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: February 6, 1914
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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: VID00632
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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Lee intended giving a' barbecue, at ,
J. Southport at? an early date, and now, 7%

S it can add to that gladsome 'Information 4

n, ,'I-.. .. ,e,... the statement that the barbecue' y"
4, will be held at that famous resort;

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e; that'the boat will leave the, dty'dock.I I' d

y? promptly atg a. m. on that'date, returning -,
{r to this city at about 4:30: lathe
afternoon the tare for that trip
i being one doli.r for adult and fifty
i,' .. d dwas cent for children. '
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1 ;I this fare para not only for the rid.,
o ; I RESIDENCE OF GEO. F PARKER, EMMETT STREET. on the boat but for all the barbecuedx

-- ___ w' ____ beef, bread ,and coffee you can .eat q
', w and drink,, and all the oranges and tgrapefruit

i- LEADING Osceola County Made the ASSESSORS .I And you when are capable we say of all coneuming. thenoranges -, 'f'(

d and grapefruit you can eat.-
y, we mean it, for Mr. Lee's citrus ,
Scene of the Closing ActIN "grove at Southport* but little short .'

t of one hundred acre, and ,the treat,i (R;
e' KISSIMMEE AGREE TO are utterall 7 groaning and waeplnc"
with the fruit they are carrying t
- A SIX-REEL MOVIE, THAT WILL BE SHOWN TO MILLIONS OF And the fruit i la free. to all who attend ,
the barbecue Juft pick -It yourself

s CITIZENS PEOPLE WITHIN A COUPLE OF MONTHS. 50 M CT. I will stand.and aa much' a* your appetite h

t But don't lose eight of the barbecue ..
. It is wonderful how far the fame of ing scenes ever thrown on the canvas in your mad desire to fill upon
' Osceola county and Kissimmee has and will attract greater crowds I fruit, for never again;.unless you, at;
than other picture has done during some future time, attend another bar- $
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any
..al To Organize Good Citizens reached still it should not be so the past year. This picture will Valuation of Real l and becue at Southport, will you: wonderful, for haven't we the big- be entitled, "Forgiven, or the Jack of I the pleasure of eating such dencs tauu.
'1 ,!w gest, the best, the grandest things Diamonds," and will be seen at one of beef. There ia no man,In Florida or >
Club here to be found anywhere on earth, the local playhouses during early Personal PropertyTHIRTYFIVE anywhere else who can aurpaie Jno. ;
and in clusters, too ? spring. M. Lee when it comes to cooking fat
So often has the story been told of Mr. Carroll Is a man who believes and juicy four-year-old- steers,over a ;
our immense herds of cattle, and so fully in reciprocity, and as' the Carson whit oak fire,' and he is'authority
A. CARSON, JNO. M. LEE, S W. vast our prairies that even the mov- Cattle Company was kind enoughto COUNTIES REPRE- for the statement that the two steer
DOWNING AND A. S. NELSON ing picture people away off in New permit him to pull off his stuntsat I i he has selected for thls fast are so'
York heard i it and on Tuesday ranch without SENTED IN ASSEMBLAGE AT fat that
the cost, he declaredhis i they wiggle-waggle when. .
CALL MEETING AT PRESBYTERIAN Frances J. Carroll, president of the willingness to take scenes of JACKSONVILLE TO DIS- I I they walk, and are just,at. the. age, "
i'r+ CHURCH Stella Photo-Play Company of Kissimmee, have a reel made, and when their meat Is I as tender. a-. '
: America's. metropolis, arrived in present both the negative and positive CUSS TAXATION. spring lamb., "
't'I FEBRUARY lOTfl" Kissimmee and called upon C. A. Car. to our Board of Trade with. his .I It doesn't make .any difference
son, president of the Carson Cattle compliments, also that he would put I whether you 'are a, resident of ,Ki.
Company, with the request that reels on his circuit as coon a* he had Agreeing.to asses property at' .a!. simmee, a winter,tourist or just*he1 *./
Not that Kissimmee ie i in anji sense he be permitted to take his play. them completed. 50 per cent valuation and passing;1! for the day, you are invited ;to,M*
: lawless city, or that its people as actors to the Carson ranch and let Looking to this end, a committeeof resolutions recommending an and i if' you don't take advantage' of r',
rule do not line to the full stand the camera tell the world through a citizens met in the office of the exemp- the invitation youll miss the best: f
up picture how regular actors and cattle president of the State Bank on Tues- tion of $150 on personal property and 1 chance of your life to hare a day of
of true Christian citizenship, I ook in action. day afternoon and delegated S. L. the non-taxation of mortgages, thir> real old-time'pleasure. ,.<'t ;
a Good Citizen's Club is l neces- I j I This request Mr. Carson readily Lupfer, J. D. Woodbeck, W. J. Sears, ty-five 'tax. assessors of the State W. B. .-Harris, he who .owns,. the >
but our people believe that granted, and C A Carson, Jr., manager H C .Stanford and R. M: Evansto I in Jacksonville and held Valley gazette and who ha been ,
cannot be too many org&niza- of the ranch, being the met Monday ,Identified! with 1
in cityat take charge of Mr. CarroH ( every.barb.cu. held in ,
in any city that have for their that time, at once set out for the and his company on Thursday and I twd lengthy sessions in the discussionof these pais for the pact fifteen years, .
I the betterment of the people ranch headquarters to begin the designated what scenes should be the subject which is vital to every has been made chairman, the committee -, ;"r #
the advancement of the of the material round-up of half a thousand long made. These gentlement thoroughly property owner in Florida, says .the of arrnagements.And he, ia,
city. horns, which feat he successfully accomplished performed their duty, and from 9:30a. Orlando Sentinel. leaving nothing undone: that': .''will a
With that end in view a resolutom by the following day, m. until the sun was setting be- make the occasion livelong- ia 'the,
I adopted at the Laymen's meeting when Mr. Carroll, accompanied by his hind Shingle Creek kept the cameraman Tax Assessor Arthur Butt and lax memory of those who attend.' : r.
i I January 24th, to appoint a com- troupe of actors arrived on the scene, turning the crank. Both sides Collector W. E. Martin, of Orange Capt. Clay Johnson, who'everybody ,
I to form a Good Citizen's Club, and by 4 o'clock the trick had been of Broadway was taken on the run, county, attended the meetingMr.re- that has apent a day in 'Ksimmeo| I
I C .A. Carson, Jno. M. Lee, S. W. turned and the return trip to this as it were, that Is the camera was turned Tuesday during the past quarter of a century.;,.
|I and A. S. Nelson were city begun. mounted in an auto and ran pp one said the meeting was harmonious; knows, and who own the steamers.. '
to call a meeting for that; pur- But it must cot be thought for an side and down the other of that thor throughout and the assessors were of I the water route from hero .to, Lake, ,
I| and those gentlemen have is- instant that Mr. Carroll came all the oughfare, the gentleman turning the one mind when it came to the proposition Okechobee. says that he will put Into j N
the following call: way from New York for the sole pur- crank, showing our principle business of raising the assessments to service every craft "0" the lake, if i
for a Meeting to Organize .1 i pose of taking a picture of the Car street as it really Is and the life that the actual cash value according to the need be to carry the crowd and. be "
"t: Good Citizens' Club. son cattle, for he didn't. But here's l is daily upon it. Pictures also of the order of the -State tax commission. always makes hia
Whereas the following resolutions I the story: I school, the court house, the dock, the Mr. John Neal, chairman of the commission with acts. ', ... statement
t adopted on January 24th, 1914, Mr. Carroll's company makes mov- packing house, men at work building met with the assessors and be the least fear but what there wills'be !
Cv : ing pictures ,the same we see every good roads, the club house, and Clyde the subject was discussed freely between room in plenty' for,everybody; .>', '
Resolved, That it is the sense of all of which bef them. lie told the assessors1"that This barbecue Is for
I night at our local theaters, and a few avenue, will placedin I' the benefit at of
people of Kissimmee in meeting month* ago purchased the play of a one reel and exhibited throughoutthe he was willing to accept a 50 the Methodist Church which is ,but."
i I at the Pastime: theater,' noted writer that had to do with a country without cost to our city. per cent valuation, but would not undertake recently completed at a cost of some
{' .. .there should be an organization scene on a Clyde Line steamer, a,' The members of Mr. Carroll's com to guarantee that the other twenty-eight thousand dollars: and '
I I for promoting a better citi-, hotel in Charleston, S. C., a street pany are Frederick Burton Miss members of the commission would which i I. not only a credit to Kissim.
among our people. and river scene in Jacksonville, old Fritzie Burnett William Robert agree to this. He said, in fact, that mee, but 'lo all Florida and the.Methodist n
I Second: That there should be a Fort Marion and Treasury street at Daily, Miss C French, F. A. Dobson, the other members of the commission the world over. Some mem. 'r
appointed for the purpose ,, St. Augustine. Broadway in Kissimmee H Dion, Dan Burtona, L J. Loring, had tried to persuade him not to bees of the church were called upon
bringing about this organization, I and lastly a cattle ranch on our Miss Rica Allen, and Edwin Forsburg. attend the meeting of assessors, and to draw heavily on their private,
i I that C. A. Carson, J. M, Lee, S'I lower prairie.To ,. though the chairman didn't say so, funds to build this magnificent house
Downing, A. S. Nelson, and they this picture on the screen, this would seem to indicate that the and It U up to alt our people, the ; t?",
'i t tli hereby appointed to call a meet- I' Mr. Carroll tttatos, will cost at least R. H. Ludlam, county surveyor, other their members were likely to stand most hospitable, the freest-hearted. t
,+ at an early date for the perma- fifteen thousand dollars but that it leaves Saturday for Whittier to survey by determination to have all people on earth, to go on this trip ,''
organization of a Good Citizens' will be well worth taxes returned upon true values. next Tuesday and
'i the expenditure and lay out a new county road help with their nh
i' Mr. Butt said
for the above mention for it will be it was agreed that dollar to the '
li purpose one of the most thrill from Whittier to Kenansville. lighten burden, especially
cattle should be assessed at five dollars
Therefore, in of the when such '
;:;r pursuance a grand and glorious ,,i
head and
a hogs at dollar
resolution, we hereby call for. one time await you under the giant
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1 r mass meeting of the citizens of each and a sliding scale was adopted oaks at: Southport.Remember'.
to be held at the Pre by- concerning the assessment Of horses.All and'hour next
: Church at 7 p. m., February real and personal; property is to Tuesday, February 10th, at the city + a
A. D. 1914, for the of be assessed at 60 per cent of. the dock
br purpose promptly at 8'a. m., and the tJ
a Good Citizenship Club Annual Election actual value. fare'is one dollar for adults and fifty
t
I the above resolution. I Mr. Butt thinks the matter Is definitely cents for children.: a
,' Very respectfully, I settled now, for a mjority of .....
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I (Signed. ) Board of Trade- the tax assessors have agreed to a ... .00..00..000000000.. :; : .
' C. A. CARSON. 00 per cent basis, and he doesn't be- + .)\
J. M. LEE.S. I lieve that the absent members,of the I
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TAMPA'S MAYOR TO BE 6
W. DOWNING. Meeting Monday Night tax commission or the absent assessors j:
ON OSCEOLA DAY *
N'i' A .S. NELSON. will be able to change the decision HAND rr.
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: reached by the majority. Besides \;
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and Mri 'Meiklejon Entertain. those present Mr. Butt said Osceola EL, County )Exhibit 4 J.K,
,.- Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Meikl jon on The aaaoaJ electi. ef officers bf the Beard of Trade there were numerous telegram fromassessors Kissimmee. Fla.: _. 4. " I..
afternoon who could not:..be there but
; G. P. and entertained Mrs. Dyer Com-Mr*. will be held Me.day. might, a* weD,a*_ reports a! two ha- who indicated their agreement with '' Dear I have Sir: .klndinvitatlon to.,.**.,..'.';:

f' Mrs.. C..H. Morse,. ..)In. perUat special ceauutteei will presented. This will be thetest the decision of the convention. I)10 attend the your exhibit of Oiceola 4 ",
and Miss Ives who motored kaportaat of the ; The assessor. formed a' permanent. County-at the Mid-Winter? Ex. ,
win .
aieecuif be
a* pie. adopted
from Winter 'Park,' and Mr. year, organization,'a* follow: '* position, at Orlando, end will 'Ok'O
'' i Mrs. L. A.. Hamilton airs. C. C. leekiai to. -'&" ree's advaaee eal dwriar 1914: I i S. E Sparkman- of Hillsborough, .say,in reply that I shall be glad O
fi t *, Mrs. E. G, Van Agnew Mr. was.elected president, toavail .of thU 4
Mack of tile .f tr.. B.ard'bf Trade -wiIIa'Jb myself privilege ,
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.' A. Sharpe, of Jacksonville; Mcce** rest* J.. F..Jaudon, of Dade county, first 0 ill can' my affair.here*;' .
arrange
.J E. Nelson Fell. Frank Van II officer, aad to.greatest care,aaeeJd be exerciUd U their vice-president.. ""fr. ia,Tampa . ., s* 7 .
ML. Mr. Johnson and Mr F.. Bedhtfleld ....Kti:*, tkerefore 'a''fall atteadaace: .b deaW.C eeond a B.. Wilson; of. Volusla 'county, v Respectfully; 4r ,W?
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t"'tment' which'usually l i* difficult "

v :DUTY tIv and prolonged and require. the service e
ix of the highest surgical\ expert ATTORNEY
It is'idue: probably to this general

ignorance of such provision and possibly It ., 4 .
[,, in com degree to the objections !.
PREVENT of parents to subject their children to GENERAL .
such treatment that more have not'
accepted the chance- relieve their V "sS

children of life-long suffering and deformity .
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DISEASE The cases are in chargeof GIVES LAW \
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{ a Jacksonville surgeon, whose servIces .
are given! free and whose marvelous -

work and result are, being d -'
watched by medical men all over the H LEST YOU FORGET; .

:Not the Duty of State to | country.Twenty-five crippled' children. (. re- Relative to Payment of -.. ,

: 'j ceived the benefit of this fund and .. . .
treatment in 1913 of whom nine were ..
Cure Disease ''in St. Lukes and Brewster (colored) Poll TaxesNOT .

Hospitals on January 1, 1914, and
five elsewhere.In .
;FORD;; 1 the distribution 'of hog cholera '
REPORT OF BOARD LAST I, serum to the farmers of Florida, the REQUISITE TO REGISTRATION

YEAR SHOWS GREAT RETURNS board sent out the equivalent of 608 FOR THE PRIMARY. This is to remind you that the TAG
quarts at an expense of $8,120, and
FOR EVERY DOLLAR the incidentals brought the total cost BUT MUST BE PAID BEFORE

EXPENDED. to was more sent than to nearly ten thousand every dollars.county in It VOTING SALE is NOW ON and means a saving t '

(j the State. Reports received from -

I. "It is the duty of the State to prevent about one-half of the serum distributed Thomas F. West Florida's able attorney .
';. disease, but it is debatable showed that twenty thousand general has cleared matters to YOU of from .
whether it is the duty of the State to hogs were treated of which ninety- relative to the paying of poll taxes ,
cure disease" five per cent were saved. The State I I before registration for qualifying to

r f Florida's Board of Health has been veterinary estimates the average vote in the primary next June. .The
value of these animals at five dollars'
energetic' in carrying out the former poll taxes can be paid however, on
F+ proposition and forgetting the a head, which brings the commercialvalue j I or before the second Saturday in .
ethics implied in the second. It has of this service to approximately i I May. r
t been active for more than a quarter one hundred thousand dollars. As i, Attorney General West's letter isas

: of a century In co-operating; with the Florida ranks among the first half I follows: 10 to 5 0
dozen states in the Union in the number %
ti medical profession of Florida in curing Hon. II. Clay Crawford, Secretary of S
:, : disease and saving human life. and value of its swine the interest State, Tallahassee Fla.
it I I The annual meeting of the board that this treatmei.t has for the Dear Sir: Yours of the 2nd inst.

will be held February 10. At that farmers of the State will be appa has been received. I note your inquiry __

meeting the usual business of the rent.The : which is stated as follows:
transacted and the work of the three laboratoriesof "There has arisen confusionwith
board wjll be some
r'i rI I'' work of the past year will be re- the board-at Jacksonville, Tampa I I' the supervisors of registration j
viewed. The reports of various departmental and Pensacola-has increased itself {! as to the proper construction of Section -

work have been prepared fold the efficiency oJT, the board j I 12 of Chapter 6469 LAWS of ,,
N.; I and they show a record for 1813 of The force of bacteriologists in these Florida as applies to payment of poll Don't wait until the best is gone. Let
three workshops made more than I 1 4
Florida well to
which the people of may taxes as a prerequisite registra-
j, rood. In department the twenty-seven thousand examinationsof i tion. 0
wore of last year every shows a large percentage specimens in the year 1913: in- ]i! "Please advise me your construc- us show you today.
of increase over that of any creasingby more than six thousand tion of the said law."

previous year in the history of the' the total of the year before. The Replying to this inquiry, I will say '
board, a larger efficiency and greater specimens examined at the Jacksonville ) that in my opinion the legislatui*. S'I j'
returns for every dollar of expenditure. laboratory numbered 14,516; at did no tintend to require and the We are open Evenings during the Sale.
u .J tIn Tampa 8,779 and at Pensacola 3,808. language used in the statute should
I At the rates charged by commercial, be construed requiring the
not as
work of the
I' a general way the ,1
laboratories, the expense of this work'1 .
payment of poll taxes as a pre- ,
board is divided into two classes.
would have been more than eightythousand I to registration for primary I I
the health of Florida'scitizens requisite
One conserves (
dollars. The actual cost to
elections to be held in this State as
the other has to do with the
; the State was less than onequarterof for Chapter 6469, Acts S
commercially valuable animals from this provided by i Ji
sum. of 1913: Laws of Florida.By .
stock
which the farmers and
growers
The benefits of this laboratorywork
reference to Section 11 of this
; derive In several a large lines part the two of their classes income.over- are in determining the presenceand statute, it will be seen that one may {
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nature of disease for the
germs in the elec-
qualify to vote primary
which
( ip as in rabies and glanders j f
are diseases communicable from animals physicians of the State making possible tion by the payment of the poll\ taxes '
correct diagnosis and treatment i
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human I due by him on or before the second
to beings.
also in noting the progress of treatment j, Saturday in the month the I
It I. to outline in limited preceding
t possible
*1 much of this work only by in various diseases. Thus the month in which the election is held I j
apace JEWELER and OPTOMETRIST i
work has been directly instrumentalin
} I , figures and statistics. In the matter I whereas it is provided by Sections 9 I ,
saving valuable lives whose
many and 10 of this Chapter that the registration !
of the board in 1913 had
smallpox
", worth to the State is beyond esti- ,
books for elections Kissimmee fla.
official cognizance of 1,166 cases, I primary J
( mate. Not alone to the medical profession I ,
must close several weeks before this
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probably about one-half of those ,
in The cities where these' 1" ,
that occurred in the State. For the j time. The registration provided for ,.
laboratories located has this work i
this disease the board are is another and an independent registration "
prevention of I j'
been .f
available but and
to the doctors 1
1
I from that required for general .
distributed 20,898 vaccine points at
I(1 their patients of more than two hundred .I elections. Under the statute
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a cost of $1.326.87.One and forty cities and towns in I
above referred to each voter must / 4
hundred and seven personstook I!! every section of Florida has this I' two The regis- I II II
register
every years.
Taiteur treatment for preven-
,
,, splendid service been extended.
tion of hydrophobia, after having I tration books are now open for the
In addition the. board has pre- I first registration under this law. The
4 beeu bitten by rabid animals.there I pared and distributed free hundredsand
= would not I
-- were six deaths from thisauae thousands legislature certainly say i
of
; during the year. But of the'I pamphlets on special that the payments of poll taxes is a
topics of value and interest to' I
'i<' : fatalities, only two were treated by : the of Florida. It issued prerequisite tq registration and at .
has
: people )! #
1 II in the act
Pasteur methods, and one of these ) the same time, same provide I
I "Health Notes the t
4 monthly publication 1
I from and is that one! x-ould qualify as a voter I n
was brought over ,
I I of board '
the thus' the edited by the I II | in a primary election by the payment I
i chargeable: to previous year !
t reducing the fatality from the disease I State health officer and filled with, of his poll\ taxes several weeks after lOADS zling of dogs during the months of

'." among the cases' under treatment to health pertinent and able discussions of the registration books for such primary SAY June July August and September STARBUCK
i -...; ''a little less than one per cent. The dal matters. It has issued a .spe II election close. was then read twice and unanimously .;
-' expense of the'board for the treat- weekly press service to every The confusion probably arises because passed. This ordinance gives the

y ment of indigent cases by the Pasteur newspaper in the State handling I of the provision' in the last marshal power to impound any dog I
subjects"ot intimate
process was 143416. The value of its and timely valueto sentence of Section 12 of the statute found unmuzzled during those

human lives saved by the precaution This-citizens.ia of referred to requiring each person MUZZLE months and if no owner claims an KILLED BYAUTOMOBILE
but the
a suggestion
past"computatlon. This expense applying for registration to make impounded dog within a certain time
,_ .to. the State of treating this disease work of Florida's board of health oath that he is qualified to vote under the dog shall be killed.A .
which
costs ten cents for each w
does not include large amount which a year the constitution and laws of the I request was made to the council -
: man, woman and child, white and State of Florida. Reference is here for an extension of the electric
a,, Was paid by individuals, who refund- j, black in the State. THE DOGS
I ,
'ed to the board the cost of the vaccine i I II I made 'to the oath prescribed in Sec- service to a point a short distance
f, furnished through the board. ,' tion 3 of Article VI of the constitu- outside the city limits, and the councilmen .
In addition to this treatment, a ELORIDA GROVES tion which each elector is requiredto were favorable towards it.
d large volume of work was performedIn take and subscribe at the time of Mr. S. B. Aultman then appeared s.
the State laboratories, to deter- his registration. This' constitutionaloath concerning the bad condition of the F 4
{ mine the presence of the negri bodies SURPASS CUBA'SORANGE is required by Section' 178 of During June Joly Augustand roads around his farm and also of Was ;
a in animals suspected of being in- the general statutes, as it is by Sec- the overflow of water running on his Prosecuting Attorney ,
S fected with rabies. One hundred and tion 12 of the primary law. It must place from Bermuda avenue. His re-
sixty such tests Were made Includ- CULTURE IN FLORIDA I i be taken by each elector when he quest was referred to the street com-
lug the heads of sixty-eight dog., of IS HEAD ''SHOULDERS I applies for registration in the reg- I September mittee. of Orange CountyONE
one squirrel one fox, several horses, AND | istration books for general elections. I Mr. Riedel als ospoke concerning
'' one cow and one chicken in all of ABOVE CUBA. < The time for registering for general the streets in his vicinity and their

k' '' which the negri bodies-the active elections ends on the first Monday improper arrangement. He said it OF THE BEST KNOWN MEN
S communicable: cause of the disease in August preceding the general COUNCIL DECIDES TO DO NOTHING was utterly impossible for some prop- IN CENTRAL FLORIDA-FEL-

++ were found. Besides these the blood Judge and Mrs. James W. Perkins election in November (General Statutes AT PRESENT IN REGARDTO erty owners to get to the main streets LOW PASSENGER IN CAR i
q ;, of four human beings was examinedfor and Miss Elizabeth Powell returnedthe Section 183)) ; and the time for without passing over private property SERIOUSLY INJURED.In .
the cants purpose and positive results latter part of the week from the registering for primary elections PURCHASING AN as the streets of Sycamore and
were obtained. Cuban trip. While in Havana the ends April 15, preceding the primary INCINERATOR. Para were without outlets. He also an automobile accident which -J
1 Glanders like rabies is a disease judge inspected some of the large election in June (primary election' said that lights were insufficient Dr. occurred near Winter Haven Tuesday A
'which is known to be communicable: orange groves of that section of the law Section 10), whereas the time Rivers volunteered to inspect the about half past ten o'clock L. G. }!<'
from animals to man. although instances island. The largest he.lnspected (00 for the payment of poll taxes for The' city council met in regular conditions.The Starbuck county solicitor of Orange ',5"y
ti'' of'the former are fortunate- acres, 16 miles out from the general elections is extended to the in council Wall, J. Thompson, chair- case of a pauper Cad McCoy county and ones of the best known f 'J
' i ly so- rare as to excite; wide interest .capital Is owned by an second Saturday in October (General session Tuesday night February 3rd, was discussed. The. council president attorneys of Central Florida, lost his >
in ,th. medical profession. It is a who has over a hundred laborer em-I I Statute. Section 202)); and the time m.n. presiding. The minutes of the was instructed to confer with life and George McCullough, a well <'+
'f disease fer which no dependablecure ployed on the property the for the payment of poll taxes for last regular and one called session the board of county commissionersand known business man of this city wa fm
v 'has been discovered and when the round. The judge says these 600 primary elections is extended to the 1 were read and approved. his report was to be final. severely injured. ".
fV
< ,disease is diagnosed the animal is acres of trees are on stiff red clay second Saturday in May (primary Several communications were read After payment of regular bills Mr. Starbuck and Mr. McCullough : 1 I
killed. It ialso a disease. which and witnessed the methods used there election law, Section 11)). the first being from the auditor who council adjourned. left Orlando about 7:30 to go tote''
k nay be carried for month without in fertilizing, cultivating and spray- So that it appears that in general went over the city books about two the country beyond Winter Garden .':

v discovery, and in its earlier stages it Ing. This particular grove has an elections,-as well as in primary elec-- years ago. This communicationasked LAKE MARION IMPROEMENTS.Sir for a hunting expedition traveling p,
Is almost. impossible to detect by any up-to-date irrigating plant, but notwithstanding tions, the time for registration ends if the city wished another I in Mr. Sterbuck's two-seated Ford V; T
7 + but microscopical examinations of the exceptional care the before the time for the payment of audit of the books. After some de- William Mulock. chief justiceof I car. In going around a curve in the 5 .
the blood of the suspected animal. trees get they have not that luxuriant poll taxes does; and so far a* I liberation it was decided that at this Canada, who recently spent several road where there was a sharp Incline, ;;il.
t "The State of Florida provides for foliage seen always in the Florida know t.b. ere has never been any question 'time such a work was unnecessary.A weeks in this city, and Mr. I Mr. Starbuck lost control of the machine is
;the' payment' for every animal that orange groves, besides the trees look buT what a person applying for I communication regarding an incinerating Andre van der Meersch who has just which was overturned throw 1
I is killed by authority of the board on shaggy and usually shy of full crops. registration under the general law plant to take care of thecity's moved here to live from New York ing out both passengers. It is V
:' account of. this disease, limiting such The annual expense incident to the could take the constitutional oath re- garbage was read. It was have purchased adjoining tracts bordering thought that Mr, Starbuck received a \ .
n ,payment; however, to seventy-five proper care of this 600-acre grove is ferred to, although at the time all generally agreed that steps must be on Lake Marion, near Whit- blow on the temple that caused his '
s d dollars for each animal. The State, something like (100,000 he was told, poll taxes then due by such person taken in the near future for the disposition tier ,the former 2,000 acres and the death. Mr. McCullough sustained a tort J 1", .
.'h :through the board of health paid $4- and the judge believes that as a bus- : had not been paid.It of communication garbage but Dr. Rivers. latter 700 acres. broken arm and other severe bruise l ,
', :,"( ,426 for such purpose in 11513. iness proposition the Florida orange 1 has never been contended that reported a from the I These gentlemen both intend build- but is not thought to be in danger. c> ;il 1
.It' is' believed that this provision industry offers better results by far the payment of"poll taxes due is a secretary at Miami whre an incinerator -I ing and making extensive improvements I As soon as the accident was discovered -

11." works 'Ian injustice to the taxpayer than from orange groves on the richest 1' prerequisite to registration for general had been installed, and where it ''I on their .property. in the near a telephone message was ,
of Cuban lands that the islandis elections, and .inasmuch the had been abandoned owing to the future. ra t
i' fp 'of. the State, because it afford the ; ; 'I' as sent to Orlando and Victor Starbuck
: :opportunity :for unscrupulous stock- a delightful place to spend the statute fixing the time for registration cost of maintainance. It was then! Mr. van der Meersch '< now negotiating a brother of the deceased, and V. W. ' ,.
'S S- winter but for the culture and the of poll) taxes concluded that nothing definite! shouldbe to have a large of his Estes !
V $dealer to'buy glandered animal in orange payaient acreage started at once fpr the scene ; ) .'
r" ontsid..markets at low prices, to im- Florida i head and shoulder above I I6r primary elections are similar to done at this time./insurance i I land plowed and put in cultivation on of the accident an dreturned to Or Ii,
port them into the.State and sell at Cuba.-DeLartd Record the statutes covering this subject for The matter of was turned which he will grow chufas .and other lando with the body of Mr. Starbuck

Jam profits. .The disease not being : feneral elections, as has been shown, over to the proper committee.The feeds for fattening hogs and cattle. about 6:30: Wednesday morning

4 nanifest'at'the time of sale works: SUNDAY AT THE FIRST BAP- as I have stated above communicate clerk was with then the Dixie instructed Culvert to He is highly pleased with his purchase Deceased was ",/ell known in this I). n
,alt J injustice to the Innocent purchas- TIST CHURCH. I that the legislature did not intend to and thinks the beautiful sandy city having practiced before the tp :
Company regarding the purchase of )
.when require, and the statute should not beach along the lake front adds courts of this
,er/and.. develop. later the county for many t '
material for culverts, and the matterof years. ,
i t State is called on to make good at be construed as requiring the payment estimates for amounts needed greatly to Its desirability. The remains were laid to rest at 0-
p least a portion of this loas._ A. J. Holt D. D., pastor. of poll) taxes as a prerequisiteto referred to the street committee was for rest a tOrlando on Wednesday Feb. ti+,

-remedy: : suggested ?iswthat this Sunday School at 9:4 a. m. C. A. in this registration\ for primary elections report. DEATH OF MRS. GEO. BRONSON.Mrs. ruary 4th, by Orlando Lodge No. 20 ,l; a r
provision for the for State. I I. O. O. F., of which the deceasewas
't f [ payment/ such Carson's Bible class has fifty in at
i", stock should 'be, repealed and that a : Respectfully submitted, J. XL Rush- then made a report on a member. H. E. Swabey, who i 4r'' i r
I.$t clean bill of health be required for tendance. You are invited to be one (Signed T. F. WEST. the cemetery, stating that the same George Bronson of St Cloud wa sa brother Odd Fellow of decease fed
aQ .animals 'brought' ,into the State more.< i had been thoroughly cleaned and died at the home of her parents, Mr., I and belonged to to the same lodge '
benches
i. :and that such certificate: signed by The pastor will preach at 11 al m. A host who was nervous and inexperienced I suggested convenient the place placing The of matter of at and simmee Mrs.last Charles Bass, in North Xi. attended the funeral. The pallbear- ? y

'r, -. the veterinary. authorities of the state or" Men; Which?" 'A live question.oniThe lose hurriedly' the conclusion I I general for the''' a buried Tuesday night and was ers were six friends of the deceased 1
overseer cemeterywas at Rosehill. cemetery on Wednesday i
.took" Ia three chosen from OdJ '
/rom which .the' brought J. the
; Commandments' of God"At' of !a song one of his guests discussed. ,afternoon. .. among I f r'
:, .Unknown' to of Florida's dti- i Fellow and three from
the
f many had given.\ Knights
ffJ' IH ((7 o'clock) .the pastor "will A warrant for $600 was ordered The deceased lady was reared in of
Stst.'provides ; Pythias of which r
'senthe a fund 'of tea 'Ladies order Mr. Star.
)' and he .1
-er-gentlemen, drawn to pay for the culvert next to Kissimmee. where she has
,' a host of
Secret Disdpl.ahip"Ev.rybody.
peak buck
; thousand. dollars a: year for'the'treatment ,on said "before.Mr. M, beganhe-asked the Methodist Church withholding a friends and'relatives. was also a member. tr,
la \/ of 'crippled.: :and >deformed children . invited. Especial welcome me apologize. for his voice; but I small amount until the, coating is ,Besides
put a husband
.'{.'": "whose parents are 'unabj* flnanto accorded to...visitor* and..strang- omitted to do so-er-so.-I-apolo up on by the'contractors leaves ,three small sorrowing.children she I It just takes a man who pad.' hi'.

