Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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 Material Information
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 20, 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: VID00634
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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g and peaceful slumbers and'
absolute docility, and having then'placed 1 ,
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his mysterious and warlike paraphernalia .
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Friday night and these being
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f I Castle Hall In large numbers to partake ;

I RESIDENCE OF J. W. WILDER 401 MABBETTE STREET .[ of the hospitality of those in'
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,, HAVE With H. E. Swabey' and : LOTS BEING |spacious''of beauty'Pythian peace and hall restfulness waa tastefully The -+

[;decorate 'with choice cut flowers #
y. A. E. Thomas Helm 'potted, plants, forest greens and, la.termingled E
at throughout were the blue
THEIRPOLLJAXES RAPIDLY yellow: and red color of Pythlanlim. '
; (Large banners of welcome floated f
Kf t from the center of the hall". and
TO WIN EVERY PRIZE AT FAIR HAND.
IS BOUND
OSCEOLA '
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Pythian flags waved In every corner.'. (tt
SOME BOOKLET PRINTED BY VALLEY GAZETTE ATTRACTING TAKENUP Th visitors were arranged in a large'circle r"
around the room while in; the .rot
MUCH. ATTENTION. I 'center stood the altar with the, emI -
f' I I I blem of the order thereon. Th, Xlsslmmee -
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I i 'High School orchestra, composed -'
I of seventeen occupied
> Are Entitled To VoteIn 4 0044440444400400044* of Osceola what county.we are really'. doing down in In Thurman City By Wintei 1. one charming corner music of I the throughout hall pieces and' the dispensed event t

FOR Never In the of Florida has
< PROGRAM history
i' ing. It was about 8:30 when Chancellor -
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0OSCEOLA COUNTY DAY. an exhibit been gotten together that '
Commander W. L. Paulk'&: rapped
City Election !a 4 would even compare with that sent to | Tourists { the 1l
;for order and formally opened
hi 11 a. m.-Speaking in the 4 Orlando by Osceola county. The display ;exercises. ..
grand stand by Hon. Park Tram- in general is a wonder to be- I -
I* melt governor of Florida; Hon. hold and is the center of attractionfor 'IN SHORT TIME CUT PRICES Oh r,1 f In. few brief words, ?he 'outlinedthe
TWO SEEK TO FILL THE < C. A. Carson of Kissimmee, i every visitor who in unison pro- purpose of the occasion. Fifty
subject: "Osceola Mrs. nounce it by far the best on exhibition -i LOTS AND FIVE-ACRE TRACTS years ago the Knights of 'Pythias.
CHAIR, BUT' FOUR CountY"J' 4 order was founded, and, today in d
II 4 C. S. Cooper, of subject The work of securing these 1 WILL BE DISCONTINUED
OUT FOR THE MAR. O : "St. Cloud"; Hon. C. E. *, items was no small task. It was begun Washington, D C., the Gold.n Jubi-,
Rose, of Tallahassee, subject: +i some time ago and was vigorously 1 AND FORMER PRICES lee is being held while 'throughout
fw"A SHAL'S DOLL, "Sugar Cane"; Col. John Me- carried on to actual realiza RESTORED. I the vast domain;of.the lodge every .
I+ Elroy representing Veterans' *1 tion. These articles on exhibition are Castle is simultaneously'with-, xa
: Association subject "A United *1 only samples of what we grow and other Castle holding open heuse.- ThIUl''tully'
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number 'men who *, North and South." *, raise here in Osceola county, and .we ii 8,000 lodges at that moment
i' the small of I During the past week many lots t'Iwere\\ similar exercises and
poll tax- and are entitled I,* The Kissimmee orchestra will +! have plenty more at home .of the Thurman City hare been sold most.nearly! holding 716,000( ( members' of, the '
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/ ; in the election for city offi I,* be' present and furnish the music -*,' same size' ,beauty and quality Jy to i people I who desire to spend thi.1 interested In this' 't t
would appear that Kissim- ,,* and the fife and drum corps 4 The live stock exhibit is one thatthe winter months in this magnificen 'Pythianorder were t
O of St. Cloud, will escort the G. only about twenty-five hun- county'is justly proud climate, and ere another Decembe|.f ibUee. better frs ,
to
secure a
< A. R. delegation from St. Cloud. > is represented mostly cows and sheep.
+ when the fact ia I 1 rolls around there will be -score o:r srnal this occasioa'br .
of ,!* Representatives from the Kis- Ot Aside from this'Mr. C. E. Swope ofKissimmee t feeling, by -
a very few short five beautiful bungalows (dotted alonjI r the ,
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tween outside world! and orJ J i
s in this < simmee and St. Cloud public 4 entered five head of .
\ bona fide residents 1 the shore of Lake Tohopekaligi'' of :
der and to the principals
city. < schools will participate in the. I Welsch ponies in a tent hear the east I|in the limits of Kissi mmee's delight- the order to present those who- L
were'presents
'- < spelling contest. < entrance of the exhibition building.Mr. ih'Aft
L only way in which this seem-:1[ I fat suburb. r the opening words' of ""the. ,
The usual races and aeroplane 4 Swope has a stock farm for the "
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t[ can be accounted for When these lots were first place I )Chancellor commands,1'the orchestra ,{
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flight breeding ponies near on the market the people looked I i I i
part of our people Is that very Kissim- 'I t played a delightful selection.. Prayer. (
4 Exhibition riding by simmee. "
I little sidewise and passed them '. -'
is being taken in the by was then offered after which Hon. Hi
'* > The Carson Cattle has { 1
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mee Cqmpany thinking the figure was a mite high I ( '
the people generally car- ; L Clay Stanford spoke the words of f 1'
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<> Baseball exhibition of .thoroughbredPolled
game. on a pair but when they leraned that Harr.,
who fills the offices of 4 cwlcomo, telling those present of th.J, \
Osceola live stock exhibit. 1 Angus-heifer and bull-which
and marshal, while as yet none Thurman was building streets, laying pleasure afforded the.order by their: .t
'COsceola day. > have attracted little attention ofI
press I no out parks and in mak'
to sacrifice themselves, every way :visit, and hoping that the principal i Jof
visitors. Besides these mentioned
I I the ing Thurmn City a thing of beauty'
\ job of aldermen. > the order might become nation;
4044444444444444040Today there are any number of othersa they began to take interest, with th,B 1 wide.
the place of chief executive, Y.
I carload to be which makes ,
exact a ,
result that when they learned th .
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a R. Blenis and Mr. H. R. May colossal stock exhibit and by far J. M. Gardner followed with\ a\ S ...
of lots had been reduced the
prices
is Osceola County Day at ;
and each has friends that ftof ;
the ;
j rpefech concerning early struggles'
excels all other entries.
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and carnival f oc\ced\ to the ticket window am.
mid-winter fair
Kissimmee-'s social and bus- the great the local Cattle of the disc'
B. has exhibit telling 1touraging : ;
I Mr S. Aultman an deed;;
I at Orlando and it is useless to (passed, in their coin for. a to i i a .
fair representa- '
are periods through which theyinfant
in the machinery hall-is showing the ,,
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of ground.And
that it will be the banner day plat '
their ambition to fill, say 1 order had /
I I this I latest models of the celebrated Car. the sale has been so great pasted nearly fifty; '
the week. Large crowds from
other one should get out of hav- l tercar, which he is agent for. While that Mr. Thurman feels. justified in I(years ago, and then comparing the, j.
in attendance
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county are many
while the getting is good I I this is hot an Osceola product yet it this present prosperity>> of the membership \"
out cut rate in ;I
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1 ing Tuesday to spend the entire shutting price
k be left too far behind to gone week up while others have gone I shows the progressive spirit that short time so all who desire to get and predicting better things for the 'tr?
the dust. of PrinciW
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future. The
dominates the business element of "
from time to time until today Osceola |in on the ground floor and annex a a ""
I must be some real juicy has about the smallest population Kissimmee, which is being commented I i piece of the best dirt in Florida in pals was then proclaimed by Vice-i ,
somewhere around the mar all sides. Chancellor Commander Lewis O'Brien, *sHe
on on of the and healthiest
(temporarily, of course), she has had {one prettiest
tax collector job, for four This first The work of getting together this 'localities on earth had best get a briefly told the story of the r.t ;,
out after it-Floyd Tison, F. in many in moons.the mid-winter being exhibition our exhibit was no small job. It required hustle and call oil Mr. Thurman at markable friendship of Damon and: A
( T. S. Johnson and J. J. entry everybody has been pulling together great sacrifice on the part of the the Graystone who will be delighted Pythias and told of the fundamental'principals }
)! and each makes the positive since the movement to have an exhibit splendid gentlemen and ladies who to I show them the plan of Thurman of Friendship, Charity ancl's: ;,
that he will be the one to exhibi- were given the task. They have I i City and outline the improvements I i Benevolence on which, the order' Is, .T'.
was begun put on an '
j regulate the unruly citizens tion that would do justice to the worked untiringly for the success of that have been and will be made founded- ? KX'J;'
the during the have done work exercise& ,**/5j
cows spirit of the county--and that we the exhibit and a there. During this period of the ..
months. have accomplished this undertaking that they will be remembered for I! the blue, y.llow.nd red lights which, ',. '
., 1 Gilbert fo; clerk and J. Z. no one will dispute who has visited many years to come. Among them I I clustered about the altar in the center ;".
for treasurer appear to the fair and viewed our are: Messrs. A. E. Thomas secre- I of the hall were one by' one turned ;;
I;' ;{ cinch on holding their jobs for I display of citrus fruits, agricultural magnificent tary; H. E. Swabey, E. L. Lesley and ; BOOKS WILL >' on. The blue stood for friendshipVi 11;.
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year. as they have for many products, live stock domestic arts the yellow for charity and the red for ,,It
i : . So far none have come and poultry which is physical proof f (Continued on Page Ten.) OPEN MARCH 1' benevolence. .While this .. J,
to do them battle for the po-I part of the program was being,car J:t.i;
4' and from indications none -- vied out the orchestra played softly; f;',
4, I I i lending enchantment to the occ..ion.r., .
I are two members of the ) The subscription books for stock in Rev. Ai J. Holt, pastor of the Bap.I ./ < ,'
'I'( whose terms expire in April II. the Graystone Hotel Company will I I tist Church was then called on for' s
I Rush and C. E. Yowell-I. open on March 1, and it is possible I I Ian address ok fraternalism. lie waslistened 'T
that practically the entire amount will
to with interest by all presetent
the time none have x
to present is Trade be subscribed before the end of the His recital of the stirring times,, .
; I txi fill their places, and it ; The Board of month. .z,
1 I If they desire to sue- on the frontier among the Indians (
The position of I This company the articles of incorporation was dramatic and hie story of, th*, ",.
9 I'I is the most important in of which appear in this friendship of those men of the: .West';' I : administration, and our peo Meets Monday Night issue of the Valley Gazette is comI to the point. illustrating the,..
; sea to it that only men post (I posed of Harry W. Thurman W. B. beauty of fraternalism among men. ;'V:,ji
'Makinson. R. D. Porter C. A. Carson *
: of superior business sense After another orchestral selection,''
t be elected. Kissimmee isnow ,Jos. Thurman, Arthur E. Donegan'and the program...pronolln ed c:1oaecI.-:0: iy.:
r city- and the work of the coun The Board .f Trade will meet ia regular session Moaday P. A. Vans Agnew all ;strongmen The ladies bad prepared elaborately
the coming year will be sigh, when'Commisaiover Swabey will Make kit report of the I in the business world. The property refreshments'and while..the -gneste'''
of this
4 ; part Pceela. ,CeuUy:played at the aW-_tar fair,.A* will .... |i Hotel company and theater includes and theGrayatoD. all chatted women< pleasantly brought on"together the feast., the' goad Two,;;'f.I'

t ":.. t the comaittea appointed,'to lay oat a, c..... .. week for tilt "the ground'north'of tM railroad-- si courses were served,, the first' cone):
andU Mrs. Andre, van del. Board daring tko MtJag ,..... 'It b aopfd that,the .fall ac.- I i'valuable as any In the- cit,. V I' sisting of salad: sandwich.' piddes.iV;}
will leave .Monday 'in their ,. As"this Is a distinctly .Klssunmee. Olives and ersck.rs: while the second fcourse ,
f benkip.wiO: .I*;....... at tfco aM.,.;4. ? I enterprise -
.. it should not be.
Tampa "to attend Win. J necessary: consisted of coffee cream macaroons ;
& 1 ] lector on Wednesday. Mr. S. J. TRIPLETT. Ito go out of the city'to sell a share and cake.,' Th balance of the/I ., ,,
r M..nch.Invited Mr C. F. JOHNSON, .......t. of the capital stock which. Is placed evening was givenover: to friendly' in.,;' -;;jtereonrse
to'spend a 'few days with him Secretary. 'at .200000., The 'Gra,stone U.. the among,thos present and. .)." j
:3 .hopes to lie able to bring pride of our city' and ft.would be Ant>> most delightfuflioor was apeatt; ; //jJ 7 7l
: : in .thelcar.\ .Win.: 'J." Burn I of keeping with the general order of Much,,credit is du*,the local.8odg ; '
; "' the:; greatest. detective I "':;r 7 '. .. >'. "'.,;. : things did foreigner;* control>'any ,,_ w>

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from any standpoint : : : T :jI' 1 1M .
I t.t..n" ALL' pe all, among, our Otse tPRAOTI'C'E.WHAT'
.Th ere has been four solid -,"
cattle Shipped from KIs- .
the past few months bo-
carloads few.. days .- I
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DID LIKE East Coast they YOU '

. several. "In. cars trainload.of straw, are not .., -Don't' Forget, : '" ; Don't. Forget!." "

,e being ., each day .. ", ,-
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looks better, and, of PREACH II "
help but improve in ap- L .. Don't Forget
a linotype, Kissimmee -- .
,.'. : rapidly and' Is bound f. ____ 4 --.. ..:... -. ,
the best towns In Flor

.Population Would is beautiful.happy.Climate' Come is, Should Be Motto of Board The Sale ,

me prove to you that I Tag

Within a Year the Union. of r Trade

Yours truly, I j .
t'' J. I D. WOODBECK. .
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Saturday Night
WRITES HIS ,OLD HOME -."- I AS WELL AS BUSINESS MEN .
THAT WEATHER HERE OffERS | WHEN ADVOCATING PATRONIZING :
BEAUTIFUL, CLIMATE I HOME CON. .
f,, GRAND AND EVERYBODY i INDUCEMENTS i I CERNS. JN BUYING

HAPPY. I I I I GOODS.- 'C. A.' COLE

There are many ways of b.> ; : TEACHERS: TO AT- The following timely editorial appeared -
rr your town, and one of the ... SPRING TERM BE- in ih and most successful is the writing Wednesday, and is respectfully calledto : .,..
MARCH 25.
letters to papers in the North I I the attention of our business men
West telling of our magnificent it I, and Board of Trade, as well as the JEWELER and OPTOMETRIST .. V"
,; mate /splendid( health records and: years Stetson has led county and city officials: l
t pitable peip'o. ( preparing Florida school I "The Tribune recently commentedin .. '
Some of our people are ten years Stetson has I a favorable way on 6 criticism of \ ,' .
n harping'that our city and country teachers the months of certain Florida officials made by the ,
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i not growing in population fast en.> at the university be- Jacksonville Metropolis because they .'t.;
and that something should be done : 1 were alleged to have been letting con- II '
f let the world know of our superior I its loyalty to the State, tracts for the State and county print- ''J :
vantages, but !'t never occurs to same this year. The I ing to foreign! concerns. .
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to dig down foe..a five-spot to )pay: work will be begun "A subscriber inquires if the same - -
printed matter cr to write a letter will run nine weeks.I criticisms may not be directed to the I.o the contrary. Half a dozen other I LIBRARY NOTES. Husband by Corra Harris: "The- "
4 ,, come newspaper or friend in a be accepted at any time Boards of Trade and business houses printers of Florida have done work I Goose Girl," by McGrath; "The Dark :"
state telling of the wonders of of the time. Send for of Florida which have their booklets) almost if not quite as good. I New books just added to the Kis- Flower," by John Galsworthy; "Mak-
U.' TInee\ and Osceola! county, either will explain ex- and catalogues, printed outside of the I "Nor is it any longer necessary to simmee Library at the Chapter Houseare ing Over Martha"-sequel to "Marthaby
I which acts would do more to build the review work, the : State. We are decidedly of the opinion employ foreign talent in the prepara- : "The Harvester" and "Laddie," the Day," by Lippman.
i our population than would a \(' to teach. I DAd that it may, and should be. t,ion of the matter for a booklet 'or both by Gene Stratton Porter; "The More books were given out last L
gabefct on Broadway. ; University, DeLand, I "It would be false modesty for the (catalogue, in order to secure the serv- Iron Trail. by Rex Beach; "Story of week in the library than in anyone
But J. D. Woodbeck'who came Tribune to decline an expression in i ces of experts, the need of which Witastill baxter," by Kate Dougla week before. Our citizens and visi- w
a fe wyears ago from Michigan, the premises simply because it owns j 'ormerly led many Florida firms to Wiggin; "Lery In the Wilderness," tors are appreciating the convenience -
is now a member of the and operates a booklet and catalogue ward their printing contracts to by Mary E. Waller; "Little Thank : and value of having access to adW
;, Co., does not belong to that class, OF FIGS" printing plant. While this is kept J Northern houses. Some of the most You," by O'Conner; "Eve's Second the good and late fiction of the year
A is a real dyed-in-the-wool, reasonably and profitably busy, the i I expert; advertising and cataloguenen
r eel booster, as the following from CHILD I Tribune does not in any degree depend : of the country are now locatedn :
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I Unio nof Otsego, Mich., will II upon it. 'j i Florida and their services are - p- ,:
f; b Another la i I! I ivailable. In fact ink
County Heard From. "This matter of buying away from aside from V.
We thought when W. J. Laxative" can't harm home that which can be secured of and paper, Florida can supply everything -
{ wrote us recently about the little Stomach, liver I local houses affects every interest of i t ta : required in the production of (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium) .. ;()
of oranges from California that and bowels. community. In the end the owners ,, I booklets of the highest type. Powerful Permanent iV
would soon hear from our old of printing plants get no more out of"! "Our subscriber thinks it might bea Prompt ,
'I. J.: Woodbeck, who is an I the tongue, mother! If 'the work done by these than the grocer I good thing if the citizens of Flor- It* beneficial ..- Stubborn caw Good reuU are ;:
i. j booster for the South. We were little on.'" stomach liver | .. and butchers and others who are i da should make it a rule to buy of feet an uiutllr yield to P. P. P. luting.-it cnrwUlt ii.,.
disappointed, and here is i the need I cleansing' at once. i patronized by the employees. ]Florida" houses which sell their goods Terr quickly -CUM.wb.notbermedrn are uoeleu* you to*t&y cured aw
.. followed by the clipping from the l cross listless, doesn't "As the Metropolis editorial pointI I jy catalogue only when these have '
cette he refers to: act naturally, or Is fever- ed out, there was a time when high heir: printing done within the State. .
t Kissimmee, Fla., Feb. 2, 19a.Geore sour, breath bad ; has class printing could not be secured in Whatever the result of the determination P. P. P.
R Brown, Otsego, Mich.: diarrhoea, full of cold give Florida but this condition no longer l' to do this, undoubtedly there ;.
Friend Gl'Orge-Notice! in of "California Syrup of I exists. There is before the writer at i s room for the exercise in the prernses :;.'
week's Union a local from J. W. a few hours all the foul I the moment the catalogue of Reason-I of a much greater degree of Mates rich, red, pure blood-cleanses the entire
I ers' letter from California about waste, undigested food' er Brothers, the Manatee county, State pride than has been in evidence. system-clears the brain-strengthens digestion and nerves. ;1,
r, large shipments of oranges. Am gently moves out of Its nurserymen, made by the E. 0.1 M(jive the printers of Florida the work A positive specific for Blood Poison and skin diseases. i
closing ,or rather am sending you without griping and you Painter Printing Company, of De- t;hat has been going out of the State I' t
Pain Malaria
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Drives Rheumatism and ends
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tier separate,cover.a a copy of the playful child again Ask Land; the booklet of the Fort Meade and they will not only equal it in I out ; ; \
i.i wonderful tonic and Thousands endorse it.
t ..cette, which prints a report on for a co-cent( bottle of Board of Trade, printed by the .Rec quality at more reasonable prices but : a body-builder. 3
ber of cars of oranges and of Figs," which con ord Press, of St. Augustine, and The t.heir plants will become more important :' F. V. LIPPMAN C0 ra SAVANNAH, GA:' ,
,shipped each week. We don't for Fables chil- Tribune Year Book, produced by our i I factors in the general development D te ..
to go on record that California and for grown-ups. own plant, which are ample evidence J I of the commonwealth."
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t. SEVENTY widely distributed, going to many HE$3&SOME$ [ duty to the community only or 1 1.
markets that practically have been'' ; mainly when this duty' sis Impressed & ''''t..;."
unknown heretofore. The large mar 1 I through his pocketbook. If he
kets are util )receiving' quantities of can be made to nee that he is likely to
fruit. Many small ritien, particularly I lose money through. a neglect of such .
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f PER CENT in the East and South are' getting alEtwS ;ffiJJMGEORGIA public duty, he promptly becomes ..,
I shipments .by carload while in former most patriotic. But he' has to bej I t -
\ yearn the movement almost entirely I shown first, sometimes by argument!
was limited to a few boxeR more often by actual: and bitter ex-
f Complaints come in from almost every periences. The law has been invoked I;,
SOLD JAN.vs
: JS large Southern market of the' under certain conditions and .
j; I cullrt\ that are shipped to them' which I in some localities to compel vaccnatlOD. \ ; ;
materially' effect the sale of good'' More often public sentiment' .
t fruit. Many of the, receiver' declare must be the motive power. I s
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that in another year they will refuseto Epidemics have come to different i
lr ,Dyer 14pmars Florida accept shipments of culls and poor Because His Sweetheart Florida communities. The first diagnoaell ,' J'e

., fluit and if they cannot get good and announced case has been : w
4" stuff will KO without the signal. for crowding: the offices of \ ;
i Fruit Gone ;Has SmallpoxYOUNG the local doctors by anxious and fear- i'
individuals. Others trust
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Horticultural Committee" to Meet. I ;
the disease wont reach them and still I
.l -- Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 13.-The others deny the efficacy of vaccination /

