: out the pic;,.-

: ford of Toronto; Mr. James G. John- \ above stated it seems to us that I posits. the handsome borne of' J. M. I think tbat; i iii. right and any loan that tunr from Jme to tinv and use them,

sons a prominent attorney of Knoxville it is really an urgent matter that we i Lee on which he wtil at once begin 1 will not, tatar that i>.th and. that, \i toshow as".ian edition i of what Kissinv-

: Trim.. and Mrs. Johnson; Mrs.S. should have a new postoffice building .iI thw erection of a permanent, home., known U,all:y other yerson ojkould not mete has in the way. ".,f building anjdlllminess
of Kla. Mrs. I, continue his farming operation -I be allowed t. vote hold any office
,. W. Eldridge Apopka. ; : at the earliest possible date. He will ; Blocks...
Milton of Jacksonville Mrs. : his the lake, I clerical ojtherwi<... But., now as I
L. R. ; We beg to assure you of our very at place across I have mever! been cu Kissimmeehub, ,
"Dean, of Georgia( ; Mrs. K.; J. Oliver ;I great appreciation in this matter and however, and has a competent man understand; the new law >_ ha'" to,| Zen interested in ittvj" welfare and hope

of Savannah Ua.DRAMATIC. would like a definite agreement on/ in charge to look after hia: CJ\IIp6. swear; by, the God *that y'. will sup- 10 see
I part to do all that you can to I pqrt,. the u J'Dineer the polity of which city I, sell my friends of KissimotM
I' your secure this appropriation as an emergency It. M. Metzel,. wife anif. two children !- youi,'claim- to be and that you have to, and wlfcn anyone goes to Floridbr I

: EVENT appropriation, if no regular and J. O. Wfrle and wife all of sayr what you ar'"Iemo..t, Ripubli-I I tell them to be sum and see Kilaim-

( public building bill is passed by the : Bethany, Ohio., who hana' been thegLests can SouitSli t, B. U Moose' or what.,1 mee, itir it is a llVe place. If you .

DIXIE THEATER I piesent<< << session of congress.Vjy I \ of Obed Metzel and wife at not. I shoulil get out any of those post*.- P.. P
AT respectfully, Narcoossee for the pant ten days, Now I must q that -Mir leuiJatoiptIttve 'Jet nn know.

*C. A. CARSON I \ q'c"V }Itefl Monday for home. Mr. Wyle
r 1J') \ JNO. M. LEE I was at Narcooasee last spring and quirins a man to say of wrat, pat' your paper,. but was rather disap
:I" :THE PKTUHK 1 ; SHOWIM; THE DESTRUCTION II. C. STANFORD \ purchased ten acres of lajd, which he is. :alad I belurve if the\ people'( would/ pointed in not getting a description of

)tt "; )I. OF POMPKII! ': HKRfPTION \" I Committee of the Board of Trade, I hte had cleared;! and made this last refuftr. to taki- that oath an. demand j' the- Christmas. doings at Kktaimmee..
.., OF MT.! Kismrnmee, Fla.DUTTONHARRIS. trip to superintend the plan ting of| a vote and mlle= : a tet cast of it *at I' ffir' I heard that. that day in the South
; 1 and grapefruit grove on fair-minjed judge would dmiare
: an orange any vests celebrated as much as July 4tb
vEsuvirs.r the land. The entire party was do-" 1 it umconstituftonal inasmuch txt it I], was in the N rth. will clone now and]

: I CO. I January 24th brings the rareocce._ lighted witll.! this swction. and expect takes away u man'Kttiberty: of aOQon. i De-mam ever a well.wisher .f Kig.(BBi -
.. .... : .L to veturn here in the fall and w- There is .nly three thiags! requiredoffa *
-r "- -- 'Without doubt the most dramatic I ENDS A BUSY YEARWhen bion of hearing without charge, at the main permanently I voter. l"lrat.n oath that III' hat I Imee i. HENRY P. PORTER

.events in the history of the world was. : Pastime Theater at 11 a. m., one of I \ 'leen in'th State, and county the re ; 136 Sheldon St.,

: the destruction of Pompeii in 7!> A. D. 1 the greatest lights of this nation Rev. John Carley, of Sharon, Pa., and II ujtired' length of dime and that he is 10 t I Providence, R. I.

.. by a terrific eruption of the volcano of southern humorist, W. L. Home, of Bostcw:: Mass., are in I' citizen of' the United States and wi''J _
I i Mt. Vesuvius. Fifteen years previous W. A. Smith, B. C. Dutton I George R. Stuart, the city for a continued: stay, and uphold the conftitutioa: ; thMl1 far yr 4U, I: TilE POINT OF VIEW

this delightful city on the shore of the and .lack Harris pooled their money who keeps you in uproarious laughter will spend much of their time .enjoying I can go wnd no rtirthet,. if y oo do, y..u. i i Describing some of his experiences'in
Bay of Naples was rudely shaken and and business experience and purchased -' while showing your faults and weaknesses the pleasures of the lower water- abridge the rights (if the- citizen a!I 1 I
and Spain at the Authors' club dinner
of L. M. Whiddon,
; earthquake 1: the shoe store th-
partially destroyed by an ] and entertains white he teaches. route.. Mr. lJ rneis among voter.
: and the Inhabitants were just recover I later formed the Dutton-Harris Co., pioneer Northernemt in- this section Of course I think: I cun see what.. i'in London, Mr. E. Seligman, amateur

ing from the effects of it and rebuilding I there<< were a few of. the wise guys $16,458,000 GIVEN TQ FOREIGN having made his first trip to Kissimmee. the nature o/ the law i.V. i champion fencer of England, \! ted '

