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 30, 1914
Frequency: weekly
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 Subjects
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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00631
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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As almost every man in Osceola On Wednesday afternoon a conild- .'
pasfl few years offered suggestions to } formal opening of the Klsslmme ClubHouse .
the ounty commissioners as to best by Sir William Unlock Bart 'J\,
?, reTrnft over which to build a road from L. A. Hamilton in a few words,. introduced ,0 4'>4
Kissimmee to connect with the hard wt lion. H. Clay Stanford. "
road on the East Coast, we take the Mr. Stanford, after explaining the 'tf I
liberty of entering the list. object of the ., glow.1 \1;
As it is conceded that the convicts ing tlrbut to the services of Sir I .
employed by the county will be William in the matter of penny; : postage -
, placed at work on the road from this throughout the British Empire, '
city to Whittier as soon as they com- hy and to hit distinguished career, as
e plete the work they are now doing -t .1r chief Justice of one of the great,Canadian
creek road, we offej province, and 'ended
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the suggestion that they be put at the deep'appreciation and<< '
the job of building a road from Whit- RESIDENCE OF DR. M. J. HICKS. CHURCH STREET. I satisfaction of the member of the,

tier to the St. Lucie county line, a .. _ _ -. _-_ _ _ _ _ _ _H_ __ _ _ _ ____ _ _-. __ __ ___ _ . _ _ .-_ _ _ _ _-_ _ _ _ club and other present, in having so '.
distance of only about ten miles. noted a man as Sir William to formal. SI
And these are our reasons for Iy open the club. Ha then Introducedthe ,
Call For White
I offering the suggestion: MEETINGOF Primary ASKS A.C.L. speaker of the occasion.: ti3
, First--It is absolutely necessaryto Sir William in responding, in substance -
build a road from Kissimmee to spoke of the intense gratification
Whittier if we would retain the Election For City Offices he felt in being called" upon to ,
trade of that fast growing section open the club. H. considered that the ,
for this city, and also the people of BOARD -- TO RUN AN location of the building and ground' i,
" the lower part of" the county are en- situated a* It is on the chore of our. ,
. titled to a good road over which to I The city executive committee of the ballot as a candidate for any city of- beautiful lake, was an ideal spot for a,
travel to and from the county scat "white man's party" met yesterday fice shall file with the chairman of club of this character and expressed
by reason of the large amount of OFTRADE afternoon and formulated the follow this committee, on or before February EXTRA TRAIN his astonishment that such a magnlfl-1' i'
taxes they pay toward the general ing call for a "white man's primary:" j 24, 1914, his notice of candidacy and cent building could bay. been erected t;
V expenses of the county. The city executive committee of the application to have his name so printed as he had learned. at a comparatively ,
Second-St. Lucie county is already "white man's party" in the city of upon a blank to be furnished by low cost i ti
building a hard surface road Kissimmee hereby call and provide for the chairman of this committee and lie said that during his short 'visit'
from Sebastian to Fellsmere, and the Committee Appointed TO holding of a "white man's" primary accompanied by the amount of his assessment here he was astounded at the natural r'
owners of the Fellamerc tract have election, to be held in the city of Kis- as specified 'below and no To St. Cloud On Night Of wealth and resource of the country
entered into an honor agreement, simmee in compliance with the laws name of any such candidate shall be which he saw displayed on every side '+-
and arc carrying that agreement Outline Year's Work of the State of Florida, said primaryto printed upon or counted or return dif and araaied at the fertility of the soil;,
: into effect, to build a good road be held during the hours fixed by 1 printed upon any such ballot, un- February 20 that he had made a trip to the broad '
though its entire tract, which extendsto law for the holding of elections on leaa this provision shall have been Klssimme prairie, and was *o struck 't
within a distance of six miles of Saturday, March 7th, 1914, for the I 1 I complied with. with th. beauty and prospective wealthof
the western boundary: line of St. Lu- nomination of candidates for city elect- ||, Forth. of Ballot. the country, that he had invested
cie county, and there is not the least ADVERTISING COMMITTEE INSTRUCTED ive offices to be voted for at the gen- ';| The voting in said primary elections 'CA.. CARSON. CHAIRMAN OF largely and hoped some day to build a
doubt but what that county will con- TO AT ONCE BEGIN eral city election to be held in said [I shall be by first and second choice ballot TRANSPORTATION COMMIT. bungalow on the shores of Lake'Ma-. 8
tinue the good road to the line of our PREPARATION city of Kissimmee on Saturday March in compliance with the provisionsof rian. But, he said that a country be v 'ia
county if our commissioners will OF 28, 1914.Qualifications the State primary laws, and the MITTEE OF BOARD OF It ever so rich and beautiful, needs. )
make the short connection of ten miles PAMPHLET DETAILING of Elector: : j names of the candidates for each of- TRADE, ALWAYS ON people to develop it, and prophesied
with the road at Whittier., Those, and only those persons shall on the ballot in alphabetical order. that when Florida at,a'date not far
, Third-The amount of funds at the KISSIMMEE'S AD- bo permitted to vote at or participate on the ballo tin alphabetical. order. THE JOB. distant, possessed the population to v-:
disposal of the commissioner is limited VANTAGES., in the management of said primary]' Canvass of Return which it was 'naturally 'entitled it
and .should be used to the best election who are white elctors who j ,This committee shall meet at eight would become the banner State ej the
"' advantage) and for the benefit of the declare their adherence to the principle'o'clock p. m. on-the ,,7th day: of March: That lion.j C. Av Carson, chairmanof great United State of America.,
largest number of people. While there were only, a limited and organization of the "white man a"1 i 1914 in the city council chamber the ,Transportation Committee of lie said that, the Club House in '
', Mr. E. Nelson Fell who for years number present at the Board of Trade party in the city of Kissimmee, who the city of Kissimmee, and publicly I the Board of Trade i* ever-on the job, which .he now stood' world be the pi
was a resident of Osecola county and meeting Monday night still there was are by the laws of the city of Kissim canvass the returns, in accordancewith and never permits the opportunIties means of bringing people.to Klsiim.mee f
ene of its foremost citizens, but now i ortant business transacted. mee lawful electors, who have on or the primary election law of Flor pass to work for the interest of all who would spend money a happy
the principal owner of the" Fellsmere After number of communicationswere before February 14, 1914, paid their ida, and declare what candidates have our people as well a* for their convenience hour in fishing golfing boating and i
tract, is in the city, and during a most read, H. E. Swabey, the Board of poll taxes for the years 1912 and 1913, been nominated for each office voted i. fully verified by the following resting on the broad verandas .of the ;
pleasant conversation with the writeron Trade member of the committee to who have registered up to and including for, and the chairman and secretary letter to the superintendent of club overlooking the lake. .
Wednesday, made the !statement make a display of Osceola county exhibits March 6V 1914, and who pledge of this committee within two days this division of the A. C. L:. He said this was-not his first vUit'
that his company would at once take at the Mid-Winter Fair, reported themselves to abide by the result of thereafter shall certify the names of Sees. 30 to 37, inclusive, relates to to Florida; that he had been in an !
up the matter of building this' road that his committee had the said primary election and vote for the those candidates, receiving the nomination In alphabetical order on the ticket. other part of the Stat before but
with the St. Lucie county authorities, work well in hand, and urged the nominees thereof at the ensuing city for any oft ice to the city authorities Kissimmee, Fla., Jan. 27, 1914. was not altogether satisfied, and that t
and he had every reason to believe members to use their best efforts to- I election. I of Kissimniee as the nominees M r, M. Crown Superintendent, In his opinion Central Florida was the',
that the connection would be made if, wards getting private individuals to Qualifications of Candidates. of this party for the offices to Sanford, Fa.: finest portion of the State.
our commissioners would favorablyact I furnish exhibits.A Those, and only those persons, shall be voted for at the general electionto Dear Sir-As you doubtless know lie said he was enamoured of the w
on the matter. He stated that communicatino was read from G.I I be permitted to become candidates for be held March 28, 1914. the Fair Association at Orlando, will climate and the people here and *
the road through Fellsmere was being W. Oliver at Bartow, asking the Boardto offices to be voted for in said primary Assessments.For be in progress during the week including ticularly pleased with.the city of par Kie-
constructed of marl and shell which endorse a certain drainage measure elections who pledge themselves in the purpose of defraying the I February 20th. This year, ilmmee, its situation its cleanliness
came from the bottom of the big now pending in Congress. The secretary writing to abide by the result of said expenses of the primary election, Including Osceola county is co-operating with and its beauty; that during his short
drainage canal that ran the full length was instructed to write Mr. primary elections and support the the payment of inspectorsand this fair proposition, and hope to stay here he had had the honor to 'I f,
of Fellsmere, and' was proving a splen- ,, Oliver asking for a copy of the proposed nominees thereof; who are qualified clerks, printing of ballots, etc. make a creditable exhibit; and that be received In severalprivate home
did material. measure, the members not being under the laws of the State of Flor- the following assessments are leviedagainst quite a few of her people will attend. and there had met number of Inter.. '
:.. This road would put Kissimmee willing to endorse a bill of which they ida and city of Kixnimmee, to hold of- prospective candidates for February 20th has been designatedas eating and delightful people He'also a
practically on a direct line to the East were unacquainted.The fice. the various offices to be filled. Osceola County's Day. The probability said that he Was much impressed with, '
Coast, and within less than a day'srun advertising committee was instructed List of Offices To Be Filled. Mayor, three dollars. iff that quite a number of our the good order and freedom from law., .
of the hard surface road that to work in conjunction with Each elector in the city of Kissimmee Clerk, three .dollars.u people will go on that occasion. It i is lessness which prevailed in; this'etty
e- rune from Jacksonville to Miami. Anyone the fair committee to the end that anexti' qualified to vote in said primary treasurer, three dollars. understood that a great many of the and in the surrounding country-that: \ '
,i. wishing to make a cross-state run election shall have the right to vote in Marshal and tax collector, three
number of copies of the fair catalog people from St. Cloud are preparingto he wa convinced the people of this }?
would take this route, and said for dollars. I
in autos I could be printed' for one of the primaries : go. Am sure a great many more part of Florida had within them a deep;
we venture the assertion that the Board. One candidate for mayor. Members city council one dollar. would attend if they had some means and abiding respect: for the law.
number'would run into the thousands I A request having been received from One candidate fof clerk. Inspectors of getting home after the arrival of out which no country could ho per wtu.'t-
during the year. Kissimmee being the Gasparillas at Tampa to render One candidate for treasurer. The followin inspectors and clerk train No. 85, which gets here at 7:15: advance, and wa* no doubt largely due
the largest city on the route from the I what aid possible to make the carni- One candidate for marshal and ta'C are hereby designated to conduct the the night of the 20th. to the enforcement prohibition law*. I t
be
would naturally collector. said election.
to coast primary
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val a success, the secretary was instructed Please advise If cannot In conclusion Sir William said that r
you arrange
basis of supplies for both man and | Two candidates for members of city Inspectors-G. C. Livingston, H. 1'ie :
to write the association to have the Sugar Belt train run out hoped to be able top.ss some of
saying
machine, the profits/ from Which would council for two each. N. Bratton, J. M. Johnston J.
years ; clerk hi.
that Kissimmee would declining in this and
the' leave noth- after the arrival of No. 85 for the :year county u
times the first Five members of the executive W. Prentis.
pay ten over year ing undone to carry its end of the com- benefit of the St. Cloud people and enjoy the society of the friends he had
of
connection ;
cost of making the short log. mittee for one year. G. H. NEWHOUSE those along the line, that they may made while here. He''then declared
ten miles. Time for Qualifying. Chairman.W. .
!i One of the most important actions go home after spending the day at the Kissimmee Club House to-be form'f
The people in this county have Each person desiring to have nis C. BASS,
the fair at Orlando. This will be aUyopened.
the taken Was the appointing of a committee very
hoarse during the
talked themselves name printed on primary election Secretary.
of composed of W. B. Harris, J. -- greatly appreciated, and we feel that Mr. L. A. Hamilton followed with a E
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past building a good years road from here to the ,,:, D. Woodbeck and B. Dickerson, to j I it would enable us to carry a much few appropriate remark and called Y
and out a plan of work for the Boardto larger body of people than otherwisewe for a handclap: for Sir which
thousand map
East Coast, and a one WilUamr 4
routes have been proposed, but this j perform during the coming year. One Step Taken In the I could carry, to the fair, in Orlandoon was heartily given. {n Mrs
Hamilton's
A to usrto bathe most preI I This is a matter that should receive that day. name, invited every' one
one ferable appears because iris the shortest, the much consideration before'final adoption -, Please advise if this can be present to repair to his home where '
cheapest., and the most direct. i as there is a wide difference of Direction of White Way: arranged. the gathering) wa delhrbUulIr.enter
tained 'by Mrs.
Yours
We; hope the commissioners at their opinion a* to what particular thing truly ,
meeting; Monday will take this mat- should first receive the attention of C. A. CARSON. with tea andrefreshments.PRESIDENT 5

ter under consideration, and not defi- both thecity and the people gener\ I
nitely decide upon a route until they ally. There is no question but whata POST WITH FIVE GLOBES PLACED AT CORNER OF BROADWAYAND REGISTER BEFORE : -
have gone exhaustively into the subJect "White Way" on Broadway, a new EQUAL I ,
dock or canal and bulkhead ing the DARLINGTON A AVENUE IN FRONT OF CITIZENS BANK.It I 5 b
I lake front .are: three improvements MONDAY, MARCH 2ND FRANCHISE LEAGUE, t
that should be made with the least I ...
PAY POLL TAXBEfORE delay, but there are other of less importance is only one step but it's a long' here six weeks ago. It is about the -
that should be undertaken as step on the road to "White Way" on prettiest piece of furniture ever It costs you nothing to register. Next Tuesday evening, February'8rd "' ,

FEB. 14TH soon as condition warrant, Broadway. 1 brought to Kissimmee, and has converted Then do so before another sun sets:, Mrs. W. J. S. Carr and Mr*,, H. ;
i The -question of digging another Monday a gentleman arrived in the : that popular corner from night It is barely possible :you will neglect W. Boice entertain at the Chapter
drainage ditch in the western part of, city and asked permission to erect a 1 into day. And to make it still more this most important,act of good citi-':, a
;. the city was called up by AS.., Nelson post at the corner of Broadway and attractive the gentleman had the en- tenshlp until it i is too late and a man;, House. .
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> Too often people tnt off doing important he claiming that such ditchwould Darlington avenue at the top of tire post painted silvery white in without a vote Is in as bad a fix a* a i Mr*. L. A. Hamilton president:of
::' thing until the last moment, add much to the value of property inn 1 which would bo five globes, four of keeping'with the immauclata white man without a country.All the Equal Franchise League,of Toron-:. ,
: and some delay until the gate close that section a* well as preventing the' sixty and one of one hundred candle globe at its top. that Is 1 ,required of you 1. top to. Can, will address the peopl. alone
and that will be the case: with aU who possible' overflow of the large truck, power old post to. be used to demonstrate The post i* identical with those'the to the registration offcer of yotir district -: the line of The .Woman's .Move
,do-not pay their poll tax before February gardens In that section. The matterwas to our people how that beau- same nrm 1*. putting along the ,; write your name and political' ment. : \f.
14 with voting at the referred. to the committee) that' tiful thoroughfare would look pro:' "White Way" in Lakeland and is part)" with which you affiliate al Doubtless It willbe very :entertain., .
J.. election to beheld on March,28. will outline: a plan of wprk for the vided there were a dosen or fifteen on said to cost about fifty dollars set up book provided for that purpose). IT hedaythe inc and instructive .to those who embrace '
city ,
on the collector, and come across Board during the coming year. I each block. and ready to have the light turned first Monday in March' -i* the opportunity to be present* ,:
sr with your money. and then you will i At the next meeting the annual election Permission was readily given and on. rapidly approaching, and lest you get There will be music and other:d..t' '
.l' ,4' feel as though you haxl.the .right to of officers will take place and it when on Tuesday night the light wa As the'matter of eonvertingBrnadContinued' busy soon the old boat will *wlng out lightfol at&nactiona.:1: which a: fc j : ,
stand on the-corner and'discuss'the I Ii 'is hoped that every member who possibly turned on it attracted more attention Into the stream: and! ',,1 leave, youStranded prove Instrumental ;"lit:'"filling, . <..""
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Prose Poem WILL ,STAMP OUT HOG COLERAGOVERNEMNT .
Written the Gazette "
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,By Mr. J. H. Bull of Colchester New York ".: MAKING EXPERI- .
"\ J :1'{ MENTS ALONG .AT LINE IN 'I I have sold one-half interest in my Jewelry businessand
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ry1i : shone but it dark with INDIA'NA..MISSOURI.IOWA have to reduce the stock $5,000.00. ''This MUST
Have :you heard of our wonderful out, was eo AND NEBRASKA. agreed ;
cold the niggers all about We didn'tlike ;
7 ff. visit down South to escape the ,
; and the snow and the drouth ItWas it much, only stayed two nights.I be, done by February 15th and in order to I accomplish this
planned! one day when the skies Just give me the city where they are Washington, D., C., Jan. 29.-The I ,
were and I had influenza and most all whites. Then on to Jack- Department of Agriculture, duringthe I am putting the knife in from 10 to 50 per cent Our .
didn't graf...y. The November windit sonville we hied and some of our I past year. hag been conducting .

raged and it blew, and I acid to my friends there abIde. We called upon campaigns in Indiana," Missouri, customers all know that we mark our goods in plain figures
husband, this will ''never do. Lets them and they gave gave us. cheer 'Iowa and Nebraska to control the -
J :you and I go South in the land of the and urged us to visit them again contagious disease of hogs Icnbwm as
t pines' and live where it's warm and next year. Main street Hotel Wav- I "hog cholera" by means of anti-hog- I so that every one can tell the price. During this sale

w the sun always shines; where the erly was where we hung out--spent I cholera serum and farm quaarantines. I
flowers are in bloom all the year our Christmas there- -had a real tur- |j In one county (Petti county, Missouri every article in the store will have a Tag on with the reg-
round, and trees loaded with oranges key dinner and heard the shout, and ), where there was a loss of 18
'most cover the ground. We have bell ringing, and fire cracker snap I per cent in 1911 and 25.6 per cent in ular price and sale price. No doubt there are some goods''
worked 'long and hard and we're dynamite torpedoes placed on the 1912 of all hogs raised, there wall
growing: old. Our children are hap- track. All the noise that's possible only a loss of 14.7 pet cent up to here that you have looked at and know the regular price
py and we have some gold. Let's go and the playing of the band, is cele- November 1913. This decrease was '
down and spend it and have a good brating Christmas .down in Dixie due to the use of the serum, which i but did -not feel could afford to buy. This sale will
time. We'll live longer and better Land. By trolley car we went one I: although not used there by the de you
i and escape this cold clime. So, with day to an Ostrich Farm two miles partment'a agents until August, 1913,I '
been within
what
''moral periuasion, at length he said away, where they raise the birds, and : materially reduced the lost. About put you've wanting so badly your reach. -1-t

f "Yes," and w* arranged to get started they showed us the :way they grow 60,000 I hogs were raised during the I Ii
in one month or Ie... We packeda the feathers for hats .so gay, and past year and of the 10,000 that died
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big trunk and we crowded our grip, there we saw alligators, thousands, 'of' the hog cholera only about 1,000 ,
and the fifteenth of December saw we were told, from the age of three were lost after the active use ..f serum Sale Feb. 2 and Continues Two
weeks four hundred old. I' Opens Monday Weeks 3 3It
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us off on our trip. We laughed! like years and quarantine measures were .I ,
school children and appeared to be Twas a beautiful city, we liked it inaugurated. I
; gay', but the tears would come whenwe much, but dreadful asthma still kept I In every county where these rneas- I i Will Par You to Attend This Sale and Bay Your Wedding aid Xmas Gifts for the Next Year
went away and left our dear ones its clutch, so we traveled on down to gun after the disease' had continued
., r, at home alone, while we started out Saint Augustine, stopped with Mrs. I I urea were employed, even though be- I I
the world to roam. We met friendson Masters, ten thousand dollar home, its ravages for some time, there was
the train who wished us "God- grand and clean. Went to the great less loss from hog cholera than in Every article sold at this sale will be fully guaranteed '

speed," and many great pleasuresand city water works and the artesian I either of the two preceding years. as represented just the same as would if bought at any ',
every real need. We met friendsat wells. Runs a million and a half I In addition to its great function asa i
the "Branch" we had not seen in gallons in a day, and impels you to preventive, it has been found that I II r other time. If you have not been one of our customers, ask