, E CONSERVATIVE ESTIMATES committee of the Florida Horticultural MAN IS QUARANTINEDAT and'they' usually' help to spread :
PLACE SUPPLY OF GRAPEFRUIT Society will hold the next annual I the disease. I TIME i c
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$ meeting May 6 i to 8 at Palatka.H. Florida is particularly exposed to J _
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:' : Harold Hume, of Glen St. Mary, CALLS-MAKE BEST OF the diseasevfor the reason that in the
,;i: ONLY 15 TO 20 PERt is the president of the organization. MATTER BY MARRY winter seasons the State is crowdedby 'i 'r S
CENT OF CROP. The late E. (). Painter was a year ING. travelers from more widely scattered -
ago the Rel'retary'of the society. I sections probably than any oth- '
d Sirice then, W. S. Hart, the treasurer, er state in the Union.. Not many .
Florida citrus shipments: %
: f has been attending to many of the Here's some news from Georgia. weeks ago the porter officiating in a
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Cars moved last week_______ G58 -JULY f
J, Cars moved week before last._ 593 I| details of the organization from' hisI "When A. X. Johnson, a prominent crowded through sleeper from the! I ,
I home at Hawks Park. from arrived "with the goods"a "
Total cars moved to last Saturday young man Waycross, North! was caught .
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_______14,105 The executive committee is composed here yesterday to call on his sweet- well defined .case of smallpox. I I Y
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J, of Prof. P. H. Rolfs of Gainesville heartj, Miss Bertha Brown he did not The resulting "panic" was confined to
t i ; E. S. Hubbard. of Federal know that he would be held in quar- the few passengers who admitted Growers 1 /'
:i' Jacksonville. Tit.- Feb. 13.-It is Point, and George. L. Taber of Glen antine. While he was at the house, they had not been vaccinated, and Citrus r
estimated that about 70 per cent oft St. Mary. At the annual meeting in the young woman's\ case was diag- their first business on arriving. in ,.f
the citrus fruit crop has moved to Palatka it is the plan of the societyto nosed as smallpox by the physicianand Jacksonville was to hunt a doctor's Our new Spring Citrus Book entitled BE ON TIMERS pow' t y ';
market. There probably is only established. .
-/ awaken still greater interest in quarantine was office.A
'r about 15 to 20 per cent of the .grapefruit the work of the body.It "Johnson and Miss Brown made conductor on a much-traveled It tells what fertilizer to use, how much when to apply* and.idI di..
left in the State, says The Packer. the best OT it. -Tljjy decided to have Florida route went over his run for ether valuable points on grove management.. 1. '. r

er. The movement of citrus fruit is said that the cross-state rail- the wedding ceremony performed at four days, his face covered with an jl Send for copy and also for our leaflets Add Soil. and' LlIts ..wt t' ,
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last week was 658 cars and the total once. Rev. A. Q. Smith was summoned eruption. He was taken from his a
Forms and Effects.WILSON
:S.,, movement for the season to February road from Tampa to Fort Lauderdale to the porch and he performedthe train with a genuine case of small
7, was 14,105 cars. is assured and that conlltructio work marriage ceremony at a safe distance pox, having exposed four hundred & TOOMER FERTILIZER, ':0.
:J l This week was ushered in with another will begin by March I, Pity some one ," five hundred persons to tho .disease.He ; ,.'
Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers
; cold snap which will materially couldn't see the advisability of build- I This is an exact copy of the dispatch was entirely innocent of inten- ,
"i benefit the citrus crop particularly that appeared in the papers, excepting tional offense but it might have been ;
ing the short 'link to con- I JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
necessary
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the carrying qualities. Complaints
that the names of places and avoided if he had been vaccinated. I
.!: had begun' to come in regarding. more, nect the East Coast at Cocoa with people have been changed for obvious These are but samples of many -
or less decay from different points Kissimmee or Orlando. At present reasons. It gives some important similar happenings.. And Florida is "
,;!. during the ten days or two weeks Tampa had as well be in another facts; it omits some and leaves some I no worse than most of the other -- . .
previous to this cold snap. Most ol state as far as business InterCourse others to be inferred. It does not states, fo rhuman nature is very f
any
)1 the shipments this week are movingunder1
tell us whether Mr. Johnson had been much alike everywhere.
,ij t ventilation and i it., Is a notice is .concerned.-Florida Star, vaccinated but it makes it certain Many instances are on record in -

.. ._ that the bride and the minister had Florida in which ignorance of the ,
t .. n. not been. Jf the .groom had been,r, nature of the disease has been the
mI that' fact might, detract a bit from starting of continual epidemics; fail ; ;
his seemig heroism through his immunity ure to report known cases >in ordert

I to the disease.If oavoVd quarantine, has been the beginning .,. 'ti,. -
the Reverend Mr. Smith had had of others, although such con- &Y9---
this protection, he would not have, cealment is made r. misdemeanor under < .
O BEWARE tance" out on the porch, while per-. The important question in Florida, 41 I r t as..'
forming his clerical duty. It would I as elsewhere, is that of the prevention e s
f not have been necessary for him to, of the disense Quarintine is t O
ofa raise his voice so that it could be, but a feeble and uncertain weapon ,l.i Wi'b
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heard across the porch and throughthe I In the fight.. The only sure unfaUI i .
open windows of Miss Brown'I 1ng armor is vaccination.
sick room. One is tempted to wonder With the possibilities of exposure e
::1 a Bubhle Sales. if he might not have employed i I, to smallpox at any time and under
the telephone and rendered his safety! unex acted conditions it is the per- kI -ri'V '
I still more sure. Still greater is the ,renal duty of every grown-up in (nfl
wonder why he hadn't been vaccinated flo.'da; to make himself immune. It
,! long "before, so that he might go sn't asking. a large sacrifice of any
about the community in safety to ror' the benefit of the public, and ifby
. :{' himself and others to administer to some mysterious turn of conditions s i '.
-", the spiritual and other pressing. and circumstances any person '
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(; needs of his flock. finds himself in undisputed possession s.a.. 4
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immune to this disease, his usefulness -* disease he is bound to discover thatit SAM'S MAILS are safe and sure and our sp1easL '"
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: among the people committed to is mighty{. inconvenient to say noth- UNClE V. ., yj. 41
'I:1.. hm care might be largely enhancedand ing of being dangerous. :
attention mailed '
deposits
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: '0 this hole \In. his armor in the In the meantime, our congratulations prompt
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:1.I r battles for righteousness might be and best wishes are extendedto the result of a carefully studied effort to satisfactorify'arrs sv (large />'}
Mf stopped. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson of Georgia, :{I.

'J I Y use The of wider this application precaution is established that the for prosperous a happy life honeymoon of married and bliss long and Un- and 'constantly growing list of out-of-town. depositor .' t 7
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: and approved by the medical profession !,
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CANT COMB TOWN
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'i1 "i \ f a feeling and a condition of safetyin Kissimmee is digging. . into the H ji; lot

;J, \11 the presence of infection. It I la- .ground for both water and oil, which I MAILS
\ .... not A question for argument in the that Kissimmee has all sorts ... . USE.THE
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' ' munity afforded by vaccination of faith inher natural resources.-Orlando -

, SATURDAY FEBRUARY SL1A against smallpox, for the medical Sentinel. If you will drop us a line we will g1 day tell yes 'D"'''I 7
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r. men'accept the results of these Subscribe for The Valley Gazette.
more about it, and JaddeaUDy few tJ _
} BIG lot of bargains will be offered to tests.Smallpox is a contagious. disease. I ". _

'"t,t < you In the shape of Gents', Ladles'Children's H is communicated from the infected THICKQLOBSY HAIR i. :-: p ,...... why yen ......d aM this Baak.. i

and unvaccinated person. If all EEE FROM DANDBUn1
:t sources of infection were wiped out, ,
if there were no cases within a given
i These articles territory, there could be ,no spreading Girls! Try Its! Hair get soft rand
SWEATERS. Indispensable of the disease within that terri- beautiful-Cut a 25 cent bottle STATE BANKKISSIMMEE

will be sold at cost. Don't tory, excepting. by importation and of Danderlne.
this could be controlled by legitimate .
miss..the opportunity when It methods. It may be limited, even If you care for heavy hair that glistens
"$3 S eaters; for wiped out, within any,prescribed feiv with beauty and Is radiant with
comes. ritory by proper precautions, that is, life; has an Incomparable softness and .r v
r $51.515 only. This by vaccination. This assertion is Is fluffy and lustrous, try Danderlne. Capital $100,000.00 I
based upon actual experience many .Just one application doubles the
SALE: will be for one daY, and, will be on times and often repeated_and. emphasized. beauty of your hair, besides It immediately Surplus 30000.00 Depositors Security $130 000.00 j ,

Sweaters only. We can give you Therefore. ,it become a duty devolving dandruff.dissolves You )can every not particle have niceAeavy of Officer and Director* e j

1 good quality for little money. rTCJJWAY .upon lessee every that' he' responsible and those Individual of- dandruff.. healthy This: ,destructive hair If you scurf hare robs I C A. CARSON, Pre.u "j: MJ LEE.;V.c.' Prat '
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) sale : vaccinated. It is a'duty he owes himseLf Its 'ter) ;life and If not,overcome It ,, : a
'. .7 and them as well as to his neighbors produces a feverlshaessj and Itching of t HOMA.THOMAS. A* !*taat Cashier,, t ;
and the entire community in the oalp; the hair 'roots famish, j
STVMfORD CCMP/1AY? which he lives, for no man can .live) loosen and, die; than the hair falls out I '
jl jlC. I unto himself alone: fast: Barely g atjfi-cent[ bottle, of .: .' ? 'j'tt
.I ' But it is a diffculty thai reform- Knowltoo's Dan erlDe from any: drugstore itelr
" 'ers--real; reformers--encounters, that and lust try. It. .q' .. "r"tt.i. ( ,Ibe
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KUslmmee Riddle of: The Everglades ..
FOR RENT mrortable bed moor
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The annals of the remnant 'of the, articles would. be gathered together In WANTED TO RENT house for th* FOR RENT SALE-Toe-story'' I
/ Prices OKNT1ST. Seminole ,nation\ If written In'strict a'park,the.warror disarmed of their 'yetrr' ; '4"to 8 rooms{"'city\;wtht! ; store build&n Brack SU.North,
obedience the laws .of a liberty firearms and men, women and little convenient;= nice location. Want Kissimmea. C. Stanford Jtf J
la Kali Hulldlotf.OVPIOK
' ,t Upstairs 9 m. m loving government, would place' themin children driven off. Looking back possession March or April; ,best ._ tih
UODRS: |r. j.j: to fljsop.: ml a light that would make ''the sacred ward on their little improvised care guaranteed for property. 8T BAPitfJT CHUBCILA. I'yt
.. Telephone NI). *H,, Jiin li. hr cause for which our forefather homes, they could see these camp followers Address'W. P. L.? Box 117 or see 1
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fought in the days of 1776 grow pale driving off the cattle and hogs F. F; Cummins Carson Grocery ,
Tho Seminole has -never had his side of which they had large numbers in Co. Also want at once, 1 or 2:'unfurnUhed J. Holt, paste ,1
IHaveThem.; I) W. W.: CARSON of his tragic life written; to war 'many instances Placed in a stock : rooms. Stt Services.- Sunday fcorning, February t t
3 4., records and official documents inunt ado for safe keeping, watched by.the 15 .
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.. we go to get information of the tr lIt.m'nt whit man with liis gun, these proud, WANTED: <'resh cow at the Gray Sunday School at\9i5. We must' k
the Indians received but heart-broken natives of Florida stone. H. W. Thurman; 6-tf have 200. C. A; C r8On, teacher'ofBible
Want MoreSince Office over'Cole's Jewelry StoreOflicr The heroic fortitude of the old i would be huddled until enough.. of _. - class; room for sixty. Come.
Hours: H 12.:! 1--6Otlice Seminole race, their love of honor, I I their number could be captured in the FOR SALE.' "' Preaching at 11 o'clock by the j Pte-r'
phone KiHKesidence' their devotion in those olden days to same. manner to fill a ship to betaken tor on "The Coming of the Kingdom"Preachine

-L-- 2:1:< (tile graves.. of their kindred, the go- to the Western country that FOR SALE-Eucalypter trees, at at night (7 o'clock" ) on
of teeth "The Certainty of Retribution
(Gin iiijininisterfd extraction Mawaons
George end of
/ west The Busy Bees and Juniors at 2:30:
the first of the month several of i .. llughey street. 8-5 pd m.
1 H. S. GEIGER i 1Tc p.
my Canadian friends (have arrived in"town. 1) H. AND SIJHUBU FOR SALE-T. B. Johnson property, The B. Y. P. U. at 6:16: p. m. Be t

e Others are in various parts of ,I Citizens I-IIVHKIAN Bank Building ... ,. went )side Clyde avenue; desirable ,I sure and be present. meet/.t..1>
Everybody invited to these
the State following out my suggestion Kissimmee, Florida I locution. FQr prices and terms d. ."
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ings.
Strangers especially
I apply| to Jno. M. Lee" Kittsimmee
to look around ao that when they : 'hones: Office 2117 or 64 I I'lii. 9-4t Y
reach rCi immee they will be more? I| I Ii '
r K.-Hidencer 2155. 14-1) ---- ----'- ---- NOTICE.
!FOR! SI.EOicr..a. : Half cleared nice w
easily convinced that this. is the |place | \

y for them l 16 locate.I .J '. yuuiif! ) grove good fences, fair house,
1 I II i, .1' M. RIVERS, M. I U. I I .. i Ru/iif crops now growing; terms To the Property Owners of OscI\ ---

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and SlJIU/oON:/ '
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I find that inv successful management ( >ill\ -n over Onuuolu "I'llm mac' > i / I nian, Fla. 2-tf the dates named for the purpose of
ol Ertkme Height Farm during the. receiving tax returns: r
and activity on own IhIINeM I i : I I\ llesldeurt-. t i FOR| SAIJj:Signs to Advertise prop- Shingle (Creek precinct No. 2, February
r pall t year my my j ,??, ? 14s r-itv for ole can be obtained at the 21.t'umpltf'II.

place almost adjoining has placed me __ I Valley iuzette: ID cents vauti.
--'- J. _. precinct No. 3, February ,
in position/ to act an a sensible advisor -y 2i.: '

to those contemplating takingup \\r.i.. WIN N , .'' CELLANEOUS. St. Timid, precinct No.4. February -
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farming in tins. pail ol Morida.I PHYSICIAN ; -- -------- -
I ,\ FOUND( 'I'll"er Milage books, on Crab Crass: precinct No.6, Feb- t
Of fit.c L'nd Flour WlllsonKKHIKKNI Building' r. .II | Kruuiiwuy lust night; two from ruary 'JO.(
: kO4IMakR. ... . 'A' Inn WliillUT, precinct No. 0,
add K "I'IIONK' (I \ville, 'IVnn., and one Wu.sh- February
I am still anxious to to my OKHIK "I-P..M. "'. eloxlu.r. :' J8.
I i inKlul1.t > I I1. ( .1. J. ]Roger:*, lib
list of desirable properties no matter -- - - '- -- it> 1 Sunnier street lu! >Nriiger/ , precinct. No.7. March
whether how I big. As 2. 1 1Nareonsse
one acre or A. VANB AdHKW W B rRAWPIMI- ,
my friends arrive or write me I will f 'R01TC1I LEMON SETS: for Bale $Ifs 'I e, precinct No.8. March

be able lo select from a complete list l VANS At NEW & CKAWKOKUATI :. |per thousand. Henry W. Smith 6.
4 i i Wauchula Fla. 5112tpdFOR : Kissimmee i )precinct No.1, after
4 just what they are looking\ >r. C K!N".\ S AT-LAW ,' .. 'I' I March. (f.

l RENT--New 4-room cottage?| W. I. BARBER
A .f. ,ill'tll' llnnk IliillillnicKisslinm. J JII
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k, -- I Ii nice and new; price $10 a month.1' Tax Assessor,
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Let me have particulars of what land i Ii
I' you would sell and name your Lest 1) CK1UKK.ATTOUNKYATLAW; :

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000000000000000000s' 112% Broadway. FLORIDA SEMINOLES AS THEY ARH: TODAY I ves ,

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s' nial climate and natural resources of they dreaded so much. Hundredsdied
Sprigg FlemingCLEANING lTF.. KR1BBS their Bunny land, all combined to from exposure and broken hearts :f.

ATTORNRY AT I LAW KIHHIMMKK, F.A.. make them determined to defend I for in all that band there was not .l
their homes for, hemmed in by aea one voluntary exile. Women and 'f; .
; Examination of Titles a Specialy. on all sides, with soldiery In the north children wept and the warriors sat ,
of there was nothing to do but to fight solemn and silent as they watched the
Notification and payment of taxes ::1. :
::1 PRESSING non-resident given careful or submit to banishment. last boundaries of the beloved Florida _ ''
4 DYEING .". attention. Treaties as sacred as ever were fade from view. This disgrace to f fa
made between America and Great America is incapable of computation. 'of
Britian broken like I 'II. '
REPAIRING were pipe stems ',
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I by the whites. They knew that their The Present Seminoles '
{ Pat Josnston G. P. Garret beloved leader and war chieftain, Of the few descendants of those 1J ,Ili I -'" .AI '

I OHNSTON &: GARRETT Osceola, had been captured under a Florida natives, what shall we say. J '
Ls&ve word .t my house aDd cloth e J Attorneys at Law flag of truce-and still what could We are told that this is an enlightened ';. .
will be erlMd And returned.SatisfactionGuaranteed. ,
lor Offices 10, 11 &: 12 they do but fight on and one hoping at age, but are we treating our .
i last to find security and peace in proud red patriots of Florida any I .It r ,Va ;.
.. Citizens Bank Bldg., the deep fastnesses of the Southern better than did those in power three (

i ", _0010J00000000004c . Kissimmee, Florida. swamps. quarters of a century ago T : .
: ._- Under the Spanish crown the Indians The present Seminole knows all of

;\ I .,. were protected. With the rising the perfidy practiced upon his fore ''r
1"I; V LOUIS.Counwl MASWUr(or JudM PICTON.of Wi the UOW of the American flag in _1821 fathers, and 'he knows too. that his i"(
Florida ft. R.Comm. Criminal Court trouble began and greed for the ancestors promised to "abstain'fromall .

&: WARLOWATTORNEYS homes, cattle and lands began by the regression upon their white "
l; '''E EXPERT PIANO. MASSEY whites. neighbors." "Io Florida nrinole is ,

AND COUNSEIXOS. ; History quotes United States Sena- keeping the peace, yet he knows that ;,'
+ AT LAW tor Frelmghuysen as saying: "We his treaty rights have been violatedby
Y have added the white encroachment and that i'I
k' TUNING PracUoa all the Court of the Huu and ol purchase to purchase, we I
the United State. .... before the Florid Rail called the Indian brother and he be- he is being driven on and on, and ..
iy r roadGomml.iou". and the Interstate. C.Rlmarc.Commla.lon. lieved us; millions of acres he has the white man says there is no land

) 'Special attention to all makes of 11.14 CHABUHTON. BLIKJ. ORLANDO FLA. yielded to us, by treaty right; more left for him. t'
i Instruments !.M 1 jrr than we can cultivate in centuries. The 'Glades are the natural horne fences---and lots them will '
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fy ; ; Chair* for tuning $8.00, for next JOHNSON miserable acres on our Southern foot of this great acquatic jungle. ,:
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,1 I l90\ day. ANDREA frontier (now called by all the world They can live upon the islets and for '
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I ( 'Ont' of town orders solicited. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT L w 'Everglades'), and still like the horse small hommocks, they know how to grow money you. ;.
.N ,l' Will Practice in all Courts leech our insatible cupidity cries, avoid certain sections during the wet .
i \ 'more more'." seasons and they do not need canals ,
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and Federal
i1 a. D. FAIBMAN State
Old settlers who knew both sides of for they go when and where they
w l ;,PhoM .202 Box 1,7 Office adjoining Broadway the story well have told to the writer will in their light-draught canoe! Fence off your farm into a sufficient r'* "

.t k.: lf'5 1! / Klsslmmee, Flat.tk Citizens Bank Kissimmee that during the "seven years' war," The thousands of white purchasers
I :+. "-, weeks and sometimes months would of Everglade land who showed more
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pass with everything quiet-apparent- faith than the average American usu- number of fields to get the (i

X1 T.L H. JENKINS ly all hostilities had ceased, when ally does by buying "unseen goods," ;
'J" l outlaws who always follow in the land under water in the Eldorado of 4V
SURVEYOR wake of an army would put Indian America, (the great Everglades of proper rotation of crops and the most <

1 Jesus.\ Thompson Fraternity Hall Kissimmee, FJa.DR. moccasins on their feet, kill cattle and Florida), may find consolation in the /. '!'
sprinkle the blood around the premises thought that by using a diving bell, '
4)e. ' i FUNERAL DIRECTOR and then tell of seeing the he may be able to see the land he advantageous pasturing and '
,', Indians. This outlaw class were be- purchased and may they be able to your 1

% ii; and M. J. HICKS ing used as scouts and living off army forgive these drainage engineers who '

I Physician rations. A hunt for the Seminoles with good intentions made the mis- cash returns each are boundto ,;
f LICENSED EMBALMER season
r1.:' [ . and Surgeon would begin/ the United States government take of running the watt the wrong,
d'I I .1 t would order capture at any way." For the success of the next' 'L
t ( -i I Office Phones cost and the innocent Seminole living drainage, under: the survey of a different increase. At the time fences .
State Bank Office 41-Res. 40 same
.;Store sad Chapel! Stewart Are. Bid. peacefully in some hidden swamp engineering corps, those who
p' would be hunted and captured like are charitably inclined, as well as op-
II FLORIDA. 0000000000000000000000000.Dann the wild animal in his lair. A few tomistic must await development.
r) are an asset, as they add greatly to x

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Grocery Company IF BILIOUS OB COSTIVEFor
Remaining/ in the Postoffice at Kis t

I ItE.,;I t; E. Wells 101 Br adway'Operate. simmee Uncalled For, S ...
) t 4it Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, We sell good fenceAmerican 1
f .Eitate and Insurance A.lv<*rtl.**d list for week fiidlnirMarch Sluggish Liver and Bowels-They.
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d ,,' 'work while you sloep.'
the Cleanest Store .
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C. It. McKinley W. U Furred Tongue Bad Taste, Indigestion. .
of Any House in Ki..immee..ooo..oo.o. Brooke Mrs. McPherson. Mra.A. .
i SPECIALTY OF RENTING Ballow SkiD and Miserable Headaches -
try w J. JoaephlnrBronaon. .
.(. Mr. Nelson Mra.A. come from a torpid liver and to last. The prices are very reason- i!
.. ...ooo ooo.. A. J. aC'lpleti. clogged bowel, which cause your :
1 HOUSES AND ROOMS
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i1 . Capers Nelaun. A. A.
stomach to become filled with undigested
4 ....'."..'..-q PIaon4 !rz Clark.Cub b.. John Amos I.H. Pearce Prldg-rn.. Mra.Knsc 1)M A. food which sours and ferments able. We invite you to*call l and see .:
/ r1 R. F. PARKERTHE Kulon Hllaa. Price E. PIlalno. | like garbage In p swill barrel. That's
Mina rtlrharda. John the first to untold mlaor -Indigestion
step ?
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Louise C. U.laaac. ,
'. M. C. (2). Reed Miss I. ... I foul gases bad breath yellow us.-
TAILOR Ivy. Mlaa Keod. Mls II. U.Chrlatlne. skin mental fears, everything that Is
Htokcs. O. W. horrible and nau.eaUnc. A Cascarettonight
Jon... Ito J. F. Toner, Herbert.Johnaon. .
'' Mra. Thomas I>..... will give ;your constipated 1
r IRAYSTONEraauntnu 11 C. H. Thomas Itufu- bowels a cleansing and
Daxluftoa A\'e. Lanlar. Mra. II. J. Thornton. J. W. straighten thorough 7' morning. They .
Lewis, Hobbert. .
Tucker I run.larrnfi
Anne, Wagner. Miss work while yon sl.
Mildred. Blanch from your druggist will keep ;you teel- \
Pottr. Ruby and Williams J. A, log good for months : ..
'p4ioond-Land serums C. F.., Thrasher OalL Mmrron, H. al.Advertised .. )

4. 41pr ,, tale from 1101 to Hat for tile week ending )WANT 'ADS la the :Valley Gazette r .
at Oaravi B. B. SIMPSON, The Favorite Store of '
and
"qrarston SHEET METAL WORKER are the means of selling rentIng Kissimmee ;\
Postmaster
Pt1/.c| L L.I ITEl. IUr..h.5tw . SUM CeiUats a Specialty. I \ property when all other means ;

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PINE"LUMBER' Her ;:ln beautiful Xls lmmee Farming , : ,
where the sun 'shines, anJflowers ,
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loom all the year, where the '
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: breeze wafts them away so easily; TruckingT1mb err.:;:.:../ :..: "'f .

t Ho'USR BILLS A SPECIALTY,4 ] where water the cornea,earth ao lies.near,so level the and surface the I ', '. '. . ;' "' ." .,..,.{,.i'!!.,..(.

