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 13, 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: VID00637
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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: Kribbs and Thomas Win %__ __ &_ 1 Serve Board of Trade,

Seats In Council !

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.. For the second time in Kissimmee's I NANCIAL
history the white' voters held a primary I i END.

\ on Saturday, the 7th, to nom- I, ,
/ inate candidates; for the offices of -

mayor, clerk treasurer, marshal, two I Though the meeting had beenw.1l
I advertised, even to the .extent of the.

rrI' secretary sending pedals to the mem..

bers, requesting their presence thwsi. .
were less than twenty Monday
present -
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night when the board of trade was '

called. to order.

-Ii The special order was the report of,
the committee appointed at a previous
meeting to ascertain the cause of non.
affiliation on the part of a large num
I cirT ber of our business people with tile

I board, which) committee had reported
at the meeting two weeks
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represent the best in Kissimmee :: I be wise to change the name of the
g, business and social life, and every New City. Well Will Flow ter recent arrival from Lansing organication; second to reduce the

voter desired that they continue in Mich. due.; and third, that the impressionwas
_ ;7 j service. Other real estate firm. say they abroad that the board was run by
The following is a result of the have done a splendid business this and In the interest of the local
election: 3,500 Gallons Per Minute season, and that every indication papers.

I For Mayor. points to many sales being made in This report was considered by sec.

First Second .. this immediate locality during the tions, each: section: being thoroughly
Choice. Choice. spring and summer. dissected That part
relating to
H. R May __hun_ 186 39 CONTRACTOR. EXPECTS TO OBTAIN THAT FLOW AT A DEPTH OF ehanm.. thunanimously. namA .... ,wn.... .a.._

G. F. Parker ___ _____ 152 48 600 FEET-WELL NOW FLOWS 700 GALLONS A MINUTE AT A ;the.members saying that I.
I D. R. Blenis _____-_ ___- 54 33 DEPTH OF 400 FEET. PARSON AND WIFE I under the present nam.Out amount

For Member City Council of good had been coompllahsd.' and

G F Kribbs ___ 279 14 -- ARE POUNDED they could see no reason or excuse for'
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Roma Thomas _...._U_ 0_ 330 65 .Not that there was a shortage of cabbage, lettuce, celery, potatoes, tomatoes i I such action, and wire convinced that
II.. R. MAY. A. A. Tano --_____ ____- 38 10 water in Kissimmee, for the well bored and any other vegetable THE' j of by far tho larger part- of the people
For Marshal and Tax Collector. over two years ago flows some known. BUT POUNDING. IS DONE ion.Xia.imm..rt; ,of. tho same opia- -, .
&t. nu. rs nf the council and an execu-- thing like 400 gallons a minute, which There are hundreds' of" wells in and WITH GOOD THINGS TO EAT YLY
five commltteo: of five members Floyd Tison _____h__ 198 30 I is ample to supply the need. 'of our around -this city ;.and the flow is just ISTEADOFCLIJBS. As to the reduction of due*, tho.
F. W.
-' That never again will this city re --u 84 39 city, but our population is increasingat as great today Item all of them it membership were unanimous in beIleving I
J. J. Dann ___ ____ as that '
turn to the old custom of a free fight -- 71 43 such a rapid rate that it would be was from the first would be wise and begin
one bored
T. S. Johnson ___ __ ___ 28 on the Friday night of last ning wUh April lit Juss will '
at the general election is the universalopinion I 19 but a short time until the danger line day water was found. There is week as Rev. tile be -
of our people, for the reason W C. Cobb ___nu___ 8 8 would be reached in case of fire, and thing, it appears, as exhausting no such the Lawlsr and wife were enjoying the one dollar a month for all classes. ,

that on both occasions the primary has: For Clerk. our city council did not intend to let I supply, ...nd some that if suf comforts of their home and meditating whether he"" proprietor professional
been conducted in a quiet, orderly and I J. R Gilbert _________ 306 such a contingency arise, and two ficient number of argue wells were a bored on the goodness and badness of man or workman and after June let
dignified manner, devoidof all mudslinging For .Treasurer. month. ago let the contract for an- along the lake shore a depth of water the world, a loud, long and vociferous the initiation fee will be one dollar y.
and no hard feelings or sorea other and larger well to be bored would be knocking was heard upon the outer until that date no initiation_. fos being
I J. Z.'Roberson _______. 298 near obtained to guarantee an all- door, and on investigation ft charged. .,
are left to heal. the one now in use. was :
year water route to the Gulf and 'to
The voting was brisk from thsopening For Member Executive Committee.J. . F. Joseph Raehn of Orlando the- regardless of the rainfall. As to ocean that found that the gallery the yard and Messrs. Stanford' Thompson, and .;
H. Smith ____ ____ was half the sidewalk: was filled with May'ppolnte4'to wait the
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of polls at 8 o'clock, and h successful bidder, and as the we don't know, but we do know that peo upon ,.;
soon as
ple. At of
all G. H. Newhouse __ 244. first this saintly couple could Kissimmee and solicit I their
the candidates were up with the -, --,. machine was installed and the derrick thousands upon thousands of gallonsof
birds to tell of their superior qualities C. A. Carson.-._-._-.__._ 268 erected, began work and water are flowing from artesian not Imagine what brought such a affiliation with the board. .
S. H. Bullock __._,.,.. has crowd of people to his door. but.when i Owing to the' subjoct abort noted
for the office they sought, but not one reached wells In this immediate
W. C. Bass ._ a depth of 400 feet and obtained .vicinity. every the". w,..wi t/tM. th.t.. __. _.. <"_._ -.I being unsettled tho nnaliUnt. had d-
.knock was registered against an opponent. ,r...,.._ 269 a flow of 700 orallona a mini 'minute in. the day. _ I been---- --- - - wvi i ubfc9 uaa flayed the .
It was m>t a race-wherein.the ute but that is just one-fifth-as much This well the city is having .bored I cnetly appointed mrltt.mb.since to se- of the appointing tho chairmen :
., hand of any combination of men play- water as Mr. Raehn he will will give sufficient water to supply inspect the at the I several standing committees, -1//,
says Methodist but after
ed a part, but a general expression of FIRE DAMAGES out of the hole he is boring, although the demands of Kissimmee for ten f had parsonage, and that committee disposed of the he matter was definitely, :3.1,
: people and those who received the he to reported said barrel to be announced the follow 'T";
our expects to go to a depth of 600 feet years come, and the council displays almost and the
majority of votes are not indulging toobtan! I empty, that they were appointments, with the statement .&V
HOME that good judgment :
in any crowing over their success. OF DR. HYATT feet. flow, and possibly 700 I bored at this time in having it there to refill i it, the doors were thrown that the chalrmen- be requested to .

H. R. May, the successful candidate I I open and told to enter and 'stay as j i 1 I I name their associates and notify him,
The well is visited by scores of people long as they would. !' when he would confirm thorn as mem ,r
tendent in the mayoralty of the Kissimmee race, is the superin-j I BUILDING; DAMAGED EXTENTOF daily, and is a thing of wonder to I''LIVELY MOVEMENTS I i The raiding party had met at the hers: i'

of BT visitors whO live in regions where home of Mrs. H M. Pfann and march- Finance and Audlt.lne-J. M. Will-
one the largest $500. IS FULLY COVERED I
company artesian wells are unknown. They I ed in a body to the I son, Jr.
successful businesses in this section of i i BY INSURANCE.From stand and look and ask of the 1 IN REAL one carrying parsonage substan-I Immigration and ,
Florida. He is big oC frame, big of j I some I ESTATE a package of a I I I Commercial Ha I
most peculiar questions, and when told eial nature. The lations A. S. Nelson.
head party was a ,_
heart and his is tilled with good I'
common sense As the head of progressive I some unaccountable cause fire i! that all of this part of Florida, and plete surprise to Rev. and Mrs. com-I,,, Manufactures and New Enterprises !;
practically the entire state. i.. ler, but that did J. W. Prentis.Transportation.
and Kissimmee he was discovered between the ceilinir : nnHerlaid "'Inof! M'KAY & SEIVER MAKE part not \lessen the ,
will himself prosperous with honor and and roof of Dr. (;. L. Hyatt's residence [r with vast rivers of water that I pleasures of the evening. Mayor J. :, Railroads and Wa
acquit I have their SALES THAT REACH INTO I
on Saturday afternoon last, and be- source somewhere in Geor- W. Lilly, Rev. Lawler and others' terways-C. A. Carson.
the of all
safely guard rights our peo- fore the flames could be extinguished) gia they I,(>gin to feel shaky in the TIlE THOUSANDS. I made happy speeches during the evening I Advertlsing--J. 1)//i Woodbeck.

ple.Judge damage was done to the extent of at knees and wonder how long it will I I' Municipal lmproYementa-lf. C. "
G F. Kribbs and Roma
be before the whole state will sink I Stanford. \ ..
least $500, although the loss is If "
Thomas who will positions on fully anyone is laboring under the impression -
occupy to the bottom of
the council for the next two covered by insurance.It the pit, but when that the real estate market' Entertainment E. Swabey. "l'
years they are told that these JULIAN Chairman
streams MONTSDOCA Nelson has
'succeeding J. Emory Rush and C E. is! evident that a defective flue all the from are in Kissimmee has fallen into innocusus the announced
was the cause of the lire, as from way 100 to 1,000 feet desuetude, appointment of C. A. C.rson.and
no they
[ Yowell, are known to ran change mind,
every personin under the
surface of the W. G.
other cause' could the building have earth they for not a day out what PAINFULLY as members of tho
Kissimmee as safe, sound and ab- brighten and passes a trans WOUNDED '
solutely honest and honorable men. It possibly caught, and that fact should ida has stood up here conclude for that if Flor- fer property of considerate, value i committee on immigration and commercial ?'
untold centuries relations, and J. D.
convince our city council that a builds is made. Wood- ,
have hard
would been to find two
In this city better qualified to fill men the ing inspector is necessary to protect horn that it blows will remain on top until- the This week; McKa tl\OWII: Siever purchased I ACCIDENTALLY SHOOTS HIMSELF May beck as those his of associates C. F. Johnson the and IL R. i"1
house owners against the Erskine I on advertis "
incompetent property as
positions work by contractors. The country immediately 'surround Smith, which lies THROUGH LEFT HAND ing committee.The .
fudge Kribbs ia a lawyer of th. immediately adjoin-
highest standard, having representedhis The fire company' is again to be ing Kissimmee is most fortunate in ing, the city limits on the north and WITHUTOMATIC : business of the session being -1':;

district in Pennsylvania in the national congratulated on their good work. being directly over artesian/ streams comprises! thirty-five acres, with an PISTOL. disposed of, the president introduced ti-

I congress, and served our people They were prompt in answering the of the as purest to flow water and of such volume orange. grove of twenty acres. On'I .I.B. .G......RAIR MeNabb_ .,,_ .of..._.Salem__ '-__,_Ohio__-", I).:.
of court He has call and but for their efforts the entire a stream that will irrigate this property is the largest tree .v Di wBiuuiB 1.110 wifitvr irarv "
as judge our county pecan
an extensive practice and nothing but i,, building would have burned and I all the land put into cultivation. in this section, and the new owners Sunday morning, about 7 o'clock, that .genUemnrnade on.ofthe'noiptcommon
The cost of well Julian Montsdoca, while at his home sense talks that it has .
his lov-3 for his town foiced him to probably the adjoining tesidences boring a is exceed- say they will plant several acres in been
this I ingly small when compared with the that delicious and wealth-producing near Whittierfcpicked up an automatic I our pleasure to hear. Mr. McNabb ia 5.;'
accept position amount of good one reaps from the fruit. pistol that was lying on the mantelpiece i a member of the chainber of commerce 1i

him Roma, and Thomas everybody-everybody knows him knows to be WALKED ALL THE WAY use of the water at all seasons. It The same firm also'reports the sale and in handling it the weapon of his city and stated it was :
I i matters not whether the rains fall or of the B. A. McAdoo in some manner was discharged, the one of the most successful orp ..... ..
all inch of him. He place the
man, every is a drouth prevails, the truck ball going directly through the middleof tions In the west, that ,
gardens lake to Mrs. Clara who I frmm\iH: IIJ.HITry .-
Beeghley :
assistant cashier of the State bank came "
FROM ST. CLOUDNINE and his left hand, breaking the business and :
nad bloom professional
and is regarded as one of the best groves grow and bear, I here from Grove City, Pa.; the King' man .
j controllin the middle Salem
and as Florida is the winter vegetable place, which adjoins the McAdoo Anger. was a member and took Croat I '
business men and financiers in the I> for place, I The was so that Mr. pride in that fact. H. ,,
state. The size of his vote-leading garden the north and west, a man to John Panquith, who arrived here pain great [ told of the .
I WONDER ITY:; LASSIES is certain to reap a rich harvest who' three weeks from I I Montsdoca did not dare to make the i many things that hi. organization had .
ether the ticket ago ,
every name on -is | comes here, buys five acres of land, and the Carpenter Philadelphia I Jongtrip to this city on Sunday, but i' accomplished, not because they had a .
I place
proof of the confidence our people TTIKE TO KISSIMMEE AND a couple of If.
Monday that
bores realizing high of
a three-inch well; and cultivates miles north of the unless the rate dues for they only paid "
have in his fitnsss of city to E. G. Les- .
the as a governor: SPEND DAY SIGHT. wound received attention. serious results 'i one dollar a month, but because prae- .

city.Floyd SEEING.A _would< Tison has served Kissimmee .. i Ur <.;. i.. Hyatt to dress the hand some too
'su- the women were OR..the roll and :
'.a marshal find tax collector_ _fnr__. the____ I I doctor ,
nn nnn. in doing found worked
so, it necessary as a unit. Mr. McNabb spoke ,
pan year, and his w6rk was such that party of nine.brave. St. Cloud lassies -- to remove a of bone that in the highest terms of Kissimmee ,
our people retained him in office with filled with adventure and '
had been fractured
I by the bullet. The saying he could see nothing but
a good majority, although he had four to do something entirely out of the is now doing well future a & 4'
patient as as could I for
I our people, as
I opponents-al I men of standing and ordinary, took each a substantial lunch ". .- .be expected. T hare we had the best climate "
extensive acquaintance! Mr. Tison i.a is and started from St. Cloudearly Sat- . Mr. Montsdoca stated that he was soil, as intelligenwnd hospitable good :,\
conscientious officer, and much of urday morning and walked the entire ', ,,.. ) not familiar with automatic as could be f nel. people l'of''
pistols, on earth, to l
1 i the! credit is due him for Kissimmee' distance to Kissimmee, a little over .... and has himself / say .
.. only to blam? for the nothing of our rfty being at the headof
'being the cleanest in morals and the nine miles. They ate dinner en route, accident, but In'futuN' when to
he navigation both
attempts the Gulf and .
, freest from crime of any city in the and took the! 4 o'clock train back to to fathom the Atlantic but '
- f mysteries of fire. hat he was sorry to ,
state. their home. Wh-en seen in Kissimmee arms hell handle them with little riOte th. lack of interest
'One a year, for five years, we have they looked fresh and ruddy, and hardly ,. and our people .
more care keep the muzzle took In the board
pointed bf the
_ _ one k .I"t
: .;written of the good qualities of J. R. seemed to show any effects from at old mother earth Instead .of and onlyorganisation/
ata that could and
Gilbert and .1. Z. Roberson who have their .,
long jaunt. Those composing of
I I portion hs| anatomy. would dp more to'advance; the city's : .
held the offices of clerk and treasurer'for the party were the Misses Fleta and
interests than ,
- a longer time than some of us can Lottie Doolittle, Belle and Helena'Hughes j' D: M. Stewart and. wife'of Chattanooga could! be employed.all other means that j\ :

: remember. That they are retained Olive Ellison, Nora Shargenberger Tenn.',.were in the city yester Mr. McNabb received much .t'-'
applause :f
after and no one seeking Etta Parson Lowie -
year year Partlo and their
day on way to St. Cloud, where at the conclusion of his splen
to contest their right, is self-evidence Marguerite Chase. ....... they,will spend a few day. and then did address, and we feel satisfied I., .1
that '
: all
our people are perfectly satisfied
return to Kissimmee will -
for result
\ remain. vln good to the board.'
,: with the manner in which Rev. M. T., Bull
they pastor of the Meth. der of the season Mr. and Mrs. Stew- '
_.1 perform their duties. odist church at that little '
The executive" committee, composedof city Zolso is in the city hustling in attend- .. ar spent of Mme time her Last-winter Judge )fQ.rjlbT'and,Sheriff Ingram ,. .,/ .: r

J. H. Smith G. H. Newhouse. C A. anco' upon th.' meeting of the board .- .- . -. . .. as-guests is the Grsystonov Mr. Stewart -'"ere looking after business\matters .
president of.the Stewart
JOarson, S. H. Bollock and W. C. Baa.; of .extension tho., Methodist church.: I Ynr.BW;, LCiio'Y N,8ZBYTft&CITY; I factoring of Manu-J connected with their respective.. ,office*.:< -
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went out into the yard at ther.rear of'' high land have good stand and pros, .

1H (J RMA her store and in a few minutes heard SEEING poets are fair for a food. yield. It Is

a noise in the back room. _Returning S Impossible at the present time to determine .

< shipments will begin as ,
immediately, she savy the negroes run whjm .
out of.the front door and the drawer compared to other Reasons, ... it-will I

of the machine lying oh the floor, depend on weather conditions for the !

r: 1L OPERA empty. MEXICO' 1 next two months.
Before sh* could give the alarm :

the -negroes had made good their .. j Chase & Company's Trade Letter. :

escape, but she says-it is an >easy r Jacksonville, Fla., March 6.--Chase
,. matterfor her to identify tb.emas . Co. say: '"Weather Is cold and celery \,
HQUSE she 'paid particular attention to their! ONWHEELSSplendid is bleaching- slowly, consequently oesPAIR

look and dres The drawercon- I shipments this week'wilj' be light. The ,

tained about $50. The off !era.1Ia9'e: demaW' very heavy and the market :

'a good description of the negroes andit supply of April celery promsies to be

t ; is more than likely they' will be very short this mason and it now look ,.",

iIIBo.inedTo PublicMarch' caught, for a negro can no more help Way Showing as if the movement during': April will

returning to the scene of his crime be the lightest since; the Industry assumed -

L-' ; 27th;: than cam a hog to its wallow. Country's' Resources "The proportions.extreme cold weather in the

f, . , ..--'_ I north has interfered with business. i : o-i-8.
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t. ", ";r-- UNITED DAUGHTERS The market has been ruling strong, '

( however, and we feel sure that as soon '
r t..
as the weather moderates the demand

1z f '. i,I. PETER LADY'MINSTRELS, PAN- SOCIETY., UNDER OF OF CONFEDERACY, OPPORTUNITY OF A TRIP I I I will again be heavy and market continue - We have a few pairs of Ladies'old,
1 to .rule

, ;: AID SOCIETY OF' FOR TilE SMALL j "Shipments of grapefruit are light, and odd-sized Shoes that
I" ).. .il. ,. CHRISTIAN ELECT OFFICERS TO SERVE DUIl- I I I as the fruit is being held back on account we are go-

ING ': YEAR MRS. FEE OF.FEN of low prices which have been

[11./I {/ ,t.\: CHURCH. II.ENSUING II. SIMPSON FILLS-( S CENTS. j prevailing. Grapefruit of good qual- ing to almost give away; only. 69c pair(

J, Kiisimmee'a model playhoune EXECUTIVE'CHAIR. I ity or mostly 54s, 64s and 80s is meet
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I with sale at decided
h .' 'Thunnan Opera House-is to be The citizens of Kissimmee were ing "ready a ---;

II.' ,I: thrown open td the public on the 27th treated to a rare opportunity'on Mon- I premium.

:t. :, '. of this month and it is meet that the .4ov nnfl- TilAuHnv- l\t fhia uiftplc- flf-- witfleeing - CUT PRICE On All HIGH QUARTERED SHOESMEN'S

.; Initial performance should I be under The United Daughters of the Con-. ;; ;; an exhii.itioiyof: genuine articles -I EDISON1AN EATING.
'! the direction of a band of bur noble federacy met at the Chapter house collected from \the various uc- .

. and Christian Wednesday afternoon and elected the tio.iL of Mexico and togetherin -
.., women. ; placed
Mrs. Thomas A. Edison for
'" For months past the ladies of the following officers for the ensuing a palace car, which is now tusking speaks
.:. Aid society of the Chrinlian chuich year: a tour of the United States under herself and her famous husband as and LADIES' High Quartered Shoes. Cut 20 .
I I examples of good health and general
President -Mrs. Bessie '
$!' fr: have exerted every rffoit to bring the management of Mr. W. H. KamBuer. -
well-being founded on eating.
First Vice-Pr Mident--Mrs. Cald- : proper
their house the .
to highest
of'worship _
.y up
standard in comioit i The collection relics She does not offer their experience as 5.00 Florsheim for $4.00
-c appearance well.Second representthe -
keneral plan or working model for :
., Vice-l5resident-Mis Leit- a ,
and convenience, and to thix end have I' various agricultural, industrial and
all but she shows that it has worked
labored in and out of ner. I mineral of OK) ]Mexico also
.r' season senson products $4.50 Douglas for $3.60
MIBK marvels for them. It is simply restriction -
Corresponding Secretary .
'. giving entertainments soe.I: aid Carson. relies. from the Pompeii of Mexico, in the quantity of food. The ,
lawn /eUj, and haw X.ULII..Utheir Elizabeth Azctc! idols, handiwork of ]\fexieR.1n8
Recording 'Se'rt"tal'y-MrN. V. HT f[Edisons limit themselves each to ten $4.00 Queen for
goal, the only thing remaining Kills. I tive1l. such as-drawn. work basket ounces of food daily. The notion-orig- Quality, $3.20

: to make the building complete being weaving, blanket! weuving, feathei:
innt-pd with Mr. Edison: who has long
Trell"ur'er-Mr. N. C. Bryan. |
ew and they have been shipped work (" AM I
pews, pottery .iger painting.
I been known for his abstemiousness
:Mrs. J. W. Miller. ,
I Registrar-- I
from the these
( factory. But pews kinds *' must; be paid for, and thin performance Much busiiiesi of importance to I the I drexh l fleas! in (cases silk worms -and and certainly he fan present himself Entire stock of Winter Shoes
example of hard woik.
chapter was transacted and plans) fort as an Eighteen cut'same
J at the Thurman Opera House on | raw silk, horned toads the Armadillo,
March 27 will furnish the funds for I he enduing yen were mapped out'i! turtle ln'tl, I hours a day and Hometimsc for daysat
L a 275-pound a 400-yvur-old ,
I which refreshment a stretch is nothing unusual with
light weiewived Sale Closes March
>that 16
r monkeys
talking ,
purpose. ; parrot way.
and social | him. And he does it on ten ounces of
K a veiv session -
y The play to be presented IK "Peterz | und I other tropical) birds.Theie .
WHS held Meetings will be held> food a day, although he knows that
Pan of Minstrelsand, '
Society Lady I are laro collections- from t'n- '
the standard ration in the Unit
will be under the immediate direction monthly during the yeari such opals Mixer S peace :
i iF.K It mines, as onyx. copper -
States and British armies ill
of Miss J. Penile Rogers, who hUH j I -- -- and gold 1. one nugget of silver I I.d twen-
of bread and! for Nothing Charged These Prices
ty-eight ounces meat at
: I
N ( achieved wonderful success in staging i\ STATE GOOD -uiiil to ucigh 400 pounds and is \ alued <
Half this he declares
| a man daily. I
F' this play in other cities The (entire at $250.( !
jI will ': would make a man more fit, or at leastit I
cast be of Also
our own cfI
tianspuient glass photos '
Ii t home young ladies, and that fact i ROADS ASSOCIATION i I ;Mi-Mian people and sceneryulued at makes Mr. and Mrs. Edison HO. They ;

t i .', loner will be the means of filling every $1,000.( }() Photographs .eight and ten I I I have adhered to their ten ounces a I

i; [ ) scat in the house, for most of us have I feet in length, showing some of the I day for the last two years and Mrs. I

\ If, seen many of our young people in Veal The following call fox the annuul \\ondfiful scenery of Mexico. I II ,I Edison says that she has gained th..L'in H. C. STANFORD CO.
it. She
:j f( heavy work, and they were the equals' meeting of the Kloruta Slate' Coot; 1 1i This entire exhibit is loaded in a 'I weight by confesses
I sometimes has
she for fullness.
e.-, and in many instances the .superiors i i loads association t hH.s I been i ismed! i hv. 1' penally built Pullman palace ear and longed

4 ., of a large part of the professional actors Swrc'tmy A. I B.! 1 Dunning: \\us loaned 1 I by the government under ( "GrlldouH. how I did want to eat oneof
those old-fashioned
(; ana actresses that tour Florida. Jacksonville, I I'la.! Match !9 I. UM4 Mudolo, I the National Educational society sleep-producing
:- : It is true that it will be somewhat Editor Valley fJuzette; : i ii und National Railways of Old'', feasts; there were tunes when I am .

: :. . of a novelty to see our young ladies i| I Dear Sir: The annual irwetmg of !| :Mexico, but is managed by A meriI :' quite sure I could have eaten nine or ] o
tOO food but I did not.1She
: pounds ,
in" the role of but the us-sociution. will
minstrels we venture be held l at (>ainesville. -i Cans i -
to say the bones of Billy Emer- Fla., Thursday und Kiiday April A visit to this cur is equal to a trip goes on to say that they vary --- ;J

j' loOn and Milt Barlow would rattle inr' I \Jlth and 19th.Although : through Old Mexico. The scenery is their diet but stick!; carefully to the n,'*". unt'.rtRklnl<, transaction or"p'ratl..11 distributed to the holders of the o->io- /1.

I ti* their gravel if they could hear the 'I defeated at Tallahassee real ffnd not | quantity limit. choosing their food commonly carried on or un- ||mon stock pt rata, according to insnurnber _
moving picture .exhibiLs, carefully as to its value and outstanding and .
4 I ; Jokes cracked between Mie BO"PR last still much alive proper- '
year, we are very I but real articles which YQu can touch i ties. contrHClors. merchants without preference. >r
L 'i-'" and Miss Tambov x.- ., to say i.ot.i.rj,, I I and ready to make new plans for the and see. | commission men and agentM. aol In Any part or all of said capital atock 'K
:4 I All that she says is full of wisdom. the course of such business to draw. lay be payable either In cash In 'f
of the
; r r charming manner in which I IJdiss future welfare of Florida and the ill- The left here or
f',._ car Wednesday for I .1,1.
But it is like so much other wisdom- accept endorse acquire and soil all property, labor or services, at a Just f
I. P Interlocutor will interrogate the I provement of her roads. (/riando, where it will remain for a it cries in the or any negotiable or transferable Instruments valuation to be fixed by the Inoorpora- "
'L end ladies as to the difference between Good roads legislation providing fora few\ ays and the journey northwardwill streets and is not heed- and securities. Including tore or by the nirectors at a meeting
...1 ed. The mass of mankind will go on debentures bonds notes and bills ofexchange. I called for such .i
; a suffragette and. a suffering man. state highway commission and per- b\) taken up again. purpose.The
,, Aside from the fact that this is the manent roads for Florida will be discussed It is the purpose of the I stuffing. The best that can be done I Issued authorized and for capital stock may b. .'.'.,
management To paid At such time Ctime.
for any people is to try to direct themto purchase acquire hold. own. AS j or
f occasion of Kissimmee's modern play by practical road engineers and and '
to travel such
terms and
as far as the Dominion real food sfftn. tran.rr-p..d dispose of the upon conditions $
i.. house making its bow for public favor, builders. The need of laying a system of Canada during the coming summer ; teach them slowly, as storks bonds and other evidences tInd..htodn""R as the Board of Directors nay .\1)

.l" ; which fact will attract hundreds there, ( or network of roads in each coun- making stops at all the towns must be the case what is valuable for of any corporation doenestic S t determine. T
nourishment and what is waste. People or foreign and to issue In exchange ARTICLE IV. ,
1. ; : the" performance will be of will receive I i
the highest ty especial attention. and I
e. cities through .which they pass, eat what they are accustomed to therefor Its stocks bonds or 1 The corporation shall have sucoest,,
I class, and as-the proceeds are- to Samples of road material will be thus giving thousands' of people an eat. In India in time of famine the other obligations .Ion .by its corporate name perpetual ..,
be devoted to a most worthy cause, no on exhibition. opportunity to see the scenes of Old To acquire own. work. lease mort- I ly. and I I. to exist perpetually. ,
nan or woman who can possibly afford Florida needs permanent roads, and Mexico ;who would never perhaps witness population, accustomed to rice, will Kage convey sell and dlapose of any ) V.
Tf"b .i
not millet and ,
eat hard
grains that mines minerals ores mineral oils of The business
the corporation -
( the
expenditure ahould fail to be question is: "What is the
;i scenes were not the opportunity may be sent to prevent starvation. all kinds, mining and mineral oil shall be conducted b> a President, a
present economical kind to bujld ? offered in this rights and metalliferous lands and .
manner. They will feed them the Vice-president. Secretary :nd a Treasurer ;.
to and
: There are few cities that are so I A hearty invitation is extended to While here the car was visited by goats any Interest therein and to explore and such other officers and Ii'f'a..nt.
4 fortunate at to have as enterprising a all county commissioners to be hundreds of and get goat milk if they can. If they work. exercise develop the same and' a. may from time to time beelected
I present men, women children
to manufacture and ,
cannot will beside transport 1
they starve the or appoint and by a Board
':, ,I man a* Harry W. Thurm n. and his to confer with us. - and everyone went away-feeling: that'it bags of wheat and hard kinds of ores, metals and minerals of Directors consisting of not less ;, <.1,
grain simply
i work should be recognized in a' substantial A proposition is being considered to was well worth the small sum of because and the products thereof.To I than three nor more than seven m.m.1,
: manner by our people. This have the State Chamber of Commerce ten cents. they cannot get their accustomed establish construct, operate and ;I'ber*. Th. numb.r of Directors snail '.,,,
I last eft'ort--the Thurman House meet with rice. So there can be help to conduct turpentine farms and stills be fixed by the tockholdra la the. '
Opera us. The Valley Gazette can heartily I by-law front time to time and tse
t great populations only by large dIrection shingle mill. saw mills electric I *
-, -places Kissimmee in the front rank Respectfully yours recommend this exhibit to the public as to food. lag and power plants, tr.mwa,. "I'officer shall b* elected or appointedas
I I in *the way of furnishing adequate ,. A. B. DUNNING, as being clean moral and educationaland roads dredging and drainage plants, prescribed by. the by-law. T..
1. ' '.Florida and Secretary. should be visited by everyone who ) can do for self-help, and that age plants and systems: and to manu-I I/ except aa may otherwise b* t.
any play put on in that I -has the opportunity. seeing' it. is to heed the Edisonian facture and deal In lumber. cross ties ''prescribed by the by-laws. .. .
t p. house should be most example as The following named aball'be .
liberally patron- and naval stores of all kinds. j persona
'. MAUDLIN SENTIMENTALITY.Another abatemlouaneaa.. It i. thA ..mull ..At.... i'! the officers to conduct the -
-- Tir
acquire purchase, catch. take
I and the careful d-rl keh: hasthe buv hold atore. pack preserve sell nes of reb Company :rtnethr.offleera
; woman Mrs. Cynthia Buf-: INCREASE IN best health and the longest life. And expirt:, dispose of and distribute fish who' of sleeted election -

; THE MOThERS'SLFC1JTUR fum, has been sentenced to death for MELONS yet, as the New York Sun says "most of Jill kinds, and to generally engagen be qualified officers: of said Coinpany shall

: the murder of her husband, this timein I people will continue to consume large the fish business. I I Harry W. Thurman. President.

New York state. The murder quantities of food and drink To build buy sell equip operateami W B Maklnson Vice-President
was which
CLUB ALL OVER THE STATEABOUT own. steam ships. steam boats It. D. Porter Secretary. f
[V peculiarly atrocious, involving Infidel- they do not need and really do not salllnir vessels motor launches powerboats 'i C. A. Carson. Treasurer. .