.. i"V ,.'aIJy . meet the, expense ,of 4 such.J . el'lj'', ". ,gaze nowi-TitiBits.! : ,r An ordinance...requiring the mu1f .-'I' her loss to mourn. padding shoulders elsewhere to sneer at a woman. 'foF'r
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,'Pond.' ore>readUy various, tnetii- : is.'the oldest strain oi''Indian corn! tact for about '200 years, but the
a IMNTS; ABE, ods of hitching and the shifting post: MfcMWENT'S! known to exist.-.It, I. 'the",'Identical strain'' of the ,sacred, corn ,has been. CONDITIONSIHPflJITATIBNS J ri riGOYS

Uon of the operator.thana.heavierone. the corn 'that was being used "by the preaerwd'Intact, .... ,;'.,..
\ The fcest material for: drag tribes before Columbus discoveredAmericXi The department of agriculture
;; KEEN TO\SCHOOL i. a dry cedar; log .though elm, walnut AGRICULTURALEXPERIMENTS Of course, i it.is of,celestial makes It a poln",to try out all ot the _
box' eldejr or soft maple are excellent origin, as most ,-of the Indian possessions Indian corns that it an get hold of !
I.. Oak hickory or ash are too of value ;:are according to :$Omeof the 'Jde ert strains from the
THEIR CHILDREN heavy. The ,fog should be from seven their legends., In this particular southwest have proved valuable ,for
-
( to ten feet long, and from,eight to :
case, in 'the old days there was only their' drought resistance. This Is
1'--- ten inches In 'diameter. It should be .. one old woman, of the Cherokee tribe particularly true of the Laguma corn
split carefully a* near the,center- la ., ,,
- who
had ,of
supply corm When from old Mexico. Other strains are
OBEDIENT TO SCHOOL LAWS possible and the heaviest, and best WILL DEAL ,WITH, OLD WOMANBUT any was wanted she went to a storehouse insect slab chosentor the front. When the In-the, village.and. came, back qualities can be determined\and the ";
soil is moist, but not sticky die the drag ----r with a1 basket full.> She ,and her types fixed only-by careful experiments '--"
"' does the best work. A* soil in husband had two sons, one of them and investigation '
THE LEAST ILLITERATE OF,OUR the field will bake if plowed wet, so IN ,THIS INSTANCE IT IS adopted, having been found origi. UNITED: STATES:,.DEP RTMEN""
POPULATION' ARE THE NA the road wilfbake if the drag I. usedon THE CHEROKEE INDIAN nally in the river., He was only half ;"AGRICULTURE' ,
OF
it when it is wet. If the roadway human, but Jte and his brother ISSUES
TIVE-BORN CHILDREN' TITLE, FOR SACRED grew FEWER GARS
is full of holes
or badly rutted the up together.. < CIRCULAR ,BEARING ON ..
drag should be used when CORN.
once the .
FOREIGN PARENTS. '
road is soft and slushy. One day the old woman went to TUB, SUBJECT.
FRUITr
the storehouse for the corn sndthe OF CITRUS
The earth road can best be D. C. Jan. -
80.-Tbat crown- Washington 26.-Next two boys watched' her through a
Washington, D. C, Jan.interested in ed and ditched with a road machineand spring "the Old Woman"will be crack in the well. They saw her'rub Washington D. C., Feb. 2-ne
immigrant schooling for are their keenly children, or at not with picks and shovels, added to the list of the government'sagricultural herself with her hands and corn ROLL TO MARKET regulations' issued by the departmentof '
least conspicuously obedient to school scoops and plows. One road machine experiments rained down from her skirt and soon agriculture December 22, 1913, '
.
attendance laws, is the declaration of with a suitable power and operator "The Old Woman" Is the Cherokee filled the basket. The river-born governing the importation of potatoes !
Dr. P P. Claxton, United States Will do the work of many men with title for sacred corn. In ordinary foundling said: "Evidently the old into theUnited' States, made. it f
picks and shovels arid in addition and conversation this corn is woman is a witch, and we must kill incumbent on any ,country not under
Commissioner of Education. ONLY 445 CARS LAST WEEK
"The least Illiterate of our population will do it better. If the road is com- allude to as the real or originalcorn. her." .. t Quarantine, d.sirineto offer potatoesfor
.
posed of fine clay or soil it will export to the United States Ant
are the native-born children of some- But for ceremonial purposesit When she came out of the storehouse -
times pay to resurface it with topsoil is known she found the to declare an effective quarantine pro
foreign parents, says Dr. Claxton, always as "the Old Woman. two boys waiting
in a bulletin on education for Immigrants from an adjacent field which ." The finding of this corn was and said to them: "I know you Florida citrus shipment: hbiltlng the entry, into such country. ,.{ -
issued. "The illiteracy has sand or gravel mixed with it. more or less an accident. It was located are going to kill me, and I can do Cars moved last week________ 445 of potatoes from any country the or district -
among the children of native-born This methed' called the "top soil and turned over to the depart- nothing about it, bat listen when Iam Cars moved week before last_ 1,004; States.quarantined This 'by United
method meant that
'is
now in successful in Bermuda
three times use ment of agriculture James Mooney dead drag my body around over Total
parents is as great as cars moved to last Saturday other
that among native-born children of Clarke county, Georgia. of the bureau of ethnology. 'It is the open piece of ground." ___._u____ ________12,864. or quarantine any would country first not have covered to by "
foreign parents." I Storm water should be disposed of being handled by Mr. Collins of the They did as she 'had said arid take'I,I
quickly before it has had time to bureau of plant Industry and after it I extensive quarantine action against,,
Dr. Claxton reviews the whole wherever the blood fell stalks of corn Jacksonville, Fla., Jan| 30.-The all foreign countries under'
roblem of education for immigrants, penetrate deeply into the surface of Has been. grown experiments Will be sprang up. The Cherokees have had citrus fruit movement was consider- by the United States quarantine
In "To the the road. This can be done by giving tried in crossing it with other varieties as to potato
and out of schools. peo- corn ever since and what has been able lighter last week as market conditions Import ton..
ple of no other country is the prob- the road a crown or slope .from and finding out what valuable turned over to the department is have ben unsatisfactory, By order issued '
an 23
a Im of so much importance as to the the- center to the sides. For an earth characteristics it has that can be embodied some of the same strain. The corn says The Packer. The cold weather 1914, by the January ,
acting of
United States. road which is twenty-four feet wide in a permanent strain. has since been crossed for ordinaryuse I which has prevailed in many mar secretary agriculture . ?
mNo foreign countries not
otthherecountry so many the center should be not less than aix The corn does not look very different but the sacred ceremonial corn kets in the North has effected the demand quarantine are given' the alternative under '
women and children coming to its inches nor more than twelve inches, from ordinary corn, but it is is just as it always has been. and as a result the congested of either forbidding by law the> i '
shores every year from all parts of higher than the outer edges of the softer and sweeter and the meal made The attention of Mr. Mooney was condition has lowered prices and exportation to the United States of ar'I .
the world. shoulder. The narrow road which ialhi&h from it is better testing. The .corn called to the corn by some of the shipments for the past two week. all potatoes not homegrown or' ..
"Many of those who have come to in the middle will become rutted grows in three varieties, red, yellow Cherokee writings for the Cherokees have been much lighter than antici quarantining' against all countries
us in recent years are from countries almost quickly as one which is too : and white. The kernels are wider have an alphabet and a written lan pated. No doubt next week there now covered by United States I
having meager provisions for public flat .for the reason that on a narrow I and flatter than ordinary corn and the guage of their own, though this is an- 'will be heavier shipments and better as originally provided. quartantine :
education. According to the Federal road all the traffic is forced ,to use I cob is small compared to the size of other story. The name for corn is prices. The other provisions of the i.i.I
census of 1910, more than 25 per only a narrow strip. Shoulders are the ear. This is considered always a "selu"! while the suffix "ya" in I Most of the fruit la moving under remain unchanged. regulations
cent .of the foreign-born populationof often formed on both sides of the' valuable characteristic because it increases Cherokee means "the original" or I ventilation only, as comparatively The recent order is as follows. .:'.
three states was illiterate, from road which prevents storm water the yield of shelled corn per "the real thing" Seeing this wordin few are rolling under refrigeration. United States Department of Agriculture \
15 to.25 per cent of five states from from flowing into the Side ditches some of the records, he asked if There is some decay reported aver Office of the e
Secretary.
10 to 15 per cent of all states and retaining it in the ruts and softeningthe ear.The department has had some of there was any of the original corn in aging from 10 to 15 per cent as to Federal Horticultural Board. 15,
from 5 to 10 per cent of twenty-one roadway. These ruts and shoulders the other Indian' strains previously.The I existence. The Indian inquired of the haul, but as a whole the fruit is Plant Quarantine Decision No. $. a
states. In only one 'state was the can be entirely eliminated with Pawnees for instance have six said he was still raising it himself. carrying well.Grapefruit The Federal Horticultural Board
percentage of illiteracy of the for- the road machine or split-log; drag. distinct colors. They have a peculiar 'I Some was bought and when turned is holding up well bothas recommends that the first paragraphof
eign-born population less than five| The width of the earth road will way of preparing some of their corn over to the department of agriculture to quality and price and there is regulation 2 of the regulation i
"Most of the immigrants in recent depend on the traffic. As a rule I for eating a way involving too much it was declared to be an unde- no doubt before the season closes governing the importation of potatoes
years have little kinship with theo wenty-five; or thirty feet from ditchto hard labor and which would make it scribed variety. The nearest ap- fruit will be bringing fancy prices. into the United States promulgated
older stocks of our population eitherin ditch is sufficient if the road is too expensive for ordinary commer- proach to it was. some Indian corn The twenty-second annual convene December 30, 1913, under the y
blood language methods of properly crowned. Ordinarily the cial use, but which would likely ap- the department had found the Tus- tion of the National League of Com- provisions of an order of the secre ,
thought traditions manners or customs only ditches needed are those made ; peal to the ultra rich, who do not caroras raising up in New York mission Merchants has been a big tary of agriculture, issued December
; they know little of our politi- with the road machine which are mind paying for a novelty. state. The similarity of the two was boom to Florida as it enabled the 22, 1913, be amended so as to readas f
cal and civic life and are amused at wide and shallow. Deep narrow In this particular preparation the commented on by the botanists as grower and shipper to meet the receivers follow.:
,'; our social ideas; their environment ditches was hrapidly especially on corn is dried in the husks over aglow surprising. Mr. Mooney said smil- and get acquainted and aft- Regulation 2. General Conditions
here is wholly different from that to steep slopes. The earth road should fire and then shucked and stored ingly that it would not have been er a little talk, both came to the Governing Potato Importations.
which they have been accustomed. not be loosened dug up or plowedup on the cob. When wanted it is surprising had the botanists been same conclusion "well, he ain't such (First Paragraph Only.)
Strangers to each other frequentlyfrom any more than is absolutely nec- cooked like green corn, and is said thonolgists, because the Tuscarorasin a bad fellow after all.'' Potatoes will be admitted from ;
. countries hostile to each other It should be graduallyraise to be much better than any canned very early times lived near the Shipments next week probably l'Ountty'or; well-defined district thereof .any r
I..j by tradition of different speech and not lowered; hardened nor corn that can be bought. I Cherokees down in South Carolina. w lbe\ heavier as markets this week. not specifically mentioned in No- 1
,, creeds they are thrown together, softened. The Cherokee corn just unearthed The two tribes have not been in con are in better conditoins. I tice of Quarantine No. 11, Issued De-

strangers among and strangers thought in of a __ _ _______,_ ___._____. ___ _ ___ ___________ ____ __ ._ ___ .c.c- __. _ __ u cember 22. 1913. when it I. determined .
strange country are by'adequate field l inspection a
by us only as a conglomerate mass conducted by recognized of
of foreigner. With little attention 11 ifiSfiifiifiifi w w w K w SB y1 I.w w s w sfi w yl w w w y1 ifi w *ifi ifi ifi ifi s ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi y1 ifi' ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi w y1 wy; the country concerned that experts.Such r
to their specific needs they are L i country or district thereof is free-
crowded into factories mines, and from
I injurious potato diseases and ;
t dirty tenement quarters, too often the I injurious insect pests, and such country -
,
prey of the exploiter in business and 1 must further '
to examine
agree .
I .
l the demagogue -politics.. and certify all potatoes offered for t I'
"Immigrant education is not alone Iiyl I

.. the question of the school education rowslations
;

of men children.and women The, and millions if children of adult old- CLOSING : : CLOSING I ifi I Provided will That the entry of potatoes -
x not be permitted from any y
,. er than the school-attendance upper limit of the must com- ; HiEfi country unless such country cither
pulsory age has an effective quarantine prohibiting -
be looked after must be Fire Sale
; they prepared | the entry into such country or
for American citizenship and
I ifiifi ''district
thereof of potatoes from any
for participation in our Democratic
OUT country or district under
industrial social and religious life; OUTI I by the United States ,or forbids quarantine by) 1
be help
must sympathetic
they
: given I law the exportation to the United
in finding themselves in their own eYt States of all
'' y1 tfi potatoes'not' grown
environment and in adjusting themselves .
! ( within the country, or district; or lo f
and
J to their opportunities ifiifi
.
cality thereof from which the potatoes
! responsibilities. The proper education ,
of these people is a duty which are exported;' ,
the nation owes to itself and to them.It yt Provided further, That potatoes

can neglect this duty only to their AT THE' SURPRISE STORE I 7i grown by a duly In authorized a district which official is to believed be free; ,
hurt and its own peril
ifiifi from injurious potatoes disease., and
I which have at the time of the Issuance ;
ifia I of these regulations been 't
SPRING IS THEPROPER ; ifi taken from the ground and stored,
may be certified after inspection as
TIME ifiifi hereinafter provided in Regulation. 6.
C.L. MARLATT,


TO WORK ROADS I x 116 BROADWAY KSSIMMEEI! I GEO.W. A.B.ORTON.SUDWORTH Chairman., n

W. D. HUNTER '
I A. V. STUBENRAUCH,
ifiifi Federal Horticultural Board.R. i' k
MISTAKE TO WORK IN FALL is C. ALTHOUSE, ,

The ENTIRE Stock Was DAMAGED Secretary of Board.
------ ifi i Approved:
ROADS SHOULD BE WORKED ifiifi FRANCIS G. CAFFEY,
WHEN SOIL IS DAMP SO ITs Solicitor.
CAN BAKE WHEN IT II. T. GALLOWAY,
DRIES OUT. by Moving Out From The Building Acting Secretary: of Agri lture.

Washington D. C., .Jan. 23, 1914.. }
Washington, D. C., Feb. 2.-It is a ----

w' '" roads great until mistake to road August to experts put or September of off the working United according During The Great blazing Fire at the ifiifi: WOMEN: FIND THIS IS

States department of agriculture.The Eli ifiifi
roads should be worked when the I i BETTER THAN CALOMEL

soil is damp BO as to make the soil adjoining store formerly The Woman's ShopThe !
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bake when it dries out. If the roads ifiifi I

are worked when they are dry, it I EH .Many Mothers and Wives Have i

takes chine and more besides power dry to earth draw and the dust ma- i EHEH building, which is at present occupied by me; must be torn ifi Learned Tone I.That a Fine Dodson'a Remedy Liver for ;,,

retain moisture and quickly rut after ifiifi .

' weeds! rains.or vegetable The use matter of clods in building sods, EH down and it's impossible for me to get another location suitable for J. Z. Roberson Constipation.-will tell you that it ",}

earth roads should be avoided because IfiIfi business. Am compelled to close it out right away' without any ifiifi takes'the women to realize the merits -
; they also retain moisture.If my of a new remedy for constipation I'
the working of the roads is deferred and biliousness quickly and surely ,
' ,.. until the latter part of the delay. Have reduced the prices to very actual net cost, and all the ifi whether it is for themselves or some ,

, dry summer and hard when, they the surface are not only is baked diffi- tfi damaged goods will be sold below cost---according to the damage. ifiifi one There else are in their today families.a treat; number '"T..

cult to work but the work is unsatfs- of households in which Dodson's t
factory when done. Earth which Is ES ESIt is your buy your CLOTHING and LADIES' and Liver Tone has come to take the ,.
loose and dry will\ remain dusty as FURNISHINGS place of dangerous calomel as wtll) -
'j long as the dry weather lasts and during THIS Great Closing Out Fire Sale. as all other remedies for such ailments '' ,
then turn to mud as the rains begin. EfiEfi I and where an atmosphere of ,
By using the road machine in the We MUST close it out right and .such offers couldn't be x health and happiness now prevails.Dodson's .
j.' spring while the soil is soft and away, I Liver Tonic is uncondi ... +

damp, the surface is more easily Efi often. Better be time and The Cream of the Bargains. i tionally guaranteed by J. Z. Rober- ,I _.
shaped and soon packs down into a EfiEfi' gotten very on get son to b6 a safe liver remedy and. j 't\
u' dry hard crust which is less liable to -. regulator absolutely harmless and '
;: become dusty in summer and muddy .;r ifiifi with no bad after-effects such a. are .!1' .t;
i, in winter. EfiEfi liable with calomel. L 4
"''h Repairs to roads should be made Dodson's is a pleasanttastingvegetable f
, when needed and not once a year TE SURPRISE' STORE ifiifisfiwifiifiifiwifiwiinfiwifiifiw liquid and clears the ach- ,
after crops are laid by. Because of EfiEfi ing head and suffering body: with no .
, }, its simplicity, efficiency, and ..cheap pain nor gripe. '
Q;.: ness, the split-log drag or some similar .. 1 So perfect a remedy has Dodson's }
device is destined to come into I Efi Liver Tone proved to be that ,your 'i
r'' more and more general use. With 116 Broadway :: Kissimmee 'Fla. x druggist will refund the purchase W
1'',. the drag properly built and its use EfiEfi prico (SOc.) Instantly' without question 'to",
tf well understood, the maintenance of L il not thoroughly'satis-* -it:
.earth and 'gravel roads become a fled. They are authorized to do so ..1i 1:
'. simple and inexpensive matter. Care EfiEfi by Dodson who doesn't want your ,, J' '
I '' should be taken to make the log so money unless his remedy can benefit >_1<
light that one man _can lift it with i you. Under such conditions I

.'. ,,two ease i,medium as a light.i drag ed.bor can e be.4' drawn and re by 71 j y1 l yl Y1 yf yl Yl ylyl l y1 l y1 l yl Yf yl y1 y1 { yf yl yl y1 yl Yf yf Y1 1 I I YI dom.trial, would seem the part of y'la-

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: to carry outs:favored,.tows to rapid( day.;, Unless some constitutional REGISTRATION BOOJC8, OPEN -

i ACTIVE and solid development., question is Involved which we have Supervisor of Registration; C. W. PIANO ,
AN There is no organization that, can not been able to discover we do not Griffin baa appointed his deputies in EXPERT '

I : more effectively promote the advancement : see how Congress can refuse to pro the several precincts','and the books ,r
? of a town or city than an alert, vide at least as much protection for are now open for all who ears to register.
active Chamber of Commerce.. Every little children. All :voters will be required to TUNING
COMMERCIAL. business man' in a town shouldbe Dr: Charles ,P. Neil), of the American register: 'if they desire to participate

a 'member, if he wishes, his business' Smelting and Refining Company, in the primary, regardless of whether Special attention to all makes of
-and town tCYprosper" who was formely-United,. .-,commissioner . they hay.--registered.beforr,, or>_not. "
himself
J fessional" man should ?ally, : of labor and is a'trustee of Books are in the hands'of,the following Instruments ,

with the chamberevery progressivecitizeit the. National Child Labor Committee deputies inthe various pro-. Charge for tuning 93.00, for next
ORGANIZATION who would 'count in the the penalties *
activities explained light provided cincts: 80 t
; of. his town should connect; in the bill by Baying "It was No. 2-Shingle Creek, George C. days.
I himself with this body,. which shouldbe not our design to confiscate the prop Bronson. Out of town orders solicited.It : .

the exponent.of the city's spirit of erty Of a man who through some accident No. Campbell.. Dan Lanier, '
THIS IS THE-LEAD WE SPREAD I I progress and of civic ambition.A. or oversight permits a child to No. 4.--St. Cloud A. E. Drought p. FAIRMAN yP
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fl Will Promote Advancement. P.. MONTAGUE. be employed in violation of the law. No. 6. Lanier, Noun TindalLNo. Phone 202 Box,1fT. r

Wehave therefore made the penalty 6.-Whittier, Rand ph Young. Kissimmee, Fla. .
I i light enough to work no hardship on '
No. Bassinger., W. H. Walker. t.j

Poor Paint Is Expensive of Any City CH1JMABORBILL the first Federal offense government we make it to possible give the for I' No. 8.-Narcoossee. F. W. Hill. - .I..jI..

( I II incorrigible offender'aU the punish '.;J: i

; at t Any Price ment he wants." I r+
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1 I Tl. 1.1. TEXT Or/ AItTlCLE :
is PENDING
is'I f I 1 I I OFFERS HIS SERVICES FREE. ,Real Estate SalesmanWANTED
People who want things cheap gen UHIITEN in I UR..t.. I I' MO.N1AC.IK J '

them- honest, reliable PKK.sIDK.Nr;:; LAKE i iI To All Whom It May Concern {. f
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: erally get an i ::,:'
I I I On behalf of the live stock ;
durable of demands (Ll\ ( (\MBEK OF I IN CONGRESSRadical ex- .
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like
an honest price. to offer my services as a judge I ; I""
at the coming fair at Orlando, Fla. v I !'
:r 4'' The lowest bids does not neces- It necessitates that a judge, especially High-class:I proposition Splendid I offer on commissionbasis. :'\ ,M

sarily mean the cheapest job, since Luke Citj; I Fla.. Jan 15, 1'1l4. a live stock judge, should hire S i ;
Departure From more than a fundamental knowledgeof
Editor Florida Index
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the first cost of a poor job is only live stock, and that a vetenary sur- and references
to
I To my surprise a movement waslIet Address with letter giving experience : I
the beginning the geon, one who has had a ,
-- necessary scrap- chairman
on foot to choose me : Other Measures -especially erience with animalsof
ing when it cracks, scales and checksis of the Chamber of Commerce, and almost all kinds, would be more appropriate REAL ESTATE, Care Kistimmee Valley Gazette. :, ;

second than the to my consternation, the votes I for the occasion. I beg to re- t' \:
a expense greater of the citizens railed me to that' Yours "
main faithfully, '
place. I have long felt, that a citizen PKOMDES :NO CHILI UNDER 14ERS I>. GEO. FREDERICK NASH -_ ,- --- III (1, '
first.We summoned\ to the service of mu- ;'/,
M. C. S. V. M.
and OF AGE CAN WORKIN
can give you a durable nicipalil or state. should consider'not

truly economical job because "e use r his own pleasure or convenience l:i OR AROUND ANY: PALACE DRUG STORE, Inc. S ti
but the will of his fellow
citizcns.I
I Sv the highest grad materialsCarter i f For this reason, and in sincere appre'lation (, MANUFACTORY.The : : The Orlando orchestra, composed SAM G. RAGSDALE, Prei. and Mp- it',
of Messrs. F. N Boardman
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of the honor done 1'
I Pare White Lead Pure Linseed Oil me, "THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE"PHONE
Boardman .. ;;
K accept and in doing so I am fully Harry Newell, I. H.

I'' Turpentine and colors. conscious! of my own weakness, as of i, Palmer Child Labor bill intro- Ramsdell, E. II. Westover, Malcolm No. 41 FREE DELIVERY \* '

he durable kind of my inability to tiring aught of valueto duced in Congress today by A. Mitchell Wade and Mrs. J. II. Mooney, wentto ". -- ,,'
i 'I, We do only ( pans without the co-operation and Palmer of Pennsylvania, for the =- -- --0.=

; work. If that is what you want let fellowship of the citizens of Lake I I National Child Labor Committee, is a Kissimmee last night to play at a '-.t'. ,,01.
City ', radical departure from the other reception to be given by Mr. and PRESCRIPTION WORK ..r< '(I

1A6 us figure with you. I value very highly this evidence of measures designed to end this abuse' Mrs C. A. Carson in honor of theirson ,1'

w GOTTLIEB MENTZ. confidence and the time that I can by Federal law C. A. Carson Jr., and his bride, it the supreme ted of a drug store's f ii,,
I from other duties will be will- The bill is>drawn on the general
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spare who had just arrived from Idaho character. Our Prescription Department -
ingly, and, I trust, loyally devoted to lines of the Pure Food and Drugs Act
and seeks to prohibit employment of Springs, Colo., where they were mar it run on the principal that your f ;
the interest of beautiful town.
t CHIC PILLS! I In no sense in our a spirit of criticism :, children under 14 years in manufact- ried January 5 The bride was Miss \ doctor knows what he wants when he ,,t.y; t

( J...lJiW : but only with a desire to promote, j jax uring occupations and to limit the Carrie Isabel Burger daughter of write hit direction. and that it it our H
o 1 far as I the welfare of Lake work of children under 16 to eight duty to follow them to the letter. rr
.... ..... suss O may | Mr and Mrs .Lloyd Burger, of Idaho very ;
I WIYa aid ..... I would that certain improvements hour day It also fixes the age
n-_ _.a a- City, say per | Bring prescriptions here and
.- ... a .. and at 16 Springs The young people met your you .
limit for
.rA.a..4'Ir mines
and of quarries
...! ..( ....Taaela : I! a large measure will make the doctor's work surer and .
s. an. NIdNd_ rIL.../n. a. I public spirit are essential for the de- ,, )'ears. '
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r ._..tin.tw.t.alwv.tdWd. of the bill Colorado quicker.
velopment of our town. Section 1 which contains I :,
50U B.DRUGGISTS LWR1'IntR6K I **' the standards sought, reads as
Since his
I The advantages; here are great We follows Springs graduation last - ;
have excellent railway service, three : year Mr Carson has entered busi- i.