;'' that It seems as though we'might "' ::. .,
\ I be living ,out on the palm of God's 'LANDSi. .... .
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII J 1111 I 111111 a hand which He holds out over.,the .1 I. r .
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Eternal' seas And. this balmy .
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I weather which seems to me like the I
time call.winter .' .1
sunniest.summer they ,, t t'fI.

o eot'f' :F'' ::Ee: pie,, who Now dwell I wonder here,If, would the lovely.care peoi for. :aI Have Them i for Sale in Any Slze'Body' : ". :

INf38NC I.glimpse. of .native heath, up .
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I among the grand old hills of Delaware .::1 :''f From Ten' Acres to One Hundred. .
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Successor to the Dozier Leitner Agency I i county New York state Just a .,
picture of' one day of winter on a ''" I'
State Bank Building Thousand Acres. TA A
farm among the mountain..mount.alnll .- -
f that stretch up hundreds of fe'ejb'
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|pinto -Heaven's own blue. Made up : Letter Addressed to Me Will Bring : :
of old mother earth and great, rocks, a .
'v C. A. CARSON President. N. C. BRYAN, Secretary ''out of which gush the purest of ICIlsprin& ; '
; ; water, which trickles; down ', Full Description and Terms of Sale. { .

\ The Waters &'/ arson !1 I which other through, rush springs shady away'til chasms and they flow, augmented form on through>brooks by '

every valley anally reaching their ,.,
destination in, the river. Which in D C McKAY
winter is often frozen over with ice .
;,;: Grocery Company from a foot to eighteen inches thick, I-
where men may ,drive teams or cut
holes and 'flsh down through for
I II. suckers. Also making a great playground KISSIMMEE FLORIDA; ;,
I. where one can skate and the -
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In merry times young people have with ,
the sport, none can know 'til they try '
it. at this season of the year will keep: for next summer's use. r
: QROCERIESI valle low mountains and river and Words would almost fall to tell E3ERV t dwTMfSAD
dell is wrapped in- the great white all the farmer must know, and do, :
mantle called snow. ,\' and be,, in these days, if he Is up- NCx
i saw an old man here the other todateand makes a success out of

. 0 . 0 .-. . . .. . .0....... ......... day, who told me he had never seen his business. Not only must he bustle FOR 1 U
I .. '. any snow, and I looked at him' in to keep the wheels moving on E4
.' knowing he had missed such a'great'farm, but he must study M
wonders FUTURE.
O WE SELL: WE EUY: :
/ 1 HAY something out; of his life. We live and read i and know how to weigh
[\ five hundred acre farm lying milk and make tests and understandthe
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chemistry of'the soils, for fertllicers -
beside the old Delaware river
. along
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rye a O must be used, and spraying .ivKi
, FURS, and there are hills and valleys great .
: rocks springs and brooks, beautiful must be done.
tl, FERTILIZERS 4 .
. WOOL, woodland and pastures where sheep He must understand feeds-bow ,, ;
1., r/ SHINGLES and cattle graze in the good old summer much and what kinds for the cow HOW TO CARVE
.' time and long wide stretches of .only-.a living .machine, fed properly i:

1j ORANGE BOXES AND sunny meadows where hay, corn to get .the most good from her. I In cutting a leg of mutton begin the middle 'th'e
. .1? oats and other things, are grown. HaVtnuat be a machinist, tool for he across cutting I
',t f i ORANGE WRAPS + ALLCOUNTRY .J_. Air kinds of modern machinery has'much to-\'use and care for, and slice way down to'the bone, at shown by the letter A and B. /
,',a used, some of it so wonderful as to it J''wouldn't be a paying job if he Some prefer it the end. from G form : '
4 Mer- had to have that done.' But a changehas to cut at to F in the of semi
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'f almost as a
VEGETABLE CRATES + seem as
the face of nature. circle E. E. E. This contains more fat.
machine. The come over part
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\ CRATE NAILS, PRODUCE. reaper and binder, for instance, The sky grew( hazy, then cloudy. It ; \
where the farmer simply rides along is some warmer after a time. The '
,4'J'4 .. OA> O. I l L. + . . ......... ......... and the machine cuts the grain, wind blows some-the flakes are WUck Ever Way'Yea Dedde to try it,. 7ti
binds it into bundles with binding. larger and now we are getting a real Yoall be Amply! Satisfied if Yea Decide to ., 'l
} :-- twine, ties the knot cuts off the snow storm. It is making fast and of. i
' : We sell field and garden seeds of all Unas. ;thread, and deposits the sheaf out 'piling up in every available place; .
'I. . We gire special attention to flit big out hunting and carping part?... to one side where it should be, then 'and the school children come stamp- \1
: .. '. free delivery la city limits. Pko. No. 12. ''gues on to the next, 'til the whole ing in and mother helps them brush Bait & Bail Telephone 44 No.
:1. I We are county agents for good fertilisers. Ask us far circulars tad great field is fmshed. the same the whiteness off, and their rosy 117 Broadway, ;

\ S prices en fertUizers.t ,manner. There lire several other faces, bright eyes and merry laugh Y
, \, farm machines that are just about : brings joy to our hearts. They (
' \ wonderful. brought the mail too-letters from ,

'r.'p. "as There Is a cozy, comfortable, our dear ones, cards to reminds -us, Choice of 5 Tourist Trains':
'. modern farm house where the fires and papers telling the news of the ,
""ifi' never go out in the winter time and great world. And now work must -
t_ I C all the conveniences that homes be done at the barns again and extra North and Northwest"Dixie
taken account of the .
should have, and there are great red care on

! t FOR EXCHANGE barns-Delaware its fine, great red county barns.is noted Hundredsof for great sleigh storm.bells company And hark is I coming there, and are Flyer" "Seminole' Umitol"(J !

them and in its many silos where a handsome black team dashes up to
. they can the corn, making such delicious -! the door with a beautiful covered "Dixie Limited" South Atlantic limited"Montgomery" :
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I food for cattle. There arefortyfive Sleigh, with soft, springy cushions .
.r 1: Jersey cows, with a high- and great warm robes and five of Route"Via
J" 'FORX'j sire at the head of I our dear ones from twenty miles
t :S/::; > priced registered '
receiving welcomeand
,f. :;' ; / ; : and the herd. Over one hundred sheep away sweet are greetings., warm :' '
lambs part of the year.; Four.:
'J, fine horses besides lots of young I There ia'cherry hospitality In that
stock and calves, pigs and chickens} : old farm mansion'and ofttimes we Atlantic, Coast.'Li11e :
: and the fine old dog, "Buster." We "welcome the coming and speed the ,
1 Florjda% Property ,must not forget him for he is as parting guest. And the snow grows '
4.. I useful and almost! as wise as some deep; we can see it piling up against Standard Railroad of the South :
people. And "Martha," too, the big the window pane. But what matter.
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G gray cat, who is sure to take care of 'The men are in from the barns and Pullman cars Jacksonville to Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati, .;(
'every mouse and rat. I we are safe and warm. The bright Louisville, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Grand Rapids,. and intermed, '
We have a client living in Northern Oklahoma in the best part of the We leave our warm beds at a lit- ,. lights shine carpets are soft there iate points. .

; Stale, who desires to come to Florida to live and owns a stock of hardware, tle men after hie five their in the way morning to the, and warm the dreds are easy of chairs books and magazines couches and, hun-,pa- PINING, AND OBSERVATION CARS $\

,;. furniture and i Harness, undertaking and machinery, will invoice about (4300; barns with their Concrete; floors and I pers. The table in that dining roomis For ticket and information call on Atlantic Coast Line ticket I ;
swinging stanchions where tho patient : always long. There is ever an I II agents, or >_
business well from $16.000 $18.000 annually. j
an old established doing to ,' cows are waiting attention. I, abundance of good things to eat in j J. G. KIRKLAND Division Passenger Agent

Also has a splendid residence with one acre of ground good barn; poultry I Then for an hour and a half they are cellar and pantry.. No tropble to entertain ..- Tampa,.Fla. > ,;";i,
busy, indeed, starting the gasoline guests in that home and ,
shed worth $2,500 there being about
grainaries. etc..
buggy ,
: arrangement; ; ;
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. engine which: rims the milking ma- still the merry talk goes on. Fathefmust ------- .

: k $900 against the residence in Building and Loan Association. This aggre- 'chine, brushing cows' udder, attaching use the typewriter a while, for be Yt Y1 yt 1 y1 1 y1 Y1 y1 y1 y1 Y1 y1 t $' It ) I Yt t y1 1 I 1.
and the milking there always farm accounts to .
;: gates a deal of about $6,000 and party will give a fair and equitable exchange cups watching go are look .
on. Then straining it into the shining made up. Some one taken a 4
I, for property in Florida. worth the money. cans where it is set in ice cold I into the daily papers; and tells of RARE CHANCE IN SUBURBAN HOME :; ;
t (water to coo!, and surely it is as the wonderful things going on in the HiH As other interests prevent my living there I lofer .for ale"mr r'.

} We also have three farms in the same vicinity valued at from $6,000 to pure and sweet and clean as milk can great world and soon some one ? place on Fish Lake, four and a half miles from Kissimmee.and.equv '
I be. And now comes the feeding of caught father dozing a littlo in his distant from St. Cloud.
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\ '$10,000 each improved all. good interest-bearing propositions to exchange swept\ clover hay grain and ensilage, chair, anti as he awoke with a start This
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' and in another part of the barn tile' he said, "guess I was dreaming. I property comprises over 20 acres good IaDd.'bu').
/ for Florida property. Here is an opportunity for some good business. Any. horses must be brushed and clean thought it was Heaven on .earth" 660 feet on the lake front Excellent.6al hing.: .

,,}; one desiring a business trans ction.of this kind will do well to consult us. beded and fled und then the men And the fair mother in the easy- j The land is half fruit and balance muck. Has boos*.almost '

come to breakfast. And breakfast in 'chair takes a few needed stitches; | Sfijfj new story and a half 30x30 ft. Has water in the house,two weld ,
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.\i We also have for sale some splendid propositions near the city limits of joyed tho farmer's but not house forgotten.Is a First luxury comes en helps finally to laying entertain her head her back guests, thinks and I (one of thes.'lT-flowlnt)*bf fine artesian water, good out-building, ,

Kissimmee that will make excellent homes and want the privilege of showing the long-cooked hot oat meal with of the sweet ways of life and like ) |91 j barns and chicken run. :,"

to clients who desire a fine location worth the money. real cream and sugar homecuredham many of ,old, "keeps all these things'! J j County road and A. C L/Ratlroad run through south end of lot
j w, our property with its rich brown gravy, eggs, and ponders them in her heart." jfi with station adjoining. Telephone service with Kissimmee sad St.

3.! Good orange groves at bargain prices; farm lands; truck farms and cattle bread buckwheat and butter cakes, ginger and maple cookies syrup and, I household And thefair goes to the daughter piano, and of the the I ffiJfj Cloud. Title to property perfect Price very reasonable,and terms' t

ranches. Correspondence solicited. 'coffee. Fit for a king, also fit for a pretty fingers trips the keys lightlyas i given if desired Apply to J.-W. Prentii. Box 196. KUsimmee. Ill '

: farmer. she plays the latest ragtime and I .J7tf.
I And God's'goods man walks out on finally the "The Rosary" arid "The YxxxxxxYx 4xYth YYtxYtYtYtxxYtxTH
, the veranda and looks at the thermometer Story tho Daisy Told," "Silver ,
} and remarks that it is 20 Threads Among the Gold;" then some \-.'
NELSON'REALTY CO. 'degrees below zero this morning and of the sweet old hymns, finishing with'Blest
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the wife 'smilingly replies, "Yes, but be the Tie that Binds" and I "
it will be a lovely day. See the sun "Home Sweet Home" and the I II I +
1 Rear of State Bank Kissimmee Fla. 'guildiitfc the tops of the hills now?" storm raged on. But the goodnightsare
And soon the golden shadow floods '
. said, and we go to our rest and E H.. G. SIEVE R ;
1 the valley, and the blue of the sky sleep "safe securo from all alarms." s ;
..j with the white snow and green hem= and out dreams are not troubled by I
, locks with the hoary frost still glistening '
the noises of the great world. REALTY COMPANY'
on all the roofs and every MRS. J. H. BULL.
branch, of the great trees make a I '
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hands. 10,000 acre Stack Farm 'a Wrgaia tf takes at
eau,
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read And the business of the
should regularly now day
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$5.00-per ; : . .
goes on. The, milk must be drawnorclen' SINGERSAEWINGCYMACHINE scat -: -t- 'e'e t >

I{to creamery,' and all the Prairie Last, Oraags,Greres, HIP Hasmaieck Laaat,.TismWUadsiAaPrf to.... :,
I other animals fed and in housing so '
i I Gazette many there is much work to be don 26 sRQILPWAY < u'EayT.r...

, The Valley to keep the farms-clean and between 2,101 acres Stack. Randy .wffl;sxckaare ..., ,Mss''

whiles< there is. .always wood to get DANIEL.KET Aged o feratikerreal.,. : Mtaia'i.; .::: .t .I s.. t.s.: ",_,. .
the- house ,
4"Florida' to. supply theyear round .. u .. .. ,
legs to be cut and drawn to*mill that '..' 'f.
Weekly NeuJ."pcr". "
I Greatest. \ .' ;. there nay; be a little new.lumber for 0>r'ange'filarolAves; : all:;.sizes,and. A)
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. S..e.a.Li Lk. C7.e.f.tiesi repairs onthe farm. ? Fence posts to 7. "'' .Y.f' h .
f.- N.tABsr begotten ready for....*. In.the spring. LOST-Ada'placed la Lka Vall.,..Ga. KISSBBKE' &. ',$ -'

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Year 5c Copy'.t out'of: the benekll,'drawn 'to .the.'" the owner tb.n-sy'.Dth.r..ae load '. -. ,, '. .
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people calomel doe appear ,to ..give ,
{vtx 1;I. t\fy 'RIDAT OSCBOLA IN 'VALLEY OAZmTTJD, BU1LDINO.. a temporary benefit, but u matter] "
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of fact is poison that proves to Visit Kissimmeej .0.
Cwt -- i : 1 be' injurious and even> dangerous to .. :' :.
,,, : .. B. HARRIS '?- ... 'A. .. ,.. i.... 'o. Y L. Owner r THE DAY .AT many. If you have ever.taken calo : ., "

i ,, ,. s. J. TRIPLETT .. ... .;., .. .. .. ...''' _. '.__-. LW,_ 'wi Wt r mel: ,you probably have suffered from. 0 "'>'or '
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES-: On.copy. one rear .....;._ -.-...__ .. hi// evil conditions ,following its use. j 'AMERICA'S, MOST NOTED DETECTIVE WILtl: SPEAK, Ire TAMPA d
( One copy at t tnopth. ...-:._.. ..7'On.* copy. thr... inoaOia.corr .....1... But nowadays great, number'' of .Q1JR..CITY .
-; people have,learned how to feel bet PEBRUARy025TH.ANDIAY VISIT. : AS.-Gu.E3T..9: "

t Alt-oommualeallon.; except. from"';..r authorised. a P, n'..iil,i ..nitili"U' ST. CLOUD ter, brighter and healthier' by'taking' r] J" MR. ANDRE!= VAN DEI1:'MEERSCH.] f
atoned by the writer s Liver Tone instead of calo ,
R.l.eted matter. will pot be return eel unle.a called far_.._ mel. Indeed this .harmless vegetable -, (

e BDtr ecl th. ,Postoffloe In KlMlmme, Florida: as .*_nel-cla.. mall roamr. liquid is recommended and guaranteed 1 During times past Kissimmee; has at, the Graystone our palatial hotel. :, .
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-- ---- by J. Z. Rober'son who will been honored with visits .of many no- for a few days, and it is possible the '

FRIDAY.. FEBRUARY 20, 1914. Commanding Chief of-The refund the purchase price! to y6u table men; all of whom have express.el'much invitation will be accepted and -our :-

, -t-;' ..' --:,.--- -.,.... ....:. -."...---;-..""" ... '> '...;, .' .. ..- .:._--. without satisfied question with if you it.ere*.iet completely -. pleasure at meeting our 'peole ing people America's''will have greatest the pleasure sleuth.of meetI, "'
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n L THE LONG AND SIIORT MAUL 6. A ReVISITS Get a bottle of Dod son's Over and. 'enjoying the beauties of our There is! not a man or boy in ant +,

t' ;l r I I Tone for only 50c. and learn for your scenery( and superior climate, but part of the civilized world but who '
C self how easily and naturally it assists none have reached higher on the ladder has not read of the work of W. J. :
i' The Legislature of IfflS! passed. Chapter 623., by which any railroad i -- Nature in getting rid of and pf fame than) William J. Burns, 1 Burns in ferreting out and bringing' ,.'.i: '

company is prohibited from charging( or receiving any greater compensation4cr I THE WONDER CITY AND' correcting constipation and billious- ., "

the transportation of freight over the .same line or route for a shorter 'I nesa, how it clears away the sick '1
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DELIKRS: SPLENDID
haul than for a long oie The same act, however make it possible for this ADDRESS I headache and coated tongue and sets
BEFORE IMMENSE TIIRONR you right without ache or gripe, iI
provision to be e>extended in (certain specific cases by the Railroad Commission : without any interference with your ; i\\

after its proper hearing. This. being true, the railroads of ,the State I OF VETERANS. I regular habits. Fine for the chil-j.1

i t' have petitioned the Jlailiond Commission. far permission to continue top i dren. They like to take It.

charge less' at water ( r freight than for interior points. I Wednesday was a great day in St. ,I .

,,i This is a matter which (,(conrYrnitj>' every interior town, or city in the Cloud, the occasion. being the fraternal -

: State of Florida. - I I'' visit of National Commander-in- KISSIMMEE KNIGHTS I
Chief of the Grand Army of the Republic ,
J'I It is posFflile( for a radrosd to inke or destroy a rtown or an individual I. ;"
Washington Gardner. The
'" way unless restrained. by the bands of the law. It is possible | 0 OF PYTHIAS
'i Sn) a business i I purpose of the visit by this distinguished ,i:

I j. and it is frequently done, that it railroad will ,build up a large/ city at one officer was to see the actual I : : .'

point, and prevent the giowtli of one nearby, or destroy a place which has I workings of the St. Cloud veterans, I r-;;; I 71+1.:4 d ''r
(Continued Page Four) ;,
already been established This is done by reason of discrimination in rates 1 and to get acquainted with them and fjg'4I1.'I"J '
the situation in Florida. Command-
on service | er-in-Chief Gardner hails from Michigan I Kissimmee Castle, Friendship' Lodge

.t The purpose of the law as enacted in 1913 is good. It Is doubtful to our | and in matters pertaining to No. 10, had its beginning almost : 1 1Tr )+

minds whether there should have been such a provision allowing the Railroad tie G. A. R.: has been a figure of national -I twenty-seven years ago in a little

Commission to suspend it, but it is in the law all right. A petition has been prominence for some time. In shack standing almost On the spot ,
where Hall
is. In
Fraternity now
I politics of Michigan!: he has also been a ,
filed by the railroad companies. and now the Florida Railroad Commission prominent, having, for twelve years I little garret; in this building a few ",

:i; bas given notice that it will, on March Gth at Kissimmee, hear argument epresented his State in Congress. men got!: together and formed a '

and con on the motion to grant permission to the railroads for these discriminatory 'lie arrived in St. Cloud Wednesday I Castle. From that week beginning .t :
t' fro
( morning, coming direct from Washington the lodge has grown, until now it I fbt
rates. I n. C. lie was accompaniedI I owns its own hall, and together with -
b It would seem to us a matter of folly on the part of the railroads to i ( John McElroy, president of I the Masons owns the large, three- tlj.4 A

1 build up the coast cities at the expense of the interior towns or cities, for the I 'Sol.em nole Land and Investment | story building known as Fraternity :

reason that every pound of merchandise entering or leaving an interior city' I Company, the company which originally -| Hall in the center of town. Thirty- .'

must be carried by a railroad If they could establish a large interior city | owned St Cloud lands. The seven new. members have been added
y 1 main service of tha day was held in I this year, making a total member- -,'
I like Atlanta or Birmingham, they would get.-the freight and the passengers the Methodist Church at 2 o'clock in ship of 147, which, in a town the size' "

?, i both going and 'coming at a remunerative rate; whereas to mako a less rate I the afternoon. Preceeding this the I of Kissimmee is very creditable. t

'i 1 at. some other point, they would, get at best, only a portion of the freight veterans gathered in front of the new Much interest Is being taken by the
members, and the future is illumi-
ft. Cloud Hotel
and marched in double
from there transported and be cutting their own throats and destroying!: the
nated with and the achievements
file to the church. The optimism,
procession,
'Cities that are ambitious to become a commercial centre of the State We I four or l five blocks long, was headedby of the past will form founda- .'

hall have more to say upon this' in the future because we regard it as a : the fife and drum corps, which was tion stones for the building of vuster i't

matter of vital importance to every interior town in the /State. We simply I I closely followed by the commander- enterprises in the years to come. j

Want here and now to urge all our citizens to .secure data as to the rate being I I The in-chief long with line other of veterans prominent was officers fol- credit The Pythian is due, were Sisters chartered, to whom about much I, 9

charged to this and to other points, so that their side may be presented ,, owed by members of the Woman's three years ago, and now count a II I,

strongly to the commissioners that will be here on March 5th |[ Relief Corps. It is estimated that membership of over thirty Applications -,

,i'' Every citizen is concerned in this; every merchant; every consumer; I I fully five hundred participated in this | from others are now on file,
and this branch of the local work will
parade The of the church
in line of business who has capacity ,
steamboat man; every man engaged any ; ,
every be in few ,
/ which holds six hundred, wax taxed I numerically stronger a j
j a home or who has friends; everyone who has merchandise that will come ': to its fullest, and many hundreds of 1 weeks t *

in over the railroad system is vitally concerned Let us get busy and make 1 people were turned away, unable to 'I The enjoyable open house meeting I

* a atrong presentation of this subject to the commissioners who are here on get in. About one thousand people has generated within the hearts of -- --- "
I crowded into the building utilizing I| all present a feeling of friendliness I

't March 6th.Road. __ _ n __, _, _ every possible space, and climbing in 'toward the Knights: of Pythias, and W J, BURNS
'.4 -- --- the windows. A program was rendered -i I i the fraternal spirit demonstrated by I
has taken hold of
f I as follows the Knights their
Lead To Melbourne j Song "America: I j I, nests, and it is safe to say that the ,.who is on tour of the State speaking, justice the most noted criminals p

Should i Address of welcome, Mayor D I). I I I'jubilee celebration will fro down in j I before Y M. C. A, societies\ under the and confidence men that have oper-
Gill. 11'1 i| the history of the organization; as a Auspices of the Alkahest Lyceum Sysated on both sides of the Atlantic

: Response, Department Commanders' time when a new era began in the 1 ?m, and will deliver an address at uring the past twenty-five years,
Instead of Sebastian N S. Siggins, of Zephyrhills, Fla. I I career of the lodge, and when the Tampa on the 25th of this month. therefore a description of his wonderful -
I Andre Van der Meersch who ful would be stale
Solo, Mr. Goodman principals builded around the beauti- exploits reading
Address, Col! John McElroy, of I' ful story of Damon and Pythias and recently moved here from New York, If Mr Burns should see his way '
e ,
I editor of their undying devotion and love, will i ii a great admirer and friend of Mr clear to visit our city we assure him
Washington the
? .;lv ? IS THE INTENTION OF THE EDITOR OF THE MELBOURNE TIMES. Tribune. National ;I DC better known and better lived Lurns; and has invited that distinguished a most cordial welcome on the part i"

1' M IN AN ABLE ARTICLE IN HIS PAPER OF LAST WEEK. Solo, "United States"-Mr, Lynn | ,, gentleman to be his guest of all our people. .i io .