:years, from Roxberry, on errand so wonder how it keeps coming throughall I the anti-hog-cholera serum would some one that is what Cole's guarantee means. r
sad, in black and in tears. One dear the decades, but it's warm, and it cure a large proportion of hogs in
friend entertained we've know. smells like, and tastes like, it came '' ,, -
us; 'the early stages of the disease and
; her in the past. She feasted and straight from Hades. Visited Fort render them immune after recovery. The business affairs of the present firm of C. A. Cole

cheered UI, and saw us off at the Marion, of historical fame. One feels However, if .hogs are not treated by must be settled by February 15th, and if you are indebted . ",'
last. A delightful ride to Middle- awe in their heart at sound of the this serum, from 75 to 100 per cent :
: town, which we reached at four, I think, name. It's great stone bastion, and of all affected herds die. This serum to the firm kindly call and settle at once. 't. ,
fe and Brown's Hotel is the place to stairway, the lower and the court. so far as known, is the only -'
stop if your pockets are full of Immense, rooms with iron bars, and thing that will prevent the disease To our out-of-towii customers that cannot attend this sale A },
chink. The floors are tile, and you the lookouts with holes called port. Of hops actually Rick when treated ,
don't walk up, you simply step inside I| Saw where cannon were stationed the department's inspectors lost write us your desires and we will take care of them promptly ;
and are carried aloft more easily and the old well that quenched thirst, hut -i.!S per cent during the past sum- and give you full benefit of sale prices.
now than as tho' you stepped I and the wonderful arch-way, wherewe mer. Of well hogs in diseased herds, ,, '.
'. handsome and wide. We went about registered at first. Attended the I.K! )per cent died after being treated \ '
some to see the sights-streets, build- I church of our Fathers, a grand and and l of hogs in exposed herds less We pay express or mail charges, on mail orders. We'll .r 'k

b ings and homes and the beautiful I beautiful house, but everyone was as than 1 per cent died after being inoculated both be the loser if you fail to attend this sale.
lights. Took a morning train out of cold as tho' they'd taken a douse. with the serum. In an infected :
e Middletown and reached the Hudson I Just a few of the elect came in herd there is always a certain .. I ')
r at nine, and sure it's a grand old through the door, and the seats were' I proportion of hops that are well.
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river, but the Delaware for mine. I'I so high, our feet didn't touch the I The inspector examines the hogs
'; had seen moonlight on the Hudson, floor. We went out to the restless when he arrives, takes the temperature '"j l
but this was a new regime. The ocean and with awe gazed more and of all\ hogs in the herd and separates C. A. COLE'
sunlight on the Hudson gives chance more. We wandered on the beach I the sick from the well. The 1
for a grander theme. It shimmered "gathering up the shells from the temperature is an indication of the
across the wavelets from away in shore." We saw the' mighty waves I sickness. The temperature of a sick I,

the distant blue, and the grand old ever moving hither and yon, and hog, unless the hog is near death, JEWELER and OPTOMETRIST I } r
hills and the castles gave a beauti- "every little wavelet had its white I wil (Irun above '04 degrees and sometimes ,
ful, beautiful view. So we journeyed cap on." Went to Anastasia lighthouse I as high as 107 degrees or 108 A
to New York City-didn't even and loitered there some whiles, degrees F. Kissimmee, Fla. t (
to smile took for the where the great white beacon throwsit's I I '
stop ; a car I :Some; states are engaged in the ?
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Pennsylvania terminal, the grandest light twenty-five miles. Five manufacture of serum to cure this f vj ;":rr
: place on the Isle; then on for Phil- men to care for the place and the (1 disease." This serum requires special / "I,
adelphia, the old city of blow Quaker whole fine plan, and live in beautiful treatment to preserve its quality "< \.
fame but sure they ought to change homes provided by "Uncle Sam." We I and a qualified man to produce it. ld
p it now, for they hustle just the same. visited the wireless station and saw Sufficient serum to treat an average : 4
The City Hall attracted me; magnificence the wonders' there; the wires and hundred-pound hog costs about thirty -----
spells the name. The sculpture mysterious apparatus, and was told | cents at a liberal estimate. The
The splendor of her sunsets! the s.ll-I
c and the beauties make other piles about the currents of the air. Saw I treatment is by hypodermic injec- LONGS TO RETURN TO I WINTER: VISITORS : I
seem tame. Next Wanamaker's took them talk to Charleston four hun- very moonlights, too,
.? our eye, the store of world-wide dred miles and three, and the message tion.The department in initiating its SUNNY KISSIMMEE The. dancing, flickering fire-flys; cocks ARE ENTERTAINED! ); }
fame Six thousand clerks, nine was: "Have you anything for campaign against the devastating crowing the whole night through.
stories up/ we' walked till we were me?" Saint Augustine was beauti- hog disease has only been able to.
lame. Eight,, floors we climbed, 'and ful, still we kept the downward commence in a few of the districts Her golden laden fruit trees; her gar- I :
the wonders grew, it seemed likes i,I trend; finally reaching Kissimme where the cholera was the most ,WHERE THE BEST PEOPLE ON dens full of "sass," BY MISS NINA'BRATTON AT HER
fairy land.' 'Twas Christmas, time, where -we thought our travels wouldend. widespread and where the active cooperation EARTH LIVE AND SICKNESS Better than snow and ice-bergs to a HANDSOME HOME IN NORTH .J.t,!
and ,the immense crowds, and the But no, the restless spirit possessed of the State was offered in I i IS THE EXCEPTION. KISSIMMEE. ;t
playing: of the band, made such a us day by day, so onward still enforcing the ordinary quarantine frozen northern lass. "
I storm of revelry and such a blaze of we journeyed to the great city of measures, etc. 1 Her splendid class of people are -
light, that we were glad when quiet Tampa. Put up at Hotel Millera I The object of the department has Heading, Mich., Jan. 11, 1914. friendly as can be, Miss Nina Bratton, of North Kis, '
i, came in the silence of the night. place so clean and fine, that we would been to endeavor to' control the dis- Mr. S. J. Triplett, Editor Valley Gazette ; The winter climate beats simmee, delightfully entertained a
,, Finally on to Baltimore, a city where fain have rested there until the end ease and if possible, to eliminate it Kisimmee, Fla. funny snow company of young people Saturday "
k doctors grow but we were very well, of time. Sixty-eight thousand peo from the country. To secure this end I and ice for me. evening in honor of the Noble young t
!a thank you, had need of none I trow. so the records tell, live their the best efforts of the farmer himselfare Dear Sir: Looking out of my win- The people from Vinton, Ia., who with .'
'harm of Florida is
greatest the
We went to the Mercy Hospital and joys and sorrows and in that ctiy necessary. The campaign against dow on a vast expanse of snow, and their parents have rooms at Mr. and ,
saw some silly nuns, and the darkies dwell. And we walked and rode andhustled this devastating sickness during 1913 ice-covered walk, my mind naturally life in the open air, Mrs. Hratton's pleasant home. The "/ i
? on the street were thick as Uncle with the varying throng; and was planned in the territory-: selected- Venders back to Kissimmee Where rheumatiz and aches and pains hours passed away very quickly with 4{ '
Sam'ls guns. We didn't tarry long saw many wondrous beauties as we I along these lines. (I sunny are cases rare. games. Mrs. Bratton, assisted by
here, but traveled to Washington, they moved along. Went to Port Tampa, 1. The education and organizationof and the pleasant but short life my And very I'm little Anna Noble, served light refresh J :
< most beautiful city I ever saw, the to Ballast Point, and say, we the farmers in the districts selected husband and I spent there among the some day hoping to wander ments. Those who enjoyed Miss ,
:' loveliest under the sun. The depot could never tell you all the things we to be carried out primarilyby finest people that ever lived. Am back to stay Nina's hospitality were: Misses Patricia (G
g there is Mid to be the finest in the saw along the way. We went on I the State College. I Where coal fires and flannels are not Noble, Nellie Noble, Helen .
;i wishing I might spend last
world and the wide board steamboat my days Jones, Cecelia Overstreet Ruth Clark
streets ,
great a one sunny sum- 2. The enforcement of sanitation needed any day. _
.that stretch away where thousands of mer day, and crossed over to St. Petersburg and restrictive regulations by the in that soft warm air of the "sunshine" Ella May Gilbert and Messrs. Leon
+f= auto whirL Saw statues, and parks, by way of Tampa Bay. State veterinarian. state, where sickness is the exception Then hurrah! for sunny Florila, queenof Noble, Paul McKee, Paul Marks, Earl t'
*.and trees and flowers, and wonder- And we found a beautiful city, and 3. Active supervision by the Bu- i| not the rule. My kindest and best the winter time, Buzza, Harold Bucza, Clyde Buzza:
fill We did the millionaires live there. You and Vincent Goodrich.TAYLOR.
wits Capitol can almost reau of Animal Industry of the department -1 wishes to all old friends. Where foliage and fruit trees
ODe day: guide to tell u, things. feel the money floating in the and the inoculation of diseased my are : r
to Spent an hour in the Supreme Courtof air. As far as the eye could see, we herds and exposed herds with Very respectfully, I working over-time. _
the United States. Chief Justice saw the great white way called the an .Whit presided; saw Justice Hughes street, stretching away till it seemed co nty in each state was selected i summer skies,
..ln; the row with his other mates. i to be where earth and sky must meet. as a unit and the method of workin I A TRIBUTE TO FLORIDA I Where life is worth the J ;
Went In the Senate Chamber when : Saw atatutes, flowers and fountains.I that county was, briefly, for the living-time t'
r' ''HIt'"was' in session. Perfect silence I and waters where the gold fish : State College to secure the cooperation I [By Mrs. C. W. Fleming] never lags but flies.

k waa' the law. otherwise a transgresfeSion. dwells. We walked through shady i of intelligent, active farmers in : Florida, land of sunshine and grand
i'i( The Whit* House too fit grottos made up of ocean shells. The each township in the county. These ADVERTISED LETTERS.
'T abode,for our great Nation' chief parks were full of people, the city men were called volunteer assistants I old ocean's breeze, :i
'and the Congressional Library: beautiful band was there to play. We heard and they were to keep in close Florida, land of flowers and golden
'. and brand beyond belief. Up some old home songs and the last communication with the department's fruited trees; Remaining in the Postoffiee at Kis

t ,;In, the Washington Monument five was America. We saw the sun set Inspector stationed in that area, I hear the breezes sighing the simmee Uncalled For, SELLS
y among
hundred feet or more, we viewed the over the sea when we took the boat keeping him informed of conditions
.. nation' city and saw wonderfulv for home and the air was soft in and securing statistics concerning the I stately pines, February Advertised 9th,Hat 1814.Anderson. for. week ending --
v thins galore. We went out to the the moonlight and we saw no ocean hog industry In this manner conditions -,O'erhead. the songbirds' warbling comes (
RanMitchell.. Mr. 25 lit. Good Rke______ _____ ,
.Navy. Yard and aboard the President foam. Also we went to Bartow-- were pretty well learned in the I often to my mind. tlolph Crestlne. $1.00
fb s s :yacht, and the courtesy of the wen entertained at the McRory territory under Inspection. When an Alcom. Homer Nettle '.
u boys;; : in.blue proclaimed them gentlemen Hotel. A very nice house a strag- outbreak of hog cholera was report :I, The mockingbird's tuneful note in Ilaaa.;.. Ruth. Newton.'; ,Henry Frank.J. 100 Ibs. Good Rice__________ 35 j
))9; on the spot. Saw an old hulk gling town, but maybe I ought not to ed the department's. inspector went to I I I early morn we hear, Ba.Haas.. Mlia Will Raile. Nelson. J. H. rl r
r of. a cannon which belonged to the tell. Met a friend of our friends, a that outbreak and saved all the hogs :|:The jackdaws and the quails "more.Wet" Brooks .Mra Mat- Rogers Park. J. "R.',thony. 3 Pkjt. Corn Flakes________ 25c .
ft ship Maine raised out of Havana courteous gentleman who made life tie. ,
r good ; he could by treatment with serum. Sharpe Bid.
Harbor:: -a relic 'twill always much pleasanter for us all the time' As the disease Is very easily transmitted 'i I are always very near. Cox.kw-N-1VIIIte. Slplin. ..C.lk.. 2$ Ib-boz Fancy California J r
4 remain.' WIL., ,w* could 't tarry we stayed. Thousands of groves of he then protected all herds in !Magnolia trees and roses sweet scented Kdwards.: James. Smith.(2)) Mra J. P. Peaches ,pe 'b- ._____ 10V c '' "
;longer, our trend was always oranges through this sunny Southern the immediate vicinity by inocula- | on the air- talrcloth. John. Tynon, Mlaa NelFraEler. \
jt '(down, w we hastened on. our journeyto land are being striped of theirbeautiful tion. The idea was to form a zone The orange trees in blossom, no : Miss. T. fy Jda He.Ounn. Bar- ISc Can Pork and Beans____ 10c15c :;! \
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Thompson
find old Richmond town. Twas fruit, and its all done by of immune animals around the infected | perfume llarrlo. Mrlt. Clara. ney. ;. t
.there we went to see an old English hand. Acres and acres of great centers. J I can compare. Jlowelln. Mr*. Mln- Thomson. Walter. Heuu' Sour Pickets___--_ lOe f
convict hip. Well worth the money truck gardens extending over the Hog cholera is caused by: a ge'mthat The lovely clinging, Spanish Johnaon.nle C Rpbccca. Warner Mra.
,i'' it cost 118 to take the little trip. Saw mead, In January are like ours in exists in the blood. it is an festoons old moss Lee, Charll Warldlle.Julie. O. The Most Up-to-Date Methods.. Yj k
the .
; the wonderful wax figures and the. June-seems funny to me indeed. organism apparently so small that I oak trees, Love. n..-.. S N. Wesley 8. C. \ i.
Sri <,I cells.and the whole old place, but 111 But now we're in Kislsmmee and I the most powerful microscopes do not Swaying: gracefully at every turn, Mora Loving... MI Fred.>R Ida M. WH.on.valev. Ella.S. O. Tie de..eat..d best assorted i:
r" tell you more about it when I meet think weln settle down for in all our show it. However, it is easy to I fanned by the gentle breeze. Miller Kobcrt.Vllllame., Bro. stock in Kissimmee. You are invited
you face to face. Then we took the wanderings this is the nicest town demonstrate its presence by inoculating ] -, to investigate Free Premium
i train at one a. m and rode wearily we've found. Kissimmee'a dry: no a small part of the blood from a B. B. SIMPSON our
i ''on our way; and when morning drunkenness, and a very fine p ace. Kick hog into a well one, which pro- ;| the careless farmer is more apt to Postmaster. Scheme.Taylor's.
dawned 'were 1 riding still but were Wide paved streets where autos spinat duces the hog cholera. have the disease among his hogs than
tniles and miles away: and we rode a legitimate! pace. There are Hog cholera ,I. a disease which the careful one, the disease some KXCKPTIONAI -at-- ;
all day: through tho land of cotton,and beautiful buildings-brick. woodor seems to be stopped to a degree by times occurs where the conditionsare The ,. j,
tho' the, fields were brown w* could concrete and lovely real- the' frosts of winter although frost sanitary. It is hoped that the that Chicago Record-Herald relates
ee* the sandy bottom. Down through dences along many a street. A great cannot be said to stop a case after it work may be extended gradually un- the ladywaa talking to the
the Carolina much of the soil is cad, red brick court house and grand has taken hold of its victim. However I til the disease is completely con- aeroplane demonstrator. "I wish youwouadn't
//4 'land the'eaYflta and brick. But show churches .galore. Very: fine school it seems to prevent the rapid trolled or eliminated. The fact that husband."try to sel Ian alrahlp to my
ho,,- .ea. the buildings and many: a store. Two spread of the disease.. The result is ho gcholera is carried not only by The 8
lA are vast weary: stretches all down papers are printed so I am told and that In a spring time the affection is the hogs themselves, but by birds, madam f"Because aaleeman. "And why not.

Pf:..... ;the 'line, just sparsely: covered with the news they contain .ts as food as as a rule at the lowest ebb but increases dogs, streams and even on the feet he Isn't,to be trusted with
iw 'scrub: oak: and latiOD' it means gold. Now i my story ,is ended, perhaps rapidly from that time until of men going' from one farm to another It." ,
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'S portimlty. :yet unborn. I not told in full but 111 bid fall. snows how necessary it is that air :' )
:you "But. madam, on mew machines *
wondeKwfll' { it be. reclaimed ere Hoc cholera does not seem to affect th ecampalgn be thorough and that all *
t r. 1 Gabriel';"blows.' .hi* ,horn 1 wehr wet good-bye., any particular breed of hog more farmers exert their best efforts to fool-proof. llut 424 Broadway. Phone 250. .
i' -Xxeacbed'Savannah'! '. 'wh n ,th I cbta MRS. J. H. BULp than another: and while generally I I assist in the work. haven't"Ordinarily met ,my perhaps.b .baD4.." \ '': yon QUICK DELIVERY /'

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, 3 Washington, D. C.,Jan 28.The importanc V .k 1 (By WINFIELD JONES.) ,

m ,to the farmer of ,having an Washington D. c., Jan.'23.Solid.t t;

;lo w economical farm house has been emphasized i tot. Folk, of the State-Department, ha.<
tho
architect of
the farm
Department by of Agriculture.. who Inch Flows been obliged' to rebuke a local juitic
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of the Flavfor overreaching -)
etaeta that the mental and physical peace authority
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fitness of the laborers both within the I, a ., w) ni, "of*extradition without ootl-<
''s house and in the fields are vitally affected t Iwf 1 question who' administerthe
.c the officials
by the building that affords the Artesian 1I Four suiting foreign affairs of the United
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r family shelter. The average American -- States. ,
farm home has failed to share in - -' I
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{ I the that day I Cuban olficlab. it is stated; sought.
improvements are every . ,
, -... the extradition ,of one of 'their nationals

1 and being, according made in agricultural to the architect conditions, is a Well.. ", I Hundred. who fled to Florida after committing -.

'' i rebuke to our boasted civilization. r . '< \ I + ,: a crime in Cuba., The' fugitive ,
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arrested and haled before
Relatively, he th / f \ 6l (. I" a t was
1 -;.'...., a century ago with says her replace cooking '" ,, 1 Tampa justice., State Department
officials first heard of the ,
f NearKissimmee I proceedings-
and cabin better providedfor
log was Gallonsa
through a letter from the Justice saying *
; than is the housewife today. ,
j that in accordance with the term.
r! .t I The most important building on a (: \ aY i of the treaty, between the United'
is the home. The health, t :
farm com- ; I States and Cuba he had turned ever
fort and happiness of the family are . \. 1 Minute the prisoner to the Cuban authorities
t dependent upon its construction and ,-- I Solicitor Folk' has written the 'iusJ
:r equipment, and unless these mattei : \\1 tice that while the treaty doe admit,

k an looked after the sanitary dairy '' I1 of the reading accorded it,, the State
to: brn Or the economically constructed Department usually lakes' hand ,in
.{ ,. t>\iIdinge for stock,are of little value. : k such affairs. No International embarrassment .,

J, Happiness and contentment in the .1 will arise from the incident, .,
tx family are as essential to efficient : \ however, as the prisoner ag eed to re-'j
l' service as improved tools and outbuildings. \ turn to Cuba voluntarily it is ..w.. ,
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'1: # Although the housewife spends, in : '-- "The late 'Bob' Taylor, with one \

J. many cases, a life-time in her "work- "' .,\ \ exception, was the only man,\1,
'I shop," the kitchen and the family ..' heard who could arouse a *\ ev'frt.

: rooms, she is not, at a rule, capable esP r- I banquet crowd Into animation,"
f: of planning a house'in the highest. degree 'I Sig M. Goodman a businessman of-
l'' serviceable and comfortable Baltimore who is here. JRepresenta! *.

I I,' ,' without assistance. Her help, how i J. tive Frank Clark of Florida. It the, ;.
l, ever, is essential to the farm architect r t ri exception," be continued. "Last Monday -.
I as the result of his plans moat night in Baltimore, Mr. Clark wasprogrammed
vitally concerns her. ] as one of the speakers
In 1910 a Western farm paper, at at the annual dinner of the Society of '

the suggestion of the Department of I Confederate Veterans, of MaryUndU t
'''c I Agriculture. conducted a competition For more than forty years.-since- ,

:, -e, for farm house plans. About 660/ ,,, .. - ___ _ .h'.. '- 1871-the late James Y. Kernan, Of I ,.
plans of farm houses were submitted Baltimore, gave an annual dinner ton ,'
pet notion of the housewife. Screened- than the 1 h
V' ft.. not one of which was fully satisfac kitchen UNITED STATES HOW I er magnitude and commemorate Lee's birthday Mr.. l\\, ; !
In porches, sleeping porches, STORMS
, I '} tory. The larger number insisted on double or triple windows, storm itself. Some of them, how Kernan died last-year, but his executors -
1":0.: some particular pet notion and emphasized and kitchen conveniences uri ever, travel completely around the carrying out his custom, repeated
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'k 4 J'I a single feature to the neglect fine economical features which even i BUREAU OFEDUCATION FROSTS AND FLOODS world. the banquet this year. There '
;I of other important ones. The men the smallest house plans may well To keep tab on cold waves that were numerous speakers and as i*
t\\' and women who familiarize themselves consider. Separate dining rooms for come into the United States from usual on occasions of this klndthaw)
6-' with the work to be done and then families that generally eat in the Canada and Alaska, the ,Weather Bu- were some speakers who took no heed!'
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apply themselves to the single task of reau studies the Canadian weather of the fleeting hours and they,,talked
i ,i kitchen are less important, as arc AREJORECASTEDRY ,,. ,".
. i fI devising means, are the ones who "parlors" These separate rooms reports. England sends reports from and talked. 1 1 -
may
'i ':t. ''with the co-operation of the farmers have complete systems of plumbing, Iceland, the British Islands and Continental "When in the early hours of the
v. and their wives, can best handle the heating and lighting which involve Europe, and daily reports mornnig Mr. Clark was called tiponv }'
f, farm house problem. I additional The kitchen is IN SEARCH FOR OLD BALLADS U. S. WEATHER BUREAU come from St. Petersburg on the con- to speak he demurred, because lie believed -

One of the most important details the most important expense room in the farm I ditions lit Russia and Siberia. that the rest of the diners were ,

>\'.' regarding the average American farm house. The same business-like system I as tired as he was. The toastmaster .
' 'r'. house is that it must be 'inexpensive CONVINCED: : THAT MANY POJ'u-1 used in tracing the track of a storm J. Fred C. Talbott, however inside ; t
l The, average annual net Income of a For the average farmer economy L\R ENGLISH:: AND FORECASTER FORETELLS is applied in determining the arrivalof that Mr. Clark speak and within' .
+) \, farmer today after deducting five percent bars a room especially reserved for THE COMING OF DISTURBANCES frosts. ,minute after' he had begun, he ,; had
BALLADS OK OLDEN TIMES
+t less weddings and funerals. A back stair- aroused
Yj interest on his investment, is the banqueters to a pitch of
: than $400. This does not mean that way in small houses is an unnecessary SURVIVE IN TillS IN BUSINESSLIKEWAY. Flood forecasts are made in much enthusiasm almost marvelous.,,: It-' .
'I the
the houses may not be attractive. luxury. Large halls which are never COUNTRY.Washington same way. Information ae.to seemed that he struck a responsive- t
They may, if intelligently planned used to live in, but merely as thor- the amount of rainfall at the headwaters chord for he certainly awakened( those

with the help of vines, shrubs, and I II' oughfares, are a feature which can be of streams that cause floods sleepy Marylanders as no other,speaker
trees become the prettiest spots in the I dispensed with in the interest) o( a D. C., Jan. 24.-A national are covered by telegraphic reports of the evening had done" '
! J landscape, and more beautiful and in smaller outlay of money. search for old ballads has been Washington, D. C., Jan. 22.-Many sent by local observers. As this rain
t expensive than the crowded city Other features that should give way inaugurated by the United States Bureau people have an idea that there is reaches the main channel, the height Florida postmasters have been: nom.mated
houses. to a comfortable and convenient of Education. something mysterious and' occult of the water in the channel is, determined as follows James L. Love,. a

