Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: March 6, 1914
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00636
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Through the courtesy of C W.
five commissioners were present I I Ward, the writer was driven ,in an
fat the regular meeting Monday, auto out to the road that Is being- ".
and certain matters that were laid I built from the city limits to the Pols-

over from the February meeting; were county line by convict labor, and,,he
disposed of, among which was the is prepared to state that 11hla opinion +.
awarding of the contract to publish the work is the best that has been "
the delinquent tax list for the present'' done in the county, and is sorting +
year. ' less than under the old system ri
For the Valley Gazette -f. One thing that impressed us was
many yearn a
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width of the it
waa the official organ of the commissioners t'et ; 1 road being fully
I 'In <4( tx ''1'' twenty feet wide and so rounded and
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that every part of it was avail.!'
year that body deemed it best to not .. , i
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designate in parallels
which to insert any partirular its legal advertisements paper l J .,] I.n JIlL.II : Ii' ..i"-L LI. J-.I. -I' iiI' i'llii iii II IIiII I railroad track from the crossing;
which will shorten the distance for.. ryr
leaving it optional with the ,I
clerk to give iff job work to the lowest merly traveled between this city: and "
bidder and' the I {Campbell at least one and a quarter ,
right to RESIDENCE
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printed in the The law I j As the road leads directly through 11
county. specifies
that this contract shall be let at COUNCIL The Great and Only 1 SPLENDID I| Shingle Creek swamp. It was necessary -. b
the February meeting, but owing to to build three length bridges,.
the absence of the chairman, the mat- I are fairly substantial it ,
ter was laid over until Monday last, I i his hoped the county can see its way M'I
when; as stated, the Valley Gazette: William J. Burns I clear to replace these with steel atl-ue- .
was designated as the medium through ORDERS ADDRESS ATAUDITORIUM tures before many years roll around. "
which the delinquent taxpayers will After clearing the right-of-way and
be notified that their property will I VISI"TS running ditches along each side of the
be sold | KISSIMMEE AND IS ENTERTAINED BY: HIS FRIEND ANI roadbed poles are placed ''as the first <
The,Valley Gazette, is deeply grate- SURVEY FORMER ASSOCIATE. ANDRE VAN DER l\IEER8CH-SO IM. foundation, then brush, then clay and "+
ful I lastly sand when the Wg roller la
\ for this continued evidence of con I
fidence on the part of the commissioners MAY brought into play and the entire cur- t'
and assures them that it will con- I r BECOME A WINTER RESIDENT.. : face rolled as' smooth alid even'' as ;'
tinue in the future, as it has since its -- I II Broadway. I
first issue, to work for the best Interests {! The greatest detective of modern come: here and look over the field, andif I The litter Is not an expert road-' ,
of the whole county, having no Made of Entire Lake Front I times-William J. Burns-has come I she was --as much impressed with By National Vice Coun- i builder, but It does'nqt require the N,
enemies to punish nor combinations I I and gone, and our people were as Kissimmee as he was, that he would services of an' expert to determine +
w to serve. 1 much impressed with his personality buy a home and spend their winters that as much real road work has been

It is universally conceded that send- r In City I as he was with the beauties of our here, and Mr. Van der Meersch is in |! cilor J. O. U. A. M. i accomplished I in with the state convict:
ing the Valley Gazette to parties in I i city and hospitality of our people. receipt of a letter saying that Mrs two months' time as was accomplished rn
the west and north who were seeking' As stated in our issue of last week, : Burns would arrive here next week. ; .1 in six months under the information as to conditions prevailing I Mr Burns came to Florida as a lecturer While in Tampa Mr. Burns was interviewed I system, and we believe the eommla.I ail
in Florida did more to bring prosperity BULKIIEADING LAKE FRONT under the auspices of the Alka- by a reporter of the Tampa I LARGE AUDIENCE LISTENS TO I stoners will continue the present: plan t
,to Kissimmee and Osceola county ONE OF MANY IMPROVEMENTS I hest society, and delivered addressesin Tribune in regard the case If Lieu DISTINGUISHED ORATOR TELL as long as they-can hire convicts"at a. ?
than al lother several of the state's I reasonable price ,"/ I
means ever employedby ADVOCATEDBY important tenant Becker, whose case had just THE TRUE STORY OF '
our people, and the regret! is general VALLEY GAZ- i: cities. been reversed by the supreme courtof TilE When this road ,(I. completed we- t
that the commissioners could not Kissimmee has as a citizen in the New York and expressed himselfin AIMS AND OBJECTS OF recommend to the commissioners that''
see their way clear to continue the ETTE FOR PAST person of Mr. Andre Van der Meersch the following language: THIS ORDER. they place the entire force on the road
plan after the first of'this year. It FIVE YEARS. an old friend and associate of Mr. I "There is absolutely no question as r- between Kissimmee and Basalnger and

,is more than probable the scheme will II'Bums, and that gentleman went to to the guilt of Police Lieutenant Chas Owing' to the' fact that the ladies not to cease work until a first class,
be revived this'coming fall. The council at Its meeting Monday Tampa and practically arrested the Becker, lIe, and he alone is to blame had a home talent show serviceable road I is built to that place.
A most surprising though pleasing, night took decisive action looking to great detective and drove him to Kis for the murder of Herman Rosenthal Pastime,and the Dixie on at the And )In this connection we recommend
had !
Yeport,to the commissioners was that bulkheading the entire ,lake front simmee in an auto, reaching' here on the gambler, who 'squealed' to District I I attraction-of JL special that step be taken at their next D\.. +
,of Road Superintendent Ash ton. When within the city, by appropriating the : the afternoon of Saturday. It was, Attorney Whitman, telling him of the !nothfnlll''' nf tha moving nnmarnus.m.11 pictures, to a/i*say.!.! ins lookinr to ihnrtf nlno- the road K._ ,+
this county put in a bid for state convicts sum of $500 for a survey and plans I Mr. Burns' intention to remain here graft that existed in the New York !i affairs,-a:very- small l--' audience-was- 'tween-Kiasimmee and St.Cloddlt it
to work the roads many thoughtthe and specifications and estimated cost: until Monday, but an urgent telegram city police department. Becker will I Ipected to greet National Vice-Coun ex- .I This is a question that baa engaged,
cost of their keep would be more of constructing the bulkhead. called him to Washington, and he took be convicted the second time. I cillor Webb who was scheduled to deliver I the attention of the board for several,,
than the hire of free labor but Mr This action was taken after the the fast train Sunday for that city. I "There would have been no Becker : an address at the high school- years, and that body is on record,'aa .;, f
Ashton's report shows that it cost only reading of a petition signed by a I Mr Burns does not present the appearance case, if Whitman had not reached the auditorium last night, but the fame I I favoring a bridge across the arm-of
$310 to feed forty-five convicts and number of owners of property abut I of a man one would imagine j scene of the murder within an hour |lof the gentleman as an orator the lake ,leading to Ingrajn's island.
guards during the month of February, ting the lake, requesting the council had spent his life ferertmg out after the shots which lulled Rosenthalwere have preceded him, for that immense must :|'but: as the city limits extend ,tt.ble _
and would cost much less during to take the initiative. This petition crime-he is clean-cut, pleasant of fired," continued Mr Burns. "It i J room was fairly well filled when he I.island it is necessary for ;the council:
March, as a great quantity of supplies was presented by Jno. M. Lee, but manner, kind in expression and fault\ was Whitman ,who prevented a gun was introduced to have the bridge built and the eoao-a
remained on hand from last was supported by several, among I less in speech He looks moro the being planted on the body of Rosenthal missioners are also on record aa of
last month. whom was L. A. Hamilton the man -uccessfur banker or merchant, and! as it lay on the sidewalk The The meeting was opened by Council- fering to pay $2,600 Off the cost;of,
-.- Mil Ashton stated that he believed to whom Kissimmee is indebted for I| his knowledge of affairs denotes hima gambler, when shot down, was unarmed j i( lor Flint of the local lodge, who in a this.bridge. if the city would order the,,
lie could feed, and feed well, the for the handsome golf course on the great reader and thinker. I I few words introduced S. J. Triplett, a I II work done and pay the balance;which "
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ty-five men in his department for less shores of the lake Mr. Hamilton laid | Whi'e' the fame of Kissimmee was I "The entire case from beginning to I II I member of the order, and that gntle- 'r! would amount to not more than 3000.

.than $SOQ a month, and that a great great stress upon the necessity of the wu'l 1 known to him, still his visit here I end was worked from a logical conclusion I I' man, after telling the children: that If this bridge is built and the road',,'
: deal of the! talk going around about city making certain improvements if I I ,.A'HS for the purpose of again enjoying the evidence in the trial of they were-today enjoying advantages' laid alongside the railroad tracks,.the
the,high cost of living was buncombe we desired to take our rightful placein the society of Mr. Van dr I' Becker and the gun men showing I I i in the way of public schools that were distance between Kissimmee and' St.. yr
for the fact is ,that it is the cost ofthlgb the front rank of the south's progressive Meersch, who had been his fist aid each step of the conspiracy from the ,' denied the children of the past generation Cloud would be reduced: at last l thr_'
living that is keeping men sidestepping cities.Bulkheading. in many of his famous eases and for time Rosenthal declared he was going J and especially was this a fact miles, which in Itself is ample i reason' -' -' r
to pay their bills. I the lake front and the whom he had former a close. attach to tell the district attorney of the)I as regards Kissimme, he told the for the outlay of building this bridge.'
construction of a boulevard along .the ment. But for the visit of Mr Hums I I graft, after which his life was t.hreat.-I| story of the life the children of other A. E, Drought appeared before the :,
commis-loners entire water front within the city's our people would .Ui! be in iKnoiuncp ened, to the actual hour of the shooting states were forGed to lead, especially board at Its meeting Monday and stat-< '
ry ricrosR Kissimmee river, saying limits has been one of the public improvements of the fact that our fellow citizen, Mr. (! i i"It in laws those states that had no child labor ed that the citizens of St Cloud Would t
that It would not only ba a great convenience that the Valley Gazette Van der Meersch, waft one of the most was not 'Gyp the Blood,' 'Dago ,, until a few years back. pay one thousand dollars toward the
to persons residing in the has advocated for the past five years, noted and successful detective: of this I Frank; 'Whitey Lewis: nor 'Lefty I But the audience was not present to cost of building this new, road,*and, d
southern part of the county, but an and we are glad to see that our efforts country, and has been foremost in unearthing -I Louie'-the men convicted for the ac- listen to local men, they were thereto that the Seminole Land A Investment ;'
actual necessity, if that section continued I have borne fruit. some of the \ t'sc..aft tual shooting of Rosenthal-who fear ;, learn of the aims and objects of company would put Into) service a,
, to build up as it had the pant I The petition follows: games that has bean pJayed in this ed for the gambler to till his story to the Junior Order of United American twelve-passenger auto between the ul

year. The matter was referred to the Kissimmee, Fla., March 3, 1914 country during the past ten yearn In r the district attorney. Charles Becker Mechanics, and when Mr. Triplett pre. two cities, which would make at least. a..,
attorney. I To the Council of the City of Kis fact Mr Van der Meersch was first and only Becker, wanted the silenceof sented the speaker eyes WAre opened four trips a day
I simmee, Florida.: lieutenant to the great detective, and Rosenthal assured When it was afresh' I yAT
much of the credit, we dare say, that fonrntful that Rrtaonthal hurl bean to Vice-Councillor Webb was HiifToHno-
J DELEGATES GRAND I of Woe the, riparian the undersigned owners interested owners in and fee has been accorded Mr. Burns was due see' 'Whitman- ,-ihe-th -''t; ; his from severe headache, and- hildh ;|I! M. L CHURCH ", '

Tohopekaliga, in the City of Kissim-. to the good work of Mr. Van der life was carried out and he was murdered been under a physician's care but
Meersch by the East Side none would have surmised that fact
LODGE K. Of mee, are interested in the propositionto gunmen. j
P. bulkhead' the entire shore of said But Mr. Burns knows his success is "District Attorney Whitman deserves from the manner in which he told his i'i
I lake within the city limits and beyond., due to the aid and support of his sub- praise for his work. lie never story. NEXTPASTOR,
; the south limits of the city, and inconsideration oidinate. and is ever ready to give permitted a single delay in the trial, Space and time forbids a detailed I
,GRAND CHANCELLOR 'w. J.j of the fact that the credit where it is due and reward merit or in working up the case against the, account of the splendid address, but)I E'' r

SEARS HEADS DELEGATION: city is the largest riparian owner by I I and while here offered Mr. Van der police lieutenant the ifunnvn suffice to say that for forty-five minutes ,i SERMONS ON MJSSlpNS.AND,, u+
reason of its streets and Cape Breeze: Meersch the chiefship of his European "With the assistance of the Burns he held his audience spell-bound. CONTINUE FOR,8EV- '
0' I boulevard, we suggest the appoint- agency a position that few men would Detective agency the district attorney j He told them that the J. O. U. A. M. .ii i s
The that will ERA
the local delegates the represent of ment of a Joint committee to be com- I I refuse, as it ranks at the head of the I succeeded in stopping the many i I had as its foundation stones Virtue '' SJN.DA! YS. : 4}
lodge at annual meet '
list of all the world.Hut attempts introduce perjured testimony Liberty; ratiralmiir; the Home and -
|the grand lodge of Knights of Pythias posed of five members, two of whom __ '
shall represent the city and three as nattering as was the offer for alibi purposes. the Public School; that no man could The 'pastor wUl begin a seriss of ",
Ocala will leave Monday
tat on the llth the U- 'the undersigned riparian owners, and I I Mr. Van der Meersch declined it, as "An the testimony of Jack Rose become a member who did not recog- sermons on missions to continue for
({ night, and as delegation Griffin we further respectfully suggest thatin he had months ago decided to spend showed Rosenthal would have met nize the Bible as the work of God the several Sunday. In this series of
of C. L. C. W.
composed Bandy, view of the fact that this is the (I the balance of his time on the shoresof death ten days before he was killed flag as the emblem of freedom the sermons the pastor will discuss the s J'
and J. D. Jeffords and is headed by
Lake enjoyingour had it not been for the-fear the home as the bulwark of the nation needs of ,
greatest possible public improvementthat Tohopekaliga gun- our own country, oar cities, '
Hon W. J. it
Sears chancellor
I. certain that all, grapd the : vill, could be undertaken fpr the benefit +!invigorating climate and the association men had of the Bums age l-y. The and the public school as the ward of rural districts, their needs and prom 1i
that Kissimmee is delegates the of Kissimmee, that your honorable I'I of our people. Mr. Van der men were waiting outside the restau- : true man and womanhood.The tae; the.educational work an basic'is
now largely on body make a sufficient appropriationto Meersch, in declining this splendid offer rant for Rosenthal to appear when I speaker said that the order their menace and possibilities: the I =!
nap.At.this cover the expense of investigatingthis i told his old friend and companion two strange men were seen standingon I taught that the man who served his missionary endeavor and the relation'.
meeting Mr. Sears will re- obtain correct list that while the glamor of a life irr Eu- the corner. Rose told the gunmen church best v.ould serve his order beat ship and obligation of the United + ;
proposition, a
jlinguiih grand the gavel, after officer years of servo o fthe riparian owners. i interested and )II rope and the chief hip of the world's that they were Burns' agents which I I I and that love was the link that should States to the other nations. He will :1' h,
c. as a lodge beginning
the the of procuring prelimniary alternate foremost agency was most bright and they were net, and the shooting did bind all mankind into one brotherhood take up the work in foretgncflelds) ,the ,J
t- lowest ladder and
to the rung on plans, specifications and estimates of alluring, still there was an opportunity not take firmLakein but that the order was opposed t? 'nil need of those i lands, what. Is tlas; :i'L
JimblAg have been pinnacle.Js That his the construction and cost of the said here to not only live a life of con "I am the belief that Becker would fight to the death the landingon done and the hopeful outlook. .', .JAt' (A L',
ervices loyal evidenced: proposed bulkhead. tinual enjoyment, but to financially will be convicted when he is tried American soil of anyone who' did :' the morning hour next Sunday"" -,,.;

rthe.-fact i until: he of reached his promotion the head step of that by Clav Johnson John M. bee, prosper far beyond the ordinary man again, for I am sure Whitman will'''I not come prepared to become an Amen ,the pastor*will., speak on .the home ,'-" ... ,

p ad and noble order, 1 Lumbers Co.. bv C. A. Carson. imagination- as the future of Kisnim- prosecute him as vigorously as he didfore. ean citizen in fact and who did not. church as a. base of supply.. At,the", file,
l-". Pres. M Tiller. J. M. Willson, Jr., H.Fleming I mee was as bright or brighter than ., The- gunmen will meet their : recognize a' living God. evening hour on Florida, its needs, ref- .t
;C ryn.- Harry W. Thurroan, KIssimraee that of any other place in America, death probably. within.. ,the next few At ,the conclusion of this 'masterly soorees and future. :, 41,.:'-r"' ,*.. :)I p;(
p; Frank Walker, Basslnger;' rnenv Club Co. bt Harry Hunter and he looked forward to the time, weeks., : 'address the MidJenee was loud in. its <-,Kev.-Mr L.wlerhas. rawledeverti. >
tar i of the board, of county commie.lonere.wuhere Vr.P ,I only a,few years ,hence when steam ,"Th day has'passed in this country applause and .it certain. that the or* entire state as presiding elder and toe;
Monday to,attend boats would ply between this. ,city when police officers and other officials der will grow In numbers and influence representative .'of : the educational. '.
he- regular*monthly meeting of the and the Atlantic and Gulf pert. can order the taking of human life to through his. efforts. :'It Is possi work of the Methodist church in fleet ;;.1
krd." and stated that the political pot 8..E. Waters, who/with his family; :And Mr." Burns himself was somewhat ,protect themselves'and get away with ble Mr. Webb will return here at some .Ida. He is familiar with the Industries ,' .
been placed on' the fir* and would moved to Nareoossee trop! Ohio'a year ,of that frame of mind for after ft., Gunmen are being suppressed all date that will not'conflict with any local ,resources social and church: life; +T r ',
.gin to boil in a few,weeks, but as .K. passed. through the'City,Monday lookln,' over oar city and meeting over'the countl'J'"IThe'proper':; way to entertainment..when the auditorium of the le of Florida.;AIl are eorw ,;' ,
et be did not know'who would offerr 0 en route to Cincinnati-where-he had man"&of oqrpsopie,-.wrote to his wife. get> rid of to'show them whatwill will be,filled to,standing room to dially invited to attend the services etl, ft' it' ,
the offjce he now held.. x. j jits. been called on argent. usIness.'A I I who".' at, Miami 'for the winter to to them If hear him ', J.. '- .-' v 1 I :
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t. '.invitation -was accepted, and the iarr- the.first- instance 5J086 gal :

.bE"iiv' T I' est gathering of editors ever known In MATERIALTO lons' per minute and for the steeper

Florida will be present, to give him grade 28,2tiO gallons per. minute.. It

.. .. wele>>rne.1 ;. will therefore be seen that a twenty.
;t. It ''is expected that Congrexsmai four-inch pipe laid on a-,.rade of thir-"

Sparkman and probably other nation ty-slx inches to the 100 feet will-have b

WILL KNOCKTHE a I figures will come with, the vice- BUILD over five times the- capacity of the

president:'and attend.the..meetingt at same size: pipe laid on a grade of one I
which there' will ahio' be present Governor 100 feet '- ',
Trammell of .Florida and the Under the same, conditions. thai ShOeS

members ,of his cabinet maximum velocity for a twelve-Inch.

KNOCKER .At the close of the meeting of the DIRTROADSSoils tile on a- grade, of one inch per, 100

Florida State Press association' the feet equals one and one-fourth feet

., Florida editors and the honored per second, or about seven-eighth(

I;,-,1 guests will go on a trip up the Caloosahatchee miles per :-hour", and for the same tile

: river, across Lake Okeechobee ,on a grade of thirty-six inches to the

Twenty -fjJe Dollars Or and through the drainage canal of Fine'Texture Make 100 feet the velocity would be seven

\ : to Miami, also paying a visit to Palm and one-half feet per second or about
Beach, thus giving Vlce-Presriden five and one-sixth miles per hour The V
;> Fifteen Marshall and the members of the par discharge for the twelve-Inch tile in

Days ty the chance to inspect the drainage Poor Roads the first instance would be 442 gal 69

work done' in the Everglades; ,by th< I lons per minuter and for the steeper PAIR OTS.V
i .. 'I'WILL i i state. grade Ions per minute, or
i 'HANDED THE PERSON about five times as much. .

WHO KNOCKS TilE HEALTH. COARSER SOILS MAKE SATIS.I'I' By Increasing the fall we increase We have a few pairs of Ladies old
FACTORY ROADS the capacity Qf the pip!, decrease the
THE CLIMATE OF TilE CONTRASTING THEY ARE KEPT IN size of the pipe necessary and there- and odd-sized Shoes that

e .SOIL OF THAT PROGRESSIVE PROPER REPARI.' fore decrease the cost: of the culverts. We are .going -

CITY. Furthermore culverts laid flat will

--I-. soon fill up, but if given a good fall, to almost give away; only 69c pair

be classedt CALIFORNIA Washington D. C., March 3.-Assoils they will keep themselves clear.If .
Dade City not
may -
much fall is obtained in a
but differ agricultural purposes,
t south Florida metropolises
among pipe, the spillway should be pav .

: it natters certainly than is,more any' other up-to-date city in in Borne this roads they expert differ Clay of for the or soils roads department of, says fine tex-the of ed.and around Earth should the pipe be in tamped layers under, and CUT PRICE On All HIGH QUARTERED SHOES 1

; blooming' commonwealth. There is a
: i WITH. FLORIDA should be of sufficient depth to pre .
cially if they contain much vegetableture
'> "t pest abroad in Florida that ha and broken
vent the pipe from being by
state's development usually make poor roads, e pe-
\! doing more to retard the J traffic but under circumstances

"' : 1/ bugi than and all potato the rots whiteflie could, tomato do- ---, which matter.contain The coarser some sand soils,or however gravel,, should; a ridge over no the culvert be allowed MEN'S and LADIES' High Quartered Slices Cut '20',
for it not only endangers
allude will often make very satisfactory roads sV j
.1 in, thousand We. to
'r. that a parasite commonly years. Known) as the I II Different for* light traffic, provided they are life of the culvert, but is a menace to
States Widely traffic.An .
Though $5.00
I ""knocker and every place has its full kept in proper repair. attempt to drain mud holes' with Florsheim, $4.00
If he road is of fine !
all composed clay
lie sleeps. and at
1.I" times the never job collecting all\ man- or soil, it will sometimes pay to resurface rulvert pipes will fail in most eiisus. .for.
i nero of malicious on puff to roll BHHHM) Are SimilarO'l.Y I it with topsoil from- an adjacent / The water should be drained yft' by $4.50 Douglas, $3.60
1 means of open ditches; th;j noft mud
field which has sand
t ( his tongue and pew out at any and | or gravel
thrown out and replaced with just for
senseless enough to lill- mixed with it. This method, called $4.00 Queen Quality $3.20.
-lif every person enough good firm earth to make it ,
method is in
top-soil now successful -
lie lives fend on the
'Ii tenS prospers with the
level (after consolidation)
STATES WORThYONSiIEIATUN use in Virginia, North Caroline -
work of others to the interests TWO
a menace
I }:" ,.< j surrounding surface. If mUll holes i'li
and Georgia and probably other
of this town a barnacle on ( ( \ AS C1TUUSiKOWINK
;,/I 'earth roads are filled with liru.h orI ,
""J/..( the body politic and un incubux to (; REGIONS AND .states.The earth road can best be crowned I stone, it will usually resu t in. two I Entire stock of Winter Shoes cut

t. society. I'ROIHTEKH) OF OTHER and ditched with road machine and i mud holes one at each 1.1I1Repal..s \.
a ,
n But Dade council has put a I
City be made
f spoke in their wheel, to prohibit them SEM1TKOP1CALKKU1TS.' not with picks and shovels scoops and I to roads should I II same way. Sale One Day Only.
i when needed, one on e a year
plying their trade by framing the following plows. One road machine( with a One
"laid out. day'slabor
1" after are
ordinance suitable power and operator, will do
"That whoever :within the corporate I the work of many men with picks judiciously distributed through,

'I..1, limits of the city of Dude City thereby maliciously 1'Morida anil California, bough "".de- and The shovels road, and machine do i-t should better. be used out better the work year,in accomplish maintenance more of and unearth Nothing Charged at These Prices I
with intent to profit I
I or of
U' ly different are in many particularsHJmilar. road than the annie amount
when the soil is damp, so as to make
shall slander the title of any person sound like I labor in six especially
!II' \ This may a par- the soil bake when it dries out. If expended days
I : r;' to any property in Dade City, or tial paradox; but it is ta tie. They are it is worked-dry, it takes more I I if the six days are in August, September -I
9 to any property in 1'osco county whichI' the only two states worthy of consideration or October, when the ground is
,' draw the machine, and, besidesJKlry
citizen of
at the time belongs to
as citrus frau (>owiiiK, regions hard and airy.lkeauc .
earth and! dust retain moisture and
listed Dade for City Hale, or with which any at duly the lironm-d time i il iK jiml as th(' producers' of semi-tropical quickly I lut after rains. The use of I of its simplicity the its '.-tTi- i H. STANFORD CO.
and split-lop
fruits of other kind ciency cheapness I
clods, sods, weeds or vc-getatile malI -
dealer such I
real estate agent or in
j is destined
of similar device
S / Jlropertyoriatheul'entoftI1l'0wn..r'I They are both favored results "1"111 building! t those who ,Beck balmy dunes as a e-' avoided because they alv retain moisture. to conicinto more and more'
of such property; I If fuges from the biting blasts of northern . general use. With the drug properly
, ; "Or whoever within said corporate winters either for pleasure or in built i and its use well I understood' the I
I mistake the
I\ It is a gieat .to put 'I
" limits maliciously/ or with to I
< uest of health. maintenance of eurth and ir/avel 1 roads
evil | working of the earth off until August 'a
: profit thereby fl'rtifity concerning : But with these features tlv points or September. The surface is then become a simple and inexpensive mat I -
..' '4 the value, quality or : make l .
; of resemblance almost cease. The ter. Care should he taken to
baked and hard. It i is
not only
... t healthfulness of- such property, shall climatic conditions, though compara- difficult dry to work but is unsatisfactorywork the log so \light that one man ean lift I in ..i>. midrrtnklntEV rnnnacllon of .distributed to the holders of the c-ntl-
; 1' be deemed guilty of an offense against tively mild in both instances, are as when Hone. Earth which is loosj it with ease, as a light drag: can he I operation K'onimonly rnrrlod on or undertaken mon Block pro rata. according to trie i
,;'1." the city of Dade City and upon con- I medium-sized horses by promoters. tnv<.,torn.flnniii'lem. I number of shares outstanding and
far are the geographicala..uatlons as' drawn by two
thereof shall be punished by separated as and dry will remain dusty as long i-onirnrlors.. ,nuT.-lin. nl K.rnmiiilniilnn without preference.Any .
J' .viction dollars of the two states. Even the the dry weather lasts and then turn I and responds more readily to various men and a"'''n 10. and In part or all of said capital stock
I "t; fine of not less than twenty-five I order of the recurrence of the wet and mud the rains begin. methods of hitching and shifting positions ltn> course of Ruc-h b'lNtncsR' to flrnw. tuny. be payable either In cash or In /
nor more than two hundred dollars to as soon as nrcfpt.kndnrn... acquire and .mail nil property labor or services. at a Just
I is C'alif..mia's of the than a heavierone.
or by Imprisonment in the city dry season transposed. I By using! the road machine in the operator !or any ,,,'!(ullahl.. or transferable In- valuation to h.. flxea by tin incorporators -
1J'b, \ Jail for a term of not less than fIfteen -I, rainy season coming in the midst of spring of the year while the soil is I utrumcntH and ..necurlt... Includinirdohc .' or by the Directors\ at a meeting'called iI
;/. I winter while that of Florida occurs soft and damp, the surface i is more n In rci. bondn.. notes and bills of for such purpose.
days nor more than sixty days orby The authorIzed capital stock be
; with its cooling showers in the sum exchange.To may
\ both such fine and such imprisonment easily shaped and soon packs down I i, Issued and paid for at such time or
I J'": in the discretion of the mayor." mer time. into a dry hard crust which is less LA. HORTICULTURAL ulltn., purchase tranefer.: an:\\ulr.i.; .hold. own of thefltofkH. nit' I times and upon such terms and conditions iI
There however such sharply the Hoard of
no a. Directors
isr liable to become dusty in summer or bondn. and other evidences of I' maysk.
drawn distinction Between the wet and muddy in winter. lnd<'l>tednenn of any corporation do- 'determine.

