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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 27, 1914
Frequency: weekly
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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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Volume ID: VID00639
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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AND FORM THE LAKE REBION
BOARD THE: LARGEST NUMBER PRESENT
PRESS ASSOCIATION- ,
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TAIN: THE VISITORS. i I MUCH BUSINESS OF IMPORTANCE
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Bob Holly of the Sanford Herald ACTED. *

/ initiated the move and Kissimmee will '. -
carry it to a successful conclusion. The meeting was called to order at

What move 7 p. m., President S. J. Triplett the
Why, the organization of the Lake ('hal .

Region Press association, which will After the reading and approval yof
be composed of the newspapers pub the minuUs of the last meeting, com
lished in the counties of Voluaia, Semjn ..
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Lt. munications were read! and referred to
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le. Lake, Orange and Osceola. '" ... ,...,. . .. .. the proper committees for attention.II. .
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in Kissimmee; on the 8th perfected day ., = n.__,_.............. _--' ,'", .. C. Stanford, reporting for the
membership committee, told of issuing
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ofpril' at high noon or some
the wishes of' the program .folders for this meeting
old hour, as best suits ,
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editors and Holly. .
,. the fifteen K .
'if As soon as Editor Holly broached/f ."'., ) bringing out the largest number of
members and visitors
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: the scheme Kissimmee immediat
..I" went after it, and as this city has/ev- meeting in several weeks.
er yet failed in Retting; anything it RESIDENCE OF W G. CAMPBELL, BRACK STREET The report being: received that the

:., went after, it was successful/in this ---- ,,,- - '" editors of Seminole, Orange, Volusia,
attempt, and the aforesaid Holly,' like and Lake counties would.come to Kisuunmoe -
the man he is, at once called the meeting ..on April 8th.:_for=the purpose
at-KissiBiTiwo for Ajrtrl 8r and notified JWOODBECKi \Florida /?* R. Commission ATLANTA'SFOREMOST of organizing a .press association, a
every son of a jrun who edits a motion by H. C. Stanford that after
j.. paper in either one/ l the five counties the organization hid been formed the
to be present ftftd answer roll-call. I Listens to Able Argument visitors should be provided with a boat
Pursuant to tat order, the attention ride and in the evening they' would
of the bo ra' of trade was called i IS FULLY be given a banquet This motion was

to the grea / and lasting good that I ION' I < Adopted. J. M. Willson, Jr., moved
would comar to our fair city by and \ FROM DISTINGUISHED GENTLEMEN IN OPPOSITION that the matter be left to the enter

through the for even so abort) tainment committee, who'were instructed
presence \ TO GRANTING SEAPORTS DISCRIMINATORY .
::. a time -a* a day of these distinguished JOB CITIZEN to make all the arrangements
\ and I lovable, gentlemen, and that body, FREIGHT RATES..-HON. C. A. CARSON for the occasion.
amUKgreat applause, and with much The next order of business taken up
enthusiasm, directed the chairman of I SPEAKS IN PEOPLE'S BEHALF was whether Kissimmee needed a iifc
iXo entertainment committee to at brass band which proposition met with
Snce begin working overtime on the i Handsome favor and the discussion ended in the
,ft. job, and the secretary to write a letter i As Chairman h of Advertising : The meeting of the railroad commissioners up to the railroads to show why the Pays Kissimmee appointment of J. D. Woodbeck J. W. I I IPrentis
I. to each editor telling of the board's which had previously been' law should not prevail. He said they and W. A. Smith to make an
action, which Utter here follows- announced to be held in this city, convened I must show that they are not carrying effort to organise band.

Kissimmee, Fla., March 24. 1014.v i Committee at.lO o'clock Thursday n-orn- 'at a loss, for it would -not be,, just to Compliment H. C. Stanford; discussing the proposition
Dear Sir: Last night the Kisslnime ing in the circuit court room of the carry to one point at a loss and then of forming a fair association

Board of Trade instructed its entertainment 'I Osceola court house.It charge it up to intermediate points to I foi"Os et>hr-county,..stated-fat-the-Ke it .*.'
committee to makn prepnrationfc IF EVERY MEMBER OF BOARD was just 10:20 o'clock when ; make up the loss. SAYS A PACKING HOUSE IS ONEOF ginning that we should need a lot of : \r
for en tel t.tining the e the various newspapers in th 9 counties OF TRADE WORKED AS HARD rapped for order .nd read E. Kays, division counsel for the A. C. I WOULD INDUCE OTHER county fair. He said further, we must J
Y; of Volusia, Seminole, Orange, AS WOODBECK KISSIMMEE the notice to the Seaboard Air Lire L. Ry. He said the position stated by first get together.on the upbuilding '.
,f. lake-and Osceola on' April 8th. I WOULD BE DOUBLED ,r5; Uway which had been previously Mr. Massie would produce no quarrel FACTORIES TO COME of the town, and that the board could ,

,; Wtiulil like\ to tear from you at once IN. POPULATION BEFORE published, and explained that this and after a few remarks gave his HERE. then accomplish any move or Improve ,. (
.j! stating that you>> will be.with'.us. meeting had been postponed from the place on the floor to Jas. Menzes.-one ment in the city that was) undertaken.Mr. '
;:. There are one or two editorb Wl
.i wish to postpone the meetinlll'until YEAR. of the change of date had.been Ry., who un.dertook''to.eJplaln: the necessity you think of Orr-J. K., Orr- throughout any, part of the county .'14 i
I I after th. Fort Mytre meeting of the ---- given to everyone.. ,, for a variation in prices: between the shoe manufacturer, for the two would help every man, woman, and .
.. state vfsociation, but the board of The president of the board of trade He stated that it had become necessary 'terminal points and intermediate : are so closely iinkedthat one is practically child.. > .
; trade has ihstfucte-i its committee to to hold a number 6f these com points. synonyntou. of the other. ..
made when -he '
no mistake appointed W. Lawlcr. who
., the information missioners' and that the He admitted that the A. C. L. has Rev. S. was- .
ithead receipt.of! meetings
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go J. D. Woodbeck chairman of the advertising Mr. Orr was in Kissimmee Tuesday. ent. stated that, he d".lred.JtiL.nam.- .... ...
from local editors thnt the board had decided that It was better made departures from the rate "
our many
committee of that body for and wa- shown the courtesies bY'l added the of
to list member-of the
' held here April 8. central where thE scale In order to meet W
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1. meeting would on ', to meet at points, competition .
no sooner was be'named than he began < I C. Stanford. During!! a pleasant auto board, and then told that in his travels ;
... Thanking you in advance for your people could be accommodated rutber along the line He said the railroad .
active work, and is Spending all ride over the the Valley Gazette the entire state he found
city over
Yours truly than at Tallahas is at all times to
hold their place
J reply. very meetings:! I anxious manu-
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his time devising and I office was visited, and the writer had Florida to be
spare ways wideawake along commercial
KISSIMMEE BOARD OF TRADE. I Ii wee and cause those who had giiev- factureis' in the state on a rate to j
means to properly bring; the advantages the pleasure of a brief conversation lines.
entertainment committee is all the to the enable them to with other
i The :, ances to journey way compete
of Kissimmee to the attention I with the south's leading manufacturer.
but to i: in order to tlu'ir states. The Rev. Lawler further stated that
work stale
hard capital
at on a program; up put [ After
of people in the north and west who the usual formalities Mr. Orr
". this writing; has finally accepted but gnevarire before the bOil rd. He stated that if rates now in effect j he thought the board of( trad should!
are casting about for a place to make f was asked his opinion of our city and '
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three stanzas, but many more of like He stated that the purpose of thin beturen Jacksonville: and Tampa come together in some kind of a meet-
their home where the thermometer does unhesitatingly said:
character will follow. These three meeting was to consider the proPo"i'j whuh are on first class freight fifty I I| ing with entertainments every month,
f .' stanzas are: months not hang out around of the twelve.zero mark six tion of the A. C. L Ry. Co. to \ permitted cents per hundred, would, if enforced "I never visited a cleaner city, saw "! and that while it would cost money to
Reese will sing. every to charge a frreater freight be t-ighty cents, \but without this reclurtion I a more beautiful street than Broadway I do so, it would cost the town a much
Woods will speak. One of his schemes, and one that IK rate for intermediate points than it I the railroad could not partil'ipa I or. met jnbre friendly or honpi- :1 greater' amount of money not to do so.I .

Holly will weep. proving most effectual, is to send a charges to seaport terminal point. I le in .the traffic That this onlyiamounted I table people. I iever thought to find I I Lewis O'Bryan thought that the
The committee is h.ourly in receipt small box or grapefruit or oranges; to I He called attention to the two pomt.s .. to f>0 per cent, of the mileage j, such a pr>r of recommendations as to the part some one of hid numerous acquaintances at issue in the interpretation of the I tariff and i if reduced in all bustlies i I as youyhave'here, and on every hand I I to Overcome that were not .
Howard and I Hell and Codrington; in the north, and invariablycomps law. One was that the railroads claim ;, to that busih would be a losh to I I see/nature has paid you people her found elsewhere in the state of Florida -
should be forced to perform during; in return a letter saying that I that they have a right to iais,", the the company He said the revenue rifbr in full. But you are overlooking ; that the members who attended
the meet, but as yet none have been the fruit is the finest they ever saw- rate to a certain point regardless: of I now between Jacksonville, and Tampa' the use of your biggest and most'I Ilron I the meetings were very good mouth
accepted, although several among the and excels in flavor that coming; from the rate to terminal points, and the amounted to about $1,400 per month1' valuable" asset that. of your lake" pieces, but that too many had to getj
list were so sad and lonely that even I i California. This scheme not only attracts other was that the shippers claim that and that if the rire was raised to 'irders[ from men higher up before
*. Walton would have shed copious brine the northern man's attention to 1 the lesser rat must be carried to the I eighty cents, the name rate as the intermediate When he was infornYed that the city'had I'they did any thinIHe\ said that he
All Kissimmee and" the board of ,j Kissimmee_ but opens.up' market for intermediate points that is allowed to points, the road would lose I I taken steps to bulkhead the entire ,I was ready at all times to get together\

trade asks of the" editors in to Come. I| Florida_ jfruit, and ,in the! end proves terminal points. .' all. that .business. . . i iiiesei I water front and layout a hundred-foot I on all questions; and that the presi!
We will perform the balance of the of much value to the whole state. It was to hear opinions, and_arguments up claim mat mere was indirect boulevard along the shore he replied' : dent had the offer of his sword in the
job. Through; .the courtesy of Mr. Wood- along this line that this meeting ,' competition between theRe "That's"U idea. When- that in done I defense.of any proposition for the upI
in the dat beck we -privileged to print a portion points of transportation.Mr. nothing then can hold the people from I
If there is any change ; was convened. here on this occa I water building of Kissimmee.
the editors will be given; warning, bill Iwo i of a letter from a gentleman; to sion. : \ Drew of Plant City asked why coming here; and 'I I venture to say I J. I). Woodbeck' was called to- the
ask them to begin getting; ready, whom he sent a lx>x of grapefruit The chairman then called for representatives railroad charged more to deliver a i your population" will double within the chair by President Triplettand, in
for the stunt will be pulled off hereon produced near this city: from the various counties car) load of sash and doors from Jack- first year. | his characteristic way recited the history
April 8. Osego, Mich., March 17, 1914. towns, boards of trade and any I j f.on"vffle to Plant City than to Tampa, I Continuing, Mr. Orr said: "Another' of the organization l of the Kis
-- .- - --- -- J. I n. Woodbeck, other representative bodies that might!! I I and stated that they could be billed I important thing.you people should not ; simmee Board of Trade and stated
Kissimmee, Fla. desire to be heard. . :1 through to Tampa and rebilled from overlook, and which would add materially ;I that it had been his experience, since
THE LADIES OFMETHODIST Dear Mr. Woodbeck: 1 presume it i Orlando Board, of Trade was represented there back to Plant City for less I to the growth and .wealth of ,! the beginning of the organization that
is almost to that the<<, I I I freight than direct. your community, and that is a packing; I Ihouse.
unnecessary say by Senator, G. Massie. i I of citizen
i, a large body repreesntative
> .. CHURCH: grapefruit you so kindly sent us was Apopka Board of Trade was represented | Mr. Menzes replied that the road Osceola county is one of the I never took any interest in the f
'i delicious ate. It could not live traffic rate j best cattle counties in Florida, and r;
the most we ever by D. W Clark1.Lakeland on a seaport j meetings of the board. Mr. Triplett ;.
I would hardly seem possible that there i I I represented by J. J. Hal- I but must have an intermediate rate there i is no earthly reason why they | proposed that if .membe reMnt ,
t is such a difference in such fruit;, but worthy. in order to live. He added that through; should not be slaughtered here and I every \ .
; '. HOLD MOST ENJOYABLE AND I presume it only goes to, show the I Auburndale represented by E. F. cars can be handled for practically the meat shipped to other cities. The' of would the agree board to that come there to would eye"J"meeting be nothing 'l-\
ENTERTAINING RECEPTION > high state of cultivation that it can Cline. nothing; that it cost 72 per cent to do I by-products of a packing house would I the of -Tit
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its operating and! the progress
." AT HOME OF MRS. be brought; up to, and presume you I Plant City represented by W. C. the business. pay hides expenses of Kissimmee.
in the midst of it, the Mr. Carson then asked if oft the 60 alone would net a handsome return 1if
same
Wells
PFANN. are'right J. G. Nettles end C. B. Root. A. S. Nelson said that tw thought .
r :\. the investment. And w.hen ,
the apple trees. cent basis does it not stand to on I '
as we ar .here among Arcadia represented by D. N. Barkley. per
should to and
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; I speak of hides I speak advisedly every agree
t We were very much in hopes to make lose 12 per cerrt. on its Tampa business I
: the ladies of For I handle them by the thousand, I bring another man with him to the \, .(
The reception given. by you a visit this winter and it seems St. Cloud represented by F-v F. Pope ?
, I next meeting, whereupon the secretary
Methodist church Tuesday afternoon and they cost me today than i
more alive
the ,
that time would not permit. Mrs. and O. 3. Tomlinson, and Kissimmee The answ r to this frag thaL these I i recorded the names of all those : t
1 "I at the home of Mrs. Pfann on Pipp mother and Martha spent Vhe was ably represented by C. A. Carson, of haulled cow did a Jew years ago. A pre
f through cars freight are attached I pack-I' ent that they might be called off at ; ; ,
. decided house would bring .
, :; Emmett street was a success. time in California this winter, but I S. L. Lupfer, J. M. Le, H. C. Stan to a train that has to go, and ing a the.next meeting to see how many .
'to There were about eight present. It have written several times and said ford and C. W. Griffin. the cost of the crew etc., is all saved, I shoe factory a fertilizer plant would comply with Mr. Nelson's -suggestion. : r'-'
afternoon and the dozen other factories here, and Kis .
, magazine
was pro I they wished they had gone to Florida j Besides these representatives of thIN-thus placing it at practically no cost, Ii .
carried out. simmee would become the Atlanta of
. 'i gram was appropriately instead, as they think it is much more |I but when asked Mr. if J'I.f.)
board of trade there were quite a number by' Bryan it : W. D. Clark then addressed the .
by Mrs.: Florida in five years' time.
' The represented
'''. cover was in Florida than,
Marietta Ragsdale, beautifully dressed agreeable and pleasant that |, of our leading citizens who graced; was not a fact that many of these "All this talk about it requiring a meeting, offering some suggestions .on i l
in California. We
presume you I trains carrfed local I
the with through no freight
occasion their ; various subjects.
with bouquet presence. bundle of to these ;: ..
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in a money carry
corsage
well acclimated and ,, '
of pink roses and holding a piece "of are enjoy getting Florida pretty the year around, and we I I After the roll-call the chajrman announced but ran through with
sheet music. Next followed a few hope that it is a short matter of time I that the railroad representatives argument was spoiled. requires is push and go, a united effort and N. C. Bryan to complete the 1'
good magazine articles read by several before we will be able to have the might lead out in their state After the noon hour adjournment on the part of, your people. You committee. new enterprise*, and
of the ladKes. Then came the pleasure of making a southern trip ment of the case, but as Senator Mas the board was again in aesion and the will find plenty.of men with means to said he had a gentleman who desired ..

.. Jokes, which were furnished by a numv and visit ourselves,which we are very lie of Orlando was obliged to leave on investigation resumed where they had back anylegitimateenterprise. ")011 a donation of four acrss of ground and
'.' bar present, and which eaused'mncn much in hopes of doing.It the 1 p. m. train he asked for and left off before dinner.In 'people undertake." ,$1,000 for freight on a ,brick .manu' '.
merriment. The advertisements' were ,was permitted W make his statement a long drawn out argument between. Such- statement coming from the factoring plant. to be- moved 'to "the
.., then taken\ up and. given in a mos seems about time you were, making first.. .' Senator Malls, among other I Mr, Drew of Plant City and south's leading manufacturer sMoiild city.
unique way, Mrs. Wells rendered n a visit to Otsego apin,-but I presume things, .said .that the admlnistratloqpractice' the representatives'of the ,.,'C. L. and carry much weight) .. J. M. Willson, Jr.,. M member of
Florida to be really,
seems your the finance committee stated that it
since it established' in
o very pleasingly.ihe was the' S. A. L. railways' it was shown
-,'- Neighborhood Club" a short permanent home now and we trust 1899 permitted railroads to make maximum that cement and plaster were being LIST OF JUROKa would be easy-matter r to raise the
Vwas'given by a number} of the that y6n and Mrs,, Wood ck. are enjoying rates, but the new (.a.... that was shipped to Tampa via Plant City at List of jurors drawn to s rre-ai the necessary funds for a legitimatepiopvoiition

." Iadi.., and they' wpre,withusiast'caJyapplauded .1-. "the land of sunsVine and ffaw- passed in 1813 provides that short $166 1>hundred pounds and at the April- term of, the county court:, to that would brine factory to
er hauls shall meet"on"the ISth day of April A. D. Kissimmee employing the number of'
\ I.. Last but not least came not exceed in rate the long same time charging Plant City $2.16
'' i the'dalnly'refreshments' punch and Also hoping' that ... may reciprocate haul unless permitted to' do so by the for the. same service.. The .same was 1914. J. E. Roberts-J... & Bratton.'.1 men necessary to operate,this plant,
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,,':; ;f jvfr .., cake, ana 'whieh',", .r .very delicious.Tbisrioved for B nr klndDe..' lit remember railroad eommbsi ...rs. .He.admitted found, to be true tn regard to'win* M. Eubanks, D. R.lUl.nniaz. a, SPar- and he believed that Klsslmmee: had<'<-
"l to-be such a succei* that ",cue as 'the ladles tire p ftmIIlr to hold tome- ..:Yours verytru, right to raise the rate .between,' tor. Nimlts,' ,A.,:.1. Barber.JU-C.' Austin.. -( t ,ie.\l

,. thing. jO.. MRS: 'E PPP. .minal points.. :'He declared: that it was (Continued on. page twelve.), i R A.. Bowen- and'"-J.'" J-,'Adam1' ,-. <<.., ., ...(Continued. "" -nrp tw \ ::1
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,, y- dare the terms ..nei .'conditions on 'RepdbllC. will begin sessions of the- i triklnhowed dn the screen over half J )t
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CANDIDATES which legal electors ,hall be declared, ANNUAL campment at 9.. m. The W.. R. 'G, ADVERTISINGTHE[ a hundred The views of scenes in'the Are-' .y:( *

[and party taken; therefore as proper, members. of each and The the Woman's Ladies of Relief the G.Corps A R.will at 10:30.hold: !in tie.clrcle.the school house performance and was was for given the. .ji'B,:

"Be it resolvedby the. Fourth Congressional its memorial services for+ the departed benefit of the new church the people .: ''i'
I of that little town will erect
Democratic committee, that dead at 10:30: and the department durinC''j
I IN FOURTH in addition to the qualifications specified REUNION ident, Mrs. Elmina C.+Westcott,pres-.will ROAD the summer The house was and > \
I considerable sum was realized.'e,
in said chapter 6469, only white \ deliver her. 'annual address at 2:30.: a .. -
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Mr.: Entrikin has made two
legal electors shall be permitted to The L. T.: Mitchell Corps I No. ,12, of I ? trips to-
vote the democratic ticket in the ensuing St. Cloud will exemplify"" work of the Arctic ci/cle the first with the/ex. I"I "ue'

-- primary." I the order. At 7:30 p. m. the department : TOSUCCESS I pedition that went in search of Lieutenant 4 1\,
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DISTRICT Mr -W.J: Seartrhavingtendered,i i ,- OFG.A.RrWill president and her staff will tender : Pearl' and he it was who had _..(.
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his resignation as secretary ,of the I I I a reception' Ji deparlmentreonT-:' the" finding lost explorer '
committee the opening of the ,I mander, William Sigginsrand his staffat 1' ills isecond' Ertp"w-as"lnM ire first f'I;
eating, Mr. Butler made motion, 'I. - the new St. Cloud hotel, and at 8:30: fleer to Lieutenant !Mary, an* again .,.\ '
which was adopted, that the resignation -' the G. A. R. he was fortunate'tri carrying ff the -;.
will hold

t'' Will Stump the District in I be given; be accepted a vote of and thanks that for Mr.his Sears efficient I Be Held at St. Cloud R,On W.Wednesday R. C. and, Ladies April a, campfire.15 of, the the G.G. A A. Underlying Principle! 'of) =All !,! hands honors that of the built expedition the snow, for itfiyas h0u e his in '.( ijl':i

.service to the old committee.. and R. will again go into session and elect ..'which the Peary baby was'born. j'e?'
Bunch the present one |I. 14 I II the various officers for the ensuing Business Life While on these trips Mr. Entnkin ?
The meeting adjourned subject to April year. The parade will also be a feat- / I took views of the landscape and animals "*,.S
,- the call of the chair.J. ure for this day's program In the _, I and people, and had them developed J
--- 1L REESE, Secretary' I on his return to this'country ,.
evening another will be held.
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COMMITTEE I.'IESSSESS- : 1914 MAN WHO HIS BEEN FN;: (,\(.l;.:J) I Those who have had the of
New Smyrna, Ha, March 25, MOST ELABORATE PROGRAM HAS The town will be in gala attire and the pleasure } ?
MENT OF $25 ON EACII CANDIDATEFISH i ,' - -" I I HEKN PROMISB1J-FOKTHE EN- bands will play from morning until IN I'RISTJ1Bl1sl; :s.;. I'OU I I viewing these scenes say they are the Jrvlmost
OF "0- i night. The business houses and pub- TWENTY-FlVft'YEARS'1ELLSTHE i perfect ever taken, and that their +
I I TERIAINMENT OF THE lic buildings will be gaily decorated. 'value will some day be recognized by 9
LUSIA ELECTED I \'ISITOHS-\.IST\ sioin or! IllSSI''CE.SS. : the world's geographical society Y,
COMPANY OF The following chairmen have been : __ )
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CIJ\KMAN| : J I COMMITTEE appointed: .
CHAIR- Reception committee, Rev. J. B
} The following; ill taken from the Orlando I W l'stCOtt.ASllignment. :Mr Adolph I. /illei aimed' in Kis PUBLIC MEN
Sentinel of Tuesday! : | !MEN. I committee John Anderson. simmee ten days ago from New Albany , ,
FORMED ATBASSENGER
The /Fourth congi<'sisonal district I Indiana, for aisit with his .

committee, whkh met ...t'w:: Smyrna I St (loud will have the honor of entertairung De'coratmg; committee, ., Comrade brother-in-law, h A. N"IJ1Il''l'r, but
yesterday, fixed an assessment of $2r:! ; the state encampment of IJowersPrinting. more especially to escape the extreme WILL "
each to be paid by the candidates for the .rand' Arrfiy of the I Republic. on Comrade Smith. cold that has pre\ailed at !his home TALK
congress in this dmtnct, and paused 'I 'I April 14 and 15. Great preparationsare Badges and souvenirs, Comrade during the past month. Miillcrhas ;
resolutions providing; fen a speaking; 1 being made tr.d fully 5,000( visitors Parns ,a most engaging; manner and
Itinerary and specifying that t onl> I an expected All the committees have The W R. C. has appointed the f pi- ing; personality, the elements pleah'I I
t ._ .white electors: tiliull IK. permittee! to I : hewn appointed and are working in lowing chairmen for the several committees U make a I successful business man --, DRAINAGE

vote in the primary of June 2. To Manufacture New Kind harmony to make this, :-t. ('Ioud's'IirAt, : Bemg$ a newspaper publisher> ht' nut .t
The committee met in the Ocean convintion a success, :Many distinguished : Reception, Mrs. Anna Squires umlly paid his respects to. the Valley.I )
House at :2 o'clock :Mi W. J. Scars, I visitors art1 cxpertc-d! Amongthe Assignment:: Mrs Ansliaugh! Gazette; and during conversation -- c 1
who was secretary of the' Second| disc ] most piominent will lie the national Accommodation, Mrs I-urman with the writer stated that never" in : 1-
c trict committeebefeue the passage" I of Fertilizer prc.si"!U.nt of the Woman's Re- Pram, Mrs Hoffer all his life had he visited a city \\hciprospentj /'<' Southern Governors Will
of the redistiiiting) rice which tians, ,, luffoiiis, :Mrs l Ida l S. MiHndeofln- Press, Mrs Mathews.coraling appealpil,. t.i !h. universal"_ I
formed the Second fnlo the 1'ourth, I dUinajmj I n.I l ami others )Department 1 "- ;, Mrs Miptha (George not a person had he nut lure but whowu I
with the elimination of a few, cnunlici., I II ASK hOK OVI:. :: 11101 S.\\II: OR t Headquarters} | : of ttie 'f}. AB, Church, Mrs. Kinney. ', a .booster. for the <'it\ and IK- I Be Present '
of ailed the. I Floral l; Mrs. Flora Croc hived they liven cliiictlj' in the H"'I" a
and the addition one i '
))En01( SA)tl'LIA"H i: : M ,\u and W K ( also the Indiesof the
meeting to ordei. He staled that .the rind; Army of the Republic, will I be Telegrams; Mrs Annette Smith den spot of the earth."Vourjlirnate .
7 meeting which had been calkd) to take JTIJo: :: '1011 l KMSII: TilE I established at the new St (..loud Refreshments, Mrs. Emma Williams !, alone," said !Mr.il, e --- H:

place at JacksonvilleMarch.! 14 lackedone KINO: HIMii. no Among the social 1 events will be the I h i ler, "should. be the cause- of Kissimmi' (MISSIOM-RS\ (): : OF AfiRKUL1 :f

of having a quorum and had been I TilE: \\ onkllaxMngcr I citi/e-ns, reception. _hieh jyll! be held Post Commander Bullard has chargeof becoming one of the principal cities I HE. OH'K IALS FROM WASHINGTON !'!
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all the details of the encumpmentj of the southeast for doubt ,
adjourned to meet at New Smyrna.He :Momlaenening, April la, in the par- I ; it beyond
suggested the, reorganization; of I I burs of the new St Cloud hotel: MrVcss and has as hm assistant Mrs. J. B. [''surpasses i anything I ever before' ex I ) 'AM LEADING; #..,
the commjtt"c'. us the Fourth clistnct, I ; I Fla.. Manh i':\, 1M14\ I Suiies(| chairman of the ..itiz nR' Westcott, the department president -penenced, but then you have soil that 11EN: (OF AFFAIRS TO t/.
committee, and this organization wax i We, the undii I signed, wish to announce committee, will, he the host, and Mrs .... -- ', I will produce practically every varietyof DISCUSS PROBLEMS t'
the election of Judge to the people of Osce-ola coun fruit, and vegetable, are at the headof '
perfected by 1/icla Moslvei, chairman of the (citizens' It makes a man mad all over to ; 0,10' DRAINING ;
Bert Fish of Del.and as chairman and |Ily and elsewhere the fart that we ,' reception committee, will be the hostess discover how easily he ran thread a navigation; to the gulf; and ocean,
J. II. Reese of Orlando as secretary i have organized l what is to he known They will !In1 assisted in receiving needle when he has to, after bragging and from what I learn are practically SOUTH'SWASTE '. ;
The roll-call showed the following I UH the* t Osceolu supply* ussoc'lation. to I bv :Mrs. J. B. Westcott department I all his life that nobody but a mollycoddle I immune from frost Great Scott, if '
counties represented In located at the village of Hassinger president of thc W. It. C., and the could do it. your town, with all these advantages, LANDS.
Semmole-Flank A, Woodruff I We intend to manufacture. what i>- to chairmen, of the various' commitU-es -- --- I doesn't become a great fault ---
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Volusia Bert Finn In:_. known us the \-Ka 1 fertilizer It, Un ucsday the Grand Army of the-j)I Subscribe. to The Valley Gazette lies with your people- Nature does Savannah '; \
Ga. .
March
25
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make for debt t'
Putnam--W. E Warren will Kiour aim to a special : not owe jour People'gne .nt-I.
ii Palm Beach-George; O, Butlei I trli...... for eveisort of soil! that the I II is paid in full" galore; United States senators nota 1
\ Dade-G. Duncan Hrossie-r south has We intend to feed the soil, II I In speaking of the efficacy of advertising few, congressmen from several
Monroe-W. II. Malone with its necessary> needs, and then the I II Mr. /iller said : states, railroad men of prominence, l
'y Osceola-W. J. Sears soil! will appeal to the wants of whatit I "Being in the punting and publishing high department officials from Washington
Orang. -J. II. Reese huB to deal with. Show us the kind business for the past \went.yfive engineers of international t'
k'' The courtesies of the floor were extended of soil you have and what you wish to II years in the city of New Albany Ind, fame, state .commissioners of agriculture "
'j to former Congressman Charles grow in it, and we will furnish you a H. C. STANFORD CO. srjuated on the Ohio river, I have from probably all the southern t,;
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1 Dougherty, and to the candidates for fertilizer that will bring you gratifying I come in contact with business men states, together with hundreds of business '
congress, all of whom were present results What we want is one who lacked the knowledge/: of successful men of large affairs, will gather 'i
with the exception of Congressman thousand orders for samples, for which advertising Newspaper advertis- at Savannah April 22-25, in one of the
< Claude L'Engle. we will book your order an they come, ing in our city a decade ago was hard most important conventions of the i3
.' The first matter to have attention twenty-live pounds in each sample, f. ly thought of. The merchant, was sat year, that of the National Drainage "
was the petition of Messrs Albert W o. b. State in your sample-order the isfied to do a local business, not think- congress; whose sole purpose is the. '.',
1 Williamson, St. Elmo W Acosta and kind of soil you have, the kind of ing that he could extract business stimulation of public interest in the ., ,
,, W. J. Sears, candidates, that the committee trees or vegetables you wish to grown from his competitor ten or twenty draining of the great swamp areas land +
__ map out an itinerary for the and we will fill it to the letter The Latest News fromSHOEDOM blocks away, until he was told, and lowlands of the country. ,
___ 1 y candidates to follow during the campaign. proof pf the pudding is in the eating had it practically demonstrated to him Naturally this congress is of supreme ,
The petition was not signed This is our plan: We have spent thir- that he could. Many merchants that importance to the south, and i
by"W. II. Malone nor by Congressman ty-five years with this branch of our could not afford to employ an ad. more especially to the chain of states
4 I/EngU. work, but, remember, to study the soil writer had the ability, but were too extending from the Potomac to the Ritf \
The chairman invited the candidates of Mother Earth and what it will\ timid to have their original thoughts Grande, each of which has within its :t, t
to express their views in regardto produce is an interesting study, of put into print, fearing that it wouldbe borders many hundreds of thousands ,J,,
arranaJna.uch an itinerary. Mr. which there is no top. We intend to subject to criticism. Consequently of acres of rich lands which, if reclaimed -'i',
y Williamson was the first to respond. improve everything that our soil will a few that djd venture to come out will yield the largest crops ire i j
1 H. said that he favored the Idea because produce. We intend to give new lustreto i from under the peck measure, as it known in the world's history. Already !
.t it would be of great advantage the rose. The god of nature ha.sl were, into the light copied after the great works along this line are r f
to> tha..candldates. had previous campaigns done so much for the Sunny South 4 other fellow, thereby feeling perfectlysafe under way in North Carolina. In 4
he said it ,happened that ,that thete is little left for man to do. from the intrigue of a criticizing Georgia the drainage of the Okeeth o- j}.
candidates had been invited to ad- We also intend to erect an extensive public. kee swamp has engaged attention for i
.dress meeting 'and after traveling packing house at the junction of the Spring Styles in both Ladies'' and "Today those primitive conditions I], some years, while the vast projectst

