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 13, 1914
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00633
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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:-:tC.. F. JOHNSON SUCCEEDS HIMSELF 11111L 11 1Illlrt l IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII '' TIIESE THREE HUSTLING MEMBERS
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AS SECRETARY ANDA. fl llll WILL DEVISE MEANSOF I\

E. THOMAS WILL CARE INCREASING MEMBER i R !8:

FOR THE FUNDS DUR- SHIP AND INJECTINGNEW

ING NEXT TWELVE ;* LIFEINTO, TtIEORGANIZATION :'J.i...

MONTHS.The .

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fact that the annual election of
officers was to take place Monday at At the meeting of the Board of'
the Board of Trade meeting broughtout I Trade Mnoday night the president' .
a larger number of members was authorized to appoint a committee ;
than usually attend, and the oldtimerelrUlars I of three to devise ways and means t
took advantage of the occasion to build up the membership'and inject -,
to press for actiola, large : new life into the organisation' 4
mount of unfinished business that and that official has selected H C. eHi
"had been hanging fire for several 1 Stanford J. W. Thompson and J. D. '
weeks. Woodbeck to perform that duty.
While the secretary reported but a During the past year the Board of'
few letters from persons seeking information Trade, as has also the city admlnls-:: ,
stili.those few were of a tration has merely marked time, not ,
character that spoke well for the fu- accomplishing one thine that ad., p+,
vanced the city's or the eOpl.'. interest -,
ture advancement of Kfssimmee along ;
commercial lines.I I 1 the fraction of an inch. To I! fly
RESIDENCE OF D. R. BLENIS, CORNER VERMONT AND SUMNER. .
The committee appointed to map get a move on, start the old wagon
out a line of procedure for the boardto ; ,- .. again on the upward grade of prosperity -
follow during the coming year, I the world that it has the and progressiveness: is the9
showing
active efforts for the awakening of I
work allotted to these gentlemen.That .
is of W. \
which committee composed .
the whole population to a more careful INDEX TO best of.The
METHODIST will make ""j
they a thorough Job
H .Harris, :I. D. Woodbeck and B. I has
consideration of their religious I average person no conception
of it there is no question, .ior. theyare
made a partial report
Dickeraont of the of work and
amount
interests. The city was laid off in ,
I old hands at the and have t'the
its who stated game ,
through chairman
skill it requires to directory
districts and each minister assignedto compile a -
welfare at heart ranch
that the subject was one of such I a district It is expected that of any nature and the courteous city's as
magnitude that considerable time each will call on a layman to aid himas I BARBECUEA OUR CITY'S and efficient manager, Mrs. -E. S. as any men who ever lived hew.
would be required to formulate a re- such surveys are usually made by Beeland, justly deserves the praiseand But they hare a mighty on
port that would meet the wishes of the workers going in pairs. commendation she is receivingat their hands before ,,the
our people and the demands of our Tuesday, February 17, was designated -I the hands of the patrons of the name "success" on their banners.Ws .' ,
fast growing city. I as the day for this canvass I company for the painstaking and have people living iq Kissimmee,
The special committee to look into and the citizens can greatly facilitates I SUCCESSThough GROWTHNew capable manner in which he-execut- who believe it would continue. to grow
the advisibility of establishing a i the work by being prepared to give ,I II ed this work. Mrs. Beeland was in- in population and we jh even if the
"White Way" and to ascertain its promptly information as follows: defatigable in her efforts to pleasethe Garden of Eden itself was only a few' .'
cost reported through its chairman, I Name of family, names of boarders I patrons, and has certainly donea miles distant;,, so great i Is their belief -',
A. S. Nelson that a meeting had names of employes, and church work that will go in to help Kis- in the superiority of .our climate
been held with the gentleman who membership ,or preference, of each; It Rained Most of Telephone DirectoryBest simniee acquire her position along and our soil and that it is an idle,' M:
had placed the experimental post at I names and ages of children under 21.1 with the onward march of other Flor- waste of money to print literature detailing n.
the corner of Broadway and Dart years; Whether church membership ida cities. our many good qualities and ti
lington avenue in front of the Citizens I has been placed in Kissimmee, or noti the Day Evidence The local telephone company is I inviting outsiders to come In-' : and, IIi
Bank, and that gentleman stat- whether the persons are in Sunday owned by local men, all of whom are settle and invest their capital, ,
ed that the cost would be about fifty School or not and if so what school. I business men of Kissimmee and men That class believes that we have
dollars per post fully equipped for I who will delight in spending their the finest city and county to be found'

lighting although the committeehad NEARLY ONE HUNDRED TOOK VALLEY GAZETTE ISSUES ONE money for the enlargement of the on earth and they believe- rightly 4
been informed that concrete service at time the earnings and wonder why every train does not
any
posts could be purchased for five dollars PROMINENT ADVANTAGE OF TilE OPPOR OF TilE HANDSOMEST PUB- justify. dump hundreds here, still, they will
each and equipped! for some TUNITY TO EAT DELICIOUS LICATIONS EVER BEEN put a' padlock on their purse just-as i
thing like thirty dollars. The committee FRUIT AND BARBECUED PRINTED IN CITY OF soon as a comimttee turns the corner'
was of the opinion that it BEEF. KISSIMMEE.One seeking money to pay for printing and ,
would require at least-twelve posts DELANDITES FLORIDA postageto let all the ''world know'. k
to the block to make a 'White Way"in those-facts.{ j
keeping with the beauty of Broadway A town neverhas nor never win
and the progressive spirit of our About the worst weather that has of the most etrildngmanites\ grow without. the combined effort of '
town. The committee was continuedand come this way in the past five years tations of the growth .of Kissimmeeand AND GULF its people and w. are sorry to say a
ordered to bring in a complete EN TOUR was here on Tuesday, the day set Osceola county as well as the that Kissimmee has quite a sprinter ;t
report at the next meeting. for the Methodists to hold a barbecue expected future development is ling of that class who refrain from .
The routine business having been at Southport, and it is sincerely found in the first quarterly directory attending any public meeting designed
disposed of, the president stated that hoped that the weather man will se- of 1914 of The Kissimmee Telephone to enhance the city's or.the peo
the constitution provided for the an- lect other days than those on whichour 1 Company, operating in Kissimmeeand RAILROADWill ple's interest and never yield up a
nual election on the second Monday I Spend Four Hours Here: people go a pleasure seeking to St. Cloud, just issued from the dollar to help defray the.expen.. of, "'
night in February, and that date having send us rain instead of sunshine.But j press of The Valley Gazette. any public entertainment or enterprise . i
arrived, declared the election of the people in these parts know i I' The directory contains twenty-four but who are always Johnn1'- n. '
officers to serve the ensuing year in I Tuesday too well what is in store for themat pages and is a model of neatness the-Spot when it comes! to criticising ;'
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order, with the following result: I a Southport barbecue to let suchan from a typographical point of view; the way, the other fellows carried out.
President J. Triplett, reelected. opportunity pass without taking I is printed on a fine quality of book Connect Kenansvilleand the job.
advantage of it. paper, neatly bound under a cover of class >,
SEEKING INFORMATION AS TO' Yet there l is another here, and ? *i iI'
Vice-President D. Woodbcek. I There were only a few short of a ''I stock especially made for 'phone directories I they are as big-hearted( as generous
Secretary-C. F. Johnson, re-elect- THE COST OF PAVING WITH I hundred that participated in the day's l and presents an appeari BassengerIT as Keif-sacrificing a class as ever ry
ed. VITRIFIED BRICK AND I pleasure and there is not one in the i lance that would reflect credit upon aI, lived, who are ever ready to give their 1.
Tresurer-A. E. Thomas. I LAYING SEWERS AND : crowd but who is happier for the |: city of fifty thousand population. I II time and their money o.anything of
Executive Committee-H. R. May, MAINS. gbing. It was nine o clock when This directory shows the names of a public nature. To that class is due' ci
C. A. Carson H. C. Stanford A. E. I I I Capt. Johnson got his steamer un- I more than one hundred new patrons I IS UNDERSTOOD THAT THE the great prosperity that baa come '
Donegan, A..S. Nelson, H. E. Swabey, der way, and almost eleven when he I listed during the year of 1913 which SOUTHERN COLONIZATION I to Kissimmee during the past, few '
with the president as ex-officio mem- I Not so long ago the commissioners i iI I reached the canal at which time it justified its enlargement to such an ,, COMPANY IS BACK years. '
I of this county made a tour of the was blowing too brisk to make a land- I extent, and also which is physical I I I But it is wrong.., unjust to expect;
ber.Delegate to State Chamber of State seeking information as to the :ing, and the captain was forced to proof that Kissimmee is growing;I ING THE ENTERPRISE this class to shoulder all the burden,",
Commerce-H. C. Stanford. I cost of roads and the durability of I 1 I reef sail and throw out his mud more rapidly than any city in Flor- do'all the work give all the-,mony,'.to
President Triplett stated that he the material used. I hooks for an hour. when a landingwas I ida, in proportion to population; and' advance the interests of all our peo 'l"
would name the standing committeesat That idea appears to have struck' made and the crowd went ashore.As what is better, this increase will be'' Every man can and should!''do''
an early date, probably before the the officials of other towns as good, I I had been advertised Mr. Lee I doubled during the present year. It : F. B. Lynch, president of the Southern hie part, and then .Kissimmee would';
next meeting. : for on Tuesday of this week four gentlemen told everybody to "wade in" on the can be done, and it must be done.I:' Colonization Company, with grow more in the next twelve months': 1.1
I arrived here by auto en route oranges ami grapefruit and not stop There is no better proof of the growth headquarters in Minnesota, arrived in than it has during the past five year'I', .
I to their home town-DeLand-from eating until they were too full for of a city than the growth of its tele- j town this week, and formed the It is the bringing- Into line and
BARACAS DECIDE 'places on the West Coast I utterance. A\d there was ho ling- I phone business, which invariably rep- South Florida and Gulf Railroad Company putting to work the "hold-back" class
The party consisted of G. A. Dreka, ering along tb pad that led to the resents the business and home-just);. and will make application in that has been allotted to Messrs.
SUff. QUESTION the leading merchant; W. A. Allen : what Kissimmee is striving to secure the immediate future for the incor- I Stanford, Thompson and Woodbeck'
',i postmaster; S. D. Jordan, county I (Continued on Page Twelve.) i more' of, and at the same time is. poration of this road. It La the intention and we trust that they will ''receive

clerk, and Chris, O. Codringon, own- I __ __ of the promoters to build a I every encouragement from our business ,
DECLARE THAT WOMEN HAVE er and editor of the DeLand News, n railroad between Kenansville and men. '..

ALL RIGHTS OF MEN AND all of whom made a brief visit with I Basaenger ,in the south part of the I .
the editor of The Valley Gazette. I county, a distance of thirty-six miles.
THEN SOME. I Mr. Codrington, as always occurs Material in the shape of ties for the ENTERTAINMENT AT
I when a newspaper man is in a crowd, building of part of the road Is on the ,. ,
One of the most interesting debates was the spokesman and chaperone of Tomorrow The Last ground and a good share of the bed I : a"It j'j'I '
of the season was that held at the party, and stated that his town has been graded, and as soon as the THE CHAPTER HOUSE: *
the Methodist Church Wednesday had a bunch of money to spend on rail' arrive, the work will proceedwith !
night under the auspices of the public improvements, such as street vigor. It in estimated that the
Baraca Class. A large crowd of the paving, sidewalk laying and sewerage I Call To Pay Poll Taxes actual labor of laying the road can I was delightfully last: ?<;]
time is and his party was delegated to while and that proven '
members was present; a good be 'done in a short I the ,
that
Tuesday evening r
visit the several cities in this sectionof ladles
-reported. The question for consideration trains will be running between the '.
Kissimmee have enough ;
was. Resolved: That women Florida and ascertain the cost they two points in the not distant future. I make forgetful of'
should vote. On the affirmative side paid for such work and what char- ; This road was projected some two the good heavy Cheer clouds to ,., and one down-come of*, 41
of material stood the best test.
acter
Harold Buzza but has been delayed
were Claud F. Johnson years or more ago, tot
and Frank Fouts while the negative Of course .it i is needless to say that If desire to vote at the city i waiting for the completion of I a rain surprising that have number hung over of days our:city' ; if.''.
tide was represented by Prof. Evans, they were fulsome in their 'praise of you the East Coast extension to Kenans- There was enough rife 'I* the .\ .
Paul McKay and Mr. Moody. The Kissimmee,' especially its principal ville. number were, .
debate throughout was spirited and thoroughfare saying it was" the pret- election you must ,pay your polli! It is understood that all the necessary -I gloom present so and thatquite the entertainers a brought,. > j
tiest street they had ih all the i
contested. After the smoke of seen
closely stock of the has ben features. $it;;
company out engaging
battle cleared away the judges declared 'towns air visited of prosperity, and that and they noticedan taxes before twelve o'clock tomorrow subscribed\ and nothing stands in the Mrs.many W. Y..S. Carr rendered a solos Iii
that the affirmative had been I progressive- ,I way of its progress. I playing her own accompaniment.. "
victorious and of course the queer neal other here points.that theyhad not foundat night. This coming election The officials who have been elected. i Mr. Porter sang a solo and. .Miss ..
tion is now settled. The next meeting follows O'Berry played the piano.
will be held in two But that is -the all I are as : 1
class
of the same story two readingsi'
weeks at which time the class initiation tell. We have heard it so often that will be one of the most important \C. H. Armstrong, of Rochester Mrs; Lupfer Cochrane gave read choiceseleot. 'J t'ldona. ;
Wnn. president Mrs., > ,
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; will be the feature. any other tale would cause1'*this edi- Minn.. .... ...
tor ,to have a rush of brains to the I W. F. Schroch.: of Shokcpee y
held. in Kissimmee llliuKing caVe a piano solo.Wra .
: I rnu.iGIOIJSSURVff head, and that would be fatal.This .. . ever vicepresident.H.. F. Beuter, of JUsalmnaee, secretary ,Hyatt, a reading. ;; i.,.
is a wise move on the partofthe rocal'aola 1
? Carson a
city council .of o.Land.aacfOf!. and citizen should not fail and treasurer. Mis Mary .. Glen vocal ,solo I y",
* every The work of the road is being .vMrav W. yT. S. .
? :TO BE: MADE. Of CITY that"other cities In Florida would do personal supervision new by 'F. B. plariitg bee::"own accompaniment., ,... .
/ -- '' I well to follow. These gentlemen returned to. exercise his. franchise. Lynch, tie president of the Southern A glowing :fire 'dispelled, all chH|( ,
home with full of '
a knowledge '
clow.- ,5.1
Colonisation) Company. '..&. Lynch and lent-pleasant
'..r fThe ministers their meeting how other places are being buUded up ) la .In Minnesota, >Tbe room was ;:ta.Uf oily deeorate4'with :..'
,.' ,'Monday rporning made arrangements'for. and made prosperous, and will be-able ; .. t a prominent"mass v of- the bougalnvillea,and MuturUaaU:'
.a sutvey: of the city to ascertain to avoid certain mistakes other cities n Ji_ politics. being ex-governor. I Altogether it,...... a sushi.-. . : ,>
have mad. in. sttte. ... .Jl
to making improvamenta.
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,AI t_ THE ,IIS'SnIMIE'VALLEY: ,GAZErTEI'' IRIAY e if n:A A r, "
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C ;id'Bj" : 'rMo.st be taken away from the-city.: ,Let tos -. ,

.t-JJ :' 'a have a dock that every citizen will be I',1

proud'to point out to the homeseeker I ,. -
or'tourist, who comes here In search I S ,
4 Beautiful Song But: of home and health and pleasure-! '

,3 dock that will !neu'a.. the commerce .
of the Kijstmmee river to a much larger
Now! Now! ctJSweeter Tune I extent Ml.d lelieve from the
us trouble ''
i , and ei'ibarrassment of racking our Don't. forget ,that the
..i minds to find : : :
;.1 for enough apologia and excuses . .*!*.* '.-. -' ", < n-.u,.-,......-, .-, .... ,-. ., ,

: .:A MOST TIMELY' .AND SEN's1'BLE ARTICLE', ON TTIIE QUESTION.OF ; -. the antiquated, the,why out of and date:whcrefoPof, ill built; ill -7' __ ,: ; I '

THE CITY: ISSUING BONDS OR PROMISSORY NOTES contrived distorted and hideous mon ,
r' strosity commonly known as tile"City
,? TO INSTALL PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS. Dock" which encumbers our lake front. '

-- ." I 1 The bulkneading of the lake front;' 'big discount sale is on -

rThe should .
!, naturally follow the building of i iI .
t (t l"" winc--able article Ii taken to Bay that they would be delighted I I' a; new dock, and the finest 'portion of | .. ,
from The Manufacturer' Record of and charmed with some of the well I" the city which isnow mostly covered j --- :
; kept streets; substantial looking with water hyacinth weeds and trash<:
"recent date! houses and their pretty gardens and| and peopled only by herons and other ]

; would probably write home anil describe -I water" birds, frogs tadpoles and a few ;, until February 15th

in all these sights to their friend I wandering snipe could be converted ,,
The recent strong improvement
and relatives. into a magnificent residential proper- ,, .
securities
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", the market for municipal I ty, which would vastly enhance the''
the other hi&nd. should t.heyhapren
But
should be taken advantage of promptly on
of
| reputation Kissimmee
which to walk down Ruby as a really i
'. b7'Southern communities avenuese&t go-ahead place. ,
are contemplating the issuing of :, they would come upon a partionof I
, bonds for public work. A vast the city the -aspect .of which, at TAXPAYER. .

mount of country. city and municipal the present date none of our citizens
Commercial I
.Improvements of kind is can be proud of, the lots on each side I Statistics. ,II '
every
Commerce
s needed in the South for which bonds1 being occupied by railroad tracks, the I the ending on December Kisclmmee 1912 river for C. A. COLE
year :
must be issued. At the present time freight depot )packing' houses ice I i
.
the and .electric light | Tons. t1,1
there Is a better market for such securities -I plant and water
and coincident with this plant. These places are more or less I|Automobiles ________________ 20'
,
ability to get there is a','' in an untidy condition, being uneven. !i Artificial stone _____ __________ 25 I
money i Brick __ __ ____. ________ 160
f, surplus of labor available and manufacturers 'with rubbish heaps rather prominently -| u- ,, JEWELER and OPTOMETRIST
of machinery and equipment ] displayed' but on account of ihe i Building material l (sash, doors !i

1 : are in a position to fill orders large amount; of traffic this might be I and blinds) ____- ___ ______ 100 !, -

11 .. to better advantage than would be condoned with, though a cleaning up '; Cattle ____ .-___ __ -___ _______ 150''

possible if all business interests were i,would do them no harm. i| Crate !material ..-- --- ------ 1,200 ,
; J Cross-ties _ ___ ______ i
6,000
active. The condition therefore is Then, the visitor citizen prospective \I -- ---- -
: exceptionally favorable' for the prosecution homcseeker or tourist, continuing i Dry goods hats, shoes, drugs i iI .A i
1 I and! !supplies __ ___.__ 300
of public work. Ion his would that I., -- --- ,
I way, come upon rerunzers _____ -__ ______ ouu' 1-- __ ----
Throughout all parts of the South strange structure" popularly known as Fish _..,___ __ _.. ___ 500 = --= --
n -
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? and Southwest roads are to be built the "City Dock. This "dock" juts into Furniture ._ ___ _
___ __ ____ 200
hew streets made and old streets improved the lake a distance of about three hun- 1 cal] difference in the appearance ol
Gasoline and light oils __ ____ :
E sewerage systems and waterworks '1 dred yards and ends in T-shaped sides Grain (all kinds) _ __ n ____ 1,500 250 II_Hunterland II III that block. ; PROMINENT
: are to be constructed or enlarged platform with shoots on three Grapefruit __ _ _ _ 900 There are whisperings of a new de
) and public buildings erected. which .is surrounded on all sides by - -- --- pot for Orange Center. The businest
Groceries _, _ _ _ __ __ ____ 5,000Hardware. (
Jw While it is desirable, and often important of newness and decay. It is not unusual given to the A. C. L. from Orang<<:1
_ _ ___ _-__ _______ 1 500 I Regular meeting of the Truckers' :
that public buildings shouldbe to see one or two boats sunk Hay . ___ __ _ _-__.__ __ 500 Association of Hunterland held Center entitles us to a new statior
u was house. NEW YORKERS
in various at
with the launches
ornate and in keeping and stages;
Hides and skins 4__ -__ __ _ _ 25 1 today, after the routine business was
-. life of the community, it is especially this "dock. |lice I _ _ _ _ -__ -__ ___ GOO disposed .of. A very'interesting dis-
important that they should be absolutely This is the spectacle which, if the logs, pine __ __ _ _. __ __ __:30,000) I I cushion was taken on the best

fireproof. Every courthouseand visitor had chanced upon before he lumber, pine __ _ -_ __ __ . .'1,750Miscellaneous () i methods of planting up and growing 1/
city hall ought to be so home his / Narcoossee I I
accountof
every had written glowing
merchandise :3,000) bananas, as some of the members ARE COMING
; are
4 Well constructed as records ttf make of thorO&'hlT all- the city, might cause him to hesi- Machinery __ _ ___ __ __ . 200 iroinir into that line on. a commerciali _
safe public tate and drop his pen. Naval stores ( turpentine) ___ __12,500 basis. The meeting then adjourned.
% kinds. These things are important. This crude and unsightly structure, Oranges . .__ _ _ _ 4,000 i February 4th-The Com? everybody to the fish-fry to
- - regular meeting -
But the construction of the most which is not even straight, is built' of Railroad supplies _ _ . _ 400 ,| of the association was held to-- be held on the south shore of Lake C

modern sewerage .systems, and of boards of various width and thickness "sand 1, building . _ <>00 day with a good attendance. After Hendon Narcoossee, Saturday, February As Guests ofMr1J. G .

; waterworks to guarantee an ample 'causing the unsuspecting: pedestrian Shingles . . . 400Vegetables the regular business was attended to 14th. : .
building '
I supply of water, and the 1 S. Mixon, of North
Carolina
pure ,:1'
to stub his toe at evrt-y second _ . 1.2fOWool.fUf.1 ) '
a encouraging letter
very road -
of-good roads and the paving of was while his friend E. V.
and is .stringers . viiiting Collier,
,, step supported by I 12,000( )) from the Southern Colonization
streets and alleys are even more important. of this place preached three interesting White
less rotton which in turn Wool very :
or are :HO1'assciiifcrs
more Company, St. Paul, Minn., in regardto '
These all take hold of the
supported on piles that lean to and fro I ,, i cHriicil i 1 15,000 1 the early completion of the rail- sermons in the school house
.1 health the
the of .
essential things com- to fair audiences.A.
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,. at every conceivable angle.; The north -- "a)'. Word was also received from I -
munlty. There is no greater economic hole in of the i Total T. Meeker has started his new
shoot has a large one 85.r>50 other sources that the construction ITINERARY OF TRIP THROUGH
wastefulness of false than that which by boards, a most dangerous condition, Of estimated, value, $3,500,000.00.: I work is progressing very favorable home which will add one more to our INCLUDES A SHORT STAY
reason economy prevents municipalities i' rapid growing; town. ,
from providing pure water especially at night. i and that same is expected to reach John Doly has started grubbing on I AT KISSIMMEE-PARTY
The law of the "dock" seems to be lIunterland at an early date. The j
the most sanitary sewerage S/S-1 his lot and expects to build at once. NUMBERS SIXTY
tern and well-paved streets and alley -, the survival of the fittest. If the citj-- PLEASANT DAY topic for discussion was dasheen plant- I C. E. ))enij(' is having his home 1 '
., which' make possible city cleanliness zen or visitor contemplates a trip / n I i i I inK, as quite an acreage is being I painted. I). E. Proper is doing the PERSONS. ;
Every illness and every death the lake he is obliged, in most ca/es, I i planted in this neighborhood of this work. -
SPENT AT Nw
brought about by failure to do these to clamber over a number of oaher i ii EDEN I IPAIlTY I valuable tuber. The- most suitable Come to the fish-fry Saturday, Feb- I A large party of friends and business -
things is an economic loss due to the i boats before he can reach his own, at I j ji fertilizer for dasheens was also discussed ruary 14th.Charles associates have been invited by 1.

_ ., blundering of incompetent officials, : the risk of breaking his arm, his leg or | in this connection. As this is I Montsdoca and family spent Mr. J. G. White of the J. G. White '
A and this without considering the sorrow -i his neck. If he is accompanied by his OF WESTERNERS ENJOY I a very busy time of the year, it was Sunday with his brother, Julian, at Companies, 43 Exchange Place to :
and suffering brought by the illness family this risk is proportionately increased I THE: PLEASURES OF) THAT decided to meet only every two Whittier. come with him on a trip through ':'

-I 3 and the deaths which better and iby the time the unfortu- FAMOUS PLANTATION. I weeks, also changing the day of theweek | William Montsdoca has engaged Mr. Florida leaving New York on Feb.

,. sanitary conditions would have pre- nate individual has gathered his from Wednesday to Saturday.The ]Ike Pollard, of Fort Proof, to assist ruary 20th. The party which will
vented. The men in any community friends and family around hfaa I next meeting will be held Saturday -I him in budding the young trees in the number about sixty .persons, will ,
who, from a narrow and miserly point i I! in his own boat, his state of mind can (Contributed.) February 14th. The meeting nursery.E. visit many of the towns where thereare

''I of view delay the improvements of I only be described as "highly nervous.1 last week L. S. Sponsler and wife, then adjourned. F. Collier made business electric Light power and ice #
a
4kl. Li.A ""t.f,," ... ........tI.1 tn th.. There_are no seats on this "dock" and of Grand Rapids, Ml h. ; V. C. Peck- W W Chandler.! our member- nf to Kissimmee trip plants owned by the Southern Utilities I
"" -- '" Monday.
h'lth"of' a community;;; as well;;; as to no railing around the edge. I enpaugh and daughter of Omaha,, i the county school board accompanied;; II. II. Hull is still setting out trees Company '

its progress are responsible for sick If the visitor is possessed of some Neb.; W. M. )Ferrell and family, and I| by F. W. Walker, county commissioner with a gang of men. The itinerary covers the main railroad "

ne8.' which other action on their party imagination he might compare this Cecil Kohen and wife, of this city, in, I and J. II. Walker motored to |, Charles Johnson, the contractor, has line as far as Jacksonville I.
might have 'prevented. unlovely wharf to some of the crude two automobiles went on a day's i the county seat ( Kissimmee) in Mr. '''nearly completed the house of E. )F. where the party will branch' off to i
platforms erected the fishing trip' .Narcoossce. and vi .1| J. II. Walker's car. Lake.
Every' growing town and city in i 1 by pre-historic Collier. visit the towns of Kissimmee,
''the South\ needs to improve and keep ]lake dwellers of Switzerland to pro I' cinity. The day was a typical June!! D. W. Alderman, accompanied by Mrs. C. E. Denig made a shopping land Punta Gorda Ft. Meyers, Brad- .

on improving every day and every tect themselves from the too friendly day of the North but a very common i,I !' Mrs. Alderman, were visitors to Avon trip to Kissimmee Monday. entown, St. Petersburg, Belleair and .
year''its provisions for sanitation and attentions of the cave bear. the cave I winter day of South Florida, warm,I I'ark Sunday, and have since gone to |i William Montsdoca's new home is Tarpon Springs on the West Coast, "

health. These include all such things lion and other dangerous and hungry and,balmy. The party spent the day Kissimmee. !progressing rapidly under the manage.me'nt"of .''i.At. Tarpon Springs it- has been arranged
animals which infested interior.Or at Eden Plantation admiring the Capt. John Chandler and Grover {
r as waterworks; sewerage systems and the : i Mr. Fronk the carpenter. that the party will see a
l well-paved streets. The field Is almost .he might think that a tribe of fishIng tights of cane raising and syrup mak. Chandler left Tuesday with their | Mr,, and Mrs. 1.. J. Mjnkner and demonstration by sponge divers

limitless. No, wilier investment Indian had procured a- perpetual ing. freight boat for Sebring for sup- daughter, of Indianapolis are visiting These men who are all Greek, are
: 'can be ,/'made by- people than the least from the city and had built this In the evening in trying to get,. plies. I, their cousin Mr. Jacob Young. I wonderfully adept at descending to
.I money spent when it is honestly expended barbaric structure for the convenience near a lake to fish, one of the autos, I John Chandler has disposed of his i| Don't forget the fish-fry Saturday. r great depth and remaining there fora
for public works of this of fishing, and then only used it at odd : got stuck in a marsh. After working I farm near Bassenger to F. W. Walker long time. It is only recently that
kind. These improvements mean times. He would quickly see that this some time without success to get | the latter having already taken DEATH OF MItS.Y. A. TILLER. '1 I they have availed themselves of helmet -

material progress, they mean better I "dock" is not in keeping with the rest the machine out, they decided to accept -1 possession. and other diving paraphernalia.It .
-r conditions of living better environ- of the town. I the hospitality of Mr. L. R. Lee, I David Hilderman one of our Canadian Mr. M. Tiller who was called to ] is thought that in the crystal clearwater

\ "ment for young and old, and better The commercial advantage alone foreman of the Eden Plantation, who 1 I friends, now living east of Chattanooga Tenn., last week on account off the dock at-Tarpon Springs,
) :health and longer lives for the peo. I I that would accrue from the erection of I showed the true Southern spirit and Uassenger, was an agreeable visitor I of the serious illness of his sister where the demonstration will occur,
ple. It *.1!. especially important a commodious modern dock, having lived up to the reputation of a gentleman at Harschels during the week. Mr. !' Mrs. Alexander who died before the divers will use no artificial as

therefore that the authorities of every some kind of shelter! ] for perishable of the South for hospitality. I Hilderman stated that he has word his arrival has been doubly sistance.A a.;

community in the South should ,I merchandise: seats ;a telephone and ,, With the assistance of Mr. Lee and from several contract-holders in ed, his mother having passed side trip lasting two days has

study the situation in the light of I other conveniences, to say nothing of I his men and a convenient hoist, the Saskatchewan Can., that they will last Tuesday afternoon at 3 bereav-I been arranged for as many of the
present conditions when money for the difference between the looks of the ; auto was rescued from the marsh I take possession of their tracts of just seven days after the guests as care to go from Ft. Meyers -
neb work ia becoming more abun- present pile of junk and that of a mod- I and the party continued their fishing land here immediately upon the completion I her daughter.! up the Caloosahatchee river

j.that and'when the labor available for ern wharf would be incalculable.] getting about fifty pounds of nice of the railway. I Before lAfkvincr Viaaimmojk p I which is the waterway connecting
it U'in great supply. Moreover the The visitor might write home a flat fish.They I Mr. E. II. Barschel and Miss E.1 Tiller- was 'advised that-"his'-motherwas Lake Okeechobee with the Gulf of

1 very: doing of these things! and the tering account of the city of Kissim- I returned to the city in the Barschel) were Sunday visitors atMessr. i ill, but at that time her malady Mexico, and together with a ship
;, 'employment oflabor in works of this mee, but qualify it with the remark evening well pleased with their trip Beals and Meneley and were I was not thought to be dangerous I'I'i canal from Lake Okeechobee to the
kind would stimulate all business in- that "the thing they call a dock here and the good fellowship of the South. I delighted with the fine crops of jl and the telegram which brought the Atlantic cuts through the whole :

.. ..lerasts and larrelv help in brinjrinarttbont would cause the inhabitants of a fishing I strawberries and tomatoes these gentlemen sad intelligence to his family] on width of Florida. The party will be
\that general l prosperityfor village Jon the coast of Borneo to I I have. E. B.I Tuesday afternoon was a great shock I able to see with its own eyes that '

which "&11 are looking and hoping. blush under their dark hides." NEBRASKA S[ I to them as well as their neighbors i all of Florida to the south Is really ,.
v This 'i. the South' day of opportunity It is safe to say that nine out of and friends. an island and will be able to stand '

'tol''work of this kind. If the ten of the citizens of t.,e town have not FLORIDA GAINS I Mrs. Tiller had been a frequent I on the Indian shell mound which i i. I'
Authorities of Southern communities the remotest idea of the amount or the I/1 IOrangeCenter II visitor to Kissimmee for a number of an island in Lake Okeechobee and is .