.000000000606000000i railways-portions of great systems! "No:i person, partnership, association ness and is now president of the PALACE DRUG STORE Inc. ;.
serving our people the town is laid' ,
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i f or corporation or any
LEWIS RYAN I off'/ with taste, and the streets and agent or employe thereof manufacturing Carson Cattle Company, of Kissim- SAM G. RAGSDALE, Pres. and Mgr. .. ,,
residences are attractive the existence mee a corporation capitalized at
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; producing or dealingin ,
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ATTORNEY AT LAWSPECI4LIZING 'of several lakes in and near, the products of any mine or I 1$250,000. lie and his bride spent a I "THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE"PHONE ,

Lake City add to the beauty and the quarrv in which children under I week in New York and the elaborate I I No. 41 FREE DELIVERY ,'\
\ pleasure of the town; we are in easy ]I 16 of employed or
are
S years age last )0 : ,
reception night was planned by I ;
r' reach of the metropolis of Florida 1
tN ; permitted to work at any time; I
our high school and our college offer 1 or of any mill, cannery, work- his parents as a pleasant surprise I u".
educational inducements as great as I for the young people.-Orlando Sentinel -
ABSTRACTAND our state possesses; our people are establishment shop, factory in or which manufacturing children Saturday. .. . ........... ..OOO OOOOOOOOOO.OOOOOO.O.. .. ;1;.

kindly, courteous and friendly. I under 14 years of age are employed I i ::1.
fOR BOTH SEXES :;
1 i And jet, and I suy this in all'' or permitted to work at ;f/i

S TITLE WORK I kidnness and good fellowship, there ): any" time or in which children between : Words of Praise i We are of the greatest service ;','
are not seen in our midst evidencesof the ages of 14 and 16 .
t \ :\. STATE BANK BLDG business energy; and commercial years of age are employed or i in the preservation of their :i

1 progress which other towns of Florida -i I permitted to work more than For Mayr's Wonderfu wardrobes as we take men's for _

I" 000000000000000000 less favored by nature, show to'' eight hours in any day or more Stomach Remedy I women's clothing and Clean 't'

a resident and visitor I i than six days in any week, or it or Dye it '
as occasion
e requires -
How may the Chamber of Com after the hour of 7 p. m. or before "Ho.thankful we are to : f f
.ooooooooooooooooocooooooTHE merce hest serve Lake CIty'* In'' the hour of 7 a. m. of any you for getting. a bold. ... I without injury to the 4t

several ways it seems to me. |I I day, shall ship or offer or deliver your wife wonderful, could not Remedy.My have frailest fabric. We have a ;,

First, let us urge our represent-- I:I I for shipment such products in had but a abort time to bve process of our own which en- 1:"
interstate I if she had not take your X I '
I ManhattanHotel live in Congress and our senators to ;i I > commerce. 7 Wonderful Remedy when I ables us to do th ework quickly ,L'.:
push forward without delay the ahe'did. One more of thow* ,
erec- I The secretary: of commerce the I 1 paroxysm pail abe was ,, and economically. We are J'
l tion of % government building. The secretary of: labor and the attorney bavin* would have killed. 1 t prompt in the delivery of all ''f t
quarters in which our postal service general constitute a permanent boardon her wstboutadoubt. Mow\ :I 1 # orders. Parcels called for ,
has its homd are utterly inadequateand t ahe' ia free from all' pan, z:: request't' .
rules and regulations and the secretary 'Ii free from heart trouble aril: r.
Special Attention to extremely inconvenient. We need of labor is authorized to inspect free from< that disturbing ei : "t f" ,

I the Traveling Public and should have, a handsome com- and prosecute for violations. 1 I Neuralgia-of fire treatment.sndthe all the result : Phone 61. _'_ 119 Broadway. t.Oliver's t. .

modious postoffice building and we : The law also provides that state factory expulsion of five or Ail hundred Gall '
the from want it in the immediate future. inspectors, truants-officers "or i Stones. Now she. is able to eat anything shewants Suitatorium -
Jars across square Again, the postoffice department other person" bring complaint 1 and her. appetite ia good and before i ;{ ,
Y A. C.: L. Depot should I any may taking TOUT medicine she. baa no appetite. and
at
place convenient to
d; +F points I .. before United States district: I when. she. ate. anything the. would suffer death OOU 0 0000000000 000000004> OOO 000'00" to 00.. .. '
3 1 ; : KISSIMMEE, FLA. the public a number of letter boxes attorneys and every separate shipment | for so doing and could not sleep at mght. r
1 and at two places larger boxes for made to constitute f since taking your treatment abe sleeps. well ail '
4ii rs sepa- -
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packages rate offense The. above. letter should l, convince you more \
Secondly, the city needs at leats than n could say in behalf of
The Natioanl Child Labcr Commit- .f
: W..d.rful:
two dozen residences, large and Ms.yra HtwnsM-n Remedy. Sufferers
O .OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.M. 1 i tee ha.- repeatedly been urged toespouse . should try one dose of this Remedy. ,
small, for the of those who
occupancy I of the bills which merely one. dose should convince them that they can
> cne
TILLER would make Lake City their home, if sought to forbid child labor under 14 be restored to health. Nearly all StomachAilments .D. G. WHBHEH INSOHIDICE$ ( HBEJICY.

?,, they could secure houses. Private 'years but has taken the ground that intestinal are tract caused with mueoid by the and clogging catarrh of the accretions .. ...

K. capital should he encouraged to provide 1 low standard Federal law might I I allowing poisonous Quids into the ,
a
Real Estate Agency. for a population that would : hinder rather than state ,' !S'omach\ and otherwise. deranging the digestive. Successor to Arthur E. Donegan Agency f'
promote ..
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if we would allow it to do system Majr'a W* rfml Htooutch Kaaeiypainlessly
grow so
................................ A number of persons have written to l legislation I 1 removes these accretions. without asurgical Room No. 9 Second floor Citizen Bank Boildinf. Phone 246 t
end
k and Colic
I ' operation puts an to -
me, making; inquiry as to houses "However ,we have not taken any I I Attacks. Gases in the Stomach and Intestines
f Realty bought and sold. here; any J] there were none to be let. '''radical ground in this bill," said and all of the usual: symptoms: of Stomach, ,1

Houses r nted. Let us build twenty-five or thirty Owen R. Lovejoy, general secretaryof I I I druggist leaver and about Intestinal...,?1. Ailmenta WosMlerfvl. Ask H4msvrhK0xy yourI General Insurance Business, representing the strongest and most r-!"

houses and advertise them in our the National Child Labor Committee : or send to (.eo. II. Mayr, Mfg Reliable companies
verified I local papers and in those of Jacksonville "for we have merely embodiedthe I Chemist 154 Whiting St., Chicago 111.. for (t'
four standards in I free "booklet on Stomach Ailments and many :
Fire, Life and Accident In- I and several large cities principal our grateful letters from people who have bee. We will continue the Business of the Arthur E. Donegan Agency
uniform child, labor law which has it'
Third, we should keep our eyes restored
t f surance. I open for capital which would build already been endorsed by the American I, For Sale In Kissimmee By without change-Your patronage is respectfully.
ar Indemnity Bonds. Bar Association and other solicited.'l:
.t- and operate factories in the immediate many ,
[r,. I vicinity of our town. The class I prominent bodies All but eight 1 J. Z. KOBERSON ;
r .. 400000000000000000000fOOOO" of people who are engaged in such states already forbid child labor under And Druggists Everywhere." /;
work in the South is vastly 1-1 years and four nf thoan arenew i
yy yyset' that in corresponding; work superiorto in the states without th'p; bl;; -. .-- -- ------- :

North where too often the uneducated However anyone familiar with the "GULF TO ATLANTIC LINE" J:
t ; in which these child labor la.sal' \ ".f" 1
S.U.BUaOCKI unassimilated immigrant ill the way Write or wire Menge Bros., Fort "" I
emplo>'e. In bringing; into our midsta ignored or nullified by hostile \- '
worthy working class we should increase courts in some of the other forty Myers, Fla., for rate of fare and schedule SUPERIOR SERVICE '\\1, .

the financial importance of tales will recognize the need of a I of steamers Suwanee and Corona COURTEOUS TREATMENT ::1 .
REAL ESTATE ,
4 ry ...................,... the town and..hence augment opportunities vigorous (Federal standard to give the ):): plying between Fort Myers and Fort, \; ;,0'i ;
for d velopment. children protection Fifteen states it
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Caloosahat-
Lauderdale the famous
via
;; INSURANCE i Fourthly, owners of proplertyshould already forbid children under 16 in I
and and other chee Lake Okeechobee Everglades and : :
)be encouraged to improve theI mines quarries, six 'I I \r
a ;I I homes of the town. A paint brush is states have no Important mining; interest Drainage Canals. The most wonder I'i:' ,
Examination of Titles a '' If the states which will not' .
I an instrument of civilization. : ful l scenery in America. Wild bird I' .
\ I Fifthly, owners of land in and be effected by this cfau.se, vote for '
the hill should have ..serious and game )life in profusion. Seminole An Income That Is Sure fIt l'
Specialty. \I around the city should be urged to we no 42 tf
Indians and alligators. -
bring their property down to a price opposition as many mining companies 'I I .
44 Corresoondence SolicitedC.W.GRIFFIN I that encourages; sales, BO unoccupied who now employ children would be :
lots will find buyers and buyers will glad to be rid of them." is of f
matter for
a prudence
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- I build. When asked whether the eighthourday I THICK GLOSSY HAIR
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II Sixthly le tus do all in our power was not a pretty drastic provision I I FREE FROM DANDRUFF everyone to invest his or her ;r,

ti: I to prompte local trade. Our merchants 't Mr Lovejoy said: "You would'be I surplus cash to the best advantage ;
f would have larger stocks, surprised to see how much of our ,
quicke rsalei and encouragement to country already believes in the Glrl.1 Try Itl! HaIr "eta soft """yand and in this regard one a

.5r I make their places of business more hour la>'. Geographically; eilht-I I b.autlfu'-Get a 25 cent bottleof should always seek safety! first. '\.
Danderlna.If .
attractive, if our own people would states already limit the labor of chil- I ,
> i Staple and FancyGROCERIES buy in their own town. Ocala, lake dren under 16 years to eight hours a'', Start an account with the Citizens l '

4, \\ land, Kissimmee, Arcadia do their day, but we have gone farther thanthis you care for heavy hair that &111I- Bank of Kissimmee
at hence almost -' legislation leos with beauty and la radiant with
trading borne they grow in Protecting ,
.? daily. I'Twenty-one states and the UnitedStates .. life; has an Incomparable softness) and assures safety and a fair rate ;;

Seventhly let us,, whenever we limit to eight hours a day on Is Huffy and liutnfua, try Dandertne. of interest. +

: ._I_-S can, Improve our country roads, that I work for adults on state contracts. Just one application doubles the
those who dwell in the country, finding Seven of these and the United States beauty of your hair beaUtea It Immediately Four
it easier to come, to Lake!'City, itself do'not appear eighteen dissolve every particle of per cent. Interest Paid Ise ,

; \Free Delivery to all Parts W'J1come\ more frequently. Active states that provide an eight hour day dandruff, You can not have nice on Savings Accounts. f

4't s .J\, ,' of the CIty country trad' makes a Iivs progressive i for children under 16, making a total heavy, healthy hair If yon have
\ town: I of twenty-five states; the District: of dandruff. This destructive scar[ rob
I Eighthly we should have in our Columbia, Porto Rico- and Federal the hair of Its lustre 1U strength and
membership every white man in Lake 'government, which recognize the prin- Its very life, and If not overcome' It Arthur E. Donegan, P. K. Weaver,

,:j'I City, and we should courteously entreat ciple of the eight-hour day. Congress produce a feverishness and Itching of President.

r. ',WANT* ADS,In the Valley Gazette the good men of Watertown to i has gone so far as to provide the scalp; the hair root famish, Cashier. i1
of selling and nnt'r Join us. In numbers there are cheer, I that no work" for the United .States loosen and die: thea thtrhelr fall out "
$,# A.Nthe: Flsslrl* encouragement, ..nd power to do big I I government, even on private contracts fast. Sorely get a SS-emt bottle of
', 'e" :when all other means things' Let us all join the Chamberof shall I require full-grown men Knowlton's Daaderln tram say. drug 4 o INTER E'S.T ON SAVINGS ACCOU NTS

'':'1: "x nce. 6 cents a bn ." Commerce' and make it the vehicleI i'. I to work more than eight hours a .tor* sad lust try it.' .' '


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( CAN NEVERh I Kissimmee. A stay which under The Florida Seminoles \
; I any circumstances would have been 4
'delightful had its pleasures increased I A
manifold by association with con- '
l' genial society. The enchanting situ- And Their Treaty / I

F FORGET THEKINDNESS ation of Kissimmee, the charm of its t _
clean streets and beautiful grounds, .
'.* adorned even in winter with marvelous Rights in Florida
1qof shrubs and flowers in full bloom, I 'n
1 the mild yet invigorating climate, ,
'JAN.
;of .r with the graciousness of the people, I
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combined to render my trip to Florida (By MINNIE MOORE WILSON.)
of the most memorable
one
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,,.. Iftf events in my life. The trip to the I
\ southern prairies perhaps exceededall With the reading and thinking pubic to the treaty. Many of these small j
u | (: Shown Him by the People else in interest. The ever chang- aroused over the present status bands sent chiefs or sub-chiefs: to at,:;
ing landscape was in itself a constant .of the Florida Seminoles, particularly tend the council, and terms of peace .
source of delight; but what on account of the Everglades were agreed upon.
; ; of Kissimmee struck me most was the prospect of drainage problem-with the many inquiries The council took place In the open
what the country must become in the concerning their national and air and over the speakers stand a \: f. .
near future. The millions of acres legal rights, as well as the humane large American flag floated in the '
we passed through, now covered only question of homes for these original breeze. .
?. ARE THE EXPRESSIONS OF A with palmetto and wild grasses must dwellers and owners of the Everglades Seminole chiefs and American officers .
soon be reclaimed from the state of a few lines from historical [ '
r, CANADIAN GENTLEMAN WHO were in the regalia of their respective 1
/. nature. What they are capable of records will interest many official ranks.In F'
(, SPENT A SHORT TIME producing is demonstrated by the Forgetting, for the time the numerous the picture, one sees a "rem- ', . ?

:', ,; ENJOYING!': THE PLEASURES rare groves .of oranges and grape- broken treaties that were nant o fa remnant" e flower of the t, l' ,
fruit and more than all by the prod- made between the United States gov- r 9 9q
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Seminole nation reduced! from thousands
10 OF THISSECTION. ucts we saw grown so successfully at ernment and the Seminole nation in I I '
Mr. Hunter's farm near Bassenger. to about one hundred, still un- b (IVV'
Florida, prior to their deportation in s./
r. when and determination .
conquered, patriotism .
When better means of transportation 1873 to 1848 there yet remains one I '
to remain in their native
; ---- are afforded by the railway now partially peace compact that concerns the I I ,
land showed them ''detleen-
constructed. The prairies UDder worthy I
I Everglade Seminoles andFlorida's
: The following private letter to Mr. intelligent cultivation will, I haveno present honor.In dants of their beloved war chieftain I V
, \ J. D. Clark from Mr. F. R. Latch- .Osceola. .
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doubt be peopled by many prosperous 1842 at the close of the "Seven ... I
. ford, a distinguished jurist of Canada communities, producing all the Years War in Florida," all the Indians The present Seminoles of the V 1
A, who spent a few weeks here. enjoying fruits and vegetables for which the except a few scattered bands, Everglades, today eking,, out an ex- Citrus Growers'' "
d r the pleasures of our climate older parts of Florida are famous, numbering about one hundred, had istence, are the descendants of these : f
:: and the society of our complimentary and In addition at least ten head of been sent West. These few broken small bands, whose ancestors made '
"P', filled with kind and improved cattle for each poor scrub bands were hiding in swamp fastnesses the treaty with our great liberty- Our new Spring Citrus Book entiled BE. ON TIME-r.. now ready,: ,, 1
' terms of our city and county, that now found upon the range.I and no trace of them could be loving American government. It tells what fertilizer to Use, how much' when io apply, and many r
and .
: we requested were granted the am too old and set in my ways found. General Worth, the officerin Quoting from historical records as I ether valuable points on grove management MR, ' "*' '
: by Mr. Clark of reproducing
4:\ 1 privilege it in the columns of the Valley Gazette Ito, change; but should I ever find it charge at this time advised the follows\ : I Send for copy and also for our 'Ieanete Acid .Soils. and !Lima,;' .
; desirable to leave my natlye Canada, executive department at Washington "At the peace conference the few
J : shall be steered to I that all hostilities had ceased and Seminoles Its Ferms and Effects. ; 4
my course your remaining were assigned
;u Osgoode Hall, Toronto, Jan. 28, 1914.
prairies in Florida. that he considered it wisdom to make to certain areas, their boundaries beginning FERTILIZER ; :
' Dear Mr. Clark: WILSON & TOOMER CO. .
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With best wishes and sincere regards peace terms with these few remain- at the north of Peace Creek, .
I returned here only on Saturday,
having spent a day in Washingtonand to your wife and daughter, I Ing home-loving, but invulnerable' up the left bank of that stream, Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers,' i !
\i, Seminoles. The troops were with a e thence to the northern edgeof I
Philadelphia. My visit to Florida am, Dear Mr. Clark, V
JACKSONVILLE FLA.
few exceptions dismissed and >> Istopoga. e thence to ,
," greatly benefltted me, and my Faithfully yours peace; .. t
declared General worth remaining where the Kissimmee river empties hVV
chief regret is that I was unable to F. R. LATCHFORD. V
": prolong it. To the pleasant in the territory of Florida. As time into Lake Okeechobee, thence due
many Went on a few chiefs were located south through said lake and Everglades ...
r r' memories of my'visit'you have in) not and invited for a talk, "and under in- to1' Shark river ,.... ,',. V 1
kV'.' small degree contributed.! I can nev- "Hello, Mike. Where did you get ; ,
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the kindnesses. that black eyeT" fttructtont. from the president of the thence along the'gulf 'shore to placeof
1 forget extended
or many -
'' United, States, dated August,.1843, a beginnings The foregoing arrangements I
f I r to me by yourself and Mr. "Why, O'Crad/s just back from
council held and
at host his an' 'twas advised was "arrangementsbased are in accordance with
;! Hunter, nor the warmth the honeymoon, me
: pitality I experienced!: at the hands him t' get married.-Boston Tran- upon the condition that they the instructions of- the president of r
should remain in the Southern '
the United States.
' portion
of Mrs. Clark, Mre. Meiklejohn and script.
f, of the peninsula of Florida, con- "By order of General Worth."
, fined to certain limits and abstain Can citizen question thsft
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... from all acts of aggression upon the 'the Florida Seminoles have a national ,
SERVE white neighbors." right and Just claim to homes
/ .. NeXT The American flag gives credence and protection in Florida?
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f THIS&AO. within the State to protest with all f
l FOR jllUSTRA FRUIT ROWERS its might to the Interstate Commerce b

1 I I. Commission, which is now consider ,,
FUTURE ing these rates and every resource at ;1 c ',
SHOULD RALLY TOSTEVENSON'S our command should be used to secure -
t e. VJEKL at least a continuance of the V
I fFfRE" : present fruit and vegetable rate. .V
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v AID growers and shippers certainly ., _
t'I I cannot afford to be made the 'goat'in ,
/; a rate war between express com- .... w a +..
i: MUTTON panics and the parcel post service. p L j
THE TIME HAS ARRIVED FOR Action Urged

# : Section.A. Leg, used for chops and roaiti. THE FRUIT GROWERS TO "I suggest that you both write and -I ? ...k. ,,._.f' < '- ,
t' V B. Shoulder used for and wire your protest to the Interstate TT"et
: baking tew. CALL A HALT ON THOSE Commerce Commission and to "

'. C. Loin, used for roasts aad' chop.. EXPRESS PIRATES.J. congressional representatives your at .*,. *"i> ry,r rd

it 's D. Loin, furnishing the second beat chops.. once. .

! E. Ribs chops, used either for frying or broiling. "(Signed) t J. O. STEVENSON." I a

f' 'F. Breast, used for roasting or broilia,. O. Stevenson, secretary of the SAM'S MAILS are safe and sure, and 'our splendid K"::<

: : G. Neck, for cutlets, broth and meat pies. Florida State Chamber of Commerce, A DOCK! A DOCK! UNCLE '

-T---- tr -- has issued the for giving prompt attention 'tt to''mailed depoilts.'; are '
following appeal for
: \ WE ARE MUTTON TiiSQuTlRTERS"BASS I WHY NOT BUILD A DOCK r' '
'. aid in preventing the express companies .the result of a carefully studied effort to'Vsatisfaetorily'serve A'large r

1!11 r & BASS MARKET from putting in effect a new Many good things have been ,writ- I
< a classification of rates on fruits and ten and spoken within within the and constantly growing lilt of out-of-town'depoiitori., ./. '

, ( i '. vegetables to Eastern, markets and past two or three years concerning ""i
: > the importance of building a new
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II every fruit grower and trucker in

/ :' the State should give him their full of and the suitable old one dock which to all take admit the is place past (, WHEN YOU CAN'T COMB, TO TOWN. '. ,.. "
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"c' Only EXCLUSIVE furniture store support.Mr. its usefulness. There is no other "
l' Ii'If . in Steverson's letter follows: I improvement in the interests of our USE THE MAILS. '

er r I Osceoli'eouaty "It appears that the express com- growing city more urgently needed ,, '
," "f J panies for the purpose of competingwith than the prompt construction of a V I II ;
- the 'parcel post, have decided to strong, permanent, convenient dock,
tot If yon will drop ns a line we will gladly teD
: n yea l
i: $ Very materially reduce rates to'and equal to the increasing demands of
Don't Miss from Florida on merchandise, such commerce, business and pleasure on ,
:": C as is shipped by the big mail order our beautiful lake. .more about it, and incidentally. "a' few, good j"

\, houses, and,, to offset this, have increased Kissimmee has received many com- '
f f M .r the rates in about the same pliemnts through the press in our reasons why yon should. nse this uk: ,
,. degree on fruits and vegetables neighboring cities and otherwise, for, t'a
k 1 : OUR FURNITURE shipped) by our growers from Floridato the evidences of thrift snd enterprise ,
$ d the same points North. This, of as shown in her paved streets, concrete -

; course\ is very unjust and will seriously walks and other systems of mu- "
m. ;:,: DISPL Yi lessen the profits of the growers nicipal service, but no complimentshave STATE BANK OF
/ ; and shippers of our State. 4 yet been seen on account of our
t "The'schedule proposed is about. as enterprising attention to.the pressing _
follows: needs of our lake' front./ But on KISSIMMEE

Ere if yon doa't intend immediate bayinf it will pay your to get Merchandise. the other hand, many 'of' our best t
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100 lb Old. New DIf.
,, citizens are impatiently asking; "Why .
ported on the values: ,being offered. -- :N.w ,Yfcrk ,.._..w4.71, hM.> 1.2i do we not .have a, newlladysuttable i f ''
' __ (.60 /( 'Capital $100,000.03 ..,ft ;? I tv '
Carefallse1ected sleek .os. Chicago MS dockT"
,that enable yen,, to c ;ri ht-we .Uy j --- -- vs i

(tree* .. tke wide choice. 'given- both at to price and qnality-detifms. Boston Philadelphia__h 4.10 B.IS 'Ids 5.50 J.1S MS attractive' Parks are, 'but" ornamental they can ,wait tuneful a little'and Surptw$30,000.00 'Qepodtoriecilrity$130A00.00;: ) : ::t.: e
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CaD, ia tocle,' : V :J < \ ,Fruits and Vegetables; longer if necessary,"whfle it to high i V, Ofscers and Directori :fy.% .,"....,.tCJ
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that "
100 Ibs. Old. Ne. DI?. dock
time the
new was well

Wlut'. Sewiof\v MacLaess'ToN! ,.. 'Johnson. -Bicycle..- .,.,oilier Typewriters.- '*!J.w ..Yorkr- JL..0. 'Ml ;,os way ready.eomp1etecL -Now under p A,....;. du.j R.SON'Piei'.....J ;..q ;. ..'";)' < : '
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Cask or easy payments.*. Boiton' :' _', t.t4. M< -.IIauadelpbia be' done while the water Is unusually "': .;20d'acePi ., {It". 7k, 'I',' .*
uaY '"' >"""**.V'IIo-'*''Mr .* -, .... e '." -J< ,.f "I41.'O. . ' \ .
,: :;. 1:141: ::1-i' ,01Clurge.'Ratl'Wat..ry low.')" Nothing would'add more to the . ROMA THOMAS. Asides Cashior1 &;&. \ d
t :, klis 1hme fFtt T itdr re' f. .>,.", '' ., .?.N, .practical"value, at/,our''--wNterrlfront, .. .4 y"r:>>, itr,1Y1r' \it'r1#": ,'r,\f'qIf..t.II"' "' .R 7r
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PACE, ,. H' ;1. fHE' KISSIMMEE, VALLE\Y GAZETTE. t FRIDAY, FEBRUARY f, H14. \ ;

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,*' ',:*J''* >The. Kissimmee Valley' i OAZICTTBI' Gazette BtJI1DINO: Municipal Regulation of Milk:Supply y yr' 'BOrf TAYLOR'S HEAVEN" DREul'.OF'' to complaints that secure its subordinate congresional-the postal must action clerks not;may on combine1, their"not* f ,

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.{n KI88IMMEE. vCEO"A COUNTY FLORJIJA. Editor Volusla County Record: combine nor agree to concerted action' "+
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II r. w. B. HARRIS' ': _,I. ;-: '. Owner;; ; '' '--.u I enclose you clipping: from the on any matter affecting their>official
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Milk (a'a.well-nigh' universal food. market and it is CoV.j they promise each
/ .. Editor and Manager. iincreasing i in ington. Tennessee, Leader conduct nor may
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SUBSCRIPTION RATE8a; One coPJO. on. Year --r------ _.,_._."OI/0 time it' reaches the consumer. For market milk was pasteurized. The Bob Taylor was fleeted to, congress1fronr : the government. Either the. federal
Oa __________ .if On. copy. three month.. >
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copy xmonths hlre o the. regulation !by cities same_ change ,may ,%.remarked' in the.. FirstUJistrict" of 1el.'ne\lsee'1: \ I govetnmenthae .deprived its employesof '
rA t eommunleatton..xCept ; m"r- ;'uthor..4 correspondents; 'mi.t'ba' of r the production, transportation, "smaller cities. Instances picked at ;I which: was strong Republican at 28 ,, right they should, retain.of it is'

et.n"d' th. writer. handling' and distribution. of milkis random- are Springfield Mass with of three times Gover and is-within its powers No
R'J.cted matufwin not b. 1'.turlle4 '1Inl... caned for L rears age; -was justified
_"t.r at.tb6'"Poatftlc-1D;; Kissimmee- -.-Florida,-a 'second-etasU- ---mall; ;;;;u; coming to be regarded as a most Impotient +"no pasteurized milk in 1902 but with I labor union can so enforce its rules

.....-::: .._ -- -- - -.- --- ,.. municipal duty. In, a recent '20 per cent pasteurized in 1912; Lansing serv-ing i j as tp delay or, embarass the transitof

r FRIDAY, JANUARY 6. 1914. issue of The Journal of the :American Mich., with "a very,, small I He was the greatest entertainer. mails-the army may be called out

Medical Asaoclstlon.Prof, E. O. Jordan amount" 1902 and one-third in 1912; ,this day and time. People from all to put down a strike which seeks to

FROM OSCEOLA. of 'the University, of Chicago re- Aurora, Ill, with 10 per cent In 1902 !; over 'Tennessee attended his funeral )I impose a recognition of its term.'on .. f

, FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN THE LEGISLATURE ports the results of the study of milk and 86 per cent in 1912. Whether or In Nashville, where he had received a railroad to the detriment of a contract

c COUNTY. I I regulation in 173 of the 229 cities" in not one believes' this to be a changefor j so many honors at their hands. From I made with the government. f"

f f' the United States of 25,000 popula- I the better the actual" conditions '! his friend and admirer, If the national government has t

To the Democratic Voters of Osceola County : i: Lion or over. This study shows that should be recognized and ampler provision I J. E. ALEXANDER. such powers, then any combinationamong I

of Osceola the requirement of a permit or license made for supervising the process stale officials engaging .;;support
the
County
let I hereby announce myself at a candidate to represent "What heaven is I know not butI
,1 I Ifs praclicaly universal in all cities of I of pasteurization. At present I ; or mutual protection against the enforcement -
l in the Lower Home of the Florida Legislature, subject to the will of the Democratic over 50,000 inhabitants. This is the many municipalities possess no regulations I long have dreamed of its purple hills of state law is also illegal '

f 1 votera at the Primary to be held in June. 1914. 'first step toward proper control. governing this important mat- and. its fields of light blossoming with i and may be1 punished-a combinationof

: Ai to what my attitude will be if elected. I can only ay that I will pursue I When the New York City Board of ter.Of I immortal beauty; of its brooks ofj I assessors or sheriffs for such purposes '

? the at Tallahassee that I have pursued since Health adopted an ordinance requiring 172 health officers from whom laughter, and its rivers of song and | should immediately engage the
ib representative
tame course at your
al 1 dealing in milk to replies have been receiver 80 its palace of eternal love. I long have I of the executive
: for the best interest persona or attention department
than six that of working
t residence here of more
years-- reamed that bird which '
my secure a permit, the right was contested I nearly one-half, regard their present every sings and the governor who ignores this
t I of all the people. I desire to say that I am not the candidate of( any click or I and carried to the Supreme local regulations for the control of its life here, may sing forever there j duty is at fault. Let it not be said

,)!' combination of men. and if elected will owe allegiance to none except those who I Court of the United States. That I.I.I I.milk-supply! as unsatisfactory. The in the tree of life and every consecrated that the officers of the law band

believe that only such laws should be enacted as will redound to the good, ofall tribunal sustained the ordinance as a I improvements suggested include bet- soul that suffers here may rest themselves together to defeat the

", the people and not for ihe favored few. My attitude on all public question I reasonable exercise of police power. !. ter facilities for maintaining a bac- among its flowers and live and love I |aw.-Times-Union. '
I farm terial standard forever. I long have dreamed of opal
of ,
Dairy inspection some sort more ample provisions
since to live in Osceola county is well known, therefore any discussion
coming is carried the for the enforcement of towers and burnished domes) but what
on by great majorityof existing regu-I I POORIIOURE AT 110
<: 4 along that line at this time is unnecessary. ,I cities. This varies in efficiency I lations, strict application of the tuberculin ,I care I for gates of pearl or streets of I Washington, N. J.-Miss Sarah Rob-