kmndreds of miles to.be present had railroad and Kissimmee river, wherewe have changed wonderfully, Since then, having as their object the drainage \t
aot been liven ,an 'opportunity to] can have a union platform, and Gents low cuts are arriving each however, every man who ventures out the Everglades in Florida have centered ,>,'
I peak. This occurred, he. said, when] where we can receive vegetables from into the swift current of commercial' 'the attention'of engineers, land ,
t the meetings had been managed for east, north or soutfl-on! the river and week. ism knows that an incentive to successful promoters, colonization agents, and *C
ii the benefit of local candidates, and pack and load them on the cars. We business career is true advertising leaders of agricultural development '!
't bad worked ar'hardahtp on other candidates intend to matte this department of our i It must be reckoned as apart upon that state. Jn Florida Georgia. I_
who were not in the favor of work so that every grower cannot of his capital and one of the greatest and probably other coast states of the V
M the local managers. afford to miss the chance of doing business assets of a live business in this age south, neighborhood drainage projects \:
Mr. Malone expressed himself as with us. We intend also to keepin Gents }Patent Tan and Gun Metalin Withdraw the; advertising fron this are also under way that will bring into ,,f{
opposed to the idea He said it would stock at all times a full line of pack great .country and you drain the life- cultivation considerable sectiohs of y,
q interfere with the individual campaigns ing material, of fruit, berries and all the latest shapes. blood of commerce now unprofitable and unhealthy land. ?
: that the candidates would map vegetables, such as the people will "The merchant that builds up his South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi [u ,P
(= out for themselves, and as for himself want, at a reasonable price. If it is business on Ideal advertising, it must and Louisiana all have their great "
he didn't feel like giving up his necessary we will put in this enter be understood, has many obstacles to drainage problems and the delegates '"
a own plan of campaign to follow that prise one hundred thousand dollar? encounter One merchant can spend from those states will-naturally be in- V
which the committee might arrange and if the people will give us their Ladies' new style Baby Pumps in fifty dollars in advertising and another terested participants in the discussions l ,
Yet, he said, if the committee arranged j' business we will promise them fair I ten dollars the merchant spending at this third congress devoted to drainage '
an itinerary he as al! candidate dealing:, so that it will become necessary and fifty dollars may not get the results work. i
would feel somewhat obligated to fol- for you to pull down your old Patent Colonial Ankle strap. that the merchant who spends The seven hundred or more deleKat..s \'
low it barns and build larger ones. ten dollars gets It is obvious to see and guests of the congress will ?,
Mr. Sears said he waR willing to Signed by $3.00 to $5.00. whthe: former did not know how, be cordially entertained by the mu- of
leave the matter entirely with the R L PEARCE, and the latter. did It's a detrimentto nieipality of Savannah and ,its business g,
committee He taw some advantages W. P. UNDERHILL, any newspaper to accept advertisjifg! ( men. A sea trip on an ocean *
'and some-disadvantages in followingan C. W. HILLIAKD.I from the former class of advertisers, steamship, an inspection of the strong l
( itinerary, but was ready to join S UNDERHiLL, simply' because they do the coast fortifications at Fort Screven on 1Tyb
e the other candidates in making the P. H. M ;NELEY. They are going fast. Come in desired results expected, holding the 8a Island, with a dress parade of4
plan a success. Address all orders to medium responsible for it. the garrison and military concert and *
,, Mr. Acosta said he was heartily in THE OSCEOLA SUPPLY ASS'N, while can be fitted. "The selection of your medium to a fish dinner,. will be among the feat- ,
t4i favor of the Idea. He saw in ita op- Bassenger, Fla. you give publicity to your desires is one urea arranged for them. For the genera J
eration a better chance to get before -'. of the first essentials in advertising ] public a magnificent floral parade, ,;j
., the people at a smaller expense for all The merchant, like the buying public, ,he first ever held in Georgia, and other l
;t the candidates, and less trouble fore VOLUNTEER FIREMENDO wants to buy his advertising as cheap popular amusements are being'ar- > r
Ute people. BK he can .consistent with the circula- ranged In appreciation of the (importance - !
e Ex-Congressman Dougherty was SPLENDID WORK tion of the paper. Again, the adver of the congress and its work li
; 4 asked for an opinion, and responded being, must appeal to the public. It to the south, all railroads have grant7 l d
x by saying that he was in favor of the H. C. STANFORD CO. must carry something attractive-: in every ed the cheapest rates possible for the }
itinerary. He said it would be the Monday morning, about 6:45: o'clock, insertion. Another cardinal ,point occasion, giving the delegates and VisItors :'
(j gaaans of getting out a bigegr vote the fire" alarm was sounded and the in advertising is to back up what you from a week to ten days' stay in >_
.: than would otherwise be the case because volunteer firemen were seen hurrying say in print, as you can deceive the Savannah. /
p more people'would become In- to the station, and in a short time the public but once. That which will build
terested. heavy auto truck was scorching down you up, will also tear 'you down unless AffEGING
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Mr. Woodruff suggested that an Emmett street toward the location of you do honest advertising.
;'. itinerary be arranged by the committee the fire, which originated from the ex- --, "I am a member of the firm of
F' to include the county seats of the plos.lQJof a gasolene cook stove in Ewing &: Ziller, printers and publishers AT ST. -CLOUD DEPOT
+ r thirteen counties in the district, and of the 'Home f
'i the kitchen of G. M. Reeves, who occupies Organizer, an ad- _
Captain Broader\ made a motion, vertising medium of 5,000 circulation
the J. II. Barclay house at cor- ,
''Which was adopted, that the whole ner of Bryan street and Rose avenue which goes into every home every The parting of friends at air tij* !' ."
v 1 matter be referred is sad, but when those friends
to a campaign The firemen were delayed for son-e Saturday morning, delivered by twelve have ,
J k committee to be composed of the little time In .trying to locate the fire carriers who begin at 6 o'clock a. m. lived their aMotted time and are only .I'.,
chairman, the secretary and the memllaer and finally started_without knowindefinit.ely and finish in two hours. We have at on earth through the goodness of God, J'
from Seminole\ it is doubly ead.
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county.: fire present a six-page, eight-column
where t.he located
Was pa-
,i The candidates were asked to submit but fortunately they were headed in per carrying: between seventy and St. Cloud, our young sister city, is / '
'; to the campaign committee their the right direction and reached the' eighty yearly contract advertisers, ina largely populated with men and wornj I't
suggestions as to when the en who have reached three and '! i
town of
i speaking fire in time to prevent serious | 25,000 population, which is score
s tour should! commence, these suggestions damage any | I MO CHS CVKR CAM TO OR/a1 conclusive evidence that newspaper ten, and their affection each for the 'y'
if ? to be made within ten days. Mr. By heroic work the occupants of On: rRorI NuNialtAILaD .0 POlSLia advertising that is given proper attention other grows the stronger as the years
3' ,ia -", Williamson suggested that the campaign the house had kept the. fire from Bv COMSUMIM own COT of. PltlrlB ROAST DttPS I believe, will yield greater returns roll by. Many old soldiers spend only :ti
t' begin the first Monday in May spreading and when the department' for money expended than the winters there, returning to their <
any
,'I but the matter having been referredto arrived it few other form of advertising" northern homes when the trees begin '
was onlya moment.
the committee, no action was taken. to bud and the birds to sing.
'. ,.-.,The campaign will include the fol with until water.the flame. were smothered out For You the Greatest Pains We'll Take PICTURES Monday morning the writer, who f

I lowing town:.-Key West, Miami, West The damage to the bouse and furniture Of lives at a station beyond St. Cloud, 'Pain Beach, Fort Pierce, Kissimmee, will was coming into Kissimmee and as the V
"- ,TitusvIU, Orlando, Sanford, D Land, like perhaps flM), but amount without to something the- A Juicy Chop or Tender Steak THE ARCTIC REGION ;train rolled into the depot at St. Cloud ?;
,'Palatka; Green Cove Springs, St. Au- prompt service of the firemen the loss there floated on the air the strains of y 4that'
i a ;'gnstine and Jacksonville. might have been total and would have beautiful BOng,' "God Be With ff
f yA The committee. then took action asaeasinff amounted to several' hundreds of dol- A Boiling Piece of Roast So RareWe'll THROWN ON TilE SCREEN ATNARCOOSSEE You Till We Meet Again," and there /'
F each candidate $26 to defray 1&re. BY MR. S. J. br the aide of. the train stood a choir ,
; ,the expense of the committee, and Dr. Our fire boys have again demonstrated ENTRIKIN. of aged men and women telling their ,*;'
Trim for You the Greatest Care. ,
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_ cWmT.n'offer.d. the following reaol the fact that they are an absolute V I good-bye with as sweet music :"-{
j 110ft.''whIchUopted : as we ever heard. *
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necessity in our city and -we When we come to think of it thuTT ?
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;'( 't 7 Whereas, chapter 0469 Acts of could not well afford to part with Is an awful small world. And that There were many moist eye in that f;,.
(;' awe. oftFlorida,. provide that multitude as the train the '.
\ 1018; them. fact was brought to left station
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& of each RULL BASS MARKET Phone 304 forcibly A molt :;
the axecntlrecommittee politteal 189 Broadway of the Narcoossee fitting farewell. ,

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ago man and'beast inhabited the"peninsula '> kopecks ((44.8' cents), respectively" ''iis, aiwj :Community' Dswilope.et'P' '

and destroyed by' MIfflEY Hungary the -wages agricultural 1 laborers KNTONMESA I an exchanges -, ?! ,
fINJSO were some
;: F mighty/ cataclysm. Condition!, of. them MOREFOR4HE increased, about 60 percent, H* found that")nIndiana?; there ":"' ',

: remain: warrant* VepTitable: ciorttiti ." .., in ten )ears from 1897 to 1907. In 1 1, 2.778 town and In the,last decade _; ."
to figure'.their front SS.CKJQ to ,. .. Denmark, !r .1S$2i.1S$2 to }903,wage* of l or SO prcent.. of them lost la population .
ages!
farni labor, with. ''board; increasec that of the 2,778 town only 71 .
HISTORIC; I 100,000 years l.hero, about SO per cent,and without. board had a commercial.club" and not one of .
f Down at Silver Springs, 22 per cent. In Sweden wage. .of agricultural -: then lost 'in'population the.sam '
1s a "boneyard" f com, which hundred; .( I boren' increased 3.8 percent length of time1, and of th..139< that'd4Wi. ...
; of bone have been dug.; The vertebrae in- the ten' year from 1898 to lose in population, not one' had any; ',
t. of !halea, a* much as nineteen incheiIn' . : 1908. For Norway we Have data showIng civic:organization,and In'.all 'of.them '\
lNTEBESJ. diameter,, have been found there. FARMHAND the wages Inc( ( country and in CIRCULAR there. was antagonism among the busIness .,,
f In a pond nearby the petrified remains town,. wherein is shown that..wages. ,men;,.that'I., outside of their.
(}_sea monster nearly hundred,feel l .. '
9 ) with board,,' inere.84HI119 per cent.- in : business

'_" l____ .. :.. .. _: _....:: ._,;..": . \JPpc.wonderful J .J'e\alnv8ffft.: )\, formation ijjSomeUmeBlty-sparkles like .:....-,...:::1._ :. _______.. _._....."......;'\\.1; -i'per-eent."lnutown.," -..-- -. '' - He'fonnd-in-Uies.,6.3 ''to'WJI.' ther h,.
:.g during the ten -I895 to 1905, thus either no at shoes
years was. newspaper
'Visifors 'to.p diamond In the sunlighC.ScientUts'beli Than For the''':Man Who showing a grater gain in eoiihfrj .. In Ii'' Interest of His Raci poor one, and that the poor newspapers .. ",
To' Entertatn': )li -'that the midshipmite of the than in town wages, in Japan, whew were caused by lack, of patronage *;fi
depths of the ocean and this. aea monster "
economic condition have been .chang by the business men.'and. that;:th r*
: Reunion are.of the same species, :Works'In .JhD'cl: ing ,rapidly, the'yearly faoney -wages 'For i' Confederate Both'an'ci and-rnodem Florida are ; of 'I1 agricultural labor more than would interest the people of the townor

.I wonderful. The gradual'evolution, ;' doubled .in'the fourteen( : years ""from' .... I: < that would interest ;the")80pl.o, ,
..1 through,{the work of nature of a sea 1894 to 1908 and increased 4$ -percent I. the vicinity who cam;: to town H* ..
+ .PRINCIPAL.AMONG .WHICH ST.i waste into',the garden: spot of AmerJica WAGES RAISING FASTER IN THE. "'from.1898 to ,|908. SENATORS FLETCHER AND TILL also found that the percentage. of matt----1- t1,
AUGUSTINE AT WHICH PLACE i, forms a most wonderful story -in COUNTRY THAN .CITIES. Land ValueaJIav Nearly doubled MAN DISCLAIM ANY AUTHORITY order business don. ..in these towns.
i geology and topography. The traveler FARM VALUES NEARLY Although farm wage in the United i was much higher than other towns of ,
k IS THE OLDEST FORT IN of today looks out of scar window .'-- States Increased .about 87 percent' GRANTED&DENT; N \V J the sata.aize through the,.state. H*.

UNITED .STATES. .. on'i+fields and gardens, green with DOUBLED. from' 19oo.to 1910, land values nearly TO USE THEIR ,_ sums' the matter .up the:
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.... vegetation and. sparkling with flowers ( ------. doubled in.. he same time -indicating 'NAMES ; "My Investigation.over- state of
t Jacksonville, Fla., March. 23.-. nd wonderr"1fDw.it was that a Washington 'I). C.. March 24-.--The that in the distribution d: the pro- -" Indianba..oonvincect', : m* of, one
, are a great many points of historic Interest combination between man and nature money wages of farm labor increased ceeds from farming operation a !larger -.. I. think, and that is, if oar country town
a around Jacksonville for people accomplished the' change. He beholds about 2.5 per cent during the put proportion-now goes to capital account (By Wnifi,.ld Jones.) and communities are to survive and-

; to visit when they come to the Con- these wonderful Flprida cities and year, and about 11 per cent. during and legs to-labor account: than Washington, Dl.C: March 21,-Th are to meet the competition,of the
federate reunion here jn.,. May. Just I towns, alive with modern energy and I the past tour-years. Since 1902 the formerly; the interest rate of. return most' remarkable campaign document present day; they must do it.through:
k .r"p south of Jacksonville, for example enterprise, shipping fruits and vegetables -! increase has been about 36 per cent. on the capitalized value of land, how. ever heard of here has Just -reached organization. The very'fact that the1' ,
Y old St. Augustine, one of the wonders to all parts of the country, anda These estimates ate 4> sed -upon reports ever, is probably less now than twen- Washington. '..* town, that have civic .organisation
; \t of the Americalcontinent.. stream of gold flowing back In ..ex of correspondent of the bureauof ty-five or thirty yean ago. The value It is circular letter .sent out by; have not suffered abet in population'and '

"+i (:f() Situated on the .Atlantic: ocean, but change. lie sees railroads and steam- statistics (agricultural forecasts) per acre. of crop production increased John V Penton of MlanopyFlorlda: where the civlc'condltions are not ,
miles south of 'Jacksonville St. ships carrying an immense tonnage of of the department of agriculture. about 60 per cent. from 1900 to 19)0. who i Is a' candidate for congress from at such a low ebb, proves to m. that'' *tl
: j fifty between the Florida producerand Wages of farm labor tended The of harvest over
will be- .visited by hundredsr freight upward premium wage the Second Florida district. organization I I. one of th'method: for
Augustine: reunion week. This the foreign consumer. Florida ii during the decade of the seventies day-wage/ r 1r the-Tarn:'to The circulars were presumably' dent saving'the'eountrytownKrcmUnOkla. ; *.

) ., .ancient f people city during, with its forts and its missions the great fruit and vegetable .basketof ; they were almost stationary daring gradually lessening. Thirty year ago to a large number of commission merchants ( .) Journal. .*,

J-'I>f t its mediaeval urine and its nar- the nation. the eighties, and declined from wages at harvest averaged nearly ij row streets, together .with its modern A Confederate reunion held under 1892 to 1894, since which time they cent. higher than wages at other Mr. Benton follows, ver baUm
,1 hotels, i is the oldest settlement in and among such attractive environ- have' steadily tended upward. Farm than harvest time; twenty years ago P. O. Box 335, Gainesville, Fla.
America. ments is something new and attrac- wages now compared with wages dur the premium was about 42 per cent.; Most all large transportation corporatlons --
tive. To visit -these points of historic ing the eighties, are about S& per cent ten years ago, about 35 per cent., andla.t have been ejected to our IFWEADQPTJ
; The settlement at St. Augustine interest and enjoy the hospitality of higher; compared with thl low year year 32 per cent: Perhaps this United States congress to make law
antedates that of Jamestown by fortyyth'ree'years the people of Jacksonville will be a of 1894, wages are now' about 67 per is due in part to improved laborsaving that will benefit their interests and J
a I ; it is fifty-five years older privilege that the veterans and their Cetttrhigher. harvest machinery, and in part block legislation that will\ affect
4 than the Plymouth colony. Historians friends can enjoy' but once. In view The current average rate of farmwagesJLnthe to an improved system of farming, by theirInterest.Now why-not the. fruit :AUSTRALIAN
write much Jamestown and Plymouth of this fact Jacksonville,and .all of United States when, which the labor-demand IsTmore-even- .
sing of them, as theoldest board included' is' t.hem nth \ .- andproduc&eommiasIoasnerchantj4fAmerica -- --- +
. poets Florida, expects all reunion attend- IS by ;;: ly distributed 'Uirough'Ueyear.The elect to
'r ' settlemnets of the new world, each $21.38 by the day, other than when board Is a man or men our
v ance'records to be broken. ; boar money wages United States congress to look out for;
seemingly oblivious the fact that at harvest, $1.57. When cent leas '
$1.16; I furnished is About 3D"per
and him
o- ,.. ,,ci St. Augustine is more than a genera1SV is not included, the rate is, by the than when board Is not included; that, their himself interest-to and.have have such pledge) laws. METHODS
!. : tion older than either. month the day, other than t what try
$30.31; by is, nearly one-third T a man that would benefit their inter-
'*' St. Augustine with its splendid old SPONSORSAND harvest, $1.50; by the day at harvest, earns is charged to board. This ratio passed ests. This, in my: judgment, can onlybe ;
' is but a in the
age and much modernism $1.94.Farm has not changed materially past accomplished byjputting candidate
+ couple of hoursride from the thriving Wa..eJllehet In Went. thirty ye.ars.NOTED '
:
moral and
for election unde? both
Jacksonville with its modern Wages in different sections of the Treatment
city of financial obligation a* a corporation In The Care and ,
t skyscrapers and twentieth century en. United States vary widely, averaging does.
terprise. A visit to the ancient city MAIDSOFHONOR highest in the far western states and DOCTORS O.K.DODSON'S 'd'"
) Will be one of the many delightful and lowest in the south Atlantic states. "1 would be pleased now If you Will "Of( Wool '
I ; educating side trips for reunion visit- For instance, the monthly rate, with- LIVER TONE write me as soonas"possible if you : .
; + ors. They will enjoy the trip and get out board is $56,50 in Nevada, $54 in will contribute $5 or UO to my cam --' J. .
. "' chance to look down the centuries Montana, and $5l in Utah; but $17.90in paign fund, or as much 'as you feel : < c' -'" '
t South Carolina, 19.60 in Missis disposed to contribute' whether small BETTER BUSINESS'PRAGIC ' '
350 years. St. Augustine I. in- '- J I Beat Medical Skill Employed to Insure o.-Jarge. sqthat I can Know just what r
For more than 200 years sippiand $20.20 GeorgiaThe. -SHOULD,ADP-TEN PF.It CENT. ,. '
Correetoes.of FormUliAiLAgree to depend and I will further state ; ;
was the Spanish capital of Florida I highest state average, $56.50, is thus on '
i ; and the Florida of those days ex- -- seen to be 3.2 times higher than 'the I I Dodson's is Reliable that not one cent of whatever is con- TO WOOL GROWERS'iRE( *
tended from the Chesapeake bay to lowest rate 1790. and Safe. tributed to my .campaign fund will be TURNS DURING NEXT' .

k the Pacific ocean. It was an impreg- Of Reunion of Confederate This wide difference in the wage I used for any other purpose than for SEASON; -.
nable stronghold all of those years. rates in different sections of the Unit- the legitimate expense, in making thrace < -
I' Old FortMarion, begun in 1592 and ed States is gradually lessening. In Ii Steven of the most successful physicians for congress."I -

finished in 1756, it the only mediaeval VeteransWILL seven' investigations made between in United States, selected for denounce the recent Cole law Washington: D.. .C., ,March' 23-- ( M
castle in America. It cost an enormous 1866 and 1881, the average wages of I their experience and ability, were passed in New York state as class legislation : American wools were,sent to market +'
sum of money. Repeatedly heavy IN THE farm day labor (without board) in I'paid heavy fees to study and test the [ and an Imposition upon commission graded and put .up a* attractively **. "
drafts of the builders caused the king PARTICIPATE the far western states (where wages ,, formula of Dodson's. Liver Tone and merchants. ) are Australian wools i. --estimated-! -

.: of Spain to inquire if they were build- GREATEST FLOWER SPECTA- were highest( was about 180 per cent. all agreed that it was a fine llodson's >and> "If you require it I can send you a that an Increase In price of as much ,'
ing Fort Marion of gold dollars. They CLE EVER SEEN IN THE higher than in the south Atlantic reliable remedy for family the use. of- sketch of my life, and you will then as three cents a. pound might b* recelved -'
castle stands today in perfect condi- states (where wages were lowest); Liver Tone takes place l '. Wool '
+ SOUTHERN STATES. calomel. This is exactly what it l ia see from same that I have been a produce by the grower. grower,
the United States whereas, in seven investigations made
tion, guarded by ---- commission merchant In our great dealer and"manufacturer* generally'admit
C government The keeper conducts vis- since 1898, the western states averaged made for and has'been made for ever city of New York for fifteen years. ;:that the Arne system f (01'lack ;
itors through the castle, down into Jacksonville, Fla., March 24.-U about 110 per cent. higher than since the first bottle was put up and five yean at one time and ten at an- .of system) ,U very bad,..and ,at '7
the dungeons, and shows you rings in plans .now under discussion here for the south Atlantic, and in the past sold.There imitations of Dodsons!. other.. I am also a producer of fruit the annual meeting of the adonalWoOl '"
a. the walls where victims of Spanish the parades at the reunion are carried year they were only about. 90 per cent are and produce,, in my native state, Florida Growers' association 1n'"SaltLaka'CityUth
t oppression were chained to die. Report out, and it is vety probable that higher. Liver Tone for which extravagant where I expect to.become,a candidtae : considerable Interest
,J fairly well authenticated has it they will be, the several hundred Factory Wages Rising More Slowly. claims are made, but the public know for .1ection.torOul' United States was shown In ,the' proposal to adoptth'Australian'method
,, that when the castle fell into the 'sponsors and maids of honoxthat have The money wages of farm labor how to Judge between loud boasts and congress the coming: spring before a of putting up'wolo.
hands of the British, two skeletons been appointed throughout the south have increased relatively more than the plain truth. And then the meritsof'Dode.&a'LWer .--Three
Tone primary, which 1 I., in this state; equivalent ( ; cents a pound upon wool
in of these dungeons will participate in the greatest flower for labor in city manufactureadung are too widely. '
i were found one to election. I was born and selling at from,fifteen to thirty cent
chained to the wall.. One was of a spectacle ever seen in the southern the past twenty or thirty known for anyone to hesitate.Podson's raised in thu Second congressional: a b pound I Isv.ry.high'percetltagr! of
" man the other a woman. There 1 issomet'iing states, on May 7, the second day of the years. A comparison of the averageof Liver J. Tone Z is sold who andguai"anteed' trict of Florida and am. thoroughly. lOll, which can and doubtless'will, be ".
uncanny about these duiii: reunion. wages per employe in manufacturing by > Roberaon be by In the future. '
instantly satisfied that I will elected if Leap prevented grower
geons that-can not- be' described- byword Present J; plans .favor three parades, industries, as reported by; the censuses wiU) refund'purchase smile price.if (50c.) in- get the proper lIpancial'support from The: ;; growers'' gain In this. particular, 5
i t of mouth,"'---- \ the first to be exclusively for the Sons of 1910, 1900 and 1890 indicates and with the you are my brother commission merchant i II in no'way opposed to the interest v A
with _
It .should be borpe' in mind that of Confederate., Veterans, their; sponsors that the wages p f. such employes in any way dissatisfied retiedy.Dodson' throughout the United State, -and 11 Of the dealers or; manufacturer ' .
while thero has been great Improvement maid 'of honor ..and'chaperon.*. ,creased 22 per* cent. in ten Tears ,. Liver ,Tone is-a palatable I am elected, I pledge; each of you The, Bureau of' Animal Indfcstnr' -
action i
in old St. Augustine that the This parade will be given! the first day ((1900 to 1910), and-increased only 23percent vegetable-liquid and its easy my word that'you will certainly hear of, the United State DepartnjBjt eiAgriculture
.ancient.landmarks have been preserved. of the reunion,' or May 6., -Next', day] in the twenty years the in; and natural1 aftereffects.Aftereffects withaw gripe, no-pain from me In the way of trying to protect has prepared a .cowtttton'
The-old city gate is intact, and there .will be a.'parade: for' maids aniponsofs < creases in farm labor wages were approximately and no bad your interest a* well a* the producer' of American and Australian woets forth "
Spanish monuments hundreds of year in flowe, .covored antoraotulea. 37 per cent. in the'ten are 'often disagreeable after taking in educational work'in Oil di-\ 'ikr
.. calomel. Dodson-.uver: Ton. does ,and shipper1 Intere.ts.4 .,, .. us* ,
oldattract. -the- iover-of antlquitie- .- -Thetentativeplart4e- yearsandabout percenU...the > ... __. ,_ .Thif ( ', ;:
f lot.int.erfere In For"thebenefltqfihose-commit- gAnipisjnciuqessamiwi
streets characterized all Spanish rate the autos with ''red and white twenty This relative gain of anyrwSyvlth""yo0rregular : ;' ''t'
Narrow native years. pies) of various grades of;wool l;showIng -, ;
duties habits and diet and don merchants. I 'not be "
may person
of mediaeval times. There the rural urban acts automatically '
flowers to colors wage
,
towns : represent upon how grade and value. dtermined *- .
builds and with and who will want
r are streets In St. Augustine not more of the Confederacy. In a letter'Gen. upon: the movement from coun- it strengthens you'sothaiyou too knowahowdI by factor under the control
,
and to be elected
i feet wide, each feel brighter better happier. expect '
dozen to
Bennett H. Young commanderInchief try city.Wages "
a ,
than ten #T of th..heep.ralser. "b j
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feel and from Florida when I have been ,
If headachy a com- ,
lined with the same type oi buildings of the U. C. V. the you constipated I .
suggested labor been increasing
side of farm have, Adveatage.of AastrallanJWethodsC:,
three or liard will be delighted with Dodon's mission merchant in New .York,, will ., g
the Custom
that were flower paradeand that if Jacksonville rapidly, not only in the United Lou Tone. say that I have lived. in Florida the Australian and Nw Zealand wool I
four centuries ago. The-old Spaniard attempted it,-the thousands of States, but in most, if not all, oth- several winter and have voted are. graded or:' "classed" at- the time It'
held to the doctrine that day was for visitors would ehjoy the finest countries world. In the '
o spec er of the cen- here .
and he THE SISTER STATES.A the past four or five year, and of shearing.(. 'also shipped 't
.. for sleep, re- ;
rest and night of be- tacle of the kind ever seen in the south tral agricultural region of Russia the have been paying taxes on propertyin In bale Instead elsacke' n.clas..ra" *'"wool '
ligiously observed his program and never excelled anywhere on the to male labor for
wage per day. paid the Second who do'their work ,at Us
congressional districtfor
f
lief. The visitor sees much of this continent That such a parade will the years 1901.1905 averaged thirty- curious inquirer wanted to know ..
ti the thirty bearing plant -ar* familiar with t9i.
lingering belief in the old town to be provided -for the sponsors and their Four kopecks ((17.5 cents) at sowing "What are the sister state!" and the past years ( basis of grading wool for mannfactur-* 3
this day, while Iii another section of attendant is practically assured. time, fifty kopecks (25.7 cents) at hay brilliant country editor answered "In sending me the check that I'ask ers' u.... No bale contain more than.
the town he finds evidences that Hen No trouble will be experienced in harvest and fifty-four kopecks (27.7 "We are not quite sure, but we for,. consider it will be helping you one grade'of wool,'and on bale' ri a.
ry M. Flagler, now dead and gone, securing flowers for the parade. Florida cents) at wheat harvest. By 1910 should judge that they are Mlss'Ouri, as well as myself, for if the commission I i. a true representative any of,others of ,,
M put his spirit and enterprise Into the in May l is a natural( rose'garden. these wages had increased to fifty-five Ida Ho, Mary Land, Calla Fonda, ;. merchant' does'not do something the same grade shorn from" the *am..-. y
r community. The Ponce de Leon and Enough red and white roses can be kopecks <27.8 cents), seventy-three Allie Bama, Loulsi l Anna, Delia Ware, .1 soon to. prevent freak legi.latlonalralnst. fleck. In many instances the COOTW* ';r..
the Alcazar are towering monumentsto secured around Jacksonville to decorate pecks (37.6 cents) and eighty-seven Minnie Sota and Mrs. SippL"Prompt him he will soon be legislated "
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also .
the Flagler spirit. St. Augustine 'I out of business or restricted aojthatha ( ar* "skirted. ,'. Skirting i. the r'ifmovkl '
more than a thousand automo- 'from the- pmtoCr' .
fteeeeof'that ,' .
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world buildings that represent cannbtdo.a legitimate bu.inesp."Trusting ..
the tor -
beats
iles;and If so great a number Mean* .
the woot7horn *"> H tli.: 2egt' and
t the many grades of architecture that you will Me this I -
decorated with the
of time roses representing matter earnest and belly. Such skirtings contain'most. ri'"
consideration
from 1692 to 1914, or a period your
; t. of 850 years. street Confederate colors are seen on the (Prkk11 A8h.Pok1, Root a potassium) r. let me hear from you with a* large a of the dirt and foreign matter present ,
of Jacksonville there are _
manypeople' contribution feel in the flec and when baled and sold
into antiquities disposedto
The man who delves as you so .
who believe
) here that'all
him in FlorIda rec- Powerful Permanent send I separately bring their actual value and '
will find much to interest am,
broken
: ords will be in the matter of
I do not detract from tb
< for this state is i probably the "Sincerely yours."References : appearane*,,
> America. reunion parades. Its tonWUfal .(. Stubborn teM CkxxJ mnlta at* and uniform character of th
wonderful land in : body.
it r most fete a ..ully yMd to P. P. P. 4aiosle - -'
wooL-
The veterans' be
When the continent was fat process oft paradewill given wfa tostayewad '"Senator Duncan U.. -Fletcher, v
14 fait vwy quickly yea -3
formation clusters of small islands, the third and last day of the reunion.It eta:oft r1=: =' ; Washington D. C.' \ Quite frequently; the'oodt.* of An-, k

poking their heads out of the sea, appeared will be exclusively for the veterans r >" f.r. 8tatO bank, Gainesville. ,! tra' ian"fleeos are hM together by *v' '.
I here and there on the present and their official ladies A* many of P.P. p. Florida. / roll twisted from the fleeces Itself and
1; :' Florida peninsula.; These clusters of the veteran whd, care '':to. ride in automobiles .. "Orlando Bank and Trust Co., Or.; which serves to keep the fleece intact A,
.
i islands are known- the phosphate will be/accommodated that lando, Florida. while being' plaeed.,.W the hale. and
"
U'' belt. .They t.were composed of silica, ray.' Other' will be on foot'and t tatrbe.d&: rod pitre'blood- ses the entire: "Senator B. R-JTillman, South Caro- after''' the bale. Is opened at the'market

q. sea shells and carbonate of )lime. There lorseback. lJJSteID-deara the brain rnea&tbeal aDd oases: lina.- '-- -- --- -_ _'_ J ....thnsavoldirg) Bf tn-. '
i was bat little vegetation on them forth c 'While this program for the parades "Produce New, 8 Harrison street, Jury( from the use of 'hllI3: ;_twin
',I soil had. no.powfer. has not been.officially adopted i,'is A positive specific for' Blood PUu. i'r diseases. New .York." Only a small proportion' of 'American ;