Jtyr The instrumentality used was crave, simply because the things taste : 'and other' boats and rJ'e' .,and Harry W. Thurman. W. U. Maklnson. f
;/ that favorite medium of women, poi- good in the back of the mouth. be lined In such business , I,I R. D. Porter. C. A- Carson. Joe. I p
VENDER SPLENDID merce and navigation; and to construct I i'Thurman. Arthur K. Donegan and P.
PROGRAM son. 14,315 IN WATERMELONS. and operate .J'Jer.i..r docks. I I Iwharxes A. Van. Agnew shall b. Directors.Thn ,

t4 AT HOME OF MRS. J. E. Now will commence to sound all WHILE THERE WILL BE | NOTH't!:: OF APPLICATION FOil I... T warehouses ,; first election of Directors shallhe
LUPFER. over the land the chorus. of protest TKHS I'ATKNT AND IN'OR In connection with such business.To held on the 14th day of April A. D. '.
: against the execution of We' 1,750 ACRES IN CANTA- 1-OliATION. pursue any and all other buslnenii. 414. and thereafter the annual election ,
It I I'I a woman. LOUPES. and to do any and all other of Director shall b* held at the .'
>' i iv have as high regard for: women as I and things and to exercise any ad.1 I principal office and place of business
.; ; The Mothers' Self-Culture club met any man in existence; but We believe Notice \\m hereby nrlvcn that the un- all other powers which may be .. of the corporation on the second Tuesday -
: at the home of Mrs. J. E. Lupfer on also in- the prevention of crime and drrslftned will apply to the Governor sar\' expedient or convenient, In ,, of April In each year. If not.a .
the afternoon of the Jacksonville, Fla., March 6.-The of the State of FlorIda.. on the 26th nection .. IIh or In addition to the leKal I holiday and If a legal holiday, ,
,E .Ixtb and enjoyed in the efficacy of the death penalty in watermelon and cantaloupe acreage day of March. A. D. 1914. for r..It..rll business and businesses I then on the next sucoeedlnsr busiiiesaday. '

the following interesting program: the accomplishment of that end. planted this season is the largest acre- HOTEL COMPANY under the followIng .p. rifled which a natural her..lnbefOr"j 9
Care of proposed Charter .-.norntlon of this
the and
"Physical Child"-Mrs. We cannot perceive any good or in the Article of a I ARTICLE! VI. S S
history of the state and
age a ? ,
Bnrckhalter. Incorporating ORA YRT'ONE Ian fully do and exercise The Bald corporation shall adopt an'< r
's intelligent: reason why women who heavy increase over last season's crop, Incorporation ,a copy of which has an' :. n .ssf Reading cOb, Sleep, My Baby'III. commit the same crimes as men says the Packer. Last season there been filed In the office of the Secre befrtr mentioned either alone or In laps for, the government of It* affair, ,
.. MUdred Winn. should be exempt from the infliction were 10,928 acres in watermelons in tary of State of said Statp of Florida. comh!nation.II not Inconsistent' with It* Articles of ;:

s$ Reading "How Children Are Often of the same penalties that men receive the sections reached 'by the Atlantic W.HARRY B. MAKIN8ON.n. W. THURMAN.. I* the Intention that all the objects Incorporation tate of Florida and which the Law hy-lawa of ,.th.f_ !

1E Taught to Tell Falsehoods"-Mrs. for like offenses. It is said that Coast Line in Florida and this season .. D. PORTERC. ned and powers In this specified paragraph and shall clausescools cxcept be amended or repealed a* may be

Claude Ledbetter. the idea'of a woman being subjectedto over the different divisions of this rail- JOS.A. CARSON where expressed. In provided In Bald by-laws.
THURMAN.Articles .
A '"Influence the death penalty is of itself revolt- road there have been planted 14,316 said 1"eWwl. limited or ARTICLE VII.
Reading, of Physical ing.' It may with equal force be 1'8plfed . restricted by reference to or Inference The highest' amount of
acres an of Indebtedness)
Training Mind and Morals" increase 3,387. acres. e f laeerveratlesj adpesed ...
I on -Mrs. from the terms of any other clause of
< Lola Ingram. that the idea of a woman taking The cantaloupes acreage reached LT Charter. of Oray.t.aj. this or any other paragraph In this or: 1I at II trlmhli.'bj: : the corporationcan
... Itself shall
I Hotel .
.the life of fellow human is Coa*
All a being the Atlantic Coast Line and r. Charter but that the objects and powers not exceed the amount of
\J of the subjects were generally also and equally revolting. its tributaries The undersigned. Harry W. Thur. specified In each of the clauses of Its capital
discussed last man. W. B. Maklnson. R. D. stock authorized at such time.
and and
? much information was season was 1,070 Porter. C. this paragraph shall be regarded as
Some who desire
4 derived to the best permanently exempt season it is 1.760 increase of I A. Carson and Jos. Thurman hereby Independent objects and powers. This
as manner in which acres, an associate : The names and residence of the svb-
from themselvestogether
women for ;
capital punishment the
The [ Charter h amended from time tot
the future father and mother should contend that life for 680 acres. acreage of melons and !, purpose of becoming: Incorporated Under may law or hereafter scribing Incorporate, together with C'
i imprisonment me nil provided by now
be reared. At the next meeting, which cantaloupes reached by the Atlantic the laws of the State of Florida.I enacted. the number of shares of th" authorl. 4>
women convicted of murder would I
bea capital stock subscribed for by each,
will be held at the home of Mrs. Ing fit substitute for the gallows the Coast Line is as follows: I RTICLE I. ARTICL.F3 III. are as follows:
or I The of this
r. ram on the 20th. Mrs. Oliver of Indianapolis death chair. It is argued that con- Jacksonville district 340 acres of''he OnAYSTONB name HOTEL.Corporation COMPANY.shall The. amount of It. capital stock authorised Harry W. Thurman, KlBslmmee. Flu..

who has been a member! finement for life without hope of re- melons, Sanford to Leesburg 1,100 i I I Its principal office and place of business .. shall he two hundred thou- ton W share B. Maklnson.
Klaslmrnee Fla..
.1 f the Congress of Mothers for four release is a severer punishment than acres, Sanford to Trilby 385 acres, shall of be In the City of Klmlmmee.. rend lao thousand$100.000.00)(2.000)) dollars shares divided of Into thepar CO shares.R .
Osceola In
4 years will give an interesting talk. death. If all hope could be absolutely Kissimmee to Apopka 125 acres, 'Florida, and It shall have the power State to establish of- value one hundred (f 100.00)) doll'.rs 1 1). Porter. KlBslmmee. Fla.. 100shares.
MRS. CLAUDE LEDBETTER, removed it might be but it never is. Haines City to Sebring, 325 acres. other offices and airencles each.. one hundred thousand '
; Carson Klsslmmee.' Fla.. ICshares.
("MOnOGOOO) dollars of said stock conslstlnir -
'_ Gainesville district Jacksonville within and without the State of Flor-
? k Secretary. "While there's life ther 's Hope" and to ida. of one thousand (1,000) sharesof .
t. the records of cases in which lite imprisonment Perry 2,225 acres of melons, 150'acres ARTICLE II.The the par valuo of one hundred .los. .Thurman lCisalmm.VIa... Ie'.
4 of cantaloupes Palatka to Brooks ville j ItlOOOO dollar each shall he common .hare. P
has been
NEGRO GETS general nature of the business stock and one hundred thousand said
that the securing of such a sentence 3,980 acres of melons and 865 acres of or businesses, to be transacted by said : 1100.000.00)) dollars of said stock subscribers. have hereunto set their g,
i is always regarded as merely affording cantaloupes; Jasper to Fort Myers Company I. as follows: consisting of one thou.and '(1.000) hands and seals, this' 18th day of F b-v.
I AWAY WITH $50.00 time and an opportunity to work 4,815 acres of melons and 190 acres ofcantaloupeB'i To carry 01. the business of hotel shares of the par value of ohe hun- uary A. I). 1914. S
and dred for : Dunnellon to Wilcox 800 Inn keepers, restaurant keepers.caterers .
pardon the of the
a or shortening keepers of livery stables and preferred stock. The holders of the W. B. XKTNSON. S
2-- sentence; and they also show that in ons; High Springs to Rochelle garages. for horseless conveyancesand preferred stock shall be entitled to R l D. POUTER
t JtOBS.'MRS. REGERO'S MACHINE the great majority of cases those 575 acres of melons and 440 motor vehicles of all kinds warehouse receive when and as declared from C. A. C AH SON :
.. acres of cantaloupes. men. tobaooonlsts. dealers In the surplus or net profits of the corporation Jon THURMAN.
hopes well
are founded.The ,
'." WHILE HER BACK IS provisions barbers and hair dressers yearly dividends at the rateof
';' TURNED. greatest deterrents from the Resides this acreage reached by the news dealers and proprietors or man eight n'dI(1%>l..eron n' and I
eeT :
4 commission qf crime! would be greater Atlantic Coast Line the Ocala and jeers at theatres opera houses and no the preferred PT'VTK: OF FLORIDA
\ ----:. certainty of -convictionof the guilty Southwestern railroad'will haul the other places of public entertainment.To stock shall t>* cumulative and COUNTY OF ORCF.( II. 88BR
shall be before dividendson : KNOWN
acquire by purchase or other- payable any IT : TJiat before me.
I Last Monday two young negroes ,' and greater certainty of the suffering fruit from 400 acres of watermelons j wise own. hold. buy. sell convey exchange the common etook shall be paid or the njndprslffned Notary I'utrtc. In and -,
entered the fruit store of Mrs. Regero, of the penalty prescribed whether the and vegetables. The Live Oak, Perrrand lease mortgage, dispose of. set aside for the same period so thaiIf for the State of Florida County of
at the corner of Broadway and Darlington delinquents be men or women.Tampa Gulf railroad will handle melon trade and deal In; real estate or other for any period dividends at the rat sceols. personally appeared Harry.
oi $" ,
property personal or mixed. eight per cent ( %' ) P r annum V. Thurman. W. R Mnklnsun. R. D.
avenue and mad j small purchase T>me shipment* off 400 to 500 acres of mel- I To subdivide shall not have been paid on the preferred I'nrtrr C. A. Carson and Joe. Thur '

r ,,tendering a dollar bill in parBent. ons and 240 acres of cucumbers and and develop survey lands for purposes plat. Improve of sale stock the deficiency shall h- man to me well known and known tome '

'.. .* Mrs. Regero took the money $10.00 REWARDFor the Florida railroad off 400 acres of or otherwise and to do and performall paid before any dividend for the shall be paid to be the Individual. In and .whoubscrlbrd
set co
upon or apart ni'cnstock. their names to the ror. .
,and --nt.lnto the rears room to get the name of the person or per- melon.and 200 acres of cucumbers. 1 insist.things Improvement needful and for the develop-of In the event of any liquidation proposed Charter and acknowl- '
'h .change from the drawer in her sew. son who dug op and removed certain Weather conditions have been un- the same for residence, trade or business ''-or dissolution or winding upwhether dire that they elecutrd the same for

'Jag machine: and in doing sot was evidently cabbage palmettos or palms from my favorable for the past few weeks; as corporation.voluntary Hie or holders Involuntary of ,tho 0'the he ITS purposes BBS my therein hand I expressed.W and ofTlcla.1. seal. I

p .watd1ed by the negroes who grounds at Hammock Grove within there hajs been too much rain. Early To conduct a* general real estatesurety preferred stock shall b. entitled to be I ibald at Klsslmme. In the County and State

I ..w the drawer contained conaiderb1.'e the last day or so.. in February considerable damage was brokerage and business Insurance and agency to act and I In full both the par amount .of foresald this ntb day of February,

.aoney,; # . I 12-lt, A. E. DROUGHT. done by ebccessive.rains and in some broker or attorney In fact for asarent. their shareapd thereon the before unpaid any dIvidendsaccrued amount A Seal D.) 1114.. )(. W. SARGENT.: --.* ,

'. Mrs. R proretunHNI to the fro t case growers had to, replant.- This any persona. firms or corporations In hall b. paid to the bolder of the Notary Public. Slate of Florida. .i' 4

pl.tbe store and, gave the u.gro Half the world wastes a lot of timetrying U particularly true of crop) that were buying real or selling-personal pledging property and dealingIn or Its common stock and after the paymentto My commission expires February. IT. "" ,

their chang. when j sh ,1 1I to find out.bow the other half planted on low land" --Uelono, cants<, soc ssorie.. Its th.par holders amount of and the unpaid preferred dividends stockof :.IlS.VANS AGNEW' & S
,80D..11; : CRAWFORD.
j": "'j 'Chinking' they ,,wre goo4 ,; I lire; .oupea and cucumber on reasonably To carry on and entertain any bust- I hsrson. the remaining asset shall b* Attorneys for Inoorjwratora.:

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:!!19 r.t'M pt 1 1 '. THE' KISSIMHEE, VALLEY GAZETTE .. -

: . "-.r.L; ,. _. ... _" _'" _' .'_ '. .t ,,(9,1'.,..,

; : toric ,Interest on the beautiful St rat*" Of: eight-six' :'cent*. The' rate on ,,': - .. . "

: ALL( MEf fOUfRECORDS John' river, which bound the city of SUGGESTS; 'forty-pound 'package "1"14' ,her figured ? .
Jacksonville on the south. A boat ride t upon
op this river la worth (oming mile Washington Old rateonak1v.g,.

to enjoy.. In many respects it Is the :;table- pa "
: most wonderful body .of vatcr In .. .
t .
WILL America. It I la 'a river of. sensation, REMEDY : rate .5New P It*'IwwOcM. ft' ,Stubborn CUM' Good raratutart ars
'FOR on thirty-pound packagesas .
.r. .._IIF jri W l P. p. P. Iwiins-*( VOTMfelt
fed by never-falling springs. At point per graduation scale, 'one crate,' rp vwr quickly, wh n MIMr-sio jroa Ioa74s urwtdB
above Jacksonville it reaches a ,widthof ninetyrtwo cents,' two crate $1.68, arc tinlMi ,
five or six miles, and it doubtful three crates$ .46" The first class rate

if at any, point between Jacksonville I Washington being $3.60 per'tlOO P. 'P.-P.

. BEBROKEN, and Palatka it Is less than a mila.wide. EXPIATESWillBeN&cessaryToSliip I' pound, any .one, can figure the"rate '
The Indians called it Welaka
meanIng on Iota aggregating over 100 pounds.

In their tongue;"chain of lakes." Chicago: Old rate thirty-pound ,Make* rich, red, pure blood-cleanse*.the entire _
: -- The St. John' is nangabletorabout package ninety' cent; forty-pound II'Btem-clear the brain-strengthen* digestion nerve'
; 200 miles, and palatial steamer make package $1.20.: . '
$By y Jacksonville In Entertaining regular trip from Jacksonville to the i iI I t r'.New rate on thirty-pound package i \iA positive spedfia for Blood potoesi t

head of navigation The largest oceangoing a* per'graduation *cal*,'. 0"-_crate 'Drives out Rhemetissa and 3UWtlM ..&.; cods Malaria;'
vessels come to Jacksonville I I '' niiHty-twOTrcentsr i two"uate. $Z.68- )* a.":.wonderful* tIc and bodybuilder. "Thousand endorse it.: '
: Veterans; with paisengec and,freight from-all; '' InC rLOtSTO three crates $2.45. '

_ parts of the world.v. The traffiC'that I 'New':rate ,on forty-pound'packages, F. V,JJPPMAN cOL SAVAWNAH.GAT '
., this river brings to Jacksonville i* an '
a* per graduation scale crate
1 ,one
Important factor in its business, and '
:" EVERY: EFFORT WILL BE PUT the river itself I I. a wonderful 'and DO THIS IT,;'WILL. BE NECESSARY $1.31, twocrat.s 246. ," .., ; _ .

FORTH TO MAKE'THEM FEEL delightful revelation to the tourist TO ORGAN1ZE-SOME 100The Chicago It i*rate'easv being, to ,fllP'Ul'e$4.05 'per the I.. ., : i -.
A visit to the seashore will be an-
rate -011 shipment Its editorial column that visitor '
other delightful trip for visitor durIng aggregating more were
CITY OF the reunion' A splendid autoway PRESENT KATES. than 100 -pounds. The rites In all leaving Miami rapidly because they ALL VOTERSW1ELHA

:' A. has been built by Duval county to Atlantic case 7ft per tent, of the flrst class. "could not get legally served"-but
Beach, a distance of sometwenty B. G. Estridge of Bartow has the rate, when the' shipment aggregate It is not even possible now to lie about
miles from Jacksonville. This ia following article In the Polk County more than 100 pounds. Simply multiply the season' dullness, for Uie'tity Is "
Jacksonville Fla. March 9. The '
the-first class rate the crowded with satisfied good-looking
one of the finest ocean beaches on the Record: by weight ,
. twenty-fourth United Confederate annual Veterane reunion, Son of the of south Atlantic coast. Indeed, it is At meeting held in Ocala Febru. and deduct' 25 per,cent.; visitors and more are coming: in on

It"I Confederate Veterans and all allied pronounced by many tourists as the ary 12th of the Southern Express offlclali You will note that the rate to Chicago every train.
will be held in Jacksonville finest beach on the coast. Surf bathing and representatives from various on thirty-pound shipments of two "The suppression of the liquor traffic -
j:\11 the fishing and all the other seashore trade bodies and shippers throughout and three-crate I lot have been slight said Mr. Bean, "has gone beyond ;
Fla. May 6 7 8. Already
"public-spirited citizens ot attractions delight: the visitors. This the state, the matter of the new ly reduced, but they have more than the period of being only a moral or .
5regressive, leach is also connected with Jackson- express rates was thoroughly discussed. made .up the difference on forty-pound ethical question. It, Is now an ecolomlc -
making preparations AJVOICEIn
are ville rail and is resortin package public affairs. As such
to receive and entertain the veterans by a popular While it was shown that the system -
It is making.tremendous stride in the
t every sense. of rates now in tnrra In far ii- The'growera of Florida.
reunion. It is certainly
and all visitors at the '
north and Is coming to the fore as apolitical
i Four northeast of
t miles Jacksonville ss--com.
.j Jacksonville's ambition to break all perior to anything the expr have no kick $ ./4f: reunion records in point of attendance and reached by the electric cars, panics have ever had before, I failed the system upon which the rates arebasedbecause issue In every section. Sur. "'
11:: the visitor will find attraction that >rislng as it may seem, even In Penn l'
and entertainment and to this end ev- an to be convinced that the rates of vege- it I I. the only eystefa Selecting Cou.nty-Sc'horir
f4. I which few
% he can see in but two other places in tables whole sylvania, a
., erey energy of this thriving, modern a* a "are .materially lower upon. which any rates should be based,
city will be directed. Jacksonville is the United States. Allusion is made than the old ones," as advertised that is the milleage basis, but they ,years ago voted down a prohibitory
happy over the of doing hon- to the ostrich farm. This farm has 111 the various papers the morning aft- certainly have been made the goat amendment{ to the constitution by Commissioners
1."" '. or to the survivors of the Confederate on it 150 fine specimens of the ostrich, er the meeting.As in the change of rates and in many,nearly such 500,000 maporlty anti-saloon, there sentiment Is now .
some of them'trained to drive in harness stated the of A' strong
armies, their descendants and their system computing many Instances the rates ...- prohibi '
that of local law
; and they make horse speed. the rates is the the tive. The j the passage a option
I friends. effort will be put forth proper one, as great argument advanced
by legislature a
There are but three ostrich farms in I rates are fixed mileage basis, and by the
on a express companies is that the
,, to make them feel at home, and to en- i This will undoubtedly be I
Joy their stay in the Gateway City of the U ted States--one at Jackson- no one section is favored above an rates do not favqr one section above I certainty. I ITSELF TO THE PROVISIONS .
Florida. Hotels, boarding houses and ville, one at Little Rock, Ark., and other. That Is, New York does not en- other, and that in the long run the {followed by voting the saloon out of OF THE GENERAL ELEC.
existence from one-half to two-
the another in California Adjoining the joy any better rate than any other city : tos will be for the good of the { in
private homes will be open to reunion grow i i thirds of the counties of Pennsylvania lION LAWS OF THE
\ delegates and visitors. AU who ostrich farm is the celebrate Florida .n the same block or zone, nor does I er. It is true that we will be nabled ." -- - '
alligator farm, where all sizes and California have rates to reach markets that STATE.
will be cared for. Jacksonville's points express 1 we never have
: come
of sentiment is
preparedness and cordiality will be all ooditlons of the alligator tribe may more favorable than Florida as they been able to reach by reason of a decrease And the same sort -.--
I other of the
4'' that the veterans and their friends be seen-st eral thousand of them must pay for the mileage, but thereis in the rates, can reach them as growing in The every business part .That the county commissioners will, '

\ could desire. Her people will meet ranging in weight from six ouncesto good reason why the scale should easily and as 'cheaply as we ban New country. big ban the concerns In the June primary, be nominated by '

them at the depot, extend them the 800 pounds. The visitor sees in ono I have been so' high as to be prohibitive York or Philadelphia, provided any !are putting of tippers the and on boozers.employment Even- the people of the, county at large, is
'. hand of welcome, show them to their pen several hundred baby alligators from so many Florida points on zone t>r block in which .New York or i the opinion of prominent'democrats.
", temporary homes and look after their while in another the patriarch of the certain commodities. Philadelphia happens to be, but if the''i the "personal liberty" advocates are for Up to the year 1900 the constitution ...
I that their
comfort and pleasure while guests of flock, 250 years old, slumbers in subtropical i There is no doubt that there i is a rates to New York and Philadelphiahave realizing this "liberty" have been arguments merely a de- of the state provided that*the com-

( the city. The best that Jacksonville indolence. : groat reduction on articles of merchandise been*'made prohibitive how are !i fence of the'Greed that l is really the missioner be appointed by the gov

1 14+) can do',will not be too good for the but what we are most inter- we to be benefited? j basis of all, the rum traffic-a defense ernor. In 1900, when the primary*
. thousands of visitors who will attend ested in is very materially increasedto According to the Interstate Commerce of Gre d and the brothel and came into practice, an amndment &

, this reunion. our great eastern and western mar-. Commission the express com- I the gambling" joint, which Mr. Bean I the constitution' provided that Uu _ _

\ Jacksonville will impress the viit-' DRAINAGEASSOCIATION kets.Below I {panics have the power to use the new so tritely calls the "side partners" of commissioners be elected by the people
I ors with all the force of Andrew Jackson am giving a comparativescale rates or the old but at the meeting the saloon traffic-and they are man- of the county at large. :
of four
' for whom the city was named. In rates to our principal held in Ocala the officials absolutely i fully deserting their colors I In 1907 the primary law. was: so .
'L \. return for the valuable services rendered markets far as express shipments refused to reinstate the old rates. The Philadelphia North American I I amended as to provide that the com '

'. the state in ite Indian troubles i are They acknowledged that they had the'' is making a big fight for the passage misiaoncrs be nominated by the people-
',. by General Jackson, the city wasnamed York-Old rate on all vegetable power t6 do so, but refused for the I of the prohibitory amendment in i residing in their respective districts* .
of packages, except lettuce was reason that by the new rates they Since that time the selection of each
in his honor. From a village Pennsylvania, just as every n.fwllpa-I
::; 1,500 population a year after the close six eighty-seven cents. cents, lettuce, seventy- were losing money on account of the I per-advocate of right must do when I I district commissioner nas been ' hi*

of the war, Jacksonville has grown top mileage rate. such measures are at issue.-Miami i
.' of There is no ORGANIZEDGeorge New rates on all vegetable pack- There I, Section 63 of the Bryan primary' ,
a modern city 85,000. seems to be no help for us, as j Metropolis. '
more progressive city in the south. It ages estimated weight of which is the commission cannot take action II I act reads: 'The primary elections required .

r ki J i is throughly abreast of the times, a thirty pounds, is obtained by a gradu- without a hearing'and by the time I by this act, except as hereinOtherwiiM \
ation scale up U and including 100 I IS THE WORLD IMPROVING? nMvM' .h.fl KA "Aid.. IMaccordance
: throbbing and thriving center of trade they had a hearing our crop* will have j ;:- ; :
. .' and commerce. By reason of its location pounds which would be as follow: been marketed or fnrfoitad! hv ttu_. "Y- i I. i with the provisionsofArtide
, its railway facilities, its resource -; W. Oliver Elected One Irete, $l.OJ; .two crate, 5191 press'companies' iaree;.' -- -- I I To the average reader of newspaI 1 of Title IV, first division, of "
and its enterprise, Jacksonville' tl.ree1 '.t ItteS: ,t> cf.>.. When there are I pers\ it would seem that the world is the General Statutes of Florida"
It that there is
ri\ looms big as the Gateway of Florida "' enough packages to aggregate over seems only one way going to the bad at a rapid pace. Evil General- Election Law.
100 the rate is 75 cent. of out of the difficulty at present: The will Section 172 of the election
, and commands the trade of a vast and pounds per finds swift publicity. One crime general
/'i constantly expanding territory. .Thousands President the first class rate per 100 pound. lots.growers must organize and ship in car (give a man more notoriety than a life laws say: "A governor, the admin. ., ,
of tourists from the northern Example: The first class rate to This should be done without; the time of vritue. But the student who Istrative officers of the executive department

't. Sections of the country pass through New York is $4.10 per 100 pounds. necessity of, having to do it uDderpre.sur makes a careful discriminating analysis and the itate senators representing
Ten crates estimated weight at thirty of express rates, but since of conditions with a the odd numbered districts-
Jacksonville every fall to seek warmth P. A. VANS AGNEW AMONG THE present-day
and pleasure along the famed east LIST OF VICE-PRESIDENTS. pounds would be 300 pounds, hence the rates have become! so out'of reason view to bringing out facts will find hall bo elected at a general electionto
the rate would be and you cannot aord to'ship, in be held in A. D.
coast. All of them stop in Jackson- $4.10x300--312.30. many encouraging thing I 1898 and every
. DELEGATES CLAIM GREAT less 25 cent. which is small lots, you must C01Iperate"d four thereafter. State '
ville, spending a part of their vacation per $9.C3 or a The world 1 I. grownig wiser. The years senator -
time enjoying the many attractions GOOD WILL COME TO crate rate, in Iota that'aggregate more ship together in, car time predicted when "many shall run from the even numbered cUatricW.\

that the city and community af FLORIDA THROUGH than 100 pounds of ninety-three cent to and fro and knoweldge be Increased hall be chosen at the general election'

I, fords. This constant stream"of travel'has ORGANIZATION. per crate, the express companies.tak- + +e..+.. + p.++.++. e ," ha come. in A." D.. 1906.and every"ourreaN', ; '
better and in r advantage nf nil trmrtlnrim nt a ,. history I. thereafter., Member of the kouse of
, made Jacksonville more ,All! the great change In human
favorably known than any city on the cent;no matter w.m iL'it"tb':: re: TOURISTS DO 'NOT. WANT have, on the whole, been changed representative shall be chosen at every ,
:; Atlantic coast. Recognizing, the opportunities Bartow, Fla., .March\ 5.-A state fore, shown that there i*' an increase 4.' SALOONS. for the better. Many of the' plaguesand general election. A clerk ofthe
drainage asosciation was today of six cent crate all ; circuit court and and
for, protfiable business and organized per on I thirty- pestilences which swept away' county judge
,Investments*, new citizen. are acquired in Bartow, Sixty,delegate* were pound package ", .+ +.+. + ..'.... +': million have been banished from civ sheriff, and superintendent :of public

'every year-active,. .progressive present from different part of the Now We will take the forty-pound ilized countries. The length of" huI Instruction, and a, county surveyor"

'young men, with brain and capital, state, about fifteen cojntiesbeing, rep packages,. which ,include eggplant, .""It; i. an exploded :fallacy in these I man life has increased from 50 to 100 shall be chosen for each county in-
who Join in the work of making Jacksonville -< resented.. The meeting waa called to squash cucumbers,'etc.' days to argue that the saloon traffic' pr centThe this state by its qualified elector ,at ,

a worthy,product of the twen. order by 1on. George W. Oliver of Using the graduation scale On packages Is a business aid to a community, or I I I I world is growing In weath and said election, A. D. 1908, and every
Bartow and the first order of busi- four
tieth that the suppression of the Science year. thereafter.
, century. of forty pounds' in lots of Jell rum tradeI improving in health. Is Ihow-I I
ness was the election of a presiding la' harmful to the business life 'I A county assessor oftaxe and
than the laws of life the
Jacksonville I. a new city, and yet 100 pounds, we are given the following ing us ,
officer. On of Mean
the motion Secretary rates One resort city. This was proven by the and remedies for diseases. Many disj J county tax collector and a. county-
it is old. If one reads AntiquitiesI : crate, $1.31; two
of Trade lion. 'In
Bartow Board
of treasurer for each
!the .: experience t of Atlantic incurable have county the
of Florida, he finds that the territory -- crates, $2.46. Ten crates would be summer eases ojce) thought
". C. Bowyer, president ox the Tampa City which is the tale. and county board of public Instruction ,
admittedly We
now covered by this marvelous city 4.10400-16.40, less 25 per cent or greatest been brought under control are
was fought over nearly four hundred Board of Trade, was elected chairman i $1.23 in Iota of over 100 pounds. Thisis II pleasure resort in the world." better fed, better clothed better consisting of three member, I
years ago by the sturdy adventurers ; S. F. Sherman, secretary of the absolutely prohibitive, showing an This was one of the notable statements taught and better governed than our one frtrni each school board district to "" }
Apalachicola Chamber of Commerce, be elected from the several counties
of the sixteenth century. The early increase over the old rate of thirtysixcents made to the Metropolis Satur- ancestors were.-Pearl Chenwoeth. Wt,
l was made secretary of the meeting.An at large of this state and board '
settlements of the Florida peninsula per crate.Philadelphia. day by J. S. Bean, city editor of what a of"I I
had their and the address of welcome was given perhaps is the greatest newspaper In'' county commissioners of five member,* '1
genesis origin in religious : Old rates on all WATER IN INCH OF RAIN.
troubles experienced by theIIuguenots the delegates by T. T. Hatton whichwas vegetable the country, the Philadelphia North one from each county commissioner's'district .. \.
under Charles IX., king responded to by Secretory Sherman packages was eighty-four cents American; a statement which we'' An inch of rainfall is equivalent to elected from the several counties ; .,
? of France Jean Ribault headed the on behalf of those in attendance.. per crate; new rate on thirty-pound greatly enjoy republishing, inasmuchas 603 barrels of forty-five gallons each I at large of this state, and a justice t;
I graduation as per new scale, one crate the This of of the and a constable for
amount water peace.
the recorded to acre. iI.
Addresses same
made lion. is
the world experience
first to were by'
expedition new in would be
ninety-six cents, two crates each district ;
hauling shall be elected
of the
Miami. weighs over 113 tons. Think by
1562 for the purpose of founding a George W. Oliver, Senator 11. J. Draneof $1.76, three crates $2.58.
[ colony on what is now the east coast Lakeland, author of the state drainage Unsettled business' conditions allover it to the farms in wagons holdinga qualified electors thereof at every general -. ,
of Florida. These adventurers first law, known as Senate Bill No. 389, When there is enough packages the country were reflected here ton each I 'That seemingly' light air election. ;
'.. I landed at the mouth of the St. John'sriver lion Charles G. Elliott, formerly chief shipped to aggregate over 100 poundsthe in the earlier-days. of the winter season and cloud are. capable of handlingthis "It will, therefore, be seen," say* ''';
rate wouuld be 75 cent. of the . amount of water l is political wiseacres "that the amend-
) twenty-five miles below the of drainage investigation of the United per and immediately the liquor Interest enormous one
pMsent city of Jacksonville. Here States department of agriculture first class rate, which is $3.80. attempted to lay the blame upon of the marvels of meteorology. One ment to the old primary law in 190T

they erected a monument, but after- of Washington, D. C.; Capt. R. E. Eample: $3.80x300-$11.40, less 25 the closed saloon. A newspaper henchman inch of rain is not mach a heavy rainfall providing that the nomination of

, wards Bailed up the coast and estab- Rose, state chemist; E. Nelson Fell per cent.. which is $8.55, or a crate of the rum traffic even stated in either. county commissioner be' conned to '
districts was in conflict with the
ed a settlement at Port Royal, S.IC. of Fellsmere, and Senator Joseph II. --- --- , .. state constitution and the general
-- --- --- -- -- :
This settlement was abandoned, Humphries of Manatee county. election laws.