:r W. .C. BASS AND.., the California.dry season Here in our Florida rainfall as is distributed in- quickly Storm before water it shouid has time be to disposed penetratedeeply of I', SOCIETY TO MELT mefttlc! obligations.To or therefor foreign.Its and.Htocks to Issue bond In... exchange orother !i The by corporation Its corporate ARTICLE shall name IV.i .have perpetual succession I

., with sufficient evenness into the surface. This can be I ly. and Is to exist perpetually.
acquire, own work. lease morll -
; ,VY. W. throughout all seasons to keep things done by giving the road a .crown or I The twenty-seventh annual meetingof l gage convey sell and dispose of anv I ARTICLE V.
and growing the year around mlnen. minerals ores mineral oils of The business of the corporation
green slope from the center to the sides. the Florida State Horticultural society -
; all kinds mining and mineral oil shall bo conducted by a President, a I
and custom-
and to render it possible, For an earth road which is twenty- i will take place at Palatka, beginning rlRhtK. and metalliferous land., and Vice-president Secretary and a Treas
:" WILL REPRESENT OSCEQLA ary, to grow crops of some kind every four feet wide the center should be Tuesday, May 5th, and lasting any Interest therein and to explore. urer. and such other officers and
;s' COUNTY AT CONVENTION month in the-year. not less than six inches nor more through Wednesday, Thursday and work exercise develop the Mame. and agents a. may from time to time b.
to manufacture and transport all elected or appoInted. and by a Boardof
: IN FORT, MYERS. During the dry season in Californiathe than twelve inches higherthan the the forenoon of Friday, according to kinds of ores metals and minerals Director consisting of not ....
J face of the country where expensive outer edges of the shoulders. A nar- an announcement just sent out by and the products thereof. than three nor more than seven mem- I
'" -' irrigation is not practiced resem- row road which is too high in the Miss Okle C. Painter, secretary of the To establish construct, operate and 'ber. VUus number of Directors shall
of teachers principles bles a desert in the almost entire absence conduct turpentine farms and tills, be fixed by' the stockholders In the
*L A statei. convention middle will become rutted almost as society. The members of the program by-laws from time to time, and toe
.:, ,* superintendents and school of vegetation. But during the quickly as one which is too flat, for committee are now hard at work shingle and mills power, saw plants mill., ,tramway.electrlo lightIng log officer shall be elected or. appointed

L board having been called to meet at rainy months of the year the long the reason that on the narrow road and. they expect to have something roads, dredging and drainage plantar a. prescribed by the by-laws. Tbe

.' Fort Myers. March 10 to I 13, the I withheld moisture comes. down in all the traffic is forced to use onlya interesting, and are trying to get some and : : :'., water works and 'sewerage offices same person except may a* hold may two otherwise or more b.
the face of the and systems; and to manufacture
r "school boarj at its meeting: Tuesday torrents that devastate narrow strip.Shoulders speakers on horticultural topics. and deal In lumber cross tleB prescribed by the by-laws s
,,Ii 'unanimously decided to send Chair- : country, inflict property losses of millions are often formed on both The entertainment committee of Pa and naval stores of all kInd. The following named persons shallbe

\' Man' W.' C,, Bass and Commissioner and Jeopardize and in many sides of the road which prevent storm latka is preparing for all of the en- To acquire purchase catch. take. the of the officers Company to conduct until the the officer:business 9.

'. I ;'W.S' W Chandler to represent this cases destroy, human life. water from flowing into side ditches tertainment that the members can Indulge buy. hold. store pack. preserve. Bell.export who shall be elected at the first election -
tmnty"and these gentlemen will leave In Florida the gentle rains of win- retaining it in the ruts and softening in and not conflict with the regular dispose of and distribute fish of officers of said Company shall
all klndn. and to generally *
ter down softly, like a benediction -1 of engagen be qualified:
for that city Monday. come the roadway. These ruts and shoulders meeting. the fifth business.To .
\C{ Thurman, President.
t .. Miss jNannie) Reese, who has proved upon the verdant face of the can be entirely eliminated with Membership dues of $1.00 are requested build buy sell equip operateand i I Harry,.... U. Maklncon. Vice-President. V

s ,a most efficient instructor of music in smiling land, imparting the moisture the road machine or split-log drag. to be forwarded to the secretary own. steam ships steam boats. It. D. Porter Secretary.
the high, school for the past two that feeds the abundant life of the i Ordinarily, the only ditches neededare box 187, Jacksonville, Fla. nailing vessels motor launches powerboats I C. A. Carson Treasurer.
the and other boats and property to and Harry W. Thurman W. B. Mak-
that clothes
her to vegetation
tendered resignation
terms those made with the ma- business
be used In such trade commerce Inson. It. D. Porter. C. A. Carson Jos.
take effect at the close of' the present 'face of ntaure with a perpetual glow chine, which are wide and shallow. and navigation; and to con- Thurman. Arthur E. Donegan and P.

I term.. instructed the days that the floods TEllS I'ATKNT ANI lNCOItI'ORATIUN. wharves warehouses and terminalsIn The first election of DirectorS shall
and Upon same
reslgntaion Superintendent which is
especially on steep slopes ..
connection with such business.To I) held on the 14th day of April A. D.
Sears to write Miss Reese, and torrents were sweeping with destructive another good reason for decreasing and all other business. 91t. and thereafter the annual election -
thanking her for her untiring and efficient I rush the mountian sides and the steepness of the grades. It is difficult -' and pursue to do any and all other acts of Director shall be held at the

Lt labor while connected with the valleys of southern California wiping to maintain an earth road, or Notice la hereby !given that the un- and things, and to- exercise any and principal office and place of businessof .
out in hour all traces of the laborsof dorslKned will apply to the Governor all other powers which may be neces- the corporation on the second Tues '
kind of road for that matter, on
any of the State of Florida on the 25th nary. expedient or convenient In connection day of April In each year If not a
_ _ _
years and inundating to the depthof legal holiday and If a legal holiday
a steep grade. day of March. A. t) 1914. for Intern with. or In addition to the
many feet the streets of populous The width of the earth road will HOTEL COMPANY under the followIng bU81,-,,. and businesses hereinbefore then on the next: succeeding business

1 I cities the smile of etherealized matchless! Florida of depend on the traffic. As a rule twen- atent proposed c f ::"I"gantR'l; !;:!' of Bpi'dfted.corporation which of a this natural character person may anda day ARTICLE VI. AThe

sunshine, like the gold ty-five or thirty feet from ditch to Incorporation a copy of which has lawfully do and exercise and to do said corporation shall adopt an
the streets'of the Heavenly City, was ditch is sufficient, if the road id properly been flied In the office of the Secretary any and nil of the businesses or things appropriate seal and shall adopt bylaws
$ TO VISIT fLORIDA glorifying the face of the fairest land crowned. A road that is narrower of State of said State of Florida. before mentioned either alone or In for the government of Its affairs, V
not Inconsistent with its Articles of
that God has made with the benison than twenty-five feet is difficult HAnkY W. THUnitfAN. combination.It nnnrnnmtlnn' mnri ttiA 1..__ nf 'h_ f V
' -
of iti Creator.-Tampa Times.ANNONCEMENT. to maintain for the above stated U. D. PORTER. I. the Intention that all the object ta-te "of Florida, which b' .ia..i, maybe
j WILL ADDRESS' STATE PRESS roads the teams C. A. CARSON. and powers specified, and clausescontained amended or repealed as may be
reason that on narrow JOS. THURMAN. In this paragraph shall except provided In said bylaws.ARTICLE
'ttt ASSOCIATION AT ITS AN- I are more apt to track than on a wider i where otherwise' expressed. In VII. V
road causing it to rut if subjected to said paragraph be nowise limited or
: NUAL SESSION AT There will be an open meeting of Article of lBe.ri oraitleH amd Prop .- I restricted by reference to or Inference The highest amount of Indebtednessor
FORT MYERS. heavy hauling. e4 Charier of Orayitoa' from the terms of any other clause of liability to which the corporationcan
.4 the Modern Woodmen of America in The road should not be loosened, hotel Company. this or any other paragraph In this at any time subject itself shall
the council chamber, at the City Hall dug, or plowed up any more than is The undemlBned. Harry W. Thur. Charter but that the objects and ,-pow- not exceed the amount of It. capital V
''March 6 at 7SO as W. B. Maklneon R D. Porter. C. crs specified In each of the clauses of stock authorised at such time. ,
; Co!. T. J. Appleyard. whom everybody on Friday night, absolutely necessary. The road shouldbe man. '
and this paragraph shall be regarded; a ARTICLE VIII. ,<*
A. Caraon Joa. Thurmaji hereby
w : in Florida knows because he has Deputy J. M. Brady is here fer the gradually raised, not lowered; har- associate themaelvei., together for the Independent objects and powers. ThisCharter The. names and residence of the subscribing it
4 been secretary of the Florida Press purpose of organizing a camp of the dened, not softened. purpose of becomIng Incorporated uner may be amended from time to Incorporator. together! with
i in this city. the la.... of the State .of Florida. time as provided by law now or here- the number of shares of the authorized
associtalon since its, organization, is society On flat lands, where water moves after enacted. capital stock subscribed for by eaah ,
,jutt! ; bom from a trip to Washington, All who are interested are invited to slowly, grading material should be ARTICLE I. ARTICLE III. are as follows:
be present to hear the merits of the and culverts The name of this Corporation shah Harry W. Thurman. Klsslmmee, Fla.,
p. C.. and Richmond, Va. While in taken from the lower be QRATBTONB HOTEL; COMPANY. The amount of Its capital. stock au-
the former city he called upon Vice- society explained. supplied where waterways oc Its principal office and place of butt- thorised shall be two hundred, thousand 600 W.share H. Msklnson. Klsslmmee. Fla, V
president Marshall,and, invited that cur. A shallow ditch on the upper ness shall be In thW City of (S200.000.00) dollars divided Into CO shares.
thousand (1,000) shares of the
s distinguished gentleman to be present ATOMOBILE-Buick touring car, has side makes it possible to give culverts County Florida, and of Oiceola.It shall In ""'the. KIB.lmm..e'l. two value one hundred (9100.00) dol- R. D. Porter, Klsslmmee Fla..

at the coming session of the press as- been used 'very little; will exchange a good falL Two or ,more small pipes, tablish other offices and agencies! : Car. each one hundred thousand shares.C.. A.. Carson, Klsslmmee, Fla., 1, ,
p, sedation April 22 and 23, at Fort My- for town or country real es instead of one large one of equal capacity within and] without the State of Fror- '. $100.000.00)of ) dollar thousand of said(1.000)stock share consisting shares.

'j- ers,, and deliver an address. Which tate. J. M. Willson. Jr.. ll-4t may be used f OK culverts, especially it,.. ARTICLE II. of the one e of one hundred Jo. Thurman. Klsalmmee, Fla., 100 V
if the large pipe necessitates ($I paJolr: : each. shall I be common .hares.
F4I much grading or raising of the road The general .nature of the business stock and one hundred thousand IN WITNESS WHEREOF the sail
1$ subscribers hereunto their
have set
or bUsinesses to be transacted by said (100000.00 dollars of said stock
way. At least six inches should be Company I. as follow: consisting of one thousand (1,000) hands and seals, this 19th day of F.b-
left between each pipe and earth To carry on the business of hotel shares of the par value of One hundred ,ruary1 A. D. 1814.
should be tamped around them ..thoroughly and Inn keepers restaurant keeper., (1100.00) dollars each shall be W. B. MAKINSON. \
washout.To caterers, keepers of livery stables andgarages preferred stock. The holders of thepr..r..rred I .
so as to prevent a R. D. PORTER.C.
Announcement stock shall' be entitled to
for hor.ele..conveyance.and
; prevent washing on steep roads, motorvehicles of all kinds, warehouse receive when and a. declared from A. CARSON.
the water should be carried under the men, tobacconists, dealers In the surplus or net profits of the corporation I JOS. THURMAN. I V
surface at frequent intervals from the provisions, barbers and hair d reisers. yearly dividends at the rateof
news. dealers and proprietors or managers eight per cent(1%) per annum, and
( upper to the lower side, and from the of theatre., houses and no more. The dividends on the preferred STATR OF FLORIDA
the and of S. B. Ault- opera
Having Garage Equipment
lower side away from the road. Five other places of public entertainment. stock shall be cumulative and COUNTY OF OSCEOLA S3
i( man. known ai theKiiinxmee Auto Company, we wish to an- twelve-inch pipes in a mile of roadway To acquire by purcha. or otherwise shall be- payable before any dividend I BE IT KNOWN: That before me,
the stock shall be paid or the undersigned Notary Public,'In and
hold buy, sell, convey exchange on common
'i 'aoyce'that we'will endeavor to give Every Customer full value. is about as cheap and far t better own, lease mortgage dispose of set aside for the same period. so that for the State of Florida, County of V
than one twenty-four-inch The In real estate other If for anji period dividends at the rat> Osceola personally appeared HarryW.
dolla 's work business llpe. trade and deal or
li; ", >"fpr,erery or given us. water must be disposed 0 it property. personal or mixed. oi eight per cent (I"%' ) p.r annum [ Thurman W. B. Maklnson. R. E>

a ,, 'jV i" hope:to male of it Garage Headquarters for all AutomoLiI..AccelaOriea'aDd rains force(or headway, 'or,Was timeto To survey subdivide plat Improve. hall ferred not stock have the been deficiency paid on the shall man.Porter to A.well Carson known. >and and Jos.knownato Thurc I

solicit damage the,road. S and develop lands"for xarpo.ea of sal paid before any dividend shall be paid] me to b* the-.indIviduals In and who I
i'- ; your patronage. : The maximum velocity for a twen or otherwise, and to perfornall upon or set apart for the co np-.on ubscrlbed their name to the for.go
_ _ thlnge needful for the developmeat. stock. In the .vent of llQUJdstlan Charter and .acknowl
any ng proposed
, .We believe that a satisfied customer is our cheapest medium ty-four-inch vitrified tile flowing full Improvement and management! of or dissolution or winding up. edged that they executed the asm for '-
4. *' and weasky to give triaL, without head on a grade of two inches the same tot residence' trad,or .business. whether voluntary or involuntaryo'; the purposes therein expressed.WITNESS V
t .of advertisinc u us a hundred feet is 8.6 feet per second the corporation the holder of thopreferred my hand and official seal. .
per about two and one-fourth miles To conduct a genera real estate stock shall be entitled to beiOd at Klsslramee. In the County and Btate
,or surety .and Insurance agency and In .full both the par amount of foresald, this Ittb day of February.
Osceola' Automobile Company'W per hour. When the grade is Increased brokerage business and' to act as their shares and the unpaid dividend ..
; ,- : to .thirty-six: Inches per 100 feet, agent, broker or attorney In faot. for accrued thereon o'beOIr amount (Seal)1 it W. 8AROKNT, i '
becomes inches any person. Arms or corporations In shall be paid to the of the Notary Public, State of Florid .
: ;, !' )J.. the ,velocity, twenty pledging and dealing after. 11.
.'J.'r.Qfanrrnfr i ,'L.G.g.srR.Mgr ;' baying selling common stock and the paymentto My commission expires February .
., : ; .. seoond or about thirteen and In. real or personal. propertyor its the holder of the' preferred stock V..
_ _ Q': 4ta... ' ',< ' f.wU.- \ #**.. ',' ': ; <,rcf\ thr.e-fourtLa miles per hoar. The discharge accessories; of It* par amount and unpaid dividend JiltAN8, AONBW *'CRAWFORD.Attorney ., '

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'1" E' >KISS 1M.. II, VALLEY Y
.:MAJlC'H'C., "' 14. ? ,j :

," specific duty. upon the. sheriffs! it is ;;;-required to file wi the oil ,, 'l" .

desired that'10U do all possible to the' circuit court detailed itemized THREE CITIES .:::4...
INDICATES; enforce a strict compliance with itsproY statements of campaign' expenditures (Prickly Ah Poke Root, mat. Potassium. "' )1 fo'- .... ,
.ion.. You will upon reading and contribution One. statement to' '
I this law find important provisions be filed not more than thirty days nor Prompt Powerful. Feraaaeet,. .:

>ilST" FULLY thereof 1st., The as follows amount, to-witf which'a candidate'- the less primary.than, twenty-five,; one statement day not prior more to "\WILL BE INTJOACE l*twoefict&i u* wally e(.r t Stubborn FWd to P. I MM*, <*. Iruaa-it Ootxl Mmtlu' .OOTMMl w. ,

for'a'state"or ,county office..can expend than twelve day nor less than eight P ; ', T. r Quickly wlMaetlMrnMiUyo...... ,
of nisi own funds'or'fund* contributed days prior to the primary also a statement *" fiisM*) *' VstMMtl
la limited to the sum fixed by I shall be made wIthin ten day : '
the law. after the primary., The candidates for p., p. p.
OBSERVE "2d.A candidate cannot make expenditure national and state offices are required
to'make and file similar .
except for the following. : reports with
purposes! the secretary of,atate., . Mate. rich,, red. 'pure blood-clean sea.the. entire +
"For his traveling expenses -rhile "13th;The word 'candidate' ('n this system--clears the braia +strengthen dlgeatloaand nerves It

campaigning fee for qualifying stenographic act has defined announced aa meaning to any person or For A 'positive epecino for' Blood PoUoa and akin diseases., N
Trammel! Instructs work derka at his cam any person Next Reunion of Con,
iv ,. paign headquarter 'to address,. pre- to the public that he is a candidate fora Drive out Rbetonatlaaa and 5toM tile Plata;'ends Malaria;
are and mail, cataDaiom literature certain office. After so announcing is a :wonderful tonic and bodf"build4r."lbOUBaDd.. endorse it.
iheriffs Watchful I telegrams,,-'-- telephones, postage', each candidate should under the law, federate Veterans \ '
To Be freight,, express,' stationery list of keep an accurate itemized statementof .:.F.V..UPPMAN. CO.; rAa 'SAVANNAH, GAT:

voters, office rent,' newspaper advertising his campaign expenses. .
'in "14th. Persons other than candidates '
,,advertising campaign book f
LCHINERY OF STATE IS SET IN printing and the renting of hall* in who violate this law shall, be RICHMOND. NEW ORLEANS AND . .'
EXECUTIVE which to the voters. Expenditures : punished by a fine of as much a* $1,000of ,
OTION BY CIUEF address WACO TEXAS. WILL SEND ----- - -- -- r" -
twelve month imprisonment or
TO AID IN ENFORCEMENT for any other purposes are by both such fine and imprisonmnet. STRONG DELEGATIONS TO I required to erect the building, and buy I LITERARY '

'f OF PRIMARY prohibited." "Candidates who violate the law are JACKSONVILLE TO SECURE the furnishings,'and that no southern :, CHAUTAUQUA .. .
LAW. 3d. No candidate or private citizen I. subject to the same penalty and in state gave as much to the cause as '
hall employ or offer to employ campaign addition their names shall not be NEXT REUNION was contributed by President McKin- SOCIETY IS ORGANIZED '
I workers, or campaign speakers, printed the primary ticket, :or OF OLDHEROES. ley's 'cabinet. This assertion started
Tallahassee, FJa. March 2.-(Spe- nor shall any loans, gifts or rewardsbe the general upon election ticket, and in the the fireworks 1. Richmond and the I
to Tampa MmesGovernore11 ) made by either to influence a voter. event the crime i is not discovered until newspapers of the old Confederate TWENTY NAMES WERE ENROLL.
is determined that the pro- "4th. No person shall solicit, receiveor after the election no commission shall capital are publishing long stories '
one of the new primary law shall accept any pay, gift, reward, loan, be issued to the offender if he was Jacksonville, Kla., March 3.-The about it every day. | El' ON TilE LIST OF THE r*
enforced in every particular. HeM of value, for services, loss of time, or I elected. If he gets into office before indication now are that three strong The controversy seems td have settled I INITIAL MEETING .
addressed a letter to the sheriff of. money, salary, contribution! or thing I I the discovery of the crime, he shall delegations will be in Jacksonville in down to a decision on both sides N, LAST FRIDAY.
eh of the counties of the state re- for expenses, in consideration of his then, upon discovery of the offense, be May to competed for the next reunionof to fight the. battle out before the con-
'J1lm to make inquiries andtnoT".tiy vote or service he render I vention of the United
\\r any may removed'or impeached. the Confederates. Richmond,-Va., Confederate Vet-
A Chautauqua and Scien-1":
candidate or any other per- I for or against a candidate. I "In the above I have not attemptedto and New Orleans are already organizing em.' association in Jacksonville in tific Literary called .,
n who ls found to be violating any j. 5th. No person, not a candidate set out'the law in full, but have their (forces for the contest May. R. E. Lee Camp No. 1 of Rich Circle generally the C. L- -
visteli. of the new law. The gov- himself, in furtherance of or in oppo- merely in a concise way referred to a and letters have been received from mond insists that the Confederate reunion was organized Friday after
in connection Chau-
nor offers the services of a detective I sition to the candidacy of any per- number of the important features Waco, Texas, indicating that that city in Jacksonville will have authority noon With the -
nv sheriff who sees fit to call uponm son shall give, loan, expend, contribute thereof. For your information I am will be in the fight also to determine the question of dedication tauqua field Assembly by Mrs. Ida D Cole,/.
for the Chau-
tor such aid. or to give, loan, expend ceremonies while Chairman secretary Mother
i promise pay ,
sending you a copy of the law. Richmond, through.R. Lee No. : of New York
tauqua Twenty name _
| Governor Trammell refers to past I j or contribute any money or other "If you at any time find it necessary 1. and its trade bodies, l is already in Ellyson declare*flatly, and with some I were enrolled and it Is expected that
radices in this state wherein can- thing of value for any purpose to have the services of "a detective the fight, and the Confederate camps I warmth, that the reunion can have several more will be added at the next "' ,
dates for office have virtually been I whatever; provided, personal serv- in connection with cases arising of Louisiana pushing the nothing to do with it.
are quietly which will
be held
meeting, at the
ed to employ the aid of "votetters"and ices and personal traveling' expenses under this law! kindly advise me. claim and advantages of New Orleans 'I A parting shot fired at Chairman I I home of Rev. S. W. Lawler Thursday
I be contributed and provided
calls upon the sheriffs to may ; "Yours truly, Ellyson by a member of the Richmond
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the candidates in ridding them- I I that campaign contributions made direct "PARK vcery TRAMMELL camp shows how hot the fight is there."I at o'clock when the details ''1
/ I I .of will
The champions of Richmond have organization be perfected
Ives of such objectionable charac- I to the candidate or his campaignheadquarters "Governor." ; cannot do anything here," said he, '
n. His letter to the sheriffs fol- i I may be made and accounted as one of their best campaign e.ard.1 "but when I get' to they Jacksonville and president elected. -Only the secretary
for in the sworn statements the fact that the Confederate Memorial -., reunion I intend to ask and find out I was elected at the
vs: I required of candidates.. Ir Beatrice\ M Victory of Phila-j I Institute, or Battle Abbey, will why J. Taylor not' ing, the election rsalting in the choice ,
f"To the Sheriffs of Florida: As you I 6th. All literature shall delphia is the first woman to be ready for dedication during next Confederate of Rev. Lawler. The Chautauquacourse
have Memorl-I
campaign want to the
now, the legislature of 1913 enacted have the name of the author thereon degree of doctor of philosophy in Ger- I!. year, and they are urging that the al Institute"" of reading ii arranged to meet
I Chairman Ellysoti met
pter 6470, being an act limiting manic at the University of Pennsylvania the needs of who
r "7th. All political advertisements dedicatory ceremonies be held during this insinuation with the statement, busy people wantto
This law in I I I :
smpaign expenditures. the Confederate reunion. use moments and small mar-
in shall l>e I "I will "
appearing newspapers meet you at Jacksonville I
opinion if strictly' enforced, will marked 'paid advertisement.' Quite a storm of protest was cre- gins of time for a system of reading-
of great good to our I state in that !' "8th. It is unlawful for any candidate 10 "CASCARETS" ated last week in Richmond by a which is thoroughly practical, interesting -
t>will accomplish much towards scaring 1! other to publish an 1 statement of Lieut.-Gov. J. Taylor El- Card of Thank and decidedly worth while. ...
the purity of the ballot and attack or person candidate within IF BILIOUS OR COSTIVE lyson of Virginia, chairman of the ;I which will add to one's thinking capital '
Ik giving every voter a free and equal I I against a of the primary, unless Memorial Institute 'board, that no I We wish to thank the many kind those who would derive an edu--
eighteen ((18)) days -
ght in ,the selecting of the public dedicatory ceremonies would be I I lends for the love and sympathy I cational and cultural benefit from a
u thereof is personally For Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, per-
copy sad
iciala. flerv-I shown to us during our bereavement '
mited during the Confederate must put system into their read '
I reunion I'
..-d 1 the candidate against "
on Liver and
This new law will be for the first attack is made at least eighteen ((18)) Sluggish while BowelTheywork Members of R. E. Lee Camp No in the loss of our beloved I> Most people read widely but not e
|me put into practical operation in :I days before the pnman)'. you sleep. 1 appointed a committee to wait on I We shall always cherish. the memory wisely The C I,. S. C. offer a courseof
nnection with the primary elections I I "9th. It is unlawful for any candi- the lieutenant governor and ascertainhis lot their loving deedsMRS readinng, well..planned, presented i'in
be held a few months hence, and dtae or other person to give or promise Furred Tongue, Dad Taste, Indlgeetlon. reasons for making the announcement I CEO I*. LEITNER a popular but authoritative form
tile I am satisfied that the sheriffs to'give a newspaper publisher anything j Ballow Skin and Miserable Head- He replied to this committee AND CHILDREN) and the four years' course i Is a liberal'education.
1 the state will use their best efforts I of value, as an inducement for aches come from a torpid liver and that if the dedication was attempted It is intended for all ,
enforce its wholesome provisions, the support of his paper. It is unlawful clogged bowels, which cause your when a Confederate reunion was be- j "GULF TO ATLANTIC LINE" I classes of intellect and for all age. . u
d that in so doing they will find I for the publisher to. solicit or accept stomach to become filled with undigested ing held in the city that the immense A general invitation is extended to-
ng support in a sympathetic pub- I the same. food, which sours and fermentslike crowd could not be accommodated in Write or wire Menge Bros., Port all interested and It is to be hopedthat tI'
sentiment fully endorsing the "JOth Candidates and other persons garbage; In a swill barrel. That's the building, and that the grass and Myers, Fla., for rate of fare and schedule -
Irlt and terms of the law, I deem itell are prohibited from furnishing, givingor U>*> first step to untold misery-Indigestion :. shrubbery on the lawn would be trampled of steamers Snwanee, and Corona the Kissimmee Circle will be to- j I
to invite your attention to wcon delivering to another person any foul gases, bad breath, yellow by the veterans. plying between Fort Myers and Fort this community what the C.. L. S. C. i I.-
16 of the law, which reads as money or other thing of value to be skin mental fears, everything that Is A member of the Confederate camp Lauderdale via the famous Caloosahatchee to other towns all over the countrYr
lows: used for any purpose prohibited by horrible and nauseating A Caccarat replied that the Confederates donated an intellectual uplift. In its thirty
(" 'That it shall be the duty of theerlff. the act. to-night will give your constipated large sums of money to Battle Abbey Lake Okeechobee Everglade and '
pars of existence it has been
1 of this state to exercise strict 11th. It is the duty of the grand bowels a thorough cleansing and and that they would have some voiceIn Drainage Canals The most wonder a potent
la ice in the detection of any vio- jury of each county to make diligent straighten you out by morning. They the management of the property.Mr. ful scenery In America. Wild bird factor in popular education all overthe
one of this act and the apprehendof inquiry as to whether or not this law work While you sleeplo.cent box: Ellyson responded somewhat hotly and life in Seminole country.
any violators thereof has been violated. from your druggist will keep ;you feeling that the Confederates did not con game profusion.
The law having thus imposed a "12th. Candidates for county offices good for months tribute anything like the total amount Indians, and alligator 42-tf Subscribe for The Valley Gazette nI



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+ MARY ELECTION "?, SAM G.: RAGSDALE, Pres.ami Mgr. I,

9r The city executive committee of the PHONE No. 41, '

"white man's party", met; Oe.tereSafafternoon ,
and formulated lbe follow. ..

