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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: April 3, 1914
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00640
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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,: The cases have been rare when our

people have had the pleasure of hear
ing men of nation-wide fame discuss first field day in the, history q(

__ ..questions of vital moment, and they) T7sceoTa high school rIs in progress this 'r 6
afternoon the grounds the
never let the opportunities pass when on opposite
: such pleasure is offered and the cane school building and the contestant

Tuesday night was no exception to V are proving that they- have been well ,
the rule when Dr. C. E. Swope nation 1 trained under the able direction of '.'
I al lecturer for the Audubon society Prof. R M Evans. An immense

spoke at the auditorium, using stere- 1 crowd l Is watching the sports and the

opticon views to Illustrate his lec : t greatest enthusiasm prevail. as the a1;
different events are pulled off. r,

ture.That Kissimmee is alive to the necessity j A large number,of prices have been
of protecting the birds from 1 i I I I T I offered by our citizens, and the boys;
ruthless slaughter wag evidenced by and girls are working hard to carry
the immense audience that greeted the I off the flag but the bronze medal for t'
distinguished gentleman, and throughout RESIDENCE OF LEWIS O'BRYAN, CLYDE AVENUE, the best all-'round boy athlete.which I

the entire lecture he was given ; -- - is given by Professor Evans, andthe
the closest attention. I prize to the best girl athlete by J. L.

Prof. R. M. Evans acted in the capacity | Overnirest, are the-goals-sought after'; "i.'
of master of ceremonies, and MAY NOWMAYOR All Kissimmeee Will j ELECTION It is the intention to in- future--haver -

after attracting the attention of the an annual field day of the school and ;
audience many of whom were students it will not be many years before Os
in Osceola high school, he introduced I ceola high school will head the list in

S. J. Triplett of the Valley Welcome The Editors I athletic as it does now in the studies ,
Gazette who is a few timely words OFKISSIMMEE i PASSEDJUIETLY of.all Florida schools

Introduced Dr. Swope. The field boys who excel) in the several -

The doctor began his lecture by t contests this afternoon will com ,
giving a brief history of the work the prise .the team that Professor Evans twill
Audubon society had done and was BOARD OF TRADE PROVIDES ELABORATE ENTERTAINMENT FOR carry to Tampa on Saturday the j

.'. doing to protect the birds from slaughter ,, THE SCRIBES-HOLLY WILL TELL HOW HE BECAME A ROCKEFELLER llth, to contest in the general ath-

by man, saying that millions\ of i RUNNING; A NEWSPAPER AND SEARS HOW HE LOST letic meet under the auspices of the

dollars were lost annually to the far- 1 - - | HIS THIRTY CENTS AT THE SAME JOB. Y. M. C. A. of that city, and in which
\0 mers of the country by the death of I ten school. hare entered.
\ birds whose consumption of insects I -- The following i* the .list of sport
( prevented the total destruction of Takes The Oath of Office I Hard Work Done at The and the name of contestant t.
That will
; crops. H4 made the remarkable statement I I Kissimmee be honored on riuests will be escorted to Graystone GIRLS.!) I'll
Wednesday next as it has never been hotel.I .
that already nine specie of bird Relay Race-Celeste Moselay, Amy'Makinwn
honored before is the feeling with Craystone hotel at 945: for
had become totally extinct in America Monday 1 rave Alford and LoreneDonegan. ; e
Primary Dolly
which will receive and Osceola school t
\. our people entertain high building. -
owing to the oCxoan, and .
ravages the editors of Volusia Seminole 10 A. W. 0-) x
.<:'J'o.4 i -Opening overture (
twenty-three varieties would soon be Makinson Boee "
Shot-put-Amy ,
Lake Orange and Osceola coun- ceola high school orchestra.
oily a from the same cause, Nina Bratton Violet
_, among which memory was the wild pigeon only HOLDS FIRST COURT WEDNES- ties who will gather here on that day Address of welcome to Kissintmee MAY LEADS THE TICKET BY TWO O'Berryl ., Lillian i'tentUl Bullock. +
.for the the Lake Mayor If/, K.
of f
'; known to exist at the I DAY AND SEPARATES TWO purpose organizing May
one being present j VOTES-ONLY ONE-FOURTH Hobble Race-Marie Witherspoon..
Region Press association Fel'pone R. J. Holly Sanford '
time and that one was twenty- NEGRO WOMEN PROM $27.50 The entertainment committee of the Music-Selection by orchestra. OF REGISTERED VOTE Amy Maklnson. Dot Thomas, Mattie' a
:' eight years old and was in' the zoological I Belle Harris Lois; Johnson CelesteMoseUy. .
'. at Cincinnati. FOR.FIGHTING ANDDISTURBING board of trade consisting of H. E. Address of welcome on behalf pf POLLED.. ".,
gardens Dolly Alford Ethel Lee and
I Swabey. J. D. Woodbeck and C, F. Kissimmee Board df Trade-S. J. .. *
The lecture was illustrated with Lorene
j Johnson have their part of the play Triplett, presidentReepofaeChrle jl I 1 1 VThrroow.Violet ;
PEACE.f' .
scenes in different parts of the United Bullock'Dol
well in and for De- .A. stranger in.the city on Saturday Target
hand provision Codrington
every ,
.1 States, showing the birds in their natural
Ethel Lee
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I the comfort of our guests has been Land. : : last would never for a moment Imag- ly ; Lillian Prenti

:s { state. The first scene was abird' I and Matte Bell Harris.Traveler ., -
lne that election in !
.t." R May Klesjmmee's newly. provided. except procuring a porcelain Music -Selection by orchestra. a city was progress '
nest with four then our l
. eggs elected chief magistrate took the bath tub for Hon. R, J. Holly boss of Address of welcome on behalf of ,'-so quietly was conducted.. RaAnJ' whowishe -
meadow the
own lark mockingbird . _
to .
Monday Sanford and editor of the- but There was not 'ripple on the waterto try
;.'1. the robin, the dove, the quail, the wood- oath f-office on and on Herald county schools-Supt. W. J. Sears. Tug o'WarEv.rybody.BOYS. .
his first orders have been local deal- :iC. E. Woods Eustis. disturb business. Many men did
' duck and dozens of other varieties, but Wednesday held court before given our Response- ,
\-' the scene of most interest was the i i which two negro women were tried era to see that one befitting the'' station Music-Selection by orchestra. not avail themselves. of the opportunity -.I

__ . bird, that for the craze of fashion one for fighting and the, other for disturbing of the distinguished guest is on hand Address on behalf of --to-east their--vote, the questionasto Fift.Vanr-OUh.BobaJiilJ k. Roy
: -, would have become extinct the peace. Both were found and installed in the nine-room suite ; press of Osceola county--C. F John- who wquld fill the offices having Prentis. Ernest Oliver Edward'Je'w.ton -' ,

but for the work soon of the Audubon guilty and were separated from $27.50, that; has been provide for his illus- I son, the Journal.ResponseC. been derided at the primary held on- Clyde Butza. t* t
so- .
-. ciety in to its rescue by hav- That first official act of Mayor May II trious person. E. Howard Orlando. the 7th of March 220-vard Dash-Nathan Bryan, l

stringent coming laws passed to protect demonstrates that he intends to sup* The stunt that will be pulled off at Music-Selection by orchestra, There ware only 118 votes cast, and Ernest Oliver Edward Newton George ,91
them. presu all lawlessness of whatever the high school auditorium at 10 I 11 A. M.-Adjourn to Fraternity Mayor May received the entire num- Cooper, Earl Morrow. .

The doctor's plea to the women to character or make the offenders so o'clock in-the ,,"morning will be most hall.Prof. ber; while. R. Gilbert for clerk:, C. F. 100-rard Daah-W. M. Tiller. Bob ' )r
.let their finer instincts prevail against"eooratin enrich the city treasury that it will imposing, and inspiring to say nothing R M. Evans will preside at Tison for marshal and Collector: and Bullock Roy Prentis Earle Morrow.. ; :
their headgear with the be unnecessary to increase the rate of of the intellectual feast, in fact it reception in high school. Roma Thomas for councilman received Ernest Oliver Edward Newton]
plumes of those beautiful birds was millage to install new machinery at is thought the feast will be so bounte- Business Session. 116 votes each and J. Z. Roberson 410-ysrd Da..h--James Oliver

t most pathetic, and we must believe the electric light plant ously intellectual that n6 one who attends Call to order by R. J. Holly. I for treasurer and G. F. Kribbs for Nathan Bryan, Ernest Oliver.. Edward

that it will have its weight and that But 'there is another and much more will desire dinner, thereby saving Appointment of committees. .. councilman had to be content with two Newton, George Cooper Clyde Bucza..'
much\ real human money to our Report of committees. j less than that number. Half-mile Run James Oliver ?
our wives and daughters will pause pleasant side to the mayor's job, and Nathan
Ernest Oliver
dear Bryan, Geore-
in their effort to outshine their neighbor during the next few weeks Mayor, peepul Election of officers. 1, C. F. Tison, J. R. Gilbert and J. Z. I Buzza. r
Cooper, Clyde
The Chris
with'a profusion of plumes on their May will be much ithe limelig. speech of Codrington in New business Roberson succeed themselves, while
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Broad -W.
answer to the words of welcome by the Next place of meeting I tinning Jump- M. Tiller.
On the Will Roma Thomas and G. F. Kribbs take
hats and remember that for every Wednesday eighth, he '
I Roy Prentil Edward Newton Ernest
j i- plume they wear a mother bird has welcome the editors of Volusia,. SAn- president the board of trade will Adjournment. the places of J. Emory Rush and C. E.
died and left helpless offsprings "to inole. Lake, Orange and Osceola counties be so replete with oratory, wit and 8.20: P. M.-Auto ride, visiting | Yowell, and these'officers will take Oliver. Clyde Burfza Nathan WlMuJUleE 1\
that alone will be simmee I Running High Jump .. ,
into bird heaven I at the school dazzling splendor it club KiS'1 the oathon -night and enteron =
through hunger. high auditorium, -Tuesday
pass '
worth the price ofa ticket -- -8 :<<) P:: tf: Smoker at Rob Bullock, Clyde Buiza---nG1' Pren >
I - toany : i
;.- Dr. Swope made: a strong plea for j where he will uu. the pencil pushers the discharge of their duties at tis, Earl Morrow.
..:- --?!'k .theorganization ut-1Io'A1 Audubon they are-entitled tffS"aarnour_ _-' society in it is more at will without fea, 6f molestation sing responseto Toasts 'for Smoker duty on Monday as it is stated in Prentis Bob Nathan
Hon. W. J. Sears' address will sur- er, Roy Bullock
than probable a meeting for that from Marshal Tison. another column of this
purpose pass any warble that ever parted the (J. M. Willson Jr., Toastmaster.) paper. Bryan. )
.. .4. will be called at an early date. And< as the council will be requestedto lips of Patti. That act alone is worth You are welcome here to Kiss-im- Considerable speculation has been Shot.put-W. M, Tiller Bob Bullock V
There was a time when every section send a representative to Fort My the price of the whole'show. mee--Lewis O'Bryan "I indulged in as to make-up of the committees Edward Newton.ThreeLegged .

of America was well stocked with ers on the 20th to leg for Kissimmeefor Then there is ('. E. Uojyard, whois Thp._ __ _difference--- -- ----- between a_ suffragette I and who the man will be thatis Raev--Jame Oliver
birds but today there are many states the 1916- meeting<< of the State booked for the performance of answering How I made a fortune running a : made president of the council but I and Prator Gilbert Sheldon Johnson
mostly in the north where it is almost Press association, it is more than C. F: Johnson's welcome on and a suffering man-C'. E. Woods'. i it ill generally conceded that J. W I .nd Charlie Rogers, Will Ashton and

impossible, to find one except in probable the job will fall to his lot; the part of the newspapers of Kissim- newrpaper-R. J. Holly. a Thompson will remain at the head, Gaylord Johnston. Dick Bullock and ,

the remotest and thlnkly settled parts. as the fact of our mayor being therein mee. So long has he followed the job How I lost my thirty cents runninga while Roma Thomas will direct the I Ted Estey. t I
Florida by virtue of its geographical person to deliver the invitation will of "posing" other people that he can newspaper-W. J. Sears financial end and G. F: Kribbs pass on LIST OF PRIZES TO WINNERS.. (
situation is the natural home of almost go a great way in convincing the edit- strike the attitude of a Virginias I Orlando the city of nix thousand I the validity of ordinances introduced.The I Bronze medal for best all-'round

":: every specie known but unless ors Kissimmee wants them. the pose of a modest maid with as lit- fouls and Reese-C. E. Howard. two important committees-electric athlete (boys-).-R. M. Evans.
something is done and that too, at no Mayor Malls a man of tle trouble, and in as short time How me and Stetson made DeLand light and streets-have been ably Prize for best all-'round athlete
many/.leas- a as
distant,day, this Btate-will find itself being I handled the T. M. Rivera
L.- ing parts any sketch artist that ever faced an -Chris Codrington. i past year by (inrl).-J. I.'Oventreet ,
in the same condition Rhode' Island conservative, liberal, yet cautious; audience. ]]I How I keep my youth--J. C ,: and Holmes Prather, and it is possible Two dollar in trade.*.;..M. Kate:
where a free bird ha8 not been when his mind is satisfied that a thing But the real thing will be pulled off A committee of five will .veatch.j, they will be retained in -thoe-polIl- I Two dollars in cash.Hr"B"l;; -
'c', known to sing a note for twenty years. is right, he is as firm as a rock and at night when man in Kfosfm-- visitors other than those who are pres- tions j I| lock. .
K Dr. Swope has spent the last four his friendship is unquestionedalltraits mee will be present every to greet the visitors ent to participate in the formation of'' The fqlolwing is a result of thevote Two dollars in cash.-Frank Van

. months in Florida, and has visitedpractically that eminently fit him for chief and give them the glad hand of the press association. : ,: Agnew. tOne
'1 every section, therefore executive of our progressive city.told welcome. And right here let it be - '---- -- I For Mayor I dollar In cash.-Mr Teller. E' '1

;: when he stated that of all the places _m __ known that everv able-bodied man in THREE: MEN HAVENARROW I H. R. May ...u.uun 118 One dollar in cash.-W. B. Harris.
had visited Kiasimmee the
, -i; he was beon For Marshal and Tax Collector-
Kisaimmee is invited to hand at Baseball bat-Osceola Journal. 1
in which he would make his home a Valley Gazette reporter that he
". city I Steen's hall promptly at 6 o'clock, C F. Tison _hUU_ __ 1161 Two-dollar mitt.-o.ceoda Hardware -
if coming here to live,,it convinces\ us i has now two miles of road cut out for- ESCAPEAUTO For Clerk-
t.. he member of the board trade ,
of ,
er.t: : that our contention was'true that we ty fee. wide between Ashton and 'the J. R. Gilbert _. _ ._ . . company.
n'. is or just a plain c citizen for it may bea .118 Baaebal .-I..wrence Tree .
had the most beautiful city, the clean- east coast. This a new road thatis I

- "- .", -. e t oityr _the most rrroffrc'lslve! .ei Vy in I being opened up and will be'a great have long the time opportunity before they of will again'and RUNS INTO DITCH AND For J.Treasurer-Z Roberson .. . . 114 Baseball-State: bank, by C. A. Carson g
seeing u. u
.:. : the state and that it was peopled with ,1 1I benefit to the section of countrythrough hearing such intellectual giants as will TURNS OVER, IMPRISONINGTWQ For Member City Council V 1
as fine meal and women as were ever which: it passes.
I answer the toasts. Only orators of OF THE THREE Roma Thomas uu._. 116
. created. is Captain in good shape Britt ,stated and the that laborers the camp are national renown have been slated foraddresses UNDER IT. G F. Kribbs -.. _..- _._- 114 REVIVAL SERVICES AfT

: : all hearty and healthy and doing and it would be s. weeping -

THE: BIJILDINGr. *j''splendid work. few nity draughts to not be of the present sweet and incense inhale that a What was akin to a miracle: oc- hurled some distance and escaped with METHODIST CHURCH

All the convicts are colored with curred early Sunday morning on the I merely a shake-up .
will be thick r
in the circumambientair _
one excepti n, that being a as road between the residence of T. N. .
i\ OF COUNTY ROADS young the that j men lay under the car for fifteen -
as fog hangs over Tampa
white man v( ho is serving a sentencefor bay. ,:, Parr:: and St. Cloud, when a Ford car I minutes before help could be Rev. S. W. Lawlor, pastor of the ,

;. stealing* fishing boat n.-Lake Therefore-the board of trade commands in which were Vernon Partin, Elmer ) found to lift the ear, and during; that Methodist church. announced. at prayer '
r S Tohopekalig. I all and faithful editors Tison and a young man named Barber time suffered, more from anxiety of meeting l last .night that revival. i
This is the best plan that has ever ,, in the counties ye aforesaid to be here ; turned turtle imprisoning Porter t t mind for'fear the car would catch fire service would be held in that church. .,;
on .
It;. SUCCESSFUL AND SYSTEM yet been adapted for state and county I, April 8th and take part in Hilling off and Then underneath and throwing and burn them alive than they; did fdr beginning on Easter Sunday. -
. SHOULD BE CON. road-bvildihfr and gives every county j I the following f Barber some twenty feet away. their hurt, which were but alight, The a.tor.-ill be assisted in these
J jiI TINUED. an opportunity to secure good pads program- : t It appear* that'the ear, which was considering the weight of the ear andthe service by:Rev.'W."A..Myer*. one oC' ."

by the-eonipt labor rather thai by MEETING TO' ORGANIZE LAKE driven by Partin., was going at a terrific fact, of the sudden jolt they received ,, the strongest evangelistic worker in .

J; : heavy taxation and at the same time > REGION ASSOCIA- speed and in some manner the from a quick stop of a thirty- the Florida conference.' ?? Iv
e" .. "Capt K. L Britt;whd ha* for sometime give employment the convict of TION. KISSIMMEE. I drlvrlo.tleontrol' of the steering mile speed.Physician In preparation_ these :"",oN' e

r. past been In chars of the county oursttrwithout employing them to APRIL B, $914.Program. gear and when it left the road;was ; were at onee'summoned,. cottage prayer..meeting*,. will be heldby '' ,.- ,
:. '.' ". -convict.' I* doing very valuable aerv4ice work for corporation in the manufac ., unable tot bring it ,around. The car who dressed the wounds* and l made a the ladies every- afternoon .J t:< ",' ,

.for out:; countyin: .,the form" of 70&4. thegoodamanufacturedby ;; went head-on into a ditch about three thorough' examination: but found;the week, ned prayer service for the men t

,p/i/:I'w'#' .} :.1- yc'. "'...... ; J.. skilled labor. Reception \, committee .will meet, feet deep and. tuitoed .orer/catching jnen-to be whole In bone and body.' It1 will be held," eacb enhtc. at hthat "
,;fir ,Wh11RinSewnthls'w..1c. . ( Mr...Britt orsr southbound A.e.C:- ,lftratnaat'9:!5. 'P sirttn' and Tison/bat'Barber--wre. ,will cost about fits,to repair.the care church V rr .' .
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_ . "AGE 2. '. '*. THE K1SSIMMEE VAIEYGAZETTZ .. .. FJUDAr: APRIL 3, 1 14;

1 Ida. In ,iiiiirst place. they are ) servation has been and'the cold logic

FLORIDA selves interesting. for.they are t.bem'l]THE: IMPORT I of passing events has proven that .. .' ., ... .,
pricing and progressive and Great Britain is not the friend of this ." "" ....

their public duty'in a moat creditable I Country except: ,when the advantage of. .
manner. The spirit that animates the that friendship? lays with Great Brit- L The

Florida press, from the editors of the. ainv The British have never gone intoa : ; Best

IS FULL OF. I largest city dailies 'down to the correspondents TRADE OF THEUNITEDJT'TES country that they have not benefited .. ..
c of the weeklies in obscure but in spite of'this benevolent assimilation .

J hamlets, is as Interesting as it is sigi 1 .people who l-not'WaDt to '.
i nificant. Florida. is a great state that be assimilated 'Great Britain .U the

: OPPORTUNITES Is just coming' into its own. Its --peo- greatest bulldozer in the world.. John Dressers in the World

c t pue realize now* for the first time, Bull has been rampaging'around the ,
: what they have knd how.much. : the future world. seeking whom .he could scare

has in store for them. They have and forcing himself into, every place _.._ _ :..
---- j; found their stride and are repoicing in of advantage by bluff bluster or blood. -
; It. Florida Just now is in a state. of England was the bully of the world f are wearing'our clothes

> Every Section 'Subject For,1 filled marked with development.enterprise.. The The very average air I. Show Some Very PeculiarCharacteristics I'1 down and made in 1776.good" at it until we cut. her ., - .

newspaper worker I. saturated with Applause greeted Mr. L'Engle's '
i this spirit It has spread to every ;conclusion a* nfMrheel chair Was trun- .
., Development section of the state Practically everylocal' 'I dled from the chamber.. ARE YOU ?- '

._ I newspaper correspondent: in the ---- i

.--- ---- state ha. the virus in bia "Yltem. The WHEN: THE YEAR 1913 IS COM ,
result is that building news; improvement ;c YEARS .1''
r CALADIUM( GARDENS AT (;OTIA news, good tidings '6f business I I"j'" ,
CONTAIN TWO' TIIOl'SANDVARIETIES J and injjuotnal movement feature the I, 1 t."
Florida new a. the case may,be. He > ADMITTED FREE (It

'. :AND: TWO, wants, the world to know all about OF DUTY. Our'clothes possess an 'indescribable . _;
N1ini: what, is going on there and in hiKihappy I '
eagernei's is ajjt to tell the story Washington, I D.:, r., March 27..-In its Something which stamps 'em ,
: l'I.A'ooT: the
several times couri.eof
I over again in "Annual Review of the
the month; but the state news editors -I| monograph .
-- i'
of the United 'HIGH CLASS. !
be imbued with the same [ ForeignCommerce: as '
ejn to j jspiiH .
.j of I Honda that States, just issued the bureau of foreign -
There l is no section \ ..111 l pah the 'copy' along to. the TO FRONT 'I."
and domeKtic commerce, department -
doel not hold! wonderful opportunities for the good of the cause. Oth-
subject for development. In the diversity printer I of commerce, states that thef
4 ,'r states could well afford to become WHEN YOU BUY a garment of l
of the
characteristics import
\ of opportunity it in the most inoculated with this Fame riding: ;
thoroughly -----
) all The who trade of-the United! States in the fiscal
proiftm tatex. man Truth. {
lives tin one purtlon'o( the state I lorida pint -Zplfo year 1913: when. compared with the us, you make an investment: that :JiI

p doenrr't know what in goyig on in import trade of: earner years, are: Kenansville and Bassenger
I other sections It he doeon't get up and I I ) An increased percentage enteringfree : i will yield you a daily dividend of '4t. t tsatisf

i travel and se! for himself. The half CITRUS of duty; and ((2) an increased .

has never been told. The newspapers percentage imported for use in manu- Linked By Rail' cbon. 'f

: .-, i arc too busy with the chronicle of c-ffr- 1'fa ,I ""
rent happening; to .I1"EmUt'h 'pacel which entered free of duty in .
to agricultural. and indui-lnal nru ,* \UH:1.s\: \\ 54.47, being: larger than in <
The kind. of new'H that thouMamK MARKET any earlier year except 1892 ((55.35 per- STRONG COMPANY FORMED TOBUlL First impressions are the best,1[,1

V people interested in Florida would rent I. and 189J ((57.98 per ('ent.J.) the !) ARAILROAD, BETWEEN .

like to'read i in overlooked! or idet rack- opening and closing years of the brief I THOSE TOW ARTICLES our clothes help you to make a !
rd for supposedly, fmrr* mlrt>URff Jrjfr4in! which sugar was admitted I
.. of ADVANCINGMuch free of duty under the 'act of 1H90. OF INCORPORATION-
new some society "gathering or political good !impression. !
; :I t i pow-wow. The total value of merchandise imported FILED. i
free of duty in the fiscal year
I There are thing going" on in Florida ':1
1911 wax" 987.5; million dollars, against I -
that Letters the
people even the of patent incorporating
in community
I i\7; i million in 1900; and of dutiable, South Florida and Gulf Railroad

their For happening example, there know lives nothing at iotha al.>Out, Fruit Moved Last fc2> ;> million dollars merchandise, against: 482.7 pang, with a capital of $50OOO com-was $10, $15, $17, $20, $25Suif'Yo'Sef" 'j
million 1900, entering
in filed. the circuit for
miles in. court
J' eight from Orlando, in Orange Monday : {
t. county, a man who i I. the recognized free of duty in 1913 having formed record. The object of the company is

''I authority on the raladium plant. Jim WeekMAN :VI.47; per cent. of the total imparts to construct, manage and equip \"with' ,?
against 43.21 per cent in 1 100. electric other motive
i. caladium gardens are the mont wonderful steam or any
':; in the w6 rhd. Me has two, thou Manufacturers' raw material forma 1 power a railroad of .standard gauge,
sand varieties and two hundred thousand steadily increasing: share of the imports from the town of Kenansville in a 'I i
: sIIJI'pF.nslUr TURNINGTil : :; having l/etn, in 1870 but 12.76
k direction to the
"V I'! of this decor alive plant. He supplies southerly a point on
) the public garl -nof <.f KIR ATTENTION TO OTHER [>cr rent.; in 1SHO. 19.74 per cent.; Kissimmee river at or near BaMeng'er,

-, the northern-.., azui -U* many balLs to COMMODITIES; ( -PRICES in I 1H90.' 21 .42; per cent. in 1900( 32.r a distance of thirty-six miles for thetraflitpOitatlOn H. C. STANFORD CO.
and 1913, eent. ;
rent. 3per
f-r ; in of' and
the big seed houHen, "M> the likelihood PKOHABLY WILL KK- passengers
The growth in importations of manu- .
,1. : is that the prod"uct of hi* Orange county freight and to have telegraph and telephone -
MAIN FIRM FOR farturf_ for further use in manufacturing lines along said railroad, to <
;. well thea
nursery goes pretty over
country and even to the lands acronn THE SEASON waR relatively less than that of construct warehouses. etc. J
raw materials since that group formed The stock i to be divided '.
A : the seas. Thin gentleman is a l learned capital '
1 botanist Dr. Henry Nehrling by name, Florida Citrus Shipments.tars 1275; per cent. of the imports in into 500 shares of the par value of J

VrHfi_n_ s._........_* frftwn'... .VI ll.tsva_ll_If_"A A -unrn'-"",A; &i'..K..t. . 1X70 and 19.27 per cent. in 1918. :\lan.ufac'lurers' $IDO each. The term of the corporation .. :;!,
t years ago ;; start: : ; new industry for moved last week raw materials imported !I shall be perpetual and extent of ,
I Cars moved week before l Iat :272 in 1913:\ aggregated 635.2 million dollars -1 indebtedness
which he has found Florida most ad- 2000000.
'Total earn moved to last Sat 17,744 ;I Ii against 27*>.2 million in 1900, andmanufactures
Tnirmbly adapted. His The officers C. R. of '
plant. are wonderful . i i are Armstrong
for further in 1
to see and impossible to describe I use manufacturing Rochester, Minn., president Walter F. I I
Jacksonville, Fla., March 27 -The showed I. in 1913 a total importation Florida Attracts Northi
[ in their delicacy of tissue, coloring market on citrus fruits, IH again l looking of 349.4 million dollars I Schoch, Shakopee, Minn., vicepresident -
and tracery. I do not know what : Henry F. Beuter. Kissimmee.Fla. .
hs( sales amount to during the year, up. The movement la.t week was against 134.2 millions in 1900. .: secretary and treasurer. Thes I I I/ -\
the week
over twice as heavy as previous Foodstuffs in crude condition I'
but his income is not less than a con- a officers are also directors. i ;
a toial of 5B7 cars moving: for formed 11.7 cent. of the imports I have been all the state who Florida
over great filling
gressman's salary and he is far hap- Severalpar's per I I Mr. Armstrong subscribes for 186'i women are up are
pier and I. doing more good in the the week, says the Packer. In 19l3! and 11.5 per centin 1900; shares of stock, valued at $18,600 Mr. of Florida. I have beenup one coast I rot a few hundred in numbers but '
of late Valenci went to northern I I ; I
world than any"congressman. foodstuffs partly or wholly manufactured and down! the other. I have seen all they can be seen by the thousands and
I I Schoch, 166 shares, $16,000 Mr. Beutar -
markets and the demand for this 10.7 per cent. in 1913 and 15.7 ; the famous show places of the state. scores of thousands. You may talk
But I of
spoke that being I
things were 166 shares $J6,600. ,
i i done in Florida under variety as well as other varieties of per cent in 1900; and manufactures I I I have seen mighty results of Flor- I with them from the windows of your ")
of wh'o right know the i i cranges and grapefruit i II fair. Most ready for consumption 22.5 per cent. i I This road has been projected for'! ida's wonderful and incomparable> soil. I Pullman as you travel along, and thw Ti .
no. people '
? -G about them. This is one of the nothing hid everey "car of fruit was sold while' of the total in 1913, against 23.9 per I I more than two years, but from one I Last year I saw the trend of human :i universal answer to your question is: -'
den that I rolling, leaving very few cars at diverting cent in 1900. The principal increasein cause and another, has never been >travel that was pouring over the borders ''1 would not go back home for any'N
enterprises people generallyare points. The demand for OtI' built. Now all stumbling: blocks have ..'
informed I importations of manufacturers' materials I I of Florida like a great army of thing in the--world )
_t ,- that not half the I dare say anges exceeds the demand for grapefruit : -, occurred in non-dutiable articles been removed and the work will be I invasion. I have seen land values rise Now'when the whole north is settling l

never visited his people Orlando have I despite the fact that there is only'| of which the imports in 1913 were carried through with as little delay as several hundred per cent. in only a few I down to six months of ice,, idleness -
place. i
f 10 or 15 per cent. of the grapefruit i 509.7 million dollars, against 210.4 possible. months because of this tremendous large coal and plumber bills, and ::
_, Not long ago I met a_farmer who ,crop left in the state. | million in 1900 while dutiable crude The completion of this road will.goa demand for Florida land. .1 know the the northern farmers are doing noth.

4. came from Georgia and i. devoting a 'The large distributing firms o* the 'material* imported for use in' manu- great ways in building up the lower beauty of her exquisite climate her ing but chop wood and mend the

goodly part of his time to growing potato state are not'giving their attention; to facturing in 1913 aggregated 125.5 portion of this county, and Bassenger. growing verdure, her draped trees fences, the Florida farmer is tiling his ;. -

slips for shipment back to his native the citrus fruit deal, as they are deep million dollars against 65.8 million which for many years has bee, a small festooned with the dreamy-moss,' her fields, planting his third crops, which I

state. He sells two thousand dol in the tomato, celery and cabbage deal in 1900. The above figures relate to hamlet will now become one of the pines, the palms, palmettoes, her wonderful he will send to market in mid-winter I

6, lars' worth of potato slips every year I and these crop. also are moving free- general imports, those of import for principal places at the head of Lake streams, unlike! ,, those of any and sell for prices tiat) would set a I
and has time to make a good living. ly. Tomatoes and celery are commanding .consumption differing' but lightly Okeechobee, but more than all else,. other the world and I have northern farmer's ears with envy. This '

;; ,.' otherwise. Who would have thought i very good prices on almost 'from general import figure's In totals this road will be the means of developing left the gripping charm of her "out is thc beauty of Florida. You buy the :.
any such opportunity existed TBut I. every market. It is believed that with and percentage the lower Kissimmee prairie of doors that seem to hold one entranced land and pay your money for it according

i -that Jte stumbled upon it and is- glad,I[ farm weather in the north that citrus-' Other notable features or t&: Im- whieh-will make Osceola/ foremost .I as though in a spell. to the number of .acres you .\' ..

_ .- .. he came to FlorId I Ii fruit will take on 4' new lease of. life port trade as well as many interesting county in tho..sja.te in.-the_production II All the wonders of Florida it has contract for, the climate and the sunshine .