I after a stormy year with the Indians. I Senator Drane, Senator Cooper and
LThife adventure was headed by Lau- I Secretary Sherman were appointed a Bryan Act Provisional, j
I donner His first landing was at the committee on recommendations'and F. "As the Bryan primary act confine* '1 ,

._ [present; site of St. Augustine, but in a C. Elliott George W. Oliver and E. itself," they say, "with reference to '

{short time he sailed up the coast and Nelson Fell, a committee on organ- county commissioners, to the provi-
ntered the St. John s river. About iutionafter. which a recess was tak- sions of the general election laws, it
1 ialf way between the mouth of the St. en until; half-past one. KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO. is very plain that the commlsisoner ,
John's and the present city of Jack- On under the ne-v primary law will be
nville were nominated by the people of the
the expedition erected a fort county
made by lion. W. A. McRae, commissioner :
?- n8 named it Fort Caroline. King at largo, and ratified in the general
of agriculture of Florida, on election by' the same method. '
fhilllp II. of Spain through hatred
the subject of "What Drainage WouldDo
f. the religious faith of the Hugue for Florida." Under "The 1907 amendment to the primary S
ota, sent expedition to Florida torive Entirely Management law is held as having been void,
out the French Fort Caroline I Further addresses Were made by and while it may not affect the legal
. fell before an attack by this expediion. Mr. W. M. Whidden of Punta Gorda, ity of the acts of the commissioners ,'

The site of this old fort is but former drainage commissioner, and J. since 1907./ It is very.probable that it

I few miles below Jacksonville. His- G. Melluish, chief engineer of Peace will continue would not be wise to continue the practice
sell CASH
either for
pry is full of evidence that both the Creek drainage district. to or of selecting the members of the>
, 1 rench and Spanish brought their Practical work, on drainage by use board by the", votes -of the people of

karships. as far up the St. John's rivi. -. of dynamite Was discussed by Mr. L. on INSTALLMENT plan. We have their respective districts only."
.,.as Jacksonville. They were the Burns any-
st white men to set foot on east The committee on organization and END STOMACH TROUBlE '

orida.I resolutions made their reports which thing in the line of Furniture and House- GASESOR{ DYSPEPSlA
1.1 The territory now covered by the waft, on motion, adopted unanimou!!'ly ,

pty of Jacksonville wa also fought and the following officers were elected Pape's IMap p in- Makes Sick Sour.

; _ver> by the whites and Indians in the W.for the Oliver first of year Bartow: President George>d furnishings that you desire. Drop in and Casey Stomach Surely Feel ,( .4'
; secretary *r Fine
of the InFive Minutes.
I trly years eighteenth i,,
, treasurer, E. L. Mack of Bartow; vice- ,
was butchered by the Inns ""--'--

: at block a point in the city where- presidents; A. W., W.Gilchrist S. Jennings, Punta,Gorda Jacksonville ; E.- let us show' you what we have and learn your If what stomach you! just lie ate Lke is souring on '
nsiness now stands During the or a lump of
' viI ,Jacksonville Nelsort Fell Fell mere; S. F. Sherman lead, refusing to belch
| war was occupie4 digust, or you '
.ree times by federal troops. Therpose Kisslmmee.Ev, Apalachicola. ; P. A. Vans Agnew, our prices before buying elsewhere :: :: gas and eructate sour undigested ,

> ,of this occupation was to keep food, or have a feeling of dirtiness\ ,
e St. John's river open and to re- ry delegate.was enthusiastic a* heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad table ,
cit. the negroes for service in the to the great benefit* the state would In. mouth and stomach-headache, you i .4

i., 4eral army. While no pitched bat- derive from the drainage of. the low can get blesesd relief In five minutes.
e was fought at Jacksonville, there lands of the state. Put anend to stomach trouble forever

as much skirmishing, and this was 310 Broadway :' :-: E. 0. Garland Mgr. by getting a large fifty-cent case ef ,

tended by some loss to' both the Fed- When a fool man sees a new baby Pape's Dlapepsin from any drug-store.. .
Js and Confederates. for the first time and is too bashful You realize in five minutes how need-J i ,

: [Daring the Confederate reunion, to admit that it look like a monkey, . lefi, It i I. to suffer from indigestion,, '
tmboat excursion will carry veter- he can always get out of it gracefully dyspepsia! or any stomach disorder.--

ii i and 'visitor to these point of his- by saying. has 'a fine head. It's, the quickest surest stomach doc.1tor
. . In the world., .It's wonderful ';' ,,
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4u PALL .4. ,
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M Ball editor of the Florida Tlmes-Uti. -

:'WHAT; FLORIDA i ion'Jacksonville.;: SEN. BRYAN
is '
.- Executive'committed! Mr., Kings-

mil] Marrs, Maitland, chairman; Dr. .", I 4Oi.ACflE'S
r H. H. Mills\ state board of health, 1.
j I Tamp. vice-chairman; Mrs. -W. F. '

FLORIDASFUTURE: AMBON I niackmjan, Winter JParlc' ; George "N.Chamberlln WOULD HAVE ,
{I Daytona; Mrs. E. E. '
1 Coulaon, Brad 'ntown; Mrs George. D.

Dyer, Winter 1'arkMrs; Algernon FOR QUICK SALE
: Had.,nV Orlando; Miss Ottylla Koko- GOODS' ROADSWould ,
? SOCIETY szynska, Maitland;; Mrs. Marian.
err. Y McAdow.. Punta Gorda; S. M. Meln- '
: tyre, Altamonte"Springs; Mrs. E M. '
.\ y ---- .. Massey, Maitland; Mrs. C. H. Morse\ AT A BARGAIN: -
'Winter Park Mrs. Kirk Munroe Cocoanut ,
; -
t )Just What Next Generation Work Done At Thirteenth trove; ; Prof. Henry Nehrling Have Bond Issue of i

Gbtha; W. U. O'Neal Orlandq; W. C. Lying along both sides of the Orlando public, road, ".
Temple, Winter Park Mrs, Katherine
Wilt Make It Annual to jssion Tinpett; St. Petersburg;- Judge T, $1,000,000,000 three miles north of Kissimmee, just across the county ',"
PicUm Warlow, Orlando; Oscar E. line at the end of the Marl road. Bnclrrtead will be built

Haynard, Clearwater. running one mile through the property in a few'weeks.. .
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J' THE WILL OF THE '"SEMINOLESIN:; I PERMITTED ENGINEERING TO BE ''if taken within the next thirty days ; .


--:- INGTON.
t j 'THE HIGH; COST OF dt'II.)) LA S. S. GRIFFIN, !\;
The \thirtceillh
J. What will Florida be by the middle meeting 9f
BOR" WILL BE EXHIBITED Senator Bryan of Florida has joined -
j( : pf this Twentieth century? the Florida Audubon society was held FLORIDA''
Iy at the president's( house, Rollins cot. AT NEW ORLEANS. the numerous corps of solons who ORLANDO,
Just what the shall :
next generation bills. It
have introduced good roads
loge Winter 1'aik, Flondu, on Tues #.t
make it, and that generation will be
P day afternoon March .'{, at :'I 1 o'clock is obvious that congress before very
;,r largely what the fathers and mothers well filled "No one defends child labor nowadays long is going/ to legislate. on this sub
) of today shall make it. with spacious an enthusiastic roonjs (were of bird I ," says Owen R. Lovejoy, generalsecretary ject, Senator Bryan's bill, which differs ;

.; Some of the /greatest scientists'ilc-, lovers from Winter (Park company, Maitland, of the National Child Labor << from most of the others, is entitled ,
.clare that every man owes it, quite) ax ( Altamonte Springs, Orlando and other committee, in :peaking of the tenth 1 : $
much to his parents an to himself, places I annual Conference on child labor I "A l bill to provide for federal aid to 4:
;, whether he in a genius, a drunkard a which op.'n" today at New Orleans. 1 i /good road, 'to permit the several
a (- criminal= l insane, or an ordinarily intelligent TheM n n mil reports\ by the president "That is why we are not trying to persuade states to utilize the superior<< credit of e q
and useful citizen. l Even his. ; secretary, measurer and field i people at this conference that the United States in raising road con- SERVICE t'
impulses to aggressive/ / effort or the ugentwen- alT of an encouraging- j child labor IK bad.! Instead, we are deVoting struction funds, to aid the states in SUPERIOR }' '
Jack of them, they say, is inborn, so- ture and l vuiious helpful letters. w" .-reread l! our attention to the problem of : maintenance of roads, to establish a COURTEOUS TREATMENT 'I
.. that a person with an inheritance of from absent members of theCommittee ':law ,enforcement" for few people seem national academy of highway/ and 1 a 1:,
: good morals, a sound mind and body ( <>'IK> Bird 1'iotcction of the | to realize: that passing' a child labor I bridge engineering, and to create. a ."I
'i Jacking the inborn impulse or ambition l- )Florida Feileiation of Women's clulm. ''law does not stop ( hild I labor unlessadequate national highway/ commission. ..'il:
A brief addrei ]iltvs.I .
to self-improvement, may sink was given by I mean are taken to enforce ] Senator Bryan's hill provides: !I.I
/ II by a kind of inertia into positive useless -.I Minnie :Moore Willsuti. of Kist-iminee, I the law. Thii conference marks the.I 1. For the conHtructjjvn, improvement t r.
4' .4. if not immorality. iiullior of a well known book on the I entrance of the :National C'hild'I.abor i and maintenance of post roads, i J S,

r r ', We come into the world, not of our C"-mold,', Incliiins l with reference" tothe committee I into a wider field of {uctivi-1, military roads. or roads that are need- Connection s
I traffic unit, of Banking
;{! \ ?>1 own volition, hi.ndicappecK H harden HI aigrettes' the careby ty, namely, the study! of factory in- ] ed for interstate commerce. :|i
of Tearful )the Indians of the > iing birdsleft" I "!Je"llon mid l the administration of labor 2.: For the creation of the "United (
: responsibilitiesonu; t t.o starve in the nests by the* killingof I II 1
i lawNevr: before have we demoted | States highway fund" the secretary of I
of with inheritance of'i d tendencies
us an I
; l ; ,. with bodies predisposed, to then patents. An address Mr.of verygloat I an I'litne (conference to thc genera t| the treasury is authorized to issue and | It is a well I known fact that agood
interest was by OscarBaynard I I
given ,
of law
j J. disease, with weak and inactive sands topic enforcement"We sell bonds of the United :States> in denominations -
of ('Iearwatcc
( giving an account are letting our new exhibit, l of $20: or multiples of ]
I often bordering insanity in time is matter
I I connection
upon of his warden banking a
1 -
a ::1 form, and some of us with an ulinost for the National experiences Association, as for Bird \\ hi..h111 be shown for the<< first time that sum, payable in coin fifty years Ii | &
v I in connection( with this conference in ] from the date of issue, and to bear
( irresistible instinct to criminal action. ;
Island ( lake and at all times. :
I on Orange in exploring 1 !
New Orleans of jina.ncialwisdon
Jt ia undisputed that a large majority speak for us in regard interest at the rate of :11 I per centum,
I the M-r.
Everglades. Itaynarci has 1
't": -- of the criminal classes to the evils of child! labor. The exhibit the total amount of bonds not to exceed .
? ';)y' has sprung professional from criminal parentage! for neatly ,a pores years been a 01111I is called 1 'The High Cost of Child $1,000,000,000. The issue and with the Citizens
gent and' enthusiastic student of l"irdlife I LalicTi An account
'r and these violators. of the: law in turn I in "Floriciu, and the of hisexperiences and it proves conclusively sale not to exceed such amounts as
r ',. on their tendencies to their chil : that the every-day<< citizens of the may be necessary from time to time I
: pass was
dren. Instructive( a He most has delightful made several and United<< :States> are paying the price of to enable the treasurer of the United I Bank of Kissimmee is a depend- u
child labor
a price they can ill afford. States highway fund to the several
tr '. \. A large proportion 'of the insane! I is hundred of photographs of Florida I For those who are puzzling over the states in accordance with the provisions able asset Us facilities are modern'
i 1I \ traced to a parentage in which either hi. ids, particularly of the egret t. theibis I high cost of living, its relation to Unemployment of the act. -- &'
G i '. ; the father or the mother, or both, and other water birds, often lyingin I
and the of
j general indus- Bonds issued under authority and
;t "I; were similarly affected and it is wait for days and wading through/ trial situation this exhibit is an this act. or the income therefrom --its service prompt courteous.
? j, known that such tendencies in thee and. in order eye- '
f j swamps deep water << to .
opener. shall not be subject to taxation of any 1
p'at J t". parent are far more often than not secure /good pictures.. His acquaintance :'t,
Many noted leaders of social reformare kind for any purposes. Bonds author- Account Subject To deck Are
in the children with the habits of birds
I' : exaggerated is extraordinarily be
to in New
A Orleans for this con- ized by this section shall be first offer-
j The handicap upon the next generation intimate, and his volumeon feren e. Jane Addams of Hull\ House, ed at par as a popular loan to give opportunity -
r -. ,; '\\1 may be made heavier or lighter the egret which he is now preparing Chicago, will speak at the first session to the citizens of the United Arthur E. Donegan P. K. Weaver }
by the will of the one. Noman and which will contain reproductions this afternoon. (
present Senator Owen of Ok- States to participate in the subscrip- President. Cashier.
., can live unto himself alone No of thirty or forty of these. pictures lahoma ,
1 who introduced i in the senate tions to such loan. Any portion of I
n l. parent can live unto his own time and ., will (be one of great charm. Mr. the Palmer-Owen bill to prohibit interstate said bonds not subscribed for as ''
:; ;' generation alone. Whether he be Haynard hopes also to write a book I
commerce in the products of above provided be 'disposed of
i y weak or strong a genius or a lunatic, ultimately covering/ the life-habits of child labor will join in the discussionof by the secretary mal the treasury at 4 % I NT E R EST OIK iSAYI NGS ACCOU NTS I ,;
his influence his children will all our native biros \ \
t through that bill tomorrow evening and at not less than par.
l i' '-.t be felt for good or ill fifty or a hun- The address of Dr. Eugene Swopeof the same session Mrs. Florence Kelley The bill also provides that before .k 1
k al, .' I'Z dred years in the future. Cincinnati, who is spending the win- of the Consumers' League '}ill speak I any stats shall be entitled to take advantage "
'p b'\ The matter of individual responsibility ter in Florida as field agent for the on "Protection for American' of the provisions of this act ____ _i _ 1 bMy'
I t to the future is but little appre- Audubon society<< was full of interest. dren." Lr.y Felix Adler' Chil'j it shall establish by law a state high t;t
ciated. None of us look very far into Dr. Swope is. also. field agent of the Lovejoy, whose views are quoted way commission having general supervision t;;}
+ s the future and are influenced by what Ohio Audubon societyas well as editor above, and Prof. Frank Leavitt of the of road construction and im- .
( we find there. Sufficient unto the day I of a very interesting little magazine University of Chicago, are among the provement, which said commission II
C or generation is the evil thereof, is the "The Bluebird." lie has already many people of national reputationwho shall have general supervision! of the :
consoling excuse for disregarding the visited nearly forty towns in the state,' will be heard at these meetings. expenditure of money received from \c \ 1r-, d
k years to come by any seriously inconvenient addressing/ school children, worn- There will be reports on. actual con- the United States highway fund. ''t
\' line of conduct. en'n clubs, and the general public, and ditions of child labor in various parts I For the further aid and encourage I
'I ,f t' n Yet it is established beyond the will .spend the remainder: of the monthin of the country, but the south will receive 'ment of highway improvement the 'JANJ. ;I'r'
, reach'of argument that the relations south Florida.: Dr. Swope is thor- particular attention because of United States highway commission ,
t, ; between successive generations are intimate. oughly familiar with his subject full the Seriousness of the situation there. shall maintain in the District of Co- $''
r 1 t ,. Nature working& through the of energy- is an interesting speaker Wiley H. Swift ot North Carolina will lumbia a school for the special instruction 'c l(
j/ '!r I' ': centuries. hts evolved a higher men and has a large number of very effective ( give twq authoritative and striking'ad, in practical highway and
? : tality and .an attainment of higher slereopticon views Illustrative of dresses that will .throw light on the bridge engineering, the entrance requirements 3 ,
1 : ";' f moral standards; but It may be questioned his subject problems the child labor reformers of whwh school= shall in.. 7p
':":f' if she' has. built up the race 'In the address of the president Emphasis have to facein the south. He willVlOW elude completion of preparatorycourse
to greater degree of physical perfection was laid upon the fact that why in the very nature of in civil engineering and such I -
in the last thousand years.. All more progress. has been made during things the south tends to be slow in otehr studies as the commission shall '
( f-4 J of'nature's accomplishments have been I the past year than in many decades adopting and enforcing good child labor I specify, qualifying/ student of the 0 : ):i',".
r Ml fn h brought about through the operation, before in the matter of bird protection laws and explain the position' of practical problems of highway and c- 'O
PM' t ;, unconsciously to man, of lawn inexorl as far as legislation is. (concerned the cotton manufacturers in this mat- bridge engineering. The rules, regulations U t0 t-
fi ' '. able and., undeviating--the same laws both federal mid slate. The passageby ter. P P and curriculum of said school ( l
i ,, that have destroyed the weak and imperfect the federal congress of the law :I shall provide for instruction for two 1
r specimens in animal creation, protecting migratory and ins-ectivor-I I I years for one student from each congressional TIMECitftts >y' '

'! + : t'v and have propagated their kind from ous birds, and the clause in the tariff '|iTHE fORT MARION district, selected by competitive a .
f ; :
law prohibiting all .of examination.
's the strong and robust individuals. importation I i I I,
''I 'f' i {' It is not to be anticipated that nature birds. and! plumage, mind the passage'' Upon the admission of a .student to .'
,4 in her cycles of evolution, contrary by the last Florida legislature of lawsprotecting RESERVATION the school of highway engineeringsuch / ,4
-, $ to the education and instincts the robin, providing for a ,. student .shall be paid, as traveling -

: a i ' of civilization, is /going to wipe( ouj.from gun license, shortening the game "E'a-I I -- expenses, four cents for each mile : -' $
the human the mental 1 son, prohibiting the trapping WILLOT: BE REDUCED: IF SECRETARY of distance necessarily traveled in going -
F racqn:! baiting of birds and all 1 from his home to U.LY -_ ,
1i ficiencies nor the diseased, nor shooting at I OF WAR C"I"RE"E1'IT :'\ Washington '" ,
; f, '' criminals by of .. .1"-1 night nnd' providing for a fish andgame ,'( District of Columbia, and at the end '
,( any process ,
l each calendar month I I ,; I
' -It is not to be expected that the commission, with wardens in I pf thereafter g'
,s dividual is going to Kacrifire.voluntarily e\eiy counthow to what extent I during the continuance of .such student I I 'f.
that instinct most deeply rooted: public( opinion is awakening/ to the !' ( Winfield Jones.) I in said school he shall be paid '$50 to Growers i (TD.

.t in his bE'ing'-the the continuation desire of to the bave.his rUl'--- importance of this to all subject bird lovers.and Rivpencouragement Washington, D. C., March 10.-Secretary cover Fellmere living/ Tribune.and incidental 1 l expenses j at .:;
of War 'Garrison has
; \ because he fears to transmit to his The following officers were electedfor << the senate!< "a communication suggesting sent to- Our new Spring Citrus Hook entitled BE ON TIME is now ready. I f.t; ';

Y children the weaknesses of his own the coming year: the repeal of the provision contained : A CARD. It tells what fertilizer to use, how much, when to apply, and many [ g'i.r' ,: j
1 e body or mind. President, William F. Blackman, I in the army appropriation act I To the Public: other valuable points on grove management. '! .It. i\ 1

t There is no earthly authority superior Winter Park; secretary, Mrs. I. approved March 31, 1911, relative to I I have sold out the Kissimmee Furniture Send for and also for '
I' to that of the individual excepting Van-I the release to the city of St. Augustine / I company business to Messrs. copy our leaflets Acid Soils and Um: }I
clerpool, Maillahd
O.1\ alone that of ; treasurer, J Flood and Hendrix of Lakeland. All Its Forms and Effects.:
the state. If the I FloridU\ of a strip of land not I fiyrl' j
j 7le\ refusal of the individual or his ignorance P. Hronson, Maitlund. exceeding twenty-three feet in widthon accounts due the firm prior to March ,
f ;ff) or indifference to act for the-good Honorary vice-presidents: Ex- the north line of Fort Marion res- 7, 1914, are due and payable to the WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. ;

,'"+ of the state shall bring/ serious injury President Theodore Roosevelt, Oys. tr ervation for the purpose of undersigned, and all liabilities priorto I Manufacturers of Ideal, Fertilizers, :t: !
'I 1 to the state, either now Tfr in succeeding Buy, N. Y.; (Jov- Park TrammellTallahasscc the street formerly known as Clinch that date are assumed by me. .
:IPf' generations, i it evident that the ; K"'i': Munroe, Cocoanut street. H was referred to th com- Respectfully, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
.State must act, or known evils. will (;rove mittee on military affairs. 12-lt J. Emory Rust. L
li 41 .continue to exist and increase. Vice-presidents: Miss Maria R. ___ ,. J

?' In other words, Florida has no law Audubon, Salem N. Y.j; Otto L. Dom- Senator Fletcher has introduced a 9000 oooo o oooooo "
e ( '; that prevents the marriage of persons m\!rich. New York ; Lincoln Hulley, bill in' the senate to consolidate -
national -
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s; r with known or suspected tendencies president' of John B. Stetson university forest lands within the Florida -
M r toward insanity. She has no law DeLand ; Mrs. H. B. Whipple, II national forest and to add ot the timber -
b s t"" that limits or regulates the marriages Maitland; Frank M. Chapman; president lands included within that forest FOR SALE
+' tit of criminals. No statute forbids. the of the Audubon society of the I
the of
purchase owned
r marriage of consumptives nor of those. state of New York; Win. C. Comstock, I lands within the exterior privately limits of the D. G B. RGNINSUHIIROE H E GEHGY.

;t. ._ who have any of those diseases which Winter Park; Rt. ,Rev. Cameron Mann, Florida national forest.IOCEXT .... ... j
a the doctors disguise by long, unpronounceable D. I D., bishop. pf south Florida, Orlando An Excellent Small Home

J names to hide their disgusting ; flon. W. A. Blount, Pensacola ; for a small family, for a Successor U Arthur E. Doneg.n Agency
and sometimeshorrible feat- Mon. I. C. Massey, Orlando C. H. "CASCARETS"FOR
e ; Room No
9 Second
floor .
Those small sum of and a Citizen Bank BuildiD Phase 246
UMS. contemplating marriagehave Morse Winter Park; Dr. Theodore S. LIVER AND BOWELS money (
'K't ) j only to declare themselves to be Palmer assistant chief of the bureauof --"- small cash payment, bal- t
of responsible age, httting from the biological survey United States Department -
i Cure Sick
I ,( license clerk and even from each other of Agriculture, Washington, headache Constipation, ance small monthly payj General Insurance Business, representing the strongest and mast I'
r the fact that they are or have been I IX C.; R. W. Williams, Biliousness Sour Stomach Bad menU. Houae consists of 5 Reliable companies. "
P > t f( afflicted with some loathsome disease tive of the American Ornithologist( {' Breath-Candy Cathartic.No '

s'' which may be transmitted to thefr union., Washington, I D. C.; Willi 'ti. nice rooms, closets and pan- We will continue the Business of the Arthur E. .},
_ _ i" children; that lurking r'ry their families odds how bad try, about 60 f U, of porches Donegan Agency
i your liver stom- ; ; without change Your
t ( if not actually manifest. in them- -- patronage is re pecttully'aoUdted.. :\
ach bowels how
or much headaches excellent condition is sit .
; your in
elve.. Is the curse of insanity. soon and carefully by the thoughtful ; .. I
y ( y ti, The offspring of such marriages. is men and women of this state. how miserable you are from uated on good street; the P
Y constipation, indigestion, biliousnessand
1M + (' t,., _A r.rinte.burden charity ah increasing and: upon burden the state., upon It upon The the state people board of of Florida health a is careful urging relief sluggish with Cascarets.bowels-you always Imme-get best of neighbors; very de :J.: W. ThompsorfI/

,Y'l'' ', . 'deti the! is increasing in Klor- study and discussion through the They sirable. THE
press diately cleanse and regulate the stom- RAY STONE
": ('' Idaby"' M ratio greater: than that of and elsewhere of the question whether ach, remove the sour, fermenting1 food FUNERAL DIRECTOR {i k\\
,lhe arrow1ng population, including then Florida needs or should have revision foul / *
a and take
the bile
growth by imml atlbn. gases; excess Ask Mr. Summer I and ''ftii
of its marriage laws
( '. to work outa from the liver and -carry'oRthecon.stipat.d
-.. These are serious facts for the consideration solution of these : Iris Ul tit TIM *'
problems. If .
such waste matter icon sos,.PeDa. Dear Clrd LICENSED EMBALMER '
citizens .
i 1 pf Florida's andtaxpayera. new or revised (laws bowel
are essential, to from the Intestines and A New and
'i ( They are being studied by what extent should the state go, In 10-cent box'from your druggist will (Clyde. the tad A.... W. *f bile. for Mcond-hlUld sale from autom.U08 tc

( 1 .1 I earnest men and women in other regulating marriages among its citl- keep your liver" and bowel. clean: court >houM leading south.) a 1..000.Bawiar at OryBto" Oarap
t atatea, wbo find similar conditions everywhere tens to better the next and future) stomach sweat aril head clear 'formonths I j Stors sad A's. .
generations Chapel Stewart r
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I much pie who misapprehension are lifting up of, their facts eye by peo, toward U I AND NOW I L-L .' FLORIDA e J;

Florida would be avoided, and u _
: i i mnay persons whose 'coming here does I "
OF REAL i not prove an advantage to the state, When I hear a man or a woman delivered by hand. Flirt a little with land of our adoption. Our vine and fern hold the'wand.rleg' eye..
i would not be drawn here by the lure long for the good old times and whine! anyone who chances to pass the hearts prompt loving tribute to your in undying Interest. "Favored with &I II e
of a pen-picture paradise, says the that things are not as they used to be,, house; yawn, but not too vigorously,, gentle motherhood. On your page is I climate so rare and so beneficent that
Bradford County Telegraph. I wonder very much at the sincerity for your stays ought not to allow un- written the dark tale of those who -in many of the human ailments that, baffle , a
Boosting is necessary, and we believe of the sentiment or at the amount of ladylike breathing and then, from the long ago flew the flag of death. the skill of medical science yield to
PLEASURE in boosting, but we do not believe thought put on the comparison, says sheer ennui, accept the first proposalthat Of daring adventurers who In roman its subtle influence. The breezes laden
1 I that extravagant claims, and pic- Barbara Lee in the PhiladelphiaNorth comes your way-just for excite- tic illusion vainly soughtLhe secret of with the perfume of the fruit, flower
,JI'' turesque lying i is boosting. Florida American. The good' old days ment, you know. life. Her sunny skies and pleasant! and vine, mingled with the ozone of
'1" possesses many natural advantages -and the colonial days are far enoughin The whole point of the tale is that shores, ocean inlets and inland waters the ocean are a wine to fami.hecilll..' Y,
She has unlimited natural resources, the past to suffer'by the rating- we are essentially modern: and it were a tempting refuge to those-who an elixir, to sluggish blood. To the-
Editor Visits The Grove of! 1 and her agricultural possibilities areas were all right in their time. They would rfOT be possible for women who sailed under the black flag. Not less weak; and the, strong, the aged and\ ;,
yet undreamed of. Florida needs served their end and should be lookedat reflect the spirit of the present to be inviting to the great sailor whose the afflicted, to those burdened and.:
,, more people (of the right kind) and with toleration. But let us be truly happy in the conditions that crystallized quest so golden in promise, yet lies in are weary laden are her gifts freely
: G. F. Parker more capital. This brings us to the thankful for the distance at which we thought of other centuries. The some undiscovered world. tendered. To man'a crude appeal, the
i question of how to attract the!right can view them. philosopher Comte said that there is She comes to us as she came to response of her soil staggers the imagination -
,,'. kind of people and to interest c pitaI. To the romantically inclined the very much more of the past generations those of old, with the same kindly ( and bewilders .the comprehend ll
The first is the more important// problem : days of long ago hold enchanting pic- in us than of the present; thatis smile, tendering her,unriveled charms slon at the immensity 'of its possibilKies -
!'i, AND IN DOING SO TRAVELS and the only one we shaH-ettetnpt tures of love, the minuet, silks and true, but, nevertheless, we can never and her endless wonders. ; her unequaled t'eIOUreea. her' y..
I OVER SOME OF THE WORST I to solve at this time for the right satins, white wigs- and mignonette. forget the present, and we must remember Nature, ever lavish with her gifts, marvelous gifts have been decride-
1 ROADS THIS SIDE OF THE kind of people will produce wealth,, There are scenes in old-fashioned gardens that the ideas of today can- surely played her a favorite and left spised or pronounced mythical, 'p.r-v'
and the wealth they produce will attract and eloping lovers in one stagecoach not be considered as appropriate for on her fair face the Imprint of Its hap distanced, ill report or sectional',
' FIJI ISLANDS. other wealth. pursued by irate father in the past.Go sweetest kiss; extending far into the prejudice have cast blighting in-' ,
I ,. First, we want sensible, successful others. There are, in the fond Mick to the time of George blue! waters of the ,sea, her shores noence. But the seal of approval lone'r tl y
't.i) Tuesday of this week the editor of people who can succeed elsewhere. A thoughts, skating scenes and rosy Washington, if you will, but leave washed by the greatest of riven, the sought and long deferred Is found;
2 1 the Valley Gazette had the pleasure man who cad succeed elsewhere can cheeks and candlelights. Mistress your twentieth century attitude of! mysterious stream that deviates but everywhere in evidence, from the
i"" of a visit to the grove of Judge G. F.z'I succeed here, but a man who has fail- Polly welcomes her lord and master mind and your new spring suit here.I I the once-as if to caress-to turn surges of,.the Atlantic to the wave
I Parker located a short distance from ed everywhere else would probably at. the front colonial door apd the' will bank my new chapeau against ocean-ward, tempering the elements to of the gulf from the charms 'of'tfcef'<
Davenport. The party consisted of fail-here, for in Flordia, as every- fragrance of the pies that never Lave your ankle watch that you will take I the icy seas of the north. sounding shore-to the allurements of 9
4 i 1 Judge'Parker, Mrs. Parker, Mr. John where else on God's green earth, a been equaled greets. the visitor' Servants the fastest stage coach back to our Oa her wide plains and in her gen- the blossoming plain the home of the
"(1' A. Huffmna of Camden Ohio, father man must possess certain qualities in in large numbers, working for time. And a twentieth century lim- tle valleys a.... the oak, thepine ana settler and the palace of the rich are,'
'ft of Mrs.'Parker, and the writer and order to achieve success. Determination the love of the family, are buzzing! ited will be waiting to switch you over the cypress. Her tranquil waters area found In settings of prolific -eropev "
,; ;.6 the trip was made in the judge's new perseverance, industry and com- around, open fire-places (the wood is to the modern track. labarynth of navigable hlgHways brilliant flowers, blossoming shrubs
I\\':; Ford car. mon sense are indispensable to suc- chopped by a' family retainer) roar All hail to the colonial days, and and are of inestimable value to man's and sparkling waters.. When-,, _"a, i
41 ( The Start was made about 9 o'clock cessful achievement in any state of out their welcome, while merry parties then, very quickly, with extra vim,I industry. boundless gifts are Znea :zed, when her
and the grove reached about 1030.: any land and the same qualities ar.. gather around and warble i'Sally three rousing\ cheers for the NOW! They abound in myriad beauties and just claims ate: conceded: ; when the "
'"r ,' In the caption of this article we necessary in Florida.Psychologists in Our Alley." Oh,-those were merry I teeming wonders to delight the eye righteous verdict that time accords la r ,
: mind times! and charm the The rendered when, her Is p
" i stated that it was a day of real pleasure say the human 4444400440004440404 sense. palmetto rightful place\ ;
': a 5 ; and so it' was, but it was made possesses three distinct faculties-In- In those days a young lady married 00 palm, cocoanut, sweet magnolia anJ secure, this daughter of the gods will, f;
; so by the friendly spirit that existed tellect, sensibility and will. The logi- the man of whom the family 'approved < FOUR PARTIES MUST GO 4 brilliant poinciana, all in rich and varied be the sweetest child, in the alster-'
-, with member of the party, the cal way, then, to approach the normal ; young ladiee I : were not Supposed 00 INTO" PRIMARY. hues and undying green-silvery hood the brightest star In the galaxy.'. a
"t: S elegant every lunch prepared by Mrs. Parker , mind is to appeal first to the intellect, to have minds and affections of their 4 4 moss-like mantle of .himm ring"' .lace we love, the one. gem of matchless
I:S and the opportunity to see one where reason dwells. Knowledge ota own, and in the great questions of love 0004040444004444046 falls from limb and stem in clustered, .beauty in the diadem of our'Splendid,
,. ,I of the finest orange groves-in Florida, thing will arouse the sensibilitiesand and marriage they deferred to thai! superior -1 streamers. and graceful festoons-leaf country.. ;
z; but not for a second do we wish it probably create a desire for the wisdom of their elders. To r>e There are, or there were at the last ---- -... '
I understood that the ride in the auto thing, and. the will then settles the sure, there was juiJt as much misery : general election five organized political .
'J contributed one Iota to that day's question. The way to appeal to sensible then as now; some would have us believe parties in Florida. The highest
f pleasure, that Is, after we reached this people is to appeal to them throughthe that there was less. 'I do combined vote of these five.partieswas .
, I edge of Reedy creek swamp. Intellect. why not offer an argu- agree with that, however. But givena -1 that cast for presidential electors
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l ) From Kissimmee 'to Reedy'creek ment something like this: certain amount of jfciiery In love and the vote stood; ai follows) TKo