The tenant-house problem is grow- kitchen are narrow porches, filigree Convinced that of the Eng about the work of the Weather Bureau : by successive gaging stations.: Delray; 'Luther E., McCall High:
ing in importance as can be'seen from work, numerous angles in walls and lish and Scottish many ballad. of in forecasting the coming of : Past records establish how much a Springs: Robert F. Rogers OcaJa;:
the fact that*_he number of rented I roof, useless doors There should bean olden times still survive in the United storms, frosts and floods Not a few height, say of 20 fast at Dubuque, Sarah Ji.! Douglas, Lake Dutfn', '
think Iowa, will produce% .
4 that the observers
must Davenport
for cubic neces- another
than 324,000 i intelligent
farm. increased by more purpose every r.P
States and that immediate
steps are '
,\ during the last decade. Today lutl, foot of space and for every piece of necessary to rescue them from oblivion I sarily get their. data by .reading the : station This BO miles down the Mis IT -biz CHILD, ISCRGES;,
planets the stars and the As sissippi. plan "Is followed all
this material about the building, if moon.
than half the farms in country pos has commissioned '
more the bureau Prof.A.
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the sible.It a matter of fact the forecaster of the the way down the river, and at each FEVERISH,: CONSTIPATED
r owners.
operated by the
Smith of
are Alphonso Universityof
bureau foretells the point full allowance I is made
of dis- for the
ai Housewife'sStrength. not be found practicable for coming
I To Economize the may Virginia, a prominent folk-lore investigator effects
turbances in business-like of water from tributaries
the Department of Agriculture to fur a way, and r
in household nish plans and specifications of farm to institute a nation-wide very similar to that in' which a man from additional and local rainfall. Look Mother If tongue "Is eoatedV 4t
The economy
possible search for versions of these old bal- .
labor and the conservation of the houses worked out for particular in. lads that once helped to mold the who has ordered a shipment of goods ,' As a result of these observations in cleanse little bowels with "'C.,...
? However it Is believed I would estimate the date of its ar- the recent flood the people of Cairo fornla *'
strength of the housewife are two important dividual needs. character of the men and women who had Syrup f floe ,I
rival. warning a week ten ,
q 1 factors to be considered In the to be desirable to work out made up the :larger part of the Colonial : advance. The Pittsburgh or days in .. .
, construction of a farm house. Pleas plans and specifications for the gen- populatjon of this country Suppose a business man had or- district can '
ant and comfortable farm homes tend eral needs of farmers and to illustrate \ dered a carload of pineapples from be given 12 to 24 hours' notice, be- Mother MB Pose 1IfIr' \Iftrr' g'.vtrC
I" to hold families together; but the and explain the plans so that collected"If our American versions are not the Hawaiian Islands.. lie would cause hours after a flood is upon them within 24 "California Syrup of Figs," because lo 'M

,f cheerless, unlovable and unsanitary the farmer may understand the principles ''be immediately" they can never know the average time it would take a heavy rain storm. a few hours all the clogged-up' waste,.
collected all
.( houses drive boys and girls to the involved and apply them when at Prof. Smith asserts the steamer to make the trip to the John ..or bile and fermenting:food 'r ntljr' '
insane he remodels his house. The "Many influences are tendingto Pacific the time for Ritty, 65 years old, who is
cities. Investigation of prisons, present port, average unloading moves out of the bowels, and you nave, ;
asylums and houses of correction office of farm management is endeavoring obliterate them. Catchy but empty and loading into refrigerator credited with inventing the cash regIster a well, playful child agate; ?' ;

seem to prove the fact that theexistence to help the farmer and the far songs not worthy of comparison with cars, and the average number of days Is dead at Dayton, Ohio. lie Sick children needn't be ooaked" to
them the decadence of communal
singing
ca ms w hich actrount for the- mer's wife along these' lines. the orowinodiversity of interests to be allowed these cars fOr their trip got his idea from watching (the dis- take this harmless "fruit laxative/"
II of these institutions are often bred In across the continent to NewY Millions of mothers keep It handy bo-
,
the to what is divisive and tance device in the boiler
appeal His estimate however would be subject room of an
inadequate and unhappy farm homes. NO NEED TO cause they know It. action oa the -
So this social aspect of the problem is separative) our national life, the to error because the steamshipmight ocean liner. Ritty died in only fair stomach, liver and bowtls Is prompt::? "
of th eartificial and self-
Considerable. presence be delayed by fog, or the cars circumstances.Even and sure.
."' The public i. awakening to the fact WAIT fOR CONGRESSTO conscious,iving in homes modern and writing school are de- might meet with an accident. Ask your druggist for a g-)-cent let*' ..
our
that better far.n houses are needed pi of.a kind of literature which roorm, for Storms, like pineapples, as a rule, the bookworm will turn the tie of "Callfornla Syrup of FlaV**>!*& a
* -.- vand the special feature which many of for of do not originate in the United States. leaves. contains direction far Lftbles, cblf-ittrv.:
feeling,
., farm papers now issue at a -jBuilding ENACT PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY narrative community, for vividness of portraiture vigor They come to us, some from the of all aces and for grown-up ,,
Number" proves its interest Philippines, Japan, Siberia, Alaska,
t' and for utter simplicity of style and
SAYS
LAW EX-SENA-
t ' to thousands of readers. Canada or the Gulf of Mexico. The
is not in the whole
surpassed
t" consent
!', The office of farm management of TOR BOURNE OF history of English or American songs." Weather Bureau gets cable, tele- mace:4:4

.y, the Department of Agriculture has OREGON. A list of 305 of the ballads all that graphic or wireless notice of a for-
now undertaken to investigate this are known to exist, have been distributed eign storm. Station after station,
problem systematically and to evolve, or vessel after vessel reports the MACH
to teachers and others by the BROTHERS
i if possible, practical improvements for Washington, D. C, Jan. 26.-"There Bureau of Education. Those who receive storm's arrival In its neighborhood, GARAGE
s the benefit of the farmer's home. is no need for the several states to the lists are asked to indicate' so that the general direction and rate ,

.__ Certain feature. are often over- wait for Congress to enact a presidential whether they or their friends know of progress can be determined very .
'i.. looked in providing economical arrangements -'I primary law," declares ex-Sen any of the ballads. The plan is to early. In fact, the arrival of some OPEN DAY AND NfGHT 3 r <>
for the household when ator Bourne, of Oregon who originated start a ballad collection for each state, storms can be foretold ten days in ':
:' they might be easily provided for. the presidential primary idea in that state folk-lore societies may advance. l
J One of the specialists of the office of 1909 and secured the adoption of a fso be encouraged to take up the work and The forecasters watch for the reg- Agency for the famous'I: t

t r farm management learned from a law in that state the following year, a body of valuable popular) ion of low barometer which is the
', woman in Pennsylvania, who had "There are already ten states in the literature that threatens to become storm center around which the winds
-, broken down from overwork, that she Union having presidential primary extinct. blow. This whirl or eddy moves
; :' had been carrying coal from the barn laws and there is no other reason why i|- bodily forward with the general east

:;. >>r years. When the husband was other states should not proceed 'to'' vivals are sought are: Robin Hood; ward drift of about 650 miles a day /

,t ,' 'flaked if there was any reason why a enact similar; laws, giving their citizens -, The Beggar-Laddie; Bonnie Barbara in our latitudes. As the lines of ...', .
to coal bunker could not have been provided I opportunity, in party primaries,I Allan; The Crafty Farmer; Durham equal pressure (isobars) around the ... ,
,. near the cookstove and filled directly to express their preference for presi-'I Field; The Earl of Mar's Daughter; low center crowd closer together,
" J: from the wagon, he answered dential candidates. In this way they Fair Annie; Johnie Armstrong's Last the winds attending the storm increases ki ij,
'. .1 that there was none, but that no one instruct their delegates whom to sup Good-night; Ladie Isabel and tho Elf in force. The forecaster determines ..i ?; !:'. .
Y had ever thought of it. This one detail port in the national conventions."Of Knight; Child Maurice; The Lass of the direction of movementof M., :!?pii.r!! ,
s'i has been found neglected in other course I advocate enactment ofa the storm and
,,.j 1 I Roch Royal; The Mermaid; Rob Roy; its velocity.
cases where it could have been easi'y! national law for a direct vote on The Three Ravens; Trooper and Maid; When weather disturbances are a
remedied, if'only someone had thoughtof aspirants for party nomination, but I I and the Wife of'Usher's Well reported, the forecasters know from 'r d ri
it. don't believe that in anticipation of I experience about how long it take i 3)
After economy in the constructionof Congressional action the people of the "GULF TO ATLANTIC LINE" them to reach our Pacific coast and +
the building and in the house work several states should abandon efforts I then how long after they will reach l
haw been attained, attention will be for a popular vote on presidential candidates Write or wire Menge Bros., Fort the Atlantic coast. For example) if 'I gr-:: !!"yiia ;
given to developing beauty. Simplicity in the primaries. State laws Myers, Fla., for rate of fare and schedule a storm coming from Siberia drifts : "

I"/ in line and good proportions are can be enactedi as they have been already : of steamers Suwanee and Corona I eastward around the North Pole and .f :
; f
,
',meant by the use of this word beauty, be superseded by the plying between Fort' Myers and Fort ,. re appears in Alaska, it should t to i ;
,and not so-called applied "ornaments." national law when it becomes effect Lauderdale the Great Lakes in six days and to IC o-i.f. ,
via .i:9k"
the famous Caloosahatchee ::6. ..
.' : ; 14a nar t'au: :
i.. <,Thif entirely in keeping the Atlantic coast in seven or eight
,:with a genera plan of economy. ive."We had popular election of senators Lake Okeechobee Everglades and days.

V 1. Economy however, is not a synonym in Oregon and a number of.other Drainage Canal The most wonderful Unexpected conditions may delay ".
for d1eapne'\a\; Double strength glassmay states long before the Federal constitution scenery in America. Wild bird storms or divert them from the -

I even be more economical in aj was amended and the country straight track just as a refrigerator '4 ,'
and life in profusion. Seminole .it'
'f :j tenant house than single strength,'notwithstanding can readily secure presidential lri- game car may be'thrown off its aehedule or .' \ ', < .
its greater first cost.. :A maries by following Oregon's lea Indians and alligator 412-tf, be shipped by accident on a wrong ; 'Kinds" -' ,

+} kitchen sink- may be' paying Invest- is a.subject. to be taken up by members road. Some of There storms deplete ,Repair' Work and Supplies of .All ,;' i .i: : >
ment Although it'excludes a bay win- of state legislatures cc.well as by There ,are times when a girl comes themselves by running Into' regions _

,,L dowf.or,a fireplace ,.which has been the member of Congress." .' very near to proposing to a man., of-high barometer which are of greatV .'
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PACE _. _ THE X' SSI.ME.EV': tLE .GAZETTE: FRIDAY,. JANUARY 3 ',. i14

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,,' ......:. .......... crania nominee( at the November elect DOmET( CWSTrPATlW REGISTRATION BOOKS' OPEN -
DIGEST OF LAW Won last held and register this time '
Wl
: Democrat will not be Supervisor.'of Registration C. t
LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEY as a allowed to EXPERT PIANO
It vote.) RUIN YOUR HEALTH Griffin ha ,appointed his deputies lathe

f,f r AT,LAWSPECIALIZING UNDER WHICH See. 42. Prescribes the manner'' of .1 rend precinct, and 'the book
marking and depositing the ballot. are now open for all who care to regster. '
'- Sec. 43. Provide then'! manner "of All voter 'will be required to TUNING *,eSpecial '
;
IN': PRIMARY IS' HELD challenging,-and proceeding thereafter *i It 'Deaden* the Brain and Weaken register If they desire to participateIn .

:. The, remaining section relate to. thef{.Body., Nature Need Real the primary, regardless .of .whether : 'Attention to all makes of

ABSTRACT -. counting ballots canvassing: ; penalty. and Harmless. ,Aid to Over they hare registered before ,or not. Instrument;
for violations, etc.. : Book are in the hands of 'the follOwing -
'. come It.. deputies in various Charge for tuning $3.00 for next '
AND. PARTY -. the pro-. ,
EACH .
TICKET FOR "
cincts;;: 10 dark, ?,
WORK THE"TRUTIIABOUTLIQUOR : No.. 2-Shingle Creek George C.Bronson. .
'
' ;TITLE .....:.- Nature does her* best' to fight constipation . Out of toil orders solicited..

BTATB wAViK BLOQ.. l if I REGISTRATIONBOOKS and it* ettl. effect She I No. 3.-campbeU/ Lanier.

PROVIDES THAT CONSUMPTION fights to the last atom of her No., 4.-St. loud! A. E. Drought. R. D. FAIRMAN
I
.* 0010400000000004 HE-KEPT OPEN UNTIL. strength but usually she ha "to have I No.' 6.-Lanier, ]toung TlndalL Phone .202' Box 197
IN assistance.To '
FIRST MONDAY
No. 6.-Whittler, Randalph Young. KlMlmmee Fla.
_. --- .- . MARCH. ? IN PROHIBITION STATES THERE ;;avoid the sluggishbrain and No. Bassinger.. W. H. Walker ,

a eooo..oooo.oo.ooooo.o... IS ONLY 1&5 GALLONS PER weakened body, the sick headache, I No. Narcoossee, F. W. 'HilL -

CAPITA USED. coated''tonJrUe and biliousness, It i* .
J THE Section 1. No name? shall bo.placed unwise to use unpleasant calomel, a I - -- --

I upon official ballots except those nom medicine so strong that it leaves
ManhattanHotel inated as provided for herein. I Note the following. letter from Aly-. people "all knocked out." Don't

Sec. 2. Defines apolitical party as bert Bushnell, assistant state superintendent take chances with your health.A Real Estate Salesman

an> organization having at least five of the Missouri Anti-Saloon great number of people have

L per cent of voting strength. League: > learned that Dodson's Liver Tone

Attention to Sec. 3. Declares total vote to be I would say that on the.face of gov- (SOc-) makes one brighter, healthierand
Special that cast for the official receiving the ernment statistics there hat been a happier in a perfectly easy and WANTED

j the Traveling PublicJusTacrosB highest vote at an election. slight increase in the consumption of natural way, with no pain nor gripe

Sec 4. Primary elections shall beheld liquor the last two or three years, but and no bad after-effects. 9

,Y the square fromA. at regular places for general it is in appearance rather than in J. Z. Roberson guarantees it with- High-class proposition. Splendid offer on commission

L:, L. DepotKISSIMMEE elections. reality. All distilled liquors can be out condition and will refund purchase basis
FLA. Sec. 6. Primary elections shall be kept in bond eight years without the price If you are not entirely '

held on first Tuesday after the first payment of the internal revenue tax satisfied. Dod \on's Liver Tone is
I Monday in June of every year in whicha thereupon. At the end of eight years an absolutely safe, pleasant tasting Address with letter giving experience and references to

general election is to be held. the liquor must be taken out of bond vegetable liquid and a wonderful

Sec. 6. Provides for state, congres- and the tax: paid. The last three liver stimulant which takes the place REAL ESTATE Care Kissimmee Valley Gazette. ,w

sional and county executive committees years there has been a vast amount of of calomel, but, be sure you get Dod ,.1

this taken out of bond under compul- son'.. .
1 t M. TILLER Sec. 7. Defines membership of com- sion of law and the tax paid thereupon, 4
mitteen and manner of notifying mem- and far
so as the government is con Oklawaha
bers of Proxies Nurseries, home of Florida's ,. : I,
etc.
meeting serving
cerned, it has been consumed but there
committees reside in best frui ttrees, easily reached PALACE DRUG STORE Inc. .
Real Estate Agency. on must same
;; being no market therefor the distillers from all parts of Orange, Lake, SemInole 1
if committee
precinct ( on county ) or have it into their
rc ................................ in same county (if congressional or these put also are full and storehousesuntil now theyare Osceola and Volusia countiesby SAM G. RAGSDALE, Pre. and Mp. ; 'I
auto over hard surfaced roads
Realty bought and sold. state whom committee they act.) as the principal for in a quandry to know what to do. most conveaient for all planters, and, THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE"PHONE \ ':, ':,"
The liquor has not in reality been
consumed most reliable in Florida. Oklawaha
Houses rented. Sec. 8. Expenses of primary to be No 41 FREE DELIVERY
though according to the gov- Nurseries -
Taxes paid and Titles ver- paid out of county or state funds in ernment statistics it has been and Tangerine, Fla. Write for -
catalog. 2-4t ---- --- -------- -- -- --- -
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like elections. -
ified for nonresidents.Fire manner as general there is na> adequate demand for the
.
Sec. 9. Provides that the -- -- -
--
registration -
Life and Accident In- supply on hand. w
books shall be kept open in each PRESCRIPTION WORK
In the nine Your
surance. prohibition states and es Stomach
precinct in the county from the first .4

Indemnity Bonds. Monday in January, until the first some prohibition sixteen the others actual that consumption are near of to Trouble You ? it the supreme ted of a drug store's ;

Monday in March, at least three notices .
to be posted in public places in liquor has materially decreased dur- character. Our Prescription Depart- t

each precinct of the place where such ing the last few years so that in some Ma yr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy ment it run on the principal that your

books will be kept open. prohibition states there is only 1.25 Is Successfully Taken in Cases doctor knows what he wants when he

Sec. 19. Provides that the gallons per capita used, but in cer- writes his directions and that it is
supervisor our
of Stomach
: tain states with Liver and Intestinal
cities
large like New ,
j n. BULLOCK of registration shall keep the. duty follow them to the letter.
books open in his office from the 15th York, Chicago, Philadelphia, St .Loui Ailments to very
of March until the 15th of April. At Boston and Cleveland with their great Bring your prescriptions here and you

all other times the books will be influx: of foreign population, there has And One Tear Dose of Hae SufferingAyyEs Often Dispelled will make the doctor's work surer and

: REAL ESTATE closed. been an actual and marked increase in quicker. ,

.. the amount of liquor nsumed.I .
---- -- Sec. 11. Provides for the paymentof
.
I The rate of increase however is --- - -- --- - -- "
tax for last two .
poll years, except '
INSVRANCEfxamlnatlon not keeping pace with the increase in _' ,.:
exempted by the general election
as laws. I population. '.*; . Wonderful PALACE DRUG STORE, Inc. ;t; 1';',

of Titles a Sec. 12. Prescribes the kind of registration :
books to be used, and the \ \ tomacli SAM G. RAGSDALE Pros and MIT. 'I"
PARCEL POST
Specialty. form of oath to be administered to RATES 1t Remedy "THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE" ', .
those applying for registration. 'h4
Sec. 13. Provides for the appoint- will change PHONE No. 41 FREE DELIVERY

y, Correspondence Solicited. ment and compensation of deputy supervisors. litre are the new rate and weights ',.,

-- -- governingthe parcel post effective' thatr "' '. '
Sec. 14. Provides that each elector January 1 The Information l In of \
a value rut It out and keep It for ready Facet ;' I
shall be registered free of charge by reference Long 00 .oo.o.o..o.ooo..o.oooooo. tj

1.. personally applying to the registra- First cone Second ;

tion officer, and subscribing his name W,'lght Lo.al Zone Zone POR BOTH SEXES ,:b. '
c. W. GRIFFIN to the required oath. (The effect of rate. rate. rate. Umrr" W.mderfml BtenMli Rrf..dr .can
really be termed wonderful
a remedy and the
this section construed in connection I 1 pound .--1 .OS S .05 I .0 benefits that it ..,. in many of the mart We are of the greatest service ,,':'
t' with other provisions of the law is 2 pound .=====.. == :.Oft :.06 :.0: chronic case of Stomach Trouble hat spread
Staple and Fancy that insofar as primary elections are 3 pound ___n.,__._ .08 .07 .07 iu fame from one end of the country to the in the preservation of their ; f?
;
4 pounds .07 ftg .OR other. No matter where live-you will ct
concerned, we have no registration 5 pounds .h..U...___ ..._ .07 .OS .OH find people who have auffered you with 8tMHMh.IJver wardrobes as we take men's &l
books now, and only those who apply 6 pound .--______ .08" .10 .10 and latcetlMl Allm...t.' etc.. and hare women's( clothing and Clean \ I..,:
GROCERIESFree I 8 pountia .OS .11 .11 been. reatored to health and are loud in their
hun.
for and under the
registration qualify H I pounds _-hU. __ 09! .12 .12 praise" of the remedy. There la not a day it or Dye it as occasion requires 4 I.
new law may be allowed to vote at the 9 pounds .nn.h._ .09 .13 .13 but what one heart of the wonderful results i without . '
injury to the ';
June primary.) 10 .pounds nuu .10 .14 .14 obtained from tbia remedy and the benefitsre .
Sec. 15. Prescribes certain dutiesof 11 pounds ._unu .10 .15 .15 entirely natural, aa it sets on the source frailest fabric. We have a ;,t tt : '
12 pounds __ .11 .Id .IS and foundation of these ail menu. removing \ .
--- -- -- I.I I.
Delivery to all Parts supervisors of registration relativeto 13 pounds '_--'_--_. .II .17 .17 the poisonous catarrh and bile accretions taking process of our own which : ,
transcribing names from the gen, 14 nnuntla .-__ .__u. .12 .is .18 out the !inflamation from the inteatinal setae to do th ework quickly"r rI
:. of the City eral to the 15 pounds ____u____ .12 .19! .IK tract and aaaiat in rendering the same ami us
precinct registers.
register .________ I ,
HI pounds j .13 .20 .20 aeptic. Sufferers are urged to try one dose- and economically. We are
Sec. 16. Permits the state commit. 17 pound. __________ .13 .21 .21 which alone ahould relieve. your suffering and in the 'If
a 8,, tee to prescribe party qualifications of 18 pounds .._..._.__, .14 .21 .11! convince, you that May*** weaderffil 8teanawliahould (. prompt delivery of all ,
-. -="z electors by- resolution and requires supervisors 18' pound w______ ,14 .23 .:U R.w.dy restore you to good health orders. 'Parcels called for on ,
10 pound. Z..._---- ,16 <24 .14< Put It to a teat today--the reaulta will be a request. '
What l. ....t vrlbrh .. vrrr rare and to comply' with the said resolution 11 ounda .____....."x>.lS .26 .21 revelation to you and you will rejoice over '
,vet very..ww..f when certified copies are filed II pounds ,............... .14' .26 .18( quick recovery and once again. know the Phone 61. . 119 i .:
'j1 with them. *:' -pounds ,,-....... ..16.27 .25 Joys of living. Send for booklet on Stomach .froadwayOliver's ; ,
34 pound __________ .17 .28 .21 Ailmenta to Ceo. H. Mar 'MfS. Chemiat. 156
Sec. 17. Provides that a statementof 3 II pound. -_____---- .17 .29 .29 Chicago or better Mill obtain a Suitatorium
the number of registered voters r6 pound uuu __' .IS .SO .30 battle from your druggist. i. 1

shall be filed with the secretary of 27 2S .pounds __ h.h.__ ___ __ .IS .31 .31 For Sale In Kissimmee ByJ. '
'
pounds .IS i
.32
.32
state, not later than thirteen days be- 2> ,pounds _ hhh h _. .1 19!! .38 .33 Z. ROBERSONAnd ..0.000 H+OOO 000 Oto oo--o 00<0++ o .O.ClOOOO ..0..000.. I,,

