Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: April 10, 1914
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00641
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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, ,'i greatest city in Florida in ten ,y.eara' with All butone aboard! bound for Ft. Myers
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times on our streets during pastmonth
ti Q I State Press association to Kisslmino.
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Gazette most concurs.
I F Ihi I heartHy editor of the Valley Gazette, and his
As soon as he decided, some eight Il
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good- wife and
to make Kissimmee his l Editor C. F. Johnsonof
-II years ago, the Osceola Journal board 'the
home, he at once began buying property 'south-bound
modern and train for Ft. Myers to at.;
and costly
.' buildings, erecting among which is the Gray- / I RESIDENCE OF J.: M! WILLSON, JR., ADERHOLD STREET. I tend Pres*UM they-annual meeting be accompanied of the State
f by IMayor
{1 I stone, the best all.year hotel in the -H. R.May of 't
Kissimmee
!f' cUte. representing
arrived at the : this city Hon. E. L. Leslie,
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{1 modern playhouse, and no sooner than ity, Hon. H.-C., representing Sbntord Osceola ant count Le '
the idea became crystalized than he Lade Press wife ?lad
had a half hundred men at work digging HONORABLE Region DAUGHTERS I representing"the KissimtneaBoard-..ofTrade. r
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the foundation for what today and with 'th m Mr. and Mr,
in W. B. Crawford, fro and Mr.. J. M: i
of the handsomest buildings
I Willson Jr., and Misers, C: '
Association Organized W. Griffin
the south It being a concrete: some
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LEWIS Agnew. These friend
of it three stories, and forty-seven
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THECONFEDERACY associates
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building four feet is long.already Part occupied of this,immense and the In Kissimmee April 8th meeting and extend to to attend that'honorable this state. t
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body of
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for tenants in about thirty days.It O'BRY AN invitation to hold their next 't

would appear to the average man ORGANIZATION THAT IS DESTINES TO BE OF MUCH VALUE TO annual session in Kissimmee'; 'i
Kisiiramet will
I IK" that Harry Thurman had enough bus- . throw open wide her,
iness on his mind to keen him con- THE OWNERS AND EDITORS OF NEWSPAPERS IN THE COUNTIES I rates and welcome '. them_into oat.."
'Sal midst and the Invitation is not half
stantly employed when he looked after COMPOSING THE ASSOCIATION. ft
the management of Thurman City, a hearted* one, but cones freely and
suburb he recently laid out on the Elected City Attorney By -- Will Meet In Kissimmee these representative citic iur..wh go

I1i> "west. shore of the lake, his immense I The I.ake Region Press asosciation was called and the scholars and teachers to carry the metsage ot.'lnTitaUOn' ;
+ vegetable garden just across the rail- i is now a fact-it was organized in ordered to report; in the aXiditori- from Kissimmee know' that th.,- havei,
.," road track from the Graystone, and CouncilOLD Kissimmee on Wednesday, the 8th. um. These children: filled every one of December 2. back of them the hearty approval and
.\ the care of the Graystone and this I Under the ordinary conditions that the 4,000 scats, leaving room for only endorsement q= the entire city,ln the
1\\ new building spoken of above, but simple statement would bq! sufficientto fifty of our city people, and what a message they go to deUver" , ; .

Harry Thurman is not by any means COUNCIL CLEANS THE DESK convince the average person that beautiful pisture they made, what an MRS. C. A. CARSON and The next meeting must come here, iD
?, an average man, and he can turn off the lake region section of Florida was impressive sight, what inspiring MADE CHAIR- geographical! location: hearty
:yx)( <1\\. more work ,in a day than any five average OF ALL BUSINESS AND NEW foremost in 'everything that tendedto thougths they brought as at a word ; MAN* OF COMMITTEE THAT 'invitation and .enthusiastic delegation.
men.Therefore. MEMBERS TAKE OATH. the advancement of this grand and from their principal a quiet reignedthat i I WILL AWARD FREESCHOLARSHIP counts for anything, it Is sure to"com.' .
i {- ft was no surprise to G. F. KRIBBS IIEADS glorious commonwealth, but the con- : was'as the stillness of the air. IN '
those who knew the man when they STREET COMMIT- ditions surrounding the organizationof The editors and visiting ladies were '
+il learned that be had purchased Cafe the editors of the counties of Vo- escorted to the stage and there the COLLEGES.
+" Breeze, that magnificent piece of propj TEE. C lusia, Seminole, Orange,.Lake and Os play began., The hrgh school orchestra --.:- ". I PAY POLL
4', erty lying just south of the railroad ceola into one compact: mass were not composed of eighteen pieces and Kissimmee seems'to b..blossoming' , .
trestle that crosses the arm of the lake, Last Monday night the old city by any mean ordinary, and therefore led .by a.DeWltt; Brown opened the out into a, real "convention: city." It ;'
and 'which already has a seawall extending council met in regular session in the we go into>detail as to what was done program with -a delightful selection. will be remembered ,that the State
k along Its waterfront council chamber and proceeded to clear and how it. was done.:, Professor Evans then in a few.happy Chamber of Commerce: wag organized i TAX orront' ,
A company headed by Arthur E. the desk of all business, after whichIt In previous isspje of the Valley i words expressed his gratification, at' here just a little more than a year ago ,
Donegan acquired this splendid 'property adjourned* sine die. Immediately Gazette we told the story fit how the- having'such a body of educators in and from that organization has grown "
some three years ago, and ex- hereafter the newly-elected: councilmen idea bf this organization finally penetrated Kissimmee and said it was quite ap. into one of the great state organization -; '
pended considerable money in Im- presented themselves and 'took the crust of the-infertile brain propriate for the press, the school and ..
provements, but they were a little the oath of office, after. which an of Bob Holly of Sanford, and how the the board- of trade to come togetherIn During the present week the Lake MAY 9TH ;
ahead of the times, and ceased work. adjournment was taken Until Wednesday board of trade invited the editors to such a fashion. He then introduced Region Press association was very ,
,d # During' the _past year several handsome night, when the newlyelectedbody r hold their initial session in this city. I Kissimmee's mayor, H. R. May, who successfully organized here and bids I .'-../ . '
e.3 bungalows have been built in convened and proceeded to organize I which invitation was accepted, andnow delivered the address of Welcome. He fair to grow into immense proportions j (
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Breeze but the absence of good for the year's work that lies tell of and result In' unlimited .. .
Cape- we you what actually occurred welcomed the editors to the town, and and untold .
streets and cement walks has retard before them.J. I with no' frills as ft-flideline: in concluding turned, officially, the good for the whole country embracedin Or You Cannot Vote In '
-, ed its growth. W. Thompson, the new president The morning train from Apopka, keys of the city over to R. J. Holly, the association.The : '
Now that Mr. Thurman has acquired of' the council, appointed. the following I I which was the first to arrive on the who was to follow. The response by United Daughters of the Con-
the property things will begin to standing committees for the term: 'I memorable 8th, brought :Travis M. By- Editor Holly of Sanford was full of federacy will hold their annual state'
hum, for he is not the man to let Education-G. F. Kribbs, chairman; I' ars, the distinguished editor of the spirit.S. convention in Kissimmee on December j Primary /
grass grow under his feet. The first r Roma Thomas, G. R. Prather. News, the only, and therefore the best J. Triplett spoke words of wel- 2d, and from present indications the : i
thing he will do will be to finish the Building-T. M. Rivers, chairman, I paper published in that thriving little come on behalf of the Kissimmee next annual meeting of the State I

cement wall on the lake shore, and G. H. Prather, G. F. Kribbs. i cit):: . Board of :Trade. The response was Press association will be held in Kie-I THE LAW REQUIRES THAT 'putPAY
; when that is done a dredge will be 'Inance--Roma Thomas, chairman; ,, ine A. C.; L,. train, which arrived at renaerea oy i. M. myars 01 Apopka, simmee.. HO that truly Kiasimmee I. YOUR POLL TAX IN'. ._
put to work pumping sand from the T. M. Rivers, G. R. Prather. 9:20 a. m. from the south, had aboardS who told of his coming to Florida from I becoming popular --s; a conventioncity. ;:; ; : -- >;" '
lake bottom onto the low places until I Streets-G. F. ,,Kribbs, chairman, D. McBride, who for more years Birmingham and his delight with its i PERSON TO COLLECT
the whole flat raised to at least four Roma Thomas, G. H. Prather. than he cares to number has induced beauties. On behalf of the public The United Daughters of the CPn- TOR _B J YL"_ ,....:..
feet' above high water mark. Light and Water T.: M. Rivers, the good people of Arcadia to permit schoola..oLDueolaF Superintendent W federacy have appointed Mrs. C.' A. ... -
When this work has been completed chairman G. H. Prather- ,-Roma Thomas. him to .live- there and print a paper J. Sears spoke* entertainingly, extending Carson of this city as chairman of a I Some people are laboring under Ute
-streets" paved r cement sidewalks lathand called the News, but which is, as Char- the heartiest welcbme to the committee whose duty It will be. to I I impression that it did not require a
. a boulevard made along the wa- Ce-m.tery-G. H. Prather, chairman, lie Jones said, wrongly named, and scribes. The response was made by award to the several young ladies and poll tax receipt: to vote in the,.June +'
." terfront, Mr. Thurman will offer lots; T. M. Rivers, G. F. Kribbs. George Washington Adams, who edits C. E, Woods of Eustis. young men who merit by examination primary, and for the benefit of those
";, k for sale, and it goes without saying Rules and Ordinances. H. Prather and managers newspaper at Zol- C. F. Johnson brought a message of test the scholarships which this organization we state that the law' require that
4\1\ that every lot will be sold the first chairman, T. M. Rivers, G. F. fo that he calls the Truth, but which welcome from the press of Osceola.He has arranged to present to poll tax must be paid on.or before the, t
.,,: month they are on the market. Therefore Kribbs. has never been guilty of a G. Wash. expressed satisfaction on having the ones fooTnd worthy'and who are not second Saturday nth. month prated'" .1
; ";* those who desire to get in on the Sanitary-T. M. Rivers, chairman, stunt. the editors here. The response by C. financially able to continue. their ing the month in which aq election ,,', '"
4 ground floor and annex a lot in what G. F. Kribbs, Roma Thomas. I The train from Holly's town and E. Howard of Orlando was fall of school work. These scholarships will held, and in thIs Instance to ,be en-i\
r: Is to become one of the most fashionable Hon. Lewis O'Bryan was elected by running on the A. C. 'L. tracks reached bright gems. He said the five coun- be distributed among several different titled to vote in primary on Jane Z +t
l t suburbs around Kissimmee for a the council as the legal representativeof Kissimmee at 9:40: and before the ties represented comprised within colleges1 the south. poll tax must be paid on or1." before,, F '
'/1 small amount of money, had best get the city to fill the position of city wheels had ceased to roll Bob Holly themselves the greatest domain in all I May 9. 1, J.-. a' ?
-} 1 in touch with Mr. Thurman with as attorney. In making this selection hit the platform and tarried to assist the world. He reviewed the marvelous And the law further provide* that' \ :' ''
If;., little delay as possible. the council is to be congratulated upon Mrs. Hplly, Mra E. B. Brown and developmnt of the soil and the civilization OSCfOLA COUNTY poll tax must be paid in person, that ",
+ This sale was mada.through the the wisdom displayed. Mr. O'Bryan, Mrs. C.'E. Henry to alight in safety. and was positive that these is, no one can act as agent for another 1 ;y j 'Yd
l H. G. Selver, real estate agency. while yet a young man, bas in the;few There is no use to tell our readers five counties could, unassisted if necessary CANNING CLUBIS and pay poll tax. ' t I''
; years he has resided here demonstrated from whence hailed these people-they provide their inhabitants with Collector Bandy la at Ma office to

CIViC'LEAGU E to the public that he Is a man of had celery stamped on every feature, the necessities of life. the court house every week, day.; from, ,Yfi",
unusual talent and intellect and is DOING WELL in the morning until
: as does every man or woman who lives That concluded the welcoming exercises ready > sunset a
i ENTERS ,PROTEST thoroughly competent: to properly'han-I, six weeks in 'Sanford Then came-C. and the strains of as delightfuland to acco..modate'OQ.with. .a reT r .
die the affairs of our E. Wood'l the brilliant editor of the pleasing music by the high school -;:--- ceipt: in exchange for :your dollar, and K '
ti\ 0 sL the action of the council in all matters Eustis 1... Region and would-be PO orchestra as it has been our pleasure Miss Joe Berta Bryan has organized If you fail to pay him,a.vWt before ? ..4
WHICH in an entirely satisfactory manner. He Htical lawmaker of Lake county. He to hear, the delegates were escortedto in Kissimmee a tomato canning May 9 you will have only yourself' to, "' '
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:: AGAINST THE is recognized as the silver-tongued was quickly followed by. C. E. How- the council chamber and with as club which is intended to train the blame when the judges of election ra-, "' '
't : PEOPLE THROW RUBBISH orator of Osceola county and possessesth ard, who has taken a picture of every little formality as possible the business young ladies and girls of this county fuse to let you cast a vote.' + 1
0.; ','- ON THE STREET. bility to hold his hearers as by man toknan and child in Orlando, and session be'ran.R In the handling and canning of this Therefore don't delay fat today'
magic who sit under the sound of.his- who runs the Citizen, merely a* a pas J. Holly called the meeting to or- fruit and preparing it for table ..... 'dig up that money you' have laid away ; +
i t ". Th. Civic' League, always alive to voice. time. Josiah Ferris who is just coin- der and in, a brief speech stated the The movement was started sometime for ,this rear's taxes and m M_ frnn .
) .1 the beat interest, of Kllllllm ee, entered The retiring firm of Vans Agnew A: line the stuff running the Sentinelwas object of the gathering, namely, the ago to establish boys', rn-gvow- to the court house and don''t'..topa t + '' '
a most vigorous protest to the Crawford, who have so faithfully look-4 the last of the bath of editor but perfection of a permanent organization ing clubs and girls' canning club. under Collector'Bandy's r.eeipt'is.In: yw Mkt,.
:f.o,' council at Its meeting Monday, night ed after the affairs of the city, for J. G. Sansom of Orlando, Travis M. newspaper men in the fiver the supervision of the departmentof inside pocket Delay is dangerous and, ?, ,
:\.", against the manner in which: the city some- years past have, such I iByars of Apopka, H, N. and George counties represented.. H* appointedC. agriculture of the state and the has been the' mean of losing many ; i
fFA \ authorities permitted people to throw tlve law business now before them j N. Bressley of Groveland and L. A. F. Johnson temporary secretary.' movement has steadily grown until it battles. it ., ,
l.t 't rubbttfh on the streets. that"they- no longer eared to be annoyed jStaffee!I of Tampa were here to s *e Immediate S. J. Triplett, in. order to now embraces practically: every county 400400004---+4gj0000 .
The protest was in the form .of a with the many perplexities arisIng I that no mistake were made and everybody facilitate matters, moved: the appoint- in the state. + ,' : s. AY
1{- le communication detailing the from the affairs of the city and kept/ aober. ment of a committee of three to provide This canning club i I. one of the latest 0 DAUGHTERS OF TIIE'Allbl' .'',' '. "
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: i Slovenly ways into which some did not seek a re-election. Of' course delegation was at the a provisional constitution and by- to be organized but under the able .. REVOLUTION. -- d
,l'rl-.I people permitted their premises to be- We bespeak for Lewia O'Bryan a depot to metthe gentlemen and ladles law. for the asosciation an Wto reportat management of Bryan it 1* progressing CAN. : :,v 4.> i
t come through neglect and the non- brilliant 'career and at isome time'In, and M* soon as they could begotten the afternoon session. This passed very nicely and the outlook 0 It has been suggested by' thVV
I f II .enforcement of the law prohibiting the the not distant future, ioVead of being to the Graystone and their and C. E. Woods C. F. Johnson and is for splendid result 0 tetrrvgent t that
II 1 ''r 1 throwing upon the street .r into private the attorney for the charming '\,little face. washed, the entire party were C. .E. Howard were appointed. The Miss Agnes Harris, professor of domestic 0 Daughters the a Americaii chapter 4tf'Rev.the.0., ,,**''
-_ yard hand bill. city of Kissimmee, he will be occupying escorted: to f,. 1 .The petition also called the> attention the position as attomey-peneral ditorium where they were formally the afternoon. jA i Women at Tallahassee, baa visited this 0, -.. With this ;In .+ r; 'r
.'e! of th. council to the' condition of' of the. great commonwealth. of Florida. received: into the" heart. 'and home* of bean, a* the delegate'* had fin club and complimented It very highly, 0 It is?ameUy requested purpose that view aU,,>'*: r"
park on.Broadway, stating that our people. ished of those famous declaring that'it DOW'r&IIUIth the 0 'If-
'r" 1.the eating one Gray- eligible member,in OsceoU epan.0'ty -, ,
>" l' \ithey should be watered 'ftoner, and We need one hundred mew'to Work t Superlntendetn of Public Instruction > iton* dinner they returend to the ball leading clubs.of tM state. ,,0 or any member of : ;V t' "
't"I t I mUo that the ordinance prohibitingpersons In the laymen'*'organisation, thatwe.may .WJBeer( .,, and Principal R. M and went into.session, when. C.. F. ., Mis Bryan bat been made'the'sup-": 0 an.therpoint residing a1 chapter,here at +% k
fi 4'/'/I. '::0:.: from walking on the gras fill the theater next SundayA at Evan desired to ,.how .the' visitor a Johnson ,,.read ;ti ropy .of the-'DeSotecitunty ,>lfttendent;: and J organiser Ofeiprls'eanl .' pUase, 'send belr, nadotdlithe0'0''y. : ,wiil .
; 8 k..-*Yoa are asked .tobe sure and real school not i.'Uttle .. ; It
i aboard be enforced."l p. two iy..four -constitution: and, by-laws.al- nir clubs for Otceold county and 0 undersigned.' '
;!, Tb.'eoundl'without: the leart hesitation and bring, at least>one* that', .., ; those interested , ..., r 'Y .'..'.."f.i
a; k ', cornell man, proposition, some. eunn --cofv tering same to- meet the condition of Jn the establishment O "I .. ...... ,
II. ;orct.rea the clerk to notify.the possible, akdoran."Do'not'for-' tain, and had virtoally declared a holi the-propowd-prtanisation' Conider- of a. club, should communicate with 1S1i3.'.: 1 .I'e.lPeetfwJl'. ,,'Tl f;
4 J' .1eagwthat'ut ]Jaws regalating.euchnlya getthfe'is' important. .'r: ..,""i, ,; day.1"Jnt a* noon a* the editors arrived J '" Miss r Bryan'who will be PleaaeJ. .].t to 01'" .; -. -.(,-- 'WILL/IQ/ R i:3l ,: '

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pr di Yover" w\aCha.Tbeenaccornpllshed : I''I''gain'. strength; to- climb"to the tallest ) ......,
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: ,' educationally iu.,'the .pasti! forty 1HEicAR" pine tree'in'Dunedin] .that his vision , ....' '.',t .... ... .." :
years. haveplanned A better> schools, : might be multiplied a million fold, and "

- Inspired -4.net taxpayers-: to-.vote taxes ', his right, thus magnified, would bringto ?;
for encouraged the people to -astonished eyes the' realization The Best ; [
f : build mode school houses" tq lenghten that Florida was the !winter truck / : : i
EDUCATION{ their school terms; to-.r ilploy better WINDOW patch of a nation! that flowers will v .
4: i teachers and to pay them-better-sal' grow for'' those who have the knowledge ; ,
cries. and to"make their schools their togrow.them.\ A little later inthe
pride. But what has been accomplished year. he might' aee the blooming "
-nUOUTH' In the way of a substantial decreasein .royal polnciana tree, and the reflection Dressers ntijW; World% '1
- 'I the illiteracy of the citizenship Of TOURIST 'oi its rich-red glow might reflect on :

what) value are all ouf*school taxes. the' cheek of our worm,, to cause a
l. -.... our' elegant .school houses, our improved rt blush that might pass for shame,and
.... schools to ,the thousands of gardens rich'in roses, hybiscus alle- clothes
boys and girls who never enterthe manda jasmine, nasturtiums, vines are wearing our !

It, Six: Souihern Jtates Without door of a school house?" -- The Man Worm Becomes with planes wondrouVTVtpred with many varied leaves flowers would and I ; .

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Laws SEMJNOLfSIN Poetical But attention love and care I i ARE YOU ? ;
'" t' Such L To equal gardens-Florida anywhere.Grower.DON'T I ; i iI

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t i, IN. ,1910 TWELVE SOUTHERN HE KNOWS:' FLORIDA BETTER IN I ;.