--I, i It beats growing''cotton in Georgia and prices: will be considerably better'' facts relative to the export trade of of fruits, vegetables and 1arm pro- been my peculiar pleasure to have visited I the ability to walk around ev- ,
'' .. I 'so far that this farmer is sorry that :'and good demand in all large the. United States in the seal year ducts. .' and viewed during the past two cray day in your shirtsleeves-these ,, '

he ever wasted any time at such hard I markets. j 1913 are discussed in the monograph I I years. I am wholly and completely II things belong to the land and come to

4 and uncertain labor. I There is no doubt, it is thought by copies of which may be procured upon subdued and infected with the index you free from nature.-E. Roy Mel-
; ,, A few days ago a well-informed I many shippers, that oranges will remain -i i application to the department of com finger-dn the right hand of the world. I cent in Cosmopolitan. .
man remarked in my hearing that it reasonably firm for the! balance merce. Here are soon to come the tireless :,

f :. was strange that peaches could not be1 of the season as the crop now movingis I COMMODORE: DYER greyhounds of the seae, carrying full {
i grown in Florida. I told him I knew i of excellent quality.running mostly !I cargoes to all parts of the universe on WAYNE WARD

a man who didn't do much of anything I to brights and good stock. While it is L'ENGLE SPEAKS their way to and from the Atlantic

else. lie grows peaches for the early I anticipated that other fruit may come END OF A LONG AND ACTIVE and Pacific oceans through the Panama LOSES: AUTOMOBILE: ;

., market and realizes an average of 1 I in to take the place ofgrapefruit I FROM WHEEL CHAIR CAREER OF ONE OF AMER canal. The entire state is one gigantic I .
; more than live dollars a crate, for :which will materially decrease the ICA'S NAVAL field of activity. Development '(

them. I consumption, yet it appears to be the .is in the air everywhere. The madnessof FROM SOME UNKNOWN. CAUSE ?

.., The growing of ferns for profit l is i I consensus of opinion that prices will |I VEJIEMENTLY; PROTESTS HEROES. money and opportunity has grasped IT CATCHES FIRE AND IS
1 another unusual pursuit which flour- remain about the same as they are i w hands. The government has appropriated HEQ'rrinv
'q ishes hereabouts and there are others now! maybe advancing a little for good I' AGAINST TilE REPEAL OF We regret to announce the death many millions for the improvement COMPLETELY -

''-J, no doubt that I do not know of. Think: graeandpack.ABLE: TI i THE. P.\.NAHA..LlN.AL. of'-Commodore-George' L. Dyer. U; S" of-Florida waterways'. This -.n.. ".
of the wonder and variety which a TOLLS. N.. on April 2, 1914. at his home at points to' the nearby future, when f'
; systematic search for a complete list Winter Park, Fla. Commodore Dyer Florida shall stand forth to the world There was no more handsome ear

l of the activities of Florida people ADDRESS I Washington D. C., March 30.-A served with great distinction in the with the most Important ports of call in Kissimme than the big Cadillac f

: would reveal and the good that would feature of today's debate on the bill navy. He was the naval attache at for the thousands of ocean vessels owned by Wayne Ward, or rather

3,4 be accomplished by thus inviting In- to repeal the free tolls clause of the the court of Spain when the Spanish- which will have directed their course there was not before it was destroyed.
,, vestment stimulating development BY ABLE SPfAKfRI Panama canal act was the speech delivered American war broke out coming toward the Panama canal and Florida. by fire on Friday last.

p and sustaining confidence. by Congressman IVEngle of home in time to command a ship under There are more stupendous undertakings C".W. Ward Wayne'a'father owns

In the roseate day of her irrrancy\,. REV. C. A. CROOK OF JACKSON- Florida. Admiral Sampson during the entire in this .tate. than in any. other an immense body-of land on the prairie

'Florida faces a period l of growth From invalid chair wheeled into blockade of Cuba: he was. governor section of .our nation. about twenty miles from Kissimmee,
'I, which,.burgeoning into the bloom of VILLE SPEAKS AT BAPTIST the well an of the house Representative of the Island of -Guam in the Florida has been heretofore knownas which he is having fenced and Wayne

maturity, will make her the peerless. AND METHODIST L'Engle crippled with rheumatism Pacific where he crippled, his health the "rich man's playground," but is bossing the job, making daily tripe
L queen of her sisters in beauty variety made the by overwork 4n such a' tropical climate \- it has now"'become' .the "poor man's between this city and the praine. Friday -
and wealth of resources and products. CHURCHES.Rev. I II a vigorous speech opposing"' arid he ended his -naval career paradise." last he was accompanied by Eddie

The man who has even a toehold in I repeal r by being commandant of the Charleston We people of the north and east and Lancaster C. W. Ward's chauffeur -
Florida is fortunate for if he is alive I "The division of sentiment in this navy yard. South Carolina. His\ \" est do not really know what life is and after reaching a point Juat
be can't fail to share in-tha generalN C. W. Crooke of. Jacksonvillefilled instance, h. said, floor and galleries only son, George P. Dyer, is now paymaster until we have spent some time in Flor- west of the Sandhill place they let :-
prosperity which i. inevitable.. II. his two engagements here last sitting in quiet he spoke of the Boston navy yard, Bos. the car' and walked about a half mile i
Sunday speaking at the Baptist from his invalid's chair, "is so close ida.The
Reese in The SUte.TRIBUTf distant where men were at work on
; church in the morning and in the a** to make the defeat of a great ton.His widow Mrs. George T. Dyer beauty* of the sky and land the fence. Sometime later they heard f

_ evening addressed the union service American principle probable. and the is a sister of Mrs. E. Nelson Fell andGeorge scape the beauty of. climate and a report which sounded like the discharge
-TO T"EFLORIDA held at the First Methodist church, triumph of that principle possible P. Garrett of the -law firm of health the voluptuousness of foliage of a gun, but paid' no attenI

where he was greeted by a large audi only by the vigilance of those devotedto Johnson A: Garrett of this town; is i.nd farms are nothing limitless to be compared tion to it and a. little later started
with the and '
ence. it. The president can not be accused -their nephew. great opportunities back to the car When within several
PRESS lie took for his text the following of playing petty politics in this Commodo Dyer took a great interest i for the man of ordinary meansto hundred> yards of the car they saw

.. Scripture: "Let it be when thou nearest matter. in local affairs, being presidentof establish.himself upon Just a few smoke rising from It, and immediately I'
4 "' the sound of the the tops acres and make those give him all
Discussingthe international situation the Board of Trade of Winter Park. began running but-jvhen.theyar- _
-' - COMPARES FAVORABLY WITH of the mulberry1 trees. Then shalt director of the Citrus there is in life to own. Yo."
" Mr. L'Engle said: and also being a rived the Are had gotten such a start
; THE PRESS OF ANY OTHER thou bestir thyself for behold I, the "I have heard much of the Anglo- Exchange of Winter Park. He will, I I have seen ten acres of Florida land that it was impossible to put it out. : '
than 1
.- STATE. Lord, will go before thee." Saxon bond between England and no doubt be buried in the Arlington i p-oduce at the rate of more owned $800 this and the entire car was destroyed. .

He compared the fight'.gain.t the America. This kind of talk has notimpressed cemetery at Washington with full naval I.eracre.. The man who As to how it caught is merely con
liquor business as the storm and said -much because ob honors. en patch of ground came to but the is that 1.
We have long been of the opinion the storm struck Maine me my to die after he had sickened his i jectural, supposition
; .,- that the Florida years ago the Are was caused-from a leaky valve.
press taken bendIng desk for fifteen 1
as a and rum was driven from the state) body over a dirty :
Mr. Ward had his insured in
wbol. car I
r compared favorably with that and
in northern city '
., of-any state in the Union and this He the cited other states that have driven I I I I I I I 11 111 I 111 I HI I 11 I Il I 11 11 I I I II I I I 111 I I I 1 I I I I II I I mark years this a man knew nothing ofarming New York but it is understood that; i :,
business its
j- liquor .beyond border you
when he shipped it here a few month .. "
Abased on considerable
when he Today he I.
and .came.
l l predicted that within two year.the .
of knowledge the-states of the Florida newspapers I. in most commonwealth of Florida would ; Reference: Swtd d>ore N.lioaal Bank, Sweoc We(N. J. rich beyond the wildest dreams of ago changed.he failed. In that, to event have it the is a policy total >..e.' :.
( of the
growing as become a dry'state. youth.. Be can go oujt any day '
.t '.Iso other southern state Is. and its Dr. Crooke is editor of the Florida J ear and pick: growing things for his .. loss ) ,
.- "'public: journal a* the heralds of that edition of the Nw Republic, and also 'WILLIAM RODE table. lila wife and fable are simplybubbling !, ".
.i growth are keeping-just little in adranee over with generous health .. p J1!
: superintendent of the Florida Anti-
Redd-Do you use a motor ear.or siorssdrawn >; .... t'
of it and performing their trum- Saloon League. Be has visited our and this man Is even bit as much a vehicle

'," Mnlce with a zeal .aed emdeDey city'before: and will perhaps returnagaim. Commission Merchant. prince as though ages of royal blood Greene-Some' day .I use botbv-,v P
'WUcb attract favorable attention out.. as .he .always receives a welcome flowed] through his veis. I haTe visited Y nger". Statesman'. t"Your >
y_ 4e Me te state as well as at be..... In. into our city. the many sutfdessftil colonies f J
'. iof of till read the following from Those who heard him 'Sunday night POULTRY, FRUITS AND' PRODUCE whielThav sprung- in Florida,' andI ; I j { ,

t .. Industrial Index the leadingpub. were highly pleased and everyone concedes ., bar seen there more, peace pleasure wife-must be awfully elevenSlIitaa .. t
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,,'.r -n ; pub-. that be is making an aggressive : "and profit tflLtha, aquare than -
., at that state: ,' fight en the rani traffic and from fcresanUndi t ,206. .,Dock. . .St. Philadelphia, Pa. has been my. good-frfrtune;,to behold "Yesj I have b1own' .r t

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APRIL: "3,111 I"' THE >CISS1MMEE VALLEY .GAZETTE. _ ', .. ,. P.AGE: 1.; >

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'' e : "t s the street',cf Jacksonville: .. .. 'ing verey 'little; sickness and at' present ,I .. ... .". .. . . t. t. 0... . ..'+*.'f... .....,.. ... .. . to.. It 'f
JA AMOUNTSCANDIDATES, would be well for nine out of,ten of VISITING no known. case'' of-tuberculosis or -t\ L r ':
,. I the ,women and girls that I see on the trachoma the two 'worst diseases

streets of this'city, to 'retire to.their. known among the North America In r TB.E: 'FIRST"

homes and repair their skirts.'. diane' Their government is patri- .. ,
"When we stop' to. think-that there archial in form, the oldest man in the \ f r

A, : are twenty-five; .thousand young wom- ,AMONG THESEMINOLES family being the patriarch;The heads : OF .."SERIES .OF1\ '.r.
en and girls every' twelve months sacrificed of the. families 'ben form a council, "

to the awful traffic in sin averaging which it the supreme. court of tie Introduction 'M
more than five hundred each tribe. 'Sales;

tear for every state in the union-and Concerning; their religion Mr..Spelt' '- ,:
.ji CAN SPEND that cer speak mOlt interestingly! : "In .
that ;eminent physicians' agree '
fully 75 percent of our men 'are-impute religion they-are ai unique as In other April 3; 4 & / >: '
I- ; I think it is time for our women matters. Their chief diety is .ttearu- ". .J'
;tj Twinnm.1Dean kteamese which, the Great
-who'say that they want to see our means
3 boys and girls reared ,up pure and Spirit of Fire. Lightning and the LADIES'?' HAND BAGS Cent
at 30
The'let" an example which will inSome Spencer Inspects His sun are manifestations of this god, Per Off
.j.1 .:] Grafters Eliminated By. ,' degree help, to accomplish this and are worship accordingly. They .

-esult.-Peneacol New will from a
: Following Are Few
They .. a .
f "1 that has been killed by (lightning.
', \. New Law TOURING FLORIDA TO ChargesSAYS always singe a' piece of meat in the
); Offer
: ORGANIZE ARMY AND meals. The son "
blaze when preparing : ... .. IJ** '
Ut' t. NAVY UNION IN STATE is greeted by a nod each morning and I $18.00 Bags at---- ______$12,60 ,
T""r. "" EP1WIHB1TEb THEY ARE HEALTHY AND when an Indian lights his pipe, the 15.00 Bags at---------------------- 10.50

.wM1.: !> FROM EMPLOYING ANY CAMPAIGN Oden St. Cloud Lake, Fla.r national March commander 26Gen. H.of THRIFTY THE 'GLADES_ first mouthful of smoke is blown to- 10.00 Bag at------- _,_______ 7.00 J\\l
i i' ward the sun ag an-obligation Their 7.00 Bags ________ _
\ ; WORKERS OR MAKE the Army and Navy Union, U. "S. A., AND AT PEACE WITH at, ______ __ -- ".'0
account of the Creation is : 5.00.
Bag at... ___ 3.50 .
of his - y
f-t /. ANY OR Philadelphia accompanied .by 'Hesuketames (Great Spirit) saw 3.60 Bags ___ __ _-------r- t
1''I S 1 LOAM. chief of staff, Maj. W. H. Chapman of strange plants sticking up out of the at"And,- Others"In __ .____.______ %..5
I f'O" ",1. Brooklyn, N. Y., are making a tour of Lucien A. Spencer, special commis- sand, and when he examined them the Following leathers: '

. .} ?: United States senator and governor, Florida with a view to establishing sioner to the Florida Seminoles, has they proved to be human fingers so Alligator, Seal and Calf. ''-' **
of the
: : garrisons organization throughout returned to Miami from a visit to his he. pulled them up, and commandedthem Don't forget,-Friday, Saturday and Monday only.
:; $4,000. the state. General Lake has
established -
He himself well into the and wash off
to bay
'r_f I t' Administrative state officers,. $2,000. charges. expressed go !
Ir temporary national headquarters satisfied with the results of his trjp, the black dirt that clung to them. .
i $2,000.
: 1 t' Congressmen at St. Cloud and has appoint
1 although no one appreciates better Some of them were so full of curiosity "
', commissioners, adjutant-
, tlailroad led Capt. J. Walter Mitchell pf Wash the infinite trouble and and and so longin <' '
,. and than he does!! adventure stayed
"' 4- .) general, auditor, assistant ington, D. C., who is visiting at St. pains and annoying delay attendantupon the sea examining the curious Cole & Unley
'; of the. supreme court, $200.
Justices Cloud to be assistant national adju-
'" State attorneys, $600. the final carrying out of the government's I shells, etc., that they bleached white ,
1 a tantgeneral.At I. *
plans in regard to the Sem- and came out weak, and pale; these
.' 1 I Circuit judge, $600. a mass meeting of veterans heldin I Successors Coif
white folks. to C A.
,'i t and representatives, b ale Indians, says a Miami dispatch. were the Esta Hadjte, or
\ State senators
Oak Grove Park, this place, General '- Mr. Spencer has for many years Other simply did as they were bid-
:t 1 Ii $200. national' Lake made an impassioned speech in been deeply interested tn the Florida I den, washed, and came out clean, Jewelers and Optometrists
to conventions -
t 3 k District: delegates which he said the Army and Navy I his vacationsfor these the
land presidential electors, Seminoles, having spent brown and strong; were Kittimmee, Florida '
/' ; Union is a perpetual patriotic organization eight years among them, prior to Esta Chattie or Indians. The remainder ,

.. $500. having composed of.soldiers, sailors his government appointment, so with were too lazy to wash at all
v> For county officers in counties, $720. and marines, who are survivors of him it JII a labor of love, or aji he expressed and remained black; these were the ooc o + ooooo c. OOO 66 OOO, , , o6"0 -
:;f !lore than 40,000 population War since the war with Mexico, "
committee- every "It's like getting paid for Esta Luste, or negroes. -- -- ----" -- -- bow
and congressional lit -
'. State including the Civil war veterans, those hunting, when you love to hunt." Mr. Spencer will) be in the city until {
o s men, $100xa / II' of the Spanish war, and men now serving The government during the last 4pril 10, when he leaves for an extended :I mcr. While affording a delightful retreat ( t
1. The amount which a candidate I, in the army and navy.-Metrop- several years has' bought up about trip into the 'Glade, during HUNDREDS i from the cold winters of the
.< for a state pr county office can expendof olis. north, it does not enervate and weaken 5
funds contributed 30,000 acres ot land in the Everglades which he will visit thirty-two camps I I 1 >
his own funds or -- - the constitution for the salt air
which, under the new "Alhrtment in which live something like 600 Seminoles. the ,t
is limited to the sum fixed by .
Gt Atlantic has a tonic which
property (
Law be parceled out to theSeminoles (
: 2.'A candidate cannot make expenditures counteracts the softness of the clim '
in allotments of forty -
.f! except for the following purposes eighty or 160 acres, accordingly as the GOODLAUGIIBE OF THINGS <.te, and renders the atmosphere of I *

.1 : while land chosen is under cultivation clear- FEEL 1'crt George most conducive to health rt
For his traveling expenses and l longevity."
s campaigning( fee for qualifying, stenographic ed or grazing; land. Each member of HAPPY AND WELL Directly across the St. John's river
the tribe is choose the kind ht
work, clerks at his campaign; from Fort .. tr
OF RICHES of a tract he prefers. Under this new George Island to. the. village -
: headquarter, to address, prepare and law the allotment carries with it all --,- TOJNTEREST of Mayport, connected with;) w'

,. mail campaign literature, telegrams, the rights of a deed, with the single 'Take Some Dodson Liver Tone Jacksonville by rail. Mayport ia atypical > ,(

::.- telephones. postage, freight, express, exception that any transfer by an Indian To-night and See How Much Atlantic coast settlement, full s
.k stationery, list of volers, office went, of his land thus acquired it investigated Better You Will Feel I of interest to the tourist and a favor.
,, :-- newspaper advertising;, advertising in AND ROMANCE and the deed must be ., Tomorrow ite place with fishermen. Just below
: J r
i camaign; book, printing and the renting executed at the reservation house. Those Who Attend Confederate Mayport are the- jottiaa-at the month)
:i of halls in which to address the .When the fate rs recalled of most of Thousands of.former sufferers from of the St.. John's. Fishing is as flue- ; q

I voters. Expenditures for any other --- the Indian lands in the west, where constipation, biliousness, sick head- at the Jetties air at any ottrerpoint'in'I

purposes are prohibited. "fire-water" was the principal medi- ache and stomach ills now brighter ReunionAMONG I I Florida. A good can not ra
3. No candidate: or private citizen '' there wher'fish
Ii Florida Should Seek Man- um of exchange between the white healthier through taking spend a day ; are bit
shall offer to employ campaign {happier -
t employ or man and the Indian, it can be seen Dodson's Liver Tone, the medicine ting well go back home and tell his a
r workers, or campaign speakers, and be
what wise and beneficent this story believed. Often it is m
'f or shall any loans, gifts or rewards be ufactoriesAN is on a the part of the government step in which calomel.was They made have'to learned use instead to smile of : WHICH IS OLD HUME OK matter of physical endurance. contest .I

'. made to influence a voter. the protection of its despoiled charges. HARRIET BEECHER between the Anny tribes of the
'I' 4. No person shall solicit, receive ort again. STOWS ocean and man.Traveling ';
Mr. the last trip left
Spencer, ,
on Dodson's fine remedy is so different
reward ,
accept any gift; money
Fort Myers January 20, in his six- south from the'pojnta
from calomel you feel good after : ,
contribution thing of value 'O-' "
! salary, or ABUNDANCE } RAW: MA. CABIN. of
cylinder "oxmobile, as he terms it, inteetsLwithin reach of
loss of time, for taking Uodson'g. There are no depressing easy
', for his services in consideration, for nirf or vote TERIAL AT HAND FOR MANUFACTURING going east-southeast to where the after-effects, such as with I I Jacksonville are Atlantic Beach and

or expenses any service he may render for. or INDUSTRIESOF Everglades and the Big Cypress come calomel and other strong and violent Jacksonville, Fla, March 31.-Dele Pablo' Beach. There finer beach
together, and thence westsouthwestin on the Atlantic coast The beauties
against a candidate. VARIOUS purgatives. You do not change your gates and visitors to the Confederate
I the Ten Thousand Islands travel- habits diet when taking Dodson'iJLiver reunion Jacksonville ach were not recognised until
candidate him- ; or at in May will
5. No not
r person KINDS. distance of about 150 miles, and OffjiS eighties when. stock
ing a ,
self, in furtherance or in opposition tow ..: Tone. There is no pain nor find many things to interest them besides com-
--- sixteen He is of 4
visiting! .some. camps.' in regular hab- business men of
the candidacy of any person, shall gripe, no change your a modern, enterprising city:
The Jacksonville .Metropolis of recent called by the Indians "Yatokechee Jacksonville, was formed to develop c
contribute its. Liver Tone promptly) clears the There are trips on the river, give, loan, expend, any
of value for date contains the following: ," 'which being interpreted 1. means, dulled brain and clogged system in seashore and elsewhere that hundredswill the place] : To be Intelligently .understood -
1 money or other thing any "Florida-the land- of riches, romance "Little -Talker," "Ya-ta-ka-chobee.". an easy, natural way, assisting Naturein take before returning and appreciated, one 'must know
purpose whatever; provided, personal and roses-Is the cynosure of "Big Talker," being the Indian's name the struggle against constipation home. The only 'extensive that Atlantic Beach extends from th* ) '

services and personal contributed traveling and ex- all eyes this winter. Here the flowersare for the government commissioner of and biliousness. Dodson's also stimulates groves of the Jacksonville vicinity orange are mouth, practically, of the St.. John'. ,
penses may be ; pro- the .omantic surround- Indian affairs In river thirty miles south. It is W
blooming, Washington. and straight,
contributions direct you and builds you up situated on the St. John's river some i ;
vided that campaign <
ings attracting the tourists and Mr. Spencer has most inter- sandy, gently shelving and free fromrocks r
!\, to the candidate or his campaign are many i strengthens you at the same time. miles above the city, A trip to. them
the riches are being husbanded by the estitng which he has succeeded snags and treacherous sand
photographs "
and I A reliable, pleasant-tasting vegetable can be made in a few hours by river
i' headquarters may be made; accounted people. Business is going ahead witha 'in obtaining on his. various liquid, Dodson' Liver Tone is steamer and in shorter time by auto- The' beach is but sixteen mile* from)
for in the sworn statements; swing, and the outlook is exceedingly trips. Several of Indian graves were I'guaranteed without condition by ;J. Z. mobiles. The site of the old Harriett Jacksonville and is reached by rail or '
required of candidates. > bright. Out?in southern California the most unique among these, and it refund automobiles over a magnificent.roxL '
I have Koberson, who will cheerfully Beecher Stowe home author of Untie
6. All literature /
still from last not until this last that he The" trip from' Jacksonville
the people are suffering was trip purchase price ((50c.) instantly.with Tom's Cabin, is Mandarin( ,' to- this
the name of the author among
and result the cities able to them.: beach is of the most
:year's freeze as a was secure out question in event of any diisatU the orange groves.' This historic residence delightful r
t' 7.. All political advertisements be mark-appearing are full of unemployed men who are He' talks with' abounding enthusiasm fection with the remedy or its.results. howeverrwas destroyed by fire. to be found in Florida, and will be a
shall .
tv' in newspapers demanding work of the municipal au of the Seminoles of hll social Some miles, higher on' the river is popular diversion for reunion visitor.,

ed "paid advertisements candidateor thorities. All along the Pacific there relations,. health, religion,- tribal gov'"tone--Look here Bobbie, I Green Cove Springs; one.of,the pic-: There are'good hotel accommodations ''i
r- 8. It is unlawful for any attack is a glut in the labor market and public ernment etc. He says that their don't see you hanging around the parlor . trescue wonders of America.A claim both at Pablo.and'Atlantic Beach the .a'
other persons to publish an provision for the idle must be made. home life is always happy; that, no as you did when I first came. is advanced for this spring that it is two places ,i being only*three mile '" '

against a candidate within unless eighteen In some cases the hungry, grpwn\ des- friction is ever seen among the different -I Bobbie-Not necessary since we got the fountain ;of youth that- Pone*--de- apart Surf bathing ,along, Atlantic
; ((18)) days of the primary, a perate, have resorted to crime to get members of the family; that '. the dictagraph.-Life.I Leon ws hunting when be discovered : )Jeai'h.llal.e.nddeliJ; tfaL- -:Thousands ' '
copy thereo '-p.ersonally served on food. This is indeed a deplorable con- each member, even the small children, I Florida. of people go to the beach every c
a candidate7 against whom the attack have defined duties which I Once in a while when a hunter mis- .
dition and one that should be guarded clearly summer to enjoy the .ocean! breexe .
;- is made at least eighteen ((18) days against by the people of this state. they never shirk; their physical con takes a man for a rabbit he is right j One of the most Interesting! points I turf bathing and Ashing' ..

: before tha primary. "Too manyialuring but untruthful dition is of the highest/ _type, there be i, about it. around Jacksonville is Fort George :
9. It is\C>nlawful for any candidateor promises have been held out to induce Island, near the mouth of the St.
to premise to . .. John's river. The island is and
other give or
person ---- - - - ----- a high ,
immigration to the coast states. Artisans -- ---- -------- -
give a newspaper publisher anytfflrig and laborers flocked out there rolling tract of land, covered with COMMISSION HAS
of value as an inducement for his[ sup- and when there came a failure it sub-tropical trees and shrubs. Mt r

. port of his paper. It is unlawful for struck all lines of business crop, throwing Cornelia, the highest point on tile Island '
the publisher to solicit.. accept the thousands out of employment, to which is mentioned in United States NAMES OF WITNESSES''

same. the .was added the hordes seeking to better Best and Cheapest"That's coast survey as "the highest land on .
10. When a newspaper assails themselves in a new country. Too few I the Atlantic coast for 1,600 miles southof - .t

character of a candidate or attacks his industries, too few' manufacturing'plants New Jersey highlands." WHO WILL TESTIFY AT P'UBtlCf ,

official record, or gives another free and too many working people I Some years ago lion. S. G. Benjamin HEARINGS TO BEHELD; IN ,
.;. space in which to do so, equal arty attacked tell the tale."Florida I what the Grower say about United Stages minister to Persia, WASHINGTON ON l Y
". la entitled to an amount should put forth efforts to at the time he wrote, contributed an w
of space in said paper without charge, increase its growing manufacturing): -- article to Harper'. Magazine bn_ the APRIL'. .. '

to make his reply. industries. The cotton should be coax Ideal Fertilizers islands of the ''Atlantic coast, especially =-- --:::' --_

.r, 11. Candidates and other persons ed to this port for export, and then Ft. George Island, in the course of Washington, D. C., March 28_Th.'
are prohibited from furnishing, givingor coton mills should be induced to manufacture which he said: -"Nowhere on the face United States Commission on 'Indus. 1'S S
delivering to another person any the raw products right here of the earth is there such an congeriesof trial Relations has announced the'
money, or other thing of value,, to be into finished good, to be exported to islands. They are full of attSec names of witnesses who will testify
'. I used for any purpose prohibited by all the. various countries of the t'Orld. 'Proof' tions and are often overgrown in the at the public hearings to be held 10 l ,. 6
this act The lumber should be worked into fin- "' most enchanting 'manner by oak for- Washington on the subject of eollee-
", 121 It is the duty of the grand jury ished mate of and lianas while
product; turpentine put into groves palms tive bargaining, conciliation and ar'
of each county to' make diligent inquiry medicines, and rosin into all its various the delicious sea breezes of a semi- bitration. t
as to whether or not this law forms for commereial uses. Great IB 1893 ear: total output was lest tfca* 3,000'loa... Dwi f tile year tropical clime, and the historic legendsof k
The hearings .will her April
" has been violated.PREACHER. canneries should take care of the sur- the past, invite them with a won- begin r
lus fruits and vegetables and its phosphates .f 1913 tile Growers used 50,000 torn of IDEAL FERTILIZER. WHY derful poetic haze, like the golden va- 6, and continue for four days.- Frank- ,
P. Walsh chairman of the
SAYS ,fuller's earth and other mining por that sunset weaves Over the roofs will preside. 'commission'
S: output worked in. this state. and spires of a distant town. The pe-
1-" SEW UP "With the new docks which are Write *s for price sad for a Frel Book about your crop. culiarity of Ft. George Island is, that, Each of lib large industries In whfefi

SKIRTS"REV. bound to come soon, Jacksonville will more than any other spot \ have seen trade agreement or other form of i''
bero'ne one of the great ports of the I I in our county it seems to unite the collective bargaining have been inop i

world, not only for this state, but for Wilson 6c Toomer Fertilizer Co. vegetation of two zones. Tbe pine and eration during considerable period
;y",'. IL WALLACE BELIEVES portions of Georgia and Alabama, and the oak assume a form and'\'richness will be considered separately. On ,r .
I r ,., ' THEY SHOULD DECLARE INDEPENDENCE there should be alongside of this shipping that ally them to the rank vegetationof Thursday: April 9. the final session n
OF FRENCH great factories to manufacture Jacksonville, Florida the jungles of the Amazon." of the hearing will be devoted to testimony ;'

FASHIONS. furniture, cotton goods, fiber goods, Another celebrated writer says of on the general subject without n'ri

fertilirors, portable houses and Darts Waters & Carson Co. Ft. George: "From the top of Mount reference to particular industries. .
# Jacksonville Fla. March 26. That of houses, brick and tiles, clothing, Local Agents: Grocery Cornelia a view can be obtained un- Witnesses ,at the final session: will
1 ,
and all kindred manufactured be Samuel
-.H.e women of this country should "de- millinery equalled probably America for tropIcal Gompers president of the
clare their independence of France," goods. ; luxuriance and coloring. Ft. American Federation of Labor; ;J. A. (
.' and their! dresses after "Cheap electric power here should George can be called :without fear of Emory, counsel for the National Association . :
1 !stop draw the manufacturer and the worker dispute the home of the palm, of Manufacturers Seth Low >
-- so ; .p
demi-monde of Paris wag one ---- - - ---- ---- noble -
* the ?
;.. him to this land of riches. of New York
that by after and majestic are the specimens of city, former United
i\" note Rev. Ujg-h was S. Wallace strongly) before sounded a large The tourist by: the 'beauties of' the this noble tree. Through these lovely States commissioner of labor'; Judge ,-

,t and enthusiagtir congregation at the country and its romanticand historical woods wind the famous shell roads of W. C. Chambers of the Unite States ,; .
First Methodist church hen. associations, the magnificent hotels (Prickly Ash, Poke Root end Potassium) f Ft. George forming a pavementhardand Qoard of Conciliation and Mediation 4 c
' he said 'King beckoning on the persons fleeing from .J white as marble, over whose Louis D. Brandeis of Boston and J.- "
I'' ome days ago, the cold and of the north to the Prompt Powerful Permanent E. Williams l
snows of
... Albert of Belgium was out walking, smooth surface the carriage wheels Streator 111., chairman; | .,
F r.'i and saw" a woman on the streets with balmy climate of the state, and the s IM 1wiMAct rt6t.bbom CUM Good nmlu arc glide without a par, and which would of the board of grievance in the 1\

.; 'split' skirt) on. Immediately he sent railroads aiding in bringing worthy ,.de.... -nr pielda6crosi U.tin c--l Ik cm tempt the most timid to mount the cloak suit and shirt industry of New "r
citizens to Florida) the land of riches, teas 'tW7 quickly jroo(acuycaml frisky bicycle. What can be more York city. 7 'vl
the with
his ; :
woman and ... ......
. I this message: 'Madam, King Albertrequest romance roses. delightful than a six-mile .run over :Th hearing as to particular Industries -',.,. J' ;
retire to such a track, through the mazes of will be concluded Wednesday, 7
that home :
ypu your A MYSTERY :TO HIM. :
"r and repair your skirt. Th StLif says P. P. P. semt-troj Ica; forest, with the salt afternoon, with the testimony. of railroad $'
.j' it is very embarrassing both to him The late John Allen of. Fannington.Me. breeze blowing up from the ocean the official* and employes. The witw':

f'? and to yon (far yon to weir such apparel ., was noted for his ready wit antcutting 1 Mood song of the knocking bird, and the soft nesses will be Daniel WiUard of' BKtlmore ,. ?
f' .. yoU now have on.* The woman sarcasm. One day while walkIng .., Mated rich red; para -cleanses the entire thunder of the distant breakers for an president of the Baltimore ana ..;:
Ih.r(> severely rebuked by the sovereign down the street he slipped on I..1 systemckatajlh..kaogthm. dlreetloai and nerve: accompaniment! Ohio railroad; and Ellsha Le of Phily

,.':, ruler of did 'retire to- her some ice and telL The'Methodist minister !}+ A:I****** lipeclto for Bto?< Poises and ( Ddi..... "Bat, perhaps the'best feature of adelphia,, thirbvioapruidentaftb.' ,f"y
::: :. home ane repair her.sktrt/ which action of the town happened t ; Drives Pam .
1rf. .on her part.resultedin great and-helped the 01$1 maD' to his feet out Roe rat k. and 4top tb* ; ends Malarts'; its climate. Exposed, as it Ia,'to the ployers; W. G. L** of Cle..JandOblo, ,.! .

-"(".. :. ;.- pinffjnnLjnrer: all Belgium on the with-the remark: ."Sinners stand on
,; :qautlon of. immodest: 'aid .tndecqn* slippery ground, d n't theY,,John!'! E: L11'1'MAN SAVANNAHCA. composed almost entirely of high and road Trainmen" and K-:,B. ,
,.' the women.--: V-' >*Y..retorted.: Mrs"but; )" JY g dry amalarIaranit, U free; from any taint of St. Louis .:president, of the Order a f*,i
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. .)o\ dre.Mndgamong inr: anything about th: don't.,....Iao"'th ., ti ...-J aepr''sMa d one can, without dancer aaiI"Tel plltr., ,.. forth: : *, ;aa ,

t..!.;. "..,tft'd, that; I see.from_day ., .D" L. ,. .-.., ,' .' '' '. -w' w -- C'. ,to ,health,,' live- 'here-winterv, " and- "sum'. ploye.t.4q. :: r I J a .l4.:t"

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w' Ga'tun dam, the breakwater' at Colon Sine- then the price 'has" steadily'creased In.