.ar' mot;, alive to the situation, the value of the commerce which passes I years, and was a most amiable and the highest point in Florida. I ". "
people ''who.. Interests are at stake over the "dock" and below this article SPLENDID HERD OF HEREFORD lovable lady. She made friends of At Kissimmee Ft. Meyer and

'urhtto .... that they are awakened we append a report of the tonnage for CATTLE COMING TO' OSCE- Every day brings us nearer to whatwe all with whom she came in contact Bradentown large orange groves and

promptly., the year 1912 compiled by a committee OLA all want. Good people are coming and the news of her death will bringa muck land developments will be in \ 1
.
i i v of citizens of which Hon. J. M. COUNTY.The every week; development work is mov sigh of sadness to many homes. in spected.
4; j* For many years the people of Kis- Lee was chairman and which was presented I ing in every direction; our road from this city.CELEBRATED. Leaving the West Coast the party ,
'- slinmeebave prided themselves on to the Federal government last Mr. Rogers spoken of in the Orlando is being put through; plenty will stan A day to visit the celery and
the progress of the town; the beauty I year in connection with the Improve. article following .and which is taken of rain is falling giving us the moisture TENTH BIRTHDAY vegetable fields near Sanford and to

,; 'ita/situation; its natural advan ment of the waterway of the Kla im- / from the McCook (Nebraska) Tribune needed for crops and we are all 1\ see the ice and electric plant of the
( M tages'and the public spirit and enterprise mee river. We Southern Utilities Two
venture to say that came to Kissimmee some time happy. Can you beat it? Miss Company.
which has been shown and this commerce will certainly increase and Lucy Lupfer on Monday full day will be spent at Fellamere
time I ago recognizing the superior advantages The first planting of watermelonseed the occasion of her tenth
and birthday
proved again by some of its if the facilities inspecting the drainage '
proper are provided. this section
offered for th.raising has responded to conditions and entertained the !
clticensV; 'The ,city is known throughout following little
Another reason for a new dock i i. that of cattle and agricultural *
t Florida and 'other sections of this purchased a large I are showing the second leaves. The friends at her mother's home: Mar- development
the
town has ( I' At the end of the week
to
now face the tract of land trip a
compe. near this city on which i second planting) seed is finished in garet Lesley] Sarah
to be of the I Clarke Doris
countr7 one roost tition
progressive of the new Kissimmee Valley ex he will breed Hereford cattle the bills I Thelma recreation will be spent at'Mlami
: same to in
in the come on case Nichols Button Dot Makinson
;communities State. -
tension railroad which is "The |I Palm Beach. The special train ,
now below dispersion of the great White [ wrsot gets the first. Irene Ingram Irene ,
Visitor and homeseeker flock here Franklin
Whittier and we certainly] cannot Face herd of the six compartment sleeper] ,
from'' all of the United States hope 1 Shadeland farm. I E. P. Walling is busy Katherine Tiller Ruth Hertcel
part to do this with the antiquated this spring will mark putting jn tion and dining cars will return
', ,and Canada and foreign countries form now in use. plat Red Willow a great loss to trees on his place in Section 6. &fKf 'Yelflaa-Hudson, Willa Bass, Vera Gilbert New York about March 8th.
also in I county in the line of Walling will have beautiful Elizabeth Parker, Lille Rose
are represented no mean num- ii a
eventually
1. the
misfortune of
all
.: towns to pure-bred cattle of the
b41 highest I
t ztere.r tffli..d '..34. ..: ,. .. ,.; quali grove. Dann Elberta- O'Berry Nancy Mum,
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4' I/ We'cannot help thinking what must commonly known as "moss backs that these superb Herefords I A. E. Stambeck, of Richmond Ind., Lottie, Christine Kritz Neva HAIR STOPS PALL
; be Impressions* of some of these set backs get backs and stay backs could not be retained in I contracted with T. L. Stewart to clear Brown Clark Roberta Bron-
this
"', (t.-t.ltonand prospective: citizens of county. eon, Helen Reed- Celeste Lesley
our who usually all We and put in grove on part of his ten-
,, ,town .If'they' walk' or ride up and but we believe oppose there improvements, Facts are when but repeating well known i acre farm in Section 13. Irene Reed, Frank Reed Mabel Over- Save your Hair! Get a 25 cent
are enough gor we state that the Rogers street Frank Bryan R. D. of Danderlne right now-Also
'Ji. down Broadway'they would be struck ahead j Thomas
people in Kissimmee herd of '| E. J. has his
to demand Herefords is Keene rented home
among the best Robert Buckles J. C. Ledbetter Itching scalp.
Law- stops _
with of this
'the street ,
w completeness ? that this much I' 1 !:
needed 'In America. to W. T.
it five planted with the reform be carried We know it would be a place Rigney, who will finish rlance Brown Emory Brown. The Invited ,
park
t graceful out and we hope that when the matter of satisfaction the watermelon and in
to put pota-
,' Mr. Roger I II crop guests being members of
and other semitropical is Lucy'sschool
': cabbage palmetto' matter thoroughly considered, the I if the herd in the main could be left'' toes. Mr .Keene contemplates building class Miss M. C. also Thin brittle colorless and ul'i
$f" : plants; its business portion consciousness of the need of I here although he a residence in town. Bryan hair Is mute evidence! of a '
a new
1\ I expect: to take attended. The weather
> lined was not
withprosperous looking bricktoresudother wharf will very of dandru1't-that awful .
penetrate t.he thick skull some of them scalp;
with !
buildings; its grand the most inveterate of him when he ;I II L. S. Mixon was a delighted visitor good but the time was spent in Indoor There Is nothing so destructive
knocker leaves
for
that ever I Florida. It is safe to say to Orange Center a few days back. games of all kinds. of
nd Its brick Plenty
'!!'hotell; cleanly pavement.If waddled about the town. that this the hair as dandruff. It robs the
\"" .. they should ehand.to travel along By all means let Ui have a new dock White Faces magnificent will not aggregation of Mr. Stokes i i. shipping the oranges refreshments were served and everyone of Its lustre! !ts ptrrnglh and its
Church etreet they would observe our and NOW la the time for the council, placed in Red Willow soon" be re from Sand Lake grove this week. had a good time. Me; eventually producing a '

I l i magnificent school: building; the splendid to authorize the issuance of the eit '. I county. Ezra Ludwig i* arranging his affairs floss and Itching nf the scalp,
t tJ,; Methodist, : and other sacred notes or call a bonding election] for ) with a view to going North for a short A good bunion'cure is made by- if not remedied cntiars the hair
; the
\eclJ cea. U-the7 take Emmett street purpose of building: One The A person who sleeps curled up can visit in the spring. Mr. Ludwig has mixing together two fluid drams each to shrink, loosen nnd die-then
i at its intersection with Broadway and the "Sweet Bye and Bye" i I. beautiful song of never hop to have a !rood figure. oneof the best young grove in this of carbolic: acid, tln Qre' of iodine hair faRs out tast. A little

.,ffo.wert' : three ;bloeta.' the7'would be but NOW! NOW is what the Stretch out and relax all muscle and vicinity.. .' j ', and glycerine tonight-now-atir time-vlll
,
'finpresaed with our stately courthouse: needs and what it I. entitled city you will feel ,rested in the morn Wood cutter are making, things nave your hair
(and;:-Jail 'combined), situated amidst If it I. possible to keep this question to. ing. hum in the wood, for Will by, who "I ajft glad you have bought a'"* Get a S5 .:.,mt lott1o of }( ?.... ".,

.1%i the remain of a primeval forest They away; from the muddling influence has several car of wood contracted parrot, papa. What will you do if it Dan of
Children "
'way. travel all. over the residence por- local politics, with all its sordid little. betteroff under two year of ace are for. learns) bad language punish ItT" ?.- euro)I' 1'0'11. 1 i v'- '., "t''.i Itiilr\ n-id\ .
SOB of the'dty. and ft. might be ash new, Jet it be done., Let the ) broth without meat; but meat Clearing the Iou adjoining the "NO son; punish 'von."-Houston p.r It : "I'. .- )I'M' O.! TJ
reproach '
-"'tff' ) -- )' ,,; I may be given with 'vegetable Pine on the south side, make a radl- Post j.oc11"j: : 'ou 'u.jn; '"/ 1
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\ fresh bieod. or rather; sap .... th* I mnt' fruit ,experts dais, aft; r''tests,

A...... ,.. .. !M".8 I' will preVe'0",of' tile 7e.iiRg citma
C"- 1'.1- '
t. t' ,Ji ."'- fruit for, the,1 grower*, of ',the,,,subtropical n 't'I'do_...... 1PMM Nst aeti hllesai.elfj
i+BgpstriiTit'ftOdI4de 'fot: ,. : section. \ : 'P..thI P-n.
: :_ ; .".." It'ls* r'daan <"- "JA TB'tOWNJFSIXJHOUSAND This new variety carri.atis.. flavor > :

'woman' traveler in' the neighborhoodof and, aroma. of the ,orange, t modified .... oeo4-*'_'
in 1870. 'noticed .a and the qualities of, the Eel' ....'
,Bahia, Brazil juice-yielding : f "
theN Sh *, ," .....s.rS ..
growing .
RONG 'SIDE seedless orange ,grapefruit. PronptP.
OUT ;
Y "
: : : had the American consul 'send a half .Scientific tests .have, been mays at .
dozen trees to this country They the government experiment stationsIn rpp. a
were: better-luck-and the South with this new product, I'
{" FRo : shipment'frad I, ALL DONE WITHIN SIX YEARS: named tangelo, to warrant the 'de .-. I
y ti1, BOTANICAL VIEWPOINT Jill lived most:of them being tried partment to distribute it over a.large '

out in Florida" where they did not do -. territory with high ,recommendationsof Macs rich, red pare blood-elerneea.the. entire .
; .
' very:-well. -- IS THE STORY OF.. METORIC-- its worth,and productiveness ? system-clear: the bI'aia-.tJ\beDs dlgesUo and, nerves.A
DUlUNG THE REMAINDER;; OF In 1873 a Mrs. Tibbetts was keeping positive spedfto for Blood PoUoa and Ida disease. "
CAREER OF IN TUB ,
IllS 'TOUR THROUGH THE a'.boarding house in Washington. TRINITY 1 Idn, order to- protect the, shipping Drive out RtMMMtlMii and Stop tbeP.ta; ends Malarls;
Her husband lost his health and had COUNTY OF-ALACHUA, 1
that will use the Panama Cana the
,COUNTRiES' T SOUTH" to be taken to" California. One of the -FLORIDA weather bureau of the department of I* a.wonderful taste and bod1"builder."l"boIaMncs..endorse it.:

.,."\ AFRICA:;, agricultural department men had agriculture ha, asked -fer authority F,V. UPPMA CO. bi1 iL. SAVANNAH.GA., r
z; boarded with Mrs. Tibbetts and seat .
... WINFIELD JONES.) toextend, its weather service to th* '
(By
"a of the navel ,
her couple orange Carribean> Sea ,so.as to obtain'' complete -
Washington D. C., Feb. 6-Col. trees. They took hold excellently in 1 Washington, D. C., Feb. 6.-From meterological nporte from,sixteen ,J
Roosevelt has volunteered a* an agricultural California, and the whole of the i a cornfield sixl'ears agoto a thriving stations. In the belief that this
scout for the, government. present navel orange industry, which,. town of several thousand Is the whole region will become a great r-
He aaid that during ,the remainder is the biggest single fruit industry' almost meteoric history of Trinity, highway' for vessels after the open dollars i the:'hundred pounds or one
of.his'South' America trip'wrongs in the world, sprang from those two'j. Fiat;, of which Capt. W. E. Bell, is ing of the canal, the weather bureau FRANK CLARK dollar and eighty,cent on a crate ot
'ing to turn the country trees. They are still living in California , mayor. Trinity is large enough towave wishes to restore certain feature of sixty: pounds '
out from a botanical( standpoint, and and there will be a special a presidential postmaster. It the comprehensive weather' service "I know Lhi'at."ha., been reduced) '
that on his next expedition to the celebration held over them in 1915 is in the county of Alachua, of -which established throughout the West ENTERS:: MOSTVIGOROUS on some. articles of ,merchandise, but
wilds be intends to include a regularly simultaneous with the Panama Pacific Gainesville, the second largest city, Iifdies.at the time of the Spanish war mostly on articles being shipped" '
J trained agricultural explorer asa exposition.The I I and in some respects the most important in the interest of ,the fleet and South.or into Florida but the fact
'. part of hi* entoura e. agricultural department explorers -, city of Florida is the county transports. FIGHT remains that,;these .rate, if allowed
All this was the Result of his !going found several varieties of, seat. One of the new stations would bea to"rsmain'In' force,' are absolutely t
to South America on the same steamter' navel oranges around Bahia that I "Trinity has perhaps the most remarkable fully equipped station of the weather prohibitory ,at least *o far as cantaloupes -
1 that carried an agricultural exploring look as though they might be the. history of any town In the bureau similar to those within the tomatoes and cucumbers are
; expedition from the depart. progenitors of the American strain.I United States" said Mayor Bell, United States, and located in the TO CONYINCTCOMMISSIONAGAINST concerned. All three ,of these are>
went of agriculture to Brazil. The Some of them have a few seeds., who is here "Six years ago its site Canal Zone itself. Sub-stations important products, of raytdlatrictand ,
" expedition consisted of A. D. ShamelP. t.t# There are two varieties that promise! was a cornfield. 1Is so Important I I would be maintained at appropriate '- State. .:1-: u
.. II. Dorsett and Mr. Popance, to be especially.valuable when estab- today that we are in the presidentialclass points along the canal for use in the "These rates, if allowed'to stamTrwill ,:
the bureau of plant industry. t ol. lished here because of them is But that is INCREASED RATES OF '
one a of postmasters. proper dissemination of weather bureau '. ruin hundreds of. farmer 1ft
Roosevelt had never heard of an summer bearing tree and the other not the most Important point. I do information Each station : THE SOUTHERN EXPRESS Florida, and will' not aid the express
agricultural explorer; though it wasa bears in our winter and spring. not believe there are many cities in 1 would make two observations a day,' COMPANY IN FLOR company,. because there",will be,'no> "
great thing, and said at once that. Jt is impossible to say just how the South that can boast the recordof at 8 a. m. and 8 p. m. In, addition IDA. -- shipment, I
he was going to be one henceforth.He any of the importations will act in Trinit" last year. In 1913 we ex- to the land station the weather bureau , "1C seems to tl a' casein >
said, in addition, that there were this country. Soil and climate play ported 401.carloads of watermelons; I I wishes also to provide' for the which the commission should act ... -
juit two very important things in tricks with tropical fruit. The twelve carloads of tomatoes; three 'I extension of marine reports by wireless (By WINFIELD JONES.) and act_promptly. In behalf ot"r'" : p
agriculture; one was making the American navel orange, for Instance, carloads of onions; twenty-five car- : from vessels plying the waters '
I : I to- to1 act,
the in hand and the \ D. C., Feb. 6.-Representative constituency appeal you
of Washington
most plants ,
other getting things the other fellow is by no means as sweet as the Bahia loads of beef, steers and sheep, and of this region, so as t provide the: Frank Clark has sent the and If you can Jo no more, 4t,leastsuspend
variety.. This is not because the latter 1,600 dressed hogs." safest possible, information covering the operation of these rate
the Interstate
of letter to
had. That was the object following
I 1
has but because it
more the- entire Carribbean section
sugar for a period of sixty or thirty days is
the from the departmentof Commerce Commission protesting
expedition
has less acid. However, it is expected The weather observations in the
Prof. Walter T. Swingle, pomolo- against the increased rates of the and !give our people a chance to be>,,
agriculture. to obtain something good out I I Caribbean Sea it is believed will be
,
Mr. Shamel has just returned from gist in the department of agriculture Southern Express Company in Florida heard.: I will very much appreciatean
of the importations. has citrus fruit I 1 of special service in connection with "
produced a new early reply.
Brazil, preparatory to being sent :
One curious thing that explorers I by effecting a cross of the grapefruit -I the various storm warnings now
back to the Pacific Coast to look aft "I desire to call your attention to a
communicated the station
found was an orange lime. It Is as and tangerine, which depart-, through schedule of rates fruits and -
er citrus fruit culture. Mr. Dorsett on vegetables
big as an orange, and has all the I signals and by wireless. to all shippers '
in from Florida to the' .0
point CENT
and Mr. Popance have remained "OASCAUETS1
in the Western Atlantic and the
of lime. It has
Brazil, and are just starting on a eating qualities tree is that the leaves are very aromatic Gulf district. In these storm warn- Northern and Eastern market put FOR LIVER AND BOWELS
quite as much juice as a big orange,
nine hundred mile trip up the San and the people use them to ings will be used into effect by the Southern Express
special
and the be bottled and reportsfrom
Francisco river, a stream, about able juice can strew about the floor. The leaves the entire West Indies. Company on the first day of the pres- ,".,
as the Missouri, but which is kept. look like holly without the spines The weather bureau also has asked ent month. I am attaching heretoa
never heard of in this country.Mr. .One of the most curious botanical and the tree is grown as a fence, to be allowed to continue table showing the figures under Cure tick Headache, Constipation
. Shamel is enthusiastic about finds was a thing that has never been making an excellent one. feature the as observations a both the old and the new" rate from Biliousness; Sour Btomteh,' Bad
heard of before in this country. It regular seismological and other Florida to the Br.ath-Candy Cathartic.
Brazil. He says it is bigger than Mr. Shemel says the expeditionwas now being made by the Ocala points
this country, exclusive of Alaska; is is the jaboticaba. It looks like a big treated the most hospitably and war department to supply information principal Eastern, Northern and
a mine of wealth, botanic and other- purple plum, and tastes like nothing the natives seem to have.a great admiration to earth movements likely to Western markets." t.
wiseand has scarcely been scratched but a jaboticaba. The tree is Immense for the United States? The affect as canal construction. The bureau The table attached by Mr. Clark No odds how lad your liver, stomach -
on the surface from a scientific exploring growing to over 100 feet in population is very small, consideringthe believes that maintenance of shows enormous Increases from Flor or bowels; bow mud your headaches
standpoint.The height A peculiarity of (he fruit l is size of that country. It is rich these observations is of importance ida points to Northern and Eastern how mlserablo you are from
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expedition was sent to Brazilto that it has scarcely any stem at all. in gold and iron and has immense and has asked authority of markets. constipation Indication, biliousness- '
look after oranges. It got them and while the tree may be loaded and -valuable, hardwood forests, but to make observations "Now" he continued, "a crate of and sluggish bowels" -you always get
with fruit it sticks flat against the Congress seismological relief with Caerarstn. They .immo--
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in quantities and qualities that promise no coal so far as discovered. in the Canal Zone a cantaloupes weighs sixty pounds. t
to prove valuable but it obtaineda I'inbs and trunk. In spite of the immense forests part of its work.A regular / Under the old rate sixty pounds of' dlately cleanse and regulate the stomach ;
lot of things besidel, and there ifv/ There is another curious importthe lumber is imported. There are no cantaloupes were carried by: the express remove the sour, fermenting*food
a wealth of agricultural productsthat pitanga, which looks like a big saw mills in the woods, and some of company to New York for. and foul gases; take the exoeas 'bUe
they barely had a chance to look cherry and -tastes like one, with justa the most valuable of the timber, simple remedy for improvingthe I I eighty cents whereas under the new : from the liver sod carry oft the constipated , r
suggestion of red pepper in the known locally as "ironwood" cannotbe eye brows l is vaseline. Rub it rate sixty pounds of cantaloupes to 1 waste matter and poison '
at.There was a great deal of interestin flavor. It is said to make the most: floated down the rivers because it on carefull) ysmoothlng the hair line New YorV: by express cost the shipper I from the intestlaes and bowols. A10ceo.t S*
this country in the nave lorange of delicious ice' cream of any of the I is heavier than water and will\ sink. from the nose outward. one dollar and sixty-four and : box from your drucrfst will ,{
Brazil,. because that was where the South American fruits. It is also Some of this wood is brought out to two-fifth cents. Take Boston; the old keep your liver and bowels clean; :
navel orange of this country came used as preserve and Is excellent in the coast, but it has to be buoyed up Excessive dandruff on the scalp will rate was eighty cents a crate of stomach, street and bead clear fat
from and it was desirable to Infuse this way. Another peculiarity of the with bamboo poles to make it float. cause falling of the hair. cantaloupes. The new rate is three month. They work while you sleep. i

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"'' STOMACH 4 intet\ the, expense .of' the treatment, WIlfN':' ; '' ,SORTS

". FLORIDA'SCRIPPLED' which usually I. long',uofUo.palifUl, f OuT'Oii':

and' requires the highest order of '-is'EftVe.; ,

\SUFFERERS ,surgical ,skill and, nursing. 'To secure i'' START UR (LIVER ..

these benefit, It in necessary. -

N YMi With To i Obtain Com,, tat'r only that the parent or the family J WORKING( T"tS1AD"FOR'
fteaulta Try doctor shall the State Health ,
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t'M. ., '. Wonderful Stomach Remedy .. proviUcd for..the purpose.shall. make No Matter What Aids You, Dodaon'sUver FUTURE: ROAS

L6$. DON Will.Comjnc* Yon application for the .service., A careful Tone la Usually '. Big'Help .: vet ash 6 o ',
a ''investigation and diagnosis of I In Well. Avoid
CHILDRENHow I Getting *
the made and child who .'
case are no Calomel ftffEREN To aIav
I is entitled by ,a .liberal interpretationof .

the circumstance* of each case, will. Nine ,times out of ten, ,when you

be turned away. are ill or out 'of sorts, ypur flyer is . '

Of course, ten thousand dollars a out of order and getting It in order TENDERLOIN ROAST $
Many Children Como year doe not meet all the absolutely again will make you feel better.

i' I I necessary expense, and to supple, When' your liver is sluggish and torpid Considered the Choicest Part of the Beef.

I ment the fund the surgeon in charge and you are constipated and bilious -
Into The World gives hid services free. Some other it is Impossible to feel well. HOW TO CARVE

I Florida citizens, -real Christians ,they There was a time when a great ,.

I --- I are-pay every draft that is made number of people took calomel when Sit in a chair slightly higher than the ordinary dining chair-never
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them to further this work. 10 troubled. But this is not true
., 11'11 :NO' DICrOH.MITY) NO MALAl upon Their names are among the best today. It has become widely known stand. Use a carving knife with a strong and keen blade. Cut thin

;l MlO71"a" Waaldelf.l ","m."h RrtnMlr. i. will\ )\'. WHICH. NEGLECTED, I known in the State y..t only I those that calomel often has bad after. slices clear across the top from A to B and if your roast is from our shop :1YOU'LL

aJ Vtiown ihroufhoul. Utchav "..", IIf'I! ", thousand l li\: KLOr INTO A PERMANENT whose business it is to know, can effects and is even dangerous to .
: ....pie .* taken. it for Mutiunh. I f rarveloua '
reulu .
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and ii
Allmont* rN> it to other*. this money Tone instead of calomel has spread HAVE A FEAST FIT FOR A KING
'' Xatonlahli.Una nifilalraunerrr.: titvr rvreivrtl" I CONDITION.: j wonderfully because it has proved so '
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r.pIaIn it* Ircmrmlou aale.. I.) raieljr, r\rr. . I Z. Roberson many recommend and RULL BASS MARKET Phone 189 304 Broadway ;,'y
e faiU and thnite aWtclvd with Mftmawb I.Ir i Arc the* rhildien worth saying?! ,
and. lnt_ lna.l AHmMHtv I.dlae.tion.i.a' In CALL FOR WHITE PRIMARY guarantees Dodson's Liver Tone Instead I Ajf
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, Yal.tlna MpelU. Ctollv. AUeM-lt T MpI.lrrr. >' a neglect all too ,. .. ..
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t t>...|lMl4 n, etc lt"uM b V ill mean purchase price ((60c.) to you instantly -- -
tt rera lhl ""mod,. 7hr "hcnrhu mnmarh .uln. frriicrul, or by un indifference to the ELECTION without question if you are .. ..- .". . ......:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:'. I *i '
d y, who_have df tultrit have rewivrdAfter May'. "'(la..in"M.t mom.item-car.a I infantV welfare so frequent as toPUKWxt not perfectly pleased with the way ::::::::: ::gHviffircwrc'winiinniiuniiM: :::::::: \ nlUUllll1nlmII 1UU1IUllnl1lunUlllllluIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I( IIE:.::.::.::. :::::::::::::::: /.r

sell feting' one.. you have liken this "t leant a failure by Rome in which it relieves you from constipation ;iiiir;: .':':'::':':':': .. .. -iiii.:.:.:.:. (
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J Item....jr you phonlJ be able\ to ciifrm and a. parents to recognize the necessity of -- sick headache, biliousness, '40' t

f I aimlate! red.your blond fond to every enable, part the of heart I he htvlv in _pump givinf early medical or surgical treatment. I' The city executive committee of the etc It "livens the liver" and is a
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PUTT How children into the
(Srirtt r.. and alrenptn to fibs and| mtiarlr.luMre many come :. "white man's party" met yesterday' pleasant-tasting vegetable liquid ......... ......... ,;, $
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\\inltl with fair Mart ?! With
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and apatkle to rye 'afternoon and like and -
formulated the follow- to causes no pain no
and activity and linl\ easy :: : : So much work is, necessary in the kitchen that due con- 1'1
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the inheritance malady
lo romplraimi no deformity, no "
fojor iti ing call for a "white man's primary: Jt'ripe. no bad results no change from
to the brain IV away with yntir |* i all that makes the work easier and .
which neglected sideration should be given to 'J l lII
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and ...fI.rI". and this .a often lo.ablr; with may 'i i The city executive committee of the your regular duties and habits.
....... one. dnoe of Ma\jrn W.tHlrrfail Ht.hookirlde.rribiqt 'n.rhtomMljr i into n permanent crippled (condition I I "white man's party" in the city of J I i To test Dodson's Liver Tone i is a more pleasant ft z
IntrreKting literature and i or into dt.e5AC. hopeless and incurable I
Slonuirb Allm n'. acni ,free byfen. Kissimmee hereby call and provide for sensible matter because you get your A plain iron sink returns
II M.yr, XHjr. Chemist, 134156 Watt ] ? Trouhles which with proper I, holding of a "white man's" primary money back if you are not satisfied.
M M SL Chicago 111. 11111(1 i timely rare may he cured ? No i election, to be held in the city of Kis- I very little for the effort spent
I one may answer the question exactly (I. it A few minutes 'rspent -
1' | simmee in compliance with the laws SHALL WE NAME IT upon
For Sale In KUnimmr UT
ay I hut the records show that one- ; of the State of Florida said primary SUCCESS COURTESY l _! in cleaning a r' i'

a f1 J. Z. KO1.EKSON !: fifth of all the children born in the i to be held during the hours fixed bylaw I', 'i ';)\andal'd'" white enam't': -A t
herr.A United States die before they are i for the holding of elections "The door to is not broad I
success
Hi\,, And DruffrU.a Every i on a I eled sink and you have a yen-
I one year old, one-fourth before theycomplete I Saturday. March 7th, 1914, for the and lofty portal sign post-
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r js table of radiance.
the fifth and one-third everyone beauty spot I4.
year
nomination of candidates for city elective ed over it, else would suc-
; never reach twenty years. offices to be voted for at the gen- ceed; it fa a very small affair and the Our catalogue of sink 1is 1 1\\\ t

: CHICHESTER b PILLS These fatalities are due in part, of eral city election to be held in said' sign does not read 'Success,' but very interesting with its

NI HBANIk yy 1 (ourxe. to causes not connected with ,city of Kissimmee on Saturday, March :. Courtesy,' that is to say that quality wall hanging corner and
{ 4 l 4lMl A *F .r >>f4X /A5OB \ I parental influences but it is safe to 28, 1914. which leads one to treat everyone (
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i .'': :''ad = Praar- { assert that many-a large proportion Qualifications of Electors. even a stranger in a friendly and recess patterns. It is free I It'

j ,.o_. .. ::..once.alas oJ"": | remit from just these influences. considerate manner, and without regard to all interested in good .,
...) ........ \.. ... Those and only those persons shall' 3taadrr '
I.a! I If the matter be considered from to consequences, is one of the plumbing and good fixtures.
eN. NaANe rl l>e permitted te vote at, or participatein
M .':a..a.r.4 e.aaa.,Alw vs .Ia.n i i the financial viewpoint society can of said I I most important qualifications for enabling -
1 make no better investment than toI in management primary to the right end.
1, BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE election who are white elctors who you grasp THE OLD RELIABLE ,
I see that its children are well born. I I Everyone who approaches you is likely
r" 6 1 | Next to that, it ill a wise expenditure declare and their adherence of the to"white the principle a" to have concealed about him that =m::: ::: PLUMBING AND TIN SHOP w::::: : .
organization: man
r \ aaeo.oooo oooooaooo ,, made to strong see that in their the early weaklings years are sothat party In the city of Kissimmee who ( ever which you will desire lead you whether to success it be in in what-business !:!:III R. L. STARLING. MANAGER !:i.!:!:'!:!!