STATES; IIAD 788,69 NATIVE FLORIDH A FEW DAYS THAN THE MAN .' ,
WHITE CHILDREN BETWEEN WIIO HAS LIVED )HERE SELL

1 AGES OF 6 A LIFETIME. J Our clothes possess an indescribable :- '
; *' AND YEARS NOT j
,
; N?": IN SCHOOL. EXHIBITAt We have often mentioned: the car EGGS -I Something which stamps 'em ;
window tourist," the man who !goes FROMJNCJIBATORS I
} through the state gets his impressions "HIGH CLASS." s '_
_ A vigorous plea for compulsory from a moving train, with possibly a as .
school attendance laws in the southern few stop-offs, and then goes back and
i
,1 <-A- states is made by William H. tells ALL about Florida; he knows
r Hand state high school inspector for The San Francisco Florida better thanjthe man who has ; WHEN YOU BUY of
South Carolina, in a bulletin just issued Big spent a lifetime here. ... a garment '/

by the United States Bureau of Another man who learns it all is one : :
make that .
.Education. that an investment
After pointing out Fair.-- who buys a piece of land, usually sight us, you' .
.. the six states still without compulsory unseen, possibly land not fitted'' for I
\ laws Alabama-Sooth Carolina, Georgia and I __ _ the use he tries to put it to, and very Is Advise TheGovernment' will yield you a ,daily dividend ofsatisfaction. ;.1
Florida Mississippi probably he himself' knowing nothing I .
:' IME; MEMBERS OF TillStJNl'ONtHJElu.n ' -
Texas, and the four states with compulsory FIRST -
about what he is to do attempts .
trying
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q, -'LJ laws! that apply, only partial- TRIBE HAVE to farm it, makes a failure and Gives FarmersPRACTISE

h. t -Maryla'nd'Virginia: Arkansas and II CONSENTED. :' TO DISPLAY then condemns the. whole state of Flor- ..
ul.iana-and all southern states,
\\tt tL Mr. Hand present* statistics showing MODES:' OF I THEIR EVER-LIFE ida.The worm' is a creature of environ- I' MARKETING; INFERTILE First impressions are the best--- ., .;,
has keen IN: THE
that although illiteracy re-
I ment it usually travel!! but little distance -
.. duced rapidly in these states within I (C; ... ; from where nature located it. EGGS IS BADLY our clothes help to make a
decades still have HURTING t t
the last two they When it bursts forth from the pupae THE SPRING:
--r": the highest percentage of illiteracy j: For the first time in history, the' form its natural quest is for food. If EGG MOVEMENT.:' good
among the white population. unconquered tribes of, the Seminole I it could not find it in its own immediate ' I

meaning"The "'figures declares can Mr. }Hand.have but"They one I Indians will give lth! people of the vicinity, it would probably, if it Washington, D. C., April 7.-A I
,
United States an 'opportunity of had reasoning condemn the Suif'Yo'Sef"r'
power number .of poultry raisers, it seems,
how that compulsory education reduces studying their methods and manners whole world, saying there was no foodin i are putting on the market infertile $10 $ I
illiteracy. I of the Florida state exhibitat it it waste place. I
t of edu- as a part ; was a eggs that have been tested in incu- ,
.iif "The"opponents compulsory the Panama-Pacific exposi- So it is with the the j
cation insist that the will sendtheir I IJ' great man worm one bators from three days to a week. As "
people:
without being tion in San Francisco next year. cited above who tries to farm on soil ooon as the breeder finds that the eggs :
v children to school I In other words, these southeastern II not fittedvfor what he is attempting to will not hatch he takes them out and
obliged to 111 their duty and their obligation
both Columbus and his Spanish it anywhere. It slow-
\t declare grow anyway or fresh spring eggs. After the eggs ..... ---
j I(," e ndren. These opponents of white I'followers who .adventured/ through ly dawns on him that Florida soil is have been in the incubator for this "
that the younger generation "early Hispania fastnesses" and undiscovered no good, that Florida itself is no good stale and
I period they are distinctly
, Neither {!
: t w children are already in school. Florida, will for the first and thus the "knocker" is born.l 1 I
genus rot if of
quickly kept length
) In 1910 the very any
-II.! ; contention is truo.
j\\ twelve southern states had 788,699 naive I time greet and meet the citizens of the worm has failed of his substance. I time. Even when just taken from the H. C. STANFORD CO. .
in 'Frisco. I could leadthis the
I! white children between the ages']' this republic That "'e man by incubator these infertile eggs are not I
Ealablixhed. hand and show him the results ofmen's fit for i
1 of six and fourteen not in school i| New Precedent j boiling or poaching although
.Jt,'.. "Who are these illiterate. white children I j Offers/ almost innumerable have been t toil in other places:, that we they> may be used for frying- and are I igood "
and they not in school? : made to assure a representation of 1 could show him the strawberry fieldsof for cake or ct'rtainother baked
IA why are i
Lakeland Plant City and neighboring II II .
t Some of them are the sons and daugh- these first welcoming "Americans" at foods. These eggs when they reach I
towns, of I.awtry, Starke and the market however classified ..
ters of parents themselves ignorantand i other big exposition In this. connection are as
-unable to appreciate or to understand the inducements extended to the many other places; the potatoes of low grade No. 2. -' - -- -
9 what an education means to j| 189\:t fair in Chicago and the 1!04 eXposition -i Hastings and the Everglades; the cel- The mixing of incubator eggs with 1I I 1- .,
IF i I their children and to the state. Some in St. Louis-not to mention i cry at Sanford and in the Manatee the fresh spring eggs leads the egg
are the children of sordid farmers and i I the Pan-American in Buffalo and the i' country; the tomato fields of the lower ,'packers, who get their principal cold I Sam Divine Believes k
i east coast, the beans at Wauchula, the storage supply in the spring, to cut
4 mothers.who are more than willing to Jamestown exposition-were such as
,,w -, make wage-earners and breadwinnersof Would have certainly attracted any diversified trucking at Palmetto Fort EI- I I the price they pay the farmer, de- Florida Land For Poets
their untaught offspring at the expense gathering or tribe not holding out as a [ lenton, Terra Ceia, Bartow ipartment of agriculture investigators .
Ot their future manhood and matter of principle. Meade sugar cane at Brooksville, the I find. The spring eggs designed for I .
womanhood. Many are at work on the However, it so happens that Com- Vegetable gardens about Kissimmee keeping for winter consumption must
+ farms, sacrificed to the monotonous missioner A. V. French, the accredited I and Orlando, the general farming be absolutely good. Moreover, the egg I ( By Sam Divine Chattanooga News.) J J1f.I
: round Of planting crops, cultivating representative for Florida of the Panama I lands of Marion,Citrus, Volusia and packers in the spriug dQ not candle
harvesting crops and again Pacific exposition who has spent those counties to the north; the pineapple eggs but hold them three at a time
i planting: Some are at work in many years of his life in the swamps. fields of DeSoto, Lee and the in the hand and clink them to discoverany were a poet I 'would dwell in to work well everywhere except in the j
stores and crops.shops or engaged as messenger Everglades and cypress fastnesses east coast counties. Hundreds of crack and then judge their fresh- Florida, where I could breathe the larger cities. This city is a very law- \
boys, all at a small wage. Many where live the remaining tribes of the places might be mentioned, but the ness by their fresh powdery look on rose-scented air perfumed with orange abiding place. I have seen no indica- .
are employed }"n the nerve-dulling and Seminoles, placed his offer on quite a worm knows them not; within the 'the shell. The mixture of infertile incubator blossoms, mingled with the ozone Im- tion of the presence of intoxicating
blood-sapping environment of the different basis from that of mere monetary range of his small vision there be no eggs with fresh eggs Inter- pregnated with the pollen of the pine liquors and public sentiment seems' to /- ,.:;.,
mills, receiving: good wage. as chil- returns alone and finally succeeded inviting peach within which he might fere seriously with this clinking and trees, and gather inspiration from the be 'strongly for prohibition in all the
dren In exchange for vigor of body in securing an absolute contract crawl for shelter and nourishment forces the packer to candle the eggs. I nightingales while being put to sleep inland towns. '
and training of mind as men and such as provides for carryingthe nor heart of cabbage, or succulent cauliflower He then deducts this added expense I with their lullabies. The atmosphere Speaking of prohibition, I 'am reminded '
women! while thousands of others are first fifty Seminoles and their and so the whole world looks from 'the price he offers to the producer I of Florida is peaceful and quieting.One of chewing[: gum which ought
roaming; the streets and country lanes, families that ever 'consented to displaying black, a dismal desert. Florida. ,is no Eggs which have once been falls to sleep at night under the to be prohibited. I had the opportunity ,'
'k I and training: grounds for idlers vagrants their modes and method. of good. subjected to the heat of the incubator sensation of odors with bis mind composed of seeing the practical demonstration
c,, ,"'and enemies to law, order and their Florida life in the Florida big I A worm a man worm, who burst cannot be stored, even though frozen. by the melodies from the throats,i of the result of the chewing. gum ,.
LWhen forth at Dunedin of the west coast; 'The farmer who sells incubator throughthe I
I decency; ; swamp. eggs nocturnal songsters floating habit, which has built op a fortune for '
the /'state has provided Okechobee Seminoles Secured. Dunedin, that charming. place of soft to the dealer th ref6reTs very liable open window on balmy breezes. I Beeman the chewing gum man.: The
schools for all its children, it,has performed breeze.;' having salt waters and bloom to injure his own market for fresh Then to be awakened in the morning old man is now, perhaps, chewing the
only a portion of its- duty. Ifsr What Is more, Commissioner French ing citrus trees, found nature lacking eggs When dealers find a percentageof by the.. shrill .notes of the' mockingbirds I rag with St. Peter while an army'ofgirls'and
(, vi versa! school tax is justifiable on Is securing representatives, not in substance. No honey'pond or frit- low'grade incubator other arouses1' the slumbering:' poetic boys*are ellewin& his gram -
the ground that popular education I.aMenity. from the lower Everglades in about ter'tree was insight' from which to in their fresh spring ef'g supply they nature and causes one 'to forget the at a penny a chew and his heirs are
and around Miami, but the quite distinct gather easy substance, and so he again lower the price for BO that him at
., .' compulsory attendance by eggs sordid things of life, puts peace rolling in luxury; His widowowns Irk';
.....;th* state is-also Ju.ti4abl.Tha state branch- of Indians who live, and bursts forth, this time into rhyme!! they -jvill be certain that they have with his enemies and softens his heart one of the-> most magnificent estateson "
1 has no right to*levy and collect taxes for many generations have reared calling himself an "anti-booster, but covered themselves against losses towards his creditors.The the outskirts of the city on the
for a specific: purpose and then permit families in the fastnessesof the why should the worm boost that found from this cause. 'The department's Manufacturers Record .the borders of a beautiful lake which reminds t
that purpose to be defeated at the swamps below the Okeechobee lake not the peach? specialists advise farmers to use any that Florida probably leading us that large trees from little \
Y, band of indifferent or setflth parents country. The Wail of an Incompetent.It infertile eggs they may take from country in the matter of acorns grow, and large fortunes from Ii'
These Seminoles are not alone is work, work work spend, spend their incubators for home Jacksonville
Objection is often made that compulsory consumption Five counties between chewing gum flow. Why can't we all : '
e attendance would work hardships stated to be by far the most stalwart spend. and to send only fresh eggs to and Tampa have isused bonds in get rich picking up pennies T a
in the homes of the poor. Is it and vigorous of their race, refusingto Our credit is good we can borrow yet market. amounts running from $600,000 to Mr. Divine and I were invited out 4,
not a fact that'the poor child Is the have any connection with the settlement But you know, we would rather lend. $1,000,000( for making brick roads outside to a 6 o'clock dinner last evening at 'o'
,' very one who most needs the aid of of civilization except semiannually It is dig, dig, dig, in the hot, dry sand of the cities. It is quite safe to the Windermere a fashionable family"
c 6, the state to bring him into possession to dispose of their aigrettes Poor, poor, poor as the Saraha wastes,, YOUR MONEY BACKIF predict that within the next year or hotel, as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. '.R
$r' Cf his own? H. it is who must soon and skins by..which they make their And not what we know as land. two there will be first class, substantial Bryant of Brooklyn N. Y., who spend i
+ ;lace the complexities of modern life living, but they nre"aUo the finest typeof I Quick growth and decay for a thousand YOU WANT IT highways from Jacksonville down their winters Orlando.! After sitting iy f
"k and the insistent demands the decendants of Cheif Osceola years the east coast to Miami, and from down to a most elegant repast. /..
' ahip with none of the advantages from an ethnological point of view. I Might form what we call soil; Jacksonville across the state to Tampaand amidst most pleasing' t
;r4" common to birth or wealth Million. To Be Attracted. I And then it would yield rich crop no Leading Druggists Will Refund Pur- on down the Manatee country sec I with prospects of a sumptuous feet

; "The argument ag.in t * attendance on account of the 'negro their temporary home in a correct reproduction To supply us sons of toil. visi.tor to Florida finds nothingbut Methodist preacher on the ::_:..,.,'j
if Dissatisfied.
4 ''t .u. been worn threadbare; surely the of old fort-Marion, of St. But.the climate ah. that is better! Tone You're evidences of progress and thrift.It subject of fasting and prayer. The
timer has-come to drop it. Some:: phases Augustine, Summer & Talley, archi- We can breathe the limpid air, pays to be progressive and the peo- preacher said the Methodists had ad- '
:of it are pathetic Is it wise or expedient tects having been given the contract And absorb into our systemsAll J. Z. Roberson may not be willingto ple are at last finding it out., Tennessee vanced since the days of John Wesley -. :
! to permit thousands of white for thl. accurate replica of the oldest the nourishment that's there. guarantee the safety and reliabilityof could learn something from Florida and the church no longer beU."ecf'" .J.
boys and girls to grow up in ignorance fortification in the entire country. The We can linger in the sunshine calomel for constipation and sluggish especially in the matter of state in the efficacy of fasting. Then my .'_
lest in forcing them into school Seminoles are certain-to attract the Beneath a cloudless sky liver, but this store will and does laws. The school laws are said to be old lady, figuratively flung the Bible .
y of the negro child millions of home folks and foreignersto And loiter in the shady nooks stand back of Dodaon'S Liver Tone excellent.I at his head, which he tried to dodge > "
?:ghoul awakened Shall the white Florida's state exhibit. To dream of days gone by. with an unconditional guarantee to refund saw in one of the papers that the by getting behind the Revised Version. J'
)-. ,.man remain ignorant id order to encourage As has been reported in the Times- We have. little use for diamonds, the full purchase price (60c.) tourist travel -Florida the past win- Things were approaching a conditionof 'i
i-I or to compel the negro to remain Union so delighted were the officials The black kind I should say. instantly without question if you are ter had exceeded the preceding winter war to the hilt when I pressed the :
y" ignorant T Is it better for white of the Panama-Pacific exposition in We derive their subtle element not satisfied in every way With Liver by 20 per cent., and there is everyreason soft pedal with my foot under the table A..';
;aod( black to remain ignorant than for securing the assured presence of these Straight from solar ray. Tone and its results: for believing it will continue to and broke the fast After dinner '
lit i bqth?to become intelligent Seminoles for the first time in history, We have no slushy weather, we knowno If you take calomel, perhaps you increase year after year and Chatta- was over the host apologizedVfor seating i.
\\.l "I yield to no one in the matter of : that Florida was immediately granted snow or Ice; will seem to get temporary' relief, but nooga should spread her net if she expects us at the same table with the i I
the much.. sought after position of a Other climes have bloomy seasons it often happens that the atter-e 'ecta to derive any benefit from the belligerent preacher who didn't be,1
i.' location directly on the San Francisco All our passing days are nice; are at least unpleasant "and sometimes great! traveling public between the lieve in fasting for religious reasons J'j
,1 bay t in this way providing the old But the radiant stars may tlltter, dangerous, Calomel in large doses I.a is north and south. It takes work pushing but was forced to fast out of regardfor ,
: IIt. St. Augustine garrison with avery And the silver moon may shine poison and actually deadly to some and advertising to catch the at- his ctomach. .He Is known. as the r
4i similar setting on" the Pacific coast to Still we cannot eat palmettoes -perhaps to yon-and hence its use tention of the public The people who fighting parson and stands reedy to /' 1
the original site on the Atlantic the Nor digest the yellow pine. means taking chances. come to Florida are properly cared for defend his views with his first. I told v i
5s scene of Indian, Spanish English colonial Nor convince our eager stomachs With Dodson's Liver Tone you are and impressed, but the real estate men my wife after we got homo that if she > \
J .. N and American invasions. That 'tis better not to dine. always safe. Its reliability is so cer- are doing more to build up Florida was going to be a suffragette she need- y' 4L would lose their lustre tain that it can be sold with the '
Commissioner French states that he Soon our eyes than any other agency. A city can be not expect me to take up her quarrels
_; --j has carefully 1 worked out all of the details And our hearts would cease to beat. money-back guarantee. It take is a and vege-it correctly judged by the enterprise and with Methodist preachers. There are t i,.,
i 1 belonging to the coming Florida The coral rock are pretty. table liquid, pleasant to character of its real estate agents and some compensations for woman's ;
?... exhibit and is confident that the same But they're not for us to eat. cannot harm. It clears up the dulled dealers. Florida is a prohibition state rights after all. Mere man will not ,.
The magnolia flower is luscious, and aching bead and cleans out thecloS'ged which have to fight for his wife
'qt will prove a source of pardonable prideto under a local option law seems any more. ?
in what have
The royal palm is grand; system many i ,
_ } i I ern'gt.aI every Floridian. But we cannot raise the things> to eat found to Be a wonderful way. Dod- -c- I \
Extensive State Exhibits.Mr. : '
French is also making In our white and yellow sand. son's Liver Tone will do for you whatIt PRELIMINARY TO BUSINESS. END STOMACH TROUBLE ? -
arrangements We can bathe in tepid waters, has done for thousands-and you GASES OR DYSPEPSIA .
for exhibits of Florida fruits -
And we two can go a-fishing, run no risk in trying it. Ask J. Z. 'Are you perfect physically as you T"vr
truck vegetables, phosphate products
+ ..c......" w cigar making: by experts carried direct And sweet love stories tell. Roberson about Dodsori's and the seem to be? he asked! according to "Pane's Diapepsin" Makes Sick Sour <
,. from some of the big factories and True our pomelo and orange guarantee. the Chicago Rercord-Herald. Casey Stomachs Surely Feel 'I ,
"MAKING THE PLUMBING,3NyEBT'MB74T other state'industries, including the When full ripe and in their prime, "Certainly," she -replied.' I Pine in Five Minutes.If .
COUNT Immense lumber and turpentine inter- Are fit for any table REFORMER REBUKED. "Has there ever been any insanityin what you just ate is souring on- '
fixtures Any age or any dime. The nervous lady was calling on the family T" stomach or lies like a lump of ''
your
g- But we-must import our rations calm and collected mother ,six, says lead to belch i' '
Never. refusing digest,.or .
la you
/czpeaaive look, designed psfgct h.t.for eyes of these countless visitor. toFlorida's
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t ''permaaeacy, ,correctly]! F possibilities. From the north, our soil is nude the Cleveland PlainDealer."Do "}lave.you a depraved taste of any i gas and eructate sour, undigested ./
= a !(reasonable. price-that S) Tie the land of fruit and sunshine, look at *the baby! shrieked the kind'" food,, or hav a feeling of dizziness,
: ; :: ., 'yo la. our 9UndnTKMn'eqolpnMBtt 10-ACRE GROVE FOR SALE. But not of flowers nonfood; caller."What'. thtl "Certainly not. heartburn,; fullness\ nausea,- bad taste ,-,
/ '' ..; You will never So always tell the bitter truth the matter with, baby?. "Are your teeth In good condition I in month and. stomach-headache, yon a <* \
t'each aa iBveetcMtt.'/ I have a,, 10-acre farm+7 sere; fn'ranges And by the truth I mean smiled tbe-mother. :: and do 'ion see and hear perfectly" I can.get blesesd relief in five ndnatea, t ''-]
: and grapefruit! 6 acres in Lead not thy feliow.man astray ''SHe's. playing 'with aAg carving- "Yes.. 'Put an end to stomach trouble forever '
'. .iwi> *rBELIABLE :PLUMD1NG heavy bearing; estimated crop this Through paths he has not seen. knife I I" _' ' Are you ever bothered by insomniaor by getting a large fifty-cent case of a;1> 's
,. JIr s.', "' ..SHQP.. -. rt, fall from 1.000 to 1200 boxes -room We need no saints to lead us,, -.fl",see-ntHs. But'doq yon: ,worry headache or indigestion?" II Pape's Diapepsin from any drug: store /'
..... 'f "" J..l,;! Stsrllafc..Manager.Ave cottage and outbuildings; less than 10 We need no tongues to tell, It'.did old carvlng-knif.-and even if "Not at all., You realize in five minutes bow1' needless ,! ;
;: .. Phs.t.'lltl: -:! minutes'.walk from,postoffioe;; school That straight, true path leads heavenward ho dull it a little, we have a lovely 'Thank heaven. Now let's make love i Hi, to suffer from indigestion*
aDd.cburcb,10 Narcoo..... v ;* v ;"V >roachme> the kitchen that will sharpen a little while.? .. dyspepsia. or anlistomach'dlwydei':
'III For further particulars addresstlfrpd The"crooked trails to hell.. .' it again la a"jiffy. .Youwere,' say"g It's the quickest, surest stomach ?! :
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THE-klSSIMMEE' ,V LtE'Y GAZETTE 't :P.AGEI ', ,
\, :FRIDAY; APRIL 10; 1114 1
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.' before have traded through this south and that they were 'of.no bindjngorrfa.c force .

I ern-Venthaula.: .Th* danger of ,dr- FLORIDA ; upon the territory, of t.people I I ,- .' 7 mo ; '. ,. .. ". i
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C thereof ,
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WARNJn TP ease importation ia likely to be In- 1. 'j 1 :: -f"
the
baaeveraeerued to .
[creased through these avenues of communication \ ;?No.benefit ,. a. .
I ,, 'and ..greater vigilance state or.people ram. such-bonda.\ and .""; 1'I. ,. r; '-
' 1 :!,than ever before will be. imperative.' they have never been, recognized as a J, .

'i1M PEOPLEbFJLORIDA:I i This is no subject of trifling import DOrSWTOWEONE binding obligation upon the state or \,
N admission
THE to be dismissed with'g.shiver apdt1en the people of Florslncb the -
.
.- The experiences'of the past . of the state Into the Union, .
forgotten '
March 3d, 1846. I _
demonstration ,that-no ac- .. V
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,Mon will be "The territorial acts authorizing .. ,
ever inaugurated\ by.Flort CENT '
issue of these bonds In aid of private -
JF ida'-a -.citizens individually or collectively. : .. ,
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Such initial action must be '. corporations never received the saneIan I
taken by the lawmaking bodies The of congress, consequently they "\ .
illegally Issued; and being illegally -
state legislature .will not be in session .,.
until April 1915 full from this issued, and never having been .
a year .