.7 EXPERIENCE NEW ,. RULE ing call for a "white man'. primary:" PRESCRIPTION. WORK
: The city executive committee of the
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"white man's' party" in the city. of '
Kissimmee hereby call and provide for it the supreme test 'of a drug store ;
fir.' holding of a "white man'*" primary character. Our Prescription Department i

Takes First,[ Sleigh Ridel Kissimmee ,Not Mentioned Covering The Publication election,in to be compliance held in the with city the of law Kissimraee -i doctor is knows run on what the principal he wants that when your he

of the State of Florida said primaryto
I 1 be held during the hours fixed by writes hit directions and that it it our 4
1 At R. 'C.1 In The ListI of ..
Raleigh, j NewsTHAT law for the holding of elections duty to follow them to the very' tetterii \

.. .--_.,_ .- _.., .___ '- Saturday, March 7th,1814, for the Bring your prescriptions here
t -- -- nomination of candidates for city elect- wit make the doctor's work and
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.TELLS THE PEOPLE'OK'THE (I ALTHOUGH IS: THE EDITOR THINKS ive 9/Tices to IMS voted for at the general quicker. '

: city of Kissimmee on Saturday, March ._ ,_ .. ,. _.. --,- --
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ti SW"l'lIl; AnT. I t Qualifications of Electors.: PALACE DRUG STORE, Inc

''J,, W. J. Sears, our county superintendent .---- The old home paper is to adopt a Those permuted\ and only those persons, shall SAM G. RAGSDALE, Pres. and MIT.
of instruction and ttlso I II new policy concerning the publicationof be to vote at or participatein
public Tin story of the naming/ of the cities 01
o I grand chancellor of the Knights of of the stale of Florida abounds with, news. That is, The Old Home Paper the management said primary "THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE"r

s I Pythias of Florida, returned Friday romantic interest. Tlc) early Spanishsettlers I I thinks it is about to adopt a new election, who are white elctore, who. PHONE No. 41 -. -. FREE DELIVERY
declare their adherence to the
night of last week from a ten days' took care that their mother policy, because the editor is on the principle
trip to Washington). C., Richmond, tongue "should, appear prominently on i I warpath this week. But next week the and organization of the "white man .
and N. C. wiH contain the same kind of In the city of Kissimmee who
= I Vat Raleigh, the map says the Kort Pierce Tribune paper party
Fj' Mr. Sears went to Washington to The first Americans, the Indi- news that has made it KO popular with the laws of the city of Kissim - '
i attend the /golden jubilee of the order ans, have given many of the most its readers in the past. I mee lawful electors who have on or \1 1e.D.
of which he IK the head in this state beautiful and distinctive place names, The occasion for the wrath of the before February 14<<, 1914<<, paid their
f Richmond lie the editor of The Old' Home Paper this poll taxes for the years 1912 and 1913,
to to present at an- descriptive of the landscape or com- I
nual meeting of the National Kdu-. | memoralive home event that tookplace I week as related in the issue which who have registered up to and including D. B. WHBJIER( imnRE DGENGY$
cational association, arid to Raleigh i in the vicinity Many towns : reached you yesterday (for the welcome March 6, 1914 and who pledge S ::..
to visit again the scenes where he Lear the name of their founders or visitor from the little old town |I themselves to abide by the result of

a induced a charming young/ lady mime I early proprietor Others have names always arrive by Saturday's mail), said primary election and vote for the Successor te Arthur E. Donef Agency .* 'S
twelve years ago to I become his helpmeet I identified with the United States. was a letter received; from one of its nominees thereof at the ensuing city
: through life. The origin of these place names has. subscribers. election. Room No. 9 Second floor Citize"BaDk Build llr. Phone 246

In the national capital, Mr. Scars I been traced by the United! States Geological Please send me as many extra I Qualifications of Candidates. 4fn
J7. 'IIays. the weather van just ahout as Survey, with-Ute assistance< ofi copies, free, of last week's issue of the
bad as had ever been visited upon i i history students within the stHle. paper as you tan find around the office Those and only those persons, shall General Insurance Business representing the strongest-and most
that beautiful (city in fact the cold ,i I The state itself was named by ," said the letter. "It contains a be permitted to become candidates for Reliable companies. I
l, was no severe IUld.Ill' streets: HO I i Ponce de Leon the word meaning long obituary of my aunt who lived in offices to be voted for in said primary

blocked with now that it wan im"ol" Jl Ile to get around with safety although ,,, he chose the name, first because he clipping from a Texas paper writing to abide by the result of said I.'
about the of niece. Please primary elections and support the without change-Your patronage is respectfully solicited:
the meeting, which was< held in the landed on (the festival which the Spaniards marriage my ,
f New Willard hotel. wan< attended hp'l 'I call I'ascua de Flores, or Pas-I mention that the bride i h my niece. nominees thereof; who are qualified n
y 7,000 I'ylhiuns, and was" a HUCCI-KR I' cue 1"lol'ila'ea..t., of Flowers" which /Nobody: knows her here' but it will under the laws of the State of Florida 3

I from every viewpoint.As corresponds< to Palm Sunday. I help you fill up your paper. I fit does I and city of Kinnimmec to hold of- ----- 4 .
noon ax the last motion was en- :'| Apalachicola has. a Hichiti Indian' not cost anything I wish. you would tire : .e6UPERIOR'
1 tercd Mr. Sears took the first train I I name meaning "people, on t the other | also put a piece in the paper to say I List of Offices To Be Filled.
Sty l leading< to Richmond, but there he'' Hide.1 that I have two good calves for sale 1. Iach.I'lector. in the city of Kissim
found the thermometer registering, : Chuluota has an Indian name, the Last week I received a notice that mee qualified to vote in said primary
i ( eight degrees above aero. After enduring word meaning "beautiful, view." my subscription is Hue, I Please! < stop election shall have thE right to vote in
the unpleasantness of life, in I i Citra was< so named I because of the the paper, as times ate too hand for'' said primaries for:
that ancient and revered 1 city for al abyndanrc. of orange" proves, III the I me to waste money on newspapers." One candidate for mayor.
r couple of days, he hit the rail for Hai i j I region. I II It was not the nerve of the subscriber One candidate for clerk. SERVICE
l leigh, expecting/ find weather, at Cedar Keys took ,its name from a < in imposing on the editor of One candidate for treasurer. COURTEOUS TREATMENT ,
least, that a man could go upon the I I group of inlands in the harbor. 1 The Old Home Paper that offendedhim I One candidate for marshal and tax
t "streets, without freezing| the marrow I I Chokoloskee\ j is Indian named the and which promises to revolu-I collector. SrHsiaiaUG'oSSSSSSSSiSiSSSiS a
in his !ones, but again| ice and! snow woid meaning' "rcdhouses., tionize the policy of a lifetime I II Two candidates for members of city
st, greeted him, and after a few handshakes Duytona was named for W. I U. Day I I liberality of this old publication. No,! council for two years each. '
) with friends< of former days, of Ohio, its founder. indeed for ever since the paper ha j Five members of the executive com- s FJk
of and a visit to the house wherein he I DeKuniak Springs waN given the been established the editor has never ; mittee for one year. '
If ,' was joined together with his life's name of a resdient'of Nashville, Tcnn. failed to record the death of the aunts I Time for Qualifying. POSITIVE PROTECTION
companion( he started on the last lap ]eland Owes its name to H. A. De- of his subscribers and to print long I 1
i, s I for sunny Ki8l ,)' a reporter on the News and Observer< '(! New York who founded it. or Ohio papers from any name printed on the primary FOR TRAVELERS FUNDSx
( had corkscrewed from him the following '!, Dade City was. named for Major other !state although nobody in all the I ballot as a candidate for any city office ; !
: Francis L Dade of the Seminole war, little old town knew anything about shall file with the chairman of
"I took my first sleigh ride this< for whom counties in Georgia Missouri the deceased aunt or was at all interested this committee, on or before February
afternoon." said Mr. W. J. Sears of | and Alabama were also called. in her death. But that is the 24, 1914, his notice of
k. KisBimmee Florida, after spinning ,i Eden was so named by the first set- way the editor has of plesaing his sub- I application to have his name so print-I When travel '
c5 I over the city in a one-horn open ,, tier, Thomas, E. Richards of New Jer- scribers., No one in the little old town I ed upon a blank to be you pay your
6t sleigh yeHterday afternoon. "And I sey who Hailed the inland waters, ever gets a letter announcing the the chairman of this committee and Travelers
; enoYed it very much indeed." looking: for a place to locate. death of a relative or the marriage of accompanied by the amount of his as-1 penses by Checks. They f ,

p I ,'It was something quite novel to EuHtis is a geographical namesakeof a relative without insisting upon The sessment as specified below and no )
k1 me," he continued, "and something Gen. Henry L. Eustis. Old Home Paper devoting as much name of any such candidate shall be give you Safety for your funds,
1) that we never have down in our country Fort Pierce derived its name from space to the.event ap the local paper printed upon or counted or return d I
C I left home about ten days the military post established there back in Ulster county. New York if printed upon any such ballot, unless and are readily cashed whereveryou
\ with the thermometer eight-six in the during the Indian wars by Major where the folks lived, devotes to it. I I this provision shall have been
shade, and with my grapefruit tree Franklin Pierce, later a president of "I 1 have some news for your i complied with. I go. We sell them in conVen-
blooming in my backyard. I have the United States. a woman telephones the editor. "Thia I| Form of' Ballot.

had nasturtiums blooming in my yard !I j Fort Myers which was first a military morning I received a letter from a'' The voting in said primary elections I ient denominations. I '
,,1 J nil the winter and we have had but I post, was named for Capt. Abraham cousin of mine who lives in shall be by first and second choice ballot -, .. .
one slight frost."Northern I Myers.< I '., and it announces that paducah'j'K '
I in compliance with the provisions
Florida\ might be shiver ,|, Fcrnandma, was named for a Span I 1 ter was married there last of the State primary laws and the II 1 ,
little today, but down near the iard Fernandez. j one of the most prominent young men
ing" a J
of the
candidates for each of- '
''+ southern end of the state they would I Green Cove Springs derived its in the city. He drives a hack from ..names-on the ballot in order Arthur E. Donegan, P. K. Weaver, k
4 .>' scarcely know that anything unusual name from a large sulphur spring, the Illinois" Central depot to the Paducah on the ballo tin alphabetical order. President. Cashier.
.. happened. You see, i supposed by some to be the "fountain House. My cousin also sendsme
;\tri'nmueh( bigger state than mostdppeople I of youth" of Spanish and Indian le. a clipping from a newspaper there. Canvass of Returns

x ". <. "' think! and a good deal larger than it I gends.Gainesville. If you will send somebody up to the '. This committee shall meet at eight
'No' r appears to boas you look at it on the I was so called in honor house I will send it down so you can o'clock p. m on the 7th d..y'of March 4 ? .l'NiTE"R'E"st; ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
"., map, but you would be surprised to of Gen. E. P. Gaines, for whom towns print it. It Is only -a short notice 1914, in the city ,conncil chamber ofthe <
know' how large!:: a territory it is.. in Georgia,'New York Texas and Ark and I would Rice to have it returneJafter city of Kissimmee, and publicly
From Jacksonville to Key West is a : ansas were also named. you copy it." canvass the returns, in accordancewith
.. dlstanco of more than five hundred {I IntellnclteM was named for a city in "Did this relative\ of yours ever livein the primary election law of Florida - -- ,, -- t
miles" ,| Switzerland.Key i this town, or visit here ?" asks the and declare what candidates have ..
4 r.: "Is I If-i.- your first visit to Raleigh ?" West was named for its Inca-I editor meekly. "Does. anybody in the been nominated for each office voted -- -

+ wan asked Mr.I Sears. i| lion on one of the most westerly keys. town know her?" for and the chairman and secretaryof
"Oh no; it ilt. not my first visit The name of rione key, on which the "No/: ," answers the subscriber. "But this committee within two days
( here but it is the first time I have I! city is "situated cayo hucso meaning lots. of my friends have heard me talk I thereafter 'shall certify the names of

l', been here since I was married in this I lone reef," so< called because of the about my cousin in Paducah and they I those candidates receiving the nomi.nation j LiI., i
ti. city more than twelve yearn ago. i bones found on the island. will be interested in knowing that her I, for any office to the city authorities -
And I went down this afternoon to seethe alike City took its. name from its daughter is married." of Kissimmee as the nominees C \
same old house where the ceremony (i location near ten lakes. So the editor prints the piece from of this party for the offices to a ;
; was performed. The. city has Lake Helen was. given the name of the Paducah paper with a notice at I be voted for at 'the general election -

( certainly giown and developed a great, i t the daufrhtei of its founder, II. A. IeI.and. the bottom that 'the bride is the ac- to be held March 28, 1914.Assessments. JAN. f I.olcP I.
deal since I was here and I hardly complished daughter of a cousin of I'
9 + knew where to find the place when I Ira i Madison 'is< one of the numerous :Mrs. Brown of our: city." For the purpose of defraying the (4 iia i
was married." name-sake* of president James Madi- And on the strength of Mrs. Brown'I expenses of the primary election, including
/' + Mr. Sears is a prominent fraternity ,011. ha\'inlliliven the editor this news storyto the payment of inspectorsand I

man of his state, being grand! chancellor !Micanopy was named l for a chief of enliven his paper Mr. Brown comes clerks printing of ballots, etc.. $
< of the Knights/ o.f Pythias of Florida jthe Senunoles, whose name signifies: )I I down and tells the editor about his the following assessments are levied ;
and is also superintendent of the chief of chiefs.' pen of Plymouth Rock chickens and against prospective candidates for r
'I public schools of his county. He wash Miami 'has the name- of a noted Indian !II | gets him to insert a line in a half- the various offices to be filled. ,
here on his way home from Washington < I l tribe. The meaning of the word !I column story about the chickens to I I Mayor, three dollars. .
where he attended. the I'ythiun i is uncertain. The name hag been given -II the effect that "Mr. Brown 'has con Clerk, three dollars. ,
jubilee hut week. I eluded to part with a number of these | Treasurer three dollars.
wd ,, golden to counties in Indiana, Kansas and i
.:i "r 'Ohio, towns in Oklahoma and Mis- I, chickens in order to encourage the> Marshal. and tax collector, three g : 1t

HEED THE WARNING uri and a river in Ohio community.production of He blooded will sell poultry them in in triosat this I dollars.Members city council, one dollar. i TIM' Ea
Monticello is of the I
i one numerous $5 per trio, and will nell eggs for Inspectors.The .
in the named from the I
---- I places country hatching at $3 per 15 eRR's1:0 following inspectors and clerkare
1 home of President Jefferson'at Alber- t '
/: less than four of the columns '
'b Many Kisdimmee J IVopIr Have Done So 1 marle county, Virginia six hereby designated to conduct the ;:
I I II of The Old Home Paper's news j said primary election.
New Smyrna derived its name from 0
I 01'.1 section are given ever to the news- Inspectors-G. C. Livingston H. I "II
,. When the kidneys'are weak they i the native place of the wife of paper spongers': in the little old town, N. Bratton, J. M. Johnston; clerk J. I ,
{ give unmistakable! warning that 1 Andrew Turnbull. a colonist. and the editor has never made a com- W. Prentis. 4VC h
should not be ignored. By examining Orlando has a Spanish, name meaning I plaint. But when they write in to I G. II. NEWHOUSE I JULY
urine and treating the kidneys i "sea of justice that it is to
., the say Wasting: money pay Chairman.W. I ,t
.upon the first sign of disorder many Ocala was named from an Indian the annual subscription price of $1 C. BASS
.. days of sufferin gmay l he saved. Weak village the word meaning "green" .or per year for The Old Home Paper it p 4}
kidneys uiirlly' expel a dark ill-I ing urine, full "brickduxt"< sediment Palm Reach was so named from the Therefore, the "announcement in SOUR ACID STOMACHS.6A8ES Citrus Growers . S
+ li- and painful In passage. Sluggish kid cocoanut palms which grew on theoel'an '. this week's issue-which you observe OB INDIGESTION .
beach the wreck of a' ,
; neys often cause. a dull pain in the following of course-that, "Thereafter we wiltmake
4 .x. small of the hade headaches, dizzy cocoanut laden ship. I I a charge of five cents a line for |j I Each "Pape'a Dlapepeln" digests 3000 Our new Spring Citrus Book entitled BE ON TIME is now ready. :,

spells, tired languid feelings and frequent Plant City was named for H. B. all local items in this paper that ad- era!!'!: foe- ending, all .temati. It tells what fertilizer to use, how, much, when to apply, and many .
Plant, organizer of the famous railroad
; ( rheumatic twinges.; t V.ertise anything on which the adver- misery In five minute*. other valuable points on management
Doan's Kidney Pills are for the kidneys system. I I I User expects to make a profit.-Ex- grove
,, .. only.There is no better recommended Punta Gorda took its name from change. Time-Ill! In five minutes all to'm'tch Sendfor copy and also for our leaflets Acid Soils and Lime:

remedy. the point nearby. It is a "Spanish |I I '.=..." __ __ --=: __ ' distress will go. No ,Indigestion Its Forms and Effects.WILSON I.
hnt Kisfelmmee people endorse 1)oan'lIl phrase meaning "I rge -point. I II heartburn, sourness or 'belching of r
Kidney Pills. I Penascola is said to have derivedits gas acM, or eructations of undigestedfood & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. t;
n M. E. Baa's, Kissimmee, Flu., : I name from th e Indian no dttilness, "-***- Co lbreath
says pa1).aha-1 I !. Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers, !
"I had kidney trouble for some time i i okla. signifying "hair people. fl. W.. BJBHETT B or be.d.dwPape'
Palatka has Seminole
y' A> and I suffered intensely from a lames a Dlapepsln Is noted for Its JACKSONVILLE FLA. j
s and aching back. Doan's Kidney Pills I name, said by some to signify"spilled" speed In regulating upset stomachs. j '9- -

? K ,have .been prompt in relieving my I and translation is "cow- (I It I. the surest, quickest stomach rem- -. --- ,
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"' complaint. I keep a supply in the I ford. be.1 I I I Fire, Life,,He,lth awl Accident edy In the whole world and besides) It -
house :all the time St. Augustine, was so named I. harmless. Put an end to stomach .',

.J.J.'., Price .COc; at all dealers Don'tsimply' cause the/ first landing. was*made, on. INS! URA'NCESCceuorte; ; /: trouble forever by getting a large .' __ ... ..It ,
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ask for n kidney remedy get Tampa has an Indian name, from c ;; nftr-oent; case of Pape' Dlapepeln C.' F. ThrasherSHEET .
Deans. Kidney FUN-the same that from any drug store.- Ton realise la i
F itimpi signifying "close to or
.Mr, Basa had. FOB ter-Mil burn Co., "near,It"Titusyilla I I I five mlnutts how noClc.s It is to *uf- ,j. "
I pi'opsi: Buffalo, N. Y. fer from Indigestion, dyspepsia! or any METAL WORKER 1 \
1 was named jot its founder NELSON INSURANCE AGENCY t I '
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stomaeL disorder. It's'the ,
quickest.surestCand "
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j have been born of a parentage from ate, because not by any means all of the same exemption to coasting vessels 4
THE SUCCESSOR j i which mental unsoundness, if not ac TO PROVIDE those who were selected by southern of,the United States as congress n
', tual insanity, might be inherited. constituencies to represent them had DEFENDS has given to American.coasUngvss-
I! Economists favor the idea that the either served in the Confederate mili- sels which may use the Panama canal i
state shall give financial aid to those tary srvice or attained.:the rank of "The commercial treaty with Great +
I who have been incapacitated for self- brigadiers. But many: had, and there PANAMA Britain here.referred to provides that, ;;
FAILURE support through 'misfortune or I FOR TWO RIGBATTLESHIPS was a color of appropriateness in the THE 'no higher or other duties or charges f
through no fault of their own; they 1 sneering: term adopted by their party shall be Imposed'in any of the portsof
approve of state care of the indigent opponents. the United States on British, Vea-! ?
insane, but no honest man ever be- llr&vas not surprising that so many sels'than those payable in the same ,
lieved that the state should deliberately of those who had served their statesin ports by vessels of the United StaUa.' 4o-
OF OUR LIFEIs foster or even permit the breedingof t the ranks of war were afterwards CANAL ACT Yet British vessels, like American ves1sels
mental deficients, to transmit their chosen to defend the rights of the, engaged in foreign trade, are com %
insanity to other generations and to same people in a more peaceful forum. pelled to pay .pilotage charges when' {,
bring into existence lives that are They were of the best of the south, ever they enter American ports, while S
worse than living deaths.A her leading men, that went to the American coasting vessels are not >
Duo As Much To Parents medical authority has compiledthe And Various Smaller Ones front when the call to arms sounded; Violation of compelled to pay pilotage charges: ;
records of the descendants of two men of brains, men of action whosprang' f Not a Treaty "The American coasting vessel is,
brothers, who lived a hundred years or to the scene where their services exempt from compulsory pilot charges
As To Ourselves more ago in this country. One mar- At Present Session were again demanded in a time in oar ports, exactly. it is proposedto
ried a weak-minded girl. The several of as dire need as they faced in 61. With England exempt them from canal toll

generations that followed were crowd. But they are fast passing from the charges in the canal, yet England has .
ed almost exclusively with mental de I scene of these later activities. The never raised any question on this
MAN MAY, WITHIN LIMITS ficients, insane and criminals, who"be PRESIDENT WILSON SUPPORTS limit of human life is being reached, point: because England always has
HIMSELF came a curse to the state -and a con- THE PLAN, AND IS BACKEDBY by them one by one and soon the last BRITISH VESSELS MUST PAY recognized tha"our coasting" vessels
tinuing source of enormous expense. A MAJORITY OF MEMBERS "southern brigadier" will have passed "PILOTAGE CHARGES WHENEVER are engaged in a business into,which
HE USES WERE The second brother married a bright to the fathering place of the com' her vessels engaged in the foreign
HANDED ON TO HIM BY young woman in his' own class of society '. rades with whom he served in his trade in no way discriminates against ;
IllS PARENTS. and their children: down to the HOUSES. youthful years. AMERICAN such foreign trade vessels; because i
present generation have been good Fifty years after the war closed PORTS. the coasting vessels are in a trade
citizens and useful, some of them em-; there were still four of those who exclusively their own, as independentof
D. C. March 2. Indications
Washington -
inent in literature and the arts and I wore the on the floor -of the --- .
The success or failure we make of now are that congress will gray the foreign trade vessel competition .
life is due as much to our parents as finance and among them .men and i make an appropriation for two big senate-Senator Bacon of Georgia Washington, D. C., Feb. 27.Jn de- as are the railroads of the coun, -I i ,
in of the '
women great the history was one of these. By his death three
to ourselves. A recent writer has expressed try.
battleships and various smaller vessel. dense of the provision of the Panama
it in these words: country.Is: it that 'lorida-that I at this session. Earlier in the session weeks. ago the number was reduced'tothree. canal act which would grant American "Having acquiesced for:(*Jt a century
right any These John Thornton
are I
"Our fiat makes the future man this appeared extremely' doubtful. in the principle that we have a
state-shall permit such things T It of Louisiana Thomas '
S. Martin of coastwise vessels free
but in the ourselves passage
same way we are The opponents of a large navy had all right to exempt American coasting
made by a choice and a will not our has tect the its right citizen to,protect who are itself collectivelythe to their plans made to try to block legislation Virginia Alabama.and These John H.all Bankhead well Advanced of through the canal, Edward C. Plum- vessels from charges which we do impose ' F,

own. state. for any battleships at all this toward arC men mer, an admiralty lawyer of Bath, upon vessels engaged in the foreign -,
A within mould session. will be heard from in seventy years of age, trade, how is, England to maintain ,
man limits They
% may What will Florida do about it? and it is probable that when their Me., in an interview here today citeda
himself, but the materials he alone I the debate on the naval bill, but thereis that this is our right no lon..r.when ,
places vacated there wilf be which he declared has
are noexConYederates precedent ,
can use were handed on to him by his little indication now that they can the language the canal treaty +
parents, and whether he become a THE ORGANIZATIONAND control the situation, even to the ex- left to fill them. r great significance in the present co'n- is not so strong or comprehensive ae
man of genius, a criminal, a drunkard, : tent of limiting new construction. to'' But the traditions that they illus I troversy. Mr. Plummer saidr the language of our commercial treaty
or an ordinarily healthy, well-conduct- one battleship.Since I trated will still be dear to their people I "Those who are so anxious to adopt with Great Britain,and properly;must f
and intelligent citizen must depend CO-OPERATION President Wilson has come to I and the principles that they advocated the British construction of our treaty, be construed having regard to' the
fed least as much on his parents as on the support of the two-battleship pro |I will not lack defenders, for the so far as it affects free tolls of Amer. practical construction by Great Britain -
his own effort, or lack of effort, since gram, much less has been heard among | sons will step into the places where;i lean coastwise vessels, discreetly ig-,, and the United States of the language y
even the aptitude for effort is largely I OF SUNDAY SCHOOL FORCES i some of the democratic members of the fathers stood.-Tampa Times. I i, nor,'! the fact that our treaty made, of the.commercial treaty which
inborn." WOULD TEND TO DEVELOP the house who want no Battleships II I i with England in 1815, giving equal I I\r was in existence at the time the canal _

Our observations of men far to I BETTER METHODS OF about success for their efforts. privileges to British and American ', .treaty was written ana, presumably,
prove these statements, and go if we accept -I WORK. I The signs' are that, when this is :; SHERIFF INGRAM I vessels in American ports, always baa. was in,' the minds of-the .treaty, makers .- ... a
and its achievements been construed as permitting exactly at that time.
.them literally we must conclude I completed are i j,
that a good many of us start in life committe- rounded up, it will be found.that the i ROUNDS UP TIGERS i
with pretty heavy handicaps. Nature The that was appointedwhen country has advanced distinctly along : -
through all the ages has,been evolvinga Mrs. Bryner was here to organ- jl the road to preparedness for war. :
better race of men, as she has been ize the forces of Kissimmee and Os- For some months congress has been I .
Ii improving the breeds of'animals, but I ceola county under the auspices of showing a disposition to give the army IS DETERMINED TO BREAK' UP,
it has been through the harsh law of I the International Sunday School association awl navy encouragement. This has I 'i
the survival of the fittest The strong which is also inter-denomina ben pretty clearly demonstrated in THE SALE: OF WHISKY IN

est have !beaten down the',weaklingsand tional, met Tuesday night ,for con connection with the fortifications bill. OSCEOLA COUNTY. ,
have propagated their kind. sul'-t n., There were present W. H. THe house passed a fairly liberal bill,
The'individual has been sacrificed Jones, A. S. Nelson' Rev. W. H. Ball ,,artd the senate increased it to the ex-,
for the good of the many. Men and and Rev -A. M. Chisholm, proxy for tefct of $1,720,000. It was made clear! Sheriff'Ingram is making it rather {
nations have been destroyed that the Mr. Yowell, who could not be present.J. that the reiterated statements of the warm for the "blind tigers" these I 1 ti tif
world might reach its present stage of L Overstreet was unavoidably absent secretary! of war, General Wood, Gen-I days, and expects to either break up
i .development.This eral! Crozier. and other men high in ( the nefarious traffic entirely, or add
:.. path of marked by Dr. W. B. Witherspoon was requested the army, that the army lacks seriously largely to the county's revenue in the O
, \. wreck and ruin all progress the down, to act as secretary of the commit- in necessary reserve supplies oft I attempt.For Tk
that the individual way is limited suggests (in tee and he consented: to do so. ammunition and in field artillery, have some time the sheri .ffhas suspected &5 2" 10
the utmost possibilities for personal It was unanimously agreed that the begun to have effect on congress. I I Charley Williams, colored, of 11 ("'
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development, phYlllc&lly'and.mentally. organization and co-operation of our The debates on the fortifications selling liquor, but Charley only dealt / f'I
i' In any direction his reach is short; he Sunday school forces would tend to bill gave little information as to how with select customers, from whom it'
can not attain nor grow beyond fixed develop better methods of work amongall / far international difficulties had to do was impossible to get evidence. On M r'I r+
and narrow limits. and promote greater efficiency of with the purpose to appropriate lib- I Tuesday last, however, the sheriff saw '
superintendents and teachers; that it erally. However, there is evidencethat : some things going on which looked
Yet the mighty,. spirits 'hat have expected I
i been the exceptions, have proved the would stimulate Pupils to more regularity the strain of constantly suspicious and he stationed himself
rule and they have been the great in attendance and to better trouble with Mexico, as well as some I near Charley's residence, and deter- NAILj'
of the lessons and thatit other of the international situation I
phases -
minds of history that have showed preparation ; mined to make a still hunt. In a .
; the way to larger things and possibilities would result in a wider and more gives congress concern. It is I short time two parties came up to J
wholesome fellowship generally. widely felt among democrats that the' the door, when Charley came out witha "
The individual alone advances but Each member of the committee is to one-battleship program of last year i bottle and the transaction was madein \\ ,
", a little _y beyond the averages of bring the matter before his school was a mistake which should not be repeated -{ full view of the sheriff, a bottle of '-- ", ,"
for consideration in orderto and, more than that, that rea-I
next Sunday whisky for two
was exchanged crispone '
mankind. 11. is limited by his inhcr- '
itance, by the materials he has to awaken interest and prepare the sonable attention to keeping; the armyin > dollar bills, and as a resultTChar- UNCLE SAM'S MAILS are .fe'and .ere, and our splendid ,

'\.work with, which have been given him way for a city convention at an early fighting trim with proper equip-j' ley is now languishing in durance vile.
by his date. They recognize magnitude ment must be given. OB Tuesday night the sheriff madea for giving prompt attention to. mailed deposit an ,t
parents. I
f! of the school task and A between rival house com
Sunday are trip to Keenansville and brought '.
". He his is heritage handicapped, or his by the life smallnessof be- planning to give themselves heartily' mittees to present respective antitrust back an alleged "tiger" of the female the result of a carefully studied effort to satisfactorily( serve .'tarp ?:;
may to this work. They should have the bills before them to the house specie. 10',.
come heritage.a grand From success it he from gains the the same impetus -[ hearty co-operation of every Chris developed today. Leaders .of the Interstate and constantly growing list of out-of-town depositor. 'J;
tian worker in Kissimmee. Commerce and Judiciary com I
I which carries him up or down, i Thev to meet next Tues- mittees stated that it is possible that
I are again jI. \
for "the for effective E. DOZIER
even aptitude" I day night at the study of Dr. Wither- I the five bills may be reported withint.en' i "
'y:/ effort is inborn. I spoon at 7:30: o'clock. days.All WHEN YOU CAN'T COME TO TOWN \
Such in outline is the fatalistic hearings before both commit- DIES IN BALTIMOREWAS '- '

h: teaching the doctrine of cold that science makes unmellowedby every man I BAPTIST CHURCH ,SUNDAY. was tees will statedtoday.shut down. within The hearings a week,on it USE THE MAILS .. ,;

his brother's keeper. This splendid Sunday school 'at 9:45 a. m. N. C. the interstate trade commission bill \

,l twentieth century is teaching new lessons Bryan, superintendent. have been concluded: those the' PRESIDENT OF STATE lf
; upon
If' of the brotherhood of man and We expect 200 present next Sun- railroad stock and bond bill will be CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.L. U yon will drop .* a line we wiO gladly tell y.. ,'
the world is and better for Make 'V
brighter day. one. 'finished next week and those
hem Preaching by the pastor Dr.Model Holt the three bills before the Judiciary upon I J I mere about it, aj adds tally. a few PH s rr.1P'
\.4 But if we are limited by our inherit- at 11 a. m., on "Christ, the committee the Sherman
I amending .
E. Dozier
president of the State
through parentage, we in Preacher. At night the pastor will I -
"l' nce our No of Per- law, will close next= Friday. Chamber Commerce, president of { feajSM wkv yeej abash .*. Alt Baak, _
limits the next "God
,.. turn are imposing upon speak on Respecter The three tentative bills of the judiciary the ,
LeesburgBoard of Trade, and Ii'
and the following generations.With sons. I
will be withdrawnand R
our greater knowledge we are The morning service will close at' mayor of that city, died Friday morn- .".
amended measures drafted, pos of
ing week. Mr. Dozier
went to
if will to transmit to the hour. The evening service
prepared we
sibly in one or at. most two new bills, Washington as a delegate to the recent .
children richer than at 7:16 and close before
a heritage will begin
made. It STATE
to meet objection. recently BANK OF
I meeting of the United State.
we have received, to impose a lighter 8:30. Baptism at night. is not decided whether labor unions Chamber of -'. "
Commerce and to work
and hand down larger incentive We make these services interestingand
r handicap to will be exempted from the anti-trust
I. for the Oldawaha river

", In Florida's to the best State things.Asylum for the I Strangers helpful. especially Everybody are*invited.*"made wel- I laws Congressman in the new Covington bills. of Mary- project successful., a mission He then'went in which improvement to Baltimoreto he was KISSIMMEE, ..