I. TO PRODUCE 'j harbor and the excavation of the channel -Ct PREDICTS. BUMPER and there seems to be no V...
between the Gatun locks-and. the
it to CN ,demand.; 'Few Florida. lint**
Atlantic ocean:' has written an Inter- I 1 1I '
Frqit By-Products LIM1CROPfOR, are chipped a* far west .. Texas. or
article the Panama canal his
esting on north] of the Carolinas, the supply not
first contribution on the subject forth i, i. ,
; : GROWERS being equal to the demand of. erea
1 ': GOOD SEED : .. National. Geographic society a t I the southeastern corner of the country ..'
: Washington, D. C. In his article Colonel unable' fruit Last 60,000barrels
: The Los Angeles Cal. correspondent to care for the *t a total an yee. :"year
.Sibert say*; of the New York' Packer furnishes 'loss.. of San Domingo limes were\'CO lumect.

: "' "A little to the north of the Gatun that enterprising; produce paper. with.en Even Frozen Oranges C Oi be.,Used. .ONCE INSIGNIFICANT PROD'UCTSTATE in New York city alone, and the whole

: POTATOES locks the American and.French canals interesting letter,on the abcrre-sutu, .Heretofore the only salvation for OF NOW GROWN EXTENSIVELY : Florida, crop will be but about 50,000 .
Intersect. Had the French canal.bencompleted
ject,. from-which we extract tfiat portion the producer wa.-.t&-.roIl-.JriT-"c&rI''to barrel this year.: -Metropolis,,
would be of-
it now out date, IN SOUTH
: that relates to oranges, believing market-there was no alternative.
for it.locks would not be of sufficient citrus grower 'of Florida-will findit the future, however, it may be differ FLORIDA. ,
size the would
to pass boats that nowofl'er. If
interesting: ent the eastern conditions and
Log Angeles.-The utilization of cull markets are bad and If. there is .. I
Would "In 1912 Gatun had probably the I an Miami, FIST. March '26.-The key Hubby was in a bad temper ,He
High Grade Seed and waste products in the California \inusuallylarge Crop/'or if there is aIn
: : greatest influx of malarial mosquitoes'! I citrus industry is a matter which is or 20 per cent. loss-by a freeze, the lime rop this year will net the owners was late in getting up and then'he':

in its history. The sanitary department now being given considerable atten- fruit can' be saved and' turned to a anywhere from $150,000 to $200- cut himself shaving. So he reached ] }

,Increase Returns determined to locate all the_(I-44011 :Heretofore there have been profit, because by-products can be 000{ according: to W. N. Hull the origThal the breakfast table scowling blackly,'
I breeding places lor mosquitoes near I thounand of dollars annqally dumped manufactured just as' easily from a producer in Florida of this fruit. "Look here, Mary," he said crossly to :

__, I (Gatun, catch mosquitoes at each place I in the "wash" or in convenient .dump- frozen orange as one not frozen. J.lmes'are being: contracted for now at his wife, "you've- made me late again,* \
und, after painting them, turn them $10 per barrel where the buyers can ,nd I asked specially to wake me
; ing. ground or plowed under for fertilizer There is a noted Japanese chemist you
THIS IS TUB SEASON: OF E.\K loose and l determine from the color of which was a dead loss to the who, also, has perfected a process of find any' one who is willing. : to sell at up at 8."
SIIOl'LD( PAY the mosquitoes caught in Gatun from-I that figure. "And I did call at 8 by
i WI.KN'FAICMKI.S! proiiueei. Last year, on account of extracting orange juice and of the you my.
'1 '1 STRICT ATTENTION:: TO what point they came. I went down coW weather, conditions there were manufacture of oil', who is establish Last year, between the 29th of August watch," said Mary, calmly. .;

I .. .- there oive morning to see how th<'y '1 several thousand carlirads of, oranges inga'plant in Lodi, Cal., and will soon and the 17th of September, limes "Well, I can't help that. I asked
.SKICI) POT) I \- : '
were caught; and painted. Mosquito brought $17 a barrel. Mr. Hull what it when
and lemon rendered unftufor the high establish one somewhere in" th.- south- recalls you time was you came
f. : TOES barf, tied up at the bottom were suspended i I, da,s trade of the world and therefore ti.n district. In addition to other orange the sale of the' first barrels of home last night. My watch said it

\ from limbs.. They had thou- : thrown away as useless. In ordinaryyear. I by-product industries now underway limes ever sent from Miami, which was was 2 o'cliock, but you said it was onlyr"'

I Washington, D.) ( '., March :30.-This sand of mo '|uitoe>- in them ready to .-, it i* claimed by some, there are Uie;re is a man in Pomona who some sixteen or seventeen years ago, midnight. So I set my watch right by' *

;! "* the season of tli} ,. year when the be (sprayed with. a colored liquid and' close to I 1.000,1)00' ( ( lioxes of oranges and I has successfully demonstrated the the fruit bringing $1.95 per barrel. you."-.-Philadelphia Star.
the askerl how
fainier .should particular' attention sanitary inspector was lemonniv, of a lli,00fl,000 box crop, canning of the meat Is taken I
1 pay he caught them. lie said 'We have a . oranges. . ;. -
I tC) need potatoes, caution* the department that aid t unfit for even the local market cut 01 tne rinu, wmcnundergoes a cer- ( ..
I '\ '. of agriculture, und! the use of more scientific way, hut this had to be ,, or the "peddler trade," thereforeof i j lain process, enabling it to still retain I .
done in We let the
1 I 4 high grade seed would increase thej' a hurry. simply no \ alue to the producer or anyI I| i its flavor, and is put up in ordinary
mosquito bar down, as would I .
refurn.s from the potato crop of the you opena l body i tin cans. .
bed left side of and
one It puta
.& i ,ountry by many millions of dollars. Jamaica negro in there open for bait.' Asl 1', ,ml IIN'I and experts In this state, Useful in Surgery. I

'I" 7 r A conwrvative estimate of the) increase soon as the mosquito bar was full the''! v-peiially -nice the experience of last Among other by-products of the orange -

I I that might be expected from bait was removed and the end tied up. II I II year, have come to realize that theutilisation through a recent discovery, II
the uie; of high-grade< Heed i is ceitainJy of war*to products is matter
: a -
I saw a Jamaica nefttg standing there., there has been successfully made what I
: not less than! I 10 per cent. Such nfl of serious and vital in
-j importance "
: 1 ; John, were you the r.m in that bar ? ] is called "vaporized orange esesnce,
increase based the production I
on average I asked, and he replied, 'Yes, boss; that I II the citrus fruit industry. They have the odor from which is ten times
livo would
elf too past years I i. the easiest money I ever earned leufm that during the government stronger than that of ether. It is now
overM.OOO.OOO() )() ()() ) bushels
amount to
fiscal last
I Idoir ending June 30 that
ten cents an hour for sitting there and successfully used as an anesthetic to
having an approximate value of $21- .g nothing but ]juat inviting the' the United Stales imported from the dull the sense of smell so that ether
:- 000.000. Of the many cauios which citrus producing section of the old
\ mosquitoes in. may be subsequently used without the
V' operate to produce a low average po __ ,I world dose to 10,000,000 pounds of patient being: aware of it. With the
Late yield in this country, pure ,seed r is citrus by products valued at nearly use of this vaporized
I I| orange essence,
.. l an important one. The American potato .OOOOOO:! < and that an effort should I the. before and after effects of the r

grower; pays too little attention SOUTHERN be made not only to save their waste I anesthetic are practically eliminated. REALIZATION

\:t to his seed )OtltCS. product but t.o' ..cure this businessfor In the big hospitals in the 'east the essence -

I. The European growers, especially California. is now corning into common use.
those of Great Britain and (;Germany,
r California is Moving. i Another in the
I possibility orange byproduct -
strict attention to the -
pay very The df utilization of industry is that a ton of oranges -
question byproducts -
and quantity of seed! they use. This STATES OWE
: I
has led to the differentiation of the I II in the citrtis fruit industry in twenty gallons will produce of ethyl approximately alcohol. The The- Urizeas Bank of Kiuimmee fully realizes it*
into ,seed and 1 California is not a new idea, as the |
potato industry crop.specialists.
; \ The seed 'makes I matter has been under experiment for process is the simplest process of fer. responsibility to the who
specialist mentation and distillation which people entrust. to it die custody -
several I hut little ,
:years progress
a business, while of the producing crop special highqualityseed pro. $$75,000,000 made until the past season. Recently meant that inexpensive.the necessary plant is comparatively of theit capital and credit, and it constantly endeavors -
muchsuccess has been attained and
table No
: duceH a high-grade potato. ] - .
such differentiation at least to the now Californians are determined to I to make iU service mere valuable to the
some extent. occurs in this country secure. if: possible a large portion of j MISS HAMPTON
i the demand in the United States for .
-WhileIt iR true! that in certain"sec- people.

I /, h. potato-growing nll', is a industry well-developed, hut comparatively seed- At Least That I Is England's' citrus Several fcy-products.plants are now being established Of COLUMBIA, S. C. .

throughout the state. At the
f few growerR in these sections present time there is a plant in Santa Account subject to check are cordially invited.
sufficient attention to the
;- ..(.. r. are elimination paying of diseased and unproduc Claim Ana under operation. which is prepar..I SPONSOR OF CONFEDERATE RE-
( ed to take care of any quantity of UNION MEMBER OF FAMOUS -
I :, 'ri' live strains, or to keeping' the variety
; J' ;:f grown free from mixture with other fruit. The company behind the Santa FAMILY OF Arthur'E. Donegan, P. K. Weaver,
'varieties.By (I-'LO)It IDA'S PART OF THE DEBT Ana plant also is arranging to put one THE SOUTH. I
iI in at Santa Paula and one at San Bernardino I _. I. President. Cashier.
: ,: far the simplest and most promising IS SEVEN MILLION.: AND: I
At National City, near San
; means of developing; high-grade THAT AMOUNT DOES ()ielCo, a plant is being established far I Jacksonville, Fla., March 30.--In
aeexi potatoes is that of the tuber-unit NOT INCLUDE the manufacture of citric acid. This appointing Miss Cprine\ HamptQn of

and hill-selection methods.. The for- I INTEREST. is in the heart of the big lerfion; dis- Columbia, S. C., chief sponsor for the I Id11
mer consists in selecting from the seed trict of San Diego and the : Confederate reunion to be held here .
bin before planting time a considerable county May 6 to 8, inclusive, Gen. Bennett H.
plant will be of sufficient size to take .
London March 28.-Nine
number of the most perfectly England Young commander-in-chief of the ,
flhaped tubers of from nix\ to eight southern states now owe British bond- care of any quantity of fruit. Anothernew United Confederate Veterans' associa- ,
ounces in weight. When planted'these holders a total of more than $75,000000 ,- concern is now being organizedat tion, recognized one of the moat famous - f'
Covina, in-the heart of the
tubers are .quarl r"" as dropped, into not including interest, on accountof orange families of the south. Miss _. .
belt, for the manufacture of by-pro- --- --- --
debts which have been in default .
four as nearly equal parts as possi Hampton is a daughter of Hon. G. Mc-
:, ble. This is done by splitting the bud- from forty to seventy years, accordingto'a ducts of the orange. I Duffie Hampton of Columbia, and a
eye cluster in each direction from seed report'of the Council of the Cor- Profits From Culls. grand-daughter of -the late Wade

3 to steam ,nd of the tuber. The four poration of Foreign Bondholders.This Orange producers are now following Hampton,'one of South Carolina's most

i pieces of each tuber are dropped consecutively asosciation, organized forty along the line of the meat packers. A able, conspicuous and able sons. In
in the row at a distance of years ago to protest the interests of I prominent packer in this city recentlysaid the course of .a letter tendering the
) ; from ten to tw lve' inches apart in the holders of foreign securities, has for : "The only thing lost about- honor to Miss Hampton General .

.>: 1'url'01All tubers"showing discoloration many years had elevep foreign states bog after we have finished with him is Young said: -
of the flesh or other evidence oft i on its blacklist but this year the Re- the sm'ell.Citrus growers are even "Wade Hampton Is a' name-that . _. I. f' ,

I !, disease should be rejected. mbllc' of Guatemala, under, pressure going :to save the smell. In France conjures all Confederates. There is ,s-J -
from the foreian office, has resumed thousands of dollars worth of perfume honor that the surviving'' Confederates '
.. By allowing an additional space between no : .
; each set of fours, the four plants' payments after a default extendingover made annually out of orange and could- do'to his descendants that d T

r from each tuber are definitely isolated fourteen years. oil. Californians are, as yet they would not be willing to bestow." I

from, adjoiningones, and the grower.can' "The elimination of Guatewala,"ls, in position to manufacture per- The position of chief sponsor is the .

readily' observe any variation in says the report, "leaves the unenviable, but they have demonstrated the position that can b&-bestowed -- .
vigor. ana uniformity between the llalinction of defaulters tothe Republic -. othe-ty"prod\l which are by the Confederate Veterttns

:-v- .Jt.. unUa planted. This method also enables Honduras, and nine states of the'1 as valuable. By numerous careful experiment association as the young lady who i is f LIii

him to detect any mixtures that United States of America, namely, I *. it has been proven that fifty rendered the appointment is queen of

-r may occur in the variety. Arkansas, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, I pounds of cull oranges will produce on .he reunion. Miss -Hampton is one of j.

I At digging time the product of each Louisiana, Mississippi, North ,caro- an average of eight quarts of juice and the beautiful' young women of the -

,. unit is separately harvested, and lina, South Carolina and West Vir two and one-half ounces of oil. The southern states., accomplished and
a selling price! ef juice is basedon known.
orange widely
: further selection made from the mark'rd
4 '[ It has not been possible to obtain that of grape juice. After subtracting -
: units of all those whidh most
nearly reliable information with regard to all costs, even to the selling, TIME
the 'I
4. approach sizeshape and
moothness desired The selected: tubers of these debts, but it is understood the net returns are said to figure at DO IT NOW
should be numbered with both 1 that the loans were contractedfor about fifteen cents a quart, The Co-

'field and unit numbers and separately public improvements, juul do not vina company claims the following byproducts -
3 placed in small sacks. From each of include Co 'fedcrate bonds or war from fifty pounds of or Kisaimmee People Should Not Wait i
the units retained, ten of the best debts.. anges' Eight quarts of juice, valuedat Until It Is Too Late. -
-, With the of Alabama'sdebt $1.20 two and one-half of
< tubers should be selected for the next exception ; ounces I
I season's planting. It is desirable to of which no reliable information oil forty-seven cents"; dried peel, five The appalling death-rate from kid- &JULYLY

maintain the study of each selection is obtainable, the amounts owing British cents; vinegar, five cents; fertilizer, ney disease is due largely to the factthat. } _
pc '-- on .the tuber-unit basis the bondholders. are estimated as follows five cents ; making a total of $1.82, the little kidney-troubles are usually -

c:___' becausti it permits a following more accurate : Even if one-half of this amount could neglected until they become seri 4--

: : .- .comparison of the behavior of Arkansas, $8,700,000; Florida $7-; J be obtained the manufacturer of byproducts i, ous. The slight symptoms often give

; ach. 000,000() ()( ; Georgia, $12,700,000 I ; I.ouisl-I could be put on the basis of j I'place to chronic disorders and the sufferer Citrus GrowersOur

The hill-selection method consists in ana, $0,000,000; Mississippi, $7,000- great commercial success. This company : may slip gradually into some .
4 : OLIO; North Carolina, $12,600,000; I claims a process by which orange serious form of kidney complaint.If ,
larking the most promising plants .
during the growing season. At har- uth Carolina $ >OOO,000; West. Virginia juice may be kept an indefinite you suffer from backache, head.. new Spring Citrus Book entitled BE ON TIME is now ready.

: i Testing time save only those which, $15,239,370.= Totals," $75,239,370. I length flavor. of time, retaining its natural .aches, dizzy spells; 'if the kidney secretions It tells what fertilizer tp use, how much, when to apply, and many \ ,:

give greatest promise. Keep the Of these debts the report, which is are irregular of passage and other valuable points "
of each hill and signed; by Viscount Goschcn, the new What Italy Does. unnatural in appearance, do not delay,, on grove management.Send .

;,; the geny same data as outlined separate for the pro-I chairman, says. : According to experts connected with Help the kidneys at once.Doan's for copy and t also for our leaflets Acid Soils and Lime: }

ber-unit. Plant on the tuber.unit basis "It is. indeed deplorable that these this institution the benefits to be derived Kidney Pills are especiallyfor Its Forms and Effects.WILSON I :

l : the following season. For sake of uni.formlty prosperous and "progressivestates of from handling the waste pro- kidney disorders-they act where
,.a definite number o( tubers the great American union take no duct run into figures which are almost others fail. Over one hundred thou & TCfOMEU! FERTILIZER CO. :;'

-flve% orTnoresTibuld be planted steps to settle their defaulted debts unbelievable. What is dqne in Spain sand people have recommended tHem.Here's Manufacturers of Ideal. Fertilizers,
r' and it the least and Italy be done in California. a case at home: ;,
from each hill selection. From this seems, fo say of it, an can
-point on the methpds g-iven in the anomaly that the United States should Italy, the leading manufacturer of M. Cosner, 609 Mabbette St., Kis- JACKSONVILLE, FLA. t
xaber-unit work should be followed. insist iji compliance with its obligations citrus bv-products produces annually simmee, Fla., says: "I feel justifiedin I I :;

4.: The only requirements for the successful by a country like Santo Domingo close to $;,000,000 worth of citrate of giving Doan's Kidney Pills my endorsement .
practise of the two methods of \vher. so many of the states within its lime, lemon oils, concentrated lemon for I know from personal!

1' seed selections are a reasonable deCree borders are not observing their own and citron: juice, raw lemon and citron experience that this remedy acts just ,j
juice and and dried citrus fruit as represented. I took Doan's Kidney -- _. .
''l f. of painstaking effort on' the part engagements. green --
: I' v.f'the grower,. some twelve-inch gar- peel. During an Average year the total Pills when I vas suffering from backache !:-

,; ,;len labels a'small pair of Balances, a THICK. GLOSSY HAIR exports of lemons from Italy will and kidney complaint. and I t9t !

!**- sufficient' number of suitable small FREE FROM DANDRUFF amount to less than her total exportsof great benefit"Prioe : ;
<,.> '*eAts and a safe place in which by-products, which plainly snows. SOc, at all dealers. Don't simply -
tot ---
)!t' ,. {store the' eleded tubers until requir- Girls! Try it! Hair Gets Soft,. Fluffy .that the manufacturer of citrus byproducts ask for a >kidney l1Ithe remedy-that retDoan's D. 6. WIG m I INSIIIIIIOE$ flWY. :

,, .'" tL' the next season's planting. In and s..autlful--Get a 25! -cent may be a more profitable Industry Kidney J same .. ...
Mr. Cosner had. Foster-Milburn Co. j
_ < addition to this, the grower should Bottle "of Dande rinr. than the shipment of fresh "
it!<'i. Jiavc a breeding plat in which each I fruit. Props., Buffalo, N. Y. / Successor to Arthur E. Donefaa Agency V

>"t. "f ;.axaon's selections can be developed Duringvthe present season in Cali- CHEAP Roo.J( 9 \
If you care for heavy hair that glistens BEWARE OF PAPERS. Second floor Citizea Bank Building PL. 246'General
the ..
I .,i' :;' 'tip to the point of field-planting stock. ) with I beauty and is radiant with fornia 'northern orange belt, Located .
", t The selection of breeding plat need life; has an incomparable softness andis in Tulare and Butte counties, It is not the cost of the paper (the
-not necessarily be divorced from the fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine.Just shipped the largest crop in its 'history highest price is nothing), but it is the Insurance Business $
general field plat.' In most cases it one application doubles the which was dose to.6,000 cars. time"; wasted in reading matter of no representing the strongest and moat I:

-4-' :- -.can'be more conveniently handled if beauty of your hair, besides it immediately Florida also jr just completing its value that determines the actual priceof Reliable companies. '
it; is.a rpart of (he regular field. All dissolves particle of season of the -.r..sci'op in several a paper. Besides, these papers, getting ;

:that Is required is to set-aside as many dandruff. You can every not have nice, )"8&rs. Southern California at the less- than the cost of the white We will continue the Business of the Arthur p;. Donegaa Agemey (

'TOWS a* may be required to plant the .heavy healthy hair if hare same time, is' shipping yery heavily paper out of their subscribers< areob'iged without change Tour 'it; :
,. ;selected tubers. These should be bre- dandruff. This destructive you scurf robs from her unusually large crop. Weather to take almost any kind of advertising patronage is' respectfully. solicited.

Yerablr on one aide 0(.the field so that the hair of Lta lustre, its strength and conditions Ln"'the; east during the that is offered and hence, .. If

; they cart ,be,'more readily observed. Its very life; eauLJf. not overcome'it ...t few weeks 'Were very'unfavorable led *he reader.. if he reads them at all, ..,VVVVVVV1m'n . o..ooooo. .. -
The' may" "be ; the market .Aiwpped-untit. there) intO'fooliih 'It :
plantingarrows open iroducea a feverUhneas-and Itching of investments. Is only J. "W" ,
,,. .n4s.hrtIlzerdistzIbuteI with the tu scalp; 'the. hair ,roots famUh, were many hundreds of carloadDCanges of the paper that; charge a good price [ "' Thompson
I. ,,,1 I.{ .potato' planter by r.movlngth.-disks loosen and die; then the bair,.falU out sold'delivered" In Chicago and and'requires'each sabscriber.-to pay : RAY'STONE ,, .if; ,
',-, "and: .setting the plow a, .trifle deeper rastj! Surely get a'' go-cent bottle .f New York, for-less than the
illIow: Is "used .in ,covering, care Knowlton'a Danderine f row,any drug production and delivery.viWbh a*iwnber fake deceptive and immoral ady rtis.- ., ,
r. exerdaed: to avoid diiplac- 'r ,'. '- of. by-product plants., in operation . ad
puld < '! st.oreand Just; try,.U.t men| ::)VaJUace's Farmer. : : ... 'If.
w : A > ia thl State, jurinsual conditionscouldvery ... Tun '
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j:I an engineer your carefully expressed DISTRICT L. Overstreet. C. E. Yowe and ReT.

tL;: HEALTH opinion is accepted aft authoritative SUNDAY W. II. Ball, was appointed to serve fora

even if you do not reinforce it J ARE YOU A SLAVE ? I year beginning with April let. Thisis
'with your reasons for it. Give the'doctor SCHOOL CONVENTION a strong committee and we- are assured F
credit for knowing "his business !
: it will lead the schools In doing' '-

as thoroughly as you know yours. j 1 much progressive work in the coming
= IS MOST His profession is at least as important HEM AT METHODIST CHURCH months. It is expected that they will
I' What kind of II slave are you ? Don'tbecome imaginings, and who desires no free-
)to the welfare of the community and hysterical in the assertion of dom. SUNDAY LAST PROVED 'effect a county organization in. the
he, is quite as likely to have good rea- |I near future.
freedom for of these believe themselves
sons when he your independence, your ; i I Many
What mid\ about tuberculosis you are a very tare sort Of a person '1 respectable and worth while units in THE ARMY OF PEACE. "

PRECIOUS i and.may the possibility of lesseningits if you are not serf to some habit, *oo*taflf sociki-body; they affect to believe was a Sunday school meeting ,-t, ;'"!IAn
prevalence, applies with equal condition, some other individual or in | that legalized indulgence is above held last Sunday afternoon: at 2:30 p. Army of Peace! ry

j force to other diseases, all of them dividuals. Absolute freedom is a i I criticism; they practise religion ( ? ) m., at the Methodist -church, in pursuance That is what the American man* ilh
h",. more or less serious. myth. In character, mind or body and go their ways shaming the incontinence of a call of the committee recently sine terms Colonel Goethals and hU d

The records show that a large each of us is a slave. By what name of nature by a prostitutionmore appointed to organize the inter helpers who have been building the
I of the deaths annually occur-percentage is YOUr master called ? Are you the I vile than that of the men and denominal work. Most if not all, of Panama canal. .

; Therefore Don't Let Your- 'ing I in Florida are from preventable slave of drink, or of drugs" or of cof women who defy public opinion by the schools of the city were repre And now it is seriously proposed

\ diseases. Many useful lives are cut fee, tobacco, or of lust or of avarice, illegal indulgence. This is a hideousi sented.An that this Army of Peace be sent to
I short unnecessarily. II or of pride, or of anger, or of gluttony i j i sort of slavery. appropriate devotional servicewas Alaska to construct roads and rail .

self Get Sick If a man is a fatalist, who cherishes or of work, or of some man or 'I And the slaves who dig their graves l led by J. W. Prentis, representatives roads, assist in developing' agriculture

:, the idea that death is inevitable and woman or corporation, or of social with their teeth-the gluttons-what of( several choirs aiding in the opening mines, etc.4

1 that it might as well come to him onetime customs, or of superstition, or of fear, I of them T They injure themselves and .' music. ( Congress has appropriated a';considerable ; '

zWE000N LIVING THE SAME OLD as another, b e"fs past the reach orof opinion; T llow'Ja, your master their posterity and are thus as much "Ide&l for the Superintendents" sum of money for:Initial-niri" .
I of and if he will make noeffort named, and don't you serve that master a menace to society as some of the was discussed by Rev. Dr. W. B. With- vey. in Alaska with a ri.", .to build

WAY-CERTAIN HABITS !- argument to avoid, disease on his own account faithfully and well ? I more flagrant sinner They probably ersnoon, pastor of the Presbyterianchurch Ing a government railroad. Whynot ,,
BRING CERTAIN I he might at least have the de- Is there a man living who really is will tell you that they believe in ; "Ideals for the Teacher," by follow this with the able army of
DISEASES. I IDon't rency to do so for the sake of others', captain of his soul? Is there one God; but they locate him in the stom Rev. C. W. Crooke, state superintendent Colonel GoethalsT Why not utilise

-- who are compelled by the force of circumstances among us-man or woman-who. can! ach. They are a miserable lot of folk.I of the Anti-Saloon League who the superb public service machine that
sick. health. 'I to associate with him. look' the world in the eyes, saying: We find their animal type in the stys. j was spending( the Sabbath in KJssim- has been built up at Panama T Ii it; $ f

get Keep your in the To most of us life is a precious "I am free; I owe no allegiance to any They take on diseased fat through mee; 'Ideals for the Pastor in Rela- a matter of public economy to do tot ti
,.. It's the most precious all thing I vigorous health is the normal man or combinatioh of men, nor to any i over-indulgence at the table, or they tion to the Sunday School," by Hon.C. The development of Alaska will react c
lost your/wealth thing;
world. Once it it ,'Only the physirian's }''I condition! that belongs by right to all ) custom or appetite or passion." grow thin and wretched in paymentof A. Carson; "Ideals for the. Pupil" favorably upon our whole national
can not buy their debt to outraged nature. by Judge G. F. Parker "Teacher life. How else could the
skill backed by the willingness |, of us, but we take some big risks with Humanity cannot break its shackles? ; government t
restore it both which we wouldn't take if we II and in many instances would not care Their lips and nostrils distinguish Training," by Rev. R. C, Weidler; and hope to carry on this great work.>lf it" ;
kind Providence, can
of a Providence is on the ||, knew better. The medical profession ''to do so. Without servitude in a cer- I them wherever they may go. They "How Parents Can Help the Sunday undertake. it as now seems almost
and sometimes are not pretty to look while School by J. L. Overstreet. certain
is becoming more and more an agency tain sense we could have no society.We upon so economically and effective
other side. 'of sickness makes I, for preserving public health and af1 are gregarious and We are dependent they feed. Many of them fight this These discussions were eminentlypractical ly' as by employing the Army of Peace.,.

The prevention The best efforts 1 ;eady sanitation has become a science.. on each other. That sort of j slavery, and many of the break and followed by a little general We may .soon have UM for another:, ) !,
the cure unnecessary. their chains, becoming normal once discussion which from the indications not of but for ''i
the best doctors in recent The average Floridian fails to realize servitude may be dismissed with a army peace of war, the ,
of been directed toward the these facts. If he is able to read he word. We must pay taxes; we must more, or nearly so. woul have been prolonged and invasion of Mexico. But' this will be r"
years of health, and the workx ran not fail to have some idea of them, obey the laws, both social, civil and And so we might go on in this enthusiastic if time had permitted.The only an incident in the progress of the
preservation gratuitousand but he fails to give them due weightor. criminal, but these other forms of dreary cataloguing of the serfs of attendance was large and repre- world. Mexico i Is only partly .civilised .
has been in large measure don't send to take to himself a personal ap- servitude, what of them? appetite and passion; we might call sentative and proved our people aliveto as yet. They day of the Army'o(
because people -usually pliration of their significance. But heard especial attention to the slaves of this great work and eager to become peace is coming' for all civilized pec--, vdple.
ask his dvice We a fellow to a
for the doctor or even young say
holds victims withan
anger. Anger its more efficient in it. It would b.'fle. for the United
world .
need the is growing better morally.It the last ,
street "I've
think they woman on night:
until they themselves iron hand. It drives them with a The committee, which consists of State to take the lead in this.dlr.e.
.; it. They don't ask him how to keep is getting to be a more healthful got to have my 7 per cent solution of whip scorpions.. It compels their Messrs.. W. H. Jones A. S. !
J. tlon.-William E. Town
Nelson in
Nautilus.HOSE .
well. Usually a man believing himself world, a better place to live in, in spiteof cocaine!" She tried to induce him not insistent service, and the longer the ., '

to be in perfect health, has no idea the heavy burden of ignorance, wilful to get it. She called him a fool, and service the greater the moral deterioration L.-------, . .. -. .
need for the doctor' ignorance that opposes its 'progress. he was that. She begged him not to
,'i 1:; that he has any :"-""- JV :
'.. If we don't join the processionthat it. but he-
'. advice. gi' swore that he would haveit theslaves
professional Is Ho, Let; us pass the liar, the misers,
higher planesof
marching on The
individual who I couple'passed beyond our
There are some ;
of pride and superstition and
( summon the minister when they hear sanitary living, we will fall by the hearing and soon they were lost to other evil masters--what must we do t + GH $

I' (or imagine), the fluttering wings of way prematurely and we never will be view) But it i Is as certain a* anythingcan to bt saved How shall we cease being -
it the death angel, and tor the family missed; indeed the world will be justa be certain that he did get it They Slaves to our"'passions and appetites -
long as little-better because we are not. of it always do. They will buy borrow,
't. physician to postpone as posBible ? There is but one way, and that
and in it terrible
that dire beg or steal it It is a master.It .
the visit of messengerIn
is to--do it. Any man or woman slave
The the serious that
the confidence of health they have great problem demands a fearful price, and pay
can .break the. chains of habit whenever .
confronts the medical profession of
no-Intimate acquaintance with either day comes -quickly. It dethroncs 'the 'I r
the will is untrammeled; but one
indifference of
(Clorida is the
do realize that today reason with a, violence unknown to
nor ii
profession, of the saddest things in the world
contribute to make the inevitable the average man and woman, who are whisky and lesser drinks and drugs.
both might the realization that, in the case of one
demise peaceful if not entirely ignorant of sanitary problems, whodon't It breaks down the nerve cells. It
form of slavery above referred to,
care about them and who are so foreshadows
insanity and swift col-
painless. voman's only hope Deems to lie in the
.' it that the importantwork profoundly egotistical in their ignor- lapse. Its slaves are a fearful, piti- ..:
And so comes kiss of death. Aside from this exception t
of educating the people of Florida ance! that they is aroused won't learn.only by Such indiffErence - able, dangerous lot of unfortunates.Do omparative freedom may bewon.. 'oI ",

to preserve or to live up to the but too often it is the experience they desire to break their You will not find it in sanitariums or
standards is a labor experiencethnt I chains ? Very seldom. The "coke" I
highest sanitary brings to them the ending of all in bottles. You may find it in the arsenal -
of love, of sacrifice, of philanthropy.It's and calls, and they go. They will fight of your mind. At least you may I I
earthly joys
just human nature to get into sorrows. for it. They will, in time, be ready to find there the weapons with which

ruts, but the only difference between 10-CENT "CASCARETS"IF do murder for it. Often they do mur- freedom nay be won. It is the "I will!" I
. the rut and the grave is in the depth. BILIOUS OR COSTIVE'For der because of it. I or the "I 1 will not!" that must determine -

We go on living in the same old And the morphine-takers, what of he matter Other things are .j I: ee' _..-- - '
way. Certain habits may have failed ,Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, them? Another class of pitiable accessory, but rnay be helpful. deli -W1 f TiNt CONlIST.4 -RS. Fio-d.--- U"
the time to bring diseaseor Sluggish Liver and Bowels-They ;. adv..., 'ti..
to' present slaves. They, too, so far as the drug / n n ay help some; iuc for St. Cloud or
1 suffering to us individually, and so Work While You Sleep. is concerned, are liars and thieves, agencies may asisst; but after all is __-.. - FOR EXCHAANGE 40 aeres,
think if tiiink about it at all, said and done must do !it. No or Kissimmee property,
we and often led into the shaaowland ,
we are you [ TKYf1)R south of Orange e
that they never wilt The- newspapers _Furred Tongue,_Bad Taste. Indigestion df crime. The drug disturbs the mortal can do it for you. And thereis ,WILL. ..CARSQN. about' nemU _
1 i. close to -
are handling these Sallow Skin and Miserable Head- limit to do. That ANI NELSON MEDALS AT Center. The
.1r and magazines judgment, numbs the faculties aftera a to your ability : in clead.t.1water ,
liver and a
aches from and
come a torpid corners
sanitation I road
and ex
of health brief exhilaration. is practically remote in most' COMMENCEMENT.
matters Then comes depression \limit
Jr. 14tfHM
... ablest writers are clogged bowels, which cause your I \ lake. J. M. Willson, I t
haustively. The ; then the torture of desire cases. You may even stand trembling '
stomach to become filled with undigested -
, discussing them. The technical phrase- again; then, the battle-for these almost on the abyss of final defeat and still Y t Ullllllll 141Y
*- ology of the medical profession is food, which !sours and ferments always desire deliverance-and, "come back." We can't restore lost Last Frid'ay'the students in the -

'. translated for the understanding of like garbage In a swill barrel. That'sthe usually, defeat. Morphine is a sed c- tissue, but we may restore courage 1!ugh school had a try-out as to who
ordinarily intelligent men and wom first step to untold misery-indigestion tive master for avlong time. It is a and character. We may never become -I vould be permitted to -enter the decla- ? 6J

,: .- en. .We read these discussions and we foul gases, bad breath, yellow deceiver, a painter of splendid dreams, I what we might have become but!nation contest for the Carson and EASTER
skin, mental fears, everything that i ie medal be- '
understand them, and we- feel jsorrv a whisperer of false hope It lulls I for our abandoned vices but we can Nelson' medal.-the Carson
other fellow who" needs such horrible and nauseating. A Cascaret better( awarded to the girls'' an dthe Melon -
for the white it stings. It is like the fabled become a something Infinitely ng
'; counsel. Perhaps we clip them or send tonight will give your constipated vampire, which soothes its victim than a slave. We should be too.proad s medal to the boys-and the fol-

: I d him a marked copy. It brings to mind bowels a thorough cleansing and with soft-fanning wings while sucking -and too sensible-to let any' vicious!'owing were entered:
', the parable which ends with words straighten you out by morning. They away the vital blood.-making the ap- thing master us.-Dayton (0.) Herald.' Canon Mt'Cial-Helln Bass, Rows
: fool this work while you sleep' -& 10-cent box Schweikart Ethel Rob- COMING:
something like these: "Thou ; proach of death a something desired C Berry, Edna ,
J. night thy soul shall be required of from-your druggist will keep you feel rather than feared. These pale slaves EDISON DECLARES "REST" e!rson, Bettie Pherigo and Grace Winn. ,.

