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 20, 1914
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00638
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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,ti GA. WILL MOVE HIS SAND WOULD BUILD UP THIS SEC !

LIME BRICK PLANT TO TION AS NO OTHER QNE !;

THIS CITY IF CERTAIN THING COULD DO.

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MENTS' ARE Kissimmee is on the eve ..'wonderful S ,1
OFFERED.There development. :.
The long-talked-of plan of bulkheadr r ';
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,. ,.'., ing the lake shore is Hearing a sue- ,i
is 'one, and only one, thin .'..', ceaaful conclusion the city council :9
that has kept Kissimmee from be having appropriated (500 to defray the r
o the foremost city in south s .. cost of making a preliminary survey '
central Florida and that is the abeence ': : and the of
:7' estimating cost putting a
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1 of manufactories. ;:' wall along the entire water front within Y'
j, The opportunity now.presents Itself ; ": -\, the ctly limit
to overcome that handicap, and wet The plan of building an entire rail
feel certain, knowing our people, that ... way from Sanford to Kissimmee,
they will take advantage of the! op 1': :;,,: which has been agitated for the past
': rtunity.Ley" :' four years is; now engaging the attention
F.-J. Hansen who lives at Fitzger .'. of men in this section who are 1F
F, ald. Ga. but whose factory is locatedat I financially able to carry the project
f at hansen, a small station about eighteen !;\i into effect.
v. miles from Fitzgerald, was in I Thecounty. commissioners have 'en-
the city on. Saturday last and called "t't red up-o"n an extensive system of
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.i: :_ upon the president of the board of road-building.-_ have,lort7.state.convieta .
r trade and the chairman of the com- working the roada-under the
e, mittee on manufactures and new enterprises 1 supervision of competent men.
E, and stated that he would It is conceded by members of' the
move his plant to Kissimmee if the city council that it would be a wise ryw't'
board would donate to him four acres move to build a bridge across the arm
of land adjoining the city limits, directly of the lake from Tohopekaliga avenue
on a railway line and pay the to Ingram's island to'connect-"tth a
i { freight on his machinery from Fitzgerald hard road the county will build from t,
;:, 'to, to Kissimmee. the city' limits to St. Cloud thereby
)' When asked as to the size of hissrrlint shortening the route between these ;
and what he manufactured, Mr. two cities about three miles.
,I 34,; Hansen said: "I make sand lime The council has ordered a. new well
, 1brick and roofing and employ thirty bored and tb. contractor has already '
: I men. My plant has a capacity of thirty obtained a flow of nearly one thousand .. +
:" thousand brick per day which I sell galk a minute at a depth of '
; J 1 at six dollars per thousand. My rea- less than I Are hundred,feet, and ho intends '
o"'k" son for desiring to move to Florida is to i increase -U14I flow to three 1
,,1 .' that this state is growing more-rapid-\ thousand five hundred gallons a min
';:,.", .Jy than any other statein the Union ute. ' ,_ -*--
t' and as there will be more demandfor During, the summer1 the council will
my output here than in Georgia increase th. capacity of the .Iectric t
:: r besides my territory has been invadedby light plant to such an exetnt.that: the
''f.1 another'factory, and there is not Installation of a white way on Broad- 's1
"Y' room'enough for two, and a prefer to /i i way will not in anyway-Interfere with '
!b,(, leave while the leaving is good. 1 the plant's efficiency. ., "' -
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*' other 1I 'These ImporvementS'+' alone will .go
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to Kissimmee continued Mr. Hansen far to. make Kissimmee the leading-; i
; "every one of which made a most city in middle or south, Floridabut- ;
liberal proposition for my factory to there another important step lit the ,
c' locate among which was your little I- line of progressiveness that we should
suburb to the south-Davenport-but r take and which will add more to our
''14 it appears to me that Kissimmee is 4r population and Increase the value of 3
.Y.o J'or: destined to become the real city in property than any other one thing"that !
,. this section of Florida and would .we could attempt. That step .is. -, r
I do ; the bulldinCo.ran'electric'rallwa,
%se e'part of my output.
'p l\ ; think A from St. Cloud Squthport by
.J *at am unreasonable in asking prayof
v4 your board of trade to give me four Kissimnfee. '
This question has been discussed! by
-1\ crea of ground and paying the freight
.. on my machinery, which will be only our people ever since St. Cloud was a J

,its;Par, n Kissimmee about ten carloads, for I ,will from bring Fitzgerald my expert to- - - .- .. -. - , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. .-' - a established man say,it and would we have not be yet a to paying hear '" r

proposition from the day it began
workmen with me, which will add OPT
"sp, considerably to your population I eration. But until now those who
fl 4,1'( employ about thirty men, and pay W. J. Sears Announces Candidate have been most ardent in favoring the r rcarry
--fron-W-a.day Up. Xf-course.l) pre.-. as .plan! ave been !!!!t-uUht..mYn..J.L '
:t: fer to work white men instead of negroes it Into effect, but now comes a
f and I am told that good white man who is not only a builder up of '
,'e'y 1 labor can be procured here at those: communities, but who has extensive ,
holdings along the route of the proposed -
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When asked as to when he could Congress From Fourth DistrictThe .his full- road snare, and of who the is cost.willing to pay d. a.-

: move his factory heiMr.. Hansen R "
utr This man is .Harry W Thurman
. 'r said: "I could begin at once making .
who owns the stone hotel the
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preparations .
best all-year hotel in Florida, and a.
.Abe here Inside of sixty days. Of course large frontage on the lake, beside 1 Yj
"1 fyou understand that'it requires considerable Man Who Has Been Ground '
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ytt. time to get such machinery in Crucible and Found miles more couth than a of thousand the city acres where a he few.isbuilding ;' j"A

\ 'tf\ .as 1 have in and I could not be- a handsome suburb koown'as F d

;};.% Igin after making my arrival brie, but for I some will put few a weeks large True to His God His Country and His Fellowman Thurman In speaking City directly to a representative on the waterfront j ,'..
and ,
: .. 'force at work clearing the ground
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'erecting buildings ju 9loon as
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fly,\, satisfactory understanding.d myself "come to a Formally Enters the'Congressional RaceThe "Now that we are to bulkhead our m<
I lake front and make Kissimmee the r
It to us that this is a splendid "
:.: appears II Mecca for all those who seek a life
'1.1: I offer, and the board ojf trade should 1 I of health and pleasure. we should iro at '
writ not let it and we are satisfied
'r pass r step further and thoroughly complete J JI

:1> ''l' it will not.Statisticians. likeness of the man who will I was chairman of the city -council and past fifteen years Joe Sear has been '' since childhood and will remain such the job and make it impossible_for, ? "f
.c< - .the world over maim win the race for a seat in the next remained on same until 1911, whenhe identified, and to each he has given I until the call come* to depart for other -I any other city in Florida to com* i ,I!s
,'4 very newcomer is worth a thousand rational house of representatives! frqm refused to serve further. In' 1887 liberally of both means and, time. He shores, he is the property of all in speaking distance of us In the sv4f ;l..
h" dollars to the community, and this he Fourth congressional district of Osceola county was formed, and the was one of eight who founded the Florida, for he has given Florida the of progressiveness."What.I .!
"pIR,; factory will bring at least ten heads ; Florida appears at the head of this first of I mean is that we should ':kk{
R f, county superintendent public Kissimmee Board of Trade, the organization best years of his life/and his impressfor .
'J desirable to our therefore will make page rAnd instruction was his father Dr. W. J. i that has done more to build !good is stamped in its every cor- build ao electric' line railway from. St. j .
,!//'r) citizens, we would who is this mangy Sears. In 1905 W. J. Sears, Jr., was up this section of Florida thanany I nero While he appreciates the good Cloud to Southport the, route to be .
tf f I bei largely the gainer did'it cost five He, is W. J. (Joe) Soars and fie was elected county superintendent of pub- other one organization, and has beena 'work his friends are doing. his be- along the shore of East Lake as' far ,.w
t \ times the amount asked for to locate born in Smithville, Ga., '"December 4, lic instruction and he is still holding constant worker in its ranks. I' half, he will himself lead the ftght...nd an it extended' and from-Kissimme* "17,
the Hansen factory here. IS740- Shortly after he moved to Ella- : the office, now serving his third term, Too often do men Meek office that not cease until the last ballot is deposited along the west' shore of our lake. J
1f1'1; Not so very fong ago ouf people ville and also is attorney for the of coun- in the box the 2d of That would br the moat picturesque y t'
from board
; their Georgia, there to Kis- they might! serve the interests of some on day :
and into
pockets
dug, dug deep, and could
to take
delightful trip that
immee ty commissioners, serving his second w4
Florida in
January 1881 faction and
particular or corporation,
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to' build hangar arid improve the "
fI,, a June.When be found in the south; and I am satisfied' r
where he has resided ever since. He often have such been elected seek The
1At grounds for a four-flush airship man year.With too men by Valley Gazette that the passenger traffic alone r; ..-
..\ ( from Alabama to do a few stunts in received his early education in the all of this he is still known to but.we say, and all who know him representative Mr. Sears said: would the and .'
'.jj ,;I ,this neighborhood, and later put up public schools of Osceola county, andIn his many friends throughout the stateas say, that W. J. Sears is not never has "Fir --He- wanted to' thank the the immense pay amount operating of expenses freight to be ..4M
t4 car real human money and a lot of it, to 1891 entered the Florida State College -I Joe. been and never will be the creature of newspapers of the district for the.fair hauled would; be all velvet in the mon w
ibuild a house and purchase machinery at Lake City, where he graduated -, His- Jife has been devoted to!*' the any click, class or combination of men, manner in which they had treated his drawer. ;'
ia'; '', for a man who claimed he could make receiving the degree of A. B. in public service and he is a broad, progressive but, will serve the whole people. His candidacy, and at this time simply desired ey' "Few people have idea of the i-
tf ..; coffee from.bananas that would equal 896, at which time he was Senior and fearless man. He has the hands-are clean, and when he takes to repeat that he would conducts great amount of any and :<-t I; .
.t: ,. the nectar sipped, by the gods both captain, corps of cadets. Entered unanimous endorsement of his county his seat! in congress March, 1915, he clean campaign and that hlrfrienda now produced oranges along the vege.tables route .. ,., 1,
!), (of which enterprises are only mem- Mercer university, Macon, Georgia, because of his influence, which has always can and will vote fot the best interestsof could rest assured that he would front proposed, butas soon as the road 1* :an:
where in 1896 he received
the degree been broad all the of his district. Thereis all the time
cries. Neither oh* ever contributed In Its scope and con- people now on give necessary built acre would be taken up'
\"t., ';' One dollar toward. the advancement, of o.f B L.: on.the 30th day of Nay 1911, Ithactlve'and lasting in its results. no man or set of men responsiblefor for an active and vigorous campaign. for trucking every fruit-growing that was ,. ,...,}
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1.iF 'our 'city- and every dollar n placed In the B. A. degree wary conferred upon I A man who la safe sane and con. his candidacy. He alone is behind "Second-That.,he would fearlessly adapted for--those purposes and a "'r*'
,.... Hhose scbeme"1ni&ht just as well have him by the university of Florida at servativ and yet who l has;: always been the screen it is his money every dollar and impartially represent each and every thousand handsome homes would'b1buiH '' "
\baeh Lake Tohopekaliga. Gainesville; in 1896 he was admittedto progressive and untiring In-his efforts of which is clean and hard-earnnd, part of the district Later he hoped .wher .
r', now are only vuYforeetlof
OJI' -this idea move a real factory practice law in Georgia 'and In' for the betterment: of his constituent. that will'defray every expense of his to meet as many of the voters aa-possible live oak magnolia and sweet bayj. -0-
t 'rher: appears .good on (It* ,face".and 906 admitted to the supreme court 1 and the best. interest of )>lis i state, A campaign thing almost unheard of ,,. at which time h* would discuss "I am convinced that the day.tb*'
;the deeper we gointo the project the of Florida and in 1912 to the supreme \ men who, by always being true to his in the past in' this 'orv any other state. frankly and' freely the various questlons charter i for this road prop_ J1f r
.betterit look, therefore w* hop that court of the United States and United friends and fair,to'.his'enemies,' has What, Joe Sears Is, he none lare-*[' arising, bjiJLsntiLhen.h* simply erty aftnr* granted the 'route ,will jump a,If 4w :
'#1.M"" ,-1nan who cam spar the time States district court Southern district made many 'of the former and.few, of sponsible. I J I desired to state that the best interest* thousand cent higher,"snd'thoa.of.us .. 4 I "
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of Florida. For several he ;
,' ;i\ 'will be at Shh, board of trade meeting a year waejnetnber'.vofthe the latter'':: . 'It will be no -dirty campaign Joe, or the district w.re' more important -whoown thU pro ; > buenriched ,. '. :
i4 ;.Jktbnday nifht to discuss this matter.. county;democratic Knowing him J to Posse.. the above Sear.will make bat nevertheless he' than the attainment of any one 1IIaft'I ten time over of the, amount.the ,
'J executive to will' make [ :
t"*' elected as vigorous a campaign as ] stock in the road costal Do >ou )
of 3
J rRev.., F thtA Fox o*' Orlkndo' willtblieoln.'to ffidal mayor communication Ki..ImHha'advocated f first fearless .in the dischargeof Aa'r yer-wged in .thiajlt. to _.He.jrlU4!th-* beat"IDaR'W4lUl4wia.."_ - '. realize ;'that.propertalone water, ,i{i,'
the .
Kiscinruno Saturday March municipal ownership of electric ?.hisTdutles,,;wepresent. him. tq- tb. go nto. every ,city, town-;: hamlet i l: The Valley Gazette 'taM the 'greatI troota k this section of) Florida is be-; .. . 11
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'. ,2V '.Devotion and1 conftsalon. J3aturdayVrenln klant, water,work!'send sewerageand r light people who wiI1.J1ot of:the-Fourth district'as. in th*e.untiea comprising the district,I i ias I eit; only truly, bat well; . be believe th* peopl.-laa"e'a right)i of vWY-JFfj8am' to th. voters of the *W&' a
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&; T:30 mass Sunday at 8 lb. aeeda >.' - big, ,
at that"tImit v
sown : .have resent th ... .
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realistic'that" onealmost' felt" hinuefjC oou..u'F; orldi.> board: '.1
; butjMie' of director .
: FLORIDA the. victim of the awful hallucination may' #>*ta.bllfibranch office at -'
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depicted in the poem." C s b other* s ::4's': trom'tlm.ltG i time. a* may .

The prices for tills ...entertainment'will '.Article *. i
1- be '16, 25 ana 35 cents, and reserved The general nature, of the "businessto :

seat tickets are- now' on*" sale .n hall ly be tranasx'ted the owning, by-w-Jsa.14 and Operating corporation; of 4. H. CSTANfORDGOI'-

STATE PRESSASSOCIATION[ at Roberson's! ; pharmacy. DEMOCRATICCOMMITTEE !saw mill and novelty work, manufaoturltiK

buylnir: or selling furniture,
buUfJinif ma.t .rlsl*, AxtuiNM end equipmfnti -
I *; -contracting for the building uf
PRISONER OF ZENDA house jpnd ether structures of any I S
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[ !III' dnallnK In any and -
AT THE PASTIME j : : kind. -01 material suitable therefor: toaequln. j 1 '
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real t-state. or other property personal Latest
This magnificent pl.y, made famous ] or mlifd.; to survey. sub-dlvlda plat. f

Be 'AddfessB Vice by James K. Hackett will be seen at Levies Improve suit devolop. for purpose of

Will By the Pastime in motion pictures tonight {j Assessment of Two eli sale things or otherwls needful*. for and the do and i perform .
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and should attract a large, au- | .I nprovem..n"( ,and d..v..lopm..nl'l
dience. The following is a brief 'yn- ; .. .m" for residence trade or business. ,
President MarshallFORT opal, of the drama: PercentLEAVKS td'.onduct aK n..ral real entate or I '
bro eraMre business. ; to act a* atent.
On the eve of his coronation, Rudolf broker or attorm-y-ln-fact for any per -

--- the weak king of Ruritania, finds I BIIII. firm or conpomtlon" In buying aellIIIK. -
himself a prisoner at Zenda in -the pledglngjind dealing In real emate -
MYERS PROMISES TO GIVE JT TO MEMBERS! OF and |>irsonal property or iii arcessorlps -
s power ofjilack Michael, an unprincipled ; t-<, <-stabliah. construct operate,
THE EDITORS THE BIGGEST member of the reigning house, COMMITTEE TO -SELECT and conduct ahlnKl&....millp. saw mills

EAT SINCE THE DAY THEY who is plotting to secure .the throne JUDGES AND CLERKS dredging and draining plant and ttYII. -. ' ?,
terns, and to manufacture and deaJ in
ENTERED THE NEWSPAPER for himself. In this dilemma the king's OK ELECTION IN lumber crosa-tlea and naval store of_ ; '

FIELD. friends find Rudolf Raascndyl), a soldier THEIR DISTRICT. all kinds; to
of fortune who heart a startling and thlnKs. to exerclsn any and all othr *M

resemblance to the king. They urge convenient< IICJW..rlwblch In connection may be expedient with and or In Gents' low cuts are arriving each t'l' ?

The executive of the him to impersonate thfe king and sub |I addition to the business or businessesli 4i
committee mit to be crowned. Rassendyll fallsin The Osceola County Democratic Executive -I ,-r.-t..if or. KixcrTlcfl.Ar ;
State .Press Association met .
Florida in Jacksonville at the Aragon hotel lave with the Princess Flavia, and Committee met at the court I ')'hl.. <- .-uriul-atli shrill exist. perpetually week. '

Saturday morning and arranged the after a desperate struggle with himself house Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, or until dissolved) according to law. f

decides to sacrifice his love and there being present Roma Th 'maR, I. Article
program for the coming annual meeting Th- ,amount of ('lIplllLllock of this'
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remain faithful ot Kis oath to restore chairman ; J. K. O'Berry, J. J. Johnston I Hrteen
in Fort Myers which promises to I corporation i /Hliull i .be i thouHatulIIIMI
be one of the best in, the history of the the king to his rightful throne. Aftera and S. J. Triplett, secretary. I ( I 1 ,.' ) lollars. I It" be divided Intohunilleil Gents Patent Tan and Gun Metal "t

association... series of stirring adventures, that The resignation of Jas. Daughtrey, "''It. and fifty ( I &U( ) shares of >
the |Mil vuluinf one hundred ( IIUIMIO )
President W. A. RuHKell of Palatka duty is accomplished, and Rassendyll member from liassenger precinct, was dollatH I ,-a,'h Anv MtocknotsutiHcrlbidfor I

presided, ancf$ecretary 1'. J. Apple- reveals )his true identity to the prin- accepted, and Abner J. Wright was HbHll I I b.- .Mold.. bv thv illrectorn I from, in all the latest shapes.Ladies' f f;'
who in heroic renunciation elected to nil out the unexpired term. ,,11111"<- in *tlnuJIH tile name may bei luedTb -
c'ss. sacrifices .
yard called the roll and announced that 1.1! cHpltal. stock may b,* pni.l. for
: a was present. her own love because the welfare Considerable discussion was indulged hi' |'irni.-i' I 1 is liib.ir" or KervlccH, Ht a JUKIaluiilli.ti
quorum of her people demands her to rul... in over the amount that should I \ .t l.i IKllxed: ; i hy the Incorixira v!<
done ,
The first thing was to
approve in Huritania. be assessed against candidates but tniH' ..r i li\ th.llrectorH ut a nKMtltiKc.ll
the change of date made by the Fort !.
.1 l fi.r that liurpnnerl new style Baby Pumps in
the entire committee of the
; Myern people in order to accommodate was opinion \ <-lr I
that some was to "I'm, liiiHln.NX an"alrs of this coipoiutl.ni .
money
nucossary
Vice-President Thomas R. Marshall the work of in '.,'' Hhnll' be, c.inductnl. '1 bom.I 1 nf Patent and Ankle '
who will address the associa ; carryon democracy :til|| I. < |,.IH. "I- n.il t I.-HH I"a\ ; lb i-<- :oliii.it I Colonial strap. ,
tion. This change consisted in moving BOON FOR t this county, and while there are no I ..- than.. .HI' \ .." fneinberHrtlele lF
expenses to I Ix:? met in the holding of ,\ <\.
i -up one day the opening of the asaociation the still certain Th.) annual. ] "t''t t Iflit of th.tt ockb.il.lIM $3.00 to $5.00.
primary
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contingencies
which will begin its sessions! t ,1..11'.1..1.1. Hi' the principal iifTUinf ",..
7 April 23 and will adjourn April 25. were constantly arising that. necessitated I ItilH. .. '..'i! |H>"at"Ion on I th.IliHt i JlOrItiIt> '.i'.1
FLORIDA the expenditure of. some ..il I l--ln i ua r> ..( cacti > eaji.t which I
The following is the program that and the at the ni<- money, only means committee
was arranged by the executive committee f i <'in I ii'- Mt.nk )tiol.it-rH a > of IIil- '
>,. Saturday : s command to get funds is by I..IH ,for ii 1- .-iiHUlnK: ; > i-ar I.r'I .' hoard: : I They are going fast. Come i in ;

levying an assessment upon candidates of ,li' i-fl.n' H HO flt-cti'd Hhall meet lin- I
b; Thuractaf' Apirl 23-4 P. M. the resolution I .,ni'-illat.-l, \ aft.-r the ,IJouriiiiii-iit of I Itl
I d to order. GROWERS following was j I MIL h rI I--i tIR. uf the stckliolders. and I while be fitted. ;
Invocation by Rev. C. T. Blanchet unanimously adopted: | Hhall. Ill ,,, ,, h : He it resolved by the Democratic 9 of the Episcopal church. Executive Committee 'of Osceo'la 11 i-.tsur-t-, .but th. HaniperHon, ma\ "
Address of welcome by the jnayor Inilil I tin-i ofl I. 'if Htcr.tarnn<1 ti.asui I
of Fort Mycts-juuL president of the County, Florida, that, for the'pur-, I *-r if
of its I \rtleleT.<<
poses meeting legitimate expenseir -
board of trade. 1 and Til" ",,,.) In ......1111011 Hhall adopt. ana I '
-BeRponbyHI H>@J'i.M a.mU-1 Vs Tnaintaining its: porty organization - ppi" <>|I'I' Int.- Bnnl nn Adjournment. Dehydrating Canning there is hereby levied upon ic-ov.-i niiit-nt' of Its affairs not incon- |
e I. ; each candidate o( the dcm.oYrutie par NiKt.ntitb' Its nrticlen itt -orpoia-t
i,; 8 P. M. ty to be voted for only in this lion aii.l. th,- I.IWH of th- stat of Klor- H. C. STANFORD CO.
Invocation by Rev. G. W. Retforcl county 1.1.whl.li' 'itS -litsys' may be I amend.-.1 or I Itl I .
in : ; ;
D. D., 'of the Presbyterian church.Mu Vegetables I the general primary election of 1914! III j ul. as priixl.l.-.l I In Haiti. itt -lai4Article
an assessment of 2 per cent. of the $. j .
.
,ic.
*', annual I r'h| ) lll" 'lK'Ht .....ou,1 of Ill.l4llt.lll t4H .
? Addrella-llon. Thomas R. Marshall - -- salary or compensation of the 01 I I li.iMitto i !I \\hlt-h thin I cot p.il at I i.ni.
t vice-president of the United States office sought by him; provided that I sh.-ill at am' tliiii- Kubj.-ct.il i IH III.IMinn J !
THK :;; DotS .
,, D1CVVENTOK MET1IOU no assessment bhall be required of I ..r |. rI i Ih.iuisanil, < lln.OiiO) o..I) tlt.itrlIcl.1) "1I 1-
Introduction by lion. W. A. Russell .
....
;NOT; UKKAK DOWN CELLS OF '
any candidate for any office, to the j l
of .
: president the Florida Press Asso ',r
ciation. VKCiETABLKS.; : BUT I'KE-: holder of which no-salary or compen- I I iitIi' III. flisi I l-l.-l-tloll' of olTICVIH' III.- :
dtion is required to be paid, by law. IIUH'II.-NH. :, of :ttitH. ,.lit porat Ion shall :lie:;:
c; Reception in honor of Vice-President SERVKS THE SOLIDS I ..on.lucte.l.. ,In. th.- mi i...\\ IliK natll.-d, (pI I I- ".-..", midertnkiiiK* Irn".itll', ",r ,illHtrlliuted lo the holders of the ,r r I
Marshall and wife and other distinguished INTACT.: ROMA THOMAS, .11" < II I.,. 1 ? < visitors, by the citizens ol: Chairman Democratic County I K ....dl.. Ui-i. i-,I'-..'lillit. a-d I \VHlount lI..r'Rk en i b> promoter, !nv. Mtor. .number. of Rluirt-s outstanding and the 7";!'I
Fort Executive: Coinmitteer4Ji: seorrtarv an, Myers. I In last week's issue of the News ref- I the board ..r directors Hhall I litoinpuHcd "mml..lon rttcn find apt'ii IR. 11,1) ID Mn, .part or all of said capital stock f'
:t Friday, April 24-9 A. M. County, Florida. of I II. II. L,- 4 of In'
Invocation by Rev. G. F. Scott, pas erencewas made to anew system Attest: SJ.. TRIPLETT, I i l.i'dbetter and (lara H. I.edbetter.I Th.- i'n,Io rstaco ulre i nnd well I I alt property. labor or services at or "?
\ tor of the Methodist church. preserving vegetables and fruits by Secretary. ..,tI IU ofllcrs shall atlopt t.-mporary b\- or any negotiable or t trniinferal. l instrument "silijitli... t.i., I..- fixed by the a Just .f1t.iis.
!; the process of dehydrating, that is by laws until the first annual iti.--lltiK. ofth. .. and a 'urlll.*,,. ln<')111"1inn . 01 by the I Directors at Incorpora. '!
>
c,.,' Presid. lt's annual address. removing all water from productsjLjiUP The law requires that a certified I .- stock hol\"r. debont urea !;hTTtT8 notes and bills ofexptinnpfo. ( ;Hll.-.l,: for stub purpose. a raeetlag1 M

Report of secretary. copy of the resolution, with the-names Article IO. [ Tinauiliinlzeil, capital stock
be V
treated. The The may ,
opinion was expressedthat iiamcH and ri-Hl.l4-nc.-M uf thesul .
,
Report 'treasurer. of the To punch inn. acquire. hold lssu.,1 an.l .p.i|1,1 for .at such time
offices to be filled, be filed with crlhei-B to th.-sf> articles. of Incorporation : own asf or ft
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to certain I
owing advantages sign f lranBf\r, and of \ ilniiK and upon such terms
4 Appointment of vacancies dlRpOHe \ \< and oondl- ,J
on com the clerk within five together with the numb-i- ofHlfitren
possessed by this system, it was especially days alterits of tl".- capital stock Blocks bonds\.and other "evlilerir, R 'tfindebtedness tiuns n" tinHoard of Director. m.y. ''
mittees. subscribed *
adapted to the needs of such a adoption, and that duty was perform .bv each set opiiuHlte their nan'.... areas Report of committee on member- south where ed by the chairman and secretary on followti. ineatlc or foreign, and to INHUO I In ex '' .ARTICLE IV. ,t"I
section Florida trans
as change thereftrr Its stock, bonds I I The
or
chip. Wednesday.: J. C. Ledbetter. Klsslmmee. five corporation shall have auc_. J
: e Report of .committee on cost con- portation rates to the principal mar- S. J. rcuna K. L.edbetter. KisHlmrnee., $ live other obUgati os slot. by its corporate name p.rptuaj'i-
kets of the country are so high as to Triplett, representing the C.V.. lilount, Klnslmmee. five. To a cJ u I rmr o*'n. work lease mort. ly. und Is to exist perpetually. '

en' make the ordinary canning of farm coossee district, gave notice Nar-I In witness whereof wu have hereunto gage, convex sell and /llftpoHe of anv I I I ARTICLE V. _
.
Discussion of. same, led by Harry J.. "in commercial would .resign. his membership on net our hands .and seals I hia inbcluy : mln..a. mln..r..I.. ore. mineral. oils or ; The )iualness. of the -'
large
Droducts a way, of March. A. 1>. 1814. aN kinds, mining and mineral I I corporaOen ,
- J3r wn, Kecord, St. Augustine. committee prior to the time when the oil hull b,, conducted by a President, a ,
its porhibitive. J. C. L.EDBETTNR. rights, and metalliferous .
qi (Seal) lands, and Vice-President.
I i
2 and
P. M. Secretary
referred judges and clerks would be named BUNA F. LKDBETTER. Seal Interest. therein and .. a Tress- "
The process to, that of the (, ) any to urer and such other
Entertainment" by-. ,Fort Myers board 'Dryventor" system of the General I.. a* ha Intended ,being a candidate for U.' W. BLOUNT. Seal) work.e.rcise, develop the ', agetrt a* may from time officer to tin and be ,;:;,
of trade. to manufacture and .
.. Dehydrating company of New: YorTc the legislature, and he did not believeit Sta-te; of FlorIda. County of Osceola.as.Un kind of ore. metal and ", "Plore'j:of elected Directors or appointed and by a ,Board' ,U|

8 P.M. has been demonstrated as a thorough just to name ,the judges that would this IVth day of March A. L). 114 and the products thereof I nan three nor consistingof' not leu J", I
Paper; Florida and Her Resour :ee5 count the before me Ruth Thomas, a notary pub more than seven men- ,?|
success': The concern-ia operating tWQ, votes in an election where tic In and for Toestablish. construct operate and her*. The number of Director halt .';'
the state of Floridaat
Ii.Gilbert D Leach Tribune. Tampa. his name the conduct turpentine farms and stills.rhingle I i'be Axed by--the "I"
plant, (one of them at Bodnd Brook, appeared on ticket.A large personally appeared J. G.Ived- stockholders In the
The Girls' Canning Club"-Mill8 custom that has not- in mills, saw mills, electric lightIntr ;. by-Jaws from time' to time, and the
I N. J.), and keeps both of these plants prevailed better.Juna F. Ledbetter and C. W. and plants, officers shall be "
power tramways lonr'londs elected .
}{laun<. well known ; : or appointed)
Agnes Ellen Harris teacher of home the to and knownto
past, but will be rigidly me
busy, especially dehydrated products adhered be the who dredging and drainage plants a. prescribed by the by-I....... The- L'
economics Florida State College for of the Unietd States navy.. The to by this committee, is the--publication going proposed persons charter signed of the the Osceola foro- :fnd: systems, water; works and Bfwt-r: slime person may hold two or more .-
i is< so.plants and.systems and to ,,, offices '
Women. of all received and disbursed Lumber and Furniture : miiita'turp except as may otherwise be l"
moneys and
that it is unable to company
company says supply deal In
and lumber rencrilied

cross 11siid I liy the by-laws. ,
"The Work of the Boys' Corn Clubs" the demand, which awaits an increased immediately following- primary who.poges'a'hfl"after't being. that duly .wqrn., 1 each de- ", naval stores of all kinds i Tlie following. named persons .!._.., "f-,5',
Bay they signed the I
-DrA.; ; Evans'of the agricultural.. supply from other plants that and again after the general election foregoing proposed charter ofthe OHceola To ,acquire purchase catch. 1111. .-, I inthe omc.ru to conduct the busliii 1'I sls!

cY,. department, Washington, D. C. may be established on moderate capi- in November. The committee Lumber, and Furniture company ltthold.. store pack. pr..P". H.-ll.xpolt. H8 of the Company until the offloer.)1'\)
Followed by a banquet tendered by takes the stand that publicity the I for the use and purposes therein expressed ilUpOHi i of and dlst I rITxitV Huh tion who shall be (elected at the first elec "'
tal. tif officer
f nil klndR. and to of said Company shall
Ki'ntTally
!.; the board of trade of Fort Myers. greatest safeguard to place around cnKatr-< I In- iiuallfli-rt. .I.
One very noteworthy fact about the Given under my hand and official ",'nl 4'i tln> fish business.Ti 'S
Saturday, April 24-9 A. M. ."Dryventor" process is that it 'does public funds, and certainly the money I this IDth day of March. A. I). 1914. > build liuy sell equip operate \V 11".1'W n Thurman. President. "

.hv CAtion.-Oy Rev. W. C. Martin pot break down the cells of vegetablesand that comes into the committee's hands Heal) HUTU THOMAS. .2 V(1 own. steam ships at, itn hontt* ,' It 1 h Mnlilnson Vlca-Presldent. ,
-.e .f the church: -' i Notary Public) State at l arKe. sailing. vessels motor launch-, I'ort.-r Secretary.
Baptist throuuj! assessment-is powerboats ' \
i fruits buf "the-; olid : public money.It My ' Carson Treasurer.
preTserviBB explrpH= April 11 i. 1H17? and other boats and
i'' Business session. intact, leaving all the nutritive qualities i is understood the committee will ticwr : J'J't"iN\ :- be" used In"sUCTt UTIBIneBB. trade property com-to ,''UI() lI..rryV.. . Thurman. W. B. :Makilimon. -' ,'.