Insane about twelve hundred patients come. ,
land, chairman of the committee
undergo an operation and failedto
cared for. Come and let us help
are being drawing the trade commission bill, ,
recover from it.
; Of the entire number of insane in I ,f"
called a meeting of the committee today Through the death of Mr. Dozier, J. Capital 100000.00 :
the state, probably four-fifths are in I LIBRARY NOTES. to begin drafting a new measureto N. Bradshaw of Orlando becomespresident '
the state institution, the In whites the state predominating -. Kissimmee receiving various substitute the Clayton tentative of the State Chamber of Surplus $30.000.00 Dcpoitor's Security SI30XXWOX: 'a--- .
substantial tokens of kindly interest draft. Commerce IL C. Stanford becomes '* 'Officer and Director to sr
deaf and blind more *
school for the are ,. .
first ..' .
from the. winter vleerpresldent and J. F. '
I ) and appreciation DeBerry " "
than two hundred SOUTHERN BRIGADIERS. of Plant second C A. CARSON Preat. M.' LEE Vic Pra ''\ ,', 4
visitors here. Among these are City vice-president. J. .t
i both institutions the numbers are ...
:) In ,
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ratios cash gifts, one of five dollar,'anotherof --- Not only,.has the State Chamber of '
l Increasing from yea rto year by Almost sine end of the Commerce, : M. KATZ.' tad Vice Prat.ROMAHQMASr : '.
4 one doUar deposited or/guarantee, ever the suffered I. severe loss in
ef the ,,
f popula
than the growth ,
I" larger but "left for good. Also several new war, between the States northernspeakers the passing awayrof Mr. Dozier, but aJ.Unt'CMhie7,," ''IJ
.: ; tion of Florida and have been the whole ;:A ;, , '.,.,, ; : state he mostuntiring
books have been presented u.. papers as wasa .. J, '" ,,, .. .' .t
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least is that the state These evidences of interest and support ; alluding to-the southern representatives : never let theo ,.4"
reason at restrictions are. much appreciated by the in the senate and the houseas : OPP4aftwutie.paaa..te; advance, Flora r ., 1- It r .

," of Florida imposes of the no eeble-mlnd- librarian and Civic League "southern brigadiers." Ida'. int rtsr.especially.:the, section. c 8....
upon the marriage Libraryl t The appropri in which he made his ,.. .,. .,.... . . ... ... . .,1,
.. 'ed nef-upearthoae-who,are-known:. tor,..commute" term was not always home.* .. . . ,.. . v .. 'u,-. ,, .. .- . 1r ." "+,'",. "
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:The Kissimmee Gazette. And ?; Ch'l I b Valley has decided to enter the race for congress : '

OFFIOlInf VALLEY AZBTTB BUILDING. from the Fourth district. Won Ti'le ,Eldoratlo.of; ., ,American r '
KJ881)WBJII: OSCIIIOLA CO"NTr JRJDA. der who U, the enemy that Induced South--- Adventure ''T-S
xa re .- "Chic"' to make a fool of himself T J JTO.

r "//, B: HARRIS' ? ,* v. '- *, OwnerSUBSCRIPTION ; , '"",:,-- + '' '1 I (Richard I H, Edmonds, in. Manufacturers' Record.)1) :. : 0&

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re-.HfI-the.-Gfl'm..nny-J .
-1;'TRIPLETT .. .. Edi- ..
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c" : .-:: ; ., discovered a serum for typhoid. While '
Th. Ixt.een southern
have a, lowing the war and the
r1 t HATES! One oo P'. one roar .H..; It .wlll be of Jneitimabia value' the daysof recon
.One copy, si jtraqntba ....... .T' One oop,., Mina month.40 world in general it will be of little population of had( QaO. .In 1880 the struction. . KICK
.-L '.-' -- ..- uss-to Kia.immepeople--fevers.are UnitedStates population of Now the trend is back to the south. .
R *1 A."eom"uDloaUon., ...o."t from our authorised correspondents, 'roust b* never contracted her.- 50000000. At that time, and very Men who have made a''success Inother by tb. writer. justly'so the'United Statee"wu're.e.rded sections' arel hearing the "come- 'W" .
K.J.ct.d ....tI.rwll not b. return ed unless called for. +- "
q : ,. 'V.Sir Ernest ..s one "of ,the greatest and home"-. tall ot,.their 'native land and
.Itlal.r.d at the Postofflce ln'itls.lmm.e, Florida, u"oon4-oia.i mall ratty.ti ban Shackleton has placed a richest nations of the world. The many' of them are returning. Many Off that Old Worn-out Shoe and rut

', FRI AY:,b1 ltcU l 6, uiC' tied on by alcoholic his men stimulants on' the being car south of today, with S3.000.000 people, from sections, are beginning 1 your foot Into a Real Leather Shoe at '
it in
proposed tdp many respects very far ahead of their southward
march in
.. order to
.. _,- STcross the South I. aJScreaming ]'r'ice.'
r: 7 :-c :: =0 Polar continent. It the United States of 18&0( : with sharein the amazing, development Low.. .. .odds

t' Is safe to say there aw no Jacksonvillemen 60.000,000.. which they see Is to come about in and,.ids in Men's and Women's Shoes' ,

in the'party. The people of the south have $200- this section. They want to be a., part to 'bfficleared: out-and here they go;

j 000,000 more in individual deposits In and parcel of it and k> reap some of
: Those .. favor abolishing the of- The banks and trust companies of this the harvest Thus the whole condi Assorted Lot Ladies' Oxfords___f 1.10 '
-'Meeting'Called County Ace of county treasurer-will have the -sectionthaivth*:p.opl -Cth United .tion-has completely changed. And instead .. . = .
opportunity of expressing,themselvesat States had in similar institutions in t,' having to make heroic effort JUdTesfBTMTand Pat But, OtfdsTo. .' t;

the election this fall as a consti 1880. I to keep ib .own' people at home ; '
t Executive Com. Ladies' Pat. Pumps... 1.69 3
-Democratic tutional amendment Mat effect will The south is mining almost twice as I and to' draw men and money from one-strap

", be Voted on.Lakeland much coal: a* the United States then I other sections, as was the case for Ladies' Tan Pumps-dressy .... 1.69 '#
0 mined. It Is producing four times aa twenty-five or thirty years, the south .
won the first prize in the much petroleum, i Its output.last year now finds abundant employment at $5.00 Men's Westover Oxlordl '2,9k ';
grand Gasparilla parade at having been 100,000,000 barrels home for Its own people. It finds tent
:. A meeting of the County 'Democratic Executive committee i is Why shouldn't it win Brat prize Tampa.T It'sone against 26,000,000 barrels for the of thousands from the north and west $4.00 Men's Tan JJut. Shoe______ 2.75 ,

1 hereby called to.ltke place at the court house in Ki..immee, Fla., of the! most. progressive.. : .and ,upwdate United The south States haD in 1880.S7OO.OOO.OOO( annually moving southward, and it. -And Many Others '"
cities more! finds that the capitalist is
; .. at 2 p. in. Saturday, March 14. This meeting it called for the. loses in any contest in Florida it:enters and, that seldom Is, capital invested in" 'manufacturing lout in every direction opportunities' searching I Closed out for Strictly Cash 1

i purpose of transacting such business at it necessary to properly unless Kissimmee Is on the entry list than the United States had in 1880, for investment in the south. The promoter ''i
-a_ and the value of its agricultural output 1 seeking capital for a new enterprise Prize tickets for every purchase '
conduct lae'primary! to be held in the month of June'of. this year. exceeds by some hundreds of mij-! no longer has to argue with the from fie up iAT
Congressman L'Engle ,has intro- lions of dollars the total agricultural capitalist that the south is a good
; ROMA THOMAS Chairman: duced a bit Ito create an aeroplane fleetto output of the United States in 1880. place in which to invest money. All \1
cost fifteen million dollars. Claude The south has-far more capital invested that he has to do is to that t -
S. TRIPLETT. prove
J. Secrel.ry.OSCEOLA'S I It" Itr has been I
a high flyer, but we in cotton manufacturing than particular enterprise is good ... .
never thought he'd reach the fifteen-. the United States then had, and is one. The outside capitalist is fully .

million-dollar class. But, then, you consuming in its own mills about impressed with the fact that this is rte
can never tell. lie's been in Washington twice as much cotton as was then consumed the most richly endpwed section of ,
- - whole TAYLOR'SPhone
a year. in the mills of the count the world and that it is "the coming '
" MONUMENT\ SIIOI'LI' J1K KKKCTKO IN K1SS1MMEE.i . --::---O- The value of exports from southern Eldordao of American adventure."

Ion L. -Karris has announced for ports is only a few million dollar's less Those whp would study the future: ) I

r The following press. dispatch. was sent from Washington on March 4th: I the state senate from ''Duval county. than the total export trade of the of the south with a view to ascertaining e

,r. 1j. "In order that the memory of that great old Indian chief, Osceola. may j I Mr. Farris has served three terms in United States in 1880. something of the rapidity of 250. 424 Broadway., ,}
The last
l ever be kept fresh Congressman Frank Clark today introduced a bill appro the house of representativestwice as south-expended year upon its development should fully understand -
: : :'I priatlng $2I .OOO for the purpose of erecting u suitable monument for this I I speaker, and is entitled to climb higher I' the maintenance of its public schools what the old south was doing In Groceries
t i purpose somewhere in the state of Florida the exact point to be determined I up the political ladder. Florida $90,000,000 i or $12,000,000 more than in material activities before 1800; Everything

\! later. on by the secretary of war. I I needs a few men like Farris in the'I' the United States with its 60,000,000 what it lost by the war and the poverty - .- --, .
,. ;: ' senate to it from people expended upon public education following it and what the - --
r i 'If there ever was one person to whom a monument should be erected, I ir keep going to the south
r I''<, Mr. Clark said today : I| devil entirely in 1880.Comparisons. has achieved since then; and to these

'; 'It is that old Indian brave Osoi-ola. It is. needless. to recount to the :, -A._ I' of this kind showing facts' should be dded a knowledge of UNCLAIMED LETTERS
how far ahead the south is in the
i" of Florida the his to the In virtue of such many uniqueness of the south's resources
i ;; y people or country services people. That pertinent !I
t very question Governor respects of the United States<< in 1880 I for the support of a dense
._.... Oolquitt of Texas asked President j could be given almost without limit. population. Not until they have done IN POST OffiCE :

r s -. '" .. 1 I Wilson-which brand of government 'I These are sufficient to indicate the this will they bo able to form h 1 \ he recognized in Mexico-is stillunanswered. 1 II I general situation. It is a I little difficult -I| a slight conception of tho rapidity of !

b : I I It appears that our for UK sometimes to quite) grasp i material development and wealth accumulation I, Kl: ."lmiii.-c. 8 la. March 2. 1 14iltrrllnvd
president is carrying water on both I' the fact that in bunk deposits! in industrial | throughout the south d ,
I shoulder*-keeping. O'Shaughnessy! at and in wing .\ I Hut for Ihitwo wrrkx ,
I'jt"lt'a pursuits agriculture the t.ext ten i It i fifteen years. eedtog. ;Munh IG. HIMl.iHfin. .
., the City of Mexico and treating with ,, us well HS in public I Villa about delivering Benton's body. south of today tanks so far ahead of 1l j ji ,00000000000000000 IsuIh A F-.-l 'fonrow. Mm I.ola St.St.IIurllnKlnn.
i, -r. ;Minn Kill-I; Mci'arthv. SumOliver.
I the United States in 1880. The total '; I' K it.II.ulwxrr .
, I i "I like to see M man proud of the wealth of the tooth of today is less LETTERS TO THE 1'.1,1 l 'i t..raln>rt II I.nol. f
II ; place in which he lives.. I like to see than that of the United States in < VALLEY GAZETTE. ,, h .in.-. ., hear Iti'rcl. WillKol.iTMori..
Itlnem Vll lulu! 'I.i I
I, a man live in i it so that his place will 18t-O.> I because the south has 'not Yct''!, a. O1 I "-il, i ;Mix, Mmil.- Mrvpi I II

i be proud of him. Be honest, but hate had time to accumulate vast wealth I oOOO OOOOOOO O OISTUAWUEIUUIS 1 S. ."HI' IClltlkle.. MI"| t
EI. I. 11\.1'' !. .uls,'
out of its achievement in"and '
no one overturn man's
j ; a wrongdoing .
: t I a MADE | I It.I t. !I. \ S I II I It.K.. rx' I l'rlr,' 1
a, 4 but do not overturn him unlessit agriculture of recent veers It II ill .I lli- ,r". Knlfr.. H4>nrHuitKon. > J
I, must lie done in overturning tho' I i.-, however. piling up wealth I I IlOl'TII WATER \'''M' I I. In. lSlnit K rapidly
t t 'S Y pp' I wrong. Stand with anybody; that which within few ;years, will Dresden, Kan.. Feb. 2, 1914. I lluilx I It IIIII.. "" .I't')I"... , 'Ifilri.lM.isnrrw Mr. Mi r> '

stands right. Stand with him whilehe amaze the country by its magnitude.In I I Editor Kilprnime--.1 Vall(>y.Gazette: 1"II1"r't., i F ,Stil Kli-vanl K.K d
is right and part with him when: studying the future of the south I Please<< find enclosed $3 to apply on Smmnon.' Ii.i '' T Smith lldwI i i.Lhnxnu.

s st I he -goes wrong.Abraham Lincoln..j. and planning for financial and railroad subscription. Always glad when the [' .;MllHMiir. .." I.I I..ur..1I 1 I ,I"I'I"'rl r<> ,. Peter a;
l r' -.j.- operations in connection there- I Gazette artives and it is the first paper SIniR Story II
4 S.- Triplelt, editor oT the Kissim-I with, it would be well for these facts read. Mat ,, .WH. t tIon I iTliion. Mine I.... !
,) F i f I to be borne in mini! Hut these statistics Hope to be down there ;Mlddl. IIThuman. leo f
mee Valley-Gazette, is a candidate for ; I to enjoy Saranwh 1\VKlarc.. 0 iIt j
1 % the legislature from Osceola county. '' amazing us they are are not some of that fine climate some day if N'Y
I S h-, I Triplett ban clone so much for Kissini- half so interesting for the story they 1 I don't freeze lo death before I get II SIMf'Sf1N. I'm t
IcAt mee and Osceola in tell of what has been done as for the started. \
e county generalthat \
+ w.-' tWeI I I his election ought to be assured. { light they throw upon the future. I My sister a* Sanford sent me a '
c't One thing sure-if Triplett goes to i Every careful student of the material package at Christmas containing lettuce FIRE AT OIANCE, CENTER. ,.

I the legislature his constituents can resources and development of the radishes, beans< celery and on -
J'f.F' I rest assured he will advocate such legislation south knows that this section not- ions. Gee, but they were fine! It Ernest Keen of Orange Center was tr
as will be of real benefit to withstanding the progress made,' has made my mouth water when I read in ,, in the city last Tuesday and stated j.
\ scarcely begun its development when last issue about those that his store, together with two more
the state and will never abandon a I your large (
7iA fight for what he believes to be right. I| compared with the growth which will strawberries. Yours respectfully, i stores belonging to his brother, Theron i
-Zolfo Springs Truth. be seen witffin the next ten or fifteen John A. Green. Keen, were destroyed by fire on
years. All that has been done has Sunday night last. I:
-. --0- Mr. Keen stated that the total loss t
I '- --" been really merely the clearing of the
St. Louis Mo.
\ Feb. 13, 1914.
We are in receipt of the booster edi- land and the sowing of the seed for Dear Sir and Friend: was about $6,000, with $4,000 insur 1
r tion of the harvest which this section ance. 3
iir:4,4t the Manatee River Journal, great .
Y Mr. and Mrs. Johnston and Family:
containing forty be- i is now preparing to reap. I
pages every page Just a line to tell you that I have got
, '" ing filled with well written stories of The south has only begun, to util- back far St. Louis and in I t
as as a
the wonderful possibilities of that fa- ize its raw materials. It has only here nice old Nebraska blizzard. Snow
two '
tI vored section. This edition will be and there opened up its coal mines feet Match teams two i'
sent to people in the west and north its marble- and granite quarries, and ,i, blocks ttreet every and
move cars teams
I who are seeking Information ..boutFlorld.'a its iron-making ..resources.It has THE
t'i that the streets.
t are stuck on .
t commenced within the last few
resources and wil-be the only
w iYw I wish I was at Kissimmee just now.
at b4 means of inducing a large influx. of years to get back to that agricultural ',, Will write a letter .later.
you .1'.1'Fish
good citizens to' Manatee county The condition which. existed pnor to the' Your friends,
< edition is a big thing but when J. H. war, when there watt a.well-rounded A. R. Pearce. BROADWAY
t Humphries and W. B. Collins join agricultural diversity. It is only with 1
hands big things are bound to result. in the last few years: that the central ,
Kissimmee is going to have some i
w 0 south, from Maryland to the Missis- |
> S - sippi river, has been raising as much "white ways" and will no doubt enjoy and Oyster Market, 603

OSCEOLA Sometimes we see funny things in corn an olive stock as it did in 1860. them. As is now well recognized a Broadway, corner Main street, 1
the newspapers. The editor of the when the population of this sectionwas whiet way in a section of u town'si now open for business. ,

t I service I think it nothing but right and proper that the American people Lake Worth Herald reads a piece I only one-third of what it now is. streets, usually in the business section I
should properly commemorate his memory by the erection of a monumen- at written by Mrs. Minnie Moore Will- For forty years! or more the south made bright after dark by special -I Fresh and salt water fish re- J

-H- some point in the state of Florida. For this reason I have introduced a bill son in a Minnesota paper and con was passing through a wilderness. Its I electric or gas lights. InK is- i ceived daily. .
'' asking for $25,000, and confidently hope to have it pasesd at an early date.". cludes that Mrs. Willson is from Min- people had lost by virtue. of the war i';1 simmee the special 1 illumination is un- 'j 4d
nesota. We do not question the alliterative I the ability to carry on the wellrounded derstood to be planned for Broadway I Oysters opened fresh from 'i
!t It is possible the bill introduced by Mr. Clark will not become a law for the correctness<< of Minnie being I diversified agriculture which existed I I and one akin avenue, the latter on the shell a specialty f

t" reason that few members of congress are acquainted with the history of from Minnesota; perhaps it should be prior to 1860. The capital was i the property of the Graystbne Hotel I (
j' so, but the fact remains that Mrs. I for the industrial j> company.. The posts 'for the lights are ,;
Florida or the part the United States played in the capture of Osceola, und lacking reviving activities :
Willson lives at Kissimmee, and the which between 1850 and 1800! i said to be handsome and no doubt the L. J. CORNEY -;
4 will treat the bill as a joke or an attempt of its introducer to gain votes jn piece that the Lake Worth editor read cause a more rapid percentage of'I' people will enjoy "lighting up.-" ,:'

the coming primary. was but one of an endless series on growth in every line of manufacturing I I Times-Union. I, Proprietor. yV.
T.r But if the distinguished gentleman should succeed in having the appropriation "Lo, the poor Indian," written by her. In the south than in .the lent of the ...

allowed, and *-e roost heartily hope he will succeed, there: is one, and -Orlando Sentinel. country. The amazing agricultural Subscribe for The Valley Gazette. !, 't

only one, place in Florida for the monument to be erected, and that place is -O and industrial. !, _progress\ .of the decade i I.. ,'r,
Editor S. J. Triplett of the Kissim- ended with US o(J ia indicated in thel-i .,
Klimine. mee Valley-Gazette, who is also a candidate fact that during that period the increase - I'i'
'b Osceola county is named in honor of the noble chieftain. It was on the for the legislature, with good in the wealth of the south exceeded '

'k island in Lake Tohopekaliga he was" supposed to make his home when respects of success, is advocating an by more than one billion dol- )
sceola fair for next but lars the aggregate increase of wealthof j
year, we )\
not leading his band of warriors against the invaders on what he believed
New & and middle,
think it would be greatly better to let the gland .
.,' to be his tribe's rightful territory, and in Kissimmee, the seat of the county the present amicable arrangements states. '

'.'. lives Mrs. Minnie Moore Willson. the author of "The Seminoles of Florida," continue. As Osceola got the best ofa The engineering and industrial I Special Reduction l

a which history has done more to place the character of Osceola before the square deal, it is doubtless not because traits, which' from colonial days
of dissatisfaction that Brother down to the time when the inventionof
G- ) world in its true light than any other work ever written, and to erect Osceola'amonument
Triplett wants a fair of his own. but the cotton gin fastened slavery
r b in this city would be a fitting tribute, not only to the manhood, because he recognizes its value as an around the necks of the people of the FOn

,' t't: daring and bravery of the noble chieftain but to her who has devoted the advertising medium. However, it is a south, were beginning to reasesrt

r'' I best years of her life to the uplift of theae children of the forest big undertaking to run a fair and themselves between 1800 and 1860. 60 Pairs of Men's Gun Metal .,
YI i there are few men as competent to do This industrial and engineering trendof ,
N Too often do we postpone just recognition until the soul has taken its .
r so as those men who made the SubTropical the people of the south has again
;$ ) flight and daisies bloom upon the mound. Osceola is sleeping the sleep that Mid-Winter Fair so pronounced during the last twenty-five years been Button and Blucher Shoes; all sizes. f

+r knows no awakening until the call is sounded from on high, and knows not a success.-Reporter-Star. reasserting itself, and it is to the rebirth

i of the honor Florida's distinguished representative would bestow upon his p of this inherited trait of character k.,
J that the tremendous momentum t
; memory, but Minnie Moore Willson still lives to enjoy the sweet odor of the There is something pathetic about of this section is due. i I, Values $3.50.
Y' '4 ( 'rose and feel the thrill of pleasure at 9 just recognition of devoted service' the ex resaion "The survival of the ,.
fittest. The weak must always The statement sometimes heard ,1
t to a juat and righteous cause. go ''
i r down. We have no use for failures. that the great development 'of the i at
last twenty-five years is mainly due,. J
Failures there always will be, but it '
i, is the one who makes success who is to an infusion of outside blood and (
. ] seriously misrepresents the !
.' quoted and cited to the world as an $2.98See
,- '.. example. So it is in Florid There facts. No man who has that impression I

I Los Angeles, Cat, March 4.-Protests, threats of recall and denunciation have been and will be failures made can rightly forecast the progressof I I

poured ia today on Judge Willis of the criminal department of the superior by people coming here. We learn very the* conning years, because he is ..
11y j court because he sentenced to thin y years' imprisonment Charles Guy-ton, little about them through the press. viewing the situation from an errone- Our WindowDUTTONHARRIS ._
young negro convicted of highway robbery, although he stole. a white girl'a Why should weT Natural inaptitude ous standpoint.
ki a. a wrong location or lack of means to Since 1865 the central south has
;:f Deputations of white women visited the judge today to demand that action carry the thing through to a logical sent beyond its borders by emigrationinto
...' tak... to save Guyton.from such severe punishment Telephone messagea conclusion have spelled failure for other sections more than 3,600- t
',t 1 informed him that petition! were being prepared for his recall.: Other women many a would-be Florida farmer and 000 of its white p pie and more than
called, ia person to say that steps would be taken to procure a pardon from the same Is true of every state end 1,500,000 into Texas and Oklahoma.The .

tbe _. country. The successes, the examplesof comparatively few persons from CO. t
r .T d Willis i explained that the negro had been convicted of highway rob the men who have made good, other junctions who have come into the "
; ''buy' ,tie had taken a dim from the white girl although he gave it back should be the guiding star and the south-when given the fullest measureof .
r ftr \_ Hiserl her and .he hadisubjected six other young white women to faders should ll.] no wise discourage credit for what they have achieved FOOT fITTERS.f 1it

,..-ioUlar. treatment beside criminally attacking two negro girls. others. God Rive us climate and a cannot lit the smallest degree offset -. ,
: r ft* deputation .f woman visited the district attorney to learn what pro- soi) that almost anything will grow in, the tremendous loss of energy and f
.esdoro was necessary to impeach' the judge or otherwise remove aim from but it's up to .tie individual man to power .of the 5.000,000. people that I

OfflC-"* )V "** : .JJi: bring about the ultimate results.. went\ out of tIM central south by reason

w 3y-' ,la, Log'Ancoi woman have been accorded the right to vote. EDoupl. aid. Florida Grower. .O;t11. pov-rty of opportunity: foiI .

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'Fkl ;. THE, KISSIMM1K VALLKT' GAZETTE ,,r . .*** ..
!r, D A T, M A R C H..Y. 1 14 '

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i'rHE: i aUSSUBKE VAUlT GAZETTE'" VOTEFOR Howl,Barfs, our efficient night'policeman C . J' ...,..
Mondayto .
hadthe misfortune ," "
\ .. .. ,!
'I 'oj
< M telephone. No. lL *. : break his left leg at the knee. It } .. ,
GEQ ; appears that., he was attempting to : '' / ' :;
II"L". ' . _
.' I drive a. cow Into a'pen, he being'onhorsebackand ., '" '" t. ,,-'; -. '. I'-_ """"' -

fML tuj rFildsy. B ... -OR--------4-- In through-the . "
.. r--PaJt,--iP >! . gate at a swift gait.the horse shied e M, !!o,N"'I ,

!f:: .1UW5.' catching Mr. Bate leg on the
the kneecap being turned ptepost.j < Withtile advent 'of Spring-time' comes th' : ( "
MC' frj ------ I '==::I around to the backside of the ::' "I :; ;, .:,; ; ..t; .
; 1 R. L Pierce, one of nas enger'. II. L. Hyatt attended Mr. Bass, and .j' .

Isr'M j I t leading cattlemen' and farmers, was reports his patient. doing welL, Mr. .. .. .'fr : '; '. : ., .i .'question of-: .:"';' .},.." .("..., .\'1..rk" ..';,' 'lea:' _
I Report : In the city a'few days this week. Mr Bass had Just returned from a visit of . \ I r.: ', ,1< ." .', .
Pierce said ,the cattle' on'tbe lower ten.days to his.sister in.Lake, county. \ ,: ' a, ,' ,I ,.
prairies were splendid, condition, :, t" .
;i'!. : : Followingarethedanyt.y , and that the'orange'groves': '',had.put 'The ministers met Monday morning ; .. .. . : : ; ;

:. peratures and precipitation M' on more bloom 'than'h, ever ea bee as usual at' the study of Dr. Holt, ..-.. .,,,.-;' .: .- mat: to'Wearm I "' .
-' :
-w----- Messrs. Chisholm
there being present ,
.report.d by lb..GoT'l"I1IDeDtatatlon ; \ Holt, Lawler and ,Witherspoon. The .t

at Klutaaiea for the Miss Irene. Franklin entertained a time" w.' liven to 'consideration,of

weekending March,5, 1914 large number, of' her friends at the matters concerning the house to houMcanvaasrwhlclr 1':10'aid'you in making cf :- t
.Jfe..a"e position ,
hoBM-of Jie-rmoth r, Mrs-C.-E.T..nk- \ a*-nearly completed. '._ "'y;': : _. :: .
.g :; "-.j Mar1Un.nSaturday ..-.i tin, on Emmett street, Saturday afternoon Some valuable data has been obtainedby --- .}

,... '. ?_.,?. 7S 42 __r in honor of her twelfth birth this canvass. These ministers are stlectiCn-.whelhet for'yourseh your ',wife, ,
!" day. Delicious refreshments consist- co-operating earnestly for the up y .
Sunday 71 66 .10
: -, ? ing of ice cream, cake, candy and fruit building of the Christian Interests of husband ' '- 1,
';" Monday ,..-..? 66 61 .65 were served.This the community -They should have the ,, son or daughter. ..

, Tuesday __.'?.. 69 40 .__ week, has 'been devoted to the hearty support of all our people in .. .
R Wednesday -.-- 63 37 examination in the schools their noble work.C. L j -

t Thursday ,_?_. 76 41 ---I of quarterly the city. The indications of the V. Armstrong and wife, accom- Our lines are improving day by day and it

Friday:' .______ 72 61 papers so far are that the pupils are their Miss '
panied by niece Beatty. ar-
show them.
maintaining the high standard of efficiency pleasure to
gives us '
.... ....,..... .00. in their studies that has always rived in the city Monday from JOhns- t
town, Ohio, and are this week being
characterised the KIIBimmee.chools.
---------- shown the sights by .S. B. Aultman.