: are by the laws of the city of Kissimmee ::::::::: ::::: ::: \"
when maturity comes with its or in some higher ideal which iii I I11WIU11tII1111UIGIMUWMYItUtlHIAUIUWtlualNUltt
LEWIS RYAN responsibilities, it will find them lawful electors, who have on or you have at heart. If turn $!ii1L.!: : : : :.:.:.:: ::::::::::::::; :!:!:!:! e',
you away
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n' ATTORNEY AT LAWSPECIALIZING equipped' physically at least, to do poll before taxes February for the years 14, 1914 1912, paid and 1913 their, you think it not worth while to trouble :...:...:...:...-:...:..:...:...:.:..::.:.:..:... """, "._.---'- \ ...:...:...:...:...:.::...:...-:..:...:...:...:. 1. _

their part in the world. yourself about a stranger he is likelyto L
I who have registered up to and includ-
Unfortunately only comparativelyfew turn from you-th t particular opportunity I
March 6 1914 and who
ing pledge
has knocked and will knockno
IN I of Florida's citizens know that themselves to abide by the result of
more at door. We have known PALACE DRUG STORE Inc. J i
f the State Legislature is making just said primary election and vote for the your :
great results to come from such a
( ABSTRACTAND that kind of an investment It is nominees thereof at the
I making possible for the poor, who election ensuing city simple thing as taking the troubleto SAM G. RAGSDALE, Pre. and Mr"THE ( '
cannot meet the cost of exepnsive and remember the name and face of a
prolonged treatment that their crippled Qualification of Candidates. stranger to whom one has been casually PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE" r*i 1 i'

TITLE WORK children may be cured that litUe Those, and only those persons, shall introduced. Even if 'there is PHONE No. 41 FREE DELIVERY ::

a ;,t I twisted! and deformed limbs and feet be permitted to become candidates for nothing in it,' still the act of courtesy __ .
$TAT aANK BLOS, and hacks shall be straightened and offices to be voted for in said primary reacts on yourself. It helps to builda --- --- - -- If

that they shall not be compelled to j elections who pledge themselves in habit which sooner or later will produce I

OP000OOP PdP0000 exist through pitiable life-time with {I writing to abide by the result of said results. It will make you more PRESCRIPTION WORK ;flJ

it t a the burden of humped backs and primary elections and support the of a man and a brother of men.-Ex.

club feet and hare lips. It has pro- nominees thereof; who are qualified I i* the supreme ted 0a drug store' r
.o..ooo. ooooocoooooo. vided that these children of the poor I under the laws of the State of Flor- NOTICE. character. Our Prescription Depart.
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who hate just as much right to be ida and citof Kissimmee to hold of- r ,
1 L THE strong and happy as their richer I ,I ment is run on the principal that your ;, .

neighbors shall have the benefits\ of fice.List of Offices To Be Filled. I j I To the Property Owners of. Osceola doctor knows what he wants when he

4 ManhattanHotel :'I the highest surgical and medical skill Each elector m the city of Kissim I I County: writes his directions and that it is our

f ,, that they shall have every needed mee qualified to rote in said primary :; I will be at the following, places on duty to follow them to the very letter. 1"

comfort and attention during such election shall have the right to vote in the dates named for the purpose of Bring prescriptions here and
t" : treatment and until they.re "'pronounced said primaries for: receiving tax: returns: your you
will make the doctor's work and Y.
Attention well and strong. One candidate for mayor. Shingle Creek, precinct No. 2, February surer '
Special to I,
,,, for 21.Campbell. Quicker.
better One candidate clerk.
Honestly can you imagine a .
thoTravcIIug!! Public way to spend ten thousand dot One candidate for treasurer.' precinct No.3, February . .. .. .. .
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k f scros.tho money eveQ'year' i'
Just from St. precinct No.4 February
collector.
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PALACE DRUG STORE Inc. I"
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due at to .
part a !general -
1 'council for two years each. Crab Grass, precinct No.6, February
KISSIMMEE, FLA. ignorance(' of this provision that Five members of the executive committee 26.tV'hittier. SAM G. RAGSDALE, Pre. and "Mrr. I,

? it has not been made more useful for precinct No. 6, February ':
one )'eaf' THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE"
I to the people of Florida But twen Time for Qualifying.Each 28. I I IBassenjrer

| ty-five year children, .some in received hospitals treatmentlast and someat person desiring to have mst t precinct No. 7, -March i j jXarcoossee PHONE No. 41 - FREE DELIVERY rr i.D. i-, '.

f name printed on the primary election 2.
their homes recordsare iI
J I Photogrpahic ballot as a candidate for any city of- j i precinct :No 8, March I ')'
kept of the e cases, and if the
t, M. TILLER face. shall file with, the chairman of 6. t \ ,
; people of the State, who for 1
I pay this committee, on or before February i Kissimmee, precinct :No 1, after .
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these results could how of
see some :24, 191... his notice of candidacy and March 6.
Real Estate Agency. these little I I{ application to have his name so printed W. I. BARBER. t
I with twisted spines and deformed
................................. fret and limbs and with upon a blank to be furnished by Tax Assessor i .D. I G.WflBHEH IHSBBBKBE HGEJICY.
I pitiful the chairman of this committee, and j I 7 tt Osceola County.A . .
faces drawn with have been
Realty bought and sold, I straightened up to be pain like other children accompanied by .the amount of his as-I| I att

1r Houses rented if they could listen to the laugh sessment. as specified below and no quick all over every Successor to Arthur E. Doaegaa Afeacy ::1 !
of such candidate ahall be sponging
c. Taxes paid and Titles verIfied I ter and shouts of welcome with which name printed upon any or counted or return d I morning, followed by a brisk rub Room N. 9 Secead floor Citizen Bank Bllildi.,. Phone 246 .'
for non-residents. they the doctors who have "
: greet with a crash towel stimulates the
&T if such ballot I \' ..
printed upon any unless ,
!)t Fire Life and Accident In- made happinexs possible for them this provision shall have been kin and removes the accumulation'

6j surance. they would declare that many tiroesI complied with of waste, matter thrown off through ; General Insurance Business representing the strongest and most
I ten thousand dollars would not be the night. It need not take more '
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Indemnity Bonds. : too l large a price to pay for it. Form of Ballot. I than two or three minutes. t ReliaUe cosnpaaies 1 1"e

r The Legislature 1911 The ,voting1 in said primary elections I IU' f
.. passed shall be hj hrst and second choice ballot \ will continue the Business of the Arthur E. Donegsn Agencywithout :
what
is! known H The CrippledChildren's
: Hill" It provided for the compliance with the provisionsof YUUA CHILD la CROSS: I change-Your patronage is respectfully solicited. ''4 ;
and the
the State
primary laws ,,
i I rstal.lishmcnt and equipment of a FEVERISH,.CONSTIPATED
of the candidates for each of- ,
names ltf :
hospital for the treatment of indigent ,
crippled hildren of the State on the ballot in alphabetical order. | ,
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S. BULLOCK(
the ballo order. r
in which .uch patients. should be received on tin alphabetical : <6<
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frE'ef charge, and for the Canvass of Return Look Mother! If tongue is coated
This committee shall meet at eighto'dock cleans little bowels wIthCall-
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pi i"pose tvMrtv thousand dollar was the 7th of March torn la Syrup .f FIJV", a ,
REAL ESTATE p. m on day
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r i.i!"'opriatcl Ft (aUo presided forthe (
' M ," ... ... .. 114, in the city council chamber of':,
%% %*% *%*%% %% ninintenanet'' of the hospital the
stun of ten thousand dollars a ve-ir. the city of Ki&simmoe and publiclyeanvasA SUPERIOR SERVICE ,
INSURANCE the returns in accordance Motkert :aa rest scar' afterCalifornia glv6ts )
1 hI"1 I'1'1'''' 1 legislators whjnj law Flor '' in COURTEOUS TREATMENT
with the primary election of Syrup or Flics because
'|.o. eat i the appi opriation for "-U'h ida. and declare' what candidates have a few hour all the clogged up waste.sour \
i Examination of Titles a an 1 i-t'tution ,ui-t why no on,' reirunibi'i been nominated for each office 'oted' bile and fermenting food gentlymoves

now but l prolutbly)' their for. and the< chairman and secretaryof out of the bowls aDd you havea ,

,':. Specialty. "n-- e,le under !perfect *on thin committee' within two days veil, playful child again. r
E 'f i i trot However ,I.> meet I this objection thereafter shall certify the names oft, Sick children needn be ooaxed to ,

Corresoondence Solicited it wa agreed that until the numI..r those candidatereceiving the noire take this harmless -fruit:: laxatlvfc." ;

fi 9 of patientshould t>e large atio-n for ron, of!ice to the city a1.l-1 Mllllcma of mother keep it handy" because
| enough\ .to make it absolutely neces: of Kiisimmee the nominees they know its action on the The Conservative r42
'4 ,.., _. .. thorite! < aa Baling .
'4Ir hispecm! hospital should not I
.. , v. of this party for the Offices! to stomach liver and bowels_ la promptand
l I. '1 10.4'44 i I. and -Kiit the State Board I .
I be voted for at the general election wire.Ask
of f Mfa'tr'! shoul i airange for their to be held March 28. 1914.Aa I your druggist\ for a Vceat< bottle .

? rare in hospitals already in operation .esii enta. I I I of UtorlUa 3yruof' Figs"which principl to which the Citi- tl

a t C. W. GRIFFIN( Xreordinglv, arrangement! contaln-direcUocs for bab tea. chUdrell .;
For the
of theeXl'f'r.I
i were made for the care of the white, purpose defraying .
of of til ages and far grown ups.I Bank of :
children in St ukes Hospital and
Vt 4u Staple ant: FancyGROCERIES for the colored:! children in Brt.'W1Itt'r the payment of inspectors I II '
> and cerka printing of ballots etc., I adheres i '
.! Hospital both institutions being located the REGISTRATION BOOKS OPEN gives the w
following assessments are levied
in Jacksonville, where all

,, could.. be Thin in the particular charge! doctor of one ill physiciai. one- the against..various prospective offices' : to be candidates filled. for : Griffin Supervisor has appointed of Registration Ida and deputies the C.boob w in assurance. of safety and good : i ;

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''of the Mayor. three dollars.
If best known surgeons in the are now open for all wbo care to regtater service.
: Clerk three dollars.
South, and the hardly less than l
4 I. 1 mar- All voters will be required to ra
vellous Treasurer three dollars. a
:Free Delivery to all Parts results' he has accomplished" : Marshal and' tax collector, three register if they desire to participate '1
are being watched
., di in all by profession dollars. ia the p regardless of whether We invite you to inspect our facilities and open /1
of the
of the tits Now part country. '\ Members city council, one dollar. I they bar registered before or not a checking account. ..
If at that St. Lukes Hospital has l.spect.ra.i Boob air* in the hands of the following ;
been moved into new and splendidly The ia the various
following inspectors and clerk depoties precincts ;
equipped building' on a large plat 1
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are hereby designated to conduct the : -
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WANTADS t Valley: the suggested and urged that I Inspectors C. Livingston H.I : Doncgan P. K. Weaver, f'Pttrsidmt. ';\

separate Wpital" provided for i! N. Bratton. J. ..M. Johnston clerk. J. N*. 8..-..Campbell. Dan Laaier. '
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quarters, where its living in "the kind in Florida which has a Seminole'
FLORIDA marshes could be secured. It was COTTON ACURSE I member, and Mr. Wilson is one of the\ .
about four and a half or five feet in very few white men who hat the full
length, it sailed in full sight for a. confidence and friendship of the Indi-
time, then sank in the water out of ans. Only recently Mr. Bowlegs visited -
sight.At. Mr. Wilson at his home and spent
j COLLEGE the sounding of the whistle, all TO several days with him.
got on board, and with no disk.terreturned The lair directors have the assur-I
at sundown, all expressingone ance from the Osceola county fair
opinion-that the trip was one commissioners that they will make an I
FOR WOMEN alloyed success, and after landing at CHILDRENSays I Indian exhibit and bring some real II I JAN.C.
our (is to be modern) city dock, v.-" live Indians with them besides Editor .
Ohio people gave three rousing Triplett of The Kissimmee Valley Ga- '!
,. cheers for Ohio. zette.-Orlando Sentinel. I
We are hoping we may some time' .

:; Offers Special Advantages in ing round the that future and when the make howling another another winds winter trip beginto hop-rolls Superintendent of f i HONOR ROLL i '.

blow the tourists who rememberthe .
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k For Training Teachers pleasure of that day may haveno Texas School ST. CLOUD COOL

other thought than to hie away Chart Class-Msny Bracey Hollis I
1 where the skies are ever blue and Court Lessie Scott Bessie Eleda
Scott,
the sun shines more days than in
SPRING REVIEW COURSES ARE country and where the people any are CHILDREN FOUR AND FIVE j. Townsend. i 0
FREE AND BOARD AND h Grade I-Willie Walters.
YEARS OLD WORK IN FIELDS TIMECitrus
ROOM CAN BE HAD FOR Thanking the captain for a safe FROM SUN-UP TILL DARK Grade II-Richard Atwood, Newell 1 J
J1J.50 A MONTH. journey, Capt. Ben White and some Atwood Franklin Byng, Clois Kirk- .
ladies for the interest shown in mak- FIVE MONTHS IN wood, Pearl Moore, Fred Reagan
ing up of the crowd. YEAR. Edith Roberts, Annie Walters. W
Whatever preparation the women We hoping to meet again. Grade III-Evelyn Ashton Gage i. '
of Florida wish to make for their Your friend and citizen, Adele Drake ;
Davy, Firkins
"Cotton is a curse to Texas chil- Virgil w
advancement in the teaching profession MRS. B. E. MODI. dren," remarked the superintendent of Thelma Harris, Erma Hall Margaret !
they will find that the Florida JULY
Hughe Charles Houcic Bertha 31cClelland
one of the Texas schools to Lewia W.
State College for Women providesthe I lime,. special investigator for the Na- Aliens Moore Bernice Pad- I ,
best instructors that can be secured tional Child Labor Committee. And' gett, Priscilla Peckham, Elizabeth I )
work. in the State for any special MORE CITRUSFRUIT why is it a curse? This question is Pomeroy, Harold Schofield, Roy Lie- '

\ the theme of an article by Mr. Hine miller, Myrtle Tucker. ,
P' No fees, no tuition in any spring on "Childien or Cotton," in the "Sur- I'I Grade IV-Mildred Barry, Otis Bass Growers ,
.: review courses. vey" of February 7th. I I George Bennett Viola Booth, Margaret -

Board including' room, heat and ROLLED "Come out with me at sun-up," says ''. Fallough, Maynard Harris Robert I Our new Spring Citrus Book entitled BE ON TIME :
light i is only 13.60 per month. Mr. Hine "and 'Watch the children Ide, Maurice Johnson, Edna King, .lIow..d:1
It tells what fertilizer to how much when to
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use, ppl
Along with the teachers course of i I trooping into the fields, some of them Irene Low, Evangeline Nordman, Irene ,
' sp;'J 4 the' spring{ term, which offers a review kiddies four or five years old, to begin'.1 Obert. other valuable points on grove management. k
I r in all subjects necessary for a the pick-pick-pick, drop.into the bag I| Grade V-Katherine Farr. Chalmer Send for copy and also for our leaflets Acid Soils and Ltme4
J but, second or third grade certificate LAST WEEKIT step forward; pick-pick, drop into the i j Figart. Its Forms and ..
'' there will be classes for those bag, step forward, six days in the I i| Grade VI-Lina Buckley, Leona
Yj desiring to prepare for the State primary week, five months in the year, under a i' Derrickson, Ruby Yeatman. WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER ,CO;
certificate. The course will relentless sun. The mere sight of I Manufacturers of Ideal Fertlllzera'h;:
last three months and the examina- their monotonous repetition will tire'>, Grade VII-Ruth Bleech Virginia' '<,
tion will be held at the close of the Fike, Talma(re Figart, Ivan Kilpat-
HAD BEEN RUNNING UGHT you out long before they stop. Their I JACKSONVILLE. FLA. .
rick Judd Wallace Ellsworth Yeat-
term. Students will have the advantage working day follows the sun, and not I|''i ,
of the. entire equipment of the until sun-down will they leave the I I man. i 93h1
i college. fields. Ruby; aged seven, stopped I I'I f Grade VIII-Pearl Bass, Mary I
'To be eligible for this examination PRICES WERE OUT OF LINE FOR working long enough to say, as I Harper, Evadne Harris, Winfred, "
teachers must have had three year's SOME TIME BUT EXPECTS TO stood by her,<,'I works from sunupto llouck, Burton Ilouck- I -
experience in regular primary workin : sun-down, an' picks' thirty-five I Grade IX-Calvin Parker, .' .. 1
a graded school and one year's BE BETTER FROM pounds a day.' Imagine the numberof I I Grdae X-Kittie Marsh s
normal training x>r they must have NOW ON. feathery bolls that must go into the' Grade XI-Harry Williams.
v had five years' experience in primary bag hanging about her neck to tip the I Grade XII-Donald Conn.
1! work in a regular graded school in scale at thirty-five pounds! I j
h the State. I Florida citrus shipments: I "The result of few of this
Cars moved last week____ ___ 593 a years i I
l Ai\y teachers who cannot attend Cars moved week before last.445 u incessant 'grind long hours, physical I DATES CHANGED
this course but who are eligible, will: Total cars moved to last Saturday strain, lack of proper food and care,

be allowed to apply for this special ________ ___ ___13,447 and lack of mental stimulus? What
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examination at the college in June, can it be but physical degeneration and FOR REUNION i f f r 1 ;
'\ when they have filed their creden- moral atrophy? We have long assailedand I !
tials. The citrus fruit movement last ( justly) the cotton industry as
week was light as only 693 cars moved.It the Herod of the mills. The sunshine, I
OF CONFEDERATES
( is anticipated that the movement in the cotton fields has blinded our Ii
this week will be considerably heavieras eyes to the fact: that the cotton picker ,I i rrt7Al
TRIP
OVER THE LAKE the closing down of the packing suffers quite as much as the mill hand'

., houses for the past two or three weeks from the monotony, overwork, and I I,
( has materially added in cleaning up hopelessness of his life. It l is high WILL MEET WEEK LATER I
the market and, as a consequence time for us to face the truth and add
; A few of the tourists planned
a there i is a better demand The to our indictment of King Cotton a ,
says
1. trip on our beautiful Lake Tohopeka- Packer. I new charge-the Herod of the fields. CHANGE MADE TO ACOMMODATEMANY II I .
Ha. 1 "One of the most pitiful thing YOUNG BUSINESS MEN _. -.
Prices still remain unsatisfactory.The r .. .
Our gracious citizen, Capt. Johnson ': about the situation is the indifferent .. ,' -
J' 1 who owns the large boats and prices on grapefruit' stiffened considerably of conditions WHO WISH TO I '
acceptance by people
/is who is always courteous to the as probably 65 or 70 per cent ATTEND.
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.' generally. I heard very little anxious ..
of the'
crop already has been moved.
strangers, offered to give the tourists comment from school teach-
except
., \ an outing in his largest boat at a No doubt of the the season most has unsatisfactorymonth just passed as I, ers. Ruby's father, who said, 'They Jacksonvile. Fla., Feb. 7.-The dates .alli.'Y

if trifling cost. friend the records show that most season i muff five months schoolin' and it ain't for the twenty-fourth annual conven- SAM'S MAILS safe and and .
Our genial Capt. Ben White, January is the month of every overloadpd 1 ,' stood out among all the parentsi tion of the United Confederate Vete- UNCLE are sure our spkndid J
with some lady friends, toured the i .
I interviewed It scheduled take in Jacksonville t
as a rare exception. rans, place -
town in his fine auto to Inform the markets and poor prices. I l is quite possible that the Texas far- were yesterday at a meetingof for giving prompt attention to mailed deposit'are
: tourist and all who would enjoy a It is believed by the large distributors :
'
mers are not so indifferent to the exploitation the Jacksonville Reunion A socia- '
day of recreation to meet at the city growers and 'shippers that from of their children as appears, changed to May 6, 7, 8, just one week the result of a carefully studied effort to satisfactorily serve a large'.j
'I' dock promptly at 8 a. m. with well now on prices will be more satisfactory for ,
they' it. later than had been
are literally 'up against previously an-
< filled baskets and fishing tackle. and the deinand better during transient .and constantly( growing list of out-of-town :
i They are renters, weighed nounced. The official dates named as depositors.'t
To the captain's surprise, when the balance of the season. The week i down by debt, illiterate, and .dependent April 29 80 and May 1, were made c&'
the hour arrived Wednesday February rains throughout Florida last j upon the crops. during the visit of Gen. Bennett H. i ft 1
I 6th, there were enough for had a good deal to do with '
curtaling .
, three boats numbering 138. Forty- 1 of the shipments as they were exceed-| "But I place first and foremost in Young here, early in December. j WHEN YOU CAN'T COME TO TOWN ,*
any program of change the restriction I Since that time a large number of
three were Ohio people; twenty-five ingly light for this season of the year. I'
were Illinois people and five from No doubt there are many more or- of child labor. Children must be left requests have been made to the com- USE THE MAILS '
Nebraska. Michigan had a large'0' anges left in the State in proportion free to go to school. At a recent conference mander-in-chief asking that the date
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-: .:;?" w delegation and many other states j'to the crop than for many past sea- of the Texas State Board of <' be changed. It was found that many If
;, represented.After sons. It is expected that Charities and Corrections, all were young business people, notably those .
.. all were en board the American -|, this week will be considerably heavier agreed that compulsory education is employed by banks/ over the South If yon will drop .. a line we will gladly tell yea'
flag was raised by Mrs. Anna than last as the low price which have the greatest need of Texas today. I would be denied the chance of attend-
ti Barney late from Fredericktown, I prevailed have increased the consump- Patriotism demands that we save the { ing the reunion, if such should be held .ore abeat it, sad ladd.&ally"'a.& few geed ,
The day was ideal; the lake was i tion of .fruit and the demand at'the children. We must begin at once-lay i, around the first of a month. f?:

like a glassy sea. We were shown! beginning of the week was much better i I the foundation for the farmer of tomorrow I I This will mean that the big affair re..... why yea should sue d a,.auk. t M>
.' t at a. distance, Wilcox, Paradise, than any time since January 10. Fruit| by a longer period of child- j here will be attended by at least 6,000 tilt
Cypress and Flemming islands, and I is carrying fairly well there is some |I for hood today, with better preparation" j more people most of these young men,, s
Kissimmee Park, and rounded up at decay but nothing compared to last work and better training for life. I who will put in circulation in this
Johnson's Cove for dinner. We I season, and.taking shipments as a I town at least $10 a day each. Witha '*
landed on high, dry grounds, spreadthe whole they are arriving on the different SEMINOLE INDIANS TO BE EX- I per capita expenditure of$30 for STATE BANK OF i
contents of our baskets on the I markets in- very satisfactory con- HIBITED AT ORLANDO FAIR three days, this will give the city an I ,
ground in the shade of cypress and dition. added $150.000" feels J. G. Rice, the .
i oak trees and enjoyed our dinner to man who has charge of the publicity KISSIMMEE .
the fullest After walking about CARD OF THANKS. It is probable that )Mr.. Billy Bow- I campaign for the big reunion.W. .
; watching the children wade in the legs and other membefs of the Semi- J. Craig, passenger traffic manager ( .
.warm water in the lake seeing the nole Indian tribe will be present at of the Atlantic Coast Line railroad \ "
-dextrous fisherman draw with eager We wish to express our'many, the South Florida Mid-Winter Exposition -( and numerous other railwaymen Capital $100,000.00 . :i } iI

eyes ,spotted trout from the cove we thanks and appreciations to ourmany to be. given" in,Orlando February heartily agreed that the change Surplus 30000.00 Dcpoiitor's ;Security$13o3ooioOf '
w repaired to the boats where the ever- friend. for their kindness and' 17-21. of dates would work to the best in-t I
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? present picture man \took several sympathy: to us during' the illness Mr. Bowlegs Is a personal friendof terests of the business people of FlorIda -:?i ( and I Directors; i -2 '
s ''views of the boats and aa many. and death'of our beloved hnsbend -.141' Jamea L.'."Wilson,,.of Kissim- who will be the hosts. of the re-i j "
,, were present on hornet Song were and father. :May the.:V Lord blest, m who.baa an excellent collection union.. I;I C A. cARsoN. Press Ji; MLuZV. : .Pfeet.f
sung,"recitations rendered, introductions each one ia the prayer of each of..... of Seminole weapon, cooking utensils An address was also made at about: Preet ... : .
#, to strangers stories of wa*:- MRS. CEO.' W. HATNES. I and curios. presented him from time to this time by Charles E. Jones, chairman I ,M.KATI-. tad, ,%Ptce. " "

., tlmes; .:were,.njoyesiand: the dar too : ,..' And Children. : time by Mr, Bowae..*'and other memo of the committee which will,I ROMA "l'l-lnUA-4tIA... : ., .tuat Gs1d.r l ,Y J"1 -f: '
';n rreborL: ,... ,', ':. .1'.f .,y "I ben of the.tribe. Mr..Bowlegs... a- handle the 'rentaurant end of.the mull,,I < : :'.-: 1--:'. .1"- .-+ .. .
'J over etghttVed ,If 1. a wall kneiEs4tt that ,oDe of member of ,the. stated that .. t
0 nonr'way the captain ) ltisdm.Board .f ter. Mr. Jones every Oft. 1 +;ti It' t3' '
? aa alligator for the crowd:It-bat- the chief auras jpf: (Illness isthe Trade having been proposed for mem-, safeguard would! be thrown about th... ... ,. '. 01'<< .,.' .A,.),!.' ''t<" .
ep 'If, ing realized that waa-spring'time, ceaseless,thinking and. talking about. bership by Mr.Wl&onThe; Kisaim.mee ., plan.ot.. tin .!the best (service fo% ;

I, .1'\4it..wse on r the,:move. 'from,- winter.," ,',;i'/ ..board ,la, the" 'only"i body:i of the/the .reuniotr-riajtorsv, ,', ,"'.v 1 "\ ",1t.1 A", 34'1' P 7h YY-, .)1'I'; ; \ try ...1.1P1H ,siiacT ,et'N

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,I'11BLJaIJIlD'' EVERY !; OR IN VALLEY GAZ *E BUILDING. .
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>4\ .g.: J., TRIPLETT ;. .. . ;'r ?,. . .. Editor and Manager .: combined my stock of ,Groceries :with that of _
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Y't' .oae 811BIICJUPTION copy, .1 SlDoDth.RATES______:_oneeOfY, one One year 0091.-three_months:.-.11.1.r.____ .10 R. Blenis Co., which I purchased last week, ,'

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An communication.' except from our & ..* correspond must .
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4, .Igned by the writer. .... } and which building I -
__ "ReJect" matter. will not be return e 4 .n'. callodfot.tetor am now occupying corner Broadway: .

r : > l at the Postofflc tn Kl.lmm. Florida a* oond-ola. mall matter.4t .
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better than .
avenue am prepared ever to meet
't'i 4t> FRIDAY: FEBRUARY 13, 1914.Resume ,

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'" of.the Year's Work I everything in the grocery line, as well as all classes of pro-



.t : Kissimmee Board of Trade ; duce, hay, grain and feed, and cain. assure the buying public ''w



( By C. F. JOHNSON, SecretaryA I I II that nothing will leave my store that is not of the best. The .