S. J. TRIPLETT. I The of test while in gold, if I can meet the loved ones who
varies ,
e "" ____ -:-- frequency inspection I a good many erts of Ogdenburg, New Jersey's oldest i
... -- --, - -- LE "once in two" and inl'ltances-towna of from have blessed me here, and see the
form a year or 25,000 to I woman, whose age is said to be no
i .1 II <0.Ii 1 .oo + oO> + + oO> + + .ooo + o + I' "when necessary" to regular monthly 50OOO-the desideratum is a proper :.glorified faces of father and mother loss than 110 and possibly 120 years,

0 0 4 O| examinations.. Dairy-farm inspection milk ordinance. Some health officers and the boy brother who died among is to go to the Sussex county poorhouse

4 LETTERS TO THE EDI I OR 4t. 1 ** THE: NEW "DIXIE. 0'1,>j, is more regularly and more effectively suggest compulsory pasteurizationeither the bursting buds of hope, and takein Her/ committment has been ordered -

t., 0 0r 004044004444004444To V, carried out by cities with a population of all milk or of all milk not my arms again my baby, who felt\ by Ogdenburg> authorities, who

o-- --- of than smaller obtained from tuberculin" tested herds. asleep ere her little tongue had learned
over 100,000 by fear she will be killed on the railroad
I the Editor of the Tampa Times:: I One-lHird of the The admirable New York rulesan \ to lisp, "Our Father who art in
: municipalities. City which she
i trucks, to daily to
f COMMENDS VALLEY GAZETTE Tampa, Fla., Jan. 1, 1914 I I I goes
Heaven. What care" I for crown of
cities require that tuberculin beapplied dregulations relating to the sale
> :;\ ON ITS STAND. In your paper of this afternoon I find I I test I '. pick up coal for her srnall home. On I'I '
to herds milk. Bacterial of milk are specifically mentioned in stars and harp of gold, if I can lo\e
| on the editorial page a reference to, furnishing I several occasions she has narrowly es- '
: '' ;, Mr W. B. Harris. Kissimmee Valley i the new words for "Dixie," and also! >'. I standards for raw milk have some cases as the goal to be reached. |land laugh and sing with thorn forever taped loath) under locomotives. f 1.I

Gazette, I containing the expression of a wish been established by the large majorityof I The municipal regulation of milk-I I in the smilf-) of my Savior and my Aged residents of Ogdenburg declared -
Kissimmee, Fla.: I that you might get them. |' God."
i supply in the United Stales ..
with at
cities
} ,. t over 100,000 population. < present they can only remember "Aunt Sal- i.
Dear Sir-I am enclosing pcmtal I I I take gteat pleasure in enclosing)
note for $1.50 per your letter ot January ', the beautiful words in the patriotic The cities with 25,000 to 50,000 pop- seems to lack little in the way of THE OFFICIAL REBELLION I 1\ Roberts as an old woman. Sheenjojs t

1, '" , 24, 1914. dress as used by the Dickison Chapter I I ulation are much more generally without II I legal authorization or of support by remarkable health. She is '

., I desire to commend your stand U. D, C., at the annual oe'cbra' bacterial standard, largely, doubtless enlightened public opinion.. Dairy in- The Florida tax commission charges, short and stout, and her eyesight and I
relative to mail order boutes Some tion of the birtl.day of our beloved grading in effect, that certain tax assessors -
: because of the lack of suitable seem to have been "
.ti months ago an article appeared in chieftain, Jefferson Davis, at /-'ala.. I refuse to obey the law-that some of hearing me unimpaired. Religious ,,
and
1 i your paper relative to establishing 1 also send un extract from the laboratory facilities for enforcing \, proper grading seem to have been them soiietit"of the community recently
have combined to support an I II II
\ "Guava" day in Florida. Thin appeared eulogy on Robert E. Lee by Senator 'I such a requirement i I carried farther in this country than I have contributed to her support and
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o' i to me an excellent idea, and i Benjamin Harvey Hill, of Georgia. The process of pasteurization is |,! inywhere else. Perhaps the pointsin I effort to deny the authority. h'd inloffieials'at residents clubbed together one Christmas h
if followed out, no doubt would work Sincerely the state capitol, and that i
L most immediate need of
i much more expensively employed in j j improvement several
and built her
a material benefit visitors there partaking MISS ROWENA GRIFFIN, such effort is now being made to neu- i, years ago '
f of the products made from i some cities than in others. In some are ((1) the definition and proper little home ''iJi'iJia
Teacher Buffalo Ave Grammar I I tralize or annul a state provision regulating I
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"Hhe "guava" would naturally make o fthe larger cities as much as 70 or control of the proces sof pasteunza- I "Aunt Sally" expresses the hope
School Fla. I|
the
of
t inquiry when they returned home of The words as enclosed Tampa by Miss ''IW per cent of the whole supply is 'ion, and ((2)) the adoption and enforcement assessment taxes in J that she may live to reach the centuryand
( r I, i their for the jell, thus creating of certain counties. We respectfully
r + } grocers Griffin follow. We think that there I pasteurized About :30 per cent of I suitable milk-supply regula- a quarter mark. She recalls .
would be of '
demand which submit that the whetherthe
} ; a question as to
t will be no difference of opinion that the cities with over 100,000 population I tions in cities with less than 50,000
the of the
rv f much benefit to Florida. Your Statehas beautiful and ; law shall be enforced devolves vividly events war of 1812,
they are appropriate .
;t I secur.J, thank. to aome of the ''have half or more of their supply population.AN and declares she remembers seeing
i to be adopted as the words of the upon the governor; the tax commission -
land agents there, an awful set-back, favorite Southern The Times |pasteurized Gen George Washington ride by her ,
I song. needs only to make complaintthat
and much effort will be to
c .' j, overcome this feeling. 1 necessary would suggest heartily thanks the lady for sending I A comparison of the milk supply IRISHMAN'S WAY resilience is being made when home when she was a child. If the r i

4-t, you start agitation for the development them to us. Dixie. I'conditions in 1912 with those j of prevailing OF PUTTING IT. the executive department will face latter is true, her claim that she in '.

of a movement such as I ten years previously is facilitated I now nearly 120' would be substanti I''
3v Oh, Dixie's land i is the land of glory, the duty of enforcing the law aftersecuring
I i', that exists state in Nebraska a large, there order exists called" in The land of cherished song and story, )I by a study made in 1912 by Al- The following is a true copy of a'!' a decision as to what is I the ali.-I'hiladelphia Inquirer.Mrs .

". !" ; "Ak-sar-ben very Nebraska spelled Look away, look away, look away, vord and Pearson of the United States letter receded in Boston from across I law. It may be the rebellious tax
Dixie Land "
backwards for the of developing Department of Agriculture. Briefly the water; within W Yorke who
purpose 'Tis the lnd that patriots love; *x> I assessors are the law--let the Sophronia ;.t,
'I i and selling home-grown and !I dwell in; I! stated, some of the principal changesin To michael Ulaney, No. Broad j attorney general speak or let the (, .died recently in Exeter, N. H., aged
;r home-made product, in other "words, I The land cur fathers fought and fell' ten years appear to be: Street United States of America. he taken to the courts. !94 years' was one of the few 'real"daughters if
aM'/ .
.
your at home, buy /
"spend! of the American Revolu-
money
; ', ., only of things produced in your own Look in. look look | An increase in the retail price of I State of Massachusetts in Boston. I The federal government lion ,,
,; .t State providing the article is made away, away, away, milk has occurred" in all parts of the Tipperary, Ireland, March 27. .
Dixie Land!
t 1; or grown there, you wish to buy. | United States and averages 2 to 3 I My Dear Nephew.; I have not I _ _ JJ"
,f The order is a great power there, heard of
Chorus. 'cents a quart. anything ye sens the last
i t, financially and socially. Should you I .
f ,,e wish to become more familiar with I am glad to live in Daxie, 1 t An extensive development in meth- time I wrote ye. I have moved from ,

t t s 'the project" you might interview my Hurrah, hurrah! ods of supervision and an increase" the place where I now live for I

brother G.. II, Baker formerly a business In Dixie'l.land I take my stand in the amount expended for supervision should have written to ye before. I New Spring Shoes
To live and die in Dixie)
man In Omaha who now lives .
Jn Kissimmee Park. Some time during Away, away away down South in have taken place The city of did not know where a letter might i .

first reek of February there will Dixie! Denver spent $1,200 for all supervision find ye fust but I now take my .pen

,,J 'be 'visiting'' my brother a wholesale Away. away, away down South in in 1912, $5,000 for farm inspec- in hand to drop you a few lines to a

i merchant from Detroit, Mich., who 'Dixie! I I ,tion in 1912. Ten years ago the city inform you of the death of your own
'formerly also, was a prominentwholesaler I
'f i In Omaha, the two may 0, Dixie's land is the land of flowers, i'oj St. Louis spent $1,850 for the supervision living uncle, Kilpatrick. lie died "

be, able to outline matter for you. I Of Sunny skies and shady bowers, i of its milk-supply, in 1912, very suddenly after a long illness of Our line of Burl and Packard i
Nl'y ; Yours truly \ Look away, look away, look away, I' $5,650 was spent for farm inspectoin six months. Poor man, he suffereda
'y A. D. BAKER. Dixie Land alone. great deal He lay a tong time in
ej \ Where the long moss to the oak i is Chicago expended about $10- Korrect Shape Shoes for Men'has
.i | convulsions
r perfectly quiet and
OPPOSED TO CACHES DOMINAT clinging, '(000) for the whole supervision of its
ING MAN And the mocking bird i is nightly milk supply in 1912 and about $25,000on speecdless, all the time talking incoherently -

Ruskin, Fla., Jan. 26, 1914. singing, farm inspection alone in 1912. New and enquiring for water. I arrived and we are show- 1

Editor Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Look away look away, look away, York made 41,292 farm inspectionsin am very much at loss to tell you "i

$ ". .1 '\- Kissimmee Pear Sir Fla.Sometime: ago, I saw I Dixie Land 1912 at a cost of $76,080. The what his death was occasioned; at, ing the new styles in Patent, r
but
Times Chorus. same change has occurred in the doctor thinks It was occa-
ilk In the Tampa Weekly a reprint some
j ,' from your paper, being a long The blue and gray went out to battle, cities of 25,000 to 50,000 population. sioned by his last sickness, for he Gun Metal, Tan and Vici Kid.

.'' (:article regarding the new drainage And loud they made wars thunder lIaverhill, Mass., '(population 44,000)) was not well ten days during his
r > law, and giving your reasons for opposing rattle; Confinement. He was 25 old I
which years
it. Your article drew Suite a Look away, look away, look away, expended $150 for supervisee
tf+ :"Beat of attention here at Ruskin be- Dixie Land! of the milk-supply in 1902 had increased last March, lacking 15 months and if They are dressy, comfortable ;

Y '4cause/ the "owners of the majority of Our cause we lost but won a glory the amount to $1,600-$1,700 in he lived till this time he would have '

,u' I,acres" here wish and are trying to Which still shall last, when time is 1912. Little Rock, Ark., which reported been dead six months just. and durable. -t;
1 establish a drainage district here. PATRICK O'BRANIGAN.N. .
v, \. Like you, wk _nd there are many Look away look away, look away, no milk} ordinance and no supervision 1
F ,! in 'Xuaidn-do really want to see the Dixie Land! i over its milk-supply in 1902 B.-take notice. I enclose you a 4

&** country drained, and realize that until Still Dixie's land is the land of freemen wall spending $3,750 for farm inspection tin pound note which your father 'I,

it Is, we cannot" do much" but in 1912. Together with this increase sends to ye unknown to me your
I: badly; as we want the ditches, wedon't Of soldiers brave, and gallant sea-
in the amount expended for mother often speaks of she would like
the
.l feel disposed to grant privilege men, "
r \ for "acres' 'to vote, and have the Look away, look away, look away, supervision has gone a change in the to send ye the Brindle Cow, and I Dutton-Harris
't : :absolute power) to say just how much Dixie Land character of the supervision, which canon would enclose her till ye but for the \ Co.

the individuals. will be compelled!\ to The land where rules the Anglo- the whole be regarded as advan- horns. I would beg of ye not to break
I Saxon S
,
Pain The land of Davis tageous from the public health stand- the seal of this letter until two or
article
r4 your you questioned the Lee and Jackson, Foot Fitters
? constitutionality of the law on several Look away, look away, look away, point. It can no longer be said, as three days after you read it for which I

4 : o r!', points, to which I agree, and Dixie Land! it was said in 1902, that "most of the time ye'll be better prepared for the 1

t 0' wish to ask if there is any movement inspection" work consists )in testing /sorrowful news.-Exchange. '
.q4 ', 09 foot to test the law in the courts And Dixie's !land' is the land of cotton of milk .
samples to ascertain if they --- -
..on. those points. If so, some of us Whose ancient sway is not forgotten.
_//at, Ruskin might help a little. Look away, look away, look away, contain as much fat and other solidsas HIS SWING SONG
1; j Also Mr. Editor would it not be I Dixie Land! required by the standard." Thereis w w

); possible to figure out a law, whereby' From his snow white throne our king no doubt that at present much more Oh, de water wagon am a rickety
Could the land drained, on I
1 t we get a advances
attention is paid to matters of real thing.An' ,
fair equitable 'tiasis without a small 1 I
1,: ] To break the world's commercial isv
army of 5-a-day officials and where lances. samta/y significance, such as the it's all dat a feller kin do to clingTo tsar D
-.
.,' c.people rather than acres will count? I Look away, look away, look away, health of the cows, the; conditions de hindmost end, but he ought to FOR
'Trusting you can spare time to I Dixie Land der which milk is collected and un-I' sing "
t answer this'for the benefit of quite a -
I in Ruskin I I j ported: and the health of persons "Des swing on, brudder, swing on." dtu .
number And
of. people re Dixie's sons will stand together, "
main Yours respectfully, In sunshine and in handling the milk, than was the case
u stormy weather. Dar's lots ob stones in de rough olE owsTA1A
G. W. BROOKS. Look away, look away, look away, ten years ago. It is encouraging to road "ff.R'tl
f f! 'i' Dixie Land! j I note als othat the practice of adul- .
:,; .$IISf OF ALL WEEKLY PAPERS. Though lightnings flash and moun- teration and the addition of An' de wagon mus' kery a awful, load
it- t I tains sever, preserv- An' you'll git more jolts den you eber
: iKissimmee Valley Gazette, Count on the Solid South forever! atives do not seem at present to be as no-wed., VEAL

r v .: Kissimnaee, Fla.: I Look away, look away, look away, widespread as formerly. But swing Section A. Loin, the finest cut for roasts and chops.
brudder swing
on, on. ..
iP 'f Gentlemen-Enclosed please find Dixie Land! A particularly noteworthy. change B. Fillet, for roasts and cutlets: \

a. ;. ,$1; bill, for which please continue mysubscription that has occurred in the past ten Sometimes it's des a plain ox cart, .. C. Rump-end for roasts and cutlets
I like it
'k l 'very> m o*f and to I think TOU publish COLD WAVE COMING. years has been the growth of the Den a automobile in which dey start I ",. D. Knuckle, for stews soups and mincemeats

,the best weekly paper I get from process of pasteurization.: In New But rich or pore swears in dey heart .. E. Neck, for stock. stews and hashes

tic, any'eoaree. f Advices received at the postoffice York City it could be said ten yean Dey'll swing on, brudder swing on. F. Breast, for roasting and chops.

'", Very truly, ;your)'fnend, from the weather bureau this morning ago that "perhaps 5 per cent of the TimesUnion.Miss G. Bldae-bone for pot roasts and stews. .

i. f' .D. F. KAGETT. state that a cold wave is headed total milk-supply is pasteurized" .. H. Fore-knuckle, used for soups adn potpies.I. .

'Q: 11lothat', +Iielen little' girls must this way and that it will be much while it was true in 1912 that 40 percent Alice Schille, of Columbus .. Used for roasts Section J same, as D.
colder tomorrow (Saturday), with of the supply was pasteurized 0., was one of the first artists awarded
all the time ..., the toMa..Helen .
not talk $600 prizes at the Chfcago" exhibi- Veal fee Rousts, for Chops or Stew-We have the diekest.. far
/! -When wiJ) 'I, be old enoogh probably freezing weather Sunday Jn Boston the report in 1902 was that yea
tion of Western arti.....The other
ffll'io*,T',mother. T-' Ix>ndon Opinion. morning. .. "very little pasteurized milk is on the I four were"D18II. BULL BASS MARKET Phone 189 304, Broadway, ;
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FRIPAY, FEBRUARY .f, ,1914'' Il'i( 'THE 7", KISSIMIIEE : '1\\ It. ,
:, ..VALLEY 6AZ.rrl'l:
''P.A4R.iY
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i' .
rats KISS1HMEE vALLY GAZETTE\ "We ,. ,- .
have' moved. W* have moved S, B. liftman:shipped a carload ofcelery A ,t'ooMn'Y'; and I'MsRbae : X painful accident occurred
Telephone NO 11. from No. 10. Posseil avenue'to 802 dag'gMart. s I v Thursday h.'e.er.aw'an4h.thinks'thi, poMi,
Broadway Wednesday',that: :wa* about. as and<)Iti.s Marie, Miss Kathleen, when little John Bruton, the, siblHtiuhen, an' unbounded i'rvs.
Telephone 189. Rull Bass .
Market 'fine as ever left Florida and will,net: Peacock and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. 4-year-old son ,of Mr. and Mrs.: AVU1 I will but -develop our, natural advanUK -"
., r him a bunch .f money biff enough to Woodbeck motored over to St. Cloud Brutonof North Kissimmee. fell n I **. He think the lake front i

v Published! Every Friday By The latest styles In. Oxfords for choke a horse. ,. Monday night and attended a weiner, the' siJewalk. one of his playmatefalling *, on* 'of 'Kisaimmee' greatest a...;...*.' ,

o W. tt. HAKK1S.' men and women. See them .. :Mrs.' Frank. Bass accompanied her roast on. the. shores of east Tohopekalig on, top_of him and breaking and that: when it I I. properly improv l
-
buying elsewhere. Lawson/ *. hi thigh. The little sufferer Iareat.inC ed sod
beautified
\ 1; T.. H. husband to .Jacksonville last Sunday tourist and sport**
=- 7.1L. I I a* easily a* can be expected. Mrs.Go men will flock
in
'
night for a' few ,day1 hen n
Mr. i Increasing'r
atay. \: All the'orange.., grapefruit, beef, tt wall if. of Mulberry, grandmother number "
'0. II, George 'the. Bass is engaged In some contracting bread pickles and coffeeyou' 'can i: .
professional I of the boy, has come,to stay wit"jhlm. '
Weather ReportFollowingsr.thedsfy golfer,' returned Thursday from Or- work I'D that city. bold,- and delightful boat. rioWnoftwelve j .-- It: J. with great 'pleasure', that .w.

lando, where he has been playing golf Orlando visitors to Kissimmee miles each way 101' only! 1.00, announce the broadened opportunity"
for a week. this week evenWalter Drennan and the money goes to help all'worthy i 4 Up to date, the'only entries of live e for Chautauqua Assembly of Xlssim*
D. Wallace and wife F. cause. Next :Tuesday. is the day.,I stock from this MidWinter nee b7'the granting of an excursion
1 : temperatures Mrs. J.. M. Wfllson attended the B. Duncan W K. Shute.Winston Claud Cor.W. Don't miss it. j Fair"re-an Aberdeen Angus rate and a- special train to, return to
and precipitation a* State convention of th ? Daughters of dan and wife., bull 'and heifer by,the Carson ,Cattle St."Cloud after the evening program
.. reported by the Government the American Revolution in Orlando Mrs. Eliza L. Chapman of Loughman Co.; six Shetland ponies by; C. ,,E.i on certain specified ,.evenings the t
this week.J. :Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hosbeln who was a visitor in the city Thursi Swope, and one sucking colt: by D. G. Chautauqua week February 22.28, '
station at Kissimmee '* !
r for the have had room at Mrs. day. .Mrs, Chapman is the mother McKay;, 'While this does not make 'Inclusive These date will he announced .' {
week ending Feb. 5th, ..1914.Max. who A.has Cranford, of Jacksonville residence in North HOWellBa.s'j of Horatio Chapman,, former owner 4 very large showing by our county, laterheir
considerable Interests in of the Tropical Hotel which was sit 1
I some time left Monday still others are expected to come In by
4 .
Win Rain this
hour.section Tuesday was here for a few home In Michigan.Mr. us ted on the spot: where the Gray-, 1 Tuesday next, as the list: closes on Seaman and ,W.i A. McCool; ;,
; Saturday ___h 82 65 h_ night. stone now stand j that day. Jr. have just finished and launch.da

Sunday _ 74 61 .43 Judge of and Mrs. Burke G. Methvlnt of E. of new gasoline boat which ,will bused
h h Thornton K. the
Maysville who Hantlcy, Sanborn May
d ______ 71 has been Kissimmee, are spending the .week i A jolly party composed .of W. A. by the McCoola as a pleasure) ,
49 here New has
Monday __ staying for some Company York who beenhere '
weeks here as the guests' of Mr. Methvin's McCool Sr., J. jj. Tucker, Sam boat. The ,craft Is therty-fie'feet +
Tuesday _.._.. 76 66 ___ down ,the started East Tuesday for a trip parents Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Meth- since December 8th, making a Hanna W. A. McCool Jr., Mr. CarleyI I II lone and ten feet beam. The'engine
p w Wednesday ... 79 69 h_ Coast vin.-Plant City Courier. complete map of the city in the interest I 1 Lew Seaman left yesterday in la a 22'horsepower. Fairbanks
B of fire insurance companies, Mr. McCool's new boat "Me for Morst.- It.has: a cabin I with
Thursday __ 79 66 .A. McAdoo and family will sleeping
I h oo i leave J. F. Willson. who has been with has finished his work and Jeft Thurs a ten day's trip hunting1,and fishing accommodations for six
on the 16th for Beuchtel people, aanu '
_______ Colo. '
i. Friday 80 65 day night for Miami. '
I h where they will spend the : Ross Graves for the past five month, down the Kissimmee river, They tar' closets and kitchen ,with full j ,

00000..0.0..00. .. returning here in the fall. summer has resigned and accepted a position Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Davis of Nash have everything necessary on boardto equipment. Th. boat is one .f', the
as traveling representative of a New ville. Tenn., left Thursday morning insure a pleasant and successful most complete In all its appoint .

,'ro 1 We! are. pleased to record that Mrs. York auto supply house.. for Miami after spending a week at outing, and we' look for some wonderful menu on the lake and,will be a val. t
IIISIIIIISpIIIISIpIuii, L.. v. Bearden who has been on J. G. Kirkland, district the Graystone. Mr. Davis is a fish stories when they get uable addition to the local fleet.At ,

: THE LOCAL HELD i able crutches to walk for without many months them. is now agent at of Tampa the A., was Cj L.in, with the city headquarters passenger for a- notions wholesale and dealer la an in uncle dry of goods Mrs. and W. back.One of the leasantest 4 excursionsof morning the Methodist the 'pastor Church next Sunday :

of a, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jones and Mr. few hours Tuesday, and was a most B. Witherspoon. They; made. some the year left the city Thursday on "The Uplift of willlreaCh'' ,
4 md Mrs. Allen motored down from pleasaaJ*caller at this office. wram friends while here and seemed morning on the steamer Lilly with evening hour Dr. J. Sibert will preach. ,Y

;!. 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 in Orlando Monday and spent a few delighted with Kissimmee. Capt. Clay Johnson In charge. Fully The Dr. was, pastor here last year,
4 .. I hours looking over our city. Rev.: A. M. Chrisholm will preach On Sunday Sheriff' Ingram arrested one hundred and fifty people availed and labored most diligently with the
I Sunday morning ,t the Christian a named Charlie Faron themselves of the outing. The land- congregation in the erection of this
negro lIearCampbell's
Fred in
Bass
was town Tuesday. Miss Odell Whitsett, of Kansas, Church on "The MisunderstoodChrist Station and search- 'ing was made more than half way beautiful building but was made

1 Quinn Bass ,of Whittier, was in who has been visiting Mrs. Gay Liv- ," He will 'preach Sunday ing him found him in possession upon of down the lake, where a basket picnicwai. presiding elder of Jjils, district before
'' town Thursday. ingston for some weeks spent last night on "The Heart II Leading." forty-eight half-pint bottles of whis enjoyed. Those who went re- the new church wa sopened. Sunday '
) week with the Misses Lee. Mrs. key. lie was brought to Kissimmer port a most delightful time, with evening will be the first opportunity
T. M.
1 A. Ray Daniels, of Miami visited Murphy Kissimmee; many good things ,to eat and an excellent the Dr. has had to In the
Robert M. and lodged in jail awaiting his trial worship ),
Wigton, of Detroit Mrs. E. E. Adams, Maitland, and Mrs.
:1'i I and congenial crowd. new building and it is
the city Thursday. Mich., and A. Rex Daniels, of Or"l James A. Craig of Jacksonville, are fur illegally having In his possession hoped a large

; Mrs. J. W. Clark, of St. Cloud, was lando, are in the city helping J. guests at the San Juan today.-Orlando whiskey for sale. Kissimmee visitors to Orlando this congregation will greet him.

: I a Sunday visit r.'I' Prentis with his piano sale. Reporter-Star, February 3. Mrs. C. H. Allen one .of Kissim- week were: C. W. Ward, Sam Rags- Chautauqua Assembly will be held
Mrs. C. A. Jr. in First Methodist Church. The __
,Idale Carson JudgeG.
See our Men's Suits. Just come I Rep Floyd, the hustling grocer, C. H. Armstrong, engineer of con- mee's Allen matrons and her chaperoned Miss Miss Wi- F. Parker. Mrs. J. M. Wilson Jr., work of uplift that Is the foundation ) *(}
who nona guest Ethel ,
'I' in. T. H. Lawson. 7-lt bought out the W. B.Makinson struction of the new railroad from of Miss Mary Carson Mr. Ed Duzen- of the Chautauqua movement while
grocery moved into his new Whittier to Bassenger, came into Kessinger, Washington on a visit
I.. W. Pillov ters on Broadwav.. MnnHav., quar- ..._ ........_ ... .. ....______ __. __ to Tamoa yesterday. The oartv. ar- berry. Miss Marie Huddles ton, non-sectarian and interdenominational e" '
Mm Rn..nt. .KVi/lox nn.l.. --. Everett Roberts Dr. J. W. is so well founded right
--J -' : Simpson, upon
.f ; rived l late
; favorable afternoon
Monday arid
# 'T'ampr.n.; I ported progression of the ?
in a i
Saturday Mrs. B. B. principles that it can well
Mrs.
'I Mrs. J. P. Fox, of Tampa, and Mrs. work. spent yesterday in the city. They Simpson W. B. present every ,
p W. II. Brokaw, with Griffing Broth .Ball of Raleigh, N. C., are spending were guests of the DeSoto.TampaTribune Crawford, Miss Gladys Crawford, Mr. in feature ol- its splendid program J
,. ers, the tree people. 40-tf, I a few days here, the guests of Mr. Mr. Gottleib Mentz, who moved to Wednesday.Mr. and Mrs. Mildred !! Misses the church and be a credit to the
; and Mrs. H. Clay Stanford. this city recently and opened a paint Vivian and Lee. ?ties 'Odell same. Through the kindness of it* ..