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Dougherty. -- -- -
t 1. THE PICTURES AT
ns Gardner. credit for its effectual service, its
FIRE DESTROYS 1
of January simmee road. A few I in the
The Kissimmee Gazette comparatively promptness arriving on
miles distance and ,Song "All Hail the Power." THE DIXIE TONIGHT and its excellent
it 30th prints a column article on would cover the I grounds manage-
{ the front page that contains a number I the cost ought not be great. Benediction, Rev. Northrop. PACKING HOUSE I ment of the whole affair, and it was :
r of statements that are misleading I It may be news to the people of Post Commander J. F. Bullard presided I oily through its untiring efforts thata
4 t which in justice to the Cacette's Osceola county that Melbourne send during the afternoon. The ad- WERE TilE BEST 1 HAVE EVER greater fire was prevented.The .

1, I ., readers in and about 'Kissimmee of the road has been surveyed and is dress of the commander-in-chief was .. SEEN H. R. OVERSTREET LOSES EN- origin of the fire is yet unknown -
t.' should be corrected. A notable fact ditched and the grade thrown up as one of deep fervor and frequently"heias AND but it is believed to be incendiary -
TIRE
';,a about the Gazette's statements is far west as the St. Johns marsh; a compelled to- pause until the subsiding "Were the best I have ever seen" PLANT MANY ,

t a -. that they do not' coincide with the distance of about nine ,miles andI of the.applause which greeted (is the general remark heard as the BOXES, OF ORANGES.
his remarks. lIe said that
of Osceola that it is the river when he -
detailed planned to cross
complete report I left patrons of the Dixie .Theater leave "GULF TO ATLANTIC LINE"
county engineer, R. H. Ludlam, which i with the ditching machine on the and Washington ice Monday the snow that popular play house each; night.. Shortly after midnight Monday
qi in of the inside 1 Union Cypress Company's railway were blown fiercely in his night the fire whistle announced a Write wire
j; la printed one pages face; and the blasts The Tuesday night performance was or Menge Bro., Fort
cf the same issue. i and complete this work to the Osce- were biting; and fire in the central of town which
audience part
I f I' when he reached Savannah the snow enjoyed by a large Myers, Fla., for rate of fare and ached- _
; other things the< Gazette ola county line without delay. "Still Bill pleasing attraction proved to be the old Roberta building
t Among proved
} was gone, and when he go tto St. ule of steamers Suwanee and Corona
| The Times hopes that the editor back of the Osceola County High
States that a newly suggested route Cloud The Keystone Comedy picture,
+ via Whittier and Fellsmere would be 'of the Gazette will publish these He also summer aaid he was on in full force. "Champion Driver," was a scream School and recently used by H R. plying between Fort Myers and Fort
i B had heard
? ", 0 the shortest cheapest and most direct i| facts in his paper and thereby cor- flicting stories about St. Cloud many con-and from start to finish and kept every Overstreet as a packing house. Lauderdale via the famous Caloosahat-

t'' Anyone at all familiar with rect the wrong impression previously Osceola of which one convulsed. Last night's picture The fire was very spectacular chee, Lake Okeechobee Everglades and
county,
,the location of the four towns, viz: given. It also hopes that the commissioners many were the three-reel American feature "Des sparks being carried for "eleraiblocks
J' ot favorable that he wished to Drainage Canals. The most wonderful -
tw of Osceola will see The fire depaitment
county
KJsiimmee Melbourne, Whittier and give with tinies Fulfilled was a beautiful sub- away.
.. his
,Pellsmere know. without consulting i I them consideration in selecting the made own and eyes the progress being ject, and in line with the manage- soon arrived and it was only through scenery in America. Wild bird

t 'a'' map that the route from Kissim- I route.-Melbourne Times. tie prosperity here and he was glad for to note the ment's claim of showing the latest its efforts that the surrounding build- and game life in profusion. Seminole

\ '... to Melbourne Is shorter more i future. Instead of shacks prospect which he and best in motion pictures. This ings iwere saved. The residence Indians and alligslors. 42-tf
Osceola j The editor of the Times has released for its first nearby which had been formerly oc-
f ;direct and as far as county jumped ;pected to find, he saw magnificent picture was exhibition -
1.1 route. at the conclusion that the 12th .this cupied by Mr. Alterton caught on
is concerned it is the cheaper 1 Valley ;homes, and buildings which of on January year,
J; The main item of expense on this 1 Gazette favored abandoning the road | spoke making it thirty-seven days old when fire but was soon extinguished Edward Cornelius, an old resident
r)+ Ji rout is the St. Johns river bridge from Kissimmee to Melbourne in'I'.permanency. Frequently his i remarks shown at the Dixie: by their contract The building which burned contained of Murray, Idaho has been working
I referring to incident
!t'r' and that will. cost Osceola county I favor of the one from Kissimmee to the daring with the Mutual Film C Corporation I a considerable number oforanges on the Kellogg apparently for'
war brought tears to the sewerj
1 of
*n tothin. as it is within Bayard.cr' : Sabestian via Whittier. Such is in the audience. At the eyes The Dixie is able to show these pictures and had been in full operation. No $3 a day, but ity he say. he
:" Engineer Ludlam' report is the not the case and we hope the able .many clusion of the address three con ahead of Tampa, shipping to''Insurance: was carried on the building has been working to locate WoJXK), f1.

0' ,,result of a careful survey made by al editor will read our article on the ,cheers were given .him.Wednesday rousing that point after use here. but the fixtures were insured for which he buried )n 1883 in a Dutch
'< competent civil engineer. It gives I It subject again, where we venture the about 1700. oven and which' he has never been
night the lobby and The fire department is due much able to find.
Melbourne Klsataunee assertion he will his mistake.
'the distance from to see rooms of the new St. Cloud Hotel .:('
i it ;}a as fifty-six miles. A glance The article the Valley Gazette were crowded to their fullest WffKOf PRAYER
'!\',::at o the map shows that the distance stated that it would be advisable to when the people gathered for capacity the

\\1)}i from Kissimmee to FeU men .via construct a road from Whittier to the recep V n in Commander Gardner's -, FOR HOME MISSIONThe
it.''Whittier is about seventy-five miles St. Lucie county line because it honor. Cheers and waving of flags
A r aDd that it is nine miles farther to would require but little money the greeted his arrival. After an hour \ -
r Sebastian the East Coast. This distance being only about ten miles
on ,pent informally mixing one with the ladies of the Baptist Church I
.)tq nearly elaht7- ve miles to the as St. Lucie county and the Fellsmere the crowd I
other
I adjourned to the will hold their week of for
,' toast,'by: the Gazettes suggested company had practically obligated to Methodist Church where the camp- 'Home Missions the first prayer week In The representative for the well known
miles viaMelbourne. build
route as against fifty-six a good road from Sebastian to fire was held. Here Impromptu'apeakin 'March.
+ Kissimmee I. only about i the Osceola county line.
miles farther north than Melbourne I Necessity forces commissioners and a delightful program The following is the program:
ftftcen our
filled the | hbuse of
evening. 8:30 Home clothing
March 3
( ,', ',while it is about forty miles to build a good road from Kissimmee The entire town of St. Cloud Tuesday at "A-Heartto .
was of Mrs. Barclay. Subject:
..:north, of Fellsmere or Sebastian. to Whittier, and to fail to build ,elaborately decorated for the occasion Heart Theme Mission Inventory."
far .south to reach the an additional ten miles that
+ why go so would
and
bunting flags being in evidence Leader Mrs. H. M. Breaker.
3 especially when there is connect with good road to the East .
? r.l coast, no a everywhere. Many prominent Home of Mrs. .
3:30
beach at Sebastian that ii easi-.1r Coast would be a woeful lack of Wednesday ttUrn5
ocean com- ,out-of-town rl1acf2
'j t guests participated in th.day' Modi. Subject: "Back to the Coun-
ecessible or is provided with ac- mon sense and good judgment therefore festivities whom "
,
prs immodations in the shape of bath we did three weeks ago and do 'be mentioned Col.among Kinsman and may ry. Leader, Mrs. Chapman.Thursday o'clock-At
Major evening 7
,'/bouses, hotels, boarding houses and still advocate the commissioners I(Tibbetts. both from South Dakota.A church instead of regular prayer

t Cottages.- making this connection.But delegation also came from Lake- meeting. Subject: "City Conditions." will be at store
4'' 'S: Melbourne Beach is two -miles we did not advocate abandon- land, and a number of veterans from Leader, Mrs. A. J. Holt. our

L. aaerou't1N', Indian river from Mel- ing the Melbourne route and do not :St. Petersburg.. Friday 3:30: -Home' of Mrs. Gonad -
-t I'D" Across a half mile strip of do so now, believing that Osceola is This day will go down in the history Bryan. Subject: "Training FRIDAY and SATURDAY
its dock is the beach. big enough to have two or more
from: ocean great of St Cloud as one long to be 'Women Workers for Foundation
'-l the river side of'this strip ii a Coast highways If to both the East and West* remembered, and the commander-in. ;Work." Leader, Mrs. Modi. .
';hotel, several. boarding houaesaDumber our commissioners deem ,chief will back with him
it wise to build a road from carry ideas; with full line of the I latest
i of cottages and a post- Kissimmee ,of this section of Florida far larger INDUSTRY.A a cloths
ANOTHER NEW
'A' commodious ferryboat to Melbourne or any other seaport than he had
c0.' ever dreamed.
.
',three round trips dailr bens we haven't a word to say. It's most remarkably interesting and for men's tailor-made suits.
\ Melbourne and Melbourne their job. We have a man's job on useful industry is operated in our

__ and gasoline railway ear carpassengers our hands telling the world through BRAINS DULLED BVCONSTlfATION town at No. 118 Main street It is the
from the dock to the the columns of the Valley Gazette of plating business of Mr. P. Cornell

n.' .>kwhat better accommodations. the wonderful possibilities and opportunities who has with him in full operation, Come in and have your measure

tli., Gasette'find for Klisimmee Osceola county offers the all the appliances necessary lit his ,
homeseeker and visitor. vocation. The work" done by Mr.
taken.DUTTONHARRIS
iat) any. other place'.along the properly .
Connell has entire satisfaction .r
with the exception 'ofalm.. given
Some Only Half Alive Dod- and will favorably with ,
and Daytona which are too far 'MISS LEE People ; compare
be considered., ENTERTAIN .sows Toae Cleans You work done by the mo.t aldllfnl artisan -
\to Melbourne
4' lat i Out sad Wakes You Up. A few moment's COJ ena- .
: (s visited regularly: by many' Miss Margaret )
: Lee entertained a tio nwith him and'.examination,, of I '
: :
Jfrom Eau Gaflie Till. 0 CO.t"
Cocoa large number of
her
r friends with a When is having
I : constipation its his work will convince the most
", Mbar,"Grant/;- Sebastian 'and Valentine. party at the home of her evil effect ,
on and his work
;your body brain skeptical of the merits of
derive much .
.
,who pleasure,parents, on Clyde avenue, Saturday Nature is, \ '
H 'conveniences. If Osceola (afternoon. doing her best 'to offset which consist. 'of plating knifes,
After i
playing games on them and
I overcome the cause itself. forks surgical and dental instruments -
spoons
....tre.a'roitd: from Kiaslm-the ,beautiful lawn
I, I, dainty refreshments But usually Natur'' , '
cannot do this whether brats, steel or
of .
Whittier why not: let it consisting', lee I
I, cream punch unaided.. ,_ iron Mr .Connell says his motto is
Mtlbourne-Kls-1 and cake I II
ag'trei* were served. '
., I In the past, many: cofferers. at such I-Satisfaction Or No Pay., 9-Hpd "
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THE S HfUUaMteg I VALLEY,GAZETTE '* Frank T. Graham" representing'" the.ijl\ C.'W." Brims,1 re.ldent.ot the Nsrijcoossee -'j. Having. just got : t.tJed'1ft 'mv new necessary for"member .to; own av' 'A

-- Telephone Nee WV Tampa Tribune, spent;'Monday;io the. Farm and Towns! Compny,, pUt, at. 14 Stewart avenue I am STATUS OF |share of stock.of ,the Kltslmmee CM* 4''

'' ;e'r.. city \" .I '(peat, Wednesday. in 'town '.on Dual-' ,well equipped to do all kinds 01 1 Company before he can make apphW'

.. r. Della.'Mrs.. [Mounting and Framing! Pictures.. FuU cation to become a member of Ute. ..
> aarid Bar. '
) Mrs ME. tMUler/of ,
('1: Published: 'Bvery* Friday!' flyW'a tow registered at ,the Grayatone. ,lastFriday. t'' ."'. ''D. Woodbeck entertained nine' new and .p-to-d.terl: in< j .. /J atock., Also ;* limited itockfof t -
i the Fi Hundred. Club at her home .
.. < KISSIMMEEGOLF it
Club $25,000dIvid .
si race< Company
:iW ( AKIUts."I .. J; W. Thoi9peon.. .2tpclI. *
Brack
ion ; street. The room'-was' t- '
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pr
ed into 250 shares of the par vain
afternoon
.... ..-- BORN On' 'Tuesday' at L tily decorated with hearts, cupids and I.'G. M.( "Majple' and" wife?. of" 'Bethany. Jot $100 each. These shares are now', \'

J NIPOOOONl" +0000000000.aWeatherReport 8 to Mr.,. and .Mrs.' Edward ColIlnsrwboys orchids. <, ., .and J... E. .Sheppard and: wife, .of 'assessable Therefore '',member of' ,
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: : .j who wintering at the': Kissimmee Golf Club -will be
f R. T Hamilton are Jt >a
Butler .who suffered, I
GLOB
; ; i i Everybody but the editor. 'in Orlando operatt'on' Thursday a very of Narcoossee, spent several days last shareholder In the Kissimmee Club
painful on week seeing the sights of the West to the amount of at'' J leastone
today helping Osceola. to win I last week, when Dr. C. D. Christ removed I Company
Coast Ther visited Tampa St. Pe- share. Apart from the pleasureof e,
the'prizey a'tumor from the inside of his
,,ttr.burg. and other'points of interest, -;k .. using ,the line club house- ,and
: Following are the daily temperatures ,Cfome-to' the Dollar) Limit Store''tomorrow right. cheek; is now; better. returning to this ,-city last Saturday, grounds and enjoying the'>.games of ....

;, and precipitation aa and let's, get acquainted .- A. C. Wright, Jr., one of Batten- ;I We regret to' record that Mr.\ In'. Relation'To Kissimmee golf, er town tennis, a"member, will,
reported by, the Government H-lt. ger's leading citizens and cattle men, havemade an Investment on .whichhe
National Field ..Secretary
Eugene Swope !
a'loser. The club house,
//1:) station at.Klisbnmee'for theI spent a few days transacting "busl e&lInot.b
of Hammock Grove of the Audubon for the .
A. E. Drought, I' Society completion will 'I cost
Hearing
now ,
In Kissimmee this Club
week ending Feb. 20th, 1914. and St.,Cloud visited. the city Wed ness week. Protection of Birds who was to lecture Company approximately $10,000. and the fur'

I. Max.' join. Raini nesday. j S. A. Boyne has returned to the here Tuesday() and Wednesday, is nishlng will cost another 2,000' to
k
I city from Chicago, where he was confined 1 sable to speak. Mr. Swope caught $3,000 and will Include a .full-. .*
75 67 .75. J. W. Thompson 14 Stewart ave
r Saturday a violent cold while in Orlando last OFFICERS
weeks. He
in a hospital for two COMPLETE LIST OF championship billiard table. ,
. 72 tfOMonday ".6U'c nue, does all kinds Picture Framing! reek, which put his throat out qfj i
Sunday 9-2t pd returns much improved in health. AND COMMITTEES WHO WILL I Much worV\ has been done in grad-
. 68 42 j ommisslon.i i the of about seven
ing grounds acre.land
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'; I Tuesday 67 40Wednesday ___ G. B. Woodall ,of Shingle Creek,, I Mr. J. J. Carson, a prominent far. i I i R. II. Ludlam is drawing the plans I MANAGE AFFAIRS OFTHls '\ j I I in its general improvement and 4
of Ga. and of POPLAR CLUB.I
mer Reynolds, brother
will be It i. to fN
done.
was a business visitor in town Wed- more .safe gall
fir five thousand dollar addition to
.. 71 44Thursday a
Messrs. N. B. and C. A. Carson, is ..:
that when the club house; fully furished -
,,4 nesday. V fie Presbyterian Church. The plans
.... 81 59 spending few. days here. :
)'t" ---t and grounds nlceyl laid out and It
i i onsist of a twenty-efght foot wing (Contributed.) I
,.. Friday 81. 69 The store where your dimes last Hon. Joseph ocars: departed on '!I n each side of the church, giving theI I To clear confusion in the mindsof irolf rtourse in playing shape are all ,
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t:. ike dollars-the Dollar Limit Store or Washington to attend I hurch double seating capacity. They I any finished, the total cost, fully paid
..00000000..00000000J I the public statement to
a seems
Journal office. 9-It will be from It
next to Golden $16,000 to 16000.
( the Jubilee of the Knights oe1'ythiac also include extensive alterations of
be to explain the status of '
I necessary
,, end fern; there was on the interior of the church. Thiswork this 'I was only necessary to raise $3,000 of
fo club and that of the parent club,
W. Thurman returned from this which done
Harry amount, was through
Richmond is in charge of the Rev. Withrroo"
to
11 business to Thurs- namely, The Kissimmee Club Com the kindness of Mr. H. A. the
R trip Philadelphia who will begin work as soon Hunter
; : day of last week. I Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Stalker of UK possible. pan The y. Kissimmee I I| president, and there are more than t

r THE LO'CAL FIELD.:1 Jackson, Ala., .expect to return here j! Club Companyowns enough shares unsold to meet thi.
Just arrived full line of up-to-date Fometime in Mach. Mr .Stalker was I I' Something( entirely new in the fine II, the handsome club house now ,I debt long before its maturity.

Picture Moulding at Thompson'a.92tpd. formerly the proprietor and editor cftho of vaudeville is promised Kissimmee I being built, and about seven acres of I I A more permanent course for golf'

Osceola<< Jouiiiat. I heater-goers at the Pastime Theater lake shore front surrounding it. {1 is in the minds of the directors and
"' } 111I1I1 I I onight and tomorrow night when the This land can, and in the future will, ]i this matter 'will be attended to when '
J. P. Middlemas, the man who dug R. IL Ludlam, has Rec- be increased to ten acres by dredging need arises J
- Ira Weatherbee was in town Wed in county surveyor, {Hawaiian: Trio appears there. the
he ditch for the
I nesday. big city was just returned from Homestead fifteen mmendatlons from places where they operations of reclamation along the As the property is just outside the- '
.
, own Wednesday.C. miles southeast of Whittier, lave appeared place them far above lake. Besides owning the club houses city limits the county commissioners ,.

:: J. E. Ivey, of Shingle, was in town A. Cole left on Thursday afteroon where he has been looking the new ,i he average entertainment. If you and grounds; The Kissimmee Club are now having the roadway through ..",. :

.,, Thursday. on a two or three day's business' road over. want to be entertained right pay Company has leased adjoining land the golf course to the club house
'
for Jacksonville. hem a visit. for the purpose of playing golf property graded, and the city. iA
R. E. Ferris, of Tampa, was in rip Mr. and Mrs. Bert Garrett of ) thereon and has laid out a nine-hole through the chairman of the street .. r

town Monday. Don't forget the Lace Sale at lea Campbell Station were in town Tues-I'i The Valley Gazette the recipient course. committee, has agreed to Improve

of Lakeland visited ard at the Dollar Limit Store Monday day. Mr. Garrett has just built a'of a very fine road map of Qsceola In the meantime certain progressive the road Clyde avenue from the A.
,
T. L. Waring, jnew
'; 9 a. m. 9-lt I house in Campbell and contemplates !!- county, compiled from actual survey citizens of the town applied for C. L. railroad to the golf course, so- p'
: the city Mqnday. building some more.: ly order of the county commissioners .charter to form the Kissimmee that automobiles and vehicles of all

.' of in thecity Five-cent Lace on sale at the Dol- 3: R. H. Ludlam Golf Club. These charter members kinds have and quick ac"cess. 'P
G. P. Parker, Tampa, was The Gardner boys pleased to November 1913 by may easy
Tuesday. .. ar Limit Store Monday at 9 a. m., are ;'('county engineer. The map is very )I held their first legal meeting recent. k
9-lt state that they have secured the and elected their officers their xq
br Ic a yard. I and shows the new town of ly and This whole undertaking is bound'o
tomplete
:' F. E. Sloan of Daytona, was in Field Players to play a return enigagement , "associate members," and drew up benefit to ,
half inestimable
I I ennanville ,one mile and a east be of sour 4I
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stute, of Mich- at the Pastime Theater the by-laws which prescribe the rules
town Monday. tf Whittier, and the new railroads. city, inasmuch as we shall possess at
'their cousin March 10 and
have been visiting | 11. r
ean for election to full membership and '
I sale Messrs. Ludlam club house and golf coutse second
I Japs are ;for by a
Orlando in lis. C. W. Stute.Marh I I
Westover of was
.H. the
E _ I The Board of Trade will meet in and Kennedy for $2.50; Glue printsHONOR regulations common to.1 golf to none in the State end what thaCme.ns '
last Friday. dubs. The officers of the Kissimme
the city Bros. sold a brand-new Buick< I regular session Monday night whenit '2.00, to any town is easily apparent -
Golf] Club and the various commit.
L Miss Lewter, of Orlando, spent Saturday art model 25-1914, to the Southerti is hoped the full membership will tees follows I to any business man.

in town. Colonization Company last week. be I present, as matters of much. importance I appointed President-Colonel are as : Sir I I
will be presented. I ROLL i iI Honorary MISSES OVERSTREET '. '
C. W. Huggins: of Tampa, visited E.. Peoples, C. L. Hatch, J. B.I I I Henry I'elfatt. C. V. O. I AND CLARK ENTERTAIK- I }

the ctiy last Friday. ./mery and T 0. Perkins, all Messrs. A. S. Young, of LaGrange, President-Harty A. Hunter.