Which h IV 'Is Well For rl writing.initiated by Themovement city councils, by should'the enactment be- To England or Any Other .confirmed by the state or assumed after its as admission an obligation into .nr- DUN '"

and enforcement of uniform the Union, it is no repudiation for the \ ,tOo -
> building regulations, adapted to. meet state to fail or refuse to pay '-Mm."
To Need d : European Nation conclusion his article
Them the conditions that will bring greater At the of '
'\ 'Security for health preservation thanat Judge Whitfield very properly and
I states that "the state of O +
truthfully
r present. i I .
y A 4 THE STATE BOARD"OF IIEAL'f1l1 The city councils of Tampa, Pensa- I THE DEBT FOR $7,000,000 WAS' readjusted Florida has, defaulted never repudiated or delayed, scaled thepayment TIME H ;

t l IS EVER WATCHFUL' FOR THE ; cola, Jacksonville, Key West and oth- MADE. .IN YEARS 1835 AND of anypart of her publi*| a ,< t4'

BEST INTERESTS OF er leading seaport towns, should takea 1838 WHILE FLORIDA d i tt, either principal or interest '
decisive stand and hand in this .
THE PEOPLE. I WAS A TERRITORY. / The total bonded debt of the state
movement, and the sooner they'do so ia only $601,567, all of which is held
the sooner will) a wise provision for the by the educational funds of the state,

.. The.State Board of Health is sound- safety of Florida's citizens be begun. State of Florida, Office of State Treas7urer. ' every warrant issued; is at par upon -<0'I -
ing a warning; to the people of Florid i I presentation. and I feel! no hesitancy I '
i which it is well for them to heed can' Tallahassee, Fla., April 4, 1914. I in making the assertion that no tate !, I
',}< ( fully and prayerfully and promptly. THE MAN The Editor of The Valley Gazette, Kis- in the union In in better condition''I t
't'{, It ia this: The recently reporte simmee, Florida. financially than Florida. I
: cases of bubonic plague in Havana i i is Dear SirI: notice an article being Very respectfully ..
:'', the text. The people of the Unite published generally in the press stating 1 J. C. LUNING 'I Citrus Growersf f fI

States have a due appreciation the I that British bondholders hold 'I State Treasurer. ;!
character and danger: of this scoprgltr. < WHO PASSED bonds of nine southern states 'to they -- + ,
but its occurrence in a country so nea amount of $75,000,000, not including j Our new Spring Citrus Book entitled BE ON TIME is now ready. 1

- 1'1; 1 and with which this country has such interest, which have been in default I tells what fertilizer to use, how much, when to apply, and many I'I'It r r
,iI close commercial relations, is a Bug I from forty to seventy-years.! : I BALSAM FIR
frestion that in the future constant and Among the list of these states named other valuable points on grove management. I 11I w'I.
': t" '1' increased vigilance: will be necesaar BAD MONEY I as defaulting on its bonds is the I Send for copy and also for our leaflets Arid Soil. and Lime

_ r; 'to prevent its neareit approach.!> ,I state of Florida, which is charged I I "I. Its Forma and-Effects.. l.
.'. So accustomed have Florida's citi j jI with 1 having defaulted $7,000,000; of i I - --

. $ .r tens become to place absolutely reli bonds. GOOD FOR ; : WILSON l TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. '
' be allowed to Ii .
statement
;t ance in their health board to protec I Should this I '
i I them from the invasion of pestilence And Was Arrested At pass without a full explanation as" to I Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers, I

.J,! . .. from abroad, that they imagine thi the facts of the issue of these $7,000-| i ''
t'#.. l' same body of men will, in some mya 000 of bonds it is calculated to work I WOODiIs JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
; I PULP
' ..A i. terious way, be able always and forever Marianna 'great injury to the state in the mindsof ; I ,
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f'I '.. to preserve these condition j financiers, both in this and foreign
.P ;, against all odds and in spite of thei I countries; I therefore consider it highly I as
own indifference. It is true that unde important that the press ,
'.r L'' .the direction of its affairs' since the IS BELIEVED BY THE SECRET and especially of this
.. board was organized in 1889, remark the following extract from generallY'1 Statement Made By The :
MEN TO BE
.4 SERVICE IIJRAM |
able things have been accomplished ment prepared by Judge 3flrffgfrj
: p Yellow fever has been robbed of its I LEPPER WHO HAS A BAD Whitfield of the supreme court of I- ,
3i terrors for Florida and the periodica Florida, in 1901, with reference to this '
Ei visits of the disease have been.stopped. CRIMINAL RECORD. matter, which shows clearly that the I' Government ERIOR, SERVICE k,

:- I'' Studies have been made of malaria, of I bonds referred to are: !neither legal nor f17tT0U5 TREATMENT

hookworm, of smallpox and other diseases Washington, I>. C., April 7.- moral obligations of the state. h
t which have brought immenf ,, ''George: Baxter," arrested on a chargeof j "Florida was admitted into the Union -I BALSAM HAS BEGUN TO TAKE
good to the state. But more than all, bad ill Marianna as a state March 3, 1845.
!
1 pausing money PLACE OF SPRUCE TOR ROUGHLUMBER 1
-;!+- _: _- the board has ben educating Flonda'icitizens I! Florida, believed by .secret service "The bon<1ll herein referred to were l' '
,r to a realization of the condi agents of the treasury department to all issued in 1835 and 1838, when Flor- LATHS AND

"t lions that are peculiar to the climate be Hiram Lepper, alias Charles Stral- ida was 5 territory. THE LIKE. "
.,:, : and which arise from the relative location ''lie, over whom a suspended indictnfent j "The act of congress, 'to amend an
countries, and this for the establishment of a territorial ----- I
.:! I, to tropical is hanging for passing a one-dollar bill ,act '
education has begun to.show appreci I raised by him to a ten-dollar bill on a I' government in Florida,' approved Washington, D. C., April 7.That'
. tEl able results. i lodging house keeper in Washington, March 3d, 1823, by section 6, pro- balsam fir, a tree which a few years I CAREFUL
" ( With such a record the 1 warning and a number of similarly raised bills vides, 'that all bids to tax the inhabit- ago was. con8idered of little valuer is TIO
,' I' from the State Board of Health should': in Baltimore. ants of said territory, or their property I now in demand for pulp wood, is the
:,; attract the cartful attention of th i Lepper has a criminal career of shall before, they become laws, receive statement\ made by the department of
,,' press, and through it of the people twelve years as maker and passer the sanction of congress; except agriculture in a bulleting just' issuedon should be given to the important ;
welfare is be, a1 when said bills shall authorize county, .
whose or may soon of bad money on record, including sev- the subject. This demand has been
., r stake. I eral terms in prison, and a number of city or town officers to collect] taxes 'brought about, says the department, matter of safety for your I
The history of the plague makes it releases on promises to be good in fu for the use and benefit of their respective I by the enormous expansion of the pulp valuables. ; t't'A '
,'"1 oJfeiaof the most to be dreaded scourgei counties, cities and towns, and. for industry during the past two decades, ..
that has swept over continents and ture.The bill passed in Washington, say other purposes.' with its present consumption of piree
I L: devastated nations since the world be. the secret service officials, was givento "The territorial legislature or coun- and, a quarter million cords of conif Safe Deposit Box in our Fire
;ii 1'1\\ gan. Its appearance usually] if not I the proprietor of a rooming houseat cil of Florida in 1831 and. 1835 authorized erouswood and fh'e consequent rise in Burglar Proof Vault only

.. always, has been sudden and mysterious First and B streets southeast. This the above-mentioned bonds to the price of spruce, the wood most in cost*
,'.,. and ignorance in past centuries oi was Lepper's favorite method of pass be issued, signed by the governor and demand for paper making. In addi-
i the ways of its transmission has. been' ing bad money, offering a raised bill treasurerof the territory, to be used tion balsam ,has begun to take the
:- t unable to stay its progress. i in payment for a cheap>> night's lodging in the aid of- certain banks and other place of spruce for rough lumber
I: A :Modern knowledge of the ways by :' and disappearing with the chanCe.Iha corporations but the sanction of congress laths and the like,as the price of the $2-and $4 Per Year ,. ait
, which,it is carried has made men less practise was to-raise one-dollar, to these territorial. acts was never latter wood has. risen. r
, ''f;If d helpless but has taken away but little bills to the denomination of $10 and obtained. The chief objection t to the use of I p
y
: of the awfulness of such .visitation. "Grave doubts' were entertained at it e "" : v
they were regarded as farily plausible large amount of. balsam fir in the .
t'a Present day science has discovered counterfeits ',. I the time of, as well as after the passage ground-pulp process of paper-making ,.t Arthur E. Donegan, .P K. Weaver;
lI Tri ;r that; thetransmission is by a,8'ermwhlcn Lepper ia about.forty years' 'old and of these territorial acts le'falatGre a* to U aid'to be due to the so-called pitch :
is :.carried.by-the-flea. and this the of the territorial President: + CUhlct.y ;
was first entangled in the net of the power In' the mood, 'which injures the felts '
i flea 0nds' iU, place .on.the hide,of.theprat. secret service in '1897,' when he was councll'to' pass them,' and it is said and cylinder faces" upon which the .--\ =
'T ." The rat ia carried ,from the.'in. that the of the territory was l
I II arrested in Chicago, and sentenced ito secretary pulp) Is rolled out. Balsam feeted'eourytootber-lands,by, theships.of4.commerceand two years, upon coe 'lietion'of raising so Impressed with the irregularity andRlegality not have a resinous wood, and the ma- \
it *from the bill and passing it;; In-1902, as Hir of these acts that'he refused' terial which gums up the cylinder .
wharves ana docks spreads to the am' Lepper,.he was arrested and triedat to attach''the'.territorial seal 'to these probably comes from grinding' balsam ".
homes and haunts of men, and thus anew Ionia, Michigan and condemned.to bonds, and that the seal was affixed to under conditions adapted to spruce > >, f--:-- ; -r- tr, -

,:y' infection is started.. Thus, if the nine months .in the Detroit house of I| them by another person'under the direction wood. Yet from 10 to- 25 per cent it
rat, the wharf rat, can be banished- correction. -. He kept out of the hands I of the governor of the terri and possibly more of balsam can be :
fc of Florida-the |
I, better still, kept out of Justice.until 1906, when, under the' tory. used in ground pulp without lowering
danger from the plague will be mini- name of Strallie, a five-year sentence I I "Tha territorial'legislature or coun- the grade of the paper produced. Itis ,
;} Irk mized. r was meter out to him by the United cil ara' session on January 23d, 1842.! known that with balsam logs left Best and Cheapest"That's
Studying the progress of the disease vote of nineteen to four, adoptedthe
by a
,t i States court at Atlanta, Georgia 1 lying in water over a season this draw-
in the past and noting its present following resolution: '
, On his release**! was arrested at I back practically disappears.In
j, l location, it is not improbable that in I the doors of ttte penitentiary and tak-! 'Resolved, that the territorial legislature chemical pulp, produced through .-'

tp the future, more or less near, Florida en to Binghamton, N.- Y., where there does not possess the right,nor the action of acids, these acids are what tike Growers say about
f will be forced into an active Health was a case' against him. He pleaded | was it ever vested with authority to known to dissolve the pitch; and any i
k protect herself. The Board of pledge the faith of the territory so as ,
guilty and was extended clemency and I amqunt of balsam can be used, though
efficient; as it may be, may not be able to render the citizens of the territory
"r
released on the score of his long imprisonment some claim that too much balsam in
Fertilizers
to meet the situation unless it baa the : responsible for the debts and engage- Ideal ;
I and his .promise to be law- ; the pulp{ gives a paper that lacks { ;1
of Florida's citizens -
'i active co-operation abiding in future. But within a year | ments of any corporation chartered by lacks strength, snap and character.At .
both in its legis- '
lawmakers
and I he was arrested in Boston and sent laid territorial legislature. the present time balsam fir furnishes -
lature and in the bodies that make I back, to Atlanta prison for two years "These territorial acts provided that about 6 or 7 per cent of the 1 i
1 laws for its cities, especially for its the sale and negotiation of the bonds
I more. domestic coniferous wood used by the ProofIa '; u''j if
seaport towns. While still in the, penitentiary the asued thereunder should not be at a country's pulp industry. The-tree itself !
._ In time of peace, prepare foe war, United States grand jury at .Baltimore I discount nor for a less sum than the constitutes, numerically, about 20 .-: -::: :i
that is not .. it
and in view of situation returned indictment against him. i amount named and expressed in said cent. of the coniferous forest in
.. impossible, nor too improbable it is'wise On his release, last October, he was j bends, and in any case where the per northern New York and Maine, 1893... fetal evtpet was less than 3,000 to... o. q tae year ...I
now tQ make war upon the- rat taken to Baltimore and arraigned. His bonds were. sold for an amount |.ss and is abundant in many parts of New ." ,,,'
before he comes bearing infection promises to be good backed by several j than the amount named and express- Hampshire, Vermont, and i1the ef 1913 the Grower used 50,000 teas of IDEAL FERTILIZER., WHY
And
land.
from some plague-ridden ed therein, they were to become forever -
men who believed in his professions of wainps of northern Michigan, northern -
e 'the way to prepare for the receptionof reform, won him release.The absolutely null and. void. The Wisconsin /'and Minnesota. It ,'.
the rat is to build so he will(find no I journals of the territorial legislature readily reforests cut-over areas, and Write. for prices uti for a. Free Beek about your crop.; t _.";

reception at all, so that he can not best things are nearest ,, recite that the bonds were sold below attains a size suitable for pulp needin
find lodging in those places and surroundings breath\ in your nostrils, light in 'your I. short time. .

which he now infests, and eyes, flowers at. your feet, duties at I jar."H ia thus clear that the territorial Under a present methods nf cutting, Wilson 61 Tooitter Fertilizer Co. s: , ,
finding no hiding place he may not your hands, the path of God just be- egislature had no power or authorityo balsam fir is said to be increasing in ..
I land or may be the more easily de Tore you. Then do'not grasp at stars?:! \ pledge the faith of the territory for our second-growth forest at the ex ', 'of.'

stroyed. but do life's plain, common work as i I the use and benefit of private corporations pense of red spruce, and with the Jacksonville, Florida : I "
The wharves, docks, warehouses and It comes, certain that daily duties and and that the bonds mentioned gradual decline in the supply of the] 1 ,
homes, especially seaport towns, daily bread are the sweetest things of lero were bonds illegally issued under latter wood the fir will)) become more '
must be so constructed that a rat can lit.. I the territorial government of Florida; and more important commercially. Local Agents- Waters & Carson Grocery Co. .
not enter them. It should be a law !
of the state reinforced by municipal I r .....:J. t

enactment that all wharves and warehouses OOOOOOOOOOO GGOOOOOOOOOOO ____-_ '. I #1*.* I
shall be constructed of cement, I SLEEP DISTURBING BLADDER WEAKNESS ;, .....h
r with smooth, solid foundation and '" '$
walls through which the rodent earl 'I 4 '
f t not knaw his way. The houses, outbuildings BACKACHE- RHEUMATISM QUICKLY VANISH FOR SALE

t stables and garages should WflGNER& ( I iNSDBflHCE & )'
s be constructed of stone, brick or cement --- .Q.G. &EJlGY.
rl and in frame buildings the foist-',, Even Mot7 Chronic Sufferer the blood, and drive''It oat/-Qf ,the For'sale or exchange for KlaImmeV ... ...

l -i dations should elevate the building; Find Relief. After A Few I system.So al property, either vacantor
1 from the ground, and the sills and! Taken sure, so positive, so 4uick'and Improved restaurant doing Successor to Arthar- Doaeran Agency :! I
f' Dose Are
floors should be the covered entrance with of the metal rat.J, y the lasting pee, are of Croxone the results, that obtained three doses from an rood excellent business,little: best city.location In Room No. 9 Second floor Citizea Bask Buildinr. Phene 246 _. i'\ \

'G"r proof against such construction would Backache, urinary disorders, and a day for a few days are often all .
Incidentally, rheumatism, are caused Iron weak, that is required to- cure the worst For sal*-a nne suburban .
toward fire-proofing home of twenty acre, about one- Bosiness "
( add materially would lower lnsurar.eera'tes inactive kidneys, which fail to filter case of backache, regulate the mostannoying half _of. ,w me beingpne-cater) General Insurance representing'the strongest and meet _, :;
such buildings, of out the impurities and keep the blood bladder disorders, and over- A land, balance fruit, land. Price Reliable companies. ". ?'
and would ibe productive "on earth to other similar and term reasonable. ,
and healthfulness. pure, and the only way come the numerous
cleanliness
? ;- greater banishment\ of the rat and pre qently and positively cure such conditions.It We will continue i$. Business of the Arthur E. Donegaa Agemcy t,1.
But the A five room house In ;celentcondition ) ,
trcfZf, is to remove the cause.TWsrnew is the most wonderful : 'Ji
H must be the price of preparation on Rood .tr. 4nd tbo ""
to keep him out security just as discovery Croxoner cures ever made for the pOrp.Q /t. It best of neighbors. without chsnge-Tear patronage la respectfully MIld,,,, r /4 '!
even approximate ,of such 'conditions because it reaches is' entirely different from alL: other .", f.
politi-
eternal vigilance is the price into feel- the very roots of the disease. It remedies. There is nothing else on An excellent farm on which la'' l.1.' ."
,, lulled a
cal liberty.* We are has soaks right into the itSpped up, inactive earth to compare with itNi It fa so a nne young grove new house .
,Ing of security because Florida T deep well In fact'ererythine' that
kidneys through the walls and prepared that it is practically'impos
of devastating disease In the makeup of an excel
had net'visitation and ttecaase linings; cleans out the little filtering sible -to take it into the rinmsa system . > hot K in many. years past cells and gland; neutralizes and dissolves : without results. CHICHESTER PI r '
,. reports of pestilence have come from the poisonous uric, acid '*ub> You can obtain'an original package DIRECTORUCENS r -
'/ '<#'. distant countries far remote from our stancesthat lodge in the joints and c& Croxone at'trifling cost'from any Ak Mr. Sammer 83' . }..i.ei Wawr
!annihilated by &
own. But distance ,, .All
t'''j. muscles to scratch and irritate and first-class'drne store.
'f c Sa the intercourse of commerce.increase Florida in cause rheumatism j it neutralizes the are.aathorized 'to Lakeriew Cottage .. ' &IIBALIID'' r w..1N..

?; ,t'jlr.adyeaaticipate..vast mine 'so it- no longer irritates'.the the purchase price if w I ,
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J' ;:its ,commerce with ;>other corners off tender membranes /of the bladder, rive desired.resblts; clnatgiata'l rot peDllel1l street. South JtIa1 | t ra.

'it f 'the 'world "with the opening .of the and clean oat Panama canal., .Its, ports are. to"be.llfl &M '
.:.t Hfclcts 'tbQ'Iterr offered oa 1' IJlae.;; ,
t come Important gateways for ships Kaa4up sift all. tkgapcEo s front S'I(.' .' ,,,, EI.. lI'4'
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lt./ THIS REUNION IS NOT A JAf KSONVILLIjENTF.IlPKISK. 1. S (JOVKK.NOH TKAMMELL. HEADS f!

:, JIt I' -- I TilE LIST OF :NOTABLE FLOW. "
I UNTIHIJ: FATE OF FLOH- I
: +! ))LTIIIS STATE HAS
4 i lOA IS 'ON'H\EJ' !' ; i 1 VITAL! INTEREST AT

s !! STAKE.
Jacksonville, Fla., April 7.1 ;
F Confederate reunion will tiring to t 'tlien.
: i Six )prominent citizens of Florida
Jacksonville a crowd of good i people '
numbering 75,000, an the minium to J. Thompson Brown, Richmond, have I been appointed. a special committee -
160.000 as'the! maximum. The imme- /* ; to hefurc it strong delegation
Va., Commander Virginia DivisionU. J from this state to the fourth '
die i benefits from entertaining this annual ;il'I ;
: C. V. at. the Jacksonville ReunionIn meeting of the National Drainage
number of people for three or four ,, i
I days will bf secured from the money May. j Congress at Savannah, (Ga., April 22- F.
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-i: 1x lusn'e. They are Governor ,
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they spend while here. If the mean > -- -- -- ---- ------
1-etween 75,000 and 150,000 is taken''' 1 Turk, Trammel!, Geo. W- Oliver, Esq.,4. ,;
for the basis of calculation, Jacksonville ? : : I of Uartow, national executive commit. h
will entertain 100,000( visitors not freeman from Florida;. Mayor R. C: t\
less than three days, and many of Ilutton of Hurtow honorary vice-pres ,
I 1 ident for Florida Dr. W. II.
them will stay several woeh ; Baggett ,
|Iof Nocutee, member of the section on '.,
The expenditure of a reunion
average
malaria eradication ,
Richard liargrave
4w. +s ; -
crowd i is about live dollarday. u
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I author of Arcadia, and Ben .-i"
On that basis 100,000)() () people will r I .
,( Johnson contractor, of Miami, bothnumbers
r spend in Jacksonville during leunionweek .
of the/ general educational
not less (ban fifteen dollar. iM.-h, I commiftee
.whichrcBulU in. $J lIr>'K/( ) 0on> .hoin't; I The
stale frfFlorida has
by'il1-reunion. "allendiim-c Th< 'mi a larger
,w and'1 J more \ital I interest", in the success
i mediate profit on that amount of
ck i of the National!.
Drainage Congress
business can not he less than $5"0.1100.( ) t A '
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than has any other "tllte, not even ex- f
and it will most he'more Thismppey
likely = "
I na cepling Louisiana.", With hen
into all !lines of tunic, and'traffic. I 10,800-
goes OOO) ) of land,
$ w'Lv M, acres swamp Florida has

kr Gen. Bennett II. Young, command, ''1'Ii wonderfully rich agricultural empire ,.
lying useless
Reclaimed, these
d, er-in-chiefof the United ('onell'l'uleVeterans'
association .thehoard I ares; would add at least $200,000,000 '
addressing .I
w to the value] of the e
; yearly crops. The
of trade last I December) said
work of reclaiming them would mean
that Jacksonville's business men and
its financial institution would he. witnesses I the expenditure of large sums of
e to the thrift and generosity of 6 Jr money( in the state and the giving.of

the people who attend. (Confederate, re- employment to thousands of people./ _
unioria. He meant that more money Everything that Florida can do to aid t '
would be put into circulation in JackBoITVtHthan | the work of the National Drainage .....
... was over put here by r Congress will aid itself far more, and !;t
. ", ... )Ithe.I citizens of this state cannot help tJ
. jWJX.J>tbetrC4>iy nUoii. That has been. & ... -- the
the experience of "all other reunion Jacksonville. Fla.. March.-In the. center of the Duatneaa !district of Jacksonville one of the han .om..t drainage organization without .
,1 cities. No reunion! city ever founda .oldl....' monuments In the aouthern elates I I. admired by all. tourlata. Thl. memorial I. located In HemmingPark time.helping themselves more at the same

vestment.But Confederate. meeting a prolitlenK In- surrounded by handaoms grounds and Imposing business. blocks. The monument was erected by the 'late ------- The National Drainage Congress, as I t

this reunion in not a Jacksonville \ Col. C. C. Hemming, at personal sxpsnss. Visitor to the Confederate reunion will find thla park a delightful O.... Wm. E. Mlcfcle, New Orleans Adjutant its name implies, is a national organ .
enterprise and benefit alone. The I resting, place In May The park Is supplied with ample. asata and rest places that. both veterans and visitors General and Chief of Staff iza tion. It is [endeavoring to nave ,

entire state of Florida is concerned. will _joy. L Division, U. C. V, Jacksonville ". 1, passed national'', legislation that will i I {.
How will the reunion benefit the state Tis j = union. accomplish the following\ results: If
Floridians Prevent an annual loss of hundreds 1 ';
.I a question often heard by .
' who ,do not live in Jacksonville It ---- -- of lives, untold grief and suffering ';