+++ inninifTHE Armstrong stated to, a representative (: Yours for QUALITY in all goods we :
S, B. Story, who recently purchased of this paper that while he expected 'carry
I IIMIIIil the grove of G. F. Kribbs at Nar- to find Kissimmee a fairly good
LOCAL FIELD. coossee and moved there with his fam- little town, he had no idea it was such I

J ily a month ago, was in town Satur- a beautiful and up-to-date city, and .
day, and said he had just begun to with each succeeding day ha was becoming PhI.Katz .
I I know how sweet life was, as Nar- I stronger of the opinion that he J .
the most favored section would make his permanent home
coos ee was
'-W. IL Brokaw, with Griffing Brothers earth. I among us, as nowhere had he experi- : i.'I i.-
the tree people.. 40-tf on II I enced such fine climate and met more Dry Goods and Clothing

,Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. M Evans, I hospitable people.L I .'
, Tuesday March 3 ion 'VOTE FOR "
I D. Reagin' the Tampa firm of .

The board of trade will meet in regular Glenn-Reagin Co. was in Kissimmeea ,
session Monday night. few hours Monday, and paid his respects f,
to the Valley-Gazette. Mr.

Will Tison, one of Ashton's thrifty Reagin was secretary to the general
farmers was a business visitor to Kis- committee in charge of the Gasparilla

aimmee Monday.E. celebration, the success of which was 9
''jiue in part to his hard work. lie .,.
E. MaGee has opened a carpenter r stated that fully sixty thousand peo-
,. shop in the old Gazette building, t 1Y I ple attended the celebration, and but faithful and efficient member, Dozier II i''
next to Green's paint shop. two minor accidents were reported FRACTION Leitner who departed this lifeut STATE OfMOCRATIC'fXECUTIVE '

' during the week, which' speaks volumes Colorado Springs, Colo., on" February 3
C. I). Carroll|, who operates an ex- I for the officials of the city administration 21 t. 1914; and COMMITTEE
tensive turpentine plant near Narcooa- the de Whereas: Brother Leitner was from
especially police
Bee, was in the city yesterday.The '1 the time he became a member of our J JCAIUU

Ir partment. | OVER ONETHOUSAND lodge one of our most faithful, conscientious TO MEET AT JACKSONVILLE
Civic league will meet in regular *
r | and zealous members andofficeril }
. sesion next Tuesday March 10, J. C. Moore who for several years ON THE MORNING '
No. Ill
of Friendship Nodge ,
the Osceola in this }
managed pharmacy
at 3 at the Chapter (House.
p. THE
1 OF 14TH.
city, and for two years was a memberof Knights of Pythias, and at all times .
{, Oysters-Shell and opened oysters I Ii pur city council, but for the past and undur all' circumstances he daily : 4

i at the Broadway Wish Market, 503 year has madehis home at St. Petersburg I exemplified in his conduct and de- I Chairman Fernside has issued II u
1 Broadway, corner Main. 11-11 is spending the week here meeting I meanor the transcendent principles of I call for the state democratic executive!
his numerous friends.. Mr. Moore our order, Friendship Charity and committee to meet at Jacksonville at
1 Mrs. M. J. Bane and baby of Mulberry -.! D. R. LENIS sold his business at St. Petersburg in I - Benevolence; and I' 10 o'clock on the morning of the 14th, > f
1 Fte.. have been the guests of December and is casting about for a Whereas: Brother Leiiner was in and W. J: Sears secretary'of the executive '.

'J. relatives in this city for several. days. I FOR I new place in which to locate, with every Had Their Names PlacedOn every sense the embodiment of all the committee of the Fourth con%' ,
Kissimmee will be virtues and endowment of both head 1
j prospect that. gressional district has called his committee -
Miss Mattie has returned
Bandy I I and heart of the true, the selfsacrificing -
the he there is
" place, as says more to-meet at the same place, briton -
from Chicago, where she two
spent MAYOR I the valiant knight possessing
I actual substantial business here the ; the.afternoon of that date.
r weeks selecting her spring stock of I Voting List that and manliness that win .
year 'round than there is at any other courage
! millinery. The Man who will give Kissimmeea i place he visited from Florida to the. the plaudits and challenge the admira- tt
tion of all who within the circleof
If Wilton Alderman one of Bassenger's capitalJudge i ii
Progressive Administration.John I his acquaintance; that as man, he
i leading young business men, was CAMPBELL IS ENTITLED TO
G. F. Parker led the was noble and true; as a friend, kind "
{ ui the city Monday and Tuesday, im,king lay- WEAR THE BADGE OF EX- PLAYERS COMING a
the in his Hupmobile. I men's meeting last Sunday and tookas and generous; as a brother, loyal and :
t trip L. Moore manufacturer of op- I his subject the incident where the CELLENCE, AS THERE IS sincere; as a citizen, patriotic and de- '

\ The Mothers' Self-culture club will ticians' goods at Atlanta, was in the mob chose to set at liberty Barabbas NOT A REPUBLICANIN voted. Therefore be it .
The Norman Field will appear
, city Mohday and was a pleasant rolLer Resolved, that in the death of Brother Players
of Mrs.
be entertained at the home II instead of Jesus. He made a present THE PRE-
the Pastime theater three
, at this office. Mr. Moore Was en route Leitner, Friendship Lodge sustains at daysnext
J. E. Lupfer Friday afternoon at 3:30.: day applicatipn and said it was up to CINCT.To week They'made
to Havana via Tampa, saying he would and irreparable loss, and Pythianism commencing Monday.
; All members are urged to be present. us in practical life to choose between ,
friends when here-befor
i I remain away from Georgia's capital I Jesus and Barabbas, between-the good I everywhere is bereft of the life and many
': J. M. Brady_of Orlando, deputy organizer I until the leaves began to bud and the and the evil and we can not escape a man unacquainted with conditions influence of a member who stood for this Season, and nd doubt will. be ,
of the Modern Woodmen of robins to sing. responsibility. all that was uplifting, ennobling and warmly
the The talk made -a in Florida, it would appear that Field has assuredasthairoily', '
i America, is in the city, and will speakat had of tended to rr ake the world brighterand
all The
deep impression Osceola
meeting tonight at tho city H. F. Unley, who, with his family, on present. county a population better. new plays wlllf be presented"-whilehere ,
an open attendance was good and several new about five thousand, as it is generally
moved here from Lakeland last week, with new.vaudeville features t4.4 "
hall. Resolved further that these ,
names added to the roll. The conceded that there is one voter in resolutions -
were "
t has rented a flat in the Willson build- tween the arts v'. 'i'
be incorporated in the minutes
Mrs. Minnie Moore Willson represented ing on Darlington avenue and occu- meeting will be held next Sunday afternoon every five inhabitants, and the regis- Messrs. Gardner are to be coneratVi{** .' I
I of this lodge that copies be furnishod ; '
at the Pastime theater at 3 which closed at
tration books Monday sated '
annual meetIng it this week. Mr. has of Such
Kissimmee at the pied Unley associated upon securing companies'
I the family of our deeea edbrotherl
f, of the Florida Audubon society, himself with Cole's )jewelry o'clock and will be led by Mr. A. S. I 5 p. m. contains only 977 names, with and that copies be furnished merit for their patrons, and it is very-4' > ;

f which took place at Winter Park on house, having acquired a half interest Nelson. More of the young men and Bassenger district yet to hear from. focal also 'to the Bar- evident that they intend to book only-, : :;. i
boys of Kissimmee ought to attend which will number about fifty. papers +
Tuesday. in' the business. the best that:can be obtained.:
tow and ..Arcadia for publication ;
f these meetings: But we want our foreign friends to papers The 1 'o for Monday night '
p. ill Fleming has added greatly to the William Looper advance agent{ of understand that we are working .under ) submittedROMA will l be "JuPlaiq Molly."' J
comfort and looks of his concrete the Norman Field Players, who begin a new primary law, which requires '/ Respectfully. ' j- -,.. ** .,
J building on Darlington avenue by put I'! a three nights' engagement at the every voter to register and swear, to .. ,; / ; ; THOMAS, .J.E', 4' and O.'P. RMnehartbrotheia .
ting a gallery the full length of the Pastime theater Monday night, is in what political party he belongs,-and "',' arrived in the. city'- yesterday from ,
f second floor. : the city in the interest of his troupe. Cast Your VoteFOR this county' contains a considerable '' Committee. Mansfield, Ohio, and If conditions are' .y'''
"Bill" has many old friends in and number who "kick" on making the what they have been led Ito'f bellevr" r
t The board of trade will meet in regular -, around Kissimmee who are always oath that they will support the same exist' here, they will/remain: They'
flession Monday night, and a large 'glad to Sfe him while here.D. ticket at the general election that they SHIPPING BEANS FROM PARA have been reading the Vall..,.,GaMtW'{ .
attendance is anticipated as action j voted in the primary.A DISE. the of Uie.oommisioners '
through courtesy *-
v will be taken looking. to the board'sreorganization. M. Norwood and wife arrived in i summing up of the books by Register Frank Vans and circulation of'
Agnew began shipping
the city Tuesday from Neosho, Mo., I statedlhe
C.W. Griffin showed:
beans from his Paradise Island this the west had'gone
place on paper
I and after making a trip over the town Precinct No. 1, Kissimmee, to have .
yesterday' Mr. Vans Agnew a great in inducing many
Mrs S. H. way
Mrs. H. C. Stanford and were so impressed with the many superior -
I Bullock returned Monday from aweek's advantages we have to "gffer e 426 democrats and 31 republicans. states that he has two acres in beans, to come, the majority of whom had 1y,
Precinct No.2. Shingle Creek, to I
about half of which are in bearing become permanent residents. It is safe ;.
with friends at Tampa, that
stay home eekers they at oncVwentinto
have 27 democrats and 1 republican. I
and the other half in full bloom. He to they will decide to make Kis
say ,
where they went to enjoy the < the market for a comfortablehome Precinct No.3. Campbell, to have .
parilla celebration. -I and arc looking over differentones 33 democrats. expects a large. yield and prices just simmee their home.
now are good.WANTEDLaunch
'\ Larry L. Pope of uffhman is offered for sale. Precinct No. 4, St. Cloud, to have Minister (calling on inmate of prl t

, transacting business in the city today. 1 Rev. B. H. Guy of Whittier was I 100 democrats and 239 republicans. on-Remember, Mr. Kenney that
i Miss Isabel Patterson of South Car- here this week to meet his daughter Precinct No.6, Lanier, to have 16 cedar or cypress, stone walls do not a prison make, nor P
. olina is visiting the family of Attor- Bessie< who reached here Tuesday democrats and 1 republican. hull 18 to 22 feet long, 6 to 8 H. I' iron bars a cage.
ney Lewis O'Bryan.The morning from Lake City, where she Precinct No. 7, Bassenger, books not engine. Prefer cabin. Must be in Kenney-Well, they\re got me hypnotized :
had been a student in Columbia col- yet returned to registrar. first class condition and cheap. Ad- then, that's all.-Penn State
A U. U will meet in the chapter "ege. Mis Bessie's health had not Precinct No. 8, NarcoosseJ, to have dress X. Y. Z., Valley Gazette. 11-lt Froth.
house Monday, March 9, at 3 p. m. been good for the past month, and her a 27 democrats and 10 republicans.It I
A full attendance is desired by the thought a short rest at their t will be seen that in this county
president. Some business of i importance parents home amid the pines below Whittier there is not a progressive (whatever }

to look after, in which all the would be more beneficial than medi that means), nor a socialist} that is,
ladies are very much interested-Mrs. cine. if there is he was either aShamed-to
J. McPhatter. j,1, declare his party or knew it was use-
} O. R. Bass, representing the j less to subscribe his name, as there
r J. T. Revett and wife, of -I-Iyri.I j tier district on the board of Whit-j would not be a sufficient number of RETURNINGi

I Ohio, are spending some time in Kissimrnee. j I commissioners, was here his kind to entitle the party to 'par
. guests at the Gravstone. :'>Yr. i: attend the regular monthly meeting of J the primary.' i
, Revett is highly pleased with this section that body. Mr. Bass said that the Campbell is entitled to wear the

and has made some investments only thing necessary to make Kenans- badge of honor, for in all that territory -

i at Thurman City. I I ville become a place of considerable I there is not one follower of the The n
importance was railroad\ connectionwith special privilege class, although an .
; Joseph A. Santiago,4he barber has j Kissimmee and he believed that old settler informed the writer that

\ returned Kissimmee, and has accepted would be accomplished 'before any back in the early '80's a man did move
; a position in K. P. Butler's new great length of time. L there from some unknown place and Norman Field
Mr. is ...
I shop. Santiago's family now I attempted to cast a republican vote, Players
at Green Cove Springs, but will join | J. P. Hill reached here this. week but was persuaded to come clean and I
him here in a short time. | from a trip through the state for the join hands with those who were pro-
two months. Mr. Hill lives at H. R. MAY
John the fifthcimnn past tectin gthe flag, the homes and the
Lyons, champion
Ix>gan, Iowa, and says the reading of honor of this country by keeping the
rt.e lower lakes, was in town this'toeek
, f at the head of a band of his as- the eral Valley months Gazette was the for cause the'of past his coining sev-I In asking the white men of Kli1 carpet-bagger and the negro from II Pastime Theater ,

: sistants. John never fails to get in [ here and stated that Kissimmee 1 simmee to elect me to. the office of governing our county.

on time to register his name in the vas a much better place than he expected -| mayor, I do so feeling that I am But there are 239 old boys out at
democratic column of voters. 8t. Cloud who still believe that the
I to find, and that he would be ,! capable to fill the position honestly

C. II. Griffith representing the MTI I here next winter. He will read the the fearlessly whole and the I best do interests not make of, and true happiness and only' road leads to through health, the wealth republican Three DaysCommencing '
Gazette the next twelve 1. .
: genthaler Linotype company, with haven't been Monday March 9
believing They
promises of great .things, party. y
entered his
months he
having nameon
Netv ,
I Orleans in
headquarters\ at was books. that\ good, conscientious and faithful' here very long; they will see their mis :f.
our subscription _
week and made inspection
an roll
city I work is what the people of this progressive take before another two years
of tho Valley-Gazette, machine 1 Architect L. Percival Hutton of city desire and should have.I 'round, and come into the fold of the '''-

pronouncing it in the pink of New York, at present located in Or- believe in advancement in public party that believes in srvc'nl' privileges POSITIVELY UST APPEARANCE HERE THIS SEASON I

; condition lando, was in the city Monday in connection improvements, and will exert my best ,to none, a square deal for all. 7
Mrs. Emily H. Burns, mother of with his duties in supervising efforts to keep our city in the forefront -- '

Mrs. W. B. Witherspoon, passed her the construction of the new golf of Florida's progressive and New Plays-New Specialties. Opening Play \;.
club house situated in beautiful
eightieth milestone yesterday and re- a prosperous cities. As the trial justicefor RESOLUTIONS ;
ceived kindly remem- nook bordering Lake Topohopekaliga, infractions of city laws, I will use c
brances some from friends very and relatives. a short distance below and in view of every means at my command to purge JUST PLAIN MOLLY'' e'rrs', :'

She is in fine .health and has great Kissimmee. Mr. Hutton planned 'the Kissimmee of' that class who make OOZIER LEITNER. ;
which will be ;
club house
strength. for one of her age. I i beautiful of its themselves a menace to society and Whereas: -It haa pleased the Grand '
I I j lof the most 'htnjctures morals by practicing the sale of whis- MATINEE WEDNESDAY .
Chancellor of the Universe in Ills infinite
Narcooisee tur- kind and in harmony with the pur- -
0 C. McLean, the ky, as the continued traffic in that
in the city Sat- noses to which it is to be devoted. and will do and inscrutable: wisdom to remove -
has done
was damnable stuff
pentine operator that Between his duties a* architect in from the castle halls of earth Popular Prices: 25c, 3Sc :aud'SOc :
McLean fair into disre-
urday. Mr. more to bring our ,
new houses had recently been built planning at Orlando some of and the his principal work in st Kia->-nctures pcU than all other things combined. celestial and the habitations grand lodge of which man to is "not that ADVANCE SALE SEATS at a.......'. D .* Bier. Sat rJay A. Mli I"
and in coupleof '
townsite a
. In the new H. R. MAT.Advertisement. At' M
Narcoossee would run St. simmee, Mr. Hutton I is, a comparatively made by hands and fadeth not away"oar '.
years busy man. ( .) esteemed friend, loyal brother,
Cloud a close second In population. 'I

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.Du..C.L..UYATT.; 1 i Instructed to'write VVm.' M. Kempfer to FOUND- CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING
: Proceedings of.tho1SchoOl tbat Pearl efTeot." Johnson. was appointed as ; and corn-paw within .Marge; O. Per.

arms Surceon teacher of school at Merldla, said schoolto son calling at this office, proving' :
Phones _. be bra term of three months.. property and paying. for this. notice
Notice bavin been received from -
Board can secure pin. -
OffIce, )97. K1ssf imn4eRes. : Stats Superintendent Shests that i the .6i-t :
auperlntehdanta' at Ft. My -
.,248. . Florida "1''. would ba on March 10th." rha! board: five Cents Per Line l'OUND--.Thres! Milag books on,
At Owners- nndlnar It would be Impossible March Broadway last night| two. from
Kls.lm'm".L.JI"I. 2. 3)24. '
Bears to attend unanimously .Each Insertion.%
; T!). Board of fruMlo Instruction tnt decided to send DU, J. W 4 SIMPSONDKNtlSt. IH regular" s.slon. there bain'* present Bass and 'W. W. Chandler aa representatives ; : .......I ..... D. C.-J. J. Rogers, 118 i'
W. O. Baas chairman:. Oso. ,W. Ovcrtrifft of said,
Oaoaola county to
and W. W. Chandler. Also W convention.Ther . WANTED TO RENT bones for the < street. j!(,.
Prices J. l
; ,, Upitsirs>> la Katz 'Building.OIrr&CK Minute of the last meeting. were. board adjourned until the next regularmeeting. i convenlent; nice location want MISCELLANEOUS.v ;.
road and approv .. ROUGH LEMON SETSrfor aale tlS
l" a. m. "0 12 'm. OiDO.! W. b-VE'RS-r UET.!: possession March or April; beat I
: UOCf\S: 8. t,, Lupfe'r- 'county treasurer,, reports per thousand lIenrr-\\ ., St&fth. ,.( .
; Chairman tem. ft guaranteed for property. >
J'I' { 1:30 tO5:30P.: m, ,,; .* as follow*;' Atte'tW.! pro i care <
J4 8BAR8 -, .. Wauchula, Fla. N:.:Utpd
Box .
""'""'!"" Telephone yb.-76 JUD 6. lvr 1 herewith tender my report as tressurvr . Superintendent. Address W P Lb, 117 or .,
of Oiiceola county for the month F. F. Cummin\ at Carton Grocery <
IH'aveTheth' W. CARSON of .February. A, p. IPU: Co. Also'want at once 1 or 2 unfurnished FOR RENT. r
: DR. -'- DWELLINGS tot rent to M.
ntmrrml "i>Lo l F.."' : rooms. 8tf opply .

.. .I 4 DENTIS1! To bala.n04n! last report,__t 8S1.6I Tiller.: ., ,
* To amount received from loan ORANGE WANTED-Fresh cow at the Gray-
To amount recelvHd. from Copt. FOR RENT-New 4-room cottage,
< Want More I Office over Cole's Jewelry StoreOffice from 8tat bank _.__________ MOO.00 stone.. H. W. Thurman. 6-tf nice and new; price $10 a month.
Int. >"bool fund __________._ (22.46 -.Nelson
Hours 8-12,1-5 Realty Co. 8-f
: To amount received from tax FOR SALE. '.
i Office phone 1 58 collectortaxfH, K>8166 poll. .
Resilience 23' 191S, I81i $27) $291.-.1____ 979.W( MARKET FOB RENT-tJomlortable bed room,
/ A RARE BARGAIN-You can purchase '
\ Gad administered for extraction of teethDR. S.74.fl4 ,- my home at 318 Brick street centrally located. Large porch.. 6

By paid warrantsan. per lh>t__ 1.784.22 Brack St. 3. W. Prentls. 42 tf
i Since the'fa'rat of.the month several of -- anSI pay for it bj the month in such -

Canadian friends have arrived in H. S. GEIGER Balance-" -- ____- _. ______I ".42' amounts an you now pay in rent.
my I I-HrSICIAN AND aUROBON Nnb-trhool District 1'! ''. 1. I FIRMER House situated in orange grove and FOR RENT OR SALE;-Two-storr
i I town. Others are in various parts of I Citizens Bank ''BuildingKisBiqjraee To balance from last r..p..rLII.Z7l:00 I modern Itt every particular. The bent store building on Brack St. North '

't the State following out my suggestion Florida To amount received from taxrollertor bargain ever offered in Kissimmee.W. Kissimmee.; H.. C. Stanforl 2 -tf

,. to look( around so that when they I taxen _. _u_ ____ 75.22 (;. Campbell. 11-lt pd . .
Of Ace 297 or 64 .

; ,reach Kissimmee they will be more I Residence, 265. 14'1"1 I Jiy pnk) warrants as pel Slat __ 11.44622 f,0 00Uulaunv FOR SALE OF RENT-720 acres of To the Property' Owners of Osceola"
easily convinced that. this is the place I Better Feeling For Florida I good pasture Jand close to Whittier. Ooynty:

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h.u 31.296228.bCebo.I J. E. St. 2105 Myrtle St., Sioux
Jor to locate. Onge. I will be at .the following places .if\
RIVERS. M. D. I I>l.trl<-. >o. 2. I City Iowa. ll-4e ;
'T.M.: the dates named for the purpose ofreceiving
1':o fmlnnrp from last report u- $ 111 0"1 Fruit Last Week I tax returns -
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON 'I'n Hnnrunt received from tax WANTED-If you have any rough ;
: "tl< rtor taxeB 2.30 Narcoossee, precinct No. 8, March
-- --d
1 find, that my succeuful management Olice overjOsoeola Pharmacy lemons for sale notify C, W. Brown 6.
,. of Erskine Heights Farm during the I 11D.4Bpaid I Haines City Fla. ll-2t
I )I Residence 53 H) warrants a* per llMt. I 5.111)Iiilante ) TOTAL SHIPMENT FROM THE Klasimmee precinct No.1, after
past year and my activity on my own I>IIO.. ?.? r lOtflce 118'sT STATE FOR THE SEASON 15,514 FOR SALE-Eucalypter trees, at March 6. .' *
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'" W. I.
place almost adjoining. has placed me George Mawson, west end of BARBER
-10..0..1 IM.trlola. :L '
in a position to act as a sensible advisor Hughey street. 8-5 pd Tax Assessor
L V To balance from last l-port-- $ 42239 GRAPEFRUIT NOT 7-tf -
: L. W1NN.PHYSICIAN I __ __ County.
to those contemplating taking .I To amount Tei\efi from tax _
FOR SALE T. B. Johnson
r >lliTtor tuxes _.. __ 5.09 SO COOl).
,I: up farming in this part of Florida. west side Clyde avenue; desirable NOTICE TO CRKDITORS. !

t .427.181 I | location. For prices and terms IN COUHT OK THIS OOI'NTY JUDGE
: Office 2nd-Kloor Willson Building.asnlrCNcSPMOT4K ]j. (will wari-intu, tin PIT lieS, u.8 ooH j Florida liirun Shipment-.. apply to Jno. M. Lee Kissimmee.i STATE nIP FLOHIUA.
In re K.t.le of I. It. SCarcer 01.T'il.g .
1 KIM5INNL.Oriic '. lani'f: 343 4SlullSchool Fla. 9-4t
I arti still anxious to add to my ProMc' yLO..A Cars moved last week K58 i : -
JI.trIrl . .
!' < > 4.Tn --- --- dltor... Legatee Distributee
t Jilt of desirable properties no matter i.a. Ian..f from last report.. _|1 1.0'' 8K Cars moved week before laat 5f l :.FOR SALE-20 acres half cleared nice and all l ersona. having Claims or Demands .

; ti! whether how big. Amy '1'.. mount r..i--i-,-d from tax ------,-- fair against said Kstate:
one-acre or r. A. VANS AGNEW W. B. CHAWfOSI. eollietor I..xi'.. . h_ 1X91l7l2h Total earn moved to last Sat. 15,514 young grove good fences house You and each of you are hereby notified I
friends arrive or write me I willbe some crops now growing; terms and required: to present anyclaims
,. TANS AGNEW & CRAWFORD $ 79 and demands which you, or
able to select from a complete list ftx ,paiil I wdrr.' ntN, HH |'t-r lint. 3fi (10 Jacksonville Fla., Kel)h. :27.-The reasonable. J. H. Halley Loughman either of you, may have against theestate

just what they are looking (Gr.Jo ATTCRNt-Vh: AT-LAW Jiiilanri-: h ,, 75iiubcho movement of citrus fruit for the past Fla. 2-tf Oxceola of county I. It. Homer Florida, deceased, to the late undersigned of.

week was over 300 heavier than administrator of said .estate
..I IMrlrt ,... tV. cars
_ Offim ;HI Ctl7tr! Hank llullillUK, I: the week previous The Packer.A FOR SALE--Signs to advertise prop- within one year from the date hereof.Ja'd .
Tn i h..Ja'rae.from lust report M 2"; 74 says February. 27th, A. U. 114.
I KisHinimee Florida I'D n mount ri>rcl\ei1< from tax total of 8ij8 cars were moved. Ship erty for sale can be obtained at the M. M. BREAKER.:
Let me have particulars of what land c.Ii.-. t.r tax. M 1 !17 ments since September 15 to Febru- Valley Gazette, 10 cents each. 10-81 Administrator

would sell and name best 21 I. were 15,514 curs.
you your 21,71 ary ---- - -- -
$ = = == = = =
D. fJEIG; I{. ---- --- --
; i price and terms.AMW.Law. }-l. J.\ (itM\ vt.tiruhtH' tt<* !I""! lint I The market, particularly on oranges : : 'K

ISulaix-i- '2iJ stiffened considerable last week. There .. ..
were favorable fonditions all over the .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW' fl&rI4 >o. balancifrom last r""rLnl f71'U' country. Oranges sold at an advanced -
.. OfTire State Hank Building: '1'" ahmount received frum tax price in almost every market. The I I"ri" !
I collvrtor tax II lo 04 grapefruit market 's somewhat depressed )%
Kissimmee. Florida
Box 4S.Ki..immee. 6)ood rit
9; !
I 27\14 as the demand has been con- LT lif
,' The trade to
Itv mid, narrviltls IO" | < 1'11"1. 15.08 siderably lighter. seems

Fla.HV' QUO: F. PARKER. take more kindly to oranges which f:]
llalant-- h_ _ - I 1286 accounts for the slight depression in .
S -1. IA.1'KICK.1 Co. TriusWarrants the market. A of Cuban .g1enceJves
- I I'j i IAUorney-at-Law. grapefruit car ...
In the sum of 13.93.30 were oranges passed through Jacksonville ,
Collection and Conveyancing .-xa In I r.-d and canc<>ld I In "|>in siHtfli' >nan ,,\
last week en route to eastern I.
.. . .. . .. . . . Specialties. 57. follows.65. 66. 77. Nos.78. Hi.:3S.84.411
112% Broadway. 1.2. 94. 127, 142. 149. 160. 152. 163. 166. is variously estimated that there -
1(12. 1S8.) 169. 170 171. 171. 174.' 176. 177.
are 1,500,000 to 2,000,000 boxes of oranges (
17h. 17!''. 180. 191. 1X2. 1H3. 184. 186. 186.
1 Sprigg Fleming I 187. 189.! 191. 192. 193. 11>5. 196. 197. 19K. remaining in the state at the I ..
n f l F. KRIBBS 1514.! :Ol'. 206. 207. SOU. 210. 211. 214. 21k.21R present time. As the months of ,'
217. 218. 219. 242. 244. 246. 24&. 247. March and April arc very favorablefor 1
241. 2 Ill. 250 252. 253. 254. 2Sfi. 266, 257. I ".
//i! 25X. 255.'> 260) 2116. 267 268. 227. 228. 230. the.-f CLEANING 231 **l. t32: 233. 231. 235. 263. 264. 237. no doubt so the shippers -and grow ,
Examination of Titles a Specialy.
. ers that the balance of the
say crop
; PRESSING Notification and payment of taxes. of HIIlM w.-..- Bpi,rot t d anil.. warrants Issued will bring fair prices. d II
follows1W .
careful "
DYEING u" given J- ,'arll. Sal .Supt ___ It 16 on Reports received at The Packer office It t
attention. \V t" /I..*..... M II PI. on_ >_._ 4KO) from many sections of the state; ,
REPAIRING l5e oV "\"et. M U. I' L. 4.00( indicate that the orange trees are '! '.
'tW Chandler. M B 1'. J. 2.(> OO _ ., ,
blooming unusually heavy. The A ,
|H M. Kvann.: eaiary---------- 20O.OO
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Pat Josnston G. P. Garrett :III".. Alm"tla I.ellner. xalnr.\. __ on 85.00MIHB ( heavy rains during the past two _ _

:' Leave word Pt my hUUi> aa l nlotb e JOHNSTON &: GARRETT MIHH (Madya Clara..I.eilbetter Short. alury salary._ --_-_--_ 70.00 70.oo(( months following the drought."have ]

I. will becpl/fid 10r and returned. Attorney at Law :MIMB' Alliina.) Hr>lith. Hillary__-__. 65 oo) put the trees in splepdid conditionfor il'
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Mi.'M Myrtle (.,Il.itt. Hular; -- K5.00( next season'crop.. I '
c Satisfaction Guaranteed Offices 10, 11 &: 12 MlHH I Krani-ls: I.anicston, sa'Sar i-.. 65.00MlHa ; : k \
!Mnrlorlf Andernori. aa1ar.65 00 .