J',,. In the fullnes of time, following the favored by practically the :entire reunion Drlm Cut Rh.otlase add Stops tile P.Iends Mabel.; Senator :Fletcher in a letter positively .wool grower separate their woo
"-. evolutionary period, millions'of quad- organization here and will most lara, wanderM taco aa4 body-builder.. Thousand endorse it.SAVANNAH denies that authorized. the into cradle before sacking for ship'
'. y's.irupee's accumulated on'these desolate likely be carried out. use of his name by .IIU'. Denton a*,,a ment.. Unless the flock Iaot, very' 1IJIi.. "
M"V ides,* Where they came from nobody F. V UPPMAN, CO. &un CASVARIETY. : reference. form character the sacks of woof most v"
t', f knoWS: They deposited large amount TAKES OFF DANDRUFF, \ "Senator Tillman say he did otgive -opened at the warehouse'and their q

14 : of bone and excrete, enriching the HAIR STOPS FALLING . Mr. Denton antborityto nse .his, contents graded before being offered'
3 'rI soil and stimulating plant life. Thousand ... fillman' name, a* reference.". for sal*.' Skirting, i* never don. ia
I ";% *'" of years passed, new islands The crowning' repudiation of Mr. America and", on \he-; hemaJority..of. '
t::j 1 grew out of the sea, adjacent land became Save. Your haul! Get a 25-cent Bottle Dcnton'a references however, come ranches the tap or dUDe locq'an: leftirith '

r itJ\ I f cemented, and through these .of Danderiae Right Now AUf. from the Produce N'ew. of New York the fleeces;:: '> "' ',,, '-, ..-r: : .v.
processes the peninsula of Florida\ was Step Itching 8ea1p."t aty. The Produce News say's .in a The breeding of the sheep Is'of flrrt . 7"t.
1 added to the continent. I letter: importance In determining the grad 4.I" -
John H. Welch who wrote most entertainingly STORE "We do not care to Interfere par. of the wooL Wool grower,' a. aare Trul* '''r,
j on Florida( had in his possession Thin, brittle, colorless and craggy fcalarly with Mr. Denton' affair but not familiar enough with ootJMt com'I'
an ancient hair Js'mate evidence of a neglected nerclal grading' of wool
some years ago we could not endorse him for the posi-) to understand 1'Ji"
,, coin, found, several feet under the ,scalp; of dandruff' that awful scurf. Jon he is seeking... into whfch wf the grade the fleeces! .,
t ground\ by a negro laborer doing some .There nothing-o'destructive to Broadway, just across the Midland' Railway "HI career in New, York. a e m. of a particular: ; breed of sheep 'would' \\0./; "
excavating not far from St. AngusV -+ the hair a* dandruOV,.lt robs the hair .1 minion'merchant was not very cred- be placed. Aside' from'the'matter frrade ,1.#. '
tine. No student of ancient or, 11100I of its lustre, Its strength'aDd its very table,' but we alway'felt' a* JthoughM th* value of wool U controlled'', .
I ern coin was ever able to trace this life; eventually producing a'feverish- Have You' tfsited. Us Yet? wanted to do right,'although II.Aid to m great extent by the feed wipplr;,! ,.
'coin to its origin.! Th conclusion was I iV ness and 'itching! of' the scalp which, not hare M moefa-eapadty, -nor a*. aDd.methods of herding, the sheep on'
thatIthad. lain :wheN.10und 50,000j .it not remedied, cause the hair roots , '. ',f" !'. much business .jntegrit .awe would the range-'',.j.es.ois'rp63i theN point
'' the Smithsonian in-1 to shrink'',loose,' and \ die-then.-the) sa'well .
year- Visitor* to WS SATURDAX''fE1 arpeet from a man who wtmW,,suc- -N -upon the-nandllng-of-tfc: :
WIND .
Btitation have noticed the petrified remains -, ;,A little Danderine. 'WATCH'. OUR N6 eecL 1 ', shoes wool can b*. brought bom*. by
of' prehistoric.horse .taken j tonight--now--any, time- -wqi-earely 'Eioni'Z;; 'td i ; ; ', .' the exhibit that has been prepared by
r about uenty-ftw year ago"from the t'!.nave your hairy -.-, .. -\.'. : ,(.. ; 4, o'Oock" !f or. Special, f3arga6ti'r'. .... iADL? ,OF'ORGANIZATION"'WILL, the Doreen of animal tudustry. .Jt to
Manatee river. Bone of'beasts and r Get a 25-cent,bottle of'Bnowleton'sDanderlne ,." " ,KILL ANY TOWN/,: not too much t* expect;'that in.J .*.
human beings have been found in one, from any drug store.. : Yon J 'MOLENNIX "; next:dead improved bnsiiM pras-
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", heap, far under the ground at number irely s can have beautiful hair-and :? E. :, ."" .has been by th* name of O. A.Charles. eea will add over 10 per cent: tit tlsr
ofr plac ,In!th.' tate,,leading to :lotf> of it-It yotrwU just try a Iittl.f \\I, _' ,- _ .' -[ \\ T' 0Ikint In India.a tile part rtnrn* received' for .we, *l: by j.se.p

the 1 conclusion- ' ,Chat thousands, of rears' *nderine.' ''Save your hairl! ., d.r - ;,." ,,!- 't ,7'ear'in th*. .1ntargt."o.H; ,,,Trade .1 *r' Mat:.:' "AP 1i

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dtcapped ill .thili'Despeet, that most of applied 'at home for preae t-da" N wa..aeta .

f. iPORTUNrTVIS the articles, telling bow to obtain win. BIG PLANS its .. well as for the nri Pref.1 I r
t r'eggs, hw to mix a hot mash, how posterity.. Focus your: attention.
to build a warm henhouse 'etc;,a,i are recent development'In,. the ..
not Written for him.but for his broth' situation in Georgia "Just one state in Y
em in a colder climate. a stupendously rich field. Georgia and

KNOCKING TK* poultry,map in southern FlorIda I FOR PRESS South Carolina produce enough cottonseed
doesn't gather.barrels of road dust annually to feed a million mor
.1fIO -- to store away, to be, used when the. head of beef animal. than are being .
ground f ft' frozen, nor will he try alone fed. It"would pay si'small profit to
Rube did, to s oro' away-a barr l I. feed this valuable by-product to native s

AT .OUR DOOR of grasshoppers BO a* to fool-the hen CONVENTION. scrub cattle, but itwouldJay doubleto ,
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In the winter, thinking a dead grasshopper feed it to ,* r

." would be next ,thing to a live .. The grading up of both dairy'and
A worm. Even. the articles written for Of. beef cattle In the 'south,is following J.

summer in the north will not tell him swiftly after tick: eradication, and with
: Be Invited To all he will need to know to keep his Another Eminent Speaker the improvement of cattle will come BUT the GREATEST of THESE IS the BUTCHER '

And Should, poultry healthy and profitable (luring the feeding of cotton. seed a* an economic -, : .
..II'lorida summer.It I certainty. splendid educa- "
and is true feed is higher In this state, Is .SecuredMORTON tional campaign has been begun, and Tke Baker I*JO. :K.-:Patronize Him I
/ Enter Remain but all 'poultry products bring better a* the price of beef soars the southern '
I The Candle Stick Maker b Obsolete! '
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returns here than elsewhere. Therefore farmer sees more and more clearly
it is not only true that there is the bald facts of neglected opportunity. :

A TRACTION LINE FROM SAN money In poultry, and that we know RIDDLE SAYS HAST .. . BUT--fhe BUTCHER '
'" KISSIMMEE WOULD there is, for we put it there, but we COAST RAILWAY WILL PROVIDE If little Denmark can carry on -the ..
FORD'TO also know how to get money out of hoof 429,490,870 pounds of imported Who Sells Good Meats "
X FORCE. THE RAILROADS TO the poultry. EVERY FACILITYFOR cottonseed meal annually on her 16,692

GREATLY REDUCE Much of the feed can be profitably PRESS PARTY square miles and can raise butter for Js First ia die Affections of a HuagryPublic r -'

t FREK HT RATES raised at.homer-cheaper.buildings will "TOSEETHEEXTENSION. London---market--doesn't-it--acorn -- .- -T -_ =--::. :- -' -= _
do, no heating-of-the drinkirig' wat.erj .. likely that' Georgia, with her o9,47o) -
',a merchants- -have put.on or and we have a generous' supply of : square miles and ideal climatic and Bat & .Bait. Telephone 44 No. 117 Broadway
Orlando green feed always on' hand. With a soil conditions for livestock can take

h. caused to have trucks placed for in operation transporting' two; little care and adherence to a few Tallahassee, Fla., March 23.-Secretary care of a billion pounds with-her own.. -y'i.

Ry large auto Sanford. to Orlando., rules, even a beginner will find poul- T. J. Appleyard of the Florida markets fairly shrieking for meat? ,
freight trucks from several tons oft try profltable.-4i. A. Bunnell.. Press Association has.received a let- Cotton has been the basis of tb.south's .. ... .
These carry _
freight each day from the Clyde docks ter from J. A. Evans'chief of the bu- prosperity in the past.-often

at Sanford to Orlando and there must reau of plant industry United,State none too secure a foundation-but
,i,, be a big saving in this, or the idea FLORIDA" Department of Agriculture{ Washington with the by-product of cotton adequately -

"s would never have been inaugurated,, as follows: supported on beefllteakprop .
the-future should hold
I says the Sanford Herald. This brings "I have yours of the 10th, advisingme immensely bet-
that the executive committee of ter things in store.-Country Gentle
to mind the ifact that the Herald has SUPERIOR' SERVICE
contended for years that a traction line the Florida Press Asosciation has requested man. COURTEOUS TREATMENT : ,, ,
should be built from Sanford to Or THE LAND OF me to deliver an address at
lando. The trucks offer.a partial solution the annual meeting at Fort Myers.
to the affair-that of cuttingthe Florida. I take pleasure in accepting SWAT 'EM
freight rates that prevail until relief this invitation, and appreciate the op- .i y yi
' is found In traction lines. portunity of meeting with your asso-
As editor of the Orlando Reporter- THREE CROPS ciation. I would suggest the subject,,

Star, we advocated this line, wrote 'Demonstration Work in the South.1'
columns about It, tramped through the Dr. Evans Is one of the most pleas- AND SWAT
a the f --- -- -- speakers, and is thoroughly in
,, ,; Jby-ways. and hedges to see armert ing No Better Method
and merchants about it and to obtain earnest on a subject that should be of i e

the right of way and since locating Lauds The interest to every Florida editor. He _- .-
Tourist
Winter ;
in Sanford have nevpr been idle will demonstrate that with improved
on the subject. We werfe held up to facilities this state can add millions 'EM HARD OF ACCUMULATING MONEY IS FOUND THAN
ridicule at various times on the subject ' of dollars to its agricultural wealth f
r; '
and earned the sobriquet of Holly Sunshine State without any additional expense over THE PROMPT REGULAR SYSTEMOF BANK ,i

Trolley, but the name will be made present methods Secretary Appleyard --- DEPOSITS. f
famous yet by the realization of thij -- hays he has, heard Mr. Evans on ,thissubject

{, pipe dream and many other pipe SA\'S HE HAS GIVEN VI' SHOVELING and his talk in very interesting One Killed Now. Counts

;' dreams that bone-heads have seen fit : SNOW AND WILL PASS THERE'S NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT TO
to joke about because they could not REMAINING DAYS'AMONG Miss Agnes Allen Hatris of the de-

r see any...farther. than their own indi- "HIS partment of home economics, Florida For Thousands Later I BEGIN, AND WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO '
THE GOLDEN -
i vldual profit grabbing, private State College for Wemen, another interesting ?
r schemes The traction line idea iM I FRUIT speaker, has accepted her COME IN AND START AN ACCOUNT ,a ,

bearing fruit and the auto trucks are place on the program.

the start of awakening of the business The following is a part of a letter! Vice-president Marshall writes that DISEASE CARRIERS CAN BE MINIMIZED FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON SAV __
" _-' .men .of this section to their writtenl a newcomer to Florida and he anticipates A great timewith the BY ATTENTION OF
y1 greatest need.Orlando living at Sharpes. the editor of the press boys. INGS' ACCOUNTS. :<
THE AT ONCE. i
with two of the largest Sandusky (Ohio) Register, and is SQ Col Morton Riddle, general manager PEOPLE i
sr department stores in interior Florida, replete with good sound sense that we of the Florida East Coast railway SWAT THEM NOW, ," .

lI; and a constantly growing populace, take pleasure in reproducing(: it: writes: NOT TOMORROW.This Arthur E. Donegan, P. 1 K. Weaver ,, i' 1'4 l.
,;?? has seen the light and the merchants "Florida! To live in this land of "It will be impracticable tp so ar- ,
down there should awake to the very Ponce de Leon lore one does not exactly '. range that coupons from Fort Myers President. Cashier. ' '
a Jacksonville be accepted in lieu is the time of year to star ,
Important fact that they can ever hopeti1' find the fountain of youth'butmay can
I
the flies. Swat them and swat
to transport goods by the railroadsat become more like the lotus eat- of transportation over our line from war on '
exorbitant rates and sell 'Lived Key West. If it is concluded by your them now, and there will be fewer by ;
present ers, who, as Tennyson says: regardless -
them at the prices that willappeal to of all life's stirring events.' association to take the vicepresidenton millions this summer. The state boardof Z1r ;
health has started the
the trade. They have outgrown then "When as a school boy making a I' this trip, you will have no cause to i campaign in l +
when few bundles of of the rate that we will name earnest again, and will do all in its
village days a profile of the United States, the complain P
4 map aid the of the in f "
:merchandise could be imported and peninsula of Florida was a prominent you. This, of course, will have to be power to people state ,
'old at ordinary prices. They have and Well-remembered point but it filed as a tariff, and it will be unneces minimizing the deadly effect of' the !
into the- class and civilization for members to be identi- flies The poster "From Flies aJldFilt.h
big
d Jumped city seemed to roe so far from sary your "
Food and Fever will be distributed
to.
must now meet big city prices and the way down at the extreme part of no- fied, and we can cover the sale tickets. -
W cheap mail order houses of the northern where. But now a one nights train "By'special service it is my Inten- again.(: This poster contains

''ifr', 'cities. In order to do this successfully from New York or Cincinnati will land tion to assign you cars on our regular the should following facts, which every person -

64 they must lower their freight one right in the middle of this country trams* if they run to suit you. If not, read: carriers.
# rates, and to lower their freight rates --nowhere near as far as it was to give you special service so that you FtlSs-are disease
; ethey. must have. the benefit of water once. > might get a good, view of the Key West Liye and breed in all kinds of filth

!t ,transportation. What Is the an.werT "While the old cry, of: 'Go west, extension. Infect. food and drink by germladenfeet. \ "
: ,Get to the water at Sanford, where young man, go west, still entices "Ivery: earnestly hope thai I .will
''i the daily boats on the St. Johns river many to the regions of vast uplandand _be able to take this trip with you, and Each female fly can lay one hundred

tt4 .'are bringing goods to the wharves prairie, plus_ blizzard and cyclone, it will certainly afford me a great and fifty eggs.
from the markets of the world. do it if it is Should be kept out of dwelling..
big sentiment mig} give way to the prac- pleasure possible. iG'.JAN.. ;
breed horse t
''q Orlando, Kisslmmee and other interiors The special rates 'are progressing -Plies in manure, cow
tical, and let thernne of march carry .
cities can never' hope to have' better favorably- it ii hoped that they dung, decaying ofall
down through Dixie into the rapidly ; animas .7c.
r, freight rates unless they build a traction growing'and vastly more comfortable, can be published in the Monday dahes. description:dead and'human .i ,t, ,

i line.. These rivals of.the greedy good-living' making, land of .sunshine of. the state by March: 80th.. excrement: : +
railroads have reduced freight rates in and three a C' Secretary Appleyard, is arranging Flies are nature' scavengers, it is "
crops year.
state in the union Florida for the Sifn- true, filling the same function as some
every except ."Florida.i.J'et, way below the average a syndicate etary4n'all '
, and we will reduce .the freight :New-York with bacteria do, bdt-become an intolerable '
} : > in ratio of population to .acreage. day papers from down,
} rates only when traction lines havebeen illustrations, for Sunday Match 29. nuisance and danger when entering'human ;
There are yet many unclaimed sections i ic
built all over peninsular --ofvlandsubject to government ,He.hopes let work upJthe biggest gathering dwellings -and--- -contaminating- ,,: r
,. ',t ;SanfoTd7rOrlanao; and :Kissimmea grant of homestead. Large tracts of of newspaper people to see south foods. i! .)
of flies Is evi-
direct
,Business men have'money enough to heretofore lands have been reclaimed -Florida, and note its advantages, that The presence a ..!
swamp of careless and :a : (
{ finance.such a line and the wonder of through drainage canals, and has ever been assembled' outside of a dence housekeeping :
title th-at.they have never Investigated national In fact he the existence of filth in some form .j
when one bears in mind that every- gathering. hopesto ,
,
the, matter deep enough to start sucha about the premises. Tr HIE "
where in these lands, both natural and I make this Fort Myers meeting the ,
.
Remember that when and where absolute "
line ?
Once the rail laid the .v
are reclaimed the soil is virgin, anxious !crowning feature of,.Jbiis twentysixyears "
r-.f Y. 'road couULba bonded-fornll'tciel1t'"to to with great bounty all well- of service. cleanliness prevails there .will : "
repay
purchase cars,and equipment and the be no flies. . .
,
is it not the 'f ,
directed efforts, why.
.
r' .. Look daily after the garbage cane.See
>road. would begin -paying dividends choice 7"During SUNRISE IN AFRICA.
.
from the-beginning.! The three counties that they are carefully sprinkled
the influxof
4 could well afford to make the 'immigrants'the past has decade been Increasing ( From the York World.) with lime or kerosene oil and effectively -*/ ; : I;

,taxes,free such At the recent dinner of the Canadian covered. ,
; on, an enterprise for thereis r'.1"
with ratio and "
bounding yet
,''a.number of years. The three countvst' a club, the Rev Dr. W. .S. Rains- Do the same thing in manure JULY
for without 'hanging on stables -I
,ties could well afford .to bond for suf- the room more ford, once the rector of St. George's, and remove all manure from i
'ficient to finance'the plan, for it would straps. described an African sunrise, as he, every three or four days, and when .
"To peak of Florida in the of
Y' ."payen than brick roads and benefit many i U but to hear resounding talesof night back of Mount Kilmangaro." He; Look carefully after the cuspidors.
snore people swamps. malaria sand and mosQuitoeii !Explained how the first' blood-red shaft They require constant attention. This Citrus Growers 2J r rc

"-'iljttlll"'i'a"1'" ;-th6.-'fatme17< Swamps-there-are-but-one of daylight 1 over the peakandstained l Is partlcularlytrue jn hotels boarding .
search of malaria c
; ---u e fruit grower, the tourist the business has to go in 'them the clouds. back of the mountain houses 'i-aUroad stations and, in '
man who would like to live in the is less frequent in Florida than In'New . fact, wherever people congregate in Our new .Spring Citrus Book entitled BE ON TIME is now ready.

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soil it makes too mixed with
old all ride on the traction and ship good said, "that red stain!: dripped down and Flies are fond of hovering around ether valuable points on'grove management. (
marl, shell and with the humusof
"'ir tit' gooda that The farmer's : clay not and toward the horizon.It cuspidors and feasting upon tubercu
r + way. : up spread leaflets i
wilr Send for and also for Acid Soils
it
and anything our and Lime
ages grow lous The copy :
of flies
wife could have speaks
F some relaxation from spread right and left, until the sputum. contain rK
x the.cares of the household and with from hardy vegetables to delicate mountain. tae blue-black as, the live tubercles bacilli after they Its Forms and Effects. r :!,

t'I her basket of produce step on the trolley I fruits, to say nothing about the gorgeous night, stoodWut in s' dreadful silhou have eaten tuberculous sputum, showing '
r a \at her door, be whisked to _the flowers and luxuriant vines and ette. Then came tha steaming mists that the bacilli will pass thrqugh WILSON. lit TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. (

{ city do the trading and be back home plants that are rampant everywhere. of the morning, and at first,red and the digestive tract of the fly in an Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers, I 'F;
1 Show from 1.1 1.I
Mosquitoes a country
i, before dinner The advantages are' me then pink and then 'silvery and then active Infective state. ,
.i \ j( ,manifold and too n\\.Imeroua to men-; Alaska to Peru that doe not have this sullen, they covered the mountain after .- Flies carry on their mouth (probos- -. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ; ,

\tien in this ArticIeT. Suffice. to. say, hinging, tongleggednipping pest, the-dawn, and it was although it ces) and on their legs putrefying and ..1 A" .
,:.'. j .that out section offers more 'to the and we will tell you they are no worse had never been. Nowhere'but in Af disease germs on which they have recently ,,
:, : .* of'a line here than. there, and only flourish fed, and then crawl food
builders traction than rica. Nowhere over ,
; I'
any else"OPPORTUNITY .
few. .
.section od the -modern--- ot"land1lf-' -' '_annoyingdegrea during__a Tjf -- --- infecting it unless shut out by screens ..r"I

: -c\ impression
: t that frozen general those ill with communicable diseases.If
Jn \
country. 1\
.> ; \
-Ne more beautiful country, 1)0 more Florida in flat all over. There are When you learn thai the south has the room. .is not screened the patient .J.. J
", /'populous"" country, no 'more thrifty' many, rolling lands away from the exported to Gerntatiy. Denmark, 'the should be treated Under a net, both

't r.l' ..country' in the whole southland than coast lines, and an elevation up to a300foot Unid Kingdom, Netherlands and for safety to others; as, well,. as for in- .1I.G: WINER IHSD60HCE flENoyr.iL: .
". .. -the forty miles of smiling countryside; rise in not a small section of Belgium 1,128,092,367 pounds of cottonseed Hvidual comfort. ;
the state. But it does ..
not take eleva i
In
J y; from Kfssimmee to Sanford offers to cake one year you beginto Screen alKoods. Apply thill role, .i
tion '
make the
'Wj' ,the"investor to come and open the to beautiful e + nor_. anymore get some range of opportunities on not.only to food prepared at home Successor te Arthur E.
,,: treasure trove of riches by the pick healthful. the hoof below the Potomac. If Ger but to foodstuff offered for sale, anj Donegan Agency
and shovel of the traction builder. 4n"The its great Empire state may go on man and Danish farmers who take especially fruits salads and all other Roar N. 9 .Second fleer Citizen Bank Bnildinj. Phene 248 .;

;\, j.; ,. .Opportunity is knocking at the door..' Into mad whirl, tearing and racking more than 790,000,000'pounds of the foods which.do not require to be cooked :,
wealth .
pieoerneal health and happiness -v. -
vast total affcyn
for .
1." can to pay manu- \
""{.j: 'POQLTRV'N FLORIDA.. Mississippi; the great expanse of taking trans.I facturers'' profits railroad and steamship Flies crawl over fruit when exposed Qeaeral Insurance Business representing the strongest sad ...t : +;
t.%, country may go on ; !freight* and then make haad-
a
t; ,'c n.=, :'"Many. start in the poultry business," its lurid toil of human brawn and. endurance some profit for themselves by feeding -. people for sale, 'vnguarded do not by wash screens fruit, and before Reliable companies. ;; :1
generally -
A.om.. expect to "lr8t'ric quick," some but give us Florida, the the .product to livestock does it -.0\1
*j. 'do very well, some develop a steadily', Feast of Flowers,* born on an Easter not seem that those who live next doorto of human eating infection it. This Is particularly a fruit ful source if w. will, contlane! the Business of the Arthur E Donrfaa Agency 'Y
i 1 day, where the clock: slower, and a '
i 1. increasing1 business other quit, upon run the base of
supply are neglecting
w: its' the'adrlce of friends before they lose the moon shine oftener; where one' golden opportunities T ease of typhoid handled fever, nearby beingcarelessly without chance-Toot patronage.is respectfully _Udt'" : :
-
,if. "all the money. they ha"... .No"!hen of: blood. can better. keep .pace 'WItIna.- This is dealing with immediate posvlibilities .. . 1
.. *' any breed will bring the'beginner ai lure where contentment sits supreme for profit aside from the con, Don't forget that flies will carry the - '
'' 'In its mouth upon 'effort less rigorous and bacilli .of" typhoid fever from the JitFUNERAL
i tV'ffold dollar everyday of where lervation-of-fertiHty There J. W.
phase. is Thompson
,; ..-the-->,.. but poultry-will\ bring in a*, life last long.st.r'\ .1- s? ...) no need reiterate that ,ship stools of disinfected bent' (if.kft exposed : ; r
." )' tany dollars\ In Florida, a* it will in There. are said to be land.where. 'load of cottonseed ''meal.-leafinc every and not ); If given, an opportunity '
fare well ourChores ,'to the food in the,,kitchen :tGRAYSTONE DIRECTOR
,other state. When the "chicken wemight to return to after takes away just so much of the : .. ,
.... r", .strikes a berinner.:he'reads all wying toll'to Charon' and if such be permanent fertility of the south., German and dining. room.,, This is.no"conjee* -

f \qT. poultry''journal and article.that I the ease, then Florida I.I In .that .Ia.'.' and, Danish farmer1' know ,this turn; for''' it was 'proven f daring.' the . ( I .ICENSEO.ndEMBALMIt h

.... to ha na.'and many of them con* .-Dr'C.: i.JH.j. .: : :\. elementary principle.of agriculture; It Spanish-American:war. : _,+Ali situ rise I ,: ; .
.t
,
,
...- advice .written ''The secret of how to set '
honst great rid
gld'.acellent by ', .
pays them .to build up.the soil for the 'New sad eee nlll.ltaa4 sutomaisle. .i"" '
practical poultry..nren-who have I :;'APPROPRIATE! >f flies }* cleanliness,'and l by screen- '-:
; present\ well a* for the future and.hsre for sale from< |l e tel1"t
__ --- a ya.we1J"!! a builly *- ...."here: li 'brilliant ...e..7.on'.p '- "1:', wrj have happy get-together lag all: opening, of ,the home, especially :':. Gray.toae, ,,Garap y! ._ ,
......, '''a writer' may -be drclU.." : " ': of the. best theory and practice., . the !kitchen:anddlning,room., "Ston avid .p.ivstftari; ; "t.,% 4
: ado.st. I.... most of his poultnr:on 1 1 vr.I *ut>"p?** 'it.<*<* 'ttiustrate4kJwi. : Those same billion and more pound* "" -' V-mTui..u jT_.r i jj_i"**. T',._'L,__ 1 *"" .1 .i.t.Tnuu.rn. *.; L. L 'I'II1B..' ter. ., .. .. _Cf. _

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terious their intrusion upon the house : its climate for an increase in valueof I fruit was put in storage and Inasmuchas 1

CLEANLINESSTHE hold economy, are not necessary. Children -j OFFER TO over 204 per cent. of farm land CITRUS' that stork is now being exhausted, ", ;j
don't have to have them; they ''in Florida between 1900 and 1910 the demand for good sixes is much

are dangerous some of them quite as I according to the thirtieth census, with I better and will continue stronger for 1
dangerous in1 their possible juterif- I less than one-eighth of its area under some time. ,;

teds as during the actual continu- 'cultivation. In the percentage of increase There is no doubt that in some :f

.. PRICE I I ance of .the diAea! guarded i I against from outside sources. I ida ranked eighth among the stales; strawberries has been heavy and in
as well as by preventing their spread I in the value of farm building! the I good demand that it .has had some- I-t
: I from one child to another in the fam seventh; in live stock the ninth. and I thing to do in lessening the amount of .

ily. these propdrtional values are not duo grapefruit consumed; this has -been Mi
: OF HEALTH !I: And it is to, be accomplished only | to the rise in prices, as these affected l FALLING OFF particularly true of the eastern mar.*

Iby| an unending fight ajrajrvst "jrerms!: i all states alike. A most significant kets.. '. ii)
against germ-carrying dirt. I ':, indication of Florida's prosperity is There has been a better demand for .
- I All handkerchiefs and towels. clothing I the fact that, according to a recent I oranges on the southern market the N

bedding, dishes and utensils used! ..statement of the 'per capita depositsin past two Weeks and most of the good ;.
Average Mother Doesn't' by the patient should I be kept and Best Soil Splendid Climate national banks, it stood Record of Extremely Light Movement sired markets are taking carload \,
washed separately from those used : the thirteen southern states, Texan being !freely and while prices are not \,
by others and afterward they shouldbe first with $40.09 for each rhhahil- oranges .have been sold for a fairy f'

Need The Information sterilized. How this should he done Perfect Health ant and Florida next with $ )19.' 1. Last Week f good figure. Small sited orange hare ?
I can be learned from the attending i If perchance there are those who been moving freely to these markets d
physician. The important fact to be think that Florida owes its prosperity while medium and larger sited fruit la ,I'
I I impressed upon the housekeeper are largely to the money spent [by winter bringing better prices in the eastern ';

.. HER HOSTILITY TO WHAT SHE that such sterilizing should be- rust INTERESTING'; ARTICLE FROM A tourists, to its early vegeta es and its"superior MTTLE FRUIT LEFT IN THE and western markets. ._ ,.. ,

CONSIDERS DIRT IS INSTINCTIVE be--done for the protection of others, WINTER TOURIST: WHO HAS citrus fruits facts /controvertthis STATE AND CONSEQUENTLY It is estimated by one distributing :-
- and that if should be done thoroughly.No MADE A STUDY OF CON. idea. Of course, tourists in large MUCH BETTER PRICES firm in this city that there are still 4HOUGHT&s
AND BECOMES AN real precaution is too simple or too DITIONS IN THIS numbers come to this greatest American 600,000 boxes of grapefruit left In '
OBSESSION. complicated to be forgotten or left peninsula in the winter escaping WILL PREVAIL. the state and up to the present time

out. It is the price of health, perhaps STATE. from the ice-bound north to enjoy its has been close on to 5,600,000 ,I"there xl:;(

of life itself. \I genial climate. Moreover! becoming Florida Citrua Shipment. boxes of citrus fruit moved. The total <