1 left to committee with instructions building in which I am now located is the same in which I
) special meeting was held on February July was | ;
. I 17, 1918, for the purpose of I that all money left on
''l. electing officers for the year, and the hand be turned'Jver to the treasurer I began business some years ago, and I ask all my old friends ;
celebration over.
./ election resulted as follows: when was I
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:''t r. eon B., C.vice-president Miller, president; C. ;F.A.Johnson S. Nel-, adopted Amendment May 26 making: to changes constitution in dues was to to again give me a portion of their patronage. My best

'::(: secretary, and W. L. Winn, treas the board. ,

.y urer.A. : Much discussion was heard on | efforts will be put forth to please every customer and my
r. committee was appointed to try committee reports, all of whom seem- ,
',. to locate skirt factory in the city, I ed to be hard at work.
f' a proposition having been made by June 9: .| line is complete in every department.
' A. Rosenberg. I Palmetto Fiber Company asked
.t": C. A. Carton asked that a committee i for proposition for locating a fiber
be appointed to arrange a program I plant in the ctiy, which was turned
" for the meeting the board. over to committee on new enterprises. Respectfully,
: No committee appointed.W. Question an to what commissionerswould
+ I' J. Sears asked for' a committee do with the extra millage allowed R. S. FLOYD.
q'. of Ave to confer with the city council by new law for advertising.
.{ .. and try to secure a driveway along Many favored entire sum being expended -
; the lake front. No committee ever I for advertising by board ad- 'ky
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: i vertising committee Stanford
.I thought enough fhould be used to se-

;'i' 6 Committee appointed to entertain .j'it_.t>.A -a Air._ .< .trtf_. ..Via.. rrfinntV---n'r t --==-- -- -

the retail hardware men's convention i I July 17:: 'distributed by the board and over what owing to lack of persistency of'
"Ii', 4. delegates that were to visit the city. Was set at rlean-up day and the five hundred letters in reply to In- "PLACE OF CHRIST" some of these promising to take: LEAVES TO ATTEND
.; This .affair was earned to a success civic committee asked to arrange for
quiries written by the secretary during W. G. Hankins will the
'.'Y' ful conclusion by a committee composed ,' concerted action the that part. sing 'II"
over city on
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) the SUBJECT OF LECTURE
., % of the local hardware dealers date name period role of Prince Caspian, Dan Kelley GOLDEN JUBILEE r
.. Many matters of importance have "
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"Dosay, Sam Lupfer of "Justo.
Stanford "reminded the board
II. C. This date was also set an tree
teen> discussed at the meetings but Arthur will be -
Cooper accompanist
' that executive committee had not "
I an ( planting day on mn.iy no action was ever taken. BY REV. O. Z. IIERTZOG AT LAY. The remaining cast same as printe <)))0' NIGHTS OF PYTHIAS AT !
elected and'bn election
been : motion an No other meeting in June. .
J w.s' entered and the following I' July meeting for first date missed Members have not paid dues very MEN'S MEETING SUNDAY I before. No one unfamiliar w'th the WASHINGTON, D. C.. FEBRU- ,{'

*...... wt ... thjt ..vpoutive committee '!\In n..nr"_. ...... regularly, the report this meeting AFTERNOON. i undertaking of getting together a ARY 19.21.'I
e for' the -year-:- C.-'A Carson, W. B. July\ 28Report ; being the first large amount of i j large number of performers and '

1 Harris, W. J. Sears, H. C. Stanford, of committee college money collected for dues since the keeping them interested in rehearsals Hon W. J. Sears, grand chancellor rIi'3;
\ C. F. Johnson and F. H Lawson. proposition was made. IV 09' (campaign for members that was |1 The adddress of Rev. O. C. Hertzog '' can realize the patience and perseverance of the Knights of Pythias, will J
made the fall of I
.) J W. Prentis suggested that the Civic (committee asked that dogs be during 1912. last Sunday afternoon .t the required of those in charge leave Jacksonville on the 18th to attend /J
,; 1.board become incorporated. A committee muzzled and this was referred to the -- -- Laymen's meeting on the "Place of t Had not' Mrs. Herrington been pos the Golden Jubilee Convention 'n
was appointed to investigate, city council. KISSIMMEE LAYMEN I! Chirst" was a clear and forceful pre- nessed of these qualities to a marked I of the lodge which meets in Washillg'r
l'' ) this matter and report later. i Isaac Hall addressed the board in I eentation of the subject and left a degree, the operetta would have been I ton, D. C., February 19 to ;1 ftJ ;
a. H. C. Stanford asked that effort j given up as an impossibility. Mud, ive. On behalf of the Florida *
an I the interest of a waterway to connect profound impression on the large J lodges, 'J"
r: t' be made to organize a fair association I Tohopekaliga with St. John' HAVE BANQUET I audience. credit is due Mrs. Bullock and Harold 1 I / Mr. Sears has been asked to make an '
in this and after discussion Buzza in their faithful assistance at address.
Several members
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county, river. i next Sunday afternoon at S the i
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'.t this matter was laid over for J. I D. Clark reported that some I o'clock" at the Pastime Theater, Mr. rehearsals.. The entire proceeds, after various lodges of this State will attend
''''i'--- special action at the meeting March I residents were permitting weeds to WHICH IS FIRST OF SERIES TO E. S. Hall will lead the service and a the for opera house has been paid for,.1 this convention, and no doubt r,' '
'it r 10th. grow over their property and the BE GIVEN DURING NEXT ] cordial invitation is extended to all I go the benefit of the Hart Memorial this will be one of the most notable ,1
,"'; :', A special meeting was called for civic committee was instructed to the men and boys in the city to attend the Chapter.: No one connected with I fraternal gatherings of recent years. i,
March 3rd to hear reports of corn1 ask the council to have the ordinances FEW MONTHS. the meeting.On production receiving any renum- Among the prominent persons who t{
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/ '\ mittee on skirt factory and also to I I enforced covering this matter. I I Tuesday night beginning at 8 eration whatever. have been asked to take part in the :y-'
,,: J r make arrangements for a large C. II. Ucker and W. H. Manna addressed Ony Tuesday night in the Fireman's o'clock" a social and business meetingwas I pictures The curtain shown will before rise at 8:15: and,I'' program and who have signified their :*-f' ,,
i+ meeting to hear Willis Powell on the the meeting in the interest Hall laymen of all the city held at the Fireman's Hall, i for' the as usual. Both willingness are President Woodrow .
. d 10th. It was decided to use the of the Southern Settlement and Development churches gathered to participate in which was well attended consideringthe Reserved one admission of 36 cents Wilson and Hon.' William Jennings ,
: :: court house for the meeting on the organization. the first of' a series of banquets which unfavorable weather. Some ear | seats, 50 cents. Bryan, secretary of state. Each of
J k' 10th.At H C. Stanford was selected to represent are to be given during the next few nest talks were made and splendid I For sale at Roberson's. Bring: the fifty-six domains of the lodge will -R I
the meeting on March 10th Osceola county at the meetingto months. The object of these ban musical productions rendered and a your family the-help a good cause and be represented at this convention.One '.
there but few to hear is to report of the committee on improving -, encourage performers. of the important features will
was present I be held in Gainesville for organizing quets promote religious unity .aetO' shrdlu .lif:
: rnun etaoin
.*AIr. Powell owing to the severe branch of the S. & D. and social intercourse among the the work of the association was shrdluauaMEETING be the open-house kept on the first t
P rain., but the meeting was very No' more meetings until October members of the different denomina I received and adopted. This included i ,< night by the Supreme Domain, when ,I
4. helpful to those present. W. J. J.13th: tions. During the meeting Tuesday a constitution and by-laws with 100 -:-:- the blue, yellow and red lights of '
Se.r..t this meeting asked that a Resignation of Dr. Winri as treas- :'night the committee' which was appointed membership pledge which all the men 0 Pythianism will be burning on 20,000
committee be appointed to invite the urer .was accepted and C. F. Johnson i' some weeks ago to draft a present signed.. This pledge will be 10 POSTPONED. 4 altars throughout the vast scope: of
a -: representatives ,in Congress to come elected to fill out the unexpired I'! new constitution and by-laws-brought presented Sunday afternoon for more 4 the order. The local order, known as .,
1 *! ; to Kissimmee and take a' trip down term "*m- in its report and the document as .signatures. The association was O Jacksonville Feb. 12, 19/4./! ; Friendship Lodge No. 10, Kissimmee ,
:' J the waterway in order that they Proposition to secure a business I: presented was unanimously adopted' designated "The Laymen's Christian O Editor Valley Gazette 4 Knights of Pythias, has been very
.night be able to work for things that college for this city was referred to and every person present signed] his Union of Kls immee." I O Please announce in the next active during the past year and asa ,
.'It were needed In river Improvementa.'It' the committee) on new enterprises. name to it. This constitution serves' A goodly number of ladies were O issue of your paper that the date 4 result of their efforts a net gain
Regular meeting was held March October 27: to make a more complete organization -' present and served light refresh :j 10 of the annual meeting of theO of' thirty-three is reported. i
I.r'' Delegates were appointed to wa- of the laymen, ana lays the foundation ments. ,|, State Good Roads' Association 4 Mr. Sears will return via Rich.
; Advertising committee was instructed I terways meeting at New Smyrna, and for' more extensive work in A cordial vote of thanks was adopted I 1000 has been postponed. The meeting mond where he will attend the Na-
'\\01' to co-operate with J. D. also at Palatka meeting. the (future. During the evening a to the firemen for' the use of the 00 :was to take place the 24th tional Education Association which
''i Woodbeck in having a picture of the Orlando fair proposition was delightful program was rendered. hall and to the ladies for the splendid 4 and 25th of this month at"O meets February 23-25. Mr. Sears is i
q ,1 i city made for moving pictures. I I brought up and committee appointed Rev. A. J. Holt pastor of the Baptist refreshments. Gainesville.. At the request of county superintendent of instruction, .,'j
rat' # Transportation committee was I to take up the matter with the city i Church, spoke on the importance Dr. J H. Alderman, president of and will not return to Kissimmee be- 1 V*'
t, ; asked to confer with the Southern council and the county commissions of the laymen's movement and Rev I I :. the association, and Mr. A. T G. fore the 26th or 27th. :
r' Express Company and have them col. s I W. B. Witherspoon, pastor of the i 4 Moore, secretary of the GainesC' O , ;; :
,.t .'' feet packages offered for shipment Road discussion at this meeting Presbyterian Church, spoke of the "BULBUL" TONIGHTAT ville Board of Trade, the board O I.,. 00> 01) .> 01) ; ; <00 ...,. 0 <0> ,. 000 000 000 00

1 i in this city. brought about the appointment of a'' methods of advancing the cause. | < of governors of the association 4> i I LETTERS TO THE .h
April 14: committee to' ask the commissioners Two solos were rendered, one by Mr. THE PASTIME agreed to the postponement. O P VALLEY GAZETTE. *
No action was taken on bills read of Osceola county to make a trip J. W. Prentis and one by Miss Lucy I' Q I will announce the date later. eo :;
that were before the Legislature that over a part of the State to inspect Witherspoon. Refreshments were [ A. B. DUNNING 4 :. to"oOOOOOOHOOHO I
"' ; affected this county.: I' roads. Committee, Stanford and served, and everyone departed feeling I, LARGE AUDIENCE SHOULD 00 Secrete 00HUOOOOOOOo..oOO > I! Dear Sir: II,

d' r> i 's. J. Triplett laid before the body Tri lett. | a closer union between each other GREET OUR HOME TALENT I Now that "Cleaning-Up Day" has
L 'the fact that the than before. I become .
dock in president ever
city was announced the. following ------ a recognized necessity In every {
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t r.. : a deplorable condition and asked appointments: I { MISS ROSE ENTERTAINSIN I well ordered city, is it not time ;
,.t 1 that a mass meeting be called to Palatka Waterwaay Meeting-E. Kissimmee in determined to have PLAY. HONOR OF BIRTHDAY we get busy and put our city into :.
._r- "teet' to the council against the tpror L. Lesley, C.: A. Cars ft/ J.. M. Wfll- some of the modern city improvements shape I ?
: t "1'. Carson reported that the coun-: son, Jr. and will start the ball rolling I Those' who attend the Pastime to- Miss Orpha Rose entertained a There is enough truck, orange peel I
& r fdl was trying to work out a plan for Securing Tourists Parsing ThroughThis with a "White Way." The first i night will have the pleasure of witnessing large number of her friends last Fri paper, old bottles, tin cans and rub- t' (i
, f. Improvements on the dock and after City-U. C. Stanford, S. B. group light was placed on Broadway I an amateur operetta worthya day night at the home of her parents,I bish around to sink a ship.
,some remarks by Mayor Lilly, a Aultrnan and Earl Lupfer. last week and everybody is enthusiastic much larger city than Kissimmee. on Broadway, in honor of her birth And as flies and mosquitoes, the-
xi f'Committee was appointed to request.tJMI Corporation of City and to Arrange over the plan to light the hustling | Rehearsals have been in progress for day.Various enemies to our peace, have hardly yet jN,!
.- council to make immediate repair for Fair Exhibit-H. E. Swa- city.-Ft. Pierce News. some time and cast changed some- games were played after I begun their little game of multiplying -
-'* to the dock. bey, F. Vans Agnew and J. D. Clark. which delicious refreshments, consisting -I NOW l is certainly the time to
'committee composed of J. W. New Smyrna Waterways Meeting of punch and cake, were I start cleaning up. urely manure .
w'v 'Prentis' C. A. Carson, and S. J. Trip- -II W. Thurman, A. E. Donegan and served. I heaps from livery private'prem-
k lett'was appointed to investigate the R. W. Meiklejon. Those present were: Misses Orpha 'ises! should be wiped out. They are
; y cost of a new dock entirely. December 8: j Shoes Shoes Rose, Mildred Winn, Ethel Gilbert, the recognized breeding places of
c' ,Resolutions' of protest against a Stanford reported that commissioners Laura Thomas, Mattie Bell Harris, flies, one of our chief abominations and
4'' 're-organization of the customs service had agreed to make a trip Maurine Dann, Marie Boyd, Kathleen sources of disease. Every fly killed .:
that would affect I II Oar Patent B earden. Rose O'Berry, Lilian Pren NOW (and
s/W Tampa, were over the State to inspect: roads. B0 Prevented from multiplying .
/ tis, Lila Baskin.
dopted. reported that council and i Messrs. Lawrence ) means tens of thousands less
April 28: city would do their part toward ,pair Griffin, Ward Estey, Leon Estey. this summer, or before the summer is
board went on record as in I I exhibit, giving $250 each when /the Ralph Bearden Nathan Bryan! I over.

L favor. of extra mUl..... Board of Trade. was ready with alike l Craves.Pearce Glascock.' *,' Glenn, Rose, Roy The start on the "Great White
President! Miller having resigned sum. I I Way," and placing of aeata for the- 1
q because, of moving from the city, S. Old membership committee was AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT. weary is laudable in the extreme. 't.
J.Triplett. was elected to the presi dismissed for not working.H. -- But think, the benefit of both these "a"
dene '. R. May appointed chairman of What might have culminated in avery improvements will be greatly leas-
?, Committee on incorporation membership committee. serious accident causing the i I ened, if. we cannot see the lights for .r
l ported unfavorably. President Triplett talked on "Buyat death of several people, occurred on' j I I mosquitoes and the seats .become I. ;
n '' Board went, on record as favoring home' and urged the formation Monday when Mr. Andre Van der foretastes purgatory, because of '
i ;.extra millage for city and county.ad"rt1.ne : of a "Buy At Home League." Meersch's automobile, containing ':, the mosquito! and flies. ,
?t ji, purposes. A committee was appointed to besides himself, Mrs. Van der i, Do what you can to stir up public i' ..
: Committee submitted estimate re draw up resolution'' urging the post- r Meersch, Mr. J. C. Ledbetter and Mr. .i actIon. w. II. BALL : I
+ port on new dock and reported that office department to rush the selection Curry, broke through a bridge or culvert ;, I
i 'r repairs had been. made by and erection of a postoffice for somewhere near Alaska avenue !I HONOR TO WHOM HONOR IS
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temporary the city. I north o ftown. Mr. Van der Meersch I DUE.

$ 't .The board went on record as favoring Board went on record as endora1 asserts that all that saved the entire'', The Civic League feels it a duty 4
t an amendment to the road bita ing the commissioners' action in se- party from being killed was the fact to disclaim the credit given it by last +r
pending in the Legislature providing curing convict from the State to that the' front wheels of the machine week's Valley Gazette, of placing
r, .for the commissioners to aUow a ..um.9t work the county roads. P paUl' over the bridge or culvert, seats on the Broadway parking strips. f
t $1,800, for'*.road. engineer. No irecUngs until January 26. and only the hind wheels broke As a matter of fact the Civic League .
,y A ,fourth. of July celebration committee Swabeyreported progress on exhibit through.This has .never favored seats on the strips a i
f c' was for Orlando fair. of lawn on Brodaway, for the reason
appointed. is the last l issue of the Times that 7 7of of
theIO'lety
g )I.'U: Committee was appointed to lay would have no way: r.
fol" AJ S.-Nelson'reported for the new .out a platform for the work to be undertaken T e under the administration of the present supervising them, no way of keeping Q
/!'; :enterprise ,eC mmlttee'o of making a"l' by the board during the editor. We do not know who will I the grass in order around them.
1 .-Visit to V' Severance atr,Taft and new year. W. B. Harris, J. D. assume the'responsibility this or which of keeping the trash picked up
'stated that"efforts vwer* being made Woodbeck and B. Dtckerson. year, but trust that he she will be scattered around if
or will they
> : .. .to vet th* gentleman to locate here. The matter of providing a white., advocate are used. ,
Zr nj'?l 'G'W.'Ward made a ,report for the way for the city was referred to a ---system of foot measuring gives the up-building of Blounts- As the city has furnished the
.' . committee town and .,Calhoun seats they will be under the ,.,
) road committee. < I ; .... -A.. Canon_wa thanked for bis A. S. Nelson and A. E. Done- you a "Made-tb-Measure": fit. the publication wil mot miss an issue vision' of the street committee which '
will
U. :! Washington 'In the. ,Interest I < rj doubtless be able to., keep I them
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Kan.This ,. -Franklin.FOJi in order. .
,,,' .waterways of,irtWs. section.Butler constitutes the main business '
i' _.-..,x,=.... '.suggested Jhat tn that,was acted.upon tat the'meetings s :Datton-Harris:: Co. Foot ', c } NT-New 4-room, .cotta The cjri; League is putting'' seat, vge
: ...t I for ,the parka.R ; daring the year: Over. ten thousand 1- : .' gallttytt : nice and new 10 dei'tbe the coon hU**Voim'U''lnlTMEMBER : ,1
price f ;
: .of piece of . r ;; .... .a month. are of the ah.riff. :'.
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.. ,. . t Floridaand express ,themselves as MORROW ANIT,INSPECT THE
-. ,\ .. ,* delighted with .our city and climate -. .
', -H'.... ,. ". 0/ ..,.,...f.... "' '",' .oj' .. Jit J j T GIRLS' GARDENS.. x
: In .fudge Murphy's\. .court '.Wednes ' .
: Weather Report i I I" t1 : : '. ; : :> :: day,, two negroes' who had been arrested .-. Mi.. ATOM E1l1 n' Harris: Staet aagent.
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'I 'forr( selling"whiskey
: : I ; .41'.. ",'t'.., ," .. '"", > ,_ ', !'-' ... ,' .. .'''"I'f '' pleaded nine.Club, will arrive in Kissimmee- sett

,. -- : .. ". .. '+ ;'- h" ...;+-- .. ,..- :. -, ..-.-.- .... ..,_... --., _. _- ,....... .,L..1o.-"' -" accordingly.guilty to the, Charlie charges;oFai and.on were'received' fined tomorrow and vndr.th. guidance ef
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,\ are m- : a fine of $160 and costs, or four Miss Jeer Berta Bl''an, agent for
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; ; peratures and precipitation. ] ', months 'In jail while Manual Brown Osceola county 'will Yiait'.nd make')'
'f Deported by th. Government i received a line of $60 or thirty days an Inspection of the gardens in this
; T. AtKatz's_ in jail. vicinity that the members of the club
/ I station at Klssimmee.for th. have but recently planted. "

week ending Feb. 12th, 1914. The Klssimme Fish Company's The visit of Miss Harris U looked' a
, Max. Mln. Rain boat came in yesterday afternoon forward to with much. pleasurable 'f.:
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with 7, OO pounds of fish. The boat anticipation by the members 'of the I +"(

Saturday __h 81 61 -._ Ladies'"Printzess" Is now making three trips a week, club, ai she is, possibly, the best; y?
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, Sunday ______ 78 66 .33 Still I left a few but on .account of the Inclement potted woman In the South in regard 'J
, .__ weather threaten has been lighter to successfully ,
Monday 74 62 ___ ( llwithout
than usual. Ross Graves president canning vegetables, ana '
Tuesday __au 66 61 ___ Suits, also some of/the company, says they should begetting doubt, give much needed and' useful '""....;. ...:',
Wednesday ..64 66 .80 something like 40,000 poundsa advice along that line. .

Thursday ____ 66 61 _20riday I These week. Miis Bryan wishes to extend her oJ
Sport Coats. we wantto ts' '
thanks in behalf of the club to the
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76 60 ...
u I John Beaman, who has been downIn men and women who have offered'
..ooooooo. JOO"l sell sacrifice. Lee/county about two weeks, returned their land for the girls to use in cultivating .' 'a '\,
at'a from Estero this morning. and assures those generous f

accompanied by Connie Menge of people that they will be fully repaid .., ,
I Fort Myers, John bad a beautiful in l
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f time hunting, fishing, and opening
I i known in Kissimmee within a short
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to the detriment of his hands.
'time. : r
LOCAL fiELD. i Mrs. J. F. Shands, slater of Mrs.

1 Beaman returned with ,him for a Miss Harris arrived this morning

Arriving daily all sorts of month's visit I : and In company with Miss Bryan, visited
the
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMHr High School and organised a
, r E. L. Le a lpy. S. H. Bullock, H. Clay i Boys'-Tomato Club of eight members.
I me at the "Comfort Barber Spring goods. Come and Stanford, walter C. Bass and J. M. I Wilson A Toomer, through their

; Ship. 8-lt Taylor were participant in a real local agent, Eugene Bryan, has offered ti
estate deal on Tuesday, when E. L.
h Mr. Fox of Creek is in a prize of a ten-dollar gold pieceto
; Shingle ,
Lesley and Walter C. Bas ssecured
them.Katz's the boy who will grow the great
fC:! town today. inspect the interests of 8. *H. Bullock and II. cut number of pounds of tomatoes.

.. "Little" Bob Savage, of Tart spent Clay Stanford in the Okeechoboe Miss Harris states that she found
Tuesday here. building and exchanged the proper-I' the club of young girls In splendid'' 4 t'

ty with J. M. Taylor for ,, shape and doing excellent work ender '
, M. T. Tindall, of Narcoossee, was sand acres of land on what Is known I j I Mint Bryan s supervision.
in town Monday. as the "Taylor Tract," at the head of I 1, Sam G. Ragsdsle., manager of the?
Lake Klssimmee. All parties are to' Palace Drug Store, offers' to the girl "
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Everything sanitary at the "Com be .
, congratulated.A of Kissimmee Tomato Club who>
j1t fort Barber Shop." 8-lt 1 I I the
grows largest number of pounds
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1 Kinsimmee I pleasant caller during the early of tomatoes $10
Th e"FlatteSong" will be a hit j a gold piece. t
part of this week was Mr. E. M. I
;,: at Pastime tonight.Sam Cooper, who Is touring the State collecting -'

w;; Barber, of Boggy Creek, was data for the Louisville and '. "STILL BILL" AT
Nashville railroad, with headquartersat
in town Wednesday.
; Orlando. Mr. Cooper expressed I : .
THEATRE
: Miss Madeline Hill, of Narcoossee, himself as being very much pleased :I THE DIXIE
; visited the city Tuesday. with Kissimmee. He took advantageof
'f the opportunity of going to the
:/ Miss Ruby Ellis is now the pianistat Southport barbecue on Tuesday and '1 the Pastime Theater. was the center of the fun on board I i the beat to be had in the amusementline

the boat. Mr. Cooper will return to for their the
t Sam Ragsdale was a business visitor patrons management ,
in Orlando last week. Kissimmee on or about the 20th of of the Dixie Theater have secured i
.c//If this month. for the night of Tuesday, February l

d W. H. Brokaw, with Griffing Brothers .17th, the services of the Phillips -
ft' the tree people. 40-tf TJi* inhabitants of this office were Western Dramatic Company who ,i'
Ik electrified last week by the tremendous will present the great Western com
; The King, Prince and Princess will dimensions and weight of a edy drama, "Still Bill. The people
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'I. be at the Pastime tonight. I giant raddish of the white variety, of Kissimmee are well acquainted y

Ed Hogan, of Lougbman, formerlytax Mr. and Mrs. George Buhoner, of II I The family of Mrs George Bass which was brought in by G. L. SullU with this company of well known artists
t.' Snow-Mellow, get some now' at collector, of this county, spent Springfield, 111., are here looking I Bronson wish to thank their friends van, a stalwart farmer of the Boggy and their famous Cow Boy I
t Welters & Carson Grocery Co. 8-lt part of Wednesday in the city. | over the city. and neighbors, who with kindly deed., Creek section. Its length was 20 Band and Orchestra ,as they have ''

Mr. J. D. Smith, of Apopka, was a and words ,did so much to help dur- inches; it was 12 inches around the visited this city yearly for a number
< business visitor last week. Mrs. J. P. Fox, of Tampa, returned i, Harry Johnson, of Toronto, and ing the illness and death of their largest part of its circumference and of years past, have always presenteda
7 d home last week. She was accom- Mr. Robson, of Ontario, left Tuesdayas loved one. its weight was four and a half satisfying clean show and have always
7i., Snow-Mellow, get some now at panied by Miss Mattie Stanford. guests of Hunter's Camp ,on a pounds.. It did npt stay long in the played] to crowded houses. Thata
Waters & Carson Grocery Co8it quail shooting expedition. Rull Bass, one of the cattle kings office, as it was seen and captured,, treat Is In store for all who attend
$ Mr and Mrs. J. R. lIufl'man, of of South Florida, will next week be- by Mr. II: E.! Swabey, our fair commissioner this goes without saying.
l. $: Hayes, of Winter Haven, was in I Troy, Ind, passed through here Clarence Johnson, son of Keros Kiq to move his vast herds of cattle and will betaken to Orlando -
town last week on business. Thursday on their way to St. Cloud.P. Johnson who is employed by Dut- from Sumter and Lake counties into to form part of the Osceola CAPTRUES ?
'ton.lIarris Shoe Company, of Lake- Osceola] county. This is in connec- exhibit. ANOTHERBLINDTIGER 6
t. H. Clay Stanford is putting up a A. Vans Agnew was in Fernan- land, was in town Sunday.A. with the annual roundup.
I dina Tuesday, attending the annual I I tion spring As we go to 'press. we note that;
fine steel ceiling in his store.
i I meeting of the Fernandina Ice Com- S. Young and wife, of La- SPLENDID PROGRAMAT Floyd Tyson, our i energetic marshal

iti. J. K. Milliard, of Hilliard's Island, pany. Grange, Ky., are spending some time C. G. Bowen, who has been here TALENT TEA is bringing into town a colored citizen
around his
drove into town on Wednesday.Geo. ''in Kissimmee, and may decide to with a rope middle
if for the two months left
past -
; Kenneth Butler opened his new make investments here yesterday followed !By Columbus Bass on horseback a
V'l some -
l h F. Parker is .spending the day barber shop in the Makdnson block for his home at Orchard, Neb. with a large case of blind tiger v twhiskey.
r transacting business in OrUndo. last Monday with. Mr. Thompson in'1 Mrs. A. W. Knight, of Mr. Bowen returns, to Nebraska to Mrs. W. L. Paulk and 'Mrs.:.J.; L.' The colored citizen and the
"f charge. / arrived Tuesday Jacksonvillei dispose of his holdings that he might Qverstreet delightfully entertainedthe whiskey were delivered Into the gentlo