: . . . . . . Citizens(Cissimmee Bank Florida.Bldg., I'4iaa MIsH I.ouiKiThotnwson HarrliltVllfox.' ,Halary Hnlary_ _On_ "65.00 5.111I ( Chase & CO.'K Trade Letter. I,

I _ _ Jacksonville Fla. Feb. 27.-Chase --r '
Mrs." May Clayton, salary n U5.00 ,
Miss. M. C Bryan. salary___ _n_ B5.00 & Co., in their market letter to the _ : : ( :
Mis Clara Htute salary--------- 66.00
trade this week write follows
as :
;- -- -- LOUiS C. MARy T. riCTUN WARLXXW M-1s Knima Futch; salarF------- 65.00 _
LaU Counsel for Judm. "f the Miss: Medora Hussell., nalary.fiO.DO, ( : "Now that the California celery .1-w J
Florida R. It. Comm.. Criminal Court MlBB'Kmma t'owell," ..alarl'----__ "J5.00 deal Is practically over, the demandfor
Mis* CaofllaOvel: <..ti...,t, salary._ fiO.OU
& WAULOW.I' .. '.... Florida'celery has increased very -
EXPERT PIANO MASSEY Mlsi Justin UarTord .Iar) 45.00 ;
: Miss. Cli-o .Woolrld re, salary.__. 66.00 rapidly. The west is buying freely.
", ,'.. \ .. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOS j Mr. C. 1*. Uelknap ezLlary------- 40.00 The heavy demand together with the

AT LAW Mrs.Miss fi Bessie M Foil LrftwBon.? salary ealary45.00:_ ,. 40.OO moderate shipments, leaving Florida .
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TUNING Practice In all the Court of the Kute and of Ml(KM Lillian Ide.: salary.: __ 45 00 have caused the market to advance. .i
the United 8UU. .1.o kx'or the Florida Rail. MtHMa Un rgr.ealar. > - _ 4J.OO( The market is strong at prices considerably ,
rcmd Commlnaton. and the lnt..rtate. CAmmercaCornmiaaion. Mm c I-d Mhz"'). ....I"'". &U.OO higher than those ruling .
\ Special attention to all makes of .\ I It Mmri'W.. niilm. > I Ml. 00MHN a
| I I.. na llirr-i snlnrx", 5000 week ago and every indication pointsto 1
BLTH ORLANDO. FLA. fences---and lots them-will
? Instruments .<11 1yI- Miss !I'. irl 14wliaa1ar: . 5LOO( continued favorable market condi- Good
T J I.lltli( ""I,,. _ 46.0(1(' tions.
f* Charge for tuning 300. for next I. I. .Imil.tu Haliiix.( 45O1I \
80 days: NDREVN JOHNSON M i I-: \\'r I 11.:ht. Halarx <(&.dll' Demand for Florida oranges is "
A Jautiltii, ( Th"niii'oii. ;Malary, :311.011. very active and market strong. We grow money for you.
Oat I'l-atl I JohliMon. Halarx . :t5.OlSad'lie I have resumed
of town orders loll at
cited.R. operations quite
AND! COUNSELLOR AT L w I Izzafd: Nalat( > .' . ;1"1'
Will Practice all Courts >!ra Uhniitt,' Lucas Ha I.. r> 40 (idMKn ) few of our packing houses and are '
D. FAIRMAN in ( ) l.i-lla IIh. il.--. Nalarv. of desirable sizes.
1' 40(1)) ( 0J. rolling cars very
.". Phone 202 Box 197 Stat and Federal I 1. ,A Y"ii.II t. ".\111"7"0, The superior merits of the Florida or- Fence off farm into a suffi-
Office adjoining MVllta. J"hr.n., Halnr.xMi :(I"$ Ill' your
BroaJway llta Ji>hnt4nn. HalirMHH I > 1, '"I anges are being clearly demonstratedat
Kissimmee Cjlizena Bank "KisaimmeeTp. | 1'lld i 1\4,,,,hlo.. sam ,,'. r.Im this time by premiums being paid !

J \V. Thouip.son I..hor Hi-h :N'o 1 43 do' for Florida in the auction markets cient number of fields to the ;
K: i Fun get
'is a -""tI. Sen..N 0 1 I'6.
.' S) I' Nn t 1. __ i 2! (Ill throughout the country over prices at .
-. -__. __ .. H. JENKINS I J It Smith,) )..nllor. "..h. N'o. 1 4" 00' which the Californias are selling. .
:S: I. Iup1.'o,. Tr.'.."-. :Hfi.42 "We are now shipping cars of .
of and the
: SURVEYOR Tinl.l.ou.I< Tntlow.' I'0 .laltor Cui.IIi.-| | lin.l-N. .HUIplles. J 7 4)1Satvul Florida grapefruit running heavy to proper crops most ,( I

J."T., Thompson: .. Sh No. 16_ u ___ :! 1 iliVattrl'H large sizes or heavy to second$ grade "
Fraternity Hall Kissimmee Fla \ A. ('ar.."" <}ru. e.... HtlppIlHH which are giving general satisfaction. T
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- H'hh .50W advantageous pasturing
",:' FUNERAL DIRECTORand ll llanklns. Iru"Mt'II.lnlf. HIC'III The growers owning best grapefruit your

I I-: S)"a>>. \ pamphlet Kiln, ) of desirable, sizes are holding the.stock
..I. J. HICKS KlHslmmi-( ValleyJanitte.. print i back for later There is -
DR. InK -- _ h_ ._. - _ I.1 I f.OStatr cash returns each bound
in are
no difficulty -selling cars running season
LICENSED$ EMBALMER Physician bank. Int No. 11<35. *1 nioni (14000
and Surgeon J. c. -rjarlmer. suppllen. Men N.i. mostly 54s and C4s, or 54s to 80s at ,
IB. H S It No. L_. __ __ . 4.SO) much higher prices than we are ask

If Office phones J Srh
Store and Chapel, Stewart Are. State Bnnk Bid. Office 41-Res. 40 M rn J M Hteffi e, salary teacher I 46s."

k ... itz ....IIch.N. !. 28._ >I. S.: O: No.. 4.MIHB ___ 7$"OO, ( = _._---- - - ---.=. '
.. I 1..-"* HOIHT. ....111.." teach
e8D1IUCID. FLORIDA O OO OOOOOOOO OOoOOOODann !$,rh No 1 IS.! 8. S Ii.N o. 4 __ 4i..OO. 000400000009 OOOOOOOOOOOO an asset, as they add greatly to I, 1

Frank Kranklln. wood Sell. No. 20 4 00
'. K. l>..\Vltt (Irown. HprvlvcH, Srh.
,, .. & Dann No. I _-_ -_____-- -- __--_--- 15.00
; the'value of farm.
t. Miss Joe Brrta Bryan sdrvlc'-s. If you want an '.room house any :
Tomato .. .
club n 2.fcO close In modern In every
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Grocery Company J. W. J'rentls. piano _ SIO ('0 $1(00 cash.
J \V. Preritls. for <"*hau lu'MtO.
E. E. Wells Cltlxons. bank. I Int. Nos. qr 6-7..J I'

; --101 Broadway- 17211. t Mos__ -- _ __ _u_- IIO.Oo We sell good fence---American''
("(tisene bank loan. S JUolI2.lill 1t:
: Real Estate and Insurance I Citizens bank. Int. No. 335. 6 M....'

Operates the Cleanest Store The board funds flndlnK In Hub-schocil that there district Was Hiifflclent No.- Field Fence---made heavy and strong

I. \ and 4 to run the .Bansliiyer" school No. :US
Sells the
Groceries the extra two months recommended. to If you want I-room hou..

::4. v.3y; ,: MAKE A SPECIALTY OF RENTING of Any*House in Kissimmee. the they trustees do not discontinue in and for said the district said school.that and 10 acres of land 1100 cash: to lat. The prices are very reason-

Resignation I of Miss I r *>*" AS vary easy terms on balance
;: '*'"< HOUSES AND ROOMS 4.- Instructor of music In und; "O which Is but little.
v hlffh school No. 1. aetna to take rfec't

.3O3/ Bromdvay Phon* 272 at HupertnttindVnt close of term Hvars was wee. accepted requested and to able. We invite you to call and See

r--'.! write Miss\ Reese thanking her for un- .
R. F. PARKER tirIng and efficient lahor while con '
nected with snld school.Superintendent .
p . J. ..,' -- Hears was Instructedto I.Esey us. i L: ,

write Mr. Appleynrd. statlnK that .
the board would xladly: give the ""Flor r "
ida Mchoftl ISxponetit Ita moral aup- .

_ : :GATONE 11 DrIingt0B Aw. : pent funds and of vetttnfc such the, county out financial Its would feature support permit e as tlon.the towards on .either terms of above to suit properties.purchaser Osceola! Hardware Co. <*

: A petition ItarinIr been presented a 4<
asking for an .stabllshtnent of a schoolat
: \ O section $4. township 2T Ask Mrs. Summers . .
: ",,, ,, :srn au ni.TIM C. F 1J1. het. ranw flP3.a.; and said petition show In ( .' I n' '. .
t that 16< .8et4. asir c17de.
: .' 'a.4l.nd.h.a aut.lD... (ther were sufficientnumb.r of ? "
\ r.- blltm ,.tor, als. from .I10 tc .; 'WOBKER scholars, to establish the school at the (clYdIrtbS: 2nd AT*. ,'W., et i
SHEET ; said
t .: ; 0:1'8, > METAL' place the board. decided that they The Favorite: Store of Kissimmee
yt: t:1t: ::. prare&oa.. : would establish said school provided .,.coart'nouae loading-soaUi..) ,
C.1UegssS..d,1ty.p. | .\ the. patrons would ed to th .ounty : i -
/ : t' .n HUIifrW.-1' ..s. e*m. igi.t . O. 'Klasimm a block j of land .Dd which, to construct* t., &;'tf, -, : : ,
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111111. ill i 111111111111 I i 1'11111 i IIII. II a MlilllllllMII" 1.CA !!.! INTEND.ENT8.FOR'.COUNTY' PRINCIPALS SUPER ; / :LAND"S'::: /' : '.' :


SOrT FAF r .2ER:: -BOARDS. I Have Them for Salem' Any Size Body' '. ,. '

:tN"'S" 5t ONCE: A convention of county superintendents .' ., !. I J. ,
high school principals, county \ From Ten Acres to One Hundred V .,.:: .
board of public instruction and 'other .
Successor to the Dozier Leitner Agency
school officers, has been arrangtHl : "
State Bank Building for March 10-13, at Fort Myers. Dur- Thousand Acres. V
the four of the
ing days meeting a i "
wide range of nubjectsi affecting; the '
'\1 public school interests. of' the state will Letter Addressed to Me Will .Bring .'a '. .
I be taken up. An official stenographer -

C. A. CARSON, President XI. C. BRYAN. Secretary. to report will be all employed the The meeting meet- Full Description and Terms of Sale.

ing will be opened by an address by '"
: The Waters & Carson Governor Trammell. "The office of .f.
state superintendent of public instruction .
gives out the following program;
.D. G.
Tuesday., ,March 10. McKAY
8.30-P.: M. Invocation) Address. __
Grocery CompanyWholesale Gov. Park Trammell. "Suggestionsfor
the Improvement of Rural '.
Schools I ," lion H. S. Phillips. "Some KISSIMMEE FLORIDA i
\ i 'Needed Changes in Administrationand ,
in School Laws," Supt. W. N. 1- _
and Retail Dealer in Sheats, '
March 11. ,
Wednesday, -- --- -- - ---

GROCERIESWE 9:00 A. M.-Election of secretariesand Supt. D D. Corbett; (e) "The.Several
appointment' of committees. Points to be Considered in Fixing Choice of. 5 Tourist Trains ;r
1. "Industrial and Vocational Edu- .
Teachers' Salaries so as to Adequately !
cation"-a( ) "The Necessity for Their 1 Recognize Merit" board member, ,
Installation," Prof C. K. McQuarrie and Northwest
; W. J. CKjom; discussion opened by North
. 0 . 0 . 0. . . . .00.0.0O .. .... ... (b) "Suggestions as to How They May Supt. Charles B. King; continued by :
be Introduced Into the Rural Schools/ volunteers. *

O SELL: ( ..0 WE EUY: Supt. W A. Dopson; (c) "Will Their VII. "Difficulties in Securing Te tbooks" "Dixie Flyer" "Seminole Limited" '
HAY Introduction Retard or Enhance Edu- -(a) "The Chief Causes of
0o : HIDES.. 0 cational ..Efficiency Supt. Jos. W. These Difficulties Under the Uniform "Dixie Limited" "South Atlantic Limited"
GRAIN, 0 Sherrill; (d) "How Teachers May be Book Law" Supt. 'C. R. M. Sheppard;
FURS Prepared and Secured for Such Instruction (b) "Suggested Remedies to ..Correetthe
FERTILIZERS oOo. ," Principal J. W. Asbury; Difficulties," Supt. C. A. Parker; "Montgomery Route"f
.. OWOOL, t discussion opened by Hon. George M. discussion opened by Supt. Wm. H.
SHINGLES.oOo. Lynch i; continued by volunteers.II. Biggs: continued by Volunteers. Via : ,
O 0O A teacher's state reading circlea VIII. "A State Course of Study for
ORANGE BOXES, 0 ANDO -( ) "The Necessity for and Sug- the Common School"-a) "Is a State
gested Plan of Organization: ," Principal Course for the Graded Schools Desirable Atlantic Coast Line }
O ORANGE WRAPS, ALLCOUNTRY C. M. Jones; (b) "By Whom the ?" Supt. R. L. Turner; (b) "Howto _
O Books Should be Prescribed and the Secure the General Use of the
VEGETABLE' CRATES O 0 Number for Annual Reading" Supt.D. Course Prescribed" Supt.'J. O. Sick- .
L. Thrasher; {c> "Suggestion. of ley; .(c) "Expediency( 'Shortening Standard. Railroad the Sooth tk
CRATE NAILS, 0 0 PRODUCE. Plans for Ascertaining Whether the the Coarse to Seven Years" Bu L 1''. '.
O V. Books Have Been Thoughtfully Read S. Jackson; (d) "Suggested Variations Pullman ears Jacksonville: to Chicago St. Louis. Cincinnati,
004 .00000 . . . . .0 0. 00.. ... ...... and for Awarding Credit," PrincipajN. in the Course for Rural Whit Schools, ;
.J. Perkins; discussion opened by and Negro Schools," Supt;.O. W.. Ted- Louievilje'Indianapolis, Cleveland Grand Rapid,.and intermediate I -; ;
Principal J. II. Workman, continuedby der; discussion opened by Principal ,point*.
We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. volunteers.II. Glenn Terrell; continued by Hon. DINING AND OBSERVATION CARS r
We give special attention to fitting out bunting and camping partiea. "High Schools"-(a? "Should a M. t't '
George Lynch Supt.:J/'W. Hodge. For tickets and information call on Atlantic Coast Lone ticket
No. . .
Free delivery in limits. Phone 12.
city State Uniform Course of Study be Supt. J. W. Sanders '*
We are county agents for gjod fertilizers. Ask us Itr circaUrs and Prescribed for Them" Dr. A. P. IX. "County Boards of Public In agents, or. ...
prices on fertilisers. Montague; (b) "How,Many Grades of tru tion"-a( ) "Is 'the Present( Organization J. G. KIRKLAND1'Divniion Passenger Agent r

.----- - --.. Such Schools Should be Recognized, : of Such' Board Entirely .' ., v.
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and Would it be Advisable to Pre- Satisfactory" Supt. J. W.-Burns! (b) -

scribe Uniform Text-Books for Each.' "Advisability of Making the .
.. Grade" Dr. John A. Thackston (c) Count
--- -- -- Superintendent a Member & ,
"Suggested Requirements as to Prepa Supt. J. F. McKinnon; ( ) "Tb. Present fytytylyl$fyl 5 lyly1y1x1yt$$ rl'flyltl! I;. t1y
1 ration and Number of Pupils, Num- Relation, Duties and Powers of
ber .and Qualifications of Teachers, the County Superintendent to the RARE CHANCE IN SUBURBAN HOME ;
Florida Homes Number and Length of Recitations, to County Board Enumerated. Supt. W. ether interests I .' t
fa prevent my living there offer for sale.. ,
Entitle a School\ to Recognition ,
as a
M. Rowlett (d) "What u.eallQ..blObjections .
; \? V
Senior High School," Principal J. H. Can be Urged to Increasing place on Fish Lake, four and' a half miles from. Kissimnee' and equidistant
Workman; (d) "Suggested Requirements County Board to Four Elective from St. Cloud.t: V .'. . f

.and to Entitle a School to Recognition Members and the County Superintendent This;property comprises over'20' acres of good land and has. *.j
as a Junior High School, Prin. a Member, Ex-officio. Sup&-W. 3. 660 feet on the lake fron .' Excellent; fiaJ D.. -
cipal A. D. Kean; (e) "Is Advisable Sears;; (e) ",Advisability of MakIng , '
The land is half fruit'and balance muck. Has house almost
to Establish Teachers' Training Women Eligible for Election,to -
Classes Therein" Principal E., L. One or More Places on County Boards". 'new. story and a hslfy,30x30 ft.> HM water in the house.'two wells,

InvestmentsWe ;. ', Robinson;, (f) "Should Schools' with Supt. W..A.' Thaxton;-discussion opened (one oft,UieseJU-floy ng) of fine artesian, water, good outbuildings. ,
Lena Than Four "Teachers Offer High by"Supt. Jos. A. Jackson; continuedby barns 'ami:"chicken runs..** ...t:< -," .,
School Superintendent J ,"
L. Courtses'; ( ) "Should the Annual X.volunteers."Women's Clubs and Vocational County road and A. C L Railroad run through south end of lot

Examination Questions on Which Pro. Education-the Co-oneration of the with station adjoining. Telephone service with Kissimmee and'St. '

have a splendid tract or land containing seven and one-half acres motions are Based and the Diplomas Florida Federation! of Women's Clubs Cloud. Title to property perfect. Price very reasonable sad terms it

t fronting east on Rolfe street, overlooking: the town of Kissimmee. with beauti- ate Issued from be a Uniform Common and Source Both?" Superintendent Eman-. I f. Mrs With W.the S, Educators, of chairman the State/1, department given if desired. Apply... to ]. W. Prentii, Box. 196 Kissimmee, Fla. '.
ful view of the all in cultivation velvet beans last '37tf :
planted to
town was year R. L. Turner; (ti) "Should JI j of education, Florida Federation '
t '1 and is in fine shape for putting out grove' of citrus frutis. This property is just | the Qualifications of All Teachers in {l of Women's Clubs; "Canning 'fait"iYlxxYixt'ititYtxxlHx ,YtYtY1Yt 'it1i'Ylyicfich i

" outside of city limits, where taxes are very low. where a prosperous home can scribed High School b Departments!" be Pre- 1 Clubs of the State, Their Relations toEducation I . . . . ..
SuperintendentDixie -- -- - -' --- - -
i be had, with advantage of graduating children in high school, and then have I M. 1101lins; continued by volunteers j Miss Agnes and Harris Vocational, dean home Training, economics . .
t them home every night. Price, $1,500. Terms if desired. "' ._
. I department, State College for ---- ,, ---- --- -' '
IV. "The Wisdom of Granting State '
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Certificates to all Graduates ] '
t Same party has fifty acres about quarter mile from city limits. One-half Though Friday March 13. '
'I Without I**
Experience Teaching, Dr.
of this land is good citrus fruit land balance good farming mad trucking land E. Conradi; (b) "Should There be Any I I nual XI Promotion Miscellaneous-a of Pupils( )," Supt."Semi-an-Mar THE H. G. SIEVER ;

with a little low land on corner 0; land with good water. This will make a Discrimination in Issuing Such Certificates shall Moore; (b) "Uniform County .

splendid combination farm, with city advantages and yet enjoy the freedom to the 'Graduates of State" Examinations for School," Supt.. J. .
., o fcountry life. Price $50 per acre on terms. Also ten acres of land in and Other Colleges and Universities L. Kelley; (c) "Our Duties Toward REALTY COMPANY
Dr. Lincoln Hulley: (c) "What Regulations "
Our State Institutions of
Pindale. less than a half mile from city limitse; good land for grove purposes. for Inspection Should be Prescribed Supt. E. E. Macey; (d) "Clerical Learning Aid NOT IN THE TRUST --: IV
Land two tracts are unimproved. Owned by a widow who desires to veil. by the State Boards of Edu- for County Superintendents or a '
.' worth Desirable of be all cation and Control?" Dr. W. F. Blackman 10,000 acre Stock Ferny: bargain if taken at eaee,
\. Last tract is $750. terms payment can arranged on I Supervising Teacher, Which ? Supt. '
: (d) "What Professional Train- $5.00 per acre. .:. -:- -:- -:- .!-. .t.
F. G. Schell Mone
these lands, and their quality and location is indeed very fine. Should e) :
/ ing be Prescribed and Should Under Chapter 6390, Laws of Florida Prairie Lead, Orange Groves, High Hammock Lands, Timber.Laid
the Provision Requiring One-fifth of Virgil S. Lowe f "Shall Women
i Supt. ( ) -
We also have a very fine tract of land containing 600 acres located closeto the Time of the Collegiate Depart-| be Admitted to the Normal De. Lands at Ail Prices sad en Easy T..s. ,.

I good school and church; 500 acres splendid prairie land, covered with an State ments and Devoted Other<<: to Collegiate It Apply Alike Institutions to'I partrnent at the State University" _, 2,000 acres Stock Ranch, will exchange half'vake 1

excellent growth of grass,.cattle: do not require any feed on this pasture except Dr. W. L. Clifton; (e) HowShould Supt.Suggestions G. H. Tompknis for School; (Consolidation g) "Practical, for ether real estate -:- -:- .:. -:.- -t-

the natural grasss; front on a prttyHalcV. toed hog-tight into two pastures. the Prescribed Examinationsbe and Some Causes Why the Movementis
One hundreds acres of orange land, no'IrnprovemenU except a four-room Conducted, Who Should Grade the Not More Popular," Supt. W. T. Orange Groves all sizes and prices

house, well and stables. A fine combination stock and grain farm with grove Papers Made and of Them What Disposition" Dr. A. A.Shouldbe Mur- Horne; (h) "Use of State School Fund V
lands.and be had at a great bargain. Will introduce buyer to for the Erection of School Buildings" KISSIMMEE / FLOJUDA
can owner. phree; discussions opened by Dr. A. P. Supt. W. M Rowlett (i) "Necessity ;
with whom you can deal direct. We have many other. good propositions, and Montague: continued by volunteers. of a Statute Against; Nepotism in I I i .

solicit correspondence: Thursday, March 12. School Affairs," Supt.. Dixie M 1101n -
V. "Teachers' Examinations"( ) ; (J) "" High Schools,"',: f.
"What Are the Feat-
Objectionable Principal R. M. Sealey I
.. ',' ures in"the Execution of the Present XII. (a) Reports of committees; (b) II I GIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS"TO Convicts have been worked on the I
( NRt'SeN REALTY =CO. Mode Supt. J., H. Brinton; (b) adoption of reports; (c) resolutionsand 'CONSTIPATED CHILDI public road. of Jefferson, county, Alabama -
: "What FeaturesWould
miscellaneous; adjournment. for the) last ten months' and the
Still Exist, if the Present Mode be
Birmingham Age-Herald "noneof
Rear 'of State Bank Kissimmee Fla. State Continued Grading With Committee the Creation" PrincipalP. of a 1M'"OH'" I'HO(" ,"'..''''10'. I I Delicious "Fruit Laxative" cant harmtender : the calamities so freely says predleted'r;
by! those opposed to the has
| little Stomach, liver system ;
W. Corr; (c) "Exposition of the! -"- "
come to ,
Salient Features of the Bill Submittedto Under and bylrtye of the powerveate4 I and bewele. pass.
the Last fora In me I J. W (. Mayor of I . The nvicta''campa hays,been..or.
Legislature Providing" Klulmmen City: 1 Florida Ir.b:: rrb> announce .r ileriy and.sanitary; there have.been
I' .State Board of Examiners, Supt. J. proclaim and declare. hat an i I Look at the tongue, mother!. '.udated few escapes and no depredations;last;
L. Kelley Creation: (d of) "Arguments State Board Favoringthe of Examiners In election Bald city will, during be held the at l the.Kal flty hour.Hall Afvotlnir. ;your little one' stonmeh, liver ly, the cost has been smaller than was 1 4
a on Saturday the 2Xth day of and bow |11 need cleansing at onoev anticipated in. spite of the fact thatheav '
Supt. W. T. Kennedy; (e) March. .A. D leifvr (ho .purpoao of Wbenvleh.. cro... listless, .doesn't yexpense- incurred -in thepurchase ,>
You should read regularly Such"Objections Mode of Usually Urged Against a electing, term of the one following year via:afflwrs' to writ* ;I sleep eat or act naturally* or l Is fever* of equipment Splendid ,.. }
Exayninaiton Supt. J. One Mayor' lab; stomach sour, breath bad) ,has .DeW roads.,, hare been built, substantial 'r:
W. O'Hara; discussion opened by Prin- One Clerk. sore throat diarrhoea! full of cold give steel and -concrete bridges have been .{, f.
cipal R. M. Evans; continued by vol.unt.eera. One Marshal and TaX C.II.I..o', "
of I.
One Treasurer a teaepoonfnl SyrppVof'Figs erected( ,old ffoadavhavei repaired ,
also. to serve a term of two }'*.N. ." and in a few; hours.all the foal and all by convict labor.' . ., ,
The Valley Gazette VI. "Teacher.a) "The Growing Two member of City Council, Constipated ,waste,. 'undigested food ,Public.sentiment 1a growingstrose->'
: Demand, for Capable Teacher How I hereby appoint H..M, Iann B. O.
Hail Van' Agnew and Bay Livingston, aa and soar bile cmtlromovea out ot:Us) :er.all ovei .tberUnlted.States..e.alnat
Can It be'Met! Sopt. R. E. ; (b) Inapeetore, and J. W I'rentle -to- clerkof little bowel*.without crtplnc,:aad yon ,the lealngef cobvicr'jabort the 1-.'
Should an Ag Limit for Entering Mid election. ,. un &'(Well,; playful child a ta, .AIk ""
ofj asg-pdoo.ors
Greatest Weekly, Newspaper"NotAiag the Profession be Established b Statute In wltne whereof I have hereunto roads [,
dregslet for a- foveae bottle ot [ Fa
sea my hand a* Mayor of said city, and rear .:Ion.the increasing ,popular
J. aArguments
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'Supt T.' ) caused eb. seal of said eltr' le *>. her*. California Bymp of *}(*,*.whtclt.contain ity." Such oppos&tibn.tlleh is. has k,
s.cceefia Uk CferafaMonl.BO Favoring Annual Payment of unto (hi* 27th day of February, full,...reeUon. If >
:fixed !: 01" .bablechildren . i been manufactured by the dlllirent' efforts. -, te
'.' Teachers" Principal.W.C. Stokes; (d) ,of aU> and;lorAdvertisement. .._interested
> ../ , i "Teachers Disappointing Superintend, ttkap J, w. LIt..LT. acea : ; +uMr I> ..I pereoBa.or-eorpe .tI. r
Attest: Mayor of I'.lmm..e Cify.J. in the contianance of profltableleaaes .
Year 5c Copy"Florida'M .(I cuts After Accepting Positions V* R. CILDERT. Clerk, 10Ily ( .),. :-:-. Louisville. .;

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::1 W.rds.----' | the first water, add a'lit- l .
1 li SOMETHING tle piece of bacon or other'fat meat WILL H.OHOf'jJHENAME..OF
and thencover the shoots with colic : tJ. ,

.;,' 'Fo;' Maya Wond rru live water,1cawntwlth minute. Drain salt and, and servn.; boil' ,.for, l r. N LOUISVILLE&NASHVILLE I L '& 'N' i :

,. Stomach. Remedy, The department cannot supply jn.quirers -' :eA.XJ.EO..A.; : .
NEW, FOR F with samples of this new de- ,I
_IhI"h.t..1. : I
H 1* wa are te :: vclopment of the dasheenltcanhowt, : OFFER$ SUPERIOR SERVICE TO'I,

7Mar idru:; ,Ihamed rri put. them in touch wlth'com-tnerctal CINJ Louis' i
lever f."TJ'
Mr nuM nnl sources where they obI -! ,

)l .j .if...*!M but...a..asset not .flaw.k..i t
,r, : Wonderful/ K.HM .be. did. < more of tkawniraram with a limited quantity of dashecn .
T *n Ac true
would lul, kitlnV suitable for experimental growth In FJ fl ATLANTIC
a1 : Mll .010,,"' Nf<. the ordinary manner. The depart. ,. ; ROUTE
. 8:16
, .
.1 ale item tm. mtt p.I.'t I intent has already ,emphasized the ad-
fro from ....I dnturMnirmr Newly Introduced-Vega-! :i| i-iKability the extension of-this crop J Jacksonvillejlie Only \ ...-...,.r*...' 6:45 pm, Ar. Montgomery, ...b....._.8:60am. ,

i U >> ..*_..ll.._the ._". I I in the southern slates. In Its ordinaryuses __.___;-_.... 8:60: pm ""Ar.,, Birmingham .?'...,.....12:10:: n'n 1

VmptlllloB :'of fire ftk cr ilia .. n ...will ,, the dasheen4 satisfactorily supplements . 1 ,_.._.___, '7:15 am Ar Nashville i....w...._.? 7:40: pm .
able Dasheen the potato when there is-* Named. In His Honor Ar. Evansville ..._ _
._ 1:35
Steae..- Mew .k* U .WU to rat .n, >he'wmnu I v: .w7:45.m : -- am ...
mad hn .mtiM U pod .nd brforrtekutf hortag!, of the latter crop Rapld.-._ -2:45 Ar; St., Louis ?-?..__... 7:40: am
to veur.aMdinn* eb. aepetiee i .nd -- -- .---- : pm ', Chicago :
ale ., diiik --- .. _i., 9:00 Ar, ......_._..... 9:38 am t
wk m at Drtluiw she would .H. I "' r pm
)'' for M doin; ( and c.wd not .letp J .1 mybt'. Tin: SN: ( URF. SOMETHING IMPORTANT THE CAREER THIS OLD .!:.:,.:-; -. '7:00'm '
too* taking our treumra 11I wrli all TWO W.V.iPIXIE.FLYER
:i Bilht loo(. >. A. MKAIO, re m-:" I.IM:: 1SPAR.III'1.! ; WITII A --.- -"BIOR RE ADBlMQRWUKE" I .-r.; ;.,... 710-am{- : .