Reports) of committees. un hanR'ed. Thus analyses show meet on or about May 1, when the Attorney for IncorpuratorB.RfOTICM mereand navigation : ami' to construct Ihurman H., n Arthur Porler'C-E. : Cftrson.-Jion ---'---,, _

:- Election of officers. that products retain their fresh condition judges and clerks will be named: In ,and warehouses operate and plern, dock. i iwharves S A'ans Annew shall be Donefran Director and. P. "n)

Selection of next place of meeting. for the elimination of the meantime all those who desire OF APPLICATION loll LET termlnpla1 Th.- firm election. of Director shall '
except In connection with uch bual,,,- ;
TtCltS "'' !Is- /
Announcement of landing commit- their ATK\T AND INCOR held the 14th day of April A. D.
water. for the table name on the ticket to be votedat To i ..i..t
tees Preparation PORATION.. purquu any and all other business 14. ,.. hereafter the"ahnuar -elee- -.." -
means simply soaking in water and the primary election can call on and to do any and all other acts lion of Directors shall be held at theprincipal ,'r
Adjournment in the Roma Thomas, chairman of the com- ---t and thing and tn exercise any and office and place of businessof ; '

;# Pleasure Trip Planned.' cooking The ."Dryventor"ordinary" is : way.operated T>y mitt..,, and leave with him 2 per cent. Notice Is will hereby apply given to the that Oovernor the Under.lgn.d all other. expedient powers or whichmay convenient' be In necessary connection .- day the of cOl rttn::: 'ct.lhe second. If not Tue*a. '.".

Possibly trip through the lakes to ratified expanded air resulting from of one year's salary o/ the .office, they of the State Of Florida en the ZSth with. .nr In addition to the legal holiday and If a legal boll",.,' '.,1
F Fort Lauderdale West Palm Beach seek. day of March A. D. 1914. for Letters buttlness and t>u.tn0.sr9 hereinbefore tbvii on the ''
next succeeding buless '1
this the company's multiple effect system, MOTEL COMPANY under the follow- perined. which a natural person and day .'
Miami etc., or may be ehangr4to the temperature never exceeding 130 log proposed- Charter and Article of a corporation of this character .

a trip by steamers to Key West, degrees. The articles to be treatedare FORWARD MOVEMENT atent Incorporating aUAYSTONE lawfully do and exercise: and 10m dn The said ARTICLE VI. 1.,
and up over the extension of the East Incorporation, a copy of which has any and all of the businesses. or things corporation shall adopt an ,
placed ni the Dryventor no trays been filed In the office of the Secretary befote mentioned either alone or In appropriate seal and shall adopt br-' -'VJ
f ,,. Coast railway, stopping in different and by an improved feature the air Is IN THE CHURCHESFollowing of State of .ald State of Florida. combination.It law for the government of its affalra$ ir
cities homeward not Inconsistent with It. Article of '
on trip General HARRY W. THURMAN.W. ",
Manager Morton Riddle compelled to pass through the prod- B. MAKIN8ON. Is the-Intention that all the ob Incorporation and the Law of tb* w -< ,
qf the East ucts instead of merely above and below II. D. PORTKR. i jects and powers apeclfled. and clauses late bf Florida, which by-law. mar ; 5 \

Coast railway -ha. written Secretary the same, making the treatment up the forward movement C. A. CARSON. contained In this paragraph shall except be aniended or repealed a* mar )>' ':< .
f Appleyard he will do all in his power in the Sunday school and church circles JOS THURMAN. I where otherwise expressed In provided In said by-laws. I'
'
very effective. aid be dre.rtcted
paraKraDh. nowise
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fj
or
li to make trio this ARTICLE
a over line oleasft VII.
t. as
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ant as b* knows how. Among the many things to which arrangements have bean made Article. of .....r*>.>r. : the for a Sunday school convention at the term. of any other clause. of
.
dehydration Dryventor _
by
On the trip down to Fort the system P> e4l of Gr.y.t.eeH.tel this or any other paragraph In this or liability to which the corporation
-; Myers the to
Methodist church the fifth' Sun ._ .
is applicable are vegetables, fruits pa y. Charter but that the objects and Owere can at any time subject Itself shall .
Atlantic Coast Line will probably holdup sugarcane coffee, tea, cereals, seeds day in this month, the program for* 7h.. undersigned Harry W. ThurkaT specified In each" of the clauses of not exceed the amount of It. capital :,-
trains a sufficient of time ) W. B. Maklnson. It. I). Porter. C. tock authorized at
such
length time.
and fisb.Then. which will be seen in another pLace this paragraph shall be regarded" a.
A Carson and Jos.
. to enable the city Lakeland' to ten- would seem to be a very im- in this paper. A glance at this! program as.<.Mel.te themselve Thurman together for hereby the Charter Independent may object be amended and from power time This to The names ARTICLE and residence) VIII., of the sub- I "1
der toll
r. 1 a breakfast and a ride around the protant advantage in the establishment will convince one that this meet- purpose of becoming Incorporated un- time a* provided by law now or hereafter crlblnir In corporator* together with, ... "J"
_ : town to the Aer the law of the State of Florida. he number "
distinguished visitors. of Dryventor .plants in such a ing is designed to help promote ..tbe.fflcl.ncy enacted. of share of the authorized :/
The general arrangements of themeeting of the forces _ARTICLB i.:' ARTICLE III. apltal stock subscribed for by ._... ,,,; ',
Section as this, which has so long discussed Sunday school The nam.. 'o this Corporation shall. are as follow.: ,
and wI
k ia any changes that may be the need of something in the and a consideration of the personnelof he ORAY8TONK HOTEL COMPANY. The amount of Its 'capital stock authorised Harry W. Thurman. Klsslmmee.. Fla. , .
needed: the program were left to nature of canning Industries to turn the speakers assures that ideas will It. principal office and place of busl- shall be two hundred thousand boo shares. "> "
Secretary Appleyard. be lesS shall be In the City of Klsslmmee.. ($100.000.00) dollar, divided Into W. H. Maklnson. Klssimmee. Fla. "
presented on this occasion that will 1'
: unprofitable crops into sources Qf satisfactory (fount of Osceola. In the State of two tho.usa.nd (1.000) .ha-re. of the (0 share \
in really aid in the of the. work.It value one hundred (1100.00) dol R n.I vi"
gain. The advantage this progress Florida, and It hall have power to establish Car Porter Klsslmmee. 1tt. 1-;L" -;
4. of canning is is evident that the Christian other offices and agencies each. one hundred thousand shares. '
preserving.
system over <
EDWARD BRIGHAM seen in the elimination of freight forces of the city are awake to their ida.within and without the State of Flor stt1nir((1100,000.00). of one dollar thousand of said(1.000)stock share.of con-. shares.
charges for bringing to factories responsibilities and exerting; themselves ARTICLE IL the par value of one hundred .Ioa I Thurman Klsslmmee.. Fla., lii ,tt\}'. 1,;

/ AT PASTIMf.T"fATfR heavy packing supplies, as well as the not only to get the people out ( 100.00 dollar each shall be common hare f ,. "
The general nature of the businessor IN
stock and one hundred thousand : WITNESS WHEREOF the said .
to '
: cosc0 shipping products in the un- Sunday school and church but to businesses to be transacted by said ( 100000.00 dollar. of said stock i subscribers have hereunto set their ,5. '

dried state, when they contain so largea make the services such as' to help-all Company I t. all follow: consisting' of one : :.U8done\' ) hands and seals, this 19th day of Fe.. '' .

S.. JN SONGS AND. RECITATIONS. percentage of water. Dryventorgoods in their/life/' problems. In these earn- To carry on the business of hotel hare* of the par v : b..1 uary.. A. D. 1514. T N '"
and Inn re.taurant dred ($10000) dollar each. shall HARRY W. THURMAH.
est should k..p.r. ke.per.
effort* they have the
: ONE OF THE MOST POPU. may be shipped in paper cartons cooperation vtock. The It "I'
I I caterers' keeper of livery stables and preferred holder. of tbs W. B. MAKlNaON. ..
giving distinct in and support of every good preferred stock shall be entitled1 R. .., {
LA RARTLSTS ON THE A advantage Karaites for horseless conveyance to D. PORTER. ".
;
freight charges, while .the extreme citizen. If. one can only attend and ; ,... STAGE. lightness of the show by his presence an inclination I men tobacconist. dealer In the surplus or net profit of the corporation JOS. THURMAN.PTATK :
p _ "Dryfresh packagesis provision barbers and hair dressers, yearly dividends at the rateof
to help In the work even this is '..i' ,
a convenience to all handler of worth {new dealer *hd proprietor or man eight (1%) per annum and "
( ;j .The management of the Pasthn these commodities. while. It is a rare case that can not alters of theatre,. opera houses. and no more. e'Tgn l . on the preferred OF FLORIDA '" .

theater IB to-be commended for their Since the article in" last week' at least attend the services at the other -places of publlo entertainment. stock shall be cumulative and COUNTY OF OSCBOLA 89. t
paper i house of the Lord. To acquire by purchase or otherwise hall be payable before any dividendson BR IT KNOWN: That before 10\\
See mm
endeavor to. furnish the highest class. of what YOU : .
some our leading citizens have own hold. buy sell convey exchange the common stock shall be paid or the undersigned In and
Notary Public.
,ef entertainment for their patrons, and taken this subject under. serious con- can do. I..... mortgage dlpoe of. set maid for the same period. so that Jir the State of Florida, County of of., :;,.

,4*.p.ciaUy. in the person of Edward sideration.A trade and deal In real estate or other If. for any period dividend. at the rat < sceola, personally appeared Harry ...,
/ v PROPOSED CHARTER property personal or' ml"ed. of eight per cent (.%) per annum ,v. Thurman. W. B. Maklnson, R. O. r.-
Brigham the noted singer and dra- stated in last '" .
week' Issue '
our hall not have been paid the
on pre-
1'-- To urvr, subdivide. plat. ImproveI PoYter C. A. Carson and Jo*. Thurman. -
:' t
>jnauc : reader, who appears at that Mr. Joseph E. See one of oar grove oaCOLA. LUSH AND rVHlCOMPANY. develop land for purpose of ale ferred tock. th* deficiency kail h. to me well known -and known t. .'. .

,popular playhouse Monday March 23. owners, has bought some sample of : _r otherwise, and .to do and performment. paid before any dividend shall. be paul me to b. the Individual In and who .,
-- all thing's needful for tho develop- upon or set apart for th co.nmei ub.crtbed their name to the for.. rang "
'An exchange hat the following to
"Dryfrsh" goods from ..New York and 1\}
,, '1h. vndrlmed do hereby aoblit. I Improvement ahd management of tocfe. In the event of any liquidation proposed Charter and acknowl-.
I 'HIT of Mr.BrIgham' .work.' wouid be glad to show. them. to anyone thmelves. torether for tb. purpose of the aan for r..ld.no..etra'd. or buUnes or dissolution. or windIng up dged that they executed the *aroe.. for: '

_____ "' 'Mn Bngham baa A_ ,vole of wonderful interested . ; beoomln Incorporated und.r th* law .. Whether voluntary or. Involuntary, o' he- purposes therein xprrd. .--.' ":J l
and of Florida, aa acorporation for profit the corporation .b.-lIold. of toe WITKBBS my hand and offlelsJ **-a ., 1JW ii"
'. flexibility power which 14}* 'Mr..See.haIi investigated the Dry.venter to be known aa the Qoceola Lumber and To conduct" a general reM astat preferred stock shall be-entitled to b.. at Klsslmmee In ;
Stat
i tb. County and !
i; , >ntlrj program displayed .to the best proposition cjuite thoroughly : Furniture comnanjr, subject to the Jaw surety and laarano agency and aid hi foil both the par amount of foreaald. llth day of Fcbraary.

? ; I advan & .. :Ail the recitations were i having ,visited the plant at Bound1 of Florida and'th.. followingpropo* doltarter 'brokerage. broker.bulnea or attorney, and ,to la I.act... for aaaront. heir shareS and th. Mapald' dividend A. D. i..tJaI. .., -. "I" 'r,

_ i._ 'If- q- ......utUuD7anJatle* : and so nanrlys. Brook, :and b* would be pleased to .... -,,'vIsa. -,ArtS.b.1.- .- .''- -J, . any person, firm-or corporation 'In. ball accrued b., thereon paid to the before bold.uIUDO..t.. of the ISeal Kotarr) Public l1.: w. 8AR<;JlN1'FiendS"s!: f;.,

.f "it? '. 1..4 the i. 0.0__ L.umb and Furniture oohi- In or peronal property orIt* the holder of the preferred expire 'f, .
menUfft.. abov othr, unit -I person or b snail, fc> any who tock ".r-- I' ' ."'. '
way bf acc.eaories.s. / SSt
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pantad It* prlncljpal plao 01 busl.ness. "- of lie par amount and unpaid dividend VANS AONVVT- ,
*. ***. -.<. bo./TM.Kayen... '...:which' .,wa ,*"o"tf ,,, st r.sted.D.Soto. County Now*.; ,/,_ aaU b., )A,. ID_ r Oeceolat. ,.f:To oarrjr .n and *ntrtaln 'any, busts I ber.ou. .thereeiain1agasseta'_shall b.. ":1, .Attorneys-f*, CRAWFORD.
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from himself: and Ms trouble Such : March 9, say:' ;i"Th.':d.mand for'orange the:pact' week; Fifty,'ladle*. whit I'',,

I HOW SHAU-:: a method of treatment would not necessarily -!IFAfflNCT01F"I I*,very". active' ", shipments light l- ', THE UNITED haired sweet-faced .grandmother,' S
separate him from,his family market strong. beautiful mother, fair young matron-'
but would give him the benefit of their 1 The Florida'grapefruit market remains' and.delightful young ladies'btd.up

care and attention and sympathy: to t low on grapefruit of ordinaryor the quota. 'Each.on.'attind,1n a ult-:
say. nothing of nourishing food'from poor quality and large sl l .e. Mar.ket 5. able and elegant! costume. of thw day, 'f//!
WE CONQUERWHHflLAGUE the home kitchen. At the same time IN CITRUS: is doing better QIT fruit of- good' CONFEDERATE: and the grand reception 'p rloI; was _

the segregation from them in the actual quality- and desirable sizes beautiful, so suited to each'* com: ,
,
living conditions would reduce to "It generally agreed .thatjiot panyw ,,1''will'not: try to describe .It.
a-minimum the danger to them. over 15 per cent of the Florida citrus'l though one mighT wrlte"a ',vol me in 5
The danger of.' his insidious disease trope remain on the tree With onlya 'icripttoir"of--'Itr beauties. but .one .

to the community and to the state baaleg SHIPMENTS limited supply .of fruit 4j sight it VETERANS feature I believe I ean.not,. re ist the'
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: been known, but only partially i looks as though the. market should temptation to speak.of'wa*.the great C. ,
realized. Its control and treatment continue strong and materially
on oranges _. wide white fire-place, with- its marble,
have been worked out by the medical --- improve in the. near future 'ongrapefru'It. hearth and brass andirons, and the,


Is: Question Asked By Thor *profession n the erection"and .private-of sanitariums-individual! manyof Gold Of The Past Month "On Florida. 'celery thW demand'con The- To Be Lavish. Entertained lovely warmth blaze so cheery making and a'beautiful.light and At .. I

'; them failing to realize in their construction tinues heavy and ;.market strong. fine Victr 1a poured forth some soft. '' '
4 the essential and peculiar, trade who expect to store Florida i fascinating music
aa our rely'host
characteristics of the dise ae. It is celery must remember that about half : received _. '
I'fiif', State Health Board 'Did NoDarnige At Jacksonville ess u* Tid made us acquainted
because of its danger to the community of March Is gone; that Florida Will : and wi%h inimitable grace entertained '
I at large that the state formerly be very short of April celery this sea- us so that everyone seemed to
assumed to control ellow fever when son and that now is the time for -- I have a delightful time Her "Sunday -,

;! PULMONARY::: CONSUMPTION I that! pestilence made its appearancein CHA8K.CU.&J: EXT B SAYS' DEMAND them to sure their supplies for stor- AND ALL .FLORIDA WILL ASSIST I School Class," a bevy of bright young .

CLAIMS ITS VICTIMS BY THE, Florida. Yet tuberculosis' -.pulmon1 FOR ORANGES IS VERY. age pufrpoie TilE CfATEWAY CITY IN WEL* : girls, helped with the entertainment. -
"It generally agreed yesterdaythat
I claims Its victims was '
I 1 ary consumption-- Some""p1ayed the piano, showing .
( SCORE TODAY WHERE !I by., the score today where yellow fever ACTIVE, SHIPMENTS ,. the damage from recent cold I' COMING THE HEROES skilL .Some sang. Som exquisite recited --- -
; J 1 YELLOW FEVER "I'took one. LIGHT AND MAR weather to the Florida east-Aait tomato WHO WORE THE And one appropriately beautiful

.TOOK ONE. Will the people of Florida actively KET STRONG. crop was about 33 1-3 per cent., GRAY.; J'. thing was a solo, with an accompaniment
I support their health officers in this although this estimate may prove to I I ,- .- .' on the piano, "Grandmother' '
fight against tuberculosis?" be either too large or too small, as a'' t
':\' How shall we treat tuberculosis? Florida Citrus Shipments.Cars great deal depends on the productiveness Jacksonville, Fla., March 17.-The girls.Love Letters' by two of the young .

Two things are of prime improtance moved last week ______. .__ 654 of the vines which, while they March number of the Confederate Then the t
, ::1 in the ideal treatment; one is the careT HEARINGS BEGIir i Cars moved week before last_ 740 I now appear-to be in good shape, were Veteran, published at Nashville, Tenn., a content came in flower"Floral Courtship.which. '

T .; 1 of the patient himself, the other is the Total cars moved to last Saturday severely shocked by the cold. We have carries the following editorial on the made a lot of merriment.guessing And after .

; (, protection of those who have charge of AT WASHINGTON _______ ___ _____ ________16, 08 received telegraphic advices from .eastcoast.points Jacksonville reunion: time the dainty delicious refreshments a
//1 "'- the patient, for the disease is com- to the effect that additional "The people of Jacksonville, Fla., served
, munwable and is easily transmitted Jacksonville, Fha., March 13.-The damage was experienced from are making preparations to entertainthe I so perfectly by the charming
little .
t, f; through the characteristic germs. ON APRIL 6 TO ADJUST DIFFERENCES citrus fruit movement this week was cold weather last night, with heavy twenty-fourth annual reunion of and maidens smiles.with their pretty way
sweet Then the
.. .... less than the weeK the United Confederate Veterans' as- merry ,
eighty-six cars
; ; When tuberculosis is mentioned one BETWEEN EMPLOYER losses in districts which escaped damage I chat and .
for the; sociation in As readers silvery laughter; went on until I
. f.f varietv of the disease comes first to previous the total movement to last night. May. our
AND EMPLOYE. week betng 654 cars. The entire -citrus i up know, the dates of the reunion are it. was time for our audieu, when ,'
, the mind unless it is otherwise specified -
"No doubt the time this letter i is-
by each went their ,
Various
t' feeling
that of pulmonary consumption, fruit movement out of the state j May 6, 7 and 8. The Jacksonville way
in which- the lung cells are involved. I! Washington, I). C., March 17.--Col- since September 15 to March 7, inclu- published the trad papers will have Reunion association has been chartered it wan. one more beautiful link in the I

. Probably this is the most easily communicated -! lective bargaining, conciliation and arbitration sive, has been 16,908 cars. the received effects particulars of last night's by wire frost., as The to under the laws of Florida, the In- chain, and of one mow green spot in the
the
pleasant social life of
I memory
of adjusting dif- Tiiere is better demand for oranges corporators numbering of the
a
and the most dangerous to ,: as means fifty
cold weather has not damaged the citrus ,
Ji"fimmee MRS. J. H. BULL.
I ferences between employer and em this week than last. particularly most active and patriotic citizens of __
the home and the community. And it In fact this cold weatherwill I I ___ ___
. is this variety that is under consideration ploye will be considered at the first in the southern markets, and good erop. the fruit to in good that marvelous city, to handle the r%.,
here. formal public hearing in Washingtonof quality and desirable sizes are bringing II cause Packer carry union. A fuml of $60,000 is being I

It has been proved by long experience the United States Commission on fair prices. In almost every mar- i\hMpe.--The.- ._- raised by the association to defray i ADJUTANTGENERAL
,, t that out-of-door life is the best Industrial Relation. The hearing will ket grapefruit is still dragging: but HISTORY IN I expensed of the meeting and to .show j I''
preventive and, where not too late, the begin Monday, April 6. I I the demand is a little better for good' BATTLESHIP SCHOOl. the veterans und their friends that'

I surest cure for the disease, "in which.|. Corporation officials. and trades onion fruit and desirable sizes. Inferior fruit Jacksonville appreciates the honor : .
' the patient may breathe sleeping or''] leaders who have negotiated and I and undesirable sizes are bringingpoor I I that has been conferred on the city
r walking, an abundance ot fresh, clean :, maintained trade agreements in five prices and hurt the demand for :Secretary's: Daniel's order, turningthe by its selection as the 1914 meeting I
I
.. .. air, for that medicine is most destruc-' of the nation's largest industries will good fruit. It is believed that thin I battleships into schools\ for the place.. .
be called to testify. week the market will be stronger orf enlisted men, ill bringing: out some "This
t tive to the germs of consumption. The' II ill the lust time. reunion of \
fact has been the important reason The commission hopes to elicit information grapefruit: as most markets are cleaning I amusing stories.A . the United Confederate Veterans! has '

why Florida and the south have; attracted 1 that will disclose to what up. The supply in the state now Filipino sailor in the history class I gone to a Florida city, and all of Flor-
such numbers of tubercular I extent improvement in industrial relations -I is rather limited as probably K5 to 90 had to write a .short account of the ida Is taking u deep interest in the FORREST f I

' patients from other sections of the I might be expected from the ''I per cent. of the crop has been mar- life of George Wanhington.. lie knew preparations to entertain them. The
, country-the milder climate has made general adoption of such agreementsin keted. nothing of the hero of the Revolution, reunion city ill delightfully situated
out-of-door living mOle endurable and other industries.The The cold weather throughout the but he asked a coal heaver who was and well equipped to handle\ large .- "

: : delightful in very season of the: year. ,I hearing will intlude: systematic 1 entire state which has caused damageto : able to give him some information. ,, crowds. Jacksonville is situated on ,';'{
As the value of the open air treatTnent -- efforts at peaceable settlement: of di'i-i fjetabla as far >;uth an Arcadia This ia what the Filipino wrote: the north bank of the SL. John's river. HaslrausforredHisHead-

; has been more und more impressed putes in the coal mining industry,the oil the west coast and Miami on the tieorg: Waaumgham was sore Iwj- tw 'iity-K..v n milea from th .-mouth. : '
: ed upon the medical men of the counI I railroads> the clothing industry, the rust coast, has done no damage to the cause Ammerical persons is not free. j of the htreum. Its environments are ----- -'- - -

try the treatment of tuberculosis in printing trades, the building trades citrus fruit crops arid reports coming He sale to England on North Dakota historic, picturesque, and of semitropical To Jax
I sanitariums has seemed to lose in fa-' und the molders' trade. from almost. every section are to the ship and say to king, "I ixpress dec- I interest.. Nearly four hundred quarters
; vor. The disadvantages of the latter At least two representative employ effect that the early bloom and fruiton laracion of Indypendens for America! j years ago the French and Spaniards
which are offset by the former, are I ers nnd two representative union officials -I the trees has suffered no injury. persons." King say nothing doing fought bloody battles for supremacy ---

1 several. I in each industry have been asked The first cold snap lately did much to and Mr. Wassingharo tell! tell ad- in the territory around Jacksonville. SONS OF VETERANS ARE ACTIVELY
No building, however well ventilated to testify. The lint of witnesses will put the citrus fruit in fine conditionand miral l>ew<>y to shoot turret guns. Evidences of the conflict are yet visible ; MAKE
'. .. can have such an unfailing supply :, be made public in a few Hays. I at the present time the fruit has Bime-by, King say he will not rule between Jacksonville and the AT WORK TO
of pure air as nature furnishes where < One session of the hearing will be never been surpassed in any previouss Ammerical persons again. "Let Georgdo mouth of the St. John's river. While COMING! REUNION GREAT

, the sky m the only roof. However i devoted to each of the five trades, and The carrying quality is every- it," say king, and Ammerical perSons the state of Florida lies south ot the EST IN HISTORY OF
for the hearing will close Wllh the testimony -I thing that could be desired. Growersand is free. H
I \, complete may be the provisions . great theater of the civilwar, Jack- ORGAMZATION.
;' destroying and for preventing the of witnesses whose experience shippers anticipate a rising: market --- --- sonville felt the shock of the mighty
transmission of the bacilli of tuberculosis of study have been along broad, next week for good grade and When you reach the Jordan of confli t. Four times the city was

no sanitarium can be so well eral lines. gen'j pack. _ death and hear the roar of the breakers occupied by'Umon troops, but gallant Jacksonville, Fla., March 17.-The
I equipped as the laboratory of the Among the trade agreements all the creeds in the world will Confederates, under the leadership of various sub-committees, of the Jacksonville .
; great out-of-doors. I which detailed information will solicited Chase & Co. .. Trade Letter, avail,. you nothing if Christ i is not thereto Generals Colquitt and Finegan, Reunion association 'are at

: The close association of several or i are the agreement in the anthracite Jacksonville, Fla., March 13.-Chase I take your hand and lead you across stopped their advance into the heartof work perfecting arrangements for j
' .
many invalids or semi-invalids in a I and bituminous coal mining & Co., in their trade letter dated the darkling tides the state by winning the famous handling the large crowd expectedhere
' hospital increases the danger of in-i industries, the agreement that existed I battle of Olustee. May 6 7. 8, to attend the twenty-

< fection, or of reinfection. More than ] for several years in the building "Florida troops fourth annuaf[ reunion of ,the United
that, the influence of such intimate association | trades of New York city, various I for bravery on many were fields.conspicuous The stateItave Confederates and the nineteenth, reunion !
ia depressing mTntally, wherea agreements in the clothing industryof of the Sons of Veteran
comparing of symptoms and a' frequent New York city and Chicago, and :: (:Prickly A h, Poke Root and Potassium) of the liberally south and of her"Is sons now to taking the cause care Adjutant-General Nathan Bedford

and almost constant discussion similar agreement irt the printing Powerful of aged Confederates with Forrest -of Memphis, Tenn., of. the "
'. of experience is "possible. And cheerful trades and the molders' trade. i Prompt! Permanent appropriations. Confederate generous monuments Son of Confederate Veteran, has

' f' rroundinga- and thought&'are nor IU beneficial ef- Stubborn c cue 'Good roulu are have been erected at many transfererd headquarter of that association
small element in the successful treatment 5 -fects.. usually yiald to P.P. P. Iu\.or-lt PUTM points throughout the state and soldier from Memphis to thi .cityr
CALOMEL IS A fORMOf a -
ir', of this, as well a* of other diseases. '. flit very quickly when* ..t'rtnediyou iiiul- toctaycuradcine '. *' home ia maintained near Jack. and is organising: a large' camp of

IL,, The separation, necessary in sonville. The Confederate veterans, Sons. here.< He Is" also organizing
the sanitarium methods of treatment DEADLY MERCURY 1S therefore,. will feel that they are in camp throughout the entire rtato, for
r'. from home ties an i interests arul :' P. p" 'P.Mkea the hands of their friend when they the purpose of arousing' interest in1
i friends, is hardly' less) detrimental to''i visit Florida. the reunion and preserving and enlarging
'-4 the patient's progress and welfare. 'Instead, of Such Dangerous: Stuff, it I Bennett the association. Sons of Veterans -
: A realization of these conditions is Recommended That You TaTTe rich, red. pure blood-cleanses_the_ entire ited'When Gen. H. Young.. vis in all of the towns and title-of,
'. I clears the brain- digestion and nerves.A Jafit1IDnvilleinIeoee.m to confer ...
strengthens
has halted the erection of a great sanitarium -1 Dodson's Liver Tone For system with citizens' about adate for the Floridaare--actively at "orIt-'f -. .the- .
!; for tubercular diseases in one 1 positive specific for Blood Poison and skin diseases, reunion he well .pletascd with reunion and much enthusiasm is manifested .
i northern htate, and the movement is Constipation. I was sit in the approaching meeting in ;
', RheumatisM and the Pain ends Malaria what they proposed to do that he alluded '
.' more likely than not to extend to oth- Drives out Stops ; ; this city. St ,1;
; i \pr sections of the country. :!,1 \Dodson'H Liver Tone wus made to'' is a wonderful tonic and body-builder. TJiousands; endorse it. ; to the city in ,the most complimentary The reanion committee chargedwith \."'