;Whittier, last Friday in town. I IKy., and (,eo. Gundrum, of Edinburgh -I Of Osceola High School for month Vice-President W. Meiklejon.
spent and Ruth
Cot 1) O. Rogers, of Lakeland, .was.. I I Ind., arrived in the city last I ending February 9th : I General-& Manager-Mrs. R. W.I I Clark Misses entertained Cecilia Overstreet the Epwortbt

Tuesday visitor Isaac AnnLudt, of Albany, N. Y., aj 1|Tuesday, and are looking: over the Meiklejon.
Grade I. Frank Vans League with a Valentine p.rty.t
prominent Shaker registered at :,town and surrounding country. I Secretary-- Agnew.
A. C. Jones of Lakeland, was .in he cry Graystone Tuesday. I A. Division) -Edna UsiTson<< Marie Treaaurer D. Clark. I the Chapter House on Saturday night

town Wednesday. ., i I I The friends of Dick Makinson a J.lf3'Tyer.?' Irene IngrtftSJO<ie Hertzel I Dirf'ctors-llon. Arthur E. DoneIgan thepleasures ef the evening taking' 1-

Don't forget the Dollar Limit Store former resident of this city, who ar- Alma Harting, Elbe [ Crowe David W. T. Makinson H. W. Thur- the form of a "contest," in which the iy
J. C. Hardwick of Tampa, was in the 21st.I.verybody I' C'uyson, howling tfraham, John D. wrote descriptions of their, future -
pens (tomorrow) Saturday, rived here Wednesday are delightedto : man, P. A. Vans Agnew, A. van der boys
the city Monday. will be there. 9-]t see him. Mr. Makinson, who is a Wiley. feersch.. wives and the girls the same oftheir 4
B. Division Louise Young, Ruth to-be lords and m& ten. L. U.
brother of W. B. Makinson, will stay Captain-R. B. Woodham. I
of waR
E. )F. Brantley. Tampa MesHrs. II. II. and L. L. Fertic of here about three weeks. Starling, Christine Gilbert, Helen Committees Zimmerman told the best,story.of then.

visitor on Monday.Illydy I Vhittier, spent Wednesday here reg- Hoyt Winn, Neva Lee Harris, Kim- : 'girl that he ''would like to cook his r.

Walker ,of Whittier was in I stered at the Manhattan. I W. G. Brown and sister Mrs. Ella brough Oliver, Mary Coleman, Olivine Green Committee A. Hamilton meal. and Miss Helen Jones ''of tits "

Wednesday.T. {I.rchitect 1 Tufts of Loughman, spent last Saturday Savage, Arthur Flint, Johnson Dann, ,. Edgar Katz Frank Vans Agnew; qualities she desired the man to poi
town I.
L. Pi-rcival I'utton the Club House shopping in Kixsimmee. Mr. Eustis Peaks, Archie Keys.Grade A. van .der Meersch, Wayne Ward. sass who would keep thegrltinbarre.; .!.
I
Delaney, of St. Augustine was was in town Tuesday, look i Brown states that Loughman is I II. I House Committee-Gay Living full at her home.Refreshments k

\ a Wednesday visitor. nf after the club. i jH. j steadily growing and that a bank has I A. Division-Alice Buzza, Anita I ston, S. L. Lupfer, W. B. Makinson,I of salad punch and

recently been established there. R. W. Meiklejon, E. G. Vans Agnew. cake were _served the following, wtJ.wt're .
I Clay Stanford has painted the Powers, Madge Rivers, Ethel Rogers,
II Brokaw with Griffing Brothers Finance Committee Hon. C. A. P.
. W., I fortunate in being the guests of
which he has Rutherford Nellie
Olive Taylor
fine ceiling, re- I
the tree people. 40-tf new W. R. Harris, editor of the Kis Carson Hon. A. E. Donegan Jno. M. Misses Overstreet and Clark:
Mable Weidler Eddie Bass
in his ', Clyde
store.
ently put simmee Valley Gazette and one of ,I Lee, E. L. Leslie, H. C. Stanford. Misset Nina Brat ton, Laura Thomas {
W. Orchard of Arcadia, visited Harris, Eldridge Harris, Harry Outlaw I
Paul I the livest wires of Osceola county is Tennis Committee H. Bullock
Gus Smith, president of the Dutton- R. D. Thomas Blanche Ingram, Mattie Bell. ,,
Edgar Rogers, ,
,
the city Wednesday. larris Shoe Company, has been ill in the city greeting friends and attending Howard E. Cook:, B. J. Miley.B. C. H. Carson, F. II. Jenkins H. Wade Harris, Mabel Overstreet, Sarah '

W. A. Merton, of Lakeland, was in n bed since last Thursday. I to business.-Tampa Trib tivision-Baseomb Lane, Henry ( Tuckers! A. van der Meersch. Clark, Helen Jones, P..h Clark .I
une. Boating Fishing and Shooting
Sullivan Paul Grubb Will O'Neal, Alberta 'Hobson, Eta Mae Gilbert s'
the city. Tuesday. Mrs. 11. J. Rogero: daughter of Committee-Sir William Mullock, K. Nettie Newton Elsie Norton; Messrs
Lakeland Ar. and Mrs. S. L. Lupfer, with her Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bisonette and Ralph Dombaugh Walter Jones, C. M. G.; W. J. S. Carr, W. B. Harris Earle Buzza, Foster Newton,' Harold
of was a EulaBowen'
Mann Ledbetter
Delia
Z. Bertha
Z. Witz ,
.: wo boys, is visiting her parents.R. daughter, Miss Myrtle of Indianapolis CapU. Clay Johnson, Sr., Farley Lup Buzza, Earle Morrow Albert Hal' I
visitor on Tuesday. Ind. ; Lucile Griffin Marguerite "
are visiting their niece, Mrs. > .
visitor T. Butler has just painted his.J .K. Hilliard and family, of Hil- Duke Ruth Herzburg, Virginia Lesley fer.Ladies' Committee-Mrs. S. H. :]>wer, Earle Cowger,' Harper'Caster,,
Bartow was a Mrav l4
of
Buzza L. V. Zimmerman
A. J. Lewis, Clyde ,
t in town last Friday. house inside and out, and has put new liards Island. They are delightedwith Marie Ogram, Robert Dom Bullock Mrs. W. J. S. Carr, Mrs. a,Zimmerman Mrs. Johnson .)lr. Johnson .

attice work all round, making. a VBTJ; .!" Florida's beautiful climate baugh. 1H.; A, Carson, Mrs. J. D. Clark, Mrs. G, Mr. Vincent Goodrich and, Rev. 'a I
Grade '
Vance of Jacksonville, was In 'andsome effect. B. .Mrs. .W
B. Livingston B.
A. ,
,
Lawler .
S. W.
'
I R. B. Ward, the tree man, who has Ruth Davis, Zelma Bronson Johnnie Mrs. R. W. Meikle M.kln80n.I'I u1_ it; V
Monday. Pati
the city Ed and been building several houses at Hamilton
George and Donegan High Branson, Vivian Ford Margaret Stanford, Miss I. Rev. O. G. Hertzog will preach'at1the

C. C. Carleton, of Plant City,. visit ohnston started by automobile Wed- Springs, on the West Coast, returned Winn, Lillian Rush, Virginia Dann, Collington, honorable secretary and : Presbyterian Church Sunday ,
for Ranch to visit Saturday night. He went back Wednesday Rutherford Sallie
Monday. esday Hopkins Cora Ledbetter
the town
ed assistant manager; Miss Joe Berta :morning at 11 o'clock on the invite'Lion
Job Donegan.The and will return here ir> about Mrytle Savage, Katherine McKay t y
Bryan, captain.The of the pastor, and a cordial in"
of Jacksonville, visited two weeks and his tree work. Calkins I
J. Coston ] Sullivan
i E. resume Alberta Gladys ,
house on the Midland I Directors of the Kissimmee vitation is extended to the p4bli to Y
the Tuesday. packing Noralee Chauncv Robert Buckles F.
city ,
Golf Club have ruled that it will be attend the service.
Railway used by Henry R. Over- An employee of the Western Union S. Ledbetter, Emory Brown Leo J fn '

J. 'Thomas, of Jacksonville, was treet, burned to the ground Tuesday whose name we were unable to I Sneeringer. Gordon Bullock, Claude ,
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a visitor irv town Monday. aidnight. learn, while working at Campbell McAllister Joseph Bass, Sidney Phil- {t ;
I'Station. cut his foot severely with an Julian I !; :/
of Whittier, C. 0. Newlon, of Shingle Creek, lips, Langford.Gr.de
Julian Montsdoca axe. He was rushed up to town in <
spent Thursday in town. vas in town Thursday, on his way to a hurry and his foot was dressed by IV.
he mid-winter fair and Winter Gar- Dr. L. W. Wign. A. Division-George Reeves Vera DIXIE THEATRE :

Fred M. Dalton, of Tampa. was a den. Johnson, Gladys Gri6'lnL Eldrid Flint, .

visitor to the city Monday.Mrs. W. B. Crawford left Monday for Leak Herzberg, Vera ) Kenneth .
Mr. and Mrs. Desmond Little, of Fort ?Myers, Bradentown and Tarpon Bronson, Etta May Sahi, Edna ,1 \

Ella Marquis, of Bartow, visit- Jarcoossee, spent Sunday the guests Springs to attend the annual me'!t- Bass, Lewis Hirtzel, Lee Churchwell COMING ATTRACTIONS I

ed the city last Friday. ,f Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Meiklejon.Mr. n s'of the Fort Myers tee and Elec- Roberta Roliff, Verner Hart.B. '4
tric Electric Company Division-Frank Reed Archie THIS WEEK-"Summer. & Erno ..eoin Song and Humor. 'r 1
J. S. Arnold, Jr., of Jacksonville James Carson who has bees Tarpon Bass Satterfield Ruth
and Springs Ice end Dorothy ,
.was in the city Saturday. isiting his brother. C. A. Carson, Electric Company.V. Hertzel, Velma Hudson, Nancy Mum. NEXT WEEK Skelley-Mack-Mtrtin Trio: the Greatest Singing

I Br., left for Jacksonville Sunday.C. and Dancing Act in the South.
f1 H. G. Seiver will open a new officein J. Lasher, of Johnstown, N. Y., Fifth GradeA. r
the Thurman building. J. Massee of Marshallville Ga., valued subscriber to the Gazette, Division-Thelma Gilbert,, Nellie "VICTORY"-A Great Five-Reel Naval Picture Made by UK Aid 'I

is here visiting his reltives N. B. arrived in the city Wednesday to Bowen, LilUan Harris Carleon Bryan, and Permission of the U. S. Navy. .
mid-winter
.x. F.. S. Gilbert went to the nd i,. A. Carson.J. spend several weeks. Mr. Lasher iean Harriet Buzza, Gladys Howell, Alma t.

f ai> at Orlando Tuesday. enthusiastic booster for Kissim .Cooper, Verena Fonts, Fred Howe, "QUO VADIS"-A Magnificent Eight-Reel Produetfcn of the Ceo. v t
W. Harris, of the DuttonHarrishoe George Dietz, Abie Johnston, Elmer i
Miss Gladys Johnson, of Lough- Company will return tomorrowrom i his mee Northern and says ne friends never of tires the of delightsof telling Bass.B. Kleine Company. -. !I I'

man, was in town Tuesday. Lakeland, where he has been Division-Frankie Woodall
wintering here. OUR MUTUAL GIRL"--Seriet of Pictures Will Start Soon. r
shoe sale. Weidler John Graham Elmo
passed onducting a Wesley ,
of ,
Claud Baker, Wednesday.Mrs. Tampa. Peter Hartenstein, of Principes Furnace Griffin, Dorothy Roberta, Lucille "THE SWISS BELL RINGERS" Playing Twenty-Five Different Instrument -

through the city: Eggersgluess and Riedel has just Md., is in the city for a month's Whidden Mabel Ploetz, Frances *. A Real Musical Treat

J. D. Wamsley registered at reeled a large electric sign for the visit with his nephew W. B. Makinson. Kritz, Ruby Grace Bass, Csrmmie '\-
the Graystone last Friday. nights of Pythias on the outer wall Mr. Hartenstein had not been Johnson. "DIXIE" Quality Attractions. j

f the lodge room.C. I'I here for the past two years, and was Sixth Grade.A. "

H. T. Calloway, of Macon, Ga., wasa of urprised to find so many substantial Division-Charlie Low Jessie WATCH FOR fHEM. I Y

Tuesday visitor to the city. H. Mallets representative I Improvements made since his last Bowen, Miriam Munger, Percie Oliver .
eninsula Fertilizer Company, of.visit. Alberta Anderson.B. I
Earle D. Philips of Fernandina, was 'ampa, registered at the Graystone Division-Harold Flint. .

h.b..viaitor in the city last Friday. aturday. ,, Rev. Father Fox,' of Orlando, will Seventh Grade.A. .

come to Kissimmee Saturday, February .
S Rev.) and Mrs. L .E. Livermore Col.! J.E.. Ingram, of St. Augustine, : 21. Devotion and confession at Division-Alice May Cummins.B. .

at St. Cloud.L. vice-president of the Florida East Division-Stratton Story, Mabel R11 .
spent Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Mass at 8 o'clock Sunday U F r :
in the Wed- Bowen. *
city
oast Railway, was :
School
Amadieu of Jacksonville regis- esday. ,I morning. Sunday at 11 Eighth Grade. '" ;'rom;
o'clock.
tered at the Graystone Monday.The I Rosary) sermon and enedictio Christine Ivey Katherine Jackson )l'll'm.' 1S AD ,nuN''eecrMUTTON ;

Josh Kilgore, W. D. Lummis, H. J. nat 7:30 Sunday evening.W. Sadie Bryan, Flora Weidler Margaret ,'\; A K ;

work on the new Thurman ohnston and Charles Robson, all of I W. Bell of Norwood, 0., who Stanford Gertrude McKay FO R roM-LAK8' rt ,"
building is being rapidly pushed. oront Can., registered at the 'Charlie Rogers, Bradley Harris.
I is spending several weeks here im- ......-.-. '
FUTURE
C. E. Buckley, of Narcoossee, registered .raystone Saturday.Mrs. proving his property: at Shingle Creek, Ninth Grade. MEAT6RAvsns6'

at the Graystone Tuesdy. E. S. Beeland endured a pain-I!brought to this office on Monday aBpe.r Harold Hirzberg, Gladys Casler, -'

ul operation on Monday when a II of wheat over three feet in :Elsie Dietz, Ethel Lee, Laura 6.f E RE"C ...e ;I : .
James A. Berry; Whittier, registered hngth. Mr. Ball planted a small plat'Thomas. j: NAMA .
vhitlow was removed from her right Foe Qecevsa O. .". 789 .?,2 ''
Tenth
wheat last Grade.
at the Graystone Monday.The in November just as an
and.P. I experiment, and stated tha tthis phenomenal Parah Clark Frank Calkin Mau-

Valentine dances last week atStein' growth had been made since ,rine Dann, Katheline Baerden Marie j'\\ :
A. Vans Agnew, who left Thurs-, FOREQUARTER OF LAME can be served by separating the ;,
Hall were a great success.M. Jacksoonville St. Auustine that time. ]Bo de, Helen Bass, Celeste Moseley
week for
sy ]Lillian PrentissOrpha Rose. shoulder part from the breast and ribs. This is done by passing the J. r "
Miami and Key West, re
M. Miller, of Drew-Miller Co., Wednesday morning.S. ; Miss Lena Lord, ,jwho so efficiently Eleventh Grade. knife under and dividing the ribs C D E. Cut through the .kln. then "
urned
early
was a business visitor on Thursday. managed the Woman's Shop prior to Mildred Winn. raise with a little. force the shoulder into which the fork should be +:t

Lewi. Johns, an old-time residentof H. Bullock and son, Bob, had ay's its destruction has accepted by fire a action few in weeks the Twelfth Grade firmly set. Divide the ribs from the brisket by cutting from A to B. t
t
the Shaker ago ayo
in pasturen
Whittier was in town Saturday. hunting Nellie Calkins, Alice Stete, Harold the ribs from F G and I
Cave to the brisket
Saturday.\ A very good bag waz
H.* S. Todd, who has been ill tort..o ecured. and 'will her duties ,.'
assume Monday
recovering.Gay
three ii now
or days, Miss Bessie Stute, accompanied by morning1. During her managementof TYPEWRITERS cleaned and re- Had A Uttle Lamb l-8

Livingston went down to Roalie I her cousins Mr. and Mrs. Henry the Woman's Shop Miss Lord paired; 26 years' experience 11' in But W.'FfI Anxioaa Von should Know l$ .

Tuesday and 'returned the next I Btute:: of Michigan, leave today fofpt. mad many friends, whom she hopes Florida, D. C. Baldwin Park of Jack That Mary {linN SoW it Here-Twaa Born toe Long Age. '
sonville. Now at the Hotel
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day.t I: ., Petersburg", returning Sunday. will visit her in her new ,position. city. -lt pJFOR . ,."

W. Morris Gregory and wife, of
fWlnter Haven, were in the city SatJ J FOR SALE-Kissimmee Dairy. Ap- ]FOR SALE-Kissimmee Dairy Apply SALE-Kissimroee Dairy.. Ap- RULL ,

,.,.'SXirday.' >ly to.M. Story. -ltpd to M.; Story. .9-ltpd plyto M. Story. rltPd Broadway .

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;':A.:: THE [ KISSIMMEE, VALLEY 'GAZETTE_ ." 'FRIDAY,, 'E..UA.T.2.'I: !t


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iVAri.; J crop: rotations changes will'l need to, be of (his committee, within 'two dare EEG18TRATION''BOOKB. . .OPEN.
.. STOMACH ... .
AMOUNTS E EN OUR [ made every, two or three .weeks. : thereafter shall certify .the.names of -' ,
'ltr Fall-sown, rye," spring oats and those candidates ,receivl'nw the nomination Supervisor( of Registration, C: W.

SUFFERERSMaur't r.. vetches or, pea.;,, rape, .cowpeas. soy for any,oft ice to-.the city authorities Griffin has appointed his denitjUs I/,'
A I bea'iui, crimson ,or Japan clover, planted of Kissimmee as the nominees the several precincts: 'and the books-)''

lM aur-.Wonderful Stomach Ie"' i -at. proper /Intervals.:, will furnish ,of this party for'.the' offices to are now open for all who ,'
FLORIDA RAISING fresh pasturage at times desired. be voted for at the general electionto ister. All voters will be required'
Is Recommended and Praised by A\' Some. of the land can'''be used twice be held March 28, 1914. register. if they desire to' participate '

, Ttoauads Who Have i.I Ta year, as by having',one planting: ..Assessments. in the primary, regardless of whether.
Been Restored"I of rape -upon--the- rye ground..* 'The For the purpose' of defraying the they have, regi.tered..befo. or 'not

was a akk nun far WILL GET OF' SHEEP cultivation of the land, destroys all expenses of the primary 'election in- Books are In the'hands'of, the following .
abeul Lbe. enontbeeauard Infection (from prevfous .pasturing. cludingthe. payrnentn'of'' Inspector deputies in the various pr .'
from Gall StoMa .
Under such a system of cropping and printing; ballots etc .
cincts "
ot.tb. Liver and.waa told
I Iby throe of our moat prom. grazing the land 'will'improve, aI ,the the following-> are ieviedaplnst No., 2--Bhillele ;Creak; George, 'c.j i iBranson.
tr ae f Inent phvaieiana that Iwould manorial value of the crops is practically prospective candidates for .' ".;
( have to submit, to all left upon the land and la the various offices to be filled. Lanier.y

-Ian bolt operation heard of your to art Wond.r.relief For Work On Its Rivers very evenly distributed. Like the boll Mayor, three dollars. No.No. 4.8..c..mpbell/-St. loud .A. E. Drought,-?
On Farms 'In The Southrn
"ful Stomach' Remedy and weevil ,the stomach worm was considered ?: Clerk, three dollars. No 6.-Lanler, 1"oung: TlndalL, '-4
...,,,red a 'till treatment
J dollars.
r. to be whollyan evil thing until Treasurer, three
No. 6._Whittier
took according to Randalph Young,
and
I ]
i r directfona! of and Cittf paaaedhundred Stones, and Harbors States prevention it was found and 'circumvention that the methods were of dollars.Marshal and tax collector;, three No. 7.. Basslnger, JV. ,It Walker..;

h Since, taking your medicine also the best methods for economical Members city council, one dollar.
,! work regularly and
' ., .toe"t'' feet any ill eflecla. I am pia.sing 1 production.In Inspectors. NOTICE TO VOTERS. 1..
t " your Remedy, to all my frienda.. I think ire,i IKKSSIMMKK: 'RIVER COMES IN AS RANGES ARE REACHING most parts of' the South ewbs The following inspectors and clerk ,
'F j. worthy of the hilriieit praiee B. I. 1KM>> Novemberor conduct the The registration books for OsceoliCounty
lambs in
will their to
drop hereby designated
I are
ir.T. Roe a ae> Va. FOR 47,11(10.( WILL GIVE PERMANENT ; THEIR LIMIT OF PRODUCTION .
Sufferers of Stom.ch. Liver. and Int.alinal I December. Stomach worms are said primary election. : will open the first Monday in
I'
"_onth. before 1 Htoaaarh they feel Hemmly.......liteel.for wreka|uat and tryens TER ROUTE TO GULF PROFIT BV INCREASED months. Also rape and other for- N. Bratton, J. M. Johnston; clerk, J. March, 1914. . to
done 7 which should make you feel better AND OCEAN. DEMAND. furnish good winter feed if W. Prentis. Books will be open in all precincts: .,
in health convince you that you will"' son!! panted early enough to make a fair G. H. NEWHOUSE, in the county. y
tra enifferini well and and strong give free a you'sound from. and pain healthy sat'r growth before the coldest weather. Chairman.W. C. W. GRIFFIN. i

Stomach, aa it has done you in thouaanda of other ( By WINFIELD JONES.) Washington, D. C., Feb. 17.-The Lambs marketed in March or April C. BASS, Supervisor of Regtsh.9')

.j nothing canes Wherever but the highest it .ia taken pr.....you Go will to yourdniKiriit hear Washington, p. C., Feb. 1.f.-Ji"lor- consumption of mutton per capita in sell at a premium because of the mar- .:.*3..:::::,r,!

-aek him ihout the (treat reaulla!! it ida appropriations in the rivers and the United States Is increasing every ket scarcity of genuine spring lambsat ---
baa been accnmnlmlting" in raeea people he I that time of the.year.To .
't harbors bill, made public today are:
knowa or send to Cicn. If. Mat" / Chem- year, though the amount used is
Ill for Worth with each estimate. I Protect from ri'
tot IS4I56Vliilin. St. Thiraito. a Sheep Dog
less in to other meat
much proportion
free hook on Stomach Ailments and many Fcrnandina Harbor and en- .
Grateful letter from. .people who bare been trance through Cumber- I than in Europe.: There are good rea- I The dog question is a serious one a ,

restored. land Sound _______________$ 5,000St. sons for expecting a continuation of in many sections, and better slate '
For Sale In KjsBlmmce! By Johns River between good prices for mutton and lamb, and I legislation is needed to protect flocks..