; will benefit Florida in many ways, ana ,: I I $100,000,000 worth of property, and i
the crippling of trade and
; purely business proposition. All reunion -industry, ,
e railroad tickets have an extension I caused by floods.:!! "
4 t, ', i, clause giving a time limit of ones Prevent the annual death of. a thou- -
for the reunion trip. This ex- sand women children and men, and an ,:
1' r' tendon can be .secured by filing the I' ,. economic ]loss of $150,000,000 caused .
, ' ticket here in Jacksonville with an authorized by malaria which is due 'to the existence

agent and paying; a fee of ,fy of swamps. ,
} fifty, cents. Several thousand letters I' fS. 4 Reclaim 76,000,000 acres of swamp .. .
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have :.been received: from peoPle| who ,, r ,i and overflowed lands, and j convert .t
them
are' coming to the reunion, giving: it [ < ,3s f9'st f L a into healthYift.-prosperous farms fi
A as their purpose to see all parts of the = to provide homes for more Americana : '"'
1 state of--Florida while on the trip. Thatis than will emigrate to Mexico and
to may, they will\ pay the extension I Canada in fifty years. ..;I
fee and buy excursion tickets from -S--. .4 This great result will be achieved, '.;:.,
Jacksonville to all. parts of the state. 9 yKto+ i the. officers/! ofHhe. .National.Drainage[ a
This element of the trowd: has two 'qNR Congress believe, by the
v purposes in"vlew--that of seeing the ,, I the Clark-Williams flood protection
k'c 'many wonders of Florida and looking and drainage bill, II, R. 8189, pro.
ouUfor % )home In the State. They will'; nounced by experts to be the. best bill
1 go'into every section of Florida, upend I gi of its kind ever presented to-congreas, '* Ir I
YY broad enough to cover the' nation's
money with local merchant! and
'k f ,, tell, and then upturn home as bO-1 needs in a thoroughly comprehensive 3'
"tisera of the state.- Confederate manner, and specific enough to pro .
j',. tory has a population of vide for each section without encroaching #
L .millions, or nearly half the population upon the rig ts of either state or Vflj

y ', of the United States. To have these individual.
"I. visitors go hack home and tell of thewinders The meeting at Savannah, April 22- .
Florida: will be worth million 25, 1914, promises to be most event /(
e of dollars to the!' state in the ful and important. Among the not j4! j
r years to come. All of thin will give r able. events will be the presence of :
;1 an Impetus to business and growth + Sir William Willcocks of Cairo Egypt* .
throughout the state. In that way every I -w, ' J the famous English engineer and -the

I? section of Floridawill enjoy abUlliness G.n. W. B. Halderman, Louisville Ky. world's foremost authority on flood
benefit. a cVi Major General Commanding Kentucky control and river regulation the de I
While people who have lived here ; y ,a9r I Division United Confederate signer and builder of the great Aswan
.0 r., all their lives, and those who have SNV d.RIVERSIDE. dam across the Nile which has worked
A ........ M , .A.l""v=" .... -- Veterans at Jacksonville Reunion.
been citizens of the stat<"l'for' a number AIR '" wonders! for Egyptian development.
e of years, know much about the -- --- -- He has performed other works, almostas
wonders of Florida and the possibilities I notable, in irrigation, I
in various lines of business tty! PARK, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA flood' control, in other parts of Egypt,
.w, fact IB that the great mass of the n Illdia and in Mesopotamia. Sir .
Jacksonville Fla.,
Maren.-The public park system of Jacksonville Fla., where the 24th annual reunionof
William is .
people in Confederate territory know the only honorary vice- ;:;. -1
but little of these things. The re- the United Confederate Veterans'. Association and Sons of Vatarana will be held May 6, 7, 8, la one of the preaident-at-large of the -drainage-' ... Y

.\U oll.Jdyes, all of Florida a chance t most attractive In ttte south, The accompanying. _view 'Is In Rlv.rslde'Park. 'In the.. center of the fashionable rssl- congress. He will deliver an illus
w' r, and opportunity to be better and de'nc section the city, where thousand of people may find room for rest and plsaaure. .In I subtropical beauty trated address at Savannah on "River

-more mtlmately\known by people who ,| It U not excelled .anywhere In Florida. > Regulation and 'Flood Control in Anti / j

will come here invest their money and :=- !> -. -. '- --- =.=_ = i make good citizens. The organization also numbers

H Th traveler of today in Florida I I A FISHING SCENE ON ST. JOHNS" RIVER AT JACKSONVILLE } among its active officers the foremost
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looks out of a car winnow on fieldsand sanitary engineer in the world, Gen. ,
.r, gardens green with vegetation I' William C. Gorgas, U. S. A., whose

and sparkling with flowers, and wonders i j . . . work in fighting disease made possible -
how it that the building of the Panama
was jiuch changes :! canal.
) have been wrought He beholds thane I S wS : The president of the drainage congress Ii
y wonderful Florida cities, their massive is Edmund T. Perkins of Chicago, for ,' .
+ hotels, 'and hundreds of towns. \ ( years In the government service, and ,
'1 alive with modern energy and enterprise i for several years in charge 'of the l.!

shipping fruits and vegetables S Chicago office of the reclamation serv- '
v I" to all parts of the country, and receiving --- ice, and member of the Florida Everglades .V, i

in exchange a constant stream Engineering Commission which Ull!, 1
* I of gold. He seen railways and steamships has recently made a report to that 1.\
,, carrying. an immense tonnage of state of the reclamation of the Ever- '\ f..

rx i freight between the Florida producer j glades. Philip R. Kellar, the Chicago I j :,
$, \ and the foreign consumer, and con- magazine writer and .newspaper correspondent t t
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i dudes that Florida is soon to become : is the secretary. f, J
I I the great fruit. and vegetable basked The people of Savannah are work'l': /
I ..Of,the. nation. I ing energetically to make the ,r:1 '1
'After h.vlnglIeen all of these ing successful! in every way. Mayo r;::.!F..
ypj) r 1 things the traveler returns home and II | Richard J. Davant and the city counI I )
t takes Ills neighbor into his confidence cil have made it practically a municipal I
I relating to them what he saw on his j' affair, and the chamber of I !II'I( 'I
/ trip. "" The circle of Florida interest I commerce has made its success a matter f ,I'
f/y ) gradually expands until the entire territory { of great concern and ia doing eT4. .
k' is covered. The advertising that Mal Ge.. Col. HarrisonLos Angeles. erything in its power to help accomplish / :; J
d 'JFionda will get in this way could not CaU Commanding" F aorfle Division' this result. The promise is held t ) 1
? JFt ';*:"be bought'with any amount of money, I U, C. V, at Jacksonville Reunion 'In out that the hospitality of the city ;" 4 1
i, fno matterhow judiciously it mightiff May.' will be at the command of every via- i 1
*he 'apent-.The; newspapers allover the itor. r t
I :j'j'I''. I i country, as far as North Dakota in Appointment of delegates to the 'It' :
the northwest and as far east as I congress is made by governors, mayore < u

Maine, are publishingstories and pict :- CONSERVATION OF 'SOUTHERNLIFE heads of county .&governments ,.
h,+ V t tore; ..boQ .Florida and this reunion.. w IN SONG AND STORY. chambers of commerce, officers of the i* {

,,,*Thlaft.orabl \.publicity will attract otganization. etc ;aTHE'FATAL
J.0 -JiornesesVera '. to Florida for years to Much has been said of the conservation ..
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'and state with citi- of force the conservation of ,
u com*, needed matter STOP.'j i
*....., who are to develop re I the conservation of human energy, ,.
S/, Jtl"Urcell of.' .ne. klM.and; another and of late years there has been a Automobile Salesman-And whatever .?'
tJ'ithllDGa'bollt'H':\); !: ; whole stats. ----- --=- c great cry for the conservation of our speed you may be going, when A, 5
tip''. ,.'..It..wiJI.be. in addition to.these bene. natural resources! Today I would brake you stop in ftft.- ;
'; I'j' I' a pLeasant' experience or.the )peo- Jacksonville, :Fla, ""+. chJ-l,'"uliHas, have been received ...... spctlve visitors) to the Confeder plead for another. .nservattoithe yoneputonndthit "' *> a
\ .... of Florida to-welcome and enter ate reunion .In M.t'oorn'nll' the opportunities for.fishing during/reunion ._.... ".Ne better opportunity Is of conservation of southern life in song Prospective Woman Purch.aerJt(

\.slrr.: .,survivors'.of'the.- Confederate' fared snywh.re 'In,the eolith.. as the ..../ftpaflrIoJ": / 111ustraU.n ,Indicates' ., A popular outing I. -for tei'. orv twslyenen and story.-Mrs. RuUdge. Smith in How dreadful! I've always ..thought e k.

'arrole, ,Jaduonvillei < to go to t"1.ttles.. n.a1 the mouth of the/81.; Johns river, hire. a boat and an her It. fishing frO* -the.. Southern W6man's: '(Magazine. ) they wire so dangerous. Punch,1 i. r'v
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t faced corrugated pasteboard, metal, urea that are highly Interesting, at not tttt t.
.. t Burleson Gives Out Set wood or other suitable material and LET THE least. We rive an extract:' success ittantiicpates.y But hai, .9t '. i

wrapped so that nothing can escape "The Covina company claims the the prospect of making: *1.82 a.
from the package. All such parcels following by-products from fifty box of cull oranges, even frosen or- to)
of Rules On Parcels Post shall be labeled "Eggs" pounds of oranges: Eight quart of anges, if you wilL-TimesUnion.A ." .

7, Eggs in parcelsweighing more nice, valued at (1.20)) two and one- .
than twenty pounds shall -be accepted CULLS. PAY- half ounces of oil,j7 cent; dried.pee - Scotchman "eom ylatnid'ahtta": .c' .,.

'. BY FOLLOWING THEM YOU CAN GET ALMOST ANYTHING'FIFAT1SNf' 'for mailing -Offices-I inthe-6ret-and 5 cents;vinegar, 5 .cent.;. fertilizer, 6 had'got a ringing in his heady' . ;,.o'a '
second when in crates .
zones packed ,
cents, making a total of $1.82. Even .1 in to the New York Press. '?; '
COMBUSTIBLE INTO UNCLE SAM'S MAIL BAGS. boxes, buckets or other containers
if one-half of' this amouht could be *Do ken thatt'.
the reason 0' !
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\ having tight bottoms to prevent the 'obtained, the manufacture of .
byproducts
TIE PRICE asked his friend. i ,
I escape fot anything from the package I could be put on the but of "No." .. :'/.1,
: For the benefit of the general government -: to be transported outside of mail bags and so'constructed ad properly to great commercial success. This company ".,1 tell ye-If. ompty* 5 ' ,,, '
Postmaster-General A. S. (f). All packages containing liquid tect the contents. Such "pro-I claims a process by which orange I And' hae ye never '-, a' 'ringing tit I
,. Burleson has issued the following set must be marked "Fragile." be marked "Eggs-This side up, juice may be kept an Indefinite your head?" asked the other.' '. .."."
of rules and regulations governing the 6. Pastes, salves, etc., not easily liquefiable to be transported' outside/ the mail I Of Care and length of time, retaining. its natural. "No,, never." -\ ' PW
Marketing
shipping of packages through the shall be accepted for mailing bags. flavor." II And ye ken the> reason t BCMM
Mail shall be ,
1629.
Sec. matter not ,
United States malls: when inclosed in water-tight containers This Covina company has not yet it's cracked." 1
and placed in a pasteboardor carried outside of"the regular mailbags .J
strong
Sections 474, 475 and 1629, Postal wooden box.x' except second-class matter of Citrus Fruits

Laws and Regulations of 1913, are f.. Manufacturers or dealers intending marked for outside delivery as provided ,
hereby amended to read as follows: ; to transmit articles in consider- in' section 1613, or matter the r ?t,

t Sec. 474. Admissible articles which, able quantities should submit 'to the character, form or weight of which
"' : from their form -or nature, might poatlnuptcr at the mailing,office for prtrentjiit\ from being curried,tarthe BY-PRODUCTS FROM FIFTY
-- amage other mail matter or equIp- approval a *peciintyi parcel showing mail bags or makes it liable to damage POUNDS OM' ORANGES NETS F., 4 i
ment or injure the person of any pos- I the manner of psftfting. the mall. $1.82 AFTER EVERY EX- y
tal employe shall be accepted when 7. Charp-pointed or sharp-edged instruments A. S. BURLESON, PENSE IS y a :. ;. *. <'
I hacked in accordance with the follow- or fools shall be capped or Postmaster-General. PAID. FO ,
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: incased so that they cannot cut
2. In case of articles liable to break, 'through their' covering: Blades shall END OF CITRUS j \=:;r. .,t
,be bound that they 'will remain Great are the profit. of citrus cul-
the inner bag, box, envelope or wrapping so e. 7q W r ?
.. shall be surrounded by sawdust, firmly attached to each other or within ture in Florida; greater might they FOrb) =- ..r
SEASON be if, as the Times-Union has several i
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' excelsior, cotton or other similar sub- their handles or sockets. Plow- ,
times urged, the culls and drops were
stance. shares, stove castings, pieces of ma- "sr
1t t chinery, etc, shall have all points, ; made a source of income to the grove J
in
3. Admissible liquids and oils, Tlli
of edges and corners thoroughly protected I BLOOM NOW ON TREES : owners, as they are in other lands, ;, -', e .4
i the limit
,, packages not exceeding excelsior material 'instead of being an utter loss to the
with similar
PROMISE OF BIG
matter ( or AND .' '
of fourth-class see
.'.1 f weight for mail- and be wrapped' in burlap cloth or CROP NEXT growers.In >kVf. .; j'
be
shall
Sec.
454)) accepted
ing when intended for delivery at the tough paper, or be properly boxed to SEASON. the current number of the Coun- : 4'. office of mailing or on a rural route prevent damage to mail or equipment try Gentleman, Barton W. Currie ROM: y : v'w yi +
1. localdelivery. treats of of the Citrus [ -_
"* therefrom when inclosed In when intended for other than "By-Products : --* '.i >>'
starting
,.\ a glass or metal container securely Florida Citrus Shipments. I Trees," and gives much welldigestedinformation
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t 8. Ink flour, snuff and suggestion concerning
powders -
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wi closed and heavily wrapped, provided pepper Car. moved laat .week., ..'.___.- 6(1 .
or other similar powders not explosive I the citrus industry. of Florida, 'It 't'i -)
it is not to transport them Car. moved week before ia.t---- 67 I .
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t steam electric railways. or any similar pulverized dry' Total cart moveee last Saturday IT., "" written in that lively stylethat holds' ,
,:"; j over or substance not poisonous, shall be ac- 'I the reader's attention. It is the partof
t "'".,, 4. Admissible liquids and oils,pastes, cepted when inclosed in the manner Jacksonville, Fla, April 3.-The' the article relating to the most un- '
. I salves or other articles easily liquefi- prescribed herein for liquid, or when citrus fruit movement last week was businesslikewaste that Is allowed in
able shall be accepted for mailing, regardless inclosed in cases made of metal, 563 cars, or four cars less than the very grove' of the state, which could
l I' 'of distance, when they conform wood papier-mache or similar material week previous, says the Packer. The be avoided, that we wish to consider. ':home 'haa"'t.t
',$jj !i'' is the.following conditions: ,in uch manner as.to render im movement this week will .be'. much 1 Mr. Currie's attention' was drawn atBradentown MANY.:,beautiful' ,; ;
, .- When instrong glass bottles possible'the of of the to this ..te 'for he :
holding four ounces or less, the total tents.. freely but the orange movement is he"'saw hundreds'of acres1'' carpeted :
quantity sent In one parcel shall not i 9. Candles confectionery, yeast gradually falling off.-. The movement with' culls-and drops and learned that ; ''
; exceed twenty-four ounces; liquid cake,' soap \tin hard cakes, etc:;, shall will be less each week from now until from just one'grapefruit grove 20,000of had their beginning With $1 awrit. -

I. measure Each bottle shall ho wrapped be inclosed.!.In boxes,and.so. wrapped the close of- the season ,.There1. are these.golden discards were .thrown * '- <.,' /. '&' /
, in paper or other absorbant substances as to- prevent injury to other -small several cars of late Valencias but the into the Manatee river"to be fished .
and then all placed in a box made of matter. large distributors do not anticipateany out by men and boys and sold to hotel J.1Ie. yin oncejorjned: gf w.jji tttenEt i 4
;; cardboard or other suitable material 10. Matlable' hides and pelts.-(Sees. heavy .movement from. now on. keepers at fifty cents a boxv When ho s .
and packed in a container made of 472 and 47744)) shall be thoroughly |I'Most of the citrus fruit moving the arriVed at home he, merely as an ex- ena rapidly. the constantly increasing .Interest .noon mateing -. ;
'f double-faced corrugated pasteboard'of wrapped to prevent grease soaking past two weeks has been grapefruit.Fair periment, had some of these spotted lank[ account worth while. 1'.
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1. I good quality. The corners of the container through the package and damaging ]I prices have prevailed for the oranges and grapefruit made Into your )
. ..' must fit tightly and be reinforced other mail matter. late varieties of fruit. Most of this marmalade which he "wouldn't; swap .'t. '
; with Jape so as to prevent the 11. Unloaded pistols or guns may crop is moving from Polk and Orange for any of the-Dundee product." Make the start now-today: Decide that YOU,TOO. .

. f1";(( ; escape of any liquid if the contents be sent in the mails, but the post- county. The fruit is arriving on mar- This Dundee* marmalade is made of will have something in later life to show for your I -:. r''' "
.J4., should be broken, and the whole parcel master at the mailing office shall kets in a very satisfactory condition, oranges imported into Scotland from ; .
I shall be securely wrapped with carefully examine such packages and showing but little decay. Grapefruit, Italy and Spain, and much of it Is imported .
", strong paper and tied with twine. shall receive them only when sure 'which has not been up to the mark into this country, and is accounted A LITTLE DEPOSITED EACH WEEK AT THIS '
:; Single bottles of liquid holding four they are harmless. Cartridges or loaded for the past two weeks, is slr wing a a great delicacy.some of tt I
ounces or less may also be shells are not mailable. much better demand. being sold'even In this land of the or- ,BANK WILL PAVE' THE WAY. ..J q'. a

.t prescribed in the following para-I 1 12. Fragile articles, such as milin- There probably are close' to 1,000- ange-of oranges which are better
j graphs (b) and (c) : ery toys, musical instruments, etc., 000 'boxes of fruit still left in the than the best raised in southern Eu-

(b). When in glass bottle holding and articles consisting wholly or in state.Without rope.At BANK OE: ;
,1 more than four ounces, the total part of glass, or. contained in .glass, doubt there is the heaviest Bradentown for. Currie talked to STATE ,
quantity sent in one parcel shall not shall be securely packed and the parcel bloom of citrus fruit throughout the members of thelocal board of trade I>.
.., exceed sixteen ounces, liquid measure. stamped or labeled '"Fragile.Parcels ." entire state of any previous season up one of whom, a Mr. Graham, said to i x0
, , The bottle must be very strong and so labeled shaH be handled to the present time and with favorable him: , -lQSS lM MEE.s:
must be. inclosed In.a. block or tubes with thejrreateat POathlecaren . -weather-conditions should _:: :-"There's a -bad flaw i'n our'trade' .
_ir i-tnetai-wood.- r-maehe- -Sec. 476. Parcels containing perish- next'fall the crop > a bumper. balances. We sell our -home-grown ., .. . o! f> '

# s liar material) and there must be pro- able articles shall be marked "Perish cabbage at two and three cents a Capital stock ______________._________1_______-$1M,000.00 Fus s