I There can be no question that the take the pla'e of calomel" I II I GAT: terms, saying, among other the work of securing homes for : "
F. V. UPPMAN
COr : 'At. SAVANNAH things, that Jacksonville would hereafter
south is better adapted to the rational !,I Calomel is a form of mercury a | n the veterans and visitors has a forest .
Dodson'H Liver j. I.e known OH "the uity, of the big '
treatment of this disease than are the mineral and a poison. heart." of men in the field canvassing the) I
colder parts of the United States. Is Tone is an all-vegetable liquid-..never "city for rooms' and board. This work j
: ._ ._ _ j. "Kverywhc-re' throughout '
----- armfuL themouthConfederate i.
, It not sensible, -then, that thty southern is under the direction of Walter ,
,
1 section should devise home plan What calomel does unpleasantlyand i i uniforms are being'brushed Hawkins, a prominent business man, \
to meet these conditions at least for often with danger for constipation -| I up for the reunion. Once more and it IH being done with systematic : ,{'
i and sluggish liver, Dodson's .. the followers of the Stare and Bars care The reunion association realizes )
.. .._ the care and the possible cure of its :
own consumptives?1 j I Liver Tone does for you safely and : arc looking forward to their annual that thin is one of the most Important .' '"
r 'I pleasantly with no pain and no gripe. meeting. Their ranks are growing departments of the reunion j .tIJ
., Its state board of health has under |I It does not interfere in any way with VARIETY STORE I thinner year by year, but those who work, and a good business man wan I t I
consideration a plan which is comprehensive your regular business, habits or diet. have been spared to live will marchon put at the head of'tlse"eommitt... The .
and should be practical and feel after it. to Jacksonville to retell the
1 You good taking story purpose and desire are to have the
. effective. The idea which may be developed I I The great success and wide scale of of the greatest conflict known to an- accommodation* and assignment di-
by 'experience to greater usefulness I f I 'Broadway, just across:: the Midland Railway cteht end
' Dodson s Liver Tone and the resultof moderp history. They played visions so perfect that no trouble win she
contemplates the division of what it does for people. Its merit. -' Uieir part well. History recordsno encountered in' getting the veterans ';
the state into; sections, whose size I is backed up by a guarantee of '''sat-'I : higher eoiirage or loftier patriotism and visitors from the depot to

shall be determined largely by popu- I isfaction or your money back," as J. I I'' Have You Visited Us Yet ? than, .that ,of t ..,,. onfederate soldier. their homes when they arrive.
lation. Each division is to be under I Z. Roberson, the druggist, will tell -. His fame is enduring, and his page in The entertainment
.\ the immediate direction of a super!. I American,history has no parallel lie committee is
tendent or nurse, whose duty shall you.Dodson's intended stands erect in perfecting an attractive program for
Uver Tone heart
was among men, at
YOU OUGHT TO THE 5 and lOc COUNTER the reunion week. Max Morganthaiv
I to know how many consumptives a SElf
> I from the start to take the place of least, so matter if his body is bent by chairman of the
entetrailimeat
;, in his division-to have as intimate an calomel. The label on the bottle always 1- the weight of years. The.old fire regular .
They Have Wonderful Values in Store There. committee of the Jack on'l1U.
"' acquaintance as possible with each I aasKes! from his
it
has said so, beginning"with the eye as bright as
: case, and wherever permissible, to ad- first bottle sold.Dodaon's was on the fields of Gettysburg and Board of Trade, ia. chairman of ther
/ vise with each, or with his family and I reunion entertainment committee sJsov
Liver Tone "livens the Chickamauga- Wilderness,, and
J. E. MULLENNIX
I t'; friends for the proper care both of liver other famous battlefields of the A prominent enterUThimeat feature of .
overcomes constipation agreeably war.
: the patient and of those who be"I' the week will be May Day festivities'of
may and makes you feel good andif Time lets us down slowly, but it letsus
exposed to the infection by home conditions public school children in one of the
down.
completelywith nevertheless.
satisfied A few
\ are not more
t, ',, -" and you large parks of the city. Jt ia tbe
relationship. )
\IJ" and there will be
it J. Z. Roberson will hand back years no survivorof of the
: It is one of the dangers of the disease the purchase price ((60c.) to you witha the Confederate armies to t.#!ll the this purpose feature of committee the ,.io make "
that its very danger to those who smile. story. The Jacksonville' reunion will one greatest schoolchildren ,
c'1. associated with is not *++ lullIulIlIlIllIll III IlIlISIlI IluIlIlIlIlIUlSI be the last spectacle ever seen in the
"are it appreci When I .. that'rnany of these aged
to buy a family southern
you !go!; remedy state In addition to this .
ated. Carelessness indifferenc is veterans will be
4 or spared to attend. It
.
don t fail to judg between the : splendid feature, there will be
a serious menace. plain, simple truth about Dodson'sand I!, Kissimmee Furniture Co. will be great reunion jf no unforeseen event on.the program that /will many entertain -
Still another danger is that the disease the loud claims of its imitators: I I obstacle is interposed. 'Florida and please the reunion visit I
"be communicated appeals to the young/ and is intoxicating ,
I,; may long be- That the public does so accounts for : -, ors. -
\ fore the patient reaches the more manIfest the enormous increase in the sales of 0 to the old. It is a marvelous country '
Under New The work of
'I 5 Entirely ManagementA ,'and its hospitality U-as raising the necessary
0 splendid
development stage, possibly even Dodson's Liver Tone month after, ,
before the real nature of the disease month. I as the climate that sends thousandsof money to defray the expenses of the
:
is fully realized. The skilled and ._ people to the state every year for I reunion, while not yet completed, has

;" trained nurse would have a usefulness I THICK, GLOSSY HAIR I : visit to their store will con- health and pleasure Let us do our I I.advanced far enough to warrant the ..
announcement that Jacksonville
!1F beyond estimating in educating the FREE FROBU DANDRUFF part In making. : the reunion the great will
f:' community to these very simple but -- vince that they have success that the people of Jacksonville have all of $60,000 the amount deter- pd'.
,
facts. I you want it to be." mined upon last fall. The> city will
t. very jmportant Girls! Try itIlslr! Gets Soft, Fluffy : be brilliantly lighted with thousands '
i
','- The plan suggested to the state and Beautiful-Get a 25-ceat everything you might want in of electric lights and many electric -
w state board of health includes; a sim- Bottle of Danderine. / : THE TMNTTA' I novelties seen: nowhere else have been \
plifirat'on of treatment methods I
committee.
'd' ---- housefurnisnings. decided upon by the The
which places it within the reach of all, !' If you care for heavy hair that glistens : : AT MRS.TUCKEIVS 'decorations will be modest, trot pleasIng -
".5 even though their means be meager. with beauty and ij radiant with tothe old soldiers. An effort Is I
kt By this'the tubercular patient would., life] has an incomparable softness and I Ii : being made to hold the decoration to '
be made to live an out-of-doors life i is fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine. Don't fail to call when in need' NORTHERN TOURIST DECLARESIT I a strict conformity with 'the official ; 4
in every month'of the year, sleeping colors of the
Just one application double the ". Confederacy.. Confedexj i
-
? in a tent or in a screened and roofed beauty of your hair, besides it immediately : of anything. It's a pleasure to ONE OF THE PLEASANT- ate flag and red and white bunUatfr; ;
frame of substantial construction ..
room dissolves every particle of' EST SOCIAL AFFAIRS SHE predominating.

11 but open always and in every 0 dandruff. You can not have nice, show EVER ATTENDED. In all departments the work show S.**' '-' .
w, direction to the air. This building you. "
heavy, healthy hair if you have. good progress& and the organization''',
.might be located in the year surround.- dandruff. This destructive scarf rob Being only rthem '
a tourist. nd will be ready for the crowds wh.. .,
i Ins Jhe home, if space permitted, but the hair of it* lustre, its strength 'and sojourning. In Klssimmea. J just for tits they arrive her in May. Erery.4..,,"
,j 4 .... far enough, removed from it to prevent Its life, and if not overcome it winter }
?' ;: ,.' Ita possible infection. |I I very Kissimmee Furniture Co : a stranger among strangers, thing possible U being "doD. ,for. die (
[ feverishness and I
produce a Itching/ perhaps can not do fustic' to this comfort' uaad entertainment ei'tksVTeteraiu
l \ -The patient would be encouraged to the scalp; the hair roots, famish,)} = subject Bntentt-of th. plaasantest I, and their! friends.. 1U '
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.,_ S 'have regular and engrossing physical loosen and die; 'then the hair falls ont,' '31O E. O. \ social affair I have attended] wasthe..
I Ii:' ," 1 occupation so far aa hI U strength pernltted fast.,'. Surely get a 25-eent bottle.of'AIKaowltoD' "V **Broadway" * I Garland, t'.1lf'. reception given by Mr*. ;J.Wad. Tuckr :- I men wer* aa aaxIoD* to do rigaias

!. which 'would divert'1in tbtr ,Danderine from any: drug "? '.,'._lr""', ,." .-. S. ... . at her lovely' home.
OJ I:.,; .eusIrpd'bu1d;; -- 'atorsandjuattrlt.. ; :-?* j ..f'. < IllIll._ 1.11 liii IllIllIulul I I .II SI II UI SI iuiiiutiisisit. of Emmett street. and Clyde arenae: worWWvuld' soon' b*' righted.5 '

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"'\ ;.: 1'T\ E [ iSSIMM6EI/11.: GAZETTE: _' ..... .; .. FRIDAY, MARCH 20, ,l ACL 4., , ', -/ ""' ' \ !'' ,. ,. .. _-.;. ,
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&.. SCHOLARSHIP' In the, days of,SHIRT slavery, thetw, wag_ _an. TEA CH, ; c &A :- aiIYGIENERev : '

L old colored woman"'- had.lived.,with .- ', ", -- 1" ..., 400
Mr. and Mrs. Gray for' years Mrs. .- .......... ---. : ACRESt

FOR LINEALDESCENDANTS:- *Gray o-depressed died and and her discouraged husband, that became one ( .->C. F. Aked, D.D., LL.D., in Atlanta/-Georglal1.) '

day, while sitting In his room, alone .
he-'decided to commit suicide. The'1 -
than had not shaved for days and I I We are agreed nowadays that the defend themselves against evil per' FOR: QUICK SALE

there was stubble on bilac and 1,(I world 'is cursed. by ignorance and sons and against themselves.If ,
neck. His hair was.uncombed. and altogether : rkneasWe are agreed that it may parents are to do this, they them
selves must learn. And learning,they
\ he presented an iinkept ap-_ ;
-- pearance. After awhile there' Was a rbe bleqeecj by knowledge" and light must learn to teach. Not every father BRGkINa
knock xm; the door and, without waiting Most of us. who are of any use whatever -' knows exactly how to"begin talkingto A TA

Of Those Who, Fought In j ; for an- answer, Aunt Dilsey the in the world are trying to reduce his boy nor every mother how to ..
talk her in such a
I colored mammy, walked in. r- the total and to daughter wayas
um "human'ignorance
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1| Mr. Gray) did not lift hiM\ fjace from I' to safeguard every delicate feeling Lying along both sides of the Orlando public"road, ,J
1 f Confederate Army I his hands, abd after regarding: him : find the pathway of light. and'avoid starting the mind along three mile north of KUsimmee, just across the county ; I
. critically) the old netrrcBH spoke: Notable among the banner-bearers tracks which it is not yet capable of the Marl road. Brick road will be built
line at the end of '
of an all-conquering knowledge must following with intellectual and spiritual i\.t
wash \
, ole Maisc. ought ter .
w' ... I i .Say, you few weeks. -
t - yo'Helf an' put n Home clean clothes" be reckoned the little group of men profit. This society will help par running one mile through the -property in a ff
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;. DAUGHTERS 0. CONFEDERACY I who named themselves their -children. \
GIRLSTO I With a Kexluro of despair the man arid women have.. ents to help
( TO SEND SIX FLORIDA "The Social Hygiene Society." The tiny booklets published by the
said. : "It doesn't make difference
I COLlEGION" OF I I about clothes I'm gong any to commit I They might have found a better name. society are of priceless value. J Jtrmay $20 An Acre'if
r WHICH IS AT suicide.my I They could hardly be engaged in a be said with unfaltering convictionthat

' I. VASSAR I I The old colored woman wa puzzled, ,, better work. no good father or loving mother, taken within the next thirty days. .\if
-- The membership of this society includes however well informed could' give an
and asked : "What in dat ole Marne .-<
i'\ St. Augustine, Fla., March Ia.'t .- i Mr. Gray moved uneasily in his I merchants, lawyers workingmen hour to the reading of these "tracts rJ
Sister Esther Carlotta, S. R., president chad It wasn't a pleasant \voi, d l toallal41 physicians, business men and for the times" without learning some S. S. GRIFFIN !
f' i of the Florida division. United and explain But at l last he \ women, preachers teachers One looksin thing. And no human being except ,
i It. .',. Daughters of Confederacy has issued. I answered, eiuttly.v.It: me1U'8 'la vain for fanatics, freaks or faddists the depraved could read them without ORLANDO FLORIDA"y!:
r the following notice: kill oncfelf.' At this definition Aunt ;i for crank. and cantankerous persons I entertaining feelings of too warmest ,
Six valuable scholarships, one of f Dilsey'c! eyes and mouth opened wide Who are anti-everything. J JI admiration ..forthe tact, discretion ,)
1 which is a full scholarship at Vassar I with horror, but her sense of dutyoverramo I Now, this society has Jitfc-n organized judgment displayed. Could anything ."1
',. college and valued at .1 e00 per annum the feeling; of consternation I| for the purpose of broadening the ,1 be bet e.r to put into the hands of aBoy'lnan : .,.
I, ,:. are open for competitive appointment and, jjoing a .step nearer to her mas-. 1 i pathway of light.'and for the purposeof i "The Four Sex( Lies?" Or I .i
in Florida. These scholarships ter, she said firmly: "Ef youre Rwine II inducing youths and gir's to walkin I anything more practical for parents
, are known as the United ter do dat, den you're surely got ter it. In matters the most vital moat' than "When and How to Tell Chil- .,.. .i.'
: .Daughters of Confederacy scholarships take ah l half an' put on ah clean i vital to'the individual and to the ,, dren ?" Is it possible to imagine anything -
' f: and have just been announced shirt !" | !stat_ ', idioranc.c is most dense. sweeter and saner than "How llSUpER10R
\: by the state president for the next I At- !Mr. Gray lumained silent, Aunt Boys and girls ought to know. No one mother told her child the secret ""
, r J scholastic year the subjoined rules being Dilscy, went on, impatiently: "Why, ,i good comes from forbidding knowledge of life ?" SERVICE ,f
u-, also announced. The state president I olc Mane, what you Vpone folks 'ud to them. Ax a matter of fact, i Read! these little\ booklets! The address tc: COURTEOUS TREATMENT ,
specially requests that all state when they corn in hyar un' i they will know sooner or later. The of the society is Phelan building, 1
the announcement so that my you '' that know l late.. San Francisco. A of litera "
c "4 papers copy 1 dad, in all dat dirt? Why they just trouble they may too package
be competition from -1 I will leartrthe fai-U-of life. Nothing ture will be sent frer application.
\ there may practically nutur'lly t ay dat I ain't lake no kper They : on S/M/ ;
,1 every section of Florida. Miss ah but imbecility or death can pre- ', Social hygiene will have to be
jrorie '
10' yo' H and the rules in them It i in I in the schools. It be admitted ,
; 'k The scholarships rhcrt wan still. no reply and the old vent learning.! u question taught may -
;,; connection with the competition areas i I woman continued : "An' den, what i solely a* to whether they shall learnin that the teachers of the present .
: i follows: 'Bpost' MisH Nancy-de cleanest a sweet and gracious way from day are not competent to teach. They YOUR SECURITIES 1
Scholarships. j' you woman dut.ever live on bin eath-'ud good and Wise teachers or in 1i prurient I have not been trained for it. Another ,
, \. In full at Vassar from evil i.s _
A scholarship i disgusting way companions course open.
' ; think ter see you come walkin' up to DEEDS MORTGAGES
college, value $500 per annum. do pearly Rate wid dat ole dirty shirton charlatans and quacks the' Medical men and women should be ,
v' I 7 J' 2. A scholarship of free tuition at ? Why, ole Mar .e'- disgustedly ghouls of our cities, the vilest of .the appointed to deliver addresses in the
I' .r University of North (Carolina value "dey wouldn't let you inter hcaben 1 vile. schools, medical men speaking to the insurance policies, wills, and other
$60 per annum. It thr of these earnest ( boys. medical to the And
'cause you look mo like ah buzzard i.s new men women
I 8. TWO scholarships at Alabama dan ah man." and women that parents ought to : there special instructors should be valuables, should be put out of the :

,,: ",'t'I:,.: 'Pol.'technic, free tuition, value $6(1 Her speech ended, Aunt Dilsey teach their toy? and girls the things chosen with a view to their fitness for reach of fire and theft.
per -annum each marched down to the kitchen, and soon they need to know. They believe that the task. They should be appointed ,
... ..... 4. Scholarship or Free tuition at j came back with a basin of warm wa 'the best teaching can be done in the and controlled by the board of educa-
University of Alabama value. $(;i0 per t.riewfi, ttoap, ate. Sl>e set the ,home They are not anxious that _the ] tion. Their work !uld be properly When in our Fire and Burglar
,; annum: I things down without a word, and went 'schools should be used for this pur- paid for. Not very much"will be accomplished -" Proof Vault you know they are =:
, ' 6. Scholarship at Iligbee high out, closing the door behind her. I pose. They are not asking that teachers until something of this Secure.
.r!; chool- Memphis Tenn., value $100 I At the end of an hour Mr. Gray should be compelled to qualify and kind is done. I
J '! per annum. | came'forth, shaved, bathed and dressed I that social hygiene should form partof Before it can be, done a body of opin- 1
,,;. I 6. Scholarship at Washington seminary I in spotless attire. He met the old the curriculum of the public schools. ion favoring it will have to be creat- We have Safe Deposit Boxes to
I s'r, Washington C., value $IMI' colored woman on the porch, and she I Fathers! and mothers, they think ed. Men and women who are properly rent at a reasonable charge
,r.} per annum. asked. in a whisper: "Ole Marse is I ought to be anxious, lovingly anxious instructed will one day demand that
recur you gwine to do it?" to teach their chi dren as city and state broaden the pathway of
'1- All of these scholarships are available Mr. Gray smiled a little. "No, Aunt I the meaning life as is necessary to light. (

., to the appointee for four year Dilsey, I have decided that I'm not so I -- --,- -"_ j - -_ -____- _-_ $2 and $4 per year
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i until the student graduates
I or or bad looking after all, and maybe the I I
f falls to make a .satisfactory grade. world can stand me a little longer." THE LITTLE COUNTRY CHURCH W'IIAT THE NEW BANK LAW
\ I, Qualifications. "Course It kin course it kin! AuntDilser WILL DO. Arthur E. Donegan, P. K. Weaver,
Applicants must present to the state exclaimed: delighted..And then Happy is the man who can recall I "
t' chairman education suitable proof added with a wise shake of her head: I among the sweetest and holiest memories (From Philadelphia Public Ledger.) 'President. Cashier. er
of the following points: of his boyhood days 8 little coun- I
"I just knowed all you needed was ah You want to know in dollars and c
. t' 1. Lineal descendant from a Confederate -1 good baff an' ah cleaen shirt.-Farm 1 try church which, though plain and cents what this new bank law will do ,
.,. r veteran. I Journal. unattractive to the aesthetic eye has for you ? Here is your answer: INTEREST ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
8. Such general character as will I -- --- -- far him a thousand hallowed associations It will be possible to stretch every
make them creditable to the division. RAISING THE.TITANIC. for it was. here he was led in $;100 of gold into $175. More accurately -
L: Promise of such robustness of I IC' (From Leslie's Weekly.) his tender years to his first Sunday it will expand every $100 of .

r .. health as will enable them to continue The scheme for attaching lifting school by his mother who walked the credit to $175 Theoretically, the new :---r----- --- -.- .
: their studiese without interrup- electro-magnets to the Titanic's side rough paths of life unashamed un- bank will do this and actually they
tion. is feasible as far as their attractive afraid, unharmed because' her, hand will do it, tof if the stress comes. t
4 Their inability to obtain a col- power is concerned, for such magnetsare was held by the unseen Hand-It was The result will be that the. larger .
? lege education without assistance. now used in steel mill for lifting here that he knelt with other boys of volume of money will \be loaned for a
'i ,6< Scholastic ability sufficient" to masses of steel and iron weighing upwards the neighborhood and gave his heartto smaller rate of interest than the less
f enable them to pass the entrance''ex. i of 150 tons, but to place them God-andfelt: the- first quickeningof amount of money is now loaned. .
mlnations- of the_ colleg for ",,which : in position on the surface of the_steel his life to higher things-it, was The United States will very likely r '
they' ppl". V hull is not here he, heard the.minister in.broken '
so.easy.For never again see'20 interest ; "
per sent
6. That they are at least seventeen this latter purpose it is pro i and .subdued tones try to speak wordsof rates, let.alone 100 per cent., whichwe :: e' -. : :
yean of age for1 the Vassar scholar. posed to 11M' a i submarine boat spe- I comfort to a broken-hearted little have had in the last seven .7
hip preferably eighteen.t./ .,,,,'. |-etaUy-comtnicted: :for withstanding the : family that huddled about a mother's yean \'",,
t'7, 'Applicant must state the exact extreme water pressure to which it caket-It was here in the midst of I Qa "
Mi -, scholarship for"which application is will be subjected. This boat will be his darkest night, he had a vision of coooooo o ooo OOOO o.
mad. likewise operated by electric current ineffable things and caught the music I
Diplomas or certificates of scholastic through cables secured to boats on of angels who .sang at creation's dawn
advancement; certificates' of Confederate the surface, but it will be controlled and at the hour of man's redemptionit p
pt lineage and endorsements as by a creW in the submarine. It will : wan here that he gathered spir--i FOR SALE j nfl
nt otherwise required must be sent to be the work of these men to adjust itual and moral strength to make him
I the state! chairman under same cover '' the lifting magnets in their proper 1 strong and brave in the hour of fierce \ :
as application, and must be in her I' positions around the hull. I temptation-It is after the shadows i An Excellent Small u -a
hands on 'or before April 26. If the scheme should prove successful i gather and, when a few brief wordsare Home ,
y Not more than six names can her in raisins: the Titanic, other ships said, to be laid to rest on the hill- for a small family, .for a .
r 'proented from Florida, and not more I having iron or1 steel hulls which have : side beside his kindred and friends of '
; than three for any one scholarship sunk and whose. positions _are known I other day I small um of motley and a I TIME ,.
': The state chairman of education and will be raised for the salvage! of treas- The little country church is a larger I! X small cash payment, balance !- 3
4 the state president will( make the ..e-I ure they carry if for nothing else. .. |I factor in life than we dream, and :: small monthly I YI
"Jt :"/ selection of the names to be sent in to Precious yellow metal and wondrous I I many of the deepest purest lives and payment II
,. the chairman of general U. I). C. education I' gems( to the untold value of bil of the strongest, most rugged 'characters :) *. House consist of 5 .
zz.. eoamtteer and after endorse- lions of dollars lie scattered about i incoooentra that are the strength and Ay nice closets and I
t\ ... ijog---&ndr sending in these names, they I >t d heaps on the bottom of 1 of the city's moral life and l integritywere rooms, pantry I _
nave nothing ,further to do with the the old ocean. Yet man has not, to born ut the altar of the little j about 60 ft., of porches, .
tw appoIntments -- }!the present time, succeeded o'er well county ;;Baltimore Southern in excellent condition; U sit I ,
The arrangements for examinations in conquering the elemental deep and Methodist. .
:"t and awards of scholarships are entirely making these treasures again his own. ------ --" uated on good street; the v -
y in the hands of the general educational I II From time immemorial he has SENATOR TILLMAN'S! WORDS. best of neighbors de- I ) .
I, committ, but that committee i dreamed dreams, by which to possess' ; very I Citrus: Growers
,"i4't will receive no applications except himself of the salvage of gold and of i When Senator Tillman says "I sincerely sirable.I "
: those which come through the jewels which once formed so valuable i believe that the goodness and

;j stale chairman and state president of a part of the cargo of ships that lIail- I usefulness of woman varies inversely Ask Mrs. Summers Our new Spring Citrus nook entitled BE ON TIME is now ready.It f' .
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the Florida division United of her in
Daughters ed from the port Of living men and to the extent participation
of I believe. will improve tells what fertilizer to use, how much, when to apply, and many
,r I Confederacy. made their final .anchorage in the lock-I politics. woman fi08 Penfleld. near Clyde. .
i Those desiring to apply for anv of I er of Davy Jones. politics but ultimately politics other valuable points on grove management.
3 t these scholarships are asked to preserve I I will destroy her," many will agree (Clyde the 2nd Ave. W. c.f ; Send for copy and also for our leaflets Acid Soils! and Lime:
this notice! read carefully\ and STATEMENT with him though some will differ. But Court house_ leading! south.) IU Forms and Effects.WILSON I
the i ;when he goes on to remark, "When ..z.l .
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Which n chnsges
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a4 will good women can no longer be found, & TOOMER
; ootOOO 0090000'ooo O O FERTILIZER CO.
compliance with this request will save AN-D i the doom of the republic is near," all l ,
I OK RECEIPTS EXPENSES -- - --- Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers
nuch unnecessary correspondence.Send will applaud the observation. The i ,
(>>WHITE PRIMARY HELD _
all applications and the required type of woman may Vary) nation to "
papers by April 24, 1914, to KISSIMMEE MARCH 7. I nation and age to age, acid her opportunities 11I1 III3bndnd' I i JACKSONVILLE
Miss Caroline M. Brevard, chairman 1914., of influence may wax or , FLA.T.
," education committee Florida division, j' Receipts. wane; but it is certain that whenin -, -- - '
,', _. U. D C.. Tallahassee Fla.. Assessment Cor-- I any part of the world good women I I .
F;.f .J* Except at Vassar and Washington I Mayor (three candidates)_ __1 9.00 are no' longer to be found/'l'I thiQg-I 1 1I I -- ...... - -- .----
'f, 1.' seminary. tb.?..e scholarships are open I Councilman! (three candidates) 3.00 else will be worth looking for.-ZiofrHerad. ,
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i f to boys as well as K>rls. Scholarships 1 Marshal three candidates ,
( 16-00.
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w. ,* at the two universities are open to I I i Clerk (one \ candidate) __._ 3.00Treasurer' -- -- '

,'kttt -;, boys the Jiinior ID all the and classes'senior, but classes.to girls in >| (one candidate3.00) : THE INDIAN AND THE RANGER. I 0. G.W HIffSUllllOE UGE"GY" : :

Representative "Alfalfa Bill" Murray . . ,
fiater Ester Carlotta S. H., President ee
}r Total __________ __" __ ___$:.13.00 of Oklahoma in in the
a speech
Florida Division, United Daughters |! 1
Ex penses. house' regaled numbers with an InIlan'a Successor U'Aitbnr E.
., of Donefan
Confederacy. Agency
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Judges and clerk _________$10.00
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'fir GIYE "SYRUP- -OF .FIC.S".; I Doorkeeper _.'.,_ ________,___ 2.00 Texa; ranger, relates the prowess WashingtonPost. a I Ro.m No. 9 Second floor Citizen Bank Building. Phone 246
TO CONSTIPATED CHILI) I inner and supper for election C ,
officers ,__u ___?-_______ 47&0 "In the e1Yt and eighties i
RC'lou. "Fruit I.axsllve" Can't 1 Valley Gazette publishing call ." said Mr. Murray, "when the Co- sag General Insurance Business, representing the strongest and-most
,,t 4 : Harm Tender Little Stomach and printing' tickets __u_... 16.1>0 manche Indians swooped down on Reliable companies ,
S Liver 'and Bowels.ffi I Texas and robbed, scalped and murdered SAFETY FIRST .
Total :__ ______'Jo$33.00Ret'aptolaton.
people, the Texas GOVERN IN PLUMBING
rangerspromptly SHOULD We will continue the Business
of the Arthur E. :
: ,Look at the tongue mother! If ran them out. After Donegan Agency:
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,'r '1'' 'seated; your little one's stomach, liver Total receipts _________-'____.$ 3.00 was restored *n Indian went to peace the Healtk Baarlty--b.sed. on unitary without chance-Your patronage is respectfully: .noUdted, ,
r" \t ,ajid bowels' need cleansing' at once.'When Total expanses ___._.__;;.-__"83.00_ Indian agent at Anadavka, and said: cofMtrectioa r,,,,,, .durability U the keynote I --",'
Y peevish cross' listless, doesn't 'I-I want a rifle.' ia making 'SteadMuT: Plumbing ."
"r, kl.b,:;stomach sour breath, bad; has Signed, have it. Youmight.- shoot a 'sol J.' W. Thompson
throat dl.! Tho. full of cold.fiv J. H.' coslwiot: get .sir e t1.ata.
., care SMITH diet with it./ -
r;i.: a teaspoonful of"California,Syrup G. H. NEWHOUSE "The Indian replied: 'No. i do not -THE' OLD RELIABLE!: PLUMBING .G RAYSTO()(! FUNERAL URECTOR'
;'f l of. ,Figs,", and In a few hours all the C. A. CARSON want to shoot a soldier. We kill soldier SHOP. ;; : ) .
a: fou'., constipated' wastundigested S.,H.' BULLOCK, with stick.' I want rifle to shoot I ....1' .
,. -"t ;f.od and sour: bile gently! rnovout of i L H.sT.v Va* |sO 3 A Vss G>O A, Texas witW vHarpe .. m. L. $ Mri" 'Rlt al ntlw.I 1 .
ryger 1.
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f It*:little' bowel" .*'without, .ripl".nd !: I. .' . ..' F LICENSED EMBALHER"
... ., yaa have a"well'play1'JIrh1Id."pln! ,:As''E""drulrA" far a.,,,--, t bottlev tttd, the .tumaee-r,\ In,winter" .president of the y .Itltee'.top......' el. from ,."o'k' . \......
"' 1"\0.-1' JHyrup>>"of ''Figs "whie"t. he!;",knowish'would .r4tvf the Clubs. nf,t(Domestic! Science-A.soetatett'j' : .... at4lOraystos.. : .:'oaryt 1'' ', and -
i" {; call adirections for aW.t, children |aw mover.;\ThhIsla;\ -queer. world made the experiment of >> !W L : : f raj tit;.? PNlbRv,.., Llh.r .na.; ..' Store Chap, Stewart iK.i J JJ'
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Hirtael, Vera Johnson, George Ravea., t;;
DON'T THROW STATE HONOR ROLL Joseph Sean Etta May Sahl, Thel.,1, ..
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fi Tony B. M. Tommy, Seminole I I I ('-OSCEOLA IIIGJI..8CIIOOL. Sutton B Dlr., Roberta.-Robert Boliff.Calkins, Archie 1 .i,

I I Base; Oscar Bass, Velma Hudson, i:

: L First[ Grade.A Elizabeth Park, Margaret LasUy; J' :,G' s
RUBBISH ONTHESTREETS : (By Minnie Moore-Wilson.) ler suffered both from'homesicknese i DEMOCRATIC Uiv. Edwilla Burton Arthur Luck Lupfer, Roth Hirtsel, Vera Gilbert ,/It,
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: I and physical illness. Like a bird beat- Lillie ROM Dann Willla Bass., )
1+ ,, Wherever the Indian appears in ing its wings against its ,cage, this Indian McCown. Firth Grade. l
I B t>iv. Eustis Peaks Arthur Flint P
American history one always .finds his | boy from the wilds of the forest A Div,-Nellie Bronaon, Carl_ 'i.
'life touched with both romance and i and the jungle suffered intensely with I Frank Langford Eliza Cummins, Bllsza l
Harriet Alma
Bryan, Cooper
Coleman Oliver i',
pathos. | the result htat' his homecoming* became COMMITTEE I Mary Kinmbrough Gladys Howell, Irene Milton, Fred ,,
1 ; I Interesting today in Florida is the u necessity. Neva Lee Harris, Eunice Rivers, Howe. .." '
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I If Rosina Finocchairo
before the public and ( Louise Young, '
appearance
press In a letter to the writer, written in B Dlv.-Frances Kritz, Dorothy
of B. Bertha Britt Oli ine Savage, Catherine -
the Seminole
young boy Tony
characteristic Seminole style, but in a Irwin Roberts, Lucille Whidden. Mabel, J.
Tommy of the Everglades. The M'I plain, clear hand, with but one mis- Denning Driggers. Plaretc Weidler Elmo Grif- t
Wesley ,
Is The Plea of Our CivicFULLTEXT" I IIt ful and child-like ambition of spelled word, he says.in part: Says Only White Demo- ] Second Grade.A fin. .l,- '
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: t Seminole shines out like a bright star I "I stay Carlisle school and I been Div,-Janet 'Graves, Crrlebel! Sixth Grade. '

in a constellation. The interesting 1' Sick all the time Me1 think too cold Hansell, Alma Narrelson, Marion A Div.--.Jessie Bowen.
league little story of Tony B. M. Tommy be- for me here I stay Fort LauderdaleI crats Can. Vote ;i King Ella Mae Owen, Madge Rivers, B Div.-Freda Schweikart, Elmer !
:: ; longs to Florida,for he is truly one of j Don't get cold I Don't go back my I I Ethef Rogers, Olive Ruthford, Nellie Hinkley. Lawrence Parker, Harold
Florida's nativeyeople.and he has IMdistinction Taylor..CJam Belle .YatelJ'ddit..nass': '
1 home I died I -think- I- want I. Flint, Doris Dann,.Ada Bryaiy Maude }
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of being the first Seminoleto back Home Y Well Leo Conova, Fred Evans, Clyde liars -
:::;:::: OF AN ABLE_PAPER go my ojus Cooper.
risk the reproach of his tribe, by yeas! L know-Billy Bowlegs all right| I'ASSES! RESOLUTIONS_ THANKING s ,.-.'Eldridge Harris,. Plese..Johnson --- .-. -8eYth-nd.--- t
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rt l READ AT MEETING OF THAT asking permission to attend a white Well good by. this your friend GOVERNOR TRAMMELL Harry Outlaw, Edgar Rogers!, Dorsie A Div.-Allie May Cummins. V.