Cleanliness is the price of health. Dirt masquerades under many different The following is an extract from a personally acquainted wit its re Cars moved last week________ 272 amount of citrus fruit raised in the .. ,
The average mother or housekeeperdoesn't She disguises in every home. The letter written by E. W. Barber, whois sources many of these winter visitors Cars moved week before last __ 654 state this season will: aggregate 8,360- ii
need the information. fight against it, to be effective must invest large here 4nd thus in
000 boxes
at Crooked Lake Polk sums Total cars moved to last Satur- or more.The a
urges the advice upon her children her as be i intelligent. Every home-keeper and I county wintering to the Jackson (Mich.,) Pa- two ways aid in its devel pment Its day= __-________n_____n_' _17,180 Ii
soon as they graduate from arms home-maker should know where and triot grapefruit, oranges and /early vege old-fashioned woman who used o
to a more independent existence. Hers how to meet and combat this enemyof I : there tables-the latter includi g nearly all Jacksonville, Fla., V arch 20.-The to paint the kitchen woodwork, kal.oS. ,
hostility to what she considers dirt is health in whatever form it Probably are more erroneous that in the morth citrus fruit week '
good j are grown / -bring movement last was mine the //wall and blacken the store {
instinctive and becomes an obsession.The 1 appears. I' impressions Florida prevalent and concerning I millions of dollars annually, but these very light aa compared to the weekly now has a daughter who spends ,her 'f' -'
equally powerful instinct of the j as a crop wealthproducing are only a' part of its resources.EQUALIZE shipments for the past two month., aa time painting her lip, kalsomlniife .V\
state than in regard to one of ..
child the to any
particularly boy, accumulate -
272 moved of the
only cars out state, her cheek and blacking- her eye.
the other that withit
dirt is one of the exasper- forty-seven states I
SUNDAY SCHOOL compared to 654 the week previoussays brows. ,
ating .trials of her life. Yet most form the great American sisterhood. the Packer. (i' 1

. ... motherand housekeepers would be I Nothing is more persistent than preju- !'
' -- There is little t'
demandthis The ukes"
CONVENTION a stronger reason a woman to have ,
dice u..l-"t) be inherited Even
f insulted if they were informed that error. ',
week for both and washable
oranges grape a house dress i* because she ,
facts cannot it, if
dirt is often overcome
their strenuousness against -- I census that the cultivated land in fruit. Grapefruit, which has been can wear it until it use dirty that '(t'
straining at a gnat and swallowing they prove dragging for some time, is moving you can't tell the color of the goods.Pnttin& "', _'
.the camel. In other words, some dirt PROGRAM TO BE RENDERED AT : Florida produces much more in .value S much freely this week. Some of
i, dirtier than other varieties and very METHODIST CHURCH SUNDAY per acre than do the name number of RAT ON more "j \f
\ the large distributors claim) that in > on dog i f. when a woman,refer =. '
in other state-seven to re
the
often their is acres
war urged against any
I MARCH 29. the early part of the seaaon grape- to her bunions .I.'tter gout. ,;
leas harmless kind. I eight times as much as the best of our
Black mud, the kind that sticks to agricultural states, Why is it? Sim- --.-

the shoes and is tracked over clean Arrangement has been made for a ply because of its favoring soil and
j F- 0J6HT
.. : floors, isn't particularly, dangerous, Sunday school convention to be'held{ at I climate sunshine, rainfall and temperature -* _
I A only unsightly and inconvenient, soon the Methodist church Sunday March I as well as land, being* the.
>II washed away and leaving: no harm 29, beginning at 2:30: -o'dock p.'m", to.factors 'production. .
6t behind/. excepting the disturbed tem which all*the ministers, superintend.] As a state or national asset ..Flor
'
:' per. The dirt'that carries the 'g rmstl eats, teachers and other officers of the I ida's climate is as valuable alf Ala- .
,f of infection is the harmful kind, greatly Sunday schools of Kissimmee are invited bama's iron and coal, and"it isMnex- Object''of f Bill Introduced
to be dreaded especially because and will be privileged partici-, hau tible'. Only in recent years! have \ SI-

it hides in inaccessible places, hard to pate in the proceedings. The following we come to a realization of climate as "

..get at, but too often very quickly and has been- adopted for a program: an economic factor. Generally; --- By L'Engle -...
easily stirred up and made dangerousby 1. Devotional service to be .led byJ. think of it merely ap a matlar of preference j
a sudden draft of air blowing in at 1 W. Prentis. or in relation to health. ff . the window. 2. ''Ideals For the Superintendent"" Florida bad no other material
IT SHOULD COST NO !MORE TO
There is the dirt, another name for -ByRev.. S. W. Lawler. tages, still. it would have ill &
the exhalations or sputum that issues *!. deals] I For 'the Tea'her"-By mate an asset sufficiently great advan-I SHIP A CAR NORTH THAN IT

from the mouths and nostrils of per Dr. A. J. Holt rich the stole; but when, added DOES TO SHIP IT TO

sons suffering from influenza, an oral 4. "Ideals For the Pastor in Relation are its many splendid resources, it ( FLORIDA i :
inary cold, diphtheria, tuberculosis and I to the Sunday S'hooL"-By C. A. presents advantages that none who i L
diseases. The dan Carson. know about them gainsay.
other germ-carried I can
The -following bill has been introduced
ger from such exhalations. is in the 5. "Ideals )For t the I'uprl"--By) C. E. In the yeaV books issued by the natiunal i -
I "
by Congressman L'Engle, and
presence of the disease and the timefor Yowell. agricultural department, :
precaution is while the disease is (Ij. "Teacher Trainin "-By Rev. R. 1 racy of statement is sought by all without laws of equity should pas/ congress '1
IAt''u-1 a dissenting vot
:
active. The same is true of measles, C. Weidler. case. I In a recent one this (
"A Bill Rates
to Equalize
scarlet fever and other skin or blood 7. "How Parents May Help the occurs:, : "The semi-tropical Over Lines Freight
Transportaion
diseases. Usually the health authori- Sunday School"-By J. L. 'Overstrect. Florida gives; rise to conditions .existing in Interstate Commerce Engaged ..
ties are called upon to fumigate the 8. General discussion of any of thetopics in no other state. No eastern :
"Be it enacted the senate and
by
room in which a tubercular patient has' by volunteer speakers.The state receives the same amount ofWinter - ----
house of of the United
been nursed and where, perhaps, he : leaders will be expected to Cora- sunshine Florida produces the States of representatives in I \ r
America
... ,. has d"ied. While such action is desirable pass their speeches inside of ten min]most delicate fruit and .vegetable crops congress assembled ,I

it is attacking the problem at utes, and speakers in the general discussion in the dead of winter." These crops ;; "That: no railroad, i I I S YOU REVERENTLY lay the flowers on the grave of some
the of in three minutes. state's assets. express company A
the wrong place because germs are among the great I I
the disease are not long lived after -- This tongue of land, named Florida steamship company, or any other departed dear one* on Memroial day let your thought alto ,
transportation line engaged in interstate
they have been expelled from the pa- THE TIMID CHILl t more than four hundred years ago, I .
tient's lungs, if exposed to the open which reaches down for five hundred commerce shall charge a higher dwell upon those still with you, depending upon you.
An eccentric city superintendent rate for the transportation of freightor
air and sunlight. So far as any real I miles between the Atlantic ocean and I
was seated awkwardly at his office merchandise in direction between
danger of infection is concerned, it the Gulf of Mexico, is so narrow thatit one PERHAPS BEFORE LONG THEY WILL' BE. .
desk, his head poked forward from his given point than it charges for
would be quite as effective if the room is swept by water-cooled breezes, no PLACING FLOWERS ON YOUR GRAVE. S ,
stooping shoulders his elbows doubledup the transportation ot. the same com
cleaned with matter from which direction the
were aired thoroughly his hack bent and his feet twined pre I modity in the opposite direction I between I .
soap and water to which I 5 per cent. 'round the side rounds of his chair, vailing winds may come. Its winter the same points. HOW WILL YOU LEAVE THEM? y
lysol can I be added on account of mu- climate has long been appreciated by '
when two women entered, bringing a I "Sec. 2. That where any railroad
contain tubercle ba- and nerve-wrecked northerners,
which ailing
'
cus may six-year-old youngster for admissionto and many: are now learning to appre- express company steamship company Have you done YOUR share' in providing for THEIR needs in, {"

cilli.The germs qf cerebro spinal menin- school. relates Lippincott's Magazine ciate its summer climate and beauty. or any in other interstate transportation commerce line is engaged case you are taken away ? Have you saved what you could to fallback ti s

gitis are short lived; those of diph- "The dear child is so timid, Mr. Mrs. Maud Welling;; Hunt, who has lived charging a higher rate for the transportation now- on in the event of sickness or distress> 'r ;'>:
theria are active for a longer period, I over a year at Crooked Lake her
R., said the grandmother. "We 1 of freight or merchandise in
but in each case the greater danger is couldn't think of sending him alone." 'home a Ruby steel cottage and cooking one direction between given points Fhis Bank offers you all the advaatafei.ota safe, .L ,
in the presence of the disease more I I "Yes, Mr. R. said the fond and eating in a tent last summer than is the yr+
chargedor
aunty. Start _i
than the walls of the room in which having been one of the hottest ever transportation reliable institution. a Bank e 't. ay. ,
"The boys have been telling him that of the the
same commodity in opposite
patient was confined. you whip little fellows and he is so experienced tells me: "You ought to direction between the same And make up your mind to put a little a way.each

Etd. This kind of dirt=for. this is a fair- timid-so shy and sensitive that--" spend the summer here,beautiful as everything") points, the lower rate shall prevail in week. The habit is a food one, and will pay yo t
is insidious. It is and thanin
ly descriptive name-- I more enjoyable '
She was interrupted by the timid each direction. well.STATE.
forth in the exhalations of the winter." she Said : "IfI !
Again e
is poured ; \
youngster who had all this time been "Sec. 3. That all laws and parts of
it /floats in the air in the driven from this I would
place
the ptaient; was
attentively studying the laws in violation of the TU-ovision of
form of a fine spray wheT ,patient ent's doubled up &Uperintend-I: not think of going north to live, as I this act are hereby repeale ." I 1\ i I
coughs; it may find lodging in the like the summer as well as the win BANK OFKISSIMMEE
"Say, stand up, will you ,
the walls and moveable
clothing, on ter. 10-CENT "CASCARETS"
"I want to how tall
see are.
i
articles in the sick room but is very you I II The winter sun shines down upon FOR LIVER AND BOWELS -
under such conditions. The the earth hour longer here
short lived fully an
I A DANIEL COME TO JUDGMENT. :
germs of tuberculosis'are carried in each day than it does in Michigan ; in t
the sputum and they contaminate I "But, Judge" protested Dingley, "Idon't the summer this solar' condition is reversed Cure Sick Headache, Constipation, ,
touched it. The dangerin for in the the sun Biliousness, Sour Stomach Bad
whatever i is by summer
see how you can fine me $50 on ; Capital] stockResoarcea _ __ _ ________ ____ ___$100,000.00
the presence of these diseases to the testimony. The constable says I bakes the earth at least an hour longer Breath-Candy Cat artlr. u u --

the doctors, nurses and attendants i.a is was exceeding the speed limit., and I I in Michigan than it does in Florida; I ov -- ------- _-______________-_____ 4o.o'oo; .
real one, and by them the infection say I wasn't. He hasn't brought any which is only another way of saying
',. may be carried to.others. outside thepatient's witnesses to substantiate his claim." that in the north the earth is heptlfig : No odds how bad your liver. stom- Officer .
room. "Thet..sutthin' in that," said the I longer and cooling a shorter portion ach or bowels; how much your head and Directors .
There'ia considerable list of infectious of the twenty-four hours than In this, achet. how miserable you are from {
we'll hey
a judge, to com 4
diseases that are usually regarded -I promise. You pay the $50 now, and part of the south. tThis helps to explain -1 i constipation, bowels-you biliousness C. A.o .CARSON, Prwt J. M. LEE. Vice Prest.

, aa unimportant, such AS measv some time, when you're passin' this the.prevalence of sunstrokes and and sluggish always get M. KATZ.. 2nd VICe'Prest.
relief,with Ca careta. They Immediately }
) les, mumps and others,\that arc tups' way again, J.stlet )'ourold, car-out heat prostrations in the northern posed to belong particularly the ,fer all she's worth; and we'll call i iiSquare. states and ,the.entire freedom from I I. cleanse and regulate the stom'ach -' ROMA THOMAS. Assistant. Cashier " '

x>\,' period of childhood. Some wisjbjnoth- ."-Jtfdjr them in. Florida. Consult an official!!: ,, remove the sour, fermenting food : .' - {
eta regard them a. a necessary evil table prepared by the .United States-! and foul gases; take the excess bile --- .

<* which every child "has to have" soon- INTERESTING. weather bureau an4 you will find that] from the liver and carry off the con .5 0'' .. rt
-,- er or' l.ter.aDd the particular 'anx- tre't-"I! am selling mining>tock; ,the.highest temperature ever reported -] tipated wast* matter and poison s

<:"v let,.U that the children: shall "catch" copldiCtJ interest yeu1Farmer"You'surs '. at Tampa Florida in forty years I Iwas98.degrees front'the intestines and bow.lA . .

J.. '.,!. them when household or society affairs could; I've alien la the shade, and At 10-centi.box. from' .your druggist: will . -... -. ,. _.___ : .
*. make it leaatr'tAOonve&.nt. to nurse wanted to see a BUM enough bun Detroit 10J ,and Marquette: 108 in I: k.epynun.Uver' ,and bowels clean : "" ,, Ai'M I '

'' '' '!'.'.the little patient co steerer.. "-Birmingham.. _. Age-Uer-. Michigan.. >< 1 stomach: "'sweet and head,.clear for ,Galley >Gazette Adi '
Deliver.They
;.. 'iBnt'tteaa..affliction,1-however': .., 'my- I"aid., ,l But there'1 reasons, than month. .They" work whil.-,you sleep.I ,' .

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,PA'CI'a.' 1 yi4', ,.. THE 'KISSIMMEE; VALLEY 'CA'ZE1TE. a FRIDAY 'MARCH 27', 1.1' '

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.J St Petersburg Is 'holding-a DeSoto 0'0044444400004+oo44 and' Mr. N G i or-of Johnstown.'Pa.; I 4444' 0,40004.4, +44040 + .t' ,'

The, Kissimmee Valley Gazette. celebration this week and theevent Mr' and Mrs Sam Allison and Mr. O : ', +

is attracting large crowds accordingto TO THE PUBLIC. Frank-Allison: of Galesburg,. 111.; Mr.I LETTERS TO THE *: t

K PC I.oISHED EVERT FRIDA"rOFJrt BIN VALLJDT GAZETTE. SWIpINO, the newspapers,' and everybody is ,. .:......-i. ; Voss Ryan ,of Canada, Miss. Alma' VALLEY GAZETTE. ,* r
,.KIS8IMlEE. OSCIIOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA. happy. : ,001A,g.eat-many---ot... my partial} ,* Trammell of Lakeland, Mrs' Tress, .
.. -ow =- > ... .. friends hsve been urging me to Mrs. Bend r;.Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Breck- 0..a4oo+++ o+ a, 4o4oq;.* ** ,,
B, HARiu8' ... ... '" .. .. .. \. :. er The passing ; Jesse Edgar Burg 4 announce' my candidacy for the 4 enridge, Mr. and Mrs. lI -(i.-Sieverthi' I ,WISH I WAS ".'' tIN

J. TR1FUTTV .. .. .._ _:..::: :.. it r Gainesville on Tuesday closed: the- v legislature"from Osceolacounty *, Misses lizabeth,Cain', Frances Tress, FLORIDA. .
irt"W. : ; : .= career of one o'f' Florida's brightest o at this time. This demapd is"+ Catharine Breckenridge, 'Carmel .Ro Salem, :'10., March 18, 191. '

SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One copy; One rear three-.tr"1IT.-5"-1'.: .!? newspaper men... By his activity and *. very great and my friends have 4 tunda Elsie-Dietz, Mary Burkam, Lu-. Mr. S. J. Triplettr c" '
.. eopyy si smonths .-...-...-4------1 ,'i one copy, --r--" ; tireless work he justly earned the < advanced .strong argument why it 4 cie Pierce!' Anna Neimeyer and Leona In ten days it will be one year since ,,4''
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) AU communications:: except.L.- from" our authorized correspondents. must b, name of "Never Sleep; and now that 4> would be wise to do.so. Collins, Messrs.. Laurence Tress, Don we left the "8Unny south" land and
,. the writer. he has entered upon that eternal rest 4"' I beg to say that I have given 4> Beuter, Tony Rogero Billy Burkam, oh, what a longing we have- for hit' 't-'

_aIPft: J::. matter will not be return, _e4< unle.. called h'-----fbr. . ., -- that awaits us all, there are' none to the matter the most careful pos- <. Don Siever LefttejuQffoxd, Leon Bass mild climate, the golden sunsets, the f''

r r >Bntr d a"ttolfleinl0,. ;; "'; VVr ';';., Florida.- a. Moond-class mall mallet fill his place., 4* sible,, consideratiori! _awL9p4: that 4 Alfred Tano.C Immle- Sa'irord. Chas. georgeous flowers and all the good .',
'' -'--'-' -- ,-- The -r -Gazette-Newslaeued f' -- -- .m) business affairs will not Justify 4 Cain Jlrrmfle Buckles, Ed Roberts things the south hasflowers. fruits "* y
Daytona < to devote the < Charley E W. Garner Mr. and '
1 j' me necessary Rogero. people. ;7
last week that
FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1914 a pictorial supplement 4 time to the campaign this.spring, 4> Sandiago all of Kissimmee. We have had a severe winter. Nowwe
,.- -! :. = I was a marvel of typographical excel 4> nor to attend tha.:sessions of leg4> are in the grip of a blizzard. The .
,, lence.: It contained twenty-eight pages 41 islature during/ the two. months 4 KASTEUX STAR, RECEPTnJN.. snow is deep and still falling andf ;i'
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KISSIMMEE WILL DO ITS FULL SHAKE TOWARD THE BUILDING ,I and cover, printed "on -highly* _enameled 4 next year. If my business af- > ladies f course cold.Whittier's. :'
book with handsome The oOhe Eastern Star helda
numer a
THIS ROAD. paper 4- fairs shaped differently 14 "Snow Bound' 'is
OF . were quite l
views of buildings and scenes in that reception! at the chapter house on
<- would not, and could not afford 4 applicable to us mont of the time, onlywe
Editor deserves much Wednesday afternoon the hostesses of
city. Fitzgerald
.
I to refuse to serve fellow citizens have. other books to study beside .
t", The following i is taken from the Jacksonville Metropolis of -lfonday : i il I credit for his efforts in portraying thej I Ii in capacity my that they 4_ the occasion being Mrs. Earl Lupfer, :
of interurban line out of Jack- advantages of his city in such splendid : any Mrs. Sam Lupfer, Mrs. S. B. Aultmrfn the almanac. '
l "Again there is talk of the construction an I j j might wish me to. However, for I met a friend oil theBtreet..Qne I
'::" eonville. This time the line in to run to the central part of the state. .The manner. 4 two sessions heretofore I have 4> and Mrs. R. D. Port-r. day and he said: "Mrs. Fowler it is
.i... Kill immee and Sanford are included. The last rumor is to I I Only members and those eligible for t
cities of Orlando 4>
I Live Oak is alive l to the necessityof < devoted the best energies, time invited. so strange that you and I wquld stay
interested in th.j membership were
the effect that some Canadian capitalists are proposition. : a good public school building and 4 and talent that I had to the servo 4 here when we know what Florida is. )
Refreshments and the
served
Millor of
T. K. I'lttsburgnd
"This road Is to connect up with that started by : 4 ice of people and tried to rep4 were know ...
between'I has voted $70,000 in bonds fbr that my Those that do not are excua-. i.. .
that went far an Hi Ret a right of way following' interesting program was
so :
associate company : The county will add $15,000to .< resent them fairly and honestly. able." And yesterday I saw an old
KidRimmee and Orlando, but the road was never built. The new proposition I purpose. 4 of them have ben Q rendered: "
that amount. We would A great many soldier who said: "Don't you wish
. is for the Canadian capitalists to acquire the rights of the old c'company and <0> kind enough to that I have 4 Instrumental solo-Mrs. Howell. in Florida. I two' .
say
SUlClCellt'l
that if a portion of that $ you were spent
Vocal solo Miss Joe Berta
, the rood Bryan.
the and actually construct II
ahead plans 4 "
go with '' added to the salaries of the succeeded to their entire satis- winters there and never had* cold. ,
"It has just come to light that not more than two weeks ago the.vlce. the- of the Live Oak school it would possi 4 faction. I am doing .thin, that all 4 Talk Reading-Eastern Mrs. Earl Star Lupfer.work-Mrs. And the poor old fellow looked as ifhe ...
traction companies in on
president of one of the largest electric operating bly'result in better educated children. my good friends may understand 41 I could stand'the blast of only a few '
Dominion of Canada visited Orlando, and to a friend, who resides there, commented -">-- -_____u ) 4 thai my business affairs will not 4> Scramblin. mo're winters here. ,e.
I upon the growth of the city and its possibilities. He remarked: The" ,, One of the greatest asests that any -: justify me to undertake this at '4> History, of Masonry and Order of I Next I want to tell you I hope you
of the state ? the Eastern Star-Dr. A. J. Holt. ..lI
will! located here in the center
will l he much larger, it, ,
rity never state or country has is its children. < this time, and trust that they will 4 will be elected representative of
"Oh yeK" said the friend, "it is not only growing/: rapidly now, but when theproPoSLod' Kissimmee has a splendid asset along 4 overlook what might seem to be 41 NOTICE. ceola county.
) Samford-Orlando.Kissimmee> electric railway is< built it will grow that line und have shown 4> lack of 4> Os'i'i
our people a appreciation on my I We, my daughter and I, are
:-- much faster" and the Canadian, their appreciation by erecting/ for the C' part of their good wishes and de- 41 Butterick Patterns on sale at half the pictures of the KiHsimmee t(, ',
"The mention of the electric line put the ball in motion, use and benefit of their children, a > sires concerning this great mat- 41 price. F. H. Lawson. 14-tf We read everything in the Gazette, :
,"P' at once showed renewed interest, for 't later developed that he was out on a school of 4- .>
magnificent building, one the ter. even the ads., and think the paper
mission of l looking for new electrical development the company he representshaving hhown l Lest pel haps in the state. When you '*- Therefore, 1 beg to announce < SOME ONE WILL MOURN. j too good to be read by only two, so i
New interest
i a large surplus U be invested in new lines. was Drink of educating your children, remember 4 at this time that I will not be a give them to those who need to seek -
t in the town, and the gentleman began at once to make investigation He' that Kissimmee is extending < candidate in the comptng primary Some one has time to earn dollars, t a pleasant clime.
made to Sanford, and then to Kissimmee, going Twelve hours or more in the day;
automobile
hired a trip |
an Osceola <
the opportunity to every child to receive for the legislature from Mrs. C. W. Flemming's poem ex-
the entire territory covered by the proposed line. But no time to attend services, '
over 4
education. < .
"Since returning to ( anada he has written his friend, asking him to get I .0 an 4> county.Permit me to say, however 41 Where the Holy Ghost ban right of prese.sd Bull's our sentiments as well as'Mrs. , -

t all the information possible as to right of way, where it would pas throughOrlandoand Kissimmee and St. Cloud are neighbors that I have not i i.I1. any sense lost < way. ,I', Some prose day poem.we may wander back +
what terms the old organization would make to a company who bat wish to have a better path Some one will mourn over their !sorrowful
4
4 interest in public Tnatters. I am again./ If we do there will be only c'
would build the line. The information is wanted by the first of April, at'' their A is fate
], iK'twe-en yards.! movement < extremely alive to all the things 4> two, as my beloved husband passed
which time the electric company holds/! its annual meeting. on foot to change the county road that 4- that would be of benefit to Os- O As they turn away from the pearly I Ito the Great Beyond soon after our

When this question was presented to our people some four years ago by ,, now connects the two places and by ceola county or to the state of < white gate. 111 return.

the Valley Gazette, there were some who t'laimed' it was about the wildest ( the new arrangement shorten-Xbe distance 4 Florida, and will always try to Some they really don't know We have 'many pleasant memoriesof

ircheme that ever found room in a man's brain, by. others that the schemes, the building several of miles.bridges This crossing will require two 4- stand for what I think is right, 4 Just one what says to do with this kind .of Kissimmee\ but no degire to truck y?
4 and do those things that will re- farm. No more life on Smith Dorian
y would be good twenty years hence, and by others that' it was not only bayous of Lake Tohopekaliga. Every 41 suit in best interests for the ad4> meetings. Point ft'

ble, but would do more to build up this section than any other dozen f"abi-I mile saved will mean more travel between ''' vancement of prosperity for all 4 They are show not at all interested; they With best of wishes for you and 4

of the'two first-mentioned crowds Kisslmmoe and St. Cloud to the <, people, and to aid in the selec-
that could be'employed.! Today the ranks I our And their time in yours, and also a desire that Dr. Rivers' -
'. how many vacant places, and those of the fatter have grown until it numbers I advantage of both places.Times- < tion of public officials who stand seeking.spend pleasure hospital will prove not only a'
Union. four square for the right. boon to the afflicted but to Dr. Rivers
the majority of the people from Sanford to Kissimmee.In A Some one will mourn over their sorrowful -
: 4 Very respectfully 4- also. Yours
; it'has very truly, f
last week's issue of the Valley Gazette we advocated the building of an For many years perhaps been I > ( Signed) C. S. ACREE. 4- I fate Mrs. F. A. Fowler.
that the of they from the
jjenerally supposed name As turn away pearly
,
electric line railway from St. Cloud Southport byway of Kissimrnand4 beautiful Lake white -
our Tohppekatiga gate.
that idea, we find, has been well received by the people of this city and St. meant the lake of the sleeping tiger, j C' + 4444444444444444 4 THE VALLEY GAZETTE f.

l Cloud the citizens of the latter city saying they will put up their part of the''' but we have heard it said that the THIS IS THE LIMIT. Some one has time for lodges, WILL FOLLOW THEM.
in Indian I Clubs societies each in the KissUnmee Fla., March 24, 1914.Edlt.or .
the scheme is working basis. | name language means great night 4
money as loon as placed on a The Tribune received yesterday the
pasture. It is not our purpose to week, Valley Gazette: I want to-
i But this St. Clpud-Southport line need in nowise interfere with the proposed |I start a controversy over the following interesting communication But-a real Holy Ghost tent meeting tell you how much I have enjoyed the

line frorn<:Sanford to Kissimmee, for it was the intention to continue I but it occurs to us when we name'j signed "Anonymous" and coming Ha never yet been known to seek. Gazette since I have been here, and

"on?' line to Sanford on the north and to some point on the, east; coast just as the broad acres of pasture lying on from Not Kissimmee wishing to: cause displeasure Some one will mourn over their sorrowful that we expect to have it become a
all sides of this lake that the latter any fate i- weekly visitor in our northern home
conditions woulcYwarrant.. There is denying the fact
business no of
the
as
Boon part
interpretation would be the more applicable on your newspaper As they turn away from the pearly also to tell you of a pleasant time, a
j' that a line between this city and St. Cloud is necessary from a business! stand than the former. there appeared your paper An arti- white gate. milestone along the journey of life

point, and there is no defying the fact that it would be a paying proposition'' -<0>-- - cle referring to a foolish act committed which Mrs. Frances Van Duzer erectI. }

from) the beginning, but the stumbling block appears to be the absence of "An immense acreage has been by a French lady in known Paris upon the Some one goea pleasure riding on SunGossiping ed when on Monday afternoon she invited -
planted in truck in and around Kis- the editor of a paver as to her home at the
Cozy
with 'which to build it that is those who have the are afraid well 'day? cornerof
t money' money simmee the Gazette. Figaro.) Being very acquainted Patrick
says Valley talking all kinds of stuff. street and Beaumont ave F
:A' to put it into the scheme for fear, they wouldn't. make 40 per cent. on the investment "Cabbage/ which does splendidly here with the ways, customs and aristocratic Some one goes to the picture show, nue the ladies whom Mrs. McNally

' has yielded a huge crop and is going $ bearing of the French lady and the Monday, a roomer of hers, had made the acquaintance -

Now comes a man from Canada and sees the wonderful opportunities/ of forward rapidly. Many acres have said lady having not yet been broughtto And each night in the week, butnever of during her stay .in this .
,
f' been added this year to the tomato trial, it would seem very gentlemanly N 'enough. delightful city. A social little corn'r r
get
this, section, opportunities that have been staring our people in the face for if would kindly defer from
fields and the plants are already at you Some one will mourn over their sor- pany of women met to bid her good
the past ten yean, and says he, will find capital with which to build the road. the blooming stage; it will bring an publishing such articles as would re- rowful fate bye and God-speed. Her gentlenessand

f,,4: 1 And this same man from Canada will rrrake a fortune out of the scheme while unusually high price this year on account flect upon the character of a high-born As they turn away from the pearly winning ways had endeared her to V

..... _our people! alt supinely! by and chew grits and white meat and loan their money of the late cold that has damaged 36 French' wpman. without her consent to white gate. them all. One of the number had a i"
so. .
the trucx-armost. everywhere. camera, and as the (title party grouped i:+
at low interest.Therc.it The Gazette adds that strawberriesare Our unknown correspondent is, indeed Some one will cry out too late at last themselves on the steps and veranda 'l

a little aed: -headed fellow up in Sanford by the name of Holly who now being given considerable attention very solicitous for the well-being When their latest breath on earth is among the flowers of March she . :'f
and there is another semi-red headed fellow in Orlando Kissimmee and next of the Tribune. The articles to which snapped and the little
Z r dltsthe_, .Herald, by in :year past: .us, group thus 'r
the growersjwill shipping the berries he refers are the Associated' Press "The harvest is the summer I is caught will prize the picture as a memento -
the name of Reese, who edits" the, Sentinel, and then there is a black-headed past
of the murder of the
cowardly
In carload lots-..Times-Union.,, /ptories of this afternoon of
ended pleasure
"; fellow down her named Triplett;who'edits the Valley Gazette, that have written -, V .. +V.. editor of the Figaro by Madame>Cail- And J not, "saved." made possible by our worthy hostess.
am
,.columns stuff,4n advocacy of hl.l schema, and have button-holed, every'man' , An 'article on the /'Spread of Tuberculosis laux, which is the sensation of the i Some one will mourn over their sor. She had secured a very neat Eaater 'I' .

z t be he banker or ]baker,'that they could capture and filled thenr full of reasonsviy'tWs ," in a recent >number of the moment' in the, French capital. This rowful fate booklet with space where each could .

,. Sanford-Kissimmee line ehould'be built, and at times the question Journal of the American Medical association writer the, who is' "so customs well acquainted"with and aristocratic ': As they turn away from the. pearly sign their name and presented it'to I
points to the conclusion that "ways white gate. Mrs. McNally who prized it..ry :
of confining them in a home at Chattahoochee was seriously considered by of the "French
-1. bearing" lady"in much. Van
the main factor in decreasing the MRS. MISSOURI BRONSON, Mrs. Duzer, assisted by ,,
citnens respective towns, but the scenes are shifting, and instead of spread of that disease has been hospital question thinks the Tribune should KisslmnVee, Fla. her granddaughter, served a delicious .