,., the road is what might b..termed fairly Florida has an area of'54,000 square would not you rather have youraelito Democratic ...*....-.,,......* 36,417
is miles and on an average about ten blame 7 Isn't the freedom of choiceor I Republican -_.._,-,l.-._._......-. 4,279 ,
but the
, f.. good, as road count"from now persons to the square mile." There is the sweet independence that char! Socialist _._- .... 4,806 The rt
building a real thiscity acterizes :,Letter all Prohibition-__ .____
line will pas room for several millions 'more, andit today 'By means u.:*__ __ 1,854 '\ ii
5' A to the Polk county first, we in! is only a question of time until the the regrets of now are preferable to' Progressive (Bull Moose)- 4,635 i i
f that by, but from the bridge v
" millions will be here. Come early and the remorse of yesterday. i 1 w
left the main
'v't.. the highway swamp just until this side we of Davenport, avoid the rush. Come while it is not Did you ever think that in the days Total --_ _. 51,891 1I 1I I

. +1'1 } it was one continual thumpaty-thump, crowded and take your Choice of the when independence was rampant the Under section 2 of the new primary'I 1I + r
i. until in the party lodged ground floor chances. Why should mothers and sisters and wives of free election law, any political party which "
r every person I :
to Florida ? Well, if you thinkers much in the back- than 5 cent. of the
.i t/1. to "lay me down and sleep" long bo- you come were very I cast more per entire I
/' fore the judge said "here's where weN are satisfied where you are, don't ground of assertive thought? We vote cast in the state at the last
;: y', I turn off.' come; but i if you are not satisfied, have a few women who stand out in I general election must nominate its I II F.
f. We been about Polkcounty's with your present location, we think bold type in the history of the young I I candidates in the primary of June 2. I
have reading
f, You would make no mistake in com- natiqn, but they are remembered because I Ilf it fails l to do that it cannot have I
., :: bond issues and good toads ing to Florida, and we tell you why \! they were extraordinary. I do ;the names of its candidates- the 1 1I
ever since our advent into this prosperous Florida has a pleasant climate in winter ; not think that now there would be the ticket in the general election. 1I I

and progressive city, and the and in summer The death rate in furore if a pretty,lass-leaned over the Five cent. of 51,891, the total I r
next time such article meets our per
:I' 1 an is than it is in
Florida no greater any banister with beating heart and '
l is Therefore
vote cast 2,695. any -
intend to make Editors Law party
gaze we soil and I I'
\'f other state. We have good tured the plans of the enemy, running that cast more than 2,595 votes is
and Ucthenngton
and Galleinorc comer
bad soil, like other states. The good breathlessly across country to divulge i I
bound the primary election act.
::/1, here and lead us to the good road. that by ,
soil! will almost anything
I. grow them to General Washington. The
I Otherwise it forfeits all right to -
Polk have good roads. Wedon't participate
county may United I
in the ,
be anywhere
can grown -I like the word be
woman- woman -
in the general
<1l' (i pretend to say it hasn't, but wtI > that cannot be as a arty, m
States and some things cause it is so strong-would probably j
&'. do say they are not up in this end, this time the election next
({: grown elsewhere. At descend the stairway and take
Hand now that Osceola county has a As four of the five parties each cast
I' soil in comparatively ..
good command of the situation. And the
::1 at work building a first class than 5 cent. of the total vote, HIS MONEY AND VALU., 5
I' gang! Don't buy land anywhere of anybodyby conspiring officers would have a run more per A WEST VIRGINIA FARMER HID ,
1 .'t'r road from KiBsimmee to the line of mail. Come down and spy out the for their they must go into the primary if they "
Polk county, it is up to the county land and consult those who are successfully money.If desire to continue to exist. The pro- ABLE PAPERS "SAFELY" AWAY IN A HAY STACK..
" 'that claims Park Trammell! as a voter farming the land. If you you lived in the time of Washington hibition party which cast only 1,8541 \ -
; t to get busy and make it possible for have not enough to come here and were enough like your't votes, cannot go into the primary but ,
';j'S our progressive citizens to travel to and inspect money the country and for father to yearn for a real education, may nominate its candidate by petition -I One night a tramp came aloof and crawled close to tile u,-
"it'S Lakeland and Burtow and give the your land and improve it and pay live a you would have been put to bed witha or convention. stack to take a quiet little smoke. ;
people of those places the opportunity thinning diet of toast'and water, )
year or two, don't come. You can ac Section 21 of the primary election
e of association with the grandest, until you came to your maidenly of ashes all that loft of
complish very little here without law requires that each executive com- Next morning a pile smoking was was
most open-hearted and hospitable people some capital, and if you failed, you senses. Probably you would have mittee shall meet not later than hay or
been married off to money.
earth, without having to use quickly a very undesirable -
t' 1 would probably become a knocker. Butif March 15 of each general election
\ seven gallon of arnica to cure the to make man and prayers would have and fix assessment can- foolish ?
fi have a an
you enough money been offered for HowI year upon "Hs wa very ay you
bruises made autos driving into your recovery.
by our
start and have the energy and per- didates of not exceeding 2 per cent. f
; bull holes from. ten1, inches to three l sistence that are necessary to win suc- pity to the do Women something of the worth past while who of the annual salary of the office Yet, and how muck wiser is he who keeps lie mossy a4 valuable

+r feet deep. cess anywhere, you can do well in and longed who were met by the "No sought. A copy of the resolution fixing paper at lao.,wlaeD our modem Ere and ..........-...., deposit z ,
But these poor roads have nothing Florida, where the climate allows you such assessment must then be certified .'
:,: ,, to do with the magnificent jrrovu! to grow stuff at a time of the year Thoroughfare, sign if at every road brainand to the clerk of the circuit court, vaults offer absolute and guaranteed .safety
No little
j!:i Judge Parker owns, and which is situated when it cannot be grown anywhere one, you a if it applies to a county primary; or
the least mentality\ will not IN TODAY AND PROCURE A KEY TO A
:, about one mile from the railroad. else and which will command fancy you to the secretary of state, if it applies
wish for the old times.
i The grove/ contains something over. prices in all the northern markets. If good to a congressional or state primary. BOX THAT'S ENTIRELY YOURSTOMORROWMAY
<4 5, five hundred trees, almost every one 1 you are a native of a rolling, hilly or As for material comforts, let us Under the law four political parties BE TOO LATE.STATE ; ,
y of Which is at least twenty-five feet mountainous country you will become take a breath and get down on our are entitled to participate in the primary
I'J tall, and looks as healthy as a Vasar' more or less homesick for your native knees for the blessings' of today. but they cannot do so unless
p air We inspected every part of the hills, because the larger portion of Stage coaches, the weekly mail, candlelight 'their respective executive committees
1"1. ':, t\rdve, and did not find a tree but What,, Florida is flat "and will seem strangeto I I ,, wood fires, canal boats and hold all of their mo-tines not later BANE OF
t was full of bloom from top to bottom, you; but, while hills and mountain :.'the general absence of aids to- taking/ than March 15. As March 16 of this :,
t fy and if we have anything like a fair are interesting from a scenic stand- '' life easily are hints of the colonial year falls on Sunday, those meetings i >4
season the judge will ship fully 6,000 point, for purely agricultural! purposesone days that would be difficult to meet must be held not later than one week KISSIMMEE
t SSS boxes. ; acre of level Florida soil is worth I in their tangible expression., from next Saturday.-Pensacola Jour-

After feasting our eyes on this more than' many acres of hills and I And bath tubs! Telephones! Limousines nal.
for hour Mrs. Parker called their I and the corsetless comfort of to. ,
that lose ,
is and lands somcjof
I tt grove.grub pile an," and after as hearty a rocks richest top soil by erosion every timeit day, not to mention the tango 1 Oh, LIBRARY NOTES. Capital stock _________________________.________|l6QOM.t>0

.('I" mea4'as'we have enjoyed the return rains. A level country dotted with i: no, no! If you examine your own I Resource ever ___________ ,----- _______________. "',001.00 : '
\ trip to this city was begun, which we farms, orchards, gardens, heart, you will vote for the modern The regular monthly repbrt of the
\ s? reached shortly before 2 p. m., and fine homes and good roads, vineyards'I'I. way of living. ,Look back on the librarian, a. given before the Civic Officers '
I rJ the remainder of the day was spent eventually will be, is good enough for other day and be charitable; accept League on Tuesday showed Ktssim- and Director, _
I' thinking of the many pleasant occurrences you. We invite you to come. them as a contributing background to mee library on the gain in new membership. '
"+ 1. of the trip and rubbing the more stirring, worth-while action, but Increase of public patronageand C. A. CARSON. PrcL J. M. LEE. Vk F reat. ,

; + sore sports that were the result of 10.00 REWARDFo ,in the name of progress and the cause in receipts of cash gift and new M. KATZ.; lad Vke Pmt. Y
i '" the drives our auto took into the ten of ,enlightened women, do not waste books. < More books were loaned from r ;f
p ; ''thousand bull holes along the.route. *> the of theperson too much enthusiasm on them. If,you the library last month than in anyone ROMA TO L43. AWant Cashier ,
,'", name or persons .
''I', feel that yearning for other days month of its history. -
I who dug ap and removed certain stealing av.yoar: : appreciation for This |s the time (,when' most of the
I GOOD ENOUGH cabbage palmettos or palms from my modern bounties, let the modern fires 'old membership are'due and doubtless' e 34
{Y TRUTH ground at Hammock Grove within go,out and when the day is at its bit- 1 most of ,them 'Will -be renewed. The .5S--r '

'. the last dayor so. terest, sit up in your room and talk I library' Is'.vow 'open-to. out of town - -1)4 asses: wewe... Tres $InuvaaFW+lwa ,.1N1t. "
: 'r '"' : truth about Florida is good 12-lt v small talk; do not reach for a good residents a. regular members at the

, ,' t-f BVine enough." The foregoing statement is book: to make you forget the diaoom. rate of.I3:for a single'and .$5.,.,for, a .S.--. S V
f,";!',' |&rthe i' whole truth and nothing but the What has become'of,the 'oldfashioned : fort but take TOur quill in band and family membership. :; "'- ,
.' IvE* ,'truth. .>It tile, wrltenOf real, estate :meni who used to imaginethat write an inane note full of frothy gossip 'The list has already opened with one Ads
H.ff: advertisements-and writers for never Torn- and Jerry ter. great :! to your-dearest' .. .friend, -and have: .it.. family,,membership- -from'Nareossee.H.r 4 .:'; Valley; Gazette+ ;Deliver The, Good*. /
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i ' FHE ClSSlMMEE VALLEY I..,'"' FRIDAY" MARCH 13 1'.4 '
PAGE 6. r' ,-- _-- GAZETTE. t ;
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Kisaimmee Valley -
If-. I A Fourteen-Million-Dollar Horse :

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'/+. .w.". B. HARRIS . ". : -., - -' Owner ,'. :J ,
Editor (By .Herbert S. Bigelow of Cincinnati.) . t . A tI
S. J. TRIPLET . .. -
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a .t. .-.O'.w, .-= :; ---wtLU- Promoter of public utility corporations : .. sold the horse." "What! sold a borrowed 1 .. ,
SUBSCRIPTION I\ATEIIOu.! : copy, .ioh. year __.-..,_. J been horse sold horse that did
'. 011.'cope. .1 amvnth.. __________ .,. One copy, tkr.e mo..III" --..-*. ./ ; not InfrewjenUy.-hav* a not 1
.=. ." --:=r'u financial pirates The public hafin- belong to the (company 1" "Well, U
? -' must bsnod its in .the stocky and Honor please! 'the' I for Men .
v f ,, Alt ;;-mmu.. iatleae.Pt from our authorlsed'cornepohdenla vested savings your attorney Shoes
i n'I \:. ... by th. writer. bonds of street railways and the electric would say "that is not Just the way I
t. -R.J..ta matter will not b. return ed ""'..?. called. _tor, light companies, without a suspi we would express it, but something oi
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'F. "t. Lt t.r.d at the Poitoirice- $ In 'KI..lmmf'''. Florida; as ;>eond-cla mall matter. I cion of the inherent unsoundneas ,of that'sort has been.done. In abort, the .

.' these investments. It Is I .4 -until company borrowed the horse of the o
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y' $< franchises begin to explrtfthat investors I I city-but after it borrowed the hors Tan
,"' f., FRIDAY I MARCH 13. 1914 All the shapes in
-..._. wake up to the fact that they have the company: ,ta taliaed and sold the new ,
-- --- been. the victim of misplaced stock. At the time your Honor' a '

"'I I dence and that serious loss is transaction of this sort was not considered Patent Leather Gun Metal; 1"
confl-j ;
reprehensible any more than :;
f,! able.Now what have investors a it should be considered reprehensible Vici Kid.--in I low patterns. .
expert from those who manage public ,. for a United Stales senator to receive I
Meeting Called of County utility propertied They have a rightto Standard Oil Trust certificates( in return

r expect this that when the franchises I I for legal services. Now, if your ''lr

:1'l} Executive Com. expire there will be enough tan Honor please, we think you should let
: } Democratic gible property to support at par both bygones be bygones. The. fact is, the Come in and let us

'j their bonds and stock. : horse has been purchased by innocent .::1

In other words, any capitalizationof I parties, and the innocent p.rtieSshould '
the franchise itself is a palpable I be protected." fit your feetDUTTONHARRIS

fraud for when the franchise expires At this point as may be imagined
A meeting of the County Democratic Executive committee is the capitalization based upon the fran- the judge inquiring with some heal

hereby csllcd! to take place at the court house in Kistimmee. Fla.. chise must collapse. why their client should not be prosecuted .,.
Everey dollar secured by the sale of. as a horse-thief the learned
at 2 p. in.Saturday.. March 14. This meeting is called for thepurpose bonds or stock shquld be put into the counsel would very promptly and

of transacting such business as is necessary to properly .. )' and enough should be set I truthfully reply: Your Honor ,well CO. .
t aside from the revenues to keep the knows that it is the custom to put men -
conduct (Se primary to lie held in the month of June of this year. property unimpaired so that when the in jail for stealing a twenty-dollar .

franchise reverts to the public the I II horse or a fift)'- ollar horse, or a hun- fOOT FITTERS' I
.r' ROMA THOMAS.: Chairman. physical assets will equal in value ail'I dread-dollar horse but if your Honor

S. J. TRIPLETT. Secretary. I outstanding securities. please there is no precedent and no -
,. But .this is never done. On the con- I authority anywhere for taking criminal 4 .
I I trar)', the universal practice has been' action against a man who stealsa

I to capitalize and sell, as though it I fou.teen-million-dollar horse." r

I were a permanent asset of the conn- ,I Of course this court scene will never -r\:
puny the franchise which 18.only loaned happen. Not in just this way.

to (he company, and which sooner :I What will happen is this: When the f'-
'r Registration Books Open \ or l later must be returned to the community I I public utility commission gets to work 00000000o000000000 I Since State Manager! Richardson
'' I. e work for the Southern Settlement
without compensation. invariably valuing the street car property, the I started -
i these franchises ar capitalized company will employ experts of its I I. LETTERS TO THE O and Development organization
1 I I 1
-' ':; March 15 Close April 15 and sold and treated as a part of the i ir own to make a valuation; hut the com I I. ALLEY GAZETTE. O Florida department, in October last, 1

I property, with the inevitable! result I. pany's experts will be hired not to 10' 0 he has traveled upwards of 25,000
'that when the franchise expires there value the property but to hide the oo ooooooooo oooooooo I miles in the interests of Florida, go-
horse. will I' ing nearly as far north as the Arctic
financial t chaos. They be hired to hide that ENDORSES COUNTY' FAIR PLAN I
I)'fourteen I t circle and near as far south as the !
When the day of reckoning comes million-dollar-horse. so that j
't ;f The registration hook will open on the l,">th of Maich and) ii-in.iin open i these companies ha\e hut one way of the city cnn be induced to pay for its I I Equator. In October in company with
'F escape They seek to have an extravagant own horse without knowing it. Disguising I Editor Gazette: : Mr. C. S. Ucker director of. cofoniia-
: unUl the 15th of April, hut only at th- ,.!f"-,, of the registrar, t'. \\' Unlfm.;" valuation placed upon their physical 1,. horses of this kind has come I Seeing your statement )n a recent tion, he visited all the western wheat

,, A property" and they try to preventthe to be a highly scientific and profitable i issue concerning the Osceola county I I provinces of Canada, studying the
\ in this city. The !books at all outlying precinct clot..1 l i.n the. .second of this fair allow of that dominion '
public.. from understanding thatlra'aj.allt business. The horse will be so successfully I me to say that nothing ) emigration problems ,
1 I could be done that would thoroughly and the causes that led to the large I II
this ,' valuation includesthe concealed in a mass of figures so up
month and will notte opened.niram, for the June prior" }. but! any man in I
capitalization of the franchise, '). that to the untrained mind its advertise Kissimmee and Os- 1 amount of American immigration into

I the county .entitled, vote can come to KisMirtmec and enroll hi> mime l'hi !I which I ino longer. theirs. presence would not l be -yspecUd. The I I ceola county as would' a county fair. Canada, and the present conditions,

the people of the littk" horse will lie so successfully concealedin II 1 sincerely trust that you will continue ''and investigated the chances of !getting -
: nt positively your last dunce Ui put ) out.-.elf ID push'1''can. to pui t irtpituin\ t the community Suppose' of Fruit Hill, where I live, r a mass of t figures that to the untrained -I to urge this matter upon the some of these American farmers .-
mind its presence would not be.u" people of Osceola county until they back into the southern states. Already
{ ; I primary and if you f..lllo get lour name im. the legictmlmn" hunkIhe. fault were >o anxious to hate some that one they run . The horse will not be s..n. realize the importance of the matter some good results have come of .1
into town
.. nn express wag-in will be and get together on an this extensive tour as one of. the
i' tYi .. I'i lies at your own door would offer to loan me a horse for a it net heard perhaps we shouldnot organizationof
and sac that it will not r>p smelted, for that kind. Suppose that the matter American farmers. who has become '"
'year, if I would buy a wagon engage -
business Hion J. Arnold made a valuation of be taken up at the next meeting disgruntled with Canada's long win- ;
' l l ,I in express the of the board of trade and ter climate called at the offices in :;
Kansas a subscription
; : : : ; : What would he l said of if. after street; car property City -
list opened which will allow Baltimore, stating that he represented ,.
1I. I : the loan of the horse and and the mayor of the city declared I every
: ; '' of any one accepting I should sell the that it smellt of dead mules. one who desires to do so to subscribe quite large number of farmers who
investing in a wagon
r t, question. but the question of the "long and short haul" I it- of such vital 1m pO It. I' horse, together with the wagon as One of the tricks of hiding the I for any amount of stock he had become interested in our organ i
I horse is to get a name for it that does may desire. Place the shares ,.t. say ization and desired to settle in one or.
.:. .> ance to the< people of Florida, and especially those living in fnluriil cities, though they were both rmhe. They 1 I
$25 share and make it : the southern states going into intensive .t
I not sound a bit like a horse .name. i per possible i -
, ;" that we< deem it our duty to keep it constantly in the forefront at least until would call! me a which horse-thief the horse and They will not call this horse "Joey ;i for every one to own at least one I cattle farming. This little group J .4.4of

:. the meeting of the Railroad Commission in this city on the 26th insUml. I community to send and r I' B." They will not call it "Charley"or share in the asosication, as that will 1' farmers desire to secure about 2,000 n
would have to
tf" Again 'II'Ould't' remind our people that the legislature of 191.: parsed u take longs it wherever a it right might be found. "Clarence" or anything of the sort. II:, make them interested in the success acres of land for this purpose and J'
One of their favorite is "Over- of the undertaking. I Florida's opportunities as a cattle-f
r law prohibiting the railroads from charging more for a short haul of freight But after having acceptedthe names
Let's the raising state have been placed before "
head charges. They sometimes callit I get movement started as
y' for but included in the that if the Railroad Come loan of the horse, I organized b''1 1-
than long haul
a provision these
: sell the' a "going concern." "Obsolescence"is. ]I 'will require some time to arrangethe i people, and it is hoped that they ,}
mission deemed it just to the railroads and not unjust to the public, they stock value of company both the and horse and stock to At a favorite pet name for the nag. details and longer to erect buildings I will be secured for Florida. t

l : could: issue an order exempting seaports from the operation of the law-that! the end of the I would compelled "Good-will", is stijl another. Yes, and I suitable far the exhibit, and all r 1

r : I" is, the railroads. could charge<< less for hauling freight from Jacksonville to to surrender year the horse, and the the lawyers will tell you solemnly we this should be arranged in advance.
i ' : must to something for the i I Wishing you success in the undertaking -
..... Tampa (Tampa being a seaport) than they would charge to haul the same investors would discover they had expect pay and to the
| hoping see work
HISTORY of the thai is
company; yet MEi
J freight from Jacksonville to Kissimmee. an inland town. bonds nothing"which but a had wagon been for issued the stock for and the another name for the horse. started at an early date 1 am, as ever, IT'S T I j

; 1 As stated, the Railroad Commission will sit in Kissimmee on the 26th of full value of both horse and wagon. I 1 Some of this old horse will get into "Interested Citizen." :

.!,' this month to hear argument why the railroads should not be granted 'this would still be a horse-thief, would I the valuation, in spite of anything any- .
body do such is the deference
.1 and It behoove in this territory to either be not? can ;
right, every man present on I .TATEME\T.
that is paid to well capitalized wron ..
ti a that date and enter his protest in person, or if circumstances prevent his The franchise: is the horse-the physical ,, Besides it is so easy to take pennies, Made under section IS. chapter S....

;., coming: here to'send hi. objections by mail. property ia thee other public utility ,.
t I in the inland of ear or people. county. Florida to be collectedfor
The people living towns Florida have displayed the patience
i Is loaned to the ,
The horse compan'and : :
To get a valuation without some ttio. current year 1'1" and the a.v
'I of Job,in permitting the railroads to double ta* them in. freight'i rates from must be returned But all such :horse In it.-that ia too much to hope rtlonmrnt of the asm. to theseveral ..

'i < the day the first, train.w.s roe in the state, and now that they have a bare companies sell the horse. When the I for-but probablywe shall not have funds for which fazes have been* ''."'".. ?..* .t r
J r.. chant! of coming: into a small part of their righftul own, they should exert day of settlement arrives they all try to pay within many millions as much To amount assessed Rv'n./__ .__tlT.04- '..ll,> Off that' Old.Worn-out Shoe and put'your : \ i'
the old
,.?;:; f very effort to that end. ( '' to wagon get a equal,valuation to the put value upon of both a for few this horse as we should have paida Amount collected _:__".! ,__,._ '..4C1.71I 1 !foot tote \ Rel Leather Shoe at t. '

I I No other has retarded the of Florida's inland cities years ago. Low PrI_. few odds "
one thing so growth new wagon and the horse. The grim Ralnncr to he tollected/11.6791e) a Screaming A (

' 1 as baa the excessive freight rates charged by the railroads and now that joke of it is the public is usually stupid If the people of Cincinnati want to ,I .......ral *rh._l F...._ i and ends in Men's and Women's Shoe :.
pay fourteen million dollars to somebody ITo I amount RKliBeBed . _.. 13ft.2** 41
k .f. there U a faint ray of relief in right, we should not let the opportunity: pass enough the to Cincinnati pay the price.In street. railway situation I else for a horse which is already Amount" collected - hh.h. 1.63844 to be cleared outan;: dire they goj' ;.

,5 r ; I to take advantage of every point in the game. the horse in the case is they theirs, that is their privilege. All -we'' I be rollrcted121.72097 7\. .

t '' The commissioners are coming here in search of facts. Let us be prepared legal right to charge five cent fares I insist upon is that this horse shall not I t'..a, H..*. Assorted Lot Ladies'. Oxfords.l.lfliLadies' ,t'
be done in and marked *r .sea.ed125.661 21
k, to furnish them in wholesale lots. the until physical April 22d property, 1916. which The wagon the company is- I "overhead up charges packages, going concern ob \in< .Amount.unl roUecled" qq. du_ 6.19258 B. M. and'Pat But. Oxfds 1.49 v.Ladies' :

m has. In April, 1916. this horse solescence good-will," and sold to us Ilalanc to t>e collected.I20. SII one-strap. Pat. Pumps 1.69'Ladies'
: WE NAME KISSIMMEE AS THE PLACE OF MEETING. j must be returned. After this date the under false and misleading labels. The ....ty Kl.e. ..< --
people have a legal right to give the T. amount Hs...r.rd---------t (115"11 Pumps-dressy *
Tan I.'"
'The following sensible motion made Brother I company has no right in the streets from fu- Amount iollite - u q __ MS 42Italann --
is by Holly of the San ford 'with its wagon, unless it will, agreeto company authority to collect -- t'.
'1 f Herald: reduction in its fares so that it I ture street car riders enough moneyin to l>e collected----- J.3.. 7. $5.00 Men's Westover Oxfords__ ZJ99M00 tt
"'Tbe. editor of the Herald is a great beliyeer in getting together and real 1 may pay interest in the future on the erty addition to pay to for interest this horse upon their but we prop-insist To amount'.h assrs.ed----------Krb.*l nt" t. W.. 1.1 1.914 1)9 Men's Tan But Shoe______ Z.T5 of.I .

lame the vast amount of good to be obtained by a press club or association r wagon without demanding any further I that these packages shall be mount collected c q -- -- ___ 93470llntanre | -And Many Othersi -
interest the horse.
Clf the newspaper' men and job printers in this territory comprising the counties -1 l on I marked "dead hone," and that the to he eolleeted-----' 979 19b .

l t.. of Seminole, Orange<< Osceola. Lake and Volusia would like to hear from ; We in know other by cities comparing where the physical property people shall know what they are getting PI. .eb.*l !>!... X*. X i, Closed out for Strictly Cash. ;..
aase"eed----------I 2991
h them on the subject and if'every one of them in these five counties will, write I valuations have been made that in this I for their money. To Amount amount llwcted. ... ___.____ <9 29ItXlanr. ) f Y
But we shall make it our aim'to see I Prize tickets for 'every purchase <
1 na about it a meeting can be filed for Wednesday. March 25th, at any place j' case the wagon is worth from ten to that just as little 6f the people's mon- .- to be collected____.I 1.012 from &c up .\t.t t.
centrally located for the purpose of organizing a Lake Region Press asso'ciatioa. I fifteen millions. Fifteen millions I ey is squandered in this way. FOP Oak Hebl. !>.... MB. a. I '
I be excessive for it. The rest %
:. fi' t This counter attraction will not in any way interfere with the Florida of an the twenty-nine price million capitalization this we shall be cabled\ hard names, To Amount amount collected.a.e.sed----------_ __ n .._ $ 9h891 116 ItHal.n..O' a
but by the millions that we save we 1 -AT-y
r' s Press aaosciaUpn but will be of great assistance by demonstrating the value is the hours!*-our horse f
snail I lighten the burdens of tired peo to be collected.673 U .t. '
+ tOt association and affiliation of printers. Let this fact be known to the boys The president of the traction company pie, from whose poverty the burden *.b Kebl 0.... :*.- 4- I

g, 1 of the five counties and if the date and plan meets with the approbation of I says there is not a dollar of wa- should have to come. We are underno Tn amount a.aes, ...d..n_ _._. 1.44S 8443Kalance 74 i

all we will _t." er in the stock, but I submit that .there delusion. Not even those who are Amount collected Uh.n j-
is a fourte n-million-dollar horse in it. saved the burden of these taxes will, to be coliected-----' 1.3C1 12 I TAYLOR'SPhone
?! Tne Valley Gazette seconds Editor Holly's motion, as we believe every I That fourteen-million-dollar. horse remember long or care. But we can- tab HrkMl.

r a I paper in the counties .named will do, and will certainly be present to speak' belongs to the people or will belong i not escape the conviction that it matters To amount asscese.13---4 178 34 (3Amoint 13
collected |
ear tittle piece on the 25th at any place that is selected for the meet, but I to them in two years' time. If the much to us, both now and in the lfl-- - j

i w-e want to place ECissimme in nomination as the place of meeting. We know, ''I president of the traction company can eternal years, that we should do our Valance" to b" collected---.1 144 SO 250. 424 Broadway.
cajole the people into paying him fourteen I part without hope of praise and without "- H.b SehMl. INa*. *.. ..
that Holly longs to spend a day here inhaling the assessed---------$ 1633 I
health-giving zephyrs that I million dollars for their own fear of hate to promote justice To amount t

tear blow from off Lake Tohopekaliga. We know that Reese would rather horse, which they loaned him for and fair dealing among men. Whether I, Amount collected - -3294Ualaoce I Everything In Groceries ,

s1, ram o'er our streets ten hours than o'er the street of any other town or I nothing, and which he is legally bound there be few with us or many, to be collected_ I 163 II \ 1

S 1 I essay ton years; we know that Woods has declared he will never to : to return to them without compensa: whether we be weak or strong we can I
go tion that will He a horse on us. The and -
I at least fight a good fight keepthe
r 7 after he has
'TatJ.until seen Kissimmee. and we know that
Codrington jolly president will be entitled to enjoy faith to the end-
ia living a life of regret because he selected< Demand instead of K.isimmee asa : his joke and also the dividends on i: j 1 i 6

place of residence the' fourteen millions. j I In Kissimmee there are many citizens 1 =