ORGANIZATION ON THE school -at Fort Lauderdale, Tony's '"TONY B. M. TOMMY, .I FO RHAVING PASSED THE I Yates, Doyle Davis, Howard Cook. B Div.-Paul Center, Kenneth. l
\ 10TH INSTANT. school days covering in all but a few "Indian School, Carlisle, Pa. i CORRUPT PRACTICE B Div.-Arthur Bullock Henry Sullivan I Weldl.r, Mabel Bowen.
.>\0't -- months, have been touched with the "Willie Jumper my uncle you know Ruble Bass, Will O'Neal. 'Bertha -I, Eighth Garde. +
5: Mr. Business Man Mrs. Housekeeper I usual romanc *and pathos of the In- him I think." . j I ACT. Wits, Delia Ledbetter, Helen Wilcox -I Sadie Bryan, Mary Howell, Ruth ,If i

{' and School children: dian, but at the same time he has In a second letter Tony writes: The state democratic executive committee Janette Griffin, Pansy Outlaw, Howell,.Christine In., Margaret Inea.
I shown Indian stoicism. Allover
a thorough "Well I sick Ruth Herzberg, 'VfrRinlaV.n.ler.,
am to pretty bad I am Margaret Stanford Gertrude .
\ There.is probably a rubbish box, or on Saturday in Jacksonville. in McKay.High
the country much interest has home | Marjorie Makinson. Marie Cyram, )
going tomorrow
to morning. tte.......
:' street corner. It is a municipal ,! regular meeting refused to levy an assessment -
can, on your I been manifested over this! boy, particularly Louise Rogers Bessie Crafton, Wilma f ,
Ninth GradEllie Diets Irma
utility which has come to be Tony at School Again. for campaign on ,
; since his characteristic and The latest purposes Jones, Aileen Moore, Ruth Davis, Ruth Lowry, Laura ,Th......., ,
about as common as a lamp post, 01 a thoroughly boyish letter, written from report concerning Tony the candidates enterihg the campaignto Bowen Zelma Bronson, Johnnie Born-
letter box. A reputable citizen does the Carlisle Indian school, at Carlisle, is gratifying and shows the genuine I end with the primary in June, and son, Vivian, Lord, Lillian Rusb,' Margaret Tenth Grsd.ParohClark Mao- ;.A f
', ..v not threw so mucrca*,a scrap of paperon Pa., has been copied so often in the desire he has for an education. Shortly expressed itself as not favoring an Winn Virginia Dana Nellie rine Danny! Celeste Mos- leyYLllUsn. -
., :: the sidewalk and even the ..mallI' different newspaper after his return to his wigwam itinerary for the candidates, leaving Novdall Cora Rutherford Sallie Led- Prentls/Marie BoydEleventh
) newsboy knows where his banana peel home he came into Fort Lauderdale j the candidates to shift for themselves, Grade-Nina Bratton Mildred
belongs. But they had to be trained A brief review of Tony Tommy's I and was met by the principal of the and speak when and how they are individually better Myrtle Savage, Katherine- .Winn. ,- .' C
i to this The Civic club of ambition may interest. Tony, afterha'vin& : school who asked: Why don't you pleased.It Kay, Alberta Sullivan, Gladys Cal Twelfth Grade;=Harold Beau Nellie .
I. tidy way. |
+
kins. Robert I S.
learned to write a 1aw, words I hack Buckles Ledbetter C.lldnEleanor I
to MosaleyAUea
come school Tony Tony,
Philadelphia twenty years ago, start on a pine board, felt the call for more I looking the professor clearly in the passed a resolution declaring that Emory Brown, Lpo 3weering, Gordon Stute.'Luey Witbenpoon.- ; <
eel the protest ,
good-housekeeping the district judges and other judges ofi Bullock .
i Claude McAllister Sid-
; ... against littering the streets. The city I learning and breaking from hi. jungle eye, said: "You want me to come back I Julia. & "
I council, appealed to in the matter )Ii home, applied for permission to' enter to school!" "Why yes Tony; I want solicitors i ney Phillip Walker, Earl Lawrence.McCown, ''"How old-are you Sambo" "':"'*V,

looked. through ponderous volumes oS! the Lauderdale public schools; after you." "All right, me come. On the',i by people primary so' Langford, "Well, Bah, .1'. coin on' ..r>handled
'',i law and gravely announced that "no some preliminaries he was admitted same afternoon Tony appeared at the Fourth Grade.A yeah.." 4Indeed a
| far as the filling of vacancies is concerned -
" rubbish -boxes were provided for." |I and at-onee surprised and pleased the school, his Indian costume discardedand I within the next two Div.,-Edna Bass, Kenneth Bran- t" Is It postibU t*s,"i'" 1
$, i The women provided some thetn- teacher* in charge; at the end of two dressed in -his American clothes,I years.It lIOn, Lee Churchwell, Gladys Griffin, "Y., ash, but I'M got' quite'er_little.::
'was weeks he stood at the head of his class that he had worn before going to also appointed "committee of Verner Hart Leah LewisI urder d. ,,,
:sj i' selves, and paid for them. That 'I Herzberg, -ways 'to sv, ytt '
and had made such surprising progress Carlisle. From Dr. Eugene five to serve with 'the chairman and __
Since then ao Swope, . .
t I twenty years ago. many
. that mistaken kindness the of the state executive ,
followed by some lecturer for the National Audubon secretary
towns' the that society -
hay plan
( the rubbish receptacle is a he was thought ready for the trainingand who visited. the Lauderdale committee, to be known as the campaign I
,; now recog- d of the Carlisle committee to which committee
nized necessity In the average mu elpline' Indian school a short time ago we learn ,
: school. hastened to this institution''intime will be left the details that arise
nicipality. -. -. Tony was that the- young Seminole is' makingne may Tho
Referring to the" above clipping from ; to?meet .the wintry progress',: that, he is intelligent during .the campaign.- ii t :

r.. a recent magazine we regret to say blasts of Pennsylvania's 'snow-clad I and bright in ; in short, he The following resolution regarding
.i'' that here in Kissimmee there are still hillLike is making- appearance return from any but democrats voting In primaries
his ancestral! people of seven blizzard-stricken northhe nyas-adopted I- -
a few reputable citizens, reputable in -was -- 'The -
i other respects at least, who occasionally ty-five years ago, who were deportedto suffering with rheumatism, which had Whereas] Section 16 of chapter 6469, :
only occasionally, of cousse, but the western country, he pined for settled in his limbs and feet, but act of 1913, laws of Florida, provides ;
who undoubtedly do, on rare occasions, the sun-warmed land of the palm. through the kindness of some friendhe \ the state executive committee of each
:i "- allow a scrap of paper to escape their With new environments, together was fitted with soft tennis shoes I political party may by resolution declare -
!i control and litter the streets. To such with the severity of the cold weather, and with the warm sunshine of the the terms and conditions on } lIIJJLU t
of our "reputable citizens" we would he contracted rheumatism and was Seminoles' beloved Florida, Tony B. M. which legal electors shall be declared .
r say, "Don't!!". confined to the hospital. It is .easily Tommy has gotten back his rugged I and taken as proper members! of such I 'i '.
There is absolutely no necessity'a seen that this young Everlgades dwel- Indian health. party; therefore, be it I II11

:> whatever for even a scrap of paper, tor - ----- -_ ----, ."--"--.. - Resolved, by the state democratic I
i say nothing of bushels of it:to1' litter I executive committee that in additionto

'I, r. the streets. There is an ordinance I TWO OLD 'SOLDIERSPRAISE AND STILL PEOPLE the qualifications specified in said I
against it with a fine attached, which chapter 6469 only white legal electors y.

can doubtless be roused from' innocus NfW'YORK. shall be permitted to vote the demo. .
KISSIMMEE : LIVE IN (
ous desuetude if public sentiment is I cratic ticket in the ensuing primary. "

. r crystallized against this slovenly "has -------- I _.- Mr. Home of Jefferson offered 'II
--, been" "back number" habit. Park pl -.
resolution thanking Governor -
ill --- -- FOR THE EXTREME MORAL! TONE FIFTY DEGREES BELOW ZERO
Trammell for his work on having
,i The above paper was read at the DISPLAYED BY ITS DURING MONTH OF
drafted and passed the corrupt: practice ...
of the Civic League on the
=+ meeting PEOPLE. 1 FEBRUARY.I act. ,
10th inst. in to complaints
response
-- The following were the members of
.. the,
'i from regarding I
quarters
many of which is allowed to Alfred C. Dow of Ludington, Mich., fololwing record of temperatures the state democratic executive com ,. 1
quantity control paper and about the and L. L. Kibbe of Fletcher, Okla., at Benson Mines. N. Y., from mittee who were present and answer-
..j 1 escape streets. No town can brow at its : both soldiers of the dark days of the II February 6 to 25 is taken from an ed to their names: Chairman F. J. HID HIS MONEY AND V VALU- J

best unless it is in order appear, and no town I If '60's, Ttave been spending the winter exchange, and is printed that our people Fearnside, Palatka; J. B. Home 1
,
F: can be in order unless its citizens are 1), season here. They paid this office a I might know what a blessing they I (proxy for R. L. Eaton, Monticello, AWAY IN A HAY- STACK. "w
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No number of : pleasant call Tuesday and while here i I enjoy by living .in 'sunny Florida: I treasurer) ; L. W. Johnson, acting secretary - h- (i
'n ', orderly. cl--an if its scavengers citizensare i I expressed themselves as being highly... Friday, February 6, 14 degrees below j (proxy for G. W. Fisher, Vo.
,: can careless keep a town of its .I pleased with this city. They said that i zero. lunia, secretary) ; Braford, J. E. Futch; aloBf and crawled close t. the kay- .. '.

Kissimmee has been appearance..complimented on after looking the town over they had 1 Saturday, February 7, '18 degrees I Dr. G. A. Dame; Columbia, Dr. I'I'Citrus smoke. 1 ,
with "other found it to be one of the cleanest and !: below zero. A. J. P. Julian; Dade, Isadore Cohen;

i"I\\f, towns"its favorable in this comparison respect, but it is notnough nicest little cities they have ever | Sunday, February 8, 18 degrees below I DeSoto Jordan John W. Burton\ i Duval. W'I. smoking ashes. was all that was ,left of :I '
that it should be "favorably found, that the people were a church- i zero. S.-. ; Escambia, T. E. ; I.,
There is the doubt as toM going people and'that the pulpits are Monday, February 9, 26 degrees below I Franklin, H. L. Grady; Gadnden, E. C. i
compared. referred filled with able ministers who interest I zero, Love; Hillsboroueh, G. P. Raney; -1 i
what "other towns" 'are to, 74 .
I, l\l.1 j and furthermore, mediocrity is not and entertain all who come out to hear i Tuesday, February 10, 28 degrees Jackson, Amos E. Lewis; Jefferson, J. say' yon .1 . ,

) desirable; it should be superior; there them; that there are no theaters or i below zero.Wednesday. i i B. Home; Lafayette Thomas' J. b ke who keeps kis Btoaey sad *.!*.' 4' ;
-:{ moving picture show -.or baseball allowed February IV 42 degrees : Weaver;f Lake, O. W. Hunter (proxy
'f for -
: should be no room 'comparison. to desecrate the Sabbath day. i beloW zero.Thursday. I jfor I W. S. McClelland) ; Levy, J. C. oar modem ire aad burglar-proof oV r-

These points appeal to these gentlemen February 12, 38 degrees Sale; Madison, R. H. Rowe; Manatee and guaranteed safety". ,
HELPFUL WORDS and they will leave Kissimmee below zero. Frank Walpole; Marion, L. W. Du-

later on with minds fully made up to :I I' Friday, February 13, 50 degrees: bei i,. val; Monroe, W. H. Malone proxy AND PROCURE-A KEY TO A 'i "
. : return here again next winter, where low zero. j'jfor Joseph N. Fogarty); Nassau, J. Hi YOURS-.TOMORROW ' k,
: From.a Kissimmee 'Citizen. avoid the bleak blasts souls w! P Watson Osceola,
they can wintry Saturday ttUiry14( eight degrees ; Orange, ; .. .
1 '" 1 Is back I lame and painful ?, that prevail throughoutrtheir home':j" above. I' W. B. Crawford; Palm Beach, J. R. L -
'Does your it aehe eapecially after exertion : states several months during the yea.r.1 j I Sunday, February, 15 degrees be- Anthony; Pasco, H. C. McRae; Pinel- M
T:.' .'; i I low zero. J las, Edgar Harris; Polk, Oscar M. Eaton <

'> > Is?there a soreness. in. the kidney IMPORT POTATOES ;! Monday, February 16, 15 degree ; Putnam, F. J. Fearnside; Sum- BANK OF 4 4If
.. ? below zero.Tuesday. |Iter, H. D. Hunt' ; SUwannee, T. B.
region kid.neye. February 17. 10 degrees Smithens; Volusia, L. W. Johnson;
suggest: weak HOLLAND ; .
These symptoms PROM
I for G. W. Fisher Seminole
: below zero.Wednesday. (proxy ); wf
If s6, there is danger in delay. February 18, 22 degrees L. A. Brumley (proxy for J. N. Whit- *
NOTICE TO'THIS EFFECT JUST- l
; Weak- kidneys"get fast weaker. below, zero.Thursday. ner) .. __-

i ';Give-your trouble prompt attention."Dean's .ISSUED.OF:; BY DEPARTMENT. February .19, 14 degrees I _. ON. TOUCHY TOPIC.On ._., SltO OOlM dl
''b Kidney Pills are for weak below zero.Friday --"" -----?? -- ------- .,...:

kidneys. Washington, IX C., March 17.-Potatoes : February 20( 10 degrees: below a recent Sunday afternoon, a.t a __---,____-___--____-._ 400,00100'gi ,
Your neighbors use and recommend rrtay.JMk.wbe( imported from the zero. large sanitarium devVl d entirely to >>

them. Kingdom of Holland to the United Saturday, February 21, 26.d gree. treating tuberculosis, a young Methodist , and Directors I 'Ir.
I a Read this.Kissimmee testimony: State. if .hipped accordance with below zero.Saturday. 1 minister was preaching to the assembled -
J. H. Harris, carpenter and contractor the restrictions regulationa that ; February 22, 22 degrees patients, nurses and doctors Plat
J. M.. LEE '
Kissimmee. Fla., eaysi"I I apply, to the admission of other foreign below' zero: says Life. In a most -vivid manner Y-au ,i
'' have"no hesitation (in recommending potatoes. Notice to this effect Monday, "February 22, 86 -degrees he was describing the great peace COrk, 2nd Vk ,Prest. 't.

"" ::1. : ,".", Doan's Kidney Pills, for I know from has just been issued by the. United below, zero tentment and happiness to-be had.in .. ,. 1
'I .past.experience that they.act.Just as States Department of Agriculture:; as 'Tuesday, February' 48 'degrees the. world,, to, come. Suddenly -one' of )Y AwJ.tMt Cael er' d I '
I ,{.represented Off and on for five years ithas'beau ascertained that.Hollandis below'..ro.. . I the.patients, a/aid of .bout,,-twenty i :' irk" ". a
C , I have taken this.remedy for BIT, kid- I now free from the Injurious potato : Wednesday, February' 25,' S degrees I rears of age, bunt out crying., >, ft"l 'IA'A'! .., '"' J0
.. diseases and insect which caused I below zero. -' "What the matter" .* .,
,.4neyand.. a.few'doses "iih.... T alwayl. jperU is : was pie general "
brought relief.", I ; -, J', the quarantine December. .22, '1913 14 Average temperature for the above chorus, ,r as 'therestr; crowded, ,
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Price poc, at all dealers.) Dont'simply to::be. ezteadeti.againzt.andd. : na* ,twenty' days";23.1J:.degrees_ ..below.,.zero."lGod'JnevecgJve around her : "* " : .l: ,x" Y..r.J: : . ; .. - -" ':"
jmrith aU'th. ,eoHdiUons .and .1" "Oh,. she'sobbed'I'wlb' 'iii would .. .. ,-_. 'oi'
j ask for: a kidney'remedy-get complied : % (0.(' ,
, ? r,;, boart'Jl1|Odiwr-fWs> ,.;, t he-T3; *c'that I requirements 6f/the; "'regg latins ,governing r : ,"yu'any; credit for it talking bout heaven. .1 am. her ....'.. ,P-.+ I'- :w w. iw, Lw.J .. oJ-.q' . ICE' i 1 '' IS Ee.....'7Ir.A J Ji "rIe 't.

? l MrJ HarrW b. d.. Fo.ter-Milbun\: .;. the, importation .of. potatoes+ IcPpo.ina\th.: ..-religion,:efothtrs;. hot. paying $18 a'week;'just to keep.ou' of / '. :7' : )/ __ 'e. 4( ?.r.J."if". .,.

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FRIDAY,
GAZETTE
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If 'w.- didn't know Harry 'Brown to OOOOOOOOOOAO"0000000,' ) ,

'" .The 'Kissimmee Valley Gazette.. be French, we'd believe he was Irish, . .
., : teeing that the 'Record .was- prll."teGLith VIEWS OF A SENATOR.. Matters '
'; PUBLl8lJ.I2Q: mVERT FRIDAY, OFFICE IN VALLEY GAZIDT'L"RI BUILDINO.y green Ink Ten the 17th.Onr Important Business = c I.70n.TliiiBifartl" . '

4.- II'II'K 8UOUm.!: 08CEOL_CUNTrJ_ .A. .OOOOOOOOO. . .. .... .,* *... .*.*. Il 1"Y/
.btctertnnver..1tttle -
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Owner
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HARRIS thing like the Jacksonville postmaster always '
'f' W. a The public official must expect .
& }, TRIPLETT .. ... -' '- .. -.. Editor I Mp doesn't sound much like states close! scrutiny-of his acts--especially -. -
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t ,. ,,, .-. -- " man bip. .-- a or senator. Quite Demand Presence Members ;
__.. .____ congressman .
On. ) one yeart _______ :: uU.&CI --- Senator has figured ,
8UB8CRIPTION RATES: copy recently our Bryan .
,. .One copy, .i Jtmonth. _.________ .7s. One COpy, three month, ------ ..t0r A man has just /died in Pensacola considerably in the state press, .

-' "except \authorised' eorr.-.ppnil nt;;. must-b.i at the agre of Ilf I Wonder if Mays on.account of positions he has,taken s ,' ,t ry ryThe
our
; :All 'communication from will use that AI'advertising boostto '
. on' the parcel post matter and in regard -
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-'&.?. by the ''rwril called for. induce imigration to that city? the board'of trade Monday
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I a.jecte not be return -A unless to woman suffrage. But he has matter that will be pre.ented to

l''" .. ..tned at' "Poitofflcd t In KI .lmm;... 'Florida.. aN ...con.d-cl.... ma l'malliL.. ....: -- The Arcadia .Daily News made its strong champions as well as critics on are of such importance to demand the presence of every man in i

!. . first appearanire\ on St. Patrick's day. both questions heart. The questionof r I
------- -- The Pensacola Journal does not like Kissimmee who harthe welfare of the city at
"FRIDAY It.not only good :.
presents a appear '
1 MARCH 20/1914
: the senator's attitude in! regard'! to Lake and Orange
real news. Itspeaks of Volusia Seminole
I _. ance but is filled with entertaining the editors
i
-- either and. this
\ = proposition .rpakes continent -
Well for the .enterprise of both fcth organize atiocia-
an
counties who will here April to
Arcadia and McBride. : meet on ,
'1. . "Senator Bryan's 'opposition to the, the lake ;'
--- the project.to.bulkhead
well
lion will be discussed al at ,
The Arcadia Enterprise has installed policy under which the postmaster- .
) Railroad Commission a new Model No. 5 typesetting mq- general may extend the parcel post, I front. and build a city dock. 7-'
Florida I chine, and that excellent paper now as conditions warrant it, was. a 'mis S. J. TRIPLETT President.
presents a much better typographical. take which the Journal regretted very _

' To Meet Here March 26 appearance, although it would have much to see him make. Also, the sen- : C. F. JOHNSON. Secretary. .
been difficult to better the quality of ator's. speech in opposition to woman- -
inext
.';. \ its reading matter. The EnterpriseIs I suffrage comprised so much of'frayed
{ rightly named. and frazzled reasoning that it will
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\C. On March 26th. at 10 a. m.. at the court house, the Florida ;: ed'-i I.hatdly add to his reputation as a =-.o=="-== ==cc.-------.--
Triplett invites-the-lake region statesman."* \ ..
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the I
Railroad Commission will I be TSBf+-fcr-heSFJargument on question hors to neetl Ki ..immee. The On the other hand, the OrtandoReport.er.Star week, and the. cast is working SUNDAY SCHOOL f.
of the long and short haul. This is one of the most l important pitality of htat town is gracious./ puts the senator in the I diligently to make" it the stellar attraction .

:, matters that l could come before the people of K..simmee..Q.[. any Sentinel accepts.-Orlando{ hos-I I correct light in regard to the woman of the season.A CONVENTION :
'{ other interior of .the state of Florida. Its importance demands Now let all the balance.of the suffrage question. It was clearly apparent dress rehearsal WAS held last '
I town in the five counties follow Joe Hug's from the senator's statement 'night under the immediate directionof
.. the united action and united efforts of every person interested lead, and Kisnimmee will give them that he was not opposing woman suffrage Miss J. Paicle Rogers, who is. starring PROGRAM TO BE RENDEREFXAT w .

n whether he is a business man who 'receives freight directlyover the time of their lives. in itself but the prniciple involved the play, and proved that the METHODIST CHURCH'SUN- ;' ).
the road or a consumer who eventually pays the freight in all ,' >$--. -- in .the amendment to the Constitution : young women were well up in their DAY, MARCH 29. ". I'}'
If the people of this section fail to parts and would give a performance y
such facts and which would "a-manifest
and data -
be present I'I'II' i
cases; he i is requested to present this bean Kiasimmee on March 26 and enter invasion of state's right. The Re. that would equal that of any troupe of Arrangement has;; been made for a -;
be of interest to the commissioner on subject. their against the railroad I :
t as may protest porter-Star says:: professionals.Peter Sunday school convention to be held ;
'/, .who ha figures- that they wish presented meal' pte&ent I commission permitting the railroadsto "Hurrah for Senator Bryan. He I Ran Society of Lafly Minstrelshas at the Methodist church Sunday, .N
.1 Anyone It desired discriminate against\ inland townsin made a strong argument against an been given in several southern I March 29, beginning, ; at 2:30: o'clockp. \
do earnestly
:' them to me in advance if they see fit' to so. is favor Of seaports in fixing freight equal suffrage amendment to the I cities this season under the directionof m., to which all the ministers, superintendents 1<
that there shall be a large and representative gathering of the I ratt'H, thy have only themselves toblame"1f Federal Constitution, maintaining that I II Miss Rogers, and in each city that I teachers and other officers .
people to meet the commissioners, showing thereby a decided interest ; the ruling is against them. I II I it is a question to be decided by the I II lady has received invitations to come I of the Sunday schools of Kissimmee \;
;. Do not fail! to be on hand. I I *- I I states atone, that Florida had no again and repeat the dose, so our people are invited' and will be privilegedto .
in this important matter. II. Malone] who represents I I
very I yVilliam I I evening fulof J'
right to dictate who shall vote in may expect an in the proceedings. The
"... (Signed) C. A. CARSON Chairm,\n. I' Conch. town addition in the to the state list senate of gentleman, is thelatest ',I I Wyoming nor the people of Massachusetts : pleasure when they irtttnd the dedication following participate has .teen adopted for a pro- ,:'?

\ Committee of the Hoard of Trade. 'I who shall vote in Ohio. lie of this magnificent opens house grarji::
I
Transportation the Fourth -
.;; who desire l<> represent next led
: Friday
contended that California had no night.'Y: \ 1. Devotional service to be by "
'I district in congress. We are really 1 1 more right to say whether the negro I 'T J. W. Prcntis. 11
William entered the for
1 I sorry race women of Florida should] vote than 2. Ideals for the superintendent by '. ;
he is a \good man, and we hate to see UNCLAIMED LETTERS '\
.- --- I Florida has to say whether or not.the Rev. S. w. Lawler. .
beat l heat he must be whenW.
him
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Japanese women should vote in Cali 3. Idcttfft for the teacher by Dr. A. .
>'t TilE LOGICAL CONCLUSION.: (! J. Sears of Osceola county is in the fornia. The senator is right. There AT THE POST OFFICE 1.1 Holt. rj 1 1I.

.'.,1 J running. has been entirely too much invasion of 4. Leo r the pastor in relation to

q 1 There is a story told nf a man who went into a restaurant with his friend Volume 1. No. 1-,(0 of the Baker County the rights of the states." I. the Sunday school by C. A. Carson.

}' Dinner which cost ...jntyfive cents. During the Times has reached this office. It The parcel'poHt position of Senator I f>. Ideals for the pupil by C. E.
I to get a Special Sunday KlRiimmiM- Fen Miuih: I I'; !1411Adyertiscd (
'1 the came around and fell into conversation II in a Mx-column, eight-page paper, but Bryan has also, been grievously: misunderstood. flat for thitwn w"'I| Yowell. -
of the proprietor
course men The Bartow Courier-In- Rev. R. C.
that 6. Teacher training, by
we are sorry to note seven pagesarc ending) March 3"( 1'iUAll.n.
j with them, and during\ the course of talk he'made the remark that he lost made up of boiler plate. We formant explains the matter very VV(>idler, ---
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'I fifteen cents on each dinner that he sold that day at that price, because he thought Baker county was a prosperous clearly in the following: iii. tile. Mrji. Minnie: I 1".r.I.. II N: 7. How parents may help the Sunday -
; extra fancy dinner in the nature of an advertisement for I II county and McClenny more of a I "And there is another matter in I II llhirii\ C CHontv. school, by J. L. Overstrect. {
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was putting on an which Senator is ] in this Miss AnnU-1 Mulir. \ Mr"r!
Bryan clearly General 1 discussion of of the
of the diners said to the : progressive town than the get-up of .... II )It: 8. any r
s1 his restaurant. After the proprietor had left one B. inn. <:ottrrli-< Morgan :
hut for which he has been '
I I right, -
I the Times Would indicate. generntty IIuII"'r. John Ni-l lson., Mm. M"ttl. topics by volunteer speakers.
other, "Very probable it is {true that }he is losing fifteen cents on each dinner fi--- -- condemned by the newspapersof I Br"'klll.1..1. \,..nl I'"rrlMh. .t .1.1HIIHH The leaders will be expected to compass -

"; t he serves today." The other answered, "Yes, my God; but look how many "Kissimmee's motel playhouse, the I his state. It is his stand against 1' CramMm, (ChHH Cliira.Ir I'ad Klltir.lKtl.. J Hrlr\!E: their speeches inside of ten min- 4

he serves." Some such reason must be used by the railroad company in fixing Thurman opera house, Is; to be openedto giving the postmaster-general dicta-I' Ocwa Ha rve\ Sh.ll.Mix. M I H! I utes, and speakers in the general dis'j k'
t the public March 27," says the Val i torial power in the affairs of ('"po'yH A H'nill.1.: ... Ida A cussion in three minutes.
; the rates for longer hauls over the same road at a lens figure than the rate ley CJazette.; The first performance'I partment. Mr. Bryan has no more I II DitvlB.'MlnH. MIMnd Tlto.n.. J. Mre'Marv'Gas :W >,

\ for shorter hauls, and the !same reasoning must be used also by the legislatures ] : will be a benefit entertainment under',I desire to cripple.the parcel post system Fix.tony J C'lirmin Mr. Millie ThoniHH.LVn.h' ingt.n. S IinllilKhcT. > At the. Baptist Church Sunday.

: and commissioners who acquiesce in this unjust discrimination. the auspioes of a prominent church than the men who condemn him ( M J Wnticin. Oo D
i Thurman house but he Fees the danger of recklessly Hanrork. MKH! |<"\Vnllitcf.. J. C.I1nwklns. Dr. Holt, the pastor, will prelch
and the communities must society. The opera j '
discrimination
this .
.f The people who suffer from I L.:n4Wullar** JAMIlllUfirn A
the attrac- overlooking and seriously crippling morning and night. .
addition to
will beta great Emma
I I. I WI"'''0. Mm.
either follow! the same false line of logic or must simply lack energy enough I school at 9:45 N. C.t'' I
tions of Kissimmee Times-Union. it, instead of building it up Ji/utrhlnNo"/ t MfH I!.. Sunday a. m.
t to fight its vicious conclusions. It is almost suicidal, it seems to me, to permit -->- -----. strongly and safely as it graduallY'I' H (1 Bryan superintendent. Two hundred i.
It I B SIMPSONI'rmtniHHti '
such vicious system. To illustrate the false logic to which I refer Fifteen Texas. Rangers: are guarding : is to become the powerful -r are expected to be present. C. A.
any eight hundrexl miles of M 'x din : for good to the country that it was I Carson, teacher of Bible class. Sixty
t let us suppose that thirty years ago a lower rate was placed upon freight Jived hi Texas for '..
frontier. We some intended to be and will be if developed VOTK .: present last Sunday.
a from Sanford to Tampa than from Sanford to Kissimmee, and let us suppose years and know that fifteen rangers on safe business lines. Again, Mr. I'I Notice Is Hereby "" .-" that .n Monday The morning\ subject of the sermon
lower rate was placed freight from to fifteen hundred average cabinet officer i Aiwll 261< h. 1814. (tie undcTHlirmilwill will be AHcason for TTope." _. )
that twenty odd years ago a upon are equal Bryan opposes investing a I npplv to 1 hfc Kovrnur of Floridafor '
j Jacksonville to Tampa than from Jacksonville to Kissimmee. lam informed men in throwing a wholesome fear with legislative powers-a very letter patent upon I the, proposed The subject at night will be "The ...
e of those Mexican cut in charter of which the following. l 18 a in the World." :
into the breasts dangerous precedent to establish Greatest Thing .
"t that these are facts, and that this state of affairs will continue.. At that time I true ropy the original of Bald charter
I throats. The qualifications necessaryto the representative republican government being now on fllft In the necriMary. of Everybody invited, and strangers
all of these places were small towns. The excuse of the railroad company be a ranger are to be able to shoot A cabinet officer is not even a Btate's offlcB Ht Tallah' a>,<-< FloridaJ especially welcomed.Dr. \,

was that it had to make a lower rate tp Tampa in order to meet water competition straight and the nerve to shoot at the direct representative of the people, I r. l KbBKTTER.KUNA F I-.EDHETTKK.. Herzog will preach at. the mia,1:.,.

that the rates are lower rates than would otherwiae be possible, but least provocation.. who do not elect him and cannot- I C. W. HIAHJNT. Eon- in South Kissimmee. I
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him. temporary :
move Whatever
to meet competition, as I have said and justified becausett Jacksonville dated .
were.,necessary A dispatch from may result from his exercise of unconstitutional .
allowed the company to. use equipment and tracks and coal and labor that it the 15th, says that'John'V. Denton of power (as in the present -' :;

would have had to use just the same In order-to make up the- loss in haulingfoods'at Micanopy, Alachua county, was in that instance) may at any time be far . 4..i:
rate the city, and stated he would enter the outweighed. by other acts having a : . :
L the low'.rate, tt.' was necessary to charge a higher on Frank '
race for congress against a.' -
directly contrary. effect and over ;" ..- ' ;
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shorter haul.. That is apparently'good reasoning, but letus: analyze it a little Clark" We are not acquainted with which the people, either 'directly or :. ,

more thoroughly. Thirty years ago Tampa, Sanford, Lakeland, Kissimmee, Mr. Denton, therefore know nothingof through their representatives in congress -

\ 'r Orlando'ad other cities were all small and young communities. The low his qualifications for the office, but have no cohtrol whatever The .