J--:, these three gentlemen being fit subjects for the buggery, they are on the eve sanatorium care of the sick obtain her consent before printing lunch. Then as the afternoon drew ,''
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in which
1'. of being acclaimed the foremost boosters and developers in central Florida. ones. This gives' the sick a chance anything about the tragedy Backward, turn backward, oh, time, in to a close we bade our friends good
she has become involved. This is '
well and the 'well \ bye, and feel that these occasions of ;r'
tQ get protects flight,
your
0: When these three men tackle a job they never turn loose until it is carried toY about the limit. We will have to refer -
', i' members of the family from the constant Give us a girl whose skirts aren't too sociability, the kindness of your people
,{.. a successful conclusion, and they will not cease agitating the question of an'iI' reinfection which would make our unknown mentor to Mr. Met- tight. and the ideal climate make Florida ,

electric line railway between Sanford and Kissimmee until it is built and in them sick. It is a matter of common ville E. Stone, the general manager of Give us a girl whose charms-general- and especially Kissimmee a good .
: operation. record that, where( the sick are cared the Associated Press, which associa- ly few, place to be in. Yours truly, '

;'iI'; __-- "-: : _n ,_'. ____ .: _: for at home, the children of the family tion case,is but sending with/ out the the caution news that of the he Are not exposed by a wide "peek-a- Mrs. G. N. Abbott.
New Milford Conn.REGISTRATION.
at least, take the disease, and unless boo. ..
.. receive .
...It probably will no reply. That
removed become consumptive. Give us a jl'irl-no matter what age- V
: ';. THE "DEADLINE" OF THE CHURCHES. newspapers must obtain the consent ofa NOTICE. s
Especially is this true in the indigent Who knows that the street ian t a
murderer before printing an accountof

t Ministers I family. --- -4------ the crime is something entirely new Give vaudeville who stage.is all in view Notice is hereby given that the reg-
are by no means the only'ones who have a dead-line marked indebted us a girl not istration books for Osceola
idea for which county
across) the course of their usefulness and efficiency. Churches are also sub- I State Manager Richardson of the -an to this Kissimmee we oracle.-Tampa are Dress her in skirts the sun can't shine will be opened at my store in Kissim-

'i .:r;J.--:"_ $. .,..-th. same disability. And if there were nomeexercise of ecclesiastical Florida Settlement department and of the Southern Tribune. through. mee on March 15th as required by .
Development Organization
% < Authority: which might?mark definitely and wisely-or even foolishly, as "puly I has recently returned from a While Kissimmee men are noted for POOR IKEY. law 12-4t, and will close April 15th. C
C. W. GRIFFIN
their and admirationFor ,
T'/i pit committees" and congregations often circumscribe a minister's acceptability trip to the Isthmus of Panama, where the bravery gentler chivalry sex we did not believeit "Don't fool, Ikey is a sick man. ," Supervisor of Registration. ;..

"It( '. -th limit of church serviceability, there might ccme a better day. he assisted in organizing a' large colony harbored a man who would be guiltyof said a Hill dweller to Tom Riley. "All
club of ex-employes who have become the time he hollers mit one hand for FOR RENT-One good store room
There it is to be feared boards of
are deacons and
ik: many sessions congregations writing an anonymous letter even
interested in this state. It is and
ice water and mit the other hand for warehouse cheap. Apply to
:H' from fifty to seventy-five years! behind the times. They are content expected that the club will compriseat though it be a plea for friend a French mur- the doctor.-Newark News. R. S. Floyd. tf f

',;:' 'it to worship in an antiquated!! and unsightly building. They can not be least 100 families and Mr. Rich deress.if we We can assure locate the UoArJb1ixote Lambrightthat

"'.... pursuaded to" provide any booms, facilities or equipment for modern Sabbath ardson U now engaged in securing we will furnish him witfTan ass to ride

school work. And when the to modern propositions to place before the club.A the aid of his For
; spur effort is used by the baffled minister little later a committee of the club to lady. a womanto
I he Is told that whep he fills all the kill a man in France: may be termed .
riq; vacant seats in the church and enlarges will come to the States and the>will -- .
t the school to twice or-thrice. its numbers, there will be occasion to be' met by the officials of the organization the eccentricity in :America of an call aristocratic it* ,
lady; we plain -
.... \ consider the question of improvements. and taken over the various murder. .

In how many churches are the current expenses-managed in the old propositions. Dr. Hopkins organization.director of
napfcazard .
agriculture of the the .
Joe Hugh Reese. editor of the Or-
IF
: way, to the serious detriment of the organization and the painful best known soil expert in the world, lando Sentinel has announced his candidacy -

.C,,embarrassment. of; the pastor! And let him agitate and edwcate concerning going with the party to pass upon the : for the legislature from Or-

'. the appro.ed and progressive system of benevolence ever so efficiently and I merits of the various lands. offered. ange cQunty. We know Reese and we

,'r try tp develop the grace of liberality and to reduce religious giving to. the ANOTHER PRESS* GANG. know him to be eminently qualified for ,

' rules of order aad weekly' worship there is no movement toward progress. the Florida office.yet. There when people is some of hope Reese's for would keep your feet well

fc'l Be my plead with ever so much unction for personal work for soul., and Newspaper men of fivq! counties calibre consent to serve in the state's you I

:' endeavor ever zealously to make the Sabbath evening service an efficient Osceola, Orange, Seminole, Lake and law-making body. -He should receive dressed ,
Volusia-are actively: moving toward ....
& 'gtAangelizing, agency; and the reminder comes to him that "our people do not the organization of a press associa the vote of every real ,democrat. in lr

..,..: I 1 ,go-to. church to any extent in the evenings." tion. The idea was. advanced by EdItor Orange county. 0-

L !iWclfoe' *n a great age.. Initiative, progress, new adaptation of principles, Bob Holfy of the Sanford Herald Them Us

:,t... ."j/wUdom* at least equal to that of the children of this world in their generation and has Triplett been warmly of the Kissimmee Seconded by Gaz-Editor MRS. TRESS GIVESSURPRISE Bring to f

: f1'r' ,'are Imperatively demanded. There are, it may be, ministers over the' ette and others. ..,

: ;; .,dead-line who deserve to be there; but there are many churches also in the Kissimmee probably will be the. PARTY \

;.". same condition. There are ministers put aside from active service because place for the meeting of organizationand We can show you the New ,

Inert and low have we may anticipate a notable as- MONDAY NIGHT AT FIREMEN'S
congregations defeated all their efforts
to move forward.Hindrance .
.1.1 and discouragement and obstruction have disabled all their effi-' semblance occasions of County journalistic and district lights on press that HALL HER TO A FRIENDS.A NUMBER. OF Styles in ,all the latest wear for ::'

.' ; ,-. 'There may be preachers who have no "vision" or '"message;" there associations have been advocated in tfSpring'and a'

'..\ i an) 'a! oeld,, .., deacon. and congregations without any program, objective Florida for some time. They can but much enjoyed surprise party w sidven
be beneficial to-the profession and to Mrs. Tress at the firemen's
.,,' or goal of effort. Churches make or unmake' rlinisters ministersdo by
"of' as fully as SummerDUTTONIIARRJS
.; ehurches -Selected. the business relations of the newspa hall Monday night, to her friends, Mr. ._'

',... pers.Meantime and Mrs. Horton, and three daugh-
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--- every editor in Florida ere and Mr.' N Gaynor, all of Johns
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P I. ought to be making arrangements now town Pa.Some -
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.;; a ,.-Then, down the state is Stonewall There is something to hope for'from to attend the State Press association forty guests were present to ,

.'.Jackson. Triplett running for the legislature.'Mr. the next Florida legislature. Two *ditors convention at Fort Myers next month enjoy the royal good time 'which Mrs. V
Triplett a man of maitkre Triplett of the Kissimmee ,Val This is to be the,beat meeting in thehistory Tress knows just how to furnish. The CO. -
experience in legislative way.; ley Gazette-and Wood, of the Ensue of te-association, with the evening was spent in dancing and ,
'be I&MWS the game; he knows how to Lake Resrionannotplced.and.. .- of exception, of course, of the one held at playing game and dainty refresh \
tttetfcie" political crook and he won't course, they will be elected.. ,If, they, Tampa last'" '. It should be largely ments' were served during the evenlag FOOT FITTERS '

I." .stesKto to'' do'' if on every 'occasion.JhsjiesfJs don't succeed in imparting ,a i higher,. attended and the distinguished' visitor 'and all departed at.a late hour, '.. .. a
'f of his district and the state mental-i-and morale-tone to' :that of.the occasion :
,Vi .-Preaideat Marshall voting Mrs. Tress to be a most splendld ?
soiree not have, a atronger advocate on body of-legislators Chen,will the"e should be greeted by at least one hostess Those present were Mr.
...' lr. of the 'legislature Chas. be a hopeless one indeed-Polk County representative of.every,publication and Mrs; Horton and the Misses Lor. .
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'JRIDAYMAR-CH 27,' 11J4 THE -tflSSIMMEE, .VALLEY GAZETTE_ # :PAGE' 1. el!
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" THE E1SSIHMEE VALLEY gAZETTE v..-. J'..-Laaker'I fti-for%1 his 1 home- at The preliminary contest I .. J.:, E.. 'Mullenix and famil ho are' -, ., \

:Xi Telephone No.,11. Johnstown N/ yesterday// after nuaL declamation medal recent' arrivals in our city from western " *>, ' \ . . t "
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of several weeks' Carson medal is being has' "
'. stay t in Ki limmee. the Xentucky/ embarked inT" variety .. .
The. air J. .,1 t4ral filled with ecola high school yesterday store "'North- -and .
Published. Every" Friday: .By; ,"now_ y. on Broadway- riM
\ W. M. UAKK1S.Weatljer ., Practically the entire high has a nice line of goods that he-U inviting : : t4
I '. the -oforhnga,, blossoms, the the exception the the attention of the buying pub. . ..
I :: ( blossom ,beinj; the heaviest ever participating, the high a h l lie, through the column of the Valley ,. ,
known in this section. 'The prospect acting as,Judges. Gazette A visit to his, store will be '
are exceeaioglybrla-ht for 'a buntper T.cieht to convince,one of-the bar ., ,.
:
,h ., Report crop of citrus fruit next season. 'The'ministers report one gains he .i is offering.Mr. ..- '
) helpful meetings Monday ,
Frank Gautler, traveling representative -. ever held since their and Mr. E. W. Bowen of Delphi :I r ., +'rti* "
of the Osceola Fertilizer e .m- there being present Revs. Ind.,'-are spending a couple of j
t, "Following are the daily temperatures :- pany, with headquarters at, Jackson S. W.: Lawler and W. B. weeks here renewing acquaintancesthey ,,- .
and precipitation as ville, is spending the week in thls-sec- Tile hour was given almost made during the time Mr. Bowen ';; I

reported by the' Government: tion, looking .after his extensive trade. matters of spiritual was.owner of 20,000 acres of landon ,
. the Kissimmee which he o'J
', station at Kissimmee for the F. A. Lincoln has opened the Man I deeply devotional. sold to E. L. Lesley prairie and W., C. 'Bass '- .

;: week ending March 26, 1914. hattondining room, which was recently -i J. .A. Rice and( family, to be used ash cattle&.nch. It is lOc 20cWesterman
closed by G. B. Poe, and is spent the past several possible Mr. Bowen will again invest

.J., Max.Min.RainSaturday ready to again accommodate his many Cloud, passed through the heavily in land in this section, -as he is
J 82 57 ___ friends with first class meals and serv nesday en route to a firm believer in' Kissimmee and Oi- J '\

l Sunday .. 74 49 .18 i ice. - .*, Mr. Rice Is president: of ceola county's future. __
Land and Investment
':4. Monday _'.- 70 41 _n The enthusiasm was popping off at as the National Tribune Mrs. C. A. Noble, formerly well

"Tuesday _- 74 48 h_ the board of trade last Monday night organ of the G. A. R. known in Kissimmee as Mrs. Annie L.

Wednesday 78 66 and from the spirit we may Cannon, but now living at Redding, T I .
m tinge
look forward for big to.-be accomplished Calvin J. Locke, one of Pa., is the guest of Mrs. W. B. M akin- "
t Thursday 78 66 ._
'I. \ here during the summer residents of this section son. Mrs. Noble moved from Kissim & (
't Friday .?_ 81 56 ___ months.Mr. died at his home irt the -mee to Pennsylvania number of Hopkins !

section Tuesday night and and though she has been ;
,
.OOOtOOOO..OOOOOOOO and Mrs. F. A. Lincoln have years ago a \...
taken charge of the Manhattan hotel in the Boggy Creek constant reader of the Gazette, she'I I In High-Claim Vaudeville at i iPETCR"
nesday. Mr. Locke was stated that she was utterly unprepared
Ml 1 1 I 1 1 1 I I III.. I ,I I H I II 1 1 1 dining room and will"conduct it on the years of age and had for the wonderful l changes for the I ,. '
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European plan. We understand
many health for several I PASTIME THEATER
-****** years. better that have taken place-here since .
changes and improvements are con- '
1-i!! LOCAL: FIEID. :: templated. Mr. Prator Gilbert she was a resident. rt. 4

1 L. L. Kibbe and wife, who have large number of his Mrs H. D. Geiger and little daugh- SA TURD Y NIGHT
the day night at'lhe home of ters and Mrs. Anni'eB., Crow, who, has
winter here left
spent Wednesday .
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Mr. and Mrs. F. R. been Mrs. :
Gejger's here for
guest sev- < .
for their home at Guthrie Okla.
: They
street, in honor of his eral weeks past.left Kissimmee Mon- j :1
will return here jn the fall when it is
WML Brokaw, with Griffing Brothers rious games were played, day night, the former going to Greenfield .
", the tree people. 40-tf probable they will become permanent dainty refreshments H.
residents.! N. where she will visit relatives MISS
cream and cake, were for several months, and the latter DON'T THIS !
'i Born, to Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Pherigo, !
1E.: Williams and daughter Mae returning to her home in Winchester : .
March 16th, a son. The commissioners' I
,,4 of St Cloud, were visitors to the city Mass. Mr. Geiger accompanied -
in yesterday. Mr. Williams at time well attended by our I themes far Washington, D. C., ,
Morgan J. Bass of Mulberry was one citizens and business 1- }
the city"yesterday. was a remdentof Ki"Bimm e, and stat- and on his return stopped a day or

Miss Alma Trammell) visited her 1 ed best that town he'in till Florida.believes it to )be .the I their young presence' ladies graced, onejof the them: 1 twtr in Jacksonville legal business i 1I I PAN SOCIETY DR. EUGENE: SWOPENOTEDLECTURER- ,,- -:

r mother in.Lakeland Sunday.See Carson and the reporter The annual meeting of the stockholders -
Our city had the \honor; of entertain- thf ,came of the other, of the Southern Utilities company LADIES MINSTRELSTO }

our Shoes before buying. else- ing as her distinguished guests on glad to bole their pres nce.S. I was held in this city on Tues- I

i where. F. H. Lawson. 14-lt Thursday the entire board of railroad L. Jr. who day, when the business of the past OPEN GRAYSTONE CASLNO .- -- ,(
\ Lupfer, ,
'a commissioners, composed of lion. R. nexed rear was gone over and the following TONIGHT-SPLENDID/ PROGRAM WILL SPEAK AT AUDITORIUM. ,\
Mrs. C. E. of Narcoossee a government job
Denig was
}I H. Burr, chairman, lion. N. A. Blitch of mail carrier, officers elected : President, W. TB. ARRANGED. TUESDAY NIGHT IN INTER :.
shopping among our stores Saturday. and Hon. K. C. Dunn. Crawford, Kissimmee I Ii .
; vice-president, -
number of his friends at EST OF AUDUBON ;
White Shoes for the whole family. night in honor S. L. Silden, New York, and H. C. Adams | Miss J. Pearle Rogers, who wilj pre- 1 n i ;
,1, Come and see them. F. H. Lawson. Mrs. J. L. Overstreet is in receiptof teenth Tuesday birthday. The Jacksonville; secretary T. W. I Lgent her novelty performance in this SOCIETY.
(';' 14-lt information that her sister, Mrs. Moffatt, New York; assistant secretary ',! city tonight for the benefit of the La- I --- ;
took the form
I evening
J. M.-f'aulk, who has been severely ill and F. G. Whitney, Jacksonville; I dies' Aid of the Christian church, The people of Kissimmee will have-;' '
s F. V.; Hovery of Fort Myers and at her home at Cairo, Ga., is rapidly I games ments. eating treasurer, J. D. White, New York. I states that everything l is in perfect the opportunity on Tuesday night of
recovering and will be entirely out of i for the of ladies 1
readiness large cast
+ Punta Gorda was here Tuesday on hearing one of America's foremost .
business.' danger in a few days. : W. W. Bonney, the man The Sunday school meeting at the speakers, Dr. C. E. pe-tiationml
ting Orange Center on the I Methodist church next Sunday at 2:30: lecturer of the Audubon society, -
Mrs. C. A. Williams\ and appearing
y Mr. and Mrs. John F. Walters leave son Henry, o'clock p. m. should be attended I
a few hours here .Tuesday, I at the auditorium. _
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who have been spending the winter city 4
for brief visit with friends at every Christian worker in the
today a with their ROn and brother, F. E. Williams that many people had : The names bri the and the'"I Dr. Swope lives at Cincinnati Ohio.

Tampa. at St. Cloud, passed through town during the past topics to be discussed program should'] be a but has spent the Winter in Florida
Mrs. A. E. Drought and little daughter the city Wednesday em route to their formation from his agents guarantee that all will receive valu- and has generously donated hi. services -
ter of St. Cloud were visitorg'in this home at St. Joseph, Mich. denote the immigration able help from attending. The Sun- on many occasions during the past 4
during the summer.
city yesterday. ,0- The people of Kissimmee should day school is one of the most effective few months.

give Superintendent Crooke of the The new Thurman departments of the work of the The purpose of Dr. Swope's lectors +
County Commissioner A. F. Bass of church and calculated is to create renewed Interest in the i
Anti-Saloon League an enthusiastic is now completed and j everything to |
St. Cloud was transacting business i hearing Sunday and Sunday night. for the first attraction improve it should have a hearty welcome protection bird life, to the end that ,

here Wednesday. The cause which he represents is vital 'credit to this or any and steady support. I, those innocent songster God has created M"

Special for Saturday: Shrimp, in the extreme. Give him a boost. 'the size of Kissimmee Mr. and Mrs. Adolph L. Ziller -of for man's pleasure hall not disappear
j of earth.
from the face the
and oysters, at the Broadway to. see the public show New Albany, Ind. have for the
clams ,
Mr. and Mrs. Obed Mitzel of Nar- tion by attending the past ji The lecture is free to all and a t
FisH Market. Phone 270-L. 14-lt ten days been the guest of E; A. Nie- i general
i coossee were visitors to the city Saturday may appear from time to meyer. Mr. Ziller is one of the jI. invitation la extended( the public
pro-
Tom Walker has opened an auto Mrs. Mitzel is the efficient prietorsof the Home to be present and hear this.learnexf
cgarage in the Miller building in the teacher of the school at Narcoossee, L. A. Murphy, wife devoted exclusively'Organizer to ,ad-a I. and interesting speaker discuss a top
but stated she would not be for years have made their newspaper
'F rear of the bowling alley. an applicant vertising, and which is circulated free. ic that is engaging much attention of
for the position at the next term. in Kissimmee, left 1
our people today.
h Mrs. H. J. Rogero of St. Augustine' ha, 111., Where they will He says the venture has proven a I
:::1' is here for a brief visit with her par- We 'regre t that we were unable to October, returning here financial success, and it is seldom his
ents. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Lupfer. gather all the names of the visitors close of that month. It is paper, which is eight pages, with
i who came to our city to be heard say that the Valley eight columns to the page, has more Miss.J. Pearle Rogers. Ml.Ml.. 1111II111111 Ml, "11. > I

. l Mrs. II. H. Hollister of Bowling' fore the commissioners but those that Mr. Murphy to gazette\ than one column of reading matter, to make their first appearance in miflstrelsy. ,

t.i Green is here for s> viait .with her' are omitted are not slighted but simply home. his'I Judge S. D. Decker, the leading attorney . Miss Rogers has only been rE

;'4> mother, Mrs. Rebecca Overstreet. failed to collect the names In the R. C. Burnham of of St. Cloud, was in the city coaching her local company of ladies EASTER' [

Fred M. Baal and daughter, Freddie list here .looking over this Monday.. The Judge met with rathera about a weekbut ahe has been highly Ra

; May Basi, of Bartow are visiting M. J. Bass., and W. J. Paine ot Mul- view to locating and serious accident about a month ago, pleased with the interest Of.the ladies,
-1 It. Butier Kissim-. in which kept him confined to his home and good talent and voices. . .
; Mr. and Mrs. T. of berry spent yesterday the city the rus culture Mr. '
*. until a few days ago. While makingan "Peter Pan" Minstrels is a rollicking
'J. Overstreet
mee.. }:, ;;, guests of L' and from a representative of this
inspection of some land that was up-to-date performance'of- all ladles
the manlier in which
they expressed well
: was pleased with
. Robert Snyder and'Vector.. Hill; two themselves regarding; our city it 1* thus! surrounding country,' recently, cleared he stepped a'hole There are' fix black-face comedians, COMINCI'-:
of Narcoossee',.representative young safe to say they will become more than likely made by, burning out a stump, the' comic:opera and ballad singers who,
} rrma- ashes from which had not cooled and the
business men.spent Tuesday In' WaI nent with the interlocutory compose ,
before
"dty. >..-- ', residents.e home.twenty-acre tract' ) *' his foot was severely burned a* wells ministrel circle- -The."opening scene :;.;-::
County Clerk J. L. Overstreet isHn sprained. Within a week or' ten is' very artistic, the minstrels first, -. '/;:- 4
i Mrs. Albina Nlemeyer of Scranton, receipt of notice from his attorneysthat The "Ohio Club" is days the Judge will be as chipper as part opens with a .garden part, in. '..
Pa., is spending some time here with the suit for damages against the today at the skating rink, ever which Peter- Pan.royally-. a SEE l'
a+l her son, E. A. Niemeyer of the O. K. G. S. & F. railway for the death of number are present. Picn Geo. H. Olive of Weeping Water, I company of theatrical stars with a -

bakery. his brother, W. E. Overstreet, which' residents are becoming Ne_., has been in"the city for the past minstrel show. There will be. six of : OUR LINE O.F.
r' occurred in November, 1912- wouldbe and add much to the week studying conditions generally, the leading ladies of our city who will .
H. Tench rate
J. was
the visitors- from, out expert of town who among at- tried on the 31st instant, and to be who are here for the and said that of all the places he had I take the black-face parts, .and will "

tended the railroad meeting Thurs- present without fail. splendid climate and upon visited Kissimmee had the most pros- I sing you the new rag songs and sprint Booklets .
time hangs a little heavy perous look. Mr. Olive has been a the late t. local jokes. "Peter Pan'i : o
day in our city. With a corporation capitalized at have no responsibilities newspaper man for many years, andis i hall an excellent musical repertoire I

Wanted, men, woman and children about $10,000, and shares of $10 each, their attention. therefore capable of judging the and as a local production will surprisethe Cards andNovelties
to pick beans Monday and balance of I it seems that it would be but, an easy difference between a real and veneer I amusement-loving public of our
week. Boat leaves city dock at 6.-SO. matter to place all the swcamonjt\ lion., W. E. Kays, town. He was enthusiastic over the city. For "Peter Pan" will be a pro-
home folks and have our own fair next for the A. C. L. Miss :
a. m. Wilcox Bros. 14-lt-pd Ry., was I, possibility of an electric railway between f i fessionally staged performance.
I, I winter. Who will take the matter in ance at the railroad this city and St. Cloud, and stated ; Rogers just 'came here from Lakeland
Henry C.: Lightsey left Tuesday for I hand and start it along? Thursday in the interest that as soon as it was in operationI }land Orlando, where she scored a big i
the lower east coast, and. contended for like success in both cities. ,
Homestead, on I he, ten thousand other, wouldI We have Pictorial Review d ;
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where he has a large contract for F. A. Forbes of Fort Lauderdalewas ground that was gone over. I come here and make their home. E-: - .'aU ern.. +
packing tomatoes.F. here' Wednesday inspecting sev- Is a very congenial, 1 II F. J. Bruns, F. Lockwood and R.
eral launches with a view to purchase.Mr. man but is looking out Mr. and Mfs. L. S. Sponsler< of H. Cox of Narcoossee, three of the We desire to know !'
M. Hudson of Tallahassee.coun-I Forbes operates a line of boats L. Ry.'s interests.THfrMenzesJthe. Grand Rapids, Mich., who are spend- prominent citizens and boosters of that that will you stock >' >''
Slot for the railroad .commissioners between :.Fort Lauderdale and J':9n': ing the winter in Kissimmeel returned town, are visitors in Orlando today, we In life 4f anything -_ :",
,.,
our
was present here at the..meetlng of the Myers as well as a large hotel on an : yesterday; from a two weeks' visitto having arrived this morning. Beside will let knowwhat -you ,
board last Thursday. Island in Lake Okeechobee. the A. C. L., had figures Boca Grande, Arcadia, Mulberryand being grove owners they are largely just desire.us i
his fingers tips but he Lakeland. Mr. Sponsler states interested in a big .land company, you :
\A. D. Tindall, a prominentorange Olivette Commandery will hold a plain to the satisfaction that they had a very enjoyable trip which originally involved more than i
grower of the Ashton neighborhood, conclave Thursday night-st 8 o'clock, son how on a 72 per and that he enjoyed the fishing at seven thousand acres. Mr. Lockwoodhas We wish to serve you.WENNERSAWYER. '

spent Saturday here attending to pri- in Castle Hall, at which Messia. Robert could carry freight on a Boca Grande. He says, however, that a flfty-flve-acre grove, while the
vate business matters. J. Dood of Winter Garden and basis and not lose he found nq place which, in his -opinion other two gentlemen have ten acres
A. J. Holt and W. A. Smith of Kis-{ transaction. We are compares with Kissimmee in the each. These gentlemen own nothing I
..
Captain Forbes of the Pioneer Boat 'Btramee will receive the order of the when it confeR to that real pleasures and comforts of living, in Orange county, but are looking .
Line, flying between Fort Myers and temple.-Orlando Sentinel., and that he expects at no,dlstan.: day around, and of course would not tarn 26 (BROADWAY :
Fort Lauderdale, was 'in the city Riley Godwin, one of to make his permanent home here. I down a good proposition.-Reporter- s
Wednesday on business. I S. G. Tetroe of Grand Rapids, Mich., foremost citizens and a moments Star. illlllMIIIIIMIIIIMIIM
l left for his home last Tuesday-after candidate for county One of the exciting in the
Val. E. Dombaugh returned Tuesday a brief stay in Kissimmeec Mr. Tetroe was in the city Saturday remarkable jungle photo, drama, "Be- -. -.-. y ,
from a week spent on the east coast, was very favorably impressed with numerous friends and tween Savage ana Tiger," is when M
and said that many winter tourists are our city and stated before leaving that the political situ tion. Anthony Novell! as Lieutenant Ross, \f..
leaving that section for the north. he would dispose of his holdings in erved as commissioner tries to make lads escape from the

Michigan and return here to live. tier district on a former tribe of savages who bold him cap : DIXIE THEATRESatmrday
Miss Mildred Waters, who has been proved himself a most tive. Mounted on a swift horse, he i.i i.
I staying with Mrs. E. S. Beeland attending Hon. C. R. Capps, second vicepresident Is making great headway through the .

; the Osceola high school, retrnhed of the Seaboard, in charge of E. D. Miller, who arrived forest, when suddenly a native, swinging I March 28,
to her home at Davenport on traffic, whose home is at Portsmouth, three weeks ago from east from the branches of a huge tree, ] +
Wednesday.Jim Va., was in attendance at the meeting has purchased the.stOck of entwines his legs around the lIeuten- Mr. George Kleine Producer: of "Quo'Vadi, .
Miller op- ofthe state railroad commissioners ( Mr. Parker at the M. D. ant's neck and lifts him bodily out of I, "Antony and Cleopatra" "The Last t
a large turpentine here Thursday to look after the the saddle. It isa daring feat and "
erator and one of the leading citizens pany stand on Broadway ( Day of Pompeii etc. ,
and developers of Haines City madea interest of the Seabbard railway.Mr. ry a full line of new and carries a thrill with every move.. The PRESENTS .
furniture and household lieutenant l is taken back to the villageof
brief: business visit to Kissfmmee and Mrs. J: C. Godbold and The change 1 inthe business the tribesmen and condemned to "( .

I this week. Enrnest and Randall Shiver, formerly place this wee\. We death for having tried to escape. This

. A. E. Cram, one of the first G. A. R. residents of this county, have beenin Miller a prosperous tf-- only one of many incidell.1l-'IIritb- .. .f Between Savage and Tiger"I -
veterans to settle at St. Cloud, died the city this week guests of Mr. he may never have which this photo drama aboCmds and
\. at his home in that city a few days and Mrs. Henry Bass on Main street. coming to Kissimmee. .which go to make it one of the most

1 ago, and was buried in the St. Cloud They will return to their. home at interesting stories that has ever been A Wild Animal Subject Teeming with Excitement and Adventure in "rr
Mr. and J. H. Bull
Mrs.
cemetery. Bradentown today. thrown up the screen.'Between Say
ter county New York, woo age and Tiger" will be the attraction Six, Sensational, Surprising Parts-Six.
J. A. Dann, formerly of Kissimmee: C. H. Estey, who has been spendingthe the winter here in K llrnJ at the Dixie theater Saturday, March A Photo Reproduction of t
but now one of Miami's leading developers past three months in Lake county "homeward bound" last ; { 28th, afternoon and night. The price Jungle Life in India.
and business men, was in this doing a contracting business, was in ing the 1:05 train for of admission will be ten cents for i ;
city a day or so the past week visiting the city this week visiting his family. they would stay for the children and twenty cents for adults. Interwoven with a Dramatic Story of Love and l Heroism

his brothers. Mr. Estey expects to open a musicetoiw sail on the 9 o'clock boat That Will Appeal to Every Man. Woman ,.

When KissimWe succeeds in bu k- -Leesburg.. of whichhis son. -Jacksonville, the whole ler WANTED-Men, women and children and Child with Red Blood
J Ward will have charge:! St Jolm' river, and I to pick beans Monday and bal- -
heading the lake mmt and dredge,ffut in Their Vein.. "
before dock
few days going ance.of week., Boat leaves city:
the basin and fill in Behind th. sea* .
x Senator Massey of Orlando was here long journey. A number at 6:80; a. m. Wilcox Bros. 14-lt-pd
wall will havea ater front second Sctable eI Performance r'f
\\1 we ,
for only a, short, time Thursday but went to the train to see{
/, to 'none in! thee.., his 'presence was felt while he was ing the God-speed and: FOR EXCHAANGE for St. Cloud or Afternoon-Two performance, starling at 2 o'clock. ,. : Of' a '

if H. S. KeaTofe/c manager of here. His experience as counsel., for by: ,)fr.- and Mr*..Bull .or Kiuimmee property, 40 acres, Night-Two performance, starting at 6:30 o'clock. .
railroad baa him enjoyed >a delightful .. boat one- mil. south of Orange -
the J'acmnTW.-1SOa Trade, was the) given a thorough; Ad.iad.a Adul*. lOcI .Children. lOc.I '
.. Center. The land is close to railroad : ,
JI ,
; i. ,Ian onlooker at; .thetoner.meeting Insight into their customs and he simmee and"hoped to- < V
I .>here.Tbudaay'and knows Just where to strike to make. cold wind begin to'blow. ,' aad corners 'In "a dean freshwater ,-

, getting acquainted with our Pple. the blow .effective.. apfn..1\. i, t - lake.,,,;,J.M..Wlllson, I, Jr.14-t '
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$ '' ?? "T' is C. L. HYATT y. : : In the 'County That Bears J ihA'ame. '. Inspectors Van Agnew, and and J, W.Oay' Prontl Llvlnirston-aa- .clerk_.as. j"If' 1 1JI.
andSurgeon : Et of said ,
: \ Physician
The. : : Jn .. electionwhereof., t hare hereunto

.-w Phones v a Osceola's Monument B&Erected. set caused ray.the hand seal M of Mayor said of city said to city be hereunto land. --. W.-UDBIltrt'ri, $ .-T

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$ affixed .this Z7th day of February, !
;' Office, 19T JCiiiirome A. D.-1914. '- .M*\. .. .,

Be. 248 Florid lily Minnie Moore-Willaon.) make a "talk" to the American, gen- Attest(Seal) Mayor of-'i.Klsslramee w. Lir2s..City.,, F.-tife"; Helilt6'ad AcddeafINSURANCE" .". ;,;.

eral, he stood with majestic bearing, J. ,R. CILB.gHT Clerk ', 10itSubscribe I

,. SIMPSON The bill introduced by United States a-soldier worthy of any race. When( I .