1-. Mr. F. Winston, of Orlando, was a spend some time visiting her siaterMrs. become a permanent residence of this Talent ,Tea at the Chapter House hands of Sheriff Ingram, ,who has
business ,visitor here Saturday. Miss Sarah Boice," of Webb City, Helen Perdew, and family. section. I Friday afternoon. An interesting just departed to the forth end of
Mo., is spending the winter with her ;, rendered follows town to look for '
more.
Ji At Pastime tonight hear Dr. Simpson father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. II. Subject at the Christian Church Hon.'F. B. Lynch; of St. Paul, president program Piano! solo being Miss Ruby as Ellin The marshal captured his man aft
of the Southern Colonization
sing "I Want to Be a Soldier. W. Boice. next Sunday morning I
;
: "Withholding I here Song, Miss Leona Roberson. er a chase of four blocks.WHISKEY .
Company, was Saturday. Mr.
j' That Which Is Meet. Evening:
The new barber shop of K. P. ButI I The ladies who attended Mrs. J. D. Be Remembered In His Lynch left for Kenansville Sunday Reading, Miss Helen Bass.
\i;J ler, on Dakin avenue, IS now open. 'Woodbeck's valentine party on Wednesday "Tq dom." King afternoon with C. H. Armstrong, en- Song, Miss Alma Griffin. CASES' UP FOR TRIAL. I
1" night, will give a return party gineer in charge of construction, to Piano solo, Miss Lucy Buckles. I Judge T. M. Murphy convened
. M. D. Tindall, of Runnymede and tonight. Better than cheaper than I visit the ramps. Reading, Murry Overstreefc I court on Tuesday and Wednesday and v
' Narcoossee, was in town Tuesday. Use eggs Miss Lillian Harper of.. Jacksonville tried sundry liquor .:..... I rEd
: place
eggs. use
Attorney G. P. Garrett left for Snow-Mellow every you eggs. Russell) Cole is here from Atlanta who with her mother, has been Bird and Manual Brown both'
?] Mrs C. E .Denig, of Narcoossee, | Gainesville on Wednesday, where he at Waters, now& Carson being demonstrated Co.- spending the week with his parents. visiting friends in this section for colored were each found guilty of
Grocery
i was a visitor to the city on Tuesday. attended the meeting of the A. T. O 8-lt Russell has made application for appointment the past three weeks'was present and selling whiskey and fined $60 each of

Fraternity.A to a scholarship in theU. delighted the ladies with her! magnificent thirty days in iall.
Senator Arthur E Donegan transacted -
Lakeland Better than eggs, cheaper than S. Naval Academy at Annapolisand voice, singing them songs. Miss Charley Falrson, colored, was
'+; business in on Tue.II directors meeting of the Penn- eggs. Use every place you use eggs. expects to round out his careeras Harper is without doubt, one of the found guilty of the same offense. and
day. sylvania Oil Company was held in Snow-Mellow, now being demonstrated an admiral.H. most accomplsihed vocalists that has fined $160 or four months

Hurry 1 Hurry I Hurry! Get Snow- 'Judge Kribbs' office on Tuesday aft- at Waters &: Carson Grocery Co. visited our city, and it is with universal The case of Victoria Lester, colored
: Mellow now. Waters & Carson Grocery ernoon. 8-lt Fleming has purchased a handsome regret that she Is not nnnrbered arrested for having liquor in hew a
Reo touring c.r. which he is our permanen society people. possession, was nol pressed.
Co. 8-lt among / r
Dr. Ayers and family, of Cincin- tf
.
putting in his time navi
learning to
Messrs. L. P. Hutton and I. F. Heyl,
nati is Narcoossee
now at spendingthe .
s The Self-Culture Club will meet today architects of Orlando, were in town gate. He is having a garage erect- '.
winter his the
on property on ed at the of Stewart and Dar-
corner
at the residence of Mrs. W. B. lake shore. Wednesday on professional business
Makinson. connected with th eKissimmee Club lington avenues in which to house

For everything in the tonsorialline House. hi. machine.
f \apt. E. F. Collier, of Narcoossee, call at K. P. Butler's No. '
shops, James Carson eldest son of Senator -
wa in town transacting business ont 14 Broadway and Dakin avenue near is The Carson Cattle Company today C. A. Carson, was in town Tues THE' PHILLIPS WESTERN', DRAMATIC ,CO. ,

' Tuesday. the depot. 81-t sending up a black bull and heiferto day. Mr. Carson, who is practicing

, L Hurry I Hurry 1 Hurry! Get Snow- Geo. F. Sessions, who is working Mid-Winter Orlando to Fair.be exhibited Geo. F. Sessionsis at the law ami in in Jacksonville his car and, arrived was on from his way Mi- 30- PEOPLE-
Mellow now. Waters A: Carson Gro-
for the Carson Cattle at charge.
Co. 8-lt Company to Camp Hammock to visit his brother -
cery Billy Hammock, was in town Friday
and sister-in-law.
I morning.Mr. Mrs. Amanda Godson, of Louis- --WITH-- .
M. M. Miller, of Drew Miller and ville Mass.
who has been visiting
Company, is -a business visitor in A. Van der Meersch, who rep- her sister, Mrs. H. C. Johnson of commissioner H. E. Swabey from, Mid-Winter Osceolt county Fair, The Celebrated Cowboy Band and Orchestra
town today. Campbell Station will
Kissimmee
resents the Golf Club, will return home Orlando the interests
spent Tuesday in in ,
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have office in the Citizens Bank Sunday.The '
Mrs. F. W. Hall and her brother, an of this county. Mr. Swabey n
Gus Williams, of Narcoossee, are In building. Embroidery Circle, which was has been working with the utmf>st Presenting That Great Western Comedy Drama 3 3of

: town today.G. Messrs T. L. Walker, V. V. Sharpe, to have met at the residence of Mrs. ,, energy in order that Osceola county

G. Gundrum, of Edlnburg, Ind., Arthur Kirkland C. C. Carter and Frank Van Duzor Tuesday, failed to will be properly represented.Mrs. .

is in the city prospecting with a T. N. Burt, all of Tampa, were m meet on account of the illness of Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck rave a valentine i

view to loc.tang.udge town Tuesday.A Van Duzor. ] party on Wednesday night at :

Stein's Hall. The hall was decorated -
J.
E. Mullennix of
William Hunter, of Tampa, meeting of the chartered members Madisonville, with cupids and hearts and other "STILLBILL"'Ij
Ky., has moved his Kissim'
family to
referee in bankruptcy, was here Saturday of the Golf Club was held Thurs- evidences of the blind god. The Or-
on legal affairs. day evening. Directors were elected' mee and is opening up a variety store lando orchestra performed !fn its accustomed I
; in the Lancaster I
northof
building, just
r and by-laws passed. ; t tGood
.1' L. M. Penrose, of Marietta, 0., has the .Midland railway. grand manner 1
been week. He Mrs. Amanda Thomas arrived here i I '
in town part of the Joe Barber, a former resident of

1i: intends to come back.. ]last extended night visit from with Altoona the family, Pa., for of her an I zuma Mrs., Ga.W., R.who McElmurray has been the of guest Monte-of i i Boggy Creek settlement, .pent the Music, Singing Oaken* aJ Novelty Specialties. Z J-Z How !

. We are sorry to have to state that I son, A. E. Thomas. Mrs J. R Gilbert foa several days, I' week here of the buying Walter fruit Drennan in the Com-interest Solid F.. and. Laughter, if ........ Harts You-t.y'Away !

. Paul Marks is still confined to }his leaves today for Tampa, where she I /' :
j home with the I Lewis Lang the taxidermist, is will spend some time with relatives. pany, of Maitland, Orange county.Ira t,
, grippe. Weatherbee of Hilliard's Is-
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sending six deer hide one
' I George Patrick, the barber, has ac- rattlesnake up rug and one cat rugs hide rug During the rainy weather of this land, was in town Wednesday after I At The DIXIE I I Theatre ,
cepted Kenneth Butler's week Ernest Greon and noon.
t a position in to the Mid-Winter Fair. W. H. Arnold 1: ; )
new shop on Dakin avenue. I have been industriously fishing
Stop at the "Comfort Barber 'off Saunders dock and around, the Eugene Bryan, traveling salesman I ,Y.. j
J. M. Dickerson and family, of !''far'c0088ee for Willson Toomer Fertilizer Co.,
Shop' on Dakin avenue, near the depot. sawmill. They report splendid success. .TUESDAY FEBRUARY
left for Lake Helen, where Everything new and up-to-date. with headquarters in Kissinunee, was 17---NIGHT ONLY :I rfi
they will.spend the summer First-class workman. 8-lt in the city yesterday greeting his '
C Earl Lupfer J Johnston. and Mr. many friends. Eugene;: says his territory :1 "-1
Mr. Fred Gilbert was in JJeroando W. H. Gilman, of Sioux City, I.. Russell, have'rken' appointed app ais- covers the two leading citrus '
a county and Tampa during part of who is wintering in Orlando, came ers by Wm. Hunter, referee in bankruptcy fruit counties in Florida, Osceola and PRICES : 25. 35. 50' > ) '
" last week visiting his brother. down and attended the barbecue at for Thomas Drake A: Co of Polk, and .his business is- ever on the ., \ '}
Southport on Tuesday.Mr. St. Cloud, and ,are now eng.gej'Intheir increase.A. : ''' \'
L. E. Voorhees of Cincinnati, is
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J' .a few weeks at his winter John A. Huffman, of Camden duties. R. Dennis:of" Shingle Creek, was ADVANCE SALE"OF'SEATS.. AT' PALACE DRUGSTOREFree : : ,t'
bungalow
i 1\| on East ,Tohopeksliga. O.; father of Mrs. G. F. Baker, arrived J. C. Ledbetter, who has been the in the city yesterday. Mr. Dennis ... "v .
, \ Ed Donegan. of Waldo, Fla, as today, and is stopping at their general manager of the South, Florida has lust completed a store room and ? 'J :;
Lumber Company, has resigned dwelling at that place and'opened,a
Emmett street
week home
brother OK
spending a here with his position to go into business for' grocery store February lit. which: -jue
'_,( Senator: Arthur E. Donegan. Messrs. Hurls and Smith, of the himself. 'Mr. Ledbetter I. first states U doing a thriving business al. Band Concert :at )Noon

," -J. B. Smith and T. B. Hendrix, two Dutton-Hanris Shoe Company, are in class lumberman and knows the business ,ready.1- He I. also clearing ground : "& ** ;
: ,' .;ef Lakeland', leading business men Lakeland this week, where they:: are from ODe end.of ,the alphabet to- preparatoryggrove.: an orange ; **- ,
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t spent' .last" ,Friday, . in. .,Rlssfmmaew ... conducting a ten, day's shoe sale. _the,,other ',IfJ .:., '. ",1 "t' .
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' B.. V. lAnler. .cO......l n.r a ,. bonds ntlffht, puah' the country, :along. ClTA'I'IOIf. .. orl. A2a.IILTiNN .., ,, . ; crTATioitcovafr. \QF.flM1It1'it1'II "
the . _. ,t.OI -
Proceedings .,of days and mU. . towards financial disaster.In -..
fOlrRT "nioo'lCo '
H o A. K. 0 .. eommlsaliMier I : o tOVNTV
days and mll.a** ..____ 11.00 speaking of this condition of affairs 8TA.-1Q CS' 1'L.ORIDA.. .1.--:
: 0. R. Bass commls,-lon.r S the other day Mr. Waller Page m.t.. .. *( .I... "___.d.r.' 0-. 11'1.' ,OIP'rU58COV3TV!: : .. u.i;

_ ) 'County Commissioners day and I'.tmir..._. 10.00 director of the office of Public Roadsof C.....r,. 117 she ,,Judge. .'' ..*. ,TAT OK FLORIDA*. KaTATM
Cmtrt.Whereas.
: ,
.' ; W. F. Walker S or i. B. HOIUIIIUU OSCKOLA (
the of admitted
,YItt. ,,,,,, ,dare and mileage _-___-- ".5? Department Agriculture, Margaret Koeh nd rfer \
; o;.,, .. W. J.,. Sears."' oounty attorney 10.841J I that while the outlook generally has applied to thin Court for Letters of 'Couirrv. ,
-- K. Bass, janitor---------- 40.00 Administration with will annexed. on .
was satisfactory.thewholesale) :....
Owners way --
; ; :at' ., VKisslmmee-. Feb.' 2 .1914- Henry. .aulltvuf .' n&4nt.n..noe-. -- tale estate of"Jonn Kocheiuiarfvr d*.
_I.;.,, :, .. . allowed .... .__-_______.... 8.00 some states and counties were issuing ceased late of mid County! cfle OaovMtC By the: .ci.e .( Raid C*....t .
: \ '., The Board of County Commissioner Frank Evans, maintenance at- bonds' for road improvement was,theca These are: ;r Therefor, To and n In and for Osceola couhCy, met on loweda... _..-- B-PO se of misgivings.. Continuing he all and singularthe Ulndrwl plied to this Court (or.Letters of Ad*
I f T.t.. MurphY, county Juda--. |t-00 and creditor of Hid deceased to be ministration on the estate of I., H
( Prices the above date, there being present T. M. MurphY.. Judguv nll. said: and appear before tbla Court on or bee Horncr. deceased, late ,of said Counts'
. R. V. Lanier, 'A. V. Bass, O. R. Bas, court --.... __--.,___- 11.50 "There Is.an'element of real dangerIn fore the tJrd day of Vebruary A. D. of Osoeola; ]0
: W. J. J y. O'Qultin. paintingvault of these bond issues. For It 14. and file. objection if anthe./ .
commissioners; some example These !'b'er.fore. To
W. F. Walker, are cite 'an4'J
: floor : 150 have, to the granting of Letters of Administration -
Sears, attorney far t.hetard! and J. John Davis, Supt. -poor farm. take the great Empire State of : with will annoxeJ on aalilestate. admonish all and singular the kln:

. L. Overstreet, clerk. and earn pauper------------ Cl.oe New York, which has bonded itselfto otherwjsn the acme will hegranted drs be and dand creditors' of said deceased to'
appear before this Court lOa'r
. of the lard being Frtcman Utokes orlf at poor the extent ot tJOOJO OvOftOJt-4i) to -.ald ]Vfargaret K..chond1'l'for before. the. .14th day of February A.' D.' ;,
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TfiehaJrman firm .= _..__._.. 43.50 or to someother lit person cr: l'nFs'I'fS.Witness -
F. Bass was chosen I'hlt"- - per cent, the bonds maturing after my name as UI4, and file objections ,lf any they:
absent lion. A. O I repairs on poor
; I Have Them. farm house :- '7.50 fifty years. By the timej the bonds ma- of the County: aforesaid y.ntl'he.J 23rdday have Administration to the grantIng of'Lett.AIf :
chairman.The I 1';. f;. Kftlrbankn. supplies to ture the roads will have been worn of January A. D. 1914. Wise on said estate, other: \tl
minutN of the last meetings the earns will b. granted to said
j I poor farm -- 15 out five times ami it will have cost the (Seal) T. M MURPHY. II. It I .Breakrer or to-some Other '
j ___ 11.60 t'person
of .
wf'I'e'read and approved. K: H Innr m are jail County .rud"'. -
editor of The ', Klslmm$ '.> Tel-I.h. Co. Mo. people more than the original cost to or parson -
.
! t'N WantlYjore :Mr .S. J Tiiplctt, I n-nt - -- .__ *.*0'J renew them. Other states, and in Witness. my name as 'County Judire' ?,
Vull(>)' (.u/(-tti'. tmu before the I.. "" etre.-t. clerk and of the County aforesaid this the l$Ih.'V
'...u'd and jtatc'd that the hoard 1 auditor .-. < 8S95 some instances single counties, have Lots of cussedness is excused nowadays day of January A. t). 1914. >\%.

( l..hould.\J.'lCllute\ one of the local mi- .I"A"h'. MrNi-ll., care of pauper S.00 1 onded themselves to the extent of by alluding to it as "eccenti. (Seal) T. H. MURPHT. <

: pent I Hitolfu ,ml'I organ i and stated that Tin Jl.-iit Fnlrnnot Look c'o._-.-aeml-annual 2610L millions of dollars for -highway im cities of genius.." 5-4. County Judge. iZZ

l hiaette exercised in of this kind .
25.84 expenditure -- - ---
i anil tax "II..tDr -
Since the first of the month several of nil ion. ThiKluilda 1'1 no Co.. release disappointment is bound to follow." !! Z Z ,Z-Z! . _
'. JOfttrola nslon, editor of The !Z Z. ! S ! *i S + ZiSl
Mi ( F. <> ) | _. .. -
my Canadian friends have arrived in I' also being I 1 "r.unty prisoner 6.00 It is well to keep in mind that these a ,
Jouina. present, ( Inxton Company 8 Dos.
r town. Others are in various pails of ritaU'd that TI 1 be- Journal would gladly I] c-onvlot nulls --- 4360 bonds for highway improvement must
: 1 J. F Mlr.-ll. miklnn table lie, paid and also the interest them. $
on Ye.
Slate but in the event
the following out my suggestion the honor,
accent for ' -h. would find the of
to look around so that when they .the boa id did not. nee fit ..to make Clouil Tilbunc. license no- Taxpayers paying Hear Ye Hear '
. I of the the official or- tl<-.. for T. C. -_- .80 the bonds and interest extremely bur-
either
t' / reach Kissimmee they wilt be more papers should he |IJ. II. ,Kmlth. repairs on JailiI,4wN densome, if, for instance, the roads

f. easily convinced that this is the place 'I IIBn.equally t that divided.the punting | \\ :luiphy.-.--coats----In'm.. ft.76 were to be permitted to get badly out I
j IT.M
., for them to locate. !Mr' A. E. Drought came before $i.phenn case .- 193I. of repair. And the cost of keepingthe '

the Imunl and stated that instead of I I. 1"UK ram. coats In WinStephens 500 roads in good condition is certainto THE GASPARILLA CARNIVAt
case
--- he heavy and this cost in additionto
---- road out .. ,
leading ,
widening the present (I l > llarnard & Co., sup- .
the board would Ho well :I pllc-K to count judge" and the annual amount needed for interest -
1 find that successful management.of to St. Cloud, f[ . _ . i -
j my road running I F 1 1. Mi 1 :f 3JB on the bonds and for sinking
Farm the to open up u public I. I.UIf.>i tcinnnilAiilonR aa fund will he burden that will be

,.past Erskine year and Heights my activity on during my own straight side and: across parallel the to lako the on Sugar the! south Belt 1!I "' treasurtr---------------------- 8686 keenly felt. _a TO BE HELD IN TAMPA Fe .-21 22,23,24

floor ilreBfiln 1000H --
t place almost adjoining has placed me i tailioad. and agreed that if the irallona& W. U Drew Co If. -up- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. ,.
-- sensible advisor I I Loan) would do so that he would donut piles county Judge -. 3.29U.
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in position to act as a
a '.
4 ,. the right-of-way through his \\ Aahton. loud suporvlMor 7600
to those contemplating taking the island and also make a L R Farm, captain guards l 11000 A..J. Holt pastor. is going to be the greatest SOUTH FLORIDA affair ever at-

,- ;/ up (farming" in this part of Florida. donation land on of $250.00( in cashMis K.. K 1..Kit Hrltt,.;. guald KUard.-. __U-- 8600 60.00J. Services Sunday morning, February tempted.The 'I

J, M, Stewart came before J. 1., unit guard 8600 15: ii
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business and social world of this section have joined togetherto
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'- u C Ii HI m 1)00. guard 36.00 Sunday School at 9:45.: We must
: I the board and stated l that she was too Arthur \\ aif.-n. nuai.l u_ __ __ 36.OO have 200. C. A. Carson, teacher of make it rival the celebrated New Orleans Mardi Gras in size
add feeble to earn her support and asked II. 1>. Uclxvr. salary and atnronvlotlonH and
still anxious to merry-making.
J I to
: am my Bible class for Come.
; the board for assistance; whereuponthe . . -_ __ 6833HutrhlMon ; room sixty. '
,. list of desirable properties no matter I the clerk to draw $hoi* t'o nhof.a forroiiNtcta Preaching at 11 o'clock by the pastor It will
hoard instructed ii.30KMTKlades ; is to be of a wholesome, free, and hospitable nature, and :rt
':: whether one acre or how big. As a warrant for $12 in her favor. P u> prraa- -I.-br. Co.= on "The Coming of the Kingdom. abound in pure fun, and not in catch penny snares and fakes.

: friends arrive or write me I will Mr. Henry Partin came before the lunibfr bridge uu _-_ .u_ 234.10 Preaching at night (7 o'clock) on 't
: Thy South Flu 1.101' Co lumber "The Certainty of Retribution." It's class Carnival whose is to give time
board and asked that the road across a high object ( you a good ,1i'
be able to select from a complete list Oak slough be fixed so that loaded l>rl' \ 13 Maklnson Co supplies
just what they are looking for. teams could to .n\'lct. _ 8835 p. m. away ,
1 pasj - --
I before the Oa..oJa Hdw <'.) auppll'.s. to 'The B. Y. P. U. at 6:15: p. m. Be ,
II.
ReV. B. Guy came
convlctH u. . .-. -- 70.10 sure and be present. I f
board and asked that a road be open \\'at .ra &, Caraon iro Co.: CASPARILLA CARNIVAL COMMITTEE
.: to be- .. __ Everybody invited to these meet
: Let me have particulars of what landS ed in his neighborhood same muli- fi- il Uh. --- 216.42
at northeast corner of sections J J "ann. 3 doublf tre's.. 1436 ings.! Strangers especially welcomed.The .
gin
you would sell and name your best \; \v ".I>I..n. road pax roll t.,
11-11-34: :\ and run vent along said er- i HaNxInio-r _ .. .. 411 50 .:
, S price and terms.Alf. tion line to the station on the Florida -' K I iMNimni, .... I.ht <:'o lumberbrld youngest probate judge in the --- J
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East "oast lailroad Upon motion _ -- h 77 18C United States is thought to be Fred .1
LudI I \ \V Anhlon road I'a )' 1'.11. 258 50l.rt M. Breen in Wexford New -
Mr R. H
duly seconded. county, .
W. LawBox H q5 I.'tt rightorviav ;
lam, county engineer, was instructed .1..1 _ . _ .-. _ 30000J York who is 25 years old. A curious I- r
to make a survey of same as soon as I J Ingrain loittn I tn .
145 Minx possibleMi .
,8. H Bullock c.) t" In C .\ .
R. B (Garrett tame before the | Minx i'a... _ u- -_ 398 by the same court over whichhe .
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Kiffimmee Fla. board 1 and stated that he conld not |' oeceola Hdm Co. supplies for now presides. :'
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Jail and court houaf. 880 .
: deed the county over forty feet, as a Robert llaaa mule and wagon- I t,

; "right-of-way through his' land.; hoard II accepted the forty-foot strip. '1'hol1II"II.*'\. barber work CLASSIFIED J/ ( I F I'J Ii
rrenvlct . 4.00 ? ''I
l Mr. D. Y. Johnson came before \J"n""r' Tlaoii. .-rodman- u -..- 21- .I' '

; r'I . .. .. . . . .. . . the hoard and agreed to deed the ) ,lays .u- _- _'_ -- _ 4300 ADVERTISINGFive 1
? county. strip through! his lot for the KuaiK'll hafford rodman 21
\'" . __ 42.00It
betused - - -- --
sum of $10000 to as a public \
II
: road same to be thirty-five feet on I fl...,. l.ulIal1.ounty- -_ .. .._. _pnlf'-- _.. 120 00 ,b..
Sprigg FlemingCLEANING the east side of the lot and J twenty- Minion. B Caraon. coats In Cents Per Line ..

J A < )'!lerr> caai- .. __ 520 .
feet the west side Chairman - *
four on ; I i I. I: F.iimer. whipping strap 150 . Each Insertion ;,\
K )I., Lesley and A. V. Bass were appointed ; A K uses car of S it Mc-

'S as a committee to see Mr. (''.'lIand and family - _-_ 34.33 I '; T- -

Johnson and get! the matter adjusted. I I O It Baiia Tranapt of Boaali-.. WANTED TO house for the !
10.00 0
PRESSING Mr. B. J. O'Quinn came before the' Will 1I..al"r"ht Fr-.man. work u.of stock- year; 4 to 6 rooms; city water; "(

DYEING hoard and agreed! to put a third coat i I Rd.... - -_ -. u_ _ _.-_ 9.002.ls convenient; nice location. Want (
outside of the court J M Stowart. malnte- March best
of the
paint on possession or April;
__ 12.00
allowed ,
two-coat' iiann -- -- -
house and do the inside guaranteed for
REPAIRINGLeave J Z UolM'raon druna for prUonera care property. ; j
1 work for the sum of $170.80 where _ _- a.10 Address W. P. L., Box 117, or see i
--- upon the board instructed him to do .M Kntx supplies to road F. F. Cummins at Carson GroceryCo. ,f
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the work his agreement. I gang 5370 Also want at 1 2 unfurnished -
as per once, or
& : ... word rl my houte aq4.cIots. Attorney\ W. J. Sears advised the'j' KlnalmtniM-plant. light Water a 2 &months Light: rooms. 8tf Which doyou preferMtt'dath7r .1
lied
will be Cp lor aqd returned. board to pay the costs in the case of I i water 1 1-4 75.16 .1'j.

Satisfaction Guaranteed State of Florida vs. A. Cohoon et al., |I 'v. B Maklnson Co... stoye. ..iilpa.. _
S I to'' cuunw Judge ... .. ,30 WANTED-Fresh cow at the Gray-
to the game warden, Hon. M B. Carson Palace Drug; Store, drugs to
S . . . . + stating that he had made the !'> prisoner -.... .-...._..... 4.96 stone. II. W. Thurman. 6-tf .

arrest in the case and that, he was H. Cj Stanford' suppllea.' to L "*(1
I road (tans; 57.18J
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e'" entitled to the costs. .. W. 'l'hnmr\.on coffins and FOR SALE.
S 5 -- .--- The board took recess until 2:00p. : burial' 'of jaupers- --------j: ::: 20.<10O"'OIR :
I Journ" .'n.lopr" 8.Ilk. .-.
m. \ "uhp"'n" Cn clerk __ n 20.00 FOR SALE-20 acres naif cleared nice
The board met again at 2 p. m., all H..hlt..n I'hnr ,'n I no" _
1
being present hat to eonvIct. -_ .u ._ -- 600.r young grove, good! fences, fair house, : ":
EXPERT: PIANO
I. 0r..trort.. ,)unty court some crops now growing; terms
Mr C. C. Buchanan,
I representingthe CoSts __ 7149I.
Buchanan Tax Checking System, -I. II I"'am., ''Uflt"our- reasonable.. J. II. halley, Loughman ;

came before the board and explainedto .."ste - .. uu__.- 117211I. Fla. 2-tf \ ) III"
r TUNINGSpecial ,' .
It. 1"'H"m "mH on flcoll'etl "
the hoard how the system worked. . _ .- _____ 8t63I. % ;
and stated that if they decided to install H In/oram. f'rd hilt 01 prl" FOR SALE-Signs to advertise prop- .
attention to all makes of the system that he would be I 3960 ,
erty for sale can be obtained at the
Instruments pleased l to begin! upon instructionsfrom I.oncre-----------------------_ _ MuII. Gazette 10 cents each. ,)
iS i ; Valley ,
I u -
; the aid board. I .. H I,,gram. ci>at.. I Ir, mu etc : ::
Charge for tuning $3.00 for next Mr. R. H. Ludlam, county .engi- 1, court _ u . U . 4. 95 - -- i1a11LL: I

.30 fleer, made a final report of the Kis- | !S' M 1 Midi-Hand malnto- MISCELLANEOUS.
;k days. j I nance allowed _-__ h _____. 1800 I
solicited.R. simmee-Melborne public road, which 1 Cad M< Cov. maintenance alI II I-
SS Out of town orders: I was ordered filed. I low.d .uu_ -_ u.n _.. B0 NORTHERN BUYERS want Southern -
of Kla lnmpe.
.fltatiHank
Mr. C. F. Tison, came before the 3,00000 farms direct dealing with
R. D. FAIRMAN I loan 911 i days - -u.u ; .
board and asked that the board as- I'lotlank "f KHslmmce, commission. What I. l.1I:

Phone 202 Box 197 nittl in the support of Cad McCoy a Tnt on loan __ _-_ nu-__ 60,110<> ( have owners you; no to sell? Write South-

Kissimmee. Fla. negro/ who is at the. present time I Paid warrantS were ordered can- em Homeseekers' Bureau, Box

.- being! cared for by the city; the clerk rolled. frmn the various funds as folneral 1454, Atlanta, Ga. 8-ltpd
was instructed to draw a warrant I 10...p RU-INEDL!
for $5 in favor of said McCoy. ---- - : >
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---- - The board instructed the clerk to It V\n\"".1- and fund-.forl..ltur".n- -- - un- 925.79 FOUND-Three Milage books on _

draw a warrant for $18 in favor of i Broadway last night; two from ,_ :rV-
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I rn J. W. Thompson S. M. McClelland.Bill I The tri-..aurers' report showed the Knoxville, Tenn., and one Wash- r )
1,>II..wlnlhalance... on handDontral ington, D. C. J. J. Rogers, 118
of Mr. J. W. Thompson for revenue __ __ __-_ _11.168,96
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I FUNERAL DIRECTORand furnishing.! was coffins examined and and burying ordered paupers Klniand fund forfeiture.. -u -_u._-_. u.u. .u.-_ 4.867.92I'Ichonl 28JJ Sumner street. ONE SOUND CONSTITUTION ONE SWEET DISPOSITION !