L fore the primary election. SO [>oun 31 pounds .. _ _ .20 .38 .35 Druggists Everywhere.
Sec. 18. Prescribes that the -------- - --
registration
r rG
; I
\ ,
32 pounds. . _ .21 .38 .38 .
hh
1 books shall be open to examination 33 [>o UII(IS -. ._- __ .21 .37 .37 .. ) :
; : by the public at all times, and 34 |pounds -- _-u __ .?2 .38 .38 I
that the supervisor shall furnish lists 35 piu.ida --------22 .39 .39 TAKES OFF DANDRUFF,

of voters, their occupation( and post. 30 37 piuiil"piui.lH ._ h_- _.nUu___h_ .33 23 .41.40 .41.40 I HAIR STOPS FALLING .0. G. WHOflER G IIHIIH

office addresses, when paid for so 38 pounds l _ _ __ __ 24 .42 .42 N OEKGY.... !
doing. 39 p.uiJn _ __ _-_- .24 .43 .42 . .. I, :
40 piunils. ___ __. .25 .44 .44 Save your Halrl! Get a 25 cent bottleof
y Sec. 19. Makes it the duty of the 41 pounds. -_ -_ n.u_-_ -- .25 .45 .45 Danderlne right now-Also Successor to Arthur E. Doaefan Agency i, 11'
r secretary of state to furnish books, 42 pounds, - -_____ .2fi .46 .4fi
blanks 43 pound. __ .2B .47 .47 stops Itching scalp. Citizen
floor Bank
etc. - n Room No. 9 Second Building. Phone 246 ;
44 pound _ .__ .27: .48 .48 ,
-u
318. Sec. 20. Authorizes committees to 45 pound . _ . .27 .49\ .49 J t"
levy as much as two per cent of the 4ft pounds __._ -.-_ .28 .50 .60 Thin brittle, colorless and reraggy '< '
first .7 pounds __ .28 .61 .51 hair Is mute evidence of a neglected t
candidatesfor
1' year's salary against "'0' General Insurance Business, representing the strongest and most r
," Meat office. 4S pounds h ___-_-. .29 .62 .62 scalp; of dandruff-that awful scurf.
z'F any .LWUn.lH. __ ,_ 2'-! ..S35D .5S
Sec. 21. Makes it the duty of com pounds __ _hUB_ _-BO. .30 .64 .54 There Is nothing so destructive to Reliable companies.We ;: t.
? mittees the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair
--- to name amount of levy by or
--- - ----
before the 15th day of March. 3rd 4th 6th 6th 7th 8th of Its lustre Its strength and Its very will continue the Business of the Arthur E. Donegan Agency t :'

Sec. 22. Requires candidate to sign none zone cone zone zone zonerate Hfe; eventually producing a feverishness without change-Your patronage is respectfully solicited. f' .1.
rate rafu.t rate. rate.f rate. and itching of the scalp which ..
may be greater hardships an oath declaring their party affiliations .
THERE and 1 Hi. I .01 .07 .08 I .09 .11 fV2 ft not remedied causes the hair rootsto G1 ,. -
prescribe the form of said 2 I lid., 08 .11 .14 .1. .21\ .24 .
a than to be obliged to go oath. 3 Ilia. .10 .15 .20 !25 .31 .36 shrink, loosen and die-then the -
; Sec. 23. Provides that the executive 4 I Ihn. .12 .19 .21 .33 .41 .48 hair falls out fast. A little Danderlne 1 )'('
wholesome 5 Ihn .14 .23 .32 .41 .61 .fill tonight-now- time-vlll surolj )
l{, f i' without good meat committee shall furnish blank formsof 6'ltm ID1H .57 .34 .49 .ftl .72 ,any W.
said oath. 7 Ilis 21J9 44 .67 .71 .84 save your hair. t M 1tol"
r for even one meal, but we canfiot Secs. 24, 25 and 26 relate to the 8 IliaII ,20 .32 .50 .85 .111 .9ft Get a 23 cent bottle of KnowlU; t -
I lii.. 22 .5ft 73 !.91
108 Dandorlne from any drug store. You
payment of a filing fee of three per 10 Ilif 21 ,4'i .62 .81 101 1.20 y4SUPERIOR'
think! of any just off hand.Don't cent of the first year's salary, and the 11 HIM ."6 .47 .RS .89 1.11 1.31 surely can have beautiful hair and lots SERVICE ,
manner of payment of 12 DIN 26 .SI .74 97 121 1.41 of It If you will just try a little Dandarine. -
same. COURTEOUS
do it! It is not necessary Sec. 27. Provides that when thereis 13 IliB 301 .55 .80 1.05 1.31 158 Save your hair! Try it! TREATMENT it
14 lliv 32 .59! .R8 1.13 141 1 68
only one candidate for office he 15 HIM .34 .63 .92 .21 -
an 151 .180 ---- -- ----- -
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S fciuse we sell the best of meat. shall be declared the nominee without Ifi II>H ::16! .67 98 I 99 l.ftl 1.9J ,
17 HIBIS ::14 .71 104 .37 1.71 204 ,
his name being nrinled on the official I> llm 40" .75 110 1411 1.81 218 "The Old Reliable"PLUMBING t :
ballot. 19 lbs 42 .79 1 l 18 1.53 1.91 2 28 /i J. '
w.. GIVE US A TRIAL --- Sec. 28. Authorizes the committeesto 20 lb... .44 .83 1.32 1.61 2.01 2.40 I IRON 4i, 11'Personal
TIN SHEET
declare for nomination ,
by primaryof :
WIT AND TEARS
: -- _other_than elective officers. AND METAL SHOP Interest .
:oec.: z'J. Provides for publication by I bid had before the bar t:
I witty judge J;
Yt' the secretary of state, thirty-three i ,
of justice a woman who wept most s
days before primary election of
( a a \
'
I RULL BASS MARKET pamphlet in which all candidates may bitterly over her misfortune. Her sobbing R. STARLING.. MmmmmtT. t'a

.1 : buy space. shook the courtroom, and her 14 Hardlaa-toa Aye. 27 Stewart' Are.Oflrc is taken by the Citizen's Bank :;':.t ,<.

# ORDIA BASS Sees. 30 to 37, iclusive, relates to of size coursed in 1'.0 X44-3 He. Fh.B. 344-SVo
Manager the.manner of getting out such publication tears no jnean a of Kissimmee in behalf of its ','(F! ,,:

w and the distribution of same. great stream down her cheeks to the \ cary a full line of FLUMBINQ
.. I HII'PLIKS: at all tlmei. No jolt toe depositors and clients whom i {'
.' > Sec. 28. Requires the names of can large or too email to receive our prompt ,
--L--, f -- didates for each office to be printed floor.While she thus profusely Bar- attention. In the past eight year. we
t *>: *.**** .+ + 000000000 in alphabetical ordre on the ticket. wept have built a Rood reliable reputationIn it always endeavors to regard ;i.
,4 Sec. 39. Provides tha bal: rister Finnigan chanced to come in, the Plumbingand Metal business \

. .' : lots shall be printed for tseparate each political who, seeing the prisoner and hearingher took which a.has well enabled.. our ua to help.Increase our with every courtesy and bank- i.JJ ';.

Sprigg party.: and the form of such ballot. cries, anxiously asked of the'' We handle none but the genuine

:$ Fleming ballots Sec. ,40.the Prescribes method of the marking form of same the bench: STANDARD GREEN AND GOLD ing privilege. Accounts subject 'r ':, .

'' "CLEANING for first and second choice etc. -What in the name of all the saint LABEL, GUARANTEED to check are cordially i til

Sec. 41. Provides that electors shall of heaven is the matter with the poor PORCELAIN ENAMEL WAR-B invited ';I,; k6'"I
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PRESSINGDYEINQ'"d receive from the inspectors a
primary '
\ gurrul before the bahr of justice In connection with our Plumbing shop f "
elections, the official ballot of we h complete and up-to-date :'
the political party he declared him. "I'm aura I don't know," wa thejudge's TIN, : "ac..r IRON sad METAL SHOPWe .
self a member.of'on and she' wait- lcary. a full liDO of Copper. Bright .1
REPAIRING registering, reply. Apparently ;
Tin Plate, Koofllnir. Smokestack Iron.Etc.
,, to, no other, Provided he shall .receiveno ing to be bailed out."London Tit- : Galvanised: Iron, all sizes and i Arthur E. Donegan, P. K. Weaver1. :.: .? f
ballot and shall hot vote for thlcknesaes. Rldg-e Roll and Conductor
$ ;;;..*. irord i C.t 'kof hops and cloth candidate of 1 any Bits. pipe.. We make a peclaJtr of President. Cola
.political other
rill be sal *4r or and_returnedSatisfaction.Guaranteed. a part M.t.l Celllae, C.rde., Skyiigbta, V.- 11; f
than that for Which h* voted at -the .
( Bl.w PlplBB fn rimmlm mm* 't
1 .. . last general election. (The effect of When a couple gets married they: = Mill. All work done on abort "", K.
this section to be that elector notice by akllled mechanics. You needthe '
seem an u.ualty.tied for life but
an not
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'*>.>* *>> "*>,*. **,*-,* + who Voted for other than a..Demo1'.. 'tongue-tied. . I IJ i Your work patronage and we need Solicited.the business.i a a "?>,.,

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t r farmers, :fruit-growers r cattle men, us a great talk, which was followedby = -

: COUNTY land owners and in fact, every one to a number of short talks. THOSE WHO WORE

an appreciable extent. The meeting Sunday afternoon will
3 Cubic Yds. be held by Hon. J. L Cameron, and .

Fill No. 1 ________________ 438 the meeting cannot help but be good THE CRAY IN THE I .

Fill No. 2 ____________-.,____ 169 with this Godly man to lead it. I
r ; ENGINEER Fill No. '3 _________________ 804 Is it too much to expect that the --

Fill No. 4 ...______________ 1,030 house will be packed I hardly think DAYS OF 61-65 r

.. Fill No. 6 __-_____j_______ 1,930 so. I'G '
Fill No. 6 ._,_-------------- 134 Come and help to make it a good

LUDLAM Fill No. 7 __________________ 437 meeting. .
: Fill No. 8 _____, 900 JAN. ,
----------- WILL MEET IN ANNUAL REUNION ,
i H Fill No. 9 __unn____ 2,070
; I Fill No. 10 ________________ 1,000 ADUBON SOCIETY Q

Fill No. 11 _______n_______ 2,010
Fill No. 12 _____n_________ 2,080 BECOMING ACTIVE AT JACKSONVILLE APRIL 29 TO II
Makes Report On Road to O F t
: MAY STRONG APPEAL
Total __________'_--_____,.-13,002 :,:\ tJ
FROM PRESIDENT

the East CoastSAYS Respectfully R. H. LUDLAM, The keeper of a Tampa bird store FOOR. Op

'. County Engineer. was recently arrested for selling and
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exposing for sale mocking birds and Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 22, 1914.

ROAD IS DESTINED TO BECOME red birds (cardinals), which is against To All Confederate Camps: 0
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ONE OF TilE PRINCIPAL ROYAL ARCH the law in every state in the South. The 24th annual reunion of the TI'MEI

HIGHWAYS OF OSCE- The evidence was procured by an United Confederate Veterans' Association ;
officer of the Florida Audubon So- and Sons of Confederate Vet-
OLA COUNTY. ciety who entered the bird store and erans, will be held at Jacksonville,

1 MASONS HAVEINSTALLATION bought a red bird, and then went to Fla., April 29, 30 and May 1, 1914. F'.
The following is an advanced copy the judge of the county court and To receive and entertain these reunions 'y

of the report County Engineer Lud- swore out a warrant for the man's the Jacksonville Reunion As- arc. .1

lam will make to the Board of Com- arrest for selling the bird. sociation baa been.. chartered under %
missioners on the proposed route of An incident similar to this occurred the law si nactto It to cam- J ULY

the road that will connect with the last fail when a bird dealer in Ybor posed of a number of Jacksonville's I

great East Coast highway: City was arrested for the same offense most active and patriotic citizens
and upon evidence obtained in exactlythe who will live freely of their time andtalent
-- same way. In this case the of- to the perfecting of' plans to
Kissimmee, Fla., Jan. 28, 1914. fender was found guilty and fined in receive all veterans and visitors. Citrus Growers'

lion. E. L. Lesley Chairman Board ofI. W. R. O'Neal of Orlando the criminal court. We are addressing this letter to
.. Commissioners for the
Osceola of
County assuring
Kisaimmee, Florida: The Audubon Society is determinedto you that Jacksonville purpose is going to enter-you Our new Spring Citrus Book entitled BE ON TIME (Is now ready..

Dear Sir: stamp still out this traffic in song birds tain you Confederate veteran and It tells what fertilizer to use, how much, when:to apply and many
Officer which persists to a certain extent
I beg to submit herewith the follow- Installing throughout the State, and which is your friends better, if possible
ing report on the Kissimmee-Mel- causing some of our song birds, par- you have been entertained at any I Send for copy and also for our leaflets Acid Soil and Lime: '
bourne public road to the Florida East previous reunion. We will make you
ticularly the cardinal, to become very Its Forma and Effects.WILSON .
feel at home will convince
Coast railway, the survey being completed THERE MIGHT BE A SECESSION:: scarce. A representative of the Flor- ; we you i I
to that point. that we are grateful for the honor ,
ida Audubon further states
r MOVEMENT AND KISSIMMEE Society have conferred the State and & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. ;
I Beginning at a point on the Nark that the cardinals, mocking birds, and you on
Manufacturers of Ide
HAVE A COMMANDERY OF here. and that Florida .Fertilisers
city by meeting I ,
coossee road in section 6, township 26 other native song birds are one of the I I
south, range 31 east, 2,640 feet south ITS OWN most important assets of our State on climate hospitality which is as delightful thousands as its of I JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
S and 640 feet east from the northwest account of the interest and pleasure brings .

corner, thence directly east to the Kissimmee Chapter No. 10, Royal they afford us by their sweet wild mu- tourists within the hunt our for borders every and I

east line of section 3, thence north 45 I Arch Masons, had their first annual I sic. It would be hard to estimate the year pleasure.on health I . -- ..-- "- 1 gr.i ...... L ." 1 .. +
degrees, east 2,380 feet, thence east installation on Monday night, January actual value of these birds upon this Jacksonville wants and "Church-Going Sunday" in KUsmmee, """ "+ t
1,100 feet, thence east 45 degrees, basis, but considering also their econo- you your NOTICE. q
28. This chapter labored about one
friends to know that all of will why not start an hour or two earler
south 267 feet, thence east to Lake under dispensation granted by mic value, it would be safe to say that you continue clais-at'-'
year and be
be welcome, and that no matter how;I only a short present mt the Bble t
Trout, thence continue around the the Grand Royal Arch Chapter of each one of these birds, if allowed its I the best bar- ;
large the crowd may be, that every j i offering :45T: ;,
south shore of uaid lake in a 4degreecurve Florida )At the last meeting of the life and liberty, I is worth $200 to our visitor will be satisfactorily enter- Igot, .!'. II. LAWSON. C. A. CARSON. ., .
to the oast line of section 6, in Grand Chapter, this local chapter, State, but are worth comparatively ,
tained by our many large and mod-I TeacI e .uJ
said township and range, thence east having presented a good report was nothing dead or'in a cage. When a hotels and '. 1.I .
houses and
10,600 feet to what is known as the granted a charter. This installationof tourist buys one of these birds, the ern accommodations.boarding C" .
Twin Ford, thence north 21 degrees, officers was therefore the first en-f local dealer gets $4 or $5 from the I ,
,' east 2,300 feet, thence east 3,400 feet, joyed under charter. transaction, but how muth does the and We all urge the you to of see your friends,
t thence east 30 degrees and 30 minutes I State lose? Moreover, this loss is people your community -
The officers elected. were: Roma your newspapers and other periodicals -
south to and through Big Pine even greater than is apparent becausefor
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Thomas, most excellent high priest; and impress them with the r
to the half-section line in sec- wild bird that is sold in .
swamp A. J. 1lGlt, excellent J. M. Will every SIN LADIES' and
king fact that Jacksonville is better
tion 3, toyvnsiiip, 26 south; range :32: ; captivity, at least six are killed in the pre- ,
Jr. worthy scribe 11. N. Bratton handle
son ; pared to large crowds of ,
east, thence east to the Florida East trap or die from confinement or from
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worthy treasurer; II. E. Cole, worthy people than any city in the South. i
Coast railway extension. rough handling incident to their
will show secretary. You need not hesitate to assure ev-J!
The accompanying prints
There also the following capture. TsEs'j j
of the section were appointed erybody that all who come to Jacksonville -
the topography
general The Florida Audubon Society wishesto
other officers: Companion D. will be welcomed and royally -
, i'\ through which the road passes with emphasize that it is not Inhu- "
only ,
R. Blennis, captain of the host; Com- entertained during reunion I
the location of fills and the profilesthe
F. C. man to hold in captivity these wild I I
panion Bryan, principal sojourner week. -
cubic to be made
number of yards
; Companion S. L. Lupfer, royal freedom-loving creatures, but is a Jacksonville has the best trans- !
,, in each. arch captain; Companion C. W. Dann, folly to do so; for if unmolested they portation facilities in the South, by eDresses'
This road seems destined to becomeone !
.. would be free to breed and multiply,
of Osce Companion A. B. Bell, and CompanionW. rail, river and ocean; we have a
of the principal highways
A. Smith as master Of the veils; and would then come to our door yardsto greaetr number of good hotpls I than .
and will doubt be traveled
ola no
\ county other Companion Thomas Clark as sentinel.A. sing their melodies-melodies far other Southern cities; we have, in '< .
; than
more extensively any J. Holt was requested to act as more sweet than the longing notes of fact, every facility for the success- yr y
road in the county with possibly one u
marshal, and Past Grand High PriestW. the caged wild bird calling hopelessly ful handling of a Confederate re- I i
exception. I have of taken an in extraordinary R. O'Neal, of Orlando, was the installing for its mate.Tourists union. I Spring *
amount making
( pains officer. cautioned not to modefn :
this because I consider the days are patronize Jacksonville is a city of
,t of survey trail-making have passed. A These various officers were there- this illegal trade, and other bird 85,000 population, situated at the |
the fore duly and constitutionally installed dealers throughout the State are entrance to the world-famed Flor- I
at the showing sur-
glance will at map convince one of the in due Masonic form. hereby warned not to buy, sell expose ida East Coast, the greatest health
vey difference once the two. I There are now above forty membersof or offer for sale, native wild birds of and pleasure resort on the conti '

/ have eliminated distinguishing all abrupt angles as this chapter, including several companions this State if they wish to escape the nent. The city is but twentysevenmiles I vn in our Readytothis ,
the from St. Cloud, as there is vigilance of the Aubudon Society. from the mouth of the St. .
sharpest curvebeing
far spossible
.: a of 200 foot radius. no chapter at that city. The keeping of canaries is not criti Johns river, is located on that
a follows- the intermediate\ Most Excellent Past Grand High cised inasmuch as they are a domesti- stream and has all of the interest week. They
This are
section road lines with but few exceptions, Priest b'Neal expressed himself as cated bird, born in captivity. and atlractiveni'Ss of a seaport city, .
greatly pleased with the proficiencyand with its ocean and river traffic. .
those being almost impassable owing
to the density of the swamps en general advancement displayed by You and your friends will enjoy est things in .
the Kissimmee chapter. So gracious I this trip to Jacksonville. You will
countered. All grade stakes are 'set! GO TO THE RESCUE
y and stations marked plainly, thereby I) was his bearing that he won all be charmed with Florida, its flow i I .
be taken hearts. A grand affair is to be celebrated -I era, its rivers, its ocean and its en-
leaving the work to up by \ t' ffneand
the road superintendent in a condition j I j at Orlando some time during I terprise. Jacksonville extends a
I if to Don't Wait Till It's Too Late cordial invitation' all the
that work will not be nect'lSI February, nothing occurs pre- -Follow to survivors
so guess vent. No less than members of of the Southern armies their Crepe
The distance of this section of eight the Example of a Kissimmee ,
road sary. is 10.62 miles, and to the east I Kissimmee Chapter No. 10 are now Citizen. I descendants and their friends, and
I petitioning the Commander of pledges it severy effort to entertain
county line to the connecting point j
1 01
road Knights Templar at Orlando to be you on a most extensive scale while
Brevard county twenty-
with the
to Melbourne made Knights Templar, and should I guests of the city. It Is our ambition }
eight miles, continuing Rescue the aching back.

1 fifty-six two hours'miles run from will Kissimmee.land one on Thus the i ered their, there petitions! will be be "something favorably consid-doing" If it keeps on aching, trouble may I II i I I citizenship as representatives of" Jacksonville of the to make best xtremely "Peg Top "
t a come.
whereas I about February 2* Such a 'numberof this reunion eclipse in interest and ,
Coast at Melbourne, Often it indicates weakness.
j kidney
East I
petitioners from one chapter to I II I'pleasure all other reunions of the
a
time i.r is
via two days' If neglect the kidneys' the
Daytona warn-
-now you are quite fad.
is of and
commandery rare occurrence, i Confederate veterans no effort
and vice versa.
r required The benefits to be derived from this and fear was expressed by.Past Grand I Ii I ing.Look out for urinary disorders. I I will be neglected in the gratification
i
High Priest O'Neal, least there mightbe of that'ambition.. Neither I9
It expense a't
Immeasureable. '
1: road are almost This Kissimmee citizen: will show
of ? a "secession" movement Inaugu- I I I nor labor, or self-denial on the part
hundreds people how to to the
should bring rescue.
through this section who by other rated, and Kissimmee might aspire to you Mrs. R. L.go Seaver, Kissimmee, Fla., ''of our people, will be spared in w them !
have of her the 24th annual reunion of
would a commandery own, as I[II making
than the automobile route prob- says: "Backache caused< me a great
she already has a chapter of Royal j association the'greatest in its
your .t
This road will
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ably never visit us. deal of suffering and there was soreness I
Arch Masons. There Is
also open up a part of the county no telling through my loins that made it history.
which is absolutely impassable what may happen. hard for to I also With great respect, we are, .
today very me stoop. was
Of this we are assured, that Kis Yours very truly, ,k V>
to automobiles* and give access to two bothered, by the kidney secretions andI r ),*
simmer is entitled to .the best The Jacksonville Reunion Association
'" railroad l lines._- hereby benefiting the I ever, slept so poorly that when I got up ; t
and she has of
already the
. snme in the I- all tired out.Doan' '
morning, was .
Masons in Florida Win. FOON. .
brightest'- among :
Z'S
Kidney Pills, procured at the
her citizenship. A good Mason Is In- President
; variably a good citizen, and the more Kissimmee Drug Co., gave me relief ,
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CHICHESTuErR from these troubles and restored. roe :/
PILLS the better.
to rood health.'* Late Grapefruit for April to July i

For sale by all dealers. Price 60.cents. .,market assured the planter of Bowen, J I d
O Co. Buffalo 1 I'Florid Standard and Marsh Seedless "
r ... w.rac LAYMEN'S MEETING. Foster-Milburn .
IJ : .. aaw --, New York, soU agents for the United'varieties Sold reasonable.prices for :imee Fla. "

;, B.-.T.._'..: s. s ,\ .,The laymen's meetings'are growing I States. I IA i No. 1 stock at Oklawaha Nurseries, ..