';. thee." ing good for months. > walk the streets; they are in our FLORIDA TIRING TO HIM Nelson Mt'Cial-Paul McKee Tony

'f; Dr. Woods Hutchinson is authority I WASTE OF ENERGY.The homes and our places of business. I Kogero( Ernest Oliver, Harris Downing -
'" 'I- for the statement-and he is backed Look into their eyes and note the 'contraction Fort Myers, March 26.-Thomas AI> W. M. Tiller and Frank Calking.
J, recorded statistics-that one 'per- St. Louis Globe-Democrat of the This contest will take place at the
by re-I pupils. I Edison,. who has been on a vacation
i i i' son of every seven at one time or an-,!!Il lates that Caroline Lockhart, the !. And the slaves of lust, what of I here for four weeks, can't stand the !f(lose of the school in May. SEE 'slat

.;, other in his life has discoverable traces elist, said on a recent visit to New them ? They constitute the greatest' "exhaustion" of taking a rest. He has '

rI s' of pulmonary tuberculosis, --consumption York: I army. Billy Sunday's army of drunk written to his secretary, William H. I OUR LINE OF
I -in.hi. system. If there is an "What amazing toilet the rich woman ' ards on its grand march to perdition Meadowcroft of West Orange, N. J.I .. .
,) . error in these figures, it is that tubercular makes today! Hex.bath and mas- would not make a respectable regiment that he's "all tired out" and "long for I UNCLAIMED I .f
/ people are more plentiful than sage require an hour; the coiffure de- compared with the army of those the laboratory." POSTOFEICE "Booklets

this. I mends an hour more; then there's the who slaves. to the vice of I
1"\21 are impurityin He he will home next week
says go
f: 's r.' The world 'over the great white\ manicure; then there's'th' *application its various forms. With the major although Mrs. Edison is trying to force ,

plague claims more victims than any before a Louis Quinze dressing tableof of this mighty soiled host .. Cards andNovelties !
" e (I I part marriage him to stay in the south. KUilmmee PI March *0. 1114A4viTtl :
t other disease. a dozen unguents and' cosmetics is a cloak, an excuse) a means ..-d ll.l for the two, wt>*k.
I" You don't stop to think that you ,1 I from bottles ,mounted in old sil er. which enables the exercise of unbridled With him when he return wilt 'goa jiding April K. LId:

!I( may be the one of the seven, yet thedlaoane And her actual dressing the actual lubricity and BgiScious; saturnalia unique COlIectiOftphonographic l 1 lllion. Mt.. Mary M' Elr mth. Mr '
discriminations. hasn't: records. Mr. Edison is a bird-lover, T. A. 1-t.
r' y make no I putting on of her clothes, mark that in comparison make common his Bel. Newborn. MI.. Lucy :
his Leon.
far as well as companions on vacation lien
Your chances to escape, so as you you, yet begun. drunkenness appear one of the angelic automobileman l.. 0.lren. Mrs. R. B. 1'' !. I IV
'l .ft" can see or prove; are no better than I "It all make me think of a shack virtues. Marriage shields 'more moral -Henry Ford, the USVhoTdeV. C Old.. MI.. Cl ..ry. We have Pictorial Review t

:t t: those of your closest friend unless or of your I one put up at overnight-in,the.prairie.I crime, more cruelty more lust than naturalist, and John* Burroughs the aged 1'rown. K 7. 'H.W. !Smith Robinson. ,At.oveil. win.. Patterns , s
'; dearest enemy-nO better. Vorf : rose at daybreakand washed my I I any other human relation; and here we r: lira' A. B. 'rTJ 'CI) 4.2y
,, m. personally take the care to make them face and hand in a creek behind the find two kinds of slaves--the brute whoa Several weeks ago they net out in Vnl i>. P. & Pryor. Mre. Roras') We desire to knew .
t"" .- better. For it is possible to lessen your. house. A' piece of burlap bag hungon all'brute the .slave to his owp; uncontrollable the underbrush of the Florida Everglades edwards. Elton.Cora Tracy.William-Mr Ml-e. B.! U that will you stock 'aay-
Miss we
t individual chances.. a branch and hosed this for a toweL passions and the'wretched a number of machine which ogan.t 8a r ,,! "/ Jlow! Then. I-took ..a comb from mypocket' partner who must, submit"-to degradation could be set in motion by a push button johnsdiu: ., Robert thlng in our let know ye i
I': ;ore:. a> By observing the conditions and y .. who must in the ,a mile away Tbele-were for the B. B.. 8IM > oN: will Just us -
t, 1\ surroundings in which the disease "A boy of twelve bii been,watching satisfaction, of brutal instincts engage brutal- purpose of catching the songs of the ,t" Pnetssaeter.the" what you deaire. rh

;,;. 'thrives and increases most and me'with, a cynical so l.. When ha shy swamp bird The experiment was
rapidly and that oftemperament
,'f tjnost''fat&l1yJ.' and by;, such I, saw myLeomb.apper he could restrain exploited,,'' tohyiical regardless condition: successful and scores of strange bird i .cJIECJC.ERSor at Dixie W. wish. te. serve ,... .s ;'

!t'I conditions. ? 9ntlt requi*** the.trainL -,I himself no longer Jit gave' a laugh of the absence or*right and'wholesome songs were obtained.. -Metropolis, i. It was Sambo that.was bemoaning ,
; I;L'. ", ed specialist to observe these condt'Uons -{ scorn and veiled: %.<* desire rdJe. of:pain and ,disnst the fact that Tie had forgotten tot fasten - :

.*... .taulllgently, to Dal7H the,I I ."'Hey, lady,'ain't you. ..a good deal and soelafckness( A,.. *' T,., .'yyjg3gAL; .TBEATMEKT;: the door of his chicken house the: WENNERSAWYEIVMMMOAWttt .
J r.: anuses* and from a.lawnrled of.the '.' trouble to yerselftV' _' to'coelne'to"morphln- : '- ." ,. ,. night' ; .before"Were' they stolen" j : .' ,
The'lave I ; *
;)"" methods by.which the diseased tran"l]I 1'E' .17'wtf.e..' tolls her.. husbrnd"thatshe ; wbiskyto any and all other fermsof '"Mrs/Brewn has- the kleptomania.Indeed ." he. was .sked.yNo. ; they went; home.,. "I . . . .
to rive Intelligent! ;- . \"
xnitted. she fodU-
what is taking
. fa hotter- than the slave to,theblaelr ;
.h. could have something
certain dangers in which the >-wishes "' the Pfctfe .
(I .avoiding leeks good to h.rjv ? Illt IIECKEB8"st t ,Friday- . .
steed*' of passionaslave' who "Anything -- --'
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p ? The Kigsiihmee Gazette 1 1-Traces of oil.l1..e been fO\ln'i near; 0d0044040d .+. .4t'. : :. ere4_re4Jjn-.conjunctlon;: heredity I ',it'-. "I iI i-;:,

Valley ]I Kissimmee, and'that town1,'.is'' now-oil Poverty ;eity streets'.bad associates I .'" .. .'-i'
crazy Tia just as well to go daffy O LETTERS TO TilE. 'oOo' the earny' loss of parental tnftueft sc .LOOK I OUT .. ,. ,p
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E'VBL18HBD'fItVRRY! RJnA v. "JI'CR JIIf- AL.Lfliv j 1 over oil -as we suppose.. -Pal VALLEY: GAZETTE EDITOR O l lack of.noipe Influences, the early acquirement !:!NrI

; ) : !, 4oNCEOL.A C()UN"l'T, FIA11t1UA. I,11 l tka Tlmes-Terald.. . ..,. of,ricious habits, may undo ''h': 'u ,
...... .!i'r'' ...., 'I'' ".. ,-- 4,60400d 4o..4o>440b04 P the breedingof: centuries,"-Tampa .. ,":\.
Owner ,i We'v had an' .idea for some time Thnea.: 'I ..-.. '-
f.. w. B. HARRIS ? . .. CAN'T GET ALONG "- ,, :,
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,." that Harry Brown was under cover Three Pounds
S. J. ,TRIPLETT _- .- -- - Editor I i with a whole bunch of boodle and WITHOUT THE GAZETTg.Rlv.e ATTORNEYS. WOULD HAVE California. Prunes. _- .._,...,, 25". ;

( -=. .::, :.: ._ ... ::; ;: .; _.: nowthat he has taken-to aeroplaning:, vllle, W. Va., March 80, 11t14..1 DIVORCEES WEAR BADGES ? .j '

''fiPUB8CRPTON/ JIATKH: : On. copy, ono )' ,. ._ -,' : :;. _. .11I.1\(. I we know, he! is in -milUopalre class. The Kissimmee Valley Gazette' "Divorced ought "taTitoar Two 2' 5 ''j
\. copy, nU: ra<.nthn________ ___--- TBon* copy.! .1 hr..* mmsthe. ... . .'M ---000I Kiosimmee Fla. person a Fancy California.. Peaches C '::>,
. -- .--. What used to be the South Florida Dear Editor: Enclosed: find-one'dollar badge showing their separation' from '
... -- -- ----- === -=:-=--- the state of .
- matrimony. oughtto
uxo'pt auth ,rli( l '.. l lnti most t All rnrnmuntratlmns from our \ < < eorr |Min< bl! displayed Just is displayed 2
stlvned by.the writer. I prise, and the subscription price is renew my subscription for on* y(wr. as crepe Cleaned Currants. --___ },
llejected matter will nvt Iw r.'lui-m-il, f ,;I. .. .. I have lost a relative by death. f '
."'" changes. i I think, cannot get along very well One Po'uni C -
(Entered nt the 1'Uxtfrfde! In Klsnlmmciri..rliln.: MM N,.< "''<'l-<-liiKM' mutter ) o. ._ +-___._ j j without the weekly visit of Tho Kis- I J Warwick: M. Downing, Denver abtornsy Rumford Baking Powder. ?t\J\s*
: ':'simmee Valley Gazette. I : is opposed to suppressing divorce -
Went to open the Sanford Herald i, certainly I
FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1914 and the heading Kiss struck me a side- 'I,I appreciate the reading of the Gazette, cases in and he made the above Five Pounds .
suggestion the matter. $1 '
since it gives the news of old discussing ___ '
swipe. Thought: it Was another case my Peaberry Green Coffee 'i>
.r ::::. of Holly-and then the' paper wholly I I friends and acquaintances in and.about j Divorces not only should not be sup- a

ff IS IT IMPOSSIBLE FOR THE TIMES-UNION id CORRECTLY CHRONICLE (|I I opened and I saw .the rest of the line Kissirrrmee. pressed, he thinks, but they ought to Two-Pound Can 1 QC it
1 was KinMmmee bores for oil. It wasH The past winter has been very severe I be advertised"as widely as possible."Of Best Pork and Beans____ .

. 4,; NEWS WHEN THE RAILROADS' INTERESTS: ARE INVOLVED? happy relief.- Palm Beach Pout.I here, and I think the coming course, said he, "I suppress.divorVe .
I .' 000I -'- t'winter I shall spend in Kissimmee, cases when my clients ask me to
I t. -- -- -- I I There is something/ wrong with the Fla., nothing preventing of a serious do so, but I am opposed to it. Whena Groceries Guaranteed \\r;

In theput t the Valley Gazette has religiously refrained. from taking part make-up of this country when. fifty nature. Yours very truly couple is courting, they are not
ashamed that should know it.
-'-_- discussion liberally indulged in by the FlowU-pttss regarding the i 1 j,I thousand coal miners are locked out j MARTHA. J. ROLrE.I They show it everywhere.anybody Then when ,A Beautiful 39c .,\,
__ _.
'1 of their job because! they ask a small'i ----- Roma Ivory Jardinier 1:
.correctnees 'o( any statement the TimesAJnion made either in its editorial or' they are engaged the announcement is
advance in and it's to the I I *' ''
i I pay up government KISSIMMEE! SHOULD (
11 news columns when the interests of( the railroads were involved preferring to i to get: at the root of the HAVE HUMANE SOCIETY made in just as big letters as the A Nine-Piece $1 50 \
in I i newspapers// permit. When the Caserole and Bean Se
leave the que.tlonin more able hands, but 'when an article appears its cause. '
: I wish to make the announcement marriage ceremony is performed, if ,
columns, purporThAg to be written by a resident of Kissimmee.' : giving an ac- I|| That electric) line between. Sanford i i regarding the fact that we would like they don't get their pictures in the WORKS OF A-RT-

: count of( a meyti"ngSf f the Railroad Commission held in this city on the 26th |' and KisHimmee, must l he built. The j I to have a humane society for the prevention papers and the names of those present,

; of March, which account is so misleading that we are (forced to enter a protest. I capitalists, who are he'italinover; it :I of cruelty to animals here in they are disappointed.. Now, 'isn't the A few Odds and Ends in Men'sWomen's and wi

'l } *L' In the first place one would be led to believe that the author of the article may regret/ their delay some day. It I Is ti Osceola county. Such a thing/ is very divorce just all important? Isn't it, Shoes :
beneficial matter of fact ? '
p to the welfare of the community as a more important ,
,a_,, was a resident of this city, whereas he was an attache of Times-Union and 'j i I clans; \ encouraging are thinking to know\>out that it. different Out of a I ; also such persons as wish to If a woman doesn't rare enough abouta -AT COSTTAYLOR'S .! hAT (.

kl was detailed to the job pf trailing the commissioners and writing such stories i|It the multitude we will probably realize become acquainted with the ways, customs man to live with him, or- vice versa,

s' as would pass the censor in the managing editor's chair of the T.-U. the road. Orlando) Sentinel., and habits of animals, and would don't vou think they should be willing -
? .. j i like to become interested in their welfare I that the world know it ? They were ,
Second the last section of the heading reads "Clear and comprehensive
would be obliged with such information tickled to death to l let the world know ,
statements show the justice of their petitions for relief from operations of (hit W" see by the papers that Cartoonist as would be of great benefitto I that they were engaged and then mar- i
has the of
Taylor begun publication
: act." and the body of the article bears out the statement in the head. The II periodical( l at Jaglown: and calls it them. I ried.. Why not tell the world about )

that th of the railroads, "fell down"on I We have a stale humane association the divorce ?
L \ facts of the case are representatives The State. So far a copy of it has
here in Florida, with headquarters in It strikes me that as soon as a divorce -
; convince the simplest-minded I not found) its to this office, but I
, i every point, and failed in every instance to even way i Jacksonville, but the ladies of Kissim- is started it would be the proper

r+.-1.7-" - person m Ihe audience thaftherC was a scintilla of -eqUIty'on the railroads'con- .1' around then I guess to before Mr. Taylor the supply will is get: j mee would feel more inclined to conduct thiniy to VOrtiM03 it. if the newspapers Phone %50. Quick Delivery. c. --

! "I? lentipn. There was not a question asked by any one of the people's representatives us exhausted I such affairs( as they deem necessary would 1 not voluntarily give it publicity. -

Id f{ that was satisfactorily answered, and if it had not been for the timely .:. i i by their own co-operation. I And then, bv all means, after a 424 BROADWAY
j The of th. divorce is actually granted, get
could as
name society be
I t interference of the chairman of the Railroad Commission more than-ojicethe S. S. Griffin has announced for the <
mentioned the O. C. H. muc'h publicity as possible. Think of I
I It 1 as ; A., with I|
t I representatives! of the railroads would have been placed in a mo* ridicujous legislature over in Orange: county, and | headquarters at the Chapter House, the embarrassment it would save. I I
will in all pi-oliaftllrty be Joe Hugh I
t I I ; position. To illustrate a representative of the railroads made *T k statement ,,'Ree.."',, partner in shaping legislation |I with a president, treasurer and officers Friends wouldn't., -making the mis- EPISCOPAL" CHURCU. '

( r that it cost 72 per cent of the gross rate charged to haul freight om Jack- :1 at Tallahassee next year. Sam has who could have authority con- take of referring to.the deposed spouse
(ferred them With compliments, thinking they
sonvile to Tampa, and in the next breath claimed the roads mad money when j It i three brothers living: in Kissimmee veterinarian upon who by is legally able and recognized pleasing the one addressed. They were Sunday next is the Sunday before
I competent -
IP a hauling at Copper cent. of the cost. When asked hoW this could be he suddenlyif i:1 whirh is evidence! that he is a goodman : 'to give such information to the would know the separation had taken Easter, commonly called Palm Sun-.
and should be elected. Services will be as follows:
t E found himself'in a devil of( fix, and but for the timely interference of Chair- parties concerned. place and would take oare not to re- day. school 9:30 Holy

j't f' ...... u,' ..uu'u. : ..._.... u uv. v. vv.,.. That was certainly- i a- humdinger- :. po- DR. GEO. NASH, V S. | fer idea to to it. show In fact additional, it wouldn't evidence be a bad of Communion Sunday procession, : a.and m.sermon, ...,

''J r1y' The honesty of the question the equity of the question was settled before : Infest stunt Claude L'Kngle pulled off < PIGS; AM: BABIES. I I divorce. When dear ones dieVe, wear 10:30: a. m. Evening prayer and ser-

:1 Q this meeting was held, but that has nothing lo do with the distorted manner i when he did the Stephens act in the crepe as an insignia: of our grief. Why mon, 7:30 p ..m.Next .
i fl" !House of Representatives on Monday not adopt a badge for divorced I i week is 'holy week, every day
r in_which the Times-Union handled the case. in One cannot raise hahick like one can per- being a holy day. There will be eu-
" n A man a wheel chair always at- I When
sons. home
women or
.. Every person in Florida !knows that the Times-Union Is the property of I tracts the sympathy of the people, I raise" pigs. from a divorce court, let men them go wear a char "Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday =

!i l' the railroads, and its editorial expressions would naturally favor its owners even if he doesn't say or do much of l'igs pigs, but babies are something i I I.badge that will indicate the recent divorce. and Thursday morning 10 a. m.

know that the of anything but in this instance WP are : Then let Evening prayer at 1 6 p. m., except
but everybody dots not it goes to extent falsifying its news ; Take pigs of a certain breed and it be announced in
,'. inclined to believe. that Claude fell on all the and let the badge Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.
columns when the interests of its owners are at slake.y feed 1 thehv' alike and care for them papers serveas Friday ts Good Friday. There will
the right side of the fence.
a protection against friends who
y The writer some years ago was an employe-of the Times-Union and is ,v_ alike in every way, and know pretty haven't read the be services at 9 a. m., noon and at 7:30

;1': fairly well acquainted with the heads of the different departments and it is I The dispatch from Key West states i well in advance what the result will ,be. ---papers. p. m. -Saturday the first vespers of
. Every will eat alike will thrive
hard for him to bring himself to believe that men like Willis Ball and Major that Malone was unanimously endorsed alike, look'alike pig and when, they are FLORIDA OFFERS BEST LAND Easter at 7:30: welcome.p. m.

" S, Harrison far sink their and manhood become for congress\ by the citizens en be TO BE ACQUIRED SAYS VISITOR Everyone
can so individuality as to pliant ready to slaughtered, they will very W. II. B. PRIEST.
j masse, and we expect he was, but .
r tools for the sake of( a small advance in salary. J' when l He leaves Conchtown he'll find nearly tip the scales alike. "Florida is the--first state that was '

ro But then, a newspaper that employs "scab" printers in its composing room .t a fellow up here by the name of Sears j No Babies so witH born the to a human husband baby.and wife discovered, the last to be developed, THEN THEY PARTED FOREVEK..

.t I can be guilty of any crime in the ethical decalogue. that has been endorsed by everything reared alike in 1 and the best to be acquired" is what
, I that eats, sleeps, walks or talks. The every way, brought up Waldo S. Burrows tersely said yesterday They had quarreled, and that fiercely -
In connection with this case we herewith reproduce an able article from under the same influences, will rarely
I ( best thing Malone can do is to pull 'I be alike in afternoon during the course of a and they sat beneath the lustrous
the Tamps Tribune: I out of the race and apply to Joe Sears i: any particular. j short talk with a representative of the moon, says London Answers. Frigid
Some be
1' for the postmastership of Key West. stout and some will be "Times.Union. Mr. Burrows is the head silence rei,.,,(d.
I 4; "The recent hearing at Ocala, before the State Railroad Commission, on -- -, ---z. :: slender; one may be a blonde, another I of a firm of well known fish, oyster "What a starry night!" he venturedat I-

i ,\ the petition of the railroad to be relieved of the long and short haul act of A. D. Miller is the latest Kenttrcki- ,'a brunette. One may be short and and sea food brokers of St. Louis, Mo. last. .

", the last legislature brought out many interesting facts. As the Orlando an to connect with the Florida press: I I another: very tall. They will be different lIe has been sojourning in Florida "Passable!I" she snapped."Do .

Sentinal remarks, the railroad officials present were entirely/ unable to offer having joined hand with C. E. Woods i in dispositions and in natural during the present winter, and has you mean the North.Start"
any justification for the many inequities which were shown. The Sentinel gifts. One may be musical and an- .
in running the Eijstis. Lake Region I other been more than ever impressed with' "I'm not blind! T
goes on to say: Haven't as yet had the pleasure of eptirely unmusical. One may the possibilities which he has seen "It reminds; me of you-so cold and
f The vice-president of the Seaboard Air' Line was asked if the Seaboard I meeting Mr. Miller, but expect to on be exceedingly neat and tidy and another here. distant!I"Indeeda '

had ,any Justification to offer why his road made the people of Ocala pay the 8th, as Mr. Woods has guaranteed | slovenly. One may be fitted for "I have told my son to sell out, lock, i I little less snappily.
I- fifteen.cents a hundred on fresh meats from Jacksonville to Ocala and charged I to have him on hand at the organisation one thing and one another. stock and barrel, and let's cometo 'i "Do you see this rose?" he asked. .r
only eleven cents on the same freight from; Jacksonville to Tampa: He replied of 4he Lake Region Press association So there can be no set rules for Florida," further commented the. visitor -.I "I'm not blind! reiterated.
o:+ that he could offer none. There were other questions of like I bringing up a child, especially in" the "- iil
purport in this. city If he is as good as to the state. (low beautiful and perfect it .
1 and similar answers. The hearing developed sufficient evidence to show,that Woods, itts' a team that can't be Meat,. feeding line. A special compliment was paid to I[' This also reminds me of you in its '." "I ,.,
rate-making has been guided by the' old and unjust rule of assess as much 00 If children are healthy and normal the delightfulness of the climate of sweetness." rr(! r 1 ..

freight as the traffic would bear Florida has suffered these inequalities and Osceola county Is talking of organ in every way and are permitted to Florida, to its soil andother things 'A tremendous smile flitted over her J' :,

discriminations for-many many years and it is good to aee that the railroads izing a fair,association., The Sentinel have i' 'are being brought to an understanding of their unfair tariffs. The Railroad doesn't doubt the ability of its enter berant spirits demand they will not strong mood to become a. Florida "Its shadow is the color .of your .

;M ,.- ? Commission can certainly not grant the carriers release from the operation of prising neighbor to do this, and to need to fletcherize their food to digestit booster 'just as soon as he can cheeks when you blush." he added.
I' arrange
S the long and short haul law Minder the testimony introduced at the Ocala make a splendid exhibit, but we would and if their digestion is good it the details of his business in St. Louis. "And yet stilj) more does it resembleyou.
suggest to them that it i is better for j I matters very little how heartily a child Times-Union. ." -
Osoeola i may eat. 'If 1 the digestion will measure "In what ?" she asked
- to send her exhibits to the I way quite
fair in Orlando. Thirty thousand j i up to .its appetite we would pro- A woman can get as much kindly."It's.

''I WHY NEGLECT OUR PARKS? pie saw her display at tjie recent fair.peo- (I nouncit a healthy child. out of -tears as a man can out of relief'r artificial! he said, with a
It be remarked that flesh- words.
Could she draw a third of this number grin.
: ... eating animals pat ravenously. It is
t .J-', We note with regret that the grass in the parks along our I beautiful Broad- to be Kiasimmee considered ?also.The These investment are friendly is to I nature's way, and when we. get down .- -- .--

way is suffering-alid dying from neglect for lack of water to keep it in a hints. We don't-want to lose Os-- I| very close to nature we are not very
healthy and condition. : far oft the track.
growing ceola's fine exhibit from the Orlando !

S (, }> The; city owns the water plant and also the parks. The parks have been event.-Orlando, Sentinel., j: punishment We cannot than imagine'a to much greater '
I compel a strong, '
<' --'..Irnri'd' demands it. Now what ---0-- and a peat cast of Broadway
'i: rrtilltlln'CtMf'oY'4n'o; 'hfiD.PCcasion} we vigorous healthy child to mince and
' The entry of Editor J. H. Reese of
' tubers With Thomas h W. Ross favorites in the
be the
selected for the next eattipTn''hr Ala-tarn the Orlando Sentinel in the for I fletcherize its food. won
r season's planting. It is desirable to debt, of which no reliable informat member of the legislature race makes It is not only a punishment, but we derful drama of heart interest

S q s, maintain the study of each selection 's obtainable, the Amounts owing B' three editors to throw their hate into ':||, believe it to be injurious and will soon ,__ and stirring situations I
on the tuber-unit basis jsh l bondholders result in invalidism.
the are estimated
following as I I the ring and the campaign is in its I
air season because it permits a more ac lows: infancy. If f this thing keeps the | Children must be fed and reared according -
curate comparison of the behavior of Arkansas, $8,700000Florida legislature become up i to their differences and several -
J may a regular
; ach. Ii I 'Checkers'"CHECKERS" '
c ; 000,000; Georgia necessities, which are always very -
12,700,000; Lou i press association and the state would I .'
---:7Jte:: hili 191edi n ethodlcTJnsTiits: ini ana., r,000OOOr) ; $700) be the gainer thereby. Triplett of the great -
t- Marking the most promising plants 000. > ; North Mississippi (fj Kissimmee Valley Gazette and Woods I What may be perfectly right for one

ri '''i' during the growing season. At har South Caroltna; $6,000,000; Wellt'Vi>{i of the Eustis Lake Region are the other child may be all wrong for another.As ;

\ vesting time save only those which ginia 16239370. Totals, $7.5,239,37 two scribes that are casting long- "we said in the outset, "pigs 'is as a Book and Play Has Delighted'

1 I I give greatest promise.: Keep the pro- Of these debts the report, which ing eyes Tallahassee ward. -Reporter, pigs, but babies are something else. Hundreds of Thousands, and as a Moving Picture Play
H:,;::f'' v geny of each hill separate, and take signed by Viscount Goschen, the n e-Star. Pigs can be raised by set rules, but in FIVE GREAT PARTS is bringing delight to Millions.
t the same data as outlined for the tu- chairman. says : every baby must have a rule of its

y3tf ,1 ker-unit.: Plant on the tuber-unit basis "It is indeed S. J. Triplett, who is well known in
deplorable that own.We
:- .4be following season. For sake of.unijormlty prosperous anti progressive states the,*this city, is now located at Kissimmee, are reminded that "man is won- PRICES : JO AND 20 CENTS "'

? a definite number ot tubers the great American union take cFla.4and\ at the present time is ellga"ed ,- derfully made." Every man is fash- ..
-Rve d1 "mor_should- -be- r" in running for the legislature ioned on the model but in all
,t. planted Siena tft 8 UI!!, their defaulted in same ,
i: s1 from each hill selection. From this and it seems, to"say the l least of it ''that: state. Before coming to Wash- the World no two are alike.-Ocala
> point on- the methods given in the anomaly that the United States shot, I iington--MI". Triplett )held many posl- Banner. Dixie Theatre TonightfCSERvE

r- :tuber-unit work should be followed. insist in compliance! with Us obli "tions of trust in Texas: and 'ha. been i

at, 'f', .... 'The only requirements for the sucessful lions by a country like Santo identified with International Typo- THE CAUSES OF CRIME.
,, \ed selections are a reasonable de. borders are not their\ ilyeare. Mr. Triplett will doubtless im The
observing superintendent of the
I Wisconsin
M'r' '';cree of painstaking effort on the part engagement" ow press upon his colleagues the neces- for the t .
hospital criminal
t ?';*t the .grower, some twelve-inch garden sity of spreading upon the statutes of has been insane

,- labels, a small pair of balances, a THICK, GLOSSY HAIR Florida many of the uplift laws -now research and making for years thorough
investigation into the
?sufficient number in force in Wisconsin
of and
suitable California.
small FREE
DANDRU causes that lead to crime he hasI
,r' aacks and a safe place in which to ----- .. Washington. (D. C.) Trades Unionist arrived at and

,ed tore by the the selected next season's kubers" until requir.G.irl.1! Try it! Hair Gets Soft, Flu o 'I i'I, suits.k some very interesting re- OUR.
planting. In
,1.. r and Beautiful-Get a 25-cent S. lie has studied the history pf the -
Addition J. '
to this, the grower should Triplett, Kissintmee's noted THIS, AD NEXT AD .
Bottle of Danderine.If cases of murderers that have |
't.r .*avt a breeding plat in which each editor, is a candidate for the legislature ,269
.*. ':,I\\ p,...son'a selections can be developed --- in) Osceola county, and we wish I'committed-I the institution, and he FOR THR
w top!l to the point of field-planting stock. you care for heavy hair that gli i to state that if we were trying to pick ,i I has found that 41.5 per cent. used alcohol .
.t The selection off breeding plat need tare with, beauty and Is radiant, wi i our real live ones to take the place oft to excess and only 12.6 per cent FUTURE fORt
i i ''- necessarily be divorced 'from the life; has an incomparable softness a the thirty-centers who composed a were total abstainers. Nearly 60 per ,, Q.UAIttmRtfERE1f

'.eneral, field plat. In most eases (it Is fluffy and lustrous, try Danderinean ? majority of the last legislature, we cent were under'the influence of liq-
,' ;be more conveniently- handled if Just one application doubles! tl would grab off Triplett first shot. He uor at the time of the commission of .
4si 1 St is.a;part of the regular field. All beauty of your hair besides it lmn has the courage of a Neumidian lion the crimes'and nearly 30 per cent .. DISSECTED

If that is'roquired is to set aside as many diately dissolves every particle (I and the disposition of a grizzly; bear have been previojisjy arrested. for .
,TOWS at may'! be required to plant the dandruff. You can not have niq when aroused to action, and can look drunkenness. So mUCh for the "tem e - -

selected tubers. These should be pre heavy, healthy I hair If you hai any durn scoundrel in the eye every perance feature of the investigation.It HIND-QUARTER BEEF.: .