Jacksonville and the oc an_ 300,000 I'the demand for wool also may be expected from the ravages of worthless curs. IN

J. Z. ROBERSONAnd !Deep Creek n ___________ 9,000 to increase more rapidly than Woven wire fences will turn dogs.
: Druggists Everywhere.fiHICHESTER Lake Crescent v and Du'nus i I the production. These facts are I While it is expensive to fence large STOCKRRSAWS \,

J Creek _________ 1,000 brought out in 6 recent letter from a pastures in this way, smaller fields!
Oklawaha- -River---- n___ 175,0001 I scientist of the department of agrir ,devoted to forage crops Will carry th RRSAWS STKAM FEEDS
KisBimmec River uu__ 47.000 culture to a Southern farmer who inquired flock in a more healthy condition and Ma.TCltKRS SKL.F FEED RIP
PILLS
s CaloosHhatchee River un____u- 27.000 I regarding the possibilities of require much"' less outlay for fencing. TOM Kit ROGERS TRIMMERS

_" 4.1..1 A.k / n.ANl:Na *> Tampa Bay _un_n___n__ 6,000 I' the sheep business. The whole forage crop area can be PEItK'N' SIIINQLH' MACHINERY
: r.rn: :
-
1'ht.km.t.rs I'lit.I. aed ..I ...t. .....lIk St. Petersburg Harbor1,600 The department's specialist' called fenced and lower portable fences u"eij'r KXJINK!' "f to 40 m. SAWMILLS

boon.. .,..1..1 ..sank.. 8''... "M.aIi -. v Boca Ceiga Bay _______u__ 10,700 attention to the fact that while farm- confining the sheep to the particular BOILERS, up to 4Q .... ?....-Liabt and HeSAWIlfST ._
r !' Eo.' ....4.N.AM.c. HMJT'iri.<-iiV Cjr*"-.Irr:.a I Channel from Clearwater raised sheep have often not been profitable crop ready for grazing.It CONVEYORS BLAH C'ANVBYORS!

r .yon know' ...BeM.8'fax,PILI-M Alw.r.,.R Mr....as.... Harbor and Boca Ceiga this has usually been becauseof is seldom that the highly bred GASOLINE ENGINES STEAM FEEDS
i, "t SOLO BY' DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE Bay to Tampa Bay________ 3,000 lack of proper attention and man an dwell-kept dogs attack sheep. LATII MILLS STAVE! MILLS
Anclote River _______-_____ 22,000 agement. Variations in price of wool I The roving non-descripts do most of OISSTON SAWS
Crystal River 10,000 and mutton have stood in the way of the damage. Communities in which
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SAW BITS t all *
t I 0000000086000044040t Withlocoochee River uu l.OPO( such general interest in sheep, as the majority of people consider sheepto T saws

Apalachicola Bay __un____ 25.000 would cause them to he regarded as I be of more importance than dogs SHAF-TINQ PULLEYS BOXES '
t LEWIS RYAN St. Andrews Bay ____nn__ 60,000 I highly as they should be in the fu- will have a sentiment that is not BELTING, 4 ajraijea-a .e1laia t. beat
Channel from ApalachicolaRiver ture. Ranges all over the world are healthful for dogs that travel inde- LOG. CHAINS CANT HOOKS TONGS }

f r ATTORNEY AT LAW to St. Andrews Bay 65,000'' now carrying about as many sheepas pendently. EVERYTHING FOR TUB

: ', Apalachicola River, includ- I' they can support under a strict SAWMILL
ing the Cut-Off, Lee I range system and an increase in the Write) forPALACE

"' r SPECIALIZING IN Slough, lower Cupola River I production of sheep products must e P 'Ioes
t and the upper Chipola I come mainly frdm farms. Here then, GALL FOR WHITE PRIMARY -I I r
J' ABSTRACT River from Marianna to its is the farmer's opportunity 'to take

mouth _____ _ unn__ 15,000 advantage of the increased consumption .,, t p
I AND Holmes River ____u_______ :1,000 of these products. ELECTIONThe

b t t. Blackwatcr River u_u__u 5,000 While mutton can be produced at
TITLE WORK Narrows in Santa Rosa low cost and there is a growing de-

__ __ __ _____ _
I i. Sound u u u 5,000 mand for it, difficulty in sellirp; may
TATS BANK SLDO.sHt Removal of water hyacinthsfrom be experienced in sections where the city executive committee of the
waters in Florida amount of live stock produced has "white man's party" met yesterday
DRUG STORE Inc.
\ I I and formulated the follow-
afternoon
.00000460900000000r Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana not been sufficient to make it worth ,
and Texas _______ 25,000 while for regular buyers to operate. ing call for a "white man's primary:
1 I The executive committee of the SAM G. RAGSDALE Pres. aad Mgr.
Florida and Alabama ______ 25,000 Slaughtering plants that can handle city
.0000.00000.00000000000000 Escambia and Conecuh carloads are within reach of all sections "white man's party" in the city of "THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORB"PHONE

Rivers __hh _unn_ 15,000 and if a sufficient number of : Kissimmee hereby call and provide for
THEm of "white man's" No. 41 FREE DELIVER
i neighbors combine to have one hun- holding a primary '
be held in the of Kil-
election to city ,
,
drdd lambs similar breeding, size I -- -- -
c----
--
--
ManhattanHotel and condition to ship jointly the re- simmee in compliance with the laws ,
I of the State of Florida, said primaryto
turns are assured. It will also be
,:', I PRESIDENT possible to secure visits and bids be held during the hours fixed by PRESCRIPTION WORKis

______ ___ __ from buyers when such a number is law for the holding; of elections on
+ Saturday, March 7th, 1914, for thenomination the teat of a drug store'
& I promised. The lamb clubs of Ten- supreme
.t Special Attention to of candidates for elect- "
city
nessee, notably the one at Goodletts-: character. Our Prescription Department 4'
ive offices to be voted for at the
; ',' the Traveling Public STRUCK A ville have successful in gen-
proven very : eral city election to be held in said is run on the principal that your
this work. : of Kissimmee Saturday March doctor knows what he wants when he
', Just. across;; the square from I city on ,
t'A. The same'organization can also be 28, 1914. writes his directions and that it Is our
'
C. L.
DepotKISSIMMEE used in disposing of the wool.
I Qualifications of Electors. duty to follow them to the very letter.
FLA. in I
HIGH NOTE In countries where economy
I Those and those shall Bring your prescriptions here and you
,) farm management has!' been studied a only persons,
long time the sheep is considered to I be permitted to vote at, or participatein will make the doctor's wont surer and

W be necessary in utilizing vegetationon the management of said primary quicker. "

4 such waste lands as are not wet election who are white elctors, who ,
i; fr or marshy. But the sheep can hold declare their adherence to the principle -- .
On The Question of Mer its place on high-priced land as a and organization of the "white man I"
M. TILLER ? meat producer alone. Compared with party .in the city of Kissimmee who PALACE DRUG STORE Inc. ,:

larger animals it has ,some important are by the laws of the city of Kls81r ,
C : Real state Agency.NNNNNNNN chant MarineSAYS lawful electors who have SAM C. RAGSDALE Prei. and ',
r advantages. First, the lambs ma mee on or Mrr.
-I Lure very rapidly, being marketableat before February 1.4 1914, paid their "THE PRESCRIPTION DRUGSTORE"
.
.....
\ four months of age or later according poll taxes for the years 1912 and 1913, ,
and sold. to breeding and feeding. who have registered up to and Includ- PHONE No. 41 FREE DELIVERY
Realty bought HE WILL GIVE IT HIS PERSONAL
March 6 1914 and who
This is an economy because a larger ing pledge
a 4s Houses rented. ( ATTENTION=" AT CONVENING I proportion of the total feed goes into themselves to abide by the result of

Taxes paid and Titles ver- I OF :NEXT' ) SES. increase of weight than in slower j said primary election and vote for the

? ified for non-residents. SHIN) ) OF CONCRESS. growing; animals Second, the sheep nominees theroof at the ensuing city
v Fire. Life and Accident; Insurance. -, I consumes" a greater variety of plants election. i

,'y; fA h' *j Indemnity. Bonds. M I than plants do are other detrimental animal Many to pasturesand of such I Those Qualifications, and only those of Candidates.persons, shall D. G. IROHER G I INSUIIIIHOE HOEHGY.

hand
would otherwise require be ...
WasHington, I). C., Feb. 12.-At I permitted to become candidates for e. ..
fr the White House today President labor to hold them in check. Third, offices to be voted for in said primary

.... Wilson conferred with a ommittee: I grain wV,te in harvesting can he .'n- elections who pledge themselves in Successor to Artkur E. DoDefan Agency i
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r from the Southern Commercial Congress tirely recovered by sheep. These i!I writing abide by the resultant said
Room No. 9 Second floor Citizen Bank Phone 246
facts prompt some farmers to claim primary* elections and the Building.
composed of Senator Duncan ) support
U.) Fletcher j'I that the summer ;food of sheep costs :I nominees thereof who
S..8ULLOCK of Florida president; ; are qualified
I
!)r. Clarence J. Owens, managing director I nothing because what they consume I under the laws of the State of Florida r
& and Mr. Bernard N. Baker, of I would otherwise bring no returns. i I and city of Kissimmee to hold of- General Insurance Business, representing, the strongest and most l

Baltimore, who has just been namedas ? shipS mfwyp pamfwypapapajp : fice. Reliable companies. eII
REAL ESTATE chairman of the committee on for 'Compared with hogs the sheep has List of Offices To Be Filled. '
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% % %" eiftn relation of the congress.At an advantage'in the wider variety of Each elector in the city of Kissimmee We will continue. the Business of the Arthur E. Donegan Agency. i

INSURANCEfxaminatlon' the fifth congress held in Mo- I materials it consumes. Being a I I qualified to vote in said primary without chance-Your patronage is respectfully solicited. t U
, t reminant it makes its gain with a election shall have
son ,the whole question of the relation minimum of grain and expensive con paid primaries for:

of Titles a of the United States to the I centrates. This 4ia especially impor- One candidate for mayor. ,
K Panama Canal, Latin-American and' tant on soma Southern lands that are One candidate clerk.
t world commerce was discussed. Resolutions better adapted to the production of One candidate for treasurer. qSUPERIOR'
Specialty. I, \ were adopted pledging the forage crops than to grain growing. One candidate for marshal and ta'C
' Southern Commercial Congress to a i Like the hog the sheep has its pe- collector.
Correspondence Solicited. I
. I strenuous. campaign in the interestof culiar ailments which sometimes re- Two candidates for members of city
i-Mkn _" -1.- our tra relations and the establishment sult in Iou as well as discouragement. council for two years each. SERVICECOURTEOUSTREATMENT ,

r* ttljour merchant maiine.: Unlike the ailments of the Five members of the executive com-
I sheep are ordinarily not contagious, mittee for
The conference the I one year
at White House
,; .C.W.GRIFFINStaple '"was with regard to the merchant marine I nand the means necessary to preven- Time for Qualifying.Eac .
I tion are the same as should be adopted -
and was for the purpose of informing for the most economical produc- -porson desiring to have Ills
n
i the president of the campaign I tion even in health. name printed on the primary election I't
) and Fancy which has been outlined by the menace ballot as a candidate for any city of- \
t+ I Southern Commercial! Congress. The most serious to con- fice shall file with the chairman of
tinuous thrift in the flock is the IL
rr J pro Owens, managing director of of internal pres- this committee, on or before February URGLARS entered a is
\ GROCERIES the Southern Commercial Congress, ence parasites, chiefly 24, 1914 his notice of candidacy and
stomach The !
worms. of the
stated that the congress coincides eggs application to have his name so printed private'hometheother-
stomach B
worm are dropped the I
r with President Wilson in the desirability with the feces upon upon a blank to be furpished by
ground from infected
r. of the repeal of the law with I'I the chairman of this committee and but
i The small night val-
sheep. swallowed
FaeeUvfrY to an Parts regard to Panama Canal tolls, and < with the wornn three are four- accompanied by the amount of his assessment got no
that it is the opinion of the congress grass or as specified below and no
r i4 a of the'CityECGERSGLUESS I that one of the basic needs is with I,and days reach after hatching the stomach.from the Stomach eggs, name of any such candidate shall be uable jewelry as it f

r j regard to.n international under- printed upon or counted or return d

: I standing especially between Germany I, large worms numbers are frequently as to draw present so in heavily such if printed upon any such ballot, unless was kept in a safe deposit

I England and the Uinted States, from the circulation this provision shall have been .
to
-- -- as cause
with regard/ to pools on the part of complied with. vault.
emaciation and
finally death of the
,.
steamship lines that in disobedienceto lamb. Mature sheep ate much less Form of Ballot. f 1

& RIEDEL our own laws, have developed a'' affected by these worms, though they The voting in,said primary elections Yes Your Valuables are Safe when placed t

power operation that of Will prevent American the successful ]I usually scatte.the eggs shall be by first and second choice bal- in our Fire and Burglar Proof Vault. ;.
any controlled
I Keeping the'flock upon crops sown lot, in compliance with the provisions .
COMPETENT CARPENTERS tion.line not a part of such a combina upon'plowed land prevents infection.' of the State primary laws, and the Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent- :'' T

u' andCABINET j i Such practice also 'furnishes the name of the candidates for each of-

MAKERS President Wilson struck a high note'+greatest amount of feed from each,. on the ballot in alphabetical order $2 and $4 Per Year '
rf1w '". of statesmanship in his statement acre and the kind and variety pf food ,on the ballo tin.'al h.betlcal order.
,t /fFlrst-CUss Upholsterer. Employed which in effect was that with' the upon which sheep thrive but; Plow, Caavaas,sf Returns.

t'1" :'We' Are IT In Oar Baalness.. beginning of the next session of'Con ing the land prevents danger from''l This committee 4ha1J..lDeet at eight 4
l } grass h. will be haRPY in that he will stomach: worm eggs dropped upon it. o'ctodl'p' m, on the 7th day f March Arthur E. Donegan P. K. tit w
\ WORK WELL DONE I be able to give his attention to many In warm weather the flock should bel 1914, firJthe dty\council chamber of Weaver = T

i measures, and among them will be moved to fresh ground every ten days I the city of"m..tIllmM.,"and pobllUy: ;:;.. President. ,Cashier.PAGE ., I
'REASONABLE CHARGES, thequeatioa'ofthe merchant marine. or'two 'Weeks to-prevent Infection of canvass the returns,. m/> accordance ., ,.... .)
;* His position is that there are many Iamb by larvae from eggs dropped I with the primary election law of'Florida oot .. ,

ft CtLff* :; I }, PHONE 21S. I questions that, all parties hold in from the ewes? If: lambs are by I and declare: what candidates have _
J ? common in the field of constructive'' themselves the time between chancelmi been,nominated foL, each o<<.ice.TOted) P

lEA-.H.> legislation.' . ,, t be longer i but In roost. forage i;t fort and. {"thf chairman. :and: secretary: d 1
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I considerable' .woods ii ii" ,
no' severe cold I Center II
Orange f'
WJUttier'I ,
: burning fresh Is now going will on and appear'and ere long. ., \ i r.
young grass '
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her flesh.. .
the poor cow can regain .
i.i.The I political horizon has not 'yet j II'I If'there'Yre those who doubt for a 11 '. 1 "''t '
.ather'conditions.hav.-been of "beamed out with sufficient distinctness minute that Florida, and the 'coun.I '
F which might be termed Mexlarm. .11 I candidate ties of and Osceola I I ...t ". . ',' 11', .,". ,,. ry', ., '. \ ..;;i iY Yi
in
cool the frees to show up the coming I Orange particular ',- "....:" '\ .,. _.., ,-. ,'''''" i ...1.1. 1:!
and ] ,l' '. (Off', j"
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i .rumors are afloat concerning I are not akin to' the land of I ,1- ,J' '
been' paned. FIorldiaiM con- ,. ., ;', ue
ig milk and '
dread certain partieswho desire to serve honey, they have but' to'' ., ;,. ( ., ;11'I J
that they have naught to I
and'the' Democratic !
the' party
people'
at'way. during the present win- but nothing reliable has yet been fur Or-lando. I ''.:.,. .\ : ',-, .,, ,.. ;,'), '-4, .
I! ( ,
L 12th the latest t
being
February .. r : \
full nished. J .' ...':. "r'; ( " \' '.
for that commodity the The drainage proposition appears lievers, of' the most skeptical The .. "JI:" ; .,
on on' the 10th indicated a cool of the We ( from 'of I II .' ,' ,' ."< "!t'H.} .- ,,lJ'...... ..t :', ,
with to' be a thing paat. hope displays every part each .. ... ,*-'...... ',' ;;."
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that' passed - tIt ( IYi"
by ai period 1 'i'
that the next legislature will so regulate I county-: shows that no-one particularlocality I '. '\.'t". ':" )!.. "!\ "jf I .':::1:1J :,! '.
.even: AI light. frost.noears\: are this law. that .we can all favorit. can put anything overon I ,:., ':". .. \J ",I,.,;) ... .
talned. A realization of what the future I another'. It would certainly be' hard I ,. ,-.1.\ ...t'.
orida sunshine .will now predomwith' ". '
has in store for ut we cannot at present I for a stranger to make a mistake in I N'f I'I
occasional tool invigoratepeople appreciate, but look forward to the selection of a place to live and
a' will only serve to the future hoping for the best. I make a living.: Choice of locality 1
them to
and cause move With the wish that the Valle Gazette would )have to be made from the 1

tenahsvllle ut.tnore briskly. the head), its owneD editor.and all con- points of development. price of I
continues nected therewith be lands. AI! lother conditions
may as prosper are ap I ,
railroad serious
|tre for traffic no of ous as Madam Rumor prophecies for parently the same. If there is any . '. y
felt account
tmvenience is on its our little berg, is the wish of better place to live than right here, it I !Ii ?
in fact
flee from our berg, ; our REX. has not yet been discovered and I am . ...
pIe prefer it as it is, as we are aIred ,
convinced that if we who are fortunate
,
,,peaceful, quiet people whobeen r '
enough' to live here, ever find a > 't rx
,
travel about ,
accustomed to better place, it will only be when we :
miles overland before reaching hall have been called higher.
Dt. Wagon from Fort Drum andDunding II Apopka III IIIMr. E. J. Keene accepted up orders for I"

country are hauling 1,200 trees for the nursery represented .
localities from this
ds to those him from the of Orange
by planter
onIts: lack of connection withr Cento last week. I that '
city\ ; Is severely felt and is draw- .. and Mrs. George Roberts arrived don't sound ehT guess e
a portion of your trade from this Sunday evening from St. Petersburg good, I Iifi
It of the county. The pecessity and are the guests of her fright Two Saturday light frosts and gave Sunday us a night little, George Blackstone Irving, a l lecturer; of national i
I brother, Mr. G. Hared and wife.
road is
a connecting so greatt
| cannot" conceive why some en- Mr. H- C. Miller, representing the but melons nobody did not was feel hurt.the cold.Our water Is reputation and "Better- wn_ Promoter" by p '

.
arising railroad men don't take Florida Metropolis, was a visitor in
in hand. last Friday in the interest of Irish potatoes are going in by the has called ofesI"sion 't*:
ull'thing' Bass has his son 'Clyde andthel'inIaw ,that Apopka paper.Editor score about now. This is where written a book "My Town, .the

Journegan, on the T. M. Byars, in company such T. things L. Stewarts'are raised Bermuda too. onions s sage' of which he states is "Buy at Home." l'
'
Vve' Drwdy purchase. They havee with his mother, Mrs. Mary Byars, started from mighty little seed, and !Ii
work In, and his sister Mrs. E. J. Willough- ,
to earnest to prepare in spite of the drouth last fall just Springfield [Mass.;] board of'trade awarded Mr.. Irving'a'
_
J this year's crop. It is not deflnite- a trip to MU Dora last after they were planted, they look I

known, that'when gentleman or where is Beave taking will his Mr.Friday R. L.afternoon Howard.in an auto with like time a one bigger piece the of place.money every tfi a prize of- $500' for "the plan submitted for? promoting x 4 ''

time to find a suitable place.re Mr. C. B. Laws, who has been Beal H.passes Wilson, of Kansas City, the interests" of their He has studied the .
several here left
localities city.
are so many almost spending days I Mo., was a most interested visitor to I 'I""

Im hin our it immediate is hard tell vicinity on a Bommell.Thursday night for the East Coast at Orange Center from Thursday of last in this and abroad he
that to just which 4 week to Monday of this week. Mr. subject country Consequently
I
choo... It will be about the first Miss Sallie Cotton of Versailles Ky. I
is Land Co.
Wilson with the
1 dered.x March. before final judgment is !I came panied in her Thursday father,night Mr. and George accom-T. of Kansas City, and Munger came down to, knows what he is writing about, and the following '

see how Florida land looks. Mr. Wilson -
is stttl domiciled with L. B. Cotton to his home in Kentucky. Mr. was a strong advocate before his quotations make a strong advertisement for the ,: 'li

ve) Drawdy awaiting the next Cotton has spent four years here and trip, but he might be described now ., *
ve with considerable interest. has been in failing health for the past "
as a "Howling Booster, for he ia "
will be few weeks decided that he ing-at-Home movement : BUY-I"
pat place next boomed by and want- chock full of Florida.L. .
I sirrepressible" Drawdy is not ed to return to his Kentucky home, J. '
Munger formerly 'Orange
(itively known, his wife in the where he could be with his family. Center, and now of Hunter, Mo., wasa I Iifi "Every citizen of A community, farmer, laboring man, a
ntime holds the fort with an in- They'left on Saturday morning for his
welcome visitor. Mr.
Munger en- sional Utan-eoclt and all 'owe a heavy debt to their town. Altogether -
,
try and perseverance excelled bye old home in Versailles, Ky. | joyed shaking hands with old friends. .
ly'
and equalled\ by few. Miss Misses Margaret Zepp and Bessie lie returned to his Missouri home too many citizens are objects of charity from their fellow ,

}mie hap without dispute, the fin- Rutledge were in Orlando the latter| Wednesday after a day in Orlando.Mr. I citizens in accepting community prosperity' and enjoyments without -
j boy child in the county, and never part of the week having dental work Munger is not weaned away Y; 4''
Is a devoted mother more worthy done. I from Florida, and still pines for the Efitfi giving value received. Yii""A .
Just a child. Miss Mamie's housed The Apopka Ladles' Sewing Circle pines and palmettos. resident of a town should always patronize that business in i '

littl duties eones created, is more by than a large most family wom- met home last pf Mrs.Thursday Susan afternoon Merrill. A at most the Judging trees from out the here bloom, the on crop the this orange I tfi his community, the owner of which resides( there, in preference to \, ,

I have to contend with, but nothing delightful time was spent. Music and year will be enormous. Every tree that business, the owner of which resides out of town. This principle .1' : ;(... {,
[neglected, nothing left undone. recitations enlivened the occasion, bids fare to the t.
The Patriarch is still\ mending. An while the topics of the day were dis being an immense present boquet appearanceof of beautiful I Itfi applies to every line of business. . 'j'"