$: j-jll. J.. W. Average Representative Frank_Clark .ta .provide he saw that he was the victim of trea- to The .Valley Oazett v ,I '1;
a memorial monument i.o the son and the ling of bayonets closed j t,.

DENTISTUpstairs I Seminole war chieftain Osceola, is'rctind him, he folded his arms seers .:

In Kn.it UuildlnifI I touching: as it were, a Keynote of fully and said nothing by way of protest Successor to ,

u a m. to \'i m.O..WI sympathy electrical in its effect, thatis from that moment to the day of '" NELSON G
INSUR'NCE.
; !: HOURS : } i :Jo to SJOp): m being felt all over the c.ountry.; hlr death. \ tr : )

Telephone No. 7s. _JmaJ ITT ManBacksDp With the capture of Osceola, under Osceola's rapture near St. Angus- THEBROADWAY it tOld
\
City tine and his confinement\ behind the Bnk\
the white flaK of truce, a tragedy was r State )aildilqOOP0000 .
enacted that American: history can gum walls of Fqrt Marion called 1

JR. ,W. W. C ARSON never efface, but in this day of greaterenlightenment torch mdic'ive comments from all overthe ... 0001 4000000 r t'

in civilized world as well as highest ,
IIiNTI I 'I c iUp atone, part, I
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for the. cruelty of those wilderness testimonials( ; to the greatness of th's _. "
time of 'distinguished Floridian.. When he \ / ,:.
,, Slon daof quarters a century
:
OfiN' ('rle'v I fTJ"r,
over
< ago O,c'cola's ense of honor exceeded was: in"ved with his chieftains to flirt I L.- ,"
' Oflice Hours "') U. I :. 1 that of hiwhite, enemy for he.illouecl Moultrie many persons of note came : .

{ Oflietph"f) .<." 'I'," hunxclf' to trust to the sacredness from distant parts of the..countrv, in- Fish and Oyster Market 603 ...
l1; Bro'.iway corner Main street E. E. Wells ,
}JlpSllllMIC" e ,
to
1 of u flap of truce only to be entrapped I uenced by a sincere sympathy see
(..a. .adrnini/ 'l' red foi. t. > t CII"I" tioti of teethR 11 entrapped, as if he were some Mid speak with so great a warrior. and now open for business. t
*'" Real Estate and :
-- ------1 .wild animal patriot- Insurance.*
Fresh and salt water fish "
I \ II. S. GEIGER: I \\h<'n 'it someIn I buying apiece' of It1R:emuientlyflttuig that the present : With the simple inscription, "(hea- received -

I iMIlMtlAN AM ILIQICORCitlzenh : ..,tb..I1-llIJ> of America make a (,Ja, Patriot and Warrior, Died Jun. daily. ,
property that llus Lees, nadly 1H'ld'tpdT" 3d: I 1Hih: '< the lies at'the entrants -_- - J
Hank Building I-j-tioner plea (in behalf of \RepicHentatie body ).
I IKl8Slmmee. Oysters opened fresh from
Florida my petdiiti, Kljnwledtre these ('lark'l timely bill, for this vanquished of Fart Moultrie, S. C. Osceola, like ,
the shell
specialty
a 1
| red! knIght of the Seminoles I the proud eagle confined in a narrow MAKE A SPECIALTY OF RENT'HOUSES
1'hone,: Office 297 or 64 ale numeiounluiililc piopeitiih! who fought
Residence, 2f IJ. 14:1fJ' clove to Kissinimcc which the owners, honor Would not the spirit of the and with a rapid decline in flesh and L. J. CORNEYProprietor. .
brave patriot rejoice to know that his I spirits passed quietly away, to the AND ROOMS _, **
for va' IOU: reasons, would like tei mil, I
turns was, known to his eonqyerorH land of the great spirit 203 Broadway Phone 272: ,, I:
M. IUVERS, M. i i'PHYSICIAN u. that have not been fueorably'consgl- and! a memorial erected that would Seminoles Desire Remains' in Florida. \. faY

: show to the world his patriotism and I The; present I lorida Seminoles ;
and SURGEON: er.d l simpl\' because they had been so he"loiFinMont-"' would be glad to have the ashes of rld1

Olllce over Osce-ola Pharmacy much neglected( that the prospective OislmRuished 1 I Floridian I their great chieftain rest in Florida .
So far history has made boil, and while it is well known that
as
r any .
I H..ltpn"e! >.l.lJ 1 bii\i 1m, /become, discomfited 0000000004 00000040 . i
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( uponconsule ; Charleston would
HONI': ((0"" ,', H'IW. I 1 Floridian famous, (Osepftla I" today ro strenuously objeot ... .
-IIIIK: the' amount of woik en doubt the most wllel.nown\ hiRton I to the removal, this is a point that -:
- I enl character that the t : state of I Florida, | need not be discussed, at this writing;. EXPERT PIANO
t11ed t n", Miiikinjr.' tin place' present lias yet provided |I Still the question arises, "Shall the Sprigg Fleming,

J4" WINNPIIYSICIAN.! trip Is there ajmthe eha.iutt.ei ill 1 Flor. Seminoles] hero not be> given six feet! ; -. .

II Ida hit4torwho)) I'i known fiom, oceanto ,. of soil in, his native land for H grave TUNING "

e call, w hoe t2rei,>ei'alship in warfare I'and' sleep the sleep of the brave in I CLEANING '

Office 2nd Floor Willson Building has I the ndniiiution of the civilized, I I the land he loved so well?! '

t KlHBIMMFK.T""J I world l. \\hose h ioism' h the. idea! ofe Shall not the; rnumoi ml erected! be II Special attention to all makes of PRESSING
RamnFNa1'iioNa I ol 'tin fet t that '
g OrricK Front, "; !F'IAataAr. 11111 a"I" vcly i v cry school l (boy and whose' historyh ,. placed in/ the county that bears his instruments .

T -- I ;nan\ piopetti' , < have hecn uDnucil, 1",1'i. there i i- an Indian tribe'! name, the county of (One-cola, whichhe DYEING d1REPAiRIN'r, ;
is held in It, much ic\erenct. as is. believed to lie his rightful territory Charge for tuning $3.00, for 'next
W B BAWVORI1VTANS 1 tall condition nf 5
A. VANS AGNEW to into a disrepute! \Vashiniftor among; Amen..ail.. and! where in clarion tones he cried, 80 days. ,,

AGNEW & ntA WFOIW I fur '10 olhei iCjison than that I the o.wni liecuuse-! Ametieas treatment" or I "Rathe'i' than act the part of a cowardby t.
Out of town orders solicited. .
I Osce-ola no Seminole will listed, to any signing; Away the Seminoles' inher- I .
I live far uuahave' boon .sick and '
F I
AnCRNr\-! -LAWceei < pioposition( from the agents of the itanee and taking my people into a' R. D. FAIRMAN Leave word at my house and cloth iV

unalile) to kew,p up with the' ict' um.- llnited J 1 States government With strange lane), I will, light till the last i will becplet lor and returned. .
'OnI 11 I ..f e tll/ei,' Ito ik HullKissimmoe :". I such ie\iicnc' I n the beloved chieftain I I drop of blood I moistens the dust of theSeminoles i Phone 202 Box 197 ''

d FloridaD. n1l'l1l0'' HM" Mtmewliat dlIntetesti\ ( fl I I of I he'S"1I11"ol,-, le-Karde-d t..lay.1,I hunting grounds! This is Klssimmee, Fla. Satisfaction Guaranteed :

I 1"'H'Io' of then "ml, e i rM h m other t i I Hint the name' green him when he was the land of thefieminole" It was here I
.
.-- I accepted I a' wur' chief, of the nationis that his magnetic war (cry "Yohoeehee 400000 0 '400000000 V

H. GKK.rKATTORNt. liar, of < luie 'e\or I guarded so jealously that thele-, Yo-ho-ee-hee," urged his warriors - -_ ,. i3
- -' --- -
fuse tc. leveal (it to the white m&n. I to battler, and where his calm voice \

: Al -l.AVS I seating! ,it much ax did the Israelitesthe made the deepest impression upon ".-
i naml of /.ho\'ah--too/ sacred to Americans and Indians r I\

I the lips of an alien race.Osceola's In this twentieth when I
Hank IluilduigKisaimmee. pass century
Office State Newcomer: i i s to I Flolda.i and the i ush I ood
Florida career, was as brilliant as wounds are healing 'where the "Stars

r is just commencing;, are, j going; to locate it was. meteoneOperating only about and Stripes" and the "Stars and Bars"

where there the in- two years, captured and shackled with I float side by side in forgiving reunion, !
is .greatest
PARKER. irons in the of his young manhood may we not as a nation and a statein

I (}EO.F. cluation of thrift and a delight 'in" (age; about! thirty-three y..ars,1) penitent spirit, pause long enoughto '

Attorney-at-Law.( at the-very height of the "Seven consider our Seminole patriot, ( jtence'yes[
making surroundings; agreeableMoss ; War," makes his untimely death all whose tribe in Florida today is with-

Collections and Conveyancing the more tragic I out a flag, without a country withouta

Specialties. Coming under the white flag to home

112% Broadway. -

grown trees and trees badly! ICDTI'E. sum of II fteera) thousand f 1115.00(1 OOUol. li I,
.
Nolle, . in hereby given that on MoniliM lars
i. IF. KRIBBS in need of pruning are a constant eyesore. April Zilth I9M. the und.-rslgne-cl A rtlrle. e. I I'nUI
/
L r wilt appit| to the governor of Floridafor \ the first election of officers tin
.s The more is the pity that there le-hire |palm( upon the proponelchait business of this corporation shall beconducted .
ATTORNEY AT LAW KissiMMtt: FLA. h r, uof -filth the following: 18 a bv the.. following named pi (-
.- should be such conditions when every true crept| tin original of said .charter. sons J. f li'iloetler. president. Euna
h; ), Examination of Titles a Specialy. being now e>n nip in the neon tar\ of K I,odbettrrlcepreeldent. and C W
observes that the tree. stet,'n off((', Bt' 'Tallahawp. Florida mount secretary and tr;naineiand
4 Notification and payment of taxes el newcomer J C UKDBKTTRFl. the board of directors shall bet':..
careful UNA' K" I-KDHKTTEH composed of J. C. LPdb..U..r. Buna FLedbetter "
non-residents given want to bear fruit in spite of their (
I cW 1iLOUNTPHOPh(4ICi and eW. HlounTht>
lj I attention. many hindrances. The same observa- said officers shall adopt temporary bv'
laws until the first annual meeting .
) ('11 CICTIIIwf -
tion applies to fields that want to be the- th*' stockholders I r

t: (The I:01. 4 I.I :MHKK AWII fo'l.It ITllt.: Article 10. /
Pat Josn.ton G. P. Garrett cultivated but are not. ,,"_ CUM..N': I( subscribers The name7* and residences of the I ..I .
: -- to these articles of Incorporation ,
'. < & GAKRETT. together with the number of asa.., t.
or JOHNSTON at Law The' undersigned do hereby associate shares of the capital stock subscribed ,
I ,' thpmndvfca together for the purpose ot by each, set ,opposite their names, areas 4I ARA

R Offices 10,1112 ,. becoming ,Incorporated under the laws: . follows ,. M A7trV ,.
j J: C. Ledbette-r Klsslmmee, ten.
Remember i.h-t' the of Florida as a-corooratlon: for profit t
Cltltens Bank;Bldg-, .,. preconceivedidea to be known a. VaijjSbceola Lumber. and Kuna )': Ledbetter. Klsslmmee, five '.
Kl.ilmmee Florida.: of northerner is that Furniture campaii subject to the laws C.V. BloQnt KlBBlmmee five.
,. .; ... ( every orange of Florida and the> following? propoe..drtrarl'r In witness whereof we have hereunto
\in set our hands and seals. this 27th "
.'J.'H"' "; groves; are always beautiful l. aid Vrllrlr I. dnv of 'Pe.bruarA II 1814 '

'txant o Anv 1'. rwreWwA.ww that farm land' arc .ati..fving; to- the 'I'h.. game. tif this coporatluii shall bt.eiHtiolie J. C. LKUBETTKH. EUNAP''LI.DRETTEU
<<' Late CouniMilor. Judas cof the I.un.br. .and I'urnlturtroni- Seal) j + h
il"J Florida R. R. <-omm. Criminal Court heart's-desre., l> in\ and im piimlpal place> of bun!- I'c \\ IA.UIJNT. (Seal) "
;r:. j jI u.se, ill til l I", In KISKlmmpp. Onceolai I:
;;: MASSEY &: WARLOW ,"iinl\ ii", i. ,..1.. I lout On !hard/ of. dl. Stale of .Florida Count) of. ciHCiola. ..aem ,
d1 LL.i, ._ "I''11't s Inds < sltaIlni, h hi .tne h offirs atth this I'm! day of March A. U. 11)4! ) 47yF
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iJHI ATTORNEYS AND COUMSFLIOS i ;ph.?-s lr.ml tini" to I tim MH nial i-foii mi. a notary public In and for : ?R
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I I.. il. Hind the. "lade of. Florida al large,. pernonallyappeitriil

'y"1 8* Practice. ( all the AT Courts LAW.of the "Hlata and attbcUnlUKl I am 'in" the business"' of building up .1'In'1 I L.' o.. I .d Article udlnr I "t. "hi. I\.III"HH I :hitter : ,I"i'I('('\J..edbettetLima Blount, well known P; Led to )i' i

State. aha belor the lorida Ran- to l L. ,11 u i"M K t fed,I liv M'11'I ?' 'it purallunsluill mi and known to be- the persona / ,
: run down properties: of ronvertngvirgitl ., lit ofsalt :: : A'I I
ra Commliuiion. and the Interstate Commere l I. Ihr uw(1111 ipiialliiK signed tin fnr.going propoxad I ; .
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V., : t"illlM .mil no\ \lt\ wull.s I iniinllfaituiliu of (tin. useeola Lumber and 1.'uinlturicoiilpaii
;.. 1 CornmiMlon. lands .into( lemunciative. tondilions !,- ( ,..
Iliiii( iurntarlulldlut
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luvlnt. IT
j t ;) CHAaLurroM ntr.o RLAN)>. Fl... I ni I Illlllx. s .11"I Itllll, sltllllU,.IHif \ and who. lifter being dull I Good fences---and lots them ..-will
H I yrll.U and of telling hundreds of HW''n''n. i I'h ill IIOKI-s mill (ova. that t h.5 I .
i', 7 7tfi mjanudian .i n." I 1,111(1 tout 1 (tl I" ndnuLu t in In KI
;" "I ..mint s' IIli K grid. and signed of tin tin:(iHiioa: ; foreicoInK': utnln.proposed r and I Knrnlluri thaititi, I I,
( friend'heit-1 a'I'h
\ \ . .. tai-. ,uitabl-, ."n tot. .
JOHNSON ill I inIs( t in'el i t tin and '
i ANDREW .. .. .ither\\lH.. own cornpanfoi, tiers purposesl
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t i.-qun pun for '
herein 'd
} habitations I.iii i 1..1.1 '" II "111. \ vi luuuo). lease.molicug (tan i under xpt i HHI tn\ hand! and offing( seal grow money you.
; ATTORNEY AND COUNSELI AT L wq' , .. .11..r, 11 .tilt :all.1 deal Inn thin l 19th! day. of Mnreh \ H IBM ._- -.. I
: Will Practice in all ( ourtoState I .il. i .Mitt| ..r n11", .i pio]>irl\. pelBonalii ( Seal ) HtTTH THOMAS
I mix' ii I t I.. niirM "iiti dUldi' .pintiiiipioui I NjHarv Public Stall at l..triiiMv .

Ii>(1. Office adjoining! mid Federal BroadwayCitizen j'sal.'. ou "thraIse.ml:::: ili: v:'lop and: ::I ilo fo-:: mil purpose perform: ; of., I LF'IS: ..commlNHlcin 0'IIUY >\N rt expires. April II I. 1017I Fence off your farm into a suffi- -.

1 I..etlit' gl'OU an estimate. ', of the' all 'IhltiRN rniilful foi tin developmentimnrrix I -tlloriiaglur ,
lauurpurators.1'1 -
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Bank---- -iestmmp. 'rine-nt n tiH mannurment of theNoon t j.
I cost of convening your property into fn I .."I..n.... tritdl or liUHltll.. : .
rundu.-t' d i,fin'r.il rial i mate orhiislixMH \<> i: <>l' l>l III.If' *TI()N. cient number of fields to the
a# I something picsentable I won't .charge :b1.: ,'rIg.-: act BH agent, t'" ---- / get .
tt; H. JENKINS 10.010. 0'i attoine, "\ -,in.-fait for any ,pi.r.wiriioratlon 1)epsrtmeat of ear I............ T. N. .l.nortOfrlrc J
F )'oul' for an inspetimiOr, for plans fur HOII. hriM-+. '... III hu) lng Hell- .t. ".lnem.III*'. ...'..rl.... March
SURVEYOR .w...<1 'n r-<+-eteeHtiK In/real entatcauil Y1: IDI4Notlie rotation of and the most
z impioxcinent 17i I the eTjuiprrfenT;\ i" miriil properly. ol Its\ acoe'HHOIIJS proper crops
l" i sabllah. tonstiuct operate IH hirvbtflvt'n that (*hailleli
'{'d -: Fraternity Hall Kissimmee. Fla. and t the, staff of expert help necessaryto iid iiindu' ,:t ihlnxli: mills saww: mill' 1.nml of louKtiniin" Florida. who on,' .
i1ridi.li! .mil. driluJiiK pliliitH and JVhruar) 10 1811. mud homestead en-
cl.' I complete anything I undertake by I I'm. mil t n manuf\iture and ....."Y"-I tr> M, rial No 075he7(:: fur southeast quartt advantageous pasturing, and your
Inmbi rims-Hrs 1\1I'C1+ naval r of .nuihweal quarter of jiettlon S6,
r> I" the time, the' contract calls. for it to be all kinds to do any u\d all other acts township. 25 .south rangy 21 ,'aftt. Tallahassee '
? DR, A J. HICKS I and I/I'n"/ toxercise an> and all othit meridian, has filed notice of '
Physician done power" which may be expedient or intention to make* Ihrr>p.'PAr proof to cash returns each season are bound ;
conviiilint In connection' with and In establish claim to the land above deerlheil -
and Surgeon addition to the liusiniHH or busUiesHi\ . I. before clerk of the circuit
Phones I 'dOr.H' H n'rifle.dArtlile court AI Klsslmmee,. Florida on the 6th
Office T. dm of May 1D14 to increase. At the same time fences .:.
State Bank Bid Office! 41-Res 40Lrt I aril reconstructing. live diffenrnt Tills .oiporatlon shall exist perpituiill I I ('Iaiinant nam. as wltneSHeaW : .. .
until dlsnvlved. iKiordint( < to law I T. Lamb of I.miRhtnan. Kloilda .
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propel.ties ML the present time. and can A rtleh. ,I. N 8' Tolles of IrfiiiKhman. Florida. '
.. OOOtOO..o.O 00..0.0 0 O ; Tin amount of e.ipltal Kto. Sullivan of IouKhman Florida. an asset a's they add greatly to
look after five times that many. I lorporatlm' shall be tlftii-rt thousandI)15nlhl \\'. 1.. Hron..on of Ixjuftrhmarv, Florida. are .t
( !) dollara, to be divided Into HENRY S. CHURUJ45t .
Dann & Dann hundred mid. lift\ ) Aha r-s of Register "
one
.k rp''lr A tlu ear TTTiii. of tine' Inindri'd iJlOOOO(( )" the value of farm. .) -1 ,
dollarH, e arh Ally stork not iiubscrlliidfor any
Grocery Company hall be Hold' by the directors from INOTUK!: TO rnBDITOHS. :1
Imp the name' may be n".d- I .
It docsn matt'i whether yours is three to a. '
id The capital. stock ma) hi .paid for I\ 4'OIRT I Of THE COUNTY JUDGE v\
f-dOJ Broadway )lug. ; or little, pine or hammock, grove I In propel tj'. labor or service. ut a just. STATE OK KliOUinA. We sell good fenceAmericanField ,
\ alu..(Ion tei bi' rlxml t>) the> ImorporaIOIH I, !. re Estate of I. R. Iforaer, OseU
Y 't5 or field good;! or had I can make it or b) the ellrectom ut it meeting. I c..ty. -
I e tilled for that purpose To all Creditors Legatee.. Distrlbuteeeand r
m Operate. the Cleanest Stores helter than it is and the cost will be 'ptl..!.. &. ;I all Persona having Claims or De and .
'I'hi' liiiHlneHH affairs of thl. i orpora mands against said Estate, Fence---madeheavy strong
and Sell the Freshest Groceries nothing compared with what the lion shall be. oriducteet bv a hoard of I you add each of you, are hereby no-
director. of nut less than three ormore tified and required to present anyclaims
of Any House in Ki..immee. property will be worth after I have than seven mcmberaArticle and demands which you, or
t4 ... either of you.. may have agralnst the to last. The prices are very reason
put it into shape The annual mnetlnK of the smckhold I. R Homer, deceased, late of
k/ ..o..oo .o ooo.oooooooooo ers Miall b.. held at the principal office ():.t".trIf county, Florida, to the undersigned
iy uf this corporation on the first Mondayof administrator of said estate,
., . February of each year. at which within! one year from: the'date hereof. able. We invite to call and
meeting there shall be elected by .and Dated February 17th A. D 1114H. you see
from the storteholdera) a board of directors M. BREAKEU.MATOll'S .
R. F. PARKER Better ask\ me about it now. Just for the ensuing >ear The boardof I ,
directors BO elected shall meet Immediately .-.ROCLAM..TION.Und..r .-
\te after the adjournment of us. 1 Yk,
"I. write >--
h 4 such meeting. of the stockholders, and
THE TAILOR shall organize by electing from their and by virtue of the power .
l own number a president secretary and vested In me, J. J W. Lilly. Mayor, of
r treasurer but the. same person may tCJsslrninee city. Florida do hereby an-
', nptd the office of secretary and treasurer nouno. proclaim and declare that an
"f- r: ) 11 Darlinftoa( A n. Alf. W. LawThe election wilt be held at the City Hall Co.l
1. Artlel 7. In said city, during the legal hoursof Osceola Hardware
1t: The ajiid rposattevn ahall 'adopt anspproprlmte voting, on Saturday. tha 35th day of :
..' Seat and 'also by-laws for March" A. D. UU..fDI',, the purpose( ,
J>etclqpr of Modern Model Farm. the government of Its affairs not Inconsistent elect I nB the followlnir. offlctrs tq .err. .
4- C:.f. Thrasher with Its articles of Inemrportlon *.- a term of one year,.vi.), '
and th. laws of the stat of Floe One Mayor r< k
r "lh Id&r..hlob. by-laws may b. amended or OB* Clerk .-a. '

-''- / 4 SHEET *METAL WORKER Box 145, repealed ... .provided ...said by-lAwa.' t One One 'fr.Marshal.......a.,4'..' Vax Collector: .. ,' The Fawrlte Store of: Kisslmmee$ sit /

kSf'f* .fl OUlJ a Hp.dalty. f The Marhtst' amount Of indbt"dns. also to serve a.term of twe U'.ar.,? fJ
Kutimmee Fla.' of" Two member*" of City Council,' e .. J
. la..tmblarf .. .hall! .t anylt/ln.b.lrobjscted\ /. th* I b.reb"Ppolftt H.'x. Pfannk'B. U.I
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:! ,PINE .LUMBER' Beliefs. On... 'Scientific. Subjects : FarmingGrazing: : ; ;1::i,:;\,1' ; :" ": ",'

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d. .- .----= VXCAklES -FULL OF* I:oe. __ =- __ .. __ '....... : ...___0.........:.._ <. r .' ,,, . .. I -;..,.
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F"w ........ I"Have Theni -for Sale /
"- O.A.eao: -:..-.-- \ : :in,, Any'Siz&Bod' x>", '
[. s : :: -Tp Popular belief on scientific sub e" !II I

jectt apparently run in waves.' .Many From Ten Acres. to> One, ,. Hundred T -
-remember the interest
; -Successor.to the Dozier Leitner Agency. 11 hypnotism . .
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which followed the publication of '
State,Bank Building '"Trilby.' Svengali .with his "hyp- Thousand Acres. '- .
notic eye" at once became a real and I ,'
i possible personage in the public imag A Letter AddresSed' Me Will L
to Bring
ination. The newspapers were full of ;. a.o
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; \ :ft stories of girls and women who had /

R(3.; ,A. CARSON, President N. C. BRYAN Secretary the suddenly hypnotic been gaze fixed of and some paralysed mysterious by I ' ,Full Description; and 'Terms: : of. Sale. *,* '

: stranger with piercing black eyes and
f 11'he Waters & Carson who, Bad been compelled, by his.Will "
to fantastic acts which they were pow
erless to'prevent.. Fiction writers took I : D. G McKAY .
Ii, up the idea, 'and stories centering i .
around hypnotic Influence became : '
Grocery Company common. It was used a. a plea In; '
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criminal .casls, various culprits alleging .,. .
that been hypnotized and KISSIMMEEJ FLORIDAbig

compelled against their will to perform -' -. .
unlawful acts. AH this occurredIn

Wholesale and Retail'Dealers InIV. spite of the fact, frequently stated' .. ,
I and known by every scientific man, -
'I that the limitations of hypnotism are importance' having been conferredby of many a difficulty' conquered of 'a In' New York'the t.heridaT':"col
GROCERIES definite and well recognized, that no :. President McKinley at the break- host. of self-sacrificing toil worthily .. professor scored mothers for pay
person can be hypnotized unknowingly ing out of the war.with Spain.* Chaf- accomplished is indeed amply descrying ing too much attention to embroider
or against his will; And that few fee commanded a brigade of the division of veneration.But ing the children's clothing to the neglect fI'
persons are so susceptible as to be I of B 300 men with which the late Isnt it time to say; a good woVd of adorning their minds with fairy
: 0 0000000. 6f .. .. ......... ......... capable of being compelled to per- General Lawton captured the conventof for the younger mothers T-the moth. stories and poetry.It does seem as .
f OrO form acts beyond their own volition El Caney' at Santiago. ers who are bringing up the rising if this I far-fetched. Ever
WE SELL: .. WE BUY: 0 and knowledge. "These gallant soldiers are not Im generation, and are, on the whole, doing sine needle-work became decorative;
. 3 . HAY -' 'x.' '. .. Another popular fiction which later properly proud of their records. Neither it well, in a stress of complexities embroidery. has been associated with
; ,.. -. .. .-HwEQ; _, on took the place of hypnotism was is in the least backward in assert- of exacting social condition.,'which industrious hands and homey habits. ":\'
GRAIN, .--. that of instantaneous anesthesia. ing that he owed nothing to special wereunknown to the mothers of fifty Only a litUe while ago an American. "'t -
- . --.- -- FURS, Stories-appeared in the neWllp.pen-of training-A-t ttn ryaUd ln-yOefore yearn ago.- --- nov ilist;la a tory ulIOf tidal sai.-., -- ."
o FERTILIZERS, O 0 women who had been accosted by entering the service, and the heightstowblchthei There are many-reasons why'-mother casmron married life,in this country: J" '
3.. -------wool--'- -- - : .strangers -and;'lIllder.om.pretext, climbed over the leads' -is-entitled to'.ymp.thy-Bh is;as saUricallycontrast.d the restless ambition ' .
;: SHINGLES. had permitted a cloth or a handkerchief of graduates of ,our great military the saying goes, "under fire," and too of an American wife with the '
I .. O O to be pressed momentarily over academy indicate conclusively that a often unjustifiably so.. domesticity of French ladle who'sat
ORANGE BOXES, O AND their mouth and nose. Immediate unconsciousness chap with the,right'stuff in him can If her husband fails.In business It all day long over their .' _
4 was said to have followed get to the' top In the American array is laid to her extravagance "It the These Jibes'." Innuendoes and red-liot '
ORANGE WRAPS, 4 O ALL ;resulting in period of insensibif. even if he does not happen to be oldest boy is ""wild," it is because pokers of advice are beginningembroidery to tab
, : ity and irresponsibility, varying from friendly enough with a congressmanto mother was too busy with bridge,'or on,the guts of "persecution. .of the
,'a VEGETABLE CRATES O 0 COUNTRY a few minutes to hours or even days. get a West Point appointment. At the Browning club, or*music, or the mother.. _,- -
Chloroform sprayed into an open window the time of the elevation of, General' new gowns' or suffrage to know what ''There wero good mothers In the old
'' CRATE NAILS O 0 PRODUCE. by means of an atomizer,'anes- Chaffee, just after the retirement of' the youngster was doing with his even times. But. to bo a good;mother a
..",' thetics tied to a rag on,the end of a General Young, however, there was a ings. If the girl ,I. frivolous, owlish I woman. doesnt necessarily need to:
. . . ... .. .. .1" .... ......... pole and thrown into a bedroom instant deal of acrimonious talk in army circles beads are wagged and caustic tonguesare date back to th. ..rlT"60',. Let'
unconsciousness following the of the futility of West Point as a eager to tell how nothing else I. ps ""i.
f administration of drugs Unknown to special training place for officers if could have been expected,; In.View:..of give the twentieth century motllerller'"i.'
i' : We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. physicians and pharmacists were men entering the army from the ranks mother's frivolity. due:-Tampa. Tribune..,\ +Q''
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We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camplag parties. some of the variations of this idea. were to have the highest military dis- -
, ,' Free delivery ta dty Units. Phone No. 12. In the minds of physicians and nurses tinctions. This tickled the funny vein
.. !_ W. are conaty agents for good fertilisers. Ask '.. fu' circulars sad who see every day- the' administration in grim old Young's- system and the
.: p fp--'PI'k-:: on fertilisers. -., .of anesthetics, such stories only day after the news of Chaffoe's ,appointment Choice, ot5I4qith :o.t\ s
, 1 tl ( excite mirth. Any one who !knowsthe kiss announced that gentleman , ., !
difficulty and labor of securing found on his dresser the Army
l K; t mini minim unconsciousness through the use of and Na'YJ"dub a neat package. The | 'and ,Northwest4ixie :
11 Minimi
'. c. in i ii. 11 IIMI . anesthetics, even under the most favorable package consisted. of a handsome I -
three .
conditions andwithevery possible of shoulder straps bearing the .. .
( means of restraining and con. stars 06 a }lieutenant-general of the "Seminole Limited"
trolling the patient, knows how absurd United States. army and a slip of paper .flyer: ,. '
such stories are. : ,on'which was written in the not ..
.a A latter-day variation of these popular unfamiliar handwriting of his old com- 'Dixie'timited" "South Atlantic .Limited""Montgomery -

FARM AND GROVE beliefs says the Journal of the rade of,the Santiago campaign 'From '. "

i ', American .Medical. Association maybe Private,,Young" to Private Chaff.'' ",. ,. '-' i" t .Route',, 0 : '"vi'1Ji'f: 1l: ,
needle' .
.found in the "poisoned \ . "
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':_.___J .. :> d*** *t. IKL. # i \ stories which have been going the WHAT. IS A :..l' .s' :};i '.1'7... : . \I" '"..',y),' ;,,"''''': 'U' :'.; ''I.....UI'''.:\' ,'" .l.''',', ; \tf.;Y...;,(.'. jA
rounds of the press recently.' A woman SUFFRAGETTE".ANYHOW!
._ u't" goes to a moving picture theater ,Recently ,a street car advertising
% [ ,'enters a crowded elevator a street agency, in order to stimulate interest Atlantic C.ga t.Line
u'in-tb4-ar.teaian.'belt. .elevatedtrainoriscaught: in-thetr-cards"di.playectIn.the' ears, ,
" = 'Thirt -tWo acres 'of land,' ; with fine flowing carp-or- .
in the press, of a crowd.;>> Suddenlyshe offered cash prizes for. the best epigrammatic 'V
well, about half in cultivation fenced: and crou fenced; six-room sees, close beside her, our old definitions of a suffragette.Here .