, x ,,>jferoily OD 04. aide of the "fold- so that dandruff. This destructive scurf rot f I hour of the day or night and tell him was also- discovered that nine- --' .. ,A. Used for porterhouse.. and tl.a Round ueedfor horned
'\\4' .,they can' be, more readily observed the hair of its.lustre, its atrength an I what he thinks of the subject on tap. tenths of the.inmates had been taken trloln roasts and steak beef and stewlijgif. -. .

f JThy planting be open, Ita very Lrf., and U' not overcome'|i i Here's our vote and influence. TrIp.-,. from school and put to work befare r.ett..B. Rump steaks and corned ... .., Shin, used for add t ', i
fifteen oT soups
'ft-"aM-lertili.: serdiatrtbuted with the produces a fevetiahrr.aa-and Itching Sarasota San. years age. Abouta >>...*. croquettes. ,'.,"
-4.t. planter p; 'thee.hir ;,rootl lamia? r* third had never been to school at . :
+ .
4o .by
.)i9 removing the v "
ta{: 'diiks 1 loosen all one-half did Sc".. C. Aitch-bone. used for bollr.ett..0.. Plank,
.' nd. and dl.: the a the Mir ,;'a1l1 REGISTRATION NOTICE. not go beyond the fine for boiling or
setting the-plow' trlfte 0
,.- deeper.) and pot roaata. .
,5 It is '..Iid.LD rea" fqt, $ a'26-emit Botts' ---.- 'fourth grade at school and only 3.2 drying. { ",- .
l'' 'a11ow!,covering cUsputc-, Knotvltoq's zja.-J: .I roae, ..ap y dru Notice is hereby given that the reg I per cent finished high schooL ..D. Buttock used for roundteaks oJ ....**..'i:; -HR. a.! L Ua.d'tor corned.1' gip;p,; ....:,"::.

r .:"" ,1.k', so0dpl, : I' .tore. nd Ju,.; ,y'g' a'er istration books for Osceola county Thus was it shown that intemperance sad bolltnr.\_ beef end for' 1' :: ,

'. , ('I will be opened at my store in-Klsalm- and ignorance were, perhaps I pressed__meat_ ,".,.o.r.t '),'.
ts iY i : '. 'UellHe's beeomi : I mee on March 16th' hointly responsible for .itbe. ;. ,." '
tQkgR'M08QUy0'B'A1T: !) ; "igreat t .rite. as required by greater '
tainer law sod will close ISth. portion of the criminally"'insane iIl33 Headquarters foeiFIIe-goartersad Iliad.oarter .Beet,1 'iJj ; .t-ait.
since ; .
\ tb he got his,aoWmobile.", I April 0 , ,,
k waa' Ci t2.'Sta :L 'Gr tt4tC.W. of.Wa institution.. '
t ene. GRIFFIN
WIl1Lm.. M. B\ '.u. s. "'Sqmlo'1' He-ha"Ypu dog.*,. blewoutl say ao."_near.. I ,*>'' 8P rvior of Registration."CHECjJKERS .- :learned investigator, says ,that; Bas & Bai :- : ; : ii Broad c': : J..1" J.4 4h :
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,AfPR' .., ' .1q14 .. _. -- THE KISS1MHEE ,VALLEY .G TTI'ft "A' l'1.,

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Z: :THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE I 'Clay Windell.of' JPhiladelphia: : 'has the,regular'mofithly'' .. ofth.; J. M. Wflhionr..wboown. a beau- REGULAR'MEETING : :

... ,' ''CephoneNoii.: ) .. : been enjoying-,summer climate of dty council will be held Tuesday nichtr tiful home on Aderhold street a coupleof : 1 :
: 1 i[ slii nln? Kissimmee' planted! a raspberry cuU iWIDs r .
-vt : this week when officer ago _
r* and think it ia the newly-elected! year
J ..
': "i' Published) Every FridayBy. ,' far superior the, Quaker'City. "' be sworn in and the council reorganized ting and Monday brought branch ,OF! STOCKHOLDERS ",, .. ,

-... W. n. HAHRIS... beside other matter of important tram the bush that was sixteen :feet ,
I . Ernest M burn of the ,. inches . -*" I "" ': .
-" Windy City will| be transacted. long, the tip- Just. ten long ? 'i. i THEBtelronjfES . '
;:::: was a visi or in' Kissimmee Thursday ... . and contained seventy-two berries. OF: GRAYSTONE HOTEL!:' CO. WILL ,. 1- \ ;

: and prefer .-ourclimatetothatof, The regular .,.on llyt1n'li of the Still lome people, think' it, necessary.; ,.BE HELD AT GRAYSTONE J ,
Chicago. ,I, American Woman' League will be to N.w/ sJrmey-. bogs to raise 4 : :
Weather'ReportL held at the Chapter ,/house"on ,next that fruit. ,.. I, ,HOTEL ON APRIL' 14..
F. M. Brooks ot Tampa came up Monday 'afternoon at 8 o'clock, :and S- C :; :
L this week to get' a good breeze from the members are requested to- com Grapefruit.and orangesare fast fading : .
the daily'tem- off the lake and enjoy the great out. prepared to pay their dueL: away tor'thi8'.Mason, :yet while The regular, meeting of stockholders : : .
of-doors for ,a while. the trees are blooming Lincoln .t- the of the Graystone Hotel'companywill ;
peratbres and precipitation as c N. L.. Bowman of 'Akron"Thio) ha Manhattan the people keep rooming. be held In Kissimmee at the ; '. ,
reported by the Government Theyjdoaay that there is a good been enJoyin&Glir; pleasant- climate They) sleep sound at
time coming and"we will all be happy: here for some days and thinks the It prices are rl They know all their m., when permanent officers will tEthto : '
at Kis1mm e-tor the The .
station when the Manhattan 'enta be elected and 'and Says : ; !
restaurant ,r ets far Mirpasaes that of northern Ohio, dollars and don't go for high by-laws adopted ;
J week ending April 2, 1914. its Sunday clothes on. 15-11 where snow covert the ground for agreat rents, when they can get a 'good room I to this meeting til who desire to sub- .. .. '
of the winter :scribe for stock or are friendly to the
part, for fifty cents. 16ltJ.
Max.Mln.RaiqFriday S. D. Decker the'man ,
: who fur company are invitedr Frank Muni : .
'; ___u__ 81- 60 ... nishes the legal knowledge' for St. Elder W. T; Blackerby, a "holy roll- D. ""Woodbeck has growing in To enable those who are not possessed ., '" _-t-7r

f $ Saturday __n_ 85 63 ... Cloud was a business visitor to the er" preacher of this county, was triedin yard a mango tree and W. B. hil'' of any great amount of this ,', . : .f ."..1"f"- '" ,, .1

l Sunday __ __, 87 68 i city Monday. the county court Thursday morning has an' avocado pear tree, boUI- world's Rood to become interested in GOLlJ,,"If! '
i on a charge of lunacy but was discharged which are now in full bloom and gfve this gigantic home enterprise. MEN 0
; ; Monday u__ _- 86 63 . Jas.and Tison, a prominent fruit- grower as to insanity but held on an every promise of fruitage. These shares will be sold at par which is -FLORIDA. NOT IN ,MINES BtT'f. .",
trucker in
;c J Tuesday ___u_ 86 69 _n neighborhood the Narcoossee buti- other..charge pending an investigation. fruits are highly tropical, and it has $(QI.! and a payment of $10 down will FARMS. FISHERIES .

:'. Wednesday _n_ 81 62 .*._ t ness here was transacting, heretofore been thought that they be accepted. This stock is subject to AND FACTORIES: \ :;t :........'- :;
yesterday. W. W. Bonney the man who is ,
Thursday ___ 85 65 could not be grown, in Florida exceptin assessment of 10 per cent, but the 5 A
n h bringing Orange Center into ---- "
.,. Mrs. E. Dale is spending some timeat prom sheltered places or on the extreme company guarantees that thirty days pubHaheri* ..'(!
,: 'H and fruits and through
made trip
vegetables, was a \
grow recently
ten months
Miss Lillie who is teacher in the giving a purchaser
; - high school at,that a transacting business in the city Wed- The' flying machine barracks' at to pay.for his stock and thus: describe the. ttate l in *n ar-'L i , .

..-I-ill 11111111111111111111' I I place. nesday.. Shingle Creek are at a complete standstill -I A s i hktboan repeatedly stated in-: tide In Munsey's Magaeine: \\!,' '
. The ninth grade of Osceola high as. well as the coming factory, these columns the Graystone hotel is "Florida is one of the busiest most <1 ..
LOCAL : school is arranging. to entel't4in'"the H. G. Dietrich} of SanfordtheCeL.cry and those. who invested now regretthat one of Kmsimmee's!! biggest assets,'and enterprising and JI108t. prosperous of \\ ', -
! THE! : HELD.: I tenth grade with a picnic at Oliver's City on the St.simmee'John's'has dropped I they did not take stock in the ': it would be inconsistent with the gen- American states.. its town and cilia k-.:: ,

island tomorrow. down to see Ki grow this Manhattan restaurant, where they eral order of things did our people have in five years doubled their;sice. (f1' ". ,
week. He realizes that ours is a hus- could -ret "'011 "dinnerdend" once in a I permit outside capital l to acquire this No other state produce eo much! phos- \i \; Iphate
T. M. Treiber of has tling little city as well as his own home the rosin or *o f'. i
_IIIIIIIIuISIIIIIIIIIuIIIw. I Chicago been while, for they do say dinners are I magnificent property, and we are satisfied cypres lumber : '
TJ_ basking in the sunshine of Kissimmee town. fine and well worth the money. 15-It they will not as there is enough many Havana cigars; or grow so f 1 '
H. Brokaw with Griffing Brothers during the few and cotton. And # ." :
past days en- in Kissimmee to build dozenGraystoJes. much long staple perhaps
G. M. Taylor, the North Broadway Prof.' R. M. Evans principal of, OsI I money a or ,," f\;
i the tree people. 40-tf joys it immensely.Miss no other region in any part : ; \
has been the sick list for
I grocer on ceola has been I '
high school appointed
), CHECKERS" at the DixitS Friday. Catherinee Saunders bookkeepers some days past and a part of the time teacher of science in the state normal I I The people at the head of this com the the world of, has life so with nappy the a business blending! energy of- l 2 "

\ of the Tampa Telephone company, confined to his room but we are gladto school to be held in Tallahassee this pa yare strong, both in business ability joys material
John Heist of ML Dora was a busi-i spent the week-end with relatives in note that he is able. to be at his summer. The ,school will open June I' and money, and that fact makes that creates progressand
modern civilization. .
nevH) visitor in our city this week. I this city. place of business again: 15th and will last! eight weeks. Aside the investment in stock safe. The officers "Men fInding- gold. In Florida -
are now
.1. T. Watson of St. Louis was a Miss from the remuneration, which alone j dent W.are B.: Mskin 11. W. Thurman' presi-- not in mines, but In the foret-. . .
Annie returned
Crowartie to Hiram Moody, one of the largest I makes the appointment attract! it ; on, vice-president;
- ,tor in town during the past vis-I her home at Shingl. -Creek Monday, cattle owners on the Kissimmee u a position of honor and shows:ye the R. I)., Porter secretary; C. A. Carson farms, heriesend factprieSjI in -1fot..aIL Nevada
1 that-wai-.ou'nd
H. R. Carter and R. O. Ba'rfield after a few'days pleasantly spent in prairie, came up from his home at esteem in which Mr. Evans IB held by 1 treasurer, ; Arthur E. Donegan, P. A.'ansAgnes and the gold Arizona last for instance t
and : year
Jos. Thurman direc-
this (..ity.R. Riverview, Fla., this week and spenta '
the leaders in matters, educational of
from St. i
ln>ie this week Petersburg.; I ; to ra. would equal the wealth that went to
I few days attertdihg to business mat- '
: the utate. Florida for her fruits and vegetables; ,1
B Woodham
... i bookkeeper at the
' ters.
F. A. Rose of St. Louis was among I of Alaskan
would the total
. the of our little city this week. Citizens bank, spent the week-end the A. A. Clmkenbeard of Chicago whois nor output -
guests thecigars
J. M. YOWELlRESPECTED mines be enough to buy
" guest of his friend, Desmond Little, C. N. Smith of Williamsburg, Ky., spending the winter in Florida, arrived gold .
M. M. McRae of Moultrie, Ga., wasa at his home ne af "Narcoossee.Isaac has been looking over the beautiful in Kissimmee Wednesday and of Tampa and Key West.

visitor here during the week. prairie lands surrounding Kissimmee l is looking over the city with a view to "There are enough golden orangef.
Levy of Jacksonville spent a and drawing comparison between this and ha his ,, ) CITIZEN OF OUR and grapefruit in her' this win ,
engaging profes-
Wm. H. Clements Of Savannah was part of this week as a guest of our and the rugged hills of southeastern sion locating of Mr. Clinkenbeard CITY LAID TO REST. ter to pay back the price-five million;
this city and likes Kissimmee better dentistry. dollars" that the United State paid
among the guests in our city every Kentucky.W. -
the best
stated that Kissimraee
week. time he comes, Spain for the territory in 1821. She-
J. Sears candidate for congress looking city he had seen so far and Mr. J. M. Yowell one of will have enough cotton and tobacco. .
Ed Hanley of Tampa spent a partof C. S. Bowen and wife of North and J W. B. Harris will leave by auto would more than likely decide to locate mee's highly respected Kissim-I, both of the highest quality, to bring'

this week very pleasantly visitingour Manchester, Ind., were visitors in this next week for a tour of the east coast, permanently. at his home, corner of Verona and five million'more; and the lumber-that'

quiet little city. city this week and are very much going as far south as Homestead, and Dr Geo. Nash our veterinarian in IJillmKham Ut, Wednesday from thai Floridians-shipped-from,. thcirflvel '
pleased with the outlook here. taking the train there Tor Key West. in Bold for ten. .
in receipt of a letter from an unclein the effects of an operation. seaports one year was
= been G. mingling II. Teagle'of with the Valdosta citizens Ga of Kis Don Selver suffered a broken right They expect to be absent about ten Australia asking as to conditions Seine three or four weeks ago; h* million dollars- _ ,-J. .

this week. arm Thursday morning as a result of days. prevailing here, such as weather, had two toes on one foot removed and Phosphate is probably the most -
simmee cranking his automobile--the engine"kicked" health and character of soil. The doctor the wound refused to heal and blood precious natural product of the state. .
Mrs. Charlotte M. Chandler of Bos- back on him.. A great convenience to ladies' who like all other Kissimmeeites believes poison was about to result and his It is a plant food used to enrich,; the- '
ton IK a guest' of the Graystone this come to town on shopping expeditionsis this is the garden spot oi the physician decided that the only way soil. A village\ doctor was the first to I
to be found at'the Manlattan hotel
week. Only eleven more days before the earth and of course, has written his to save his life was to remove the discover it thirty years ago, and alncer ,
-- registration books close. Remember, opposite the depot where they can uncle to 'come and spend his remain- foot, and on Wedncaday-that was done then Florida has sold sixty million dol-;. .L

Hyman Wertheim of Atlanta was this is the last chance to register be- rest, get and a lunch leave or their dinner at the res etc. ing da'ys in a land where peace plenty by Dr. Rivers assisted by Drs. Hicks lars' worth mostly to Germany and .

among theguests of our city duringthe fore the primary. taurant packages and happiness can be had for the ask- and Geiger. ether! European countries.) This ..unt'8eems
The more the merrier. 16-lt but it is trifle"
week. ing. The operation was very suc'es.f.ullyperformed large enough, a
Work on the new water well for the Jas. A. E. but the advanced years and compared to what Florida will make:
O'Berry accompanied by
A. U. Carmody of Jacksonville was city is progressing'' nicely and now ata L. Peeples chief engineer, of the Kis G. E. Mattocks at one time a resi- coupled with the weakened condi- from her phosphate when she' learn '"

.-.pcndipjr a few days with our people depth of some 400 feet a stream of simmee Valley railway, came from dent of Kissimmee but who for the tion of Mr. Yowell was so much to use every ton of it at home, enriching -

',..this week. about 1,000 gallons per minute is flowing Whittier by automobile yesterday.up Mr. past year has been engaged in put- against him that he failed to revive! the soil of her own farm"and gar 1

his ting Mt. Dora on the map in which) from the anesthetic and breathed his dens."Whafwith. "
Chlss. M. Monsdoca of Narcoosseehas Peeples was on way to Tennessee,
effort he 'is proving most successful, last soon after the operation was com this buried treasure of
in the where he was called by a telegram
been spending a few days and William who andf
Chas. Montsdoca soil
the riches of
announcing the death of his father. w as in the city Monday, greeting his pleted.Mr. phosphate,
ijty this week. have charge of the nursery of the numerous friends. Mr. Mattocks stated -i Yowell) was about seventyfiveyears trees and Water*' and workshops, and

C.eorge;. 'W. Tucker of Dade City _MnrpnOHMM___ _______? Farm_ __ _n And____ Townftit_ __ ___n_ rnm-n_,_ Scarcity and hio-h nrices of chick- that many people from the north of age and a member of the the earnings of the tourist season,the" :

has been enjoying the surroundings of pany at Narcoossee, spent yesterdayin ens are." great purrl':-tftjnany of our and west had become permanent residents Christian church. He leaves behind people who now live in Florida havera .
the Graystone this week very much. this city, making the trpi by auto. visiting as well as home folks, and of Mt. Dora during the past win- him five children to mourn the loss ofa yearly income of more than $1 5.-- 1,

what's the cause of It? Why 'Lincoln ter, and that within another year that 1 kind and loving father. 000.000. This amount, we may observe -' J "

It. T. 'Coldwell of Atlanta was a The board of county commissioners has got in the hen roost again place wouldbe second to Orlando onlyin I'' They are C. E. Yowetl and H. L. to countrymen of Ponce de Leon,, .
guest of the Graystone during the will meet Monday next in regular and is serving them up at the Man- population in Orange county. Yowell, both employed in the Waters- i I. very nearly equal to. the .present'
session when matters of extreme importance of the ,
governmental reveaue kingdom ,
hattan everey day. 16-lt Carson Grocery company, Miss Emma
to the county will be acted Claude C. Gordon of Orlando spent Yowell. a teacher in the public high of.I paln. ,. . .. .. '._.- L '
Edwin C. Jones was down from Atlanta upon. Mrs. Diadama C. Wheeler, who has Sunday .in. .Kissimmee with friends. school -of Kissimmee, and Miss Mitti "H I can be-said tba;''IIO outer' BmW
the winter here will leave Mon- Mr. Gordon is an enthusiastic booster and married U farther from the gates of ,death
admiring our attractive little O. B. Ogletree, representing A. A. spent Yow ll of this city a
day for her home at Bradner Ohio. of the.Valley section of Florida, more Mr Jacob of City. than --Florida. Her average annual
city this week. Simonds &: Son Co. of Montgomery, daughter, *. Haynes :
particularly in and around Kissim
death rate i about pin in a thousand.-
.. Mrs. Wheeler will lllinoil *
Ala. selling machine knives this carry an assortment Mr.;>Yowell tame her from
v. ,
Riley Godwin; one of the leading office a call Wednesday in the interest of fruits and vegetables that her mae, and, ('like everyone ''who visits and stayed wme four or five year and and'she ha seventy-one veteran who -
V Whittier northern friends what this Kissiirtmee, was at a loss to Know why but decided have rounded out a full century'andare .
f cattlemen of i ia in the city ofhis company, may see returned to hi* native tate,
<: "
this city didn't improve its most valued of '
land the
today section '"'during the winter to, return to. the state'of, hi. still in the living. "
asset-the Jake front,.."When informed c She allows the soil and the ran'
J. B. Tuggle, representing the' Virginia months. adoption, and about twoyPJ'8.go""- :
Thomas'H. White and wife of Cleve- Paper company, was in this city that this was on _.ofthe next turned here again, where he remained shine to work for you every day: ,;ao

land, Ohio, are new arrivals in this Wednesday calling upon the trade and De Wilton Alderman of Bassenger moves our city fathers would make until hi. death occurred asstated that..farming become, a contlnuou+-.. oJ, _
city during the week. paid the Valley Gazette a very pleasant came up to the city in his Hupmo- and that money had been appropniat.eJfor above. performance. If one crop fail- there "

call. bile and spent last Saturday attendingto the preliminary work, he was highly The remains were laid to rest in I* DO need to wait until next year.: You:
W. E. Blgdgett and wife of Fari- business in this city. Mr. Alder- elated and predicted greater thingsfor Roselawn cemetery th/i presence ofa can plant a new crop tomorrow.5CIIEOKERS"

bault, Minn., are spending a few days Mrs. Harry Rogero, who for the past man stated that; he would probably bea Greater Kissimmee. large gathering* of/ sympathetic "
very pleasantly in our city. few weeks has l been visiting her parents candidate for county commissioner friends who had accompanied the remains at the Dixie Friday. :
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Lupfer, left from his district at the approaching Messrs. Oscar and W. E. Lyons and '
R. L. returned froma to its last resting/! place. WANTED Twenty-five to fifty men. .
W. Detwiler of Lakeland was heie Wednesday for her home at St. Au primary.No Gowdy Wednesday I ,
,)n a 1 jsinesr" and pleasure mission gustine. trip to Okeechobee, which was madein The Valley Gazette joins with the women or children, .white or colored -< .
during the week. ice famine will occur this summer Oscar Lyon's automobile. They entire community in extending sympathy to pick beans on Cypress is
from here Kissimmee and to the bereaved children.PARTICIPANTS Boat leaves dock at 6S0:
went to land. city
F. E. Collier who operates the still as a report from Barre, Vermont \
Miss Madeline Hill of Na ;,coossee for the NarcooHBce Farm and Townsite gives the thickness at five feet on several from there via Whittier, Fort Drum, ---- a. m. every day. Wilcox Bros. 15-lt.. .

spent{ o few hours here Monday shop- company. at Narcoossee was in th&city rivers but Lincoln of the Manhattan to Okeechobee. They had a pleasanttrip IN store room '
RENT-One good
our dry goods houses. except one day when it rained on
ping among Monday looking after the spirits says it.will take large quantities -
and warehouse cheap. Apply 'to '.
them all day. They had remarkablygood .
market.M. of it the
The school board will meet in regu- way guests are start- DEBATING CONTEST R. S. Floyd. tr
luck, as they did not even havea .
ing in his iced tea frozen
such one puddings -
and transact .
lar session Tuesday D. Tindall prominent fruit grower cream etc. 15-lt tire puncture on the entire tl\\ p. FOR EXCIIAANGE for St. Clood or
business as will Come before it. and farmer of the Ashton section, They saw much to interest them on' .
Kissimmee 40 acre.
XT.. W. Thorne of Atlanta was spending was in the city Monday looking into' H. Edmund Swabey is performing the trip, especially great quantities of THOSE WILL TRY FOR CARSON' about or one mile property south ,!or-OranD..:r-, r ..
here the citrus fruit market and paid a the pleasing task this week of deliver- game, put as it is the closed season to'railroad '
a day or so very pleasantly AND NELSON MEDALS AT Center. Th. land 1 I. close
this week. pleasant call at this office. ing checks to prizewinners at mid- they did not kill any.- i-New Smyrna CoMMENCEMENT and corners in a clean fresh ,' .

winter fair held at Orlando inFebru- Breeze.W. | water lake. J. M, Willson. Jr.. 14-tt.
Eugene Swope 'of Cincinnati has Rev. B: H. Guy, after filling the ary. The fact that the fair officers -
J. Sears of Kissimmee has an
been spending a few days very pleasantly I pulpit at the Narcoossee church Sun- are prompt in paying the cash prizes nounced himself as a candidate for Last Fri3ay the students in the Htllllflf h*

in our little city thi week. day, passed through Kissimmee Mon- awarded will go a great ways in making to succeed Representative high school had a try-out us to who
day en route to his home near Whit- congress
the exhibition a success next year. Mr. Sears stands in would be permitted to. enter the decla- ;
doWn this week L'Engle. high
1!;. M. Vesta was tier.
from Nashville, Tenn., and wishes that O. C. McLean and C. D. Carroll, who Osceola county, where he has lived fora mation contest for the Carson and i EASTER *?

., he could spend his dals:!; in Kissimmve. 1:;. O. Townsend and wife of Mcnx-: operate an extensive turpentine plant number of years past. He is a man Nelson medals-the Carson medal be- ;; :
v field, Ohio, have been enjoying 'the Narcoossee, spent Monday In the of clean character and reputation and ing awarded to the girls an dthe Nelson j.

II. H. Mase and H. Cannon of Miami y-ood old summer time weather of city heart The spirits market, those "gen is a lawyer of more than ordinary abil- medal to the boys-and: the following ....

were registered at the Graystone this: Florida that has prevailed here since tlemen state, is looking up somewhat ity. He has also devoted a great deal were entered:
week. their arrival this week. and beforelong the operators will be of his time toward the cause of education Canon Medal .Helen Bass Rose .
bearing diamonds and having held the office of aupenintenient O'Berry, Edna Schweikart Ethel Rob- COMING !
C.: F. Thrasher; has installed a 24- W. G. Forehand of Louisville, Ky., frappes. drinking of public instruction of Os- I erson Bettie Pherigo and Grace Winn. .
inch galvanized iron ventilating stack was in Kisaimmee this week and the ceola county for three terms. The Nelson Medal-Paul -McKeo Tony

for Reed's bakery. 3-It ; contrast of the climate between the The Saturday before Easter the ladies Times would be glad to see a central I Rogero, Ernest Oliver Harris Downing

Falls City and our beautiful town on of the Methodist Missionary society Florida man represent theEourth District W. M. Tiller and Frank Calkins. - ,- """'"-
Parties desiring to participate in' the lake is very striking. will have a sale of,aprons caps in the house and hopes that Mr. I This contest will take place at the -

the primary must register before I I J. J. Griffin, engineer on the con- and bags and good things to eat at Sears will visit this section of the east close of the school in May. SEE .

:April 15th. II I struction train of the road which is Palace Drug Store. By patronizing coast before long so that we may havean -

Braslt of I now being built from Whittier to Bas- the sale you way save yourself the opportunity to become acquaintedwith OF
J. C. Hardwick and Henry OURLINE :
tioullc of Saturday baking and help him and convince ourselves that UNCLAIMED LETTfRS
this came last Saturday and
in Kissimmee sengere up
Tampa were visitors his the society luildirg: fund. 12;; ft he is the right man for the place.- '
few here with
a days family.
weefiT\ for a day or so. spent -
).( Mr. Griffin states that 'the workof c:. E. Holtsclaw returned last week Melbourne Times. AT THE: POSTOmCEKtmmlmnti Booklets f

M. K. Shull was down from Orlando construction is now progressing from a business trip to Gulf Hammock OPPOSED cyl.' auto for sale cheap;

during the week enjoying the gentle smoothly and that about two miles'ofthe in Levy county, where he wentto overhauled with new gears fly- 'I '
zephyrs from our magnificent lake. road has been completed. look after a real estate deal. Mr. wheel in right place for motor boatif Fl_, March 10. 114.Adv.rtlftd Cards and :

of Mansfield, ....::. ..: Holtsclaw brought back with him as desired; fine tires top and lamps en<1liifc April It.list 1>14 tot: lb. two week I
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Mrs. J. Humphreys a trophy one of the claws of a black Address or call, 7 West Robinson MI. Mary McKlrealh. Mrs :
Ohio-arrived in this city last Sunday I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 11 I I I 1 I I bear which he stated he killed with a avenue, Orlando Fla. 15-lt-pd 1 AIU.o"He I T A Noveltitst

. and was registered at the Graystone. pistol, and which weighed 410 pounds. Allen. Leon Nrwcoin. MI.. Lucy
--=--:"' ---=-- Augustus. Nets Ustccn. Mr.. R SBerkrholder. j

Frank Chambers: of Baltimore and likes is I fresh Milk Sausage onions.,jportierhquse steak pp.p,004.o..4,00,*.. Brown J PX:. C Olds.Robinson Miss Will.Chrry We have Pictorial Review .- '

topping at the Graystone baked beans, nrflasses cake, 'fni.fchicken Car1.<-r. 10'. H Smith. T. M, Pattern .A w.
the climate of Florida much better pork chops oysters, pie, pigs' Covell. :Mrs A. B Turner. Joe tDunlap. .I) .'s
than that of hi* eastern city home. ' feet fish balls T bone sirloin and ijG P. Thrasher P. C. Pryor, Mr. Ilosa ,
Wet to
Delivered YOUR Door | Edwards, Elton Tracy, Mrs. B.! L.HOllran. you bow
M. T. Anderson of Apopka was a at round, beef tongue, broiled fish, hot .. Mis. Cora. Williams. Miss that we will stock anything '
cakes, or other good thing from Johns Miss Sad*. Lady.
caller at this office during EVERY' DAY any in oar .
pleasant lOc to $2.00 to make agood meal ofat Sheet Metal Worker Johns. Robert. .. '
the: week; on his way to.Tampa on a ; B. B. SIMPSON1. will Jostlet. .a-. ta .w .
the Manhattan. }6-lt. what disire..
business trip. Postmaster. :yoa

P. Wallace of vO. .. Tampa; wa visitors among'I I lOcaQuart., ;.j time.Kext for.Sunday the semi-annual"afternoon' will election be the of j j Steel, Ceilings a Specialty \ ""CHECKERS' the Pixie "'dar.: W.CIskt.s.rY.7.L" : ; S f

"the throng of out-of-town visit to Klssimme Phone 225-W : officer in the Layman'* Union of Klahmnee I. It was Sambo' that was bemoaning .. .' .t1 I'' k'
that ;*o much enjoy a there be .., he had to fasten
I and should *Uarg* I the fact that forgottea
;.'t';' *. attendance of duly: Interested .... : 401 .Clay Street* Uv door.ofbIu chicken house the WENNERSAWYEIi6,1OADWAT

' "Mn I* L: Baker 'of''jiailiva' ; ML,, ''L'D.;'
. ;arrived Tuday.aDd; i. spending a ..'! ." ' ', .,:.; >". .Thi aaaocUtton i* in Mflourishingcondition ;JL.i.FJLt: :,. r be,wa*asked.' '''No; they; went,home." .jC(; : -
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.. and doUf great '" > '
'pleant .wt.fn'W.AIUMY, .Ci-- .t.- '" -f $
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at Friday 111 Ml 111111 l'M-1111 > !
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D& e. 1,;;. lYA (( : . 1OTWIOrArPLI! ATlO1'f.t' ..I.IFe. ."errICIII.. ] law until the first<< _DUal raeetlnc" : "of" ..
: : \; Notle* t* that on-Mon th* stockholder m- -,f"f
c' ;?),"/i ,PhpaIj and ;1 SAVANNAH'STT' \r...,De.4 .If.... _.etI.e. a1e mad day April her.beriv.n'. uaderslgned Article 1*. ...
: "", 8 IhrAverage : ...... ......... .
'J n I 6Ta.. .;0. el SbeClats wilt apply to.tI,.- governorot Florida Th name and residence of th. '
I e.; . .t F1.rlda. for la4ter.patqrut, upon thus proposedcharter. subscribers to the** articles of incorporation -
,' of which- the. following la ,. together with the number of
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... :tT Xi.simmee Notice:' Is hsrebjr lven' that Mrs. F. true copy. th. original of said charter shares of the capital stock cubsorlbed'by ; i.
;, Florida H. .Bruns, purchaser of tax certlflcatj} being now on file In the secretary'of each set opposite their ,
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I FLORAL : No.:r 114 dated the 84 day of July A. tate's. office at Tallahassee Florida! a. fallow: '<,>,
: D. ices ha. filed said certlAcate In hiyoffice J. C. LKDBETTER.BUNA J. C. Ledbetter Klsslmraee. ten. -,
'. ,.. ,..,-. and hu-made application for tax' F. L.KDBKTTER Euna F. Ledbetter Klsslrome. Bfv"VC. ,\
: deed to. Issue In accordance with law G W, pI/OlJNT. .. ..- ,-1
.. :{W IMJ'HONI \\\ Blount. Klsalmmee, :
1 r : .Paid certificate embrace ilta following .
't ? : : In witness wheredf we have hr*> ?
described property situated..In. o. eol&
unto set hands and seals this "
our S7th ,
1 County, Florida, to-wlt: PROPOSED ,, I ., /JDKNT1ST: PAGEANT LiOt .number 47 section JO'townshipIS -.fb.- .t day of February LEbBIeTTER AD.' 114 i'
J. C. I Ses"s
: SI east, according tq OSC ROLA Lt/MBKR AND FCHMITI/Mn (
< $ : Katz Building. ;r raM S EUNA F. LKDBKTTER(8eal( ) *
,,' ; Upstairs.4n the c on file In th* COMPANY., t :
_ ; \ ornciuaI! I l If a, ni. to 12 m, office of the clerk.of the circuit court. I C. W. BLOUNT.' Seal)/.
: : {r ,1:30:: to 1\:31)\: p. m. Tha aald lot being- assessed the dat. The '.
undersigned do hereby associate
\.. ,_ J. of Issuance of said certificate In the State of Florida County of,
.. ).T1ellhoD (). Th _J un_II. Ur City ManBacksDp,. Hundreds of Machines Will name of unknown. Unless said certlfl. beoomlnK themselves. together/ for the purpose of. On this 19th day of March A D. 1>14,'
msorporated under laws
cate shall be redeemed according to7ih o.t..lolI'lda) the befor me. a notary public In rand for .
., : 1 tax' deed will Issue thereon on the"' ,"lo be known a* a eorporatlon, for profit the state of Florida at large, personally '
: jjR:4/. CARSON!; as the Oeoeola Lumber and
: day of A A. D. 1814. Furniture' appeared J. C. Ledbetter Euna F. Ledbett.r *
:, Witness my hand and official .eal at of Company, subject to the lawacharte and CoV.. Blount well known tome
\ t ,.; . DKNTIS'I Be Inline Klsslmmee City Florida,. this sUb day .ld.a. and: the following proposed! and known to be the persons-who