-', ,' their public buildings and beautiful -'' who said the "hoyn" might possibly I II MISSIONS LAST YEAR over twenty years ago in crwv- As it requires oue-fifth of the regis.1 I that a diminutive bullfighter known as
ff._ homes when the rage of Vesuviuswas hold out a year, but no surprise with W. A. McCool. He was I ..
of before
vented upon them. The volcano !I would be felt if they made a transfer 1 New York Jan. 1'X-Sixteen million pany at the' advance terexl votern a state to petition Minuto had on one occasion, with a

: for hour. poured fourth volumes of, of stock within six- months. {, four hundred and fifty-eight cowpletely.surprised Klssimmae- has made, and! stated it I :Pto: ;any by swearing party can as get t.a what ticket party out. his I companion, to kill six bulls Minuto'S

44ti' emoVe, hot flame. shot up to the heavens -; Well, that was a year Dutton-Harris ago this ', thousand dollars was given to foreign looked more prosperous than anjf city they hope to cut everything f ion: three were small bulls, but his friend
,- and a steady downpour of clouds I month, and today the missions by the Piotestant visited for many years. I
be had Florida Demo his bull. The-
this Stato of except the was injured by first
housoi : the United States and I
shoes of'
of hot dust, stone and lava kept falling Co. sell aa many as any churches Neither Mr Carley nor- Mr. flome I
; on the doomed city until it was I i in Florida in cities twice the size of i', Canada during 1913, according to a will return North until the beds be- cvats. |I big bulls towered over Minute, who

_ _ buried under twenty-eight feet of cinders . Kissimmee, and in every way have 'I 1 report submitted to tho foreign missions gin to appear, on the trees and the I I doubt if one other party can mus.. j asked for a chair, and, standing; upon

't stone and lava, and so completely 'made good all along the line. conference in session here. robins warble the gl.4 tidings ofspring. ter up one-fifth of the registered vot it, with his short sword killed the .

obliterated that all traces of its location i, Several months ago the company I The amounts given by the leading ers of the State? 1 .
tk even were lost for nearly seveni .. opened a branch store at Lakeland, denominations were as follows: Where A man is sworn as to wha Shortly afterward Mr.Seligmanlnvit..

teen centuries. Many of the inhabitants with Mr. Putton in charge, and we I Presbyterians __ _____u___$2,474.900 he is. Those are my views; elt us hav., ed Minute to accompany him in a small "
:i :i. .fc understand that it is the principal Methodists _. _'u 2,329,800Baptiata others. 'I: boat. Minute stood aghast- J
escaped but larger percentag i ------ -- -- MULOCII .
perished The eruption was accom-. store in the shoe line in that city. I I -________________ 1,776,300 SIR WM.WILL OPEN CLUB HOUSE Now I would say to the Democrat!. "Would have risk life"

t* led by frequent earthquakes and U> During the fail Mr. J D. Vtoodbeck, Episcopal .__ ._.-__,_., __, 823,600 legislators of the State and the Demo, you me my :
pan he said. "I have wife and child to I
managed tb'sI crstic all the State 01 p.
horrors terrible Stern i who had successfully Club have managers over
t a the Golf
eaddtto the of
''raged i i ) for hours. It happened whili Pastime Theater for two yean: sold L. C. Drlggs. of Waverly. Fla., The members Sir William Mulock chief Florida that the present administration support!"-London Graphic.: "
of the inhabitants were attendinj!!r his interest in that famous pay-) { spent Tuesday in Klasimme, renewing Canada who is wintering has created more new office
Vt at the amphitheatre an the Barnes Dutton-Harris Co. thereby the city. Mr. Drlggs is a former resident here! to officiate Maklnson- entertained : .
them so suddenly the;,r in the house and that distinguished money than the Republicans. Als MissDorothy
Upon club ,
y'' \iwere.came almost paralyzed with fear. Th...> strengthening) the firm both financially \ of this place, but had not been their new bal acceptedthe our high muck-a-muck went to higl a large number of her friends at a1' )
_ ,. .brouded in darkness. an city; was. Dutton-Harris Co. is otis, has been a constant reader of the invitation. would ask what cakes and fruitservedand
bad receded, so thai t Today the Now in conclusion were played cream ,
; ,
sea ,
the early date.
<.vea institutions ,. Gazette he stated that he was surprised' take plac, at an ..
financial ,
.. thousand who sought'escape by mean.i of the' firm solid, -' 'William' honored the, have you got to offer the Voters mon a general happy time was "
-. I."""L!,i la,their-; superstitious fear re 1_ >of,Kissimmee.. and 'will remain, 't at. the many i substantial im- next week. Sir member> yester: than any other party. that you woul: had by the-future;fathers and ,mow:

:of turned U. to th..it7'O17t0: be! destroy I::, ao .. '.&lone M. the, resont.'men ..ton"','provem nts that have* been' made' clubby becoming a want to swear him to stick to yot't''tr eel In Kissiromee.1. ... ,-' '-1.(i .'
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