,v' .,And knowing, these thing, we feel that Kissimmee should by unanimous I When the day of settlement cofties |t- who are constantly lookim to the r' ,
.r. the court will have to what" the and
say betterment of the place planning!
k" wale be declared the place of meeting, and Hop. R. J. Holly the Sanofrd f
wage i is' worth. Suppose the court in various ways to make the alr.->ad\, ff
p booster: authorized to at once issue notices to that effect finds it is worth fifteen millions. The : beautiful city more attractive and in- Tpto

__ will that it should ..
J --:;---- company protest I teresting. At a recent meeting of th

S. J. Triplett will prove a genuine, The Fort Meade Leader has ''have' fourteen millions more. '"What city council an appropriation was ,
1 liv( in the 1f'g'lslatuT'e'-Tampa' Its fifth year and has enetred better! 1 for** the court will ask. "Why, for I made for the purpose of having a surrey
"J ire with each grown this horse," the company will say. made looking to the cwstiict'o'"

+-- Cleveland year. .Messrs Maek and Then they will bring the horse out and of permanent bulkhead for the en .
are splendid boosters and look. it We will call the horse ,
over. tire lake front. "Bulkhead'isr' th '
A Dakota editor comes to the have mad! the Leader a power for '1
con- of after famous II
by the name -Joey B. a lake front, and the construction of a -
don that those !''fa- in good in its community. '' /
desiring 'p I character in one of Dickens' nov' boulevard along the entire waterfront .
hia.paper must pay fur them and has
a., .labUshed the following schedule of We have received the Florida Arrow : He is heavy and spavined swaybacked I I improvements that we have advocatedfor ,CORNISH CUTLETS

i. ,prices. For telling the public that a a new-born babe in the journalistic and stiff 'and thin. The Boor the past five years," stays the Val To Be Upright"Trtm

.a.>is a successful citizen, when. ev: l world It is owned and edited 'old nag has been worked to a shadow. I' ley Gazette and it U naturally pleased slices of cold lamb into pieces In Our Dealinp ,
:.rybsdy.kmowe that he is as lazy a* a by J. Fred DeBerry., and is published I "Whose horse is that" the court win to that things are tending toward 0' lbs same chap. and .I.,. sprinkle wr
see .
them wtth .alt popper and a few drops 1 1of
v t; 4 (rovernment mule, $2.75; referring to at Plan> H City. The motto of this wonderful I demand '"Well it is the city's horse this result. It will cost sotne( tomato catsup Have ready come WE PUT ::1
des tha deceased. citizen as one who is youngster is The Truth will .U-.a.on"d. hot mUlh..d $,
Told now; the company's attorney ; but the added value to property potatoes .
;+, ''>teamed by the entire community.wrhaa'we Fearlessly and FuriouaI,.," and Fredsore. have to admit. "But, your honor we money generally, should easily offset the .Into'.... which....t.n.two Cover you.each o.slice esea!0' meat have Our Meats I U P Right ..

i kmow he will bo missed by Jh big type>> on the front page think it would be no more than fair expenditure, and it will make Kissimmee with U.. potato au mak" the e..r...,. w ,e s
{ the poker circle, $10.13; referring to that it ia a progressive democraUepa- for toe city to pay the company for a better place to live in and more smooth with a kftlt. Dip I. a beaten M-... it I. Ij "

.sees galhranting' female as an _.tin.l parr bat from the tone of the leading the hone. even though the horse now attractive to visitors and citizens.TimesUnion. .- ass. dilated_ with three or four table- t
01 milk allltl wal.r 1wltk
y hUlady who Kisa plosrarotomoet articles _'should. Judge that the Ar- belong to the city.and not to the com titled bread crumba aDd; fry eoy.r tn C.00 k C aRe an dC on some i; n
: ... whea .ev ry '- --. maa in town row wu born for tbe purpose of pany. ,,_p fat. I '

T. .voald rathor aa. Satan coming. $aaO; ' "'c- ressman Sparkmaa The court will probably flequl. with A.'man who wants. to Use a girl --. ----- -- I
K as enliu.JTpaJpit'MaDder. a. rtiaiq a JPUat Gtfwhiaky why should be.expected ,
r'ddaf some samriso against' her will wovldat want to
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THE KiSSIMMEE' /VALLET GAZETTE Mine,Virginia Ilinton Reynolds, On- last: ,Monday night "Mr Lynn I I. . ,;

.' '\ A=; Telephoni No.ll., Ca.. and Ha King of Homer La who Dougherty, who was one.of the candi J. SANITARIUM .'
'. '... . have been the attractive gftests oif Mi. dates for mayor in the recent primary'election }

., Mary Carton for several weeks left at at..Cloud. while atfempt-.I' .
for their respective homes on Wednes- ing to dismount from his, ; Miss Bandy
Published Every Friday By day. .' dentally discharged his pistol in some :
!' manper.the ball entering one of his WILL OPEN'ONMONDAY *
W. t*. MAtuus.ii j her
Andre van' der ''MeMersph mad ua legs, causing a painful but, not .a serious .announce

i =- ._ ; : 1 trip to-Whittiec this week to look after ,wc.and.of; '
eeeeeoo+.oeo' some Im rowmenta on: his hold'ings "R'O... Flood and T.c' B. "I of
,in the Lake Marion tract.He .,Spring; Opening Millineryon
' Lakeland were hate Saturday to close I. : .
: Weather Report j was accompanied. by Surveyor F. H. I r the deal for the Kissimmee Furniture' ,

:;, Jenkins. company.: These< gentlemen are old Friday March: 20
I but both
residents of' Polk county,
Mrs J. D. Woodbeck snd-Miit Mary _
, i" j
- Following tbs daily temperatures Dixon attended a party at St. Cloud stated that Ki..lmm.look.ecl..1ike it .- :afternoon eoeniitg;
art within the IIIntl ?
I would become a great city .
Tuesday given Mrs. J W. Ely.
by Institution
Kissimmee Has
and precipitation as and it .
Cards were the chief item of the program next five years, was possible -
reported by th.'Govertmment they' would decide to become perma-
Mrs. home!
bringing extremely pretty and nobby
?, station at KlisUamee. for the the sox.Rev. :. nent nsldents.The' . ,,
1 new.
s V week ending March; 12, 1914.Max.Min.Raln.' : following member.of the local Long. NeededWILL
Chisholm] will preach Sunday Masonic lodge went to Orlando last Mitt Bandy vitited the Chicago market and thm
,: at the Christian church
; < > morning on
and had the Knight Templardegree
night noted and Edmon Keith Hat will be thown. 1
the subject "Through the Test. Sun- BE MODERN IN EVERY Cage ,
3 I Saturday ____ 74 61Sunday ___ conferred upon them being accompanied -
____ 68 47 __ : pay night the subject for" the sermon by J. M. WillsxMvJr. C. A. PARTICULAR LONGER -
u will be "A. Bad Choice. Everyone Cole and H. E. Cole] who are alreadymcnbere ; I

". Monday _n___ 61 46 ... welcome. of that rank: S. L Lojpfer, NECESSARY FOR OUR .
Tuesday 65 38 W. A. PEOPLE TO GO
II. C. Stanford, Roma Thomas
------ ---
Mr. would like to
O'Berry us correct -
. Smith C. W. Dann Earl Lutofer, Rev. ABROAD FORTREATMENT. .
\ Wednesday 74 41
---- in last week's issue in l
Thursday ____ 77 49 ---I regard an to error accounts of the Kissimmee A. J.JIolt and Capt. Clay Johnson.H. granted.well indeed, The in Methodists the splendid have building done DR. F. A. COOKTELLS

I. Friday _______ 76 66 Auto company. Mr. Aultman] still)] Oden Lake, national commander they have erected and it would do .
holds the accounts and the U. S. A. will '
assumes Army"-and; Navy Union credit
t. ....... . ... . . ... liabilities Until March 1st, 1914. arrive in St. Cloud next Wednesday The establishment of an up-to-date state. to any congregation in the HIS, STORY {
sanitarium in this city has been agitated -
of the
for a brief visit to the garrison
-- -- Rev. H. T. Gaines, who at one timeso organization at that place. It is probable for the past five years and at The principle of the church extension -
s IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMII :I ( ably. filled the Methodist pulpit in that Commander Lake' will different times the plan seemed on board is an excellent one. All OF HOW HE AND NOT LIEUTENANT .

this city but who is now stationed at also visit Kissimmee, and if he meets the verge of ucce&s, but invariably the churches of the entire connection PEARY PAD THE SNOW
Sanford, was in the city yesterday and something would occur to stay contribute annually to a general] fund -
' | THE LOCAL FIELD: appeared before the executive committee with sufficient a garrison encouragement here. All who will have organize and we had about given proceedings up and from this fund the smaller and .AROUND THE NORTH

-.j f. J of church extension work.) ever done military for duty in any capac tion hope in of having our city such for a some needed years Institu-to Which weaker' they church would draw not be money able to without build, I POLE. -

II I J. W. Carr, a representative of ity are eligible membership. come. at east such houses as are needed. I

Lakeland's business life, was here M. M. Jones> wife and son Foy from Dr. T. M. Rivers is one of those The rapid growth of Florida is tax. Dr. Cook, the famous Arctic region

: W. II. Brokaw with Griffing Broth Wednesday getting acquainted with Barbourville, Ky., who have been men who believes more in action than ing the people to provide adequate explorer who returned a .few years

ers, the tree people. 40-Cf our people. Like all others from that spending the past few _weeks in St. talk, and he, too, years ago saw the church and school houses. ago with the report that he had reached ,*jj
1\. progressive city, he says Lakeland is Petersburg, and are now on a tour, necessity of a place here for the treatment All the gentlemen present were delighted the top of the earth and had.nailed
Miss Myrtle Bisonette of ]Indianapolis I the growingest place in the south. of the state by auto, came in to Ktssimmee of patients, but being possessedof with the handsome new church the stars and stripes high up on the
, is now visiting her cousin, Mrs. Thursday afternoon, and left and realized that Kissimmee is one of North Pole, wan a visitor in this city .
only moderate means, he waited }
if. C Lightsey. J. C. Ledbetter has just completedthree today for pointt- further north. Mr. the in the prettiest and most progressiveI I and delivered lecture Thursday night .
ujvent of
:i neat four-room cottages on his Jones expressed himself highly our city some one I cities in south Florida. at the Dixie theater. He told of the
'' who had both the means and inclination -
'j"'j"J We regret to note that Mrs. M. J. :'lota in the J. W. Miller addition' and pleased with our city and was greatly to back the plan. But that angel While in the city Dr. Hendry and hardships and sufferings he endured
has been quite seriously III the expects to begin another one in a- surprised to meet up with his former Mr. Davis were the guests of Rev. S. during that long drawn out period of
did not and time
as went
past several days. short time. lie is also having an artesian I friend and acquaintance from Ken- appear on W.: Lawler Drs. Wilson and Mitchellwere four years he spent In searching for
I. well driven which will furnish Dr. ,Rivers, through an extensive practice j the North Pole and returning again
tucky, Mr. D. W. Clark of this office, found his pocketbook swelling all guests of the church at the Gray-
I water for his tenants. to civilization, ond of the faithful
Miss Alma Griffin left yesterday stone.
who recently located here.
out of proportion, and decided to work
with relatives The services rendered to him by the two ,
for an extended visit gentlemen left thi. morning for
at PalM Beach, Miami. I Tom Little, who taught the schoolon The Maddox-Field players, who the scheme single-handed. their respective homes well pleased j ]Eskimo boys, Awelah and Wetooki- I (
the shore of East Lake last He purchased the large
were the attraction at the Pastime with all they saw while in shoo without which he admit. he
term, had the misfortune to lose his building on corner of Broadway and our city. '
Mrs. E. O. Hilton of ughman theater the first three nights of this could never h'ave reached the goal.
here pocketbook containing $22 while on week, did a splendid business and Possiel avenue find had it moved toa The lecture Was illustrated with y
spent Tuesday shopping among tho road from Orlando to KIssimmee lot in the rear of the high school.
dry goods stores proved themselves well up the scale E. 0. FLOOD AND scenes of the Voyage all along the way
our up-to-date
l( last Saturday, and which at this time of first class performers. Mr. Gard- For the past three months a force of and the icebergs they encountered

Miss Leona Roberson left yesterday ban not been recovered. ner, the manager' of that popular play- workmen have been overhauling, remodeling -I T. B. HENDRICKSBUY I and snow( houses they occupied on the

for Silver Palm, Fla., where she will Win. Montadoca who the house, is to be commended for securing and generally transforming way, together with photos of some of :,
manages the building, under the immediate direction I '
month relatives. such high class talent to entertain the animals they managed to kill for
spend a visiting big nursery at Narcoossee, was an I I his patrons, and from the size of of Dr. Rivers, who had pre- 1 1 food. r J

out-of-town visitor here Saturday. Mr.Montado'Pa I the audience that nightly visits the viously visited and made a thorough THE KISSIMMEE FURNITURE I Dr. Cook states in J
In this issue appears!! the spring stated there | I a plain, simple' ,
'A b opening announcement of Miss Bandy usual for was trees an this un- Pastime 'it' appears that our -people inspection of some of the famous .Sanitariums COMPANY FROM J.* way just what he did and what heaw "
demand young are appreciative of his efforts. of the country. EMORY KUSH. I and leaves it for the
k for March :20. ))"n't fail to attend. year and) he. felt justified in doubling Now everything in the building is decide whether or not he reached people the to if'Jft i,

the capacity of his nursery I Ben F. White, who lives at 522 in the pink of condition, room ,
Ii J. I R. Truesdale of Richland county, Hughey street has a small grapefruittree furnished with necessity every for the All the sales that take place in this top of the earth. ;',,
.\ arrivals who K. T. Owen, .J. H. Jones and F. H.Vandoosen every He says that the coldest weather he
Wis., is among the late growing in his yard, which is an care and treatment of patients suffer- city aer not land salese, for businessmen
encountered 83 and that the
enjoying our unsurpassed climate. Wauchula booster, were the of other Florida cities Was nights
are interesting sight, even to seasoned ing from any disease-whether it bea are turn- '
in the extreme north four
visitors to Kissimmee Wednesday, and are month.
Florida. The tree was planted three bad cold or a capital operationandfrom ing their eyes toward Kiasimmee as a '
l Miss Rosa Tindall, one of Narcoos- after taking a ride over the city ex- years ago: and has on it at present now on our people will not be place to invest their capital and engage long. _...
see's acocmplished young ladies, spent pressed the opinion that Kissimmeewas fifty-eight large and well developed forced to send their loved ones to in the mercantile line. The point finally reached was where
' Saturday enjoying the sights of Or- the most substantiallookingplace grapefruit, most of them in clusters Tampa, Orlands or Jacksonville to Two of Lakeland's foremost citizens the sun shone for full twenty-four '
' Vando. they had Been in ]Florida.C. E. O. hours a day and at no time did the-
of ten or twelve. He has several oth- procure the conveniences of an up-to. Flood and T. B. Hen-
human shadow
8 the of whichhe dricks are firm in the belief that Kis- lengthen or shorten
er trees same age, one date hospital. The doctor has paid
f Tax Assessor W. I. Barber is hav- J. Uoulden, who has been spending states bore ICO fruit this season. unusual attention to fitting the operating simmee has a great future, and this during. the entire twenty-four hour. ,
, ing a modem bungalow built on Clyde the past six weeks in Narcoossee Mr. White is also something of a gar- room and no operation, however week backed up that belief by pur- He said that there was nothing but !

.j avenue, and when completed will move. where he has acquired some valuable dener, and is eating new Irish pota- important it may be, but what can be chasing the Kissimmee Furniture a mark moving the sea of reached.Ice and no ''way to '

"J his family here. property, was a visitor to the city yesterday toes of his own growing every day.. successfully performed there. company from J. Emory Rush. These point .
Mr. Goulden will leave Monday gentlemen have installed E. O. Gar There has been. a bit of ad. 1
Dr. Rivera intended to throw '
*. Mrs. H. E. and little Miss for his home at New York but, D L. of the Semin- the open land as manager of the business and verse criticism.of Dr. Cook sine Mr. ',' <
Brian Rice/resident doors .to the public ,
Frances Bryan arrived will I return here in the early winter.In ol : company, afternoon,, that the equipment on Monday and that gentleman nays if close attentionto Peary returned and proclaimed himself
, visit the his arrived from Washington the real discoverer of the North'Pole
to with
In the city this morning family business and general] all 'round
) building might be inspected but since
\ family of Dr. M. J. Hicks. the St. Cloud primary held last D._C., last Sunday' night andIs this hustling amounts( to anything he will but we believe that the doctor is -
making announcement
. Tuesday the race for mayor was be- spending the week at St. Cloud. Mr. some very have one of the biggest'businesses in entitled. to credit for the attainmentand
!) G. t. Davis, one of the state" capital'sprominent tween Rev. Mr. Hackett, Rev. Mr. Rice is highly pleased with the progress sick patients have entered the hospital south Florida before the 1916. should] not be deprived cf It but
therefore the doctor is forced to year '
, Wescott, Mr. Lynn Daugherty and given credit along Mr.
citizens is here this week of the "Wonder City, and thinks The whole town extends cordial pith Peary

:, in attendance upon the board of extension Mr. Harding. The second primary the coming summer will show the larg- tion abandon, but the if conditions idea of a warrant public Inspec-will at welcome to these gentlemen,a and assures .. : .. perhaps they both' .succeeded in.
will be to nominate and will
required reaching the Pole.
':'j of the Methodist church. est'development yet seen in this sec some future date invite. the- public to them that their life here will
be between
ii Harding tion. In speaking of the growth of be
: be his at formal dedication'of one of profitable pleasure. I t
?,/ Desmond Little who- moved here Hackett. both St. Cloud and Kissimmee, Mr. the guests building.' a ..,, I Sunday at. the Baptist ,Charch. '

, from 'England- last summer and 'pur 'Cot'T.. J.. Watkins of Orlando was Rice was kind enough to say that in ... Kissimmee i is>sxceedihgly fortunate WOODMEN ELECT OFFICERS. '

4 chased the Woodlawn grove at Nar- in Kisiimrnee yesterday taking a retrospective his opinion( the, circulation of the Gazette In having Dr. T. M. Rivers numbered 1- : Sunday school si 8:45 a. m.:, 'N. C, ,

'/ coossee, spent Monday here.. view of the town and paid through the north and west' has among its permanent residents ,* Tuesday evening the Woodmen of Bryan superintendent. '

; t Mr. and Mrs. J. W.B eon.tteiyho the Valley, Gazette a very pleasant : been a most potent factor .-,."...'."", -. the World elected the following officers Let us have at''least-200 present S .5

sit. have- been.visiting J. -K. Billiard and call. Mr.*.Watkins has had print Mr. Andre Van der Meersch is 'in for the year 1914: / J. Dann., Preaching( by the pastor at 11'a.: m.'
t; family, are ookJng over Tampa this er's Ink.on his fingers and still lovesto receipt of a letter from W. J.: Burns PREST. THOMPSON C. C.!- Henry Barnes, banker and Subject ."Christ's Most Successful

't week and if suited-wfli\ locate there. hear the hum of the cylinder press. dated New York, March 11, in wjiich clerk; G. N. Saunders, A. L.; J. M. Sermon." :, '

,\ He was highly pleased with the equip- he crates that Mrs. seriously NAMES COMMITTEETO Crafton escort; Dr. T. M. Divers,physician Subject at night, "Christ the Friend '
YA Harry Hunter left Tuesday night ment of thr Valley Gazette.Col. ill at the Royal] Palm hotel, Miami, ; J. H. Bryan watchman: Lewis o.f Sinners." \;
north with pluresy, and that his daughter H. O'Neal, sentry and J. W. Pren It'
for extended trip through !. Jos. E.
an Guernsey one of Or- If burdened
tis and you are if are glad
R. E. Butler you "
!) and' west in the interest of his ex- lando's real boosters, and, by the way, Kloren-e would leave for that city INVESTIGATE THE COST AND W. G. Campbell
tensive the lower prairie. within a day or two, and as soon as board of managers. we will help and hearten you. _.
holdings on he is a booster for the entire state, MAKE PLANS
t here and Mrs. Burns is able to make the trip, The installation of these officers .Come and worship with u.
spent yesterday was a most
she will bring her mother to Kissimmee HEADING THE LAKE.In will take place on Tuesday
t The work on the United Brethren pleasant caller at this office. The evening A J. HOLT. Pastor.
church on Hilliard's island is to begin colonel is getting along in the three where she will make the Gray- of next week, when delegations from
,[ finished it will stone her headquarters until Mr. Van compliance with a. resolution the camp at St Cloud and Loughman
this week. When score class but is :yet one of the lead- Mr. Investor Are You Looking fer a '
. lie one of the best of its size in FIori ing men of Florida, and city der Meersch's bungalow is completed, passed at the last meeting of the city ceremonies to take part in the Home ,
... council, President J. W. Thompsonhas and the
when she and daughter will becomethe enjoy hospitality
, ,.f. ida. should be proud to call'him a resident. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Van der appointed Dr. T. M. Ricers andC. of the local camp at a miniature ban- Twenty-acre farm fenced and1 < It;<

j K.Jf. Lockwood one of Narcoossee's Mrs. H. A. Stephenson who has Jkeerwch. E. Yowell on the part of the city quet. cross-fenced, one-half cleared; good '3.;:
f. residents from the effete been spending a number of wintersin and C. A. Carson, J. M. Lee and J. D. house; flowing well; lake front Ask; r '
newly-acquired in the city yesterday Kissimmee and who owns a nice The Sunday school committee met Clarks on the part of the people acomm'ittee REGISTRATION NOTIC Mrs. Summers, 608 Penfield near
f east was Tuesday night, there being presentW. to ascertain the cost and Notice is hereby that Clyde, the second of
given the avenue west court a
home leave 1
his to the Valley here expects to next week rell'iatralion '
F and paid respects H. Jones_A. S.. Nelson! J._L. Over- make clans and specifications for bulk- books for Osceola house leading south
for her northern home at Bond Brook, county I :
Gazette. : )
l, a N. J. Mrs. Stephenson is a rgeular. street, Kev. W. 11. Ball and : Marc heading the lake front, and those will be opened at my store in Kissimmee -
' and subscriber W. B. Witherspoon. Sunday, gentlemen will] at once begin casting on March 15th, as required by LOST-A sunburst of- '
; W. P. Underhill, J. H. Walker for the Valley Gazette and 29th set for of the pearls. Finder
was gathering
.' C.. F. Walker, representative citizens has arranged for it to follow( her to Sunday school workers of the city at around for a man competent to make ]law, and will close' April 16th. will be rewarded if returned to Mrs.. 'I
, the and estimate the cost. 12-4t C. W.
.. ft Bassenger, spent Monday here, the north during the summer.W. the Methodist church at 2:30 o'clock The survey very fact that the council has. Supervisor of Registration.GRIFFIN Lenox at 104 West Clyde avenue.llltpd
Mr. Underbill'stouring
d j making the trip in N. Siver of Detroit, Mich., hupUTcha.ed and Messrs. W. B. Witherspoon andA. taken this matter .iip and made the -- ,
': car. M. Chisholm were appointed Committee .
the J. L. Moon place on appropriation for a preliminary sur-
Miss Elizabeth Martin of Hinesville, Brack street and will locate just as to arrange a program for the vey has attracted the attention of }f

Ga. who has been spending the winter soon as he can get possession. We occasion. This is assurance that the many people throughout the countyto ,
>1 with will gladly welcome Mr. and Mrs. Siver meeting will be interesting instruc- Kissimmee. and every day the Val
Florida Kissimmee
, in is now Elizabeth in Floyd, onRoyal into our midst and trust that they tive and inspiring and all concerned ley Gazette {s in receipt of letters
her cousin Mrs.
r street, may bring other friends from the should get ready for itThe from persons in the north and west COMINGJ.!

i #' north to become residents here. The first regular meeting of the asking when the work will be done, .

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Weidler and little sale was made through Mrs. Summers.The new C. L. S. Circle was held] last and saying that it is the greatestmove N'Brown's

spent Wednesday in St. Cloud Thursday afternoon at the home of forward our. city has yet at
I where Mr. Weilder is engaged in some ministers met Monday morningat Rev. S. W. Lawler Miss Brained tempted.
of Dr. Holt Messrs. .
the study A. J.
special work for the Seminole Land presiding.: The organization completed
Holt S. W. A M. Chisholm
Lawler : its list of officers by the electionof Stock
and Investment company.M.
and R.?v.W.Frank B. Witherspoon W. Pitman being was present.present :Mrs J. W. Prentis as presidentand THE BOARD Of I

D. Tindall, one of Ashton's prom- Miss Ledbetter as vicepresident.Miss Q
this as/ a visitor. They were pleased with
was here Brainerd was appointed chair-
inent fruit growers, CHURCH EXTENSIONThe
of house
the results the house to canvass -
week making arrangements to increase man of the program committee. As
the daily output of a lumber and are busy following up the an introduction to the regular course I ESENTING' :

mill] he operates at Whittier. 1-. same. of study for the ye"ar, which is to be executive committee of the 14j/
Senator F. J. Hale wife and, ]largely Grecian art and history.
,. daughter on Board 'of-Church Extension of the ;
/i' .. Ward Estry has resigned his position of Norfolk, Neb., who are spending Miss awler] gave a very clear and Florida Conference met in Kissimmeeon I
Dutton-Harris the winter in have been talk on Greece, illus SAM EDNA PARK
r with the company Florida comprehensive the 12th mat Dr. J. B. Mitchell of AND
r and'left Monday for Eustis, to assist the guests: of the Manhattan for two trating it by map. The regular meetings Tampa, president of the board. Dr. J.

his father' who is engaged in some weeks. The senator is looking aroundfor of the circle will be on the sec- E. Wilson of Lakeland, Dr. J. A. Hen-

contracting work at that place. .___ a place to upend his remaining ond and fourth Tuesday of each dry of Jacksonville, treasurer and G. .
j years, where snow is unknown and month. It is hoped that many new I. Davis of Tallahassee I

George Fewell who is largely Inter-.I flowers bloom throughout the year, ,members will join this reading ,circle. There wore twelve applications were present.before j ONE weEK

ested in cattle in the Rosalie section and says Kisnimm' just about fills Capt. J. Walter Mitchell, editor of i the committee to be passed
was here Tuesday for the purpose of !I the bill, although he will look a little and upon ; MARCH
the American Standard, published at sent up to the general board. The 3 0POPULA.R
4 closing a deal for several car marKets.loads of further before deciding definitely. Washington, D. C., is spending the I applications were from the various Beginning Monday

cattle to ship to western I C. W. Bruns, president of the Nar- week at St. Cloud, mingling business sections of the conference and aggre I, >
ooosaee Farm and Townsite company, with.pleasure. Captain Mitchell is a for donations $10,800 and for .tIo
S. B. Story, the Narcoossee in cattle-town I. with headquarters at Runnymede, was great booster for Florida and particularly loans $35,000. There were two applications n
man and fruIt grower, was this section. He makes fre- for for loans -
time transacting business here Saturday.Mr. help parsonage., I }
1 Saturday. "Just having old a friends good and Bruns 'stated that an unusually]) quent visits to the old soldiers' colonyat 91,260 and donations( $70CL PRIOES- .
I said he, "talking to St. and fails to There several here .
large number of people] had settled at Cloud never give a were gentlemen
) '. trying to get a line on local politics. Narcoossee this past winter most of glowing account in his paper of the to personally represent their apPlica-j

S. B. AjjUman" ,. prominent automo-' whom would begin the culture of dtus wonderful growth and progress? of. tions before the committee.
"' bile dealer of Klssimmee who has been fruit. During the day he was that city. He is advocating the e.- J. Watkins and J. L Gurnsey from PASTIME
in Tampa several days left yesterday In conference with W. J. Sears superIntendent I tablishment of a regular] United States Orlando Rev. H. T. Gaines and T. G. THEATRE

in his new automobile for home. Mr. of public instruction look army post at St. Cloud, which ..Wouldseem Owens from Lake City, Rev. M. T'I -
Anltman, formerly] resident of this ing to enlarging the school 'building I most fitting in view of the fact Bell]) from Zolfo. s'

*> dty once upon a time associated at Narcossee and .furnishing an addi- that at large portion of the population] Messrs. J. M. Lee and J. McPhatter'I !

li' in business with 8. Jacobs. They tional teacher, as he was convincedthe of that city are old soldiers St. Cloud represented the claim going in( from llPasfnrile PietJes "' '." ' 1e ct
I successful a number of big en attendance next session would and Osceola county..are indeed fortunate this church. I' P1ewe.. : : ;

{ were in real estate warrant such action on part ,of. the in having such friend asCap- The-church hers is! only asking for i " ... r .
specuIaUonL--Tampa: Tribune. board. V tain 'Mitchell. T' fG a loan and It .is to be hoped it will be ,1 'f.'t. .A '-
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f;0 Hi: 'C L. HYATT BLACK this Is the new south we hear so much, ..
{"W Physician and F Farms 'Wanted about, we prefer the'older r.nd.- l''
,ftJ ; 'Phoness Surgeon '_. "..' .' >.,- .. Mulberry Herald., : r; w. DflRJErr1t :

Ofilee,197 *Kissimme. I"," A woman's idea of a.Smart, AleckIs
t Florid 4 a neighbor who horns in when she
k, Res. 24& ANGUS CATTLE
'. 'Owners..Prices. ::1 I- is drying clothes in the house. 'Fire, Life, Health and Atcident.

t. J. \w.. SIMPSOU. .' -......;..... '.'. doesn't know It,but the sewing :
JAR ,, : : ', ,circle often' reviews the Bam9 INSURANCESuccessor
.. ; A* there seems ;t .btj quite an interest Leona J.--127247. ,'calved Aug. '
stories cl\ib.
he hear hill
., TDKNT1ST.Upstairs . In Black Polled :Angus cattle;,, 7, 1909-Ed Dane _______-____ 12T'Jtfay & )
.( Ln Katz Hullding. I Have Some or Aberdeen Angus. a* they are sometimes Blossom 2d 160269, red, calved .-- to
called, it might be interesting July 7, 1912 Dr. 165 "
I 9 a., m. to 12 m.QeriCK .-. .C Martindale'
1 yJ HOUMS: \ ,1:30 19 6SO: n. m.Telenhono to know' of ah article from the Breeder , Lulu Lock 160628, red, calved NELSON INSURANCE AGENCY, "

No.' 1" '', Jon 6, Ivr Gazette concerning: the'"Bale, of Aug: 17; 1912-Dr.'Martindale; 162 Ii ----- -. ..yi-
Want MoreAm Aberdeen 'Angus cattle. We call pe-, Ruth Locket 148905, roan calved TIlEBROADWAY
.' ."" cial attention of our cattle men to thi ., June 1, 1911-Leo Duer______" 130 Old State Bank Building '
p 1 Mt. W. W. CAU8ONDKNTISl'. It will be Interesting reading to readof : BlqMsom 127248, red, calved March

cattle selling for $300 apiece, some, 27, 1910-Ed' Kane ________u_ 140 t OOooooo.o.o .........
r I : at $350 ahd even at $575. Rosalie 148902,'roan, calved July

Not, a Land We should be encouraged by reason 11, 1011-Jas Cassidy ________ 140 ylxl
s Office over Cole's Jewelry Store of such a price paid for cattle,and Arabella 148897 roan, calved Sept. ,1\
!' j Office )Hours: H, 1L, 1-5 especially that they have taken hold 30, 1911-Win Reiner, Grand -J I\