... '\ (:" of March, A. n. 1914.J. Article 1. signed the foregoing proposed charter. ,.
'j OVKR8TREKT. of the Oseeola Lumber and Furniture
", The
.: :<,.Omce; over ColoV Jewi-ln. Store OffIcIal. ) Clerk Circuit Court. Lumber of the sM corporation' shall be company. and who. after being duly.
. :, FLOATS WILL BE ENTERED BY ( Hoal. ) Oseeola County Furniture company -
worn each deposes and say that they
"i Office Hour.s S 1Oflice :2. I it. principal place of business
't '.f'; 14-4t Florida.INOTItK : 11I '
CITY BUSINESS BODIES RAILROADS be In Klsslmmee. Oseeola signed the foregoing proposed ob.rt.r'of
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phone the Oseeola Lumber
; and
J count, "Florida but the board of directors Furnjtui'ecompany.
i.t"I(iiaa may establish branch offices at. ''purpose. .
the-re-in .
F. .1-- administered.lurt'xlrui ti"n nl h I .. _ OF "'ow Deed Vartrr-Hrrlloim\ KT4 .mmiJSTO .be othuer-Cla-et4frorn--tlme dcalrcd. .., to ,time as.may expressedQlven :under my* hand and official seal *
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A PROGKAM-OF YES. Article 9. this 19th day .of March. A. D. 114. .:
(\ of Florida.Nrilleu .
The general naturo of the business Seal) RUTH THOMAS
; Whon it come to buying piece of "
:lR. II. S. GEIGER a TlVITIES FOR NATIONAL to I be transacted by said "corporationshall : Notary Public State at Large.
AMI! KUROfCOHCitizens Is hereby given that Mm F. My commission expire April 11 .
IMItMUIAft be the 1t11
I owningand
ot' _
that has been operating;
propel" ty sadly neglected I DRAIN- H II runs, purchaser of tax certificate LKVVIS 0'HRYAN. Building mills and
saw novelty
works manufacturing -
/ No. 799. dated the 6th day of July A-
: .XT E WEEK. buvlnif Attorney for Incorporators
Kissimmec, Florida \ 1 To my personal knowledge there 1) 1SH9. has Hied said certificate In inv or selling furniture
building of houses and other
b \ -'- oflTh and han made application I I ru'r structures
CfResidence. lire numerous' 'valuable properties (tux d,,M'd| to IHHUC In accordance with | of any kind, and the manufacturing .
M'honei; : Office 297 or I SaMtnnuh Ga., April Promising la H Sit.Id e'"brnc ti h t. follow buying. HfllliiR, and dealing In any and TAKING HIM DOWN.

j.f 266.(; M-Un ( lose to Kissimmec.which. the owners, to equal in beauty, originality of design I UK, dt'aert bed u oiu-rty si In all kinds of materials suitable therefor;
: '. and general artistic effect the :),, :!.,, ., county. "Hloi.Uia. tow:t''d to acquire.: purchase' or otherwise own The wealthy young man from..the '
for vitiious would like to sell or tjold., sell.-convey, exchange lease.morlifiiKO. .
4 reasons lot number 28. sectIon 20 townshipi5 East End became smitten with a mere
justly famous flower pageants of the ;! dispose of, trade. and deal In

j .. T M. RIVERS. M. 1 1). lint have not bean, favorably con ld.d Pacific coast cities, the first automobile -,i the! south plat I of rutiKu- 31 o eaat according Hie In the to real eState or .oUier property. persons'or wofking girl as the tale is told. Ia.'

floral undertaken in 1 I off letof: th,. clof'k qf efh.olr court mlKi-d; to survey, sub-divide., plat.ImllTove the enthusiasm of the moment-he proposed \
parade ever
: ? : PHYSICIAN ami SUKGI.ONOOlcc : : ei"'. < simply because they had been so the south on anything'like a preten- The snlcl lot belnff assessed at the date or otherwise and develop, and. do for and purpose'ofsule perform to marry her. But to his in..
of I..u..e'f said certificate In theiim
over Oseeola riiarnisxvPHONKS much neglected that the prospectivehuycr Uoiyt scale will be i held in Savannahthis ,' of Oeo 'V. \VashlnKon. Unless nil things needful for the development tense surprise she refused him, says
I I Improvement and maittiKement of the the Cleveland
\ Plain-Dealer.
said certltlcHte shall be redu 'mtd
month during the sessions of the according -
I Hpkld"n'p' 1>.1.1I lins become discomfited same for residence trade or business, He
upon to law. tux deed will Intfii. ; thought that she might be awed
; I : National Drainage Congress, April 22- to 'conduct a general real estate orir.k.rage
r (JIIII'I" II thereon on the 27th day of April. A. I D
by his position and address and world
l lness. to ,
innMilenng, the amount of work en- 25. 1 fll C. >u act as agent
-I broker attorneyIn.faa", for any persti..firni Iy possessions. So he talked human
With unbounded zeal and enthusiasm \'itiLai my hand nnd official f-nl) atKlHnlmme
# litilcil in making the place present- I "- the Daughters of the American of Alaith. A. D, 1914. IMK. pledging and dealing In real estate .

W.o"NN til..lo l Revolution are going forward with J. I.. OVEHST EET. and p'raonatHOp..rt, establish\ > or Its aec..asorlpa democracq.,r
-_. the ((liii cia\) Plerk t'I rcul I CourtS : to construct operate see he said. "You refuse me
and It
---' ; arrangements, can plainly .
; .
I'HYKICIAN and conduct shingle mills saw mills i
< .*H). ) Oaceola County because am rich; and you are poor-
be semi now that their efforts will be ..dl'dlClnand draining plants and systems
Office 2nd Floor Wilt on. Building.RSMIDBNOK crowned with success. The parade 1 C.41 Florida and to manufacture and deal inIauber. because I have birth and position
croHs-tl and naval stores of while is doubtful.
,c-J:: your ancestry That
PHONIC hisMiijiirn' ... I ui) awato of the fact that very which the Daughters are promotingwill !\oJTH' OF AI'I'LICATIOM all klnda. to do any and all other acts idea is
...' OrricK.. promt ''7 i' iur. be patterned after the parade und thtnjcs to exercise any and all other un-American. We are all alike
Par lax IX> .d I mirr Hrrtlom. AT4 und
r in this'country. The fact that
have I drivea
been allowedto
many properties' that held Los powers which may be expedient oreonvetient
are every spring in 1\111. ( t.rmrr! Htmtnlr of Ihr
In connection with and .In While hash
car you sling means noth-
....ANIAUNW W. TSAWrOSD fall .into a condition of disrepute Angeles. Seattle and other cities of state of Florida. addition to the huslijeHS or businesses ing-my position is accident
the far west.Already heretofore specified a mere pf
; AGNEW & CRAWFORD for other than that the Ntieha herebv given that Jitra VIi birth."
VANS no reason owners one hundred automobile Iliuim, purchaser of tax certificate Artlele n. .

live far Sway, ha've been sick and owners haveflromised to enter the!lr u'l NliO. "gl..tdh'- 5th day of July I :. This corporation shail.cxist perpetually 'It's more th'n an acicdent," she de
ATlCKNEViATLAW 1) 18t>B.: has nald certlrlckte In I or until dissolved according to law murred.
with cars. The ladies in charge expect an office, and has made application I for tux Article. "What is it?" he
unable) to keep up the requirements entry lint of at least two hundred deeif to liifluc In accordance with law The amount of capital stock of this demanded..
OfBo x-4 '.1 Utlrrm hank llulMIng be fifteen thousand "Your birth. That wasn't an acci
automobiles and Said\ certificate embraces the following
somewhat disinterested are making f. 'Wooi'i
or are prepara- ,
Klssimme Florida d..el.lI..d property situated In Osceolucount ( to be divided Into dent-it was a catastrophe! _
lions to that end. There will be
many; \ Florida. to-wit 'one hundred and fifty shares of .
lie<'ausi> of their interests in other from the active the value of one hundred ($10000)
motorcycles, judging Lot number 31. section %0. townnhlp par
interest-the cyclists have taken in the 26 Mouth. rag' 31 I ,cast HctvordInK is\) dollars each Any stock not subscribed
'/ H. D. ( EIGEIt. line1 of endeavor the pint of Narcoossee on file In theofrtvr I for shall be sold by the directors from
parade. nf Ihp plpTlr of the circuit court time to time as the same may be needed -
1 Besides the automobiles" and motor-' The Haiti lot belliK assessed at the date The capital stock may he paid for

: ATTORNEY-AT-LAW; I ---- cycles.the various commercial bodie i of lHBuaii of .said .rlln..C" In thaminx In property labor or services at a just Tflosth .
of unknown Unless' said l ertln valuation to be fixed by the Incorpora-
of Savannah several of the railroadsand I cat.Khall be redeemed according to torn or b\ the directors at a meting

X Office State Bank Building !Nrwinmeis to Florida. and the rushis other business organizations are law. lax deed will Issue thereon on the tailed for that purpose.

i KiBsimrnee. FloridaQ.EO. preparing to enter floata. These will 27th da)' of April. A. 1). I Sit'ItiFI'sIi rtlrle ft.The .
: just" commencing, are going to locate \ inv hand and official seal at business affairs of this corporation -
be gorgeous affairs decorated wfth a Klsslmmee Cltr. Florida' this 27th day shall be conducted b)' a hoard ofdirectors Fire Life, Health and Accident
where there is the greatest indication lavish but not unartistic hand and of March A. P 1914.J. of not less than three or

F. PARKER. give the parade something of the appearance U OVKRSTHKKT.Official more than seven members AccidentillNSURANCE
of thrift and a delight in \ ..-
( ) Clerk Circuit Court Article
of the famous Mardi Gras .
Keal' The annual
( : I Osreola foiinU meeting of the stockholders -
: '\ Attorney-at-Law. making surroundings agreeable.\ parades in New Orleans and Mobile. 14-4t Florida shall be held at the principal officeof

i and Conveyancin The Central of Georgia railway is arranging this corporation on the first Monday
Collection !YuTi'E OF AI'I'l.lfATUCSFor of February of each year, at whichmeetlnfc to
to mount on a huge motor
there. shall be elected by and
propelled carnage, lavishly adorned Tax I>rrd t'.der Hr.-tlo." B74 sad from the stockholders a board of directors NELSON INSURANCE AGENCY

.t 112% Broadway. a miniature copy of one of its allsteelsleeping (57(1. .enrrnl H..t.. .... ml , for the ensuing year. The boardof
Moss" grown trees and trees badlyin cars. The other railroadswill of ..Ior.... directors so elected shall meet Immediately - ---- -- -
after the adjournment of "
KRIBBSATTORNKY need of pruning are a constant eye- have similar exhibits. Notice Is hereby given that Mrs I.' such meeting of the stockholders and j K Old State Bank Bnilduif .
.: G.F.. Substantial prices are offered to the II. Hruns. purchaser of tax certificate shall organize by electing from their
sore. The more is the pity that there .decorated machines and floats No. 916. dated the 6th day of June A own number a president secretary and O'O 40000..00'0E.
ijI" AT LAW KissiMMtt.! : FUA. bept I> 1898. has filed said certificate In my treasurer. but the same person may
should he such conditions when every in the parade. Both motor and electric office and has made application for hold the office' of secretary and treasurer -

of Titles a Spccialy. cars can be entered, and there tax deed to Issue in accordance with .
l newcomer observes" that the trees !aw Hald certificate embraces the TolloUi "rU..I.7.The .
will be special for the winnersin
of taxea of described situated In
Notification and payment | property
said shall
corporation adopt an
non-residents given careful; want to bear fruit in spite of .their each class., There will be separate Oaceola county. lorlda. to-wlt: appropriate seal and also by-law for -

i attention. nrizes for the,cars that are judged to Lot number 32. section 20. township the government of Its affairs not Inconsistent -
many hindrances. The same observa- I I i the most attractively de&rated with 25 south range 31 east according to with Its article of Incorporation -
the plat of Narcoossee on file In theoffice E. Welts
R and the laws of the state of Florida .
tion applies to fields that want to be natural flowers and for the best deco- of the clerk of the circuit court. which. by-lawa may be amenderd or ,

rated cars on which artificial flowers The said ly'* being assessed at the dateof repealed as provided In said by-laws
% Pat Josnston G. P. Garret cultivated but are not. were used. Issuance of said certificate In.the A,,1.1.. H. Real Estate and Insurance
... name of unknown. Unless said certificate The highest amount of Indebtednessor
'rOUNSTON A GARRETT redeemed according to
liability to which this corporationshall !>>
p( AU.r" at Law THE FERTILITY_OF THE SOIL. law tax: deed will Issue thereon ou at any time be subjected I* the .
.r- .
the 27th day of April A. -
I'lPcIJi' sum of fifteen tluaus&nd) (H6,000.00) dol
jr :Offices'10. 11.& 12 Wh.n we read of such results in Witness my hand and ; seal at lars. .
; Klsslramea City, Florida,. this S7th day ;
Remember that the preconceivedIdea farming $s ar 'lIecured in the Orient Artlele' .
.Citicens Bank Bldg. of A. 1> It 14.
March, "
Until the firSt election of officer the MAKE A SPECIALTY OF EENTING'HC'USES
and in Europe, aa is described in the .1. I.. OVKRSTBKET. ,
that .
of everY northerner la ,or. ,
Kissimmee Florida. < business of this corporation shall be'
: editorial from, the Times-Union of (Official) Clerk Circuit Court.
conducted the
by following named p.r-
:'If, \ ange groves'are always beautiful, and "The Fertility the Soil" we Sometimes 14-4t( Seal. ) Oseeola_ County.FlorIda., sons: J. C. Ledbetter president: EunaF. AND ROOMS

.. wonder if American farmers Lrf-dUetter, vice-president' and C. Wv S
&- _y T. riCTOM WASLOW that farm lands are satisfying to the Blount. secretary and _
trooaurei 203 BrJm Phone 272
know their business ater'all NOTICE OK i'IiLICAI'IN.tepsnimcnl ay
.....Counsel for Judas<>( th. really and lb" lioard of directors shall lie

.. + Florkla R,.K. Coram. . CrIminal CouritXHnao.MA heart's dcmre. __. that has been said. That there are of
who do secure these results in and C W. Blount The r- ----J:
i & WARLOWATTOJINEYS some iCier at < alneii.llle. Florida, Marrh.
MASSEY -I this country only makes the failure of 21. 11)14.Notice said officers shall adopt temporary by-

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AND COUNSILI.OiAT !: : the great mass of the farmers to pome* Is hereby given that Charlie --. .-- --- .. n.u -" .. -- .- -- -
LAW I up to the standard too more glaring.The 11 Ijinili of oughman Florida who, on -i---
.' I am in the business of building up old farmer sneers at the "book February 10. 1911 made homestead en-
Pr.t"; of the Html' and ol
) .In s.11 th. Courts
Serial No. 07986 for southeast quarter -
., the UaltMl 8t*u.. slao baler the Florida Rail. run-down properties: of converting farmer. hut it M the latter who gets of southwest quarter of section 36.
reed Oosnmlsmtun" and the IntoraUt. Comm_ I results. You will find him the alertto
,.1 on township 25 south range 27 east. Talahasnee 1
Commion.i virgin lands into remunerative conditions secure every scrap of informationfrom meridian has m"d'notl(',' of Good fences---and lots them---will.A
CHASLEMTOK BLDG. intention to make three-year proof to
t M I yr and of telling hundreds of my reliable sources within his reach. establish: claim to the land above de

11-e in the man who makes two bladesof ecrItlefor"' clerk of the circuit v-
( 'Hiiudiun' friends where there are such where before. court at Kisslmmee Florida on the 5th
grass grow one grew for

iy'; ..L<\.NDUEJOHNSON habitations" He reads and remembers all that he day t Claimant of May.names 114 as wltn..s'. grow money you.

>v. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR L w can secure on soil improvement and W T. Lamb of IjOiighman. Florida.' ..

1 COIl'rtaState .. .. what the agricultural experts have ,N. S Tours of I.oUKhmaii Florida,.
$ Will Practice in all \\' 1. Sullivan of Loughmam; Florida
written into bulletins the result of
and Federal \ as AV I. Bronson of lUoughman. Floiida Fence off farm into a sufficient
M w their tests in growing crops. In Fells- HENRY S CHUBU. your ..

j Office adjoining Broadway Let me give you an estimate of the mere our most successful growers are 4-Gt . Reglfiter. r

; 4 Citizens Bank KixsimmeeTm. cost of converting-your property into our closest students ot pie-bulletin .T6OTJCSI TO CHKDITORS. number of fields to the
with which our library is ,equipped.And .

something presentable. I won't charge when he has learned something' IN COt BT Of THai COUNTY "UDUE.IITA..e ,
aL H. you for an inspection or for plans for new, either in the Farmers' Union !. re Estate of I. It. Ilorver. Oseeola rotation of and the
schools or from such reading of the C.tT. proper crops most

SURVEYOR improvement. I have the equipmentand bulletins he applies the knowledge so To .Creditors.. Le ateea. Distributees
and aU Persona havingClaims or Demands -
Fla.r. the staff of expert help necessaryto acquired to his daily occupation. From agaInst said Estate:
-i! \ Fraternity Hall KUairnme.
four or five acres he reaps a neat You, and each of you are hereby notified advantageous pasturing and your

-_ complete anything I undertake by profit. lie does not try to farm the and required I present anyclaims : I It

"( the time the contract calls" for it to be whole earth but puts earnest thoughtand 1 either of and you may have which against you. the Or 1

A.' J. HICKS intelligent action into his small estate of I. R. Homer deceased late of cash returns each season are boundto

DR. Pnyalctan done. patches and good old mother earth as Osceela county Florida, to the undersigned -
: of said estate
C Flor. administrator
and Surgeon - -- found in Florida, together with within one year from the date hereof.:

.n '''!' j jJ I ida's climate, gives him almost limitless Dated February 27th' A. 1). 1914. increase At the same time fences'
Office Phones returns. .. H. M. BREAKER.

E ,State Bank Bid. Office UReL' am reconstructing five different I The man who comes to FJgrida: and UUAHUIAN'9. BAL.H.

properties at the present-time and can I small succeeds tracts is the who one learns who'only cultivates from experts !. .1'.1 C...." ......,. State .f are an asset, as they acid greatly to

\ look after five times that 'I.rtd..
it'A many.It and who constantly studies all
'In re Matter of Miriam T. Mungrrr.
I available literature' and applies whathe qsceola County
Danti & Dann learn Newcomers to Florida No tic* Is hereby gIven to all whom the value of any farm. -
k. It may concern that Mark Munger. auardlan.of *
should bear these points in mind and
Miriam T. Munger. minor
Grocery; Company doesn't early in the game connect up intelligently will on the 23d day of April, A. I). 1t14. .
matter whether
*(, ** yours is I with our Conklings and our apply to the Honorable T. M. Murphy

f.' big little hammock bulletins. this will county judge In and for said county at We sell good fence-- Ameican
; 2 :. -101 Broidwar or pine or groveor 1 insure success.Fellsmerc hi. office In Klsslmmee, In said county .

: Tribune. at 10 o'clock a. m.. or as soon thereafter .
field good or bad I tlin; make it I __ ... as the matter can be tttmjra for
t n ----
Lv better than it is and the cost will 1 '' authority to sell, at public or private Field Fence ...made heavy and
H' Operates the Cleanest Store beI I (;EVE SYRUP OF FIGS" , ale. the undivided. one-half Interest In ; strong '.

",.- .* sand Sells the' Freshest Groceries nothing compared with what the TO) CONSTIPATED CHILD the wit:following-described The east[ lot real No. .state veven (7)to-. ,

.f" I.. ',. Any. House; in Kiasimmee. property will be worth after I have: I Delirioun "Fruit Laxative" Can't also in Foster's the east. half rli3JI of eut lot to No.Kokorao: ''Jb out-; to last The, prices are very reason

< !) la Kdkomo; also part
; f. put it into shape. Harm Tender Little Stomach. lot one .Im-lity-onh (11)' in thus city ot Ko-

ffi .. . .OO..oo. . . . Liver and Bowels. komo. Howard county, state of Indiana -

.. follows, .to-....,,: Commencing. able. We invite you' to call and see

.! F'r' even .('1) feet south 6f the southwest .
a' t- I Look at the tongue mother! .If corner of lot No. seven. (T) In. Foster- . .. .

t.t:" IL. 1 coated<< your little on.'_ atom act). liver .Cast Addition of Kokomo.. .
'to .* 'inrr'' Better ask me about it now. 3ust .then. runalnB1 .outJfmjr (BO> feet. I
':IL ... R*,,F. PARKER. and. bowels! need cleansing at once. hence east thlrty-thr. (M) t..... .' J
10 wriU to- I When peevish, cross listless doesn't hene. nortH fifty (U) feet th.ho west "
frr .' Tilt I' sleep eat -or act naturally or i. feverish hlrty-thre. '(33> fM" to the place>> of I '

t'& '.A' IL OR I' stomach sour, breatLb.d' has bejflnnlnlr.Whlch\ .ppllcatlon. wilt V based upon us.Oseeola

.=f sore throat; diarrhoea. full of cold the D.tltlon for .. woW Als In said
... .. . '
:t '" -- '.:-'-- \ :: Law" give a teaspoonfal of"California Syrup po 'd

.." "q 'HDarlWtMATC.. * '
,. -1.'' l' foul, constipated waste, undigestedfood .4t-. Uuardan.. :

./ k . : , .. and sour bile gently move* oat\ of ,
">, The Developer of Modern Medel Farina. HenfuaserThese; Brahmaa aril "
r.' ; ... its little bowels without ffripingv and Mr. .. ."1, '

-w __ "*, .l,. ;:;.: if ybbr hiaband) ..1eardi, t ot. i c.:..' you h*..' a'well,''.playful child i 4 very old' breed of fowL *

; jBox,14St: .: >ffi Ask your druggist for a 5Q-( ':.'M>t bottle ,3 Mn.BW en.Lodc-l.( know il :vrhad ., 'haaeJJe\ store, '.ol-KIslmin> ' I
,7.7 I '
& :think: io/ 'r pJ.1ed young the founder of the.familf' din "-
"California! Syrup, of .Fig which V tr : : .
I u "But tboee -who-' play .? 1.;Jn' : '" < r'contain full directions for Jlabl; (,chiidfi.ot n.... 1 q,1 --t
unIIe'WubIngWn5tar. l!, 'Ki irft ri .. ; 't ; all audio City Star., '; ' f : . ..
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i', .. Ronj-h .and( 'bressed'.: L. Fruit. ' Pasture,.
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: "PINE LUMBER, Ananias Not t In It With .. Farming Grazing -: '

o.r' ,"? Present Day Crop I Trucking. ; Timber' t' ,


e r ij. j \ . MONKEYS NG THE LABOR "
,:i : ;i II i 111111111111111111"111" i. 11111111'" 111111 111111 . LANDS i
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: e 1: ; ARBOR DIABLO -

" ":i 'I CARSON::'! :: FARMERs : : lie.TheEo Here are sprang the-regions and flourished of the joj-ful j the 'I Have Them for Sale in Any Size,'Body- ,

.s INSVFLILNCE:: : : I Major Hazeldorps, the Joe Mulhat- "I
_: :: ton!!, the Isaac Cooleys and tho Bill From Ten Acres to One Hundred .
,:.: 1 Successor: to the Dozier Leitner Agencye I eods. These have their myriad IMi- 3
".; , I .. tators who lie for the fun of it,' nays -, .
e"H.;Y," State Bank. Building the New York-Telegraph. Joe Mul-( Thousand Acres. "
hatton of whose death I have heard
,. (:!' rumors, but of which I have obtainedno Bring"Full f'
- A Letter Addressed to Me Will
,.. ( confirmation, was in his prima the a
greater. tooric of amusement and v\, ..
s t a C. A. CARSONPresident N.- C. BRYAN. Seeretal7.I citement at given periods in all the. Description and Terms of Sale. -.. -- -
d country. Now no one questions the I
I fact that there are more good, honest --

.. The Waters & Carson generous and well-meaning andright ', :
living men pro rata in the west : :
than there are in the east. The west D. G. McKAY
is no place for the human skunk, but x
even the meanest man who needs a
Grocery Company little neighborly help will find it in
r every community where the 'east
would turn him the cold shoulder almost KISSIMMEEFLORIDA
'e. s invariably. Yet, these admirable I It

N- people love. Joe Mulh'atton and imitate ,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In him. I
If Not since Baron Jlunchausen has "

has there been a man to rise to such ing and the ducks were frozen in. cutters to die, for they could never nt ;
.ff G.RO.CERIESw heights of mendacity as Mulhatton. Moved by a common impulse, they at- :STORE BURNS AS HE enough of his cognomen on the tombto -
:: lie, was born in Allegheny City in tempted to rise, and after a few moments i tell who he was
1861, spent his boyhood in Louisville, they were iif the air, carryingwith Lieutenant Prindiville was asleep at
but his young manhood in the them the frozen lake. It Is one SPELLS HIS NAME the-desk -tbe---stoer-Yat-d. stationwhen p
00000 0 00 00 . . 0.40 .000. 0. .*. 0... As a commercial\ traveler he w we.t.1 of the': moat "marvelous-occurrences the telephone rang...Having been
, .. 0 1 +, ways successful and was which has come under our notice." -policeman for several years, h.lit a II
WE SELL: WE BUY; hid business honesty, but going her 1 Ike Cooley wad forced into fame as PA LIPONISORING A PAPACOPACAUKAUMMONPOURGLOG cigar, manicured his nails and sprang ,
HAY, 0 0 and there over the country he delighted I a liar. One day before it was time to to the wire. In the first few momentsthat :
HIDES in duping large masses of the : shoot deer Cooley was out in the he listened he was convinced: that;
GRAIN, population with a long succession of : mountains of Colorado and meeting GOULOS TRIES TO some one was setting off torpedoes at t
0 FURS, astounding tales. His early storiesspread. : up with a stranger, fell into talk. TELL OF FIRE. the other end. When he asked who it
FERTILIZERS, 0 his fame far and near. "This is a fine hunting country," wason !general principles he thought; '
WOOL, International fame did not come to i said the stranger, looking at Cooley a siren whistle answered. All the Urns'
III. 25. Because he
I. , March
Chicago -
SHINGLES, 0 4 him till in 1883, when the newspapers it was Nicholas and so forth trying to
I 4 0 O of the continent as Well as of gun."Yes, indeed, I shot a buck yester- tried to spell his extraordinary name, interest him in his fire.: Whea he finally
0 ORANGE BOXES, 0' AND the United States copied a story from day that weighed close to 200 which contains forty-seven letters, got accustomed to Nicholas'method
.... the Louisvlle Courier-Jo rnal,.which pounds." over the telephone to fire headquarters of oral fascination he*asked'btm
0, ALL stated that James Guthrie of Shelby: : "That was a big one, but 'do you to spell his name. The remark made
*0 ORANGE WRAPS ... county, Kentucky, had imported from I know whom you are talking to?" is the reason that a fruit store by Nicholas before.** started on'that,
r + VEGETABLE CRATES 'COUNTRY South America a large number of I "No; I can't say a. I do." belonging to Nicholas Paliponisoringapapacopocaukammmonpourgloggoulos- great work sounded like the blasting. 4
husky monkeys and had trained themto "Well, I am the chief game war- of the Gamboa dike. .
CRATE NAILS, 0 e PRODUCE. break hemp, weed the garden, pick I den of the state of Colorado." is no more a fruit store. The And In the.meantime In the little '
tobacco worms and do general farm "Oh-um, yes, said Cooley, a bit at No. 4253 Halstead street burn fruit store apples were baked com.
-N, 0 + 00000 0 . 0 . 0 04000000. 0........ work. So !great was Guthr '. success shaken for a moment. "But "do you entirely up while the excited man-attempted popped and the whole place crackled. .'
that nis neighbors seeing tho place of know who you are talking to? to establish his identity over Nicholas, was stIll spelling when the
, the slave laborers now filled were "Not an ideat least, not ;yet." the telephone. The man is desperate, aparatus had returned to their quarW
_ We sell field and garden seeds of all tiads. sending for carloads of monkeys from "Well, you are talking to the biggest today, but too considerate (of stone I tars, after putting t th* embers.--
We aty'.pedal attention to flit lag out hunting and camping parties. Amazonas.. The sober, solemn London liar in the state of Colorado." \ .
Free delivery in city limits. Pho ne No.: I%. Standard under the caption of That story flew on the wings of the .". A
::1 We are county agents for good I ertWze.... Ask us fir circulars sad "The New Labor Problem," devoted a D morning! and soon Ike Cooley had a ".
) price on fertilizers. column and a half of ponderous dis- reputation that he decided to live up Choice of 5 Tourist. Trains Jj
cussion- the matter.In to. His tales cannot be repeated here, '
1886 there came a story from but their quality and nature is attested '
rt -f- Atlanta, Ga., that appeared simulta- by the fact that Captain South'j( :North. and: Northwest '
neously in western' papen 4'
fact that',a'Central.Georgia' farmer devout. churchgoing man moved suddenly ;
drove a' dozen geese into his cotton to California giving as his reason "Dixie Flyer f' ""SeminolcUmited HC-t+ +t:i't: :
: fields every morning' with water that he loved and believed in the '* .,
filled gourds About their'necks.' ..Each Bible,'but he could not credit the punishment -
FARM AND GROVE gourdwhad a' the in the side. The of Ananias and yet continue Dixie Limited, South 'Atlantic. :.Limited""Montgomery ,..- -
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cotton patch and to live where he could look out any '
drank from each" others gourds. As day and see Ike'Cooley walking around ( Route"Via !
: : long as it was daylight and they held alive and well.PREDICT.

.. out they did excellent .work. Some : '
mystery connected w'jthl the\ water NATURAL ,
:J held them' to their tasks. Amazing as
it is, western papers still print accounts -I Atlantic Coast Line
Thir'tyrtwo acres of land all in the artesian belt, with fine flowing of farmers in remote districts SOLUTION OP THE

', well, about half in cultivation, fenced and l cross fenced; six-room who, having heard the ale for the I .
",7 house, good stables, corn bin. wagon and tool shed haymow, some first time tried out the experiment. i RACIALPROBLEM
Railroad of the South
very fine hammock, besides the above-mentioned acreage there is about + Meteor in Tennessee. I Standard

acres of riparian rights land. adjoining the lake, giving that Once, purely on paperMulhatton pRoF. WILCOX DECLARES IMMIGRATION -
i twenty
much land extra without cost to the buyer. There is a bearings struck oil at Glasgow Junction, Tenn., I IN SOUTHLAND Pullman cars Jacksonville to Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati t' '
pasture of .also and for two weeks the town had BRINGING ABOUT Louisville, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Grand Rapid, and intermediate .
of good variety some
the land consisting a oranges.
a1 CIIANGE.Washington '
grove! on great boom from which it has point .
V extra fine grapefruit trees and some young trees, making about seven recovered. In 1885 he filled* the papers DINING AND OBSERVATION CARS : y&
eight acres, most all in bearing. with an account of a gigantic meteor D. C., March 26.--Solution '
; I or which had fallen in a remote part of the negro. problem-through For ticket and information-call- >stt lAtlanticTCbast. .Lin__ticket: , _- ri

of T X.-It-demolished-a; ; Mexican's t the natural increase of the white and agents or' ,..
There it several acres of land planted to Kaffir corn.-Milo maze. Fet- house and killed eight people. Six black races in the United States I is I J. G. KIRKLAND Division. Passenger Agent,

teretta and Japanese cane, besids potatoes and many kinds of garden big colleges actually sent and, for foreseen by Ptof. Walter F. Wilcox, Tampa. Fla. .
'i" I>>, vegetables for family us and will be lost to sell. t some time maintained searching ex- special agent of the United State. .
: peditions. In 1888 he discovered Mono Census bureau and chief statistician of .-.- - -- -- __ I
Lake Virginia City, Nev., which .He out that
near the twelfth points
census. I
r .i t i This is an excellent place to live house has delightful Jocation and blondined hair and skin of all persons the negroes are steadily losing ground $ $ $ $ $ $$$$ ..