.rates to Tampa resulted in building Tampa into a* city, while the others remain we surmise he's tackled a Clark job when off the he principle is wrong and, will work injury IF
I run Frank
attempts U
Senator
I in Bryan
the.long run.
s.4, towns or very much smaller cities. Therefore, the amount\ of trade necessary roost is..right-in opposing it.V .. I I
to be transported to and from TaRrpa bears a much larger relation to: the -- -*- -- Without any special interest or feeling I

k' whole amount of freight transported now than it did then: and if the discriminatory It IB most gratifying to all who in the subject, the Tribune Ih- I

I rates are kept in_effect Tampa will continue to grow out of proportionto I know.many of bouquets his true thrown worth at to S.read J. Trip-the I dines Orlando to and the Bartow view papers.expressed Still bv, the the you would keep your feet well

the rest of the territory. As a natural logical then the propor- in I ,
sequence lett, the Kissimmee editor, connec- circulation of the bare statement that
tion of freight carried at a loss will continue to grow all the time rather than tion with his: candidacy for the \legis Senator Bryan opposed woman suffrage I dressed f

\_ to diminish; consequently in order to make up the loss on this growing pro- lature. As stated some time ago, by and opposed the extension of the i
portion of the freight the rate to the interior towns, such as Orlando Kis the Meteor, Triplett will make as' gooda parcel post is calculated to do him 11
'; simmee, Lakeland and Bartow, will have to be raised continually from time legislator as he has an editor, and serious injury among the people of
t to time. Every time they are raised that much is added to the growth of we feel that the good people of Os- Florida who do not have the opportunity Brihg Them to Us
the favored cities, such as Tampa, thereby again increasing the proportionof ceola will take this view of It and to read and understood, the .
freight which must be carried at a loss give.him a lone run for the job and a' whole truth. It is in this way that 'J
This state of affairs has continued for a great many years. The interior free pass* to Tallahassee.-St. Augus- public officials frequently get; in bad," I
w t towns have been allowed to exist only by the bounty of nature and not by thefair'tre.tment II tine Meteor. as the saying goes.; The people hear We can show you the New
from the railroad company nor of the state legislature! nor --0 only a part of the facts and judge I
of the State Railroad Commission. I With last week's issue the Eau Gal- them on this partial information.Senator Styles in all the latest wear for N;
,v As I endeavored to point out in the beginning, the whole system of reason- lie Record ceased to exist, to use the Bryan's friends in the state I ,
lag which permits any such unwarranted and unnatural interference with editor's words in his "Finis," it ,ad- press should take the trouble to ex- I J
I* the course of trade is vicious and false, and the logical end will be that there journed sine die. It .does not speak plain his position ort'these mattersin

f will be a few cities on the water; no small towns, no country settlements, and well for the business men of any city full, in order that erroneous im- .Spring and SummerDUTTONHARRIS f.
+F that the-railroad will not be able to serve them because of the facts that the when a newspaper is forced to, suspend pressions, very hurtful to hurt, may .
i..t only freight that can be transported at all must be transported at a loss. publication for lack of support, be corercted.-Tampa Tribune. *
2si Carrying the reasoning one step further, the railroad cannot make a profit and w* trust the people of Eau Gallie 1 .
b'. and meet water competition, and are allowed to lower the rates in order to will awake to the fact that the Record I
i"" d' favor the towns which have water competition against those that do not. It has been their biggest asset in build- STETSON MAKES '

r I will be impossible eventually for the railroads to be operated at a profit'atisel ing up that little east coast city, and CO.
all, and they will have to cease operations and we will come back again to lose no time in guaranteeing Editor LIBERAL OFFER '
l the point wherewe were a hundred years ago; that is to say, that all the Roesch sufficient' patronage warrant '
d avenues of trade will be on the water. The whole argument is so ridiculous him in again issuing weekly. his FOOT FITTERS .
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v fps,;'' that its absurdities need only to be pointed out, but however ridiculous the splendid paper. TEACHERS ARE INVITED TO

'6''t arguments may be, It has for the past many years prevailed, and has resulted *- TAKE SPECIAL, REVIEW (
9t to a discrimination against some of the best towns we have. It is not possible On account of the fact that the q ,
y for Palatka. or Orlando, or Sanford or Lakeland,or Bartow, or Kissimmeeever Southern Settlement and Development COURSE.The .
to be great commercial centers, because of the fact that.these railroad Organization has no land to buy or to
lcompanies have discriminated against them: The government: his for many sell, it has secured the confidence of spring term opens at Stetson I
i. .d years made it unlawful to discriminate as between individual shippers.--Why prospective investors and settlers' and on the 25th of March. During the
r should it not be unlawful to discriminate as between towns and cities at this time inquiries are pouring in spring, term special reviews will be I -- ----- --
i If the principle of the long and short haul rates contended for by the to the various agencies of the organ- given not only on all branches required -
v railroad companies hi recognized, we admit the right of the railroad companies isation and at headquarters not-only for county examinations, but an
to make or unmake a town at will, and we give! them greater power from people who desire to settle, here opportunity will be given those teachers n
1, over the destinies of the inhabitants of the small towns throughout the country but from financiers who desire to have who wish to prepare for the special ,
1 and of the inland towns throughout the country than we admit to the state opportunities for investment placed high -school examinations. Superintendent ,
r'S government. or the national government before them. One ihquiry recentlywas Sheats has agreed to hold
q _r The whole system is wrong;more than wrong, it is unjust, and it is essential from a party who desires from these special examinations in De-
to the Jite, continued growth and prosperity of the.amaller towns not 10 ,OOO to 200,000 acres of land for Land, beginning May 27, the day following
only throughout the state of Florida, but throughout the country, and astrong colonization purposes.. The managerof commencement. Any teachersin
and organised protest should be made. the Florida department, Mr. Richardson the state wishing to take these
.-a The people( of Kiss mmee will have this opportunity on March 26th, and it has placed before this party special examinations can do so at this
", ia boned that they will avail\ themselves of It. several propositions which it is hoped time. If your school is put some weeks '
!, The following pertinent paragraph anent this important subject is taken may be acceptable. A few days ago before this, come on to Stetson'and 4P
> (i from the Sanford Herald: there was sent out from the Florida t put the time .in in' reviewing. For 806 1
+7 <1 \1 "An.,9jmndo! merchant tells us that he l'eceived'a carload of merchandise headquarters in Jacksonville lists of f[any special information write to JohnB.

from Mlddleport. N. Y., a few days ago on which the freight was 71 Vic per over 100 prospective settlers who had Stetson University, DeLand, Fla. .
hundred... The charge from Mlddleport to Jacksonville was 36Vic:and from their eyes on this state.These lists AS TO SOUPIt WHEN In The SOUP
Jacksonville Orlando. 35c. As one Is about 1,800 miles and, the other less were.sent to the land companies and EVERYTHINGIS "
>than '160 miles, it looks tows' as if there is something wrong somewhere. lahd owners who are supporting this ia.estimated that there are about
,. J i ther one .1s too low or the other too high.-Orlando Reporter-Star. great work, with the request that they Frame of Mind ,
: kinds varieties.
'' 300 different of They ,
f7 '"Simply means"that.Jacksonville hat the rest of the state sewed upJirher) send their pamphlets and information IN READINESS ,
{pocket and laying made arrangements with i all 1 the ;railroadsanxftransporta.jtion to each of these prospects and the make economical and nutritious Come ,; yrt
't 1. companies can command! the price of freight) -Kit were not, for this general agents throughout .the country the shin bone for Here
fact: other.dtles would have wholesale grocery and grain houses and other I of the organization will call upon FOR OPENING QF THURMAN OP- diah.kSome prefer' '
J Bet allow any competition. I th.s. -perspective settlers and aid In ERA HOUSE'NEXT FRIDAY ,ups, as-1C contains the marrow and FOR SOUP MEATof
)How to the world could Sanford have a number of wholesale houses when the very way to land them In the land 'of NIGHT BY LADY.MINSTRELS. and .
I..r. J freight from Sanford to Orlando is as much.as the freight from-,Jacksonville opportunity, the state ojf' Florida' .add strength tbickyOthen ;
' (J: t Uo Orlando. The only way Jo wrerconis thisrunhjtt discrimination in freight I I' ; .t ..1 M""w refer, 'a."t''from the neck. Any Kind ''' ,, '
'. .:i-"a. la to put Jacksonville statesmen down and out. and eeaseto patronise ,iWhen'peopl:''"'. crowd '.rc> M 'the, .! ,, ,:"; ...>'>' -,... -
a Bud. rat-throat. competition and every south Florida and middle Florida man church doors, for admittance on"'San. ( )Unusual interest' is'belhgTlaken in; "I t. '

ft'WOI'k: ,! for_lIO'lith'FIorld&: end mWdl Florlda, 'n... is. no reason for Jackson- day'....nlnp; as they. do around the the performance that ,,1s'to be'jgfventat -E & Bat*, Telephone 44, ;Broadway'

: t .= -= a s : tu *%. P ro.prlaUOD ,1wthng np freight ratal picture; shows/ the. rnillonUim 'will" 'be the formal-opening>of ytnlgbtFhof y y _* a t1* A 1NOJ117 -* , _
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FRIDAY.MARCH.ZO, 1914 THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY, . f. PA.CE 7;
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I THE KISSIMMEE'VALLEY GAZETTE :The Manhattan hotel'c closed its din : '.. .. ,'""" ..' <.. I ,
/ '..: PYT HIAIH SISTERS
x ing room Saturday night and dqr- : :
Telephone No. 1L < on . ". .
e ing the'summer will only rent,rooms. ", : '" ; .
,,. d + , ,, 'ii,1., >-.,. HOLD RfCfPT.IO'N'f *'
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Watch 'windows'1' jot : .: pOnyx.T .
''''' our specials . .. _. ", .
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't'Jf"'t'p ib ush'edf'rv.ry 1' FrleI.Bi Saturday and } Dann -, ' ,
.; Monday., :,DepartmentStore. - 11',:' '
f"J, B.'UAKKI8.: .* I 18.1t AND n MOT DELIGHTFUL a'

,? Last Tuesday was- St. Patrick'' day .. 'AN ENTERTAINING' .

.k'' and quite .a, number, 'of .opr citizen ---Phoenix.. PROGRAM.The .,

ii' j".-.. .- :wen seen wearing' o' the.... green on the .
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Weather street, of' thlan Sisters have adopted a

t.; Report Laces of all kinds-linen, torshdn- Katz's' Place plan ,that I la proving most successful r

Valenciennes lace*--all 6c yard. Dollar Hos1lory' :_ Hosiery'- both' a* keeping '.Jive'th. 'jntoreat.
in the order and to the
pleating
Limit Store, where dime last very
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' Following the daily tent- !,your .. .
are
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like dollar 13-lt members. They give a Monthly reception .. ,
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t peraturee and precipitation.. : Ladies 4. I On; the Corner .Best Ever at which a most elaborate'\ ,,'

:. 'reported-by .tbe Government K. P. Butler has purchased" the program is rendered and refreshment'

.uUon at Kissimmee for the .Whidden pressing: ana cleaning business "Gentlemen i served. The-reception this month was
and moved it in the rearend of. . All Colors heldtt the chapter house on Wedne=" r ,
week ending March 19. 15114. his'' barber shop. day'afternoon at which the following.
Children' Ladies Gents program was carried out .
Max.Min.RainFriday Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Parker Mrs. Piano duet--Blanch Ingram and 1
__:____ 73 50 ___ F. S. Gilbert and .baby and Mr. JohnA. Sfuhy Preratt. \

Saturday _____ 73 50 ___ Huffman formed a pleasant party Reading-Rose O'Berry. "
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, Sunday _-L.___ 750 ___ that spent yesterday; in .Orlando.! . i : Piano solo--Luck BucklesReadlngvMrs. .- ,x.
Earl
Monday un_ 78 50 ___ W. R. Darlington of Allen ale, S. Piano solo-Ruby Ellis Lgpfer.- +,' \44
Tuesday : 80 60 C., who has been visiting his cousin "pythian Sisters and ' ..
---- Paper on ,
___ Lewis O'Bryan, for the past ten days, Their Work" Mrs. Roma ,.
Wednesday 78 49 ----I White. Goods r Thomas, '
Thursday81 53 .Jeft for his home yesterday. Solo-Mrs. C.. L. HyattReading

Judge J. S. Davis of St. Petersburgwas -, "Platonic"-Mrs. Earl ..'
.04000.00.00000..0....... a business visitor in the city last Lupfer.

Tuesday, transacting legal business 4 The refreshments, which were both oj'
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with some of our citizens. V dainty and delicious, were served by ,l.
0L1I I I The present'j is most- ( time for to visit Misses O'Berry, Roberson, Ingrain' ,'
a opportune
Take notice of the forward move- you and Prevatt, while Mrs. J. Z. Roberaon .
ment in the churches of the city and and Mrs. G. E. Gardner acted as hoatelses. .;

, i iTm: LOCAL get in the game. This means you. Do our store, and to inspect the choice White. Goods.. Laces, :,(I; }

you see the point? Then act.

< lllll rl'' IIIIIIIIIIIIIII W. A Snith, president of the Dut- Embroideries Etc: PARKER'S TAILOR t,, T.

W. II. Brokaw:, with GrIffing Brdln-: week ton-Harris at Lakeland company,, where, is spending his companyowns the SHOP; ROBBED

ers, the tree people. 40-tf the leading shoe house.F. .. -J .A
> The newest and most favored cotton fabrics are our ;

E. A. Williams of Narcoossee spent C. Birthisel, field manager of P. THIEVES GETAWAY WITH ONE t. r

Saturday here. F. Collier & Son, with headquartersat Come and let ,- ':: ..
and for New York city, is in the city this strong! points. in us give you some Easter HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOL. ., i;
Bee notice: program Sunday LARS' WORTH OF
week in the interest of his firm. ".
school 'convention on the 29th. I suggestions. CLOTHES. ;

Clarence Johnson, the popular sales- .
See )F. II. Lawson for white Oxfords. I man in the shoe house of the Dutton- Several .robberies have, Occurred in 6%
Best shoes and lowest prices. 14-lt Harris company at Lakeland, spent thin city during the past winter, and 4"
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the week-end here with his family. 'each time the theft has been committed .
of trade will in
board meet
The Something day. Ask to the novelties
regular session Monday night. f .t new every. see by some vagrant negro, that is ( ,
Monday night the board of trade each time the thief was captured andon _

M. G. Roebelk, one of Davenport's' will discuss questions of vital importance in buttons and neckwear just received. Monday night the tailor shop own- 1 '

leading business men, was in the city to the people of Kissimmee andit ed by a negro named Parker locatedon '
Monday.L. is hoped a full membership will be r Darlington avenue, was entered Sp'

present. and about $150 worth of clothes taken. 'e$
J. Corney has had a 'phone installed At this writing no trace has been*
at the Broadway Fish Market. Don't fail to see Richardson's 'line found of the thief but Sheriff Ingram: t i

Nun bqr.270-L... tf I of embroidery outfits-'consists of corset feels...certain that sooner or later the
covert,- pillow tops,. table scarfs. Our Motto -- -- -
clothes will be i ecpvered; as a negrcr
J. E. Bowen, one of Davenport's Dollar Limit Store, where your dimes */ "Quality"Is with that many suits of clothes in his
substantial citizens) was in the city last like dollars. 13-1t Katz's PlaceOn possession can not keep under cover. ,' /

Wednesday.Will The robberies committed ;
E. G. Vans Agnew, we are painedto frequent
undersell mail order houses on learn, is ill at his home in South during this past .winter would indicate P
white Oxfords. Come and see. 1II.. Kissimmee, but his attending physi- "Quality" that an additional night policeman ,
the Corner was neceasray, as Kissimmee la e
14-1t cian does apprehend serious '
Lawson. not any I '
y for mi.tato ,
results to follow. OurMotto entirely too large a city one

Watch our windows for specials I police __ $ i
Saturday and Monday. Dann Depart- C. D. Carroll, the Narcoossee turpentine ---
ment i tore. 13-lt I operator, passed through the The most exciting and thrilling photo ;e
city Saturday en route from Tampa drama that Mr. George Klein. has
We have the Richardson's line of where he had for: a week been serving I ever produced in this country is Ilia
embroidery outfit-25c paokages. Dol on the federal grand jury. \ I latest success "Between Savage and ',
lar Limit Store. 13-lt Tiger," a magnificent six-part production f '
Ex-Senator Louis C. Massey of Or- by the Cines company of Italy. '4

Mrs. E.-L.the Sears Wednesday of Belle Vernon of Mrs.J. ., landowas transacting legal business The Chautauqua Literary Scientific'Ie F. W. Hill, the postmaster merchant J. Rucker Adams manager of the It presents the of adventure and , f.

Pea. ; was \guest here this week. Mr. Massey will rep- Circle will meet at the home-of Mrs. ,j at Narcoossee, was transacting Chautauqua recently held in this city, I romance in jungles of India that
M. WillstnVaWatch
resent his city before the railroad S. W. Lawler next Tuesday afternoonat business here Saturday, and Incident- was here last night looking after bus- fairly bristles with action and keeps
our windows for specials commission that sits here next Thurs- 3:30, and a full membership is urged ally found time to attend the meetingof iness matters. the spectators in a constant tate of t

Saturday and Monday. Dann Department day. : to be present as matters of Importance the county democratic executive feverish interest and enthusiasm. "
Store. 13-lt will be discussed committee and givesome good and Miss Elizabeth Carson has returned Tigers, water buffalo, antelope, savages ,
Prof. Geo. M. Lynch, state rural and all the other wild element
wholesome advice.. to the course the from an extended visit to Washing'
Ed Gill.one of Davenport's enter- school inspector,. is in the city the Mrs. R. D. Porter will entertain the committee should pursue in conducting ton D. C., Savannah, Jacksonville and with* which the jungle; /of India abound ,fare
prising young men, was transacting guest of Supt. W. J. Sears. He and O. E: S. at the chapter house next the primary.S. other places of interest utilized in rounding out a consistent "
business here Wednesday. Mr. Sears left yesterday morning fora Wednesday afternoon, March 26th, tale of gripping Interest. It i*
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visit to the schools throughout the from 3 p. m. to 5:30 p. m. All mem- E. Waters passed through the R. L. Starliag has let the contractto the first big modern production that ' i
Butterick patterns at half price- county bers are earnestly requested to be city yesterday en route to his home J. H. Smith to.build a modern Mr. Kleine ha, imported and illustrate . t
,.' 16c pattern 7c. JOc pattern.5c.: On Tarver and wife left present; and all visiting. E. S. are. at Narcoossee from Cincinnati to bungalow on Mabbette "street, and *"the; versatility of,the tCines
Eugene yester.day
F.. H..Lawson. y 4 14-lt cordially Invited. .:According to all acocunts--
aletat company.
for Waycross Ga., where they which-city he wa called three weeks work has already begun., Mr. Smith

J. Don't; fail U,> watch our window for will remain a few week and then go II. E. Swabey attended the ago on urgent business Mr. Water says that he anticipate a great build no that animal has thus, jungle far er been adventure seen in story this '
Monday specials.' Dollar Limit Store to-Alexandria, La., where Mr. Tarver of Odd Fellows at Orlando stated he wa more than glad to leave ing boom here this summer.and he can with "Between
with lumber meetinl'j that country where a man was forced .1* casting around for a' fall crew of country compare
Per iJiy-&rRainey. 13-lt has occupied a position a day night, returning to this : Savage and Tiger." This remarkable
to wear forty clothes to mechanic to
pounds keep competent employ'regularly a '
_company day. Mr. Swabey will '
repr entertainment Is to be seen here for
J'A.. Munden orst. Peteribufglia fronufreezintE. a* he will get his full share of
been the guest here this week of his' S. B. Apltman well known automobile Orl CJolodge at"-meetb1g'"f.the the work to do. the first time at:the Dixie: _theater Jn. ............,,:..
son, Allen Munden. dealer at Kissimmee, iin town.' grand lodge which convenes in Lake G. Fewetl one of the big cattle- the.near future. ,$ ,
Mr. Aultman used to be in the real land on April 20. men in the Rosalie section, spent a J. E. Krause, wife and children who

Watch' our windows for specials estate business in Tampa and con- who: would not enjoy a stroll few days heTe this week making arrangements are spending the winter at Runny Sheriff In&&Dhaa had many queer 4
Saturday and Monday. Dann Depart nected with various other enterprises. through our streets these bright days for his annual spring mede, the guests> of C. W. Bruns and- experiences since assuming office; but '
13-lt round Mr. Fewell) stated that he about the that-has come hi* e,
ment Store. -Tampa Tribune.B. and enjoy the bright, warm sunshineand up. family, were in Kissimmee a few queerest
believed cattle-raising was the safest landed in full force last night !'
hours Saturday, being route to way : *
of en
A. E. Drought, the live wire of St. C. Dutton, manager of the Dut- inhale blossoms the and sweet perfume that is wafted orange business to engage in, as there was their winter quarter.from a week when a young man. giving his name a*' ,

Cloud in the real estate and insuranceline ton-Harris company at Lakeland, the roses ? It little loss by death and the range was spent on the west coast. Mr. Krauseis James, who says he Itves a abort distance -
was in the city Wednesday. spent the week-end in Kissimmee. Mr. ia to you by gentle zephyrs both good and free.C. I lessee of the Washington hotel at west of Loughman, called and. n ,:r
lovely.betoltd dtrgipjlon.: ,, I
Dutton stated that Lakeland was enjoying demanded that the shereiff go to the
Ind. of the
Headquarters for white Oxfordsmen W. Brun8 preidenTof the Nar Indianapolis, one largest to '
children and unusual prosperity, and that Rev. Chisholm will preach at the hotels in the middle west home of a Mr. Hancock also a resident --
women, misses, 14-lt many new buildings were in course of Christian church Sunday morning coossee Farm!' and, Towneite company, of the Loughman section and get ;l
baby. F. H. Lawsorr. construction. with headquarters at Runnymede wasa hid Jame' wife, and that if the aher-
the subject of "The Perils of Neglect. stated A. A. Tano is doing his very bestto ,
visitor here Tuesday and that iff didn't do the job that he would if w
k
kline He will the the
Just received bytaday's express preach Sunday night on please theater-going public.
J. P. Johnson of Des Moines, la., his did splendid business
company a he had to shoot the whole bunch +
Dollar Limit Store. "In the World But Not of up
of flowers. subject, Last week be had Dr. Frederick A.
has purchased, through H. M. Breaker I this selling nearly hundred
.season a and especially Hancock who, he said.
Person & Rainey. 13-lt It. There will be baptism at the Cook the noted Arctic explorer, and
& Co. tract about tracts land from
a ten-acre two of to people the i
his father-in-law. Sheriff Ingram
service. A welcome is first was
evening ex- the three of this week he
miles north of the xity, opposite the west who would in citrus culture days a
Watch our windows for specials tended to- alLWhatever engage had Shelley, Mack and Alleman some showed good judgment in placing )
Saturday and Monday. Dann Depart- old Jack Keen place, which is now be- the coming season. of the most noted vaudeville artiste James in jail, pending- an investigation -
Store. 13-lt ing cleared and planted in grapefruit commendation be of the affair. In'meantime- j-
ment may
Joe Hugh Reese the able editor of on the stage, and now comes the Gas-
% under the supervision of the above- ''
justly given to the other enterprisesof our sheriff is studying. the law to find'"
exhibit in three
the Orlando Sentinel parilla tonight big
Sunday
Lawler of Kissimmee named firm. Mr. Johnson has spent
Rev. S. W. never
the city the churches are certainly of out if it is his duty to hunt up and I
reels under the direction
and Monday here the guest of his as staged
the visited Kissimmee but made his
yesterday in city greeting ,
spent pur striving to promote the eternal prin- arrest runaway wives tri
the carnival committee. Also the Mu-
mother and sister. Joe at time
one
',rlends. He is en route to Suther- chase through the recommendation of ciples that lie at the foundation of/
land where the directors of Southern his friend, T. H. Ludlow, who recently waa editor of the Valley Gazette and tual girl will appear tonight at the '.
every good character, and without .FOR SALE-Crab grass .hay bailed u
Dixie theater. Don't miss these
he still has a warm spot in his heart splendid
college are meeting.-Tampa Times. purchased the Keen place. which: all_ else is in vain.! Help themin for Kissimmee and its people. Some attractions. $20 a ton, fifty cents a bale deliv'r

their divine enterprise.Mrs. day, when we grow into the daily class, ered at city: dock. Wilcox Bros. .

Joe Hugh may return to us. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Clark left here 1S-lt-pel. -
W. A. McCool and son W. A.
Jr., and Miss Anderson left 'T'uesdaytor The ladies of the Methodist church Saturday morning for Kissimmee, WANTED-Four. lady.demonstrators,
Edward their home at Beaver Falls, Pa., will bold a reception Tuesday afternoon where) Mr. Clark goes to take chargeof good money, permanent work to _. f,
BrighamJ the business end of the Gaz
after spending the winter in this city. March {4, from 3 to 5 I o'clock Valley right parties Apply comer Beaumont '
ette. Kissimmee loses.
They have been coming here for years I at the home of Mrs II. M. Pfann. Emmett wins Apopka : and Emmett streets Mr. Dil- ,,
but sickness called them home earlie street A good program is being The Valley Gazette I Is to be congratulated lard's to Mr. Copley._, IS-lt-pd J"e.,
Noted I
. on securing. the services of the
,
,y-v". _.._ ....---_ ,-...._ ..,-.._. _- idila&...this. -time. but the ex ,mu>r 't ""Kid.j rejhments. will be great big-hearted Kentuckian, and INFORMATION concerning the !
\ winter present /.r" .
to return next fall for another ..ervea.A cordial invitation is '
ex-
Apopka is to be condemned for the holder (or possessorof) a wire ,3
Singer and Dramai.i.c'Reader here., tended to ,everybody; No admission loss of this energetic wide-awake bus model of a machine for cutting the a"; \'liJ' :'
but silver
a offering, will be taken. iness man. Mr. Clark still retains his stem of orange and gathering* oranges '"11."
The is asking for bids .A
government I holdings here with the' American and smaller fruit Will be '::I'
will at the to carry the mail between the postoffice Joseph Harris, one of the wide liberally? \ fi
appear Realty company so we hope that we rewarded and no question :
and depot in this city, and all awake citizensof St. Cloud in
was '
have not lost him altogether.ApopkaNews. asked If returned to this office. I, ."L
who desire to make a bid for the job j the city last Tuesday and this !
can find blanks at the- local postoflice office a pleasant call while here and 13-3-pd i

Pa tinreTheaterMonday giving full particulars as to the man- renewed his subscription until 1915.: -- ,
ner of bidding. There is no bond required Such men as Mr. Harris have helpedto C, 1 t, .
to fill the position. build up this section of our state, r
and we need more of just such men

Night* March 23rd I attorneys James Sharp of Williamsburg one of the, Ky.. leading, came I to populate our commonwealth. SPECIAL ATTRACTION ,t: ;:

I down last Saturday to join His wife Dr. Eugene Swope national lecturer -
and daughttp- here for a few day for the Audubon society, whose '
POWERFUL MAN IN AN EQUALLY POWERFUL PROGRAM I They have been spending winter headquarters are at Cincinnati, but :

here in on* of the Makinson cottages.tlrSharp who is wintering in Florida, writes I AT DIXIE TO-NIGHT HEATRE' /:
owns a small grove friends here that he will not return
He "Poe's Raven" .ter Haven and will visit that before north until he. has visited Kissimmee' :

Depicts returning to Kentucky. His wife and as he heard i>f this place when a boy .
,. daughter will remain here until the and ha* longed to pay it a visit andlearn {
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opening of springtime in their home why it was given so euphonious IN MO'TION '

YOU' SHOULD HEAR HIM 115c! 25c 35c state. a name.E. ,Gasparllla arnlva.PICTURES : )' .