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I Coiint road< - -- -- -- J ROUGH LEMON SETS for sale $15
andS paid.The 5. H l 1). No L..n __ __' '' 1371.00-
road fund being short, the S S I' N. 2 . ._. 117.06 per thousand. Henry W. Smith '
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LICENSED EMBALMER clerk was instructed to borrow $3,000 :a-t.. (H a I'i,. No NO 4 3-n-___________u.u'____--__ 1.10981 412.19 Wauchula, Fla. 551.l2tpJLOSTAds ONE WOMAN'S HAPPINESS AND THE SPARKLE OF A 't

S. for days. Interest to be _ _ _ .
ninety paidin H S I' No R _ .-- --- 28.74
advance. :-t. S L'. No. 6-- -_ _ __ --._____ 17.90 placed in the Valley Ga- .
zette have found more articles for ONE CLEAR COMPLEXION PAIR OF BRIGHT EYES' .t
and L Mr. R. II Ludlam received a telegram ___ _
; Store Chapel, Stewart Ave. Total __ -_ _. u. U u 9,88141 tbe owner than any other one kind
from Mr. William S.
Maxwell
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of Five cents line. '
S. KI8ImfEK.!' !: FLORIDA. I chairman of the board of county The tax collector's license report publicity. per $

commissioners of Brevard county, showed $69.00 general collected, and .
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4-. stating that they were at work on 126.00 auto collected. FOR RENT. The cause was an ancient cook stove. The family tliatA t.,:
f the Kissimmee-Melborne road and The tax collector's poll tax report ,
expected to carry it to completion. showed $79.00 collected. DWELLINGS for rent. opply' to M. called her "Mother" saw what wa happening when it wair ""Iii 1''

,i. 1- ---J The petition for a voting precinctat There being no further business be- Tiller. too: late. : ''r

E. E. Well Alger was read and same laid torS the board, motion for adjournment . '

'over for further consideration at the was made and duly seconded, FOR RENT Comfortable bed '
room,
Real 'Estate March meeting. whereupon tbe board adjourned to Don't allow anyone you care for in your family to cook' ,I I l
and Insurance
located. r;
centrally Large porch. ,
t The cost bill in the case of the meet again! on the 2nd day of MarchA. J'

.' qs5S. State of Florida vs. C. A. .Minx, was D. 1914. Brack St. J. W.. Prentis. 42-tf on anything but a genuine Favorite Range. .' J.t.; :

p examined and approved.. J. L. OVERSTEET .

., The cost bill In the case of Stateof Clerk. FOR RE'NT OB SALETwo.story." Favorite '
Ranges will do the finest baking have t
>f AKE A SPECIALTY OF RENTING Florida vs. William Stephens was tore building on Brack North you ever

examined and approved. Kissimmee. H. C. Stanford/ 20-tf seen, and do it with lesa effort than you expend on the poor '/ ',_
\ The BOND FOR ROAD BUILDINGIn '
pay roll of State witnesses in "
HOUSES AND ROOMS the range' you are now fussing with. I :,
I county court was exaimned and .
f government circles the very general - .' .. /
i :103 B, aJi.ay Phon 372 approved.The disposition of states and couptiesto .

i i. -- ,--, prisoners sheriffs Was bill examined for feeding and the issue bonds in large amounts for ECGERSOLUESSRIEDEL You can find just the range you have been looking fog....;
ap. road looked
building purposes isn't in the Favorite "
'. proved. upon without misgiving. Already Line for there are hundred. of style and
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:. o 0'00 000 ..00 00.000.000.0 road The! sheriff's bill examined tot feeding the there .are about as inanyHbopdi on the COMPETENT CARPENTERS sizes. ,. S

gang was and ap market as the country tan well take "
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proved.Mr. care of Only the other day Tktr. J.. J. .
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: Harry W. Thurman came before Hill, the well! known'railroad magnateand MAKERS
1iGRMSTPNEr ,
I the board and a reed to Jell financier said that the: countrywas k
)hem lot 1 of Cannon's Addition for 'waterlog d" with bonds. Zfthe'eountry First-Clas. Upholsterer Employed.We : :
a court hous.,. Ii" at $15,000. Osceola I
same 'hould'beeome : :
''5t t 'If. :... au'n. TUI tion.being deferred for future considera with. bo/idx,road improvement overloaded bonds I ,."Are. IT. '"!. Our Business. Oardware&o., .: : '.1

S d ''f;. Hand. .' _ndhan4'auto..... The otr.u1'Jother: ;, kind therewoul WORk IVELL; DONE ... i! ..,
lor ..1. trei. *IG. tcI. following' bills were examined loss of confidence in that kind el'MffONEtftS. '' <

..: I "-I... all at, .Or7.tan.-O..raw, approved,, 'and ;warranta ordered curity I REASONABLE'CHARGES; ,, .
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.r., briar prevent .1. W. Thnmpsviprc ., l' '
.ld..nti C. H. Towel O. JC. PrathiRuiih. "; '
3. m. Ti M. Rlr"rv and '/, f Fruit Pasture
,. RoDgb and Dressed.> Qllberl., clerk,. _
The minutes of the 'Ia.t. ( ,\ ... ,
were, reddmini approved. ..m..un'li .
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officers were examined and : .' '
'LUM'BER ,
PINE ; ,: as bill follows were! approved and ordered paid arming , ; Grazing . 1'Trucking '

J. "". TJIIr. salary as ma.-or..B 10.00 f. .."/ '"
C. F. Tlsnn. salary as marshal 75.00How.tl "
"n"- salary as police 80.0 Timber
J. Z. Roberson salary as treasurer .
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HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY I J. n. Gilbert, salary Ill cl rk-I( 7100: .' :
J. n. Gilbert, salary a. deputy
collector _ III.GII. .
A Crawford.dclcry '
Van Agnew
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as city attorney *,
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11111111111111111111111111111111111 I J 1111111111 II I In re of street paving -LANDS

certificates _____-_ _u___._ ISO .l? u
J.V. Thompson salary asmember
f of council '.00

:1. R. council Rush salary__ ___.as__ _memberor __ l.jlO)< zI Have Them for Sale in Any Size Body :
CARSON::: FARMER C. B. Yowell. salary "a mem-
her r INSVTLA2rTCE:: : : O. II Prattler, salary R. mem
J ber of council ______ 2.00T. From Ten Acres to One' Hundred n
)Tp H Rivera, salary ee mem-
Leitner
Successor to the Dozier Agency bar of council __ a.oo* .
Klovd I TlHrin. feedlnir prisoners I Thousand Acres.

State Bank Building and paupers Whltehead._____.care__-___"ofpauper 14.7iKnlhiT

_n____ un.___-__ 5.00Kls.lntnee '
Valley Qasette.printing i . 19.86 A Letter Addressed to Me Will Bring a w(,''
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C. A. CARSON, President. N. C. BRYAN, Secretary )M Robert Tiller.Reedel.Insurance ahop on work Cain- .60 Full Description and Terms of Sale. ', '.

bone ___'___n _u__ J____ 280 ,
H. N. Prut ton, Pupt.' of street ,I'

The Waters & Carson work ____.n__ _-_ _..___._ 75.00 ,
J. R. Gilbert. pay roll for
street hands h.____.:______ 30.00
i )Murk rtros., teams for street D. G.
work _. ____ .._ 4401 McKAYk
.1 J. I)nnn. Shop work_______ 1.60
r>sce Grocery CompanyWholesale for parks and Mdse. ._____ 74.7 t
H. W rtrattnn. In re of streetKlssltnmee
p""Jnoc _._ _-_ __._h_-_ ._ 10.00 KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
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Furniture Co.. formetal .
I bed ('0. seats for
I parka) ____ _nu______ _ 60.62
and Retail Dealer InGROCERIES Citizens: Rank of Klaalmmee.
part on sidewalk certltl..atpcli.Kn..n ,
2,489.37
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balance. on sidewalk certificate LONGS FOR THE EVERGLADES! I END STOMACH TROUBLE LADIES, ATTENTION!
due 1-18 __ _un______ 2.1671! .
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Citizens: Bank of Kissimmee. OASES OB DYSPEPSIA --
Interest on sidewalk certificate Sad is the heart of Tony Tommie.He Signs wanted worked; in some ''r '

due 1-28___._______.__ 2871 '
W. H Arnold, part on brick is a Seminole youth and he is *t pretty design, size about 36rl3

00000000000000000 000000000000000004A \V.culvert H Arnold___,-_balance__u__ on___brick_h__ 600.00 the Indian school at Carlisle, Pa., trying 'I "''Pape's Dlap psln" makes Sick. Sour, inches, for the coming Exhibit''of

0 0 EUY 0a culvert _.- ____ uuu 44.27; to acquire an education. But I Osssy Stomachs surely feel fins Osceola County's products, etc Tire "
0 WE SELL: 0 WE : Citizens: Bank of Klsalmmee. In five minutes
HAY .* 4 4 part of warrantNo tony Tommie isn't pleased up there. I with the word "Welcome" 'and one w

0 .0 0 HIDES, 0 lIZ'1KI---u_--__------_- 11220] He sighs for the Everglades. The Es- I a each with the word "Progr. ,"-
Citizens Dank of Klanlmmee., ,
0 GRAIN. .0 0 .0 balance In lieu of warrant tero Eagle prints a letter from him, I If what you just ate Is souring on "Prosperity." Have the signs the

FURS, Clt No liens. 1Z6R Hpnk Uuhhu.of Klsalmmee.llrtcreBt _. 1467.78 which, as it says is fully as amusingand your stomach or lies like a lump of same on both sides. Do not be back. '

FERTILIZERS ..* p WOOL 4 ._u__ ______n.u 19.69K interesting as the letters of "Has lead, refusing to digest, or you belch ward in coming forward.
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R. Johnson, salary aa Rupt. sea and eructate sour, undigested '
0 SHINGLES, < O of water plant Uh'hu' 9000 himura Togo," the "Japanese School food or have a feeling of dl..ln.... Communicate with ( '

0 .* .0 0O Will man Yates water salary plant n.u afore-_._, 3621 boy." This is what Tony""Tommie< heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad taste A. E. THOMAS :'

ORANGE BOXES, 0 0 AND W A, Joiner advanced for writes: In mouth and .stomach-headache; you Secretary and Manager. '
4 4 __ ____
lalxir 3.00 ,
ALL Osceola Hardware nhu.hU. Co.. Mdse. Carlisle, Pa, Dee. 6, 1918. can get blessed relief la five minutes.

.. ORANGE WRAPS, .o : <' '. for. water plant ___________ 7261 Mr. W. H. Marshall-My Dear Mar- Put an end to stomach trouble foreverby NOTICE TO VOTERS.The .
J. R Clll>ert. pay roll for getting a Urge nfty-cent case of
0 VEGETABLE CRATES, 0 0 "COUNTRY cemetery work9462 shall: I Been Sick one week I stay; Pape's Dlapepsln from any drug store. -
Herr' I'adKett. salary BB scavenger ,
.. 0 __u ____Unu__ 60.00A. hospital one week. I want go back You realize In five minutes bow aeecl.I. registration books for Oaeeol&County
0 CRATE NAILS, 0 O PRODUCE.. J. Ke ... It will the tint in'
) salary aa acavenrer Is to suffer from Indigestion: open Monday
0 O. O 4 ____ __ _nuu_______ 60.00 Florida now too much sick up here dyspepsia or any stomach disorder.It's January and close the first Monday.in
0000000000 040000 Pratlicr & Lupfer. supplies for Five different kind sick measles
00000000000000000 fire department ________n_ 391 now. the quickest surest stomach doctor March, It1. -
A. A. Tano, fire chief payroll itch. Some like this. I don't want stay] in the world. It's wonderful. Books will be open in all ..precincts

Y We sell field and garden seeda of all kind \V. A. for Joiner tire salary Dept a.n__Supt____ 460 here long. A afraid stay here too many: in the' ounty.

We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties of JS. L* plant -n 116.08n. sick up here. Well I tell you about ta i : C. W. GRIFFIN,'
E. Gardner salary as engineer Subscribe for The Valley Gazette. Supervisor of Registration.
Free deliver In city limits. Phone No. 12. sad K.: I. plant.__.________ 76.00 what she said you write me again
We agents for >d fertilisers. A.k.. fir circulars
are county gM J. C. Buckler salary as lineman
prices on fertilisers.FOR. E. I* plant_----______ 60.00N. Mr.;Marshall. Me your friend all the --= A
N. Parsons salary as fireman time Mr. Marshall what 4
now,
you
---- K I. plant ___uu_ 66.00V. Choice of 5 Tourist Trains
... -- H- Kills, salary aa collector think there. What I say this letter
water' and light plan1-u__ 6000 .
what think I Well 1 I
you mean.
Charlie line work
Cain ------ 30.001 i
W & C wood 239 Si ,,
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Sate Hank of Klsalmmee.; 208cords your lettec. I write to you back .'
wood _ 66120V ',
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time. You tell about Ben
It Kill*. vancefor every me -
freight labor and supllea._ :i7.06 Frank down Carlisle "said
come you "Dixie "Seminole Limited"Dixie
J. E. Lupfer. drayage ._______ 6.66 Flyer"
EXCHANGE Osceola Hardware Co., Md.p.E. Well you-no send boys anymore too
Ij. P. __ 8.00 sick here. You tell he Limited" "South Atlantic Limited"
1. R. Gilbert for meter------ 10.00 many up stay 1
J Florida Klectrlo Co., material my camp all the time. He hunting
for E. I plant----------- .'.0' .
Route"Viav '
: "Montgomery .
Mulberry Explosives A Hup- make some money flea. allright- ]I .
ply Co., material for K it. send "
FORFlorida plant ____ __.._________ 48.09Electric think. You want to other Boy. ,
Appliance Co.. metersfor You don't do to much sick
more
any
B I.. plant __u_- ___ 127.61 '
Standard Oil Co., oil for E. I.. here. Well you write to me again
plant 4149W Atlantic] Coast Line {
H -------------d------ some time. You tell Mr .Richard

K I. plant ________ __._ 1.40.J. plenty sick up here now. I want go J,
PropertyWe J ))al1... shop work E 1.. I
plant _..uu_ __ s.75 Back Florida my home and I guess f Standard Railroad of the South ,,;.

n. tXckemon.__ brick K I.. you want me stay here Be allrighl .
---- - --- 860 '
W li't I ;'. dra;>a JK K I* maybe I stay here long maybeo 1 I : Pullman car Jacksonville to Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati; :

plant n__. _.___n_ ______ 1.00 I Louisville Indianapolis Cleveland Grand Rapids and intermod'
Caraon Farmer Inaurance death I think. Five different kind ,
have a client living in Northern' Oklahoma in the best part of the K I- plant .__nu__-__ 7.08 sick up here. Well I get letter from late point f

State, who desires to come to Florida to live, and owns a stock of hardware M boilers Tlllet, _liiHurance__ ______ _on_hh E__ .I._ 98.00 Mr. Richard he tol dme about it you : DINING AND OBSERVATION CARS ;

will invoice about $4.500 there Bee for For ticket and information call on Atlantic Coast Line ticket "
furniture and harness, undertaking and machinery Applications fur Insurance were stay good you he Said. ; !J.'
presented. liy local aHents which wan I don't want it stay here long what agent, or' .
well from $16,000 to $18,000 annually.
an old established business doing referred to electric light committee
barn poultry acid committee reported favorably on you think Mr. Marshall. Well when I J. G. KIRKLAND, Division Passenger Agent, j
Alto has a splendid residence with one acre of ground good ; policy presented by M Tiller agent forFldrlltv
Ben Frank come Back to telled Tampa Fla. :'
you ,
and Casualty Company. of :y:
worth $2.500 there being about ..
buggy shed grainaries. etc.. New York which motion ,
arrangement; ; wai un ac- about it Everything Sick and too -- .".

$900 against the residence in Building and Loan Association. This aggregates cepted.Mr.. Robert Reldel asked that 'the much up town he said. I never Been I I th yt Yt Yi Iii Yt "i tt Yt $ t"i Yl yt yt $ti2.'f1 Yt Yt i ffi Yt v1 YI : i

a deal of about $6,000 and party will give a fair and equitable exchange more"oun..1.xl'nd street and electric Bermuda lights avenue on ,S\alan ca- up town. Well and when my Brothers .

in Florida worth the oalllnK attention to neceaaarv a.o..tImprO.m..nl. make money and pay my way RARE CHANCE IN SUBURBAN HOMEAs
for property money. ..
said streets On
on i
'" motion same was referred to street Hack home and I quit go to school. I other interests prevent my living there. I offer for sal mjr ( j"j"I

We also have three farms in the same vicinity valued at from $6.000 to and Mr.electric R. H. Unlit Aultman committees and Mr. M J_ White men pay my way back Flor- place on Fish Lake, four and a half miles from Kissimmee and equidistant -, f(

each all good interest-bearing propositions to exchange Gallagher called council's attention to ida my home I go to school every from St. Cloud.
improved
V $10.000, much needed drainage In West KIsBimmeo. Indian and I
day. quit
pay my way
This 20 of good land and has
property comprises over acres
Here is opportunity for some good business. Any- also to necessity of openlnir certain -
for Florida property. an streets 4 in motion. Harm was school. White people pay my way 660 feet on the lake front. Excellent fishing.

one desiring a business transaction of this kind will do well to consult us. referred to street committee council askedto 'back I po to school all the time. The land i i. half fruit and balance muck. Has house almost J'i:
The president of
was
confer with county commissionersrelating What you Ihii.k this Well I 'been new, story and a half 30x30 ft. Has water in the house two well; it.I

We also have for sale some splendid propositions near the city limits of Pad M<.Cov to),care and of report pauper disposition fvl.* one of sick one week. I look thin to. I I (one of these is flowing) of fine artesian water good out-buildings, A.t

Kissimmee that will make excellent horses and want the privilege of showingour ease at next .meeting Mr. Marshall how are you today. I barns and chicken runs.L '

property to clients who desire a ./fine location worth the money. Chairman Instructed(>f cemetery tn order committeewaa neceHsarvnumber look ugly Uf. I guess well good by County road and A. C. L Railroad run through south end of lot 4 :J
of seats to be placed In ceme stay hospital one week. I get out
terv with fUrtion adjoining.. Telephone service with Kissimmee and St. '

Good at bargain prices ; farm lands; truck farms and cattle An ordinance prohibiting the running this morning: I write t oyou. I never Cloud. Title to property perfect. Price very reasonable and terms J!
orange groves at large. of dogs the streetsr J
solicited.NELSON r Klsalmmee. Kla upon during certain write to you long time from now. .given if desired Apply to J. W. Prentis. Box 1 196, IG.. mmee, Fla. \A '.g
ranches. Correspondence months of the year, was presented and Good by my friend. I 37tf
read a first time and by unanimous
.consent was read a second time and Evidently the collegiate life is not y xxxxxxxxxx .t
passed In open session. I Ifi W W Hifi\ ifi ffi ffi Ifi ifi W xxx ai ,1
for Tony Tommie. He wants to
r Upon complaint that their names
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had been erased from the -- ';
Improperly come home, to flee from the "five different -
REALTY CO. city reirUtrator books, the clerk was J :.
luthorlzed to replace the following kinds of sick" and the "too I, -
names vizJ:: M Hansell. J. C. Walace much uptown," which harass his I I ,' ''1r.'
and T. J Farr. '
Rear of State Bank Kissimmee Fla. C'om.nunlcatlon re<'elved from Mr soul, where he may "death" if he
I. A. 8earson. public accountant. Inregard f \
to audit of city's books. On stays too long, back to the broad expanse THE H. G. SIEVER

:: It was so ordered that the of his native wilderness. Tony .
:matte:: r' be o>fered for the present I .f
There being no further business the Tommie ha an exaggerated case of :
council adjourned to meet In resrular REALTY COMPANY ,1I
session Tuesday March Ird 1.14. at I lomesicknesa and the only cure is .

7:3'1 p. m. J ,V. THOMPSON. Florida.-Tampa Tribune. NOT IN THE TRUST ; v r 1
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J I H GIM1ERT. President
a Clerk. 10,000 acre Stock Fans, s bargain if takes at sac. 4
Covering the feet of stockings on
You should read regularly I
r "GULF TO ATLANTIC LINE" the inside with soap before putting $5.00 per' scr*. ":- -t- .:.. -:- ..:. -i- -.t.

them on fo ra lonk walk will prevent Prairie Land, Oraaf GrevM, High Hasussck Lands, Tbmber Lands ''
W'rlte or wire Menge Bros., Fort Blisters from forming on the feet. Ar

Gazette Jyera, FJ ., for rate of far and *ch d- Lasds at AB Prices aisl. ea Easr .:.. x

The Valley ule of steamers Sawan* and Corona 2,000 acres Stack Raack, will excksar.ksV vslu it

dying between Fort Myer and Fortaderdale SINGERSEWING MACHINE for .*\er real estater' .;. -}. .>-!

via the famous Caloouqt- .

"Florida' Create Weekly Newspaper"Nothing thee, Lake Okeechobee Everglades and AGENCY I Orange, Groves all sizes and prices '

SmtxtfJt Li*. Ciresl.iipn .. Drainage Canals. The most wonder 26 :BROADWAY fi I'T' 'Ii'-

1 tal ioenery) In America. Wild bird KISSIMMEE FLORIDA, '

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for the purpose functioned In ::0 ,
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fD'. .ji\v: SIMPSON'' 4\ f'" < Sec. 1 and as specified In Sec.' 2 for ..... A to<- f ,
each' candidatefor: *he following Of ,
l TOPICAL, OUTLINE OF' MINISTERIAL, DITTIES OF'tPARTICI .
> .4f tl .J'' , .,. .,., JENr1sT, ., ; o 'lees,- to-wit .
'PANTS IJ?" PRIMARY ELECTIONS," UNDER 'CHAPTERS-469>: : 'For; United. States' senator," 14,090.

; .o." Upstairs in 1st 'BI 1J4IDQ'. vi AND 6470, LAWS O/ FLORIDA, 'AND APPLICABLE; :PROVISIONS : .For governor, $4,000. ,
/ t u.. III.0 12 mr . . ( For all 'other State administrative BUbblecSales.:
: . ,0 i HOURS: f r 1:30: te 6:30p.: to.Telephos OF GENERAL STATUTES -- MANY. IMPORTANT -. offices.' 2.6OO. ,

: . ., No. 7* Jun 6.i I u. FACTS-THAT THE VOTERS OF TIlE"t STArE For congressman, 2000.. .,,' .. 'oj -

For railroad commissioner, ad...
.- t aL.: W t"W, CARSON SII 'OLD. BE FAMILIAR WITH. jutant general State chemist: State

; .... auditor,' assistant State auditor. and j
.10. DENTIS1 -- justUes of the Supreme Court, 2000. ,

.. > '-- (By C. f). Roberson. in Dixie.) conduct work under direction of supervisor For State attorney, $600.
'Office ever Cole's Jewelry' Store of regl.t.ratIon.-See. 9. For circuit judge, $600.

Office Hours: 8-12. 1-6 The following outline of the recent ELECTOR. For State 'senator. $200. 1/j kE1t4:
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Office phone 1M) primary election law points out For representative to the legislature ,.
Residence 29Cas ministerial duties of those who takea Chapter 6469. Laws of Florida.I. $200. # 9Nfr $

administered for extraction of teeth mesial part in the election, and is See that poll taxes for two For congressional district 'delegates
so arranged that the reader can: arrive years preceding are paid on or before t othe national convention, $300.
at particular information with' the second Saturday in the month For delegate at large to the national L ., .
: JL H. .9. GEIGER out having to make an extended preceding the day of election, and convention tot member of the - ,w.
P ravaiciAM AND r .oOtiiens search into the law. Ita use as a register during the period of time national executive committee and

Bank Building guide, however In\connection. with the books are onen.-Sec. 11 IS... .presidential electors. fi0O.
Florida supervisor of reglstratlona d' 'district For officers ,-C counties
: Xlsslmmes the .law as published in. pamphletform county in havIng -
297 e. by the secretary of State, will registration officer' this out- a population of 40,000 and over.
Fhonss or
OfAi
.
line. $70.For
be found invaluable. Its purpose is )
Residence, 268. It-1,. to give the substance of the law in 2. Go to the polls and vote the county officers in counties having '"

I succinct form and the section of the I day of election using the printed a population of 80,000 and less

: M. RIVERS, N. D. I particular statute involved is, in each! ballot provided for the political party than 40,000, $500. .
T designated. For county officers in counties havIng .
instance cited in case a reference to I II s.v i
; PHYSICIAN and SURGEON the law is desired. Where sectionsof 3. In voting conform to the procedure a population of 20,000 apd less .I l
I required of the inspectors. than 80,000, $450.
the law is desired. Where sections -
; Office ofer OsceoU. Pharmacy of the law are merely referredto I (See inspectors and clerks, this out-. For county officers in counties with SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14

f t Residence f33 the substance thereof has been line.) less than 20,000 population, $400. M
PHONES: (OI1c. 1-18 omitted for want of space that wouldbe 4. When the name of an elector is The latest Federal or State census -

required] disclose a comprehensive charged by order of the circuit court to determine the population of a :'
: view of the material points within as provided by law, such elector must : county. LADIES - On that day we arc going to

;: : W.I.W1NN the scope of the section cited. In notify the supervisor of registration For member of the State executive -"J i Wlj

the event particular information is of such fact, also of any change from committee, and members of the congressional give you opportunity to

PHYSICIAN desired regarding points covered by certificate of transfer.-Sees. 193 and executive committee, of .
i select from stock of latest
t our
199, general statutes. political: $100.
2nd Floor Willson Building.KmontoB such sections, access to a copy of the any party,
Office
.. law would be necessary CANDIDATE.Chapter For members of the county execu- and
... 3 up-to-date i
['r pnowi ua XIB11M tive committee of ;,
any political I
;! OrHca Prows V7 FIoIAI SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION. 6469, Laws of Florida. ty, $50. par- .
Chapter 6169 Lawn or Florida. 1. Take, and subscribe
sign to an
4. Become familiar with .J
r. a. VANS AO..... ". ,. c *wro'n 1. Appoint district registration officer oath.Sec.. 22. ties, prohibitions, etc., as set penal forth AECKVEylR-anythlng you want at cost. I
for each district.-Sec. 9. ((1)) Printed blank (Form P-10)) for in Sees. 2 to 12 and 20 to 23 of above
.
AGNEW It CRAWFORD) oath fan be had by applying to to This
VANS 2. Keep rejrirtration books of the chapter. ,I
AT1CR E S.AT.LAW Sunday from t 9) o'clock a. m. to ((2)) If candidate seeks office to be I the filing of statement of campaign SALE will be on /leckwear only. "

12 and from 2 o'clock) to : voted for by the electors of more than and
OfflonM A-C\ Cltllf lUDk BnlltllugKisslmmee m. rrn > expenses sworn statement.
Florida o'clock\ p. m between Mllrl'hh and one county, he must file his oath STATE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Watch for our .
/ | with the secretary of State not less
s ._ April loth 19H.-Se. 1-V;
*f f
than Chapter 6469 Laws of .(
r thirty days previous to the day Florida.
:3. Appoint subject to removal by of 1. Must meet and organize
day election ( May 2d-Sec. 25. within SATURDAY sale each week.
D. GEIGER.
H. supervisor of registration deputy | ((3): ) If candidate seeks office to be 30 days after their election.-Sec. 7.'
supervisors of rrxfihtialion HS necessary. for ((1)) Outgoing chairman
i voted I by the electors of a single: must, not
? ATTORNEY-AT-LAW .--Sec. 18.: county, oath must be filed with the less than ten days before the first

Register according to law directed j! clerk of the court not less than I meeting, notify each newly elected H. c. sr/mroRD{ COMPANY -

'? Office State Bank Building I by .Hections 12, n), 14 and 15. | twenty days previous to the Jay of member of the time and place of said

KiBsimmee. Florida G. with resolution of ..ilAJ.IAn_ ; ., 1, M.... 19... 1(11 A' C*.._ O/? 1 moat.mu'_-Sp: .v 7I .
? Comply exe.u- '- '-.w. ----5 '-'''. .J..J-O ", ""U. fIi
.. 0 I 2. Pass ;
I live committee a* to wno are lo ue 2. Pay the filing fee. resolution directing the II
.. considered proper members of the ((1)) Amount of fee is three pel i terms and conditions upon which I

I GE0. PARKER.. I party and entitled to vote in the elec cent of the annual salary or 'compen I which legal electors shall be declared _ I.,
. ,
11 tion.-Sec. 16. sation of the office sought.-S*>c.. and taken as proper members of the -- ----- 4

PMU1 AttomeytLaw. I 6. Upon the cloning of the registration 24. I party and entitled to vote in the elec of candidate, and furnish same to ((4)) Forward by mail or express.I J 4

> 11 Collection* and Conveyancing I books, and not later than the ((2)) No fee .3 required of candidate tion.-Sec. 16. any candidate upon) application.Sees. .- I within the time required under above, .

r Specialties. 30th day before the primary election if the office sought pays noI 3. May levy assessments uponcandidates 22 and 23. (Printed blank, limitation tQ the supervisor of registration -. ,!I::.
0 furninh the secretary of State, salary or comDensation.-t-Sec. 42. i who required to pay a Form P-4, will be furnished by the pamphlets not less in number
j 112\1a Broadway. ,. by telegraph if necessary, a statement ((3)) Filing fee must be paid to the filing fee, but not to exceed two percent secretary of State. than the number of registered elec- 'f.

IV containing the total number of official with whom the oath required of the annual salary or compensation 5. Publish itemized statement receipts tors according to the information!

b*i Q.F. KRIBBS registered electors of each political by Sec. 22 is filed and at the same sought by such candidate. No of money from candidates, furnished by each supervisor of registration -

party according to the registration time.-Secs. 24 and 26. assessment shall be made in the stating amount each, also publish under Sec. 17. (See supervisor Ja
ATTORNEY' AT LAW KISSIIIM B, FLA. books.-Sec. 17. 3. File receipt for commjttee assessment. event of a special primary election.- itemized statement of expenditures.SeC. of registration this outline.)