If Office phoru16S I j Agent of. ouch an important breed. I Mound, la___:_________ ____-- 102 Fish and Oyster Market b03
.t, i. ; Residence 28: Williamsburg, Iowa, February Roan Fairy) 127256, roan, calved Broadway, corner Main street, E. E. Wells
Gas administered for extraction of teethiR.11. i. --:-- 19, a select offering of Angus cattle MaV' 12, 1910-G. M. McNeIL__ 140 now open for business.. ;
i ...
-_. Just because I wa sold from the Glenmere herd of Oxford's Choice 160934, roan, calved
,1\ nm using Real Estate Insurance
,... P. jLeahy. The cattle were in prime I Oct. 29, 1911-II. M. Ficke._ 137 Fresh and salt water fish received I
in the
-r URaSiOW :( space Valley Gazette co dillon, and the prices secured are Beauty Best 160930, calved Feb. dally.
: : '1 Bank'N Building ANn I and wearing a large list of good -- iafylnJt' evidence of Mr. Leahy's 1, 1912-S. Bretcher ---------S 137

f : 1 Citizens I properties which buyers. can have ability to produce a class of doddies of Lady S. 151578, red, calved Nov. Oysters opened fresh from ,
: Kissimmee, Floridat j, at the owners' prices it does not more than average merit. The coni 27, 1911--J. H. Bullerdick, Belle- the shell a specialty.
:, Office 297 or 64 sijrnment was largely the get of vuela---_________ ___ ____ 107 I MAKE A SPECIALTY OF RENTING ; ,
Phones: follow that I receive no remuneration Morning Star 2d the bull
', 14-lyrvF ; stock .that Lady Queen 127245, red, calved
Residence, 266. for my services. is largely responsible for the herd's Dec. 20, 1909-George II. Burge, L. J. CORNEYProprietor. HOUSES AND ROOMS
excellence. He is one of the greatest Mt. Vernon la---__ n_. __ 110Oxford's
M. RIVERS, M, D. I am' a farmer; a practical farmer show and breeding sons of the cham- Craib 160935, roan, calv- 203 Broadway Phonm 2TZ--1.:
I' and a most enthusiastic far pion Black Woodlawn. Competitionwas ed Nov. 1, 1912-11. M. "Icke__ 105 .
'PHYSICIAN and SURGEON mer. I feel that there is a great keen on the better specimens. Viola Lady 148909, roan, calved 1- -7" o
Fred. Reppert presided on the block, Jan. 3, 1912-Dr. Martindale-- -S.
OaceO3 Pharmacy future for those who in
Office engage
over Geo. II. Burge as assistant. The Proud 2d --
1 average Lady 160631, red, calv- .
ItesldcDce 5:1: farming!, around Kissimmee, and tam on the fourteen bulls was $207 ed Aug. 10, 1912-Wm. Herkel- 4040004000000004040Sprigg

PHONKS: |{ Ol1lce, IU! doing my utmost to persuade and on the forty-nine females $222, man, Elwood, la. ______. __ ____ 120 I -
Canadians, particularly, that they the fifty-five head averaging $218.
Gown and Heifer. EXPERT PIANO
L. WINN should get into the business here Glenmere Blackbird, calved April, Gloster's Kear 367190, red, calved FlemingI
W, as soon as possible I like this locality > 1905-F. J, McDonald, North j April 28, 1910-Charles Jan- '

PHYSICIAN better than any other partof English, la._ _-- _ __ -- __ ___$300 ugle/ Charlotte, I la_ u u _u ___ 170 TUNINGSpecial I
I Glenmere Blackbird Emma's Best :349643 red
9th, calved calved
Florida because it has the soil ;
Office 2nd )Floor Willson January, 1912-Chas. Freene, Aug.: 1, 1912-Wm. Valmour, De-
I RESII..NCC PIIONK KIBIIII...""".. the climate the strategetical location Wheatland, Ia. -- -- ---h u-- 200 witt, la_____ __ _______________ 275 attention to all makes of : PRESSING
OrncsrroNe1; FIOlU and every environment that I' Glenmere Blackcap, calved June, Violet's Sultan 300300: roan, calved [instruments "d

makes for a happy and prosperous I 1912-P. J. Donahoe, Holbrook, Oct. 20, 1912! -Wm. Beuck, DYEING

': t e. A.VANS AONKW: w..CRAwroRD I community KisMinmce will in la. __ n_ _h __ ____ __ ___ n 335 Bryant, Is------------------- 200 Charge for tuning $3.00, for next I REPAIRINGLeave
Glenmere Blackbird 6th, calved Shamrock 2d 349655, rod, calved 80 days.
.I TANS AGNEW: t CRAWFORDAT1CHNEVS ) time he the chief business center in October, 1908-P. J, Donahoe.- 275 April 7, 1913-J. P. (Cassidy.-- I Out of town orders solicited. ,: I 1 _
ty the most important agriculturalarea Hrookside Blackbird 24th calved Gloster Prince :394048, red calved

tf ;.', ) ATLAWOfttcm in Florida. Men of ability September, 1910-W. A. Mc- April 17, 1913G. M. McNeiL_ 160 R. D. FAIRMAN I word n my house and clo-.he
Henry, Denison) la---___ _ 225 I Gloster. Park 39'4647, red, calved i will l ixicr 1/ed lor and returned.
A-4 "-f Htlimt Uank HulMlnsKissimmee with means and with intent of I
pur- Phone 202 Box 197
Imp. Blackcap of Advie, calved May 7, 1913-Ed Burnett___ 135)I)
1' . Florida pone, are critically sizing the situation February. 1902-C. J. Martin, |I Victoria's. Best 349956, red, calved Kissimmee, Fla. Satisfaction Guarantcled000004J40000044044

,. up, and the fact that they are Churdan, is------------------ 2001Glenmcre Jan. :30, 1913-Robert Tray, l I ,_ -j

i. GEIGER, I making heavy purchases of various Blackbird 8th, calved Charlotte, la___ ______ ____ ._. 130 '
H.D. August 1910--Brown Clippard Craib's Secret 349952. roan, calved I
kinds of land indicates big --- ---- - -- -- --
Oak Ridge, Mo- h ___ __ ._ . 220 May 26, 1912-Charles Hen- |
, 4 ,; ATTORNEY-AT-LAW: I things for the future. Glenmere Blackbird .10th-A. E. derson ___ ___ ___ ____ ________ 140
, I After Kelly, Clarence, la-- 210 Master Lad, red-and-white, calv- J- '
, f. Office State Bank Building having as a newspaper Glenmere Blackbird 12th, calved ed April 15, 1913--John Mulvi- I

; Kissimmee. "Florida I man in Canada for more than' May, 1912-H. Watkins. Williamsburg hill, Charlotte, la_____ ________ 142 oodFence

.; \ twenty years I came to Kissimmee la- -_- -__--_ _-- ___ 220 Mabel's Baron'394650, roan, calved ii
\ Glenmere Erica calved Jan.* 15, 1913 Elliott Far-
: 'j determined to become a farmer, February, !
,, I .GEO. F. PARKER:; though I wax nearly forty 1907, and c. c.-Stanley R. wells Goose Lake, Ia- 1561 '
- ,I'I I' even Pierce, Creston, 111---- ____ 350 Bonnie's Lad 394642, red, calved I
I' _J", Attorney-at-La w. years of age. It had occurred .tome Glenmere Erica 5th, calved December May 7, 1913-John Maher ----- 100 ,
\ '
, \ Collections and Conveyancing years previously that there was 1909-11. D. Miller Red Gloster{I 394653, red, calved I

''. 4 I Specialties. room for more to engage in the Morley, Ia---------------. n- 295 May 1, 1913-Peter Henecky.- 1251
t:1: : ?' Glenmere Erica 7th, calved Octo- Lavender Best 394954, roan, calv- I fl
: ,r, ;' 112)4) Broadway.. business of feeding the millions of ber, 1911-Stanley R. Pierce___ 270 .- ed Jan. 2, 1918-H. M. Ficke160 !I '

,"I.1 I,' people who like to live in the cities. Eulema's Pet, calved January, Gloster's Fame 394645, roan calv- I I J1VCSV'I

t, .; /ji. I also l figured out that if the north- 1907-E. M. & E. D. Caldwell, ed May 7, 1913-S. B. Brftcher,

" <; F. KRIBBS: west was the nation's bread basket, Burlington Junction, Mo":______ 31f. Stanwood, la_________________ 185 I, i

' .'"', \i. ArrOKNEY AT LAW KlSSIMMKK.!: !;: "'LA.o Florida must he the nation's mar- Glienmere Erica 8th, calved Au- Gloster Lad 194646, roan, calved
: ; 1912 R. Pierce.. 175 25 1913 Robert
--- gust, -Stanley May Kelly
''." ; 1"\ Examination of Titles a Specialy. ket basket. I am glad I came. I Glenmere Erica 9th, calved May, Preston, la------------------' e 1 'IFI

1 j Notification and payment of taxes of am the man who about a year ago 1913: -Stanley R. Pierce ___hh It.', Queen's Boy 394652, red-and-white. f I -I. ar
.1 " non-residents given careful induced( Mr. Erskine Smith of To- Eva of Ersted, calved April, 1908; calved *pril 27. 1913-Pat M-> j

Y' 4 attention. ronto to come to Kissimmee and and. h. c. -O. R. Stevenson, Gorry, Bryant, Ia----- 122'' ) r J ..
, I 575; My Gloater, 394651, red, calved L
--- -
I' ,. 'J.-' buy Mr. Jim Miller's grove and II HildU.lcII'vt'd ;ch9 :i=il.Ii May 20, 1913-Richard Hughes, Mte i r ',.

1 farm for $12.000. I am the man Reed, Marengo, la---'_____ 500 Elwood, 115 +rr
T l Pat Joinston G. P. Garrett who took the management of that Thuriey. calved July, 1911-P. J. Sultan Clay a394666id.uI. ; ) if 111 I

A GARRETT .."___ . .
t: JOHNSTON place--even though I had never Donahoe h--U. 410 June 7, 1912-W. F. Wiese,
} : at Law Glenmere Queen 10th, calved De- Charlotte, la_________________ 280 I
,4 'i Offices 10, 11 .& 12 turned a plow before,'or pruned a cember, 1910-A. E. Kelly____ 205 Red Kear 394664, red, calved '
,;, .tree," or even knew. what commercial Glenmere Lady Lena, calved Feb- April 21, 1913-Chris Oendisr, ,
'..A, CUisens Bank Bldg., fertilizer 4'as and inside of ruary. 105-W. A. Schrader, Grand Mound Ia.__....___._, 140 I'

N K'isiimmee, Florida. eight months, converted it into a Victor, Ia.-- ______________.160 Gloster Boy 394644, red, calved ,I>
1ft t. judges Queen Lassie II., calved July 190 J { April 14, 1913Joe Cramey, |
yt iIti I farm valued by many, keen W. J. Miller, Newton, la .____ 315 I Charlotte, .la_: ___-_________=-_ 115 '
'+ i. \" IX 1..t.Coun.nlfor>UH O. AMKr T. FICTOH.. WAHLOWJnd fthCriminal I as worth 25000.. Queen Mitts calved April 1909 I Vanessa's Kear 394658, red-and-

,.t F Flortla! R. R. Comm. Court I have myself O. J. Hadley, Sterling, Colo. 3 r,0 white, calved April 7, 1913- I."
for smaller
now a Glenmere; Queen 12th calved lti.. Peter Beck, Maquoketa la_ __ 152
.. >! MASSEY place just to the east of Rrskine i j uary 1912-W. J Milk!i- :SOS) ; ,Sultan's Fashion 389505, red, calved ""
!{.j AND COUNSELI.OS: Heights farm which I am fixing up I Glenmere Queen 13th: calvr June,. Nov. 5, 1912-P. J. Compton,
1 1912: -Chut. Frcese :220iGUnmere Vail. la---------------------- "
LAW horn .
AT as my ? Anyone acquainted i
F ,- I ; Queen 14th, calved August : Whitehall Shamrock, red, calved
V'i Practiu* in all the Couru or the *.ta..* and oft with it till a few months
up ago
; Ul12.-W.1! A. ,
th. Lniuxl, Rtatm. also bcfora the Florida Railroad 'hI'lH"'r l..r) March10, 1913-Nick Otis, i
4 I'i f R, I CommtMttun. and u.. Int.nta Commarc*, I and who sees it now will note a (Queen Kstella I.., calved ;November ; i Preston, la_ _ _-- .- __ -_ 200 t'.
', Commiatlun 1910 ('has. I I
.' y1 difference I like work. FICCM- lii.'j;;
li 3 11.14Cnau.a.roiBtW ORLANDO. FLA. I ]1''j.l.. MIRsie: 2d 1, cah.t"1 .lugusl
r ,,I-;; ,II 1 rr Since the list( of the year upwards 190! -W .1. Miller t. lfii'riin ; } Sale of Shorthorns hams.The and. Polled Dur- Good fences--and lots them..-will '

Ir of thirty of my Canadian / /Pruie lith, calvedInly, 1910 l: ) ,\
f : ( ANDHEJOHNSON --.1 1 r,. Baldwin (Iscelat: lu YIP) first public: offering of Shorthorns ,
: ; I. friends have paid me "vIsit. I Pride .Patricia calved (Vioher, 1911\ I and PollAl 1 Durhams from the i iHillcrest I for
r ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR/ L w now have hnrge of several places' "' A. SchraJer _ .'00 herd of W. B. Bonnifield at grow money you. j
+ Will Practice in all Court and as more have notified me thnt Glcnmere Pride f>th, calved l Oito-( Ottumwa, la., Feb 26, resulted in an I

.l State and Federal they are coming this month, I soonexpect ber, 1911-(;ico. Benson, Stan- average of $125; on thirty-nine head.

Y D e v Ofiico adjoining Broadway to have more I plan shortly wood, La'----------- 215; ate The form cattle were presented in moder- Fence off farm into suffi- :
and prices ruled lower a
; Citizen Bank Ki.Ilmet'F' . Glenmere, Pride fith, calvc'i i Janu on your :
to have a considerable force at this account. The >
l | ar)'. 1912-J. -1. Baldwin 180 roan yearling ;
"l work upbuilding run down proper- tifcrnette; calved July, 191? .1. J. Whitehall Marshall, was the top bull
i, H. JENKINS ties and converting rough lands Baldwin u ______. JOO selling at $285. Alex. Calder of Nebraska cient number of fields to get the
(.k was the buyer. The rest of ,
t' into I'mere Lucy, calved April tHC! I
SURVEYOR productive habitations. I -J. L. BnUwin __ 110 the offering was distributed to Iowa

That is how I plan to make my I Heatherbloom Lady, calved q July, buyers.with the Fred Reppert did the selling; proper rotation of crops and the most i ;
t1rr, 'g Fraternity Hall Kissimmee, Fie 1912-J. I. RaMwin . . 120 assistance of Messrs. Burge
living from -
now on. I will assume and Cooper The fourteen bulls N
Glenmere Nose averaged '
called )February -
IlICKS' ) full charge and responsibility for 1911-W.'ay J. Wilier -__ 115 I; $115 and the twenty-five advantageous pasturing and your : F
J ... J. the improvement of any property Glenmere Nosegay :2d, calved ,,
r Cows and Heifers. I
DR. March, 1909U Stanlev R. Pierce 145:
I no matter how big or how small, -
Physician Red Lottie 100453, red, calved
r' .- I and undertake to convert Gardner Queenley, calved April', June 20 I cash returns each.' season are boundto
r' h and Surgeon any prop- 1899-Joe Reed. Delta Li- 110 1911-G. B. Fuller,
i I Office Phones erty into a profitable purchase. I I Glenmere.Noseta,: ) 6th, caI..L-d (October Kirkville, Ia.---- _.$150

vz Stats Bank BId Office 41-Res. 40 do not profess to be a "know all," j JI I 191'2L.: Mallwin _ iOZ; '. I increase. At the same time fences 't\
t but I do know how to find out whatis i Glenmere Minnie 2d 1, calved ()c- THE "NEW" SOUTH. I ( -
tober 1911J. E. Reed _. 105
best to lx done I
and I am not E.

..oo.o.oo..o.oooooo oo. afraid to undertake to see that it Glenmere Imperial Bulls.,/ calved May, "Once vpon a time" there was a I are an asset, as they add greatly to ::

ann & Dann is accomplished I, 1913-W. Reiser. Mt. Vernon Ia.170 man, born of the south, bred under "
Glenmere Diamond Joe, calved her sunlit skies, who took a trip
-' x j 4' Another thing, I have been promised June; 1912-W. H. Johnson, through some of the northern )I the value of any farm. :.:

; !. eery Company101 backing/ enough to assist. me to Barnes City, la____ _______..:___ 215 and while on a street car, .
? materially change the aspect of a I,, Superbus, calved August, 1912- crowded, arose to give his states'l "fy
s Broadway considerable W. H. Watkins _______---...--._. 276Flashlight lady who had entered and was '
area of this district, to find We sell good fence---American :
As he
L., calved June, 1912- one. got up he. heard I .
and I hope soon to see a realization I Chas. Freese _n____._____... 216 some one "That's a southern ';1..
Operates the Cleanest IStore of the plans now contemplated. Lucky Strike, calved- September, man." It made him feel proud to be

A and Sella the Freshest <@t'oceries 1912-C. Barry, New Albion, of the .southland, a land whose men Field Fence---made heavy and strong

of House in Ki immee. I Strangers who feel like Minn. --------_-___ -_______ 345 could be known by their courtesy to .
Any !! about women. We feel that he
me could be
ing taking charge con'ult-I Osseot calved March, 1913G. A. excused

. ..oo..oo.t..O'.o.o .. of their properties in this Manning Birmingham, la_____ 130 and if held he stood his head just a a little little higher straighter at- to last. The prices are very reason-
Count Victor calved
1'1' 4 .or within reasonable distance of June 1912- thus
I E. K. Kelly. Atlantic Ia- being designated "a southern
r I Kissimmee, are invited so. 200 man." And as he looked around and able. We invite call
Gene L., calved February, 191a., saw" the you to and see
k 'R:1 PARKER Thosi; who have not yet sent me I J. A. Schrader, Geneseo, 111____ 135 ear attention crowded with men who ..
no whatever to the
Bonnie Boy, calved December paid
full particulars of any properties standing, lie was glad he did not
I 1912-Bert Miller, Lisbon 1.__ 145 .
TbE;TAILOR they may wish to sell,' should. do so Isabella 148901, roan, calved Dec. live in a state showed so us.
at once. I 27. 1910-Thos. Jackson, Vail, Several feeling for the gentler sex.: ,

1 la. ___?.)_____.--___i_.__-_-_ 130 above years have passed since the
.if Ditrliagtoa An.. AddressAlf. I Fair Lilly 95168, red-and-white, ing out occurrence.from Tampa's The other great day Qaspar-, com

t W. i i calved An!*.10 lt08-Ed! Kane illa celebration, this same Osceola
Law I} Preston Ia.-.l: : :___ __ man/ was Hardware
_-- __ 132 on the train. Two ladle came in and .
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'1t 'Thrasher I m'u.Mar" 160627 calved ;
'k ; I I reds there were no '...t&. II. arose and
r, ''I...".. .. The 'Development I ef Modern"; ModelFarms f, June I, '1912- -E. A. Rowan, gave his I seat to one of thorn-.the
\ JIaqubketa, Ja.. _________ 102
( r ,8BU:1.MET i.i ? w.i other stood up. He looked around and ,"
>o : : (. WORE (,Red Lady 160632, red, calved June many of the aeats wen filled with ;5 'xIV

Steel'l'CXIU,.*;. *;KpecJally., ,. Boxl45,.-- J tMiss. 111 1Z-tr.) : Martindale ..... 160 men, some southern men men who The. Favorite Store of! KIlmm($,

..- PoJt +P4t 'It..,. ....... Fl.W..R Ki.mmee.F1a. ' Lockett 160630, red, calved claim to be gentlemen, and yet'not
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.. .. > Janer7.m; ] : Ed. Kane..,,..,. 105 offered "
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1FRIDAY. \; '*.j' 't t.l' .. Q7'/1t'' .*- .,.... ..t,. a, t lfF.-T"-r'-

...... ,MARCH ,13. 1914 :T.HE"" 'X'SSIMMEE' :,YAlLEY.: G A 2'E'T T:E i'I o' . \ >* tiimil

tiiniiiiiiini in ., 11 M I 11 111 .Ml ENDEAVOR i
> A < CHRISTIAN ( ,t ... ','
0 A;. ci.R5ON. J.t. .,CRANrOBA ..I.1.UrEn.. ,
Freald- V>o-rr sUstj1' ,e t+taer '. \
There has been another; wedding in ..

the Endeavor circle, that of Miss Au-
"1-ora L. Miller to Mr Ray.,G. Edward, WANT
j1' KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. .1 both Ruskirw'' The happy affair wa DO YOU!

March 4th, at tha home of the bride, ; .
and many. friends and relatives shared 34( . '.
in the festivities and rood wishes '- .... '
,l for the young couple, Xllssj Miller : 'Pfuif.' ', ..> :
Rough and: Dressed .*.. . .r /I was one time the district secretary of : : : Pasture. .
district and ranked .
Southwest. as one 'I' ,, : .. f.
of the moat beautiful and accomplish: \ Q "' .
ed women Florida Endeavor .. '
PINE LUMBER ever won from a northern state union. ''' Farmng wGyjzittjg_

The new home JfVfcbe'atJRyBlcln., lie) ._ --T ; ".
.. local EndeavoreisVsU,:r.ot" 1033= Mr. ": r is' .
1 + and Mrs. Edward. Too often it seemsto .. V Tlmber.'rLANDS ># ,"

, t us we Rive our nicest girls to youn's: I Trucking. v., . :, '.: .... r., .. .........
HOUSE BILLS men in some far-distantJitkte. Florida. . A SPECIALTY needs them right along ...,... ,,:. ' '

t I Worthington Blackman, president of : / .
;' the Gainesville society, will give the . }"
" ' " " ',' ." " mintSuccessor , " II welcome address at convention which :.. : .
will be to D. B. Curryof :. .' .
responded by ,. .
Jacksonville, district Northeastern J1 .';.." -, .'"
'. '. ., ;- ,.,,;
1 CARSON: FARMER Our program is now practically worth I Have Them for Sale in Any Size',Body" '. ,
be well
completed and is to one 1
:IN.SVRANC. ::: : .= to- enjoy. Mrs. John Coffin, "
state W. C. T. U. superintendent for I From Ten Acres: to One Hundred y . '
to the Dozier Leitner .
Agency the Sunday school department of temperance -
work, will take part in the r
Thousand Acres.A .
State Bank Building symposium on Christian citizenship '
Saturday evening lion Chris. Matheson -
mayor of Gainesville, will deliver Letter Addressed to Me Will t
'- the principle address that session. ; .
Rev. Ceo: Waldron, state superintendent -
CTA. CARSON, President N., C. BRYAN Secretary. for the Congregationalchurch Full Description and Terms'of

will be a. promnient worker at .
Gainesville, and will also help repre-
The Waters & Carson sent the flourishing; society in San- ..
ford. His special address will be in FLORIDA'J
the missionary session Saturday aft D. G. McKAYKISSIMMEE

ernoon, subject, "Mites of Widows and
Grocery Company Others." Mr. Waldron is especially
good in two divisions of work, benevolent
giving in a systematic way, anduptodate -
. methods in Sunday school - -
plans. "We hope he can tell us many I
things we need to know.when we get
Wholesale and Retail Dealers InGROCERIES
together at Gainesville March 27th to .. .
-- -
-- -- -- --
29th. II I -
A La Verne Spafford( is to arrive at I ceiving the spraying machine, the e
Jacksonville early on the morning of work was somewhat belated. But -- a
the 19th,. and be the guest' of metropolis I good results were obtained in spite of -
workers during the day. In the this. Bordeaux mixture"(4-6-60)( ) was .
evening he will hold a service with I I used in this experiment. The machine AnnouncementHaving
00000000000000000 000000000 .00 ..00 the friehds of the city, and then/go I was one' which had the pump gearedto
0 0 0 down to Orlando on the night train the wheels. The barrel held fifty
o WE SELL: O. WE BUY: Mrs. Spafford is in that city this gallons, and the nozzles we-e so ar
o HAY, 0 -0O spring, at 411 West Amelia"avenue.. ranged that five rows could be spray purchased the Garage and Equipment of S. B. Ault-
0 o HIDES, Wish the friends near- enough would ed ,at one time. But on account of man, known at the rCitiimmee Auto Company, we wish to announce a
GRAIN, look her up. The vacation for the the inefficiency of the pump, only thirty that we will endeavor to give Every; Customer full value
O O. FURS; 0 Michigan field man is to be brief, but gallons of the spray were applied f
o FERTILIZERS, 0. it would be nice if some of the so- per acre. Not less than fifty gallons) for every dollars work or business given us.
0 0 WOOL, I cieties near Orlando would get together should be applied to an acre.
We hope to make of it Garage Headquarters for all Automobile
o SHINGLES, 0 0 and ask him to speak to them The sprayed rows kept a greener
.0 0 o about the work so progressively donein color during the season, and they Accessories and solicit your patronage.. F
ORANGE BOXES 0 O ANDO the north.A yielded more cucumbers than tht un- .,
o We believe that a satisfied customer is our cheapest medium n
O' recent copy of the St. Augustine sprayed rows. Four applications were
ORANGE WRAPS, o. ALL Record had an excellent picture showing made during the season, with a week of advertising and we ask you to give ui a trial.

O o. the Deaf and Blind }school basket or ten days between each spraying. . ,
O VEGETABLE CRATES, 0 0 COUNTRY ball team. They are all Endeavorers, The cost of spraying was figured on Osceola Automobile I
o. we think, in that group of the basis of four sprayings for twen-
fine-look-I cents. The cost of teams and
O CRATE NAILS, O. PRODUCE. ing young men. ty-three '
O Q have you 'seen the new booklet out i labor was $28, and the material cost J. F. O'Berry Propr. L. G. Bonnie, Mgr -
00000000 ..0 ...0.. from the State Children's. Home and i $35, making a total of $63. 3
40000000000000000 -.- now the latest news is that they are The average price of cucumbers being S
to have pictures of these bright- Poking -I $1.CO per basket, the gross gain I .
We aell field and garden seed of all kinds. little folks in moving picture way. by spraying on twenty-three, acres
We 'give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. What: next! I was 30060. Deducting the cost of ,
Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. In Tampa the Scripture reading last i spraying, which was $63, and $26 for
We are county agents for <.-od fertilizer.. A.k... .r circular mad week in an Epworth League meetingwas i deterioration of the machine, the net Choice 5 Tourist Trains

Jpric Oft fertUlmera. in three languages, English, Span- : gain on twenty-three acres was ,
ish and Italian. This sounds like $212.50. .
= c:=. =-=--=-==- =- is
- r "world-wide Endeavor" brought right Cucumber and cantaloupe blight North and Northwest"Dixie t
down into Florida. I caused by a fungus known as "pseu- .
There is a fine society near Kis- doperonospora cubensis." The diseaseis I

simmee, at nion Center. Our state spraed by the spores, which are "Seminole Limited".r
president, Rev. Wyandt, is pastor, and borne on the under side of the leaf,, Flyer" .
the new concrete church edifice for and, as stated above, have in mass a
Florida Homes the United Brethren people is "go faint violet or smoky color. The spores "Dixie limited" "South Atlantic Limited"
ing Mp." fall on the upper side of the leaf, germinate .
. Our pastor, wideawake, is Rev. O. and penetrate the epidermis. "Montgomery Route" ,-..- (, ;
N. Buckwalter of Lake Magdalene. After the fungus .enters the leaf it

His church members are all Endeav grows in the tissues and kills the cells. Via : ,
and ,
orers, and nearly all Quiet Hour and Finally the fungus again bears eta
Tenth Legion members, also. The spores on the under surface, and these '
Saturday, morning prayer and praise are blown about by' the wind to start Atlantic Coast-Lil: E e"

service is to be led by Mr. Buckwalter, new infections
Investment.sWe .when we get to Gainesville. "
Interlachen, March 9, 1914. I Standard Railroa"aof the South
II I The population of the earth is ri'i

0 :'Oi t 04v Ot+: O'44v84 ? I slightly over: 1,900,000,000, an increaseof : Pullman cars Jacksonville to Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati, *
have splendid tract 01 land containing seven and one-half acres 1 140,000,000 in the past four years Louisville Grand and intermediate
Indianapolis Cleveland Rapids
| i the Bureau of Universal
overlooking the town of Kissimmee with beawti- < CUCUMBER ANI\) CANTALOUI'E according
Rolfe street, I I
fronting east on Statistics of Antwerp, which has just point .
lul view of the town, all in cultivation was planted to velvet beans last year .. announced its figures for 1912. Asia DINING AND OBSERVATION CARS

nd is in /fine shape for putting out grove of citrus frutis. This property is just <' By O. F. Burger. now has 933,000,000; Europe, 484,000000 ,- I For tickets and information call on Atlantic Coast Line ticket

outside of city limits, where taxes are very low, where a prosperous home can I
">e had with advantage of graduating children in high school, and then have ff < f* * >> >O > > * O- 187,000,000; Oceanica, 57000000. orJ.. G. KIRKLAND Division Passenger Agent 7
The world's now amountsto
Price. $1,500. Terms if desired. commerce Tampa 9,
Fla.I .
hem home every The cucumber and cantaloupe cropsin $40,000,000,000, and it ns carried on r ,
Florida are attacked every year bya I by 55,802 sailing ships and 47,714 .
Same party has fifty acres about quarter mile from city limits. One-half disease known in different localitiesas I steamers. Other figures show a totalof

I this land is good citrus fruit land, balance good farming nad trucking land blight, rust, or fire blight. This 625,000' miles the of railroads or y1 fYfyl lyl fY7 fy1y1y1Y1 $.$ 1e.11 Y1Y1y1 1 f. .
This will make blight causes greater or less loss to enough 'to girdle globe twenty- I.
land with good water. a
nth little low land on corner of the weather five times. '
a I grower, depending upon
lendid combination farm with city advantages and yet enjoy the' freedom conditions. The disease is favored by A debt of $42.960,000,000 is the total j RARE CHANCE IN SUBURBAN HOME j,

fcountry( life. Price $50 per acre on terms. Also ten acres of land in i rains and cloudy weather. In seasonsof shown in the acocunts of all the nations J I As other interests prevent my living there I offer for Mile mjr

indale, less than a half mile from city limitse; good land f for grove purposes. little rain and plenty of bright days' of the world. Of this total pub ffj place on Fish'Lake. four and a half miles from Kitttmmee and equidistant .
..ed. Owned by a widow who desires to the blight makes slow progress. In lic indebtedness thirty-two milliardsare jfj from St Cloud.
and two tracts are unimpr the of 1913 the cucumber -alone A
spring crop charged against Europe
tract it worth $750. Desirable terms of payment can be arranged on all was badly attacked in the southern century ago the public debt of all countries This property comprises over 20 acres of good land, and hat

lands, and their quality and location isTndeed very fine. part of the state. The season was ex- amounted to only a little over 660 feet on the lake front. Excellent fishing.\ .. y
ese ceptionally wet and cloudy, and consequently seven milliards. The land is half fruit and balance muck. Has house almost

of land containing 600 res'located close the blight caused a heavy new, story and a half 30x30 ft. Hat water in the house tWo wells t+j
fine tract I. I'TI"'
We also have a very MAls t'M! I'IHI %
good school and church; 500 acres splendid prairie land, covered with an loss.The disease makes its first appearance (one of these is flowing) cf fine artesian water, good. out-buildingt/. i

o of cattle do not require'any feed on this pasture except'the in the field on the older leaves at I'ncl r arid by vlrl u,' 'pnwff barns and chicken runs.
xcellent growth grass; lake fencd hog-tight into two pastures. the center, of the plant. Yellow angu- x.rah-t In me. I. J W iJinI; ..\ front a prtty ; 'It KlorUlH. d. her.-bp HIInourioe -
natural grasss; on arl spots bordered bX veins will be ) t
service with Kissimmee and St. }
a four-room proclaim and derlur.' thnlon with station adjoining. Telephone
One hundreds acres of orange land, no improvements except detected. These become more distinct, clTtlotl will !b. held nl I hi- City Hall
[ well and stables. A fine combination stock and grain farm, with grove and if the weather is favorable there lit RHld city, during IhiIrital. hours olottftfr Cloud. Title to property perfect. Price very reasonable and terms 4-
house bargain. Will introduce buyer to owner, appears underneath the spot a faint \' on Saturday. IhiMli dut olMnroh. given if desired. Apply to J. W. Prentis. Box 196 Kissimmee. Fla.37tf. s
Hands.'and can be had at a great A I1914, for th- "iiurpoH ol '
We have other good propositions, and violet powder, which consists of the <-l".'tlfiK the following offlt.iH lo ....n.'
with whom you can deal direct. many spores of t.heJ'ungus. The older leaves a trtn ot one year, \'Iz
Y1 "I Yt Y1 y1 y1 $ yl yl $ y1 y1 YI$Y1 Y1 :rk
1 solicit correspondence. are always affected first, and the One Mayor. t 1 1 t i 1 1 ,
One flerk.
young leaves at the tips remain green One Marshal and Tax (v.II.|l -<.l,i w
the longest. One .
to serve It term of two y. HIH --
The make
rarely -
growers preparation Two member of ("lty ("ourx-ll"
NELSON REALTY CO. to cpmbat the disease until the I hereby appoint II M I'fann. K fI r
crop is badly affected, when it is too I Vans Affnew and lay IjlvtnKfftoii HK '
Inspector*, and J. VV Prentln as rlrrkof
late. with Bordeaux mixtureis
Spraying Bald election THE H. G. SIEVE t 1I
State Bank Kissimmee Ha a good preventive, but is not a cure In witness. whereof I 1- have hereunto
Rear of for the disease. It has been shown set m,' hand as Mayor of mild city. und.
caused the Heal of Bald city to he heie-
that if the vines are sprayed
unto affixed thin 27th day of KehruarvA REALTY COMPANYNOT
with mixture the dis-
oughly Bordeaux I). IBM a
ease can be controlled. The spraying, (Seal JV LILLY. ;
however, must be commenced when Attest Mayor of Kleatnnnre I :Kl-DI rill IN THE TRUST
rll-nKKT. Clerk.
the plants are young, and be repeated --- -- Stock Fans If
-- Ukemt'4wce $
'" --- --- 10,000 acre a bargsJa ,
week or ten days. The first
every ,
spraying should be made when the 5.00 per acre. -: ate

You should read regularly plant has about four leaves. It is essential IN: COURT OF- TUB eOL'JIiToIllJ'E.. Prairie Lastd, Orange er...., High Ha us.dt Lands, TisberLuub ........ 4
to keep all the young leaves .. _Is
I. Eat.d I. R. H r r. O
j coated with the mixture. The copper'in C....,.. at Afl Price aad .. Easy T.... .
the spray is poisonous to the germinating To all Creditor. Legated Distributee!. 2,000 aerte Stock Reacts, will ucla.... ball. Take.
of the It is and all Persons having Claims or Demands
spores .
fer ether real estate 1.1 .
The Valley.Gazette order against said Estate: -j.,1 -
necessary, therefore, in to keep
You and each of you are hereby notified
the vien healthy, that the foliage and required I to present anj
should be kept covered with the mix claims and demands which you, 01Ither Orange Groves all sizes and prices
of you mar have against thestate
Greatest Weekly Newspaper"Nothing ture. of I. K. Homer deceased, late of
"Fl A spraying experiment was earned Osoeola county, Klortda to the under.1tnod KlSSrMMEE FLORIDA I ,
LA Gmlation on, in co-operation with a grower, for administrator of said estate ,
_fa : .
5u hereof "'
e of within one year -from the date
the purpoee of testing the efficency .
5c Boraewx mixture in controlling Paled Fe ruarlJ.Ju.b AAD.ilt'J:

. $1.50 Year I CopyVYykl.tnnb.aE'aA blight On account of the delay in re- 10-lt Administrator.. 5.