L vided between cushion the bottle of cotton and felt the the able.time" Articles likely to spoil for within trans- LIST OF JURORS pound, and buy back northern cabbageat Retosircet ever ________.__________ ;______-_.___- 400,000.00 ,4! 1 I .
tube reasonably required
block a '
or ten cents a pound; we import 'eggs S.
a or other absorbent. The.. block or portation and delivery shall not. be ac- :SPRING TERM 010'CIRCUIT for five cents apiece and live chickens ".w v 1't C
:*', tube. if of wood or papier-mache, cepted for mailing. COURTS. a w"nty-ftve cents a pound; potatoes Officer and DirectorsC
W\' must be at least one-eighth of an inch 2._ utter, lard and perishable articles' cost us seventy cents a peck, and so on \ I
B thick: for bottles holding eight ounces such as fish, fresh meats, dressed S. Bezza, C.: E. Clarkson. G. C. through a long list. Once we established I A. CARSON PresU J, M. LEE Vie Pie*. G
\ ? or less, and at least three-sixteenths: 'fowls, vegetables fruit. berries 'and Bronson, J. M. Crafton > L. Ii. Cro- cold storage facilities and a 1Sgyd
!1{_ of inch thick for bottles holding articles ImdarnatuN Jl'KATZ. 2ndYlc: ; ?***: i ,
an of a-, which-de martle W. S; .Pearce, Geo. Batton, J. canning plant or two weTttay reverse : ;
r. more than eight ounces. The blcok ort 1 cay: quickly, when so packed or wrap. W. Campbell, G. A. Gilbert A. C. some of these uneconomic balances, ROMA THOMAS, Assistant CaskUrS' ;, tV
t" tube-must be rendered watertight by. ped as to prevent damage to other Chapman, W. H. Walker, Ira Wether- for' there is .nothing we cannot raisein
t i'V an application on the Inside of par mail matter, shall be accepted for local bee, E. L. D. Overstreet, G. W. Jones, this wide-open country of.ours."
E"> affin or other suitable substance and' delivery either at the office of L. G. Collins, H. E. Brown, Thos. A. bad a flaw as any in our trade .. ,.i.t. (
,, K V must be closed by a screw-top cover mailing or on any rural route starting Drake, W. B. Johnson, Nat Bass, P. balances I. the selling of our citrus e '\.I" '"
"i r* with sufficient screw threads to re- therefrom. When inclosed'' in inner fruits ."in. the raw" and buying back ... --
an G,,White, J. A. Lancaster, T. R. Mose- : '. ,:'::1 r;,""" -
"r Ij quire at least} one and one-half 'corof ,(Cover,and a strong outer cover of l ley T. E. Ivey; D. .J. Sylvester E. A. the products In the shape of per- . _. ,..- . -
Jj; r .d plenums; before it will come off. The wood metal, heavy corrugated pasteboard Niemeyer, S. L. Batton, W. B. Bards, fumes and food'artlcles. Mr. Currie .i. or ,t ,"" '_ J ;" '
F cover must be provided with a washer, or other suitable material and also speaks of "tons of culls" he RroI'I
ti ? ; W. G.' McClelland J.: M. Yates, J. M. saw ..
, W' so that no liquid could escape if the wrapped so that nothing can escape Hansell, .J. J. Dann Doyle Hears, 1. .J. In the packing house of one grove, a .r
I' G.j bottle should be broken Any number from the package, they will be acscp t. Harvey, .J.- W. Simpson, R. D. Brown, dead loss'to the owner, and rightly
r i ifcl"i of bottles separately packed as herein ed 'for mailing to all offices to whichin J. A., Harvey. > concludes that the greater strictnessof iiPbok.ft
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,' g prescribed may be included, a sint1' the ordinary course of.maD they This term of court will meet on the the growers In gradingop and I fDtack'
; 4* tfo.package if the limit of weight andy can ,be) .,without spoiling. 29th of.ApriL standardizing' their packs will add e tx ilr
j': <'size for fourth-class: matter be not 8. Butter, dressed fowls, vegetables", ereaaingiy: to the number culled.
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.exceeded this opinion is that which has been In'l /i -r .
. ... '- fruits and other P1Iriahabl, ,'articles' in JuLl{.
.tj (e). Bottle containing liquid-may parcels -weighing jnore than twenty LIST Of OFFICES vanced by the Times-Union that "on .
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tg t also be,.packed in strong and tight rep pounds shall be accepted for mailing they can draw from their by-products ....
lit( | < ceptacley ,ot.w9Od, metal or waterproof to offices In the first and second zones B they can maintain an even higher' 'J." ,
;j\;\ | corrugated.. pasteboard. Space ; when suitably.wrapped or inclosed and v"; TO flLLb INOSCEOLA' grade of pack." .' ""
fIr.f U must be left all around the bottles, I IET packed.in crates, .boxes: or other suitable While much of this article in the ,
.J 'iwhich. must be filled with' bran, sawIt *. containers 'having tight bottoms' COUNTY Country Gentleman is devoted to correction .'"
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BL I dust 'or' other-absorbent materia in.to prevent the Of anything from of the misleading statements
escape .. ... . '
4 t ir, sufficient quantity to absorb all the the package and so constructed as put"torth by certain land companies as ft". - ..., 4' .teX... ..,......./ ..,,1.... :.0,. -i,
t{ IP liquid if the bottle should be broken. )properly to protect the contents. All The ;following Is. complete list of to the ease with which the great profits'.In ...,..... WE't COULDN.-T' .#
iL .if (d-Whenin) > a.meUl; ,container. the 1!,such parcels to-be transported outsideof the offices to.br filled in Osceol county citrus culture-in favorable. . Svcnlr) trim'y.' .,.. . "
811< the roattod ; .
Eft 'v 'weight limit of the.parcel; la the ume mail bags _"!. by.rprmary! ( electfonwhich'will. Irears can be..secured,' we are more feo.: inak ahlKhly.. Ma- "r reach &I.rtI' I ,
as for other fourth-class matter. The [ 4. Vegetables ana" "fruit* which. do be held here In June.; The Tiet.ls taken Immediately concerned with the. pic-' onxl brad-cruml tufftnsr.; put.. SujpIj' ,,'t itQ'','BI R' --. I

fef l; container must be securely sealed. and: not decay quickly will be accepted for from the report of the secretary-of hire: hs;'sketches,out, OJ.'.hinta. at,.of FV'u inclosed in.a strong; box. 1 j mailing to any zone. if packed so as to state andi fcsfollowsif: 'To :' the greater/nt&ra of the citrus industry i6s fa.teD'aKar.l,. ro'u'1tBUT'U4C. : tJi:a'FH::: $,MEATOFOR.: '
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SU}*' i (.): When In parcels weighing'more. prevent damage to oQkor mail m tt41r. Untt d 8tateasenaWrlrepruentattveFourth if proper>> meansvare taken to utilize f U.Woo4..ktr.er..I.tb..U' i",
K- : i. 'than twenty-five pounds, mailable llq- 5. Eggs shall'be accepted for local ; tonrrxsiional district ?lx- much of what is noW' thrown away rte bovri ,vtlkBur) ? !' "
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:$.tuidsice securely-sealed..glss 1 bottle or f'fmeta delivery' when so packed in basket or ty.fourth congress Of .yth.United: In this connection we draw' attention .l .ra""l h the,. ar* itearard; MockiRTta. .BinI .I,'
,, }$,,, \. *JaJW.l bo siccepted for.. *Ul other. container..prevent damage States;I two; goad commissioners; -Citrus-Fruit By-Products; the Rave .-.>ut do aolet .R ... V
in 4ho. flrst,and swcondiP' tct other nail ma ter. '. i'* "-t r rtotoisaditor'ono member'of. the Times-Union of March 26 last, a clip- i ready SKttn aqusrs v( b tterwl It JII.. .EJ ,1
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' '- r: 'ons''>when',packed;;W strong'boxes1bit .'.6.Eges'ahaU bo acecptea formailing houses representatives},'-Bounty. assessorof hlng'from sT:letter to "the NeW'York ; ; :
*; >and.surroaniled with-sawdust or otherE'1' -. 'regardless: of distance. -whn each taxes*.tax--eol1ecter; county Pack i> of the previous Saturday date : ; : :
aaitable'sabstaseetoprotecttb>C.eon-,egg i s.1!" ped Mparately*aDd m.. ,;tents from breakage. All, +nc*, pack- with exceillior,',(IItton or other -. one ,member''of the..boose ot ..yeproMntatiwsMupctrisoir -. .tells of what California. is essaying to .//10' : \ I "
Kt lagosr to be Fragile-This/side., suitable' material'and j>aeksd in>a'- of'registration. ; I do." '!at that:letter.the' writer"-"gets' 1.: : :

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I .t"l" .' a TRADE AT HOME., not perfect and the stirring should becontinued MAY BEES -AN ESSAY ,f
'.' ' 1.I8I1ED. EVERT FRS AT. OFFICE IN VALLEY GAZETTE B1TJLDINO., + and possibly? a little more WINS SENATE RACE! -
,', ,,1\,; ,.. ', KISSIMMES, O8CKQUA.. : COUNTY, LORIDA. 0 aa .a a IO4l0,004d, .aa 4 soap added. 'This amount 1 I. sufficient, ,
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... Is it people "can not learn the ; \ (By Claude I1Engle,)-
Why It I. impossible to a The democrats Alabama have
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-: 'I<< -.1" simple lesson',that they can not get with any fungicide without killings vindicated their ,claims to common

.;&AJ..TlUPLi'rr,. .. _. '_ .. .. .. l_ _ .. Editor "something for nothing To.get good great -deal of the'friendly fungi which sense. They have nominated Oscar i
''jr! h --p ----'-- values one must pay good money. keeps the scale insects in check and : w Underwood for United States senator ,

'""> HATES: One copy.' one.y.ar-__________._____ .__ si.no The offer to sell goods at less than even the spraying with insecticide.will despite the vigorous and venom Don't Get< Stun .
Je8CIUP''ION ._-__ __ .. their value ought to create a suspicion not entirely remedy this trouble, ous campaign that waged against
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,a. :ZL f" immediately that something is wrong.. so th"- grower must take this .point him. By so doing they have shown ',.
/' --- The Mirror is Impelled to make this into careful consideration before put- that they appreciate services of bees good little insects ,
are ,
,.. I i ,''All ommunlcatlon, except atom our author'..'."" orrJlIItnd.iM 1 mum !beT utterance because it is reliably informed I May ,,t
lB7Bd br the writer., .. ;.... ting a fungicide Into his grove. Be I one of the most capable and consistent '
>A '' "- --;--- that recently a big' department! sides this it must be remembered that But they don't fly in June.In "
,> !" 'rt. :, R ejaC\.td.matt..r will not'be returned unle.e culled for statesmen the south has 'ever sent .
storetn-a' nearby large city used a full when fruit is smaller than .:
j spraying
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tEatered the Pontofflce In Klualmme Florida ae. KK.OIH)-f IMHH jjiatt* > t page in the Sunday edition of'a-leadIng "a walnut will cause more or less of have-TPbaked a very little man who
j. :' . _:.::... -. ? daily paper to advertise toilet arti- the young fruit to fall. It is best to ,had the nerve to aspire to a place for Don't waste time on "May been"
.... .., 1 ,'10' / I It cles at cut prices.At do everything to avoid ;'
possible spray- which he is in fitted.
be" all
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,,11. : j 4 j, FRIDAY APRIL 10, 1914 least three fourths of the space ing a citrus grove with fungicides, 1 Mr. Underwood has shown that he .

T" .' -> .-"-= :-.'- was used to exploit a number of toilet but if it is a matter of losing/ some is bid enough and strong enough to right for you in Congress;

: articles under a name and trademark of the fruit and having/ fight scale, i remain at Washington attending to Some other man "may be" in line :
WHAT OUR STATE EDITORS WILL SEE WHEN practically unknown. Their merits ( ?) or on the other hand, of having all.the ithe!I people's business, while his opponent ) "
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: itj were beautifully word-painted in fulsome grapefruit ruined by scab infection, I has been-covering the- state with with progressive democracy. -
: .I; THEY MEET IN KISSIMMEE IN 1915 '
I' (. descriptions, and finally the one must take the least of the two 1 a campaign of abuse and misrepresentation Some other man "may be" able .
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ti prioe was cut deep for the advertisements .
evils and '
and
,"' %II ---- spray.Ammoniacal -: yet win out by a hand- '
.1,<1, ' 4: \ named a price and ,then) cut it copper carbonate is no some majority Captain Hobson used to think and act for the people ..;..
.:,> .,::'" ,:i:*Kiimmee the Beautiful, has for the,past few years enjoyed a distinction I half in two as a special sale offer. better ,for the scab than Bordeaux every known artifice of the politicianto after election( .'

'.\', "":that'any City tn our"falJand" might feel proud to ponset-h, in the fact that Possibly the numerous articles under mixture, but does not do so much] to- deceive the democrats of Alabama.
; five thousand the name can still be bought in any ward increasing scale infectation' be- He falsely accused Mr. But "may be" some other man
jibe: has grown from a strsggling village to a city of more than Underwood of
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,; ; quantity from a single box or bottle, cause, though it is sufficiently strongto alliance with the liquor interests in '
""I 4 Inhabitants.When II to car load lots, at the cut price, or kill the scab fungus* it really the effort to stir up prohibition sentiment won't.And ?,
', i' we look back over the pages of time and realize how short. a space less, named In the big advertisement. not so strong a fungicide as Bordeaux I' in his favor, thus making the I "may be" you'll get stung

n\ !", hal elapsed since our city first began to be known it seems almost impossible However, the department store mixture, and, besides, it washes away saloon an issue in the campaign, when fooling with him. r .r

for such a change to take place within the time limit, but such is the cane, | knew full well that the bargain ( ?) from the trees more readily, thus giving it had no place therein. lie made the ...'k" .
Lv offered in an unknown, untried, un- the friendly fungi a better oppor- I wildest charges about Underwood being You "know" that Claude L'Engle ,
and t I.'due in a great measure to two distirtct causes adv'rtjHedtrndemarke article would tunity to become re-established / financed by the moneyed interestsand "
\ First.Ks We have the location, being situated on the north shore of I Lake I not land buyers without a real tempting If circumstances are such that it being the tool of Ryan and Bel- it 'NOT j' a "may be; '.4.I

Tohopekaliga, the head of navigation to both the Gulf; and the Atlantic', and I, / lure, so they devoted about one. seems better to spray, spray in time I mont. He sought to create the impression You "know" that he "will" think ',J

I also on the main line ofthe, A. C L. railroad, with branches\' leading) out 10'' fourth and of the space simply to the I for after the fruit Is once infectedthere that there is open hostility and act for you
name a cut price on a number of is no remedy. I between Underwood
Apopka on the north and St. Cloud and Narcoossee on the ius(, thu plating, / and the president, ;
< trademaikedadvertised articles, such WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER when their relations have been most Because he is "now" in Congress "
:, Kissimmee at once as a distributing point as three large cakes of Ivory soap for ('0", Inspecticide Department, I cordial and have differed on only one I s.:<
Ii Second. By having a population composed: of sonic of the' most thnfu I j 1'!) tents, a box of Ir) Lyon's toothpowder I i Jacksonville. Fla. ,(question! of policy since the administration "doing (his very thing. '
fived who .quick, fo 1. ]13! cents, three cakes of Palmolive - /( When you can get a "sure thing" ,
in
11.; r' wide-awake citizens that ever any connnumU, were | ]i iri' for :25 cents, and few LAWS iroVERNING SU SCRll' : endeavoreJ possible manner ''
map a '
Hobson
grasp"the situation and who have continues in season and out of "xtuson to ,other well known high quality artirUs I TIONS. 'I confidence of the people to in destroy the distinguished the- Don't risk the best "chance" 't

c. ), work and strive to build of Kissimmee a real city.t whose price is uniform and the Most readers of newspapers and democrat--and he has been that ever happened, .....,

3! :Through the press and the united efforts of the \board' of rude, Coupled value recognized many publishers are not familiar with I properly) rebuked: Claude L'Engle has been time- -
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cut the
4 t with the co-operation of the commissioners of Osceola) county, the., outside : on trademarked-adver- the laws governing subscriptions.Here Mr Underwood will enter the Senate -
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Used articles was not but it : tried and fire-tested
deep, was of in the \
world has been put in touch with the true l f entire States the subject They will men. His loss will be keenly felt in for the :
,$l"r':- homeseeker and home builder have all been attracted and once they
'il, and saw'they fell in love with the spot and decided! to make (hen home, heieKissimmee I If if the department store had reallywant.d will undoubtedly be glad of the opportunity another man in that body who can fill He is the "one sure thing" for. ,;

f isJOO longer ..n infant\ in swelling clothes, but i,; one of the I Id I. '' :, to It sell is needless them at to the 'reducedpines. that to print them for the benefitf his place as the majority leader-certainly you in this race for Congressin f.:}
in the f fr t'' say .. subscribers: none so thoroughly posted on all
most charming young cities that (:comprise: the /galaxy: of fciowing cities when il customer asked for a quantity delinquent the questions which before the Fourth District '
"Subfccribers who do not come con- !
great commonwealth of Florida, and while the blush of youth still} lingers/ I and planked down the cash, he or give express rell8. The new tariff law under
+ notice to the contrary are considered He is there for "one" term,
F upon her cheek, she is the admiration of all who come within her /gates ) she was told that only one box ofLyon's I as wishing" renew their subscriptions which the people for the first time obtain I
}' 1, l Now.there is never a place to stop and pause in the great march through tooth powder at 13 cents, threeakes appreciable relief, is of his making Vote for Claude L'Engle "first," :

lifeW.must either keep step to the music and match with the rank ajid ,or the of'pther Palmolive, soap at i irl 25 cents., "If subscribers order a discontinuAnce He has left has impress on legislatIOn ----

.file. rJlle..m.uat.&ll out and be left behind with the decrepit!, and feeble, and j I: would be sold each customer proportion i of their publication the publisher I, house. during It will his be difficult entire term to choose in the "
continue to send them until a -
I Iwhuh may
no one would expect for a moment that our fair city would think of doing | but: the Aids to Beauty prices ( ? ) 1 all dues are paid. leader so able, so earnest, so consistent ,
.. had been cut deep, could be had I ; j
such a thing. ;in any <|iiantity, I "If the subscriber refuses to take senate., as the one who now goes to the Some men play poker and others sn ,

t A new board of councilmen for our city have just been inducted into office, IKe wise buyers took the quantity periodicals from the postoffice to Alabama has satisfy their gambling instinct by getting t'

i. and they are men of intellect, or energy, and ambition, and men who hale I they i I could get of articles of known which they are directed he is responsible able men to the contributed United States some senate very married. J,
until he has settled his bill and ordered
the welfare of the city at heart, and we have every .reason to expect great | vlilu--th. suckers bought Aids to the discontinued. and it is now about to add another to !
;Beauty, and paid possibly much more paper the list, It would have been disgrace
thing from them. ]than "If subscribers move to other places a -
the articles were really worth, to the
There are several projects that have .been discussed frequently: both pii and (certainly all they were worth, at without informing the publisher and Underwood with state Hobson to have defeated
t vately;and publicly Which this new council will put 1i to efferT an early ;: I I!east the price. they will be sold for as I the papers are sent to the former address : LOOKOUT !
the subscriber is held responsible J JI
t ,, I date: mong which :we might here mention the bulkheading of lake TohoI I : I:OUR-/ as the t first supply of printed , WIIERE HE WAS MISTAKEN."I i ,
1!abels last.
pekllga. Some time ago the start was made by private individuals to bulk When they are gone, the "The courts. have held that refusing '

i'l'l head and then fill in and bring up to a grade by beginning/ at Cape Breeze, |I ;came the same articles cut,prices under, and other of names the same, at 'I to take periodicals from them the postofTice uncalledfor he don't halted live before in this a town policeman," he saidas on I vi

I : but after a abort time the project was abandoned and work suspended I jnknown value, will appear in company J or removing is facie and leaving evidence/ of intention the corner, relates the Houston Post Three Pounds "'

,\ I i The citj will now take up that work and complete the bulkheading the i I with the articles of,established {I to defraud.prima I I "Well ?" was queried."I California Prunes _ __ __ 25c25c .

: '., i entire lehgth'of the city limits, starting at Cape Breeze and extending to the ;to value: make under big profits the same at "half selling the scheme relt'UI I'l "If subscribers pay in advance, theyare there.think" I made a mistake back Two Pounds r

intersection of the Kissimmee Club company property on the west and theN I lar price." bound to give notice at the end "What's the Fancy California Peaches,
matter of
the if do not wish to your chin ?
club will then take up the work and continue it on to the mouth of Shingle Don't be a "sucker" and swallow of time they it otherwise the sub- "A woman bit me, and that's why I .i
continue taking ,
":k\ Creeks; making in all wHen finally completed about three miles of seawall, and such bait as above mentioned. .Remember scriber is responsible until express think. I made a mistake." Three Packages 25
I Hillsboro.. Cleaned Currants ___ C
,i" :when this is filled in and brought up to grade, which will be done this summer, cad his your merchant and notice with payment of all arrearageis "How was it? u
advertisements with the full "Down on the next block the
r ,oar city will possess a waterfront fit for the gods. This will give a boulevardof J knowledge\ and belief that he simply sent to the publisher. -Publishers; is stopped up and there's a lot of sewer water One Pound 1

:. 100 feet extending the entire length along the lake shore and the property can not afford to use such advertising Auxiliary. over the crossing. A woman stood Rumford Baking Powder 25c

acquired ,by result of this improvement will of necessity,belong to the city, I methods as above mentioned. He lives THE DJINNGER DJAR. with her toes in the edge of it, and r.

at If privtae individuals prefer to defray this expense themselves I they would here, pays his pro rata part to, keep (From the Pathfinder.)) thinking she wanted to cross I picked Five Pounds $1
schools her Peaberry Green Coffee
churches and carried _
up your your and up her over/
eq be'entltled,to the possession of the acquired property which this, im- One time, a djinn lived illdjar,
'J rour'town, and.does his share of the where all good cookies are. "And she bit you in return!" '
The
[ fovement would give.notber .t I publiC! work to make the town grow place "She bit me and called me name Two-Pound Can Beans10C 'f

.h. improvement,which is just now ready to be made In connection and he Is entitled to your trade and he The cookies, they were crisp': and Can you sea where I made a mis T Best Pork and, I

the'new well which has just been put down to supply the water necessary I always gives you full value for every sweet, i taker""Unit '
dollar you spend with him. If he I can. She didn't want to
t .for.the'development of eur city is the increased capacity of, our electric light should: not, you step Into his store The very nice'st Kind to; eat;; cross." 'Groceries. Guaranteed

; *,' 4w.now; : have'as fine electric plant as can be found anywhere of its I and "roast" him good and plenty and And as I wanted one myself, "But she stood there ?" "

n. t .aixe) and capacity, but it baa become entirely too small and our council will at ret I your money back, or such a settlement I reached up to the pantry shelf. !"Yes, but she wag simply getting A Beautifbl "IT..
I I'rt her feet
,f' ,once' order a new 600-horsepower plant installed to take the place of the'one as satisfactory.. Can you wet""What Roma Ivory Jardinier____,39'
lo that with the mail order houses for ,
j:isow In As the plant is installed the white lights along j But,'goodness me! for gracious' sajcesl ( '
( u.e soon as new way Not" much. Trade at home with merchants Those brown and cookycakesHad "That she might go home and tell A Nine-Piece &
.;!;' 1 -roadway and other principal streets will be erected and we will have the you know and you will be crispy her husband that she had got to have Caserole and Bean Se.e p 1.e70

< t'/if prettiest as well as the best lighted city in the state prosperous.-The I Evening Mirror, all turned into djinner-snaps''! ;{8 to get a pair of the spring and lIumm..r -

! d 'J ,;',The work of extending the hard surface to outlying streets will also be I II Ir Iillsboro, Texas.TREATMENT. The very funniest little chaps! consumption.style of"shoes, or go into quick WORKS OF- ART .:::

r ,. F '""fctven prompt attention and a brick boulevard will,be built to the new club 0044440400040404044 And from the djar they all djumpedout I. A few Odds and Ends in Men's and

a lti, / :'bouse which is now nearing completion on the lake shore and the entire dis- 4 NOT SO HEAVENLY. I II Women's Shoes