A alight blaze in the dry timber E. Scranton of St Cloud was in ? ,..
at the east end of the first tressel on the dty yesterday issuing certificate ,1'
.the mgarbelt road leading to St. of stock to those who had taken shares : : '.
A torae4 Plttafe *
ne .
ealT radar tktrGu
tL.oper.isio..1
Tp-NigtiMHE PBISONEti 'OfZENDAFriday'i Cloud was the cause of a hurry-up in the G. A. R. memorial l hall id that
ran with the locomotive on that division city Mr. Scranton i* chairman of the ,. U Xuedatiotk IN 3 BIG REELS-SO BIG SCENES. AIM, tW y

Wednesday morning,.about 9:20 committee t* dcgorat st. Cloud in ,
: o'clock. Fortunately the fire wa honor of the annual reunion of G. A. .. Fourth Reel'of "QUR MUTUAL,, C//2L"C'' : ,

PARTS i reached and extinguished: before any R. veteran there on April '14 and.16 .
,; : .b hiss r real damage'was done, but bad it occurred and amy that the largest crowd of old .AFIE N00N.:AND NIGHTA r' ... :i
at'night the chance aN that soldier ever assembled Florida will "
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of.. :'" Pcitans: .Pktars '!p-\\ 'IL", ...i aa entire, the.treseal.which be there on thoee day ATM. memorial Dixie t' :' Prices / --i r.O .N. !hi' :
lseetionof /
, '. J ._" ,I. "'_ paa* the of the. Jake' would, hall wWbe. : '.dedicated- daring ,**.* -re- : .. DC ; Adult* ?o ; ,.J) t

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1).1t. C, .L,' SYATT-.. . Keneral; city.election- March SI. 1114. an .MEN"'AND WOMEN TEACHERS. +oaoeebii.
++ .. Physician and Farms.Wanted Proc edingsN ofthejity follows: -- H. K. Mar for' mayor C. K.' '. (
F d.at d.- Tlson for marshal and tax
: - -. -..--Surgeon collector O. The total number women teach
F. JCrlbbs and
Roma
a st. Phone .. of council for term Thomas of two for years members -, ',ere in the public schools of the Unit W.B e BJErt

c Office 19T "" "KlMlmmeeJtt Council J. R. Gilbert for clerk'and J.. Z.. Kob..r-. 'ed States was estimated for 1913 at .
son for treasurer. ,*" . about in the schools
412,800--The
men
There being further huln. .... at )j
... 248 Florida* no the
Owners PricesIHaveSome counoll adjourned to meet March 16. number.-over 110,000, or about 21 percent -

... K'I..I"'tbU.--:: ; :: $..1911. A. 13. 1(14. .- of the total. This is a larger Firtr Life, Health sad Accident?:
than is
of teachers
proportion men
.J. \T. H'IMrsorliCNTTIM'f. The council met In reRUlarvesslon.. March 14: 1114.
pRo there. being. present J'. W. Thomp.on, The co-MitcIl met -In called. BeBslon, usually supposed, for it is about one INSURANCE.SuccessoLte. .!
nrciildonf J. K>. Stuck a. n..Prath..r. T. there 'beingpresent J. W. Thompson, in five. .
M. Rlv..r.. <'_ .K. Vow.U. W. U. Craw. Cresident K. Rush, C. K. Yowell. O. ; .,

-' ford city;: !" .!..ory! .apd J. R. Ollbert, and J. R. Gilbert. clerk. 1---._ __ ________n_ ..
iTlitla-irs to 1litBl1l1QIOIl': .' It. : 13111.were'-approy4jah4J:,orHVr as i follows
.-.01"1"t01" Uouas' t" ... to 12 m. The minutes of the last rocetlnfr wern Dank: of Klssi'mrneo .In .NELSON INSURANCEAGENCTi :
: 5'a
I r : :30p.m. I r,4Lnel approved reports ot officers lieu ..f warrant No. 1382____$1,000.00 ..
4f Telephone No. 7H Jun 6. ITT WITIexamined and approved bill. were Citizens bank of _._---
Want More approved and ordered paid aa follows: "l1'8Ir .
f I .._ terest on warrant No. THEBROADWAY -
-
JV Lilly salary aa mayor f 30.00r
' ___ ;
." June 111. ItiU u 50.00 Old State Bank Building
: >0" I TiB4>n. ...al..ryLS marshal. __ 76.00 Kl.aslmmee
W. .
; : W. CARSON Citizens liank-of in
: TJR.) Jlow< ll naxsv salary aa pollce___ 60.00
_.__
! : flew of warrant No. U S 1,413 60
. J /A Hoh'r.on. -imlttry as treasurer 26.00
yank of Klsslmtnen. Interest .
Citizens
DENTIST J. .)i (llll>.M-t. salary. aa clork___ 76.00J -
on warrant No. 1(78 to .
.
w
, ..;: -- Atn Not Land H .' 26.00 I May 14. Ult ------_----- 18.27
a 3. K. Gilbert roll streethands
Office Cole's Store pay
. over Jewelry Vnnii Aanw & I'rawford( aalar4lty \ ___ 116.00 i
to March't'here
__ _ It. --
, _
atlorn- 2600
.. a.
Office flours: 1 H-12, 1-6 ..1V.. .ys-- being no further btialnesa- tht I L-
Thompson .al..ryae memii4 -
, Office J 6* Agent counciladjourned to meet March 80th.
phone : >i 4 f rnunrll 'u .___ h. 2.00 .
,
1814. at 7.30 .
I m. Fish and Oyster Market 503
Residence 23 .1 K: liunh. "HlHras iru'mber llrc..n..11 > :
___._.. ___ i J W. THOMPSON. E. E. Wells
2 oft Main
" .. Broadway, corner street, .
Gu'adminlsf.Eortld . J. It. rMLBEHT. President
forextrectonofleeth .
----- < i; Y .. .11. Miilary as mrnlr .
+ ,.f rouiHtl -. . __ 200 Clerk now open for business. '
Just because I am using advertising <} II !'rnth ,J DR. H. S. GEIGER 'in the Valley Gazette 4>f 4'4>UIICll __.___________._,___ 1.00T 4 + 4fi4 +4c} 41'404 + 040 oOo 90 Fresh and salt water fish received -
space M ItlverH, salary. aa memb..ror < *
SCaUJBOW:
1 Citizens PHYSICIAN Bank Building AND and .securing! a large list of good council ___________ _____ 1.00ltelrrntly 0 SOME NEWSPAPER ENG- O daily.
hall runt for F.bruar>' 1260
Kissimmee, FloridaPhones properties whicH buyers can have VHllev ar.4-tti, printing .___. _. S 26 0 usa 4 Oysters opened'fresh from
l v J K Sllb>0'1'1. Htampa and ntattonrv + ---- 4r I
at the ownerfi' p'rirc<, it docs not the shell a specialty.!
: Office.297 or.64 1 2'26 ( From the Macon News.) 0 MAKE A SPECIALTY/OP/ RENTING .
I .jecgiXt Mnrh Urns auul -wjrk---; 2100J. >
follow that I ;,!go) rc'nvinera-- 4 ? .
..Residence, 265.( 14-lyr K aibert pay roll street hands I IK.on I i .
tion for my services. ( >m4>la Hardware. Co. merchan- 040400400.+ OOO + + + + ti004 L. J. CORNEY .
dli<4for street handn _____ t r. 20 I HOUSES AND ROOMS :t- I-
,
HP M. RIVERS M. D. I am a farmer; a practical far- \\" A Joiner salary an superln- 116./10 Pretty Girl-Any unmarried human 203 Broadway />Aon. 375. )",
lindn K L. I'---------------
I
mer and a most enthusiastic far- ; =N l n J'r....on.. aalarj as fireman female under thirtY-five. years old who Proprietor.

' PHYSICIAN and SURGEON I I' I. I' _. ___ _-_____ 6fi 00f gels into the news. --- ''r- _
II' feel that there is
met. a
great (Iii tkl. . lineman
,1 f < > *s salary an Society Matron-Any married woman -
Office over Osceola Pharmacy future for those who engage in I': I. 60.<111
who into the -
\' ,It I 'I'I"--wufai;> JIM coll4'Clr I gets news. 1.

l Iw.Mlden'e. fi3. farming around Kissinunee, and I i p. I* r- . _- _- __u_ _. 60 00H Society Girl-Synonymous with
PROVES' : 004 . + 1. <; ,
K 4tfdn rijclut-4
f 0111": HI am doing my utmost to persuade .1.: i. r '"r salary aa 7R onW 'pratty 'jfirL" See above. -

i & <" Uro: i'o .od tlck'tHi ExellI.lve-Adjertlve: applied to any
Canadians, particularly, that they w 4
i,:. \. I- _ 213:) 32 club or social organization which' excludes EXPERT PIANO- '
L. WINN should get into the business here SlatItank of KlKHfmiTKMnoi.I Indiana not taxed, convicts and Sprigg Fleming .
W, tlkt Jo:. I. I' ___ . 3rB 10Gtirlork Y :
as soon as possible. I like this locality Pa4j lnR C4 patklnu fur persons of more than one-half negro I ,

PHYSICIAN bettor than any other partof 11.I. "I'_ _. "n 41 lilM4 blood. TUNINGSpecial I'' I
< > '<'nl la Hardware Co merchan- Not to Recover Phrase I .
., Office 2nd Floor Willson Building. Florida because it has the Roil, (tine for 1; I. 1'. . 10W. Expected II CLEANING ) .
conditions of
the all
applied to per- I
rot I:
Srnet.ms. drnyaRe
A
;
.
: ;. OmcBi RJGBIDBMCB ProNK pacesKIeaMN.x.\v i PIX. >...... the climate the strategetical loca- I. I' _ :3, 00 sons injured in course of news story. attention to all makes of ;, PRESSING 1"
ti environment that Rose Grates. r..h..ndl.e for EI. Prominent
<*n and every College GraduateAnyone : Instruments
I. I' _. s 26 "d
DYEING
makes for happy and rrhamlifl wearing a boiled shirt arrested for
a Florida 110" Ic' Co
I ... A. VANS AOHEW. W. .. C.AwIOaD7ANS prosperouscommunity. for 14 I. I' _ 174 06 anything above a Misdemeanor.MultiMillionaireI'erson Charge for tuning $3.00 for next !| .
Kissimmee will in REPAIRINGLeave
i V \\ KlIlM,. Hdvnn<'' d for lal)oi possessed 80 days. i
: AGNEW &: CRAWFORD ... 4021*
1
: time be the chief Business center i ift -o ii< fri-tRht of worth $500,000
K: S John-ion. salary a.. upiki, property or over" Out of town orders solicited.
AT1CR1EYFATLAWf the most important agriculturalarea lnt.'*iilrnt"nf. water plant 1KI 001'111 or a relative of a person listed in the {

in Florida. Men of ability \ water Yet.ealary(plant an tUoma of :31 do social register. Up to three years ago"milliomnre" R. D. FAIRMAN word i>t my house and clothe-
u u -
4 Offlcw' s-4 >-r .ltlrtm lt.nk sulk tea with means and with intent of purpose South Florida, [""1111..-f' Co. !nth< was used in the same Phone 202 Box lS 7 be celled lor and returned. j-jwill
. Sea
well. wel"t ,plant sense. I
i' JB88lmmef Florida arc critically sizing the situation W.-... \V fll "'HInl'o |pa IMl for Thirty-two Caliber Pearl Handled Kissimmee, Fla. Satisfaction Guaranteed .
.
I 19! *'''Ifw.1I"ust
W &
up, and tlWfact that !they are j tt +'"''.,..*...(. trey : -"sutk 73.6:' Phrase which must always be attached - I II
a lM, <* ,. hail. to Ue noon "revolver," unless P4000 JOo000 0 . ,
H.D.. GEIGER. making heavy purchases of various -' u..r ,14a! H. r< hi i- o int-i t ) .
. . 33.30
disc w..h'r plant otherwise ordered. _. __
- ---- -- - _
f d kinds of land indicates big F It Jenkins, 8,wr work- a00w -- -- -- - C =c.=.OC-7 .,
child under In
H. Makintfon <*o merohaudlHo Tot-Any seven. a
ATTORNEY-AT-l things for the future. newer work ._ 3.60 pathetic story, the adjective "tiny" ;
H.-rr>' Vadgptt. alnr> an can be
must
always prefixed.
( I Office State Bank Building After having served as a news- K.r . .___._ __ _ 60.00
: ..alar .. .* *60**> **0Oscfola. Plucky Woman-Any women who
A 1. Kelly. ) a ""cav nKt'r :
y Kissimmee. "'londaGW. in Canada for than I \
paper man more Hardware Co. garbaw did not scream. podence "

twenty years I came to Kissimmee can __.-__- __u__ __ .___ ____ 4050 Heroine-Principal female character j ,,
Ford Garage Co.. rchandlBe for j "I
F. PARKER. determined to become a farmer, lire department_-. __-- -_ 400A in any burglary story. Othewise J
v A. Tano (fir echl-fpay roll synonymous -with "plucky woman."
even thoug I was nearly forty for flri- company _ -. . 1M 50 q. v. .,'.
t Attorney-al-Law. of It had occurred to South Florida Lumber. 'u lum- % [
years apa. Prominent Clubman-Any bachelor
beK cemetery work ___ ___ 4500M.talic
Collection and Conveyancing me years previously that there was Folding Bed eo... seat'for easing apartments at $300 a month "

5 jCore cemetery __._ __-___ __ __ _.._ 36 00 and upward. Also members of the ,
in the
'for to
Specialties. room engage jC.. L* Ry. Co.. freight on neat. 11.S3K. t
Paul Kelly and Timothy D. Sullivan
112V4 Broadway. business feeding the millions of It, Jenkins cemetery work31.00
associations who to be arrested
Citlr-n-i bank loan for bond happen vesft
people who like to live in the cities.I truate _-___n_,_-_____._-_2.092.39'CIU..os while wearing dress suits. i i .1.1I

. fjL F. KRIBBS also figured out that if the north- three month bank. Interest_______on____loan.._.., 27.90 Fatally InJured-See "Not Expected '' t ;

west was Inebriation's bread basket, Th' matter of reimbursing parties to Recover, above.
having previously put down marl sidewalks Fashionable House .
Apartment Any
-
I.. ATTORNEY AT LAW KISBIMMEE, FLA. Florida be the .
; must nation's mar- ma> on motion referred tQ city dwelling which has an elevator. (

Examination1 of Titles a Special ket basket I am- glad I came. tam attorneys Judge U.for 1". advice.Krtbbs met with councilIn Toddle-Very much applied to the e

NoUtleat.lon'and of taxes of the man who about a year ago behalf of Miss Frances Bay and MissWatson walk of a tiny tot. See under "tot" i ..
1
payment
claiming that city had gone :
non-residents given careful induced Mr. Erskine'Smith of To- right-of-way: deeded to city by Tor correct usage. )
:rdond" for of I Well Dressed-Phrase.applied to a
attention. Kissimmee and parties purpose digging _
ronto to come to "puMIc ditch" In West Kissimmee. and woman who. when arrested is ojmpar- VT l Itj s','

T buy Mr. Jim Miller's grove and -..eked. that City pay for lands infringedupon. atively clean. Must be used in a story 1 : .
On motion, duly seconded, the )
farm.for $12.000. I.m the man matter of adjustment was referred to about a prominent club-woman, q. T.abovii. 1

Pat .Josnston; G. P. Garrett who took the management of that street committee and City attorney l 7A Ij! ,)
:! E. F. Collier called attention of coun- z'
IA
C t. i
GARRBTT: y-Adjective always applied |
TOHNSTON III
1 ;
place-even though had never cil} to sink hole on right-of-way" of A. 'F ...r
hometQwhich remain* are taken. i +
w Atterneys at Law C. L* Ry. next to crossing on Bass I
J '. >J. r'j 'turned plow before, or pruned a street and asked that action In regardto Wuz -Synonymous with "was" '
,1 offtce. 1O,11&12 'f % : : tree,'or even*knew'what'' coglmer-: bettering condition. of same le taken dialect. K

'CitUens Bank Bldg., clal fertilizer was, and inside of at onoe.that the On 'motion clerk notify it was railroad so (ordered Hurried: -Motion" of passengers butJ'Indleatel I pt

,; -r ... Klnimm.eyFlorida. '- < company to repair and make proper nil"ftl and cabs at the time of the
convertedi -i ir.to
eightmonths a Bald (rroHHtTiBT nnc.1. ,,;-- - P'AtC6111' taken the
by-all women -
farm valued keen judges . 1), Clary. called, attention to 1m- -
by many .iHHHahlf condition of Cl>'de aenue within six block. of the accident.

LOUIS C. ABBEY T. riOTON >WJuditvof I as worth 25000. Ir..m A (' I. Ity to lAke Shore addition Scream-See "faint above.
Lot Conned! for lb.t' ,. \vh, ''Upon Mr Clark avaiTannured Wild Panic-Inevitable result of the
f Ftolda R. R. Comnt. Criminal fenrtMASSEY I now have for myself a smaller i hat( street,. ronimttteo would repair accident.
Hama early an ponnllile
& WARLOWATTORNEYS place just to the oust of Erskinc II A 1\unto.r asked thatlectrlr Dash-Gait of the crowd at the time iJR1Nt
I Its).is l>e ,xt.MMl.Ml. to L.k.. Shore nddl- of the accident. "Rush" is t
farm which I fixing synony-
Heights am
COIJNSELLOS up tion. Which" was i erred to el PC.t rlc'
AND Huh l cotninittHiTli moua "Run" is not good usage.
x home.
AT LAW as my Anyone acquaintedwith .
i Rup..l'lnt..ndl'l\l of electricHicht D-n-Damn. i ,
Frmctlc- In nil Ih. Court. of th. Ht.t. and oftk it up till a few months ago plant I elated that II \\' Thurmun HHJ Heir-Child having $300 coming to
tiv t 4 .. UnU4Kl CtatcK, alw-JwIor. the Yimid.Ran. J Installing H prlvntc elrtrlr light I plant 1
r road O miiilHit(n. and th. Intontato C......_ and who sees it now will note a I In ronn-rtlnn with rtiyptoiH1; hotel and him from a life insurance policy. 1'J
Cummbiua11ICatai.urosBLna difference. I like work. o I'" Ii. houn, and nekt-d that the city i Ring! Out-What shots always do. i I (
connect' and keep f In roiidlnent, : f rm- Hurtle-Verb used of motion bf
ORLANDO. FLA. any |
\n\ diatc'use th*'ir linIn raN. sameshould I S.
I" Since the first off the year up tie nerdcd On motion It was falling object, especially a brick l or. a Good fences---and lots them---will

t wards of thirty of my Canadian ,'''ctrle light plant propone t4 :MiHO suicide.
NDREW JOHNSON ordered that the npuerlntenclent of Havoc-Good word to use almost
.1\. friends have paid me a visit. I Thurtnnn that hi.. request would be . ... -.-,.
/ j KCR ... ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT L w now have charge of several places i-hatuc hf $16 per month to deft'nex- High-Adjective which must! l he pre- money you. .

that pueof kttuitiim, up the. tin and pur- fixed to "noon" in the account ,
1 Wilt Practice in all Courts And SS more have notified me noun f +4
aliujie of tranflformcruTt _
eittrH '
State- and Federal this month 14ow4nM (ftl : of a fashionable wedding.SiaySvnonymous .
4 they are coming soon |x >i. watt prosrntcdl 'I --

Office adjoining Broadway expect to have more. I plan short- himself J" M and Len(C u A hick farson H m with dlHcuitHCMl( the council by verb "kill. with obsolete -Fence -of f your farm into a suffi-i
Citisens Bank Klanimmee
U A. Hamilton was UHO InlrnduraA -
to have considerable force at
ly a who having hatl largo, rxperlince Juggle-What is always done with

work upbuilding run down proper- in r<.*jard; to work referred to In the funds of a bank or trust company.
\ ,petition. advanced and cient number of fields to
norm helpful pany. get they
r F' H. JENKINS ties and converting rough lands economical ideas relating to roiifttructloit 1
Ironmaster See Andrew '
f Carnegie.
into of piopoAed work of bulkheading.ii. -
productive habitations.

4; SURVEYOR : To. explained the I HonoraMo In ..I 'it"K":: : :: "" against Bandit-Person property for guilty which of the'crime pen-I proper rotation' of and the most '

That is how I plan to make my n1mnif City. Florida e crops 1
. alty in more than ten days in
Fraternity ]hall Kimimmee, Fla- living from now on. I will assume \I'the undersigned owners In (. jail.
of th* riparian lands abutting! on hake College Girl-Any woman who has .

full charge and responsibility for Tohopi-kallKa. la the city of Klitninintee. ever gone to school.BurlyAdjective!. advantageous pasturing and 'j
are Interested In t he prupoMttton to your
the improvement of any propertyno always applied loa
bulkhead the entire shore, of said lake
M. J. HICKS
DR. matter how big or how small.. within the city limits and bvyond the male negro. ,
Physician south ItmitM of the lily, and In consideration ProminentDescriptive adjective cash each bound ,
returns .
and Surgeon and undertake to convert any prop- of the fact that the city\ Is the applied to farmers plumbers and season are
of Itaatre..lll
largentriparian owner by reason
1 erty into a profitable purchase. ]I dentists.
and C'a" freeze boulevard. wt .
Y e// Bank Phones do rtot profess to be a "know all," suggest appointment of n joint 4tonmitlee Boudoir-Any bed room the rent jof *
State BId. Office 41-Res.. 40 to he composed of five members. which is than to increase. At the same time fences 11
more $1.60 week.
but I do \know; how to find out what two of whom shall rppre.vu.Di I he'city, a ;
Globe Trotter-Anyone who has
and three the undemlgtied rlparia"owncra
>..0..0..0000.... i is best to be done and I am not a h d we* further sugg-sl that been in Atlanta New York or Bayard. '

afraid to undertake to see that tt greatest in. view of possible the fact public that\Improvement rhU is. the Raffles-Any thief who wears a are an asset, as they add greatly fo.

Dann & Dann is accomplished. that could be undertaken for the benefit collar. '
i of Kissimmee, that your honorable Gem-Personal ornaments worth

1'' Grocery Another thing, I have been prom- body cover make the a**Ap sufflrle.*nne *of t appropriationto investigating more than $1.75. the value of any farm. : .I

Company ised backing'enough to assist me to this proposition obtain correct. list ol Peril-A great word to use almost

the riparian owners Interested and of anywhere. It tones up the story.
materially change the aspect of a
-lor Breadwayoperates -- procuring preltmlnarv I I alternate plan
l i considerable area of this district, specification. and entlmnteM; of the construction 10-CENT: "CASCARETS" We sell good fence---American
. and rout of said proposedbulkheadinK I ,
and I hope soon to see a realization IF BILIOUS OR COSTIVEFor

the Cleanest Store of the plans now contemplated. (Signed.). ("IAr JOHN JOHNSON"&of. LEE 'Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, 'Fence---made _

E 'and SelU the Freshest Groceries Strangers who feel l like consult- KIHHIMMKH: : Mf.MUKU. fren Cly < . Sluggish Liver and Bowels-They Field heavy and strong J J'to
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'i' 11. ,:i..tt.Cllraon. Work While You Shsep.
of Any House in Kissiinme ,
ing me about taking charge of .
any J. M 'VIId.RIN. juHARUY .
of their properties. in this section H. Fl.":'"NO. Furred Tongue, Bad Taste Indiges, last. The prices'are very reasonrtl rtl

( ti... .. ; ... .... .... . W. 'THUHMAV. Von, Sallow Skin and Miserable Headaches -
e ./' or within a reasonable distance of KIKHIMMUE CIUH C))., .
By Harry' A. Munter. Vlu I' come from a torpid !liver and
Kissimmoe, are invited to do so. < motion '. able. We invite to
the above petltlo.i was clogged bowels, which cause 'your you call and see
'; I" .granted and an appropriation of ':500 stomach to become filled with undigested ,
.R-lc PARKER Those who have not yet sent Tne was agreed upon for, purpose as t '4i..
food, which sours and ferments
The
president appointed
fall particulars of any 'properties committee in charge: the C. A.following Carson - Tike garbage in a swill barrel. That's

!g, !DAIL OR they may wish to (sell .should- do so T. M., chairman' : J. M.C. K.I.....ro-vr. H...A.U. 'Hunter. the'first step to untold misery-indiigestioii '

,, at.one. On. Iu"er.1t'salaries of the various foul gases, bad breath, yellow . .
. ame akin mental fears .that is
as last year. -everything I.
+I. \'"x',11' DarlwgtebA.e. \ Addres There be In* no further business,"the horrible And nauseating.A'Cascaret( us.Osceola ,
Council 'fcdjouraed te meat In regular. '
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Mwtnn'' Tuesday. April 7tlv A,. I>. 111at. -. tonight' wjll give your.. constipated ; 1
: Co.
: ... bowels thorough cleansing and Hardware
Alf 7IOh Po. .
:W.LLaty= ,
'i : ; -:..-...; s' r
Cir F. Thrasher'i.:: :' : < ,. 'Mat oil .th. Jli4. straighten you out by morning., They ;
4 [ 'The councilo.aaU.d.aesslo.. .. work -while you; sleep-a'10-cent'bolc: .
' p y lbpment. of 'ltiodern led.l ; UI..II.. being. j.*neiit J :' Jlipaf'o; from your drpggtst win keep.you el- *, ,
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r# ; qltlrAL'wtRKF3t' a.Bzt.-.a.;; ,1 .I< .nt, /c'pwdls'E; -Ru.h. .1. hg good for-months." '.* -f .
; ', ,111,1'Pratbe9 lad"J.'It.O/livert'CIeIk;if ,, . .. .. . '
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'J] jdi HlBf. a. Specialty. . .....BOJt. .4S: .' -f .The retitrne of.th.;whlt man's .rfiha.rr I :Wealth'may screen rascality .and'depravity c' The, FaTOrtte; Store ofK; ssl N.. f'j. .;r
'. ,, J ., ;' (+ ,; ,,-fl' were r.celtsd-and the i n alnes Ateanhldap ,

7 "t:: -1.-. z..,n."L o fJ.'I"0e6;/' Kts.1lt .=.-'L.l-.fly",'1'1L r I :Ki... (.na" ,e'Ea.... : on: the offi:' nomlnatetl.drderni, ballot' to: ,.' M rotedTln: 'placfedicial ..jumping] bat toothache.It is power, : leas. ,te;to'stop.sJ'; _' ... . ,.' .t::' . .. __; : __ I, "'1'14. .. ;

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M\aCHzo'l,4". THE KISSIMMEE' VALLEY- GAZETTE. ; .. ", ,. '. ,' .- : e

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'. Proceedings of .theGovnty'Cowmisstoners ..
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KISSIMMEE 'LUMBER CO.: .. ......r-- "' DOiYOU : :sTAr4Trq.Frui. :

; :KI..ilcnm 0.: KA.! March J, riftll t :"

The Board 'of County Com ml loner. .. ;
.. of Oeceola county Florida; m.t'ln rev "

... ular emilon.. there being presentChalr. ., .. ._:. ... . ,
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: *-Roneh and Dressed >' - ::.. mare BJI ,Lis1e'ytIL 'V.fcL nlrt 'A.--f < :. : ." .- - Pasturer.

Bass Q. R. Ha".. \"V. F "'aJke'r. eOm* '::0' :"'" tf .

mUnloner and W.1.. :blears attorney : V g
for the board, and ,J. L O."r"t..t. w '

PINE LUMBER clerk Farming Grazing"Timber" "f/

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The minutes of the last regular meet- ,
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Infr: v.>f the boned" Was r.ad and approved .
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Air. C*. KTohiiHoti and H J Triple\ Trucking ''I '- ." h ;
/111"11 of the OMIO> Journal and ,
I. HOSE BILLS A SPECIALTY: .1 \"aU.lIaIt.. *tt.., appeared bef Hilh<* i;
C) board In the interest if their r..p..c.tl" .
.. paper, en.ll contending for the -
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I. "* printing of the. lliifiufnl > tax lint for '

11111 11111 11111 Iii 11111 11111 11111 II Jill 11111 11111 I' the present year. name being, passed to : LANDS '
the noon sesMltmMr : /
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A E. Hroujflit came befor; theboard ."
; I and Insisted t upon knowing 'f - ... 4 4I
the road' or atreet. leading Mouth Trim v

CARBON'AR- tiIERI : : the Gardens 4M > was road a and public through road whereupon Kt Blmrto>t I Have Them for Sale in Any Size BOdy..' .

Mr.,., It. H. LtUdlam. county engineer .
I INt3VRANCE:: : Mtatt that there wa no record showing ,
that It wan Mr Drought alao mtillorifrt ". From Ten Acres to One Hundred
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the proponed Kl ntmm/ re8t l .
Successor to the Dozier Leitner Agency Cloud road and mated that the peopleof .
HI Cloud would be glad I to a.*lat N .

State Bank Building la that. the the building commi.Blonrii uf same takethe, and Insisted rnattt Thousand Acres. ]1. i f'

r' up aa noon an practical

Mr' fhaa Neld carne before the board A Letter Addressed to Me WflT Bring .
'- .. and agreed. to Hncure a right of -wav ,a .
if the board would openup a public

C.NL CARSON, President. N. C. BRYAN Secretary. road runnltisc north SMITH being. an ex- Full and Terms
county t'II..loli t line of .Mecmuda whereupon venue the to board the Description of Sale.. -

agreed that an soon aa the right of WRY
The Waters & Carson wan secured to open the road as fur .
north ita Mr Ntld plait*

I Mr' Wnlter IVarco tunic before the '
board and aakud for a franvhtee for a G.McKAY' ',
ferrv across Kln8lmme river Upon -
motion;, duly .eronJ, Grocery CompanyWholesale ,ln*.4ru<"ted to send the clerk a dencrtptton -
of his land on either side of the
river The matter wan then referred "
to the attorney fur the* board KISSIMMEE
FLORIDA
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The board Instructed the road. supervisor '
ti.t' Ash ton. to move the < OUMt I
\ ititctn down to the KtMHlmini
and Retail Dealer in Melbourne road. and begin to open up
the right of wa)' wild convicts to biwoiked .-. -- -- - -. : rt
Ml K U Urltt
tinder and auditor ___.________ 60.00 ...
Mr It. H Garrett ram lief ore the \'. salary.
(1 \ Aahton road supervisor -
G'ROC.EiRIES Ixmrd and staled that the A. i1 I. .sid ..- . ____.. ____._... 76.00I.
I thick at Campbell titatloii WAS on the I. It "Karmsr salary. captain of -, 4
.trip. of land that he r..nlly deededto guards ______.. __ ______ .__ 90.00II -
tin county roe public road right' of J. OCJulnn. payment of paint-
,r way, and It appearing: that the railroad. Inn court house __.___ _______ 60 00K Announcement r
0000000000004000 ; 4 + 00 0444 . .4444. . company has. no deed' to the land In U. Hrltt, salary, guard60.00: .
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4 0 qu..lloll.110""oey \\ J. Scars was Instructed J, U Britt salary, guard_. h" SB.OO
0 to take the matter up with
C 1) 36.00
salary
guard-----
0 WE SELL: WE BUYi Mr Haley. uprvlsor n+- h- -*\. -c --1: Arthur warren. salary guard35.00
.HAY, o 4 H It.. with H view of making. a. satis J. I. Overstreet, release fee paid Having purchased the Garage and'Equipment or S.: B. Autt- ==
farturchange In the pn mines Tobe Smith '__.._.__ 10.00
+ HIDES, Tht board took a recess. until 2pm Vernon Tompklna one day aaRuasrll man. known a* the Kisiimraee Auto Company we wish to an-
0 GRAIN o 4 The board mt again at 2 p. moo all Cole ____________ 10.26
will endeavor
+ FURS being present as of the mornlnK n.s- T M. !Murphy insanity cast nounce that we to give Every Customer full value
slon. except H V. LanierMach guard 1.36Freemon for dollar' work business
. O ---------------I every or given useWe
0 FERTILIZERS Hros bill for auto hire on good Stokes, i-Ia-w rk '
4 WOOL, 4 roads trip was taken UP. and after dlseusHltiMT at poor farm ___ 3300 ,
4 SHINGLES. 0 0 I same thoroughly the board refereed John Davis superintendent? poqr hope to make of it Garage Headquarter for all Automobile f
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the matter to Chairman E. I farm ______ 6000
Accessories and solicit your '
4
patronage.
O a ealey for settlementA C. I- Bandy tax collector coro- t'
+ ORANGE BOXES, 4 AND letter from Mr. T. U. Humphreywan missions __ _- si,4Vf '
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4 read by the clerk In which hn ft Uro Co. 200 Iba We believe that a satisfied customer i i. our cheapest medium f }
asked the board to allow him a pistol h leC..lf__ _: _ ill.00
-- of advertising and ask
+ ORANGE WRAPS, 4 ALL bond, on the "around, that he was a ec- Alex Hussions, -drayage _-_. I 60 we you to give us a trial
4 tlon foreman and needed a gun W'r hisproteotlon G.V.. Aahton. road pay roll____ 11600Oaceola .
o ; whf.Veupon the boardairrped Hardwafd Co.. aupplela
COUNTRY
VEGETABLE! CRATES .
to grant same and the clerk to house _ 776L Osceola Automobile Company
4. 4 waft Instructed to write Mr Humphreyto R cF".rtm freight- 6.88 t.
(* CRATE NAILS PRODUCE. that effect.The . Snow & Bryan groceries to road .