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'TH] 1r: .,,. ,. l. 7 ' FRIDAY"' ; 'MARCH, 13', 'til k

'f VI '
STOMACH" 1 Ii I an opportunity for a dishonest ship "

FARMERS'PURCHASING I', ,per to send out material,, not up to A FREE *?.. .

,1' SUFFERERS ,]I claim sample ihat, c.'IOlIeehi.the material.' draft and then rep) - ;\ .I & : LOmSVILLE&NASHVILLE, I & M ,
"Ns L L. ti
.re' lr -;- ,!resented. In actual' practice however; ' "

1f "V wi WI.hwTo Obtain Compl U 1 the weight of the business we have Li. .* .rz:, o.AaOFFERS ".
"; "' And .rmn.nt Results Try'Mayr'M 1 I handled has been such that/'where INLAND L
low grade seed only ii )left In seed w' .
Wonderful Stomach Remedy) .. j house 'for instance, they< havefre..quentjy' , :, J3JJPERIOR! SERVICE TO

Out DOM Wig Convince Yea T -' '. refused to_. quote us' prices; ,CINCINNATI. -' CHICAGO : ST.; LOUIS'L'OUISVILLE

r rating frankly the! reaaon...The cleanness INDIANAPOLIS CLEVELAND DETROI P'
t. of our plan brings out the, belt WATERWAYf BUFFALO '
that Is in the wholesaler In response." .
5twopht Of course there is danger of lost

and strayed shipments,-and of.claim SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED; MONTGOMERY ROUTE

being necessary; but incidental ( "Lv.. Jacksonville! ,,,.___-... 8:16: pm Lv. Jacksonville .
........ 8:05
Has Proven Successful St. River pm
: In to member the usee.thetextMange' whetherthe OJ' buys Johns To AT.Ar Lexington Knoxville: __?tx.--r12Q0: 6:45: n'a Ar. Montgomery ....-..t' 8:60 am
; ; pm
Ar. Birmingham .12:10
direct. With he. getswholesale Ar, Cincinnati __ _.. : ,, n'n'
us ? _? -, 8:50: pm ,
Ar. Nashville.._._.__..
Southern Pennsylvania. prices, highest grade of good ,and A : Cleveland/i_.._.___" :: am s.aupm'r
w Key \West Ar. Evansville ;__?_?__ 1:85am :
of Ar
system tracing anllfolJo\1ine- ship Detroit 7145 am
------ ",--- !
Ar. St. Louis ... .
.. mrnti thai minimices danger of loss. Ar. Grand Rapids : 2:45 ? ...
*-A pm
._. .._. .
Ar. Chicago 9:88
We have had several claims for lost : ,? am '
DEPARTMENT AGRICULTURE Ar, Louisville __?_.;.__._ 9OOpm -
r shipment to adjust, but adjustment is THE;' OBJECT OF A BILL IN: 'Ar, Indianapolis --?__.;_ 7:00"Jt; DIXIE FLYER .

M- ,, 1IIap"a .....,..t MMM *..*.f li well DESCRIBES PLAN WHICH HAS *, has always". ) been prompt.' and satisfac- TRODUCED BY SENATOR Ar. Chicago___________,, 7:10 am '
VMWH the.....ntr'. Many' itiouMndmtopU PROVED SATISFACTORY DIXIE _
tbrpucHatil ) : -toryThe FLETCIIERWOULDTAKE LIMITED LV. Jacksonville _.._ 8:25pm n
km taken i jt for Stomach, Urcr. sad : price of seed of certain -kinds ,
' } and marvelous n- AS AN ENTERING OVER EAST Fastest Train to the West Ar. Atlanta ___--._____: 8OOalrt
: Ailment
'e, r I"i.JottMinil ahcl a. hicfcly praiunc report It to other. WEDGE. varies with market quotations. In our .. Lv. Jacksonville ______--. 9:35am Ar. Chattanooga ___----12OOn'w. \
.AMpniifcUic benefit! mfleren ban received forms for orders this is provided for COAST CANAL Ar. St. Louis ___________ 2:05pm Ar. Evansville ___'-_____. 9:13pm
,. f TTB from one dot are jorar4..I.. *It wj>whrr*ever and by a clause in which the member Ar. Chicago __h________ f:60pm! Ar. Chicago ______?__-... 6:60am"South :
, vxfJaln.aan It.those tremendou a Kied with __rarely II. Urer Washington, D. C., March 10.-A agrees to pay a higher price, where (By Winfield ones.) ----" -- .. --- -.-. -- -- .
t" a ( and laiartlMl AJ"._'.. 1.*!..>..-. successful farmer' purchasing agency prices have risen between the quota-
4 latMttM*, * has been developed 4n the mountains tion to him and the receipt of his order Washington1, D. C., March 6.-Senator Atlantic Limited is solid through train, with dining cars,
I Fwf.u: ::--1'-. .. '... T.ep5dLvw of southern Pennsylvania. While the 'by the seed house, provided the Fletcher has introduced in the coaches and sleepers to Cincinnati; through sleepers to Louisville, Cleve-

i'r try'lhly ,.tisaatlrna1.remedy. 'I ,,: benefit.. should stomach"by a l suffer roeans, plan is somewhat deficient (I.n theco- invoice clearly shows the new unit senate a joint resolution providing for land and Indianapolis daily and to Grand Rapids Monday add Thurs-

r ;it .'.,who have taken MIa7". w........ ttum.silt operative'principle, it has proven very' price, weights .and totals so that he the appointment of a commission by days. I
;' n.r .., base received il In moat caneitaaltnf. can check the transaction. In actual the president to be composed of an
1, / a one. After you hare taken this satisfactory as entering wedge in officer retired officer of the Dixie Limited "nd Dixie Flyer solid through trains to
candy you bodld be able to digest and as.t this community. In the belief that practice this has often occurred, but or engineer are Chicago,
, ' __18.. your food, enable the heart te pump the plan br some variation of it is has never resulted in complaint.The corps of the United States with coaches, dining cars, drawing room compartment and observation.
t fore red blood to every part of the body, ,;iv- worthy of trial in other buying of Inferior seed, fertilizing army, an officer of the United States sleepers ;sleeper through' to St. Louis on Dixie Limited, over five hours -
nrmneu and strength to fibre and muacle.toitre many sec from civil life fastest and only out. .
anr and one one night
andtoior material other farm person
and -
and sparkle to the eye.clearness tions, the rural organization service supplies inlandwaterway
J.( to the complexion and activity and brilliancy has recently sent out a letter describing has been a limiting factor in looking establishing a free Route .
Montgomery has sleepers through to St. Louis daily and ?
I to the brain. Do away with your pain production and has direct bearing from the St. John's riverto con-
it to number of its I a
a agents.In
with necting
and this I. olten sleepers to Chicago.
and enfferinf
reed one dON of III."". W.......possible,.! ntoaanekBanaiiaT working out the plan it was re- on the cost of production and on the Key West, Florida. literature. and bookletieeeribinr alized that it must satisfy every one present high cost of living. The far- This contemplates the possible tak- --

a, ('.... H. JMayr Slomarh, Mil. .Ailment.Chemist, enl I5 .156 fire Whit-by concerned in the operations of buyingand I mer} totally unorganized, or so organized ing canal: over if suitable of the Florida terms can East be Coast ar ELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAINS WITH THROUGH SLEEPERS AND

1.. S.., CbicafO, selling. This would include the that he is still a prey to unscrupulous I DINING CARS. FAST TIME ROCK
business houses and vic- ranged. '
+l wholesaler, the farmer, the city and a
& ', .For Sale In Kiss'immee lif country banks through which trans- time of hi sown carelessness and lack Provision is made in the resolution' NO DUST OR DIRT. .a
4 I j action must be cleared, and the railroads I I of forehandedness, requires some 'orI of a somewhat parallel route in case .
j '
reached I For reservations, information ask the tickent
terms be address
: j which must the freight. : paniration which will buy for him, at' satisfactory cannot agent or :
) And Druggists Everywhere. carry I canal II. C. BRETNEY Florida L. & N. R. R.
\ The kingpin of the plan-says the reasonable prices, materials which will with the company. Passenger Agent 134 Bay St.,
. I letter to the agents-is the order form I do the work as he plans it to; be done. The object is to establish a free Inland Jacksonville.. 11-8t

a d't bill of lading. This is negotiable, rep- The exchange was organized to meet waterway for transportationalong i
.' I resents ownership of the property and I the pressing need. I II the east coast of Florida, to be

j SINGER SEWING MACHINE must be surrendered (properly en- I The letter sent out to the agents of maintained by the government.The .
AGENCY dorsed) to the railroad before the1 { the rural organization service had as I resolution was referred to the
I'" property. will be delivered. ; inclosures samples of certain blank I comerce committee, and Senator
Long in advance of the time when, I forms used in connection with the ex- I Fletcher hopes to have it favorably I II
;; 26 BROADWAY certain farm supplies will be needed I change. Among these inclosures were I reported and acted upon by the senate I IDEAL FERTILIZERS. f
the wholesale markets are searched !I'I'a suggested form of letter to prospecI !without delay. It will have to be copcurr..d J
for the of I buyers and of price list to accompany in by the house before'ing
: DANIEL KELLEY, Agent highest quality such supplies .
ti it being the theory that good I Isen.'ice I same; a suggested form for ', ,
II is necessarily connected!with 'I member's order blank; also suggested It appears that the Florida east

high quality. Regular quotations of I'I forms for order to the supply house coast canal, while open practically all Best '
t y 00000460 0 0 4a84bOy0 grades, prices etc., art! then mailed |I and for blank postal card to be sent the distance is in some places very I
' ''to the dealer to be used in notifyingthe shallow and not well maintained or
to each member of the exchange, sometime ,
; LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEY in advance of the time when the I exchange of shipment. These marked, and that the chargfor tollsin
supplies will be needed. In most rural'! sample forms may be had by any one some instance is excessive. I Because'of right sources right proportions, and right Combina
; AT LAWSPECIALIZING communities it will be wis<<,,-in"'sMary.o 'I I interested if application is made to This canal is very much needed in
y fetter the Rural Organization Service order to afford facilities for movingthe lions.
't. i.;' ;;: follow up this and I I
quotations with oilier reminder let- I I Washington, I D. C. products along the east (coast as
IN well for the of
i\ as currying passengersand
ters, and in person or by 'phone so
far as possible. This will be speciallytrue I for. use by pleasure yachts and .

'. : ( ABSTRACTAND the first time the plan is. tried. CALOMEL A GREAT boats. CheapestBecause
Members are; divided into groups, a'' It is highly desirable that the waterways h
be made free '),
'' e improvedin
common railroad station' being the

I .' TITLE* WORKBTATI nucleus. Such groups are advised thatif DANGER TO MANY navigable depth and with width and marks made safely and I of our large tonnage there is economy in buying, manufacturing a
BANK BLDQ. they wish to assemble their orders proper .
',t', for a certain kind of material they lights. and maintained by the govern- I and selling and our customeri get the benefit.
.lz . 446 444444 404R 4 must have the orders and money in a lists Had Effect on SomeDodaon'sn ment.WAIIRINR

certain bank at or before a certaitime. Liver Tone. Takes Its Place andy of'
: s --- ---- The group service frequently): Perfectly Harmlcxa. ON PARCEL POST.

I'r offers an advantage in freight rates,,

8 PILLS and also the opportunity for several If you will inquire at J. Z. Robberson's Through their representatives in the Wilson & Toomer FertilizerCo. -
1 CHICHESTER neighbors to combine one of them I senate and with the aid of certain
... will find that Dodson's Liver
1K "J" TJt. ..l l ..*r-.Vnjm BKANBb+tat Jh\jy securing the goods for all and haulIng Tone is you guaranteed to be a safe, relia- newspapers, the express trust is making Jacksonville, Florida
.(-hi, L TKJ"l" MUlkVO/. to the several farms. ble remedy to take the place of calomel a desperate effdrt to destroy the y
; bmMLM4 vrttk oh.s KU aa. When single or group orders are! and a harmless liver stimulant parcel post. Stress is laid on the fact

8 fnr r :r.rrE1lI I taken to the local bank, money to pay having no bad after-effects. Indeed,, that there will probably be a deficit Local Agents: Waters & Carson Grocery Co. t-l
la e axax rl e,' for the is
1.i . :.::I order deposited, or credit this firm will refund purchase price because of the new system. That I
arranged for, and the bank certifiesthat I should not cause any alarm, because
. V BI DRUGGISTS Its I ((50c.) question-if you are in
the is there
r money awaiting ahiper's any way dissatisfied with this there has nearly always been an an-
draft. The order and certificateare table vege nual postal deficit, except when the
k , liquid.
c .: then forwarded to the exchange.In It is very unwise to take calomel, figures were juggled and., he seTvTce -

due season the exchange repeatsthe I even dangerous, as many people suffer was crippled. The parcel post belongs _-
; facts to the shipper, asking the from the poison afterwards, even to the masses of the people. It is +roue ----- --- Gt

M.\ I. TILLER: shipper to ship to hit own order, attaching though they may appear at first to ;giving them good service and-the pub- '
draft to the endorsed negotiable be temporarily relieved. On the other lic will not tolerate any attempt to by-

J r Real Estate Agency. (yellow) bill of lading, and also, hand, Dodson's ,Liver' Tone works abolish it. The new system has not OUR HOME is
; { an Inyoiee'showing: unit price, weight easily and naturally (really assisting been in operation very long, conse- R...+ Y judged largely ,

a "i '..........-................. and totals of shipment. nature), with no pain nor gripe and quently PostmasterGeneralBurleson the character of ita plumbing tAn.taadard"
" ", ', 'The member' order states his correcting all'bilioul conditions and and his assistants. have not had an op- t

.&1tJ.t+ot>aht and old, office address; and the shipper is post-requested ills of constipation, clearing away the portunity to fairly test*the workings . modem '

; ; Hulea( rented., to fill in, in the bill of lading,, sick headache and the coated tongue, of the parcel post. Naturally there ,
, "Taxes'paid and 'Titles 'ver- the proper entry requiring the railroad brightening up the dulled brain and has been some The'disarrangement of old bathroom gives' an im.

r7, t $ ifled for non-residents. to notify the ultimate consigneeat strengthening the weakened body at conditions.they are doing railroads extra work complainthat with- pression of refinement
the postoffioe addresswhich is the same time that it removes collected '
; r Fire, Life and Accident In given. waste {from the overburdened sys- out pay. That is easily .remedied. and good taste to any '

. e surance. Rural carriers and persons having
In order, however to the house, and the cost is ,
.indemnlty Bonds. \ secure reductIOn tem.Those who have tried Dodson's Liv- contracts to haul mail say their bur i
in freight rate due to carload small for the
er Tone have found that it made dens have been increased without just amount of ,
shipments is that the
$, necessary compensation. Admitting that this is
d them healthier
happier. A test permanent satisfaction
shipment be made upon a single bill all that is charged, it furnishes no ex-
of lading. In this the local bank prove of great benefit to you that it
I case mar;t now. cuse for returning to the old way of yields. 1 -
r might act as the consignee, notifyingthe I handling package by express at

H'&n.BUfOCK various persons interested in the THE HOME AND THE SCHOOL. greater cost to the general public. Is. your plumbing a '
material regarding its arrival, and issuing After there has been time to ascertain Il

to each an order for his goodsas (Dora A. Mondore.) just what the actual expense is and to satisfactory ? .J '
soon as his proportionate amountof whom the additional should be e t
The best method of inculcating prior "money .
i REAL ESTATE freight is paid. In some cases a ciples of peace in the minds of the laid, the postoffice department can "
member of the local group has assumed easily straighten out the tangled .
NNNNNExamination coming citizens of the United Statesis THE OLD RELIABLE
' this responsibility, receiving 'there- to instill these ideas in the mindsof skeins. Mr. Burleson will be found PLUMBING SHOP ,,
ItrB INSURANCE for a small fee for his services. our school children. But this un- willing to deal fairly and justly, and S g.
At the time of sending'the order to dertaking is greatly hampered by the naturally he will ask congress to make O KL R. L. STARLING Manager

of Titles a the shipper a postal card form is enclosed traditions of our ancestors. l n days provision to' give all interests a squared **- D
t with request that, when !shipment gone by, war was glory, a warrior's al. However, if congress would cut 14 Darlington Are. Phone 244-2
s goes forward the blanks in the death meant honor' and, now to re- down the appropriations for the army ;f
; Specialty. form be filled in, giving full shipping Frain from this teaching seems almost and navy and curtail in many directions l

information, and the postal be mailedto turning traitor to the heroes of old; the deficit in the postal revenues oL 1 _- 4I
: Solicited. =
Corresoondence the exchange. although with our present desire to be more than offset. Senator -

When the postal is received by the infuse peace in the world, it would Aldrich declared that the country .
:' exchange a postal card notice is sent certainly be inconsistent to uphold could save $300,000,000 a year by the '

to the buyer, giving the detail of the peace and war equally.Let practice of ordinary economy Let I fA
shipment, and advising him that if us not praise war. Speak of it congress pay little heed to the agentsof
C the shipment has not arrived by a cer as a horror of the past. Dwell moreon the express cormorant. When the r t\m o..kvarra 'MNOae Mat
.WGRIFFIN tain stated date, he must at once ad- the peaceful side of the lives of express trust had the country in its T

vise the exchange, so that a tracer such men as Washington. And whenwe gnp it squeezed every patron all it

tt' Staple) and Fancy may be started and the shipment lo praise their actions in war, mention could and destroyed many an Indus-
It is entitled to little considera.fon.
cated. their merciful deeds, reminding try. .
A deal is all it should'be
children that they were warriors simply square
At the time of
sending out the orderto
through the stress of the times. given-no favors.-Woman's National
GROCERIESFree the shipper a carbon copy is takenof
: It. These carbons are kept in a Such men, who were ready and competent Weekly. .
t clip file, and each day the secretarygoes to meet the distresses of their
over them to make sure that endue times with valor and discretion would TAKES OFF DANDRUFF
certainly have been able to ward offthe
delay in making shipments is not HAIR STOPS FALLING
DeHvtry all Parts' occuring. terrors of war in these days of

,''t.. V of the City secretary The fee not for to the the order exchange.goes to Membership the- I i hildren.peace means Explain of diplomacy this fact to and your ar- Save Year Hair! Get a 25- t'nt Bottleof Chicken Souffle. Wt FELL: ,f w"

dues used to Danderine Right Now-Also QUITE POSITIVETHAT.
t are pay office Our thoughtful citizens art forming ;

*" -, .*" ," .5n expenses, p6stage, etc. I Lpeace leagues and conferences. Treaties Stpps Itching Scalp. J Make two cups of cream sauce and THEY

The exchange handles no money ex- are made, holding countries in with and '
season chopped parsley
cept these dues, and is incapable of I just relations to each other. Arbitration Thin brittle colorless and '
scraggy onion juice. Stir two cups of chopped Are Talking About t Us h
ECGERSGLUESS & RIEDEL making any contract or of buying any is taking the place of war. In hair ia mute evidence of a neglected I' chicken Into the sauce. When hot, j
supplies except for cash in its hands. I consideration of the grand work that scalp; of dandruff'-that awful scurf. add the beaten yolk of four cook
I eggs;
v' 1-1 keeps no books except has been is Who Else r p
an account I accomplished, let us not There nothing so destructive one minute and set .to cool when ;
away ;
a COMPETENT.. CARPENTERS of receipt and expenditure of mem- i{r thwart these efforts by too much up- the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair 'cool, stir in the whites, beaten. stiff. Could It Be ? '.
t," and bership dues; for none are necessary. I i I holding of stories of war and bloodshed of its lustre, its strength and its very Bake in a buttered dish about twenty
y ; .:"' CABINET MAKERS It extends. no credit. Orders are-accepted when we are commemorating the life; eventually producing a feverishness minutes and serve immediately. And
w *. ; only with certificates of deposit i birthdays ot Washington and Lincoln. and itching of .the scalp which, meat be substituted for chicken. Do You Try Our Recipes? a
Ftnt-CIaM.Upholsterer' Employed. in the member's I local bank. There ts abundance of peaceful I it not remedied, eapses) the hair roots may t
There is, therefore, no liability on the I qualities and noble deeds which we to shrink loosen and dI\hen the -- ---
y c W.;.Ar*rTl' Ia Our ,BoslfISL'k' part of a.member except for his own I may relate without landing the cruel hair falls out fast. A little Danderine RULL BASS MARKET Phone 189 304 i
t :WOnK WELL DOn purchases; no opportunity for loss, because ; acts of war which seemed necessary anight-now-any time-will surely Broadway .
. his money remains in his own in their day. No better means of celebrating ,ave your hair. >
'REASONABLE'" CIIAEGES home bank; no chance for graft since the birthdays Of our heroes Get a 2 -cent bottle of Knowleton's ,

', ' < the transaction clear through!,bls .could be devised than that x>f spread. Danderine from any drug store. You -

,) ,>1ft' i: PHONE 21$. | home blink. j* '" In( idea of peace In.the minds of the surely can have beautiful hair and Use For Results Read
)' k.f" The service in the matter of...lee-< children Iota of it if yon will just try a little --- Profit

4 J. -. t.r "1.t'. ; tion is excellent. Theoretically,there ( "Let us have peace"I'. .. Dan erin.. Save :your hair! Try it I Valley Gazette Advertisement l-

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: "FRIDAY, ,;MARCH: '.u.iiiL4 THE KISSIMMEE.:VALLET' ; GAZETTE, '?. .. : I.\- -1, i ..:PX@; ..

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You may that who cannot 1''I1E !Iiiififi! !! $ !Iililil'iJMYlJtUiJllUUlJiYililifi! ! : ! !
marl''his say ticket properly a man should not CL A S S I I : .:DADVERTISING !imrafMiflJTiHJHI ! .. ,

't BULL GREEK l 1'1,be 'allowed to vote. We- could reply : \ .-...... "\,' .JWr.f.1'

by telling 'tha''some of'our best citiI .. .1.-. '"' Mfr
seas, who will vote time M .
I men every1 '
March 3d, the day on which lee appeared -" for the best men are liable to lose I t. I : I"

in the water trough, Rex; with'a I their vote on account, of certain restrictions I five Cents Per line'Insertion ; !IiI
few companion, could have been thrown around the ballot. )
found beside a roaring campfire protected These men have as good a right to express .fads / I I .
from the wind by a bunch ol their opinion at the ballot boxes Ltr;;n! : > J'f:1.' ', ,.; . !

palmetto.; Our business there was .*the so-called honorable gentleman : WANTED-Farm machinery, tools,. !Ii J ,. "' '.' ,)." : ."I ':'" !
none of ofanybody poltrwarden. deputy ..heritl'or any ostracises a single voter from exp'ress..1 which mast be in good,. ;; 1 -' " .''\,, I...F"."' "'"j"ot'J It.,.', Pq
of their-adherents being present, we 1 order !Ii .11'.>1" ) :" iI
ing his opinion has done more harm 'working and condition! Singh ,'t ." r '
were not hunting wild hog nor tame than that man who introduced the bill wagon with seat and bed; one-horn '<0'1.;." ,' . '.: "'/ t I" .
cattle and a. we were aU law-abiding, can do good during the balance of his I disk >harrow,__cutaway or* round)I IJ .. -.._-.. ; ._\. ... :1.. -: {, ,I//., 1.,,,, '" 'I'
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peaceful.citizen of this great republic life. A few candidates,are already tooth harro..eom.\Pl.nter.prden; "" ;" .' I 'v.riv
we could not have been'engaged' in the field. This i* a good, long call, planter, hand plow, with,garden attachments i : :.\ -' .',. ':,,)' "(,:'t.v,., 1","" },j)>;,t";," ',t' : "..
In anything against the good and welfare : but come on, gentlemen, let us see hoes, rajces.. shovels. ,:, I ....I.. ,."::".t" ",:. ::,)i'It_, . " I
of Osceola Ounty".r-Its-oourtl Who you are and hear what you haveto i, pruning knives and saw,' croscul .
in general.- Further information deponent say. We want somebody to,represent : saws, axes,\,posthole-dlggers,amity, 1. '
giveth not. Rex la still domi- the county that can ,dC something scythe, surrey, chains, hooks, : n, ; I.I
ciled with "Beau' Drawdy, that !gentleman for the good and welfare of el-tree and anything useful arounda or '" '
having selected a new home Osceola county or else not be represented farm., Address with cash prices., t"
Since my lat we are now closely unit- at alL Manager, Box,1&5, Kissimmee, Fla I. vl l
.edwith railroad, occupying a house Jim Hall, Beau Drawdy'. brother- r' 12tfWANTED i !
owned by the company and formerlythe in-law, spent a few days *.
TO BENT hones for the O e !
dwelling place of Mr. Peacock thereek.' HM mother i* it present
who was employed by the company to staying wit Beau. year;. 4,to 4 rooms;' ,city water:: 91' J'
take charge of the water tank. As Sunday March 1, Mr It. W. Simmons -i -convenientnice ,location., Wan. (
far as conveniences can be obtainedon Mtsa Katie, Mrs. Nora Hull' possession March or April; beat; ,
Bull Creek, this is well provided- Mrs. Eubank, Miss Effie and May care guaranteed for property 1 .
close and comfortable-water for visited Mrs. Drawdy. Address W..F.L*. Box 117 .r. ... 91 4,
washing purposes being carried to the I notice that the lion. Oliver is president F. F. Cummins at Canon Grocery.
house in pipes, etc. Miss Mamie 4>ai ,of the drainage congress. Won Co.110 want at ones 1 er S nnfunushsd I
accepted the change with all the enthusiasm der now he and.his acreagu ijuestion rooms. 8tl :
of a'splendid housekeeper, is agreeing. .
and we are provided for by her uncwlsing Rex can harddly afford to close FOR SALE. George Blackstone Irving, a lecturer of national .*
industry with everything the without a few remarks from that old
<.:%*cumstances call for. Beau is on a democratic rooster. He is in tho CANDY made fresh every day at the, reputation and "Better-Town Promoter" by profession
business trip to your city and preparing height of his glory in this department. Candy Kitchen, 23 Broadway. ,
to make such arrangements He shouts hurrah for Bull Creek with. (( 12-lt-pd has written a book called "My Town the message ;
or another residence ai he can. Our all the strength of his powerful lungs.To
nearest neighbor, Mrs. Eubanks, lives ( be conutlned.) FOR SALE A triple A Hercu1.eastumppuller Will of which he states is "Buy at Home." The : :
about one-half mile distant, likewisein REX. good as new. r-'r.

son-Sim one of is the overseer company's of' the houses.track gang Her, sell Brown Kissimmee cheap Leghorn; Fla.also hens.forty C.full-blooded II. Funk 12-tf Springfield {[Mass.] board of trade awarded Mr. Irving !x Ii 1

her daughters, May and Effie! are living ,
with her. After the death of II Orange Center DESIRABLE residence in Apopkafor.! x a prize of $500 for the best plan submitted for promoting \

her husband, W. A. Eubanks, the widow sale. Seven-room house and two-
sold out her place, gave up the \ acre lot; 65 bearing orange trees x the i interests gf their city. He has studied the ; .
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postoffice (Lanier) and moved to her
abode with her son. W. R. Dear Gazette: I and same amount young trees on in this and abroad! he '
present subject Consequently
lot water Central country 'I
Simmons (Duck) is likewise a neigh Once more we are thankful for be- I I ; and city ; corner avenue I 'f

bor and just such a' neighbor indeed is ing where we are. The destructive frost of Monday i the new Orange brick highway.street; corneres Just the on knows what he is writing about and ,the following "' li
hard to be found elsewhere. Rex fre- I night that was HO on I place for a winter home -$3,500; I. .,..
quently calls on that gentleman and I the east coast and away south of UH I part cash, balance to suit purchaser. make advertisement for the ,
watermelon quotations Buy-
failed to affect even our a strong
his esteemed family, always receivingthe I Address W. T. Wilson, Apopka, a
and beanx. Can beat it? I .
Duck is a you
kindly greeting.
same 13-tf
host in himself and when he and his I We concede the fact that there are -Kla. ing-at-Home movement : \ 1:
good lady attended the last meetingat localities more developed than ours, FOR SALE OF RENT-720 acres of I
Whittier at the Primitive Baptist 1 but say we have the land, and from I good pasture land close to Whittier. I "Evpry citizen .0', a community farmer laboring man, profes- ;
freer from *
past experiences we are
church the warm welcome accordedto J. E. St. Onge, 2105! Myrtle St., Sioux
both indicated their popularity 1 frosts and the drouths don't get us, City, Iowa. 11-41 sional man-each and all owe a heavy debt to their town. Altogether -
the Whittierites. We appreciate -I and altogether it looks as though we I '
among too many citizens are objects of charity front their fellow .
his kind-hearted hospitality whileat 1 have the "makings" what will be WANTED you have any rough ...
home and they are both recognizedas the talk of all Florida. We are a little i lemons for sale notify C. W. Brown,, !yt citizens in accepting' community prosperity and enjoyments without \'$
being among the heartiest in the inclined to be stuck up just now with Haines City, Fla. 11-2t !Ii giving value received.'*
the of roads. The !IiIi a
the right hand of certainty good con-
(county offering tract for building our road to Orlando I FOR SALE Eucalypter trees, at "A resident of a town hould always patronize that business in