7. Permit examination of the 1 Sec. 20. I 65. 2. Furnish to each of r
Examination of Titles a Specialy. regIstration I supervisor
of books under the following ((1)) The State, congressional or1 I ((1)) Chairman must give to candidate INSPECTORS. AND CLERK. I registration not later than ,April 16th,
Notification and payment of taxes for the
.f careful restrictions etc.: county executive committee, according -a receipt payment of I Chapter 6469 Laws of Florida. as many wrappers or envelopes, postage 10-! :
non-residents the
f1 (given to the | assessment authorize-Sec. 20. I
attention. ((1)) Shall be public records. office sought, of each; po-.i 4. Adopt resolution later 1. Conform to duties prescribed by paid, as there were registered ; l'"
%I ((2)) Every citizen may examinethe Iitical party is authorized by Sec. 201 I a not Sees. 41 to 45. Printed form of oath i voters at the next preceding general :' .
i than March 15th forth what i
_ _ _ __ general county register and each I to levy assessments upon candidateswho setting 1 election.-Sec. 35.
, of challenged voter prescribed by
1 Pat Josnston G. P. GarnttJOHNSTON" of the precinct registers while in are required to "pay filing fees. I candidates assessments and, if any, it will certified require of | Sec. 43, Form P-9, and other forms I ((1)) Furnish additional wrappers '(
This is ,:: cause a copy
custody of the supervinor of registi'ation. assessment required for the r
required, are furnished by the or envelopes
I secre- immediately receiving
k GARRETT of I thereof to be delivered to the secretary -|I upon -
.
purpose meeting the
: legitimate :I of State within five there- !, tary of State to the supervisor of from the supervisor of "registration -
I days
at Law ((3)) Allow no one to make copiesof expenses of said committees and'> I registration. the list of qualified electors
after.-Sec. 21. Printed
( blank. Form j
; 'Offices 10, 11 A 12 extracts from any of the re ietr&- | maintaining their party organizations :, P-10, on which be written such I 1 2. For information regarding conduct required by Sec. 17Sec. 35. ,
and may ;
1 1I '
tion books. is not to exceed in 1
amount T'
tatixens Bank/Blelr./ resolution will be at polls, consult Sees. 208 to 239 3. Ballot.
((4)) Many furnish copies of the I two per cent of the annual salary or'I furnished by the 1 general statutes. 'd(1)
j' Kisdmmee rlda. secretary'of State. ( ) Print of all candidates
L FJ of the office ) names
names, occupations and residences of compensation sough I
. CAUNTY CANVASSING BOARD. for the office in
> Sec. 20. 5. Procure printed blanks for oath same alphabetical
electors and -for such
any service! !
charge the customary fees for copy I I 4. Candidates without oppositionare of candidate and furnish same to any II Chapter 6469, Lana: of Florida.. rder according. : to surnames.-Sec.
., LOOTS O. MAIM Ti riCTOX 'WARLO* In the office of the clerk by law declared nominated candidate upon application.-* Sees. 22 1. Judge and supervisor 38.
and
County
.. ing papers
LAM Coli. ! and 23. Printed blank ((2)) Order In which the titles
their will ( Form P-(, of I to
Ftarfcta fC K, CooratrlmWl Court of the circuit court, but do not furnish names not be printed -on registration are required to meet
in other infoima- the primary election ballot. will be furnished by .the secretary of at the office of of the. several! offices to be filled shall
ASSET.:& WARLOWATTORNEYS writing; any -Sec. 27. supervisor registration -
yf State. I be left to the discretion of th. officer
5. Candidates
tion.-Sec. 18. may file statement and take to their assistance:
,
i I I 6. May declare by resolution for in charge of the printing of the ballot.
for
AND Co.UMSEi.Loa' 8. Cause a copy of the pamphlet publication with the secretary of the chairman or other member of the .
Sec. 38. ,
the nomination of -
required Sec. 32 be State. candidates as fol- i board of commissioners.-Sec.
AT LAW by to publiflied I 1 I county 1
the ((1)) The lows. : ((3)) Print separate official ballots \
of of 46.
by secretary State, to be secretary State is I
1 ruietIo.tn sit the Court of the statS and of required -
for each
4
)b i),c I aM United 8...... BBO before the Florida IU1I- mailed to each of the registered electors to publish a pamphlet to be I ((1)) For candidates for other than ((1)) incase of absence or sickness political party and provide a
- -/ .'....OnmrotMtiin and th. Intcratat C.mm.rot taking care to mail to each only mailed t-o the registered voters contain political offices. or refusal to act, etc., of the county' different colored paper for ballots for ,
.. ..... each
0- National committe'emen. party.-ec. 39. .
"' ((2))
such
the pamphlet of the political party of ng matters as the candidate I I judge or Supervisor of registration,
11.14 CBAJkUOTON BUM. ORLANDO. . desires the ((3)) Delegates to national conven- ((4)) Arrange make-up of ballot according -
lit I j. which such elector is registered as a public to know. Statements 1 1 1 another member of the .board of
,
tion. to Secs. 39 and 40.
member in the registration books.- for publication be filed county commissioners may be designated I
may -
-s
;: Sec. 34. (See Secretary of State, this with the secretary of State upon the ((4)) President! of the United States.I by the chairman of said board. 4. Certify the nominations not
ANDREJOHNSON outline.) following conditions: ((5)) Vice-president of the United -Sec. 46. less than thirty days before the next

: ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT L w ((1)) Use wrappers or envelopes furnished I (A) Must be filed not later than States. 2. Proceed publicly to canvass the 54.general election (October 4th-Sec.)
by the secretary of State for the thirty-third day before the day Upon the adoption of such resolution vote.
WHiPractic. m all Courts mailing pamphlets. of election (April 29, 1914.) a certified copy is required to be ((1)) Canvass must be made solely ((1)) Certify to the board of county
)Jtate and Federal 1 served upon the secretary of State 'commi toners of each county in the
(2)) Cause all wrappers or envelopes ((13)) May contain'candidate's cut !rom the returns and certificates of
- ; Office adjoining Broadway within the time required for filing State in case of an officer to be voted
for the mailing of pamphletsto or portrait if he wishes.-Sec. 29. the inspectors in each: election dis.
OU.naflnk Kioumme be addressed for mailing by the (C) If candidate wishes to have oath by candidate (not less than trict as signed and filed by them. for by the electors of the whole

time the pamphlets are required to published in the pamphlet statement thirty days before the days of elec- Sec. 46. State.-Sec. 54. .

'.. ''JENKINS be delivered by the secretary ''of regarding any other candidate for tion.) The names of the candidates 3. Make and sign! duplicate certifi- ((2)) Certify to the board of county -

k! TTI...IJ"j B. : State.-See. 36. the same office he may do so upon for the respective offices and positions cates as required by Sec. 47. commissioners of those counties:

; ; 9. Record the certificates of election the following conditions: are thus required to appear ((1) Such certificates must be recorded composing a congressional, senatorial
z4 j SURVEYOR as submitted by the county canvassing (a) Must file statement not later upon the election. ballot.-Sec. 28. by the supervisor of registration or other district in case of an officer

-JI.. ... Hall Klssimmes, Pia. board in a book to be kept than the 89th day before the day of 7. Publish itemized statement receipts in a book to be kept by him for to such be voted for by the electors of any

_I-r by the supervisor of registration for election (April 23, 1914.) Statement of money from candidates, that purpose.-Sec. 47. district containing more than .J"4
.- '_\ :_ that purpose, said book to be furnished must be printed or typewritten.Sec. stating amounts each, also publish ((2) Transmit immediately one of one county.-Sec. 54.
p p ". T5y the county commissioners. 29. itemized statement of expenditures.Sec. such duplicate certificates by mail or (3)) Make out the certificates upon

,.: flak. ;L 3., HICKS -Sec. 47. (b) Statement must be 65. express to the secretary of State and suitable blanks to be prepared by the

p. \\0 41' 'Phyddaa' 10. Immediately after the county candidate's own signature.-over Sec. 29.the CONGRESSIONAL EXECUTIVE the other to the governor of the State. Sec.secretary 54. of State for that purpose.

.) Surgeon canvassing board shall the COMMITTEE. ..Sec. 47.STATE.
....jJLand canvass (c) Statement must be accompanied 6. Preserve
copies: of resolutions
returns of the State and county officers by affidavit 6469 Laws CANVASSING BOARD.
Chapter of Florid.
sheriff's ,
PhODSS or of
return the
r.fvinceSUie executive
_____ committee of the
,. : Bank;'BU. Of5e.41-ReL transmit by mail to the secretary that personal] service has been made 1. See item of sale order under Chapter 6469 Laws of Florida. various parties in which
of State a list giving the 1. On the twentieth day after the assessments
.. names upon such opposing candidate State executive committee.
; 'r;: .U' : of candidates
a
of all county officers nominated, the ,i true copy thereof.-Sec. 29. 2. See third paragraph under holding of the election, 'or sooner if upon are made.-Sec.. 21.

_:*' ; ..Oe.II..ee4.pe..s..e. office for which each was nominated t j I (Printed blank, Form P-8 for sher- State executive committee. the returns shall have been received, CLERK OF THE COUa,.
with the postoffice address of each. iff's return, and P-7 for affidavit can 3. See fourth paragraph underState the secretary of State, comptroller Chapter 6469 Laws of Florida.

: Dann & Dann -Sec. 47. j I be had from either the secretary of executive committee. and attorney general,' or any two of 1. Issue to candidate filing sworn

,., General Statute sof 1906. State or supervisor of registration. -,. See fifth paragraph under State them together with any other administrative statement, receipt for committee assessment -
I. Take oath and give bond.-Sec. I Either form will answer the -executive committee. officer of the executive and payment of filing' fee

'. Grocery Companyf. 191. I I of the law.) purpose 5. See seventh paragraph under department shall meet and canvass under Sec. 26, (Printed blank, Form

2. Furnish each elector with a I! (D) Candidates for nominationmust State executive committee. the returns publicly as provided in I{ P-6, will be furnished by secretary' ,

_ -I ; -- ..Bro way- registration certificate upon registration ': pay for space in the publication COUNTY EXECUTIVE COMMIT- Sees. 48 to.52, inclusive. 'I of State.)
J. I according to law. Such! certifi- to the secretary of State at the following - TEE. j 2. In case of false and fraudulent' 2. Preserve copies of re80lutlonaor", .
cates should be filled out and fur. returns proceed directed of the executive "
-' rates: Chanter ''46O. Laws of Florida. I as bv. Sec. nf the :.L
-
- I \. 'f. Operates the Cleanest Store nished in the same manner by the '', For the office of United States senator -I 1.: Must meet and rg ';I-jihin; 249, general statutes. various political parties .in which

i'SUM] Sells the Freshest Groceries' -Sec.registration 191. officers in each district. and for all offices to be voted 1 thirty ,days after the election of the SECRETARY OF STATE. which assessments upon candidates li\\
.
mad
are Sec.
!I upon in each of the counties( 21.
in the members of the eommittee.-See. 7. Chapter 6469 Laws of Florida.
'.f Any'House in Kissimmee.m 3. Issue transfer registraUon State, $100; 2. Not later BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS-
tificates when cr-I May levy assessments upon 1. than the 30th day be-

.1 .-......t.... . ..... . .. . .. by Sees. 193 and necessary 199. as I For the office of representative in candidates'filing fee but who not are to required exceed to two pay a fore the to be primary election and (May 2d) Chapter 6469 SIONERS.Laws of Florida.
congress, $50 cause printed bound
-I ,_ _ _ _ _ _ 4. Treat changes of entries on I I ; per pam- I 1. Furnish the supervisor of .
registration book., in of death For the offices to be voted for in cent of the annual salary or compensation : phlet containing the publication II of with registration -
T- case only I sought by such candidate. No candidates. Sec. 32. book for recording
etc., according to Sees. 196 and one county, $10; I certificates of 4
197. I : election
l 1'R., F. PARKER 6. In case of removal of elector| For offices to be voted for in more assessment: shall be made in the event ((1)) Print statements filed in the by the as submitted
4 from than one county, $7.50; of a special primary election.-Sec. order in wflich the names of candidates -I county canvassing board.-.
one precinct to another, treat I Sec. 47.
| For offices to be voted 20. are grouped under the titles of .
his cases as provided in upon in 2.
Sec. Cause
't h 01, ,TAILOR DIST. 199. ,| more than five but less than all couw, ((1) Chairman must give receipt to the offices on the official ballot.- lots to be to be printed on the bal
a : REGISTRATION OFFICER. I ties, per county $6. candidate for the payment of the assessment Sec. 32. used in the respective

." Chapter 6469, Law of Florida. I Any candidate may have additional authorized.-Sec. 20. (Print- (In case where there are two or the counties at the next general election

; -' { : ,11 D. :liqt.. Ayt."L. 1. Keep open registration books space at the rate of $100 per page ed blank Form P-3 for: receipt will more candidates for the same office been names nominated' ofIl candidates who have' -* t
.
,. _ _ _ _ _ on each week day :from 9 a. m. to 12 but no payment shall be received for be furnished b.y secretary of-State. filing atatements for publication in tion for offices to at be the primary el.o.,
'
v j4. ,_ m. and from 2 p. m. to 6 p. m. and less than a full page; Provided. That 3. Adopt a resoultion not later the same group, the secretary of such voted for within
one night each not than than March 15th forth what State will county at said general election.
}" . -' week until 10 o clock more three additional pages setting give the statements posi -Sec. 53.
r 11 1 ) p. m. at some. place: In the district, shall be allowed to any one .- candi sessment, if any, it will require of tion in the order in which they are 1 n
; 1 1 ,C.. J thrasher) from the first Monday of January to date. candidates, and cause a certified copy received and filed.) ((1)) -frint the ballot in such order '
as-is
<;;.' :.;")''''' .q.\ the first Monday in March to be delivered to the clerk of the ((2) Begin of required by law for nominations
: $. ,,1. jl "'. *:". ) 1 H, and Chapter 6470, Lawa of FlorIda: J delivery pamphlet rot filed in the 4
office of
. BBEET.HETAL: WOJUtD biennially thereafter from- the first 1. Refrain from court:-Sec. 21. (Printed blank Form I later than the 25tL,day before the the board of
,;; 81e11 (AWap Monday In February to the tire Mon penditures of making any P-10. on which. maybe written suchreiioution election (May 8th). -See.' 82. County eommi.slonera.-Sec.. 64. .4 I.
!%;k. .' o. BMdalI7. day in March for the registration. of money or other thing will be furnished by the I ((3)) Complete delivery not later 3. Prepare ballot boxes for primary ,
;$ 0. JJoz'. eM. 0 .. '.'rt............ J1a. I I all.person who are legally qualified of value in furtherance of candidacy, scretaryof.State..) than the 20th day before the day of elections as Is required for: tie gen. g t.I. *%

-"f .(.....'t. ''..';r'. ... ... ; ...!!lyL.sp.ct. directly' 'indirectl 4., Procure1printed' blank for oath election (May12thSec.. "
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.80' Illustrious a berg as ourl'WVU1d ''de of nine crates -or'cases to a flitsinSfw ;r't" ', ," I
long 'nougB already.will 'give ,
bays received' his name; )heId : tails' In.my.next, nd domerfth best .Louis .Mo.,.one.day .recently '.,' -" ,.,",, '. " "' """" ","", '' !! ..... y, , ". ., !Ii.
honor :
not but have felt that ,
an GaMtte its Their reputation fern has : '. .. ., .. ..., '. "'
in future store for'Mm. wishes. for the/VaJley as growers I3I.l a ' 'k " "' . . " '
Feather conditions have' been* Editor. ) owner ahdf manager, extended far and wide until now they I \ .,. ''::. ; ''I'; '; I" : : : .'
EEL have quite a flourishing business'and, '4 '"
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",hat frolicsome, thermometer v" .'. .
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enjoy '
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ping from 73 to 46. degrees in'arle tomers.. ; '\ \ ; '.' II: o' .' ,
i night. .This, we must remera- Fred .Uhlrlck' has. ?-' totSouth ',. ,. : ., ;, .. 1-.1'.
however Is the danger period forOur' gone ., .... ..
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? "a. 'freezes have been I lLI); : ,. 'Ap9fka. lucrative Besmer! Penn position; where'he that'was accepted offered to a I, :.- 4 S -" ,,.......ii'" f&S\1\1-\\ \ J I '. ; ., '.. '.
fore the 7th andnone '
principally on I \ :
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.. later than the 12th" 'On I him. He will perhaps, remain there I # :: ,: .>. : :
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; j latter daywe consider all dangersom I. (Copy'c.lved't {late for ''publication all summer.t .. ," .
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last week.) The final arrangements are beingmade .
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record .
freezes a' new "
past pr
4 I, made a bustnews for the big mid-winter fair and .
Ms be' established there has H.U. Witherington .. I
tp v
+ w-erl been severe cold after the trip to Orlando Tuesday. Apopka is taking steps to be well "., ., ."
represented there both in members t" !
l I 'Albert Overstreet was a business I
''. Grotknd1 hog day the 2nd wee allftfcat. visitor in Orlando lasti Tuesday.' and in display of exhibits. .M' ," A,' .. .. J, '1
could be desired. It t is said"t'lt ,The ,new hotel Is now completed Chief llarod with a number of II1Lt
tl \ Mr. ,101. T. Anderson, deputies made a raid on .a "skin" ,. :
l' h. ground hog comes out on snd-the-owner. In the . ..v 11 .
that and hi. shadow he is offering it :for sale. game negro quarters last Sat .
F day sees goes 4 .. .. .
i back and stays in for six weeks. WeI Mr.. W. B.. Raulstfn who was urday night and succeeded in arresting '<
I noticed the day and as clouds, ob5scurMjthe ) stricken,some-'weeks aPl with an attack the entire gang of eight who ..:- .' '
sun all day we- look for ,of'' paralysis,Je-very.,much improved were engaged in the game. One of : '
and isiaWetodrive. around the negroes made a run for liberty '4 { <
'ftne ther in' spite- of for' present
i I. old7ff>>od. town again now. ., and was ordered to halt, but instead : f
Harod li all the he opened fire on the officers with a
& The' sal estatla. market has an upward Chief having va- 1' '\
.'tendency, owpeeple"" are by no cantlots around town cleaned up and pistol. One of the officers respondedto
t f anxious t.asUL. .. the rubbish removed.Mr. the fire with a shotgun and the negro !
"means Wittier and Mr. D. W. Clark and received. l load of bird shot in '' '
"r'thens C a future ahead of George Blackstone Irving a. lecturer of national _
Kwhich+ cjvill 'enhance-- the value off and Mrs. G. Uarod with Mr. R. the hip. All the others surrendered +
i in tenfold ratio, and as Howard took an auto trip to ..Mr'J without resistance, and Were tried be-
a and Promolter"
property
reputation "Better-Town by prof I
fore Justice es-
" y the majority of them have so man- Dora last Sunday afternoon and Witherby on Mondaymorning ,
affairs that they port a most delightful trip. each one was bound over "
: their worldly
.agftdv
< ,+ are'not -obliged to sell, they can I F. H. Davis and D. W. Clark madea in the sum of $100 to the criminal Zion, has written a ,book called ""JVly Town, the message f fH

'quietly! lay back waiting for future business trip to Piedmont Saturday I court. The wounded negro will be "
j" -':'advancement. -js I afternoon in the interest of the ordered to the Orange county jail of 'which he states ''is, "Buy at Home. The 1.1.x
i I fair. without bond, as soon as he ableto
county is
Orange
,< .The Primitive" ""Charca having selected '
Iv l' 1 J i : i Preacher: Banes as their pastor I Editor T. M. Byars made a busi- j be moved, to await the next session Springfield [Mass.] board of trade awarded Mr. Irving '"
I.; hold their meetings on the third nets trip to Birmingham, Ala., the' of the Orange circuit court, upon a .

:' K' ,Saturday appointment, and Sunday for Rev.the Guy second.filltngdhls I'I some latter real part estate of last deals.week: to. make I intent charge to of kill.shooting at an officer with !HiHi a prize of $500 for the best plan submitted for promoting -, ift r

'.:Those who remain true to the old W. J. Willingham of Arcadia, was The orange trees and grapefruittrees the interests of their city. .He has studied! the
1 ;s style as given out by the brother con- here last week looking after his real are budding to blossom as are ;
!?eider themselves safe for the fut.ure,1 I estate interest in and around Apopka. I II | also the plum, the dogwood, the in this and abroad. he
although a portion of those who ,I guest this week of Mrs. A. C. Star- hawthorne and the wonderfully fragrant subject country Consequently I r,
\\.tarted'' the church building failed to bird, is reported on the sick list. magnolia will soon be shedding I '
agree with the majority. Dr. C. Caroll has fitted up a suite !, for the rich aroma from its immense knows what he is writing about, and the' following / .
of office the McCall blossoms. The atmosphere
drug waxen
rooms over ,
;;,r Rex is at present domiciled Miss Mamie with i I' store where he is now prepared to'' will be almost intoxicating, while the quotations make a strong advertisement for the Buy- '
iL.'B. (Beau) Drawdy. I give first-class service to all his office woods will be clothed in vernal robes '
is one of the best cooks in this or any I I patients. I and every shrub and flower will be in ing-at-Home movement ,
Other county and we are enjoying i Hulquiftt of full blossom. Who would not enjoya : I ISK f (
i I Mr. Ernest t, Jamestown -
things set before us I
I. the good
\ by that many estimable has lady sold with to pleasant Rull I.,I his family, N. Y.and, has are now located occupying here with the j! blossoms home among in' the the land flowers'of Summer-and the IHi I "Every1 citizen of community, farmer, laborinjjfltinti, professional "
: Beau
h.feeungs.Bass and purchased in Kissimmee, cottage known as, the Loper place ] time? .. "ARGUS.. :"" ttiati-each and all owe a heavy debt to their town.. Al- !

and as the present prospects are that I)I: a until home.he can This secure family a lot comes and highly build |' together too'many citizens dre objects of charity from their fellow !fi ; '

:lie family!'Will will mov help to to that increase city, the his popu-large I I recommended and we gladly welcome | LAW GOVERNING OURPRIMARYJLECTION citizens in accepting community prosperity and enjoyments with- Yi ; 7
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them into our midst. -r"
lation. I I't ; !Hi out giving value received.
We notice tie that
by
Rull Bass, son and son's wife were.IsJtofs I Bessie Wakefield is newspapers sentenced to be !II !HiHi **A resident of a town should always patronize that business in ,

) ';f;'",(Clyde: ), is last to occupy week. the Rull's house son at I'on hanged March in 4th the, State unless of some Connecticut'execu- I' his community, the owner of which resides there, lit preference to '

., present in possession of Beau tive interference prevents it, charged that business, the owner which resides out of town. This principle -

% rawdy, it \having been purchasedInord81' home I with the crime of murdering her hus- (Continued from Page Ten.) applies to every line of business' ,-.t"!.4 ,
; to give him a country !
band. One Jim Plew admits that he
the cattle country committed the crime of killing Wake- eral election by Sec. 203, general "So widespread is the principle of home investment that the '

Partin was among the guests : field but in order to try to save his statutes. German Empire has organized a crusade against American bonds'''

f, daub-Accompanied is the wife Rull.of Mr.Rull's Partln's son, and own says neck Bessie he turns helped states'him evidence in the I ion 4., number In case and of change boundaries in the of divis-else urging that home interests need all local capital. The general /

,\land same with her husband to view 'murder of her husband. That is an tion precincts follow Sees. 185 and m manager of the International Harvester Company 'told the writer I Iif '
tthelr\' future home. Their desire was 'awful crime, but if Bessie is inno- I 186, general statutes. ,
that it
i iHi is more difficult to introduce their products in Germanythan
t Ito move in as soon as possible. I cent it would be a much worse crime t Grand Jury. '
i. Keenansville, the depot established ; to hang\ her,.an innocent woman than I 1. If jury convenes during a campaign I in any other nation. When a, nation acts this way is it not significant -' '

!,by the railroad company, continues it would to turn her free if she is preceding a primary election, lesson for towns ?" *
,'to.prtflper. The company has built''' guilty. She is the mother of two 1 and at its first meeting thereafter, It !H*
::1II"ela1 fine houses, and as a number I small children, and to take this]' is required to make special Inv tlga-
tiers have already erected sub- young mother from those innocent j tion to determine whether or not HiHi Yes, it is a significant lesson for this very community.. HiW ,
stantial dwellings, wehave every |I children and execute her and in do- there have been violations of Chap.. '
[ reason to believe that a city will yet I ing so place a seal of shame upon 6470, Laws of Florida.
[be established which will induce people their lives- that all the days of their Tax Collector. !
I 'to come and watch us grow. | lives they could not live down, is a 1. Conduct the receipt of poll l

,; 'Our postoffice under the managei j i most serious thing. We believe taxes and furnish list of electors as <**4 ...+++****.. *+*.00.+..*+4+4+4+4++4+++*+++*+*4++++4t+*+4*********** I IH. '
of Randolph Young, shows ni Bessie should be pardoned and we required by Sec. 204 of general I .
i decided incrersein the mailing line. would be glad to know that the civic statutes. : _
'., 'The contractor (Ackias Bass! ), is leagues, and the various clubs of ladies Sheriff. .
furnishing the finest kind of convey-. as well as gentlemen _petition 1. A deputy sheriff is required by .5 ..
flees between here and St. Cloud, the governor, Hon. Simeon E. Baldwin Sec. 238 of the general statutes to be C. STANFORD COMPMIY. RULL BUS MARKET s'' .; '

have by far the best mail serv- Hartford, Conn., and ask him in present and preserve' order 'at each Dry Goods, Clothing and., Sheet, '" '" '". w,'. . >..., ,,." " \I f l' ''I. ',,.-.: ,kh I .
that has ever been on the road. the name of Christianity to pardonher. polling place. ', Fnnddiinfi wd Notion ....,; ". IlW'.Freala' Meata of ADKlidsa /h 11,"' ',', 1\0'<
: 'W
Our, school is progressing, our What is done must be done I .t I \ N
chants laying in his goods for the quickly. Who' will take the matterup TINDALLWARD.Married 4fi-! '"
prig trade, hotels doing a fair .!.business -I .! : $ ,
the Democratic Ropster rejoicing I Last Thursday the death angel entered | at Boggy Creek, Sunday, .
over these signs of prosperity? the home of Carl Lon and February 8, at 11 o'clock, at the !Ii YiIi
lutd 'Hunter's Paradise giving prom- j claimed as its victim; their little Church of Jesus Christ, of Latterday CLARK: &: MEIKLEJON !iiiIi
ise1 of :future results. Whittier is 2-year-old baby Evelyn, after only Saints, Miss Armour Ward, of Boggy !
iupporting two saw mills, which it I Ia few days of suffering. The bereavement I Creek, and Mr. Keet Tindall, of East DUTTON-HARRIS CO. Real Estate +
fcertalnly does, speaks louder than falls heavily upon these Lake, Fla. !Ii SHOES
bvoitJs of its approaching prosperity, young parents and also upon the The groom, in a dress suit of blue, n
knd if there is any reason why ourtrowth grandparents as well. The com- and the bride, gowned in a lovely 106 Broadway Ii' r

should not be rapid it is unknown munitv extends sympathy to them. dress of white silk, looked the pictureof -!I; IIfII.p .I,
to Rex. A fine farming coun- H. H. Witherington had the misfor- manliness united to grace and yl! S I

Iro well located, a hospitable people, tune last Monday to have his fine beauty. s WATERS A CARSON GROCERY
' iraeh 'of the old cracker style pre- deer hound "Park" stray away and The bride is one of the loveliest of ; r,
ding(, and many other things that follow a wagon with hunters going our young ladies, while the groom is COMPANY A
d to to make up a city, it would bee to Marion county! Mr. Witheringtonwent one of the most popular and ener- Ii!
trange. indeed if the future did not in search of his dog Wednesday getic of our young men. f
; Lortend favorable results. which he located beyond Lees- The ceremony was performed by lie KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO.EverribJar cn c\
!iff; 1
.The railroad affords opportunities burg. D. W. CLARK.Mr. Elder L. R. Rountdy, the wedding ; for the H.... ., ,

hick ltvis; proposed in the future to was witnessed by a large concourseof J. E Rmsk, ....... i
Biki advantage of. Hyde, the new A. C. L. conductor friends and relatives. = NELSON REALTY COMPANY !Ii. .! ,
ft packing house will be esatblishPn.ajcl on the run between Apopkaand Miss Rosa Tindall sister of the
the many orange growers in Kissimmee, who recently purchased groom, acting as bridesmaid, and Mr. !Ii N. DuIia.... Anae = .

( fcis Vimmunlty will have an oppor- a new home from the American Thomas Little, of Ohio, as grooms- !Ii '
E&Xy, of packing' and shipping their Realty Company here) is preparingto man.All y; ; [s
ranges direct.f Hitherto thousands erect a garage; on' this lot now wish for the young couple a Yi F. H. LAWSON
-,/ boxes have decayed on account of which will be another improvementto long and happy life.
'' tck of transportation. The chance property.W. = Cult S. D. C. McKAT REAL ESTATE
J1Yi
8 avoid this in the future is now beEre T. Berry is having a new roof the Raw wound egg applied to a cut will heal 10 Broadway AGENCY I ,+
quickly .t
our people and we are satisfiedEat put on the residence occupied 4>y as well a srelieve ,
the
they will .have the energy and Robert Beacher on Fifth street. pain !Ii y; '
Krseverence Jo take advantage of ,
The electric lighting plant in con-
K' An unhealthy person is unclean in- Yi Sfi;
h nection with the new hotel was start .
We had. the pleasure of meeting ed last Saturday night and the town' ternally. Dyspepsia is uncleanlinessand 1.
r.'-.Jem Johnson at his residence, had its first glimpse of electric light constipation is filth. = .. HUNTER LAND CO. I ';-< t.
Kont five miles from Whittier, aEort ing. The new hotel is fitted throughout I

time, since. His eon, Barney, with electric lights and .juVen !Ii Real Estate ( .;
bA built near him.BjAk lighted makes quite an attrao* jy*$p- !y;-
the Drawdy mansion all is as it .