: i house, good, stables, 'corn bin wagon and tool .shed, haymow; some friend, the "mysterious stranger," are some of the results: Standard Railroad,1 the, Southin
. ', fine hammock aide. the above-mentioned acreage there U about with the piercing black eyes and the A suffragette is a" woman who , / x:
:\,' Very of rights land adjoining the lake, giving that compelling manner. At the same, time thinks she has been de-voted .long, to Cinj.nati 4. {'.
twenty acres riparian she feels! and knows that she enough. Pullman'"can Jacksonville ;Chicago, St. Louis,, ,
{ I' much pasture land extra without cost to the buyer. There is a bearing has been stabbed with poisoned nee Not satisfied with the last' word, Louisville, Indianapolis, Cleveland Grand, Rapid. .'and intermediate I
grove on the land, consisting of a good variety of orange, also some dle. She immediately Becomes'' un.. she also wants the fiijst. point ." ,:' ' fi

,. ,_ extra fine grapefruit trees and some young tree, making: about seven conscious dazed .or irresponsible for She is the corset needed to reduce DINING' AND" OBSERVATION'.CARS '
: a greater,or less period of time, during -i the government waste.
i. or eight acres, most all in bearing. which she experiences a number: ShZ is a woman who needs the For ticket and information call'on Atlantic Coast ,Line ticket!:: ,

j,, of marvelous adventures or hairbreadth "poll ambition.A agents, or w
Kaffir Milo macerEct- suffragette is a sting of beauty J. KIRKLAND Division -
, There i* several acres of land planted" to corn. escapes. PasengerAgent,
and kinds of garden It is. not possible to say that no and a jawer forever. Tampa, Fla. .
teretta and Japanese cane..besids potatoes many would rather break .. .
woman was ever without her knowledge A woman who ,
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for family and will be lost to sell. 1" ,
.. vegetables us given a drug hypodermically windows than clean them.
1. which produced unconsciousness. It omanwllosetroubles\ ; _are. ._cer-
'-4 ." Thies if"an ticejltnj. face orhYe7ihgu:. CiiasdcUghtful location-and -\ can, howeverv-be-said=veTypositiveTythat hot-nittle-ones/:: -- yt yl y11.rf y1 y11 t yt Y.yl$ti$$ yal t t$i9 ttfi. if! !.. z.-
; time airing '
there is no drug known to scien One who spends-more 'f' '
"- -pretty view of r lake about four, mile, from Kisumraee.. and here can tific-men which could be administered her. views than viewing her heirs. RARE CHANCE" r' SUBURBAN NOME-- ; y.

be built up a fortune and has'already good support for family in sight in the manner or which would producethe A woman who will spare no panesto ,,
other I foF.sale.
As interests there. offer BIT'lace
,. developed into value at little expense. Price. effect described in recent jtewpsa- get her rights. prevent my living ;
besides be greater
can cah. balance in thr e and four per reports. A woman who would rather rock the > on Fub'Lake. four and a half,,miles from 1 Kissi'mmee. ; cad eqo '
I 4 i $7,500. Term pLone-third one.Jwo." One of the laws of hysteria is'that country than the cradle. distant, frOm St.Cloud. :* ***-' -- t'-
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*. years:, seven per r cent on deferred payments. when any peculiar phenomenon is reported .. and This"property,comprises over:20 acres of:good I land.aad'Eas;'.
female creature, quaint
similar A
instances immediately queer "
I what she ain't. 660] feet on the lake front Excellent fishing 't. .
. throughout the country. We Who longs to be Just
Fine combination farm grove and pasture land 600.acre., adjoining appear may now expect a spring crop of magazine The land U half'fruit and balance muck.> Has LOOM last .

" I a' pretty lake about 500 acres excellent bottom prairie land, grows-- stories and popular novels Based The hen that would c..ck1e.nd never aew, story and a half.:30x30 ft. Hu water in the house two. rrs ls;.
heavy cattle require no feed at any time on this pasture, on the poisoned needle' as a motive. set *
extra grass ( ofthese u'flowingof fine artesian waterK'goodbarns
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suffragette. .. .. . .
is'as ridiculous Is the woman known as the ' .
I D' is divided into two parts fenced hog tight( also about 100 acres of pine Scientifically the thing and chickrn runs. '* '. ", I'.
and hypnotism of j : "" .
l. '' and oak timber land, valuable for grove land. .One can grow a I large an unwilling impossible subject as or Instantaneous County Road and A. c. L Railroad run through south dad e' lot "

3tf :" ", orange grove while cattle are developing, and cattle industry *,nd citrus anesthesia. Popular beliefs travel in We.can't efface we can't forget her, with station adjoining. 'Te1epboD.'ICmc. with Kissimme, : sad St.]1.' '

- \J fruit business i.i finest combination to be found for safe: an dprofitable waves, and hysteric and excited imaginations We love her atih-the stiller the' bettor Cloud. Title to property perfect Price: vary reasonable'and toss

y \ J investment. There U a season why this property can be had at a, help them along. The his'tory .1 des Box Fla.'T' .
'd': '. of popular delusions, from Salem given if red., .Apply"to J. W.,Prentis., . 96.. Kitsimmee.. e
: sacrifice price if you buy new. witchcraft to.present-day vagaries,'fa END STOMACH TROUBLE 3711

full of such instances. GASES-OR DYSPEPSIA Ylffl$lyl.$$lyiyjyl. $m!$lytlfflf. fy1y1 $.$1iti1ii ;
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"PRIVATE ,YOUNG TO PRIVATE Tape's Diapepsla* Makes Sick, Soar, S4'
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Ga.eySton.chs.Surely Feel / -- _ .
CHAFFEE. "
F' ElSON"REAL TV CD. i i'R fine In Five Minutes:' i : :
N (From the Washington Post) If.what yon Just ate is souring on .' : ,
Lieut.-Gen. Samuel B. M. Young, U.S. your stomach or lies like a lump of .' I
A:;' retired, commander 'of-the cavalry lead, refusing,to digest, or undigested .
in the Santiago campaign tfl' 1898. gas and eructate sour, THE H..G.aSIEVERREALTY ;: /" '
' KISSIMMEE i and now governorof' the Soldiers,'1 food or have a feeling of dizziness, -:+ ); ,;'
'REAR. STATE BANK' :If i FLA. Home, .and Lieut.-Gen.-Adna R. Chat heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad taste.In .
. ,'; ..,. S.' A-- retired,',commander of month' and stomach-headache you COMPANY' ; *
(' "i *, . the American contingent of the alliedarmy I can get blesesd relief.in five minutes. ;
in " '" ,;which marched to the relief of Put an end to.'stomaeh'trouble foreverby ., '
' 11111111111111111 the foreign diplomatic representativesat l.. getting a large'fifty-cent cake of NOT m THE, .TRUST! ;.?' -, ' .' :

.\;11.1'\' - .- .. Peking at the time of the .Boxer,, Pape's Dlapepsin from any drug store. 10,000 acre Stack Fara" < a barrate If take* at-a. .
t. distu..bance'ln.Clliba. both rose from realize in five'minutes how need ,
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. .$ .00.per aGe: -I.I" -I 5";: ": ;if ol<;+* +
the ranks to the highest military honors 1 less.it is.to-suffer from' indigestion,
: Yousliould: .,readxegularly : the 'United:States has conferred' dyspepsia or any stomach,r;disorder, Prairie,, Lad, Oraage. -Greres. .,.UgkHiuuMck ....... ThaVer. .Loss,. ,
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on any of her soldiers barring Washington We the quickest surest stomach doctor '
1 : and Grant,", said S. O.-Niil ofChicago. in the world."..It's wonderful: ,_ '.Leads at AD Prices aad .. Eary T..... j '
: .Git1e .' -When the war betweei the Stack ... wffl I katf vsJsw. % f. 'ffer >
The: Valley : TIMES. 2,000 acm ., exckaare : t f4) ,
t I ,, States began.General.'Young entered Ji There OF MODERN Nl1It real ......... .. ,- L4.f i i.
too much of a dispositionmakee ,_. !:- -:! ? .1.0.1. ITOrange I'
". ', '.'., the service as a volunteer. H.k wasa i 4 ,
." '. to r.; ; ,the reverence for "JD tber"
jto
be served throughouttlie.lrar
"FlortdaGreatest Weekly PGPer "' ' mere ,'albeit.with fidelity and eonr' symbolized by: rMother's Day" appll.able . Grove" aUsize ajKl'pcice" : i : 7' ;
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l-Jf the older mothers, moth- .. . ,
t'r t age, without attaining rank.. Chaffee only to < .,. ' .. u
,., N.tliiat. ,$...... f1M.Qtralat ; \; :.. entered the army'daring the same war, ers;:whose" 'children are,middle-aged' :, m II'> '' .. : '
.j whose life work t*mostly'done.
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l, '''I-'I'it i " Yeiir Stomachtroiible \ noDstration, taking In tfie:/.m. cattle IMIIM illllllllMI +f4' hF/iM 1'hifi I F 1ieFLiF/414
; i. :j II dS : had' } ,
: that
IT'StfiE KIND been. immersed on the two :
ff /11 AMERICA ; r
other dates referred to, was i given,. '
:, ' -, 4 8th that had not been put throughthe 'Coen
MTai/r's Wonderful l Stomach Remedy vat December 4th: A>few of them '
THAT' MOTHER attracted attentionbe'cau, ,....f.their PRODUCES. :'t :
D f ,Is Successfully,Taken in Cases' heavy Infestation; and I their. general .4a _" lnJer'n.tire9' 'New,Management, >
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of and 'latestinal "
Stomach Liver : '
"' debility., It war decided to'set. these b i'
.. ,Ailments apart and observe their condition when ,,
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4 Ah r;or sans of Suffering dip. result-would need to be seen MORE'C.URN ," "* _| 'd rp..*.i, ,
to be appreciated an attempt to tell < Household ': '
,. the story to those who have not, seen -, Furniture' Hom.; ({ Kitchen' t to Attic,. a'full and complete

: JMats .-. the results would generally becredit line... .. .,. ..0"o< \, .'

ed as an exaggeration. T.hu; particularfew "

.a'er'tti. >Wonderful Delicious Pies Made From had were gained not materially only: free from in weight ticks-but in I.Than. Balance of World. .. Baby Carriages . '', i t'c ;.

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.t that short time. All of the cattle that . ,
/Stamadi Remedy had been dipped had improved very splendid Line ', !r
/ Grapefruit much. Combined .of Handsome Baby Carriages and Co-Cart. :., :

p' ., will 'change This statement is made in the interests Let ut show them, to you. '___ , ()

of those'who have cattle on. the <
that THE PERSUASION OF THE A\IER'i: range. Everything that has been said OUT OK 170,000,4100 PLANTED ANNUALLY '

JCAN PALATE UNTlli'lT: LIE.M4IhDS I by the federal representatives who TilE WORLD OVEn Bicycles ,
Long Facet! \ JUST THE TICK. have been working Cmder the directionof tM
THE UNITED STATES SUP- :
w.-p. 'LING our state board of health in 'Jack- Iver Johnson Bicycles with coaster brake sTa bargain.
YOU HAVE IS \ '
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> sonville i iR more than trueyamd It be- PLIES 105,000,000 OF {

.rf* WudMfvl- &.*...... can SCIENCE hooves every man who has cattle to THIS ACREAGE. I
femJeedrstd
r.elly b termedwonderful thaneliU take advantage of the economic v.alueI }
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''' chronic duel that ft of fives Stomach tn Trouble many of ha.the upread mart I Every grapefruit (grower fn Florida I dippIns-and do everything to, getthe -- i I I Kissimmee Furniture Co. ,?"!

it* fame from one end of the country to the ought to be attracted by this topic. It help and eft-operation of state and Washington, D. C., March 20.-
F then No matter where you live-you will III always rather interesting to try to federal authorities in order to carryon I More than 130,000,000of the 170,000000 ,- J7O Broadway E 0. Garland \
find who have miffered
people with Mgr.r
r'' /, U.. mm* IntMtlaal Alliamt' etc.,Momwb and hive hypnotize the dear public into'wanting this great work. acres of corn.planted annually the .
fees restored to health and are loud in their' to eat /any .particular product of the WILLIAM HOWARDS".: world over 1s planted in Ameria, and '
y .r.ia. of thla ""med,. There !i. not A day earth. The persuasion of the American Zcllwood Fla.CHILD I the United Statejcsupplies 105,000,000of 11 11 I I'M' I Ml I I I I I I I I M I I I I I I 11 I I I H I" '

A, obtained lint what one brace thin remedy of the wonderful and the'bcnvfita nrvtilia palate until it demands just the this acreage, according to a reportby

are e" ..from. .. it arty on tha aotifce tickling you have in mind is a science. crop experts of the department of
and foundation of throe admemswnnving It can be done und made a pretty art. LABOR"COSTLY agriculture in the Agricultural. Out- --
7c tile fkoiaonoui catarrh and Mir apcretinnn. uk- .
ins out the inflamatton from the intestinal To put grapefruit pie on a secure pedestal look just published.
it. rct arid aaalat .in rendering the aame antiveptic. requires] meeting the cultivated ,". "To compare the vast bxtent of land
Sufferer are urged to try one (low*- prejudice and cabal against pie in any under corn in the United States with .

i; a'' .erhich.twines alone, you should that Myra relieve Woqderful your suffering..;......and..h form. But there i is still a pie-eating that in other countries serves little orraya YOUR HOME is judged largely by 7
ausedy should restore good health. public which would naturally be the TOCOUNTRY purpose other than to illustrate the of its
.+ Fut it to a teal today- tur"I; mill 1 he* arerelation most easily reached ir it dId-not; hap- heavy monopoly of this industry by plumbing.A .
to you anqyou wilt rejoice Oyrr1r that grapefruit were generallyheld the United States," departments ex-
quick recovery and onre main know the pen
a oflivlnf.i Send for booklet on, Stomach at a price in the north that often pertH declare. One fact mentioned by :$taadaiHT modern
Aumenta to.Gee. H. Mayr. M.g. Chemist; 136Wilting taken them but of the purse range of the department that is not well knownis bathroom gives an impression +
St. better Milt, obtain
Chicago or a
the One of that Mexico is second all
fcottley from your drtitffUt. pie-making houwekeeperB. among J : '
the rules _which will !be given! todayfor corn-growing. countries in point of of refinement
-4 For:' Sale In KUsIrjihee ByJ. grapefruit pie rather depends on .- -- acreage. and good taste to any y

Z. ROBERSON a plentiful supply of the fruit. How The Outlook deals only with the house, and the cost is 1
And Druggists Everywhere.SINGER ever there are fine grapefruit pies possible But Then How Much Do I world acerage production of corn, oats,
at practical figure. small for the amount of
a barley, rye, potatoes, and flax, but fig
The man who wrote from Arizona given to show the extent of '
ures are permanent satisfaction
this grapefruit pie crusade} Wa Care ? '
starting : imports of corn and beef from Argentina -
u i'// kindly sends his impressions of the pie and of oats from Canada. that it yields. .
of his boyhood and man wiH ----
SEWING MACHINE every
feature of the discussion
have a sympathetic feeling for this CHILI LABOR IS THE ONLY: !wAn interesting Is
't AGENCY of the world's corn crop is the your plumbing is
\ pie because it turns out to be that LINK IN THE VICIOUS CHAINTHE :
in different
the
name given crop coun- satisfactory ?
world famous species, "the kind mother
I BROADWAY AMERICAN PEOPLE tries. In Portugal, for instance, corn
used to make.
i Mr. Tucker writes: "The particu' CAN: BREAK IF THEY is "milho;" in Italy it is "granorurco;" ....

1 lar grapefruit pie I had in mind was WlSlf TO DO SO. in Roumania, "porumb;" in Servia.
DANIEL KELLEY Agent40444044444404044d made by my mother when I lived on a "cucurza;" in South Africa, "mealies.' THE OLD RELIABLE PLUMBING SHOP
farm in Florida and was made about "A procession of all the child work- The total world's acreage under oats
ers in this country, passingbeforyou is giv.eaat 14i.000.QOO acres, of which
Q
as follows: Cobbler style-the grape- ; R. L. STARLING ManagerL14
fruit waa each section being one a minute, day and night would 8&,000,000 acres are in the northern O

opened an.reeled. the pulp and juice last five years" Sa said Lewis W. countries Europe, 38,500,000 in the Darlington Ave. Phone 244-2 '
; LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEY saved. This was then sweetened to lime at the tenth National Conferenceon United States, and 10,600,000 in Can- r

taste and baked with crust on the ChIld Labor, which closed its sessions ada. Of barley, the crop experts de- \ :w. Ii
AT LAWSPECI4LIZING bottom and top and served with milk yesterday at New Orleans. He clare that its production increased i iL.
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and cream. While it can be madein was showing the pictures of some few ninefold. The surface annually sown - ---.., ,'f I.

# different styles this was found the of the children in that procession, and to rye is given at 108,000,000 acres, of --'I.." "
IN easiest and most practicable." demonstrating the high cost of child which 95 per cent is in Europe. .

No mention, as will be noticed is labor to the child to industry, and to The outstanding feature of the report -

ABSTRACT made in these directions for any thickening society. on the world potato crop is the
and possibly used. The "And when do you play" Pauline immense preponderance of Germany
AND none was
1 result must be a very juicy pie which Newman told how she had asked a M the production of this crop. Out ofa I L. & M LOUISVILLE&NASHVILLE I L. & N :
TITLE WORK might make the undercrust difficult to child: of twelve in a Connecticut mill total of 5,945,846,000 bushels, the II s

A .TATk BANK BLDO. COOK well and so this pie naturally town this question. "He looked at me world's crop of 1912, Germany, on her ra xiiEaoD ,i,
., Would be for immediate consumptionwhile with lustreless eyes and said with 208,780 square miles, produced 1,884-
t 440444444444444444i freshly cooked. surprise, 'Play? I never play.' And 863,000 bushels, or 31 per cent., while OFFERS SUPERIOR SERVICE TO
Here is a recipe which is Immensely I remembered: the day when I first the United States, with 3.026,789 CINCINNATI CHICAGO
-- .- .. .. liked by everyone who has the chanceto went to work.in( .! !! factory in ...Ne-w. qUa-A..D1i1-:0YJ"Qduced-: not quua'one- ST. LOUIS LOUISVILLE I' f'
test it and comes from a grove York. I wain noV'quite fourteen. The' fourth the German crop. !"j >, INDIANAPOLIS CLEVELAND DETROIT ,
; tJHICHESTER S PILLS where the fruit ia I noted for its especially factory overlooked the park, and 1 As an evidence of the growth of Argentine TOLEDO GRAND RAPIDS PITTSBURGH BUFFALj? ,
ataw yv fine flavor. In any case the could hear the voices 4>children out imports' since corn from that if
t...t..t A.al..a..tBr.re.:: finer the flavor the finer there. I went to the window to watch country was placed on the free list, i

,ly,.. 1 l' nit., ..... .. .,-- w.......... uee Oto the pies will grapefruit be. them. There were some younger than last summer, the report shows that Lv.SOUTH Jacksonville ATLANTIC__ ._. LIMITED 8:15 MONTGOMERY RQUTE"Lv. !
I --- -. '
8 ..._ = I!; ' Mrs. P. O. Rickman lives in a grove I, some -older, and ohl! how I wantedto the total imports--grew' from 63,000 AT. KnoxvlHe ____-__ .-.,-...12:00 pm' Jacksonville_______?_ 8:05 pm 1
aN"'uanu PPilike*..* on Pineapple River, Punta Gorda. go eut and play with them. But 1 bushels, in the fiscal\ year ended 1912, Ar. Lexington u : A!'. Montgomery;;;;; -:zL-BbOs a-. ''
_._"B M,6-l- These are her instructions.for the pie had not been at the window more than to 880,000 bushels in the fiscal year Ar. Cincinnati -_-___-___-_-_-_ 6:45pm:: Ar. Birmingham .:!-- ...12:10-; ( n'n 'i
pm
lI BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE' for which she ii noted: half a minute when a hand was laid ended 1913. and then Jumped to 499- Ar. Cleveland! ...___ ..___ 7:15 am Ar. Nashville ----------- 7:40: pm ft.
User only the pulp and juice of.. as on my shoulder. 'Child, the factory 000 in October, 1,500,000 ;Jn November Ar. Detroit -._'-_-_ 7'45am.Ar.. Evansville _-__, l.S5atn: "'
r '': -, many grapefruit as required to Del the i i. not the place to dream.' That mo- ,.and 2,173,000 in December. Corn AT.Grand Rapids---- ._._?,.-_. 2:45pm": Ar.-'St-Louis __.-,..._,.)7:40: am .:tJ..
.i..i.. ......O.t. .ooo... Stir in sufficient ment taught' me what child labor New .York the r Chicago .. ,. ..
received at ;
pie plate., granulated mean.. And when rob'a child of;: imports Ar, Louisville .._-,-.._j 9:00 pm .; .. *--,-'-..-,,-, -, -. 9:38amj ,
sugar to obtain the required: you report says, sold at from seventy-three Ar.' Indianapolis ...__ 7:00am .
;,, ?,: : off with either cornstarchor something.hecan' iieveivso longas cents under the price .Chicago i
) i./ Real 'f state Agency.:' flour rounding with half a saltspoon of salt-to he may live, never have again _-. Importations of oats.from Canadaare corn. DIXIE LIMITED ,.Lv. Jacksonville'-_..__.. 8:25pm ,
: each pie. Bake in a two-crust Rie. "We must cut child labbr out of the shown' department experts to 'Fast..t Train, to' the West. Ar.-Atlanta...__.??...: 8:00sm }4"

j: '... >-.;1mhNa..NbNNN.N.w.a- This I if for nine-inch pie plate. When vicious circles-poverty, child labor,: have totaled 16,000,000 bushels the Lv. Jacksonville ________ 9:35 am Ar. Chattanooga ______..12:00 n'n.,
a
,'" .. is intemperance.disease, crime, etc. months 1914r- Ar. St. Louis _..-_.....- 205 pm Ar. Evansville __________ 9:4Spm' ,
t Realty bought and sold.' cream it is considered poured over extra thepie fine as served Mrs.- Child labor is; the only link in the four more than the ending total January imports, duringthe Ar. Chicago ______._. _____. 6:50 pm Ar. 'Chicago. ____________ 6:60 am 1
; Houses chain which it is for ------- : - ---- '
rented. the --
Rickman directs that the filling is best possible seven years from 1906 to 1913. A "' 4
/ Taxes paid and Titles ver-. $ when cooked partly before being put American people -to break tomorrow, crop has totaled 16,000,000 bushels in South Atlantic Limited i is solid through train, with dining: care,.: -
ia 1 .{fled for non-residents. into the crust, otherwise it has a'tendency if they wish to do so. I do not claim the United States in 1913 as comparedwith coaches and sleepers to Cincinnati; through sleepers to Louisville, Cleveland +

i 1 '-Fire, Life and Accident In- J to boil out while being cooked that the abolition of child labor will the. I.\\}12 crop was held to be a and Indianapolis daily and to Grand Rapids Mondays and Thurs.
sl V: between the cruists. destroy the vicious circle, but it will contributing factor. days.

,: surance..Indemnity. While not quite a pie' recipe, Mrs. reduce it; it will give us a people'bet- That the United States packers
',W I Bonds. Rickman has another grapefruit dish ter able to break the other links in have gained an Increasing hold on the Dixie Limited and Dixie Flyer are solid through trains to Chicago ,

that may suit some families. Preparethe the chain. If all these things are true, Argentine beef trade is indicated by wjth coaches, dining cars, drawing room compartment and observation ? ,
!' grapefruit as for pie, using only as we believe they are, and if we are 'I the report, the government expert sleepers ;sleeper through to St. Louis on Dixie Limited, over five hours jJ '

the pulp and juice, and if grapefruitare an intelligent people, why does child showing that of nine establishments fastest and only one night out. ,

scarce, a little water may be add- labor As if continue in answer, to this question of'I'I for slaughtering, chilling, or freezing Montgomery Route has sleepers through to, St. Louis daily, and con-
; ed. Sugar nearly to the desired sweetness and exporting beef, located in or near '
-s.: ; BULLOCK put over Are and bring to a boil. Owen R. Lovejoy, secretary of the National I Buenos Ayres.flve are owned and operated necting sleepers to Chicago. m

Make a baking powder dough not too Child Labor committee, some by Chicago packers.In .
+ w thick. Roll lightly cut into small biscuit tortes had been told by Mrs. Florence summing up their conclusions as
ELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAINS, WITH THROUGH SLEEPERS AND
'UAL ESTATIr.wNNeNNNaNwNnWN' -1Ji&e---roundsr4repkttheboilinggrapefruit Kelley,. stories from her. own experi- to the effect,-of--the- Argentine beef
sauce, cover the boil until ence. "In Maine, where I spend my trade on the home product;the department .DINING_ ARS._ FAST TIME.-- ROCK BALLAST.
cooked through in .about eight minutes summers, I have a neighbor who lives experts declare that imports of NO DUST OR DIRT. .f'
.' 1 a; INSURANCE The kettle should not be to in a boat five miles-from shore. He Argentine dressed beef for a year at t
small as to crowd the little dumplings. dare not come, to land, because he the recent! increased rate would only For reservations information, ask the tickent agent or address:
;' Serve with either butter and sugar, knows that the agents of the Federal amount to about 1.3 per cent. of the H. C. BRETNEY, Florida Passenger Agent L. &; N. R. R., 184 Bay St..
Examination of Titles
f; If not made sufficiently sweet when government would send him to prison. national production, and most of the Jacksonville. 11-8 'r

the put to "boil, or cream and Several years ago he stole-1,660 scal- shipments 'consigned to this countryare
Specialty.! fruit cream alone.-Florida lops, grievous offense, for which a from Chicago packers in Argen-
v fine of 1,560 wae imposed. He can tina to their branches In New York.
.
1 Correspondence Solicited. never pay the fine, so he is a man "It is not assumed" the experts 1ID'EIAL 1//
ECONOMIC VALUE OF CATTLE without a country. But in the
J.t; I 'I' samevillage"there add, "that they are using Argentine -
.: ,'- DIPPING. is a fish cannery where beef to beat down the' prices of Chicago -
young children work every day un- beef."
FERTILIZERS 4
--p EditorTimesUnion Septem- disturbed, although the state of 41!
ber I attended a farmer institute at Maine has said that child under .
no Subscribe to The' Valley Gazette. -, '
\ Grand Island. .Amongthe I
: speaker fourteen years may be employed.. But '
C.W.6RIFFIN; at the IlIItitute'waa Dr. Drach a rep the factory inspector is far away in .

resentative of the.federal government, Augusta; the nearest justice of the o..o.oo..o..oo.ooooo o.o

t i' ;:Staple and Fancy' whose particular., business it was to peace is thirty miles away, and roads Best ;
: set forth -thavalue pf dipping cattle are bad; and the people, who .care (
,. "IJ : to control and eradicate Ucka..--Reap- very much if their scallops are stolen, I

z :f .GROC: f RI-I E S tug the importance,of the advicetthat do not mind it If their children are FOR SALE Because of f right sources, right proportion, and right combina-I I
: was given at that time, I wrote the ruined. .j ,
'J ,: :> ,," company \; represent as to the statements "Twenty yearn ago, when I was- a ... 'liOD'. ., .t." I Ns

made by the federal representative factory Inspector in Illinois I
went
.. An Excellent Small Home .
and WIlli ordered to -with
proceed to, a packing house prostratingly '
\ t r::; :Free Ddlrery I to' aU Parts the erection of a vat. hot'day and saw one one of the boys who for a small family, for a',? .

,'' ofthe.cItyt This work was completed under the opened and shut 'the doors of the small of and a Cheapest "
'to' ". ,; sum money j ;
.'L.1 supervision of the government (
i L representative cooling room/ One minute he was outside .
,r.i'' i': . and a d.mon.tratlon'Civen in the direct rays of the sun;; the small cub payment, balance ,
1\f. on December 4., 1913. At that time'
next he was inside where the icicles "Jments.
small
; ; monthly '
'", c something like 200 head of cattle were never melt.. I was told that the company pay. Because of our large tonnage tjiere it economy in-buying, manu** *
r, .. put through the solution. Moat of the .' House.consists of 5 '$ 4 t
had three times as boys on
cattle were heavily infested with many factoring, and telling, and our customer get the benefit.r T,
ticks the rolls as they needed for hls and .
pay nice closets
--t( 1t;, EC6ERS6LUESS E. &, RIEDEL and had the usual appearance of range I Job because two out of three of them rooms pantry ," *
;t 'cattle at.that season of the year On were always sick. At the same plant about 60 ft., of porches,. ? s t

"r.r i January 8ththe"lBme lot of cattle I saw the agents of the United States in'excellent'condition .U situaled ,
;
1
', _."rr :COMPETENT, . '_,_CARPENTERSCABINET.. were again run through the vat. TheconditioQ' inspecting with a microscope the meat '- Wilson &:.Toonmer-FertllizerCo I
W''. ". on'stood" street ;
. of the cattle ; they .
.f --" waaa decided that was to be sent Germany, and ->--' '
'"', ,MAKERS contrast with .their appearance at the ,learned that the Federal governmentwas (best of:neighbors.; very deUrable. / f '
first , Jacksonville Florida
j i dippine ,of the large, paying more for the inspectionof ,
1lrett.c? % a."'I : K-plor: xL ticks'were vfaLbM'and their physical meat In that single plant than the ;.,,- > -.-: i ir r ',
; conditions:1ia4 very materially Im- state of Illinois had N ;0; -
r i i ,w'An'; ; ,, rt'IaOu'': .: ;'.....I \ proved.. Their.'hides not only looked the inspection of-all .appropriated'for the place where) - I* + -:' i Local Agents: Waters &:, Carson-Grocery Co.1 1"1
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i FRI'DAY; MARCH 27,. it14 .' \' I THE KISS1.MMEE* VALLEY'" 'GAZETTE '. fa ..A..r..'trSimmonsville :' <,


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C sufficiently] indtthe 1 acres which" pay Messrs.'P. Moser and C.':Grnmmert of iggiiyBRKKfiifi Y sfi! ifiYi! !fi !Iili! mtoimf! ws! (? :/ :

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such a prominent part in the law have Sidney, Ohio, enjoyed every minute of !J. :
[ < II'II'The been In need--of that'which, ,the drainer their stay. The gentlemen expect to .. ,,' '.,' .,. tf. "
proposes take off. .\ improve their, land, to grove ,in, the ,' ,s ., t '5:I 4'r; / "l ...;
,. As our game warden. ,has left the near future. ". t, ---r- : ..t' .
faculty of:givhig names to localities deer, turkey,/ete., to look out..'fot Will Ivy having sold his honfe place . . i.
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does not at all times rest with themselv,/ are of the1. opinion. .that here to T."L. Harney, !moving'to his >......-' '
homestead in the township west of us."An } \
corporate bodies. Rex sometimes assumes they will do so. . '
that' prerogative and the old Whittier merchants are restocking enjoyable occasion was enjoyedby I .. ) . : $

cracker knows better how to locate us and reinforcing, their exhausted store,, a joyous bunch at Mr.-Truesdale's ..(. ', ". !Ii
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'than he would if Mattaw Allahow or prejparaerybor'the' spring campaign.The la,t'Frfday night V c h\ $
Any .other of the. outlandish railroad only thing that at present Is R. C. Burnham of'Pax ton, Neb: :, wasa ..: .. ..