I' view of lake, about four miles from KJssimmee., and here can who bathed in it consistently. throughout the south, both by immigration
pretty and has already good support for family in sight, There is in that country to day a of whites and by their own I RARE CHANCE IN SUBURBAN HOMEAs
-- he built fortune '
?: up a large colony"; of negroes and others declining birth rate. They are losing 1 for sale
other interests living there. offer
little Price. prevent
into value at my mfr ,
developed expense.
be greater
; !J besides can who traveled there and were never ground stllljm ore rapidly in the north,
II .v' $7,500. Terms of one-third cash balance in one, (two, (three. and four able to get away. On April 22, 1899, and there Is thus reason to believe I place on Fish Lake, four and a half miles. from, Kiisimme and equidistant -
; # cent. on deferred payments. the St. Louis Globe-Democrat report t that nature will solve the race problemin from SL Cloud. :
a years. seven per ed a large party of scientist in Mexico her usual way, by the survival of I This property comprises over 20 acres of good land and has 'j'
l as- having discovered a sort of the fittest.
660 feet the lake fronL Excellent fishing.
farm, and land 600 acre!, adjoining called the arbor diaboli, which displacing on t
i Fine-combination grove pasture tree "That the white race is slowly i fruit !if
lake, about 500 acres excellent bottom prairie land, I grows Aught birds, wild cats, etc.-in fact, the negroes in the United j The land is half and balance muck. Has house almost
l a pretty cattle require feed at time on this pasture, anything that sought its branches States is now well known," Professor) sew story'and a half. 30x30 ft. Has water in the house two walls." ," .
"I extra heavy grass, no any ,' Folded the victims to its heart and Willcox writes in the Journal of Heredity i (one of these is flowing) of fine artesian water good owtbuildaacsv.bams .
is divided into two parts, fenced hog tight, also about .100 acres of pine devoured them. organ of the American Genetic j.j add chicken hln.. >:
+ t and oak timber land, valuable for grove land. One can grow a large Again expeditions costing hundred association. "The more rapid increase ... 't
C. L Railroad! south end of lot
road and A. through
grove-while cattle are developing, and cattle industry and citrus of thousands of dollars, set out and of. the whites is due not only to the I County run /
?rty orange finest combination to be fouad for safe n. dprofitable '- then the story was traced to Mulhat influx of hundreds of thousands of 1 with station adjoining. Telephone service with Kiaai.mmee'aad\Sf.o:; f ";'
fruit business |:be"had ton. A manon in white immigrants, but also to the fact Good. Title to property perfect. Price very reasonabl and term ):
investment. There is a reason why this property can at a Shreveport, La., telegraph him an that: in the registration area of 1910::- given if desired. Apply to J.-W. Prentis" Box !96Vl 1paimmee. Fla.
'tR sacrifice price if you buy now. offer of $1,000 as an honorarium to an area including three-fifths of the '* 37tf
come on and address the ,Jury. The whites and more than one-fifth of the
judge, hearing of the matter offered negroes, and so a fair index of conditions yt $Y1 1 yl $ yl y1 Y1 t yl 1 yt I $yt:RZr$ $ 1 1'11 ." "
to suspend court till Mulhatton could in the country at large-the negro -
k, arrive and in the interim the chief death rate exceeds the white by
. witness -died and the prisoner went ?
() REALTY CO. J about two-thirds. ,
NELSIJNt free. In 1909 Mulhatton had deluded Furthermore, "during the years .r,
v the world to such an extent that the since 1880 the excess in the t.l
delusions came home to roost'and he proportion of negro children over )
Was committed to the Arizona Insane white children in the country has likewise THE H. G. SIEVER '. i'
II'KISSIMMEE asylum' for a short //time. Alienists been falling. The present dif, :;t-:' "!W
REAR STATE BANK :: FLA Rocked to him from every directionand erenee in fecundity between the races ;;
; pronounced him sane, but since la littl. more than op.-fourth of that, REALTY ,C MANY' ,
then he has .been more carefol. of. 1880 and at the present. rate of .. I'+
Major Haateldorp who lived at Change! it will, hare disappeared entirely NOT Of THE,.TRUST.. '
Basin, Mont kept; thewest in a gale Is taken." I t L ; .,
before the next census
pr'pr't t of Laughter trot! years. His chief work -Metropolis. a, 10,000 Mr Stock Fans, a barfpata. tf.takes at '
r .'*, f Is, memorialized in. the-annalt of the $5.00 per acr*., ..!-J, ; !. ..... ; r.t.., ,.'. .'.'Jot!" /' 4' I
You should r regularly loyal Geographical Society .of... Lort- '. A-GOOD $SALESMAN. '
f Prairie .UmA OnrngtCnnt, H& 11.:1: \ I
cried housewife : :
don[ being part of a highly scientific _, "What the .careful .. t
::0' : ; paper read by Sir Mountjoy Fittmaor- ..*Y.II..charp me one t dollar a Ai rr ciid.--..... 'list 's.tit ,jl7tys J
1-f" wshel'for'' thao IOtatoq "'*':' : i hatif II -, J ... ;........ hi
> (} tee; from which I quote paragraph: ;; .
: V' *: : Jf; .J:; ",!'WeJ',hare" Just.passed through apart "'am,", snweredth.'pollagree 2, 00 arras ,Sts k.,Ksch, .wffl.!zclfang.'a: ,:,ah ...,.. .
: .,. ; ..\ .. of the weatwher the changes) of er.<,r JTaat Is the.very lowest pries :"ay EKtLl'.ral.* tat. .. .,,.)." :t"< ..."' '
: :..r iht,1
: :' "'7'.t tempratnnr ar*'.of amazing"sixjenaesa. re .can *sI. them '..j- "V ,. -; : 'I. ,* 'I '" ; : rr
"d' : -"-; 'tiVefi: : ., :', [ ,tiazo"laformed'byon..oft ; > "How It that I can get them from, and .
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: ;> "',I"f'Fbridcrf' ,...}+iCS,i.., ",", ....., ,__,..... ___. _...,ui.,.._.. . jiea Lh 4;citisens here 'that,firs'year* ago Jrowntsfo.111s.tyanta.hesy"f, "; J .. .Orange Groves. ;all size prices. ;
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1".%' I( l. C3rcW.f.,.' MV lmmea.r flockof( .(Id'duks'a.t.fled 11-cannot.y., '\ ) -A iUptj .
. .. --;-:! Jr Brown has taken a fancy to you. 'KI s &' / ', .
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ill '( .,-. . ''i''!'". : .. 'do Scq.p' I_ ws)thermometer stood at W At le'ts a,widower and you,are beautl. J - .. g -. -:: ..,.- rV-v ,.* 't..r..: .,,,' I : ,zI.iipik ,,- *>'
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Wards. of Praise nursingthe members who toer.e ilL In iy"4 in a'lniculture.V..b:: .ve no Idem- ; 11 i M 11 IIII I 11111 I I I I, I .'i M 11 lit. I IJ I I 111 I 11 11 I I 11 I tfrT

one case observed by the Inoe.tlptor"the oL.the Joss occasioned ,by malaria in ;

MOSQUITOAN wiff was suffering from a serious unfitting men for' long- or energetic .

For' Mavr'*' Wonderfu, attack of malaria and the husband remained hours of labors The Toss :IOf .'energy Kissimmee Furniture Co.

at home to .take care of,,hen and,y enthusiasm, the Joss of interest ,
I Stomach 'Remedy .4 There were five children in this family in one's own efforts and success; all /of

'71oe ttanWu wean to AID TO who usually;/ work with,their parents! in which contribute enormously to the Inefficiency I Under Entirely New Management

,.:, I *out for trttint a told of the field. These were all congregated of labor and cause the 1 JFurniture' -
cur wonderful' Remedy. I in idleness about the house in spite of wdalth-producingpower, especial) in I .'

.y.. but wife a abort could lint not to have.h.. ,the fact; that the work of picking cotton agriculture;.to fall far short of its .
l f lOb. had not taken your was in progress and the weather normal capacity, is a marvelous .
ond.rful j Remedy when BOLL WEEVIL I was most favorable As a result the and undreamed,of degree, to that life-I .

f "" | abe did. one paini a/ors abe of there w.. I entire time of this family of seven was sapping disease-} malaria. The man Household-Furniture from itchen: to Attic a full and complete i

I Krnmraro. h... killed : lost through the illness of one mem thAt is just able to. "crawl out of bed line. .
''d/ I her without a doubt. Now I her. and drag around' i is...certainly not the I ; '
.' / t ah free'* ia from free heart from trouble all I pains:! I The 'loH of time figured is merely man to accomplish an efficient and

II free from that dtalurbmf, Cause Great I the" time of actual ',incapacity and does full day's labor. Because a man is at I - t:
of Neuralgia five -tr"'m..nll4ncJ all the ......1.. Anopheles not take into consideration the diminished work is not necessarily a proof that Baby Carriages '

.1M cxpulatov of live. or six hundred Gall I strength, energy and interest of he is actually adding to th4! sum total ,I ,

atonca, Now abe la able to eat anyllnng.she Loss In South I the patient when he is trying to workin of his own wealth or to that of the A splendid Line of. Handsome Baby Carriages and Go-Carts. ,
'i', I' .wanta;and her ,appetite ia toad and .before the fields during his convalescence. state, and in a lesser degree does it '

,taking when .tu.e"medicine anything: she the bad would rio apprlite auger death and I Effect of Malaria on Efficiency.The prove that he is adding to the !sum to- I Let us show them/' to you. q

for _|.401n8 and could: not sleep at night.' ; of toal of wealth, all of which he is .cap., '
L lrineeinC four treatment she sleeps writ all IIOTH IN LABOR! AM PRODUCTION -I manager the property, states ablj. A man's general state of health
night that based actual Bicycles )1
long. T. A. NttALL. *, Temaa. an estimate on loss
The above letter should 'c:=: you moreItian OF ('MOPS-EFFECT (OF' of time, which would place the lossto has quite as much relation to his producing \ ,
.anything we could aay in behalf of MALARIA IN TWELVE powers as the amount and
I' llltr"wo-uld.
the plantation at $ ; be
, alatyr Wandrrfnl *U>m.rh Rrmnlj. SI..ra kind of food he eats. And certainly Iver Johnson Bicycles with coaster brake at a bargain. 1
This would if
ahonld FAMILIES.Wa low. that
try one dose of this M<'mr- very mean "
,. done should rcnvincethrm. ihut ttwy can -._- .. Ithe I' lobs/ were prevented there would there is no .disease known to man that ,
M reatored. to bralth. truly all !Slumarh I more insidiously undermine. his con I
1$4"$ Aliment are by the clogiing of the >hmgton, It. ('., :March} :HO! .- The ) be an increased income of $24 per stitution and lessens his ability to -'
intestinal tract v.ith rntirm.l l and catarrhal ar malarial mosquito lh not only causing,I family for each of the forty-six ma- his full Kissimmee Furniture Co. ,.
j crctton . produce measure of wealth
tt allowing pr, i nitoiiB fluid into the tremendous annual lohfers' in farm labor larial tenant families together with .
Stomach and otlfrwiiM than malaria. '
t t May,*. YtomlrrlMl lirrniimnif" the fliyrBtiveayatem. and in the south butis the above increase in returns to the 310 .
r om..b HemtMlrpvJnieaaly production Referring to the states of Louisiana Broadway. E. O. Garland, Mgr. ,
This is
remove three acrrrtiotia without a indirectly increasing the dektructivenchs plantation. manager positive .
anrgical operation' and. puts' mi mil tn CoticAttacka. that families Mississippi Alabama Georgia .
fifty or possibly even .
,' .. of the cotton boll weevil, according -
( am in roe Ftomnuh. and I Intmtmrn and South Carolina Professor Herrick
1 r and all of the turn,,1] .' ni|"torn of Stomach. to statements (of !sptualiats of as few as forty families, without malaria : n 111111 :
'l, liver and Intr'timi1,, Inirum Irk\ vmirtlntmrlftt the United Slates Department of Agriculture could have produced as much as says '
"We must now consider briefly what '
.bou.I. r'n onilrrftil' ftontai
< ) the (sixty-four families under the malarial -
I .. , These' statements\ follow a six hundred and
Remedy or ".1 t. C II Mavr, Mft( thirty-five thousandor 'l',
i' (bfoml... 154 "h...",t si, (-lt.a... UI[ fir study of a mosquito-Infested' planta- | conditions that prevailed.The a million Cafes of chills and feversin nro -7, aC ..
f*ee hoiikl.t. An stim-i'i, \i'mitts' tad.) initty, Louisiana, made during the manager of another plantation, i :::2:1 '
I' ; r'ot"f..t 1' letter. f.i '1)' |J' i' 01 I,,, L1)I l t.r u I tlast in '' which raises rice, stated that the la- ope year mean. It is a self-evident ft ,
'_, cotton nnd coin crop season bysp4a'lubsts I I I truth that It means well for the physicians 1
lior problem because of malaria, is 15
of the bureau of entomo.1ny -
I''' For Sale In Ki imnn-o' Iy I j I ; but for laboring men, it means ,
acute at the time planting And during ;;
<> Uh a prrlmunmy to A more extended I an --immense Joss of their tjmtogeth. F you have ever used our plumbing
J. Z. KOBEKSON of the effect of the harvest season. lie says that"thills" '
1 r investigation" I' I er with the doctor's fees in many fn- *
: are particularly serious! during service know that !
i( And Uruggl t Every hero. malaria. on faun production and prof. the harvest season and that the stances. If membeT\ { their families I you 'Stlwdasd'modern .
I itx. I other than themselves-- it''
: i labor force then becomes greatly re- affected bathrooms :f
this farm thepenalifct1 I also mean loss of time I
; '. On smjrl may a together
| duoecl In 1912 he had to outside
found that the malarial mosquito !toafft't.d go with doctor's foes. For the employer installed by us provide ;
: his district for hands and recruited II
\ the workers that the equivalent it means the loss of labor at a time

of T.'iU! weeks! of, work by adult ]labor 'I in thiity-tive healthy men.condition TheMe and men worked were well all perhaps when it would be of greatest''I sanitary service acid...keep ,I
lost during the value If it does not the actual
wore per family mean down the
for two weeks At the end of this repair billsr'-
t" 26 BROADWAY seasons when tiopiere! I under culti- I umt they began to have "chills" and loss of labor to the employer, it will ,
vati n. This doc not include the les- mean a loss in the efficiency of his f;
out of thirty-fiVe were incapacitated t
I'-' stnpTl efficiency of convaJesoents or ', forvoik.. All these men returned to Jabor. To the farmers it may mean If you have not tried'l 1
,. DANIEL KELLEY, A gent the lack of interest and energy resulting the loss of their crops by want of cul- .
their homes. In 1913 the
.. j from malarial illness I toni'ht to recruit men from same the same man tivation. It will always mean the non- our plumbing it would be
farm selected for the cultivation cultivation of
The Louisiana or improper
place to harvest the rice crop butthey to< advantage to
Y -- - experiment contains :1,540 acres, of refused to come. They stated thousands of acres of valuable land. It I : your get;

t, .000040440404444440LEWIS which l.HOO!! acres was under cultivation that their physician advised! them not means a listless activity in the world's I our prices now. _
work that counts the _
mightily against
and 1,740 acres was in swampland
to to the rice fields This physician -
The natural conditionson go wealth-producing of the ,
O'BRYAN timbfi informed the hat these power people.
believed! manager ]finally, it from two to five million
means i
the plantation it ib I prevail who worked for him during the t
4; + on nearly :!l OOOO square miles of I or more day of sickness, with
ATTORNEY AT LAWSPECIALIZING nrevious season returned to their
I farming land in the south. Of the tilled I all its attendant distress pain of body
i t homes unfit for work in the cane dur- THE RELIABLE PLUMBING SHOP
and mental OLD
acreage about 1,600 acres were 1 leg tale. grinding season and that headM'ed I depression to some unfortunate "-''
who individuals of those five states
cultivated by tenant farmers took
IN them not to north to the
three-fourths of their yield if they I rice fields.( Another go manager of'a I )Ir I.. (). Howard of the bureau of R. L. STARLING, Manager ;.

"t ,y ABSTRACTAND supplied the mules, seed, implementsand I cane plantation also stated that men entomology( United States Departmentof I N W t
feed l. or one-half of their yieldif I II Agriculture states that from a table
who had worked in the rice fields were 14 Darlington Are. Phone
the plantation owner supplied theseitems. I comprising, twenty-two cities, it I
unfit on their return home, because; o/
; TITLE WORK The balance of I the cultivated I malaria to work in the cane fields I appears that two-thirds of the deaths ,,
from malaria in the United States
z. .TAT BANK BLDO acreage was woikcd with day laborat occur -
:.Malaria and Boll Weevil
eft'r $1 per day. Injury. in the Kouth--one-third only in
000,44004440040444 Prevalence Malaria on This Plan I In important observation made in I I the north and that it is safe to place TTTTI o '1

tation. :, this region by the investigator during j'the annual loss! to the United States :

..u The plantation physician stated at I the past season is that portions of the I I from malaria disease! under present -

the beginning of the !survey that fully I loss through injury by the boll weevil conditions at not less than one hundred I I .
debited malaria. Under millions of dollars. '
nvii-t be to
families /
75 cent. of the on the
: M. TILLER per normal conditions the loss of time is Dr. W. E. Hinds, state entomologistof

rb i' and plantation at least wete two afflicted members with of malaria every not always so serious a matter after Alabama ((1912)), estimates that I M LOU & I

1 Real Estate Agency. afflicted family had the disease in a I the cotton crop is laid by and before 2,000,000 persons in the south are. incapacitated & t lHILLE'L. & N.

1 form time the time of picking. Under the boll-wee- because of malaria. Li 111 *
ti j .....-.........................., serious at Nine Rome out of during ten vil Conditions, however both loss of Prof. R. W. Harried, state entomologist ( -
season. every
crop time and decreased efficiency become of Mississippi says:
tt i Realty bought and sold. patients malarial in subjects.his practise A study he said of were the more serious throughout the entire "In my opinion the malaria-trans I OFFERS SUPERIOR SERVICE TO .

v lt. Houses rented. records of the show that season. Failure to keep up with the mitting mosquitoes are by far the CINCINNATI CHICAGO ST. LOUIS LOUISVILLE,

Taxes paid and Titles verified forty-six out of plantation sixty-four familieswere crop that is, to plant at the right worst pests in' this state. I think that INDIANAPOLIS CLEVELAND DETROIT 51

: for non-residents. treated for malaria by the doc- time, to give the crop good cultivation, their damage' is greater than that of t ,
T and to carry out control measures for the boll weevil and most of the other
Sri Fire tor during the past season. This num-
: Life and Accident In* "
weevil gives the advantage crop pests ,
ber is probably too low, the depart-
d .'r surance"tndemnlt., ment's specialists believe, because over the plant. Many of the tenantsare SOUTH"ATLANTIC LIMITEDMONTG9MERY ROUTE 1
Bonds. incapacitated by malaria at these SOUR ACID STOMACHS :Lv. Jacksonville ... 8:15: .
many families try to avoid the cost of --- pm: Jacksonville
: Lv. ... .... 8:05
medical attendance and the has critical times .In the culture Ar. Knoxville ..._,....,.12:00n'n:
negro : : Ar. Montgomery__ :__. 8:50am '
crop. The .owner of one plantation Ar, Lexington _: _....... 6:45: :
1 natural aversion to medical pm '
a proper Each A . .-..12:10 V'ii 1 1Ar.
: Tape's r. Birmingham n n.
> said that the loss sustained through Diapepsin" Digests 8,000 Cincinnati .. 8:50 -- ii
treatment. -------- pm
tl- malaria far exceeds that of the boll Grains Food, Ending All Stomach Ar. Cleveland _____ 7:15 am :.Nashville ..... .. 7:40 pm
f The. Effect of Malaria in Twelve Fam- weevil. In the case of the boll weevil Misery in Fire Minutes. Ar. Detroit ___u.uu_______ 7:45:: am Ar.: Evansville :::: tS5am

j S.ILBUROCK ilies. ; only one crop suffers; while in the Ar. Grand Rapids .______ 2:45: pm Ar. St. Louis ----------- 7:40: am

The/ department's investigator madea I case of malaria not only all crops but Time it! In five minutes all stomach I Ar. Louisville ____ _____._ 9:00pm: I Ar. Chicago _____.._..__ 9.18am

; l detailed study of twelve families all agricultural development as well distress will go. No indigestion j Ar. Indianapolis Un 7:00: am

REAL ESTATE with the fololwing results: suffer. heartburn, sourness or belching of I I Ar. Chicago _-_____nn_ 7:10 am I DIXIE FLYER

-ATM of ...................-.. Suggested Remedy For This Loss. gas, acid or eructations of undigested i I DIXIE LIMITED ;I Lv. Jacksonville ________ 8:25 pm ry
I. ;., ILurntion >' ** (j The investigators found that the food no dizziness bloating foul j)i Fastest Train to the West. Ar. Atlanta _uuuuu_ 8:00 am

INSURANCEExamination :: Of HltUK*. JS=:: -- g' *. mosquito which was the cause of ma breath or headache.Pape's I Lv. Jacksonville ------- 9:35: am I Ar. Chattanooga ________12OOn'nAr.

EcE ;-: E E"eo; laria on the plantation studied was the Diapepsin Is noted for its St. joUIS __nn_ 2:05: pm Ar. Evansville __uu___ 9:43 pm

i of Titles a 7. b.. _ __ 'ra:::-_f-o=:'R na :::;; "Anopheles quadrimaculatus Say," one speed is the in surest regulating, quickest upset stomach stomachs.It rem. I Ar. ,Chicago ___-_nn'n 6:50: pm Ar. Chicago ________u__ 6:50: am 'f

N'nr woods 9 I II weeksNrnr of the species of "Anopheles" knownto
in the whole world and besides it
wuude ud, 1 edy h' !
Specialty. along bnyuu 7 2" '", "" .t-k. carry malaria. The "Anopheles"can is harmless.. Put an end to stomach i South Atlantic Limited is solid through train dining cars, r
y i ttrld .u 3 rt. werkeAIung be distinguished from other mos- trouble forever by getting a large: coaches and sleepers to Cincinnati; through sleepers to Louisville Cleveland :'

,' Correspondence Solicited. wuude bayou _--.3. to ;.:'..W..k8 weeksNear wings quitoes of in this the malaria-carrying following way: mosquito The- fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsinfrom and Indianapolis daily and to Grand Rapids Mondays and Thurs-

1 N..r wo..1M n 2 w"'k. any drug store. You realize in days. .J
less The
spotted. ,
are more or
t Along bayou I :, wri. knS five minutes how needless it I Isto suffer -
Open field 1 weeks projections on either side of its beak Dixie Limited and Dixie Flyer are solid through trains to Chicago, ,
6 Along bayou r,. I'. weckar are nearly as long as the beak itself. from indigestion dyspepsia or any with coaches and observation I
dining cars, drawing room compartment
__ ___ stomach disorder. It's the quickest
1 C.W.GRIFFIN I 8 Open Along arid bayou u___ _ 2 I weeks The easiest way to distinguish this surest and most harmless' stomach sleepers ;sleeper through to St. Louis on Dixie Limited, over five hours :r

4 Open n..hl 3 "11 weeks mosquito is by observing its resting doctor in the world. tartest andonly_ one night out. ,
. -- position. The "Anopheles" when bit- '
- - - - -
115- 42' hK V. weeks ing hs its beak and head and bodyin a Montgomery Route has sleepers through to St.: Louis daily, and'con"f

r"+ .... Staple and Fancy The number (of cases in these families the same line at an angle from the Doubtful Customer"-"Really, now, necting sleepers to Chicago.
are these fresh? t
which reported sickness would indicate skin. The non-malarial mosquito, or eggs .
that there was 149 persons who "Culex" keeps its body and Smart Assistant-"Madam, if you J A
k GROCERIESFree suffered seriously fro mthe disease in allel with the resting place wings and par-its will kindly step to the telephone and ELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAINS WITH THROUGH SLEEPERS AND
n the total of sixty-four families In call up our farm you can, hear the 1
beak is at an angle with its body, DINING CARS. FAST TIME. ROCK BALLAST.
hens that laid those
these cases the loss of time involved like the letter "L" laid on its side. eggs still tack.IIng.Pearan's NO DUST OR DIRT. .....,.
represents only the severe cases. The On the plantation in question the ; ( Weekly.]

': number who have the disease in an malarial mosquito was found in the For reservations, information ask the tickent 'agent or address:' f
to all Parts
j 4; Delivery active state or some other form is in-I' house and frequently in the mosquitobars .ooooooooo o ooooooooooo H. C. BRETNEY, Florida Passenger Agent L. & N. R. R., 134 Bay St.,
of the City doubtedly far in excess of these over the beds in the negro cab- Jacksonville. 11-8t. i '

ures. ins. As a result of this study the Investigators ,

Loss of Time Through Malaria. do not believe that the

Presuming that the loss of 88.75 screening of negro cabins would be FOR SALEFor

; weeks for twelve families holds for effective because the negroes are care- - .

.. .. +. .. .+ .. .... the forty-six( : : infected families the total less about keeping mosquitoes out of

loss of time would be 340 weeks'I their houses and the presence of amalariacarrying sale or exchange for Kls OUR
for the forty-six malarial families. mosquito screenedin slmmee property either vacant pRfSfR\'E .

'' The loss of time is based on the work with a malarial subject would prac- or ( Improved restaurant doing NEXT t J1,
business best location In
A' ;
Sprigg FlemingCLEANING of an adult. ,Members of the family tically insure the infection of the en- a excellent little city tnssAI s

between twelve and sixteen ;years of tire family. Negroes are usually care- '
age are figured at one-half time and less about going out after nightfall. < <*r sale-a fine suburban roRFUTURE I IWI3TRXLt31( !
those between eight and twelve yearsat Outside of work hours on holidays home of twenty acres, about ont- '

t t, q PRESSING one-fourth. This loss of time fig- 'or at night the negro farmer is apt half land of balance, same fruit being celery Price wia.i e.tx -

h' DYEING .-.. ured at the rate of wages of $I per to be at a lodge meeting at the store and terms reasonable.A i
day would amount to $2,380. This at church In a saloon, or in the cabinof RN eusL4 "
r I REPAIRING does not include the actual loss for some friend-In fact any place except five room house In. excellent REE! MUTTOU'

; medical fees and medicine. As these in his own home. This habit of condition I I on rood strete and the 782' .

,:\ ., people are tenant farmers, however it congregating at night outside of their best of nelghbors.An r
k., ,t.ea e word U'm1 house and olot.he is to presumed that their labor is own cabins would practically offset
will be celled lor and returned. excellent farm on which Is
worth more to themselves and the any protection to them through ,
a fine young trove new house
l 4., Satisfaction Guaranteed plantation than that of the usual day screening of their dwellings. The ten deep well. In fact everything- that For-Quarter Beef

.t laborer. As this loss of labor was dency of the negro to move about from Roes In the makeup of an excel ,

I : :,. . . . .. . . ., 0 distributed throughout the season, the place to place and his aversion to farm. For Information"Ak Section J. Fore-ribs considered best for roasting makes fine steaks. .

Ff ; ;:w' actual loss ,to the plantation and to proper medical treatment, especially Section K. Middle ribs, four in number, for rib-roasting.
; the! tenant farmer would have to be a prolonged course of quinine, ren- .
Mr. Summer Section L. Chuck ribs, second quality of roasts and steaks. '
figured on the effect the of ders the successful of
on treatment the
.:EXPERT PIANO this loss of time spread over the crop crop disease with quinine impracticable. Section M. Brisket, for corned beef, mince meat, and soups. 1.- ins(
Lakeview Sections N and O.
.. Cottage Shoulder-piece, for stews, soups and hashes.
t season. The investigators Reduction of malaria .
were unable the report concludes
\ TUNING to do this during the past season. : depends upon ,th* control' of Oi PenOald street South KIsslmms Section P.... Neck Cheek, for consommes, soups, mincemeat, etc. .
) Section Q.; roasted.Were .
+'. ,,c. ; But In subsequent investigations the the mosquito carriers of the disease.In *. good I xIs .

.c.1t. ;, S.. .'t... 8p.sat attention, to all makes of actual per acre production of the ma the ultimate control, drainage will .

.". ('. ; liub'amata. lalrial and non-nialarial.fanu will be probably play the greater part. Headquarters for Forequarter and Hind-gaarter'Beef. .' r
"1 contrasted so as to determine the Actual Opinions of Scientists on the Effect of .