'> ride through a rough portion of cussed. white flowers In" few more'' "So widespread is the principle of home investment that the t
untry appears to have helped L. O. White and wife formerly of :
days. .
'
considerable. this city, but now located at Port German Empire has organized a crusade against American' bogs ;

Jur new postmaster, Randolph- Tampa City were here the latter part II urging that home interests need all .local capital. The general ',

ung, appears to be managing the of last week packing their household GEORGE W. HAYTo of the International Harvester Company told the Writer > '
manager :
fairs of his office with com mend areal. good They have rented out their
Railroad employee have in- I home here .and it will be occupiedat I that it is more difficult to introduce their products din Germany "

j-ased the business of this office to once. the Officers and Members of Orange than in any other l1atl n. When a nation. acts this is it '
|considerable extent. Between the I' Mr. B. H. Laws of near Boston, Blossom Lodge Number 80, way nOhdaIi ,

h day of December, 1918, and thet Mass., has purchased a twenty-acre F. & A. M.: nificant lesson for towns 1\\ !Ii I ,. n
day of January, 1914, seventy- tract of land near town and expects It having pleased God, the GrandMaster

e money order were issued which to plant out an orange grove in the and Architect of the Uni- Yes it is a significant lesson for this community. i ; it ii t
I pretty good work for an oridnary near future. verse, to call from labor to refreshments ifiifi very ; i
urth-class office and gives indica- Don't fail to see the Apopka exhibit to that Lodge on high, on
\\n of Whittier's increased proap !ri- at the big mid-winter fair. the 30th day of January A. D. 1914 ifi 4 a
:
faithfulmemebr { ;
Brother W. .
Everything there grown on high pine George Hay a i
hat new arrival (boy) at the land without irrigation. Call at the of this Lodge. '
ndolph residence causes a gleam of desk and becure literature while there Be it Resolved That this lodge has too.otot. . .. ..00 0 0 00..0.0000 . .ooo-.ooo..ouo. ..000...... .. ... .., 4.
ide to that tells about this fine famr- lost one of its ojd and most faithful "
come. you x r. '. .::11 7f1; 'y'
Cane grinding Ie''still one of the ing country where land can be members. M '; t ''i v
t
Jects in our berg and Mr. Joe Will- bought cheaper! than anywhere In the Be it Further Resolved, That the i .',:' :. 'l'j': j
n'sj state. This is the finest section, for sympathies of the Lodge-- be extendedto '' ; ,
the of attraction.
mill center IL C. STANFORD "
it the best the widow,children and friends of COMPANY V. ., , .:', RULL BASS MARKET'- 'I';' '
and
Williams has the best mill and health is unsurpassed; I /: ; \ f:
iler in our midst and most of'cur. drinking water is in an abundance. deceased, the hour of.their great Ii .\, Dry. Geode, OetklBf.aii S /ee"I 'Keith't' .I" .
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iiteni have patronized it. Besides the famous Wekiwa .mineral sorrow, and that this resolution be Faxaishiap and NotiemsDUTTONHARRIS ',' Fresh Meat*, of AH ,)
Our cattle king (Riley Godwin), is water is near. See .samples at the inscribed upon a page of the minutesof I
II on the move. When we last saw the Lodge, a copy be furnished the !I ,
he was hauling cane to the popu- fair.Mr.. Rearden of Ohio, was here this papers, and the family 01 deceased. -a !Ii r

mill. His general farming oper- week and looked over part of the Respectfully submitted, Ii! I !fi.
Jons are successful as all that he available properties that are for sale GEO. F. PARKER w '
!Ii CLARK A HEIKLEJON !Ii
GEO. W. BASS
s done has to be well done. and before he left closed a deal fora
JOHNSTON ,
Our merchants, Messrs. McClel- part of ttte Stewart homestead east JNO. !Ii '
d 1, Young and Bass are well pre- of the town and is erecting a house Committee. CO. I In Real Estate :'
red for the spring trade, having relived preparatory to moving into same. I Kissimmee, Fla.. Feb. 6, 1914. ; SHOES P ...
a fine line of goods from Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Jackson have 101 BroadwayJ '.'"
Icksonville. McClelland and Young had as their guests recently Mr. Fred SOUR. ACID STOMACHS --!Sfi ..

ling in the grocery line and Lee Snizeley of Clarksburg, W. Va., their OASES OB'ZNDiaZSTXOirCeeh !Ii ;- .1 r
BBS exclusively dry goods. northern home.
IQuines Bass and his livery stable The little birthday part given last "p....'. Dlapepeln" digests. lOGO !IiIi WATERS ft CARSON GROCERY ;t..

pear to be doing well. week by little Miss Alice Wilson, grain toed. earfla* .!! .ssMMfcmisery !
I The barber shop is prosperous. celebrating her ninth anniversary, 1st. five and.._... !Ii.Iili. COMPANY
I Mr. Story's market continues bust- was greatly enjoyed by quite a number ;,lj. ;
of her lilt a friends who wished Time JU! In five mlautee" an stomach : KI S 1MMEE, FURNITURE CO.Everylfciaf ;
ea.A.lsh 'house established some time for her the nappy return of many :distress will gee No ladlvesUoe, %; .fee the Beta. --W-- i"is A

q fa i still in line. Whittierites anlIa..prettF'well more pleasant anniversaries. heartburn eownast or belching: of !IIi" .
.supplied with cenatll1moc11ti. Born-Last week to. the wife of gas* add, .eructations. of.<< mndl.eaUd J. E. Rasa, Maaarer.K NELSON REALTY COMPANY .:: 'r
-l ... Dr. C. H. Morrison of this city, a food, no fllirlnaes JriMMsjsj ,Jssjltreata !Ii: .

lAftJiae of autos are now on the daughter. ... D.aOaslsvPape's Ii'! -" Ne. f DarKstxte. A..... ,!!. -': '.
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i. between our berg and Kisiim- Mrs. Finley Hodges of Sanford, was DlapepalnM* noted for Its ..... ,.
the guest last week of her parents, speed In r..-aJaUa.-U Nt stomachs. : !II
[The Democratic Rooster is viewing Mr. and Mn. J. IL Holt It la the snreav Quickest Stotasjcto rein' ." 51-'r -
1 these changes1' with a cautiousd F. E. Zepp and son have the contract eel, in the whole world and besides It Kfi F. IL LAWSON

suspicions eye he fears that the for converting the second storyof I* harmless. Put aa end to stomach Cal D. G. McKAT REAL ESTATE : '
fifi Stun
building of..Whtttier will seriously the Eldred,. store building near t\'oablw.lore..r'\ !IF, getting Marge:
terfere with his minnow and tad- the Seaboard Tepot into a public haIL fUty-ceat1 ease- of .Pap.'. Dlapepeta fifi 10 areaway AGENCY t 1
le plantation The new stairway has b-aen pl.eNIelld from any drug stored Too realise la I
Hunt Paradise. still gives proiif *- the work of arranging\ the teats will Eve mtaatm-how needless It.. te suffer !fifi p

f of future results. be pushed to completion u rapidly as from indigestion, dyspepsia or say fifi .. !K t
The registration is still a matter of possible as it is the intention of the stomach disorder. Its -the qolckeat, .. 4r

itroversy with our citizens. If the League to use the Hall on February aorectVand moat harmless. stomach ," :
ginators' 'of. that law, intended torat 27, when play, The Hoodoo," will doctor Is the world. !fiK HUNTER LAND CO. -' ,

of voters Rex be presented.Mr. .
a portion our
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- - - - - - - - - - - Reel Estate . ; ;
r fears that they !have liVe:- L. H. Burdick who came here 9900.0.. .. '" ." ,., .. .. ; !I --=._ :1'
this winter from South and .. ,
.t'Primary elections can be Dakota 1A . /
de so odious by legislators who purchased a small farm Just east of fifi .. .
B. MAKDISON CO. '
[ink they must something of an town through the American RealtyCo. If you want aa '.roolD house : .- '

usual nature to be recognized that ., ha just completed his new residence close In. modern in every way, Hardware Catiery Beat .wpBne .- y; YiIi
ry many of our people will not recite and moved into same. He is $1600. cash. fifi
them and these elections will highly pleased with this part of the !! sad Jb laeIJ. W G.HAN1tIN8 ,Er
state. If you want a (-roem noose on "' !Ii t
1 into disrepute, the old law was !fifi --
w; =-
Mr. and Mr*. D. W. Clark left on' rood street lot 100x147". 1100 _
''rking all right and the more ped- baah. .. Adding Macaiaes aid TypewritesDAMN'S ; 1. ,.
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nit' tb.r* U done to. this law the Monday morning for Orlando where fifi a
>rile It becomes. they will spend the entire week'at If yon want a l-room boos to
Parmnlg is now going into a con- the mid-winter fair and carnivaL ---. .
and 10 acres of land fllOO each; !5Ii
erable extent. Mr. O'Derry baa ARGUS.. very easy terms on balaaes. ,- Q IYi ir
tad a part of the Reeve Drawdy which !. bat little. ,.... -- .. 4'
ce and has several acres in toma- !Ii DEPARTMENT STORE "

es and other products. The cold If yon want, a 10-aer tract. I Dry G.edi. othhg.Sl.e., FmlsU iS 4 sow i .
ther thus far has not retardedW HOME BAKED ANGEL FOOD 1300, 1100 mat- ,r. -yt ;-- '
into considerable extent. CAKE M. lOc Store
Tourists any and railroad' men have It you want a 10>aere tMtfttmo !ifi ,.,. KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. .r /
and also MAYONAISE DRESSING .
en our hotels fair patronage d.ur- fioo sash .' .f !! .:: W...... ud RaUfl \\ .1,;
All Orders Given 1 -
jTthe season. Prompt Attention If yon want s-aers" tract $.... ,
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The 21
school is progressive. MOO, flOO rJi : J. W.'RE1n1S, I ? .
'I St Valentine's passed with the "
eel festivities.. Day SATISFACTIONaCUARANTEED.GIVE Easy ffrms to cult pure !* -f'' . . lfun.- Orraisy T.....', MadssMttl V !Ii' r
Truck gardening is to be one of the \ ; .oiy.rtber of above prop.xjj' 'eAgrs LI!! ., I 'L-L..: ,. !Ii
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in ME A TRIAL ORDER -' '.' i ., .. w... ,V V':
featares for the approaching Le.. : ; "" Q,
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:1\ !Ij7ar .
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> Heretofore lack of ,
n. : transports-; R8l peetfuUy.'M8S' Mrs. : ,t' ; '. Ii'' k'
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a. has greatly retarded this indus- +QAI/la/l' \ .V I1 I. 'iii ..' 'y'
t but with .t.the opportunities- at J p" gs'P.uP'eJ4.e&I' CI ..:, __ I. Nof1o('.... t.':' 1t,1',r .
sent afforded-this will nndou tecl. ..,' ,; C. 8S, ,"I I ( .. ,"" '. : : ,, ",.''If:". "",' r..
be tho ,Rod .A"". w.,:ate \' ;
a well paid for venture. Tv I Ii'0 : I'f
Cattle' hare-thus far'stood the .win. DAVENPORT.. F.LX \: ,, PT. "leading sooth.') V '. ', -d'. .. ... \ < .. Ir 'ff.IJ.i'. ;
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[L V, .i'* without has ; .. 'IJ
; serious loss, there (
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1- 4 PARE' 'IB.. J THE KISSIMMCE' VALLET. ,GAZETTE ., J FRIDAY,, FEBRUARY_ ',20,. '1 14CHAUTAUQUA

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SIMULTANEOUS EVERY, this paragraph hall be' regarded'Y aa ,,
ilrlCtrnwriteraand
years, season .ticket ......-..I 1.75 here tho scribe may S MEMBER Independent object and pow.rs. Taia 'i
( twelve paper at their service :. CANVASS Charter may be amended from lIDe to U
OPENS Children under year, "'" w: .... S
SUNDAY A. E. Thomas of the New. .. -r time u provided br:.'law' now ernst-.
iI ticket'-------------.. 1.00 "Supt.
season : '<
: Company of Nari federation .of many; branches of after .nao..... S
Eden Plantation ,
Season reserved seat ticket must ARTICLE IIL .,, .
be with an admission tickt, 2.00 coossee, is, in charge I of an- excellent the church is layingplans ,.for an The amount of- It* capital stock : *.....
from his farm. His specialty 'Every Member Canvass", during, thorUed shall be two hundred thou.sand .
Full day ticket _.-----....----- .75 display UIOO.OOO.OO dollar.,
March. The calls for' the visiting divided
The New Eden plan Into-'
t, IN NEW METHODIST CHURCH Full day ticket, child under i i. cane syrup. mil} I of every member of the church/ two : thousand (3.000) shares of the)
.35 Company has the largest syrup value of hundred .
twelve years -__-.___--_- the current Kar ) (UIOG.Ot dol-
,I. Single ,admission day sesiions.. .35 in this part ,of the State, and has soliciting subscriptions each. one hundred '-thoueand -
.. forthe' church' home and (1100,00000) dollars of said stock conJ
of
_ 1 4 ." -'made'" thousand gallon syrup expense
: _ Single admission,, night se. seven of for the benevolence of tho denonina:. slsttnsron: thousand. n.1I0oJ' hares" !
.; (ion __..- *-.--u.... '50 this year from fifteen acres can of th..parvsiue.. ,of one bundred! '
tion. Each will be asked to
, 'LARGE CROWDS WILL GREET THE SPLENDID ATTRACTIONS OF. 'alsi admission, under The syrup is unsurpassed. in quality, one pledgeto (110000) dollars each, shall b. ooro-, ,'
This exhibit will pay so much a week to each of mon .tack, and one,hundred, ''
f FOR twelve years _______________ ,15 and retails readily (*00.000,00) stoolS
;4 JPERED BV MANAGER. ADAMS-COMPLETE PROGRAM to sold for delivery after the fair. these funds, to be paid i Iin weekly, consisting ot dollar-- of Bald "V 1
one thousand (1,000) ;v" : THE SIX DAYS Mr. Thomas says he doesn't expect to monthly, quarterly or as the subscriber hares; of thd par value of one hun...'*,

L >" .11! SESSION.'I'I' take of it back with him. It is may designate for himself drc-d (110000)_ 40Ilar..aeh.. shalt be", S
} ___ any and neatly The Presbyterian Church bL,KIBslm.IDee preferred stock. The holders of the "
.( : H. E. SWABEY put up in cans and bottles pJ'@r..rred'abalt .
WITH this lii: tawntttlcdT t6 -,
is for
getting ready cNO'lKtt a
'1 <..o-* A.j labelled." receive when and as declared from" ,1
; 1 .t..t+H> Bible, The Song. Rev. Clough .
U -1 the surplus or net profits of the' cor-1*J\\si
I Waterneld Paris, Tenn. I oration, yearly dividends at the rat. "I
IN '11 1 ::00 a. m.-Physical Education. AND A. E. THOMAS FAIR NOTES.To I. : OH" A.1'PI.IC'ATI01011 HITI'OIIATHIN. of eight per cent (8%) per annum' and "
CHAUTAUQUA
j A NUT-SHELL. 'I In Ills Image." Mrs C. Rucker I this writer it looks certain that 'I'Itlll .' 'IET A M I'('Oit- I, no more. The 'dividends on tbe pr.... .'

r +. . ;J/', Adams, Chicago III.I I Osceola county should take first prize Mill rrdtock.payable nn before be cumulative any dividends, and 'Von \I
china
; What I is a Chauluu<|ua ? Entertainment ,<> :ona; p. ,m Orchestra) Concert, : I for the<<; exhibit of hand-painted I the common stock shall be paid or'sot Kf
c- I RO"eI"foo Goshen Band and Orchestra (Continued from Page One.) : II lit the fair, thanks to a few Kissim- Nntlti: : I IH h< n-bv Rl\in that t h<* undiTniKntri I aside for the same period. se that 0-
infctruction, amuse I : i l\ to thi> I iv.ror, If, for
Irnee ladies who were brave enoughand will Hpi> any period dividends at th* rat.
and Trio Lecture "Some
.* ment condensed within a week > I "Tiojan - I to of th. HIMtc of rloMdH. on tI") <> Zfilh of eight por cent (8%) per annum
;. and given by the bi-st talent ob- i Weeds. That Grow In Uncle Sam's possessed county pride enough <|HOf !Stern. A l I.. 1<<14. for L'i t'rs shall not have been paid on the
Garden" .Ilr. Jas. I D. Gwaltney, Winchester T. 1\1. Risers; Misses Jean Caldwell allow the precious ware to go so far HtJTKl. i'i)5t J'ANY. under lhi follow- erred .stock the doflclency shall pro-be
4 taItabIe.I I Ky. and Ruby Ellis, of Kissimmee; John from home. I InK |"iroii"Hoii ('ha rt,'r and Art irk's of paid h fore any dividend shall be Bald' ,
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.> Is Kissimmee to have a Chau- '..I111, liKorimiatlliK i IJH A YHTc)N I 10ncorpoi upon for set apart for the
and Mrs. C. S.
M Anderson Cooper i ro'l1i''O'\
4;:Jf) Organization of C. L.Is. slock In :
'?! Yes. p. H tlnn. R cnpof which has the evnnt of any llrJ -..
tauqua is it to be held Next* C. Round-table by Mrs. Ida B. of St. Cloud. The St. Cloud people I I I Disappointment was expressed yestarday io-..II 0 I.iI I ,I lll tin. oTlm( of tin' HITIV-, tlon or dissolution or wlndlnewhether ,,, ,
4. When Cole. Chautauqua N. Y. responded liberally to the call for exhibits by visitors from Kissimmee!, lIt. ..\ of Slntc of Maid Ulatc if T'lprlrtu I voluntary or InvoluntarJ "
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week beginning Sunday afternoon llHllTHITHNLN T the* corporation the
I school exhibit holder of .
and added much the Kissimmee
to HUCCCSS find ?
8i; ft O m.-Prelude Concert Rog to no .
> and continuing through- p. \\ H MKINHOII preferred stock shall be entitled to'i '
s. the week and losing Sat- <- I er'* Goshen Band and Orchestra, assisted of tho exhibit. at the fair. Some other schools.bhowcd .. II I'OllTrii |..ld In full, both the Iar amount of .
% out by Miss Pearl Gross soprano; \Hon C' A. Carson, of Kiftsimmee! wonderfully fine work. I* .\ <' \ USOVJOS ihc-lr shares and the Unpaid dividends\
urday night. THUKM\N Accrued thereon before
any '
from this and amount
ex-senator district
.. Who is responsible for the of the most commanding figures in I I The most artistic design' in sign- ,, t.nJ
of the Chautauqua to Miss Mabel Roszelle, Child DialedReader leommon after the payment'tci
; coming 4* Reading of Chan Klein's the business circles of Osceola coun- painting: noticed at the fair, was \rll'I..r nriiiirntlitn and lro- the holders of the preferredTstock
J ." Kissimmee ? Third I ty, was the chief spokesman for this executed by Ernest L. Green of KUEimmee l.i.i.ril I barter nt Ira)N A number of piogrcasive citis greatest success, "The Degree I It loSeS ('omp..j.T thereon the* remaining assets shall 'b*'
fair Mr. Car- '' the Civic League.
and business men, irresnective <' Ijj Miss, Maude Willis, New York county at the today. for IH' und"'i'Hlfrni'il. harry AIhur- dlHtrlbuti'iJ to the holders of the common
zens R& <- City I son reviewed the work that has been bore the inscription "Osceola, Queenof Ins,,. 'V II Ms. k neon. II Tl Pnrl.'r.( (' Mock pro rata according' to/the
treed
'. of denomination or , done in Osceola during the few the Southern Counties. Watch Us A. ('arHini, atitl JOH' Th u tins a. Iwr'h l lnHBorlati > number of shares outstanding'ind
past
.> cured the Chautauqua for Kis- TUESDAY) FEBRUARY 24. I II I lln.ni s-I l\'i-H 1oK<-I Ii,-r Tor thpijrMiHf. ,' without preference .
simmee's uplift. Where IK it to '.'' years in the way of development, and Crow on a banner ten yards long. i>f btromlMK I I Inrorimi.d unlit Any) part or all of said capital stock
Methodist> I 1000 1 ( : ) ) a. m.--Uiblc Hour, "The told -a large crowd pf attentive list-I I 'r 111!. .IllHH. Of Ihl. Stlltlllf I KIllLlllHThi . mabe payable either In cash or In'
held? In the
< be I Hiblc and Its Unparalleled Lit era-i eners of the future developments' Mr. Swope's ponies are on the fair A HTH'.I'! ; I II piiipi-rt)'. labor or services, at a just

Church, because it has the largest hll c." Ir Jas D Gwaltney. that the county has mapped out and grounds. They are in fine fettle and mini'- itf :* I HliHll l lIIH valuation I.. be fixed b\' the liioorporal .-
<> auditorium, in town <; I 1 11:00 1 a. m.-Physical Edu'atlon."AnH'f'i'a'H Osceola county I In: HUVVSTOM I ':!hlj; :iTIl: I''I': : ; ,\NY or !,)' the Directors at meeting-.
has I the to completion. lie thould have a ; culled for such .
on way prize. purpose.Ihe J
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How xessions will tlieicO ( "rIIlI'lJl,1 l lTi-- i" 1 I iiac.! of hiinln -
: many
Plague, How Avoided, at length of the earnestness the only county exhibiting Shetland authorised capital stockmay be'
in the > spoke H < HH xhiill l b In I tin t'it\ nf KiKHlminiColint '< :
i be each day' Three one Mis C'. Kucker Adams 1 .ola. I In, of iHnui'd and paid for at such tlVis or
and srenpHC-ity with which the peopleof ie.... \ nf ( >HI i tin StHti'
the afternoon < I I :ron times and upon such terms and ...'
G morning, one in :a Of) m.-Orchestral Concert 1'loflda ft ml t It Hhnll )tin\ i pow-i r to IKtabllHh 'ondl
p. when ,
tliuiH ,
this county respond an the Hoard
an
appeal of Directors
: and at night. I II ( t her on'l. i H anil, 8".I1'I..awithin mar
one Koffer's doshen; Band and Orchestra, ,At't ermliu I *.
made for products for Oscc- .
was i anil without I t tin iIii'f FIrida
<> How many sessions will there I anaiatcd by Miss Maude Willis Intel PLEASANT EVENING SAl' ARTICLM
ola's magnificent exhibit ; lIV.have
: STONE The
j '. be in all ? Nineteen. live Reader. Lecture "Just THE GRA\ AltTI'-.I.' II corporation cucoesVxli
preta
i "Educational '
I This
being Dayas its
+ \0) corporate name perpetual.
What will it cost an adult to Hilly'H Mother," Mrs. Ida B Cole, I II well as "Osceola( Day," some of the ; TI.- ...i.rn ral nntun' of tin. l>ui lfif $H I Ij. aid. Is perpetually,
' attend all '* Three dollars N. Y. Postlude "The MR. AND MRS. VAN jERfEEUSCII or iisiesss to In. tianrmitiil. . liHiild t"A..R ltcl V
How much for one day Sev 4' I Chautauqua." most notable men of the State were \ ENTERTAIN A ('innpMiix: IH .... follow Tin' u the corporation '
Trojan Trio. ; : ;.d"'IJ '
visitors. Among them were Governor To "I'ttrr on the hUHlnihH. of hotel shall IM' b> a President; , ,'
ty-flve cents. 8;(OO() p. m.-Prelude Concert Roger' -I Park Trammell!, who spoke from CARD PARTI.Mi and i Inn 1<....pi PH. Maurant ki o*.i nors. Vice-President ,Secretary. and a Tteasir a-
How much for pne session ? 4' I i'LI-r-rs. 1'c'p'r, of ll\ ('rMaMin: andICft..I .. and
< i such
(Goshen Band and Orchestra i I other officer
the the fair : an"1
( grandstand at grounds, .... .. .
for the day"* ( for h..rH..I..H roivoafle< IUH ,
Thirty-five cents Miss Pearl and Miss' K< as ma from time to time beelertid .
Gross soloist while in the public school building an and. motor >'ohlcIos of all klnilfi WRrphnuai -
sessions and fifty cents for the < I and Mrs. Van der Meert.cn or appointed and by a Board
Maude Willis Reader. Address old-time spelling contest was held at lI..n. toh."n..I8.. ri<'alerfi In r>f Directors) consisting not le '
,
: card to a ,a
t night sessions. Lydia V. Mountford a descendant of o'clock this Five gave an enjoyable party prolalonK. l>arli>rn and hair drpimerHn than three nor more than seven mem-.
11 I morning
I Can seats be reserved Yes, 4' the of prizes number of their friends on Tuesday w H di nil'ra and prolrl'lora i or man toers. The number of Director ..hallb" ',t
: .4 reserved seats for the entire <- Shepherd Kings Jerusalem j which range from $1S! down to $5 right at the dray tone. The guests aRiid of I ihcatrvH. opera. .houses and fixed b>' the stockholders In tbe'\ ]
Palestine were contested for bj all the counties othir viseof puhllc entertainment. by-laws from lime to time and '!
0- Mr. and Mrs. Meikleion, the -_
session be reserved by pay- comprised .... *
t may To aiquln \ purrham or otherw officers shall be elected '1
\ ing $2.00 extra. No reserved WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25. participating in the fair. The following -I lisa G. I). Colhngton Miss Virginia IH* ow n. honr. l,usell. .-onvcy. pxrhniiKi a> prescribed by the by-law or appointed The 1