'"'names-were given to head an. ',article,, not-booming .to any extent is,thelno- visitor to Orange Center'early this IBI.1.1: ... ,; '')" '
as there, are more people in this'coun litical situation. Keep the ball rolling;; .week. Mr. BurnhaM'was delighted ",; "1 './; : .. jr. :
ty; as well a. others,'who understand Charlie, 'or th> democratic rooster has vith conditions here and particularly '. .' '. .
where R. W. {Buck) 'Simmons' donuV already started his campaign and he 10 after having been informed by some ,1 ,....
cle Is located than there la that know/ has Charlie Bandy at the head of his of our "friends" that Orange Centerwas y1 ) 'J '
I ,where trains from the Florida East ticket After the women get the privilege only halt a mile from hades.T. \' -:%:
Coast railroad have depots. Governor of yoUng he's going to get the .- L. Stewart is our latest arrival .' ':' .. = ,
' Simmons is the recognized leader in fooldom parliament to memoralize 11'001New York. He is glad to get to .r': --

this !berg, elected, like George Wash- congress to give him and Ms wife a the land of eternal l sunshine. lIe is a .
ington by the unanimous vote of this chance. He won't admit that polygamy -" believer in the efficacy of work. J
thriving industrial center of God'a creation is wrong, and as his kind are Sinking at the church Wednesday 1
the lemon and sour orange ex- largely in the majority, declares that night was well attended.
blematlc of the fruit that has departed another amendment to the oonetltutlon i '
,' hang in immense clusters on the is ifeeded and that is not selectedto II*YOUR CHILD IS CROSS, At Home 91: ::1

.trees, the verdant palmetto bows this matter, but that Methodist FEVERISH, CONSTIPATEDLook r
gratefully to the passer-by, thte democratic preachers are prohibited from'catlnr .. !Ii -'. 1
rooster shouts oat his notes of spring chicken. !Ii .. m, i
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welcome, hunters' paradise opens wide I With best wishes for the Valley Mothers! If T nrue is Coated ifiHi -=-. $ !
its gates to the youthful seekers after Gazette and its managers, Cleanse Little Bowel, With "Call- .t 1

mau-imonial honors, and all other good I' REX fornia Syrup of Figs."
things unite to create in this locality (TQ be continued.) ,,.. .

something to be sought after by oth- I Mothers can rest easy after giving 1.
eyf beside the indigenous: population. in
of because
."California Syrup Figs,
with the I
$&t; is at present domiciled
ll ApopkaLittle a few. hours all the clogged-up waste,

kindfeess governor,of enjoying this admirable the bounteous family. sour moves(tile out and of the fermenting bowels, and food you gently havea George Blackstone Irving; a lecturer of national

Renowned Mrs. Simmons husband is ,aa and popular Miss Katie as her is MISH Katie I Bona returned well Sick, children playful child needn't again.be coaxed to reputation, and "Better-Town Promoter" by profession
morning to St. Petersburgafter
Monday
a well household known and name admired in the by community those with, a two weeks' visit to her sister, Millions!take this of harmless mothers-keep"fruit it handy laxative.because "- ; has written" a book called "My Town," the mes-
associates. Harris i is the Mrs G. I la rod, here.
whom she He I Wm. Gaffe, one of our leading i'ar- 'they know its action on111.." 1 1Hi of which he "
!young is recognized man of as the a worthy neighborhood.chip off the penters and. painters, left here last stomach, liver and bowels is promptand sage states is, "Buy at Home. The !Ii

bid have block.the means Take, us power all in and all stability, and we, trip Saturday, returning for St.Monday Cloud on evening a business- lie Ask sure.,your druggist for a of 50-cent Figs" Springfield [Mass.] board of trade awarded Mr Irving Yi '

for friends and hot for enemies.!. was delighted with hill trip, and le- bottle of "California Syrup
Y warm directions for babies, of the best submitted: 1or
for -
Our business Is both wholesale and ports seeing flourishing towns both at which children contains of all ages and for grown- HiHi a prize $500 plan promoting A

and retail see, but for yourself you'ljuat\ Mr.have Editor.to We'rejust' come St.Interest Cloud and is becoming KiHRimmee; aroused herein ups. the interests of their city. He has studied the .

and the bond issue, and unless --- --- fi
proposed
set of booming boosters
we'll a convince the stranger that comes unforeseen complications arise the Subscribe to The Valley Gazette. subject in this. country and abroad. Consequently he
with good intentions that .bond i issue will carry by practically a I' {
us
among
we're the kindest people on' earth. unanimous vote I knows what he is writing about and the following
CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING
Beau Drawdy continues with us, Mrs. G.. Ha rod left Monday lou 1
for the visit to her parents and other rela- '' ,
giving his house up enjoyment ) quotations make a advertisement for the Buy-
strong
of the young people one night tives in St. Petersburg and will wit- .
last week. Jam Hall, his wife's brothers ness the DeSoto celebration there. this i
is with them .n a visit. Mrs. Ma- week. ing-at-Home movement:
mie continues the faithful, industrious A cold wave struck here last Saturday five Cents Per Line I

housekeeper. Their great big baby is ,night and continued fool until 1 "Every citizen of a community, farmer, laboring matt, profes-
a source of pleasure to them, being Monday, but no harm was done to Each Insertion.. .
the finest and largest in the county. vegetation L. sional"' nan--each and all owe a heavy debt to their town. Al-

The. expression, "What is home without Homeseekeri. (continue to come this WANTED Farm machinery, tools, together too many citizens are objects of charity from their fellow Y u
in for location and all -
illustrated looking a appear -
mother, Is fully way
k this a family circle. Without Mms Ma to be well pleased] with our town.II. etc. Send particular of the following HiHi citizens in accepting community prosperity: enjoyments without !5

mie the present condition of affairs I 11. Witherington, president of articles, which must be in good giving value received.'? -
order and condition Single !
would care and indeed love be for changed.her children Her tender are been the American kept quite Realty l>usy recently company showing, hat; wagon working with seat and bed; one-horse: Hi 'A resident of a town should'always patronize that business in ,;

beautiful emblems of that which makes property to prospective buyers, and ; disk harrow, cutaway or round; his community, the owner of which resides there, in preference to
tooth harrows, corn planter, garden
home Mrs.lovely.Eubanks and Miss Effie were says settlers that located there here will in be a short several time.new planter, hand plow with garden attachments that business, the owner which resides out of town. This principle I

Saturday visitors. Miss Nora, living The committee appointed by the I hoes, rakes, shovels, I applies to every line of business.' ,
knives and saws, croks-cut
near, is a frequent caller. board of trade to investigate the cost I pruning "So widespread the principle of home investment that the
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This section consists of a law-abid- of installing an electric\ light plant I saws, axes, posthole-diggers, etc., .
ing class of citizens who enjoy life in here is securing; some very Interest- scythe, surrey, chains, hooks swiv- German Empire has organized a crusade against American bonds ;/

Mace and plenty., The milking season ing figures, and the chances/ are that el-trees and anything useful arounda urging that home interests need all local capital. The general '
i farm. Address, with cash prices,
walk the
IB with us and as'the hens are in the near future we can
strictly again attending to their business, streets of Apopka the darkest night Manager, Box 145, Kissimmee, Fla. manager of the International Harvester Company told the writer I

Rex is luxuriating in milk,. butter, that blows by the light of brilliant 12-tf I IHi that it is more difficult to introduce their products in Germany .
and the finest corn bread ever electric lights.J. .
eggs produced. Cracker, you Georgia F. Briggs will soon have his WANTED TO RENT house for the than in any other nation. When a nation acts this way is it not significant
cracker once. Florida cracker house on Second street ready to move year; 4 to 6 rooms; city water: lesson for towns ?" -!
:J'. new. Hurrah for .the cracker! Let convenient; nice location. Wannpossession
into.Conn
where he Aay. Hyde, the popular new con- March or April; boat
him come from '
Kenansville is still on the boom or ductor on the Midland, has moved :into care guaranteed tor property. Hi Yes, it is a: significant lesson for this very community. ;!Ii :
der. New settlers coming in. The the new bungalow recently purchasedfrom Address W. P. I., :Box 117, or see I
noted Peacock Emporium is doing a the American Realty company. F. F. Cummin. at Carson Grocery Him; W - i
fine business. The employes on the There seems to be quite a differ- Co. Also ...t"at once, 1 or 8.m-
railroad are recognized as a body of ence of opinion between some of our turn:: hed rooms. 8tt

r gentlemen who confer ,every accom- cititens concerning the location of the INFORMATION concerning the pre. i ...o. . .... .. . ........ .. ............. .... . ... .. ........ ......... ,
modation the t Company will allow, and brick road through town. Some conlend -
our people generally are well*pleas W lhat'it shoutd follow the-clay -ant older for pos eUQT L.-o.f..A> adr ...,-.- .- .c ,
with the spirit they exhibit. They road bed, while many others think it model of a machine for cutting the -- ,' t9
should route and thus giveto stem of oranges and gathering or- f
kill a few cattle, but no great good go a new
baa evet* yet been accomplished with Apopka two hard surfaced streets smges; and smaller fruits. Will beliberally a C STANFORD COMPAMT RULL BASS MARKET. tI '4'
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out some unfortunate result.)' A'new leading through A.be town instead asked if rewarded returned to this no questions office. Dry Goods, Oodfrf ..e! Skoos, .. l
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has to inflict some pain be- one. It seems that the more improved '
company Fmnltklart sad! Nods '"! KIr4.
fore they'are properly appreciated. streets that can be secured..the betterit pd I ,, I'I(: '; ,Fre&Meats d AD t': .
Beau Drawdy purchased goods fJ will be for the town.H. :
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FOR SALE. {
Mr. Taylor in your city and they were H. WltherlnRttm accompanied a .'
forwarded by rail to this place at just car load of homeseekers from this place !:Ii .
J about as low a figure as they could to St. Cloud one day last week to look FOR SALE-Crab grass hay, bailed, jl -,
'F have been purchased in Jacksonvilleand at property In that place $20 a ton, fifty cents a bale, delivered CLARK A: MFlfLFJONDUTTONHARRIS =
,, at Joelc. Wilcox Brox.
forwarded to this locality. Beau W. L. Pannell ban secured the <' /1- city
I::1' claims that he had the satisfaction of tract to build n concrete sidewalk intending _ 13-2t-pd Yi CO. $ '
and from T'urk a\c-nue at the post- Real Estate
the before buying i
seeing goods FOR SALE-A triple A HtrCulesstumppuller \ SHOES
office to the Baptist church on
much better satisfied than he corner
was Will i
good as new.
would have been in taking his chances Highland nvenuiThe walk to be laid sell cheap also forty full-blooded fiffi 106 Broadway c
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; liawouth side of fourth street $
for
in having the merchants choose on I Brown Leghorn hens. C. II. Funk, I
t instance A. J. Walk r has been In WinterOard.cn -u;
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him, this being the case in one Kissimmee, Fla. 12-tf k i1
" is proof the same might be n part of this week fn the Interest ififfi
s done for others. Kissimmee is Osceola's of the ti I lephone exchange there DESIRABLE residence in Apopka for WATERS & CARSON GROCERY :
The benefits they derive Tho' new telephone dfrrtory Issued house -
city. sale. Seven-room and two- COMPANY 1
,, from our trade goes to support our from the Apopka New offs: In A verycreditable acre lot; 65 bearing orange trees Yi '
; own county. Charity, when at itsbest ple'e of work and gtvows upwell and same amount young trees on I tfitfi
j begins at home. Better have the for our town to have an office that lot; city water; corner Central KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO. I"
, confidence and good-will of our home can handle a job of printing of that nue and Orange street; e ;;f; ETerythiaf.for the.Ho... y;-'

merchants than that-of those whoa sizeW '- the. new brick highway Just ave'j. i J. E. Rod Maacer.Hfr r
U. Pannell ha just received A
v good-will is worth nothing to you, nor place for a winter home-$ ; NELSON REALTY COMPANY
load of cement and will t quitebu.y $ _
car >o .
f ever will be. Short-sighted people part cash, balance to suit +
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I look only for present opportunities, thl season laying sidewalks. andoth'r er. Address W. T. Wilson, Apopka, !Ii No. t Dartisiftosi..... %
,., i Net tomorrow look out for itself, and concrete ImprovementHA Fla. 13-tf
but the time movement la now on foot to establish !Ii
! "all that sort of nonsense, ;
passes and while you nod in recognition a park 'on Twelfth street and Robinson FOR SALE OF RENT-720 acres of !a. !yo;

t of that old musty expression, you avenue for a colored ball. ground. good pasture land close to Whittier;" F. a LAWSON
don't remember that every act of your There was a visitor rn thl. .,It)' a few J. E.: St. Onge, 2105 Myrtle St., Sioux i l Cash Store D. G. McKAY REAL ESTATE
l own is looking out for that tomorrow days ago looking for .a 10 at1QJI' for a City, Iowa. 114.4tFOUNDGold / ,
which you hold in such supreme contempt new bank. -;> 10 Broadway: AGENCY .. Yir ?
r Our every act should and is It la currently reported that S \VEldredne Masonic pin; square !Ii
has been the and within a large G. Per-
The and appointed as compass -
for future provisions. past y; ffi; '
J be looked after. new postmaster here and will perhaps son calling at this office, proving
don t have to
present Ili";
" for the take .charge of the office about the. property and paying for this notice -
In the past we have prepared = ..
t the time first of April. This will necessitate kls.1.realgn8.tlon can secure pin. 6-tf x
. present, and during present
w. must prepare for the future, and as a member of the boardof HUNTER LAND CO.
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the let's take county commissioners, Maths government FOR RENT. y
, in preparing for future .1
will not him to hold Reel
permit
in home merchants and give them a? Estate
,\ a chance our to think well of us when enjoying that position In connection- with thpostoff DWELLINGS for rent, opply to I(. 1 e y;- I
Ice Tiller.
with aid that which the '
r our
Rexi !Ii W. B. MAKINSON CO. y;
: future has in store "fOr-them. FOR RENT-Comfortable bed Yi
'Wnay hurt some feelings when he makes room !Ii Hardware, Catiery, Boat Svpp&os
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I this assertion, but good advice never :11 Orange CenterDear II centrally located. Large porch. 6 W. Go HAN lCS .
; killed anybody yet, though it is often : Brack St. J. W. Prentis. 42-tf !! aid MachiBsry. !Ii

the only kind of vice that some men ,. _!y;_ Addla* MackUes aid 'W.lb.a !:
detest. FOR RENT OR SALE-Two-story

i Cattle are in good form; the young, Gazette: We hear some talk store building on Brack St. North .. '
:everywhere of an interurban railway line between ._Kissimmee. H. C. Stanford. 29-tf Yi. -a

., ; the principal part Sanford and Kissimmee, via Orlando. I IiI ;
woods have been burned and this burning Now it is a self-evident fact that the AUTOMOBILE-Buick touring car, DANN-S w4c
I .is always followed by fine grazing. more beautiful the route traversed by has been used a very little; will ex- DEPARTMENT STORK a

j The cows cannot live in luxury until ,i country roads, railroads or any other change for town Willson or country real' es I Dry Goods,OotkJbf,Shoos. ,F.-I.L"!
tate. J. M. Jr
late in the fall. The ranges are in, roads the more passenger travel that -Wfi ;- t'ii
splendid order, not so 'good, of course road secures, and the freight service is !Ii 5 ..ellOe Store
during the winter, but still sufficient I not impaired in any way by reason of KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.
ft) sustain life and strength. the scenery. Little old Orange Center !y; I. e
HOUSE AND. LOTAT Wholesale. and Retail ;
>A.-- Mike-Simmons, from Lake Winder make a noise like she would enjoy yb'i
was a stay-all-night visitor at the having that interurban route through. Pfcos' 21 o wr,
house one night last week, and Mr. To come along the east side of Big J. W. PRENTIS
and Mrs. Keene from Narcoossee did Sand Lake and swing into Orange Cen- A BARGAIN !'Ii . -YrPas.; Organ Talking Ma'.LI_ 1 ifi
and Sim Eu- ter and on to Kissimmee -
Ned tlJrough'thegroves
the honor.
us same .. !Ii
banks were Sunday visitors. In fact at Shingle Creek would not SewIq M.Lh. .
people in this community are goers entail any great additional expense, Located in most desirable residence ...-- !Ii '
the old but it would be along a route that of Kissinunoe, near courtHouse .a
and comers, to put it in quaint portion -mBliiBiiliiliBrilgiBfigfa 4
cracker style, and they enjoy each could not be excelled: in going from ,, on Emmett street, opposite R : 'k Z
other's company whether any outsider I Orlando to Kissininee. The additional home of W. J, Sears. House containssix a ;
appreciates them qr not amount of business secured would rooms and bath open' fireplace. .
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: Rain this morning, with -the thor- more than onset'the additions expense Lot 78x147; middle house in block. ::51
jnometer at 63 degrees. We have had required. Why notf Price $2.600. AUGUST, r I
''pr, considerable dry weather, which has Enthusiastic visitors to our 'little St. if"
i !'drained our creeks,, rivers. and ponds village last week In the persona of i is .! ! .! iYiliRJi! !I !( i ; i

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!J I then in or near.Portsmouth,'Ohio, until I "' received' 'William Ferre.ll, W..,, G., Hankins JUNIORS ORDER, ,..I Announcements '1

I 1'rR COMMISSION I about three'yeara ago,. when h.: OFFICIAL MINUTES and A. A Tano were.'appointeda t
vto-iKlssVnimee., { lie was much : committee on resolutions and re- : : -' ** .
J I, imprl >L in health after coming.here, que.teet0 represent thejx ard at the "AVfJOLL\ Mf !''
MEMBERHOUSE
q HEAR ARGUMENTS and.Ute family hoped. for. a complete ,BOARD MEETINGContinued funeral. *" "", I FOR, OF tEPRE--,'
recovery. There,being no further business be- *"*.. ' f I. ,-SENTATIVES.. STATE OF ". ;-
He was married pecember'10:1874) : ;' fore the board, an adjournment,. 'The members ofrthe"Junior;'Order FLORIDA. ..
who. with six item pale taken until.the next regular meeting: oft United. American 'Mechanics held: ? '
Continued. from page one.;) to Miss Abigail Halton. ( one.)) *
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( children, survive. The children are 1 their first monthly social at their hall : I hereby announce myself m* a can-/,*, ] ;

enuiye-"*" -amo i nf ji of".n questioning i ,, the George W. Harris in Chicago,.Carl H. years to come that had ever been for. DR. CROOKS l last night, practically the entire. mem- dldate.to represent Osceola county In "1% a'ao'I

"..question was finally passed new Harris, Portsmouth,. Ohio: "John W. the making/ of a great city bership. beingpresent.. i the house of', representative of the.,* ]' '
witness introduced. J. -M..Bond s -Of Harris Mrs. D. G. Francis;; ,. Mrs. H. The finance committee was author- After the routine business was disposed I Florida legislature' subject to the ac.
I Plant City asked about the rate ,on {i, M. I Deyores and Miss Abbie Harris\ ized to await. the report of the'com SPEAK. SUNDAY of E. L. .Johnson took charge tion of the 'democratic voters at Jthe//

commercial fertilizer ana asked the 1 all of this city. mittee on new enterprises after an Investigation of the meeting and notified the brothers I June. prlmry.9-. J..TRIPLETT ,
y., question why it was that Plant City He has been a ''member} of the l\ad been made of the mer- that "all work and no play was s
,, of Jacksonville I
Rev. C. W. Crooke HOUSE
its oZ the proposition offered and, if what made Jack dull and FOR MEMBER OF THE OP
wag forced to pay on commercial fertilizer church\ _since 1873 and was always state of the Florida a boy that ) +
+ shipped from Jacksonville I found doing church and Sunday school favorable to proceed to provide funds superintendent he didn't propose to permit any juniorto REPRESENTATIVES. ST TB. \
Anti-Saloon League and editor of the 1
work until his health entirely failed. to secure the proposition. be charged with the crime of dull- OF FLORIDA. :' ;
Florida edition of the New sincerity.K'
Tam-V I sending Republic, Being impressed with the ;
lie waN an elder''in the Christian Rev. Withempoon suggested/ e88l therefore a program had been +
member' the comWittec to investigate will speak upon the live issues of the of the many people throughout. the -
fcfcty-twp cents when' the material church:<< here also was Sunday school a provided that would cast caresasideand ,
tht'; goon. into Tampa ix hauled j superintendent. )I persojially the standing of day at the Baptist church next'Sun- bring smiles to their faces, to say county, who have urged ne to ,.bee't '
through Plant City ? lie 1 ha4 hewn a mcmbi-r of the Masonic the concern which desired to locate day morning March 29th and at a nothing of the good things to eat and come a--candidate: for-representative t .
service of all the churches to be
union i In the of
lower house the legislature .'
Was Knight' here smoke that were waiting the
After visitor had heen given 1 Indus Mince I 1H8U. a on-
every .
opportunity to l he hoard that HO de-. Templar. W (;. Hankina speakmg of this held in the Methodist church at night. I slailght. After the following programhad and also being ambitious to serve the

//.Ii aired, C. A. Carson representing the All ,during, his long illness he waskind brick plant proposition stated that it Everybody is urged to attend one of 1 been carried out each speaker people ..mCRghom I have been reared -\... ,
\ Kinnimmee Iwartt/ of trade, ask>-<| to and 1 patient= would br! < proper to require of the gentleman i these services and hear Jr.-Crooke" acquitting himself with credit the entire : r hereby announce myself aa. .' ] :.
.be heard,' and in n forceful address who wanted a bonus to move I The Anti-Saloon League is nonpartisan throng gathered around the candidate for the position of representative f r;.
presented. the case before l the commixjSoncrs CARD OF THANKS.; here that he give a bond guaranteeing i in (( liUcs. Democrats republicans "feast" and enjoyed themselves in a from Oscepla-couiiijt l in the,'} :
in such: a way that it could not | Mr, ,. .J. II. Harris and family wish j to operate, bin plant for a stated pe- and prohibitionists co-operate in manner thfiL will for all time remainin lower house of the legislature, subject 1'1\"''\ ""h! .
'be misunderstood. !Hr! cited rates. on 'to I thank the many friends for their rind amil
t ''r flour from Jacksonville to Tampa aI'' kindnesu and nympajliy) during the men. Thin ,u gestion was well received i saloon and they are making rapid j : PAT JOHNSTON..... .i"..?.I. ,.. 'I
cents barrel and from long Ulanof the husband l and (athARo '! and the committee on new en- ([ progress in the work. It11.. equally I "Virtue"-"-!"'. II. Lawson."Froedom"L. .
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y J twenty-one PIT for the beautiful floral, instructed into the active in securing legislation against I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER; .
: Jacksonville tn KMsiniincc the rate in i-- many tirpriM"wa.. -- to go I D. Flint.- ." f' '.4a.
h thlrty-fiv.. rents Ho showed that the ol"nl-! iimlUT thniouirhly, before making a "' the traffic and in promoting the enforcement I I "Patriotfsm" C. Chapman! To the Democratic Voters of OscooLsi /,
that the.rate : decl-mi' of laws after they are enacted. "The 1ome"-J. C. Roberts. County: J>, .X, '.
interstate rate wan different "
The -lion of the long and short I Our peoples" will honor themselves "The School"-Harold Buzza. On the solicitations of my fri3ads(
Savannah on' 'IUI I
from ( 1'''ll1l1al I to | '
the 100 ,pounds.! i is: twenty-throe rents. REGISTRATION BOOKS haul ,iati-- having; come1 up for discusiion. I by giving the state superintendent "What Makes a Real Man 7"-S. J. and after-due consideration of the responsibilities
i and of the office, I hereby!
hearty hearing
A. Carson was appointeda | a strong I Triplett.
mid from Cincinnati to Atlanta an |I
'' olfu'ial of the I support in all the work of the league. announce myself a candidate for county .;;;'
; interniedialr point is only twenty- ARE NOW OPEN the" representative j I "Our Order; From Its Birth to Now" :
1 1 four cents. Ki--inimce Board of Trade at the sit- i -Otto Plootz. commissioner to represent the p o-
of the from Commisalon-
1 lie said l we uie not fighting, : "'I'ampuWe d rung/ of the, railroad commission onWhui UNCLAIMEDLUTfRS "Our Order is What We Make It"- .pIe county
are only asking that you KIVC: usA : .\ I' i HIOFFICK; : OJHEmSTU ,- day. :March 2fith.V G. I). Boone. er's District No.2. comprising voting ;:?i*

"iiaui-e| (1t.,a1. The consumer, he ..aid, (;|RI| |KINVIU.' CI.OSK The to be voted for in
the demo
rays The freight,/ and l heHaid I thin rvquest APRIL I l.l.Apnl ;. I Iranifather of J. W. 1ari[ l'who is AT THE POSTOmCE! county cratic primaries to be held in June.
for ,relief, I i.s, linked. 'in the inter a member of thi- hoard having been
I I '' Realizing as I do, that a public
rtf that the h t tof I I.t
the high roll i
pat "
i-on.sunier
\ leduccd.Hi . thi 1 J.'ith i is positively. ) tin- lat, 'The. Best office i is a public trust and that a pub \
living ma)1' hooks will if- 1 Kisnlnmic' I Kl.i M.irrh 2.:! 1Nll VERY lie officer is a public servant there.for -
the r
I i rgl.tnUun -
then li-Tid! "Item the YIII"Ia< ; day : : : ; I V.-
/- Xit\ .I lived 1 ]Ilat| ,, fin Mi. I Iwo.. iv. !>- t if I nomtlf8ted"and -""
' main and J unless yimr name! : lcmollid l- am cTecled.'Iv
4'tf.> un ediU i'iM), "The 1 I.u"wl l Con. UJM-II 1i I'liillnirprll -1! H'Viiifilit. i
- that date shall strive to serve the people look-
on or licfore you
clusian.1hiii he Kaid, .he i.sidrred II
l n.. .- I will lufl.. !I... pel, mil, till! to vote in the I i .Icjhn T I'U-lilii" Mm, A lie.K ing always to the interest of the county -
compleli'K') ('vcril l thea I a Ht I n.! .." Miss' KMIII M Anndenter We have secured the exclusive sale to good roads and '
}. raAll.P.After. June/ pi miary SECONDHANDFURNITURE L. aIN I'lfitcoll, , Mrs. Liz. of the famousVELOX ) as our public
,he 111..1 l iiincliidfd his temaiksne Hut their I ino' iinltip., I' .' xl" schools I yiel to no one in love for I
Wt should off reifisleiing until the; last put
V war, replimj. to byV I K: Knys, dIvision <]i.Mm S \ Itlrhuldvan. !I' II
Take advaiitJtgi' all I could for the upbuilding of them
1..1l'l'k.
counsel foi I the A ( J I. Ry 'day ("i' I'M-n th- i llrxti'lKV; M :-1"; Hin, Mix VI..lacUooii i
who to the uition. of ;. ; of the first opportunity youhuv !I'7d! ti>ih.< in our county.: :
allernpled justify < "and ,call oy.) :ILl'. tlrilfin; It willcost .,luvl,l.r I K: Iln x. I'liniluni, GB. WOODALL.FOR .
the railway in uskinp: for I the discriminating l.uln. i; I. :siH-.piii.l; | .1 i:
Roma Jardmiers the "Elite" of
nothing, lat. s that are lieine; used. along I )ou aij l.n\c. Ui'S' M I Sli-wm-t." 1 111 1'11" I
of the .. the Potter's art. COUNTY TREASURER.
not wish to Ix- deprived Bright Iund.a I "' Sntit h. tleora.hrrrlsu
the main line of the A. C. (I. and S A.
I. 4 i railroads in Florida. to.ay who will t fill your, public offices ;\ M, "l II ')"'m"h.! M i K: Deeply grateful for the honor which

1 J. Chairman Burr stated I that after all Hy law the books throughout ,, I hove purchased the Stock and i's."I'Hlnii-i.., II Anni.I. V. TlinlniiNnii.Wattux." 1 Moth R, .I I We are selling them al the democrats of Osceola county con-

the facts are heard at these meetings the county were<< closed on March 'i, I'j Stand 1 ,ut !I.:> Broadway and am now 11 K SIMPSONl' : :' fererd on me by electing me to the
the books were'opened I nvtrimstrtI'h:1'I'i'Ia office of county treasurer two
and by the same law years
which have been held and will lie held either, sell
to buy or
this month a I p."ttl.1 I 39c and assuring then that I greatly
. 1 that the Ixiard of commissioners will on the 15th of in ago )
then sit in Tallahassee to h"lrIn)' ,I the office of the nVistrar only and111'' e'UII "'IN'I. 111"( II '11.1 appreciate it, I hereby;! anpounee my- T! -

briefs that he submitted close on April llith New and Come '1JIC1(. They arc going fast. rclf as a candidate reelection and
or !
V argument may ]
r i: :K o.ld..1 f nurt. KnnUit'in DlHtrlrt
this subject before making | If you fail to register. you will have can only promise if nominated aa<1
upon I j f "n..1fh.
tlicir final ruhfl -in the matter. j only yourself! to blame. In the MiittcT of JnHf ph K Stratton. I Nine-Piece Bean Sets, elected that I will\ continue! to performthe
SecondHandFurniture Bankrupt only Twelve of duties devolving upon me to the
j On (thin 24th la\ of Mnrrli. A P 50 best of
$1
ability. :.
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Till: CITY KLKCTIO.V( : 1314.J on rj (llnK" the .r..olnl: ""IIU"n. them in Florida- h _ . my S. L. LUPFER.
It IM, orrtpffd. by the court th \t a hearIn -
JOHN HENRY HARRIS
Tomorrow the voters of Klssimmec .w br had upon the same on the 27th You are you get one.
day of April. A. I> 1914. before natriourt. lucY-If FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER,
will' be called upon to ratify the nom <* at Jacksonville, IM said district. DISTRICT NO. 2.
I the whit \ 1 at 10 n'rlook' in thn forenoon and that -
inations made at recent primary 1
1853-1914. These high | hereby announce myself candi-
a
7 are very grade goods
[ notice thereof be publlahed in the Valley '-
and while there is no opposition If you have furniture to sell- Uaxette, H newspaper 'printedacid 4T- find you will be proud of them. date for the office of county commissioner -
) Monday March 2.'l: John Henry to the regular ticket it is the dutyof If want.to buy furniture districtnntf, rflaf"iiiri Harris departed this life at the family all those who voted in the primaryto you ttnrB a't't other: persons In lntere may Groceries atJAYLOR'S the vote of al' democrats; at the primary
t residence on Acferhold street and go to the polls and cast their ballots I If any said they time have and, place why the and' prayer showcause. to be held June 2, 1914. \
Come and See Me !
1; his remains Were laid to rest in Kose- 'for the nominees. of Half) petitioner Hhould not he E. L. D. OVERSTREET. (
.: hill cemetery the following: day at 10 The election will be held at the city granted ,

,, o'clock. Rev. A. M. Chisholm, pastor. hall and the ballots will contain the We are sure to treat you right', : court And 1 that It 1 I.the further clerk shall ordered send by by mall the FOR 'COUNTY COMMISSIONER; '
r of the Christian .church preaching the following names: I to> all known creditor. notice of said DISTRICT NO. 3.
t funeral service and the local lodge of I For Mayor-II. R. May. petition and this order addressed to I hereby announce myself as a candidate ti
,; :Masons performing the last sad rites. ( For Marshal-C. F. Tison. I them stated.at their place. of residence RH for reflection on the boardy>f ..
John Henry Harris was born April I IC For Clerk--J. R. Gilbert. Witness: The Honorable Rhydon M. Bounty commissioners from DistrictNo.
2 1853 in Boyd county Kentucky. Attn For Treasurer--J. Z. Roberson. E. D. MILLER Call. judge of said court, and the seal 424 4Broadway. 3, and solicit the votes of all democrats -

' age of ten years he moved to Ohio I For Members of Council-G. F. I on thereof the 24th al Jacksonville day of. March.in A.said T>.district 1914. at the primary to be held June r,. ''j
with his parents He has lived since Kribbs and Roma Thomas. 14-lt liUGRNK D. DODGE. Clerk. 'Phone 25*. Quick Delivery.! 2. !U4. A. F. BASd. :
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