If you want bargains in pants, see shop, desires our people to know that and Mrs. S. H. DeGroot, of Whitsett; Carson Farmer and Graham people the First Methodist Church
N our's. T. H., .Lawson. 7-lt C. W. Ward, Wayne Ward and he has come to stay, and not only desires Youngstown 0., who are numbered Fling.M. has granted the use of its splendid
wife and Miss Mildred Turville form- their patronage, but their among our regular winter visitors auditorium for the Chautauqua Assembly ,
'a W. W. Bonney, of Orange Center, ed a pleasant motoring party, who friendship.The arrived in the city Sunday to apendthe D. Wilson is in receipt of a let- and we hope its seating ca pa. I
,
t' was in town last week. spent the day in Orlando ter from Mi mother at Rinesvilla. Va.. city wll ho I *.,, IA <.i... .,*......,..iMr. ,
Wednesday. I remainder or the season. Mr. Le-) '" -- - -- ---
I from the boat saying that oil had been found on +
proceeds excursion Groot is an enthusiastic .. Chl'f'
f' G. F. Parker business The sale of sportsman, their there Mary Foster Bryner of #,
was a visitor pianos at 107 Broadway and barbecue next Tuesday and will put in his time the property : the first well national
to Orlando on Wednesday. is a grand success. The prices are wm|] be donated to the building fund : splendid hunting and fishing envying) which that had been located in that region cago superintendent of the 1,
truly bargains and all instrumentsare of the new Methodist Church. Let'sall I this section affords.C. and that the well was a guiher. More elementary department of the International
: \ Jl
i Mrs. J. T. Miller, of Haines City brand new and guaranteed. go and have a good time and help than likely Mr. Wilson will be able Sunday School Association ......
'J visited the city Thursday. 7-lt swell the fund. Bucker Adams, manager of the to write his mother a similar story spent in Thursday Kissimmee afternoon and evening .
Kissimmee Chautauqua, to be held about Kissimmee, as drillers are now' holding an !institute -
; J. A. Crawford, of Jacksonville.
Do not fail to call and inspect the Mrs. M. Tiller received a telegram February 22-28, has been in the city at work on a well on the east shoreof at the Presbyterian Church. .1
of
y'spent part the week here. These
stock of pianos and players at Pren- Wednesday morning conveying the this week completing arrangement the lake with every indication of meetings were well attended I
':+"', L. P. Hutton the Club House ar tis' Music Store. Bargain prices sad intelligence that her sisterinlaw for the assembly. Mr. Adams is striking oil at a depth of from 3,600to by the of foremost Sunday School work 'i' F

;. chitect spent Thursday; forenoon in this week and until Wednesday next. Mrs. Alexander had died at her highly pleased with the outlook, and 6.000 feet.A. at erg the the Methodist city. The prayer and meeting ti

'1',' town. 7-lt. home in Chattanooga Tenn., Tues thinks the prospects are very brightfor Christian A
day night at 7 o'clock. attendance and D. Gifford, of Mohawk. Herki- Churches were suspended the pastors -,: r
large
a a most
The Great Piano Sale at Prentis' J. .A. Cranford, of Jacksonville, one I v mer county, New York has arrivedin and workers attending this In. '
successful week of entertainment.Our .
f now on. Genuine bargains in new of the directors of the Kls.irr.ee For rent, suite of six rooms and the city, and will remain until late stitute. Mrs. Bryner roved herself) fi'.

d goods. 7-lt Lumber Company, was here Tuesday bath over 'Dann & Dann Grocery j I Northern visitors will miss a spring the guest' of his friend, M. D. a most entertaining and instructive (C i
I 'j, I night attending a meeting of the store. All outside rooms, newly cal. .rare treat if they fail to attend the Casler, corner Beaumont avenue and speaker with charming manners. A.
Attend the barbecue at Southportnext board.In somined. Splendid location for barbecue, at Southport next Tues- Oak street. Mr. Gifford was here unanimous vote of commendation and ?
1
.:; Tuenday. Boat leaves at 8 all of Florida boarding or rooming house. Apply !I I day. The boat ride will be well last season, and did not intend returning thanks was extended her at the close) "
'" a. m. ive outing could be no offered more than attract-the to H. M. Breaker & Co. 4-t i! worth the price of the trip, and in to Kissimmee for some years of the meeting. A resolution wa

,., ,: ?*" excursion and barbecue II i addition they will have the pleasureof but when the snow began to fly and adopted appointing W. H. Jones, A. I
at
J A. Blackwell and family of Southportnext M. D. Wilson S. Nelson, J. L.
Special Deputy arrested plucking oranges and grapefruit hte thermometer to hunt the zero Overstreet C. E.
1,. Ashton, were visitors to Kissimmee a. Tuesday. Boat leaves at 8 ; a negro woman Sunday, taking -| from the trees, and enjoying a splendid mark he began thinking of green Yowell and Rev. W.. H. Ball a corn.y

:;, on Tuesday. m.Mr. her from the train. She carried 'l barbecue dinner in the beautiful I vegetables and yellow fruit with the mittee and requesting them to provide

H. E. Swabey attended the fu- Noble and wife, son and three two suit cases filled with whiskey, ,, Southport hammock. Boat leaves at result that he is with us, and is liable fora precinct Sunday School i
j., neral of L. G. Starbuck at Orlando, daughters, who have been staying there beina", nearly fifty bottles in 8 a. m.Miss. I to remain for all time. convention during the present
Mate
Wednesday. with H. N. Bratton for month her possession. She is in jail here. 'I I ter, and to get in touch with the
a
wentto '
Fort Myers and Estero Mattie Bandy left Sunday Season reserved seat tickets for officers and secure the organizationof

.r44; H. H. Cleaver, of Perry, Mass., morning.G. Monday Mr. M. M. Crown, the popular and for Orlando,, where she spent the day the Chautauqua Assembly for February Osceola county for the International '
spent a few days here the guest of efficient assistant superintendent of with relatives and friends continu- 22 to 23 inclusive will be in Association. li
A. S. Nelson. B. Poe, of the Manhattan Hotel, the A. C. L. railroad with headquarters ing her journey on Monday to Chicago the hands of the- Misses Lee and can .
''II. under"the care of Dr. J. M. Hicks. at Sanford, has been promotedto where she will spend several be secured from them. It I I. the NOTICE.: : +.
f' A E. Drought, of Hammock Grove Is suffering from gall stones and be superintendent of terminals' at weeks famaliriEing herself with the part of wisdom and economy to buy p --k' '111'r, /! .
and St: Cloud, spent Thursday afternoon was very! ill yesterday, but is now Jacksonville. His successor "office' latest styles in millinery and pur one of these, reserved seat season the dates named for the purpose\,of '" .
.\$ in town.Beachman . I Ii improving. is T. W. Hansell. The friends of Mr. chasing her spring stock. During ticket and' enjoy* every session forth To the Property'' ,Owner. of OsceolajF. '+
Crown and the railroad here Miss absence her sister Mrs. week. ''Madam Mountford's dra-
people II Bandy's Countys. .. 11//>.*_; .tM. '
\ Steffee, member of the Persons Bros. ,of Moultrie, Ga., will be sorry to lose him, but wish Hale of Alabama will have chargeof matic descriptions of the legendary I will be at the following s place on '"' .
"+ ;: Philippine Constabulary, left Thursday have rented the Woodbeck store him the greatest success in his new her millinery business. history of Palestine i* well worth the the date named for the purpose' "
l ; for Manilla. building on Stewart avenue, and will : position. i price of each ticket and you would be receiving tax returns:
11 The business session move in a stock of dry goods as soon M. Tiller received a telegram Tuesday glad to pay it to hear her again after Shingle Creek .
of the first precinct No.2. February --
at the that his sister
Tuesday night Chapter morning stating
as possible. the Assembly is over. The same 21.Campbell.
y quarterly conference will be held House Mrs. L. A. Hamilton president Mrs. Alexander, was dying at her could well be said of many ,other attractions. ,
Monday morning. There are needed 766 oranges, 176 of the Woman's Equal Suffrage | home in Chattanooga Tenn., and left Prove it for yourself 23. precinct No.3. Febru- ,

; J. H. Walker and son, Charles, of to the box, for one exhibit. Now, League, of Toronto Can., spoke onwoman's on the noon train for that city. We ary St. Cloud 4
t'4 Bassenger, were in the city the forepart who is coming forward to help fill, rights. A fair-sized audi- understand that Mr. Tiller's mother, Park H. Thornton a real estate 24.Crab. precinct No.4. February ' v J
4r of the week. this space? Vegetables of the ordi- ence was present, and the address who also lives in Chattanooga is man of Coldwster, Kans., is spendingsome ;.
Grass ;
nary size from onions to sweet and was pleasing to all. The arguments quite seriously ill. These ladies are time in Kissimmee and i t. de- 26.Whittier. precinct No.5, February -. ,

Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Griffin, Irish potatoes should be listed and presented were logical, and much both well known and popular in Kissimmee lighted with our unexcelled climate.Mr. 4yf
Wednesday. February 4th, at 8:30: sent in on the 16th and 19th respec praise was heard concerning the where they have made fre- Thornton says Kissimmee I.i one 28. precinct No. 6, February

3; y.: m., a daughter. tively. speech. I quent visits. ( of the neatest, cleanest little cities Bataenarer., precinct No.. 7.. Marne'' > r t|
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2. ; 'I
>sty

F. Benjamin, superintendent of the Narcoossee, precinct No. 8, Marcbto. J,rt; *
Cloud
;: St. electric light works, was '
f n town Thursday. H
Kissimmee. precinct: No. I, after. *<;.!? r a* l
S. D. Decker St. Cloud's leading March 6. 4ls1 ;'

;oM attorney, was transacting legal bus- W. I. BARBER ,;*a? j,
, !/ "flees here Wednesday. Tax Assessor >, r.rd, i

I;, Buy your pianos at home and help combined my stock of Groceries with that of 7-tf Osceola Coonty.-. .' .J.'I "h.t. ,I ;

IJ f If e \\local\ man. Remember the bargain HAVING a
ADVERTISED
i;' sale at Prentis'. 7-lt LETTERS: .
( ,
R. Blenis Co. I week .. .
which purchased last < : .
F ,
Geo. A. Sharpe, of Jacksonville Remaining .la the PoeUfactf at x.- P
d j spent Tuesday night: in town, they aimmee I
; guest of E. G: ans Agnew. and which building I am now occupying corner Broadwayand Advertised Uacafled Fer. .
l list for the week endins
\,' John L Beaman and wife left this February 25:

d8 week for Estero, Fla., to spend several Dakin' avenue, I am better prepared than ever to meet Adams Arnold Fran Wash.k. Freeman. O.orge. ,
Gilbert
\ weeks visiting relatives. s HI''' .
Bird. W.
M.
tr,; PalllL

Yi State Dr. W.Board Pr of Srigler Health, representing was here the for the demands of the public. It is my intention to carry Bronvon.Bronaon.Bell.. Mile..Mrs.Floyd.. HJII K.n.r.r Ocean' T...Jam.,A.Snyd.r. '.' "ili

t1r a few days on official business. Lucy. therman. W. C

i'f everything in the line as well as all classes of Clark.Ellaa.beth.MM. Mo Mr._ J. r
1 Mrs. W. ;J. Sears is entertaining grocery pro- Chandler, Sam. P.rramore.Nathnaslnar.Ron. '
ij Mrs. Fred Narbell. of Raleigh, N. C., CuBon, Mra. Mar). D. F. y
r.'. anther, sister Mrs. D. H. Young. the Cmbb. Lee.: Z:1'K: .h. Jack.:
duce
feed
and and
, { hay, grain can assure buying public Davl. Mr. Idolla. Wilson R.... J. B. 1 }
f. DavlB. Bnj. WIlliam.. Miss
,
The place of J. E. Edwards at the
:ponaleeoo! I. R. Sad I.
3sceola Pharmacy has been taken by that will leave that is not of the best. The Edward, Mrs. Williams. A. V.
i J. M. Elliot, who hails from Tampa. nothing my store Louie. .

'I' We have moved. We have moved B. B. SIMPSON', 1w
in which I located is the in which I
from No. 10 Posseil avenue to 302 building am now same atlDaater.W 'Y.
1 Broadway. Telephone 189. Rull! Bass _

Market. business and I ask all old friendsto -Good, reliable barber to "-
began some years ago, my work Saturdays. Apply to K. P. ,.
} We have moved. We have moved
Butler, 14 Broadway. '-It ,jo'
F from No. 10 Posseil to 302 ...
avenue ,
Market.Broadway. Telephone 189. Rull Bass again give me a portion of their patronage. My best


We have moved. We have moved efforts will be put forth to please every customer, and my ECGERS6LUESS & RIEDELCOMPETENT *v

from No. 10 Posseil avenue to 302 _, t
.t Ca Broadway. Telephone! 189. Rull Bass CARPENTERSand

,'I Market. line ,is complete in every department.

.; The Civic League will meet in CABINET MAKERS .

regularsession next. Tuesday, February e Firat-Clasa Upholsterer EJaJle! ed. (
10th, at 3 p. m., at the Chapter Respectfully, i
Bougie.I We Are IT la ,Or n-I-... .

I,11 W. A. Smith and J. W. Harris R. FLOYD. WORK WELL' DONE'
4 .. ,
,
president .
and "
) I
manager respectively .
REASONABLE CHARGES
of the Dutton-Harris Co., left Wed :. ' ', "
i.t nesday for a visit to Jacksonville and PHONE Ill. .
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PAGE, :8, :.. THE KISSIMMEE'. VALLEY GAZETTE, J FRl 'AY'EBRUARY' 6, ,ll14v

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yci .0000'. 1 CITATION OlOtDMIMUTHATIOilf.i.V CITATION or,.ADMINISTRATION., I
r TF-ywy.ip. T y y V V w yyTTTT r ir front a* the country' greatest growerof
r : CLASSIFIED'' pecan nut i .- COUNTY ':'fi'" .
; COURT'of ''JU11GE.! ,
ci f tV 4 FLORIDA CHIRS- Florida raises .
Farms a great many sheep i sTATE OF KI.OHinA.Ktmt ,
TIAN ENDEA VOn., I in I her northern counties i '.f J.hm Keki....ertr. ,: 01. IN 'COURT ov THE cotrnrrr JUDga4".;'
ADVERTISING I Florida ships from one county'alone *!.' p., tae -Jatfa: 'e' SaUCOTI STATE OF;FLORIDA. BSTATB' "r 1COtJKT. ',

; o,0. 0_ , I i'in I l the this Court for Letters of
;-At Owners I five Cents, Per.UneA Ruth 'Coffin, State Tenth Florida'a country. I Administration with will annexed on .
_..r who !I.' oranges American the estate of 'John Xoch..nderf<*r do
\' Each! Insertion. i Legion Superintendent; 'spend are the finest on the mar eeaaed'lat of said-Countyof O-o(O\&j j Br tae Judge ef ii C..r4a '
I ing a few months at'the Y. W. .C- A. ket*. The. are.Thererore! To cli. And nJrmonlsh Whereas, II. M. Breaker has applied ., tc
'r' : 11.1and alng-ulur the \clii .r1
I I
f ., f ; : building, Jacksonvillereport the These are, only a few pf.Florida'sproduces. and creditor of said deceased !.,' tie on the estate of La.
( ( Prices FOR'SALE.- cheerful tact of workers Every rear she add something and appear before this Court on or before Homer deceased, late of said County, -if
..., 1, the metropolis new to the list; And every year the f*rd day of February: 'A. I). of Osceola ; ..J
? .... 'f<, :r . proving very kind to her' and she forges .to the front inproductionof In4-, and Ale obfrctlon, it any rear Those Th..refore'T cite 'andadmonlih
y have to tb.rantlng of Letters of A<1rnlnlatratlon all ..
.' EGGS FOR SAL&-Black-Breltllt.ed, other out of the city\ are writing encouraging some crop and adds it to the lint of with will annexed<< on saidestate dand-creditor and* singular of said d.the ceaa.d Viadre to f
Rod Game; White WyandottejWhite ; letters. those products for which'she is fam- otherwise the same will he be an4 appear before this Court on -or
Face Black Spanish., All We have had letters from the new ous., when the rest of the country granted to said Margaret Kooh inl"iforat . before the 14th day of February A.' D. d
n, varieties $2.00 per 16 eggs. RedWing president and vice-president of one is. lying; dormant through the winter to\ some my other name lit ":':08oc.l'r; Judge>nnn.VltiienB 1914., and file objection ,tf Letters any they..ofAdmlnlatratlon
have to the graatlnir .of
I Have Them. Poultry Farm, Orange Cen- district inquiring about their part of month Florida's greatest productive of the County aCoreeald. this the 23rd on said estate, other-
ter, Fla. Box 102. 5-3t the State field; and a district Christian activity occurs and she is destinedto day(Seal or January A.T.1) 114.MURPHY. wise the same will be granted to aald
)
I.I M.
H. M .Breaker or to some otherat ,
citizenship superintendent wants become the nation's winter garden County Jud" i
I ,
'. Want More WILT. SELL my store, building and 'I to know more of his department du- -St. Lucie Tribune. person or pgrsonaWitness my name a* County Judge
ties. This is what Christian Endeavor In Wyoming one of the most important '
stock of general merchandise, everything ... of the County aforesaid this the 19tb
I is for-to' train us in work, state appointive officers, deputy day of January A. D. 1>14.8eal .'
t'; new and up-to-date, doing and better work.In of the commission of public lands, ( ) T. M. MURP T. ;
.; :" ---a. fine business but other interests require a letter just in ftom Jacksonville CALL FOR WHITE PRIMARY is held by Winifred Stewart. ..6-6-6 County Judaea.

I my attention. M. M. Monohan are the 'words "We are plan- , -
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Since the first of the month several of Davenport; Fla. 43tii1COIt ning to make Christian Endeavor ELECTION -- -

Canadian C friends have arrived in Day a./ great day in our church." Let I

.. ,.. tI'. my SALE Forty acres of good the press superintendent in Inter- I ,
Others in various of _
town. are parts lachen know the results of the special -

I the State following out my suggestion I orange land; five acres cleared; one meetings/ held on February 1st, I The city executive committee of the Ye ":
Hear Ye !
f St y' to look around 10 that when they hundred orange trees beginning to which was the birthday of Christian "white man's party" met yesterday Hear

: y'p ," reach Kissimmee they will be more bear; close to Davenport. For par- Endeavor, also if you are doing any I' afternoon and formulated the following -

r r. convinced that this is the place ticulars write Mrs. J. L. Thomas, thing more to make it the "Week"Dr. call for a "white man's primary:"
easily Clark planned for us, which was I
The executive committee of the
city
:1f f. for them to locate. Davenport, Fla. 4-3t not to end till Decision pay, Feb- i "white man's party" in the city of THE GASPARILLA CARNIVAL :

: ruary 8.Remember. Kissimmee hereby call and provide for t
FOR SALE-Farm of 10 acres 3- that we have changedthe holding of a ]white man's" primary

j5 .2: I find that my successful management room house,' 7 acres cleared and date of State convention tilt election to be held in the city of KLis* t

.; f of ErskJne Heights Farm during the fenced, 2 acres fine young grove March 27-29th so that we may have simmee in compliance with the laws; t
with us as special guests and helper, of the State of Florida said primaryto TO BE Feb 21 22 23 24
'I, t past year and my activity.on my own just coming into bearing. W. N. Mr. A. La Verne Stafford, of Grand be held during the hours fixed by HELDJN TAMPA ., ,

:. 1;,' place almost adjoining has placed me Jones, Loughman, Fla. 2-tf Rapids lit ich., state field secretaryfor law for the holding of elections on I

in a position to act as a sensible advisor that union. lie will lead some Saturday, March 7th, 1914, for the ..,
.' 'f p to those contemplating takihg FOR SALE-20 acres naif cleared nice helpful conferences, tell us how they nomination of candidates for city elect- is going to be the greatest SOUTH FLORIDA affair ever at
manage financially in the North, and ive offices to be voted for at the
good fences, fair house gen tempted.
ti, J.' up. farming in this part of Florida. young grove be indeed our "ri-ght-hand" man in eral city election to be held in said I,

1" ,,., some crops now' growing; terms the convention. Be sure to be thereto city of Kissimmeb on Saturday, March The business and social world of this section have joined together t
: ",' 10 reasonable. J. H. Halley, Lough- meet and hear Mr. Stafford place 28, 1914. to make it rival the celebrated New Orleans Mardi Gras in size

?:. Fla. 2-tf Galneiville; church, Presbyterian of and merrymaking.It .
) .1 tJ .. 1 am still anxious: to add to my man that town. Qualifications of Electors. .

; I,. list of desirable properties no matter Rev. W. B. Withenpoon, Those, and only those persons shall is to be of a wholesome free, and hospitable nature, and will
: ne acre or how big. As FOR SALE-Signs to advertise prop- tenan pastor of Kissimmee not Presby-only- be permitted to vpte at, or participatein abound in pure fun and not in catch penny snares and faKes.
friend erty for sale can be obtained at the the management of said primary
1- my arrive or write me I will Valley Gazette, 10 cents each. has a Young. People's and Junior Endeavor election who are white elctors who It's a high class Carnival whose object is to give you a good time

:1; be able to select from a complete list I Society but also a YoungPeople's declare their adherence to the principle: with no disagreeable after taste. Don't miss half your life by __
1 Bible class which has listof
''' what looking for. a and organization of the "white man II"I staying -
': )just they are MISCELLANEOUS.FOR officers in business-like way. The away.
: 4/ party in the city of Kissimmee, who
and Christian church
Presbyterian are the laws of the city of KIssim-
., by '
I societies of Kissimmee were to cele- I GASPARILLA CARNIVAL COMMITTEE ;
EXCHANGE-Piano for a lot. mee lawful electors, who have on or m
't. Let me have particulars of what land Call or address, 303 Bass street. brate on February 1st and the KIs- before February 14, 1914, paid their i

I you would sell and name your best 7-lt pd. simmee Gazette urged the observ- poll taxes for the years 1912 and 1913, H
ance of "Go-to-Church" Sunday same
who have registered "up to and includ-
and .
price terms.Alf.
for the older folks who
not
WANTED-Fresh cow at the Gray- day were ing March 6, 1914, and who pledge '
stone. II. W. Thurman. 6-tf in the habit of doing it every Sundayin themselves to abide by the result of 'I'I

W.: Law the year. This plan which spread said primary election and vote for the )
widely over the country was very
nominees thereof at the ensuing city
FOUND-Three Milage books on
active in Chicago where we go in I
Box 145 Broadway last night; two from July 1915, to hold the international election. .J
,
'I Knoxville Tenn., and one Washington convention.Miss Qualifications of Candidates. .
D. C. J. J. Rogers, 118 Winie Albertson of South Those and only those persons, shall I
'. Kifttmmee, Fla. Sumner street. Lake Weir was wedded on January17th be permitted to become candidates for t 1
offices to be voted for in said primary r
} becoming Mrs. Thttmaa Kelsey,
J'' ROUGH LEMON SETS for sale $15 of Stanton so near her former home elections who pledge themselves in
. per thousand. Henry W. Smith writing to abide by the result of said t
that she still continue active
... ..00.. . 000000000f 12tpltLOSTAds can and the I ,
:t'. Wauchula Fla. 5l- work in the Weirsdale Presbyterian primaryelections support
nominees thereof; who are qualified
Society. The marriage
ceremonywas under the laws of the State of Flor-
placed in the Valley Gazette J
Miss Albertson's
performed by
l have found ida and of Kissimmee to hold office
more articles for city
Fleming Rev. G.
V.
Sprig
uncle. Albertson our
f 'f i ..Il
the owner than any other one kind state Christian Citizenship superin- ,. '
of List of Offices To Be Filled.
publicity. Five cents per line.
tendent. An interesting feature was
Ea.h elector in the city of Kissimmee 'Hr l !
CLEANING that Mr. Alton Coggin president for ,
', ) qualified to vote in said primary I
FOR RENT.
central district served as one of the -
,, PRESSING election shall have the: right to vote in ''i"
; groomsmen. said for (
1 primaries :
I DWELLINGS for M. Something good from the Tampa
?1 sad rent opply to One candidate for
: DYEING mayor.
/ I
Tiller. Times, this: "No life can be purein
One candidate for clerk.
'
,4 REPAIRING its purpose or strong in its strife
treasurer.One
One candidate for .
and all lives not be and stronger The /$ e
FOR RENT-comfortable bed room, purer candidato for marshal and tax N'e'on / ,
"
thereby. -By Owen Meredith. ;
ao r
centrally located. Large porch. 5 collector.
I ,
" from Tavares:
Something
4 Liar word It my house and clothe Brack St. J. W. Prentis. 42-tf There was a newsy great double weddingin Two candidates for members of city i 4

''fj.,; will be orlMd) lor and returned the Duncan Endeavor family which council for two years each. Which do ypii preferMJadam? '1''
Five member of the executive
:Satisfaction Guaranteed FOR RENT OR ,ALE Two-story kept the workers in an excited, hap mittee for com
i I ."" store building on Brack St. North py feeling several weeks, for Tavaresis Time one for year. ,..l.li

'+ A. ,r. 04040J00000000000 'Eisslmmee., II. C. Stanford 29-tf one big fellowship sharing in mu- Each person desiring Qualifying.to have nis \\i
Y
It JL:
4 tial Joys o sorrows. Then, after
Sr name printed on the election\ "
and the
holidays weddings were over for any ,
office
l" settleddown ballot sA Candidate city t

: ::::: : : : :: :::::::::::::::: : : :: I the Congregational Society I shall file with the chairman of
t
Il : work. One
; : ::: :: : :?:=:: ::: unllllmnmIllWmIlIlIllIlIlUllnlmnIlIlIlIlUlI1ln1l1l1lIIlIIn: iIlWIIIIIIIII\lIll\lIllIIUIIII\lIllIllHIIIIIIIIIIIII\ \ \I I It ___ : to usual thing they this committee on or before February -S. i
. .. . . ;';';';':';';';' .
:s I ;.j' .t;::: ::; :; : "a"t' arc doing i is to hold a service every
24, 1914 his notice of candidacy and S

t ?liI I ; i@; LIGHTEN THE HOUSEWORK i i i Sunday Eustis ternate Christians for Sunday the sunshine at take the .county making.The the. other.Jai I application upon a to blank have to his be name furnished so printed by I' :- .- \I


?'t" :; :;:: :;; ;:; Reporter-Star thinks the editor -'I the chairman 'of this committee, and 1 r
t:: : % So much work is necessary in the kitchen that due consideration "red- accompaniod by the amount of his assessment !
of the Eustis Lake Region a
1
easier and as specified below, and no ;
IV should be given to all that makes the work a hot" That is
r just
man.
; temperance
'I name of such candidate shall be I I .
. -i." is and it is any 1
; more pleasant. I what Mr. Woods goodto counted d
return
!3 printed upon or or ,/
-.}, of' A plain iron sink returns .1 I 3.i know there are many editors believing if printed upon any such ballot un- f ,
effort I I'At the same though some may less this provision shall have. been r9 )
'; little for the spent A
very .
I in it in
; r not e so gifted showing .r
.
i Ii, upon it. A few minutes' = I now <" of "printer's ink," warmth. complied with.Form ..of Ballot. HLhVW; : 1 V

t / pent in cleaning a .1 r t zzLrip RACE A. TOWNSEND. The voting in said primary elections Jll.I 0 'f /,

l' ,) '.Standard, white enam- ql .' I Irterlachen Feb. S. 1914 shall be by first and second choice ballot ti ...! \ !
eled sink and you have a veritable -- in compliance with the provisionsof

beauty spot of rad iance. fififi04444040 44ff44004 the State primary laws and the t,.

1r Ups, catalogue of. sinks : I ISs I\I\" I i- I I ** FLORIDA'S- VARIED O O I on names the of ballot the in candidates alphabetical for order each of- -

is very interesting with its = 000 RESOURCES COVER on the ballo tin alphabetical order. I

"''II .wall.hanging, corner and MANY TOPICS. 4 Canvass of Returns. RUINED! j y

recess pattern It is free II' 4 e Thisrcommittee shall meet at eight ::

0460040040044640044Because o'clock p. m. on the 7tb day o f March MJ
all .interested in good
to; ort.he !
\ ]914, in the city council chamber ,
't _, plumbing and good fixture aa4uct'I I we fill columns of newspaper city of Kissimmee, and publicly ?
space about Florida's glorious climate canvass the returns, in accordancewith
x "THE OLD RELIABLE her unrivaled oranges and' the primary election law of Flor- :
ONE SOUND CONSTITUTION ONE SWEET DISPOSITION ,
:1:' grapefruit ,and her wonderful pine- ida, and declare what candidates have .
:
,: _::'::;1.::::.' PLUMBING AND TIN SHOP'R. :....:.. apples, it should not be inferred that been nominated for each office "otedl :"\1

!::!:!:! L. STARLING. MANAGER >!;!.!.!.ty there are. any limits to our production for and the chairman and secretary.,
.. :;:::;::: such as might be imagined because of of this committee within two days ONE WOMAN'S HAPPINESS AND THE SPARKLE OF A ii i{
:;:::;:::
I ...........-...... ....... ...'...'_.......J.-...-... the above.Florida. thereafter shall certify the names of i.
.. I ::'r E } UUUmmm8UUUWUUmWUUmgpfUIUIIIUgUIUll1WIImtU911llmlUIIIUIIIIU\ UIUmIU1lltllllM;:::::;;:;::;;;;:'r::;;;s is the second State in size those candidates receiving the nomination -
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..,....................... ..Yv.yv..v.vIN east of the Mississippi river. for cny office to the city authorities ONE CLEAR COMPLEXION PAIR I 0 F BRIGHT EYES ;
Her population is but little Over a of Kiasimmee as the nomi- .
5vl - million nees of this party for the offices to i

( 1 Florida produces the finest cigar tobacco be voted for at the general election -I,
wrapper crop grown in the coun- to be held March 28. 1914.Assessments. t
; The ancient cook The ".l
-, -. J' cause was an stove. family that ;

'(,lot ;. : ,,' try.Florida produces the greater part 6f For the purpose of ,defraying the called her "Mother" saw-what was happening when it was y '

r ' the famous sea island cotton which expenses of the primary election, Including too late : :
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sells for about three times the price the payment of inspectorsand ,

'. obtained for the ordinary staple. clerks, printing of ballots. etc. (. 'I
The finest sponges found in this the following assessments are levied{
-, STOCKPLANERS. part of the world come from Florida. against prospective! candidates for Don't allow anyone you care for in your family to cook

'vsa ; Florida is one of the largest fresh the various offices to be filled. on anything but a genuine Favorite Range.

.. l BK8AWB! STEAM FEED and salt water fish shipping States in Mayor, three dollars. ; !
r 'MATCHERS SKIP FEED RIP the Union. Clerk three dollars
j. TOWER; KDCER9)) TRIMMERS'PERKINS' Florida's cigars unequaled in quality Treasurer, three dollar .Favorite Ranges.will do the finest baking you have ever '/f ShR S{

f RHINGLJt MACHINERY represents a manufacturing industry Marshal and tax collector three
seen and do it with less effort than you expend on the : ,'frange'you
:rk '/., ,BI ai!(E*., .P I* 40 .. SAWMILLSV I 1. which brings many millions of dollars dollars. poor

,' ri v 1 BOILERS. ae <. 40 .... UaM ad IIvarySAWPVSTCOllVBYOIUr Florida into the is one State of the every greatest year. cattle Member city Inspectors'council, one dollar. are now'fu..inlf with. ,: ..:.:Jf

r f SLAB C.4.1nE'YOR'O.'OL'NB
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shipping States east of .the Mississippi The following inspectors and clerk ",
ENGINES. STEAM "ICED8\ v ire hereby designated to conduct the You can find just the range you have, been looking'' for'' "

.' .'LATH' ).LLa' I DlsaTON'deWIi ... .J 'T VII! MILLS. , Nearly the world' supply of phosphate said primary election.InspectonG. in the Favorite Line for there are Ib dred, of styles .and1-' : 'I:
1';:, .. fertiliser comes from the., Florida .' C..
w ''\'':' .".w SAW.BIJS,f.r>ll ....... .,...w. . mines. N.' Bratton, J. Me Johnston; clerk. sizes.t'r t'\. .