_a.w assn.s rapidly, our meeting last Sunday was Remember,the .name-Doans- and gerin., Fla. Writ for catalog., .

I well attended.- .-* ,Dr. Witherspoon!. i t. f ..-*. a!. I take",- 'no other. '- ,..,J f l2-4t , ', .

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is 'left running'while; the goonlghts VvOTICKNotlo !'rf ..:2TKns uIALa: '.CITATION'OrII ADMUtISTRArsipg_ '
SAVE YOUR NERVES ' are said. This often takes fifteen I OVER TWELVE : -

Farms minutes-quite lone enough to arouse Is hereby given that under
thoroughly the sleepers in the: and by virtue of a final'decre* of for. COURT or TUB COUNT*' lJ.-
weary clesure, Issued out of and under the STATE'*F FLORIDA, .
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BY STOPPING ALL block. and when there t.'no longer; THOUSAND GARSBEENSHIPPED seal of the circuit Court of the Seventh '"
excuse for prolonging the farewells.the Judicial Circuit of- the Btat of Florida oIl I. R. nORHER. OCCKOLA '.. ; "
escort leaves the neighborhood In and for Oaoeola County In. Chancery cooirrrBy ; .
Sitting In a certain cause. thereinending
--i At Owners USELESS. NOISE with the cut-off wide open, as if, in I wherein the City of Klaslmmee. -,
i haste, at last to reach his own abiding I Florida a municipal corporation I. the imtff .( sale ea...,' I'
arui tf Complainant, and R. T>. Wa-rlns; I. Respondent. '
rest. Of there Whereas li. M. Breaker .
place has
'I' the undersigned '
couraei as Special
4 are no police about at me of Master- Chancery will soil at piled to this Court' for letters of A E

PricesI BIB JIM THE WORST OF ALL couldn the night t catch and the_ I It there noise-maker were they-- CITRUS FRUIT, GOING RAPIDLY b outcry.f ore Kissimmee.-the during. ourLbou.edooninthe la tha said"legal Oscoola hours of public sale Cityof Homer of ministration. Osoeela: deceased; 'on the late estate of !said of COUII I. !.,,

I In every city located on deep wa- tUb Monday the lad day of March County A. These are all' Therefore; To cite' and
ter, there are the whistles of steam I). 114, the followingdescribed land.. admonish and slnrular the kln1 1 '
dr. dand
creditor
TUB AMERICAN TilE MOST CHIV-' vessels and tugs and Invariably they RECENT VISIT OF LEADING situate County, and lying mate and of beingIn Flrlda.Begin Oaceola' b. and appear before of this said Court deceased OIL, or to!].,

Them. ALttOUS AND. SYMPATHETICOF are uaed recklessly and uselessly. DEALERS ATTENDING .CON : before the 14th day of February A. 1>.,
Southwest corner W Block 4
va UI4. and file objections ,lf any they
: ANY NAT((> BE lIE There are the clanging bells of street VENTION RESULTS IN of Robert Bass's Addition, Run M 150 have, to the1 granting" of Letters of,!
cars in charge of men who don't care ft. K 96 ft. So. 110 ft. \V *5 ft. Administration on said estate, otherwise .
HUMBLE QU MIGHTY. and who seem to measure their own GOOD TO ALL CON. Terms of sale, cash. the same will b. granted to aid

Want More[ importance 'b)' the amount of disturbance CERNED. day Dated.of January Klaslmmec A. a.Florida 114. this. 11th II.person.M .Breaker or persons.or to some' other. at
Americans stand for a Rood many I they create. They have the PAT .JOII NSTGN. Witness my name ... County.. 'Judge
necessary nuisances And one of right-of-way and appear to fear that Florida citrus shipments: Special Master In Chancery of the County aforesaid this the Uth

them is noise. They become accus- someone won't Know it. Cars moved last week__--___ 1,004 : VANS AGNEW &: CRAWFORD. d..r(Seal. of) JanUary A.T.D.M.'itVpHT: ".
tomed to it and fail to( realize I that a I There is in and near\ every city an Cars moved week before last U84 : Attorneys for Conplalnan4t 5-t-B County Judf
Since the first of the month several of I i
.--- Rood deal of it Is entirely needless, inordinate use of the locomotive Total cars moved to last Saturday !

; my Canadian friends have arrived in and also that unconsciously to them I whi!*tl<> at all hours of the day and ____________ _________12,409 -
i: town. Oilier are in various parts ,of it work; a big wear and l tear on their I night hubmore noticeable night. !

-' the Stale fnllawino out mv suaireli *- nervogs forces. That it i largely if not. .wholly Jacksonville Fla., Jan. 23.: --Citrus I
of needless is demonstrated by the fact fruit is moving at lively rate and ,
tion to look around so t-ba'hen, they The increasing; complications a
modern living especially in the larger that a heavy fine is imposed t'or the last week the movement averaged 150
,' reach Kissimmee they will be more cities is productive of onfusionas / sounding of a locomotive whistle cars daily says The Packer. The Hear. Ye! Hear Ye!

easily convinced that this is the place well as of noise. It all has its within the limits of one of the largest tone of the market has been a little 4

; for them to locate.I influence more or lens certainly trace- citie.s of the United States. Thereare lower the past week but still the demand .,
; able on the robust individual and decidedly scores, perhaps hundreds, of other is fair and orders continue to ,
definite on the nervous and noises that are inflicted unneces. come in freely.
the invalid. It might be difficult to sarily every day and every hour upon The fruit is carrying in excellent THE GASPARILLA CARNIVAL : ;
I find that successful
my management determine in dollars and cents the the city dweller to his harm. condition and there is little complaintas

of Erskine Heights Farm during the cost of this damage to the public Thoughtful investigators in this to its condition when it arrives at
3e past year and my activity on my own health but the doctors some of them, and foreign countries have given destination The cool spell that has
place] almost adjoining. has placed me are very plain in their assertionsthat more serious attention to this question practically covered the entire Stateat
than have the doctors and aana- TO BE HELD IN TAMPA Feb 22 23.24.'
in avis position to act as a sensible ad- ence. huch injury has actual exist- tints of Florida. In some matters of put different the fruit times in a for number the past one month condi- ,. 21" ,

.r to those contemplating taking It is the undisputed prerogative of health Florida scientists are leaders.In tion to stand long hauls and owing.As .

up farming in this part of Florida.I every American, from his earliest this they are lamentably far backin the fruit is arriving at ycry distant '
-i- boyhood to his declining years to the procession. markets in prime condition the is coins; to be the greatest SOUTH FLORIDA affair ever at-

make just as much noise as he These are no intangible injuries price is consequently better than usual tempted. .

I am still anxious to add to my pleases when and where he chooses that noises.are One-third wrought of by the unnecessary averagecity's considering the large volume shipped The business and social world of this section have joined togetherto
of out of the State.
regardless or wholly thoughtless make it rival the celebrated New Orleans Mardi Gras in size
list of desirable properties no matter population is neurasthenic or
how it may or may not please his The big distributions in Florida are
whether one acre or how big. As neighbors. If he lowers the pitch of otherwise invalid. We are a nationof very well satisfied with conditions of and merrj'-makino;

my friends arrive or write me I will I his voice if he cute off the piano at nerve-racked people. Any extreme almost every market and the majorityof It is to be of a ",wholesome free and hospitable nature and will

be able to select from a complete list modnight or falls to cut off the noise aggravates such persons the growers and shippers believe abound in pure fun, and not in catch penny snares and fakes.
;, I and the extent of their aggravation
muffler of his auto he wishes it distinctly that prospects will continue to be good :
just what they are looking for. understood that it is a per- depends upon the degree of nervousness for some weeks. It's a high class Carnival whose object is to give you a good time

sonal favor and not in any degree or the nature of the malady. The East Coast section north of I with no disagreeable after taste. Don't miss half your life by

because he is obliged to. Yet when Unnecessary noises at night bring Miami is Buffering from lack of rain I staying away.

Let me have particulars of what land signs of desperate illness call for silence broken rest to other hundreds less and but the damage is mostly to the vegetable
thousands and make them fit for
no man on earth is more chiv- crops. The citrus fruit crops GASPARILLA CARNIVAL COMMITTEE
you would sell and name your best the morrow's work. They are rob- too far .
alrously sympathetic than this same are along to sustain any serious
price and terms.Alf. American be he humble or mighty. bed of what belongs to them. The damage this season from lack of
What are some of the noises-the strong rugged city man is compelledto moisture.The .
noises seek rest in his annual vacation in National convention
needless -of our municipal League at
W.: Law life that we might do without to our order to ward off the breakdown and Jacksonville and the trip through the - -- '
he seeks it in the quiet of the country I 'I
lasting benefit and without serious State made by the delegates has
where he may escape the noise which started renewed in both
s Box 145, inconvenience?! activity fruit
One of Jacksonville's public Insti- has worn him down periously near t> and vegetable lines. Many- of the I

Kiftimmee Fla. tutions-and every city has one or a the breaking p int.What's commission men got acquainted with
1'
; dozen like It-is "Big Jim." This the remedy? Stop need- the growers and shippers and satis-

I is the pet name for a great brazenthroated less noises. How ? factory arrangements were made for
What is the main difference between steam whistle at the city's If the realization of what we owe their mutual benefit.
I which is sounded four our neighbors shall not prevail, andit
a big duck in a little puddle and a waetrworks :
little duck In a big puddle? times every week day to announce has never yet accomplished any One of the prettiest pictures that ,
the beginning and ending of work very widespread lood. for the universal -
the Kissimmee
Gazette has
Valley
idea is
hours. at 7, 12, 1 and I 5 o'clock. Whenever man a '
an alarm is sent to the fire department slow-working influence-this is a caned on its front page in a longtime 6 SLL .

day or night, this great matter quite within the province of was that offered last week. It

deluge of noise is poured forth on an city councils and an insistent public was from a photograph of the home :
innocent public. On a quiet day the | sentiment guided by scientifically intelligent
medical men will eventuallysecure of W. B. Harris, owner of the paper.
sound be heard from three to ,
five miles may away. 1 an abatement of this and some An attractive, comfortable house surrounded -

Quite recently the serious illnessof other nuisances. by fine trees shrubbery and

an honored citizen whose home flowers, it makes a scene highly interesting ,,
was within a few hundred feet of the 1 HUNTERLAND and altogether pleasing.
big whistle, silenced it for a week or
That a Florida newspaper man is so
more. In that time It was discoveredby
hundreds and thousands of citizens well fixed is .a matter of pride with

that they were able to put in a II P. O. Basenger. Fla.. Jan. 10, 14.. the press of the entire state. No The J/-on ths9 .

full day's work to get, their meals The Editor Kissimmee Valley Gazette wonder the Gazette is a booster when I

on time and to enjoy the usual quotaof I Kissimmee, Fla. the owner has such a beautiful home.
sleep just the same as as if this
Which
The alze of the puddle! great disturber had been bellowing Dear Mr. Editor: This Is the first -Times-Union. do you preferMadam?

an aggregate of seven to eight minutes I bow to the public of the coming city ,

every day. The fires 'that and vicinity of Hunterland, and with,
--- occurred in the city were extinguished ).NOTICE OF SALE:
the event of the coming railway you r
as promptly and efficiently as if No Ice I/ hereby given that the un- .
will hear things hum In this part of derclfened/as
Big Jim had, been sounded. In short Guardian of the person
7' Wf do* not claim to be a big thousands discovered, and some admitted Osceola county. and minor SatpTfl; vrlll of make Olivine I application Zella: Savage. to the a .j.jr

and too that this mighty noise was On January 7th a society was' or. Honorable. T. it. Murphy County Judge' _
duck, yet we are needless and a nuisance. But Big of Oaoeola County Florida. In Probate .',
which named the "Truck.

old iirthe business to be styled a Jim begin has work been and telling when people to quit when when to ers ganized Association was of Hunterland," and) noon Sitting 1) 1914.thereafter on at Monday.Ten as o'clock said February application A. M.9tii.or can aa A. ,

:L duckling. We are therefore, (hut not where) the fires were for so those present were Mr. and Mrs. Wil- t>n heard, for an order authorizing theundersigned

duck in many years that some have come to j hite Mr and Mrs. F. Reals Mr. and H*>11. or Contract aa guardian to nell at aforesaid private .ale to !
sized
medium a
... just a of real I )
: regard it as actually some :MrV Reynolds, Miss E. Barschcl, the following I described I
Jtf: > \ value to them but it isn't indispen erty of ;Bald minor f..nI.rrg. F
medium sized [puddle, making a sable. In fact it is a relic of the Me.ssrW.. ''''. (Chandler J. K. Opdyke, ceola County. Florida to-wlt _
n : Lots 4 and 5. Block 20 of S F. R. C.. _
big noise about our wares. I village stage of Jacksonville's devel- P. Barnard J. A. Wilhite, P. E. Tas- Survey of the Town of Klnalmtnee,

opment.. ler. H. Menley, and E. II. Barschel Oncrola County. Florida., Which application -

I There are some other Florida cities :Mr. ('. Bunnel also being a member ror will such bbaecd sale now on upon file the In said petition iTtj
that are hampered l by the same kinds court.Kissimmee..
"Be Good, Come Here For of nuisance. I I although not present, the following "'Ia. Jan. 8. 1914. I ,
F, Wills There is another useless noise. Every officers were elected for the ensuing: R B. SAVAGE.
We
Good Meats and Guardian of Olivine Zclla Savage. I
city and nearly every hamlet in term ( ending July 1st) president, E. VanB Agnew & Crawford. ,
Make Good With the Goods." the State and in the land has it. The II. Bar..chel, vice president W. W. Attorneys for Petitioner. 84tXtTICU ,
statement is made with all reverence
f I III and due regard for long cherishedand Chandler; secretary, Miss E. Barschel;

-- -- time-honored traditions and treasurer. Mrs F. Beals. The memo Of ]MAATKH'S! ""....;
I \ prejudices but church bells are unnecessary bership fee was fixed at $1.00 per \ I !
p RUINED
wholly unnecessary. People year; regular meetings will be heldat Notice Is hereby fflven. that under :
BASS don't depend upon bells to call Itnd'1ry.Irtue of a final decree of foreclosure. .i
&
BASS them to the "movies," to the theatre, Mr. Wilhite's store every Wednes- seal of .the Issued Circuit out Court of and of the under Seventh the

I MARKET to any place of amusement or entertainment day at :2 p. m., to which a cordial in- Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida.
.' or business not even to vitation is extended to everybody In and for Oaceola County. In Chancery ,

_____________________ catch railroad trains which are expected ;- I:I to become members and intending lending Sitting.. wherein In a certain the City cause of.KUslmmee.therein ,
to move at specified moments. Florida a municipal corporation la ONE SOUND CONSTITUTION ONE SWEET DISPOSITION
k.
_ _ settlers invited
are especially to communicate -
-
r"" ---- -- i They don't need bells to rail them to Complainant and K. D. Waring la Respondent i
.' NOTM-K TO < IIKIHTOIIN.la church-they only think they do. I'i with the secretary for any the undersigned, a* Qpecla.1 I

i. I t... PlaSticS <::.:;n- ..r ike I .Hi .. They go by the home clock or dads !i information.The Master outcry In during Chancery.the legal will hours sell at of nubile sale ONE WOMAN'S' HAPPINESS AND THE SPARKLE OF A {
4 ,'if lit.... I. ..!.- watch and the bell l is merely incidental. -| purpose and object of this organization of"'fore the court house door In the City .
KlaBlmmee. In said
Osceola County.
few churches
f Klorldo.In Comparatively city
rlet '
It*: Thoina l>rake ...."'.an)'. is the exchange ,of best on Monday. the 2nd day of March A.
t: BankruptIn3ankrutcY. in these days are provided with bells. II. 1914 tbe following described land ONE CLEAR COMPLEXION PAIR I OF BRIGHT EYES
.* To the credItors ot Thomas;. Orake Why should any churches have them? methods and plans for the successful .situate lying and being In Osoeol

Co.. of fit. Cloud. OnCfola rount) and To some there is a sort of poetic growing of citrus fruits vegetablesand County Lot 1 and and KU State of of Lot Florida.2. Block 4. Rob.ert .

.4'' t. District Notice aforesaid Is hereby a lyt-n bankrupt.that on t Insist sanctity in the sound of the distant forage crops, and to provide best Bass's. Addition.
of 1)ece.mb4r. I9U. the said church chimes floating across the Terms of sale cash.
4 Thomaa day Drake Company Was duly adJudtratnd quiet air of the summer Sabbath selling and shipping facilities to be Dated. \IKIaalmmee. Florida this 12th The cause was an ancient cook stove. The family that
;: a bankrupt and th. ttr.tra0etlnK holier of assistance to new settlers, and to day of January A. D. 1(14.
iII.. which inspires to higher and I
/ of Its creditors will be held atJotba PAT JOHNSTON. called her "Mother" saw what was happeningwhen it
court house In Klaalmmot Kla.. on thoughts-at least, some say It does. i stimulate social relations. Special Master In Chancer.y was i.
1 7th day of -.....brll.r).. 11I14. at II .But. how about the suffering invalid Your correspondent is of the opin- VANS Attorneys AGNEW for& CRAWFORD too late.
time the credi! Complainant. 4-4t
which
at
a. m. bed of block "
pain
/ tossing on a a
.
may attend prove their claim ap.- ion that this organization is a movein ,
To him it is rack
examine the bankrupt aw.yT an unholy
trustee '
transact a such other business a* et bringing torture and adding unnecessarily -' the right direction, and will only NOTICH: OK Arri.ic-ATioiv FOR TAX Don't allow anyone you care for in your family to cook {(
properly come be-fore the said to hi sagony. Only custom result beneficial to this vicinity andas I>KKI> tJ>NI IJH: SECTION *7. AND
\ but I. .,
'- ." &. urn OICNIC .... HTATUTIES OF* on anything a genuine Favorite Range .
continues the church bell in
t"" WM. HuNTER. the fertility of the soil has been TUB STATIC OK FLORIDA. .
Iteferee In Bankruptcy.Tampa . !I these days. Its usefulness! if it ever .-
Fla.. Jan. 11. nl4. s-11 had any but a sentimental use, has demonstrated, our only drawback at Notice. I. hereby given that M. D. '
'I Its of inflicting real the present time is lack of proper Tlndall. purchaser of Tax Certificate Favorite Range will do the finest baking you have ever' r'
OP ADNIN1STIIATION. gone. power No. 970. dated the 7th
CITATION day of June A.
: harm is recognized.But transportation and settlers It is, D. 1817. has filed a.ld certificate. In my seen and do it with lees effort than you expend on the poor ..;
IN COI'IIT' O- COUNTY: oIlu'.1! when we come to the gasolene- however rumored for certain'that office and has made application for with.
STATE' OK K OHIUV.' tax deed to Issue In accordance with range you are now fussing
I moved machines on land and water ,
i .t.ta .t ".... 1(;;;;........... "._.1. the automobile, the motorcycle and work has commenced on the railway law.Said certificate embraces< the follow ,',
C..67. IIF I". Jada. a' 11.101 the launch we have entered a field of which will of course correct this and ing described property situated In Os You find the '.
can just have.been
ceola range you for
(...... County Florida to-wlt: looking
for noise- we will then have countr
almost infinite a ysceondto
,. ."' Whereas, Margaret Koehenderfer possibilities I Lot number Fourteen ( number in the Favorite Line for there
has applied to this Court for Letters of making. Cities In all parts of the none. Fifteen (1C), and t 1')8t\: \.- half are hundred of styles and f
Administrationwith will annexed' onthe have it. The of Lot number Sixteen ((1' of tile '
land legislated against size
I, estate of Jofen Koehenderfer,- Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wilhite and Florida Agricultural Company's Sub :
r C....... lateof said. CountY of Osftoolt use of the muffler has been instated Miss Bamchel attended division of Section Thirty-tiro (It), /
a cane- llIng \
These ,.reTbSr.fOr5. To :tae and iaraonlsh on and in some places the use of the Township Twenty-five (II) South. ,
f ; .all and. slnrular klmlrwlad cut-off li punished by fines in the municipal at Mr. W. W. Chandler's. A very Rang Thirty-one (II) East. The said
S said deees.ae II of date
and I.cr.dltors before this Court on or be- courts. 1180me places the enjoyable time was spent; the syrup of said .. I.I": the of name Issuancs -
tore appear tb. ,1r4 daY if ,t'bruah' A. 11. punishment is Inflicted-In some it Is boiled under Mr. Chandler's of. Florida Home Plantation Company.
and AI. obj.\(10"J If anyhave. tn.y I super- Unless said certificate. shall be redeem Osceola Hardware C
I .T' v.14.. to the . 01' Lott't.ra y\.d. not. vision was as ever excellent. ..according to law. tax d.ed wllV issue -
ur.nministration indeed Is the
uhestate ...101 Unfortunately Neighborhood
wItb1W, 1 annexed thervon on the 10th day of Janu-
,\ otherwise the same will bo inhabited in these days. by Sugar cane milling'and plantingseems .ry\A.! 1514.WI .. .

.,. %. granted to aald other Margaret fit peraon Kochenderforor. cr i iraona.witness the popular society girt, who possesses to be the order of the day. Mr. at. my Klsslramee hand and City official Florida seal, . {: I

k' to seme my name aa County Juds.the "an assortment of "autontoDilf F4 Beals is also busy planting a two- (Seal) this *lattor/ ol December, the, Faiorite 'Store of Jdsslmmee .
of, the .County. aforeaaM 1114.' this llrd beaua. She returns from some acre patch. I A.J.D.b.U12.OVER8TREKT. .
of A. IX function about midnight, sometimes
day .Iuuar.l' f. I U. MWtP1T. Yours.. E. B. Clerk Circuit Court Oecs? ,1. .
c (8e&i) > .Count. ?...Jud4O. .very much e''j later and the auto engine. j truly 1 Sit ole County Florida, . : .... ..

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I LUMBER CO. DOYOUWANT.