Tk above tctur konld tovvmot vrru rtb.a\TK: \VOK-Srn-: ANCE THAN HISTORY.I DIXIE LIMITED Lv. Jacksonville ..__?_,.,. 8:25 pm t
M..yV.aBTthiBK JV..dnf w.*l M mid. .aiai MT.;n.....:b;rp h.> !Sulforen cf R. R. CONFERENCES THE ONLY MAN WHO .' .... Train to the West. :Ar. Atlanta ..._____?'__ 8:00 am
ahoutd'try do.e 0' ib. ftrmrO. (.r.:; llX K:: OK M-SH-| : .. ___-____ 9:35 am Ar. Chattanooga ________12:00 n'n +

on* do* should. cvnriaot ,.lxt. ikal the c..r, . II00 MS. --- EVER DISOBEYED. > Louis --_________ 2:05 pm Ar. Evansville ..,_________ 9:43pm
... reaored. to health.. Nrarlr .1 i: StomarhAibnentt IN THIS DISTRICT .._,________
.N caused by the cO''lr> ...I< for 'EYIRCJT": ORDERS: AND 6:60 pm Ar. Chicago ...______... 6:60am
crtnr NIIOIU.D! BE REPRESENTED I . .. . . .
inlrMiaal tract with meoid and >a'a.ha1 1 1rtioi < 1lsrhugton. IX <- I"'hThe':! WON. -- --- ---- ---

Stomach_ and allowing otberwiiv fMktaonout drranmrff tfluiflft the i in n.l,...the.... 1'M..I I, .' n.i1iuiiiejrvtaljle.. the das- : AT THIS CONFERENCE.Has : Atlantic Limited Is I solid with dining cars, a
MaFr'. w..Mrfo1 W..rh M.mrayf huhlch iv.-omMtMi the potato and and sleepers to Cincinnati sleepers
; through to Louisville Cleve-
I-'la. March ,
Jacksonville 2.
.. the Miami board of trade arranged -
f .1eeaI, reflMnrca thrM acrrrtiort .Is..1 aperaUon i I' s peculiarly suitable crop for our' Indianapolis and to
daily Grand
.nrgie.l <* and putt *n end l la Colic M..nlwrn Mt '. has been xperiment- to hare representative at the ''I federate soljiero, the world over, Rapids Mondays and Thurs f
', Attack G.... in the Stomach and Imrttine 1 the name of Andrew ..
Ocala or Kissimrnee meeting' of the vere
l.oC the !
r with l 1- >
and all of the tiMiftl aymnicmi of St"mck '
Liver and ,lnte>fttinkt 1 (tlmrnln t<4l >tin PM r.t of agi i.'uhur e. who now (rive railroad commission : and in view .of the fact that their Limited l and Dixie Flyer are solid through trains to Chicago t i
;tl dmfft about Mayra W..drfol Nan.rh The Ocala called 1 forMarch reunion is to be held in the only
which meeting I is
lli, ii-lai.-, tf -penal way in dining cars, drawing room and observation
. ... < compartment
l> a dy or -not ti o 'C. M \la. Vile.CbemiM. / 'i in the south that named in
1S4 Whtonlol.! Ch 1 ', -,.. <.," II m.i) !I.,' i"o, .".t( By foninc'and :J.t! and the Kissimmee meetingfor l was ;sleeper through to St. Louis on Dixie Limited, over five hours 1,,
March 2f! and the' to be of that front and! brave' man, his .
this tuber : subject
fee* booklet ort Stom* bilmrpi" e. nyffratefiil I LI)H'I'I) > K;: the -hoottof and only one night!, out.
"h.teem ftoin |,eor.r! .ho lfl" *rteMorrd. -t-j,, >i'i in, ilmanly is (frown like discussed and it it. hoped adjusted for ices in freeing!' FJoridn from the
the of the farmers" and -of Indian barbarism will be of Route has to St. Louis r
thf piMiitni.' the -riofHists' have olitaini.l advantage sleepers through daily,. and con- jr k
t For Sale In Ki..lmJII..t'.lI. \ a '." w triuler delicacy for the tableAhnli other shippers of Florida, is in regardto est. sleepers to Chicago. wM,
the "long and short haul" law Jacksonville i\acnamed' for .
riutlie iist-iJ much like umra-| pass --
J. Z. ItUBKRStINAnd ): - - -
: of la1 "ion the \ Andrew Jackson us a compliment,
DruKrlntii Ev'erywherr.SINGERSEWING 10\1-:' whiliUs, rti.voiuirjreMivf! islature- ,I mark of appreciation, Services : LIGHTED TRAINS WITH.THROUGH SLEEPERS AND -.! Y
.... "liiu-hMMinv.Sev.'iaf( l blanchin ; The Ocala Star rather looks to the rendered to civilisation in the i DINING CARS. FAST" TIME. ROCK BALLAST. '
f and I
wayof >r<
i inir Th..rt'lJuld(( have been
railroad, commission to 1av down s ,and war. :
tin hocjts <>.f tint vegetable have e
t: (I surrender to the ,'ailroad.i' the i I progress or civilization: in Florida I
been "lne' MACHINE I AGENCY l h e< II (frown'' in all these ways-" pres-ent'r ' ditions in this territory in 1818, Florida Passenger Agent I... & N. R R., 134 Bay St., t
In IIf the blanching
one :, spunk into them." And, although usve '' a hundred years" ago, demanded ll-8t
\\i: :U. ci>mpjihi!! ,>d 1 hy keeping the services of brave and! resolute
I understand it the East Coast a
I \ ,
"d other \t.r-j
-hoot-"rovi'ii j with -and. I In
26 BROADWAY General; selected -
ritory' would not bealfectixi by Jackson ess by
.. by the department, a c
i-xperinientH I I enforcement of the law as the East I II (government as the one man above I
\rH'il with several
frame -
< others to head the movement --- --- ----
DANIEL KELLEY, AteotLEWIS ,,f Inn, vi-ocl. The boxes 'I Coast railroad is protected by the pro
<>- lap( wn.s :: vision'for water competition in its discrimination the Seminole 1 Indians who had ...
in which these expelimeiits i were earned I terrorizing the territory for .. \'..
in from rr
I I freight rates KeyWest I II ,
j were, placed( in a greenhouse
.. . i . o + o.c ac < > + oil a on lu'iiih that( wits supplied! with the railroad commission' should !I most years I and committing character.In .atrocities of i A L FERTILIZERS ,
: understand that the people are depending ,
bottom heutWheie I I upon it to see that the law isenforced March, 181H, General' 'I

O'BRYANATTORNEY large scale the' desired production, other of ,shoots method on* and that. rebates are" paid to was ordered, to the site, of the l
u inolc He invaded east .
those who have kept their freight ic- war.
described |I
, : AT LAW 'ale more suitable. ,These ,issued are. I I crints since the first of January.The and u> a 'lImpalf.:11> of less! than Vy
in a circular just bythe
is < 2.'l: of the .' weeks crushed these Indians. It
law ( -
office" of foieijrn' seed and 1 plantintroduction I)I statutes of Florida and providesthat general ' related by historians that in one \

"SPECIALIZING IN entitled : "The Forcingand I I it will be unlawful for "any railroad lajre, not far ,removed from ..
> .heen Shoots.
it2 ABSTRACTAND The office Itlanchinvr/ will: supply of I the bulletin toIllnyone ,i company engaged in the business ville, he and found children SOU scalps of of ecause of right sources right proportions, and right combina- w
of common carriers of freight in this women many
i .- be that addressed reijui'sts" to it.the Requestshould UnitedStates I(I state to charge or receive any' greater -till fresh hung'lngon a war ((9
General; Jackson knew that the
'> TITLE WORK ", I Dcpui Intent of Agriculture, compensation in the aggregate for
( the 8f of iards were in sympathy with the
transportation freight
I I1>. <'. anynature ;
'r _' Washington,
-STATB diana in their attacks Amel'
ofillustrations for a shorter than for a lonfffi.' I on
The new circular gives a number
distance*over the same line or routein settlers. After cleaning up a
J . .. 4 . 0 0 do0000'it I I one in of which shows at abed the same .direction the shorter to her of Indian villages he captured
of dasheens a greenhouse of St. Marks. For
be included in the longer distance, Spanish post
Battle Creek: Michigan. There in aboard he censured '
act was severely by
covering shown in the course of etc.Florida's ,| of large tonnage there it in buying, +
I government. However the naked our economy manu-
;; .ooo o >- shipping products arc the I -h
construction which is for the
purpose that "Old .
is Hickory" was more
of her wealth and
of blanching, the shoots.; This is source greatest and selling and customers the benefit. 1 1rt
practically I
THE I what is of interest-to the'shippers' in ageous than the men who were our get ,
ana should have
11 ... light-proof one section of the state is of interest ducting the affairs. of state at vhf
sides from eighteen!, to twentyfourinches
ManhattanHotel fo other sections deal" fbr fnKton.
-a "square I
.,, I high. The temperature inside all the people should be demanded by :Early in May, 1818, General I
this should be about 70 degrees F.
' i all the people, alt.he railroad com son closed his campaign against 6c Toomer FertilizerCo.
The soil (or sand) should be a little Seminoles in Florida. He
._ mission should understand that Dade cant;
- - -- -- 80 To obtain

Special Attention to. this warmer temperature say. is best to par-the' county hopes the approaching to see it stand the I run completely them out broken of the their territory.power Jacksonville, .Florida
i tbe Traveling Public tially inclose the space -Miami Metropolis.CANSTIPATION. caused no more serious trouble.
a bed. I During his campaign in east ,
.J..t-across---the- square from I To obtain the shoots, corms of three the I dia. General Jackson obtained ] Agents: Waters & Carson Grocery Co.
weighing two to
MAY factory evidence that Spanish "b'i
A. C. U DepotKISSIMMEB pounds .or more are planted in a I at Pensacola were in sympathy* -

' ,. FLA. fairly warm place in very moist sandor APPENDICITIS the Indians. He promptly decided jc
soil. is
i sandy "Corm" the term CAUSE march against them and teach i
used to describe the bulb-like root of a lesson: The Spanish governor c
the plant as "tuber" ia used to describe .
west of
.. Florida learning
--. I. that of the potato. A half-and- It Pays to Be Watchful and Careful Jackson's purpose, sent him a
half mixture of sand and ordinary his invasion.
Dodson'e.Liver Tone i I. Recommended protest against
potting soil has given good results.The
protest is 'now on file among the c.ta
and Guaranteed.In .
| : corms are just covered ter- son documents in charge of the
4 mina I. b u'j4" ben. rag a* the aorta*"*a Pre nessee Historical society at ti
'Real Estate Agency. .vision must be made for keeping the "number': of 'cases it has seemed The protest was delivered-to'
shoots in total darkness from the *
''1 / that. appendicitis%has resulted fromchronic Jackson near Pensacola on May !IN.
,, M\NNNa.NaNNNNaNa....\..- time they begin to grow. Water constipation. Hence it is.wellto but it had no effect on that ,

should be-. supplied often enough to be careful and-keep the i system "In ed man., In'reply he sent a STOCKPLANERS
;; Really bought and sold. keep .the sand or. soil continuouslymoisC as good working order as possible for ory demand for the immediate .'

Houses' repted. : If .you, never'suffer''from constipationyou render of Pensacola and RESAWS. STEAK FEEDS

Taxeq; paid and Titles verIfied The 'first crop of tthoots is usually are likely lessen your liabilityto i Jackson advanced Immediately on MATCHERS SELF PEED RIP t '.

for non-residents. ready for cutting in thirty-five to forty other complications and troubles. sacola and possessed it. Two days TOWER EDGERS TRIMMERS '
after six to But that'does'not that it ia PERKINS' SHINGLE lIIIACIUNERY .
' r.. Fire .1fe and Accident In- days planting. Ftom mean er the Barrancas garrison 4
.,] ten cuttings can be made at inter- wise for you to use calomel a poison were received as prosoners of war BNOINES. to 40 .. SAWMILLS

c' c 9 surance. vals of ten to fourteen days, depending -. thatstays in The system and often sent to Havana. BOILERS. .p to 4O ... Ligat .... Herr. 1

', Indemnity Bonds. upon temperature and the size of leaves had effects behind it, even Having!, thus snatched both East SAWDUST CONVEYORS SLAB CANVEYORS

r the corms used. The shoots are cut after you may have appeared to be West Florida from the Indians GASOLINE ENGINE! fTICAM FEEDS ,

4t close to the corm, and as far as prac- benefited temporarily. As a matterof Spaniards General Jackson at LATH MILLS STAVE !lULLS ,

ticable, before the leaves begin to ex- fact calomel is exceedingly dan-I proceeded to establish a DIIISTON SA"8

1 pand. They will then usually be eightto gerous to many people government under the stars i.SHAFTING i.
SAW BIT! f.r .11 .okea 0' saw.
sixteen inches long. you. So it is just as well. not to take I stripes. Having accomplished this '

S.IIfBUROCK'i After the corim become exhausted, chances. returned to Tennessee, then his 1't l.LEIIOXESHELTING
I which is indicated by the weak growthof I'' For constipation, biliousness liver Without censuring General 4 ar.dea-mediau_ to ....t

the shoots, they are discarded.Out complaint sick headache, etc., Dod- son, the government restored !' LOG CHAINS CANT nOOK! TfNGSEVERYTiiiG

REAL ESTATE of doors in a warm region as'' son'alLiver Tone' is guaranteed by J. cola nad St. Marks to Spain, and FOIL 'Iiii.SAWMILI. .: .
i Z. Roberson who will cheerfully refund in .
: in Florida, the corms may be planted Spaniards were put
i',,, in rows in sandy soil and the shoots purchase price ((60c) instantlyto Shortly thereafter, however Write for (

rNSmURANCEExamination blanched by ridging the soil as growth you in the'event that it fails to was ceded to the United States j rues 'r Jl'

Instead of ridging the give complete satisfaction. General Jackson was made

of Titles soil progresses.boards may be used, as in blanch- Dodson's Liver Tone is a vegetable al governor. He served a little I'p. '

r.. a ing celery, but the shoots must not liquid, perfectly harmless easy to than a year and was succeeded .. ;
take and highly effective without pain the establishment of territorial
of their be a
\ at stage growth ex-
: Specialty. posed any to light for any considerable ache or gripe and' leaving no bad ernment by Wm. P. Duval as .. 1 1I

! length of time. .' after-effects. It assists nature and ernor.

CorretDondence 'Solicited. The shoots have been found to keep builds. So you up instead have of weakeningyou. been immensely In 1822 a npmber of pioneers _n_ _____ __. _.
people -
many here and decided to
in cool a meeting
- well for several days if a dry
benefited by this good rem-
1'I succulent the work of building a town. The
l As they are very
\ t place.
edy that it's worth looking
j ri however, it is i betetr that the period of your i lage was then known as the Cow -
at once. Make no mistake-ask
storage be very limited-not over twoor I a name given to it by the
Dodson's Liver Tone.
i c: e'.W.GRIFFIN four days, when avoidable. A little After perfecting an organization

.... ventilation is necessary, but as the I I incorporation unfurled the banner
I shoots soon. wilt if evaporation is too THICK, GLOSSY HAm Jacksonville in honor of

v Staple and FancyGROCERIES rapid a paraffined paper should be FREE: FROM DAHDBUFTGirls Jackson who had made it possible I 111 '

used in wrppping and a slight openingleft. I I white men to live here. i hI t A' r ,r..x I
When the Confederate soldiers
Try Itl! Hair' gate soft fluffy and
Sometimes, when the shoots are to bottle their friends meet here-tfor the I
beautiful-Get a 25 cent iI
Jn ;, be kept for only a day or two before of Dandorlne. I I ty-fourth annual reunion Jack aov Z ,

using!, it may be advisable to wrap I will impress them with all the force i .. .t
first in wet paper and then with para- ', Andrew Jackson. It is now a
",, Free Delivery to all Parts ffined 'paper, especially if the place If you care for heavy hair that glis progressive city of 85,00,0
tens with beauty and Is radiant with
I where they are to be kept is not quite one of the thriving business b
of tbe CTtyECGERSGLUESS cool -dnough. life; has an Incomparable softness and of the New South. Its varied
Is fluffy and lustrous try Danderlne.I Carve .
will all/who attend Your FameAND
,, Shoots Should Never be Tasted Raw. tions delight Way to
Just 'one application doubles the
I I and matter how
A special method of cooking is required reunion no large ,
beauty of hair, besides It Immediately
for blanched in your crowd be, Jacksonville will
4a --- .- . dapheen shoots may : !'I
dissolves particle of .
of all."Thera .
order to destroy a slight bitterness of care
dandruff. You can not have nice
taste They should never be tasted The Favor of Each GuestBY 1
lift heavy healthyhair If you have
*? & RIEDEL raw.The 1 dandruff. This destructive scurf robs' Is one consolation about
1 following!, recipes although prepared the hair of Its lustre.. Its strength and present drama." CARVING THE MEATS'WE OFFER YOU
I with a good deal of care are "
"And what's that?
'a'COMPETENT CARPENTERSand ,, Its very life and !U: not overcome it
not considered as final and it is hop-
"When I old and
produces a feverishness and Itching of get am a For Then
ed that housewives and others. will try the scalp; "the hair roots famish, mother I don't -

r .CABINET. MAKERS modifications of them: loosen and die; then the hair falls out dren will be able to take me to a .You'll Carve the Best
""i ((1)) Cut the shoots into two-inch that will shock me"-Detroit
rant Sorely: get .2&-oent bottle of I
lengths on an abundance of boil-
Flrai.a.M'Upholaterer Employed. pqur
Daaderta from Press
ing water, add salt and boil for any drug. 'I .

'''w.l Xifcj;lJT1'i., > Oar. '$u.lneu.ii . twelve minutes; drain, pour on enough tore and,:lust try lt. & Bats, Telephone 44, No. 1/7 Broadway F
cold milk so that the shoots will be Young Altlat.-Well.: my dear ,
'wjJu%'VnuLLboNR.SEASONABLE completely covered when it boils, sea Johns Spate. 'has retired as a fire- got f 10 for that drawing. .-made In.

CHABGES'PHONIB son with salt and boil for five minutes man,In Eastport Me., alter"more than hour last night., I
"k' ; drain season with batter and fifty-six years' 'CIO' tinuoU8 service II* UU Practical vWlfe-Oh, Gerald!

4 f'\l\\ 121" " .. serve on toast, or plain. Cream sauce Is the only survivor of thirty men.whoo1netl you realize that.$10 an hoar, '

,' , .j" '* 1',.'..'.".,..' , may be used in serving, if.desired.. ( .. the4.psrtment, ( together. "in $60 or, not counting Slanda, KISSIMMCE: VALLrnE $1.50 Year ,
'" ft 0> 1 / ((2)) Instead of boiling In milk after 8"... fiI' about $20,000 a.year-utk. I II ,
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:. 0.0._ .,. . .t..0 to i.. 0.& I enterprising rural weekly I* relatively !I IIiiIIIII1IitfitfilllilllllllIMIi! ;! ;! ! ! ! !IIIIIIIIfilllllll! . i. !llll. .! rcI.
,the test printed in that-ft:, .. ol
";> :Campbell a'THE HARSH FATHER 1'40 ,adheves newspaper most strongly too I the; new . . tt ;, .' ., "Ie .".... IIUlt '
ideal It print the news that people .' ,
t '.. M. ..-*_ O are talking. about in its, .community .... ';0
t Miss Bessie Garrett well a visitor of. a By Dr.: Frank Crane In Atlanta and that.makes the readers talk about I. '<

Miss Flossi Bryant Monday; I Journal. ) the'prper. This I Ie true even if it i* I _. ._ : '\ :!IIIi"U' *
r' Mrs F. C; JBogrgess, of Ft. Ogden, a : somewhat ''commonv gossip that i* ';... ... , .. :t '" .'\\0"
Fla. is visitingher daughter, Mrs E. ...OOO .OOOOOO..OOOO t.. printed. It is'the human Interest,. you .. ., .
[ : often ;;:n. \ \\ '
de-: Uow we hear the 'expression'' Interest reader By ""' '
former "
Morrison quality.
Y our your "
> !Ii "
"My mother was such a good woman" ".. . : ,. .1" .'.
|i pot agent, for a: vacation. this,same token the metropolitan '. ) " or "My mother was the best woman. 1 foot of the list. !Ii 1'1" '! "
Peter BrowtT 'bf Loughman, 'Fla.. per* are at the 1'1 1- \ '\1'n. 1
ever' knew'or the like. '' that the i ,;" ,.. .. ...'. ,. '
.preached here la.t'Sunday. I' real "Of 'course it is natural y; o -: .' ....a."' : .
The of this is .
meaning often .
Dan Lanier -carried registration t larger the town.the, Jesi amount of: ,,1 :
"My,, mother humored'and' Indulged local i I. carried. However mere. I
ok to Klssimmee Monday., new I" : ::1" : '
me more than}>any one 'else ever did.. the.
,Timothy Lamb of Loughman was local news i I. demanded todaY '! .. ,I, '
She did .
not correct
dung Ms friends here Sunday. or restrain me. reader of the average newspaper. It ,
", Mrs. J., E. Kirkpatrick spent Tiiesy She'gave. me all and asked for noth- is true;'that the rural press with its '0' .. ; I I V .I ,. ,' ,
.. I "
in:Kissimmee '"Sh' gossipy items, looks ridiculous to the . it.
e father, on the contrary; is often . .
I city chap, but let me tell you that sucha .. : .
referred to. as a very. .harsh man, a newspaper reaches i neater to the ...,
very,just man. interest the ,, ..
ideal human than largel -, .. "
The real of this that ir '
Orange Center significance _Je- city contemporary. .' 1"
the father did not allow his sympathy, ( "

I I or affection to interfere with. his sense ..
of < Announcement ...
l>,Dear Gazette: When we are shjv- K
Perhaps on the average; the harsh !Ii"y
ring' with our little old 40 'by the father and good mother tend to coun- FOR MA TOR. ; I. ...." .
ermometer and saying, "alftt it teract each other and All work out I d lli!
I can-f
hereby announce myself "
a* a '
Id that is for t ' I / '
? ally ill eY .
) necessary us '
for the welfare of the child. didate for the office of Mayor of KisBlmntee : .
i' do to become comfortably warm" For both the "goodness" of the subject, of course, to the .
to take of the tarp dallies
up one mother and the "harshness" of the action of the Democratic white 'pritnary $
d read of the real winter weather ,
.are injurious. < .
H. R.
ro! a out the north. Our northern Constant codling and constant severity t. MAY.i. ? !'
sit \ what these cold winds
know are equally efficacious. in spoiling FOR MAYOR.I "
*e and can the more fully appreciate
the child.
pur mild winters. Upon their return !The !good mother says: hereby for ,the announce office of myself, Mayor arf of a candidate Kis- : George Blackstone<< Irving a:' lecturer of national ,
i their homes Jn! the spring, and have "Willie doesn't want to get his lessons almmee, subject'the action of the : ;

hear from over Cold again, they the should stories be of auto-suffering tonight.' Let him" go to bed. I white primary, and ask the support reputation and "BetterTownPromoter" by profession
will get them for him. of. the white voter. ,
natiC! boosters for Florida climate.: "You need not do the dishes, DDr "
1 This little cool has the effectf *' D. R. BLENIS. has written book called "My Town the' : ,
snap thy;: Mama will do them for you. a message .
retarding the growth of some of You may go over and play with An FORM': YOR. I '
ur garden stuff, but there is nothing nie." .. At the of which he states is "Buy at Home." The '
earnest solicitation of
my ,
the old "blue stove" for
kmg' on ,
She works for her children, stays at ,! .

ire.hat will, as have we know to shed that our in coats.a few days they home may for them have, wears new, engages old clothes in that menial many a friends candidate I hereby for mayor announce, subject myself to- Springfield [Mass] board awarded Mr. ,Irving '!x1 ? ,

J.'J. Keen and T. H, brought the primary, and solicit your vote and '
Ron '
toil that they may have schoolingand support. GEO. F. PARKER. a prize of $500 for the best f fan submitted for = ?
a fine string of.bass and catfish aew amusement, and altogether effaces > promoting tl', : ,

rest days_ of town.alorom: Some one of of the the lakes cats She herself becomes for old their, bent sake.and faded, FOR MEMBER OF CITY COUNCIL.I the i interests of their city. He has studied 'the "j ';' !
hereby announce myself ,
as a can- .
'sighed J .0. Fries eight, pounds.our county surveyor, and before of weeds her and time forgotten goes to "the faces..portion didate for member of city council, to subject In this country and abroad. Consequently he : "
be voted for at the white primary to 'I
aid Orange Center a visit taut Satur-
She is cheated of her life and

|ay.are He going was here to have on road good business roads to glad Shy to loses be. her children after own a while be held March 7th, 1914.G.. F.. KRIBBS. I knows what he is "writing about, and the following .

ftom and all around us. by her to hold ttfbm. make advertisement for the
very passion CITY COUNCIL quotations a strong BuyingatHome -
_Irs. T. H. Keen visited friends and ,, Her motive ill very noble. Her I hereby announce myself as a can- -
latives in Kissitnfnee Saturday. and method Is extremely foolish, for it is didate for member of the city council movement

Sunday, not only: her duty to love her childrenbut subject to ,the action of the white : I ..
Gus Fechnor of Dallas, Texas, wasn it is her duty to have Dense ROMA i

Orange Center's Center visitor first loss this from enough "to develop in them the same primary. THOMAS. I "Every citizen of a community, farmer1, laboring man, profes- '
occurred Monday morning The alarm nobility To this of end soul a she certain has amount herself. of denial FOR I MEMBER OF CITY COUNCIL. sional man---each and all owe a heavy debt to their town. AIM !Ii ,
hereby announce myself as a can M
was sounded about 1.2JO:: a. m. The together too citizens objects bf charity from their fellow
and firmness are necessary didate for member of the city council, many arc !sir'f"
Keene with two
of E. J ,
store kdjoining buildings, both belonging to >She of hhould the stern have father.some of the qualities i- subject. (o.the action of A"the A.white TANO.primary ; citizens in accepting community prosperity and. enjoyments with !yfiy

r. H Keen, one of which waif occupied $o he also should learn somethingof I ; out giving value received." !Iiy

T. Stewart Mr. Keen, burned and to the the other ground by the (good mother I FOR MARSHAL AND TAX COL- ; "A resident of a town should. always patronize that business in A, w
It will not do to feed the child LECTOR. .
Very little of the content were saved, such rough medicine as this: upon I hereby announce myself as a candidate x; his community, the owner of which resides there, in preference to ..y'

owing to the fierceness of the fire. The "No; get your lessons yourself. 11 for re-election to the office of that business, the owner of which resides out of town. This prln'i t, .
stock of goods of E. J. was en- "
[ had Marshal and Tax Collector
of Kissimmee
get mine by myself .;
tirely destroyed. "No; you cannot go out. Don't say subject, of course, to the actionof I ciple applies to every line of business. f

I[ Buildings insured and contents This entails were. a serious only- another word. When I say 'No' I the white primary. If again hon "So widespread 'is the principle of Home investment that,the .
partially "
mean it. ored with the office, I will do in the
loss to Orange Center. The gentleMan The child doubtless needs to learn future as I have done in the past, per- German Empire has organized a crusade against_ American bonds 'V) I "

who owned the buildings will have do obedience and order, but he also needs form the duties and obey the laws. to urging that home interests need. all local capital. The general J, t.
decided they
not yet what
love and tenderness. the best of my ability. of the International Harvester told tho ' !l{
the buildings. Company writer
[about replacing The fact is, therefore, that no man FLOYD TISON. manager :
\ Sixty-two ornamental trees allgood have, can be ideally just unless he has in I that it is more difficult to introduce their products in Germany l' '.i.
[been placed in the park, him the spirit of the woman, and no FOR MARSHALL AND TAX COG
than in other nation. When nation acts this it not significant ;
know '
thrifty trees, that hardly they woman can be wholesomely good unless LECTOR.In any a way is !Ii' J'