Tom Hull and hiK wife, Mrs. Nora and to the Oaceola county.line was let George Mawson, west end of 91 his community the owner of which resides there in preference to ''
the beat last week. Prosperity for this community Hughcy street._ pc
neighbors are also recognized in this or among any other com is coming as sure as time rolls I FOR SALE-T. B. Johnson property that business, the owner of which resides out of town. This principle I.

munity. Tom is a genial companion 'round. applies to every line of business." ,
west side
Clyde ayenue degirgbu
J. P. Fleming of Arnold ville Ga., ; '
i' and the daughter Mrs. Nora of is R. well W. Mose worthy, who to vis be visited Orange Center on TuJaday.Mr. I location. For prices and termr "So widespread is the principle of home investment that the rr

its their domicile, considers the charof Fleming was here two years ago apply Fla. to Jno. M. Lee, Kissimmee 9-41, German Empire has organized a crusade against American bonds

her society equal to that of the best to purchase land. Just dropped time in urging that home interests need all loc The general,
this what
community.The time to see changes
be found
that can any FOR SALE-Signs to advertise
railroad connects here with had.made. lie was most agreeably erty for sale can be obtained at prop-the manager of the International Harvester Company told the writer I

- with Maytown stations, ixt-two about six miles-miles distant apart., surprised.'E. J. Keene visited friends and rel- Valley Gazette, 10 cents each. that it is more difficult to introduce their products in Germany'' :4 ;

" This constituting our connecting link atives a few days this f week while Mr. FOUND-Gold Masonic, pin; square than in any other nation. When a nation acts this way is it not significant !Ii'
with Jacksonville, very many of our Keene attended court as a juror in and compass within a large G. Person lesson for"towns ?" "
otJicebs are taking advantage of then Orlando. calling at this office, proving !Ii t ,
their supplies from Messrs. J. W. Bass and T. II. Keen property and paying for this noticecan tYi
Jacksonville rv a securing, much to the detrimentatiocalmerchaots were busy thi week with deputy bad secure pin. 6-tl Yes, it is a significant I lesson for this very community.
the river.not being sheriff work. They caught one
navigable and goods to be hauled from "nigger"of for .Whom there was a reward FOR RENT.DWELLINGS Him .' -. ,,

yo.r"dtY' includes a wagon Journey 9100.Messrs. for rent", opply to M.
of forty-six miles. A* there appears Tyner Futrell and Frank Tiller. .

to be no present prospects- of a con- Bruit of Model, Tenn., were guests of .. . . . ... .................. .. ... ...... **. . ........ .... ............ r
necting line, this railroad is really the Pines last Monday. The gentlemen FOR NT-4omtortabl. bed room,
detrimental to your city's merchants, were looking over lands. Leav- centrally located. Large porch. C I
who have hitherto ing here for Lakeland, they expressed . ;.
sit some of those] ; Brack.St. X.:.Prentia.42tl ,,
the partial decision to return.hueA :'(
at your,berg w. c '
procuredadva es offered by this new apace for an experimental H. C. STANFORD COMPAKt ,.. RULLlJASS MARKB Tf "

new means of transportation. garden i.i being cleared this week. FOR store RENT building OR on SALE Brack-SL Twc, -1IIto17 North Dry Good, do**.. sad SJa..-, ; ,.. '. , '. .,' ,.. ,,," .r..,- .' '>
other will be tried 'the '
tike'.The edge eompanh.of the.*irrepressible a water tank Bull on growing Among of alfalfa.things Kissimmee. H. C. Stanford 29tiAUTOMOBILEBuick' I Fmnishi r* aced NotionDUTTONHARR1S . .''i';we'";..; ',:.,r .' :>fmk Meat.. ., .f "AD. ,KbV, '' .p t
the .
Jeff' Prescott shipping oranges
ancient body of water .
creek and that touring car. !I ".
from his Sand Lake grove-this w
.has furnished an abundance waterto has been used a very little; will ex- -.- .
supply said tank, even during the week. The bloom on the trees this change for town or country real es .
most dry season. It will take some- spring is a wonderful sight. tate. J. M. Willson, Jr. !Ii'
Mr. has received his shipment HiW
tiling more than an ordinary railroad CLARK A MEIKLEJON !IiIi
of trees and is busy getting
this noted water-
company to suppress : them in the ground.Mr. IF YOUR CHILD IS CROSS, Hi !
in full
flow While it was operation CO.
there appeared to be no serious drain Longe planted 300 grapefruittrees FEVERISH CONSTIPATEDLook HiHi SHOES Real Estate
observable of the water nor decreasein for Mr. Spangler in section 2 last .
the fishing. This noted cattle range week. Sand Lake will soon have to Mothers! If Tengue is Coaled 106 Broadway ,
is holding its own and supplying the have its name changed to Grove Lake.D. Cleanse Little Bowels With "Cali. HiHi -tit-; ifi I 1t,
bovines with an abundance whichIrpeaks E. McCoy of Ravena, Ohio, spenta "
well for this well known range. week with us enjoying Orange Cen- fornia Syrup of Figs. HiHi WATERS ft CARSON GROCERY
Nowhere in this or any other countyin ter climate and other good things. Mr.
the state are cattle found in better McCoy left us Thursday with a new Mothers. can rest easy after giving COMPANY
condition. The winter has been more thankfulness in his heart for having "California Syrup of Figs," because in HiHi a'
or less cold all the way through, but found such. a place as Orange Center. a few hours all the clogged-up waste,
Its effect on the pasturage in this community sour bile and fermenting food gently KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO. I. .
has not been any more injurious moves out of the bowels, and you have ifiHi ifi;
than an ordinary winter seaion. a well, playful child again. EvJ.Rash. Manager.
The game season having passed, II Campbell II IIWe Sick children needn't be coaxed to NELSON REALTY COMPANY !Ii.
it may be unsafe to know too much take this harmless "fruit laxative. N
about protected animals and birds, Millions of mothers keep it handy be- N. > DarCartoa A.,.... !Ii
but we are led to believe from what cause they know its action on the '
ha* been said that an abundance of are having some very pleasant stomach, liver and bowels is promptand HiHi --TF. -$- !1; =
the quadrupeds and bipeds continue weather. sure.
their rounds over the country. Hunters -- John Bronson and family moved in Ask your druggist for a 60-cent H. LAWSON '
have an idea that -they have Secured Mr. Johnson's house of this city last bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," a? Cask Store D. G. MeKAY REAL ESTATE
moat of them, but a close investigation week. which contains directions for babies, HiIfi
proves that hunters, like Mr. Garrett, Sr., has completed his children of all ages and for grown-. 10 Broadway AGENCY I- +

other people, are often badly miatak- new house and is moving in. t ry
ups.A -ffiifi;
Miss Ernestine Brown visitor
was a
en.The man likes to that he despises #
new registration law is certainly say -ifi-
in Kissimmee Monday. .
But he is cheerful liar.
of our flattery. a
people.condemned Whittier by very will not many be re Coy Reaves was a visitor here Sun We all like to be told what good fellows IfiHi it'

seated at the polls by much more than day.The we are how smart we. are, and HUNTER LAND CO. r
If its democratic strength, and Inther public road from Jacksonvilleto how .much fetter than other peoplewe .
places the same result I is re- Tampa has reached Campbell and are. And we have a warm spot in Hi ; Real Estate .m t
rted. If the man who introduced nearing completion, (worked by the our hearts for the people who hand us ptIy'

ibis bill was a true democrat he had convicts). the salve. W. B. MAKINSON CO. -y- !Ii '
of showing it. My
a very poor way
impression always has been that the Announcements ifiiff Hardware, Cutlery Boat Sapp&e !tfj 1

bject, of the primary law was to brings IS YOUR NAM and Machinery.ifi W.G.HANKINSMachiae !
many democrats to the polls aspossible .
In order to present the coun- ifiifi .' ud Typewriter
ty's strength at the general election, SENTATIVES, STATE OF
and it does appear to me that such 'FLORIDA.I -. .JK___
should be the case. ifi
Rex has registered' but there are Kle.immee. Fla.. March 9. 114. hereby announce myself as a can- .p I
Advertised lint for the two we..k.ending didate to represent Osceola county in ifiifi
many who have not and will feel a DANNS
March 13. : STORE
the house of representatives of the
liberty to vote in November as they -
Ie.... You may say, If you like, that Rump.u., J.. w.W.W ,,8Imcrtn Shaw, Henrelta.. Sidney.Child. Florida legislature, subject to the action Dry Goods,Ootklnr..SUet, VmnUUmf
these are not true democrats, but if Dlekeraon, Joel. I Shepard. Mrs. L P. of the democratic voteri at the ifiW. -Hr; 's and 10e Store A'
all were true' to the party, where Oilman, H. H. Slplln. Cak.. June primary: S. J. TRIPLETT.
would the necessity exist for paaingnch Bray Charles W. Sm1at. John KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. .
Hart U. B. Sy.Jv..tpr. E. E. ifiifi ,
the .
stringent concerning Henry Walt..r. 8w..t O.ear.HIBophieth
.....eaak aad RetailPtoM
voter. We are. looking forward with Mr. Smltb.. Miss Jennie REPRESENTATIVES. STATEOF
results and .. 1. FLORIDA. r
some curiosity to general .
ivory O. H. Floyd Smith a Co.Ivey. JW.PREimSOrtsaa "
if an independent comes out that de- W. W. Smith Clifford ;"Being impressed with the sincerity
feats the primary candidate the wise- .JackllOn. Dr. J. B. Ty.on. Mlsa Lener.vhn.on. of the many people throughout the jr , -tj- t'sa.s, TafldiffSnrimg Mii.LL.. !IiI
acre who introduced such a bill .may., 'Jones] H.. A... Nettle W. TI.on.Tiner. L.loll"C. Ina.Jones. county, who have urged me to be- .
be one of the victim, and if you are J. MThomas.. Monr_. come a. candidate for representativein I ...
thus defeated we sincerely hope that, Laul.. Be.n=-_ Thompson, Joelab. the lower house of the legislature ', .,'
V. may be the victim. This doubt voting Marlin Iamb .Mra.'P.BI&IItG"J. Turner Thompson O. W.; and also being ambitious to serve the 3; !Ii'
by lint and second choice is an- Ma.on M. C. WII.. Miss RebeL people among whom I have been reared . r j
other innovation that baa a tendency I Mixon. I. S. Wlth.r. Mass li.beL : I hereby announce myself a* ,
.matters. We have frequently McKinley. Mia. WIHlam. .Johnnl. candidate for the position of -
to complicate Nora. 'William.. Mrs. Luc representative
found tickets in the ballot box Rue.t Mn RCNIL p). from Osceol county in the YilfJisl.: .
,that were marked wrong, even under Shaw Miss Katie. lower house of the legislature, subject :
the old system: ; and this complication 1 B..B.. IKPSON"PoetlD..t. to the nomination at the June primary ; _ R&-.i.wRfi

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I.Mqy AgQYapltrrt ---r-jM'I .IGi;..srwy'eY-. I old'pt'errrwql. :::1
a imuirt I.. Mk ,
IS THIS A f '4Myg, /faradvpaitwt: / *f 'tint WIII'DNY taMaera ,groat tasuBjr qiMittiamt tor, err m4J

i aYrr tar KJI its frtderxallek t J filet fAri lure 1 belie to aA/1. awrry.vnteltimer. ...[ COUNTY ; r (

livwe't' aq>triliovr, jMtar* ; ., 11kta ... MIlt fiWl'WI.wJty $ic. asp. * swore Homeseekers Calendar ,

d'A. MgwlttfMMAvlwr, /rNabar Nr U'f'H"' /rhbtk,l hare brale.t1.111s.e4 rId -
: 1.wJAt.w.w* ,wa\ .M "" .wn" Lv !rrMr \
BOOST OR A ''cwt! arrk* Not. tn.-iJ WmAvtiv ... All I I wide '
wfMWJ eYraAtyro4ucis ; .
Y j. :
Ii > AGENTS I QfututLe.i= What 'le the beat. loca UDt&dta d'a-. ;
,al,a _ tMt txflla' = urNrfklwX' .m.tN 11.w t I ff $ rs'aa -.uttbair u. J cr baa ben *w Iartoe: :
y rNapt" rt rwlyrvyle ktlarNd Ue< M uae UM""*"4 mgwlgnmre .ha.."I arias rlta+d tioa far trucking? 9 5 Reahod ..* Noah injured> *. embJei '
4 .uMU4)' parwite Marra Ananr; The goMca rule If to Io-'I 'ndb 'wllrlvcysld

J BOOM I II r L 4 thNlr ppraorud ."..,., t4hAt fun,Mr. e'arurtly'that Ilrwwd 91 sty w.UM>-w14.1M.Il: ja busitreu. liar h.-I...r'' caw where others are ettgaged-in the, line tbrwngfc theft -.1hi ''h sled A

::: TOWN else's iularMwes Irf t1aN >_fwnomuraits. : !>' ]'P ;J I' nut xatie 4 the adrertlaemrour ata' ta: !. IN SESSION aIDe bia tMitioeM, area if you bar to pay I $low feaanawK jhanpl erg ailei1p td 9O7 I ,p
:f : "'M t//wlr/ .. My r7YSra/Kivad ravliw"- '' y Tr, Ar 4 .I iilse .1.11. tx . wr for the Und. Tb train for upon svcrvs, and ba* y4 *nratllesnal kh;C a !l1w

NA1f<,< I J$.trruulnaw.1" y i I ' Uu i is obrioiu. Where, many are ea-. *. Tfcia in alas HWe ,Inaerl. ,,I

WoW4 cwt ) !vaatA
;( IMfrkJur it Wr I fifrf ilMt' It If 1M I JMr !,>*w ..*./.. tlrW't let..-i.i. at air .n4 j I bjr a combination of ioUrnevtC and bearer period. ltew.:U1C! a '_ 7n00u
Was The Question AskedBy t'j/ faa u iu .>*, .n,u ai Lrtlrkn. agreement on the tlOp' to be .aired asniia to the C'J'P"'fII r.vaagle, t'mt-'ldle9 "+

VJ-v * E I litrr4nytnx. .fin farm J"YI yjxrrt/ "U<(
Jt 0.Jv4W' ,1 } ,; a Canada Tourist -.".,H.t ,_a1*.. t.tlUr/.. t....* hewn trying t Tomatoes and your bu .ln *i i is carried on tact these Utter sire *. hash 1IIa a dada,
< .4. .. upon a strict each basis If you were as they keep do_ redeatt and W1C
) 1,1w'1AI1I t. Uw ( auw4lrn, man- > .1Mr H axpjMiat that bvcaluaa. tb e r- '

:'? tiJ I! 1'I 1'-' 101(. y ,ii. Uea **.!. I'ulCiy fiubta'am'' IM, Uir,.,.,.d out of office 'located__......_.._ .L away.._._.... __in_.. the____back_ '- .wood. no. kill s rattler if they wr f ortntimitoenoufb
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11'our; a a come acrw tt*Tt
: tvKowr <( war going W
ii':I I'SIJ'a.; .{ f ,I'Y LSPIr Its lAt .unepwy| ) lined- fviitiiry perdlUIn how '
it .. II. '((T8 IX ATTKMJj j j cheaply you bought it, you would the snake bug-a-fcoo acar+l' jw*. i,
r'1 ;\ .41'/ir (Ill', \1,1./ ,ri, ,i "I'PA1.I'I" .,f 1 J",.-*. ..|K, < 1/fl* MMr M, ........,". (W/WJ{ IaM "\''''\ tb* iiutolMrr. of u'.m.I"yc.d ANCE, AU 0 KEI'UKHE.VTA find either great difficulty in diapo5- Qoe-fftioD What abort allagstsrR! v

i' "//lwrS* "If l/";I"U/ j'ION" Ali I Ui..'< ritf ,,/ii'< ,biifjk ,,<,lly/ hatv* 'lak*" 1 1I. I 1 sewn It, tlw big "cities It ea hrylerlr TIVEH OF SEVKHAL BfHEAL'H of inr doing off your eo would produce be too or the expense Go AnrwerW*!!. what avboot < -? ;
f I IIml'l- t I WK/J./ H Vtm-A I'.t- ( wily ,... vf. ">4l/*non OF THE DEPABTME.VTH the buyer wek you out. nowhere t 1 less and less. en--r. T'te'c; aibathl '\1 }

.; I'.'" llftf, ", I* lit ,... iiiunn/rtiit! <>i lIcu'f.It'1I in egaara .<"yuntf'bad w..tllltl, OF AGBICL'LTL'KE. you have to seek the buyer 'be protected and BO more killed. ctrl
Question Doe thin hold' j .
) .. Uallwrunalruct4on/ reply good 1 least fora tame They aror: N4 \ I
tall I 1. Vi'ft'V't., /,"**- "f fllv tlflM, ; tU/ps an l rte for' .
:. It,,:. t If.i owi'A dare llle.<-Uof 'buildlrigt of all l I. citron culture'Answer seen except 'in the wild inoontry away '.

.,' ,../'H'aiifltuii. wffo'n l'* V..JIy kir. 6'i' -- -- '../....(U. .ful 'II" ,. d.11 lw*,ic wn/ulna l 1 tt Y v.hi I *-,i fi.. rite"N Idle inn this win- Tt"r KtaU meeting of all county house locate: an near to a packing posely aggravate them. Carnioeli o iR V<11'..

w 'r, A VV Auh' /,,:Ehx.I VIUI, *if/- It ,/ 7alku\ ,." Mod, j Mtdu.tiiilf Ui mintAI. KIDDI/N' .u-r tKi. ubual', "ltb/,ugh rixifcof th'mI agntk of the girls' tomato clubs in aa poitaible to and on a good roador his, book. "Florida Ench&.1'J w enta.''. ..

IM + .. t ,01..1.*, it 11 iii.'I. rr, "if./ ity, H f t.W 'JsyiAlf Ur, .,. _-r. y..*Ur>'Jay ,""J ok. '
1.' Nqu, 111! ,." ,.....". '.' rr.. l'1, 11.-.1 of Low /hi 'Illrf/f... lt.illl// M. f far re '/<. .f tai oi-uttl, l/i-raus* of th* l bread ho*.. afid ida Heats College for Women. Twenty iJi i an bunine boxes of citrus fruit I, many in night and also of boys: tybcl... ''
onerous I
., W 'I.B", *hi. i> 11,i-|../f.-'n/i.. hl 1('",'' II'l lobar/ f. .I '. I "llifc-li, l<,,-li./, i le HII-I-II' I/II.-I- "I' '/1 *'/. VMltl. t,!> W/ll H.. //fX, ..IV| ,,/| r fHUfd'* cwning ofrlng| tb"f.. will Ixr *rfil ,. counties. Yrom Washington comes i\belong you are to the a raiser of citrus fruit and with their. bare handy You f.bwnl4 ,.

1"-IIl u.& /larv. IoI "" l1yuy' / wnhJ /, ul ..,. .kr.. i.K,, /M/I/ Kt '"
MI-I, Wocifull "b M.w"'/ rlle.l I/'.,, Illi'l/ who air' "Il.If'1t1' III Oil- f fur ,pluritfrig, err l iirnr. made Ji demonstration club work ; O. M. Marten intent and packing house in to all Grower "f

"j, /Ullf...fM! I Ifllil, *. li- NII.tIri'/t "|'ll lit ,lf'" 'li.-l. j'-.l, pl..l..a" ,l/ on "N'rlfi lf... ..i.ulriiri tau-x e end gradually ,j head! of the boys'' and girl.' demonstration ket and; the purposes your cash mar Question ("an a home be wilt ata
Si f ., /.. ,,, ..-nt will,/ nearer you yet to it the cheaply) .in Florida af elsewhere! Xs
uldlury, \\AI I f'* ?41..<
a'I I with,, Iha. felllvul.'lf" i.ll(5., 111. 'slate I ,hl', KlcrUlllgr. '' ep/r/1,11111y" ." arlI. north. Witfiifi, r fw weekn the. ra/l- Treat, general. field agent'with therural l Question :: What concerned. the the country builtucheaper
oui fi" .." O,,< '/'iii .ul/.jv.. w./, / I"I, I./ 'cud. ". far '10."...... H la aw4al lowly will lk. .. on 10'Xl'l men 'in the ';i organization nervice ; and II... M. j' Florida are road in Answer A home can be ;
ballad ( y Ht I'aul' lA-' "Jcy rnA l en'/tl.- 'I0,0t// i M. Ktraughn assistant in Florida than anywhere elae. ,.
' 11 I'.1/ < d|f'll'III."f "u.iif'ttny . .,,1 ,,1 It, )! rapN. Le./mete. w//ha, vl,, chemiat in the
0 '1 i/lliui, / itutttii */'lUti', i- al,,.,ul, lforau., fru t '"n nur/ ouy tell r.lrhl' alf 'fi .'<' glean. fffipji/y/nirlil' ,, rte ottxriiiofc bureau of chemistry This is the first Answer: Up to within very short The climate permits of a much lifter.
it \, nil fha, .. Vr.'ill.l, l IN ,I.,. II .., .',, 11.1-, / I rvy (I.. id, the narrH" eV-liofi Otto,,r !I.<. time that HO many bureaus have .been, time back the roads in Florida weremere const ruction. than would, be re+gaired
4y; .fMlllhy NYa 11.'aNn r ,
I 1 i It"/ Woe lfl/ .- ||,IUIMI4., I I..,..... 111 '/f / a "Ila., Nhrl .. I felt rte "'\1" h lOt < al.."liim/ uf gc-tting rt-HiJy Ui imutn represented from the department of i i| sand track, which cut up terribly 'in the north an there are not the _..

a,. Hit V.fl"y ,,uii.I .. "'II'/,, I n,t 1111 .1 l A1Ifll 1. 1.. ."... II. -", ,/I.".", It ,I/r//, ,. MM I .//u ..1 re tva.prrrtinrln| anil J 'in M churl timi- agriculture I and each one iM i rendering' in dry weather; in the summer treme' of heat and cold to be soaktended -i f
ti ,luhnplula, / u1 Nalrndnd' ; ? VI* V. Itlrobnr., :-. .In due .lulu; wlf.' J' tbi whtTln' of 'ln'Juktiy' will l ts- fivolvtug valuable service.From timexdue to the heavy rains, they harden with, nor need the (()nditionalof

I ill, /Nlhr( "'t"M I / /"I w.w.1 wr rod f i.inily, will !'ulii' U.UI.l" I my frNl.rl' I 'laplffly, ' (>v.-r M great erne the the 'IJnivemity} of Florida arc perceptibly' and are quite passable heavy front I loe taken into consideration .

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.1 n 1 I hr, 4 lull lit Dial, 'lilf fil,..,il)/ /tiIIOII ,., II u"pula i.A. ,. i Kii 5': + a.M 1/, 'Itiltltiltl 1 lit ,. iii"I wfilifin'' / nUiii-ii l/y ntuie .Ifi parts After a npU-iifli'l address of welcome nearly all the main roads leading IJO' NO forth Outbuildings/ and barns for'hve"lork
t'fcj'ij/, .1 r 11 i.i .
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: _. I. ii i. / / .-." IfilxllnclvI ,. ... u. .., . or from principle renters \he _
... ,.. ,. and thegood ('an very. cheaDlv anets.d
< -flJ" .... """ ... ..,,," .,r "....J"\l OJ " "' lll.' t..wn. ay iir. j-.dwiti i onraul, president 01 -
... fnolnll( | ) .1""" /III-. |prupl.| I .llUVIfllfl' Oii'f/ cILIfx, ffn-nil| / the college roam movement nan recei v I i'. "iufurlui. ul c H.Hf'. MIai .rllundy. ' , upon' mU-niun wells ,, tlioiupnHent, liHtened to : 5
I;* ,' ">l>..ul"il liId' Valley/ ''JO/I-MI I umi. ui.'f. mil iiit-rtlinf I .vrl y lay! Ifiwl, iiiakifin. fni water mipply. I /hifloinl. have rrIiahltatrA inxpiriug talks. from Mr. Martin. MIKH. imm !nn e impetus in the state Fine ;' from sun and rain. i* required.-1-Flog
|/f''i.l' /Ililll/ I r%rl /fiappi'licfl, Ul road are being built ida Grower
MYlate. filllie well '" h'h wic going' dry.1 i f'reHwe'll arid. Mr. Klruughn. Thin in every direcLion
h- VUiy |l" IM *'lini Oll'dl "f lIKIllKttluioif was
; ( wl/ d l Ml A W I... W hull '." KM ylild.lll Tliiiin.una, I fiat thpriin, followed principally of brick which i i. -
/ (ktlanuaa, mlllim' Hi. Hie fin IfMk , n 1'Ht 'Irks j I by rrfroitx' from many of the
Ile ,
-hr 1 Ui why', "KI Icttliniiiti' *' nlmitlit. '.' It* mi "Itifinttti. "I.I ( |",, ,t.. pap''f >.f WHlvi' aUtiixl. fie<-p flown In tinirtiiiniit | agents Tjiesc report<< show 'In a very found to be the i best material for road- :' Matere.r ., uw..nrlp. teak. Mrralse.aera -
t a Kill IIIIC nt f Ihrnwho' feel' (Mill upon, which, -r"I' may drew striking, way the progrens which is l building in Florida. Hillsborough '10' fbc. KIwlBBICiHu.i ,

n r, '1> I 'I,* I Illlo, tf bifObl low/I ill M bfMMfl /.ll.-/I Iliul" K, ,lanliiilri' .... fittt M genial fu- for iiiiiixturu. Everything; ,ixilnts, .to I'I'i" being made from year to year in theclub I county alone voted a bond issue of IaNtl... e'dkr -
/ / Jl.OOO.OOO for
f.lwlrwee" the j itcorij' year for ( Thij work. The enthusiasm has good roads, and the
,110 a1rldllly pr Hprrly'
aI way" Ylnlitld| l Hi tea' ', never H J
has Trtptvtt
s tr "I 'btfliovx i only. calamity howlers art tindis' : I bran higher than 'and already been commenced. I Huf.lTi.-i.: : >. M.
I, lio a44tld, "Iliul'. .Ilio" fu. fliiin, fiiiin aliullow.liraliMMl', I Iuinf every agent Other counties W. K Harris
i' tdVu'uf s rMy l I ttaa) I i'i tier"' l'iy...liy "f all 1. fuasln H. I irruntlod polltlrfana. fictter vote tokeiyi in reporting more co-operative forces have followed suit and I 1 I'ulJllHli.Tin.I, Owner \\ B harfia '

t' t i't,gac.uplr| | In' I IlllifO I uf daprraaluo| | ..owoll I ft a' I r inufiflfiiaffitii'iitiiiif.. MI/ pinvult-iil lii In i>ltlfl, "poiipln'iiii I them at home, us they may berornpclliMl in her (county than ever before. All I soon road there which will be a network of good I I Mull. Vu K'n" M.-rK'-ntha-<-r Mrs 1S, r lnotype Fell.' WarrenIon. Co.- .
:i{ 1)1' ;In) ,us when', BVaiylliliiu/ In nitty MliowMl is an0v roinmurillias to go to work. The rountry this makes the outlook for the futurevery will no other state as a whole N. V.., ,K V YH -
\ ,. M I,IWII whirr" half III"/, !I I Vttiy' ,ploKBlifK I I wants nonu but optlmliits' in 01.I. bright Indeed.liesldew I equal. Those roads that will not 1 \ \\ II Harrm Owner
+' Won# N !Iran |prupln, | ''l "I 1 .1",, 'Ilko l tn l tau HH firing I Iiinu ftcu/ We have had enough of tight .. all of this' work the I be brick will be hardened either with -.- -
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& "' { liHikiiiu uf Iliiinn, '' agents hell -
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r"'w..r"l tn "Ilia dry l when. limy. run pull' who jump' Mt eunrlu.dona| UrrM iinly torg K-l 1 tmyliig ilnnct NII 'lalor, I I I war last The Hard the college. 'lent roads, but of not such lasting
r The home .
d cut wild a rtemfva141du, ,Lank, lull end l .but. I tin. Imllovit that ft wim loss yoar. time wave economics department qualities as brick. NBUSE AND LOT
ban r"'oiledIf'
my i the
) lnuvp ter sutpr" uhnr( ploi'ti, end l I will mil, l4i .finvtIficntml( h..,.. I Ialiniilil has wave of Flees entertained the guests from Question: What about snakes in
I wh' sfwinvr. ity headed this' Washington at
r' nu M .town list has funds way. no an elegantly appointed
mi '
,like. 'In ItMVti bane cretllUifi< with, .barriers In the dinner I Florida ? Are they not a great danger :
in the domestic
'j iitr path'hour the
J >*Maul fur imUlaiK'o. Mini up; science dining
nor .. ;
being "M of the founders of ( and troublesome AT A
town. best very
/ to
r, 9 (that, no ii Hlloi how thickly ,1II..ul..l.) yet come. The worst. has room
| | I have guna MI far us Ui N in let-' "l' Answer: There
no snakes of
: It h i' ) ">g paanttd. -Woman's National are ,
1, may orfa, will/ purr uliow, ".lh..rIF turn I IIKVB wrlttuii I ago, course. We have this
to trio"" *, W..lely. question asked -
.1' U.1t, I r ioU 1.11".1, MMC/'err. wi",, 'y Once In a while you meet a in all
ur fiislstelit that man forms
very lot .lti-w over and It
t i over again. Located
"I .hMfr, bwsa ,II'1t11l' ( vary vluarly. ,' know, oNMflly' .how I far.) about who IN ao honest that he has. to keep aeema that north if in most desirable resident
i tlm, wils. Klsslm- The. old-fashlonnd man who used to up any one wants portion of Kissimmee
| of tli Valley lI"I&1-tI) ,( Mpnl. Its "lUnapeople about It..n the time. near court
uriil to
mop future. I give Florida
have .knock
T '(' m* fruit tlinn tu tlm. by M,'. ....W, Mini, nabs' rte, .IIfNlxrmlanrn' | from rerslvod put .w.r a pound of ham, six eggs, Another cause for the High Cost of the Ant a is about house on Emmett street opposite r ]
f'anmfluni' think of
I will II bread and four of coffee can or home of W. J. Sehrs. House
ray tlml I IIHVH wan must la" cups Living' I. that the Frankly contains
woman .
imiiitiiMf. who used Inven -
<| iii who have f. '
a longing 'Iniiiiiiu for we not believe six.
.ti --:0: breakfast has rooms and bath
now ,
; omldy Imprprapd| wild lh "i/nilmlying/ miulh a son who to fill the 'lamps and clean the globe there open fireplac
than I ever rttrelvad' 1 IKfiiie -. gets are as many snakes to the Lot 73x147
&en- a hearty meal out of square middle
.1 QI11111"1". an absinthe afternoon ; house in block.
L1 ''r1)qr..alvonaaaf .'li ,ut every at dusk now ha.. a mile here in Florida
They ask asthere
ht sue Ui Mink mu trap and a cigarette when he daughter who are to Price $2.1>00. AUGUST KAAZ
inn ) I Msalf felt whun ovuiy t'fini'ttlvalila, kind of gets Is too lazy to turn the the square yard in ,v
question up 'In the.!morning. electric lights out. some parts of the 723 Ferry St.;
I northern ..tatell. Peraenally.the ___
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