Els.lmmesr Fla. Jan. ..''W. ..
The Council met In r. III." s..ssloh
there bslnsr present J. W. Thompson.yrvsldtnt .
C. JB.: Towel H. Prtther,
: \.. T. M. Rivera Gw. B. Craw. -

'U. Rough and Dressed *. tordcIlyattorneya;I J* R. ptlbretr eUrk Fruit 4.- ., ..::. .-. .Past1tte.t,:.
Theptnut.e of the last m..tlnrf' were ; ,t: .
read and ..,proy.... Reports) of officer ( ,> '! ,.
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were examined and approved; bill li'JI- .,: . .
were approved and ordered paid as foN. : ' : ..J|('
( :'PINELUMBE'R.\ owsi'i; Farming"' ; ., GrazingTrucking ;

; J. W. Lilly salary .. 'may6r.-' *0.00 . '. .. \ ,
C. F. Tlson salary as marshal, T5.00 I *\''
1 ?' Howell Baas salary as polio. (0.00, ; ..
Timber
.r. Z. -
Robvraon
: salary as treas <
..urer ________._,?? __-?___-. .. .36.60 : . s.
; HOUSE BILLS, A SPECIALTY Van.... H. Agnew Ollbcrl.. A salary Crawford as clerk salaryas 7S.' 0 --', . '( .- :..".,, ?!. '\

.
oily attorneys, I months.- 80.00 .. 1 .
J. R. Ullbert salary as deputy ; \\,,: ,<.
{, : collector ______________ 1__ SI.OO ..'.. .LANDS ; :: .::I ,...;
C. VTUsori, feeding; ,persons! t .
months _______..___-_____... ..18.110Lee ,r ,' ,
Neal extra police......... 11.00 ,
p
Fraternity Hall rent Nov. vt
.it l>ec. __________________.... 5.00 'I
sceola Journal, printing-- ...110 :
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. C.A EON: FAR 2ER::: :: Valley Burroughs Uaaette. Adding, prlntlngc.Mach. Co.__., .70 HaveJ'hemfor; Sale in Any Size Body ,,?i 4

< -.IrT:: >9VRA.rTCF: :: Osceola Hdw. Co., Kfdse. for city .tS .

paper for adding mach------ 1.60 From Ten Acres td One Hundred ...:
*v,
: 3. W. Thompson salary as
Successor to the Dozier Leitner Agency member of council __.._____ 1.00 i,art'.
C. E. Towell salary as member .
State Bank Building of council ____...._____ 2,00J. Thousand Acres. '
I-:. Rush salary as memberof P
r council __.________,?____ 1.00 .
Q. H. ITatrter. salary as member A Letter Addressed Me Will
r' of council ___.......___ 1.00 to Bring a. .
T. 1>1. J Rivers salary as member -
of council .__... 1.00
888Y 88 3. R. Gilbert freightand supplies Full Description and Terms of Sale. r

__. t.>5 ,
." RA.Y'STONE' -t3 ARDENB: F. H. Jenkins service.as city ,
G engineer ....____ __________ 20.00 : ;

Railroad Ave sad Dskoa St..Kissisnnee; Fla.. T. M. Rivers fair chairman exhibit; appropriation ____'__- IfO.OO : '

H.- N. Ilratton salary as su D. G. McKAY 1KISSIMMEE

1 $ Now have ready for setting out: $. perlntendent'R. Ullbert. of pay street roll work for 7S.OO .. ', : .

Strawberry Plants Eggplant Plants street hands ______._______ UO.tO i.,,,
Osoeola Hardware Co., Mdse. .
Cauiflower Bell Pepper Plants for street work n_________ 1.70 '. .
Tomato Plants Mack Bros., teams for street
FLORIDA
.work 14.80 :

' And will soon have celery and all lands of vegetable plants Berry enger P--------------------_.____ _________ =__ 80.00A. ....
I M ; that grow best in this country by 100 or 1000. J. Key, salary as scavenger 60.00
Prather A Lupper Mdse. for
Enquire of NICK ROGERO Supt. Ore department 1.16
A A. Tano pay r----------- j.0 CENT
company ____ _____________ 17:00 1661.14 with Interest to January ISth. "UAtfOA&ETS" LADIES, ATTENTION
Eureka Fire Hose Co., ho.e for 1914. amounting to $S.l?. TOE' LIVER AND BOWELS .
fire 1,045.00 Tax executions, for taxes of lilt
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K. S. Johnson::,en.tal r as superintendent amounting to 1106.16. were ordered Sign wanted worked hi some *
'- of water plant 90.00 placed on the errors and Insolvent list. .s
BRYAN Secretary. Will Tales, salary as fireman There' being no further business, the Cure Sick pretty design, sits about S6xiaX
C. A. CARSON Prtisident. N. C. Headache Constipation
water plant 37.60Osoeola council adjourned to meet In regular
----- --------- Inches
Hdw. Co.. tapping; water session Tuesday. February Ird. A. D. Biliousness Sour Stomsjeh Bad for the coining ,Exhibit f
mains and supplies__--_ 49.OS 1914. at T:10 p. m. Breath- Candy Cathartic. Osceola County's products, ste.XTwo
R. L. Starling, labor sewer_ 1.10 II J. W. THOMPSON. .
The Waters & Carson Columbian Iron Works, hydrant President.J. with the word "Welcome" s/d one

__n__ ______________ 11.4Standard R. Gilbert each with the word ..
__ "Progress"
Oil Co. oil 18.S7 Clerk.
------- Noodds how bad
W. A. Joiner, salary\ superintendent your liver, stomach 'Prosperity.' ." Have the signs. the
E. L. Plant-------- 116.00 or bowels.;. how much your head
S. E. Gardner, salary as engineer PREHISTORIC aches, how miserable you are from lame on both ,Ide.. Do not be backward .

Grocery Company J. C. Buckles E. L, V.salary-----as---I line---- 78.00 constipation. Indigestion biliousnessand In coming forward.

U. l'. __--_ 60.00 sluggish bowels-you always get Communicate withA.
N.m N..n'pr.o;: .., salaryas fireman relief with Cascarets. They Immediately

'i, I ________ _--_________-- 88.00 GUATEMALA TOBEJANSACKED cleanse and regulate the stomach E. THOMAS r
V. R. Kills, salary as collector -
\V. & Lt. plant------- 60.00Joe remove the soar, fermenting food Secretary and Manager. 4
Wholesale) and Retail Dealer InGROCERIES Detwller labor .W. & Lt. and foul gases; take the excess bile

plant ________ h__________ 4.60 from the liver and carry off the constipated NOTICE TO VOTERS:
W. H. Jones, drayage, W. & Lt.
;' plant __- __________________ 10.00C. m-aste matter and poison t '.
1>. Cain line work Lt. plant 6.60 from the Intestines and bowels. A10cent
W. A. Joiner, advanced for labor box from druggist will The registration books for Osceola /
.' ______ ____ your County Will the
Lt. plant -- -- 6.60 FOR SAN DIEGO EXPOSITIONMOST keep your liver and< bowels clean I open first Monday In/
W. & C. Oro. Co.. wood tickets and dose
January the first M
391.h cords uunn______ 187.67 stomach sweet and head clear for .Monday
. 444 . . . .. .. . i I. ....... .....4..; State wood Dank tickets,or 1921"Klsslmmec.. cords.110,10 months, they work while you sleep 'March. Books,1914; will;'be open'In all'products" /

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t Florida Electric Co., material In the ,
, WE SELL: 4 WEZUYI' E. U I-. _nnnu______ 77.65 OF THE FINDS WILL GO TO Even fa. -ily trees are not exempt county."c.'W.GRIFFIN, : .'
Fort Wayne Electric Works SMITIISONIAN AFTER HAVING -
C HAY material E. L.. -'.____________ 66.61 from grafth g. Supervisor;of o HIDES, electric Appliance Co.. meters, SERVED THEIR PURPOSE -
GRAIN E. U P--------------------- AT SAN
W. B. Marklnson Co., Mdse. E.
0 : FURS, L. P. ____uuu_____________ %.26 DIEGO.
FERTILIZERS, 4 B. Dlckerson Ore brick__--___ 2.00 Choice of 5 Tourist Trains
'- 4 WOOL, Osceola Hdw. Co.. Mdse. for

.1 _____ _____ _
" SHINGLES, 4 4 E. Li P. -- -- __ _-- 19.95 Washnigton, D. C., Jan. 23.-Prehistoric -
V. It. Kills freight labor &
.. 4 supplies E. L* P. _____n____ S4.70 Guatemala is about to be ran- North and
ORANGE BORES 4 4 AND Nelson Realty Co., insurance sacked for the benefit of the San Die- Northwest"
\ s 1:. L. plant __nuun_ 9.62 exposition and, incidentally for the :
go ,
O D.! Q. Wagner, insurance E.
ORANGE WRAPS, 4 4 ALL 1.. plant n__________________ 18.24 National Museum, as collections are
o M. Tiller, Insurance E. U. plant 7.12 to be made there by one of the "Dixie flyer" "Seminole' Limited"

, VEGETABLE CRATES, COUNTRY Q. H. Prather chairman of street museum men and probably most of ,
. committee .reported having taken up the finds will eventually revert to the
' o' a the matter with the and "Dixie Limited" "South
o PRODUCE. city attorney Atlantic' Limited"v
CRATE NAILS '. olty engineer sJ adjusting Sumner Smithsonian after they have served.
street and with the exception of one their purpose at San Diego.
i:1. .
,: .. ,0000000000, .0. . . ... ...... ....... ... property owner had been assured that. Neil Judd, one of the assistant "Montgomery Route" ....,
.. '. change In street could be properly
< of the National .
archeologists Museum
ju.t..d. city attorney advised that It '
sell field and garden .eeci. of all Unas. . would be necessary. for property own has just sailed .Guatemala. and will .'" ''v" Via iO&Atlantic
.i We Mid : -
to make deed
er. to city grantingchange be followed in about three weeks by "
.
'.' We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. In right-of-way of said street.
Edgar L. Hewitt of the American In-
. Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. On motion the matter a. stated was
" V1' We are fertilisers.county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us far circulars andprices referred to act.to street_ committee with power stitute. the of exploration.Archeology, Mr.who Hewitt is directing ta- Coast( Line !H'Standard

on On motion. It was so ordered: that the now in Washington and has arranged
street committee open up Central avenue for the co-operation of the Smithsonian -
as per agreement by former council in the field work. Railroad of the South '
with property owners on said avenue. +.,
l>e*ds for right-of way having Mr. Hewitt is one of 'the directorsof Pullman cars' Jacksonville '
been filed with city clerk. the American Institute of Archeology to Chicago St Louis Cincinnati. '
The street committee was Instructed Louisville Indianapolis Cleveland, Grand Rapids and intermediate .
and is the founder and has ,
t
to order 180 feet of 12-Inch sewer pipe i
SOME SPLENDIDSUBURBAN to be used on Main street abutting Mr. been: for years one of the active spir- points.
J.' 1<:. avla' property Mr. Davis agreeIng its in the state museum of archeologynow DINING AND OBSERVATION CARS
to make any fills necessary In con M.
established at Santa N.
nectloh Mr.' H.with N. Bratton same. superintendent of He has recently been made Fe directorof For tickets and information call on Atlantic.Coast.Line ticket !

:. HOMES street work suggested the purchase of exhibits for the San Diego exposition agents, or
;
lump-wagons for sanitary department
on motion same Vas referred: sanitary that the exploration in Guate- J. G. KIRKLAND Division Passenger Agent
,
committee. mala are now being made.It .
"Yampa
Redemption of tax sale certificates has been suspected for a long Flag
NOB. 29 of 1893. 368 of 1894 and 116 of
FOR SALE 896, In connection with subsequent time that there were interesting pre-
omitted years, was allowed at face historic ruins to' be found in Guatemala -
value without ;interest and clerk fees. and recent surveys of Mr. He- $ $ .... .

?- '" Five acres adjoining two l large lots fronting on a pretty street just out- on ments.account of Irregularity In assess witt are said to confirm this. The,' I

, side limits where low. house fronts East on high ground pretty The following resolution was Introduced natives of the country are largely of RARE CHANCE IN SUBURBAN HOME : ,
city taxes are and unanimously adopted.Be the old strain mixed with As other
Maya some interests prevent living there. I offer for sals
view of surroundings waterworks through house; yard full of shrubbery and It Resolved. By the council of the of the more modern stock. The ruins my my
City of Klastmmee. that a standing reward place on Fish Lake, four and a half miles from Kissimmee and equt.
fruit trees; five acres planted to Citrus fruits with fine irrigating system of twenty-flv "Z5.OO) dpllars I.h..reby Is eo far located in outline are evidently distant from St Cloud.

through An ideal place to live and raise a family with free county offered to any one furnishing of the oldest Maya culture and consist /
grove. and of life and still evidence sufficient! to convict any partyor largely of pyramids surmountedwith This property comprises over 20 acres of good land.and
high school privileges also church every advantage city parties of the <}reniie or defacing or
destroying public or private property. buildines chiefly temples and 660 feet on the lake front. Excellent fishing. ,
enjoy the freedom of the'countVy.This There being no further business, the religious rather than military struct The land is half fruit and balance muck. Has house
council adjourned to meet In adjourned st
These have
urea. wealth of inter-
'- session, January at 7.10 p. m. a new story and a half 30x30 ft. Has water in the house, twoone
is owned by man living in Pennsylvania who will sell at J. W. THOMPSON esting inscriptions and rock carvings, .
a
properly of these is
President.J. which are to be reproduced so far Ai ( flowing) of fine artesian water good out
bargain price and on favorable terms of payment.We R. Gilbert.Clerk. possible. Mr. Judd will make photographs barns and chicken runs. = '

----. sketches and papier-mache County road and A. C L Railroad run through south c d hot ,

also have two other improved 5-acre tracts in same neighborhoodthat The council met In January regular 9th adjourned 1914. impressions'casts and of models.them to be reproducedin with station adjoining. Telephone service with Kissunmee\ d St.. b

are real bargains want to get in correspondence with you. so we can tell session. there being resent J. W.Thempeon I One of the most interesting of the Cloud. Title to property perfect. Price very reasonable and terms y ;

you all about these places. Can locate a small colony here where good ad- I.Prathor, ')',. preeld..nt-M. RU ers; and J .t:.J.Rush II. Ullbert.'u. H. finds that has so far been made In given if desired. Apply to J. W. Prentis Box 196. Kissimmee, Fku fI \,...

be had. clerk.R. this region is a large series of im- ?
vantages can 37t1
D. Drlffirers submitted applicationfor I

-- at $1.75 position per day.as foreman On motion of street, same work was, carved mense with stone mythological column! representa-elaborately !.fi'.1i'.fi'fi'.fi'Fi'Ji Y Yt! 3Fi'AIft'h! !Ii !l.Ii! Y !x tAYt! !x!x Y !xx! Yt

..',1 farms truck farms in the Artesian belt ; I'
We have some large groves c referred to street committee. I
Have few On motion it was so ordered that tion.Some of these columns '. n.
with excellent Rowing wells and good improvements. a places .street for sixty are twentyor ,I

located" here owned by Northern men who will sell on easy payment plan can days, tO.kkebeee"l..d. as work thirty feet high, and except for the; i "
of openingup Central avenue Is. com fact that they are monoliths are much
. fit you out with any sort of an inviting deal. Write us tell us what you pletod. like the wooden totem posts affected )
, On motion It was so ordered that the
want. marshal be Instructed to see that sanitary by some of the Alaskan Indian tribes.In THE H. G. SIEVE R ,
t work Is properly done. some places there are regular ave-
The clerk was ordered to draw war nues'of these V
loan of surplus with excellent rant for 1.BOO.00 against the sinkingfund stone pillars. It speaksa
We have an opportunity to some your money i
of the electric light and street good deal for the engineering skill REALTY COMPANYNOT
security, and get you good rate of interest. bonds, as a loan for sinking fund ofgeneral 1 of these primitive people that they
note.; also warrant for interest were able to stones of- such '
quarry
IN THE
TRUST
for six months at 8 per cent per ----- ;

Have a few good places for rent. Write us and let us tell you of this annum.After revising the city registrationlist size, them beside up transporting in them ent location.and setting 10,000 acre Stack Farr, a bsrfsla if takes at sacs,

Come down and eat Strawberry Short-cake and bask in on motion the council adjournedto There will be modes of such }
splendid .
country. made $5.00 .
meet Tuesday January, 11th 114 per acre. -:- :- -: :- -:- ;
, the sunshine instead of wading mud,and snow in the North. Come down and at 7:10 p. m.Tuesday. of the temples as are too large for removal Prairie Land, Orange Graves, Uifk Uajassock LsaJj ThaW Leads
, ha feed cattle but can grow them and plaster casts will t be madeof .
beef where never your
cheap you January
grow the united States.' Shall we hear from ? llth 1114. the most Interesting rocs figures.All ...... at AH Pikes sad Easy Tens '
cheaper than any other place in ,you The council met In adjourned session, these will be sent first to San Die *
theirs betas present J. W. Thompson.Kssldent 2,000 acre Stack Rsack irfll excksnn half valss
I ; C; R. Towell. J. E. Rush T. go and later will find a permanent ,
and J.. R. Gilbert clerk.A home-in the National Museum hers. far tker real estate _t- -:- '.1- -:- -1-/:,; 1
petition signed br a number of
NELSON REA.L.rry.CO.: citizens asking! council to take actionIn I

West re..a"to KlMlmrae navtair. corner pond Bermuda-drained and In I Oklawaha Nurserieshave the finest Orange "Groves all sizes and)prices

Patrick streets, on. motion. same was strain of Pineapple Orange trees, warranted

Bank KisSimm/Fla.M referred to street committee.: strictly trait. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA..
Rear of State The clerk waa authorized to ;draw I produce fancy: II, is

,.... warrant Ire favor .of Cltlsens Bank.for. Oklswahm Nurseries.Tangerine', Flaw, I'' :
|*74.4. part In Ueu of warrant N. r
lilt .and .balance, ;on. said warrant for Write. for catalo&. 2-4t .
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In DKp ., J,,.W,, SIMPSOJJ" . a.r I :is shoes ...in.: our -

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DENTIST. LEDAL

THEJTHER"BREEDSPUREBRED store. .
Upstairs in Katz Building. :
\ n>. to 12 m. '
/ OrnoK HOUKS ANGUS IIEU'ERVAS
: f J.30: ( to'S:30! : p. m.
Telephone No. 7d Juo 6. lvn GRAND CHAMPION OF THE L e

5 1 I, LONDON SMITHFIELD .

DR. W. W. CARSON .;; H Hr i I SHOW.

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DENT1S1Office P'r r 'wvl
r,1 Though the Aberdeen-Angus breedis w

j 'over Cole'i Jewelry Store no stranger to notable International

Office Hours: 8-12, 1-5 'Bhowyard victories, the occurrence of ..
Office phone 168Residence" / such successes as are chronicled in \
23 your show number must have special t

tias administered for extraction of teeth gratification at a time when the for-
hr.mrcAYPALL4WEEK tunes of the breed are very distinctlyon

the upgrade, and when the newer
DR. H. g. GEIGER meat-supplying countries such as
PHYSICIAN AND SWIia 01"
and and such
her Argentina Brazil a
m Citizens Bank Building pastoral-developing territory as the 4J

Klssimmee, Florida union of South Africa and Rhodesia, v

Phones: Office 297 or 64 are going in so strongly for Angus cif'' t'ra
cattle The Breeders Gazette
I says
14-lyr
265.
4/ Residence, The record of the breed and its

|I crosses at the 1913 British fat stock I '. ..;

jr RIVERS M I). I shows was marvelous. There has }
T.M.
scarcely been u show of any importance . '

,' PHYSICIAN and< SURGEON I in Scotland, England or Ireland V .
dl omoe over Osoeola Pharmacy I at which the breed or one of its Each week more Spring shoes are

53 crosses has not supplied the leading added to stock. Ladles and Gen
I Residence our "
PHONES: I winners. The most popular cross is *4',. i
Ofllc.e I4tlTy that of the Angus and the Shorthorn '
tlemens oxfords In the latest comfortable ;
S preferably an Angus sire and a ,
Shorthorn dam-but the Angus cross --
L. WINN has also been successfully used with styles. Ij .
.
l Sussex, Devons, Herefords, Red Polled Let fit feet-then i
PHYSICIAN I'I I and Lincoln Reds, while the Dexters us your you'll not .

Office 2nd Floor Willson Building. and Kernes there have !been produced I have to hunt the corn doctor nor vIII

Yy RBHMCNCB PHONK 31Omc K.s."....... I I the prettiest packages of meat that ,
,i troNmVl ...1..,..... I the most fastidious could desire. your feet look like a pair gf canvassed
1 At Norwich in the steer class I
young(
I j mlttee Been fit to cheapen their "Fles-
r. A. VANS AONKW w i ca.wroWI FESTIVAL RUN | la." but thin they have not done. Not no fewer listeie than purebred the first Anjtus four in Simi.the I hams. For twenty years ve have

u concession has \been Hold, though prize
V ANS AGNEW &: CKAWrOKD linn'h cash could have been secured in Imply in the .section open for craes- been studying the shoe business. We
thin breds. sticis of Anirus hi'''tiling
j A'MCR\EYS.AT-LAW! ON HIGH PLANE I The way.committee was determined that type wile fust and third while in thehoy"u'.old give you the benefit of our study If r '
the leader
last was bv
I none !but the highest grade: ot1entertainrnenl -
Offlrra 8-41>.t: CHIrfnt hank lliillillug( Shorthorn Angus will
should lio offered their guests a sire and out of a" ; you trade with us. ;
Kissimmee Florida and theallv.hoo"\ artists who have tow I In the class for heifers H first

I GASPARILLA WEEK IN TAMPA TO tried to get In have been told there cross, of Angus t type was first, a purebred I We carry only the best grades, but
was notliliiK doing' hllllI" second und a cioss by all
: FURNISH FUN ( :
: lieD. GEIGER. AH an illustration of the high,; orderof AIIg'u"I'l',\ thud. The best I beast' I listen, we do not ask you two prices.H. .

1 Character of Men Who Are Back of the Carnival the names of the commltlee bread, ai-d, 1 fed in the county of Suffolkwas 1

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW the Plan Indicates High Qualityof I[ are guarantee': enough W r, a black steer, ,showing{ how the
the Entertainment. I Temple Is chairman of the Carnival bleed i is penetrating into almost every )
t Office State Bank Building Association, I'. A. McKay vice president district the lit tish Isles The best C. STAMFORD{ CO.

) Kissimmee Florida) SPECIAL RATES TO TAMPA. J. A. Griffin tr"lUiurer. and lj sticei in the show was a {troubled us t (
'II U. Keagln secretary was also the reserve best steer, while I '
-- Executive committee la as follows: the grand champion of the show was I
F. PARKER, Hark of the gn-al CaHparllla festival \\' c- TI.Ml'l-i: Chalriimn a lossbied. and the )reserve /gland, )'-;.
GEO. which Taniiia Is giving on February\ C A M< KA Y. A "chalrinun champion purebred Angus. 'these winning - : J

Attorney-at-Law. 21 to 24. an Its onlrjniiion lo the J 1. A U clKlhFI HI.ACJ1N. IrtHHiiirr hetretar .. / also the female championshipand [ standard of the stock produced, whether : : t
f, gaiety of llf. In (South Florida, this t'LviIt C.I.KNN l the reser\e I, LATEST FAD OF it is chickens or horses. i 1.