: ,,1! ,,"tans Illuminated at night with electric lights, making one of the most dew ,,> OF SCAB IN And scampered all around about. I I Sunda'y -
4 THE CITRUS GROVE < A school teacher was quiz- AT COST
'ff,''J/.. ;:lljrhtful- drives entering the city. 4 from 1 zing her class of boys on the strengthof
down
the
Jj. i1'1 s: It is now:' practically an assured fact that the next state annual meeting 4004044440040404440 And shelf one ,fell. right' their desire for righteousness, according -AT-

of Florida editors will in Kitsimmee and with our hotel accommodations to the Delineator."All .
convene .! of he broke himself!
4s In the groves where scab has been And so, course,
hundreds of homes that will) be thrown to them those who wish to go to
I and'with the private open troublesome; the grower should keep heav-I
en, she said "will please stand.
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welcome extended the to in and'speiida areful of the condition of And two of them were making love,
and the glad hand of invitation come : watch: the All got to their feet but one small TAYLOR'S'i"
-t' , =:f..r=da .-aB-our personal guest- while-you see! our-fair city, made to the press new growth. If this shows only a (The others sppng from above!)
amount of scab boy."Why
of the state, the honest, honorable gentlemen who are today doing/ so much alight> pruning and burning, probably of all scabby careful And one djinn, 'round' behind the dpr)! , Johnny," claimed the

;. to build up and develop this fair southland, these editors will be treated to just ;issue will be sufficient protection for Found where the djams and djellies shocked that teacher don't "do you mean to say' ': :'
you want to go to heaven ? Phone 250. Quick Delivery ,
e in feeble here described and the and the the unless have are. ,;r
neb actI"es.a we have our way name : crop we an especially "No, ma'am," replied Johnny I r '

11, .: Mime of Kissimmee "will continue to spread and her people prosper until she lamp spring, whether this dampness And he epclclaimed "0 djimmmnee! promptly. "Not if that bunch is goIng I 424 BROADWAY '
't' t9 caused by frequent rains or by <<; / "
+ '" her in the front ranks of Florida cities .
f,:j: will occupy position heavy fogs. I'll djust go on a djamhoreeu! ,t
.1, b). Let's all continue to work together to bring about these much desired re- Jf a great deal of scabby growth is "LITTLE GAL." ,,"

,r ,'r aults." I shown, and especially if we have the IllS "
________ ._ humid I condt4J8ns described above, "It ain't everybody I'd trust my little .J ,",-
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Z" I;praying will be necessary to protect gal to, said old Farmer Skinner to *
: cFOR I : WHAT DO moulded into such form as best suits I the crop. "*- the love-lorn swain who in the far
,! WE SEND MEN the wish of the person higher up, it The best spray to use is ammoniacal _west had ,become enamored of Miss 4

.; K \, if TO CONGRESS is then high time to see that..such men j=:opper carbonate. This, is made a* Sally Skinners, and wished to carry her Easter .
\ are relegated, to the shades of lIecluj j'ollows.: .' from the loving care and shelter of
*v -**V h0n ottiocrftay -sion- and men with-thecourage, of their thehome nest relates London Tit-
l- a J conf| : 1,'Oi>per 4ca'rbonan. > -_-_-_-_uu T! ouncesVmmoftla. ,
,, bets himself against the president, the convictions selected in their stead to ... 26 degrees____ --__ 3 plnta Bits.
s"I,.' \ natural leader of the party, he should represent the interests of the common. Water _______.-______60 gallon. The "little gal" who was 5 feet 11
,::" ,, Vbe' fordbly'aef;arated from his salary people. Mix the copper carbonate with a title inches high in her bare feet, as she ;
by rthe people/ Jacksonville Metrop- Henry Clay, one of our nation's water so' as to form a paste. Add was at that moment, hid her happy PumpIcid'Oxfords i

,.. f':.f't; Jia, !greatest statesmen, once: said he the ammonia, and when the copper blushing face on the dear, fond old .

,\110,1 'n-.j, We have heard of a great many would rather be right than to be jprellident. is dissolved a deep blue liquid father's shoulder and happy .... ,. ,
l<< ":Statements that seemed to be far- ." That is the kind of men I will be formed. Pour this liquid tears as he said to Sally deeply- ;'['' 1 1'I'
r'f1' reaching in the intent if put into ef- we need today in our slate and na- i into fifty gallons of water. moved and sympathetic young lover, 4 ,
w'. '' feet but this seems to us to aboutBreach tional halls to enact legislation for us, The first spraying should be made "You must take great care of my wee '
t R"t. the limit. Has it come to the and not men who are there to do the j is soon as the flowers begin to fall bircHing Jack; recollect that she's Something New i in Buckles and > ),
( place where every man who Is elected bidding of some shrewd politician of ,exposing the young} fruit; the secondin been raised kind o' tepder like. ,

s ,t.-j'. -*,ta' represent the people at Washington the third house or cater to the wish j two or three weeks after, and the "Two acres a day is all I've asked : Bows for Ladies Pumps in ;
ae senator or congressman must Of the one higher up on the ladderof third I when the blooming is nearly or her to plow, and an acre of corn adi" ,
f j'bow..w the poke or wish'of the president fame. ,quite over, which will probably be 1s all she's used to hoeing. She I /{ :
a'z j, T' We are not living under the reign .about two or three weeks later. A kin' do light work, Such as making rail black, white and tan brilliant *;. *
....This Is said to be a free and an in- of a monarch in this fair land today fourth J spraying is necessary when the fences and digging post-holes, and $
t'i dependent country, and we, as Attierii and never will unless a wonderful fruit are of the size of a pea to an burning brush, and all that, but ain't and dull finish.' < n
"I"'1 'r" i j'cans, boast of the'fact, but if the ban : change comes over the people differ- olive, and if wet weather prevails a used to regularfarm work, and you .
:'!\. 'lof Metropolis is to be placed over ent from what has ever been displayedin fifth and perhaps even a sixth spraying mustn't ask too much of her. It'. t

'. \the member of congress or any !other the past. must be given to entirely protect hard for her old dad to give his little
;V ;person for that matter tot! coerce him +---. the fruit. sunshine up. Hell have to split his
; dictates of the this treatment the trees his Lacers We make no charge for adjust
L ,into obeying the preal- GROWS BETTER EVERY TEAR. During own firewood and dig x>wn
k: f i dent',we had<< ,aa.wefl pull down the must be watched for the appearance now* but go, birdie, and be happy."

':stars lad stripes an*.declare ourselves I.- College Park, Ga., April 1, 1914. >f scale and probably there will be ments.DuttonHarri&. .
no longer a free .and Indepandtntpeopie Mr. W. B. Harris, Kissimmee Fla. needed at least two insecticide sprays.Mothers' REGISTRATION NOTICE.<<; '

''\. but,declare ourselves subservient' Dear Sir: I take pleasure .in mailing Formula No. 3, should be. used Notice is hereby,given that the registration .
f' to the king oa,the.throne.. you a sample copy of the College for this purpose, made as follows books, ,for OsceoUv 'county o ,
'. :'J1 It r.matter not ,what;; may be the, Park Herald trusting that will be Caustic potash fish oil soap "
you in Kissimmee
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\ will be at my"store
I '? of the president the Metrop- interested it: (it H>..) _____.. .-.-;;:i..T C.l1on. opened
".lawi looking over Diamond paraffin oil, II des on March :16th, required bylaw
/.aIa.- fort matter, we are u As you know I am Still reading Tha Satin __...____,___. < gallons and will close' April'' 16h.:
-' f..:and ,, Independent.elltbwill people ,and Kissimmea Valle)' Gssette. and I wantto Water __..__._____Y.1'gallon 12-tt' C", :GRIFFIN, Co '
never. consent: to be,coerced tell you that your paper grows better To mla the.above formula, the,on -- -' Supervisor of Registration.. I .
_t JIaID submission by-any:'party or'pero -, '"l')',7ear, Through its columns: should be cnaduaDYadded to the soap fc i I i y. i ii .
," sop. I. matte..-bow bMia ha may .havedad I keep up,with the progress KissUnnaa while the, mixture i*, beaten. .. brUkJ)'. There\ is.no happy medium with agirU i Shoes' J
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, Published: velT.Friday,By business here :Tuesday, ; .1. : .. ,,)'.hj.:'rv! ...,.1<1..",. ._.'"''..11:or' I ,Qi" { "'. ,': I _" '. '. ."... .' ",.'II \' :<1, '; -. ;! '" .. 1-. '' tPWORTH LEAGUE "
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\ I ton-Harris company with headquar :\\I't"I''I\ ( ';'t (I\"i<<"' !'. "' ::.\ ,/ \ .."f. '.' . . ... ..!0J... I' ;I 'I--j' ::1' .' :;t.: .klt.: JU TT r- -f "' .
+ ters at Lakeland spent the week-end. ':."" ,\ .... "I "lt. t.uil.I,,; '1+' ENTERTAINED AT CHAPTER, ))1\-\

with relatives in this city. ,.: :;.. :''''' ". ,.' f ", ,,; "1'1' -f HOUSE. BY MR.; AND MRS. Ll 1 '
Weather Report 'a ., ". L. U. ZIMMERMAN.. '
1 A fifteen-foot sidewalk has been laid \ to --.";.. .?. Y e'
in front of ) . .f,
the Grayatone Casino --- Th. following'InYitation wait issued
; ? I Following are the daily 'temperatures which is quite an improvement to the '. last week ,
appearance of the new building. by Mr. and Mrs. U U. Zimmerman .,
; t ; 'and precipitation as .KATZ'SPLACE to the members of the Senior

y+f+ reported by- the Government Raymond Larnier representing the .,. ... Epworth League 'U R askt'to# a by'
Campbell distirct on the board of county .' .. GRule party next Friday night at the
station'lit Kissimmee for the commissioners, ]was here Monday '. ream House 7:30.: There will be ,"
week ending April 9, 1914. to attend the meeting of the board. Far Easter a Ilia, singin'speakin and -
Shopping lots of fun. The girls' are askt to, ,
: Mex.Mln.RainFriday Matter of extreme importance will bring their lunch baskets with, enuf ,

____n_ 86 65 ___ be discussed at the board of trade I --c.;" ..... for themselves and their brothers. The '
Saturday uu_ 78 61 .__ meeting Monday night, and it i is hoped -- r boys are akt to bring fruwenuffor, '5''
the full membership be themselves "
will
present. and their little i sisters.
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Sunday 80 64 ?
..J .Monday nn, .82. _64. ,.21 h H. C. Miller, traveling representative Genuine Palm Beach 'Suits Dress as children.After '
----- _---.. _..__. the program was carried out< oi.
Tuesday ______ 86 63 n of the Florida Metropolis7 spent ., _-_. very succeaalu1ly.deUcious Ice tea .....,1:

3" i Wednesday ____ 88 63 __" i copies Thursday othe in Kissimmee distributing '" served by Mr*. Zimmerman and the:

'-'''"''1'i' i Thursday ._..- 81 62 --- t t.OOOOOOOO..OOOOOOO paper and soliciting subscribers j- For Men lunch Those basket present and were fruit were Misses opened.7:: Cecelia; #"" )0 ;' tOverstreet

4'06Q4. By all means don't forget that the Ruth Clark, Helen Jones,;;\; \ 1 t
Parah Clark :"'
board EllaMae-Gilbert. Matt
0' ..__ .._ of trade meets on Monday night '
and matters of utmost importance will '
I I IH be discussed, therefore your presence Straws---Hats---Str ; .
is earnestly desired. Gladys Short, .'
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Rutherford Mrs Zimmerman, Melssri.\ ** : 'it s'

t THE LOCAL HELD. No doubt more attention has been . tp I Paul' Marks, Earl Cowager. Earl Mor-r-\ : ?. ('$:

given during the present week to the - -. ... row Harper Casler, George Parson t- .,.
Sunday frock and Easter bonnet than '+. U. Zimmerman: Clyde Busza and .fc*< i
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; IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIW. there has to the Sunday school lesson Rev. G. W. Lawler -srt 11". ro
i by many of our churchgoers Come and see the new materialsin _. ," .. '
many .
H. Bfokaw, with Gritting Brothers r q

,F'' the tree people. ... 40-tf meyers Misses and Mary Alma Burkham Tramjnell, Anna, Nee-and our Dress Goods Department. Our lineis ENJOYABLE: DAY' ..r : -

Board of trade meeting Monday Messrs. Ed C. Roberts, Charles Cain AT OLIVER'S' ISLAND 1---t
night. and Bill Burkham were guests at the Bigger ,and Better than ever. i ;:.r, F-. .
San Juan at Orlando 1.'NINTII .
that' Sunday. \
Do not forget the board of '" .. '.
I. GRADE OF HIGH SCHOOL
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trade meets Monday night. W. J. Sears, who is seeking to represent Don't forget'the' Ready-to-*Wear D. ENTERTAINS TENTH GRADE ''_ ':
partment.S'econd .
11. D. Geiger spent the week-end the district in the next national AT A PICNIC ', k '
with relatives at Apopka. congress with a good! opportunity of, floor. ;
success, spent Monday in DeLand ;
. 1 The ninth grade of the Osee.la'hig"; :
looking after his 1 .
Sheriff Ingram spent Tuesday transacting political fence. t school entertained the tenth grade \ '. ,
Sanford.
business at
I Attend the meeting at the Chapter with a picnic to Oliver's.. Island Satur" I,.'L'; c

J. W. Crosby represented the busi House next Tuesday night and show day. ).. ;. R
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Dens) life of Tampa hg.re yesterday that you are the friend of the innocent The day was spent rowing on th.I. T ;
I ) birds that are put here for man' Katz lake and strollin" OIe .the islantK-Mr.. /
Mrs J."L:. Overstreet left yesterday Oliver generously his .< '
: pleasure instead of man's slaughter. very opened orange -_" ; .
for a brief visit to relatives at Cairo, and grapefruit grove to the. par;, : , _
Ca I Andre Van der Meersch left on the ty, who enjoyed the fruit ivery much. '
imidmght train Tuesday for Miami, Kissimmee The boats left the dock at 8 I a. m. I
Russell Cole, after an absence 01\{)via Jacksonville Mr Van der Meersch j and returned again at 6 p. m. Those i'--
several weeks, returned to the I will return Saturday, and on the 16th who enjoyedHhe day were Misses Ruby r:.-:

Sunday. will leave for a brief business trip to -_. -- . --- Prevail Rose. O'Berry, Ethel Lee . '
- New York. :Mattie'Belle Harris; Lnnan-Prenll*, ".
wife and
c. I> Carrall son, of
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Ednt Schiveilcart, Violet. Bulleeh.. + ; "
,i roossee spent Monday with Nal'-j i Mrs A. B Aultman Mrs. R. D Cance Fields, Erma Lowry, Blanche .- i
this city. Porter Mrs. S. L Mrs. L. C. -
l.upfer -.
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Ingram, Ethel Robe r son, Amy Makin. 't
Smith Mrs. W. W. Carson and Rev ; ; lc
Say, wasn't that a fine.looking bunchof A. J. Holt Kissimmee'' son, Lois Johnson, Edna Calkin, Net- v : ',
1 boys that asesmbled here represented' tie Newton, Thelma Dann. Beula Al- J
press I .
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the convention of the Eastern
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Wednesday ? Sanford this week. i - ==-= = ---- --- vey, Ollie Cason, Elsie Diet, Glad1JCaaler

Abner J. Wright of Bassenger Was Gardner Brothers have secure the INMfNT'I Dollie Alford Messrs. Arthur- ., '. '
,1 R. C. Hallock of Orlando, the man Mr. and Mrs Daniel Kelly leave to- I among the prominent out-of-town Princess Players as a special attraction fNTfRT Farrel' Will Mason Tiller. Frank Calt t':.. ', ;
"t 8 who sells insecticides, was in Kissim- morrow for West Palm Beach, where men here this week. Mr. Wright has for the Pastime theater and the kins Roscoe Dann. Frank O'Berry j i.t :

riles Tuesday. they will reside in future. They"are but recently been elected a member theater-goers will be treated to some AT HIGH SCHOOLFOR Roy Prentis, Prator Gilbert, Jameiti'rOliver ;.

t /: A. Blackman the Ashton turpentine agents for the Singer sewing: machine, | of the Osceola runty democratic executive clean chaste, attractions by attending Ernest Oliver Tony Regero, ,,
i Henry Edwards Nat Carson.
and consider this transfer in the : fi'3
na committee, and was here these performances. The
business getting management '
operator, was transacting Miss Gladys Miss Cook and '. )r
here Tuesday ture of a promotion.The I pointers: as to the duties of his of this popular play house have BENEFIT OF ATHLETIC AS- Short ;
Mrs. Edwards chaperoned the crowd. -,, j
office. always prided themselves, in ; '
the bust- Will Bryan Chapter (of the U. |I securing SOCIATION AT AUDITORIUM .' .. .,
John Baisden represented nothing but the very best for their : .
,) peas life of the new town of Kenans- D. C. will meet at the home of Mrs County Judge Murphy this week issued *I patrons and this is no exception to the THURSDAY NIGHT. '
C. A. Carson afternoon i FIELD DAY EXERCISES -'
villa here this week. on Wednesday I a marriage license to Sylvester rule. ) i
15th 3 30 o'clock. A full attendance I
April at : S. Squires and Miss Maude E. Kinney, Last night, at the auditorium of the
Fresh shrimp, oysters and claimsat is desired, as some important both of St. Cloud. Mr. Squires i. as- Mrs. F. L. Bearman and Mrs. L. H. Osceola high school in this city the AT HIGH SCHOOL( () : I '
will be Cahoon entertained the Talent Tea '
matters ,
Broadway Fish Market. Phone discussed.; isstant cashier of the bank at St. Cloud student body rendered a well arranged I '_ ,
270.L. L. J. CORNEY. 17-lt last Friday afternoon at the beautiful program to the entire satisfactionof :
and Miss Kinney is one of the most
Arthur Green representing the An- in : ; '
and ladies home of Mrs. C hoon. A vocal duet the large audience of friends and The field day ezerclaes'engaQ.d i r ;
charming
F. H. Lawson is spending a few tietam Paper company, with head- of that accomplished young rendered by Mrs. Lane Poulk and Mrs. patrons of the school who were pre.' last Friday.afternoon by the student
city.
days at Port Orange, a delightful resort quarters at Jacksonville, was in the F. R Gilbert and Rev. G. W. Lawier ent. body of the city high school Attracted

on the east coast city this week calling on the trade and gave a talk on misisont, both were enJoyed The entertainment quite of spectator"**who-r .z..
Oliver Bass member of the boardof was gotten "
was an interested spectator at the by all A silver offerIng up enjoyed .,
present. for the benefit heartily the
of the sport throughout,
.:&. R. Fields the Loughman live Lake editors' convention. countycommissioners! from Whittier i athletic associa "
Region of five dollars .
taken for missions tion while
was which has been young people who"participated
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waahere this week attendance organized in connection thett .
attend- .
wire was in the city yesterday I
atter'whicb ice tea and cake hha .seemed
with the v. uettoge sports 1'
school and the
ing to business matters.Dr. One oZ the 'ady visitors to the or upon the re ar-monthly meeting of proceeds
were, served. t quite bit of amusement
will be a
used a*
toward
that body. Mr. Bass says that he will defraying
: of the Lake Press association
ganization
I M. M. Stewart, representing the here this week had 'the misfortune not be a candidate for re-election, but George E. White and wife left Wednesday the necessary expense. of.said organ w.ll'as plenty' of wholesome. 'exercie.\.* t
,. J Hotel Register company of Dubuque to lose a handsome mesh bag. that his place would be filled by a for their summer home.at 418 ization.' out of the event. > .
Iowa, is here this week. The finder will please bring it to this good man ,in the person of Riley God Twentieth street, Marion,. Jnd. after The young people who participated The fololwing i* ,the. list of. ,priM* "",..
In rendering the all their winners. in the !contest:' : t'et" :
office that it may be returned to the win. spending the winter here. 'They ex program did! !:t .
The Civic'League will meet in regular pressed themselves as being delighted various tasks with credit' to them Violet Bulloch--Shot-put-.travelera '
'1'1!: session next Tuesday April 14th,, I owner. A meeting of bird lovers will be held with Kissimmee and ordered the Val- selves and delighted their hearers. race. '.

at S p. ..., at the.Chapter House. D. G. McKay who has been on an at the Chapter House on Tuesday ley Gazette to follow them to their The following the-program'a it Elsa Dlet.lIobble.r.ee..L. : .- L.. *.-. '. is.
extended trip trough the north and night next for the purpose of organizing northern home, and intend to come was arranged and carried out Lois Johnson, Violet Bullock Matti. -
: E. O. Garland, manager of the Ki.- west, returned here last week and says a local branch of the Audubon so again next, falV as they say this state 1. Orchestra. Belle Harris-Relay race, first team., t.
immee Furniture spent ciety. All friends of the birds are requested 2. "The Sheldon Johnson Charlie RegeroThreelegged .
company that at every place he visited he found is far ahead of California or any other Conquered Banner"-Jame*
Sunday with friends at Lakeland.A. numbers of people attempting to sell to be present, as it is desiredto place they have spent their winters. Oliver. race .., t % 5
their property that they might come start the organization off' with as 3. "Dolly Go"-Dollie Alford. Dick Bulloch-Bicycle race.: ..
E. Drought, St. Cloud's live wire to Florida.J. large a membership as potslble. I i F. W, Stalker, founder of the Os- 4. Quartette-Marie Boyd. Ethel Lee, Capt. Alice. Johnson's team=.TugViolet .'. : I s
,ceola Journal but who for the I II Rose i
insurance and real estate agent, was past O'Berry Laura Thomas.
transacting business here Monday.A G. Snyder of Narcoossee was in Willis Chandler, member of tbe1 I year has made his home in Aldhoma : 5 "Making Him Feel at Home" Bulloch. winner of girls' "all ;
town Wednesday and paid this officea school board from Bassenger district, arrived here last Sunday, and wilt I Lois Johnson. around athletic prifie." ,
cplendid rainfall visited this sec- pleasant call. He is the owner of was here this week to attend the regular -I again be numbered among our per 6. "Going of the White Swan"-: Mil Edward Newton winner of boya'.
tion last night' which was very refreshing : one of the fine groves around] Narcos- meeting of the board, and remained 'jnanent residents. Mrs. Stalker, who I dred Anderson. "all around athletic medal." sWill

to all kinds of growing vegetation. see and enjoys the Florida sunshine over to aid our Kissimmee peoplein reached the city three weeks in advance 7, "Where Ignorance is Blisll"-Amy Mason :Tiller-Running high
much better than the bleak winters!' of entertaining the Lake Region Press of Mr. Stalker has not enjoyedher Makinson. jump, shot-put and running broad, .
The banks and.p"ostoffice are closed I his home state of Ohio. asosciation, which was organized Wed- stay in Alabama and that fact was 8. Orchestra. jump. .1 ,4''
here today as an observance of Good nesday. Mr Chandler will without the cause in a large/!: measure of their 9. "By Courier"-Laura Thomas. Edward Newton-Fifty-yard, 100-.. ",
Friday, it being legal holiday in this I Sid Pearce and W. P. Underhill, two doubt succeed himself at the coming returning here. Mr. Stalker has not W Hfov the LaRue Stakes Were yard and 200-yard dashes. '." ,,,_
state. of Osceola county's prominent cattlemen election. decided in Ernest Oliver dash and' 't t.;;
as yet what business he will Lost"-Myrtis Langstoir -440-yard {. i s'
a .. headquarters at Bas _. . .v ,t
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enger. half mile- '
engage M. "PI)ur to "MIs Belle's _mn. yo - -- I Q
1 Mrs. M. J. Jefferson, from Charleston spent the forepart of the week herein Mrs. J. M. Wilson Jr, :and Mrs. ancBlanch Appear- Nathan Bryan--.:.Standing lroad .
S. C. came Friday to visit her attendance before the board of coun- W. B. Makinsop will be in charge of The senior class of the Osceola high 12. "'!'he--' Bear Jngram.. < jump. i" '. <"' ,
mother Mrs. M. Li Braeaker of this ty commissioners, which was in reg-. the program to be given at the Chap school enjoyed} a launch ride to Oliv loch. StoryViolet Bul- :'. .;:;. 1 $.