(hale been transplanted. she has something of the spiritof announcing myself a candidate lesson for towns ?" !Ii 'il

man, before the city white primary for the
Happily married people grow more office of marshal and tax collector of ffi f'
Yes it is lesson for this =
and more alike each other, subtly Kissimmee, I desire to say that if SfiHi a significant very community. :
Ir Apopka ,II form each other. No institution for elected I will fill the position without : "

the development of the child has ever fear qr favor toward any class of citizens 'lI.
been discovered than such a family.. and will uphold the law in every '
No greater loss can come to a chIld'slife instance, having no enemies to :1
j The cold wave that swept the country than to be deprived of that ideal punish or friends to.8e"e.FRANK ..........." ...... ...... ."..........".to .......... ... .to to to.... .. ,, k
this week
first of never '
the part
environment of fatherhood and moth
[affected growing vegetables in erhood. -W. PITTMAN. S : :

Tomatoes in bloom in the i Fortunately, most of us,. when we FOR MARSHAL. AND '
are open grow up, learn, looking back, to interpret TAX COLLECTOR ( .
ardens here just a* though there justly the harshness of father I: fiI .< 'H. C. STANFORD COMPANY . RULL BASS ':. .' t .
hereby announce myself ,. .
weather and below a* a '
_fin ad the been northern no zero and middle states. and the goodness of mother. candidate; for .the office of marshal Dry Good, dotkbf aid .SUes, ,'. .' ,,'' ,,\. &,-;'*,". \..'.. MARKET'AlU' ' ' ', 01
and tax' collector Of the city of Kis FwBiskiif aid Nod... 'N: . Freak Meats .1'Af 'Klaie ', I
The Newt office here is publishing I .''r'L. .: ' :.\\...4 ; ,,' ,
mm. telephone' directory of"this city PUTTING THEM IN. 'simmee, subject to the 'white pri : ,,,''i"'<> -; :.3; ,, (I.\f. \: ". '\VI".I"( ". ..''c''I.' V.\ ,,, 1if J.1'tf ""."..'..I, "< .
" '. .1. '
I ,, ,, J ''' ,
which will be off the press in a fewdays. mary. If elected to this responsible . .. ; .- / :""". J" ',.", .'.-." '.'; ,' ..."' -, I'.
(' Bob Holly is the nan whx/put the position, I promise the people of this '.,. .
BTTQuite a number of real estate deals I "sand" in Sanford,-DeLand News. city, where I have lived for twenty- !Ii
ve been made here within the past I And Sanford put the "sell" in cel- ve years, a strict attention to duty CLARK & MEIKLEJON Yi .
few days by the American Realty ery.-Tampa Tribune. land a faithful, honest and consclent- '
[ They always strive to pleasetheir And feeling facetious we might add enforcement of the laws !Ii' !Ii
customers by selling them just that Stovall put the "pa' 'in Tampaand pd. J. J. DANN. y; DUTTON-HARRIS CO.. Real Estate '\
[ -
Codrington put the "D-n" ir. i
I what they want. '"
"The Hoodoo" is the title of a play DeLand.-Sanford Herald. FOR MARSHAL ANDTAX !Ii 106 Broadway ,..'I'Ii 5'
l tAt be Friday night here by the And Mayes the "sa" in Pensacola. COLLECTOR. $_ _, 1.SHOES 1.\ viR
(Ladies Civic league. The proceeds And Brown the- "sta" in St. Augus I hereby announce myself as a can- y; y; ( ,
are to be applied to erecting a new tine.And didate for the office of marshal and
(city hall. McCreary the "gain" in Gaines- tax collector of the City of Kissimmee WATERS CARSON GROCERY <, i;,' ./

E, J. F. Briggs has his new house now ville.And subject to the action, of the ifiifi; !
(ready for the roof, and will soon be Harris the "o" in Ocala white primary. In asking the white COMPANY...
h ready to move into it. And Jordan the "go" in Punta voters of this city for their supportI '
I Mrs. Hopkins has improved her Gorda. pledge myself to faithfully performthe KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO. 'f
ppsmsees on Central avenue and First. And McBride the "ad" in Arcadia. duties of the office and to enforceall y; !ffi: Q
for tfce H.... ;
'wire And Byington the "ring' 'in 'far- laws the Everrthinf
..freet by the erection of a new on statute book to the .
lawn fence in front of her residence. pon Springs. best of my ability and without regard J. E. RaiL, Manager.Hr ....
J This adds to the appearance of the And Evans the "ear" in Clearwater.And . to whom they affect. COMPANY !Ii

[r'"fcr property.Mr. Maxim.The work was performed entown.Humphries the "den" in Brad- .1 pd. -T. S. JOHNSON. !Ifitfi N*. 9 DarI agte. ATMMffi . = .

f. \ The March term ofthe Orange And Goolsby the "chu' 'in Wau- FO'R MARSHAL AND TAX COL -! ; 'f
i criminal court convenes at Orlando chnla. LECTOR.I !:I :
f next Monday, and some of'our colored And Johnson the "chic" in Apalnch'cola. take this means of announcing my !Ii F. IL LAWSON ', '.

citizens who were recently caught in candidacy for the office of marshaland HiHi D. G. McKAY REAL ESTATEAGENCY" '
a "skin game" by the officers hero And Stoneman the "am" in Miami. tax collector of the city of Kis- Cask Star f.. ;,
will ,be up before His Honor to tell And Russell the "pa" in Palatka. simniee, subject to the will of the vot- 10 Broadway I' ,
i just how it all happened. And Hetherington the. "ke in Lake- ers at the white primary. If electedto !Ii .. t "

The American Realty company of land.And this responsible position I promiseto y; ffi; '. I
Apopka has closed the following sales Thomas the "plan" in Plant faithfully enforce all law on the ffi

Acre this week: City.Arid statute books to the best of my ability, '
The JuSton Turner !grove,just west Triplett the "kiss" in Kissim- without fear or favor toward any class

of town,.to Geo. S. Ware of South mee.And of citizens, and In this connection I HUNTER LAND CO.
Dakota:: Brown the "pie" in Fort Pierce. wish to state that all ordinances, how- ; 1"y C'liKTMBfiiiilBIW

The Myers boat larfaing on Lake And Cleveland the "me" in Fort ever they may be read, will be en- y; Real Estate .
Apopka' together with residence and Meade. forced and violators arrested. It is !i& -
'a few acres of land, to Charles Wells And Appleyard. the "has" in Tallahassee. not for me to say whether the law is -
i>t West Virginia. I good or bad-It will be my duty to !Sfi W. B. MAKINSON CO. -ifi- !Ii :
l\fI1 Stenstrom boat landing on Lake And Reese the "do" in Orlando. enforce it. On those I
grounds ask
Apopka, containing residence and a And Woods the "is" in Eustis. votes of the white men of Kissimmee.W. yt Hardware Cutlery, Beat Sopp&a W. G.iUNKasJ i:. ,t
few acres of land, to Scott H. Searleof And Law the "art" in Bartow. C. COBB. !Ii use Maduaerv. ,;
Indianapolis, Ind:; And Nason the "go" in Largo Adding Machines and Typewritersifi yiDANMS '
She Juston Turner grove, just west And Bowden the "dad" in Dade City. FOR MEMBER HOUSE OF REPRE- ; .

.f town to Mr. Emily; R.: King of And Callahan the "my" in Fort My SENTATIVES, STATE OF __
North darolina.Besides ers FLORIDA.I I"Ii
And Holderman the "man" in Man- ..::
these sales, they have'sev hereby announce myself as a can- -- .1
eral more deals pending, among which atee. didate to represent Osceola county in ;
axe,some large acreage tracts. ?, And Russell the "palm" in Pal-- the house of representatives of the DEPARTMENT STORl' I'l, q;

Mrs. Will Adams is able to be out metto.And Allyn the "so" in Sarasota. Florida legislature; subject to the action -I Dry Geed*,Ootiiar.Skoes,PnaliUm' !j '(
again after a short illness. of the democratic voters at the !Ii _
M. T. Anderson made a business But who in put the "eU" in June primary. S. J. TRIPLETT. !Ii -. Yi 5 and lOc Store r
trip to Orlando Wednesday afternoon, Dunnellon T Tampa Tribune. "" '
going over in his auto.F. FOB MEMBER OF THE HOUSE OF !m y;_ .1
H. Davis was a business vistior THE COUNTY WEEKLY REPRESENTATIVES, STATE WkIaleaae. Retail '
in Orlando on Wednesday. THE BEST: PAPER OF FLORIDA. Hiffi Plea 21 .
D. W. Clark made a business trip Being impressed with the sincerity PRENTl3Y ,

to Kissimmee Thursday. "The count weekly is the best of'the- many people throughout the !Ifi "'-!: .......*,; Orrans,. TaJUaf lfscaine<, Iti. -.,
'W.. L. Pannell has purchased the newspaper printed:'' This is what county,. wBo have urged mew: become ... .
plant, together with I James H. Callahan, editor of the Sche- a candidate for representativein $ SnIq Maces I iii ,
.AmericanwRealtyt is located, from the nectady (N. Y.). Union-Star, told the the lower house of the legislature, << ;
company, and will students in journalism at*1 New! York and also being ambitious to serve the S t
continue to operate ti at the same old university. People who think that city! people among whom I have been reared .

stand. j dailies are pushing country ,weeklies l. I'hereby, announce myself: as '
J I to the wall want to rub their eye and candidate for the position of representative ,
Miss Eda Ek of Brockton lays claim 1 take a second look. Speaking on "The from Osceola county in the rt .
to the shortest name in the United Survival of the Fittest inNewspaper lower house of the legislature subject 1 AN h
' States. In Paris some years ago was Making," Editor Callahan defended to the nomination at the June primary.. .\

a cafe kept by Mme. Theresa O. the country weeklies,as follow: "The ., tI".: PAT OHNSTO ./ - _'WRfi YifiYiYl! nJIifiIiYiYifiYiYiI. .! !-r ,__9 !

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p ZIP' .+

"n PA-GI. 'J%. ..
," THE, '-.
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ti, tile .., .taW;, of fruit world, 'are at . FRIDAY, MARCH g, 191J

y 'J MAil. NOW |the head of -uto both
Rants'the Atlantic antGDlf and your inhab- G.A.Re'MATST..CLOUD[ l' I

are a. Elsie peorj aa the earth .
't'Ontaine-t.h.... thing can't keep your .
.. towii from becoming a Net" city; and .
,. .DELlVfRED'i the mad who
invert hu money: horf!
i make IN> tnlntak.
I' "Rut I f_J '
if ,,1 had a right to 'Great
1-calV. this *t't*. partly home anyhow," Sla'ughter'.Sale !

I.\ : CARRIERS' !I rontinued the doctor. "for my .tt'p.

], J.cktanrdle father" operated'*M*Tampa elage line prior between to the I APRIL 14- 15' ,

flft4 l war, and many. thetimrc
..,. j 1 Use .
here him X.4t 'Of the (ixidonU of his .
------ -
Inn -bvlw*** tloee.. at that time, little It

Sam Lupfer Geo Gardner $ar.s' hat na .Iwo of( the flout h'.." Elaborate
. gttateet cities:; Inothor paasinR through Preparations Are
J"i" em.et1le, the day) I could l not .AT TaE::

Geo Millard help but think anal the +fl>ct would",
he ,o, nvy stepfather if 'he rouM ne- Being Made.---

.... Yfirn" trt.1'II' the ether. '.borexe _, .., == .
-- =- "
nine M tMOO c \ -
Mn-story hUlld' .
n rswhnrc GREATER
', IiG' .\s, WORK .TrESt AY ') WRJSG. :\: In hir dad weir I Jog'l"ahll1", ""f.\ KNTEKTAIN I .THE THOUSANDS NEW YORK STORE
Tt>f dnrtta wH :rMha .
Ll'PFKK-:: THK Rl SI.NESS hlj to St11O,WI 1.1. ASSEMBLE IN
Tame his decor
home her. .> he is. !he ,
: "C' snnahalling appeals lo l him ANNUAL REUNION[ IN .
.. IN SOUTH AND MILLARD a.. s pleausnt, < THE: WON hEn .

., IN SOl Tit partmm.IUPFER CITY. I

SECTION: -CITY. OK' DID NOT made Elaborate for the preparation annual- state arc encampnonfof being-./ Begins'e Saturday March 7 8:00: A.M.SHARP.

.... ..... the 1.. A. R.. which will 'he ,
' '
When Frank .. "' 'U'.L.' '' held ,
Van.\gnrM as *j"- at St. Cloud Ap'iJ.u ll und 1C. ,
\' pointed postmaster of Kismmfiw ("ommittets have been appointed and + ,
'; something over four years age one of l' ,: : MOTI. tllMKSIKIl: Ill it I if expected that fully 5,0)0) guests I of
\ hi* first a'tII.." to find out what BOTH THE: PROSECI 1IONAM will. be there.
". mode of proreedjre, to pursure to have : > Tin IHnSOI':: : The Woman's. Relief Corps, Klinina This Great Slaughter
mail delivered by (carrier in this city C. Wc'.tcott, department president Sale is a record breaker

L and fUr acquainting himself with. \ 'III have its eal 'Iuarter" at the new to the trade. It's
the details of such prooeedurc, shucked Owing to the var'ious other counterattractions St. (Cloud hotel as will also William arranged under
;, .. his coat, rolled up his sleeve and the "Mock! Trial" held at I JSiggins, department commander of new manage- .
. began hammering away at the job. Pastime' theater last evening WHS not I the e.! A. R. Among the distinguished ment and its system is absolute of strict
But like all big bodies, the government as largely attended as it otherwisewouiJUhave guests expected will be Mrs. Ida '
'. moves slow, and although Mr. i been. Those who did attend 1 McBride national president W. R. C.S'I The merchandise is marked in }
! !, liuwever
Vans Agnew never for a day "laid enjoyed mi evening o f 'of I Indianapolis. plain figures and
tiown" in hiH.... oflTrti_.. _..Hi. h.. uua.. _.. ........ .....;....a... I i ir j rare fun and merriment. KisFimmee had the honor II will be able
aged to feel the result n. n.of his"'hard" and, The' victim. ... wus. _. !.S.:. .t*. .I>."i.'iii-< .*.*,'IIU._ vtars HITV e. -., "".f!.v. iiMiiiiiriK."-,"- .1.mem1_.,. four oiu-IJ anyone to see its prices and judge the
persistent work luring his tenure as was charged with puiloming:' one rod I RoJdll'n. and the occasion will values
, ;J postmaster though he curried the I rooster from N C. Iii,yen, ill the memory of oui, /people through remain i great we are offering here. Come and

matter to the extent of having the I/ewiN O'Hryan acted n.- stale Httoi ]nil time us it ass the i order issued l hy the department| ( before t f fl 'niy' and! the defenseM *. handled the friendship/ and 1 brotheil" I) love Slaughter. Prices and tell friends '
Jim term expired. |>y ( 0101",1e": tun. Regular tween the your
wearer of the blue he.//
3 After all details hud been lunjfed/ officers, were in (follows,: the gray that t for so manyeajs had about it. Bring them all with and do
1 the order came to hold an examination 'Clerk J. I. OxrrHtrect ; sheriff, I I.. H.igram. 'I been desired Jin.I' for \\hn-li you not leave
for earners, jind Sporrul Kxum.tner i Mild l deputy clerk Jas. John. ''on both, sides of I that lumentuMe,0 many t'ui. such great bargains by. Now
_ ., I'oulk WHK detailed for that ....rv. mon gle had laboied pass is your time to

ice. 'Several young men entered the Witiit'ONcM for the. defense were This city will give :St; .t< loud its full get your'Dry Goods
t content, hut only three puxKud --Sam Mayor J. W. Lilly Jim/ :M. I I.<-e und i support/ in enteitainiiig,/ the immense Clothing, Shoes Hats Ready-
J.upfer, George Gardner and George J. W. Sinipn6n. lot the piosecution throng that_ will lie (there on that day I to-wear Trunks : ,
Millard-and Slid'iff i( III Tam, Pat Johnston and Bags Etc. The
they begun work Tues : C. and M ue only await the program of I prices are cut in
Y. day morning. Sam I-upfer being al Stanford. work, lJ"ond ', cti lias half
1 > mapped out and
A lotted the business section, George; ; The jury was composed of C. W for 1110 I DlStf'r ini to pot busy/ / at the some things... even below. Inquire for
' "''r Gardner in north Kissimmee and CrilTin. Clay Johnson II. R. May, II. job our
a j i our Specials.
er This act on the part of the govern l beck G. I.. Sawyer, J, W. Miller. J. ji 444fifi44 44 .* fi--> .> -:- <.* i H will surely'surprise
ment places Kmnimniee in the class of Willhon and ( L. Hyatt. 14' 1 Remember
you. the
P first grade cities, and now the only Th- testimony was ludicrous in the .* T\LhLNJ: ; KISSIMMLK:; !\ : I Day. It begins' Sat-
v. thing lacking to make it the peer of 'xtrcnand kept; the audience in an I > AND OSCEOL \ (COM' I urday March 7th. and will
Any city in the "4'1 t? in postofficc.serv uproar, and the jury, after due deliberation fr r,.I last Ten Days Only.BE
, >'I ice is a modern building, steps for brought in verdict of not I 44fi4.4G4fi44 4 44444440 .
A; which have already l been taken tiy, the :. guilty, )hut stipulated that M! defendant 1

government! directing Special AirentSfc mutt, return! the roo ler. Kis8lmm.u.onn...._. ?,n..n',...... ."',,1:1.N",./..IMMior rOo" .oncK.
x. :. > JIoMoway to inspect. the several Kites --- I paving, $22,000 of which amount went
offered which that gentleman did HUMORS'or THE ALPS to the railroad company for freight. ON TIME AND GET THE
f" some time since and Jiis report is nbw Nearly every adventurer upon the On that basis which probably, / about I CREAM OF THE BARGAINS !n!! ;
-l on file at Washington, and it only: require I i Alps nowodayH carries a camera. It as low as it can be done, when Orlando]
1,1 action by congress to begin | is a sign of the times; people have become spends $200,000 for paving, there will

' :. work on the building. I obsessed with the importance of be a freight bill of about 74,000( and r
realities and the
camera is the only when Orange
ti V** ('' ,possible agent 'to enable you to show ].jnillion dollars county for brick puts up half a

J. f. O'BfRRY BUYSAULTMAN realities to your friends. It is not railroads will get roads, the
something like
,* much use to tell them about some $185,000 for freight bills says the Or- The GREATER NEW YORK
strange night t. or of some curious con- lando Sentinel This is perhaps nothing STORE0r
/ nature you may have against the railroads as they haul
< met with in
your climb. You must the brick about as cheaply
______ V show It to them.A afford as they can
to, but it
staggers the
f TAKES"POSSESSION OK KISSIM- feature of the high to contemnlat th_. __ taxpayer__ __
Alps today .finir. .. 11.-
.. n .
\ i".tho. ...__ LTI mitre- iuurters -
-- --- l .,..,,. f .L', -- .nL of this
NKK AUTO COMPANY MON- ? ui wuruiieH wno earn large sum could be saved + f'+I
t I DAY OK THIS WEEK. their bread by means of the camera. if some wise head would find out how
There is an old gentleman at Grindel- to make the brick right on the ground. ADVERTISING

..t'I wald, for instance, who makes quite And inasmuch as brick and concrete DEMAND OF THE A advertising creates trade, trade
1 By the purchase of the Kissimmee a comfortable competency by standing are out of the question, for obvious DAY creates manufactures and the develop CHICHESTERSPILLSMKANli'f}
Auto company on Went Posseil ave in front of his chalet when visitors I reasons, we feel Lake county will act Suppose the advice should be trebly ment of natural products. And the 4
nue, which was consummated this laden with cameras are (coming up the I wisely by constructing her roads of I I given by the newspapers: "What you man who "makes good" must keep .....,...._1 A.a, \ ,tt
l 'week, J. f. O'bcrry adds another large side of the mountain, and blowing I sand and oil. We have everything on do not see advertised in these columns step with the times and "make bid "'.'le'' -.B. 11.-4 ..s _. \ 1
++ enterprise to his extensive holdings n. j upon a tremendous horn. I hand except the oil andmachinery.._ send for it to the mail order for trade.-Miami Metropolis. e..k..Mr.. .S.d flu Y.1..elulkV +
fJ I '.. tliia acf'1Jon. lhe Kissimmee Auto I "How very quaint!*' exclaims the I Eustis Lake Region. houses". Wouldn't it be resentcfdT m . A..r111.e11axaa, ;

company it one of the largest and II unsuspecting: tourist "The dear old i And yet this is what the absentee I. ,.... _UND.M< _..."-.A4w llXlSJfa.r,a.i......le. t
x tfr J cction of the state( but Mr. O'Berry's dear old shepherd, however, l is a Sanford Herald that the newspaper own particular Jines are concerned.
experience\ ;in ,'o.o uct ng large business ; man of sound business principles. ''He men of Orange, Seminole. Osceola, The public Is quite like a group of .. ; -
affairs will be apparent'In >us +j doesn't drag his antiquated instrument t Lake and Volusia organize an asso children, it must be reminded of everything I :. sstsstPIL
new h-jsiiats; -enterprise. about his house- for the fun of the elation the Zolfo Sjrings Truth says: it needs outside of a very* Wa NMAM A. vASnaav Tarry Awwv. y OYY TNe Dasy .0.1
; With "a eajmiity for housing f linen I I thing; neither does he perform upon I "You are on, the right track Brother limited number of articles that are NNIOCNT CNIa wA .e Oal1 tt ,
i' ;;went) to 1 lv.-unty-five ('ars't a time, it for the benefit of his flocks and,, Holly The DeSoto county organiza f necessary for the sustaining of life. HMO '
#' and! a lariathop in (connection ".n dudr i, herds for he owns none But he will | tion was formed with the vIew of All the extras-all the fancier ar

_ing__.. all ..the. ... _iccessoriet_. ..of. the busi-1 I tell you frankly, when you ask him to1'] eventually getting our I ticles in the way of groceries and dry
.1. ... neighboring ..
L. stand
n .... .
(lUltl'. still". th.... h. .1' ; .nl.nA
'" jicnn me HUIO Ualll ic will be v.cJ! pro ?<, uiwm- :"- counties tn- unit/_....- n.bll H" "U.I I wearlrir aooarel and hmiao
r i BIIU Wllll
{ vided for in this. section of the state ]'willingly pose in whatever manner I the hope that other counties would furnishings must-first attract- attention ; +.,

'f The building IK of brick, .60 hv UK you like, but you must /first pay him I form county or district organizations, through the advertisements of the Jr
feet; 'III new, and the equipment of I a couple of francs for his trouble. all to affiliate with the State Press as- firms who sell them.

t t"r the place up-to-date in everyenpict, That, old gentleman is probably the j I sociation. The DeSoto county associa- The same thing is true, too, of prac-
including several first class cars for |land known character in the Orisons, f tion has already accomplished much tically everything else that is on the
d I hire. Three .entrances to the liviiy the hero of many local tales.-- ]I'that 1: has resulted in financial, moral gelling lists and it is this truth that
v and two to the shops arc pio\idi'
,, Supplies of all' kinds. are kept in Hoc1.. December Wide World Magazine.\ ']:infancy. Whoop up local organization profit_ by. in the. persistency and extent t.
a \ir. -I'L *
O'Berry retains the services, of boys and you II be dollars and ui ineir aavertlsmg.And .
I.. G. Bourne as' manager, and undvi The icctn death reported from London cents ahead as well as establish more I so accustomed are people to be ISN'T; REQUIREDThat

the supervision of Mr. Berry the Kiseimmee i of Lady .Strathcona wife of Baron friendly relations. and a better understanding importuned to buy the things they '
Auto company will continue Strathcona the I I want, they look for You Should Have
i1 i / to cater to the and Mount Royal, high among fraternity. I advertising-they Been Accused and Exonerated j
auto traffic in
an ef pick The
up Metropolis To
ficient i commisxioner of I I expecting to Quality as a Customer
? manner. Mr. O'Berry takes ;Canada has directed I see that Here
p They something will call for
' The
the little are "agitating" that electric a I Verdict has been
over attention handed
outstanding accounts and to the amalgamation line gratification of their tastes and the down that
)a pays bills of the former /firm. I I I cares here on the Sanford to-be-built-some-day between expenditure of their
western and and
( Kissimmee, and money they
I S. B. Orlando
Aultman the Of/ -
of the Kissimmce Autq proprietor | Nevertheless, it is. notable and (' / Sentinel says "it is confidently find the opportunity in the publicity We "Sell
used Best"GIVE
fcy no means out of the company automobile IH spicuous believed that tangible results are to space by progressive Miami business -. ,
l line as he retains the Huron Stiathcona I be secured-perhaps not speedily, but men. ,
at agency is today the arbiter in due course of time! There i is Nothing in this century has so expanded -
the Carter great
y r* machine which('ar. the friction drive of Great; linjain'n power in 'the'! mystery about those "due" courses) of commerce and added to the US A TRIAL AND BE YOUR OWN JUDGE
has become a great Dominion ...f.. <.'unuln.. "'.. u.-' ,time<< -Miami . wealth of the world as the science of wi
:favorite with the drivers of cms j in all MO. inn Wile was the -- -"-' .
;t thin section, and l "first lady" of that land. I RULL
will push the sale of Her mother THE -- I BASS MARKET
THE 189
\ this celebrated cur: was a squaw Yet her distinction 304 Broadway

not exceptional; she was one of was the When the days are short and dreary, III III' Ct.lldaid' -

T a CAME ALL WAY last of a remarkable group of Indian And the nights are cold and long .II! / _. -. -
women taken UK wives And the now is deep and drifted, .
by high officials ] /h
And the ice
of the fur is thick and strong,
FROM KALAMAZOO (companies and rising to social Then I think of southern waters,

.. tt eminence and titles as the colony Dotted thick with pearly sails
? -- !I I gained imperial recognition. And the tinkle of the banjos 400

t;,, ,.' TO MATE ENJOY AND THE MEET SPLENDID THE HOSPITABLE CLIt Thus her commercial success commanded And the trill of nightingales. ACRES4

acceptance of
% the blending of There's a house-boat in the lilies
OF races fn Great Britain. We have examples I In a placid winding stream, ,

of \ KISSIMMEE.. ; here. The first delegate to And a bungalow with hammocks FOR
1c Oil _' Congress front Oregon marcied Just enticing: you to dream QUICK
Perce Iridian l a Nez And magnolias and roses SALEy.
) There are numbers of people whoclime woman and his family Framing every little nook,

> to Kissimmee?,every winter, and I I resulting holds worthily social po And the king of all the tarpons ':$ 1 1.JI .,t
summer, too, fo.r that matter becausetheir sitions today. The wader and Waiting \somewhere for my hook. ",n? -.. II I AT A
t. v' have heard of, our splendid cli- nent of financial expo. I BARGUN
jmate, the purity of our artesian water Senate of in the present Who would blow his aching Angers SAFETY FIRST J
and the open-heartedneRir of our people United States is an In' Who would rub his frosted
w < and among this number is Dr. dian-Senator Owens of Oklahoma When the sunny land of summer nose SHOULD GOVERN IN PLUMBING 1! Lying along both sides of the Orlando
s; ''.I'aul T. Butler who arrived here this and he makes At his threshold Health SeearU7--bued three mile north of public road,
Ak' good in that position-r- very glows T on unitary j.1coa KU.immee
.., week_ from. Kalamazoo... . ..Mich... u : B.oston Post. So firood-bve to howlinir- K1iy&r/lB--' u__ ----.- .-....-.. ........m... -I. .1..._ L.__ I, line at the end of the Marl] road., just across the county
J''. ;me aoctor caned at the Gax- walks t'i ---.1 -T- Brick road will be
Valley I Icy and skies: gray; note i Ie f\ndnT" running built "
>.tte ,office :yesteiday morning, being I am off for St. Augustine, I making Plumbing I one mile through the property in a few weeks.
k chaperoned by J. ''D. Woodbeck of the LAkE EXCURSION. j Or, the shores of Tampa Bay.Minna' Fixtures. For, bone protection that itconstaat
The: get our ...m..t.. '
lake Irving.
i excursion
exMichiganman have which was to $20 An Acre '

:A''t conversation told, the wnter that he ,: eflt of been the given Civic recently for the ben- Or 111 move a little further THE OLD. RELIABLE PLUMBING '

,. /had aeea na place that held put more was postponed League, but which I Down the Indian River way, SHOP. if taken within the next thirty days.
,inducement to the hometeeker or investor 'weather will on account of the Where the mocking bird ia .
ba ,
b r given next Wednes .warbling R. L. StirlingM '
or had a greatertfuture than To his mate r.
day a roundelay,' 1 .
ICUsimmee.'. "Why'said he, "here afternoon.?, March 11th. Captain Where the roses blooming S. S.
[ will leave the now:are ; J I 14 DirIIngtoaA.. GRIFFIN
!! .
>aro haTea.; fine-climate: al'can be promptly at 2 dock And the orange blMsoma swe.t- Phone 244-2 I ,
: o'clock
found on earth .oH that-will produce about p. m., returning Sunny skier and J .
', It sundown. Fare zephyr brceses. 1 "'' '' ORLANDO
.:'J' '. da.tly, 'of,.everything.known to 28 cent: for; round trip, Always,, waiting ; to FLORIDA ,
I '.. . ( : you. _greet. Q'JIII
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