"snAVTINq'\. ,Pl/LLKYS) = OxlCIII Florida is the greatest producer of W. Prentis." tpJ! '

J h 4'; 19BLTIlIG.4'.....-...._'.. 't'..r yv rosin and turpentine of any territoryof Qf H. NEWHOUSE, t'I i r'Y Sl

{ LOG 'CHAINS CANT HOOKS ri TONGS .. equal size in the world ,.-/; ?'f; Chairman.
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r- .q \, \\BVKRYTniXO .'OR" ,',T91E Florida i* one of th4 great* eStates w. C.BASS.Secretary..::1 !:
w .l: 'A.W.I '" 'I' ? of ths.-Unioiv. I*, hat./.more. ., Osceola Hardware Co. I
p, t t. writ. Jor.. standing timber:'now !'than,?any' State r i'

t s t e ....' qrloes. east of the Roekollnt&in!, and more r '
4i t . varieties1 than almost any equal tarri. )iD-l; told you that man.would" ' tf +frT *r* 3C.h hn 'txtf-+ltr'r! 4 t ,--
% tory on earth.!,, : - -'- .-' "' attract attention some day.,, tfivRlM o .1'5 A fWl K- '
fr 5. Florida has 'soma"', the largest Bffl-rWeU, has bet '

t t a !ley 'w iTrUrte*'1w'th.'worlda hip$ '" honey {,ed8ant! .+.L .. .hba..ta : ... t ,I' i", .. IIILF.aJDlULSt t eof.: ',v Klssim'. ,:; A' ,' ,

:in. car lots,; "_ '' "" rant today, taking his lOup-Y. '." . . ..,", tI! .
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Florida! 1 i rapidly'coming to ,the rsStatesman.V r
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'FRIDAY :FEBRttARY' :1914 TNE &* .'MI..E. ; GAZETTE; 1 #: '
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YOU WANT ;,

KISSIMMEE LUMBER .CO. Kissimmee .

.. Fla. 'Feb. i lit I. 1" Ji, .... . t
1 The Board at Public instruction met . <
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RTulsr Bes-lon. there being present .- .
.' W. ,C.. Bass, chairman-Oeo.. ,/. Over* "' l'.
.. .trel.t andV.. W. Chandler. Also\''', J. 1'!j' I Pasture
'Fruit'
Rough and Dressed"s., Hears. superintendent. ,
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.Minutes of the last meeting. were .. ,} ..:; : ; '
read And approved.H ,I. :>- : k., '
L. Lu treasurer. reported ' '

PINELUMBERI To the as Honorable follows: Board of Publlo ... . -. 'Farming'Trucking. ', ,,".:' ,. ' '. ,.Grazing '

Instruction Ui and for Osce-la county. .
I herewith. tender my report fca treat ,. t ... ...'
1 Urer of Osceola county for the monthof
January A. D. 1914 Timber
(is.er>l Krbeol F..... . .
To balance from last report--13.JOS ,
HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY To amount receded from Compt.Oct. .
J Hedpt IS.SI "
To amount fPceive------------; : ;
collectortaxes, 572.60 folia. ,
iISSIIISIIISSuuuISuiISiIIISSSISUSuiiSSS 191. $600.: 1813. 114.00______ 65160 LANDS 'O : "

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-'-- By paid warrants an per listi.DKO,OS .. "J, ;I'' \\./.\!".

Balance ____________________' 181.83 4l" :

I CAI sot'r: "F'AR IIgI2:: ____ Sub-Wrfcool! U .trl..t N.. I. I Have'Them' for Sale in Any Size BodyI"

I: :: 'SVRANCE: : : T. balance, from last reporL..1I.4113.6t ii'
k To amount received from Oct. ,
From Ten Acres One Hundred
Ilednt nn..un___..-. -. 491 to
Successor to the Dozier Leitner Agency To amount received from tax

collector, taxes .'un.n.n SO' .10 '

,A State Bank Building ..__ 11.IS8,68 Thousand Acres.
13)' paid uarrnntK as per Hat _.. 167.68

-- --- Balance _-.-_ .__ h ----__$1.87100 A Letter Addressed to Me Will Bring 'a

Nul>-".._..ol IU 00 000GFRAYSZ' To balance from last report4 11668 Full Description and Terms of Sale. .
To amount received from tax
., ::>N.:E: a.A.BDE: S collector taxes _-.n.n. SS.toI

149.8R
Railroad ATC. and Dakon St.'KUiimmee, Fla. B)' paid warrants as per list.. SI.8J :

Now have ready for setting out: Balance ._._..n.1 117.06 D.G.McKAYKISSIMMEE ,r sr

i Strawberry Plant Eggplant: Plants Nub-Hrhool UI.tricot No. 3.

Cauiflower Bell Pepper Plants To balance from last report_._S 609.82. .
To amount received from tax
; Tomato Plants collector ____n..nuu..U. 288t FLORIDA''
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, i And will soon have celery and all kind of vegetable plants ; ;! '. 812.10 h
B>' paid warrants all per list.,_ 190.il
that grow bet in this country, by 100 or, 1000. %I

ROGERO Balance -_ __.___._______' -.$ 42Z.!9SubNrho ,
Enquire of NICK Supt. .

; 1 mtnfttt =: :==:= To balance from*! last IMMrlrt report.hll.189.78To l\o. 4. The Schaplrograph school No I----------Co, supplies 4.05 .10 CENT "CASOABZTS"IF LADIES. ATTENTION! r


: : ... collector amount taxes received.._-from_.u_tax__. 1711 R.school DeWItt No. 1 Brown___.__ .__services___.___. 1200 BILIOUS OB COSTIVE' Signs wanted-worked in some

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R. O.Vldr1K. lumber school
$1.167.18 No. 16. H H. D. No. 1-------- 140 pretty design size about 86x18
C. A. CARSON, President. N. C. BRYAN Secretary. By paid warrants as per list._ 47.81 Lewis Johns labor school No. tour
For Headache
Sick Stomaoh inches for of
16. W 8. I>. No. 3.n..n.__ 1200 the coming Exhibit
Balance -.-.--___-_______--$11(1988 Robert Trans. of Sluggish Liver and Bowel*-They,
pupils Osceola County's -oducta.te.. Tw
/ t l'ttdKptl.! No &, S S DNo worK while you el_,.
The Waters & Carson Nub-Krbool Di.trfet'11e. S. 3II__ .___ ___.__._.... 23.7B with the word 'Welcome' and one
To balance from la| report____$ 3012 Osceola Hrdw Co.. supplies .
To amount received from tax school No. 18....__ .._.__.__ 1525 each with the word "Progress""Prosperity. -
collector un?_ ._.. __-. 196 State Hank loan 12.000.00-4 Furred Tongue, Bad Taste Indls. ." Have the signs 'the y
months nn______ ____un_ 2000.00 tlon. Sallow Skin and Miserable Headaches
1 3201Hy State Hank Int 1<10. 266-four come from a torpid liver and same on both sides. Do not be backWard : <
Company paid warrants as per list.. 6.63 months _. ._._ .. 63.36
Grocery '-'n.n .n.
Citizens Hank Int Not 9116 clogged bowels, whlon cause 1OW'atomach in coming forward. r

Balance ,_ __"n.n nun__ $ 26.14IO.hII..ol and 1641 _._-._._._uu n__.__ 12664 to become filled with undigested Communicate with .4 "F
C. N. Carnes. labor school No. food which sours and ferments '
II.trl..t I\o. & A. E. r
16 11 40 THOMAS
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)4 II To balance from last report 4 93 \\' J. Sears expenses to Richmond like garbage In a swill barrel. That'sthe
To amount received from lax .__ _. h.nn.__ 80.00Superintendent first step to untold misery-Indigestion Secretary and .Mana .r.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer InGROCERIES collector taxes _unu____ 12.97B foul
. ; gases. bad breath yellow
__ __ __ Sears was instructed akin mental fears, everything that 1s
\' paid warrants as per list u to write the trustees ,n and for sub- NOTICE TO VOTERS.
school district No 1 and themto horrible and nanseaUnc. A Caacaret
Balance ___._.._.._.__________.$ 1790 have at least two of request the trustees to-night will give your constipated ____ \
R. I. L.UPFBR.Treasurer O. K. &11 bills to prevent confusion and bowels a thorough cleansing and The registration' books for Osceola
County
also to call their attention to the present .
condition of the school funds for I straighten yon out by morning. They County will open the'nt Monday la ",
I 0 Warrants ;n the sum of $313347 said district. I work while you sleep. 10-cemt box January and close the first Monday in. fl

s t 000000 00 00 . 0 000000000 00 . 00.: session were examined as follows and: Nos canceled 1888 In open 1891) new Petitions schools were at B.received O Hancock asking I settlement for- i from :your druggist will keep you feeling March 1914. t

1921 1967 1878 19116. 11. 39. 41. 42. 44. and the Mrs Mary Eubanks settlement good tor months. Books will be open In 'aU precincts"In '
0 WE EUY: 4 46. 46. 48 61. 62. 63. 66 66. 68. 69 61). 61. The board after consideringthe the county. ,
0 WE SELL: 0 62. 83 64. 67 6H 69 70 71. 73 74 75, 76 matter decided to Instruct ; C. W. GRIFFIN
79 80 83 l 90 91, 93. 128. 129. 130 131 I ,
I HAY, tendent Sears to write them 8ul..rn-1 I Subscribe for The Valley Gazette.
0 HIDES 132 133. 134 135 1.36. 137 138 139 that It would be Impossible I Supervisor of Registration.
c. 141 143 144, 146. 146. 147. 148 161,
0t 14(1 lish a school this year on Account of I
GRAIN. 154 166. 157 15)1) 1RO. 161 163 Ififi 100. lat k of time. but the board taking the 0
+ 0 0 FURS, 101. 102 1113 !1U4. 106 106 107 113 119 matter under advisement decided to
FERTILIZERS e 120 121. 3D 96 97. 114 1889 31, 98. It. endeavor to give them .u school next
0 WOOL eL 116 122 123 124. 1.5. 164. 191 1996 Sear Choice of 5 Tourist Trains
109.!) llll. lib 96 117 Upon receipt of letter from Slate superintendent .
4> SHINGLES 0 the board Instructed .
Hills were approved and warrants issued Chairman 1V C. Hafts and Superintendent .
HB follows Sears to attend the National K4ucatltmal North and
0 0 AND Northwest"Dixie
f ORANGE BOXES \\ J Htars. salary Supt.1 115.noW Assocatlon which atIfichmond
0 C. Has M B. P. 1 I. ._ n"- 4 (00 beginning an l hem 22rd of
0 ALL Ueo W O\.I".t. M K I' J. 400 February.
ORANGE WRAPS W. '\'. Chandler M.. H I1 I. __ 20.00 Complaint having been -made about
$ 8: L. L.upfer. Com. Treas ____ 1678 minors' smoklna cigarettes at or near ie flyer" "Seminole. Limited""Dixie
VEGETABLE CRATES, , .-4, Miss Almenla Leilner------ 86.00 consisting; of Meaars. Bass and
.. PRODUCE. Miss Clara, Ledbetter70.00 Overstr.vt and requested them to at Limited" "South Atlantic: Limited'"Mon'tgomerv
CRATE: NAILS, 0 .0. .. 4 Miss Oladys Bhort-,__________ 70.OO once take the ,matter up with Sheriff .
i Miss Albina Smith__--.______. 6500 .I* H. Inttram.
000000000 ..00 00 00 .. 00.0 ... ....4 Miss Myrtle Bobbin__________ 65.00 The board of county commissioners, Route"Via
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Miss Franc-Is Langston------ 65 00 the city council and the Klsalmmee; i ./ ,
1 Miss Marjorie Anderson:::::: 6500Mlas : Board of Trade having road an appropriation ,I <
all kinds. Harr.ett; \\'llcox_____._.__ 6600 for the exhibit at the OrlandoMldVlnter :
4 We sell field and garden seeds of MIBS Louise Thomaeon-------- 65 ,oo Fair. and having designated .
;1 We riTe special attention to fitting out hunting and campingFree parties Mrs May Claton------------ 65.00 February the 20th as Osceola "oun-
delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. Sues M (' J Brian n n _.. n5.III) t\' Oaat said fair The board de- Atlantic] Coast
fertilizers. A.k us far eirealar.: ... MlBH tlaia St.---------- 6500( i c'Idt.d to Kl\e: the Klnslmmee and Bt' LineStandard x+
r We are county agents for good Mills l.mhia\ Futch--------- 6500( Cloud high schools ths. date as a-holl-!
pries on fertiUxera. MlHB Midora UUHBC .. Ml Oil I dano \ children aa pus.
ill 1MM Ionium Vowell---------- 75.00MI.M : slblt., .. tfa'dan: :
- .-.- Ctcella Overstreet- = fill "IMills : lpon quest of the. patrons of Railroad of the South
Juntlna )HHfiord_ u u' 45 '0 4)<' school No 7. Mlsn J'3 Hans was ap
. \ Mills <*leo \Vunrlridge- ,___ 65 110 i pointed teacher of said school for the I Pullman
Jacksonville .
1 --- Mr C. I' lit.Iknap_ _. -_ .___-.- 40 OiMlHB i unt, ,xplred term cars to Chicago, St. Lou, Cincinnati ,
: HtttHle UawHon - u 4510:: Tht're being no further, business thtboaid i Louisville Indianapolis, Cleveland, Grand Rapid, and intermedany
' Mrs. O M Folk. =: 411111)i I adjourned until the next rexularmt fate
SPLENDIDSUBURBAN MI.H llllaii lde----------! 451(", I .tliiu"' points. Ttr. ;
SOME Mea \'eia Mi.rKiav. 40110 I W f VS-< 1 DINING AND OBSERVATION CARS
; Mrs. ol,..il Mill. _ 40 l lMr 1111 I I C'hair'nuvi' 1
A H Mm, low _ ft 440< ,' Att.ett' J. SEARS For tickets and

51 MlKM ice 1.l.erta<.HKle I'I t'I: = ::: (::::) I I 8upt'rlnl."d'ntNATIONAL agent, pr information call on Atlantic Coast"-, _-Line ticket II ;+

HOMES _
. Miss Cora L. 51afne--------- KI'"II
III r. C. N CurnesMre _ . _... til00, J. G. KIRKLAND Division Passenger Agent '
I.aura Lee . -_. _u._ 60 11(1( CHILD i ,
Mrs l.ulntwo..xlMlBS 41 'on Tampa, Fla.
Jean Thomas . 45.oil' .
: MlBS Kli-da Doc.lltll.MlBS .._-_._._ ____ 45 On LABOR COMMITTEEHAVE -
FOR. SALE Iris Oliver ._. '_ Hn.__. 45.(Ml $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
It MlHH Lillian Dale--------- 41 oo $ $ $ $$ .
f M lee L l i-lla lioper------------ 40 004n

Five acre adjoining two large lots fronting on a pretty street just out- MlBS Mr James Pearl I1 l4wlrlrle9---------Hawthorne_==_== 65 :00 OH:: DISTRIBUTED TEN THOU- I RARE CHANCE IN SUBURBAN HOME ..

. low. house fronts East on high ground, pretty Mrs J. H. I.H.'IT.-.. .. .uu -_ 40 on At other interests
side limits where taxes are I prevent living there. I offer for sale
\ city Mr T. J I.lttli-_ . 40 00,) S\ND PAMPHLETS! SINCE my my'
waterworks through house; yard fullof shrubbery and _ h_ __h". _.- : tI5 place Fish
-tR view of surroundings 1- I. Jordan u. u 45 00 ( FIRST OF YEAH. on Lake four and a half miles from Kissimme and equi-
to Citrus friuts.. with /fine irrigating system M. 12 \I'right------------- 35 00 lfi distant from St. Cloud.
fruit trees ; five acres planted \ Jail nIta ThonipHon _ _' 35 on sfi
' live-and raise a family with free county Pearl Johnson 35.04)Sadlie ' Thi.
i through An ideal place to property comprises over 20 acre of good land and has .
grove. still hZltd, .. fill III! The first three weeks of January ,
high sJiool privileges also church and every advantage of city life and M'lltn Join,..." _. . 300" Jlhoda I.urait 411011(
R enjoy the freedom of the country. Miss Mrs ltUl\ IlllHM_ *' 411 11(1 eat in child labor according to a statement : The land is half fruit and balance muck. HAS house almost
i MlBS Katherine t Shaiioan .. ._ 40 III) made Owen R. $ and
yesterday by new story a half 30x30 ft. Has water in the house two well,

This property is owned by a man living Pennsylvania who will sell at MBB|.. Cora llla( 1.Marhle---------Maine' I _u u _. 40 10 on(Oil* Lovejoy, general secretary of the Na- I (one of these is flowing) of fine artesian water good out-buildings,
tional Child Labor Committee. Re-
Mr f N Ca in'll.10145 i
bargain price and on favorable terms of payment. Mrs. l Laura Lee .. . -- 1000 quests for literature have kept thecommittee's barns and chicken runs.
Mrs l.ula. AimoudMlBB 11) oolo ) County road and A. C. L. Railroad
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Jean Thomne-------- .ooIn office busy and some 10- I run through south end of lot \0 r

We also have other improved 5-acre tracts in same neighborhood MlBB FliMla UoollttUMI .n" .oo 000 pamphlets have been distributed i with station adjoining. Telephone service with Kissimmee and St. '
, two
4 Ire) Oliver----- 10.001 the first of the
' to in correspondence with you. so we can tell M.BB; Lillian Iale------------ 10.on since year. I Cloud. Title to property perfect. Price very reasonable and terms 4
that real want get
are bargains, Mrs (bed MlliclMellta _. ___ __ 10.oo) Mr. Lovejoy accounts for this rising if desired
given W. Prenti
advantages Apply Box
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small colony here good 196 Kiisimmee. FT ..
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F you all about these places. Can locate a Johnson u. .h.__ ._" 5 'oo tide of interest partly by the fact that I I
\. be had. Mr A. B Morrow __-.-_--_ 25.00 next Sunday and !Monday are Child I' 37d
: can Ml-s lena Pierce----------- 1000( Labor days when several thousand $ $ $ $ $ $ !fi
Mills Leila 1IIarhl"uh.n- 00 $ $ $ $ !fi !fififi $ $
Mr J )' H..wthorn..uh.' 25.00 clergymen and teachers will wish to i
4 We have some large groves cattle farms truck farms in the Artesian belt Mrs J. .H. 8tef.eeMlBS -___ _______._ 10.00 be prepared to speak intelligently on f. (Mrti

with excellent flowing wells and good improvements. Have a few places MlBS Ij Pearl. lla ItOp"'h''U Swlnney-- -.-_.-_-_ 5..OOin no' the subject of child labor. Further I I -

who will sell on easy payment plan. can Mr T. J. l.lttle---------------- 5.1)0 !Mr. Lovejoy says that the National |j I' w
located here owned by Northern men Mliis Ruth Clark. ____ ___ _.____ 40.00 Child Labor Committee is this winter
deal. Write us-tell us what you | '
of Sties Ola 40 00
inviting CampbellJ
fit with sort an n.u.
f you out any R. Smith janitor school No taking part in ten active legislative I THE H. G. SIEVER
want. 1. _-..-._..h..u _nh 40.00 campaigns and a large number of |
Samuel Tallow. Janitor school pamphlets! are needed by local organizations -
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No 16 20.00 '
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q loan of surplus money with excel- KlHBtmmee Trans- ('0.. wood and in these ten states. '
We have an opportunity to some your dra>'aKe school No. 1-------- 25.76 I "There is an increasing demand for REALTY COMPANY .
lent security and get you good rate of interest. J I). Harf-Is, laborer school facts rather than sentiment. he continued I %
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No. 18 .n.u. -- -- 10 00 I NOT IN THE TRUST n
"the committee has always
South Fla. L. Co., lumber school I
tell of this 1<10. 1Mr _____. 693 based its reports on facts gathered by .
and let un.n.U -- '
Write us you 10,000 Stock Fan if takes .
Have a few good places for rent. us M. V. Cheesman. l labor expert investigators but it has not acre a bargain at ..p, .

splendid country. Come down and eat Strawberry Shortcake and bask in school No. 11I.u__ 106.74 always been..possible to get them $5.00 per acre. -:- -:- -:- .:- .;* -:- i

the sunshine instead of wading mud and snow in the North. Come down and Edsrer school Klues No.a 1_A___Rledel______,_labdr____ 7.40 clearly before the public without a Prairie Land Oraaf*.Grave*, Hlfk Hammck Lucas, TiaW...*. .

have to feed cattle but can grow them Miss Jean Thomas salary. sugar-coating of emotional appeal.We .

grow cheap beef where you never in the United! Statel.your Shall we hear from you) D.teacher No. 1 school_______No.____16.____H.___H. 10.00F. are now waiting impatiently for Lads at AB 'riaa ... .. Easy Term ,., .
.cheaper..than allY other place E. Thomas labor schoolNo. the day when this lively interest in 2,000 acne Stock Rocky win .xduiat. UI( ..... v rf.r.tb.r
10 _____.________________ 2.(O facts will be expressed in a larger e I/
R. Li. Starling labor, school real ..Ital.1- -:- -:- S ;. '.!-
e 't 1<10. 1 --_:.___--___--_______ '20 membership of the committee' and '
REALTY'CO. Oeo. Bass, labor school No 116.36 more general' interest in the enforcement -

NELSON Ovceola school No.Hrdw.20. $180 Co, ; supplies No. 1U.40 of such" child labor' laws as already Orange Groves all sizes and'prices' III :

$ ___.._____ _____u_ 14.SO exist. '
Kissimmee Fla.p. H. *. W. B. Drew Co. .oil. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA, .
Rear of State Bank A.. K. Prouvhu Insurance school Love at loekamlths. but i .. : . ( I
4000 lain -r ,
S.P'PW :-::::::::::::::::::: 6.10 on frown at''wedlocksmiths. r. .. , .' Ii.

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RLi1YA1'T: : : the; ,bayoaa.of .J:'Plaqaemlh and Atchafalayala. --
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f. : r Ph7aidaD';. ' WILL( >f Were'the headquarters of the | eLlsteniyou V .:

", 'f... Surgeon ravager Laffita One of the bloodies OFFClliLIJOGmi I "
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4 .!"boD..' of pirates, he gathered'together. nundred i.

ilmmHIJteL V l of V violent men and a doseD or Will
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Office, Floncb ,VISIT FESTIVAL t r' so vessel and ruled a* a k1.... In GASPArtlLLA' ''CAR'NIVALJ TAMPA. ''\' ,'

248 I hch a kingdom there*!* always dissension FLORIDA i ; ,
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find the best that
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agreement with Lafflte over some of ) ..,,

: ,DIt . W.1 S1MFO? .. .. I the' loot, broke away from the band - is in shoes' in' our : ,
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TO Be.lNtAMPA, HARBOR GASPAl"RILLA : 'u>olf.lh.blp'l1e commanded and the Saturday.

'. : DJNT1ST!: ; 'bloody. crew who did his bidding and Firing of guns 'artillery and war V

Kate BulldlDg.i WEEK. ailed across the gulf to the coast of vessels at sunrise announcing the open- store V : 1IV
UJiI"alrl lD ; -- Florida.. V Ir.aof the first day of the big Gaspsvilla V/ ,
lI\ a.. .m. t.o If m. V Carnival.
i OTzcUovBs: '" 1:30 t.o : m. Battlera.of, Several' Nation Will Add to Pensacola wa a settlement even At o'clock A. M. sftversl thousands

TeleoboDe No. '6 5:301. 11'1'. V the Sight City'I Is to Show then but down the long stretch, of the of Homing Pigeons will be released all ,
bearlnamessajre from Tampa to the
Florida coast ther* war hardly another
::1
Its Guest entire world. These pigeons have been.
bay that had even a fisherman'. secured rfrem twenty different points
DR. W. W. CARSON} hut alpng the shore. Hiding places ja the United States and Canada
Warships of several nation will there were in plenty among: the key At 11 o'clock noon the nrln* of salutes -

: DENTIS1I visit Tampa during the Gasparllla festival. and bays of the coast. from war vessels" announcing the
coming of the Royal Court Chamberlainof .
February 2124. Assurance was Found Haven on Oparllla 1,1. KinGaaparllla. VII. The Court

;-I : Office over Cole'. JewelrySto: given the men of the Casparllla committee .' On the Island where the phosphateport Chamberlain will arrive amid snouts of .;

;' ,, Office HoUJ'8: 8-12, 1-6 early In January that submarine of Boca Grande 1* now located, the of people blinds.; waving bannera, and the music -

Office JS8! I and torpedo destroyers of the Oasparilla found the haven! lie.
I phone WB.S.eeklng. . Opening Addr...... J
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aesldece 23 United States fleet would be on hand It blocked one of the entrances
1 S At 1:10: Mayor IX B. McKay will deliver -
Gas admlnl.tered for extr.clion of uelb V V to escort the Gasparllla craft up the of Charlotte Harbor in anyone ; an address of welcome which will
: fl bay. Secretary of the Navy Daniel of a dozen of whose smaller'bays b. responded to by Hon. Wm. Chase
1" has given orders which get four BUD- and creek mouth there waa' plenty ol Temple, President of the Carnival Association -

T DR. H. S. GEIGER marine and a monitor In motion on a chance for him to escape prying eyes. and, extending the Royal welcome Court Chamberlain to the visitors \.

., PHYIICIAN Al'iP' .VRQOP leisurely trip from Norfolk, which....111j This must have been about the year of King I Gasparllla.; The Chamberlainwill

4. I Cltlzenl Bank Building >ring them Into Tampa Bay before the 1800. Oasparilla built a mansion on announce that he la a special envoy -

oJ:; Xl..lmmee, Florida celebration has opened. Torpedo boat the Isle and here he Ulved like a VII; from an advance His Majesty guard King to make Uaaparllla known I

of the United States Atlantic squadronare king with his bloodthirsty pirate a* to the cltUena of the coming of the
j i .' r phone.: Office 297 or 64 also expected.The the courtiers. King and Krewe of 1'lrates Hold. He

c nelldence, 266. 1..177 consuls of Great Britain, Italy There was nqt wanting ladle in this ndvises the keys the of the Mayor city and are cltlxens not surrendered that If I

Cuba. Spain and France 'are making court. to His Majesty on his arrival that the 'A'. '

. j every possible effort to get warship Qasparllla had a great eye for feminine city will be taken by armed force. I ." ;

;. I T.M. RIVERS M. D. from their countries here for the Qa.. beauty and his course of action to Mayor make will preparations then appeal lor to the the The'' .jo

\ SURGEON panla occasion. There Is a likelihood when taking a ship wa always the the city against UHspurllla and
i V PHYSICIAN and also that Germany will hare a same. I'l rates.V '9'4

i : i y r: ". office over O.ceola Phrmw7t cruiser In port, as steps were taken "Overboard with the men; save the Floral Parade of School Children.At I ,

'I' P ne.ldeDce 53 through the foreign ministers to this women!" was his Invariable order. tSO: 1'. M. five thousand schoolchildren I THE SUIT QUESTION
will be Been In a floral parade' .
.. "<" PHONES' r Office 14@ country to secure such action on the But it was this practice that led to through tho principal afreets uml to .*.

part of the foreign navy department his ruin. His depredation were reported Plant Park where they will give a I

\ Consul K. M. Ybor of Cuba has practical to the United States government classic singing a song composed for
) I
this occasion "Welcome to Tampa If are hard to suit ve Wish to
I . assurance that the> gunboat Cuba and a frigate sent to the gulf waters I Thousands of flowers will be carried: by you ,

WJWlNNf will be on hand. Vice Consul E. W. to run him down. the children all of whom will be appropriately will
Schloss
f PHYSICIAN MOD rone of this city regard the After a long chase through the Ten costumed.A . I say that our Suits suit you.
,
chance of there being a representative Thousand Islands and up and down Human Chess Game.At .

/' Office 2nd Floor Wil1lon Building. of the French navy here as beingof the coast the pirate was cornered In will be S:00: a o'clock humanhens at Plant gari&on Park there an They are made to suit the particularman.

1 Ru.iDri.cr hOM. 33 K.88...."" the brightest. Consul Colombo is Lemon bay as he was trying to make eighty-foot board of alternate white
f ., Omc PONC If7. FLO..... the Italian consul. He Is backed In his way through Gasparilla sound Into i and black equates which will be participated .

his request by the many Italian residents Charlotte Harbor.A turned people.In by. thirty-two beautifully COB- I

ca"WPO'' of the city and U'Unione Italian bloody battle ensued. The piratewas i
:; P. &. VAXI "ON"W w. The Landing of D.Sota-Tamp. Workmanship style and fit Is
which wishes to entertain an no coward and his crew fought guar-

: VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORD ian warship and crew during the as they well knew, with halters Historic Pageant. I
anteed.Do
; likewise IW'j left Commemorating the landing of b.I .
nival. Consul A. Nlsta around their necks. Few were > I
Rota on the ahorett of Florida more
i I ) ATlCR1\EYE..AT.LAW confidence that the .Spanish .go,: according to the tradition that lias than three; hundred and seventy-five ;
ment will not OVl'rJOOklIe celebration come down. Gasparilla was one 01 I years ago will be a feature of not only not 'buy a Suit unless you are \

c ?'i 011\.,.. 3-4 6..( CtIeflI lI.nk Bulldlull more particularlY'as the name of a the captive, so the story runs. and Saturday'nival. program, but the entire car '
Under the auspices of the l a-
; KJlIsimmee Florid. Spanish sea rover Jose Gawparllla, Is Buffered the speedy penalty of his die.' ClultB of the city will be shown this suited.