Collections and Conveyancing winter are the. Icxlgi-n, nodal, frator T II FISI1I.KT At Birmingham ill the losses for Some localities, the department '1'

Specialtiei.112V4 nal and business organizations of .J I T M MAHONEY ATKINSON rossbieds Angus< blood predominated hays, are particularly adapted to a i

Broadway. the city, The Mercliants' ABBOO! J .1 I I)0NKS, leading in all four lasnes The cup THE DEPARTMENT particular breed of live stock, and it i
v adon conceived the Idea its Boosters" J 1HH: IK'IIEHUY.JOA.ll'IN for the best crossbred and the reservewent hopes to extend the community breeding !/.

\ F. KRIBBS committee merchants. first bringing it before the WI 01 1oriZFHKU >F. to first crosses of Angus breeding I" idea along with the growth of the I :. ,
(T The plan was a bit too As chairmen of the other commit- The grand championship of the OF AGRICULTUREIS rural organization service, which the I"
large for -- h
ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEE, FLA. alone and one organization to take up Ic-efl the following may \>c named! show was won by an \npus A black I department is now fostering. "
a mans
meeting was called!,
Their names alone are a guaranteeof )polled crossbred heifer was the reserve -:
Examination of Titles a Specialy. delegates being Invited to attend from the high grade of the IIl'ltPUiWd> car- grand champion .\\ hilI' the bet '/
every organ Il.allon: In the city I' NOTICE h
t Notification and payment of taxes of aivaL Availing ill the show was a steer l h;:
The ,
result was tremetidoux It BREEDING OF LIVE STOCK
f non-reudenta Riven careful the was KlNArtCIB A. vtflla.I lUll| Angus Ki'e. I Bids for the rental of FRATERy, ;
best Im
outpouring of (he mm who I Fl0fs A T. Allen'
C attention. "do thlngH" that Tampa has I seen in 'I lsrm-Kr!j: CARNIVAL; i iittrd. At Kdmbuigh. in the four lasses NITY HALL OPERA HOUSE for h
I I'U IJHI.lCITi.. U Iteagln.HALLEdgar for rossbrc'ds, containing in alj) this
,
many a day. The idea had the will be I
caught on ensuing year opened Feb'r
} : HtruHHI COMMUNITY: AN'UMIK !
ON PLAN
thie
t> -nine (entries, there were only :
i Pat Josniton G. P. Garrett at slghLA steering committee wax named I I "I'AKADl.-; ; : .i"nraENTEIITAINMi'; 'r--w c;. HKT." 'in. I cases in which Angus blood was not TilE MUST START AT ruary 5th. Address C. W. Bann b

& GARRETT and hustled about bit I IN"'OHM1'I"o.; ; IiUHI':AC-1': i \V. i)ri.- represented while in "\'pry" ">" the Sec'y. 3-4t k
JOHNSTON a to( formulate a \MNCHKSTElt, VA., THEHOME
.
t.11. leading uwuids. went to animals lam '
Attorney at Law plan of action. It called another meet. I AUT01ll0"II.ES-JII" <4 Anderson. Jr. g.Iv : ) OF I'U IU; .
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bred in bloodn
log of the delegates from the MOTUIII'I'I.I'S1I..ry I.ee. Angus AngusH'.orthoin -
organizations !
Offices 10, 11 & 12 of the city William Chase Temple 1KKUMINATION. K' MIIOW ', steer won the grand chan'p- I BKKEUS. I

Citizens Bank Bldf., was named as chairman of'the Carnival DKCOHATION :M. Prince.MAItSHAI.INCHIEFT }; Wler. : lonship and a purebred steer was ic- ( .

Kiisimmee, Florida. Committee; C. A. McKay, vice Jo'JJn'UHKK1', Conralh.WATER scrve. The championship ff the, female andV/
try chairman; J. A, Griffin, treasurer, and ('AHNfVAI.-c.. fjreene. classes was won by a purebred Washington, D. C.. Jan. 26.com Citrus ."f u
I'VHIAQ NAVETY-N. Woidward, the being black munity live stock breeding is one of
reserve a
L D. ,
i Reaglu secretary; chairmen: of CHK88 (1AMH M. Caraliallo. r
HUMAN -
'r IX>DU O.MAC8CY T. deco WARLOWJudse subsidiary committees were named and I UATTLiBSHU'S M Heiarkman; E. W<- poled ciossbred. the latest practical applications of Its OrnamentalJTrees> '
Late Counsel for of the the work of reducing: the plan to cold, MonrOMe,' VSc -ChalrmunRA1LKOAD During recent years no breed has researches that is being encouragedby .i
r Ftartd. R. R. Comin. Criminal Court RATUS' -Janrfu F. Taylor.MIINIJulius I of
Agriculture.
1 honors at the the
r hard acts began 111"..". gained more champion Department = h
MASSEY WARLOWATTORNEYS It has been a tremendous Job for .\.1.: M\ST1C KlnI"JoJ T M.ihnncy London Smithfield show than the Angus It has made a Ktart in this line with
It Is no light: task to whip such an MILITARY AJFMUS' .* M H..in \ "oh,,". A purebred. Angus heifer was Winchester. Va., where there are a lot I Hedge, Shrubs and:FIowers } a

I AND COUNSELLOS undertaking into shape It hall been I, HOMING COSTUMES; ; K.KON Inn' ; ;I (IJ'KNT1.H1-/Smith U. grand champion of the Just show anda of live breeders and where the pure ] {
i. AT LAW ; done however, and one of the best \\'"nI..rLABon !black !pulled, heifer out of an Angus stock idea has taken hold and promises '
di Practice all\ the CourU of the stall> and of I fentiv tin ever held In the South Is I CJ1KJAN1ZAT1ONS \'. Ora- dam and by a Shorthorn sire was reserve to spread.The Landscape Gardening ;l
the United Blair.. ajao before the Fiords Rail, going to bw the ft'Kull ham.MAJH..HINOH..mftn. Then the bemt'''
.. grand champion: J. Sc nan & Co. InsecticJd ;
make
reed Coonml io.. and the Interstate iemnMtrotOoounlaelon. Hrireiier idea is to any community { er:
Special rales to Tampa will be In er-I RECEPTION-F. C llowverALI. steer in the show had .in him a good I sotck ill reared center for ,
where live a
w + 11-14 CUAKUOTON BLDG. ORLANDO FLA. fect for tills occasion not only from' I. DIES' OROANILATiUNS-Mrs. lash of Angus blood while the reserve pure-bred stock In the case of Winchester (Sold under U. S. G. recommend) -1 h
Jl rr Florida points, but from all points In K APOP to him was a purebred! Angus The '
Saturday Afternoon Program. the farmers there are being
the United States and Canada I SCHOOLS-Marnhall Moore. :yearling honors were won by one of ,1 encouraged to in for a standard Lime Sulphur Mixture for ,
NDREVN JOHNSON Embraces South Florida the favorite ..lue-lCrI'YK, by an Argue go Flowers Etc. m m
A I breed, whether it l is horses, cattle, Spray pump, i. (
'
Realizing from the start that the sue, and a purebred Angus( nV er WU'KI (f: lie
chickens
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT L i w Idea, was too wide to make It an excluslvely I reserve pigs, or both hand and truck.

,5 W, Will Practice in all Courts Tampa affair the plan has I: YE MYSTIC KGEWE' ., In the carcasH ,competition the The department, on its experimental "j>"rt tnlWJ

1 State and Federal been right along to have It embrace all I championship went to an Angus heif- farm at Belleville. Md., has a fine H. Edmund Swabey Agt. J
t
Office adjoining of South Florida. There are thousands ter 1 which was pronounced by butchersas outfit of chickens. They are not confined c1
Broadway
of visitors from other and less favored to a single breed, though each
d Citizens Bank Kmaimmecrp. near perfection as is ever likely lobe Residence 9 Orla do Ave.
)h climes In our cities during the winter OF PIRATES BOLDWAS attained. The reserve for the strain, of course, is kept separate. The I:
I and it was planned to give these pea I championship went U a crossbred farm produces Barred Rocks, Buff Or- I I P. O. B. 625 ::1
ple as comprehensive a view of the pingtons Rhode Island Reds and Mih
.,' JENKINS j bullock combining Shorthorn and Angus a A l
advantages of South Florida as possible > blood. Of th't-wenty-four money Wyandottea. There are, of course y
., .1'1
With this end In view dues, FORMED IN 1904 BY GEORGE I Smithfield more chickens than tile farm wants to 1
SURVEYOR at one was won
prizes every -- n"J
counties boards of trade and other organizations HARDEE. sires carry, and the surplus of chickens and 1'
|I by animals either by Angus or
,, Fraternity Hall Klisimm, Fla. through the Citrus Belt out of Angus dams eggs is regularly sold, usually to the To
have been invited to take part in this clerks in the department, who absorball J. W. Thompson A'
Madalad all Knights of Comue of New At the winter show (of the Royal :
affair Right nobly have they responded I
; the surplus output.It '
and rely not Orleans" Mardi Graa Fame. !I I Dublin Society the championshipwent the divisionof
Tampa can only on' cannot be said that niF;
to Angus streer, as did also FUNERAL'DIRECTORand'
DR.:: A: J. HICKS their moral backing but on their more Have Great Times. en animal industry ia yet making the it
I the reserve champion. At Aberdeen, thI
practical support Another will its
year
Physician self-supporting by
i1 department
I the center perhaps of the largest
.L.+ and Surgeon see them ever more enthusiastically Ye Mystic Krewe of Oasparllla, the I cattle district Scotland the sales, but the chickens and eggs from
Office PhonesState lined up behind tliii\. great festival for Tampa organization that has lent Its I I breed feeding the in the farm frequently bring in from $40 LICENSED EMBALMER j
,
reserve
won championship.
It Is destined to develop great to the
poweras name greatest festival and
pageant to $60 a month.
Bank Office 41-Res. 40 I It also gained the for the best car-
tt Bird an advertising feature and the of which It remains tile central cup The chickens that are sold for eat- ; skD
load of eight cattle. This is a
shrewd heads who have built the compe-
up part, dates back to 1904. It was -orKanized are merely culls from the flock,
tition which has been from the ing Store and Stewart it
copied Chapel, Ara.
Citrus Belt will not be slow to realize In that year by George liar- International at Chicago. The breed but the farm is commencing to sell I ,
that fact dee a government employe then fresh, of Win- 1 d
breeding stock. In the case
.00.0..0..0000.0. . . also for best carload
The festival committee In strictly a from New Orleans and the remembrance was reserve the chester the chicken raisers of the com- Cll8IKKJlUI1. FLORIDA.
and had the for the best butchers' it
organization There Is prize -
co-operative of Its Mardi
Gras Ills Idea
have agreed to concentrate
: f Dann & Dann not a cent of returns for any of the was for a pageant, participated In by ;,I animal and the reserve and the munity Barred Rocks. They are a good
!I for the best heifer in the show.In on
members In the work they are doing the young men of the city, which prize fowl both for eggs \.1.1I
for the success of the big affair Uis would be an enjoyable occasion on the the old country of their birth and general-purpose this they L- --1
Grocery Company of the I the new of their adoption, the and eating and for region -
all done' for the good or one hand for themselves, fund on time country that mottled I
der" and Is a fine Illustration of the other hand for the public generally. I Angus !breed IR. still "the breed that have the advantage any E. E. Well
& of
being
\ -101 beats the record." N. B chickens has over a white
Broadway- of when
Tampans they
f boosting ability Ye Myrtle Krewe Has Grown. marks for hawks. In the
really get their minds set on doing a It IB. his. Idea grown and embellished less shining farm hawks are Real Estate and Insurance J orm

big tiling that has brought out the Ganparilla END STOMACH TROUBLE, region of Beltsville m .1'
R Operate the Cleanest Store The exppn.and. it Is likely to run festival I of four daYK' duration. DYSPEPSIA plentiful and they are particularly I !
GASES 4 OR to white chickens
close to $50.000--1.. met by voluntary Just UH the band of buccaneers Ye deadly x
\\J and Sell the Freshest Groceries chicken breedersare -
The Winchester it\
from the
with Rifts city
subscriptions : Mystic Krewe, tins from
grown about '
'' of Any House in Kissimmee. and county. Half the expense could thirty to one hundred with an honor now making a specialty of Ply- MAKE A SPECIALTY OF RENTING ,i ntI I

have been met hail the festival com. guard: of an hundred more HO has time "Pape' Dlapepsln" make. Sick, Sour, mouth Rocks, and the department will express Hm\ Ib

k .. .. ... . ...*...00000.. fete grown 'room a one-day affair on GaMY Stomach. surely feel fino the hope that Winchester for HOUSES AND ROOMS t. 1 n''

chrMmnthcmum, In the (lower. J po.ullailyappropriate Washington birthday to a carnival of In five minutes. soon be known as a headquarters '
ti> this month nearly. week I This year Is the first this breed where any fancier can read- 2O3 Broadway. Phone 272 ,? 'i a
Float No. 12.DEEAnERIs his stock. .
ily replenish ,
r-
that the Cinsparllla celebration will :
occupy
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"Ii R. F. PARKERTAILOR the year. and It Is the MUtnir lust that muiilli 1 I'ron of more than a single day, it will I If what you just ate la souring on One convenience of such a when commun-Mr. \\1;
parity, Huccraii and ('ontenunent should be held February 21.24. your stomach or lies like a lump of ity plan was shown recently y

f THE be the thought t'pl..o.l of the. month, Not only are the hundred piratesand lead, refusing to digest or you belch Lamon, the chicken expert of the de- 4(0414100 *04 *+ "fr **0
I 1 I. the gem at the month from the
The torquol received request
and the poinsettia typical especially. ofFlorida. the hundred honor guard planning gas and eructate sour, undigested partment, a
U the flower. ilo be used by to surpass all former performances, food or have a feeling of dizziness, Argentine government to get 600 THE 1
thoie who would..ot>...ervi4,. the proprlctlmTh. but the Qaeparllla Carnival Association heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad taste White Leghorns. He got them, but CRAYSTONE <
11 Darliattoi Are.Cl'JP. ; composed of committees from every In mouth and stomach-beadache, you had to scour almost the whole of New *
... fioata will be followed by,floats organization of the city of Tampa, can get blessed relief In five minute. York State to do so. If there had ..
from the va r:.us aocial Inrtumrl.il roinraarel this *i
r+ *! and fraternal. o..ft nisi>tlon* ofthe Is working to make the first "greaterGaepartlla" Put an end to stomach trouble foreverby been any recognized center for /
enl AU TM TUI $I. t
n.rrd '* from outside town' an occasion of delight and getting a large fifty-cent case ofPape' breed, the commission would have been ,
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; ; bodies from or-
: aranUatlona of the city In both historical people. South Florida will have a You realise In five minutes how( seedless department .says that the community for sate from 1109 tc '
and weird coatume. Then the city department Gaspartlla that will truly mal the Mar- It Is to suffer from Indigestion, live stock idea is a great advantage A.(,000 Bazaar, at Qrayaton Qaraa I '
j:';SIIEET METAL WORKERS *, and next to follow will be a of New both to the buyer and seller. ;l r
dl Oras Orleans and Will dyspepsia or any stomach disorder. )
S ,. ,>; ?.. .el Oiling a Specialty.P. .' will floral be automobile several. hundred parade.beautifully In which decorated there, I claim prominence among. all web af It's the quickest surest stomach doctor It' puts the breeder into direct competition a V. .TIBIMU. PnJ L i. nom, an." :,.,,,,,,\,6 'tl -

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aDAY. JANUARY'' +30,. H14 *I't ';' ;THE: KISSIMMEEVALLEY" : : :GAZETTE'' '" OJ .. t P .., '1L

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t tHt** m-m - .in II III.i. IjSimmonsville .' tier' and -JQsslmmee 'has, however, the' klnfdom of f.God; and'l. for-w..1- reason MBJilliJlimilUiiK! ! !B! !II11111! ! is! !II"'L BT HJ Sio M-H H M MM_|| ,
been established, but this does not I am Always exceedingly careful ,
exactly fill the requirement, We about going ifcto"any: inteTdenonaixisv- .
stand in serious lleed.of the connection tlonal organization. .
and shall never be satisfied until "But this is precisely the re'..::on
why I believe' .and tha Inter
in love
it Is secured.
'Rex1..t domiciled with his . .
present
doing a fair baal denominational' Sunday School Aaso-
nd",R: W.. (Duck) Simmono, after Our'The hotels Lake are Marion has a num elation And its world becauco it is free '"" I, !Ii
ny trials and tribulation Heted ness.. from. objection, that ia' mad / .,,: !Ii
and transients are every ; ,
ber of boarders, I :
over'. the Christmas tide''and The again otlysriyitecdenoininational or- y; ,. ./.,.....,, ..,..' ,t...'., ,
quite numerous. .. ,' < !Ii
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at last landed over Into.the new ganiratioc&y International Sunday .. ,'''. .; .' . .' . .
pie y;
I Bura -- .
Rest lif believer fairly- TraVelen'j -- --' tr .
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viclssi- .
e ar prepared to meet all the bed railroad hands being School><9rranlztion stand in a y; . -'i't1Ff1';! :.., '" ".
des which it will bring to p.... His cendant at both places. class to itself: It has always appealedto ; 1 :" i"
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artfolt dealre,I. that ,evory reader Our school is making a good record me anoVJ lor* it devotedly. .1 do y;. '. .-: ,. .; ;: '."" : ..
j the Gazette and all other. parties the professor is giving satisfaction not belieTe WsV be possible to be too 1 ',It' . ,', I' .
f' and out of the county may have loyal in of it.. It does not ., .. 'I'
and thatnth '-*nd Miss Lena Pierce, the astistant our support .':,.: ; ,.: .
h ,Christmas
joyed merry I teacher,' is holding up her end attempt any permanent organization .
])eke new.year'all may be, pre' of the line with commendable Indu. independent of the churches. The I ,' .,:. .." .. I 'i\.jt 1"!. '"
tred to lead a life to suit them. whole field of its operation;>> is in the "
{ I We are not much on.the promised try.The present registration requirements I local church. It measures all the results .
form schedule. Do the best you is creating considerable excitement of its activity by what it can do
at is our motto. Rex don't purpose and It'is to be feared that for the local church, it bears all its : '
> promise to himself or any one else,, its restriction will cause a greatly fruit in the local church the' individual i "I
' at; he's going to be any more of ant decreased vote.I ] Sunday school and even the smallest I

this yoar than' he, was last understand that the report made class in the Sunday school( and ). '. ti;
e"l1. try to be loyal to the govern- by the engineers who made an estimate because whatever fruit, the International At ; -J"; !Ii
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ent, be. as much of a booster as of die cost that would be at Sunday School Organization \1" 11\1/ ( ,,
of)
sidle\ keep within the bounds tached to the carrying. out of the bears, is invariably in the local church 0 ; : !fiI
- son, agree with Honorablcs Oliver will drainage law would be so far in excess : of the living God.I love it and have I' y; ;.1"1./' ,/ I.. a....!
Drain so far as conscience of what was supposed that the always loved it. The field and scope 'y; \ H !
nnit.. contend for that which wewsidet' of project has been abandoned nice. ,, of its operation is methods not doctrine y; ,.:'i '
the good and wfUfaro and there is vast field of methods ',
be quiet, orderly way for the originatorsof a ,Ii. .
iceola county. willing as ever, to which do denominational ; '
not .touch
this law to get out of it. Thereare t S
peed by the wisdom and judgment farms in this county where individual matters. It throws its life and I
.our 'superiors acknowledge ourrong I drainage has rendered the influence back of the church." 1Ji'y if
and out fair and
doing come mistakes and I land cultivable, and we are fully confirmed I $ :
are in regretting our in the belief that industrious ,
an
this sort of thing but we're go. George Blackstone Irving a lecturer of national
'.'to stand by the Florida cracker,, population will do all that isnecessary CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING it

nd'if our poor old head has to bow in that particular.The reputation and "Better-Town Promote by profession i
law :
t humble submission to the dictates new /game appears to give : ; ,

f those the who very oppose best grace us, we'll. we do are itrfth general zeal satisfaction.been in a little Carson out overburdenedwith its has apparently has written a book called "My Town" the' mes, ''I''I'A

carrying provisions
apable of doing. and if compelled to five Cents Per Line i "
bmW that acres should rule instead but Sunday hunting is an evil sage of which he states. is, "Buy at Home. The .. '
that should, be discontinued, and respect *
l f the//lndif>Jual, we'll even say ysa /. fadl Insertion. %
for the Sabbath should be observed "
board of trade awarded Mr.
SpringfieldMasS. ] Irving
it; but wo do say that our legis Lye by all parties. .. .. ,, ,

' >eings bodies, just are as ful composed that lof human of at human Imper.homed ly The part cold of the weather season during and the the lack ear-of FOR- SALE. I! L, 'a prize of $500 for the best plan submitted for promoting mw

,on as those stay rain has caused the to be ,
peruse their proceedings, and as far better than ever oranges before. Their' EGGS FOR SALEBlackBreastedRed the interests of their city. He has studied the .