o regarding reaolutlona Hon.V.passed. J, Sears b\ the was board readIn Everglades-Cypress L -Co--.. -I lum.: 810.16 J. F. CyBerry: Pr.pr. L G. Ba-j .-, MJ!. h"'
000000000000400 . 40 ..444 .4 4 .. ...... open board and same ordered filed her _*. 171 *
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.L with the prooeedlnira of said board Oaceola Hdw Co, road supplies 11602:
1, Mr. Edwin Hwabv came before the W. U. Maklnson Co, road supplies. 62.60
We sell field and garden seeds of all (kinds board and stated. that he was not prepared E.! L. Lesley. paid J. K King saFullondBag ..\ .
to make a report of the exhibitof ___._ 1269 .c ,
We give special atteatioa U fitting oat hunting and camping partita. Oiiceola county at the Orange county Cotton Mills, road -t
4* Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. I fair. but that aa soon as he had It supplies _.__ 141,OSB
W. are coaaty agent* fed good fartUisera. Ask as f.r drcmlars and ready that he would turn same over to L. Lupfer county treasurer.cummtsalona . '
Chairman K L- evley -_- 41.OSKUalmmev Choice of 5 Tourist Trains
prices ok fertilisers. Upon motion duly avcooded. the Wam Works. re- ) ;
board raised the salary of Mr. J, KHanii. pal ra on county waffoA 1276 .
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Janitor of the court house, to W, & W, Gro Co.. mul. feed-.- 20 .67D .; "North'and .
IfiO.00. I>. MlkeselL road scrape- 6.60LJlllan Northwest: ,
Mr. Ovo. F. Krlbbs, attorney for Fred 1>. Minx: witness J. V .
Hoberson. presented a petition to the court _--__-_-.._.-...-..... 60 J
board In which he naked that the board In'J. P. court e'c4
A It Wits witness
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611 '
recommend to the comptroller the re* Emil-Mach, witness la J: P. court .:: "Dixie flyer" 'Seminole Limited"Dixie : ; ::
demotion of lot otsection 025-11; J, W. Tlner, witness In J P. court .60 1 ,,, ; :
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clerk' fee ,
at $26 and
of Narcoo-see H. D. Oelgersalary and four con t
upon th. grounds that said lot was not fictions *?, '....-_-..'__.' II.... Limited"" "South Atlantic Limited'" :, .
Florida RQ111 Improved at the date of the tax sale.but'was State Bank of 'u.u.Ktsslmmefl, frelvhl .:.
: asaeftsed. at.$UO against I 'otherlota .> .paid for county ',__:...-._.._--_ 111.5J. ,' .: ." '-r ,
of equal value at from 910 to $10/ W. Thompson coffin tor., super IOU "Montgomery Route' "
whereupon the clerk waa. Instructed to O. N. Combs, guardian con+lct.._ f.73Klaslmmre ,
'; write the comptroller and ask fqr the Water A Light plant o "
redemption of same a* per the petition tights month February _______ 1791 1 Via - -;-- -- - ?
andInvestments Upon motion dulseconded. the Robert Tlner ..u..rdlllconvict.. 11:6 : ,
printing of,, the delinquent tax fist wa.award..d .' county
J. J. Iann repairs on, '

(J Chairman to the 1':. Irule Valley Qaxette\. read a l.itt .r ToVn Wagon Bailey' shaving- convlrta- 5 8011Klsalmme .S5 Atlantic] Coast Line

from Mr. the comnvlkaluiiurs could have the Oset ola Journal blanks for county -
sawdust from his saw mill to repairthe judge and printing financial
count road same Icing accepted r-oort __ 8.60H l3
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mid the letter ordered' fllcdlTpon Johnvon. itch to road gang_ _ 21 11 I 4 Standard Railroad of the '
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seconded theclerk South
motion duly
\ liars. & hues. meat to mad gang 15 7V I ;
was 1 nut. rue ted to transfer. from L, II IhI J ram groceries sold toimint)7 .
the tin> and forfeiture fund $1,868 C3 _. '>'. b6(
and one-half to the) road. fund Hull, rl liuHB. hornand' wagon '. i Pullman! cars Jacksonville to Chicago-St.--Louis, 'Cincinnati.
We have splendid tract or land containing seven acres Mr I" ,u'd TlHon ame l before _ 12.i.0 '
>
Intel. .st of Cud ..(' dale I , Louisville Ir dianapolis, Cleveland, Grand Rapids and intermediate ' 3,
fronting Rolfe street overlooking the town pf Kissimmee with beautiful -'board In th t Mat It Joie I n ,1'/0./ and wagon 1*>
east on w h.*rt'u pon Mr "I""n I was Ih"l I ilavn , __, 'r -5 00 I points. ,
( view of the town all in cultivation was planted to velvet beans last year that the board would |1,1$6 per H O "Kluilold Oo supplies to DINING AND =
OBSERVATION
( .
,10 the support of said pauper.Two ,. __ . 6.-*4Ih. CARS
is II.t \
This i tt' K .u
and is in fine shape for putting out grove of citrus frutis. property just p*.titicjtiH for a voting precinct. ., .llfflnR BroB- Co. 576 (1 Ftr.el. I For tickets and information call Atlantic Coast J..ine.tieket n y{
outside of limits where taxes are very low where a prosperous home can waR taken up and after dl..u..lnlIn.. .-. ____ _. ._ __ 40253 on .. + !,
city next meeting of theh
was x>asked until H. V agents, or '
Hrtia drayage: on \
be tlad, with advantage of graduating children in high school! and UfeiT have ....rdThe I Much trueItueeell. 1 * J. Z. KIRKLAND oJ Division L
Passenger '
bill of A. Cole for three pen- rodmiin S6 (JSpn Agent,
Stafford IS days t
Terms if desired. ..
them home every night Price. $1,500. nantfl wan taken up and after discusalon ('i-r 1 (Hun. 11 days rod man 22 U'R < I Tampa, Fla. _. NYi
b the board wan ordered paid .. .
>
H Uudlam, SO days Bounty en = -
bill th..rltT I. H for
The ot Inyram 1ftO.0 --
glneer --------------------
Same has fifty about quarter mile from city limits. One-half holding: Inquest upon the body of neirro I l.iinnl Bass- 7 dais rodman__ 1 4.OOt ... . .
party acres that was. killed at Whittler was takenup ,*. 1'iteraon. release f....... 3 .JUUaceola
o!-this land is good citrus fruit land balance good farming nad trucking land, .111"1'.11011.and same paHMt. .d for further c'on. 'halm County Telegraph. CO.one Yt Yr a'i tJ1 Yt YiY YI Yr Yt Yt Yi x $Yt Yt Y v Ui '

with a little low land on corner of land with good water. This will make a Mr C L.. ltandtax. collector camebefore I farm month____ phone. __ -rent-. -- --poor- -11/0< ..

sglendid combination farm with city advantages and yet enjoy the freedomo for the closing board t he and lax asked books that be fXH thetime (1V. AaHtori DKSSI'nger- pay costs roll 2(1 1100( BO / RARE CHANCE IN SUBURBAN HOME- 3 i j
court
fcountry life. Price $50 per 'acre on terms. Ako) ten acres of land in clerk' d'a ,I true' dabs*ted Whereupon to write the the I (t.lt.', ,A. Inaram Cole! three county ppnnantfl- 3 OOW A* other interests prevent my living there. I offer lor sale. .my t

Pindale, less than a half mile from city hmitse.; good land for grove purposes. comptroller for the extension i board J. Sears'....telegram_ __ .u_for_ _.. .the__ Sri place on Fish Lake four and a half miles from russimmee and equi ,'
Land unimproved Owned by a widow who desires to sell. Mr H H Ijti din. m. county ..11'Jt11l..r.1 \\mteinlInlonTel. (,'0. telegram distant from St Cloud. '
two tracts are flied the plat of th..ange of the sur I the hoard to C. Co __ ___ 75 y
Last tract is worth $750. Desirable terms of payment can be arranged on all veIn the Ktn lmmee--ljou fhmnn road R.ud for fund transfer from-1"- & ..' This property comprises over 20 acres of good land and has ,
road In theM
and of I the
al.o'a pint pew 1.86K*t ( 63 '
these lands and their quality and location indeed very fine. .II Jn ladM r"nd..-Kay. maintenance allowed1 600 660 feet on the lake front 'Excellent, fishing. l
Notary of H. W. Barnett. with .___, . 1.OO
Und
Horn Thomas ..n".Jl./ I II Jeffords as Fred I'arkH. release maintenance free The is half fruit and balance muck. Has house almost fCI'I

We also have a very fine tract of land containing 600 acres, located closeto sureties also notary. wan bond examined of Joseph- and J. Hall approved with Mrs allowed J. M Ktewart___ ___.- '" 1200 new. story and a half 30x30 ft. Has water in the house,, two well..*, ;,

good school and church; 500 acres splendid prairie land covered with anwcellent the Fidelity .& epontt .company ofMaryland I_gang II. Ingram feed---bill--.-of- --road.--- fig.00 (one of these is flowing) of fine artesian. 'water.good out-buildinCa7. f

growth of grass; cattle do not require any feed on this pasture except Pension an claims surety were examined and U H. Inirram""feed__ _ ___bill_-__of._-prisoners _-_-- 21.S0 barns and chicken spa .' '

the natural grads; front on a prtty lake; fericd hog-tight into two pastures. 'approved h Kuban aa follow, Mrs: Mrs Margaret Mary Klta&tt Ann- Paid warrants n were ordered follows cancelidfiom : County road and A. C. L. Railroad run through south tad of lot ; & 't

One hundreds acres of orange 'land, no improvement except a four-room tureen Yaten James J. TadKutt O..n..ralr.vr"ue, the various funds'n'. as.. __ .. 717.15 with station adjoining. Telephone service wilt Kissimmee and St. :

house well and stables. A fine combination stock and grain farm with grove Notary and Berry bond Sullivan of H M Breaker with Itottd fund . _ __ _._-_-,-,- 1.284.84 48a.81 Cloud. Title to property perfect Price very reasonable and terms' 'I

lands and can be had at a great bargain. Will introduce buyer to owner Maryl&nd the Fldpltly. as surety A [>r posit was examined company. 'and of Finetreasurers. report lend allowed. March 1st.Oeneral the. given if desired. Apply to J. W. Prentis Box 196.'Kissimmee Fla ,; '
hal n. iB on r
following
with whom can deal direct.. We have many other good propositions, and approved Ult: 37t1

solicit correspondence.you examined Sheriff n and feed approved bill of prisoners also .teed wan bill School fund re\enue' -- .----- .I K14..41 85 .!YitfiJttJ>t'fitfititfi'.fi'.fiYtYitfiYLtliYt! ! !; .! !Ii !xxxX! :. $
road
of county gang forfeiture t.na.IS ,
and
The treasurer report to,th1 state Fine .
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Hoad. fund .-- .. JJJ JJ
auditor was examined and approvedThe
clerk's semi-annual report of trw 8 8 D. No. 1-------- ..- - 1.311.11H. 45 -- .---. _---- k

LEON REALTY CO. proved county finances. examined and ap I H. H N 11.l D No No.2.1__ __ ...o. 1\llIa,7'-143 JW4 4V 1-. ,., %
UNo. 4----------- 'lM
The following bills were examined I H.8. No. 6 _ 28.71
Ref : H. H 1) --
approved and warrants ordered drawn lI.hl i
10. L. esley. commissioner one H. 8 l>. No 6 I THE H. G. SIEVER

State Bank Kissijnmee>< Fla. day ..-_ .. .__ '__,h' "$ 40* Total .--___ __ _-- -- .-. __--tsnl.1I-
R. V. Lanier commissioner one \
) and mileage, _.__ .__ ___- 600 Tax collector report showed collected.the

\I'\'day daJ' .ml Bass eagre' commissioner_ .. I.._ .one COO 110 following Tax; auto collector:license Oenecal collected poll: license tax report$1", showed -- REALTY ,COMPANYNOT .1.1I
I 10. R. Basa. commissioner one ?
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day and mileage_____-__n' 11 00 There lll collected being no further. business b.- IN THE TRUST{, ...--- .
J. L. Oyer.lr.fre"rht oa or- I I ;
\ for adjournment -
anjre trees for poor farm_.... 990 for too was board mad ,motion.--<.uly seconded_ 10,000 acre Stock Fam, a bargain if taW at.tef ;
< W F. Walker commissioner one ;
i I" ____._ ____ whereupon the board adjourned to meetagain : .
day and mileage __ 1 0 00 meeting April l&Mpwacra.i.. .1. .ji" ,t- ..tPrairis -
regular .
(You should,read:regularly ....,, W. J the Bears board salary_at_._attorneyfer ___ -0,14 6th. A.at D their nit Las, Oraaga. Ames tfigh Ha.a ack Lade, :TMUf"Ltmto .....&,: t'
-- J. E. Bass, JanJtor-. ..0.00'J' E. L. LESLEY Chairman ; -
i M. !Murphy salary county :Attest: J, t. OVBRHTRBET., at Afl Prkas amsl aa Eajy Tars .t fir
juc. __ 2.500 ClerkREGISTRATION i
T. 14V Muilphr.'salaiy. -Judg. of t 2,000 acres SUck Ra-k will excU. : e.,4,
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The' Gazette Juvenll court _. ..*._____ 1250 : 1 "_" ,
Valley to; H. Initram car of Jail-1. 12.68Henry NOTICED- ., fer. j tea) estate ,-, .5.. r,. ..,., ... .
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eulllvan maintenance allowed ,
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1 Frank Evans,-_,,*:-maintenance._--.- 560 1 Notice U. bereb-;given that the regUtntlon - Orange GrovesaU8izesd";: prices'1" :

.. Leo books for.-O,eeol county ,
'"Floridan Greatest Weekly( Newpaper" J..se':' trdte'ift. : -*. allowed *- -* will IMr opened at wjr' tor. to'-Kl..iin- .,n n ar p' \'Vt.' .ra2 .,..r...ira. irt* Virt, stood 0 c'y1nr
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'STOMACH( ; ALL EYES : suits in better finish,tat cattle' and FLORIDA '

SUFFERERS ,. greater hays profits-as per alfalfa heaUfw, cowpea The.,legniTninouii J lespedeza -- I N' LOUISVILLE&NASHVILLE, ( 'L- M it itI
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r I red. clover, and vetch, and L.L & &
e r Stomach the corir-etover and oat straw are I .. JTHA: _: 1 ,
;Mayr'a. Wonderful Remedy r TURNED TO I good rough feeds to use- in conjunction . I, .. -,
t Is Recommended and Praised by with silage. I OFFERS SUPERIOR SERVICE TQ

Thousands Who Have The Shorthorn, Aberdeen-Angus, }
Been Restored Herefordr -Rd-- Polledand -Devon - 't'J'SClNNATItm A.co 'STY'LOUISLOUISVILLE-
breeds of cattle all do well in the : I CLEVELAND' DETROIT
.0. fr INDIANAPOLIS
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T "waji
men
11.
A: THE SOUTH
bout th r.. ni'.nili". .south. The Shorthorn does well on 1 TOLEDO GRAND RAPIDS PITTSBURGH BUFFALO
eauvl from (.all !Sinn' all lands where the pastures are good
pf the l.ivci and ant I 'I 1n J Jby
and feed is plentifu'lhe: cove usually -
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three, ol mart 'n
a iihyairnniM w Ilial jrjurat I prove to be very gobd milkers SOUTH! ATLANTIC:. LIMITED MONTGOMERY ROUTE _'
would have t" ..nl,,nni '. I giving milk enough for the calf -.andsupply Lv. Jacksonville 8l.r: pm : n
--- - -- Lv. Jacksonville ___ _
an Out operation hta, i "f ,t'::,",'g<%t V.m.kilul r J:'i): I As Coming Callle Section 'to the.. home as well. The re- Ar. Knoxville p- -- -._ .I2OOn'n: Ar. Montgomery ___uu u_ __ 8:05pm 8COam :.
1 'ilnmaib' M'moK an I I'I I'suit of the good milking qualities of I Ar. Lexington! - -- :45pm( :: ?t r. Birmingham _____ ___12:10: n'n tAr
{ rr.cued l a full tt< nimr, t i The1'! ('OW"-'ill usually a good growthycalf. Cincinnati _. R.:,tOpm "
Ar. Nashville _ ______ 7:40 pm"I
,' tdlrerunna .u h
and took l a.cMMhuic The Herefords and Angus Ar. Cleveland) . 7:15: am
are
.of'United _ _
.1 l 'I Slates : Ar. Evansville 1:35am
hundreds .a.f ii<;..1SI\pax .m I good! grazers and will do well under Ar. Detroit-_ __ _ 1T; : 7:45:: am Ar. St. Louis ___h__u_u7:40am ,;y"
Y Since taking ,nor. mid l.rme range conditions", as well as on the Ar. Grand! Rapids ._ ;_ .45pm: i iAr. I Ar. Chicago _ _____ _ 9:88am "
n I nurk rr.uU.U 1 .n.l,, ,, .small'farm. The Hereford stands I I Louisville u . .... !JOOpm: 4.
don't.: feel, any to <1I II.-edict mynrndr.' I.m. 1 think|pnlalneI r tt'np i ITS '(iI'O(.UAJ>HICAI. LOCATION I I ahead of all breeds as a range animal SAYS I Ar. Indianapolis ------ 7:00am: DIXIE FLYER s
worthy JI..m..dt. D. I- 00- but the Angus have the Ar. Chicago 7:10amDIXIE : !
: big j.raiae. I ----- -----
.he.l:: CLIMATIC CONDITIONS: advan-I HAS I
AND:
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Itage
'n lay Koooohr V !: over all breeds in the LIMITED Lv. Jacksonville _ 8:25pm
t Suff>.... of Sinmafti.! liver .n.l Ioiruin! ARE SUCH AS TO ]MAKE I> hhu
Ailment are not a ked< tco t.ke Myr'. ;I as they finish out very smoothly, are )Fastest Train to the Went. Ar. Atlanta _uuuu :
<, Woodfrful Hlomorli B*...., far -rk. and /I INIirSTRV 1 PROFIT- I high in quality and kill out a high I Lv. Jacksonville __ ___ !9:35am: Ar. Chattanooga ________12:00 ;
t Bontha before which thcr should feel make tene6ted. feel Juw brttri try | \UI.K.WMihingto'i :. per centage of marketable meat. The Ar. St. Louis u_ __ ___._ 2:05: pm Arr-Evansville uhu __ 9:48pm
doae
one 1 you I Devon re slower of growth than the __ __ ____ __
in health' convince you that J ou will soon Ar. Chicago u u - (i:50pm: Ar. Chicago -u 6:50am
t fee well: and' atrnnc )tree vou from pant: anilmfferinn I other breeds, but are great rustlers I ;;
and Hive you a ., und and hralthy ), I II. C., March' 17.Thegeographlttl I and fatten on pastures whtchre so 1
*e' Stomach, a* it has.done. in '........no1.will of othrrTaxrii. I liTl-ation and the climatic thin "that 'some of the beef breeds ( Special ) I South Atlantic Limited is solid through train, with",-dining can,

nothinn Nbetever but the ki.hrt n taktn rra....you C .'-aak him about the great. results it I make it a good section for cattle- led is a dual purpose breed which life who "amP Indianapolis daily and to Grand Rapid! Mondays and Thurs

Vnow has .Bern or accomplifthinR send tn Geo. II.in run Iolan.of Mf nconle". t'hrm hr raising The soils are so varied that ]i tanks next.to the milking strain of every i )' "

tat, I5< I H6 Whitm St Thicairo. 111. for a what may "(' -said in a general way Shorthorns in the production of milk I ditionaf Dixie Limited and Dixie Flyer solid through trains to Chicago
f frrr hook on Stomach Ailments. and many I will not hold true for all places or_ and beef. They are not as well than are ,
grateful letters from people who have been coaches, dining cars, drawing room compartment and observation
sections 1f this large area. They l i iI known, nor as popular as the Short- Florida. :
rmtored. I ;sleeper] through\ to St. Louis on Dixie Limited over five honrs*
I vary to heavy day, or > horn, but have done well wherever Fletcher -
For Sae! In KlKHimmoc Hy to the 1hlitcTprmne soils, or the stiff1' tried in the south. Any of the breeds I and only one night out.

: --, -" ..- J. Z. ROBERSONAnd ; |poatriaR l AH a rule the stiffer the : cross well with the native cattle, and ways Montgomery Route has sleepers] through to St. Louis daily, and connecting -
Everywhere. I soil and l the greater the content of can he l used' advantageously in l>I'eC'II-1 National ]! | sleepers to Chicago.ELECTRIC .
DrugclHtu
lime in the soils the more nutritious ing up the scrub /herds. gross. ) ) '' ,
:
t - -- -- -- --
yti.E j the graiu.es are, and the greater u is | By the eradication1 the cattle an -
I the variety of doverhhlrh.). will t tick, the use of good pure-bred beef I ,' LIGHTED TRAINS, WITH THROUGH SLEEPERS AND
i grow bulls, the improvement of the pasture and his !: TIME.
DINING ('AA$. FAST ROCK BALLAST.NO .
' SINGERSEWINGMACHINE The rutlmont seetiot'lff"Vugnua, lands, and a closer study of the cattle I needs of .
AGENCY West Virginia, w'stel'n1orth! Carolinu1'cruresaee II business the south will develop] into a I Ijrl'at of .. ] DUST OR DIRT.
and northern Alabama' cattle raising section, and should mental in
For )',reservations information ask the tiekc-rit agent or address:
r 26 BROADWAY IK a fine grazing (country and thou- contribute largely) to the supply of I ] C. BRETNEY, Florida Passenger, / Agent) L. & N. R. R., 134 Bay St..
meat in the next two decades. In no county. .
{ wands nf good beef cattle are found I I (' \' 11-8t
Ihere. The Shorthorn i is more popular case should high-priced high-bred "Our
I DANIEL KELLEY, Agent than any other breed in this .region, 'i stock be brought from tick-free territory said the
and. they do exceedingly wtf The I until the farm upon which they inside
1 >" are to be kept Has been rid of ticks. the Rio .
blue i
f grazing plants are chiefly )grass, I Ii -- --
+ a 000000040404.044P4LEWIS | white (clover red clover, red top and possible ;
I orchard grass. The cattle fatten very but, -

O'BRYANATTORNEY I rapidly during the grazing sea..on and I Ii A SPECIAL whole '
i I raise I'x'ell'nt'IIveH.] Most of this I ,- IDEAL FERTILIZERSBest
II region is fife of ticks and the losses. t over the "
AT LAWSPECIALIZING i from death are relatively. .small.. in this,

The black] prairie section of Alabama extend
IN 1 Mississippi and Texan, and 1 the GOOD ROADS sippi ]
,
y I delta Jands of Mississippi and Louisiana i- i to the

ABSTRACTAND are extremely favorableections across
| for raising and finishing beef cattle.Experiments ]lantic

. .t : conducted by the bureau lantic Because of and right combinations.
right sources right proportions, -
BOOKLETIssued
TITLE WORKSTATE 'I of animal industry and the Alabama'; : waterway
Kx: pel i merit station show that cattle .: "A .
i BANK BLDGCHICHESTER when kept free of tlw cattle tick can by the
Ibe' raised at a cost of three to fourI I II inland
000440404004464 I ('I'nls.n pound. This cost includes the I II II I Sound, on ,

I I keep of the cows for one year charges I The American insula of ,
By '
for pasture and all feeds. fonxuineiH''' ,! The CheapestBecause

;; t; S PILLS |'I at value market of the prices herd. ,, depreciation and 6 per cent in the in- I I eration pus ,

A' C NI.BKAI,..I .fc tercst on the money invested. The | Highway AssociationSHOW'S I II II harbor of our large tonnage there is economy .in. buying manufacturing -
:::: t.l;::.:=1.eaaa-- O 1 principal native grasses which are in- j II I sections

,,l fill..*..Im m K..d 4 Ml sod* W Blue..lho. neralk RUfeo digvneous to these soils. arc Bermuda, I II' I i Rio and selling, and our customers get the benefit.

'd i.!' Th. ... tk Aikf....
t M .TMn Is.AlaNe11aAN11 know MUMt,Sa/_..Li.,lLIJV! .?...ar.....,.... I' lotus; but red clover, alsike clover, I UNITED STATES? HAVE OUTSTANDING I is "In already/
bur clover and white clover read-
I grow
QUID BT DRUGGISTS( EVERYWHERE ily when planted in the pastures, and HIGHWAY BONDS I to the '': Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer/
the grazing"season i can be extended I AGGREGATING QUARTER in I

6l OOOOOOOOOOOO.OOO OOOI greatly by their use. Alfalfa, soybeans ) BILLION:. I L mentau ;
cowpeas, corn, sorghum!: and i DOLLARS. makes! V'I Jacksonville, Florida
M. TILLER other forage crops do well on these I and !
"The
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lands and produce an abundance of I ''
Real fstate? roughage and hays for wintering and. ,..Washington. D. C., March 16,- Sound to Local Agents, : Waters & Carson Grocery Co. I''
.:, gency._ fattening the 'cattle. The red clay Enormous development of the financial -

l 1 ................................ soiL_jucp4upB" for very similar to side of the: road movement shownin are pra .
'I" those mentioned the prairie soils the fact that'1,230'counties in theUnited present ., 0'
Realty bought and soldi. There are great areas of "cut- States now have outstanding for the : .
v'' Houses rented. over'' lands in the south that rangein Lighway-I) nds aggregating quarter I I ;
.t price from $2 to $10 per acre, of a billidn' dollars, according to the (3,000,000;
.4 TaxespaitlancLTitles.yer-> which .....uM -l -used for,-beef produc, Official-"Good RoadsYear Book for I bay to
?hlI ified for nonresidents.Fire tion. The soil of such lands in usually ,1914, which is to be issued by the'' $330,338,

Life and.Accident. In- Bandy or noHtoak, neither o( whichare : American Highway) association in of the
.4.' surance. as good for grazing us the prairieor i Washington early in March. |I feet, '

f '. Indemnity Bond I delta lands but which would furnish The fact that the counties mentipn-|II I Cho six (feet.
II
I Rood grazing if a little care wastaktt1 I'd have bonded themselves to the extent I
in jetting) pasture plants utaft- I of a quarter of a billion dollars I I "Five ,

; I ed. On these soils carpet grapH, Jierrnudu in order to improve and maintain. across I
-- ---- --- lespedeza, white clever, red top, their roads is only one of the urpris- ored by
pa spa Kim dtlatatum, and bur cloverdo iiifT developments] of the road movement John's t
U.8ULLOCKi{ exceedingly well. The carpet grass as shown by the latest year ', a '
w S. furnishes abundant grazing on thesandy i l 11/>ok.> A stupendous new business is thence up aIS
lands, while the Bermuda do..shett..r I shown to have grown up in the Unit-i thence to .
!i
l/i
a f on the soils. which are a little j cd States as a result of the road boom ,i: out to the

REAL ESTATE I stiff. The paspalum, white clover. 1, a iinsiness employing more than one II j I j I there is BAKED HAM You May Have the Eggs
:. and red top do well + and if some limo is present alsike' sion of the roads, in addition !,I been made I Sonic. the hum. over. night In 1hinornlnK .
INSURANCEExamination } clover will furnish fine 'grazing.; The increase in banking business, due to'!': vision I put In Hio ki.'t titwith nix BUT NOT THE HAM,
the rink I on, out- (carrot sixInv, H, nt x
foundation of all pastures on sandy or handling bonds increases in the road IK-p pertoriiB
,
I I
/ nilbuy leaf and cold will tncoo".r
The i r
of Titles a andy loam lands should be carpet machineryand materials and the I with depth KImiovr two hwuru. riunuiu.. lhHklii. .. BETTER COME EARLY
grass Bermuda and lespedeza. The other by-products of the boom. Not a pinrt on racks in the Unking' pan.
I I locks also hail* oft<-i with of ctdt
variety of forage which be has there been tremendous one cup r andtrit
crops may and
merely a whole to I cup of Water In which the ham IHholltM
Specialty. raised on this type of soils is large I saving in the wear and tear on horses ). Hake from two to three hour 4
and it is an easy matter to grow alt and in the prevention of waste on the the canal I when donit lr one tnblcHpoon of AVOW THE JAM !
,I Corresoondence Solicited. the hays, silage crops and forage: nec- farm due to the.lnability to get to the morer I and be tar brown ham sugar and In brown.two of Serve elder hot rub with OV,T

r essary for feeding the stock which shipping points over poor roads, but ) J liquor from the pan afralin and OUR HAMS ARE CHOICE
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may be kept on the farm. there has been an actual increase in come a '| ,'d. /

One of the greatest drawbacks to prosperity fas a result of the need for "There -
the cattle of the south has the St.
industry work and materials on the construction I
been the presence of the cattle tick of new roads and the improvements of Coast which Baas & Baas, Telephone 44,' No. 117 Broadway,
C.W.GRIFFINStaple that transmits Texas fever, which I of old ones.
kills many of the cattle and stunts I Progress reports from every state I Tolls are
\ others in The tick is : few days
tf: growth. rapidly highway department comprise a chap- olution -- -- ---
and FancyGROCERIES being) eradicated, and it is only a ter in the new year book which shows
fc question of time until pie south i is thatonly eight states have failed to look into
freed of this pest. I establish highway departments whilein I
I : The native cattle of the south are several of. the states notably New way, w s
and be .J
cold-blooded scrubs carrying a variable York}:, Illinois, Iowa and New Mexico, It will a r ..
\ percentage of Jersey blood. the tendency towards centralization
are small)) in size and inferior in quail has progressed so far that practically al means .-
Free Delivery to all Parts ity, but they have stamina and the all the work of road improvement coast, both INSTOCK
w and it tft
cows produce good calves when bredto in being done under state supervision.The .
of tbe City; a beef bull. Some of these cows / year book, which is a complete pleasure -
of which
r.4 ., weighing not over 600 pounds have inventory of road statistics and other r"I.ANERS
given birth to half-breed calves which necessary data, sets forth that ap- Florida, RFSAW8: STEAM Jl'1CFDI: !!
have developed into 500 to 600-pound I proximately twenty thousand miles of "The MATCHERS SELF FKEb HIP
- animals at twelve to thirteen months toads have been constructed understate struction TOWER KDGF.RS TRIMMERS!!
of age. They usually weigh about 800 I supervision in the past year. the chief I I'KRKIN8' lIIINGLE MACHINERY
r.*rr & RIEOEL to 850 pounds at two years of age y I I favorably ENGINES, up to 4e b. SAWMILLaBOILERS.
ECGERSGLUESS from w
when raised under average southern SOUR, ACID STOMACHS, .( to 40 Y. 1.1.\ ad 11..7'
farm conditions. The half-breed rnlvesdo GASES OR INDIGESTION J i'of I John's SAWDUaT CON\'E\'OHS .AlI' VAX\ ICYQRMGA.OLINE
n COMPETENT CARPENTERS not fatten out as well as calves ofa I ENGINE STEAM KKKOH
of twelve
higher grade but if to-
f2 C ndCABINET permitted Each Tape's Diapepsin" Digests 8,000 I to LATH MILLS STAVE MILLS
grow unlit; tw- ',< 'Lri'e! yenrof age Grains Food, Ending All Stomach
MAKERS they finish out as very good beef animals. Misery in Five Minutes.' ; south of DIIlTON 8"'S
d Th half-hreed heifvus when feet, to be SAW BITS for all makee of law.IHAII'TINO .
w'..ver > First-Class UpholsU er Employed. bred. to beef bulls' usually prxU--e excellent Time Itl I In five minutes all stomach "A IOULLFJY8 HOXEs t

'', We Are IT In Our Dualne a. .. calves.: distress wil" go. No indigestion I Norfolk BELTING 4 .;...._..il.r to ..... ,
N'o tn-tion of the country: can raise heartburn, sourness, or belching of< shortened LOG CHAINS CANT ;IIOOKS TONGS I
WORK WELL DONE cattle ae! cheaply as the south, and the gas, ado1, gr eructation of undigested ent bill EVERYTHING FOR TILE' .
BKAPOlNArt' nutty jnnd. p.ICfot: / feeds arc suxhthat food, no dizziness, bloating, foul the SAWMILL '
.; CHARGES the animals can be economically: breath or headache. tPape's Delaware Write for I
r 'f 4 PHONE 216. finished for tfie market. The forag Dia pepsin is noted for its "A Prloeajr '.
plants, especially' sorghum and -corn, speed regulating .upset stomachs. .drawing ('ha
f make such-WlnxnriAnt growth In the- It is the surest Quickest stomach remedy bay,
r . southern whole world-and beside It John's
Jatitndes that l large :yields of in the
't' !L- silage can be produced per acre. The is harmless Put an end to stomach : ments are ,
1 i ,.. ,Ti d. world needs wore men who silage is an excellent feed for wintering ,trouble forever bjr .getting a large -- a : ..... '