-. seats can be sold for single ad4' 10:00 a. m.-Bible Hour "The Bible pupils ably represented Kissimmee Makmson, W. P. Makinson Mr. and ) ip54fnortgamcp.. .. cllsirm<' of. am<- person may hold two or more a 1

s> missions and Its Divine Immanence" Dr. J. I D and it is safe to predict that' Mrs. R. D. Porter Frank Vans iradand...... \ deal In real or ml".dT" entate or olh..rl"rHo..al off lei B. except by the as b may-laws otherwisepreserIied be 'j 1

1\r\ Are' children's rates less ? s> GwaltneyI they will come home with the first Agnew Mrs Henry of Philadelphia, HurviHiihdlvlde. plat I,n|,rov,'. The following named> person shall

,. I Yes school children are admit- "'I 1 100 a. m.-Physical Education.Cause' prize: C. W. Ward, Miss Mildred Turvil'e anil d-volop| land for purpoaeM of Aitle hi thi' officers to conduct the bu.iI I
Nellie Calkins twelfth grade. or othi'rw'Ine. and to do and pi-rfonn m,". of the Company until I
the
ted for the season for $1.76 aad <- "Amencanitus, and cure. Miss Marion M. Porter, Mrs. H W. all ,nicdflll for the officers! .
( develop-
who shall be
t," for a day for thirty-five cents I Mrs C. Rucker Adams. !I Christine Ive>, eighth grade Thurman, Mr. Joseph Thurman M-. m.,nt hilltop and:: Iaagnpnt:; of the name for I ti..! of officers elected of said at Company the nrst shall eleo-t'

Where may tickets be secur- 3;OO p. m.-Orchestral Concert. ] Eleanor Moseley, twelfth grade .John Carley of Sharon, tPa., Miss rtnldinii traili' or hunlneBn be qualified
\H( the Goshen Band and Orchestra I Edward Newton, twelfth grade of Mr. Baird To loncliiit a Ipwr..1 real ( .atsto.suretY Starry W Thurman President.V '
ed? Tickets are on sale at Roger's 1\uola Gilbert Toronto and Iniiuranr. *. agency. and \ H Makinson; .
t tIf tP Vice-president
t Osceola Pharmacy, or may be secured assisted by Miss Maude Willis, Read- Frank Calkins tenth grade of Toronto, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clark brokeraKi* buBlnpHH and to act anaffent It I). I'orter Hecretary ,'

from Misses Vivian or er. Lecture "Seven Schools of Leila Baskin, eleventh grade. Mr. Hannah, of Beaver Falls. 1 Pa., hroker or attorney In fact. for O A Carson Treasurer

;I Mildred Lee. Painting" illustrated by the seven Ruth Howell, eighth grade Mrs. S. H. Bullock Mrs. Hopkins and any perniMiH firm or corporations Inhulnff and Harry \v. Thurman W B. Mak.,
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Helling and dealingIn
: pledirlnK Inson. n D.
Porter. C. A.
Carson Jo.
;k \ Can any one afford to miss I famous masterpieces perfect repro- Edna Calkins ninth grade. Mr. and Mrs. Tucker. real or p*'rHonal propertY or ItB Thurman, Arthur B Doneaan and P. {''I'

' this treat? By no means. It ductions of the originals in size and Gussie Winn, eighth grade The first ladies' prize was gained acresHorleMTo A. Vans Agnew shall be Director :"'

i. an opportunity which all color Mrs. Ida B. Cole, Chautauqua, .Stratton Story seventh grade. by Miss Virginia Makinson; the second carry on and entertain trannactlon any' bustundcrtakingv The first election of Director ihaU'
neKH i>r l held
t' Handsome Booklet Distributed.The >i on the 14th day of April A. D.
N. Y. Interlude "The Trio. Miss Mildred Turville the
should grasp. Trojan by ; operation connmonl carried on or undertaken UH. and thereafter the annual eleotl -.' '
4 4' C. L. S. C. Round-table discussion, most attractive and at the 'third by Mrs. Hopkins, and the fourth ; hpromol*'TH. I Inveatora, 'ion of Directors be held at the
same time most authorative as wellas ladies' nnanoltm. contractors. rnrrrhantatommlHHloii . principal office n.raa\ ot
.O.OOOt..ootO"O OO.OO led by Mrs. Ida B. Cole. by Mrs. H. W. Thurman. The and and In business
8 OO "m. Prelude Concert. Or- authentic booklets portraying fell to Mrs. R_ W. men agents nf corporation on the second Tu..- '
1' ---- ; p. ooby prize the COUTB of such buBlnean to draw, day of April In each year If not a
chestra, Miss Willis and Trio. Solo: Osceola county as it really is was Meiklejon.The accept endorne acquire and Hell all <-Kal holiday and If a legal: holiday.
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is beingmanifested distributed at the fair this week to or ann.. .,;otlal>l. or transferable In-
Much interest "The Holy City, MISS Pearl Gross. first men's prize was taken by : lien on the next succeeding ulitMS '
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'I I HtrumentH and securities including .
f by the resident of Kisslmmee as Address, "Jerusalem, My Happy thousands of visitors who were attracted C. W. Ward; the second by Joseph debentures. bondS. notes and bills of day ARTICLE VI.

I well as the whole of Osceola county Home." It's street calls and picturesque to the Osceola corner of the I Thurman; the third by John Carley exchange. The said corporation shall adopt an '

) ? .s the time draws nearer for the life. Madam Lydia V. Mount- !! huge fair building. These booklets' nd the fourth b yR. D. Porter. W. To purohafle, acquire. hold own a.sign. appropriate seal and shall adopt bylaws -

of the First Annual Assembly were put into the hands of people who tranufer. anil dlspofle of the for the government of It* aWaits .
opening ford Jerusalem, Palestine. I I P. Makinson, by a great effort secured stocks bondH and. other,1dene. of not Inconsistent with
Its Article of,
; of the KUslmmee Chautauqua Association were desirious to know more about men's booby prize.Announcement. Indebtedness. of any corporation. domestic Incorporation and the Law. of the '

which convenes in the First THURSDAY FEBRUARY 26. I Osceola county and the possibilities or foreign and. to IHBUP In oxchange .State: of Florida, which by-laws may,t \

:Methodist Church of this city on Sunday 10 :00 a. m.-Bible Hour, "The that await those who cast their lot therefor Its. stocks Ixmdfl. orether b.! amended or repealed as may be .'
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,; ) I February .-22. and continues Bible and Its Divine Transcendence," within her border. The booj jet con- acquirown.obligationsTo work. lease. niortKjttfv provided In ARTICLE said bv-laws: VII i I ,;
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f through Saturday February 28. Dr. J. D. Gwaltney. tains twenty-eight) pages of discriptive con\e> sell and dispose of any The highest. amount of Indebtednessor

Since this .is the first Chautauqua 11 :00 a. m.-Physical Education. data and i is profusely illustrated all mIneK.kinds. minerals, mining: ores and mineral mineral oils 1 1rIght. liability to which the corporationcan

; Assembly this city has had the pleasure "Cleansing: the Waste Places." Circulation with the many and varied enter- .. and metalliferous land, and not exceed at any the time amount subject of Itself its shall

,to entertain, it is only in keeping and Elimination. Mrs. C. prises that are making the county FOR MAYOR. any Interest therein and to explore, stock! authorised at such time. capital's. S

'.with our atandard to predict that Rucker Adams. what it ia. This booklet was, compiled .. I hereby announce myself a* a candidate II", rk.manufacture exercise! develop and the transport same and all ARTICLE) VIII.
to
,I hug crowds will avail themselves .of 3-00: p. m.-Orchestral Prelude. by Messrs.: A. E. Thomas and for the office of Mayor of Kis- kInd. of .ores. metals and. minerals, scribing The names incorporators and residence, together of the with sub..

.",1;the opportunity of hearing such eminent Roger's Goshen Band and Orchestra. H. E. Swabey two of Kissimmee'smost aimmee, subject' of course, to thi and the products 'thereof.To the umber of shares of the authorised

-, and, well known artists as'. has Solo, Miss Pearl Gross; accompanist, useful and liberal citizens, who action of the Democratic white pri conduct establish turpentine construct farms operate and stills.shlntrle and& capital stock subscribed for by each.

I been engaged to entertain us during Miss Helen Cosley. Address, "The devoted much care and study to the mary. H. R. MAY. mills. saw mills electric lighting are Harry as follows W Thurman: Klsslmmee. Fla-,,

S Ii, the week.' No time nor money has True Life of Jacob," Madam Lydia work of securing this data. On the and pi'>u.i.r plants tramwa>H. IOKroadH 500 shares

been spared in finding the best talent I, V. Mountford. first page is shown a full page portrait dredging and drainage, plants W. li. Makinson Klsslmmee, Fla.,
I and M> mtona.at.r works and o seweraK -
I 4 to be had. 4.:30 p. m.-C I.. S. C. Round-table, I of the likeness of that "Napoleonof !: FOR MAYOR. < plantH and systems. and to nianufacture 50 n shares, I>. Porter. Klsslmmee., Fla.. 100
The real Chautauqua work through conducted l by Mrs. Ida B. Cole, Chau- the Everglades"-Osceola--of I hereby announce myself as a candidate and dral In lumber cross ties sharesshares.

I out the land has been in the interest I tauqua! N. Y. whom the county derives its name aswell I for the office of Mayor of Kis rnd naval stores of all kindsTo C A. ar"Qn. Klsslmmee. Fla. 10
catch take.
of building up the community life I 8:O() p. m.-Eventide Concert<<: OrchyBtra as much of its song and story- simmee, subject to the action of the bu\ bold aeuIrpurchase.ntote. puck preserv*.. Hell Jos. Thurman Klsslmmee. Via.. 100

? ; threugh the spirit of "uplift and I Reading Miss Maude Willis -, whose brilliant, but short career asa white primary, and ask the supportof export. rilHponi of and distribute .fish

?' ; the movement has come to be termed Lecture "The First Courtship warrior, is in history to stay. The I the white voters.D. of nil kinds and to Ki.nt.rally insane .hrz\:; \ .' ; %WHEREOF the saidsubscribers

S ; 'a "movement of uplift. It is build- I' In the Woild's History" Dr. R. S. I booklet was issued from the plant of R. BLENIS. In To I h.II'build'' business tuy. sell. equip operate and seals have this hereunto lyth day set of th..11'h.nd" Feb.ruary '

5 ed of the best of material, founded I Gavin. Postlude Concert Numbers The Vallev Gazette and, printorially and own. tan shlpn steam ImatssalllnK . A. I). 1914.

,\ on the solid rock of Bible study educational I 'The Trojan Trio." I II speaking, is the prettiest piece of .a".Io. motor launches .powerboats HARRY W. THURMA.N
k FOR MARSHAL AND TAX COL and other boats and pronirtv to I W n MAKINSON
advancement helps
personal work executed in Kis immee. :
I FRIDAY FEBRUARY 27. ever h.us,1' 1 Iri such business, traoi* < om- It D POHTKB.
:' and clean entertainment; with a I The Orlando Sentinel of Wednesday LECTOR. nu'rc51.1 navIgation and to con I I' A PARSON

I J/ broad base of non-eectarian! and nonpartisan 1000; a. m.-Bible Hour. "The ha4 the following to say of r hereby announce myself as a can trurt anil, operat. .and piers. .tirmlnalsIn dock. JOH THURMAN
wa..hou8.
fS thought, an understanding I Bible and Its Two Great Mysteries," Oseeola's'exhibit: didate for re-election to the office of whan''H.connection with such bURlnesn l'li')

S S of Chautauqua possibilities has i Dr :J D Gw ltne)'. "Osceola co.unty has two distinct Marshal and Tax Collector of Kissimmee To puisue anand all tither business "I '

spread and its ,strength of talent haH II 1 1:00: () a. m.-Physical Education. I I features in addition to the citrus display subject of course to the actionof I lhln.and..to. .nd do any to and exercise all other any actsand and COUNTY STATE OF OF FLORIDA OWFOH: RSUK

increased until' today we have a "Rebuilding the Temple," Diet and and other usual products. One the white primary. If again honored all other powers which may be 'necoHsarj IT KNOWN: That before tee

S I I _. week' program of: spiritual, anteilectual -' Digestion Mrs. C. Rucker Adams. I 18 an exhibition of live fish in glass with the office I will do in the '. expt-dlent or convenient In connection the undersigned Notary Public In adtor :
'I, 1 II of Florida, of
the State County
and physical help second t* the black future as I have done in the past, per with. or In addition to the Oscenla. personally
including appeared Harry
cases specimens heretnieforesp.cified.
: , none presented from any Chautauquu ':1;00( p. m.-Prelude Concert. Rog- I bass perch, cat and several other I form the duties and obey the laws to I ijxIm-SH. and which businesses a natural person and \V' Thurman. \V. B Maklnson. R. D.

platform. Probably no other line of el" (Goshen Band and Orchebtra kinds taken from the lakes of that the best of my ability. a coiporatlon. of this character may I'orter C. A. Carson and Jos Thier' '
work has been the direct cause of Reading, Miss Mabel Roszelle Lect- FLOYD TISON. lawfully do and exercise and to do man. to me well known and known (0
i county. The other feature was an all of thi businesses. or things me to be the Individuals In and who
uie ( to he supplied by special Chan- t'nand
awakening the thought of'the people .
: exhibit of twenty-five products before' mentioned either alono or In subscribed their names to the forego.
l to the much needed reforms of the tauqua! lecturer) Solo, Miss Peaill I the Kissimmee grownon I I combination UK: proposed Charter and acknowl

S t .( day as the Chautauqua movement It (Gross, a'companitIiss! Helen Cos- prairie made by FOR MARSHALL AND TAX COL- It Is th.. Intention that all the objects i dKed that they executed the same (orthe'
the Southern Colonization therein .
Company. and laUHescontalnid purposes expressed.VITNIdSS
-i appeals in its varied program to oil. ley S This exhibit demonstrates at once the LECTOR.In .and. powers In this specified paragraph shall< exc \ my hand and official seal,

. S and young, amusing and entertaih- H 00 p. m.-1'iclude Concert. Piano I. -whin otherwise .expressed In al Klsslmniee. In the County and State ) I
fertility and of the soils of pt
diversity '
S i ing, at the same ttiAe Instructing and Miss Helen Ciosley; ; violin solos that rich ection announcing myself a candidate said paragraph be nowise limited orrestricted foresald this 19th day of February

elevating in such a way as to be ever Mis Mary Baggctt; soprano, soloist Some of the finest before the city white primary for the by reference other to or clause Inferenceom of A(Heal D) 1914. M. W SARGENT. I

helpful through life. Mis\ Pearl Gross; reader Miss Mabel cabbage ever seen were on display office of marshal and tax collector of the IIn'oth..r terms of any paragraph In this Notary Public. State of Florida. .
I th-is
: -4: At 3 o'clock\ p. m. on the opening Ko"zUle; entertainment extraordinary here and the exhibit included tobacco Kissimmee I desire to say that if Charter.or but that the objects ant powers MY commission expires February IT/*"

nion services of all the churches 'Lilliputian Lyric Ladies" con- I I celer. squash potatoes, beets, elected I willfill the position without specified In each of the, clauses of 1816 fl

*v : . - : alfalfa
grasaeand Osceola wellas
day -ilver offering will be posing, songs I and readings in costume as and will uphold the law in every

4'l l 5 w.H be-'"J"_. ,. S 'or a collectioncharged cantata, aerial suspension Volusia also displayed dasheens. Here instance, having no enemies to

but *",- -, will t be in tableau and Grecian art. An even-I were seen round kumquats, the punish or friends to serve.

; a S. taken at the door---- \dann. U3g Cull of delightful surprises unique only lot of this shape noticed at the FRANK W. PITTMAN.FOR FERTILIZERSBest
fair An IDEAL
1 I Chautauqua vesper s ru., <". fresh. bpuyant and so full of (laughter'id i interesting exhibit was I
of Mrs. C Ruckei--_ some corn grown twelve years ago
charge eunhTr A Chautauqua
%' Hex Clough A. Waterfield, of V*... iOfl.attra c C.: great by C. W. Ward at Runnymede. It MARSHAL AND

.I Tefln.. will preach the opening ser- ': II was still good and free of weevils or TAX COLLECTOR

JIIOft,. .... "' \Y, FEbTJUARY 28. other insects. One corner of the -

S Beginning at 10 o'clock a. m. every SATURl.. '''1e Hour: "The space is occupied by an exhibit of I hereby announce myself as a -
during the remainder of the I hunt trophies sent by B. C. Mikesell
day candidate for the 6flfice of marshal S
I 1000; a. m.-Bi._ HelpfulneS who lives the Kissimmee
week hour will\ be devoted to on prairie. a
one and tax collector of the city of Kis
I s5 Bible Hour," conducted by Dr J. I D.GWaltner.r Bible and It's Practtca.Dr -ation11 .- A C'ei kin rug is probably th* most I'simmee, subject to the white pri Because of right sources, right proportions. and right combination -
1
which the otherS J. P Gwaltney. interehOxj article of $his display
S : after *" ,mary. If elected to this responsible '
; I -will taken and carried :00 a. m.-Physical EdW made of forty coon skins, and near! .
11 work, .be up Mrs I position I promise the people of this! !.
"Perfect In Every Part wKucker
live of {
is a coon v wav verisimill-
'out. City, where I have lived for twenty. '
s is the for Adams. ])]I' The collection upibers several ,
id -. The following prog-ram m.-Orchestral Concert. LRoger's y fve years, a strict attention to duty
S 1 the six day*' session: 2'iO: p. t:ud!. 'id bear skih-r:'" rs. There and a faithful, honest and conscientious -
Goshen Band and Orchestra. '
(leer sUn. 1 skins of deerbear,
the
lof laws
.4t 1 SUNDAY. FEPRUARY 22. Violin Miss Baggett. Reading of I I Ire, many curt. '3 and other a'* enforcement- J. J. DANN. Cheapest

Mas Meeting Rome great play as may be selected I illigators wild Cit. Action, bearing pjd. .
m.-Grand .
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3:00 .
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S %, ,? Union service p- of all the churches. Miss from Maude a number Willis.in the Interlude repertoire"The of I rials estimopv native to to!the this presMJv av. t of* four-big FOR 5 -MA8SHAL AND Because of.our large tonnage there it economy in buying, manufacturing -

:Reserved seats will be held for the f ,- "-... TAX COLLECTOR.
j-$ i':. ; > 'No admission will be charg. Trojan Trio. ,'me. Mrs. Austin Smith sHj, ""'e- and selling. and !put customers get the-bene61.
S 'owners. 8:00 p. m.-Grand Week-end ConI I een bakery exhibits and a foll"b.. .
b taken
will
.ed.but a silver offering in by aflChautau I ThUia
cert participated to serve.
$ t dinner ready -
collection. Chautcuqua1veepersCYVICeI I nurse: i..hereby announcekl5eetf as a can
;i .t th* door tor a talent available for the evening. ; and part' .
; will be in charge qua J an Interesting tempting I T\ 'or the office of marshal and '
;| ,, Special numbers will be given, special ,kf the domestic sclente\ display in 'didate" ..." of the City of "1{.* im-
;.01.; ''Mrs.-C. 1,Rucker Adam Special feature will be added and this G. Wagner tax Co n h. : ; .. & Toomer Fertilizer
Mrs. D. acdon !
Nfc I lo Miss Pearl Gross, ac- I, rotunda.; ,.the of :*:'-.i Wilson, .
81IbJecco
I'I'he
Smpantat-Ml.sHelen Cosley; Sac- will be a great closing Assembly I tent shell and seed bags, artistically *" Mkbl g te *"* ,-_.... .
!*S Mabel Roszelle.s&twtvnSrVawwh Night Good-by Word'.and. Prophecies voven. Miss N. C. Bratton sent berry white primary.' k-.,. their' support --. Florida

: Waterteld for 1916. I beads, and Mr*. Eitey contributed voters of this. city *. orm Jacksonville, ,.

serVtCIn keeping, RATES OF ADMISSION IOSSIMMEECHAUTAUQUA. bead chains of her.own manufacture'so. I pledge myself to 1aIt'IP') .. e I.

( 14 ParU. :'Tennv A- and full of in- .,th.' exhibit. Ml.s 'Jean CaldweH) the duties of; th. office. ndS = ,"
'wlthtbeIlolY.5sbbtJ5,5, alt laws the statute book 't- Ageii*' Waters & Carson' Grocery :Co.
' Adult season reserved seat its a Bn display oj .potted plant on h ? ,. I
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-1 1MoNDAY,5 tickets ....__ ......--..* ...".'5.00 and eut flowers. ".. S I 1 I beat,'of rar ability' anet- without I _, ,

:L : FEBRUARY 88. Adult season ticket ,,l.._...-...-. 3.00 '''&.prete and ,j..room baa been! to, J wbr thT.OUN80N.\ ', j _
.r .
i S 'is School... vchildren.. ...,,,,,.:'over twelve'Y' . ".. ". 1 P: Yitd .at. the Osceola:exhibit,_ nd Ir' .... -- "" c S.- '5

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