., 1 ": : for."f, tu> pii0o0. forDId. effect of malaria on the crop. Inasmuch the Moeqnito. ',1
des "- .-'' ?.." r,1I'dqL. r x' as malaria-affects- these people Tho' opinion of the two 'managers EST SPILLS RULL BASS MARKET Phone 189, 304RroadL9 kiJsetF YJ
', 1i' most seriously during the critical I quoted are in lino ,nth >h.:following CHICH .

b" ', ,".jolit.t, tornrt. idaa esIIdted.. r limes of com and ,:cotton ,cultivation references. .''v' '" V i..' '\ ". .. .. .>. .. - .. . . '
r-ss. ,' "
'/ a; t 't..}', ,,1" 'AIIBHAPi r UJs probable that, 'directly. .lessens. i Prof..Glenn W.; Herrick:'of' Cornell, ,11sW1, A.a A :
i" B.'n., .1'r : theprodqction./ -, 'W.r ra.t..wtao , .
'' formerly state entomologist ;>of ] #' ..
!II. J
, l"J' \ Mar s-IM was aa..rys ;f. .'
: ...J... ,p..... t.Bos 1na' The'' lot of time,ilrurd Is'for'ae. slssippL iiv 1908 wrote ,' *, 1 9 M.a!: ."'Ii..i' 1 JI'Ia; .. ;teal II1eknea i YTbe *oQa -a whole bas'given"lit; 1UWIJi."it.. '\ 'R Its--ReadFor I r'ofit'd . ...,:t'

..r'I'. !/:.,.... ta ,'aM Ineapada.t,, I tie. taMMfkt to tile treBBMtdoo role mar! : __M1.t 110 .; *.: z' TA-rr :: ; ,., ? .-4IM--j.. :, ; :,.t'y.. le' f1',::' (t. .,: './ rr

It ,.'''' ." . .' ., .'. .,. laria'; .glf" to 11adMrMs' ,' ....',".1.- . :'::t1 ;;.,} .. ieia- ." : -''


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TAPR1L 3, '11' THE ICISSf.. lEE VALLEY GAZETTE e 4 ..'TACI' H., ;fi
. I, '" t. .. ,or '. '" .. '" " '. I"" ::; '
thuti flvs.who, bravely and at?the I pJBIBIiyiUEIllf !filifiMi! !fi !fi DmIIMi :
imminent risk of their own live rushed [ . .
i t[ Apopka II II. Orange Center' II into1 the waves and dragged ashore [ ' ; .:1:

the .. '
There perishing was.,there-man., enacted, a scene.. [ : -' .ICJ : .. ,

' fc Col.'S..V. Picken has sold, through De.r'Gazette: The writer had oc- that thrilled two nation .at )least J [ ... ', I '

the'American Realty company,hi* fine casion in Orlando this week and The "Calliope" the British veseuwits [ .. '.1' 1 .. .-,
orange grove just north of town and I overheard some conversation' betweenwo the flame pouring from the top of [ ,., ',. < ... , .
4i f,t i* now (looking around for an oppor. gentlemen from, the north .who her funnels aa the furnaces were fed '.. .!, ". ''1..,' 'r ,. '"' '''-'' '." "" !Ii
,,,1 tunity to buy .another One.' ,I. had spent the past two* month in with fat and oil steaming alowJr.fol' . J.t. .'"I I!:":.,';' ",\'" "'- '-" : ,:,., ': .. :t.',. ,...... '
and'Mr.. Foster of! the in I ill 411 T "J\t:r l "'. '" 'w .::rv: :;' : ; '., 1tib
? Mr. ( Birmingham, Florida.( It seems they had been- to open sea the teeth of the gale; I .. ',. ',j. ., ': ---..... !
., '\IBshln last week the'American ,., ,
) ; were Apopka several places on the east coast a* wellaSon passed near flagship : : "
lookingfor, a home; and the' chance the gulf and in "Trenton.that was even then. n the .. -' ."..I" ", : I ; "t'
{ were putting .' .... ...,. ''', ,.' " l ''' ,
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are that they will yet select one from the last few week of their visit in Orlando -, rocks and going,(lto .pieces, and the ,\ '..!,",." 'l ,"''I, 1'1 t among what they saw. Sanford'DeLand and other Jn-:, British crew.. they drew abreast ? LI \1' '''' : , 'j' . ,, " '
W. T. Champney I.i having' some terior places.,, _They were delighted manned the rigging and,. gave the 7 N "'t. '. .'" . : .1
concrete work done in front of his..big with the climate and the hospitalityof perishing Americans three ringing -
store on i comer of Fourth street and the people, but.they,were convinced cheers. i\ '
Central avenue. that Florida vegetables were a myth, The Americans at, once manned 1,,,,' "
F. E. Zepphas just completed a:nice because they had beep fed from cans., their own yard and while the band rI
bungalow at'Plymouth and expects to a* they put it, in all of the hotel af played the "Star-Spangled Banner,"
build'another one there .at bnce. which they stopped. They had unfortunately from- the jawS of death returned the
I. 'I. Turner, the barber, has justreceived missed seeing any of the cheers a*. the "Caliope" passed to
a very fine fox hound from garden and packing plant and because safety.
Alabama which he prises very highly. the hotel fed them on canned Upon the last recurrence of the anniversary .- i iY1
I. M. Jackson reports that the fishing stuff, northern goods at that, they the German naval authorities Borne' y! r'
in Apo is fine these spring were sure that all they had previouslyread held at Kiel an imposing celebra- I t
days, and judging from the strings he about Florida vegetables was tion in honor of the memory of the !Ii
brings home they must be biting some. punk. Your writer butted in about men of their service who died] at Apia. !Ii "
W. T. Wilson made a business tripto that time and though they were One .own authorities' paid no sort of !Ii
points in east Georgia last week.A. strangers, he invited them to visit it. It has only been men
C. Starbird is /candidate/ for the him'n Orange Center, assuring them tioned by a newspaper here and-there. '

office of county commissioner, made of an exclusive yegetable- diet fresh .
vacant by the resignation of S. W. El-. from the garden. They declined, on TO MY SUCCESSOR.Here .
dredge'a I the plea of'laak of time, but I am l.
W. Eldredge has just been ap convinced thatJlhey' .jjow think that is a toast Tnt; to drink to a -

pointed as postmaster for Apopka. everybody living permanently in Flor- fellow I'll never know- .
jj. H. Wilherington has been quite ida have vegetable* every day of the To the fellow who's going to take my' George Blackstone Irving, a lecturer of national
' busy for the past few dhys showing year, but that the"poor tourist livingat place when it's time for me to-go.
.property to prospective, purchasers. hotels must subsist on canned stuff. I've wondered what kind of a chap reputation and "Better-Town Promoter" by prof
he'll be and I've wished I could !
I.lenry is the hustling president of the Not all of the hotels use canned goods [
:American! Realty company of Apopka exclusively, but the greater part of take his hand.'i [ sion has written a book called} "My Town"' the. S-1
I Just to whisper; wish well, old ,
and handles quite a volume of busi them do so, when there is no excuse
ness here. ,- for so doing. There are none of our man stand.," In a way that he'd, under [ of which he states is .' "Buy at Home."
James Jagger! and George Abbott i people in position to advertise Florida. [ sage; .
have returned I to their homes In Lake- so well as the hotel men. I'd like to give him the cheering word [ x a
Mass. board trade awarded '
of Mr.
wood, N. J., after spending the winter I For the past sixteen days our high, that I've lon ed at times to hear, : Springfield [ ] Irving !
visited Wauchula has 78 low 66. I'd like io give him the warm -handclasp .fi ,
and in Apopka.other points They In the'"tJt.e--while- temperature Messrs. David Burna averaged and-14..T. Dryden -' when. never a friend seems, I7wgT fi_ a prize of $500 for the best plan submitted for promoting -. i x'x
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here but found no place that suited visited our town early this week, << :: i
them like Apopka. the gentlemen are spending the sum I've learned my knowledge by sheer the interests of their city. He has studied
in Florida, making of > hard work, and I wish I could passit
Mrs. G. Harod returned last Mon- mer a crop
day night from a visit of a week at sweet potatoes near Orlando.L. I on subject in this country and abroad. Consequently
a. Petersburg, where she visited home I "A. Staples of New York is busyon To the fellow who'll come to take my 'tne'I''I''I'I
cele his place in section place some day when I am gone.L. ,
folks bration.and She witnessed reports the a very DeSoto pleasant ) Mr. Harney has been helping twenty-four.him put , E. Thayer. I knows what he is writing about, and the

visit.F. up fence and building. make advertisement for the
G. Wilthome of Jacksonville was Mr. Granger of Miami is enlarginghis I Subscribe to The Valley Gazette. quotations ,a strong .
in Apopka one day last week on a''j grove in sectiop twenty.five. He I
business mission and spent the time I expects to put trees on all the avail. ing-at-Home movement: BUY-I d
pleasantly here. I able land on his forty. CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING "
very The Methodist Ladies' Missionary Miss Hattie Matheson is spending 11'' I "Eve1"y. itizeli of a community farmer, laboring man, S =*
few weeks in Orlando.
society remodel are-Methodist soliciting subscriptions church in this to Ezra Ludwig has gone to his northern I sional manr each and all owe a heavy debt to their town. ._ Altogether .

city and we learn that they are mak home in New York state fore part ; too many citizens are'objects of charity from their fellow

ing The splendid American progress.Realty Company soldan of.turn the to summer.Orange Center Mrs. Ludwig with him.will j-e.. 1 five Cents Per Line t l5 citizens in accepting; community prosperity and enjoyments withy; '

The new Additions to our population .'.Each Insertion/. !Ii '
Orange grove Tuesday to John H. out giving value received. ---!ftIi -

Jloliday of Missouri.The I were welcomed this week, both I "A resident of a town uhbuld always patronize that business in
Hoodoo play which was given little One at the home of Will ,
here about a month ago and which Ivy and the other at the. home of WANTED-Farm machinery, tools, his communitythe owner of which resides there, in preference to I
etc. Send of the follow ;.
particular '
was such a success has been askedto Granberry.- Bass.SUPEKDKEADNOUGHT ing articles which must be in good &[ that business, the owner of which resides out of town. This principle 10iii 10- -"
future date.
The be repeated Baptist at association some was held CRAZE working; order and condition: Single [iii applies to every line of business." ,I'
IS "ORGANIZED wagon with seat and bed one-horse
here beginning last Friday, and a very disk harrow, cutaway or; round; [ "So widespread is the principle of home investmen-that the
successful session I
interesting and was 1 Grove, Cal.-Remarkably tooth harrows, planter, garden [
corn German Empire has organized a crusade against American bonds
is the allegation above,
appropriate as hand with .
planter, at-
held.M.. T. Anderson left Wednesday the nationality of the allegator is yet tachments, hqea plow, rakes garden, shovels, i:Ii urging that home interests need all local capital., The generalmanager ,f"R
morning for Kissimmee, and Tampa to more appropriate. Great Britain, as knives and .1 '
pruning cross-cut
saws of the International Harvester Company told the writer '
inspect the electric light plants and the chief sinner in the mad rivalry for [
saws, axes, posthole-diggers, etc.
obtain prices on machinery for our battleships, now, through her chancellor scythe, surrey, chains, hooks, swlvi that it ,is more difficult; to introduce their products in :Germany., '

plant here. We here will and everybody soon have will an of the exchequer, Lloyd George, el-trees and anything useful arounda I I than in any other nation. When a nation acts this way is. it not significant Ii'
electric plant characterizes that wicked and wanton faVm. Address, with cash prices, !
be happy. waste of the world's wealth as "or- Manager; Box 145, Kissimmee, Fla. lesson for towns ? ; !Ii
1'.. A. B* Lewis is having a good, substantial I ganized insanity." 12-tf
fence built around his twenty- Unfortunately the disease is annu- ..
I Yes it is lesson for this
acre farm, recently purchaserd, just ally becoming.more aggravated and WANTED TO RENT house for the I a significant very, community. !

east, in the Piedmont section, widespread. year; 4 to 6 rooms; city water :
and will plant the entire tract in citrus One reason is that the microbe convenient; nice location Wet
fruit as soon as it is cleared. and which carries it, and causes it, is a possession March or April; beat ili
ready to plant. creature of strong will, power and intelligence ;
R. L. Howard and H. H. Witherington backed by much money. Address care guaranteed W. P. I*, Box for 117 property.or 'ee s*...<...... .. ..... .. ... . .. . ..... ... ... ..... .... ... .... .. :
took a party of friends over to There are dollars'in the.Jobl;| One of F. F. Cummin at Canon Grocery I : x t. r.
little South ,
Orlando Wednesday in-the that made' these scare-breeders and panic-mon Co. Also want at once, 1 or 2 wnfurnlahed .... -, .. .
Dakota Ford touring car ger, known a .lthe business agent of fooms. gtf ', -. "" .
the trip all the way through from a great armament syndicate, broughta IL C STANFORD COMMIT ... . .+ I. '
Dakota to Apopka this winter. 1: RULL BASS :
.South difference between himself and i his INFORMATION concerning the MARKET't
'D. F.: Brown Joe M. Beyer and couit' pres- [ Dry Goods, Cloth ag aid. Shee .. ...-.'"''''' ,' .
employer into aBritish of justice. rent holder (or possessor) of a wire ,, -..... : .I : "I.l"" :... .. :! (
James C. Sutton, all from up in Georgia .. _The ease'never'came '10 trial, model 0( a machine for cutting the [I .- Fmisltiaf'*,-aad ,.Notiosu "V 'v>i Je., -*?! 'Jw'i ,,": +' ,}Fres1'Meab .of AD.Kbdi 4< i4
j spent a day in Apopka a few but enough transpired to show 'that. stem of oranges and gathering oranges [ : ,
,days ago and were so well pleased, his. allowance .for traveling expenses and smaller fruit Will be \' $ > . .
after looking around: that they expect annualy was 3,000 pounds sterling liberally rewarded and no question .[. : '. !Ii''
to come back and buy a home here. ($15,000 roughly) and his commissionfrom asked if returned to this office. L fi --:;!
o H.M. Witherington; made a"trip last t, to 5 per cent on the sales ef 13-3-pd -- '
week-down in Polk county and visited fected. (The War Traders. E. H. Ii CLARK: MEIKLEJON !!Ii

'--v.__-the new townsite of Dundee. He',accompanied Perris.) Dreadnoughts and munitions FOR SALE. !i l!.Yi .:1 -i iDUTI
a party of friends (rom of war were his stock in trade, and fifi ON-HARRIS CO. Real Estate "

Birmingham, Ala., and other points. an order for even one $10,000,000 bat- FOR SALE-A triple A 'Hercules .. SHOES .
Senator J. E. Buxton caught a bass tleship would yield, at 1 per cent. a stump-puller good as new. Will 106 .
weighing eleven pounds and a half at neat sum of $100,000, half of which sell cheap; also forty full-blooded !j fi Broadway .. I
Lake Apopka last Thursday. The sen- might influence politics quite consid- Brown Leghorn hens. C. H. Funk, fi I !y; i"
ator was very proud of his catch, but erably in some countries. < Kissimmee, Fla. 12-tf '
thinks that something should be doneto When the nations realize! that their !I fifi WATERS & CARSON GROCERY ; "
protect; the fish of that fine lake patriotism is simply being: played DESIRABLE residence in Apopka for r; .
against such fishermen as himself, upon by a cool and calculating cliqueof sale. Seven-room house and two- I fi .' COMPANY, .
who have absolutely no compunctionabout commercial travelers, and that all acre lot; 65 bearing orange tree ... .
taking the biggest ones In the this talk of ineradicable race antipathies and same amount young trees on ;I ,
\ is. made ridiculous by the mere lot; city water;;corner Central] avenue !j fifi K1SS1HMEE FURNITURE CO. -
lake.W.. 'I... 'Pannell is quite busy now existence of our cosmopolite cities, and Orange street; comeres on ..fifi Everything for tibe U.... '
preparing to put down that long where peoples of all tongues live har- the new brick highway. Just the .. J, E. Roth. Manager. :
J- stretch *>f sidewalk Fourth, street monously 'under one government, place for a winter home-$:r,5OCi.!; y---------: -.-- NELSON REALTY;COMPANY !Ii' ._
town so"much. Let -e&slt-balatrerto --- --------- =
which will help our there is hope that coming Hague suit: purehi%< -- -
the-<<,ood'work go on. conference may apply the easy cure er. Address W. T. Wilson, Apopka. fri j Ne. 9 Darfiagte AreipeFw ; ;:
,+ for this "organized insanity." Fla. 13tiFOR Ij j .
w This is a general applica- fifi $ $ !Ii-

V II. CampbellMrs. ii II tion of easy the in that Monroe president's doctrine proclamation as exemplified -- good SALE pasture OF land RENT-720 close to Whittier acres of !!j j fifi fiR a LAWSON "

J. E. St. Onge, 2105 Myrtle St., Sioux D. G. McKAY REAL ESTATE
dated April 28, 1818, one clauseof City, Iowa IJ Caik Store ,jt g
11-4t ..
which reads, "All other armed vessels fifi 'I
F. C. M. Boggess of Fort Og- on these lakes shall be fptthwith FOUND-Gold Masonic pin; !j 10 Broadway AGENCY ..'
den returned to her home last dismantled, and no other vessels of fifi \
Fla., and compass within a.Urge G. Person !I .
!Ii;; t j
i week after a few weeks' visit with war shall be -there built or armed. calling at this office, proving fifi
her daughter Mrs. E. E.,Brown. This clause formed part of an "ar- property and paying for this notice !j --W;- if.'iIi :
We are very glad of our new road, rangement" between his Britannic ma- IJ "
can secure pin: 6-tf .. : .
a* we can go to Klsgimmee now a jesty and the president'(Monroe) and }.. JI"
nearer route. senate of the United State of America FOR RENT. fifi HUNTER LAND CO. 'r 1
Mrs. E. E. Brown is very busy hiv as to the Canadian boundary, and Real Ltat. 'I: '
ing bees, and four and five warm has worked satisfactorily for near a DWELLINGS for rent, opply to. M. !j fiR !Ii;;- I
come out a day; she is also taking Century.Let Tiller. ....I
honey from them now. She took out the United States of America W. B. MAKINSON CO. yi--; : ",j,'
'119 pound of.nice orange honey. end to the next Hague conference a FOR RENT-Comfortable: bed room, ISfi !Ii ,
C. C. Dempsey, from Live Oak, Fla., delegation of pacifist instructed to centrally located. Large porch. 8 !J fifi Hardware, Cutlery, BM SuppEas ., &IE! ,
who has been relieving the depot work for a world-wide extension of I and 1bddII.y.x W G. HANKINS ..... ,
W. Prentis. 42-tf
agent, J. Y. Morrison, left Tnexday. such eminently sane provisions 1 AJ Lag Mackiae and Typewrit '!
Mrs. Ada. McCloud spent Tuesday The world is ready to heed! It iswarweary FOR RENT OR SALE __!Ii-;; ; .4
-Two-atory '
1'it' in Kiasimmee shipping. 1 tore building on Brack North fifi ;.. t
John Roland is visiting IJ vi'k'l'
1 A MEMORABLE DISASTER.The KiaaJmmee. H. C. Stanford 29-tf ;I iiI '

here.Misses Flossie' and Bessie !j fifi '
16th day of the present month touring car, fifi
Garrett spent Friday in Kissimmee.Miss < has been used little will PANICS DEPARTMENT STORK ,
returned homelaet'week "'.a the anniversary 'of an event that a very ; exchange !j e
Emil Sylvester memorable in the of three for town or country real fifi R
was history es Diy CM4aOotU eras. Fin -j<
after few months' visit in ge
a tate. :J. M. Wlllson Jr. .
navies. On that day in 1889 there ..
Jupiter Fla. where she has been visiting fifi --*! ;
" relatives, there. were gathered in the harbor of Apia, !I 5 sad lOe Stan I iIi

Dan Johnson from the point, was Samoa, three American, two German KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO rr ,"!
'Tuesday. and one British warship, when there -!Y; I i iIi
visitor here ; :
a HOUSE Wh.l-al. aM Roag 1
them of the AND .
) tame upon one worst LOTAT tIi
Mrs. Bronson in Klssim-
Lucy was
, hurricanes that' those.. seas, famousfor u .\tIi r.
men Saturday'hopping
J. W. PRENTISflame
4. J. H. Lanier Jr and daughters, their storms, bad ever known. '.'
Misses Lilly and, Mary:, returned Mon. These vessel were all smaller and ; A BARGAIN --%! -- *, erg,,., TalUbfSewtmc Jlr"-lI" x.tIi . .1
of much less than the cruisersof ...
4 day:, after a few day, visit in Tampa.Barney power Ma kJbea .---- ).
the present day and most of them i
'" ); \ Bai of Davenport was a / ... .,
visitor here Saturday. . were helpless in the grasp of the Located in most desirable residence !Ii ,.
;. \ hurricane. Only one ox theb'wu: portion .o!' Kiaslmmee, near courthouse .. ., !Iii. ... ..
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a no and performed'her' part in a.per -'" .. road booster spoke .along the H..... "CHECKERS" FOR MEMBER OP TI B JiOt1 .. :-

t GRAYSTONE: fectly charming musical manner and I GENEVA of what good".a., community' der'Nd'I ATDiXII REP $ENTATIVES. 81'Anli. : ;

) ', \ deserves her full share of the'credit from roads, and) stated they were glad V'' .OF FLORIDA.. i..
, ; 'i? for the success of' the1 occasion. '- to 'see'.our- neighbor awakening to TONIGHT Being: impressed,with the'I inceritirof'the :: r,
The first number ton the program that fact, that we of,Osceola had for many people throughout thecounty -,.;
: ; .' 1 I wia "Dixie" by the ladies, and on the i years' been working to that end and. ''The"tory'of''Ch.cker',*?'told. brief. who have urged' me to''be-.t.r' .

CASINO:, second time through the end.charae. ROAD'i were actually building real roads. ly, ii as follows:: come a candidate for\: representatlt
,y .,, '. ,..... -torA..cakewalked |In truly negro ..tyleacroaB After general discussion a, com: Edward Campbell, known as "Chick* in the lower house of the legislatr ..II.
t' ': : -, j the front of the stage and took mittee, consisting: of H, .C. Stanford, ers," works his ,ways up from a mes- and also being ambition to serve :' .
their seats-, three on either end-,' and Dr. W. ''L. Winn and Mayor May, was eenpcT boy to a clerkship in a bank. people among whom I have been rea
1' were greeted with hearty and" prolonged appointed to look thoroughly into the Upon the.death of his mother.he- gets ; I hereby announce' myself l'eel :
: ; -\ ;.,,,;.. OPENS I applause.' BOOSTERS:. matter and report their findings at into bad company.loses his position, candidate for the position rof''rep
; : the next meeting of.the'board of trade. from Osceola' : lh tf
1.: .. ,_ I The following program was carried : and is without friendswho can help sentative county
. I out to' the entire satisfaction of the j .. ,, A short social session was then held, him. Coaxed into a gambling house, lower house of the legislature, ubj ;-i
v ---= -_ I when the visitors were given the op- to the nomination at the June primal .
.. 'I. large/ audience present: be loves his last dollar, and then-is giv-
manof PAT'sJOHN SXO f.
.Friday Night With Peter I MinHI.I, First Part. ,. Visit Kissimmee In Search e. en a'a fight jojb\ as during dealer.which One.evenlng a man ie thereIs "kill 4"FoIi .

i Popular song/ "Sing' Me the Rosary"i before sundown., ed. Checkers; is suspected, but inno COUNTY COMMISSIONER' .t.tTo
( !, Mrs. C. A, Cole. cent. Fearful, he determines to getaway the Democratic Voters of OsceoUl ,,1

I " . Pan Minstrels- ---''I I I Time-Fend"-MrA song, "A C. Little Weidler.Bit of Rag. I of Financial Aid OUR h HIGH. SCHOOLBOYS from tout the Push city.Miller Meeting, they a make racehorse County On the: solicitations. of :my friendsI- I ."-. \...

1 Comir opera Detection, "I'm in. Love their way south\ to the track. Wining and:\ after due consideration of the responsibilities 1 '.-
--- With, Oiiiof( ) "I In- Stars" LcjioreJlirhardx : WILL COMPETE some money, they follow the of the office, I hereby '
:MEETING OF CITIZENS CALLED horses to Hot Ark. announce myself a candidate for count\ t'
,, AMATEUR, ; ACTRESSES IN (;iRGEOUS ( - -- Springs, Arthur ,
COSTUMES Rag. "You ('Hn'fc Jet Away I Frorri'It"Mrs. AND'COMMITTEE:' APPOINTED Kendall, a young man from Clarks- t.y commissioner to represent the peo-is; .
; GREETED : W J S.-ar<. I TO INVESTIGATE THE MAT Pro!. R. M Evans, principal of Os- ville, Ark., gets. very friendly with pie of the county from (Commission-, ,'I,i'
'k WITH HEARTY AIM'LAU.SK: | Love sung/ "When the Whoje World i ; ceola high school, is determined that Checkers. Kendall g off on a spree, er's District No. 2, comprising voting;,,'
DURING TU.KIU RENDITION ''llns Cone; Back on You" Mrs. W. II. TER'j\NI[> REPORT TO his scholars shall excel in every and his sweetheart, Pert Barlow, and Precincts Nos.. 2ind/ 3 of Osceola

," OF DIFFICULT'' I|, Norton.Negro. ,, BOARD OF branch, whether it be study or play, her father come to bring him home. I county, to be voted for! in the democratic -'* I
t .. Hl'S. Ming/ "Mammy Jennjy.: _iubiMIV | -. TRADE.Mayor and to that end will take a team toTampaw Arthur will go only if Checkers accompany -! primaries to be held in June ?.
!I..<," : Myrtle: Babbitt. "" t -- -- on 'the 11th to compete in the him. Winning to earn'an I Realizing, us I do, that a public s.-v.;;, |;'
Topiriil J sung. "If I Were in Love ,Athletic meet to be held in that; city honest living Checkers. takes the office is a public trust, and that a pubs, .
Our beautiful Casino, thvnter I With, ,""u. I ,il'li'' (In; .I" Virginia MakIIISIIII ; May, on W>edn_day morn ion i I that date. and goes to work in the : lie officer is a public 'Servant, therej Iq j .,\.
new } : i IIg, _recclv.ed' a teiegramaym that i Five or six schools will have teams j. of Pert fore, if I am nominated and elected, I p'.' .
last Friday night! with avery general store Jur''ather.!
was opened ) in.- men in autos would arrive during in the contest which is held under the shall strive to serve the people, 'looking ;
and "\ home, .frwgl, li' sonj. "I''"" 111 !Motikeyvillc" I Barlow breaks her engagement! with
amu nig
;r. talent inlet-fitting production" of 1'cU-r I'un." !I Mrs. S. II. )MulloikWall : 'tl!I"' forenoon and would like. to meet I auspices of the Y. M. C. A., and while Arthur, and Checkers falls in love with I always to the interest of the county -

( The with ;Alias. j.- / ,song "Hello] Little Sweet .n' .delegation of our peo le.U"L our high school boys have never been I her. Pert Bnrlpw's father, wishing as to good roads and our public ;
Pearl progru'm jjn-ni'd the roll of I'ett-r ,Ix'iirt". \11 Ii. I'l l R Hlrnnis. / about noon the lookout spied a uccusetl of cutting any great slices out her to mary Arthur Kendall, forbids I schools. I yield to no one in lobo for

Pan, who-Rogers royally playing enU-rtuirird I <1 u <'"m "Wull Street. (tr;, .,I"Regular! niun-- machine currying five travel-worn men i i of I the athletic pie, still they have..nevI I Checkers see her and tells him not and advocacy of them, and would d the of and
of theatrical, stars with HII i inning li.vmint. loch Iui'. -"rounding head Broadway I|leI' gone against a \game yet that they to come back to Clarksville until he I all I could for the upbuilding of .the'. . 1
puny "Pi !our mayor planted his 250, pounds of did not give good account of them- in our county. ,
'in cabaret. The vntiniust" was lei Pun" Vit.H.1.! IVurle RogersPolite : : a : has made $5,000 by honest work. Pert >
a hi" h in. the center of the street and (J. B. WOODALL.
mude.up of hones I tuli nt. with 1 tl", < yception ViuioVt! illf.Ki'ulnlu . "rued "I 1 am May, the mayor of the ], HeJ'ncs." "gives Checkers an old California $50 i 1 .-
Professor Evans .he has
of Riigcis.: ,uln ;u-l. < .l ;is ., the best the the says as good gold piece as a love token. COt'N'1'Y
grandest prettiest
Mrs Earl: Lupferii material to work on as has any school ; FOR TREASURER.
the master of rereitminex. \ and) who hadpont ; / / I Leaving Checkers is unable -
F (( leanest city on earth; now, who the in I the tate, and intends to to it Deeply grateful for the honor which
only about two wicks! in, t tiiiin I 1 .iii<-.\ 'g devil are" you and [from whence do you that his I the democrats of Osceola county coni .
boys grinding
''i ing the ladies in t In- v armui.u" | t ", t tli -vrj I him I k 11,1.1- hull ?" keep away un- I tries again and again.\ One day, i
l'iniin, ,, -0 i lo 'j Oil\' 1'JJ.'J( ,|i til they perch on the top rung of the broke he drifts down to the track I fererd on me by electing/ me to the
And the answer cagier: "We are i ladder.SECONDHAND. I office of county treasurer two ynartucro -
\1.\ Old) Kcntuiky Home"Mrs. I D. | hoping to meet some of his old friends
To the stranger: in I the iimlu-nii. , it the road boosters from Geneva' which I' j and assuring them that I greatly
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i I from whom he ran borrow Pert I'
appeared UK though the') were. all professional In :Mnif. KoM-m kn TrevoniaKnmtc. Jics. at I the east end of the great county sties they drpoilri/ t I Ihrni", "Ki'\.f "- jf'r"i'' ;: : ?''(. .,I.' of St mlfiole! on the shores of Lake.'| I and others from Clarksville are at the relf as a candidate for re-election and i
r' t eve. with Much romposurc and l dignity !\I.r J IVurli. Kngei'" assisted! by en- Hartley" our numeh ar'e.J T. McLain i I track that .same day. In desperation I can only promise if nominated and
and rendered the parts assigned j liu"I'ctet, J'JIM", lailii-s. chorus.M1rs. who i is president of our board of' jat seeing Pert and Arthur together, tlpcted that I will continue to performthe
I to them so udinnalily, that 'it was hard W K :Meiltcljiinpiano! / ,"','om. trade; M. K. Dooley who is secretaryI : II I Checkers bets. the $50 gold piece Pert duties! devolving\ upon me to the
believe amateurs. I the board l of trade L. M. Rehbind- I ,
/; to they were < ; b 'st of my ability.
1"1| | has given him on a horse, called Remorse
,. Ev lV"umli-r itA t-he program was er, he is vice-president of the board; of .S. L. LUPFER.
The I at odds of 100 to 1. Remorsewins.
applauded to the echo and the encore closing acetic was beautiful beyond I( trade-anil H. A. Speer and (,'. A. Rau- FURNITURE I
Seeing Checkers. the father of
The entire
description (tallies'chorus /
continued until the performer was ilerson, who are just plain citizens, but FOR COUNTY( COMMISSIONER.
Pert her Checkers. follows -
r <, in a Remi-circle, with the manager I tears away.}
a forced to return and repeat t a part of good fellows just the same. DISTRICT NO. 2.
her act for those in the audience. ; Miss. Rogers, in the center, with With that introduction Mayor May WANTED ' them to Clarksville. I hereby announce myself a candidate -
y of As his $3,000 has. not been earnedby
their delicately-tinted costumes I
The following ladies of our city com 'Immediately began notifying\ our busiI "- I II for the office of county commissioner -
honest work Checkers knows he
j .'1 posed the cast of characters that made silks satins crepes, chiffons and laces, I I ness< men I there would be a meeting in from District No. 2, and solicit
I have the Stock cannot claim Pert. But while he is in
.withllarge! black hats and their lovely purchased and I .
P I'an" Minstrels: Mrs. the council chamber at 2 o'clock, and the vote of al' democrats at the primary -
' It'. Geraldine Norton, Mrs S. II Bullock, bouquvts! N, of rules. was a scene that jat: that hour there was a fair number Stand at 15 Broadway apd am now I Ipr..pared bank Clarksville owned a run Perl's is started father. on Check-the to be held June 2, 1914E. .
-t t Mrs. W.B. Crawford, !Mrs W. J. Scars will n< soon be forgotten. And then i I present. The mayor requested. S. J. to either buy or sell by L. OVERSTREET.
his the
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.Lt Mrs. E. E. Wells Mrs. T. M. Rivers, !.MissRogers! < gave the final number, Triplett, president of the l board of I era uses ready holding --
l I crowd of and
clamoring depositors,
Mrs. H. R. Dale Mrs. C. J. Clayton. "The Rose Song in a most exquisite
and that FOR
* trade to preside gentleman I finally naves the day by the deposit of COUNTY COMMISSIONER,
v. Mrs U. R. Blennis, Mrs. E. G. Vans manner ': called upon the visitors to tell! their New and I the $5,000 which he has DISTRICT NO. 3.
-a Agnew Mrs. D. R. Herrington, MrK. Many of the ladies were presentedwith << [: story.I . I At this, Pert's father declares won. that I hereby announce myself as a candidate -'
.J. n. Clark, Mrs. R. C. Weidler, Mrs.J. handsome bouquets! of beautiful I: Mr. McLain was delegated by his he needs Checkers for re-election on the board of
Earl Lupfer, Mrs. C. A. Cole, and roses by appreciative friends in theaudl,11I'e I associates I to perform that duty and SecondHandFurniture Pert the choice as a, and son-in-law.all Bounty commissioners from DistrictNo. I
6 Misses .Lenore Richards. Virginia Ma at the conclusion of their respective he, in a brief and'man- 'I I approves. _are 3, and solicit the votes of all democrats -
,.' kinson, Myrtle Babbitt, Ethel May number. ner stated that they desired to builda happy.Checkers will >be displayed at the at the primary to be held June I
': Wilder, Marjorie Belle Raarden, Mary The entertainment was given for the road five miles long, to run from I Dixie theater tonight\ at the popular 2, .'U4.! A. F. BASS. '
f '.1 O'Berry and Elsie McCasker. benefit of .the Christian church of this Geneva to St. John's river, which, I prices o; lOc for children 'and "ZOc! j
f The costumes worn upon this occa&i city and a nice sum was realized as.a. when built, would shorten the distance ]If you have furniture to sell-- for adults. FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER.
j \; a most exquisite labyrinth of The prime mover in securing and coast nearly a hundred mites, but that ]If you, want to _buy furniture I hereby announce myself a candidate -

.I ...\I. delicate colors and tailored in the latest carrying/ to a successful. conclusion this :I they were not financially able to build AnnouncementsFOR for member of the school board
.fJ. D approved'fashion. s attraction was Mrs. S. B. Aultman I the road, and as it would be of" great Come and See Me from District No. 2, subject! to the Action -

!; 6 The six end characters- -black-fac and she deserves much credit for her benefit to cities along the route, they MEMBER HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES of the primary to be held June 2,

ed commendians-were all dressed-untiring efforts to make the occasion )I i felt as though it would not be im- We are sure to treat you right. STATE OF 19U. WALTER BRONSON.FOR .

,J,.,,.if alike, with w dresses caps, large red a profitable and successful one as well modest on their part to ask financialaid FLORIDA.I .
f.' bows, black with the skirts as an enjoyable 'one, and for .more of our people, but whether we aid- I hereby announce myself as a candidate , COUNTY COMMISSIONER.I .
s' .11'', split on either side and a bright red than two hours the audience sat and ed them or not, they intended to in I to represent Osceola county in hereby announce myself a cafi i-
L -"petticoat and red hose were exposed enjoyed to the fullest extent this some way build the road, but the the .house of representatives of the date for county commissioner from +
sp :. through the split, and small fancy splendid attraction, and left feeling more money they had to spend the MILLER Florida legislature, subject to the action District No.4, subject to the demo- 1
< white aprons completed their uniform. \glad tat they had been BO pleasantly better the road would be. kP' of the democratic voters at the cratic I primary.;

Mrs. Meikeljon presided at the pi- entertained. II. C. Stanford and W. J. Sears, real June primary. S. J. TRIPLETT. W. R. GODWIN. ,-

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