'1' j commemorated by the occasion.An crimes. In short, he was hung at the magnificent historical pageant bring
I will be given the visitor of his boat. lug Into life the characters. who made
opportunity yard arm own ;
the early history of Florida. The dating
H. D. GEIGER. to the city to go aboard. the war One legend has It that the frigate explorers and adventurers who entered Our Suits will Suit you. '

ships which will lie up at the docks burned out the pirates' nest root and I unknown wilds peopled by savages will VJ

. : AITORNEY.AT.LAW In this city, and there will thus bean branch. and destroyed the home. Another be both presented stnltllngly In a beautiful manner and that entrancing. will be-

educational feature to the celebration story has it that it. endured for Quite a proportion of the population -

Office Stale Dank Building for it Is an unusual opportunity many years though avoided by the occasional 01 Tampa Is of uvanlsli I descent H. STAMFORD.. COAPAfiY
..
this .
and from
Kissimmee. Flonda for the people of Inland tow Tin to seethe fishermen who landed on that the peoplewho course will Impersonate will be si'curexl the i

C war boats There Is no doubt that coast, who felt that It wa haunted Spanish character Keveral hundred of I I

; ,<, this feature of the celebration will be This story has It that the old place these will participate and all will be I I
struck lightning In one In the. costumes of De Hota's period I I.Near '' .
attractive to by
GEO. F. PARKER. many.6ASPARILLA was finally the place where Lie Hota will land - -- --- - -- - --- -- --

of the tropical storm. that sometimes will be seen a camp of Hemlnolu Indian. '
"; Attorney-at-Law. sweep the key and destroyed. and around the Ie,..,... the squaws and shown borough from Uay barges laflliK. anchored tile -aulllul In Hllls-Uay- FLORIDA THE STATE

,,, tt Certain it is that it Is gone, thoughold wilds.papooses Suddenly glorying from In the the freedom of will the ', .shore dtlvt I along .hose. mile of asphalt

I Collections and Convey.neina WAS resident aay remaIn. of the place ring out the singing of forty tepees or fifty paved theater; stivet that will there Is u natural amiihl- TO RAISE CATTLE:
i given 30,000 people at
\: ( Special tiel. were still to be seen when they came Indian maidens, who will emerge; singing 1 chance to witness the display.
and the
: 112% Broadway.r Into that country in the days of the brave. will dancing come Into corn camp dance.with their The There will also be a repetition of the
masked Carnival of Saluiduy night.
: Semlnoles.
p-ame. olllng 'round the camp-nrea
oj I Treasure Seeker Pock Mark the Coast they are aroused by the coming of Ie Durinth... evening theta will be a .ard.en ThEY BRING SEVEN CENTS
F. KRIBB8 Sota and hi. halberdiers pjtrty and dance in the grounds of
PIRATECHIEFTAIN landers and
G Even on Coral Creek nearLemon the Tampa Jlutel ofentertaining '
: now sailors headed by Juan Urtls hurry Bay us a means POUND ON HOOF IN
bay in eight of where the Charlotte forth to them. the officers of the fleet of
I FL.&. meet De *Hota make.
ATTORNEY AT LAWKISSIaSMEE.. war boats In the will
Muslu be
: with the Indian port. ST. LOUIS.St. .
Harbor and Northern railroad peace 1'lantlng! furnished.
the ; 8201 by the Havana Municipal
Hpanlsh la
flag shown. Then ,
: .' Examination of Tillee a Specialy. take to the water in the two mile the lowering of the Kpanlsh flag and the> Hand at Jiavasa.. Cuba, and bands from

4 Notification and of taxes of RAVAGED COAST OF FLORIDA IN crossing of GeaperUlesound, treasure raising of the Stars and Stripes. Finnic the war featuri.vessels.A or. the willInter..t
t payment hunters are seeking 11000.000 a chorus of several hundred voices. Theatl..rnoon afternoon that Louis, Jan. 28.-The scarcity of

., t" non-resident. given careful EARLY DAYS. In buried gold believed have been program will close with a baseball many between will the be Chicago a game of Cubs league and cattle throughout the corn bElt of the '

; .J .ttenllon. the property of the dead pirate. It mammoth display of day fireworks. tile Mt Louts. Kiuwns at Plant Field North has served to turn the attention #,
i
1 Illumination of the City and Masked beginning at I 30 u'clo< k. Tain will fur- of the Northern feeder to the
Are Bound With the Tradition was burled In a long boat which was 0...... r..i.i niM h 111.aT I i..o III! (..._..11 furVillain....._ ur.. .tin. rta*.
Exploit Up ---Q-- u .n -'-
South for stock
of cattle
sheathed with cement BO the story 1 for: It.: supplies to
Pat JOlnston .G. P. Garrett of the Land of At dusk Ills Honor the Mayor will finish for market. C.
Sunshine. M.
goes to make it water tight., then sunk press an electric but ton, throwing.. Tuesday February 24. I Robinson
y TOIINSTON &: GARRETT HI. Story. in the little creek. city Into a blaze of tilery liprulils willImmediately The last and gieatusl. da) of the Carnival lof Monroe county, Missouri, has just

; e) Att.rneYI; at Law It Is this story of Gasparilla that tho masked announce street carnival the beginning when the of the lot eIoun of which will be finished marketing a bunch of Florida -
I
;, Krewe which bears his given over to the \ \lsllort u.' the purpose steers at the St. Louis National
Ye Mystic imagineatlc of the makers
Oll1eel 10 11 &: 12 They say there's nothing In a name, merry may of the
seeing sights of the city,
name keeps alive. run riot. Several blocks of She main Stock Yards that he bought last fall
but that's not true. visiting the Kovernnieiit buildings. the
; Clt1zen Bank Bide., V for street will be closed to all trufllc giv. when they weighed 400 Heed
Could any better name have been Isn't It a great foundation a the exclusive of cigar lacti'i-les, the water front improvesuents pounds.
use
., ; Kluimmee.. Florida. chosen for a South Florida festival Carnival? Could any better name be f.ct't:. .ke'l large aggregation of and the various points of naturalattractiveness them 100 days till they weighed
that can bo seen 111 Mo '
bands will furnish music 625 and sold
for the pounds them the
designed? even- on
other
than the Gasparllla\ Carnival T clime In all thulr tropical beauty
festivities. "
J ,' Think of the legends that gather. ing's It Is the Invariable':; rule th'at all perSons during the winter monthsIn alltumoI market at $7 per cwt. He says
i tot. OMA.ZY T. PlOTt W..LOWLat. biting over the miles of beautiful drives these Florida cattle made him '
this be
like mist over a bay head about the entering; *>ne In fancy or money.
the through laden
.Iud.ul With
eou..1 for orange groves golden -
wlerd costume and and It Is
masked MeAter of
'S.. FJerida R. R. Coaim. Crimln.1 Court name and fame of Gasparllla! that all unmasked requested fruit pine forests fragrant with the Eugene Glenarm Sanga-

; & ARLOW V Think of the possibilities for the bizarre M T 4Tr1PArEI keep out of these limits. Absolute spectators free health-g-lvlnK fumes of tliu foliage andgorgeous I mon county, 111., located in the very

i ; MASSEY and the unusual that the old pirale's dom will he given all Innocent merriment. m V'" .."tual.tropical. Bcenery, Whet ...."Illg heart of the corn belt, was unable to
Maskers will not be allowed to buy Northern stock cattle so recently -
8 COUNSELLOS history gives! 2f3tI2VrAPA1L14 At I.3It'. M. on Tuesday the gruntlallegoilcal
ArroatYs AND wear gloves
Think of the advertising value tor hlHtoiiai and Iliiial |'"",ci" purchased several carloads of 440
AT LAw : Sunday, February 22. will start I rum theu..t South Florida there Is In the
name Sundav mornliifr special will city and will mUlch thintiKli he '
PneUee .n the Cour'ta of the "tate sod 01u. sermons ; uiln-
4 'i .. United State.. .1.o b.forq. the Florid.R&D.p Ganparllla! i be delivered at all the churches At clpul. Hlltets. helivulh lumplm,, aichesol Louis lie fed them 100 days on cottonseed I
.... c-.mlalo. sod th. Inwntat. C_ Who or what is Ganparilla? asa i 2:80: P. M. sacred. bund concerts will be Hags and flowers, : cake on his Illinois farm and -
.' : o-mlalo.. the stranger within our Kates. given by all band In various sectionsof Heading. this |uraile. will be the they gained 250 pounds to the head .
the city. Grand Marshal of Klilg V II-It CaaaLlC8TOw BLDG. ORLANDe. FLA. Is it a Pullman car or a breakfast I All Sunday afternoon the officers of by mounted lieiuliiK. announcing -, in that time. He recently marketed

41yr food or a cigar or a race horse? they and krewes of visiting United States to the thousands of spet tutors the them at $6.50. Mr. McAter says
; 1 ask. i submarines monitor and torpedo; boat Coining ol the gtund page'ant of King these Southern stock cattle do ext
\\ JOHNSON destroyers, and war vessels or various Uasparllla VII Nest will appear. the the
; ANDRE' Listen. gentle stranger. other t countries who will be in Tampa Koyal Hand In fancy ecuituinNeit tionally well when finished out in

Oasparllla was a pirate, and It Is his during; Carnival Week will receive the will follow Ills Koyal Majesty's Chariot corn belt ,and is so Del Bed at financial -
'ATTORNEY AND COl.1NIELLOR AT LIW public.At preceded by his mounted courtiers. This Ik
return his
exploits and history that furnish the dusk the city will again don Its will bo followed by the Koyal. Court on venture that he
j Will Practice In all Courts -- theme for the Carnival Tampa I III torive electrical *arb. Chamberlain and the seven court dtrecI has purchased another lot which he

.:' \ State Federat: :;;.; on February 21 to 24. Monday, February 23. I tors on prancing steeds. I Immediately l is now finishing for market. Condi-

d Office adjoining Broadwajj Qasparllla was the name chosen for Elaborate preparations will be made rill.following Captain these and will hi. come lieutenants the daspa-, leadIng tions have changed so Since the corn

.) CltlzeM Bank Kifla.lDmfli the pirate king and crew. The famous for the defense of the city against HI. the gaily decorated floats with belt has run out of Its surplus cattle, k
Majesty a o"JII.c-;; and Ye MysticKrewe. : blood-thirsty pirates with their chests that the North
could
sea rover's name has been made At : will 1 occur the 'Of now readily absorb -
gold and
i more famous by the band of Tampans celebration In honor of the formal openIng I pirates Next jewels In line In of the march frolics will of life 600,000 Southern stockers per It

: t\\\ F B. JENKINS and their celebration, and now, with of the new structure L-aFayette which Street will brldlle.1 I the twelve floats of the Carnival appear annum at good prices.

all Florida joining in the celebration, a 1260,000 Association symbolizing the march of
for all the I '
time as a monument to administration the months, which 1
SURVEYOR and all the world contribuUng visitors which nave been produced
under It waa" con ,
.at a great expense under the direct supervision -
1 Oaaparllla will become sjsalxtUo structed. The ceremony will be opened I of expert artist. who have
r Fnternlt7 HaD XlaaImmee, yia of the truly gallant cat-throat. Bbcfc WE bar muslo furnished by Gasparllla the band. had twenty-five years' experience: In pro-
Mayor will make J.
W.
McKay dedicatory I IN
ducing the finest floats ever shown In ThompsonFUNERAL 4
& the members of the
year Oasparllla speech In the name of the city of Tarn I this country. and will be jewels of glittering -
;;;i crew elect their king and queen, and pa, presenting the bridge' to the people splendor. and garden,of flowers.At .
!
( Judge C. B. Parfchlll will respond The
themaids of honor 8 o'clock'on Tuesday the DIRECTORand
TSR. A. :s. HICKS keeping secret bridge will be magnificently I decorated.The evening
closing day of the
Carnival the night
their choice until the night of the
coronation ceremony will oe closed with a display -
: PIl7lidan ball. SHOW IS FREE TO ALL.. of daylight fireworks. water elaborate I ports and display regatta of will pyrotechnic take place.An ::. I

and Surgeon Then amid the acclamation of their Landing of King G..p.rlll. aquatics have been provided for, and the LICENSED EMBALMERStore 1 d
loyal subjects pirates and honor No Fake ""Concession to Mar Tarn- many small boats will be In brilliant ;
w \ Ofce PbollNi guard, V At 3JO: o'clock: the city will be thrown electrical ubi
: i State\ BaDk BId. Office 41-'".. 40 the king and queen are crowned at pa's Big Festival. Into confusion by the firing of guns a. the beautiful array.Hlllxborough This will River be held both In
,the pirate ship ,and its escort attacks
the greatest social event of the banks of which
.. 4 year. the city. In this escort will be seen will be strung with", electric -
Seven kings and queens have occupiedthe Though the big festival Tampa plan many of the finest private yachts that lights.Masked and Chapel, Stewart Ave.
: balls will be
Oaspartlla throne--ever since 1905. to give on February 21 to 24 will be make winter headquarters in southern rlubs In the city and given the courtesy at all the of

.... .... ....... .. .0000. when that feature of the fete was hit the biggest thing of $.he sort &*wr seen lone waters.of the This most water gorgeous pageant ever will seen be in the clubs I will be extended to aH visitors IDJIIBDOlI III. FLORIDA.

upon by the Gasparllla crew. in the South it will be free to alL this country. All the boats will be gorgeous upon request to the Carnival Com 1

On the shoulders of the captain and Parade, displays, pageant, firework In their holiday attire. The war mittee.There will also ;

L Dann & Dann that of a'number of the "old guard" and shows of the sort that can be seen vessels the enemy.lift anchor Discovering and proceed their to Inferior meet ball on beautiful Bayshore be a grand Drive open-air which ; U'i

"the inner circle" of Ye Mystic Krewe by all will form the attraction There force they realize the hopelessness of can be participated In by those In mask ... --.J '
the brunt of the work has fallen. Each will be no sideshows of the penny- combat and Joining the escort of the pirate and costume, or without as preferred. (
Company f.
Grocery by each Individual. This Is the only
ship follow"' It on Its victorious
headquarters are opened and the grabbing kind. Not concession has
year a
dance
course up the rivets The ship will of the Carnival which can be participated E. E. Wells '; ft
.-101 Br.. w.yj plans for the pageant worked out to been given, and there will be no tent land at the Tampa Bay J'II.d and In by both the masked and Unmasked TaI

the minutest detail. Costumes are specially shows, no fakers, no disagreeable or the krewe headed by their king and captain I, V? o/ Estate and insurance -I but
will march to the hotel, where they
4 ordered -this year each pirate cheap features to mar the celebration. 1 lie
will demand and receive the keys of the
j Operates the Cleanest Store will have two-and a special floor I Everything will be open and free and city and there will be a scene of gleeas SOUR ACID STOMACHS ii 4Isto
built for the one ball at the Tampa all visitors will be given oarda to the the pirates gloat over their rich .

andSells the Freshest Croceries Day Casino. I I many balls that are to be given by treasurer QA8ES OB PTOIQESTIOH i I
; the the
Immediately landing of the
,d ": of Any: House ;in Kissimmee.c At the outset of he plan the Casparttlas -I various clubs and societies. pirates will Morocco upon Temple of Mystic Shrln- Each "Rape'. Dlapepeln" digest 3000 MAKE A SPECIALTY OF RENTING .... 5V IthcI
engaged Tn a tournament at are start their parade, headed by a i i40ptece
Shriner band at the Tampa Bay grain' food ending. all st.maf1 r ten
\ the track the members of ,
Tampa Ray
......... .. . ...... .....00.... the astride of trusty steeds The formal dedication of the newbridge Hotel and will march through the city. misery In five minute HOUSES AND ROOMS u I wo
.
crew
will be of the Gasparllla
c .' _ _ _ _ _ striving to outdo each other with lance a part great. Electric Pageant j Ion.
Fiesta to be given at 2O3 Broadway ffiont 372 V
i
Tampa
Time It! In five minutes all stomach ;
At ISO: o'clock the fantastic and eleo- I
and shield, as the knights of old. The
.- 4 February 21 to 24. Tampa Is mighty trlcal pageant will wend Its way, distress will go. No Indigestion r- --,
V4
: R. F. PARKER. pirate ship early became one of tile proud of that fine $250,000 brldtf and through the city headed by Oasparllla I heartburn, sourness or belching ofga
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permanent features of the Oasparllla and his krewe. This' parade ,
want all of Its friend. in Florida to Lr
elln.r'n acid eructations of undigested '
slat of" 75 elaborately or
coming the pirates sailing the harbor -
up I come and take a look at It. It''is, luminated float'*, accurately' portrayingallegorical food BO rtitflnosa ***.i, tos* OOOO.OOOO..OO..OO.OOO.O fr .
landing in the city and taking
TA'IJORr .
without doubt, the best bridge in the and mystical scenes followed breath naadaeha.Pane's ,
possession of it and its' fair maids. by hundreds of Illuminated autos and or
state and one of the beet In the country noted ,
li for its
Gasparllla a Gay Dog. many marching clubs tn weird and fantastic Dlapepaln THE
', costumes, monster illuminated speed In regulating upset stomach ed
Qaspartlla was one of the buccaneerswho dragons and serpents, giants and dwarfs GRAYSTqNE Ith,
DarIiittiE. Ave
it It Is the stomach remedy
aures Quickest
made the gulf a terror to hon and forty autos .Semlnole Indians. 1l: .
eat seamen In the troubled day at No fake "concession have been will march direct to the Bayshore drive In the whole world and besides it

: old to take the money of the gullibleand where at I o'clock a most magnificent Is harmless. Put an 'end to stomach '
of the
the close eighteenth
,) I i\century and elaborate pyrotechnical display TO to. n. TIM : )
.; ',r-. V and the beginning of the nineteenth. furnish cause for,offense or scan lasting two hours, will be given. Noth trouble forever by. getting a large

\ 'Thrasher Spain'* power was fast dlslategratlnc.Great dal. Tampa 41* not giving the big ing like this display has ever before fifty-cent 1 case' of .Pap '. Dlapepeln New and second-hand avtoaao- u

/ V : ? c-F. Britain France, Spain and the QajparUla festival to make money, but been seen In Dixie: Bet pieces showing from any) drug store. You realize in | ; biles for. sale from MOe te brs
(the digging of the Panama Canal. Presi ooo, at Ora.tone Ge-tact
United-State each flew Its Hag overthe as a mean of .showing tile world what dent Wilson, Mayor McKay and other five minutes bow' needle it Is to suffer -, ,, I: J

J ? METAL WORKER shores washed by the gulf stream.. there .is in onthFtortda.,,It pays the l local scenes will-be displayed. This fea : frojn Indigestion, dyspepsia &Q'-' 19. TniaU rt... 1.0. feiTO "I IftT. > Lwirrr
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steel Ceilings Speflally.. It waa No Man.'* Jand sad the I expense: and invites its blends to come tore. alone will 'cost the .Carnival, ComJftftt."mo..tbal1..0. stomach disorder';. Ifa the -quickest" : ; '... :

V Iii.Ipsae.s; yls;,, .and V the troUo. ;A. good Tha.beavty' aureet.anel wait harmless stomach .,ft....e..es f se.. ..so' .,
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to occupy' theTpr' in4s...' I .We ereett fw,t&tlr'eacceea, BO much ''' T\ ,. .' ' '. ,
'WhittierHfedame > I. The hotel*.; sure ,,doing'.a', ';'air.btirlJulian' :: =:'I to 4he..lani; '.. .*. to 'the people ..them .' I 'f i '' : ' il' -
selves. With' half the :
.n.... V i energy and.nteW..nee .
.. fontadoca''baa' /purchase4 anew that I.I being ,,exerted"insi ," .. .'.
,Humor.i,for 'a number'"ofK I sawmill, 'H.''propose.'we understand '' :great many. rl..eea. 'one can make I far:,. {' . :
cititens r' to locate near the ,railroad' goodon any 0 land In this locality. .. ,: j.t" ,' ; ,
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held; our 'spell-bound If ef the I" I .,''
.The sawmill business has hitherto some intelligent It: 'i" I'
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er: remarkable prophecies. Rail been"'deemed somewhat knockers of this region should make .. "i ''c ' I, ,', '... : ,jf :
i,.was her, most potent ,theme, 1 but AS' Julian.hai always precarious made a.suc,. a' trip of investigation through the !fi' .. ... .. ......,,-:,.......,..,..- ..,'.,."'...." ,'w .X.":...,. .,..,..t' '.,.. ,* -,. "_ .
er remarkably theories concern- ''ce.. out' of previous undertakings above named counties and, see the !Ii ''jQj.i.; "' ''''>,'>, .1., " : : ,t.Ii' "
Khls,coming:event, kept our-peo webeliev. that.h.'wUlnot be'a fail. class of 'Iand"that"J. being' farmed .- .. or .'-- excite- .
ft.Q">:a".continuous. railroad state df and with ure In this one:. , .. successfully, they would' return home Yi.U. ,tj .'
Knewed confidence came in this old Time up,'so wishing the Valley' Gar the best boosters of us all. Of course 'i :' 'siw1
zette it-editor1 and' a triply the unintelligent'membersof .
inMears owner many ,
ler. Now she-has whispered .,
.of'' Whittierites a' coming happy return., of the new year'that '. the.Annania Club would, result .- ,... .': .. l
has so recently cone in,will in nothing- liar. are some :'of -th. .. -
lay over ,, !' ,J. ".. -
which Rex fears' at I
tnes* .pres.'disclose' that be coming and goings anddoing,, ) of I. ,.. '. ',' .
M> for fear.his\boosting /what more might fcaid for .I. ., .. en.U x' '
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some other time /REX. our people -i ,, ) I .\
frrity"might be ,placed in doubt, The'unsightly 'pines have been 're ; 4 /" .,
ne's watching, and waiting' like J :>.:
moved fromGilchrlst

rcst.of our!I.citizen the:name, given to 1 1Kenansville II'' Hunterland II ground ornamentation.ploughed Trees and in will readiness Park be plant.the for' I o "i".y'kl"!'; .

new depot situated about one; ed u soon, as received from the I.
one-half miles from our city. A nursery. ', "

B house for has the been benefit erected of travelersM at, that. Hunterland, .Jan. 14.-The regular Mr. Cyruv Payne, on Sand Lake, EEOmeGeorge .. !Ii
on
meeting of- the Truckers' Association could teach some of.our landscape artists ti
'res-! !
of .substantial '
a''number
of Hunterland a'ew points. His place Is a
erected, in close was held to- !Ii ,
have been
ei: library' was added beautiful picture, 'and Is rapidly !Ii
2y'A to theassociation
imity to the road 5 trains leave with Mr. P. H. growing more beautiful all the time !Ii I ')" !Ii
Meneley in "
station in the evening,: returning charge. There being no other business One ofour"new residents is a ten- :, '
Kiffht. At present' there la only of importance the pound boy at the residence of Mr. and .
,
Btraln but It iscalculatodH meeting was -
per day, adjourned. Mrs. n .ton..
a. business and travel increases Mr. George Harlan, of Moneta, '
H a necessity will exist for greater January 21at-The regular meeting Wyoming was a guest of the Pines 'I
of the association
held
mmodationa Wbittier had beenHling was today last week.
on its west side, but our peohave with a good attendance after the Mr .and Mrs. G. A. Whitley of I

changed since the road wast president transaction, Mr.of the W. W.business Chandler. our,vice-who New York, are now residents 01 Orange Blackstone Irving, a: lecturer of national:

Bd.and A and mail ere long Whittier road the is being will present be built com-railKsita toHkect I Just Kenansville returned(Whittier from a) trip was through called inc build.a Center.tent to Mr.lire Whitley In until is he'utllis-can, II ,reputation, and "Better-Town Promoter" by profession


Bbleted the the two two places will and just when about it be i. I I upon railway to, report the report on the was all-important favorable, Mr.for James himself Flannerry and his father inspectedland last has written a' :book; called "My Town," .'the message ', 1 ft "


H ource the, difference of same. in controversy names! may, but be ,' Kenansville stating that ten there cars had of crossties arrived, sjxcare at I with week conditions Mr. F. was here highly pleased I of which he states' is,, "Buy' at:'Home/7 The, ., '

He the new aspect which has been of steel and that'aome teams Mr. William Till well, of Indiana, :i!. '
Bed on the matter exists, conser- ; had grade.already Various commenced other items work of on im the, and Mr. W. I. Hyde, of Philadelphia, Springfield' [Mass.] board of trade awarded Mr. Irving, ,

km prevails among our popula- 1 were guests of Mr. Stokes at the !Ii
and we are fully convinced that others portance'were the secretary then discussed was instructedto among: Sand Lake grove this week. .. x a prize of $500 for 'the'bestplan submitted for promoting =
B are ready for any reasonable Mr. and Mrs. Randall Keen have :
that be in the fu- communicate with the Hunter' the interests of their city. He has studied y
B promise may Land Company in regard to the erec- returned to their home in O. C., after ,

presented.Irhittier has a barber shop, con- tion meeting of a was hotel then at broght Hunterland.to a close.The : several. months' stay in Kissimmee. subject in this country and abroad. Consequently the'l',: I 4

ted by Randolph Young, which is W. A. Spence is busy getting his
Capt. John Chandler, who is
running in for I knows what he is about and the f
ig a lair business. a freight boat between Sebringand ground shape potato planting.Mrs. writing ,
Reed. ,of section 6 in
K brings
livery stable erected by Quinn Hunterland is en route to Se
Hs, which appears to support the bring for supplies for the Hunter-' some tomatoes of the finest Irish potatoes and quotations make a strong advertisement for the Buy-

fcrietor, and a butcher or meatBkct land store, he was accompanied by seen. J
by'John\ Story, which is wellBonized Mr. J. A. Wilhite. i Mr. Cassidy is preparing groundfor ing-at-Home movement: '
and an auto line between Mr. W. W. Chandler, our member a thorough trial pf Rhodes grass I
I I
V city and yours which appears toBTpajring of the school board, has returned as a hay-maker.
industries.Ve from the county seat, and reports Mr. Ditter has closed his school I IHi "Every citizen of a community, farmer, laboring mon professional

ae sadly in need of a connec- Kissimmee looking fine. in available Conway minute and is of putting his time in improving every, man-each and all owe a heavy debt to their''town. Altogether : 1'

railroad be effected line to by.JJt'Klssimmiee little enterKe whichHd progressive Mr. Paul Bernard truckers, one and of horticulturist our most- his place in section 24. too many citizens are objects of charity from their fellow; ifi t

and our opinion is that it wouldBa I is at work planting onefourthacre citizens in accepting community prosperity and enjoyments with S

paying investment to the par- of Irish potatoes and claims ai, !ifiifi out giving value received."
!Ii
H connections good, heavy rain woulil be bene- '
| impression perfecting i Is such ere long the govKnent asH ficial. very E. B. L CampbellWe II "A resident of a town should always patronize that business M

will use the railroad for the his community, the owner of which resides there, in preference to .

Hpsportation Hout the mail of route mails, between this throw-our are having some nice, warm that business, the owner of which resides out ..of town. This.principle I'I'Ii s

Kr and .Kla lmmee which will great- II NarcoosseeJulian I] weather now and every one is enjoy- applies to every line of business." ;,
mpede travel between the two ing the winter months. \
Kees.Blie.- Mrs. Mary Griffin, from Port "So widespread is the principle of home: investment that,tho'

postoffice at .Lanier having Montsdoca and wife spent Tampa was visiting her cousin last German Empire has organized a >against American bonds

Bn discontinued an increase ofBtal Friday with his mother, Mrs. Weltham week Mr. Miss R. D.Flossie Waring Bryant., of Kissimmee, urging that home interests need all local capital. The general .. .
business is imposed on the Montsdoca, and returned to his '
is I of the International Harvester told the writer I. '
{master at Whittier. The presentHtmaster home at Whittier having a two-story house built manager ,Company

is young in the cause and John McNerland and wife, of this near Miss the Ernestine depot. Brown visitor that it is more difficult to introduce their products in Germany '-
was a !
K- additional responsibility is a place, made business to St.
a trip
than in other When this
nation. nation
acts
Brge which will for a while be aOUB Cloud Monday. of Misses Lynette and Valeria any a way Jaltl1otalaIi
burden. We are informed Mr. Clair Brickley, from Harrison, Hogan, of Loughman, last Sunday. nificant lesson for towns ?" x
t Mr. W. H. Savage, of Bull Creek, 0., is here to assist his brother Mrs. LucyBronaon and son, Elton
Hr.made application for the re-es- Charles, to run Ute sawmill. visited friends of Loughman Sunday. x taw a.f
Yes it is lesson for this a.
Born Mr. significant
to and Mrs. Melt Tues- community.
a
Bishment of said office and asHire Mrs. Crane, of Cincinnati, 0., and very _
are a number of citizens in sister, Mrs. Reed artl husband, from day Mrs.a daughter. a a.k
fi neighborhood who will be sermly Toronto, Can., are spending the win- Texas Strickland, of Jacksonville Wi
is 'I
relatives here.
visiting .
discommoded by. lack of mail ter at Hotel Runnymede.What Miss Flossie
visitor
llities we should suppose that the might have been a very serious Bryant was a i
ernment would favor said applica- occasion ended favorable when of Miss Ola Campbell Sunday. """ ............ ........ .. ....... ...... .. ....... ...... ... ." ''''. '
three men from Hotel Runnymedewent The Campbell packing house has : .
closed for the i iifi
season. Nt
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Kex made a business trip with sailing Friday morning.and. the We have been expecting some one {
fcy.Godwin to the residence of hismer boat capsized, and when help arrived to put a store up' but no one will ,
(Riley's) on Monday of lastmk. they were almost exhausted. a C. STANFORD COMPANY '
take the hint.
M, 1>, Tindall several ii .' : RULL BASS MARKET i t' /
'A fifteen-mile ride in a curry spent dayswith' ; Mr. Jim GoodmAn wife and Geeds. aid SIa... ., .," .
his brother-in-law, Julian daugh ." Dry Qotkiaf 'e" '{i,'" :. : ; ,:,1/1

Bnied vg tut horses two along hours which by ;a a pair made two-mile of the fast trip trav-walk in Montsdoca William,Montsdoca,of ,Whittier.has, started his ter,,was'visiting., relatives CARNATION.,,'here' Sunday i "n" ,",':' ,, FarmuLiiigf 'aid Notionj- . "' :. 1't"d' "'tea..::.,'".'r't:.'.>.t t;,.. F resh r., >Mend_of'An.KJa.i.. ,Vii',J'"i': ,( \ '.""i:iii .'