'1.1'" *nnot-b.'bwhohupt' ,.who** above the breeding list Jd.: or for finishing fifty-cent,, case of, P..P*'. DiapepBla.nny I the. .4t ,':'
'jLi tl.. 1bto bond character the animals fw 'the market., The use drug stor. Yon':reaUM In which . \:. 'f
\.,....Jthcj who .*e ,, th divine to; the of ..uagehi a fattening ratpn) "almost fty. minutes bow needauitIs to Irpf. 'with
'',. 1Illltlmmeni' whdsaialnbiUons''sr.t.notc '' Invariably ia ra.. -thV ads fer from indigestion dyspepsia or' any
', ; ; l3fthe ,
,:. :, M'r;.onjflnedto, their, own .Ielaah dlat..l! ; daily gnsbb@tp.ns''the: :.ralna, ,stomach It.th.-quickest' I: A I Use For, Reutts--lead. Fob: )IP fttt :

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creeks. and rivers during themT the dry season CLAS''iFIEDADVERTISING BSKfiUaaEBSfiaI ! !Ii 3IJI9I9U12II3Bv !Ii !fi 'f.I .
Will
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enough for the present Occasion, andexp""ahlt' I -.. ,, \ ( . ., ." ;
( good-will for the Valley its -- .-- . .. .. . ',
again a temporary res- own.". editor i and, .other I .
'ReX is once connected. 7" .. .t '- I 1. .. . .. : '
l ic ent at the R. W., ,Simmons domicile.! therewith, we remain the same old l five Cents, Per .li .. .. : <..' .'" .'.1... " ;;'f'.. ";',' '.. .. Hit Y
l.nievimr the splendid hospitality of .t' REX.. > 1 7'. J i-V*{ .. .. *. .
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that'gentleman.hu .
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the affairs of this section'of, the'.Bull : -- WANTED-Farm-- \ : .. .... ''L "...., ".. ,. .,...,.r'..' ." ... .. ( .)1. (, ," .' .... ,,,. ,: .. !Ii _..
f\ Creek country is progressive and the c: Apopka 11 11ciil etc. Send particular of -- . ""I.', +>>I-. ;,: : ;;:;, . ' -
u people generally appear satisfied.J ing articles whichmust ; U',;" ': ..'. ,:,. _I' ;' :," \ .'1',: ; ,
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has commenced in earn- order and '" ,>1, '1 ," >>.'
\ fvjw-penning working ., .'" "J, ; " : '
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I : r.est and our good friends have about A rent'' mass meeting was held wagon with seat and bed; .-:; " .' ." .L..I" ...j ; 'I" .'I ,,.,"..p"V.I: (" >:,,\chJr: ,; '
.a thirty cows i in the pens and the way at the city hall here last Monday nightto disk barrow, cutaway / '<'0' .. '. ( ,.. : ,... ', :\(,' i :i' "r J.:" "
I luxuriating and other discuss the tooth harrows, corn t, . .' ' . "
i we are proposition of issuing ; I II ; r'l' :; : / \I-/t\.\ f'tI: : 1' ,' .J""
,111 things connected therefjlth is some bond>, by the city of Apopka for the planter, hand plow with I . . .,,.t ,'A' 't, \, '/', I ,
,\ thing to behold with pleasure by those -purfu> 0 of building new city hall, tachments hoes, rakes f ., .. I :: t I ::' i;'; :" ; .:t:
"k 'who love* this fluid.o Eggs are: alstfrlontiful installing. an electric light plant, pruning knives and saws 'r"" ,, ,:.r.t. ., ;' *
and cannot live on buil
milk anb eggs is, in my opinion, a tree!*. scythe, surrey, chains', ... INi1. . N lYhr.
rather sorry fellow.C . T a was largely attended el-trees and anything . I It ale
Smith of the Henry Savage and tuna farm. Address, with j
B. proved one of the moat har- a : '
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neighborhood was a business caller at mon, us .gathering that we have-wit- Manager,-Box. 146.- ; ., ":", "J

.. i the residence on Saturday last. Mr ness I ISmith Is a noted man in his own sec- bodv>:was of one mind and the-meet- .
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>trfm>*nd' having recently received a in twnimously voted to ask the city WANTED TO RENT ,
t comtiiasion as .notary public for the cotgvtfl .to, submit the"proposition to year; 4 to 6 room; !Ii

state at large, fills a much.needed po- the voter to.decide whether. ..or not convenient; nice $
I /i gition in the country.where't e-resides. the Iftnds\ shall be l issued. r'possession March or ; : .
lie is a bachelor, but we do not think- It hat not; been fully decided :as yet care guaranteed for "
that he has any matrimonial intentions just what amount of bonds will be Address W. P. L., Box r
so that no widows need apply. voW upon, some suggesting $10,000, .F. F. Cummins at .. '
t { housekeeper, ainumber 'whit some other enthusiastic. ones Co. Also want at oiue, 1
aigoodhrang, where he has suggest $20,000. uroZahed rooms. :

of hogs! to which he gives particular A Committee of thrfee, composed of H .
Blackstone I lecturer of national
.l" attention F. If Davis, H. H. Witherington and FOR SALE. Irving, a ,,
The railroad continues its daily W. T\ Chatnpneys, was appointed to
trips and it is rumored that extratravhs meet with the coynctl and report to FOR SALE-A triple A and "Better-Town Promoter" by profes= ,
are to run on the road in a' that body the action taken at the Stump-puller, good as
short time. Our citizens are taking cili en8' muss meeting, and ask thatan sell cheap; also forty written_ '.a book -called "My Town the mes0' # .k
advantage of the transportation advantages @IQCtioti l be called as early as possible Brown Leghorn hens. C. ,
: and the freight cars passing to vote upon the proposition of Kissimmee, Fla. < i of which he states is "Buy at Home." The r

__ to and fro show thnb our people knowa issuing bonds. !Ii .

are good not thing slow in When taking they advantage see It, and of Tits)Apopka% mean, OB It righter there is every day dawningfor reason DESIRABLE sale. Seven-room residence-in house [Mass.] board of trade awarded Mr. Irving !Ii ': *,

the facilities offered. This road mightbe to \>Weve tht the--t>ond issue will acre lot; 65 bearing
and same amount of $500 fob the best plan submitted for i
termed an old new thing, for it was carry practically unanimous and with jro-
talked of before 'coming, and the at hand to make these need- lot; city water; corner
long money nue and Orange street;. the interests of their He has studied the
new to very many of the natives whenit ed \improvements, our town will grow the brick city. : .
did come. I and l flourish as a green bay tree, and new highway. .' :
. I Beau Drawdy lost a valuable horse the World at large will come to know place for a winter ; in this country apdabroad. Consequently he
cash balance to
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the night train of the 11th inst. that; We have here in Apopka the fin- part 'I"
on Beau had returned from town late est climate, the purest water, the best er.Fla. Address W. T. I what he is writing about and the following ,
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that evening and had tied his horsein class of citizenship and everythingls

the customary place. The train that goes to make life worth liv- FOR SALE OF RENT- make a strong advertisement for the Buy- ':
. wax due here about 8 o'clock. The ing that is to be found anywhere in good pasture land close
-- horse'got loose that night and the so- the grand] old state of Florida. J. E. St. Onge, 2105 Myrtle movement Y
called train was behind. Some time I Three cheers for Apopka! City, Iowa. : I
during the night the horse broke loose A VOTER '

-'- and wandered on to the trestle near FOUND-Gold Masonic ; I citizen of a community, farmer, laboring man, profes ,
.I the house the train having been delayed and compass within a
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about five hours did not make < Center son calling at this --each and all owe a heavy debt to.their town. Al .;.

iU appearance until about 1 :30 a. m. C Orange II property and paying for too many citizens are objects of charity from their fellow: _ ;

of the 12th, and was coming at considerable can secure pin. .
in accepting community prosperity and enjoyments with. ?
ran into the horse, I !Ii
speed road briar Gazette. : For the past seven value received." .
scattering parts of i' along the I FOR RENT. !Ii
registered
and, it was said, carried a portion for days our lowest temperature i, DWELLINGS for rent, town should that business in .
60, with an average of 61 4-7, the !! of a always patronize ;..
favorite
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Aa this was a
miles Tiller.
ten horse, its loss was severely felt. II I hih, mark, was 84, with an average be of I I . the owner of which resides there, in preference.to., .
can't
Kenansville, It ill believed, will bone '' fohtfeble 77 J 7 Any with one a thermometer that around com- FOR RENT-Comfortable the owner of which resides out of town. This prin i-

road.of the A postoffice most famous has places been' on established the-, that reads like that, does not deserveto centrally located. I) to every line of business." ,:
Brack St. J. W. I
what?
\ and two good-sized saw millsin john l>e anywhere Shank ,of Winter Park wasa is the principle of home investment that the /

operation.number In of addition fine residences to this there, one I Visitor' to Orange Center a few days FOR RENT OR SALE Empire has organized a crusade against American bonds :

are' a finest that the road afforJ8 -' ago- Mr Shank has a grove at Win- store building on Brack home interests need all local The '
or the depots capital general
favorable tel- Park, but will develop his Orange Kissimmee.: H. C
and a store that to most will bear establish-- Center l land in the near future. Mr. of the International Harvester Company told the writer'f.f.

ments of comparison that nature. It is only a Ol'Shank, is Center.an enthusiastic booster for AUTOMOBILE-Buick has been used a very ; I more difficult to introduce their products in Germany

question of time when and it the and two Whittierwill combined jtra.nge Nethercut spent a few daysat change for town or any other nation. When a nation acts this way is It*not sig .
be combined, home this week. She and Mr.NlthercIJt tate J. M. Willson, Jr. !Ii
two-horse town lesson for towns ?
will make full
are now in Kansas City, !Ii

, instead shape.passed of through There two one-horse.has the been winter Cattle very in wood's little good have bu.tn M",could ewi for at induce a that ahort place.them'to stay,She leave attending says Orange nothing to D"V is a significant lesson for this very community. x : .,. i !,1. +

and cold, and the
rain no severe Center for good .
carried to a con- .
has been on
burning rain. enough to Mrs. Cyrus Howey is in Kissimmee FOR MEMBER HOUSE !
siderable extent, with ,
while Mr. liowey
lot a few weeks' stay -
Cows SENTATIVES,1ST
bring up the fresh young grass. ;
home
r that have been III"the pens are beginJng R.!'is: J.bathing and T.'H.'Keen at have purchased FLORIDA.. ....... .0......... ......0...4... .00.00.. .6 . 6......0. .. .*. ..

to come out in good form. The forty acres of fine land in sec- I ' .. .- I.- "
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and we willsoon I hereby announce "'I'' ''IIff.' ''fI I.r"
line has passed 1"
danger tl n eight and are now building there 'r '.' .. ''i' ': ;
I .have them fat enough for good i ii attd" will improve to a large part lidate to represent : / ; ". ., ; ', '. ....,' : p I, y'" II! .4'V'/' .
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milk, beef or anything else that maybe 1 grove. .. the. house of r'-'"" .]I!. ,. ",11",,' ,
i of tbe alnd. IL C. STANFORD COMP'r.: \ '
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do not expect anything 'j : MARKETFamishing .
'IlULL''BASS.
. desired to occur, as we to prevent them rrom ot The ties A._ by C.fire L. R.last R. Monday.lost quite a They lot tion of the democratic Pry Goods, QotUiff and Shoe*,' .bJt", . . ' ; ', I. ,,.,,. ,./, ,' .: ,. ?

thus coming out. hid. just been accepted by the inspector June primary. S. J. 1 and Notiems Freth Meat,.., AU'ELda ..fi ;r
favorable. The '
Crop conditions are "
young corn looks a little vellow in f L. Harney killed another 'gator FOR MEMBER OF THE -SrDUTTONHARRIS!

places, but nothing apparently that tliiri week. REPRESENTATIVES., !fi
causes alarm. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Williams leave OF FLORIDA. .' !Ii 4. !" 4r'r

As the lamb part of March is stilla next, week for the old home in. Dakota Being impressed with CLARK ft MEIKLEJON !Ii. :
and we've had to be indefinitely. Mr. i ;
question In the future, gone of the many people .
looking Williams intends building on his farm - !fi '
our share of the lion We are county, who have urged CO. "
The when he returns here. Real Estate .
forward to a favorable season. hind come a candidate for ; ., '
young oranges are assuming a seasonable Mrs Sheldon will remain in Orange In the lower house of the SHOES .
.complexion and size. It would Center' occupying the residence of J. and also being ambitious Ii 106 Broadway
appear that there win .be a fine crop A. Williams. Mrs. Sheldon says that people among whom I Hi I t; sl
this year. Of course it is hard to tell her health' has so much improved dur- ed: I hereby announce ,-!Hi- -
what the future has in store for us, f"R'" her short stay in Orange Center candidate for the
but if present indications can be depended thtt she does not want to leave. Shehopes sentative from Osceola WATERS ft CARSON GROCERY d'
I well with the to have her daughter with her
upon, all will be I lower: house of the COMPANY .
farmer. Greens in abundance are the i coming winter. t x> the nomination at the : --
found in the gardens and while the PAT
chlllv weather and March winds have It all of 13a knew half at the time KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO. 4.I' t a

been somewhat of a setback order, What some people were saying about FOR COUNTY i verytliiaf for the. Ho... W; ,- ,
yet the warm sunshine has done much \i> mOat of the time, we would feel I -- --'.-- '"
wards keeping him in order. We very chesty: some of the time, 'and To the Democratic Voters J. E. Risk, MaMfer.Hr .-
have had plenty of fine Render mustard iyn>aner than the devil the rest of the County: NELSON REALTY COMPANY !5 u

greens for dinner, supper and time., -Shaving from the Moon De.sk. I On the solicitations of Me. I Darfiafte A..*.. !5 .
:1 breakfast, and they are as fine as and after due
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we have ever known them to be, and "Begonra," said an Irishman, as heHw sponsibilities of the ; .
the future prospects are that we can an alligator for the first time, announce myself a .' Hi; .. -
have them to eat until we approachthat ''if that crather was to shmoile, ahare" ty commissioner to F.: H.LAWSON t

color. Early vegetables, green, ,1be'd split himself into. two halves. ple of the county from Cash Stare D. G. McKAY REAL ESTATE \ r
etc, is what creates In this countrya er's District No. 2, t ;
degree of patriotism which comeson Infidelity is the assassin's dagger Precincts Nos. 2 and 8 10 .W87' AGENCY I

by the love we have the staples. that would orphan humanity.HOTICB \ county, to be voted for ,

The democratic rooster is in the V" cratic primaries to be .. $ "':'- ,,
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of his the tadpole> and- Realizing I do ...., '
eight glory TO CREDITOR as Hi; .. .. .....
longer interfere office is and
minnow supply no a public trust, oC...
Ji,4 with his rapacious appetite. Greens (IV COVKT OF TUB Of FLORIDA.COOKTT JDDOK.STATB lic officer is m public .
of various descriptions and corn in . fore if I am nominated UIfI'ER'LAND CO. '
f M ( < ( .r I. R. II r er Oaee.4 !
abundance, with a liberal supply of ; Shall( strive to serve the I .
oats for extras, just suit this aristocratic To Ill'credltor.. Legatee. *. Distributees ing always to the interest Real Estate +
I and all) Per.on..aYlnC Claim or Demand -Hr;
betimes
Morman. He wakes us against a.ld Estate: ty as to good roads and ,
in the morning and he and his I schools. I"yield to no .
at an no-fled 11' B. Il.UDCSON C0. -- !Hi;- !Ii'
wives and progeny want us up j. which and advocacy of them, ,
and demand you or t
early hour to supply his demands. Uher claims of you may have against thr all I could for the!! Hardware, C.d...,, Beat ,eppEM gjj ,
He's pretty well up on the political mate'" of I. R. Homer deceased, late ofOsceol in our county. W.G.HANKINS
situation and wishes to see those candidates county Florida to the under.Isned - G. B. ..tI Had iaeq. !Ii ;q,
the mostgood 'I administrator of said estate Mackia !Ii ,
elected who-will do within one year from the date hereof. _HiKISSIMMEE Adduif aad Typewriter.DAN1TS ? t ? 1
for the fowldom population of Dated February JTth..JtRFP, 1114.
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Osoeola county. -
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Hunters Paradise has tine! scope MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION.Undrr -
In this country. The belles and the

beaux are all within its sacred chase pre-are fend by virtue of the powerVested AT A B DEPARTMENT: STORE .- +;' rG7
and the flight and .
dncts In me. I. J W. Lilly; Mayor ofKissimmee ,
and if Rex doesn't 1 City: Florida, do hereby an I CIodUar. $ r.-u.L.V fJn
business attend to at some nounce. proclaim and declare that an -m 1- .
have to
will be '> ctlnn will t>e hold at the City Hajl.. Located in moat ._ 5 aa.l lOc &....
future time somebody wrong. ,i'to' said city, during the legal hours of'. "
Miss Jane McDermitt and Mist voting, on Saturday the llth day of' portion of Kissimmee, LUMBER co. \ "
Quincy Bass were home visitors at j March: A. D. U4., for the purpose) of houM, on Emmett \ 9 r r .
I electing the.foltowlnr officer to servea WkeJesale aa Retail r .
Saturday lostPolitic -home of W. J. Sears.
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Beau Drawdy-s on I term of one year, via: . .. .
appears to be creating some On. Mayor, six: rooms and bath ..... %1 Jt w. PRENTIS
little Interest about "xty-stx One Clerk. .* Lot 73x1471 middle ;
though
.:'f voter. have ,registered out of abcut( l 1 -
,100. .. The new law has been 'severely. Mao,, to serve a tiara of two years, 723 : ... ""'11uh1.N n
criticised number of our people Two member, of City Co"nclL-. .12-4t La .
by a j I
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t hereby Pfai .. 'at O. !Ii
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be'that a great' . ,
and the re.ult..will .Vn >* T.w.7Y Livingston ._ '
;:many of oar, best 'people: will' pt beat ,Inspectors old election.,io.- . ... .... .*. el 'rkbf 1 Mrs OTTahertr-r- H .. I !I. .. .' I. '"
J.. the polls, It U strange that legislatures whereof, t have k.rkaat. . .;.:.
Tt vrltaesa
pails Mistner Doo 1 ;
qpart .. .
cannot let welL enough;alone;:_ke t mr hind as Mayor of Mid cltyLsuidhatiMd ::1. / :. ., .
but mast follow-after. strange gods the ..ej of said city to be D._ Mr.'Doogan-"No, Mrs : I
;, ...f7.io ./ 1: .* 'lento affixed tata *Tt"- day. of February, bpu.t1' 01 have plenty ,, .. ''. .,{ J' .

V 'I'., Drainage appears to. be on the back''..: JU':. ( XW.rotx! *. Mrs.",' O'Flab.r'tr-'An'' : ..''''' d. ", .' .; '.t ... :' 1 .;" '. -
ward move. If they,will pass a law Attest;, Mayor of kiserinne* City .
.j7 1.po. i little more .water'.1n.. :out/ \J.-CILBKKA C3.rk.. ." lt-1. Oi.aped yes for, MUther' !fililliliYiYi&iIililli! ! IiIIIIIifJJ! .UIIIIi.u.nlllmlt . i. .'
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snd"tl6n; 'K.'"}: lloTlyj; 't TSdord; ; ;' '. ,. "i ."\, \
season it Is expected'we will be able duet, "at which eight member .
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'EDITORS-Wlll"[ booster, authorized-to at .once.,." issue IMMENSE to ship in car lots. S. T. Fansler;-whoowns RAILWAY ALONG make short addresses on those.topic* ;.
notices to that effect .
a truck garden just west of the that the of .
are .the ordef
cause
. ."To which add that dissent, x f
we no city limits,took first price for straw r' Istence, ''J .
: ing /voice-being raised the nominations . berries at the mid-winter fair held at I,y THE LAKE SHORE A committee ''composed of ,P.' H.I
_; be'cldUed and "overey son vf a ACREAGE Orlando last month, both as to else .. '.... , Lawson, E. G. Johnson and 8. I.'Trip"1'Lettassisted "
MEET ATKISSIMMEE gun Lake in Oi\eola, .Orange: Seminole, and taste and that gentleman states .-.-,-.i..i'i. , by F. W, Pittman.and "
{ and Volusia 'counties should be" he will plant several! acres in'that deIlciods w '(Continued from page!.) Harold Becza, hay. the arrangement I
there date to be 'named later. -
on-the ; fruit,next reason. ?; ; in l hand, and a'' eneral good time'
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The Aultman gardens; which aronot the moat beautiful( '' bod/,of: water_'in assured,, and Itis certain that not : 'i'
;T THtTHORNWELL57ORPHANAGE: \ 1 PLANTED] only the largest.but the-finest in the whole country- Well; if you don't memberwill be absent. for'when the.m
: these parts, comprising eighty res, the peoplein' the, north do, for lots Juniorss.undertake a job, they always."'
: 1 J9.at.pr tty..AB.,a. picture, being...fiUodwith in -Thurmlf'I.l.t3"areaellinlrfaater! : : : : ca1"1'r1t"w.ueceiliu conclusion.-; .
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lettuce tomatoes
; '- '--- ::: =- : ; ; celery and almost than Lever dreamed they; would ell\, The order decided at; its< meeting
other vegetable that not and if the there could last '
every people get to night to set aside th.-''Iecond
L'----r- I only finds a ready sale but brings a Kissimmee' on. an electric road at Thursday in'
' any 'night- each month' '
.To Organize Five County AN INSTITUTION: THAT IS DOING I In Truck In And Around good figure on the northern market. hour in the day, I would not have an social' session. at which light refresh.as m l
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MUCH :TO tfAKE FOR AND Mr. Aultman states that he hap made inch of ground to sell when the month 'r nents and much big talk Will be Is "! ',
EDlTfeATE' : ORPHAN more.money from celery, potatoes and ends--northern' people would own it I dulged "In: There is no doubt but
Press Association 'HILIREN.This I Kissimmee strawberries than from any other all. And what-applies to Thurman what this action will be the means of ( ,
,, ( )) I vegetable he has cultivated, and in City would apply all along the route.. thefJun.increasir.g the membership of. 'fie '
1 the future he will I grow them on a There would be one continuous line i '.
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Y r' I institution. is located in Clinton _. __ much larger scale than he has- here of magnificent homes, and such prosperity
g EDITOR HOLLY SECONDS; THE tofore. would come to our people as Conversation actually overhead A
S. C., i is for the education of deserving CABBAGE CHOI HERE ONE OF on
The: Gray stone gardens, located just we never believed existed." a street cart '
VALLEY: GAZETTE'S; < MOTION\ () orphan children and for none LARGEST
KNOWN
EVER AND
across the railroad from the magnificent When asked as to the cost of sucha "All' how is your friend Mrs O'Bri,
"AND CALLS ON ins BROTHERS other, and only for thonc who are un- 1
en, Mrs. ,
It TOMATO YIELD WILL EX- hotel of that name, are yielding road, Mr. Thurman replied: "It Mulcahy! -
k TO NAME THE I IIA" able costs to the pay institution their own$100-expenses.a to CELL ALL FORMER I abundantly 'this season under the able could be built and equipped for less '"Sure, it's a bad way she's in.Jtfrs\ ,

OF AiEETING.t44A4444fifi444444444: the of child year, which YEARS.No management of Nick Regcro, and Mr. than four hundred thousand dollars, Finucane! Sufferin' day and ni ht.
meet u
expenses Thurman is authority for the state- but that would be a mere bagatelle and no hope from' the doctors, for the-
the Christian
um is provided by generous not- ment that the sale of Vegetables pays compared to the good it would do this disayse! is fattile, so they sayI""An' !
The people arc
fuLlic. young the entire running. of the section. You write about Kissimmee what is the disayse, Mrs.
legal to the institution and sooner' do our people finish shipping expense garden can Mul-i ecahyT"
4 .0- are received as into any other school, citrus fruit than they begin Bending after supplying the table of his having ten thousand people by I
4 MEETriSTTCALLED: ; the orphanage not haying right to distribute vegetables north to feed those unfortunates mammoth hotel. 1917, but I tell you that Kissimmee cane."Ulstars" in the stomach. Mrs. Finu: .,.
4 FOR APRIL'8 them to families. fhy; live that win[ not experience the There are hundreds of small gardens -i'' would have twenty thousand neonle ;
4 ---. in cottages of about twenty to the pleasure of seeing the ground before in and around Kissimmee, all before the close of that year if this.
.4 Just as we go to press the following 4, cottage, there being at present fifteen i April 15, and not be able to gather of which are in prime condition, and I road is built."
.: 4 telegram was- received: > such cottages. The training is literary, vegetables from their gardens before pay their owners handsome retumll.I And .the Valley Gazette concurs in '
4 Sanford, Fla., March 10, '14. technical, domestic and moral.' No the middle of June. -* I Mr. Thurman's. opinion. The 'j
w. ,_ 4 S. J. Triplet, 4 child is received under six years of Cabbage, which appears to do excep- FOR SALE OR WILE EXCHANGE i I VERY Best

\ .1 4 Care Gazette* age and as soon as received is at once tionally well here, yielded an immense I My 200-acre hay grain, fruit and : ROMA THOMAS
It 4 Lake Region Press club will-. entered into school, in which they con- crop this season, and for the past three dairy farm, rolling land, in a fine ,
4 meet in Kissimmee, April 8th. 4 tinue for fourteen grades graduatingat wl-eks has been going forward in car' state of cultivation, nearly all tillable,
4 It. J. HOLLY. about twenty years of age. The lots. The prices were exceptionallygood ELECTED CASHIER >
watered by never-failing springs; good We have secured the exolusive '
.w I 4 course is a thorough one. In the mechanical and our truckers will have sufficient eleven-room house, barns and of the famous sale '
+ + ++++ ++ + + +.0- + + ++ + + + + departments, the training includes money to carry them throughthe other new --- .
outbuildings; running water in
OF THAT OLD AND RELIABLE ..
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1 --- printing, carpentering, farming, ;year from gist crop alone, but house; fruits, apple, pear, plum, peach, '
machine work steam laundry work that vegetable requires only about sev- 1 INSTITUTION THE STATE ,
; ; The following is taken from the cherry, sweet and sour, grapes, currants -
t( Sanford Herald of Tuesday, and the and all the domestic arts. There are enty days to mature from the time of ; farm situated on the Boston & BANK OF KISSIMMEE.t f VELOX
only thing necessary to carry the now 300 pupils, requiring $32,000! u I planting, and no sooner are they cut Albany main line, one mile and a half
'At scheme to a successful conclusion is year to meet expensen. It is wonderful than the ground is put in condition from Canaan station, twentyeightmiles At a meeting of the directors of the !I N-i
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; ., for the editors in-the counties named how, by the goodness of God and for planting other vegetables. from Albany, sixteen miles from'''State Bank of Kissimnvee, held at the I I Roma Ivory Jardiniers, the "Elite" of *

i 'c to notify R. J. Holly what date would good men and women, all this is pro This year many acres have been Pittsfield, Mass., in Columbia county, office of said bank on March 19, 1914, I the Potter's art. ; .. ;
i \& J mee will attend to the details of the have been educated in this we)1-., ,l and plants ate already in 'the blooming I erty orange grove preferred. Reason'> of all the directors, on motion Mr. I We are Selling them at \y t
meeting, and only awaits instruction ruJ'ctor) in every particular. llev. I stage in many gardens. This vegetablewill 'for selling, ill health. Physician rely. i Roma Thomas, who has acted so efficiently ,
4o g eTbUsy on the job. Pr Wm. P. 'ecobs IF the president, bring an unusual high price this ommends Florida climate. Who wants ,! as assistant cashier for the ,
t "Like the live wire that he is, Ed- aid has boon for forty, yean.. The season, for the) reason that the cropon I this chance? For particulars addressCol. past year, was unanimously elected | 39cCome i
itor Triplett has taken hold of the raining of funds for the support of ths the east coast was practically de- I !. James I). Blakeman, East Chatham cashier of the bank. ,
tl idea of a five-county press associationand home is in his liancd' The school IK stroyed by frost a few months agog Columbia county, N. Y. R. F. D. This is a very deserved promotionfor quick. They are going fast.
alwnvs: crowded, and vacancies occurring whereas in thin section it was not
in the latest issue of his papergets .. 20-2t Mr. Thomas and we bespeak for
are quickly filled. Only deserving touched. ----
him the
J off the following: a continuation of popular ap-
i J. 'The Valley Gazette seconds Editor applicants are receive I The question has been repeatedly MISSIONARY SOCIETIES proval of business men, which he has Nine-Piece Bean Seta, sonly

((1 (Holly's motion, as we believe every asked why it is that frost frequently'kills ENTERTAINEDThe heretofore enjoyed, and we feel that Twelve of 4"1 50.
J ,t paper named in the counties named WILL CLOSE tender vegetables Iii other parr this board has made no mistake in j them in, Florid_: ,e -
will the much further south 1 electing him to this honorable, ) and
',;io, do, and will certainly he present of state. even regular monthly "talent tea"
," r to apeak our little piece on the than Kissimmee, and seldom does dam- I of the home and foreign missionary responsible position. You are lucky if a
't{:y" 25th at any place that in selected for AT (6 O'CLOCKEXCEPT age here, and just as repeatedly the I societies of the Methodist church was -- -- you get one. ;

the meet, but we want to place Kissimmee question has remained unanswered, although held at the home of Mrs. J. Wade high
,"j i,,}:' f in nomination as the place of ONSrUHDAYS almost every person has a Tucker on Emmett street last Friday JUNIOR' ORDER TO These are very grade goods lj
r''r ;' meeting. We know that Holly long ; AND theory along that line. Some contend afternoon. I and you will be proud of them.

;'ft'l 'to spend a day here inhailing the MONDAYS, BEGINNING that the artesian water underlyingthis About forty ladies were present, anda HAVE SOCIAL i
:f, ., health-giving zephyrs that ever blow I APRIL 1ST. section is warmer than in any splendid program was rendered by SESSlqNi
tF from off Lake Tohopekaliga. We know other section others that our numer- Mrs. Tucker's Sunday school class.
that Reese would rather roam our ; ous lakes temper the cold, and others The hostess served delicious refresh- Groceries
EATING AND
Kissimmee Fla. March 13 1914. SPEAKING WILL BE
f4iit': streets ten hours than o'er the streets I that the altitude is just right to pre- ments, consisting of fruit salad, wa- atTAYLOR'S
.:Ji.o1 of any other town or county ten years; We the undersigned, agree to close vent any disastrous cold. Be that as fers, olives, sandwiches, coffee and TilE ORDER AT MEETING I
,r.yu. we know that Woods h -declared that our places o( business at 6 o'clock 'p. it may; we have no theory, but we candy.! NEXT THURSDAY
:! he will never go to Tallahassee until m., except on Saturdays and Mondays, do know that after a residence here I.."r, after be, has seen Kissimmee, and we from April let to November 1st 1914: some years we have seen no frost for the work bf the societies, which ...E
:, know that Codrington is living a life WATERS & CARSON GRO. CO.. that did any great amount of damage, met with a liberal response., The Junior Order of United American i. |
!S of-regret because ne .selected DeLand'.f R. S. FLOYD, which fact convinces us that this> is Mechanics, which is the newest
,t(%;. '. instead of Kissimmee as a>place of ,C. W. GRIFFIN, .- the most favored section in Florida for The thirteen-ounce pound or the fraternal order in the city and also I
residence. G. M. TAYLOR the growing of fruits and vegetables. three-quart gallon, or the 1,800- one of the largest in membership, believes I
;, ,' 'And knowing these things, we feel DANN & DANN GRO. CO- Strawberries, too, are being culti- pound ton man will probably never get in injecting a little pleasure into i: 424 4Broadway. Aq-'a::
that Kissimmee should by unanimous BASS & BASS MARKET, vated here now on a much larger near enough to heaven to be thrown life as we pass along, and on Thurs- ??
l' vote be declared the place of meeting, BULL BASS MARKET. scale than in former years, and nexto lUt. day night will have a miniature ban-1 'Phone 250. Quick Delivery.lr : .

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