I city. ular monthly session Monday. ter House next Tuesday nfght, and er's island Friday night by Moonlight.A 13 Violin solo \
these ladles desire it understood that I big bonfire was; built on the island 14. -Toney Regero. LIBRARY : JecU
k M. D. Tindall. a prominent resident County Commissioner Frank Walker the usual custom of charging an admission and some marshmallows were toasted. Orchestra. NOTES :e : .
of Ashton settlement, waif in the city was in the city this week to be present fee will not prevail on that Those who enjoyed the evening were a

i" Monday attending to private business at the regular monthly meeting of night, and that the entertainment wille Misses Lucy Witherspoon, Alys John- GENEVA. BOOSTERS OUT Kissimmee library has been i .+ '
matter the board. Mr. Walker will again seek free, which fact should be the means son, Myrtis Langston.Elanor Mosley. i FOR GOOD ROADS b of books aur"mented this ,
fruit to represent his district on the boardof of bringing out a large number. Laura Thomas, Alice Stute, MildredAnderson week, as- follows new ,; ; G
Mernice Tindall, a prominent county governors, and there is no Edna Schweikart. Nellie Geneva, Fla., April 7.-A party of "Diane : '.. '
grower and farmer of the Narcoessee question but what he will be elected. Julian Montsdoca of Whittier, who Calkins, Messrs. Edward Newton, ten road boosters from Geneva visited Dalrymple."Laddie"of. the Green Van"-Leoa.. 'L $qe1
' H section, was transacting business here had the misfortune. a few weeks ago Nathan Bryan Clyde Nelson Harris Orlando on Monday, and remained for '. y,'
aturday. 1 In this issue will be found the an to shoot himself through the hand Downing Carson Farmer Harold the meeting of the Orlando Board of The -Gene Stratton Porter;/ r ot,Bodi

yid C. Bruns of the Narcooisee nouncement of N. C. Bryan's candii with an automatic was here this Buzza. Mrs. Earl Lupfer chaperonedthe Trade.: The Orlando organization en- Way Uome"-B.sn King. V r r
W. president I that "Beautiful Joe" Marshall .
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Saunder
week, and stated his wound dorsed the of .- ,
Farm and Townsite dacy for the legislature. Mr. Bryan was party. project a road to the q
company! *
i to has lived here for and is getting along as well aa could be ex- coast and voted a subscription of $600
days' trip many years '
left Wednesday on a ten manager of the Waters &: Carson'Gro- pected!, and If no unforeseen trouble T., C. George and J. D. Sneeinger to assist in the good work and appointed "Black BeautY"-Anna Sewall. ti
Cincinnati He acceptably arose the hand would be practically and family left last night for Hurley, a committee, with Mr. Frees "Penelope'* Progress"-Kate Dotiff- ., -. ,
cery company. very .
t 4 Ed M. Gross of Orlando, representing filled the office of mayor of Kissimmee as good as new in another month.F. New guars i o. 'After spending about .. chairman to co-operate with the las"Penelope'Wiggin. ' t d

the E. O. Painter Fertilizer company for a term of one year. four in Osceola county Mr. Geneva committee, and the committee Kate Irish Experiences". ., .. Pro
- 4 was In the city Tuesday calling M. Baldwin and wife, who have George accompanies his daughter, reoenUy appointed by the Kissimmee Douglas Wiggins .
'.. on the trade. William Helms. Mrs. Christina spent four tourist seasons in Klssinv Mrs. Sneeingen to her home wherehe Board of Trade. "Pf fott of S.skatchen"-Har-I. .\. 11
Mock and Mrs. Josie Alexander of St. mee, left' Wednesday morning for will receive care and attention at The party from Geneva consisted of old BindlMs. ', .",''
' A. Deifendorff and son, j. E., of St. Cloud were callers at the 8. A. Bogue their summer .home in Litchfield, 111. her hands. He I Is an old soldier and [ C. A. Raulerson, D. W. Adams M J. "The Friendly. Road"--David. <2ray-. Ott
i CloiM were in Kissimmee last Satur- home last Thursday. Mrs. Mock is Before going away Mr. Baldwin call- Is Buffering from an old gunshot F. Allison, M. E. Dooley bonald son. ,
transacting business and mingling a lady of eighty-eight years, and en- ed at the Valley Gazette office and wound received at Petersburg, Va., in Whitcomb, L. M. RehMnder, Frank "The Promised Land Mary Anf4a '
oI with our people. joyed seeing: the sights in Kissimmee, ,ordered the paper sent to his Litch- June, 1864, when he was shot throughthe Sutton and J. P. Musselwhite. The rules of the library have lately ;,' C
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.. and all were well pleased with our field address during his absence from left shoulder and also through the been revised and new membership t' '
f Next Sunday will be Easter, and all beautiful city. here and said he fully expects to return jw. He stated that he likes Florida EPISCOPAL CHURCH.. cards containing same issued to, all ' tt
V the latest display in millinery and here again to spend next winter. better" than. anywhere he has ever liv- members. Also the librarian Miss
r Hew frocks will be on exhibition at Judge Lilly returned the first part ed and would not leave except to be next ia Easter Day, the Brainerd, hu placed in- the library the '
t the various churches of the week from a visit of several with his daughter, who cares for him Sunday Festivals, without which"allour latest and best card filing system for
days in Apopka, where he enjoyed an I H 11 I I I I I1 I I 11 I I I I I I I 11 but added that they will all be back: faith is vain." Services will be as recording the loan of books.. 1
K: L. A. Steffee, traveling represenU- outing fishing in Lake Apopka. He next fall. follows First ,
t .five of the Tampa Times, if In the reports good luck and a most delightful 7:30: Vespers Saturday nightat REAL.- STATE SALES i
I* T city this weelc In the interest of that visit, and says he would like to the. West Palm Beach Post of the p. m. Holy Communion Sunday MADE DURING THE WEEK '
Fresh Milk at: 7)80 .
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a. m. Sunday Celebrationof
I excellent newspaper. invest in real estate there aa it is the 4th contained an article describing a the : "
t cheapest he has found game of baseball that was played in Holy Eucharist and sermon at Art.hur'E. eDonBg&n baa\ purchased t -. "'
| Fred Bass, -wife and daughter, of where. property any that city between the local club and 10:30. No evening service, aa ,the the building ,and lot known, a* the Inn _...' '
I: 7llartow, are spending a few day with Delivered at YOUR Door : the club from Fellsmere wherein the priest goes to St. Cloud. and which ha 'been used aa a part of '," J, )
W Mr. and Bra. R./'T. Butler at their MIL Jas. H. Holand and son. James name of Bullock plays a conspicuouspart Attention is called to the fact that the )' .apartments, from Mr.' T I we;J

; |P home. on ;Vernon street. Jr., who, have been spending the winter EVERY DAY : ,he being left fielder for the Fella- according to Church role every'Communicant Tbnrnan and wUTimmediatoly put.thewf _"-,I . '
here,'the guest. of Mr. and Mrs: Josh mere' crowd.1 Bullock is described asa I..to Communicate at Eastejr* pro.Jle ''infirstda.s, '"' . l' '"" *' ?
the Dixie ; *
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t, ,fit>,,' Taro Tuesday manager at of Sanford in Ferguson at,St. Cloud, paaesd through I.Oc a Quart \ \ fourteen-carat player, and to his Gifts of candles, not plants and flow- &.. Ward has boughtaccttagw1<<: .,; ";.
i theater spent the dty Monday en route to their good success of his era to decorate the altar and, church and two Iota : ''Y, J'r...
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pn .the annual meeting work mu
attendance upon. thethe are asked for and should be Over "', '
home at Henderson. Ky. Mrs.: Roland side is due Bul at the George W has,sold. hi* ale
|"a.ot, Braving picture people.Sbi \ expressed great pleasure' ,from bel'my Phone 225-W lock ia a Klsaimmee product, being church: before..3 p. m. Saturday. orange grove on Shingle ereefc. !All, i f ..

;'t. ThVWethodisVSundar Mfcool h**1 aC at the Woader City, and said that oar own' Stanley,Bullock, son of Mr. ? W. IL- a. Priest.BUTTEBJCK theM aale. are reported being made,. ;:$3:

f C< splsndid, Easter program which will never again,'would she willingly live and Mrs. S. H. Bullock and we are all PATTERNS " through the....H..-G.. Siever Real. Estate-..,' dr;
f ,be presented at the' regular .Sunday in Kentucky during the"winter and I ?.. E. ;;D.WRRflLr 7 i Clad h. 1*Snaking M.good as a base < PRICK. AT.HALF'.' Agency.' : ...I.. "'* ..,,,1 i: :.b_i i
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g, '-ol hoar e:45 Sunday morninrAll.S. that she weald certainly.returnherebefore .. ; iwUplayttr.aahe.baa .* an attache of ( ...:,;...--..-' ', : A model'I.. ;' ;.> .
.a 4,and especially._the peentaare: Inyited the mow, .,began to fly,, in the 'Prl- "' the'Pnllfmere company,In the capac ** ]!t&tlem'\-7Y1e'r10c'patteu.' '- i\,> i apololtWngstaPhiIiG: <' ...' ( >.. , ,.:
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penda all his
f ..to attend:. .. ., '- mountains,of,the,Blue,Grass state{i n 1111 itiMiiiii y. ity.of..bookkeeper. i.>..'..1',; \,. -': ; em sale at Ft H.: Lawton'a... .. Uqe time 'el to .
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.'Y' .'. \';"; /Io* -rrrr&& "4 TT' I : 1 ... ortrrLzcATie' .. . ; NOTICE.- laws until the first annualnvacUnc'of/
'I i : .Notice I. hereby given that on Monday the stockholder I, .,
\' 1: \. 11'b7.lcIa .a1ld Proceedings ,.of( .. T..' I>..'< Vsi;;r olcctloaui .T4 ..* ,April 20th 1114, the. undersignedWile Article 1*. r ? I
TliFAverage ........ Tbe and residence' of. tn*
',, BlIrceon O76, Uesieral .< '<" apply to the governor of Florida name
... ., I these article (of Incorporation
'.'' > t ri ri f ? for letter. patent upon the proposed subscribers to
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of
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charter,' of which- the following a
.. .; tar Klssimm: ;.. ----eSchoolBoard!! Nolle I* hereby gIven that Mr.. p. I true copy the original of said charter shares of the capital stock subscribed
. : II. Bruna, purchaser of tax certificate' belnr now om'flle In the secretary of by -each, set opposite their names,..arc,
4k24$ ,l'1ori4t I No. *14. dated the 3d -day'ot July. -A tale1* office at Tallahassee, Florida: a. followa: 5 1'
1>. 101. ha* filed saId certlncate In roy J. C. LEDBBTTER. J. C. l d'bettifvKlsslmmeJtn.Kuna .
- .'" Klstlrriinee. Fla.- April 7, 114. office and h.. made application for tax EDNA Ii'. LEDBE1TER.; F. Lttdb tter. Klsslmmee ITS.c ,
; $I"" 2.. TKo Board of.Public-$ Instruction met deed to Issue In acoordance-wlth law. C. W. BIXJUNT. V\r. Bleunt. Klssltnmee. fcve. .
<\ .DR. ..JWv !SIMPSONDKNTIMT. In renrular session, there belnr present Said certificate embrace the following In wltne, ** whereof we hive 'here--
George W Overstreet and W. w. Chan described property' situated In Oaceolaoountjr.Florldai. unto spf our hand and. seals',,thIs 37th..
: .
)J if.;;. : '" < dler. O.o. W. Overstre Was made to-wit. : ( iioposicnof CHARTER day ,ol February, A. D. 1914. \
,." chairman pro torn. W. I-. Hear/ auper Lot number 47. sectIon 20. township the- .. C. LEDBETTER (Seal
_ 1ntndent. 15 south, range 31 east, aooordln to OSCKOUA! L.17MBBH A IS II FVIlt1L'MECoMlAy. ;
L..JDBE'lTER(8e8ol
Upstairs in K>1* Building.f Minutes ofVaJt'reJula? m net hi* were th* plat of .Narcoossee on file In..the : EUNA BLOUNT.F. \' (Baal)

'; t" a..m. 1.0 U rid and approved. I office of the clerk of the circuit court. .......-- C. W.
> prricR'Houa .3Q5.fl m''Telephone : Klsslmmee, Fla. April 1914. The aald lot beIng assessed at the date /
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'I' H T. .u treasurer, re- of Issuance of said certifIcate In the The understated do hereby assootktn State of Florida. County orOsceila-s.
_ No. 76 Jun 6. l rTR. ManBacksUp -- IX -I''at ii* ()fjw."unty I ITJJ I name of unkrtown. UIII..*. aald certificate themselvea together for tho purpose of On this 19th day of ;March. A. D. 1914..
_ ,. _' _. City : I Hunnrabli-- Hoard ofi I Public In'l shall be Redeemed accordlna to becoming Incorporated under \Vhe law before me. a notary public In and for
v-
of
a -- -1 Ktrurtlon In nn l for Osceela : law. tax deed will Issun thereon on the Florida a. a corporation for profit the state of Florida at large personally
-, _, W. W. CARSON I ,ii<'ri-wllh( I ti-i., ,!''r my report as treasiinr 27th day of April, An.. 1914. to be known as the Qsceola Duinher and. appeared J. C. Ledbetter Euna F. Led.,
I or Osi'i-oln. ,,unl I'" for the month ,. Witness my hand and official seal at Furniture company subject to the lawsof better and C. \V. Blount well known tome
:_ DENTIST.J1 of Mnr.li A I > I DM Hlsslmmoe( Clty__,Klorlda. this 27th day Florida and the following; proposed.charter and known to l>o the person who
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_t :/ tirnfrnl' .........1 "'ui..t.T" of MiM-ch. A. H, 1914. \1.. 'signed the foregoing j>r<>po.ed charterof
; liHliiii'iIrotn' I last rrort| ,$ .42 .f' J. I... OVERSTREET. AriSe).. 1. the Osceohi. Lumber and .Furniture
J1 Office over Cole's Jewelry Store! Toinniinl ..Iv..d from (Official) Clerk Circuit Court. The name of the corporation shall lie company and who. after being duly
.a i .iNuil Mo\ lt.'aia'mpt 18.77. I ( Heal.' ) Oaceola County Osceola... Lumber and Furniture company sworn inch deposes and says that they
: J! Offic.- Jtour : 8-12:!, l": 6 |I".r K.-ilnipl. .IS 21 .___. .. 41.91 I 14-) H Florida. IIt'.11a: 'principal place: of business signed the foregoing- proposed charter
:i Office phone 168 T" ;jiinoiitil. rin .'!viMl (rom \Vf 4n KlBslmmee, Oaceolacounty of the Osceola'. Lumber and Furniture
t Residence. 23 f :""IIT" K.ili"f hooks. __ '. J7. (HI NOTITK OK APPLICATION Ij'lorlla but the board of directors -' company. (or thy usv" and purposes
.. 4 r., .aittiMjnl" I I i.rplvi.rt from may establish branch offices atother therein t.xpressed.liven . "
9.4 S Gaa administered for extraction of teeth .' I .-i.il.Hank |..on. I.1.GDO; loan K..r TMX' Herd r--.u.... ST4 ..d plares"from time to time as. may ( under my hand and official sealthis
CHIzi-nH bank. J2.KOO __. .__ 8.00000 ,I BTtt, Ucsurral Nt........ of the be desired: 19lh day of March. A. I). 1914.
N ; T.< :iin", iunl r"-"-,'Ived (rom poll N.'e of Florida. Article :L (Oi'nll. HUTU THOMAS.

S. GEIGER When it to buying- piece of ''a. 1 M12 110 18.1S. $72_. __ 8200 I Tho general of the bushioKM Notary Public State at Large.My .
/_ DR.- PHYSICIAN AND OctQBON come% 1 'j'n alno"1 I nui-IVed from taxi I Notice. Is hereby given that 311'''. K, to I" transacted natur.by aald corporation "OI11I11I. Ion expires April 11, 1917.

that ha- /Iwen sadly jicjflecl- : i .il!. ala t xes - - 1.780 I II. HrunH.. purchaser of tax certificate shall be tho owning and opurallnK of LEWIS iJ'imXAN.
_ Citizens Bank Building property : 7VO dated the 5th day of July. A. Attorney Tor Incorpoiatvr
saw mills! and novelty works manufacturing -
Kiailmmee', Florida ed. To perSonal l kno\vl<- _ my ,. ... .
.I' i I'' .1 I "' ntM HH 1'" lint 7 557 47 t 11':0 and .iI. made nppllcfltlnn for of houses and other structuresof .

". Phones: Office 297' or 64 are numerousalual.lo properties ;' t214 84 I I <)i'Said.Ml to certificate Issue. accordance einlira.ce, the with following !- any kind ; and the manufacturing.buylnK. : I Loviriff-kindness is greater than all

) JResldence 265. 14rlyr close to Klssiramec which the owners '.ublrko. I>l...rlr< W... 1.i.ilanri. I described'property( situated lnOsceoln all kinds. ttelllnc.of materials"' and dealing suitable In therefor any and; laws; and the charities of lte Ire
Tn from last repnrt,31,296,22 county Florida towltLot than all ceremonies. *
more ,!
to otherwise
for various reasons would like to sell, T.,. amount rerelvi' l from 'I I number 28. section 20. lown.tilp or acquire hold, tu';,';. "v..o exchange, lease own,
'onf" Nov H>d $1.88 25 south range 31 east'according to
"mpt :
pMR1VERS. M. D. favorably consid- I.. i Iti-.lmpt. $ic 45 ____ 137Ht I the plat of Narcoosaee.on file In theLa.411p mortgage dispose of. trade and. deal In Nothing has ever been achieved by
been
.... ; : that have not ..aaa.'a'a t r.r.1.....I 'r'-n- I..ja- ,, or th. eliirlc, of th.I.I. ,-ultcu1ITt7'Th. aaXta-or other property pu.u..tor aTviaualriiBn h except"that which-11e-

PHYSICIAN and SURGEON red simply because they had been so "''#_ij.j.-r t:,,rp.. .1 __ ._"2.44 I I II I I of ..issuance said lot being of said. assessed certificate at the in date thename improve mixed and; to develop survey, sub-divide for purpose plat of believed possible to himself.