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tough the marsh to the river andtut new house. Mr Frank !is doing the y; -

half mile in a row boat, carried carpenter work. !Ii
I to our destination. The papersVcuted Fred Hill, Jr., is honfe on a week's GIVE "SYRUP OF FIQS" S'

transferred something over visit his to last his parents.in college.Fred is spending TO CONSTIPATED CHILD !Ii CLARK A MEIKLBJON !IiIi
what year
pOO acres of land and was we
Hu a rather extensive investment. John Doty and daughter, of Harrison !Ii
0., who was head sawyer at the !fi DUTTON-HARRIS, CO.SHOES Real Estate j: "
Eur) Democratic Rooster still voicesY Delicious "Fruit Laxative" can't harm '
Narcoossee sawmill, will arrive Wed- n
he ad- tender little Stomach, liver
stentorian
proclamation Yi
nesday to take his old place at the I 1M Broadway .
finishes fowldom against the Inlqulof and bowels.Look :
believing mill.A S- I
over-egg production special car of people from Cincinnati $- I
Hat the present over-crowded con- "
are expected to arrive here at the tongue mother! It
aon of their race is tempting tooHuiy
human gonnandyers to become Wednesday. coated your little one's stomach liver WATERS CARSON GROCERY ,
A. T. Meeker expects: to start his and bowels need cleansing at once.
feachers, his tadpole and minnowHpply new house this week. When peevish cross, listless doesn't Sfi COMPANY 5
He has be-
being abundant. Watermelons will be cheap in alee?, eat or act naturally, or Is feverish it
Bme ao fat and saucy and that becomes he pre- Narcoossee this year. Page and ...stomach soar breath bad; has KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO. 1 i
mes on his authority Waters art planting six acres; O. E. sore throat diarrhoea, full of cold rive : !II;
H dictatorial as the Czar of Russia.Hunters Mitzel "California of HiW Everytkiag far la. IIi --.
and son Edward twenty acres; a teaspoonful of Syrup .
Paradise is full stocked atKesent William Montadoca, five acres. 'i Pigs," and In a few hours all the foul, :i J. E. Ra.k, Ka..s.. S
and if results are not shown George Snyder has bought a horse; constipated waste undigested food a; NELSON REALTY COMPANY o!IiI "yi

very short time we will be great- and wagon to attend his grove with. and lOur bUe gently; moTes out of Its he, 9 DacfagtM Avm.s j !fiy
K Max Moore and wife from Batavia, little trowels without griping, and you
Rexriis still domiciled with theBimwdya 0., are spending; the winter here,'. bye a well playful child: again. Ask I! '
the patriarch has so far revered looking after his possessions. Mr. roar dragglst for a Btoent( botUe of !Ii \ I
B>: as to be around in pretty Moore and J. B. Houser have boughtthe California Syrup of Figs," which eon- F.-a LAWSON
Kir shape. Mont doca grove of Frost Proof, tales full directions for babies children D. G. McKAY REAL ESTATE ',
Messrs. McClelland and Young con- also the M. D. Tindall grove 'of Ash-'. of all ages and .for growo-upa. = Cash Sian a

toting the mercantile establishKient ton 10 Bn adway AGENCY ,.j ;
fair Mrs. Stickney and Mrs. Bracey, of !Ii
in berg, are doing a
our
; St. Cloud For Sale-Ten.acres high and dry, '"
most spent Friday: with friends $ $
of our
oainea. Very many .
fair house, fine
just coming
young grove -
Kble citizens taking advantage of I here.The !$; ,
facilities purchasing butcher business is increasing into bearing. $1,000, time on !SfiW .
ransportation their supplies from are Jacksonville, to such an extent that last Thursday part. Owner, Box 681, Ki.aiDl'Set .
r
C. E. Allegood had to have a lady Fie.
.
Khus removing a large part of their Sfi HUNTER LAND CO.
from merchants, butftbere assistant. Meats will surely have to
tronage are still enough our of our people advance Shut rice. 'O.OOOO"'O'OtOOOOOtO'If 9; Rtal) EstaiaW.G.HANKINS
Dan and friends made
who are loyal to home dealers to keep an SfiW ...
auto trip here from Kissimmee Sun-
fcur merchants busy W. B. MAKINSON co. !I; !Ii'.
day. While here, they visited H. H. you want an s-room boose
I.The game as a general rule, hasCMcen Hull and family.H. close In, modern In every way. !Ii Hardware, SypB.a !Ii. H
driven Cader7.Beat
to their secret haunts, .
H. Hull is kept quite busy witha $1500. cash.If .
off by the dogs and fusilage by hunt- gang of men setting out citrus !Ii ud HackUary.HR ,' !Ii :
fcrs from other sections of the State. fruit trees. Already he has set. out iron want a <-fo.m house on Add'lag Mackhe aad TyjmrrUsrs
but the losses this winter, it is predicted about 200 acres and is not near rood street, lot lOOxUTH.: $$00 = ; + ,
will be comparatively few, through yet. cash. '
I Cattle as a rule, have thus far --II.
stood the winter very well. A few of If you want a l-room hens IS.Ii IS. r
them are in a delapldated condition and 10 acres of land, (1100 cash;
I the cow resembles, to a certain extent II Orange CenterDear II very eacy terms on 1 alaaee. = DANJTS DEPARTMENT STORK .'''.
which Is but little.
the human race, some of them 7'
I would starve where the industrious !Ii Dry GeeA(1..1'-,.Shier.F.r.irhhlp /
i If you want a 10-aere tract. !Ii; -
ones would thrive. !Yi 5 ud JOe Star ;' "
,
Gazette: 1100 1100 cub
I Weather conditions have been KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.WaoIesaU '
Two weeks have passed since yon m
I somewhat peculiar since winter let Orange If yon want a 10-aore tract '- $- I ,
heard'from Orange Center, and "
ud Retafl.
;
I in cash a
the thermometer having ranged Center has in those two ISEO UIO !Sfi _

I I from 42 of to December.78 degrees since the in- weeks.' At 'the time grown when :your correspondent ''If yon want a It-acre ,tract 055! 'p..21 I 3. PRENT13' ; '

rmine should have been writing 1400, |100 easn. !Ii z--; "... ... <, '.; 1'
I Hardshell Church has procured to you he was out on a' rubber-neck I .. Organ, TaDdacSewkf . -u-I.: , =
I ed a preacher by'the name of Haines, trip through Seminole, Voluaia" St. Easy terms te suit purchaser !Ii; MacUae.Hr .,: '.\ U.!:
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I the Drawdy's have left the congreI Johns and Putnam counties.- We >-Oil. either: of above properties. Ie' .' ...
I cation of the tmterrified, some pre- have no desire to discredit anything ;n .' ,
I destinarian doctrine created the dis- in those counties, but in all candor, AtKMr. Summer !Ii ; ,_
agreement The Rev. Guy continues we failed to see anything to beat or "'
te .
I his, ministration to the missionary. even equal Orange and Oceola ..coun 'ell Penfleld. Bear Clyde. <. '". ., ". ...-..
branch.Mr. .. ties. (Clyde: the ,2ndAte., W.;..f ,; Ji J , ,, .

:/ .. Bull Bass and lady. viaited"wtt1e. In a grab number of place we wcourt ho1lM'tpadlac',. >t.) .; / ' t"'y'c8 .. '
.. during the week. Rull found people doing'creditable.work ;......._ of'W, or--.n ,. ,, M a" 1 I

..11 urc ed .the-Baa Drawdy,., pace with the lands. and making. money. ,..,ap.. .. ,.. ......., .............. YirM_! _! _MHiMMMKfMfitffMJiiM! ! ._ lllJlli .tiJi.
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China and another in' India.' He The dining room ,of the hostess previous notHfe, as the law has'prac. ,
combines In his personality piety, ....--.;;.. was artistically decorated in magnificent tically been a dead letter since Its '
. scholarship and spirituality, and "will' '',AND ARE roses and a course of, refresh. passage.,, Mr. Ingram states that USUALLY
i OFFERS: ALL bring a message' worth while to all, COME'TO K1SSIMMEE ments'was charmingly served.* '' > without exception the, '' .merchants' \,
The public will be welcome to these' ENTERTAINED BY J. M. The ;purpose of the organization stated' they 'would willingly comply o .

services. WILLSON, JR. is to bring about a closer relation be. with this order, and .he anticipates no
p These laymen are planning'to havea 1 tween home and school and the child trouble along that line in the future.
WELCOME gathering at Fireman's Hall, Tues- eensatiori-was on and mother and to co-operate with
A day, February 10, from 8 to 10 Quite a town sprung when, on. our teachers in the physical, mental AREOODft
'" o'clock, 'p. m., to which all regular the people of our beheld an and"moral development of children, TOMATO GIRLS
'l attendants these afternoon meet- Thursday morning they 1- :
s of automobile that had come into our and to aid any movement that has,. ;

.A The ings ministers and their of wives the city are and invited.their I midst loaded with men all of the oriental world cos like fir its and object commercial the octterment conditions of of our social ELECT OFFICERS In AII'|arts of This Sunshine -'
tume, and looking
Roads As Fine As Any wives are also invited On this occasion had hailed direct from Morocco. ciy. r ,
a report is expected from II they these Open sessions will be held from ;;
strange
''j committee looking to more perfect !Investigation proved time to time to discuss subjects of WORk WITII State "
to he members of the I CLUB STARTS '
organization, which will be duly conideied looking( men ; .,
Boost
State Can Arabic Order, Nobles of -theMystic importance to mothers and children ,.
Ancient
<- and adopted if acceptable. of and to hear helpful talks by our TWELVE MEMBERS, WIIO I,
Shrine, and their place residence I -
'The good women will erve refreshments
i "school superintendents ministers
further removed than Jacksormllc ARE DISPLAYING MUCHENTIlUSIASII.
no
and Home spicy toasts are to the doctors and teachers and all interested BUT IT IS SILLY TO EXPECT' '
This they proved by
: : follow. It is expected also that at' .
CLIAMTE IS I'NEXCELLLOAND in childwelfare.
; TilE Ix'ttutiful "dgn-i" which they had displayed I The most vital LARGE FINANCIAL RETURNS
this meeting the men will ,renew their ,
f
: THE SOli. IS MOST PRODUCTIVE on both sides of the machine, question of today, is the "'Boy and .
consociation th voik of the ,
I to assoI Girl" question. It is time all cities UNLESS CARE IS TAKEN '
.
l' -!MA.Nt' CROPS I ciation and lay plans for pressing stating that this ,was the "Morocco headed and towns were aroused when we Although only at active workone IN
Car" and that they were PRELIMINARY
onward with the work. Scout week, Miss Joe Berta Bryan has
consider that last
f SHOW BIG RETI'RNS! : for Tampa. The trip is taken in year 60,000 boys sized Tomato
formed a very healthy WORK.
I arid girls filled our prisons and
reform
I interest of the Mystic Shriners,
I EACH; \K.\U.: (' !' the : schools. Club of the young ladies of the cityto /
and the purpost is to make arrangements twelve and from
SEATS ARE NOW The members of the club the number of ,
for all S riners to take advan- seem '
'I the enthusiasm they are 'displaying It is a noticeable fact that ma '
wide awake and
interested in this ,
tage of Clasparilla; Week in Tampa.A thei of the farmers of the Northwest wy'scome '
has more uncultivated success is bound, to crown
Florida today
important movement and the beautiful .
IN CITY PARKS' A" al train has been arranged for to Florida .'
productive land than. any State in ] town of Kissimmee promises to efforts. on a prospecting' ;
the Union. Of the more than 27- ,, which will leave Jacksonville Sunday have one of the most progressive The majority of the members of tour begin at once to compare the,, .
---- morning, February 22, and will have their tenth-acre soil of Florida with that of their! .
000.000 acres, lens, than 10) per cent is Keif-culture clubs of the South. the club already
i ', actually in culti\ation." It I is not I becau..e I LADIES' OF CIVIC' LEACIJEAND, \I, stop at Kissimmee and all other station / plowed and seed bedsplanted, hut own locality, entirely from the"Stand-;, I,:
,i the land is pool, nor because -* for the purpose of taking there are a few who are still lookingfor point of its profitable yield of wheat. "
the lunate is bad, n<"' because we \ALLEY GAZETTE WIN THE | Shriueis to the celebration. During MOST PECULIAR ground to cultivate, and it is They look at the !Florida sand and I
[y; tire not near the markets I It is because FIGHT(: FOR PUBLICCOMFORT I I that week also] there will be fully one hoped that Home man will come for- then think of the black loam of- Their },
; Florida! has been ovei,looked. ': hundred men initiated into the mysteries ward and offer land sufficient to accommodate Northern farms and shake their .
: I It is because the Slate has not had I I of the order, and a big timeis AUTO ACCIDENTMACHINE every girl who desires to heads in a doubtful manner as to the: ';

; the attention from her own people, ---- I III expected. In the Scout car were join the club. prospects of gaining a living from f.
of the world outside, that she has W. M. Uostwick, Jr., A. Y. Milain W. The club held its first meeting that kind of soil. They fail to rea,'. i
,W, i not nor been developed II One of the city's parks on Broad- F. Winchester, R. J. Gallespie, and DRIVEN ny PAT Saturday of last week and elected the lize that Florida puts forth no claims w:
y, In point of climate! that Florida way is-. now adorned with seven handsome M. B. Craig. Mr L. B. Washington,, JOHNSON DOES FUNNY following off it-era: President, Ger- as a competitor of Minnesota, Iowa," .
\ cannot he excelled anywhere in scats" painted green. There are of Jacksonville has the special car trude McKay; vice-president, Muriel and the Dakotas as a wheat producing -, J
I America. Come to Florida and we 'I five more seats ready to' be placedon arrangements in his control, and anyone STUNTS ON BROAD Prentis; secretary, Amy Makinson. State. But they also fail to realize ' I'
will show the most equable climate one of the other parks. The citizens wishing' mom information should that an acre of Florida sandy 't\'\"
: the you world, with more sunshine I and! visitors of the town have write to him The Scout car left WAY.A I soil, plus the balmy climate of Flor-
,, in when needed and more rain felt the need of these seats for a longtime soon after dinner for the south. CHANGES IN ida, plus the proper fertilizer, will r .
f when wanted, than any country pos I and it in through the efforts of I While in our city the Shriners were strange automobile accident oc- often produce as much net cash at. w
I the Ladies' Civic League that this entertained royally, Mr. J. M. Will- cured Sunday morning about 9:30: 25 or even 50 acres of wheat land. f'Twentyfive
.} sesses.Come to Florida, and we will show work has been done. The Valley Gazette I son, Jr., a prominent lodge man, tak- o'clock on Broadway near the post- A. C. L. OFFICIALSMIKE I bushels of wheat to the I .
the finest soil under the sun. We also has always advocated the ing charge of the visitors. Incident- office. Pat Johnston and his brother- acre is a big average yield. ,
'" jI you will show land producing 120 placing of seats in the parks and it is ally it might be mentioned that this in-law were riding with moderate This amount of grain sells at from .,1\\
ti 4 bushels of corn you to the acre; we will safe to say that they will be appreciated car and its occupants were photographed speed between Darjington and Stew- CROWN BECOMES SUPERINTENDENT 65c to 75c per bushel after it is hauled'y
show land producing five, six and by the people, and especiallythe with the moving pictures art avenues, when in some way the OF! TERMINALS to the local market. In other words, \ 6
r seven you crops of alfalfa and other hay visitors, who, up to now, have which were -taken here Thursday. steering gear became disarranged, it is good land, a good crop and stiff ('
,' ; a year; we will show you land pro- had hardly any place to rest, except and turned the machine directly over AT JACKSONVILLE. prices that brings back $17.50 to $20 ,,(
ducing the finest potatoes, and more the dock, which is a most uncomfortable the curb stone, and into the front of per acre, gross. Three or four good .;.
j of them, than any country in the place and an eyesore to our out- CIVIC LEAGUE TO the building occupied by John Red- Many changes in officials of the orange trees often yield this amount'of
s world; we will show you land producing of-town visitors! I who usually expressa I dit as a jewelry shop. The machine Atlantic Coast Line Railway were money value and plenty of grape i
I ii the finest tomatoes, beans, celery mild surprise that a go-ahead city crashed through the middle pillar of announced January :'iO in a circular. fruit trees bring that amount from f,
cabbages, lettuce, turnips carrots I as Kissimmee should be content with GIVE EXCURSION the porch, tearing down the large They are effective February 1. a single tree, says the Orlando Sen-
such a dock. 1 sign and breaking the front window. tinel.
t' and all other vegetables practi- The new appointments are J. N.
tally every month in the year in I The court house yard has also several A large crowd immediately gathered, Brand, 'general superintendent, trans- It is therefore obvious that to
t' , largely profitable quantities.. We seats placed in it. This is also ON L\KE NEXT THUItSI>A Y- and upon examination it was found ferred from Savannah to Jacksonville make any intelligent comparison be-
will show you the finest sugar cane due to the work of the Ladies'' Civic FARE FOR TRIP. TWENTY- that neither occupant of the machinewas ; Superintendent McCraine, of tween the. products of the two localities '- 1

1 frown in the world in large quantities League. FIVE CENTS. injured, and only a few minor Waycross, promoted to general superintendent all these well known facts I'
J and at big profits; we will show breaks had occured to the automobile.It at Savannah; O. T. War should be taken into consideration.
the finest groves of oranges, was one of those exciting incidents ring, engineer of'roadway, at Savannah Of course there are chances to take' .
1 a you grape-fruit, avocados, guavas, bananasr JOHN M'RUGDERACCIDENTALLY Whenever the members of th. ,which at first looks like much injury to be superintendent at Way. on the orange crop. Some years the,
ti ti pineapples, and all tropical I Civic League undertake to do any- I 118 done, and which upon investigation I cross; C. J. Enworth, now employed yield is poor -and sometimes the
trus fruits. We will show you SHOT thing, they make it a success, and { show only a few scratches. in the office of Mr. Warring at Savannah prices are poorer, but there are also x
strawberry patches in midwinter that the excursion they will give next I becomes engineer of roadway many chances to take on the what
, produce berries at 60 cents, 75 cents I Thursday February 24th, will be one at that place. T W. Hansel), crop, or a corn crop or a hay crop. ;
i and a dollar a quart for Northern of the most enjoyable events of theseason !GEORGE AND GUY I assistant superintendent of third division In a large section of South Da'c''
CAME NEAR BEING A will be by a kota the
4 s markets. We will show you every- I WHAT and patronized ; Mike Crown, superintendent past year the drouth wasso
thing that grows in the ground or I i TRAGEDY RESULT OF BOYS large number, especially as the fare i LEASE THE PASTIME of terminals at Jacksonville. These, prolonged that the wheat crop .r
i 'i. above the ground, in quantity and for the trip will be only 25 cents. I changes are brought about by severance scarcely paid for the seed and the
SHOOTING RIFLE The Civic League has been one of labor, without any profit to the land
y r quality equal to the most productive by Morton Riddle, of Jackson-
I the principal factors in making Kis- owner who rents out his land
onthe
countries in the world. I I ville, of his connections with the Atlantic -
AND WILL BRING THAT PLEAS-
simmee of the most beautifuland 'I shares. This is .
Come to Florida and we will show one ] Coast Live Railway to become not written to disparage
Monday evening two boys cities in the South, URR HOUSE UP TO THE in the
t"" you some of the finest improved roadsIn young progressive superintendent of the Florida East I any way magnificent f'
America. We will show you were trying their skill at the shoot- and deserves the most liberal patronage HIGHEST STANDARD. Coast Railway. farming sections of the great North-
country road paved with brick, ing gallery on Stewart avenue, when at the hands of our people. A I west, which have for years furnished "
;' twenty and twenty-five miles in I by some unexplained means one, ride on Lake Tohopekaliga is delightful George and Guy Gardner, who the world with well filled bread baskets ;'
1 length. We will show you the finest whose name is John McGruder, was at all times, but when in company have so successfully conducted the AnnouncementFOR and will continue to do so to the ;,
macadam roads over which you can shot in the body and arm, with a with the best of Kissimmee's principal cafe of the city for the past profit of those who cultivate. The
travel hundreds of miles. We will target rifle in the hands of Ernest society it is doubly so. The boat will several months, have, leased the Pastime statement is made simply to insist r
/ ', ''how cities with every modern Hyde. Just how the accident hap- leave city dock promptly at 2 p..m. Theater, and assumed control MAYOR.I that in making comparisons, all the
.",, convenience you paved streets and ev. pened will possibly never be, known, yesterday, disposing of their cafe to hereby announce myself as a can.. facts should be taken into consideration. -
K-erything that makes for the comfort as both boys were too badly frightened Mr. Jones, who formerly conductedthe didate for the office of Mayor; of Kis .
,i "+\'PI":<'and happiness of the people. to tell an exact story. TWENTIETH CENTURY theater-in fact, it was a trade of simmee, subject, of course, to the If a man wishes to raise wheat and ,'
1' Come* to Florida and we will show The McGruder youngster displayed businesses. action of the Democratic white pri Western, cattle, and enjoys the cold I
you the most healthful country in a good deal of nerve when in the The Gardner boys, as they are gen- mary. II. R. MAY. climate, he should not come to Flor- ,
s''i ,..' the world. We will show you a j physician's hands a few minutes after SELF-CULTURE CLUB I erally known in Kissimmee, have ida. But, as often happens, he for ,f
t( L lower per centage of mortality than the shooting, saying the time to spent most of their life here, and FOR MAYOR.I any reason desires to live in a warmer \.
that shown by any other country. I be game was when the emergencyarose are known to every man, woman and hereby announce myself as a can- climaet and he wishes to look over I
'\ y and stood the probes and dress I child for I didate for the office of Mayor of Kis- the in ,
i' "'; Come to Florida and we will showS NEW ORGANIZATION THAT I miles around. That they opportunities Florida for making
'1 the most hospitable, intelligent ',ing like an old-time Westerner will bring the Pastime up to the simmee, subject to the action of the a living at farming or fruit culture
.,S fv. you and progressive people in the world. The bullet entered the young WILL BE OF MUCH PROFIT( highest; standard, and put on nothing white primary, and ask the support he should bear all these details
f :<> *.'<. We will show you communities in'I man's breast just beside the heart AND PLEASURE TO, but the best plays and pictures, all I I lof the white voters. in his mind. To simply generalizewith !
; I which you can live and-be happy to a and hitting a rib glanced and want our people know, for they are full of I D. R. BLENIS. one eye shut and one ear closed,
i ti.': \ ripe old age. We cannot show you 1 Into the left arm at the elbow. lie OUR LAI>IES. energy and vim, and good business is not to know the facts or arrive at
that fabled Fountain of Youth fort is getting along as well as could be judgment-qualities that make a success FOR MARSHAL AND TAX COL- any correct conclusions. Without t
; which Ponce de Leon sought so long I expected, and will be all right in a of any business. LECTOR. question, the same brains, industry !;
and believed he had discovered in few weeks Prominent women of Kissimmeemet I I hereby announce myself as a candidate and capital worked out in Florida will '
r, "The Land of Flowers" but we will I at the home of Mrs. S. L. Lup- I for re-election to the office of bring as much net cash returns as it '1
M f show you people who have lived such FUNERAL OF GEORGE HAY. fer Friday afternoon where the MINORS WILL NOW I Marshal and Tax Collector of Kissim- will in any other locality.The .
happy, comfortable, sweetened lives II I Twentieth Century Self-Culture] Club: 1! mee subject, of course, to the action best of grain at the highest
': 4 In' our matchless land of roses, romance was oiganized. The following. officers :1 SMOKE PIPES 'of the white primary. If again honored price does not come without the most ;'
+,G and riches that, although they The funeral] services over the re- were elected: I i j with the office, I will do in the careful and intelligent labor. The
j have passed the proverbial threescore I mains of the late George Hay, who Mta."W. B. Makinson, president. 1 future as I have done in the past, per- finest of New York apples are not ;.
j'' and ten, they are as happy, as died at his home in the Boggy Creek Mrs. EarlLupfer, vicepresident.Mrs. .1 SHERIFF INGRAM WILL STRICTLY form the duties and obey the laws to produced in any easy haphazard man-
1. sweet and smiling, and as much in section last Friday were held at L. A. Ingram, second vice- I the best of my ability. ner. The high grade of long staple ,
hY! love with life and all that life holds the residence on Saturday morninguod..r president ENFORCE THE CIGA- FLOYD TISON. cotton will not grow promiscuously ;
i dear as they were at twenty-one. the auspices of Orange Blos- Mrs.! F. S. Ledbetter, secretary and REITE.LAW. on thin soil poorly cultivated. Neither
Come to Florida and we will show som Lodge, F. & A. M., of which he treasurer FOR MARSHALL AND TAX COL will profitable fruit and vegetable 'r,
+ you the finest beaches in the world had been a member for a number of The club voted to meet every sec LECTOR.In crops grow on Florida sand unless.. '.
'10 where bathing is good every hour of years ond and fourth Friday of each month Sheriff L. H. Ingram yesterday : they are given careful attention. But.?ea,
J' very day of every year that rolls by. I Rev. A. J. Holt, pastor of the Baptist Program was assigned for the next t made a professional visit to each Ii announcing myself a candidate that under right cultivation there is l
We will show you the limpid lakes Church, preached the funeralI meeting which wil Ibe held at the I merchant in the city who sells cigarettes before the city white primary for the as much cash return in Florida farm ;::1
s. and streams of the interior, abounding !- I sermon, after which the Masons took home of the president, Mrs. W. B and called their attention to office of marshal and tax collector of ing as there is with the same effort .'
in fish, and over the shimmering charge Worshipful Master W W. :Mickison.An the law prohibiting their sale to Kissimmee, I desire to say that if expended elsewhere, is very easily ;
,.G o : jsheen of whose pellucid waters you | Carson, presiding.Mr. introductory talk by Miss Wil- minors, saying that he had no desire I Elected I will fill the position without demonstrated to any thinking per- -
may float or sail all day long, ant Hay was one of Osceola coun. hoyte on the purpose and necessit', to arrest anyone, but that as long as : fear or favor toward any class of citizens son.
a Y never grow/: tired at all. | ty's pioneer citizens, and leaves, besides of such an organization, was listenedto I I he was sheriff the laws on the statute I and will uphold the law in every
Come to Florida] where every citi- his immediate family, a large with interest. I books would be enforced, regardless I instance, having no enemies to MONEY WELL INVESTEDThe
A h xeh holds oper. the door of opportunity' circle of relatives and friends to The members greatly enjoyed the! '' of who they affected. punish or friends to serve. \
, and welcomes you within; where, raourn his departure. .reading, "Mr. Cow Moo and Oui I The sheriff displayed good judg- I FRANK W. PITTMAN. ,
hand is helping hand and Commercial Club of Sanford +
( every a ev- ] ---- - ---- --- --- +
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f ;, cry way is a welcome Come here tot| Subscribed for 500 copies of the'
c mak fortune and stay to spend Sanford Herald '
b your to be sent away from t'
the happiest and most comf>i" 'il hledv' I
the
state
to advertise the Celery City; '
{ r of your II:. 'I
r For several years the County Commfcsioners ,
i Come to Florida, where every word!
I* a welcome; every day is a door Ilf> | of Osceola county paid for 600-,h,

i u opportunity; every year a record oft to 1,000 yearly subscriptions .to the 1,
? i repose and comfort. Come to FlorIda -I| .
t' ,w, 'and help .us build here the empire MellowSuperior Kissimmee Valley Gazette and to that; ","
) .i ,. State of America, where you wouldn't|1 I method of advertising was largely due 1".
t t iY change the weather if you could!, and'j'I now the growth of Kissimmea, from l.ZOO:; \,
where there are more days of nun to 5,000 population and the settling /'

i; f"t" thine era over and the more meadows sweet-scented and the .>sho>w-I'|' of the coanty with' thrifty farmers -;t,;

1 The Florida publications the ;:
i groves than in any country under the are best
t broad. canopy of heaven. advertising mediums for the state after ss
: Florida has for ten millions
i n ,, room all.-Dixie. ,
e, of you.' Now is the time to com e.- I


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