,? are the we havee flavor Is delicious and as most of the Game; White Wyandotte: <
right to criticise them. trees are nearly full, we have every White Face Black Spanish. AIV subject in this country and abroad. Consequently: he' ,It
Rex Ba4 1
I After writing the foregoing of the Sev- varieties $2.00 per 15 eggs.Wing ,
d a sudden call to Whittier, and is eral means thousand deciding dollars queotion.worth have Poultry Farm, Orange Center I knows what he is writing about and the following A. i
mansion
t present at the Drawdy rotted on the ground this year.I Fla. Box 102. 5-St ,
g ..jiting the wonders of this noted have hardly the spare time to do quotations make advertisement for' the Buy- ,
I a strong
tie city. Whittier justice, but as I contem- WILL SELL my store, building. and
l Our first visit was to Julian Monts- here stock of general merchandise, ev-
plate remaining perhaps another '
' joca'a capacious residence on Falsetto week, will give the balance l erything new and up-to-date, doing ing-at-Home movement :

..; 3ly entertained avenue, where by Miss we were Alice agree-while when All the unite next in wishing opportunity the occurs.Valley I fine business but other interests r f "Every citizen of a community, farmer, laboring; man, professional ' 3 i"
arrival. We M. M. Monohan
J re- attention.
Julian's quire
a .waiting wined over night. Harley Holmes, I long Gazette life und and its for distinguished its editor a happyone. editor I Davenport my Fla. 43titFOR man-each and all owe a heavy debt to their town. Altogether '. s

jf Fort Drum, and Rev. Guy beingBkewB REX. too many citizens are objects of charity from their fellows

I w guests. Bass in a I SALE-Forty acres of good y citizens in accepting community prosperity and enjoyments with- 3i
We also found Grant orange land: five acres cleared; one
ery fine residence on Broad street, hundred orange trees beginning to I out giving value received." I.1

nd the irrepressible W. G. McClel- II[ Apopka II III IfI "A resident of town should that business in
-, Mid merchandising at the old stand, Lear; close to Davenport. For particulars a always patronize

he busiest man in the county, and : I write Mrs. J. L. Thomay', y; his community, the owner of which resides there, in preference to i, ;

,I.arks son that, one could of the be produced most efficient, busy I This section was visited last Fridayby Davenport, Fla. 4-3t that business,. the owner of which resides out of town. This prin- I 4
the heaviest rainfall that has truck "
ciple applies to line of business. ;
hind the counter. every
this section in A long time. Vegetables FOR SALE-Farm of 10 acres, 3-
I i Randolph is likewise Young,a the busy new man. post-Been gardens were considerably injured in room house, 7 acres cleared and "So widespread is the principle of home investment that the

ster, the postoffice, registration places benefitted but as the the groves water were penetrated materially to fenced, 2 acres fine young grove German Empire has organized a crusade against American bonds i

,ks, store and the arrival of a lit- the roots of the trees and will cause a just coming into bearing. W. N. urging that home interests need all local capital. The general

Ie he son ball, he in'has motion.all he can The do increased to keep better output of blossoms.Mrs. I Jones, Loughman, Fla. 2-tC/ manager of the International Harvester Company told the writer i iIM. 1
E. J. Wiloughby, who with her
" pulation of this noted resort members caries two interesting little daughters, are I FOR SALE-?0 acres half cleared nice that it is more difficult to introduce their products In. Germany
church
I'' han with one house it more can provide room for, spending the left winter at the WaysideInn for young grove, good fences, fair hour, than in any other nation. When a nation acts this way is' it not significant !Ii '.
here, Monday morning
, the Primitive Baptists have pro- Jacksonville where she will spend sev- some crops now growing; t s lesson for towns ?" y-

". ideii I-them a preacher who serves eral days there with her husband who reetfonable. J. H. Halley, ugh-

,k hem rother every Guy's third appointment Sunday, and falls on as..' business.happened to Mrs.be Wiloughby there this will week return on man, 'Fla. 2-tf Yes, it is a significant lesson for this very community. |jj .

r r he second, there is still room for here the latter part of the week.A FOR SALE-Signs to advertise property .
: ire preaching and if Madam Ru- delegation from the board of I for sale can be obtained at the ;

: or's predictions have do another not prove sermon-false, trade of Apopka? consisting of Frank j _.Valley_I Gazette. ,. IQ cents each. / ..
will
hittier
yUf
Frank S. Dan W.
I H. Davis, Witherby, I
ler ere many moons. in Clark and Travis M. Byars, appeared MISCELLANEOUS. ooooooooooo.o..oo..o.o..ooooooo..o.o..oo..oo..0.000.00.
Club
Our Commercial appears
: before the railroad commissioners at
standing, and the results that WANTED-Fresh at the .
Orlando cow Gray-,
their meeting in on Tuesday .
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will, in the m .
t .his combination creates stone. II. W. Thurman. 6-tf '
and presented the matter of better '
i uture, have much to. do with the :,.. ,
the Seaboard between .
service HOTEL '
tra on MANHATTAN
prosperity of our "berg." / Wildwood and Orlando. Other witnesses LOST-Kentucky-raised mere so , ;'.RULL' BASS MARKET ) I ,,1.... , k ''\". ,',"
. It is thought that y Whittier will from points along the way were with "blazed' face; weight abo/t .( G. B. Poe. Prop '. .,'i..;,,,,",r",. ,''J'ih'I'1'1 ,:, ..i ,\ : \' &;{ '\ ,t, I l i jI -
packing house of. its own in Ibs. branded Acrou fro A. C. L. Station'ffi :. .. : . '
ave a present and from the statements madeit 800 ; with "T": ; str-V- I Free Meats of AD KI.di'' .
j he near future, and as several thou- looked like the.State Board of Commissioners ed from Hopkin's range, Oc*>la ,
; ,and boxes of oranges are grown will have ample groundsfor county. Advise J.R. Donn *an,
,'\ each year from a number of finegroves I action to require a better service Melbourne, Fla. Reward. \/;)-2tI w
r this will *e a great advantage H. C. STANFORD COMPANY
. from the Seaboard over th<. division.F. I y;
"', ] S. Witherby and D. W. Clark ac- FOUND Three Milage books on Dry Good*, Clothing and Shoes, CLARK '
:1 established livery Y; & ME1KLEJON tja
: Quinn Bass has a F. Ii. Davis to WinterGaren Broadway last night; two from Furnuhiat and Notion %
/ stable, John Story a meat market Tuesday afternoon and reporta Knoxville, Tenn., and one Washington y; e,'
q 1 and Randolf Young; a barbershop delightful trip. D. C. J. J. Rogers, 118 y; If-; Real Estate
f all doing a flourishing business. Sumner street.
Mrs. Mitchell, of Orlando, is visit-
,;) The railroad has at last confirmed ing in Apopka this *eek and callingon DUTTON-HARRIS CO. .
I, the prophecies of old Madam Rumor WANTED-At once, two women to
her many old-time acquaintances ----f. I
I, and as our people are great believers and friends.Mr. serve as general housemaids. Good. SHOES

f: In the future method of judging S. G. Ruby, of Utica, Ky., wasa wages. Apply at Runnymede hoytel. '" 107 Broadway
to
.J from the past, we expect seer visitor in town several days last 3-tf WATERS & CARSON GROCERY
in the future. -
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wonderful progress ;
week and on having expressed him- COMPANY
Lanier's has been
c. closed The postoffice account at of the death of the self as being. highly pleased with this ROUGH LEMON SETS for sale. $15 !i KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO.
{; on of the State and may, perhaps, thousand. W. Smith
part per Henry
l; Eubanks. The '
f postmaster, W. A. return and make an investment here. Wauchula, Fla. 51-12tpd :: Everytkiaf fer tk. He**>. I
':;. with the assistance of '
bondsmen, !Ii J. E. Rasa -w-
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, until The city hall was sold last Monday Maaac- w
( I Miss May, held the office open morning/ at public auction to F. 11. LOST-Ads placed In the Valley Ga- .
:, 'January 17th, and then turned property Davis the price being $600. The lot zette have found more articles for = y; cNELSON REALTY COMPANY !Ii'S '
\ over. the is 60x25 feet and the building is about the owner than any other one kind r
from
",'f 1' ,Th road eadvantages has already derived been considerable, 20x40 little grocery one story building.and would It be has a ideal been of publicity. Five cents per line.DWELLINGS . N. 9 DarEsirtM. ATM. '=

+r d Sherman-.fully appreciated Drawdy and by wife us. spent rumored that the council will rejectthe -fO&1lUfT.' Yi _h_' S
r i sale as they consider that the YiYiYi
't 'the night at the Drawdy mansion down one price is not sufficient."Billie" for rent, opply to M.Tillwr. -
"t night last week on their way Witherington, one of D. G. McKAY REAL ESTATE

t'i [the country. Apopka's young nimrods, had the good F. 1H. LAWSON
1, Levi Drawdy had a severe spell of fine buck in FOR RENT-Comfortable; bed room AGENCY I
fortune to bag a young
sickens, from the effects of which !Ii Cafc Store
X but the Wekiwa swamp last week. "Billie" centrally located. Large porch. 5
recovered, by
t"1"". he skillful has not management entirely on the part of is an enthusiastic hunter but could Brack St. J. W. Prentis. 42-tf y; 10 Broadway
.\ never have the patience to remain on y;
he is rapidly regaining y;
,\ Dr. o
, Hyatt and able to be out of his stand and has missed some good FOR RENT OR SALETwostorystore !y;- '
lis strength
chances to Ret his deer of late so building Brack. St. North ; .
Dots -a art conditions rtf the .--.have- been a this time he decided to stay and sure Kisiimme H. C. Stanford 29-tf g; HUNTER LAND CO.
1i Weather I
enough he got the deer.E.OCALCIIURCII
cold
'j IW. peculiar. Considerable Ii; Real Estate
ther, that is, for a native but "
rdly suppose that with the ther- G.OD'5 -yr---; 1
' ometer no tlower than 43 degrees !Ii e -ffi- !IiIi
North would If you want an '-room boas
ur friends from the ORDAIN INSTITUTION close In. modern In every way W. B. MAKINSON CO. !IiIi
hank it cold.
i _:The Democratic Rooster is in fine $150,. casb. Hardware, Cutlery. Bet SoppBe W. G. HANtlNSAddisif !Iig
.
orm... The latest addition of' this BRILLIANT ADDRESS OF DR. W. MacUac and Si
If you want f-room bouse on ud M dd."' Typewriters

Vost lietion important of Whittier element is an in importation the juris- J. WILLIAMSON ON 'THE IN- good caab. street, lot IGOdU%. MOO g; ; ,.

ui rom :Missouri and he looks big' TERDENOMINATIONAL ASSOCIATION !Ii --Yli.
4 ROUgh to the balance of fowldom to If you want a I-room hou.eand
i .at hay. His minnow and tadpole i 10 acres of land. fltOO cub;
M ilantation appear to be in fine form, Dr. Williamson\ ,'pastor of the Third very easy terms on balance g; DARN'S DEPARTMENT STORE 's'ss

|nd his wives rejoice.The Baptist Church, of St. Louis, and one i which Is but little. Dry Gad,Clotkiaf,Sk. ..*,WmUUmgtS
results from Hunter's Paradise of the leading pastors of the Southern _Y; _-
announced. AIere If you want a 10-acr. tract ,, aadlOc Star
aye been 'previously convention made the following- !Ii .
e, number of belles and marks ct Ala., October $800 1100 cash. rJSSlMMEE
are a Birmingham K: LUMBER CO. .
k aux: at present within its sacred 28th, last. If you want a 10-acr. tract. .' !Ii !I; I fiI -
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redact, we can safely look forward "Birmingham can never be' taken $189 1190 cash. ll; ......... and Retail .

! the future for other important. re-. for Christ by the denominations working I FtoM 21 PUERTO e 1I
ilts. separately. We must stand If you' want a 10-aere tract y i .J. W.
sc1i !
j The beneficial effect of our new, shoulder to shoulder in the task. We tUG, $100 cash. y I i !Iff -. r1a a. ., Orfau, TaEktsf )ifirhbssIff

road have been clearly proven by may not yet be- ready for Christian Easy terms to suit purchaser : Iilaiae.a =
e i quantity of grain and other pro union; in fact I think we are not, but on alt'... of abOTe properties. .. S.trrg
' eta that have been brought to oar this organization is not eoncernnd with .!
It also doctrine it deals solely with methods \ ,
t)'; through its ag ncy. ; !
via new life to the merchant me-, and there is here a large field ia com- Ash Mr.. Summerstai'

nic,,all-around workman and prlte mon. I shall never give my allegianceto P.nfl.ld. Bear' Clyd.. 71 e' r
e' citizen.. When the long-wished any Jntflr-d nominational organization the. 2nd Are. TO; .f -
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r connection with your city is com- which not up: ; sir
.+ it will fully. realise our expec.a. building and vitalizing of the local ;,court house leading, Booth.) ' e I '- '\.' r Vs
'' church,. for the local church is God's : '
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institution for
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'"4 Makinson in'the-management of that; 'the euyar-cane i industry, and the representative COLE:' ON'1:
PUTS
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Musical Attraction Worth' extensive business. COMMANDER .from St. Cloud, Mr..S. C.
,
Frank Pittman has held the poeltion Cooper, has been included in the,list I '
I' or marshal, and proved an efficient of speaker and has signified his acceptance. CUT-RATE
Ticket officer, as has Floyd Tyson, the The G. .A. ,R.' commander- < .
of Season
; i Price a present incumbent. A notice of II in-chidf who Is expected to be In St. ,- .
IN CHIEF Cloud during' the fair, will receive a
R .Mar's candidacy fomayor\ appeared WILL SELL HIS STocK OF JEWELRY "
-- special invitation to attend oif :"pace.ola
in last issue.
cur
AT FROM '
10 TO 50 PER:
The musical attractions of the I ing personality that will wilt her hear. So, far no one has announced for County' Day"- and. deliver anad-.-. ,CENT REDUCTION.It ., "
'Chautauquaweek will make of It a ers.and delight them with her beautiful councilmen nor for clerk or treasurer, dress. ,1- '\I,
v musical festival well worth the price! voice. Her' clear tones,. distinct although several names have beenmentioned THE ij i R. is seldom a.jewelhQ8e"oa ,
of tickets doubled. The enunciation, /good platform presence in connection with the race ..NfW'fQfN '
season : a THE a cut-rate sale, but c; A. ColewhoJ,
r Rogers Goshen Band and Orchestra I, and charming personality,, make her a for the council. in Kissimmee
f operates one of the most
will be with us for Are' or six days friend to every man, woman! and child.I j It Is rumored that' Judge G. F. CO. up-to-date houses In th% South, 'has 4 J
PLANTATION
Parker will probably1 be in the race
and will prelude lecture, assist She will assist the orchestra at con. decided
every to of
that dispose a large part of;"I
for the mayorality ,but as to we
And Representative Citizen his immense stock at from '
are not prepared to state definitely, ten to fifty
as the judge will possibly look higher AND THE CHATTANOOGA PLOW per cent less in price than jewelry lm' '
CO. TO MAKE JOINT EXHIBIT usually sold for, the sale beginning
i up the tree for a plum in the near ;;
future. Of St. Cloud AT FAIR February 2''and, will continue' two:]
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weeks. '
1f 1fr' These companies "intend making a I A tag has been placed on each'ar--'.
1fw CLOSES TOMORROW joint demonstration at the coming: tide and those who know the value of
WILL MAKE ADDRESSES ON Mid-Winter Fair, illustrating the process -! the real stuff, will see that never b-\l
of converting sugar-cane into fore in the history of this section ha..
NIGHT AT 12 LOCK
'. O'c OSCt ()COUNTY'S DAY AT syrup. Mr. J. W. Butler, the general such tare bargains been offered. i i-
MID-WINTER; FAIR TO BEHELD sales agent of the Chattanooga Plow CL( A. Cole has recently sold a half'
i Company, was in town last Tuesday, interest in the business, and this sale']
IH'THI.N-IIAKUIS CO. )DOES TRE- ) AT ORLANDO arranging the detail' of the demonstration is put on to make room for a complete .'
MKNDOI'S( : BUSINESS! DURING FEBRUARY 17-21. with Mr. A. E. Thomas, man new .line of high class goods i,
s WEEK.; ager of the New Eden plantation.
i There will )be on exhibition a large
The cut into shoe hale put on !by The following appears in the St. three-roller cane mill, a Cook fifteen- [ '
Cloud Tribune of today foot side skimmer evaporator, and a NURTA'NMNl '
I utlon-IIiii-i> Co. last week has :
recitals and be combinaj
f at each concert, and present the mu- cert a great HOU
steel furnace. A supply of -
proved u neat success, many people The tanagers are using all their sugarcane '
orchestra ;
; sic of the masters in a manner so j tion with their accompaniment !
teen able "fit their feet" at and syrup of different degrees of
having to energies'! to make the Osceola county ..
to all that it i is a rare delightto ,
'r pleasing will be shown and teh
..
'/ mt and listen to them. I Best of all these splendid musicians small ('oThe( sale will close tonior- exhibit at the Sub-Tropical MidWinter density process
Mt, Each man of the orchestra I is at /Mora not as "Ships that pass in thenight low (Saturday) night at 12 o'clock, Exposition at Orlando on February fully explained. There is no reason MOST DELIGHTFUL PROGRAM'
) und, it l hooves nil who have not credit- why the sugar-cane industry in Oscc-
and ," but will he of our town 17th to 21st, inclusive, a
instrument a part
his
soloist special
on I ola should not be largely increased WITNESSED BY LARGE AUDIENCE (
taken\ advantage of the opportunity to able of depends county
; all arc teachers of music, and /gentlemen I and home life for the week and mingle/ one Everything course -
demonstration is
who are an honor to the Chau- with UK and enjoy KiBsimmee even aswe !i "dress up" their feet with little moneyto upon the amount,of co-opera- and the expected f
tauqua cause of "Uplift" that they are I will enjoy them upon better acuaintance I visit that popular store "before' that tion given by our citizens. A great ta create a mo"e general interest -
well to ask for the hour, as the door* will close and the deal of enthusiasm' has been aroused in Ih'profitable business.
enough
thus helping to further. No such an I >| I .. The New lljen; Plantation Company, Last .
orchestra can be secured outside of music ve desire and know that as sale cease at the first stroke the and it is expected that from now on Tuesday evening a large company *
clock.BARACA\ is now putting on the market the new was delightfully entertained at
the of articles for exhibition
t" lends will lie favored. listing
cities and the Chautau- i we HO<
only
the
great
tickets will be crop of syrup, and there is a noticeable the Chapter House by Mrs. Henry M.
them thus for He sure and secure season more numerous.
d' makes possible i
qua plan I improvement in the color, qualityand Pfann and Mrs. Thomas Ellis. : '
S us. for the ChauUiuqua that you may en- i CLASS HAS i The display of painted china promises delicious ?
taste< of this already productover The program was sufficient to In..
t' Miss Pearl Gross is a soprano soloist joy e\e>isession and every appearance ) ) .. to be exceptionally fine. A restroom previou-i due ti the impioved -
of sweet tones and charm- of these musicians f wil Ibe provided and decorated' )I II years sure success.
rarely a .,* .
INTERESTING DEBATEON with mission furniture maunfactured method) Inanu'actu r<" Solo, Miss May Gilbert; accompan.
I ist, Miss.", Gilbert.Immediately ,

I'AU::. SELECTS KISSIMMEE I D. R. BLENIS IN ( I I i by visitors a of concern it.are Some cordially at Kissimmee fine invited pedigreed to and makeuse dogs all II I WILL BUILD A girls appeared following standing',in eleven line little, in.j

ALL RACE fOR MAYORAND THE JlII'UIHSCUSSEU( QUES I have been listed as well,as a number peach-blossom" gowns. Each had an,1!
ABOVE PLACES TION. "SHOULD CAPITAL Ad. index of
I I I of Shetland ponies from St. Cloud and LOG RESIDENCE some popular commodity >,
PUNISHMENT BE ABOLISHED pinned on their "dunce-caps.-: -
I Kissimmee. The stock raisers
.' ?" I are The audience who '
guessed they were"
; { taking a great deal of interest in
'
(. J ANDKE VAN HER MKERSCH TO and what they advertised for. They'looked "
TO REMAIN TilE BALANCE OF "FRANK PITTM. WILL CONTEST On Tuesday night at the Methodist| assembling an unusually fine representative CONSTRUCT HANDSOME like so many pretty blossoms,''
HIS TIME AND ENJOY PEACE MARSHALSHIP WITH Church the members of the Baraca I display of various breeds of HOME ON LAKESHORE as their disguise was removed. ,
FLOYD TYSON.If cattle. Individual exhibits all kindsare
\ i AND PLENTY. j of '
Class held social and
a general good The prize winners were Miss WU.
,)I time, the principal feature of the occasion coming forward more rapidly and der, on "Ads." and Mrs. W. 1... WinD,'
'Gottlieb Mentz, who has lived at our people had an idea that the being a spirited debate between the will indications be well are that Osceola coun- Andre Van der Meersch, who moved on guessing the identity of the chil
, Culberson, in the great state of Nebraska city offices would go abegging at the chosen; aide The question discussedpro ty represented. here recently from Belgium, has let dren. ,
; for a period of twenty-nine coming election, or that all the spice : and con was Resolved: That capital The ladies in charge of the domestic the contract for an eight-room log Duet. Mrs. Verna Ellis and MI..
? years, came to Florida one year ago and ginger had been pruned out of punishment should he abolished.On department of the Osceola exhibit house on a lot he purchased on the Wilde
F. last October and settled in Arcadia. local politics, they had best disabuse the affirmative tide were Harold will be Mrs. C. S. Cooper, of St. Cloud, lake shore just west of the Club House, Recitation, Mrs. S. G. Ragsdale', :
:t. Last May he went back to Nebraska their minds of that idea, for there are Buzza, Paul Marks and Paul McKee. and Miss Ruby Ellis, of Kissimmee. which when completed will be a modelof "High Tide On the Coast of Lincoln.
I and talked about Florida to his friends two full-fledged Richmonds in the Arrayed against these on the negativeside Red lapel buttons with white letter- convenience and a thing of beauty.Mr shire. .
f t' all the summer. This fall he left Ne- field for the oflfice of Mayor, and two were A, W. Gustus, Clyde Buzza ing, "Osceola County, Florida" on Van der Meersch came to Kis- Solo, "My Dear Old Home," and
braska with his family and returnedto brave warriors seeking the job of and Prof. R. M. Evans. Three judgeswere them have been ordered and visitors simmee the first time something likea encore, "The Young May Moon," by.
Arcadia, expecting to make his marshal and tax collector.In selected I and it is said they had from our county will be requested to year ago, and was so impressed with Mrs. E. G. Vans Agnew. ,
home there, but becoming dissatisfied this issue will be found the some difficulty arriving at a decision,j wear them. I its many and varied advantages that Violin solo, "Love's Old Sweet
r lie removed to Kissimmee, and purchased announcement of D. R. Blenis for so closely! was the debate co tested. Invitations to attend the fair on he returned to Belgium and made arrangements Song," pleasantly rendered by Miss>
'; I a small property in the northwest mayor. Mr. Blenis came to Kissimmee The negative side, however, was pfotlaimed "Osceola CouVJly Day," February 20th,I for winding up his busi- Helen Jones. .,_'
section of the town on Vine some years ago from Kansas and I victor. A social hour followed have been sent to Gov. Trammell! and ness there and moving here with his Recitation, "Plantonic," by MUr.
treet. Mr. Mentz is a painter, deco- accepted a position with C. W. Dann, the debate. other of our State officials and alsoto wife, they arriving the past week. Mildred Winn.
\ rator and paperhanger, having had which he most acceptably filled until The topic for discussion next Tues- many of the leading newspaper edi Mr. Van der Meersch has entered Piano solo. Miss Ruby Ellis. '
twenty-five years experience in this engaging in the grocery business under day night will be. Resolved: That tors. Hon. C. A. Carson will speak on heartily into the business life of our Reading, "Tramp Volinlst Miss
J; trade, and expects to open a shop here his own name two years ago. He women shall have the right to vote. "Osceola County Day." Capt. R. E. city, and Mrs. Van der Meersch is a Virginia Makinson. J
\j. and prosecute his business to the best is now a member of the W. B. Makin- May they settle the question for us Rose, State chemist, has also promisedto most acceptable acquisition to Kissim- Altogether the occasion was very
of his ability. ,,Non Co., and is first assistant to Mr. all. make an address on the subject of mee's smart social set. enjoyable.I .

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