SUH t1e.; The patriarch is rapidlypro penrance.J Mr. Solomon Carter and wife and It you want an '.room house !Ii ii W. B. MAlWfSOR CO -ffi;- !Ii'' 1Ii 1\\ s s"S

g last. in week health riding and was in Will's seen Mrs. Carter's sister, Mrs. Smathers close In, modern In every way, Hardware,, C.tlery Boat S.ppEes !i' ,
S day and Miss Thelma $1600. cash.If W. ua..us' '
daughter. all from i
...
the
Kto apparently enjoying trip. !Ii aid IIbc a.,.
ff Asheville, N. C., spent several days
registration books are slowlyleg here during the past week looking YOU want a '-r em house on tit Adding MaW ea aa.I Typewriters !
!y I;
took
up. This new method ourKeens for a suitable place to establish for good street, lot 100dt7%. $100 .
by surprise, and several of themselves a winter home. They ex- cash.
the legislative body -W- '
km condemned .
presseu themselves as being highly Yil.Ii Yil.
Ho passed the law governing the If- you want l-rooni Louseand ,
.i pleased with what here and =
they-saw xtjt
; thud but Whittier people willBumble I 10 acreJ4 ,f land, $1(00 cash; s -
later
expect to return here and makean
d ; its their nature, but they investment. very easy terms on balance, DANN'S DEPARTMENT STORES
Bally down to the inevitable which Is but little.It .
settle
S.
Lawson Dry Goeds. IotltIag, Loee. Farei.Llap s
Kd\take things in the natural way. Mr. B. II. C. B. > i a
I Key'look' upon this law as one of Laws, of near Boston, Mass., spent you want a 10-aere tract m "- y;- / 5 and lOc Store D t'R ,
of the past week here looking over orange $100 $100 cash.
Be-follies of a folly loving body 'KISSIMMEE' LUMBER CO. ..
what it isKith grove propositions and expects '.
nand let it for I
pass
r i The single primary and theKible to make a selection and close a deal $$If BO. yon$ISO want cash. a 10-aore tract tfim! Wholesale aa*! RetaIl T-tf I (. .
for the
of before leaving
"' vote, affair will cause some one properties ,
Kua'confusion. The change. fromKVto the town.. It you want a. 10-aore tract Pkesie 21. j. w. pREirraPlaaes ; ,' ''Ii-/r /'
I. '' and first and secondBice The final arrangements were made $400. $100 cash '
right m! !y; Orbs, TalUsc'' HirihsilifiIMfifllQKK 1:' f' 4
is calculated to create some last Saturday night by the fair com- I '
,E uble, but expect well get used to mittee and. now all things are inreadiness .Easy term. to suit purchaser. !Ii; SniqMa, {.ee 5. -!
either above
; K> method by the time another law fort, the time to arrive for ea of properties.A Hiifi ii .,.. IT,
kafcaed.' 1i -' the procession to move, and it is.confidently .. y; }, \.:.

i pattld,,a* a 'rule, appear to be do- expected that the Apopka exhibit .k Mr.. Summer I ', ,", .
K for the Woods burnKVhas will be something interest i
well season. very SOS Penfleld.. near Clyde. :Ii JI )" .
,, \ already( commenced, and if ing aDd attractive from the fact that i '"
Ave.
(Clyde the 2nd W. ef I
; KB month is not very severe we may all the ,products exhibited were produced ; . . .
KV'for'a; fine coat;.of ,young grass on the high pine land around ;, court' house leading sooth.) !

Kw early,epring.' f ' ', Apopka 'without Irrigation.' -.. This '. .. 1 ;

Ktlcs: .has .not as yet enteredV ,shows -.hat \can... ..be'"done, .here'and; .. '!' " " ' . ..:;.. !( '. +- .
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'PAGE; 12. 'THE .K1SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZ TTE' FRIDAY ,FEBRUAEr: 13, ii.


,' barbecues, and, h. knows' all 'about .. .... 4I. .... .. ........: '

THE KIS8IMM'EECHAUT FLORIDA'SPOPULAR the good '-beef, the delicious: coffee, ' 'ITO PROTECT )'>
UQUA
the hospitality of John Lee and the TALKINGKISSIMMEE *

.... happy<.feeling of all the people 'as 4., 'AND OSCEOLA .COUNTY. .
} soon as they arrive there ,so be is '

j fully capable .of knowing. what a ...... ... ...4....4.. '

What .his ind What Means grand time was had. THE BIRDS

-' ( ', "'. ,.Th, steamer 'returned to, the dock ,The ..Kissimmee. Valley .Gazette( ; '.. .
just about dark, and when the' roll suggest that Osceola' county build a
was called, the vote stood all "ayes" hard road from Kisstmmee to Whittier ..
,'Ever since the first -assembly was [ for tickets will prevail throughout the for another day of the same kind as and on to.the St., Lucle, county

held on the banks of Lake Chautau- "e..Ion. .' GOVERNORAssures soon as Mr. Lee can find time to send line, which would connect up with the OF FLORIDA!
,., qua years ago, the thinking world Full ticket admitting holder to word to his foreman to dig another Fellimere road to Indian river, thus

1\realized' the value of the gather t every session during the; pit and kill two more beeves. providing'for a goo dautoriobilq road 'A

Ing together' special talent' for'the I j week -- _______________*.____3-00 -- from coast to coast, almost on a --
enlightenment of the community. II Admission\ to reserved seats for straight line, as there is a good road $

The idea quickly spread until, within j entire session ______________ 2.00 Ifrom Kissimmee to
That
the brief space of 40 years,: the small ', Ticket for nthool children vntler Confederates of LAST CALLFOR sounds -mighty good, especially Tampa, to the. Will Be Theme of Address

beginning has grown and now over twelve ___ _u ___._n__ 1.00 owners of automobiles. It would 'I,
two thousand Chautauquas are yearly Tickets for children over twelve 1.75 furnish.another Florida attraction to "

held In. various parts of the coun- l-'ull-day ticket for adult, admitting A Hearty WelcomeS tourists.-Ft. Pierce News. TuesdayNight .

try. This year, for the first time a holder H' every session I .
REAL CHAUTAUQUA is to he in I during t 111. lay _ __ _______ ..75Fullday EXHIBITSFOR ,f I
Klasimmce. To our town and county ticket for a child under i "The Gray s tone theater building!' is 'f

F: it means much. It means the bring twt j v(: ___ __ __ _____ .*5 HEARTS OF OUR PEOPLEAKEv f nearly Valley completed Gazette.," says The The Kissimmee EUGENE SW-; NOTED lECT '

ing' Into our midst of twenty-three of Single adinisxion: for day seshion OVERFLOWING WITH building,
its fine, talented people as ever stood - .35Single 'PKIDE THAT THE REVERED FAIR I according to the Gazette contains URER, WILL SPEAK AT AUDI.i' <|
- BIG
not only modern with '
: a theater seating
on the platform. lecturers, travel ,j ; -lul-i-- night session HEROES WILL BE WITH I of TORIUM UNDER AUSPICES -t
lers musicians, readers, all artists in -- __ ____ -0 capacity 800, but has also a '
-
:their respective lines will be here in Ticket admitting, bearer to the en- US TillS YEAR. I,' number of offices, sample rooms, a OF AUDUBON SP'i: .
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.our mtd..t. They will bring the richness tire Hi-Hsion loKi'ther with a seat reservation - I garage, laundry electric light plant CIETY. -
ball!
of their years experiences, and! ran !1)1- purchased for $5.00. Jacksonville, Tla., Feb. 12.-Gov. |I'i I II II and a large room. The place f ,
the results of their life-long-ntudleH. None of the tickets are transferable Park Trammell, Florida's popular | Anything and Everything will be an addition to Kissimmee both W

Thus the Chautauqua becomes to us I with the ('\(-i'ition| of .the reserved and accomplished chief executive has j I :' useful and ornamental.-Times-Un- ,


M uchool condensed! within a week, Keut tic ket.*, which reservation may given out a letter for publication in Ion. There is a rare treat in store fort

;; running over with good things, and I lie used -by' unotlici than the purchaser the newspapers of the South, on the I. the people of Kissimmee. l' '5 1
: calculated to teach, elevate and in- hut the admission tickets 'an not approaching reunion in this city, Desired''I Kiusimmoe now has 'free mail deliv- And it will not cost one cent A'I

ppire those who attend. No event in lie given \\.0 another. May (6 i, 7, 8 of the United Confederate -j ery. There will be two deliveries a After much solicitation on the'VI;
Anyone w ishing additional information Veterans' Association. He assures day in the residence section, and part of Mrs. Minnie Moore Willson &f
p----- riffiiMimg any feature of the the Confederate veterans and their''SOUTHERN:; COLONIZATION:'\ COMPANY three in the business district.-Florida who is known thropghout Florida asij:

Chautauiiia] may secure 'Same by I friends that they will be given a generous ENTERS TWENTYFIVEKKI'AIIATE Advocate.S. one of the birds' best friends* Mr.. f.

('alllll!! <1an, )' member of the committee welcome in Jacksonville, and at : PRODUCTS) Eugene Swope, of Cincinnati, c field fj

I itimposc-d 0'( J. W. Lilly, ather points in the State which they FROM ITS DEMONSTKA- J. Triplet, editor of The Kis- agent of the Audubon Society who l.,'\
\ .Iuhnl'; L.-e, C. E. .lohnnon, and Joe may visit during their .Hta}' in Flor-' Himmee Gazette, announces his candidacy interested in Florida, has been in-'? j
Jfiroiil'i'! nil H. Weidler, who has ida. The governor's letter is as follows TION FARM. for the Legislature. This is duced to come to Kissimmee on Tues-'J1'"

<'hnie i ( of thiilctuils of the work. : I _nCornmib"ioner what the tipsters would call "a sure day night of next week and deliver all
ThoMpurchasing reserved fceat J'hc (;Ov'rnor'.rome.. I| thfng."-Tampa Tribune. lecture in the High School Auditorium. -;*]

tuketma I } "secure thc-ir reservationsul It is simple truth, to afffVrn\ that Swablcy and Secretary .*

I the' IKo-ola Pharmacy Thursday, the hearts or the people of Florida i Thomas aidaily receiving a1'irpre i DOCK) it '! Speaking; of tlu- Mny of our people are taking? }(
\ ('inlay OJ i Saluiday of the week proceeding are overflowing with gratification and number of exhibits for the pay muA'l' interest in this most important;
i / ll h.> ('hautauqua.A ) pride over the fact that the revered fair that opens next Tuesday at Orlando iH'nofit.s !o lie derived from judicious subject especially Misses Vrlginla '<

- -- -- heroes composing the United Confed- 1]' but still they send this their I ads ,'rtisinK. ask Spearmint gum Makinaon and Aiwa Griffin and are'jl
i crate Veterans will hold their annual last plea to the people of Osceola manufacturers if advertising pays. extending every effort to arouse a.

: reunion thi year in our State's me- i ounty to come forward with anything I This company paid $11,000) recentlyfor stronger feeling for the innocent."J
they have whether it bea
,
STATE i tropolis. may birds who bring naught but happiness
I The grand old heroes of the Gray vegetable, a fruit, an ear of corn, a double-page ad in the Saturday nito our lives. ,'',

will meet a magnificent, whole-souled or a piece of some lady's handiwork, Evening: Post, representing the profits The following letter from President i

] reception in Jacksonville and at any or gentleman's either, and place it from the sale of 22,000,000 sticksof Wm. F. Blackman, president of the fY.

other Florida points they may visit. among the exhibits of this county's chewing gum for this ad to appearone I Audubon Society, fully explains the'
If DRAINAGE I I They will be amongst their own. resources and products. work in which Mr. Swope is engaged.:''
timp. 'The Chamberlain Medicine ,
They will be in an atmosphere thoroughly 1 j The largest number of articles and the (rood he is doing. It is hop.. !
1 :Southern; splendidly hospit- from any single person or company, Company has just Bet aside ed a large audience will greet this. ....
able and highly appreciative of the 1 arrived yesterday from the demonstration $7f,0,000 for 1M4! advertising. Docs distinguished speaker. '
honor of having been Helccted as the I farm of the Southern Colonization 1
: ASSOCIATION I' it pay these successful firms whose
reunion city and State. I Company, which entered
goods have h< l'ome household words
: :
and twenty-five separate products, amongwhich
Florida i is rich in romance tradition
y! C. RUCKEU ADAMS t and in the loyalty of her peo-I I was several varieties of grass, throughout,: the land ? Can a duck Mrs.Winter Minnie Haven Moore-Willson, Fla., Jan. 26, 1914.').t:

pie to high ideals and patriotic en- sugar cane, citrus fruits aQd vegetables "wimI'ol kCounty Record.Announcement. I .
I I which will not only add muchto Kissimmee, Florida. j.
.
is of to
recent years more importance. deavors. In proportion populationand
Each day's program will be opened : To Be Organized At Bar- resources, Florida contributed as the success of our exhibit, but will My As Dear Mrs. Willson: !*,;.r
you know, Mr. Eugene
attract attention from fair Swop,
;
by special Bible services, given by generously and as cheerfully in men I every of Cincinnati
is the win-):
t men who have made the Book of and in means to the support of the I visitor, for every specimen is of the in spending ..
ter Florida, as field of th.
best and demonstrates that the southern agent ..
Books their study. The balance of tow March 5 1 Confederate cause as did any of the Florida Audubon
lie
Soceity.
the day will be devoted to study of i other great commonwealth which so part of Osceola county is" the FOR MAYOR.I last month in West spent
Florida and t i
practical! themes, to music entertainment I nobly championed that righteous \ natural home of fruits field crops *
i _. I and vegetables. hereby announce myself as a can- now traversing the East Coast: he ,
,
lectures. One needs but to Florida
I or I 1 struggle. gave many great j I Dozens dozens of didate for the office of Mayor of Kis- expects to be in Kissimmee and St.:". '
glance at the printed to realize to the mighty galaxy of theSouth's upon persons "
names
program
f REASONS SET FORTH IN RESOLUTION Cloud
I I simmee, subject, of course, to the on Tuesday and Wednesday. .
that nothing but the best has 1 matchless heroes, and she have brought one or two articles to ,
WHY STATE DRAINAGE action of the Democratic white pri January 17 and 18. .' *
the headquarters of the commissioners
been crowded into each day. The en- gave a host of brave men of the Mr.
ASSOCIATION IS I in the Willson Broad- mary. II. R. MAY. Swope is an excellent speaker!
building
; on
;. : tire week's sessirlis will be held in ranks who on countless fields rendered and has
a fine collection of
the new Methodist Church. NECESSARY. valorous account of their courage way, which Secretary Thomas at slides st reopti-t'
'. Prof. C. Rucker Adams, who is su- | and patriotism. The creditable part I once labels and forwards them on to I FOR !MAYOR.I con lie -mostly of Florida birds, t

';..: perintendfltit of the Chautauquas atBartow. i which the people of this State took I Mr. Swakey, who is in Orlando putting hereby announce myself as a can- and visits the schools during the'
day, gives
Lakeland and Kissimmee, is WHEREAS, Important problems in support of Southern defense is a I II the exhibits in shape in the didate for the office of Mayor of Kis at night. No charge a stereopticon is made lecture'
ji teacher and platform worker of no relative to the public health and prosperity 1 source of pride to the survivors of space allotted to this county. simmee, subject t6 the action of the to fT admission '
the
email ability. lie i is at the head of' involving the eradication of the great conflict and of veneration I The greatest care will be taken of white primary, and ask the supportof solicits lecture, but Dr. Sn

: the Adam. system of physical training I'', malaria and kindred maladies, the to the younger generation.In all exhibits placed in the hands of the white voters. Audubon memberships in the Flori ui ;
Society both
\. and hat done work along this construction and maintenance of good every community from the Potomac -I Secretary Thomas, who gives his D. R. BLENIS. i at the lectureand
line in various states. roads, the development of waterwaysfor to the Gulf the Confederate personal assurance that they will be < to increase privately. We are very anxious;

. He will, in person, see to the details transportation purposes, the rec- veteran is always an honored and a returned to the owner at the close of I members in greatly the number Of
all
of. the work during Chautauqua lamation of our swamp and overflowed 1 welcome visitor and guest No greater the fair, or sold if desired. FOR MARSHAL AND TAX COL- to parts of the State ao
week and his in this line 1 lIon. C. A. Carson chairman of the as solidify public sentiment in
experience lands for agricultural and tribute could be paid to the endur- LECTOR.I favor of bird '

> extending over many years, assures sanitary purposes, the conservation of I ing ,justice of the principles for transportation committee of the hereby, announce myself as a candidate -J protection. .
..Kissimmee of the very best manage. !' our agricultural resources through which they contended and for the Board of' Trade, has been exerting for re-election to the office of The success of Dr. Swope'a work-

/ ment. I'I the restoration and preservation of magnificent manner In which they every effort during the past two Marshal and Tax Collector of Kissim depends, of course, to a very large

;, Mrs. ,Adan is to have charge ofj i our soil fertility, and other kindred sustained their convictions through weeks to have an extra train run on mee subject, of course, to the action I{ degree, upon the kind of preparation

the '11 o'clock hour each day, and the i problems, now confront us and must the four sternest years of American the Sugar Belt' the night of the 20th, of the white primary. If again )honored j I which Is made in- advance for his:
list of subjects chosen for her discussion : be met by the citizens of Florida, 'history than the unanimous and en- which is Osceola Day at the fair with the office, I will do in the| coming. The lectures should I be ad.
shows that lasting will verdict which will permit people of St. Cloud i vertised in the papers 'and announced
good I during: of commendation and future as I have done in the p0' $t, per-
be derived by those who are in at- andWHEREAS, in the opinion of theI appreciation which has .for half a and Narcoossee to return to Kissimmee form the duties and obey the laws to in the churches and schools; it is well\,.

t tendance. I undersigned, as well as -others who century accorded the glorious patriot on No. 85, and then to their the best of my ability. to have placards placed in the store
The work of Mrs. Adams has homes, and the following' letter windows for a *eek in advance of hi
been are interested in and who have given ism and chivalry of the Confederate I FLOYD TISON. *
1 very highly spoken: of in the cities much thought to the questions Involved soldiers throughout the length and I shows that success has rewarded: his coming; a hall must be secured for '

j where she has participated and her there is an urgent need for a breadth of the Southland they so efforts: the lecture, if possible where electricity "

talks on physical well being will fill State Association or Congress having heroically defended. In Florida the I FOR MARSHALL AND TAX COL- is available for his stereopticon.

t a long. felt want in most of our '; for its objects the study and solution r veterans will find the same cordial Kissimmee, Fla., Feb. 11, 1914. LECTOR.In The women's clubs of the State are
towrm. j I of these problems, and the respect! and unbounded hospitalitywhich Kissimmee Valley Gazette. I co-operating in this movement, in

Perhaps one of the best attractions initiation and prosecution of plans, awaits them at all points in City.Gentlemen announcing myself a candidate several places with much enthusiasm"

in its line will be Roger's Goshen;j: and the diffusion, of knowledge per- the Southland. : \ before the city white primary for the., and success; I venture to ask if yoi

.: Band. Most people have heard bands i j i I taming' thereto and 1 The formality of assuring' a welcome I beg to quote certain passages office of marshal and tax collector of''I I, cannot look after this matter in KlsI -

but there are good bands and bad I,i WHEREAS, the Board of Trade of to the veterans who will attend from a letter just received from the Kissimmee, I desire to say that if I simmee either pe-sonally or through I
.
I ones, and then the medium kind. the city of Barlow, Fla., and the the Jacksonville reunion is quite unnecessary A. C. L railway as follows: "I beg elected I will fill the position without 1 the chairman! of the bird protection

Most bands belong to the latter cata- i!i, Board of Supervisors of the Peace ; but it may be permittedme to advise that we have arranged to fear or favor toward any class of citizens -i committee of the club. Dr. Swope'a

I ,. logu. But Roger's Band is one of I j i Creek Drainage' District, have ex- to say that I shall always consider run a special train from Kissimmee and will uphold the law in every services are costing the society a
the best. There are eight men composing j i, tended an invitation to those interested it one of the most pleasing to St. Cloud and Narcoossee, con- instance, having no enemies to large amount, and I am very greatly
it, and each man is not only to meet in said city of Bartow 'and gratifying events occurring dur- necting with the train No. 86 on 'I punish or friends to serve. I' concerned to have them meet with a

an artist as a player 'in the band but ( for the "purpose of effecting such organization ing my term of office as governor/ February 20th, to take care of the i I FRANK W. PITTMAN. ,good degree of success everywhere:, ,
Is likewise a soloist. No doubt II ; I that I shall be privileged to bid vete- people from St. Cloud and Narcoonsee I! I should be a thousand times obliged

t_ these men will be listened to with ; NOW, THEREFORE the I' rajis of the Confederacy from all j, section who desire to attend the MidWinter to you if you would undertake to push

marked interest by those who attend lo hereby call, we a, meeting undersigned -, sections welcome as the guests of the j j Fair on that date. I am getting I the matter through in your tcwn;I'

the sessions. I to he convened in the of Bartow warm-hearted people of this great I I' out a special advertising mat- HOME BAKED ANGEL'FOOD I am sure tKat it will be a success if,
city
"Another charming feature of the I Fla. the State. ter covering this special train and CAKE it has you behind it with your Ability/
6th
i I on day of March, 1914
-!; .. program will be Madam Lydia I IMountfordT at 10 PARK TRAMMELL I will forward supplies to Kissimmee and enthusiasm. ''\
a. nv, to be composed of and p"
the fluent Holy Land participated i in by all those who Governor of Florida. and St. Cloud. We sincerely trust and also MAYONAISE DRESSINGAll I have written to the principal of

-?,k lecturer. Madam Mountford was interested in the solution of are the I that, t.he. business! ,:. nd.1ett by_ this Orders Given Prompt Attention the High School, Prof. R. M. Evans;
'I born in Jerusalem, and is thoroughly aforesaid problems and the special traIn win amply justify its and to Supt. W. J. Sears, asking'
acquainted with customs and practices of the various resources development of theState METHODIST 'CUE I operation, that if similar service is their co-operation. ,.
of the Orient. desired in the future
our
manage- I that Dr.
of Florida, well the SATISFACTIONnGUARANTEED.GIVE presume Swope will;
as as improvement -''
She ha appeared many time I meet will raise no objections to furnishing communicate with
; of the health and you himself if
public you,,
"
throughout: the.. North and East before welfare (j-cnerally, for the purpose of WAS BIG SUCCESS it. ME A TRIAL ORDER I wish to reach him by letter, he willr-
vast audi cen and the universal oprfectinn a state-wide You will see that this will accommodate be in West Palm Beach, general d...'.*
organization
verdict<< has be-n that she is a master having for its object and the those who attend the Orlando Respectfully: livery January 31 to February S. 'vf"-,
; z'c' in her line. No one1 can afford to solution purposes fair on Osceola County Day. It Thanking in advance
for
of (the said you yonrjV
miss this rare treat. the !study and dltTuof: problems knowledge, and 1 I ( Continued from Page: One.) seems that it is up to our peoplenow MRS. J. C. ROGERS help and with warm personal greet '
Among the important Hiblelecturers to provide l
more relative to matters that a large attendance ings, I' remain ,
.- ,, of the present day in Rev. may proper-I|i ;'from St. Cloud and Narcoossee and DAVENPORT FLA.
li Very sincerely |
and
ly be brought' before such an organi- grove, no let-up on the part of I yours, 't
James D. Gwaltney, D. P.. of Winchester zation. I I the smallest youngster in the crowd | intermediate points on that day as w. F. BLACKMAN-; ? ,
'
Ky., 'who will deliver hisS 1 I they have, a facility for getting homeon
\,.. studies At the said l meeting' it is desired until hundreds of oranges and grape- the arrival .
as only .hp can. fruit had been stored of the 7:15 train on - ------ --; -- ---- e
that an organization be perfected and : carefully away. the night of _
an entertaining speaker. Mrs. Ida the 20th.
The
I I Southport is known far
B. Cole, who is Field Secretary of the a constitution adopted, and such oth. wide grove Yours truly,
and as one of the finest in Florida NtXT
or steps taken in the
Mother" Movement premises as pRESER\lf
Chautauqua will\ C. A. CARSON.
.
and the who it--.Jno.
>j be deemed man owns
also be on the program. 1.1"1Cole\ may proper and expedient. I\A SUBJECT
M. Lee-is fine the .
just
i l will conduct the Chautauqua Roundtable All persons who are interested are as as grove.it
4 I invited and urgently requested to attend was a' great sight and one to be j ADVERTISED LETTERS. THIS MO 7 A
. ,. a charming method wed in every said seen only at Southport. '
4 up-to-date meeting.A .
Chautauquu Her But the eating of fruit FOR
Another feature short but was onlya j I Remaining in the LEG
which will he interesting interesting program of the Postoffice! at Kissimmee -
( part play. There two
were
are the little womf'n, Misses, will !hto prepared and given to the immense beeves to eat that had been Uncalled! For, ,. !
Lucy: aM Sara Adams. These ladies press in due time, and persons of na- barbecued ;;
; tinnal to the Queen's taste. and Advertised list for the week end-
t.t work will be exceedingly interesting reputation and who '
are recognized the that : MUTTON
"went to it =
way party
Is 1 and instructive. authority on questions involved would have ;thought they had, one thg February 23, 1914: REf SINLOIM ROAST '

... are lese than four feet in heighth, and This will be present. tasted food for a week. One man not in 'Allen. John.Aldarman. Howard. Ulch- JL_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _706_ _ 4 ,-
,, they give a varied of February 3rd. 1914. Hen-
.1' program: great telling of $;he trip to the writer declared mono ,
I. worth. Geo. W. Oliver Member Executive drlx. Jackson Miss H. '
; Thus might be mentioned artist CommittM. National Drainage Congress. he ate fully ten pounds of I Averill, Glen V.Andenon. More. Mrs. Badte. SIRLOIN ROAST .. .
beef and 'steen and he '
oranges was l'"red.Minn.. Rev. J. w. ,
after artist, each .. specialist, who not the champion eater of the crowd Arnold. Frank. McCool. Mrs. Next to' the Tenderloin! considered the Finest Part pf the Beef. '
will be on the program during the R. C. ilatton. Mayor of the City of by a long ways. lie .said, the meat Boatrlftit. 1.ee. Linda SaaLRoteerson ,,
week. I Bartow, and Honorary Vice-Presi Hlount. C. \V.IfOBtOn. Ueo.Rlvcom HOW TO CARVE *
1 ,, Arrangements have been made by dent, National Drainage Congress. was ao thoroughly cooked so tender Miss Ed. The bone B D shown
k ; and juicy and in such to as above should be removed bere '
) everyone a Alice. roasting.
Melluiih Mylvester. T. J.WMlojr. ,
-which the people of St. Cloud may & Broyhill, Chief Engineers frame of The below this bone is the
m.ind that R. B. 'part
\s: .Tof the night'aessions Peace Creek jolly even Johnnie Brown c D."Y. tenderloin that above. the sirloin PartJ;
< 'enjoy' som as Drainage Dis Mrs. ,
Rockefeller Carter
t would have Ward.tl. Mrs.
L trict.. passed Carve by passing the knife firmly. dear down- the
."three.special train. will be run durin* his plate for another Marl' Carrie length of the side.beginning /' '.
j'i ", "' ,the:week, one each on Monday,' WedrtesdayrVand !IT. W. Gary, President Board of time "help" the tenth bl..rk, Overdon. Wrlrht. U.-.. BWilliams ; at A :and cutting through; to I I. in long even thin slices :
: ,t. t'. : Friday nights. T>. Trade, Bartow, Fla. Clark, D. C. Mrs. .
. The writing of storie \ Southport . .
E. L. Mack I nrmrton. Btlaa.Harriot Bmdle.Qulnton.. .
baa been. Secretary Board
placed
-reundtip.tar. at o'f '
"
barbecues . ,
ia aft old thing with'the" B b.Hlnton Mrs. \ "
4:: ,'' ,: '25c''so' taovTone can find fault about...Supervisors Peace Creek Drainage 'editor. He began ,the Job: five ., kits* Geo.Msr1e "/, 'A**** Oar Lo.Jeit l ...., are Ov Teader R.,,ts <'ir

i 1'< '1. '. 4th..cest."' The train will perhaplj'!'!District: ; etc,, etc., --etc._ years ago r and lie-lior.es' to keep" at r N . Af co *':, %.(;, ': "'1 .,
.' \ :leave, St. ', lovad -,about; 830; ; '! *- .. -Tz.; .,. v".r., .. ..... it.: until the .end..for.:it is about ,the !f /.AlIyeMI"et'tlt. r'th* w..k' ending ,, i4v I
h.-. 1 'retorrii 1mmedl. .IY' evenJj -to : No
uoscnoa tor1 most ypleasan!! *' task that comes' hisHhas B"B.'SIKPSON., ; . ,, ., .,717 BrvaJway' !
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