Office' over Onceola Pharmacy much neglected that the prospective II I BS2 44 I of Ueo. W. Washington. UnlessBHld sale things or otherwise needful for and the do development and performall 1 .
lt\ IaZI1 warrant'* an PIT htit 47.90H certificate shall be. redeemed ac -
and of the
i PHONICS' I R8sldence 5:1: }become discomfited corilhiK to law. tax deed will Issue improvement. management" otOOOO >O'"o+
has irponmnviilerinir
for residence, trade business
buyer same or
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: r Office 1' ) lmHia.ac' ._. $L504.1i'- Ha.reeim. o n tliej7thday! Of April AE>. to conduct M general real estate urbrokerage I -'
the amount of Work entailed Hnh-Orknol m..rlrt Mo. :2. I 1511'.
business to act ,
a* agenl.brok..r h
To halHfir.' from I lint rpport 10445 I Witness my hand and official' seal at ;
or Attorney-ln-fact for any person C f. ThrasherSheet
:: in making I the place presentable To Hlnount r i-i'olx' '',1 from tax: Klsslmmuf City. "Florida this 27th day flrm or corporation In buying sell
W.L. WINN I'olli'Ct'it tIt M... 20.41 of March A. D. 1914. ing pledging a.n4 dealing In real estate
.1. Lv
I --- OVEHSTREBT. and pirsouu4 property or Its accessories -

I .. PHYSICIAN \ paid watntnrn. R""r. lint $124 55.00 SHll ((OfflclaJ Heal. )) Clerk Osceola Circuit Court County conduct., to establish shingle construct mills saw operateand mills.dredging . Metal Worker

L. ------- .. 14-41 .
Hy liHlnni- 69! 565.hcbaial FJorloa.KOTICH .
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and and
draining plapts
,4'I Office 2nd Floor Willson Building; .'O, l>l>.rlrl \... :t. and to manufacture and, deal systems In
.... > K I II..OK-J: Tn bnlani1!' from last' ri-port $ 34948 OK APPLICATION ;
.... .e. PHoNE < > lumber cross-ties and .naval store of
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L Orrtos ProNe U7. VtjOUUA I am aware of the fact that very To amount r..r..I.l from tam xcoliaetpr all kinds, to do any and all other acts. Steel Ceilings a Specialty
( (nxi-. 26.74 For Tax" l>eed I'Bder MeetloBK S74e aad and things; to exercise any and all other -
ninny properties have been allowedto -- I nra, <; .er.l ,fHmtatof the which be expedient
or
power may

: ..I .. A. VANl ..ON...T ... s.caAwroat.AGNEW fall into a condition of disreputefor It) paid warra Ms .,. p-r list . S70.22 162.00( State .f Florida.Notice addition convenient to In the connection business. or with businesses and .In 401 Street
-- Is hereby (given that :Mrs. FH. Clay
VANS 4 CRAWFORD no other reason than that the owners B)- h lini-i- .. . . . -I 20S.1Z I Brun., purchaser of tax certlllcatvNo. heretofore specified.
.....-".....01 l>l .trlc-t >o. 4. I MOO dated the 5th day of July, A. Article 3.
AT1CRlo.E'H.AT.LAW live far away have been sick and To halancifrom lant I"p"rl .H.093.79 V. 1899. has filed said certificate In my This corporation shall exist perpetually llimalee, Fla.OOOOOOOOOOtO .
office and 'has made application for tax or until dissolved according to law.
; unable to keep with the requirements 11.17972 I deed to Issue In accordance with law. Article
up
; tOOto.oo
lOffloesi; 5-1 Cltlient lUnK HuUrllHgttisalmmee I The amount of capital stock of this
D-4 B\ paid w.trrant" .1 p"r lint, \ IP6.00 Kald certificate embrace the following
__ (Florida or arc somewhat disinterested -- I described I property situated In O.ceola corporation lit.000) : shall be fifteen: thousand
; 19H472 count Florida to-wlt ( dollars, to be divided Into
because of their interests in otharlines "uh-"o..1 IPIrSat "'... 5.Ta. Lot number 31. section 20. township one hundred and fifty shares of
._ _4. 10..1........ (r..... 1..1 r.'p.orl ._ 2&.71 ,,25 .south range 31 __according to the par. value of one hundred $10000)
E>, GEIGER. of endeavo'r.Newcomers ... ..., :; the of Narcoossee. file In the dollar. each. Any stotrfc- not subscribed
m =: ::: !, TII ftmnint re (" j from 'It" plat on
....U.-.'t..r <....**. I 4t ; office of the clerk of the circuit court. f..r shall t- Mold by the directors from. fliT
The said lot beIng assessed. at the date time. to time a. the same may be he..d.ed. : B 11011 B grr
13612 of Issuance of said certIficate In the The capital stock may be paid for
ATTORNEY.AT-LAW Vah-Vrbnol nixfrlot "'... A. name of unknown. Unless said certificate In property 'labor or services, at a Jutvaluation
to be fixed by the Incorporators
To balancifrom I .at import( .1 12.86 shall be redeemed according tolaw.
Office State Bank Building to Florida and the rushis To amount ro.ft\.il( fn>m tax tax deed will Issue thereon on the I or by the directors at a meeting
called for that purpose. Fire Life Heahk tad Accideat
.
S KiaHimmee. Flonda rollrctitr ta x'aa ,4892 I 27th day of April. A. 1> 1914. I ArticleS.The ,
Witness hand and official. seal at
4' locate my
commencing going to .
just are business affairs of this corporation
IH1.7SHH KlBslmmee City Florida this 27th day I
shall be conducted board of
where there is the greatest in- R> pnul. .. i,rr..nl" pi'r list .60.00 'of March A. P. 1914 directors of not less than by a three or INSURANCESuccessor
F. PARKER. -- .1. L. OVERRTRfiET.'I :
than member
QEQ. more seven
dication of thrift and a delight in By IaaIar'a'.s 1.78 (Official Clerk Circuit Court.
I Artlele a.
a S. I. I.PI'KKR. ( Seal. ) OceanIa County.
Auoiney..at-Law. County TreasurerWarrantH 'I 14-4t I>"lorlda'i The annual meeting of the stockholder .
agreeable.
making surroundings
shall I be held at the principal office

S Collections and Conveyancing"Specialties. In the sum. of 18,177 37 were !\OTI(-K OK APPLICATION: 'I of this corporation on the first. Monday NELSON INSURANCE AGENCY

cancelled In open( ........Ion. Bllla ....erapproved .. of February of each year. at which ___ __ ___ ______
For. Tax I>eed fader *rrtl... BT4 ... I meeting there shall be elected by and u
4, 112* Broadway. and warrants Issued aa follows. era 4 ...eral Htmtmtrm of '5.state from the atockholdera a board of director -

._ of Florida.Notice for the ensuing, year. The board : Old State Bank Building
116.00
W Hal tW.
J. Rears. Supt
r: Moss grown; trees and trees badlyin C. Bans. M. B. P 1.. 4.00 .of directors I so elected shall meet Immediately .
.
Is after the adjournment of
leo W Overstreet M B P. I._ 4 00 hereby (gIven : ar.
.G F. KRIBBS::; need of. prtlning are a constant eyesore W W Chandler. M H P 1.__. 20 DO H. Bruns. purchaser of tax'aer3 such meeting" of the stockholder, and '
,
'I
hall organIze by electing from their
. 77.6 No. 918. dated the 6th day of June. A.
s. I. upfer.. Com. Tress .
.* The is the pity that there D. ha aald certificate In own president ecretacy andtreasurer -'
. ATTORNEY: AT LAW KISSIMMEE.: FLA. jnore J. K. Smith. janitor Schl. No. 1 40.00 1898 tljed. my eu'
the
office, and has made application for same person may
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N-i should be such conditions when R. Nf. Evans salary teacher hold the office of and treas
every tax: deed to Issue In accordance with secretary.
.Examination!: of Titles a Specialy. school No. I _. _i. 200.00Sites L- --J
,q''it. Saw.! Bald certificate embraces the following urer.

'. 'Notification and payment of taxes ot newcomer observes that the trees teacher Alrnlna school Lieltner.No. 1_salary 55.00Iliac described property situated In Article 1'.

J non-residents riven careful) y !Want to bear fruit in spite of their Clara Ledbetter. salaryeacher Osceola county. Florida, to-wlt: The said corporation shall adopt an
i school No. L. 70.00 Lot number IS section to. townshipIB appropriate seal and al.o by-law for E. E. Well
t.l 'attention. ..tI. / Miss Gladys /Short! 70.00Miss south ran ito 31 east according the government of its affair not Inoon- .
.. : many hindrances. The same observa- Albino' Smith 5.00Of.OO the plat of Narcoossee, on file In the edwn It*, article of Incorporation
I.. office of the clerk of the circuit court. law of the state of Florida
\' Miss Mi-rtld Hobbltt Real Estate and insurance
, I,., tion applies. to fields that want to be Miss France Langston- 6B.OO The .ald lot being assessed at the date which by-law may be amended or .

Pat: 'Jotnrton, G. P. G n JtiTOHNSTON cultivated but are not. Ml.. Major Anderaon --.__.. 65.00 of Issuance of said certificate aald In the_ ,repealed.. aa provided in said by-law .
name of unknown. Unless certlflcate Arliel.S.Iiie .
t' Miss Harriett Wilcox 6B.OO I :
OABRBTT ; a. V Ml** Louise Thoma.on.85.00- shall be redeemed according, to highest amount of Indebtedness. f

l -" '" LIUf/' '.* '' !'t';1 .: ." _ _ Mr*. May Clayton __..._ 6.00 law, tax deed will Issue thereon on or liability to which this corporation
at ----u "
Ater. .
.,. a Miss M. C. Bryan .... 15.00 tilt ITth day ot-April. .A.: D. 1M4- shall at any time-be subjected I I. the
Uh - -
_ 11 U .::1 Miss Clara Mtuta __ -_. R.CO Witness my hand anor official seal at I sum fifteen. thousand 115000.00 dol.
10
Ofncea % v ;, i -- '
MAKE
a A SPECIALTY OF :RENTINa
Florida thls7th day lara. i
City -
Klsslmmee
.
Miss Emma Futch ,_ .6A10( ,
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; that' --- ? -
Jt Citisena Bank B1dg. ., ,.;. ., ,. emember the preconceived Atlas Medora Russell ..-._- 60.00 of March.. A. D. 1914. \ Artlele. : -1
Miss Emma TowelS ____-i' 76.00 J; L. OVERSTREET. Until the .first election of officer the
r :W; \".' "'"r' sTisiimmee., Florida. idea'of every northerner is tht orange Miss Cecelia Overstreet-_ 60.00. (Official! ) Clerk Circuit Court business'of. this corporation shall be HOUSES AND ROOMS
"" ./ ( Miss Justlna Hafford. ( salary. aateachvr ( Seal. ) Osceola County. conducted by the following named. p.r-
!J : .. .J - .. groves are always beautiful, and .. 45.00 14.4t Florida. son: J. C. iLedbetter. president: Euna.F. .
: Miss Cleo ( Ledbetter vice-president, and C.V
_ NiDio.'siaBSBT PlaTeN waaLownsrldaKBkCoeu \VoolrldKe. salary asteachir
?
I r t t.t.Counsel f.. Juds.of tM that farm lands are satisfying to the j . ...__ 11600 NOTICE -PUBLICAT10N.. Blount. secretary and troaiurei 203 Broadway Phonm 272
\ cn-u..a-c-n.:: Miss ,'"ra 1. MaIn 80.00 and the board of directors shall be e
,.. ,,. ; WARL, heart's desire. I'ro(. C N CarnesMrs. .dn", .. -- fiO.OO 3)epart.at .f the Interior. V. H. L.... composed of J C. Ledbetter.nEun"T K_ .
w i Laura Ken _. p' _'.--,u .600 OfMee .t Ualaesvtlle. Klorldm, March Leflbettor and C W. r- -

t MASSEY" Mrs. Lula Atwood -_ -_ __ __ 4600 at, 114. said officers shall adopt temporary br- .
Milts Jean. ThimasMinn 4600 "
ATTORNET3 AND COUNSELLOS .n that CharlieB.
Kli-da l i.ollttl. 45.00 Notice Is hereby given
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', ." 'AT LAW MIsH: l.llllan U.ll-: __: ::!= 45.00: Lamb of Lousrhman Florida. who. on --

". air th Owrt of the State' and cieb. I am in the business of building up Miss I Iris Oliver .___ h :0.,46.00IIlho. February 10. 1911. made homestead entry -
Pmetioein .outhea.t
for
\ .. __ Serial No. 07986. quar-
Statea/alsv. before the Florida Rall-' Corlt I. lIfaln" : - ._ fIIO 00
r- U.u-t... Intset ta Csm'os run-down properties; of converting C. N Carnes . 1000 ter of southwest quarter al sectIon SS.
", ( isM 0-.. .... .M the Mrs Laura I-.ee _d.. 10.00 township Z6 south range 27 east Tallahassee -
t 0------ virgin lands into remunerative conditions M r*. Lulu Atwood _? _u 10.00 meridIan. ha filed notice of
1U CaAausrroa BLOO.. ORLANDO. FLA.1rr : Miss Jeane Thomas. . 10 00 Intention: to make three-year proof toestablish
; - Good fences---and lots
---- land above described them.wiU"grow
and of telling hundreds of my Miss Klcdu Dnollttlu .-- 10.00 claim' to the -
circuit
of the
clerk
before
Minn Iris Oliver u.- 10.00
: i/ NDRE\\' JOHNSON Canadian friends where there are such I atlas Lillian Dale 10.00 court at Klsslmmee. Florida.. on the 6th

.A Miss Ruby Maim _hn. 18.00 day of May 1914.
habitations.Let Claimant name as witnesses. for
Miss Ruth 'lark.
_.. ATTORNEr AMD COUN6ELUOR AT t W Key West _expenses to 16 00 W. T. Lnab of LouKhman." Florida.N. money you.. .4
iw/a H Toll. of Ixiushman. Florida.
Miss Lillian Ide. aalary teacherMlaa 45.00
M- Will Practice in all Courts 1 Leila. ilarhl. aa.lar y W. U Sullivan jof-lrfJUKhman.. Florida.W. T-' _
_____,ju ---- Stattrand federal- -- ; teacher . _ 40.00 L. Bronson of Loulfhman. Florida.

t Office adjoining i Broadway' me give you an estimate j of the i Itlss""'hT"a I _Marhlw.. _- _salary: 5 00 14-5t HENRY S. CHUBB.ReKI.ter. Fence off your farm into a suffi -

CituenaTm. Bink:" KIIIslmlmla Miss Ruby Bass salary teacher 45.00
.
cost of converting your property into Miss Ruby Bass, salary teacher 5.00 NOTICE TO CREDITORS.IN

something presentable. I won't chargeyou 1 James teacher F1 Hawthorne_,_ _salary 9000 COVRT: OK TUB COUNTY. JUDGE cient number, of fields to get the
JENKINS I Mrs. J. H Steffe. salary teacherMrs 50.00 STATIC OK FLORIDA
for an inspection or for plans for (1. H. Folk, salary teacher 40.00 !. re Estate of I. H. Herder. Ooeool.


) SURVEYOR improvement. I have .the equipmentand C'!\fr.teacher I'.. Belknap Obed_salary Mltlell... _teacher salary,.. 40.00 50.00 To and a7lc'edltora.all Persons Legatees.having Claim, Dlatrlbutee or Demand ., :... proper rotation of crops and the most

Fraternity Hall KlMlmmee, Fla the staff of expert help necessary Mrs Rhoda Lucas salaryteachtr against said Estate:
I hereby notified
of are
each
t ;. _' 40.00 You. and yon. '
.. I undertake Mellsa Johnaonr- I I and required to present any
salary 35.041
'- to complete anything by teacher : advantageous pasturing and
I and demand which you, or
I Y. A. Touna salary teacher. ._ 70.00 claim your
the time the contract calls for it to be Pearl Johnson. salary teacher 30.00 either of you. may have against the
......! TR.tA.J. HICKS \v. J. Hears. Inc. 3 mos 50.00 I estate of I. R. Homer deceased late ofOeoeola

I''.,',;I'; ''", 1F r, Phyaldan done.I Waters School A No.Carson 1 ..4w. Co.. -supplies ,30 I I administrator county, Florida of to said ta* undersigned estate, cash returns each season are bound

,f .. and Snrceoa B. Maklnsoii---F---u-n Co.. supplies. I within ome year from the date hireof. _
Dated February Tth, A. I>. 1J14.M. .
< school No. 18. Sub No. 1_ 13.65
J V t OfficePhone R. e\Vlt M. BREAKER.
services
45UU.Bamk Bid. Of flc* Jl-Re*. /O ....honl No. I Brown._ 15.00 to increase.-At the -same time fencesare
:J' : ? am reconstructing five different UITAHDIAJV'H .BALE.
,:4 ( A. C. U Ry. Co. freight schoolNo.
J't 1 _. __ 5.01
1\\ r. at the time and -----? Cvsirt f Cmmmtr J...... State ..fFl. .
-- k k1raA .' *>.......... ..".." .t" " properties present can Samuel supplies Hatlow.school No.janitor 16 and 11.50 I I. ....... *> an asset as they add ,
to
\ look after five times that many. The Falconer Co.. supplle-____ 13.74 I re Matter of Miriam T. Munger, Min greatly

1' VI Dann & D nngrocery Fd.rerlck Disinfectant Co., supplies I or. Osceola County.. all whom
: rmlven to
;; school No. 1_ 18.75 Notice hereby i
W. B. Maklnson Co.. supplies I it may concern, thatMark Munger. a. the value of farm. "
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- ,it: ';1 r.* i ) chool. No. 1 _ .(I I guardian of Miriam T. Munger minor any
Company.br ; W. Mllar. stove school No.i 18.- 3.50 I will on the 33d day bt April. A, D. 1914.apply t
':. It doean't'matLer whether is R. M. GSvan to Fort I to the Honorable T. M. Murphy,
yours 'IxlI.n.e.
.; ;" *1oi,'Br.aJwayr Myers 13.70 I county judge In and for saId county, at
: big or little, pine or hammock, grove Klsslmrnee-Transfer Co.. ..Jood his office. In Klsslmmee. In aald county. We sell fence -
.chool No. 1 -._._- 10.25 I at 10 o'clock a m. or a. soon thereafter good - A in er i c a nT
or field good or bad, I can make' it j I C. C. McQuade. wood school No. I, aa the matter can be heard for .
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:} ':; OipNMTfctee the deanest Store 58 :_ : : ;..ioRobert authority to soil, at public or private
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than it { and the cost will be PadKett haulfna pupils' the undivided one-half Interest In
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.. .. better '! tale to- Field Fence
.c \ '-, UM-54 H.tieFre Ke Groceries. school No. S. Sub No 1_ 15.00 following-described real estate ---made heavy and strong
"" nothing .compared with what the Cltlsrns bank Interest warrant.Noc. I wltr; The a U't&1i3JIf: No. seven (T), _
t: a 4''f-Any Hbute .!-'Ki,Ii"" .,.-.. 1K4-18S7 ...- 14." In Foster's to Kokomo; ...
1L.c : property will be worth after. I have CM tl sens bank. loan *0 day___ l.KIC.OO I also the east half e-X.out let No. eightyone -
,. ''' Clttsen bank. Interest warrant (tl) In Kokomo; also part of out to last. The prices

:,..{.. (44 iipij'Ohtti.ise.s.m put' it into' shape. No. 410 nu.n___ It.GO lot eighty-one (31) In the city of Indiana. Ko-. are very reasonable
of
Howard state
"" < ..f; 'I'' ,,'. : ,' , a There being no farther 'business. korao county
} a* follow to-wit L Commencing
board adjourned till next re uar meet-
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:'"; .. .even (7) feet south oC the aouthweat; We
In.GEO.: W. OVBR8TRKBT.
.. ..4, t'a Chrmn. Pro. Tern. corner of lot, No. seven (7) ''IniFoaterVrKast invite you to call and s e': ;
kokomothence .
of
I East Addition to city '
W.
J 8EAR8.
Attest: gupt.
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cunning south fifty ( ) feet.thence .
'" Better ask tne about it. now. Just I east thirty-tare*, (3:) feet.
IMPOSSIBLE PROMISE.; thence north fifty (50) feel thence west use *
*
.' 1 write to- M 'Look--here. friend'didnt I hire Itbirt7-tbree1($$.) 'feet',to the place of :

( you to carry bricks up ,hfct Uddtr.br I ., : L, .,
** r Which application will be baled upon .4. ... .
the dTT I the petition for Bale now on lIe In said .
II 'vv'q (( : ,. 'Ywl 'air,* aid the ..hodcaf11er.to.chlne Icourt. ., ., -
i W: '
.. 4 Law Aprifld. n bi4.
hU cap. ':r I. Dated A. )
--t. : ...... 'W U. !>. lIed' eye on youndyou've MARk' 3dUNOER. ;Osceola
"- my U.tti';,. ..-, Quardlan.r .. UardwarrCa .1
don |It' half day today.
wljr a.
tVT1ON4 :
b'.I' yr 4 The"DeveUper Modem'
of Model Farms
".. ..... .VoB)r Tit the other, half cominf cl2*nTh45od'arTteTl'touchd :; Kind 'worda . .er-.10at.-unJ
1"1' . the * '. ?, .<. ..woman. '. otv them Ini "i latter.and.to "
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; .. B li 4S; -, 1 bs J at:! gY. .I it bar busbai4to In*1l. s(4. '. .' "

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: I, : 'Kt4F1a. _' ) .Id, humbIy.7New''o: ):Jf,TrlJuae," ; aa-.. b.by'.waUotr* bottoaa-rrecard- -" -.. >I<. ., M .I-' .. '.-. II'
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: M* 'LUMBER,: Powdry Scab of ,Potatoes I Farming l'\ Grazing. \ .- a



Comes From Europe Trucking : Timber' . '

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, BOUSE BILLS-4. SPECIALTY __ '"
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.1" EVERY EFFORT BEING itfADE TO ley
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PREVENT THIS DISEASEIMAKING \ \ + :
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1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I 1 1 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I I " LANDS ;
INROADS INTO OUR
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CARSON::: FARMER:: : : Washington, IJ C., April 10.-,POWdery -* I Have, Them for SalcTln Any Size Body ; ;
scab of the potato IK a European
-- INSVRANC'R::: : :: disease which doubtless followed im-
I poretd potatoes before the 'Juarantinew"nt From Ten Acres to One Hundred

Successor to the Dozier Leitner Agency law into effect Every possible .
effort is 'beuifr made by the United '
State Bank Building I States Vepartment of Agriculture td i Thousand Acres. ",. .
prevent this disease making inroads
on our potato industry, and'',the cooperation -I A Letter Addressed to Me Will Bring aT \ .
r. -- _.- ,- -- .--------- of all interested, in this crop ,
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C. A. CARSON, President. N. C.,BUY AN. Secretary.The new IK much potato needed malady., dealing The department with this Full Description and Terms of Sale. I : 1D.

IK issuing' a bulletin (No. 81>) entitled
"Powdery Scab of Potatoes," which .
Waters & Carson thoroughly explains the disease and I
gives all the practical advice .avail : :

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.tro4 i .
Powdery scab does not attack the --:' .
i Grocery Company portion of the potato vines above the

I I ground It, is primarily a disease of KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
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the young tubers, which develops as ,
they mature in the ground. The disease ,
., is apparent by small slightly
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In raised and discoloration .
$ pimples a slight Y
i of the surface. When cut open, I '' tt
the infected areas appear faintly pur- disease, when it once gets in the soil, VILLAGE PHILOSOPHY. I TAKES OFF DANDRUFF,
GROCERIESJ plish and extend from approximatelythe I has been found. The new bulletin of HAIR STOPS FALLINGSave .
: lights
: Light reading ho candles in
: putermoht cells of the tuber toward the department relates the results of(
the dark places of the mind. ---- '
the I certain experiments which are inter
The deeper scab"layers if esting, but they are of such a prelim Some folks wait for success as Your Hair! Get a %5- e.t Bottle s":
powdery fungus, con
S. 0000000000000 00 0.0.0. 000000 0. .. .... ditions are favorable, .may eat large I inary nature that further study will I by heir dorfr had ,a and special track due laid to right of Danderine Right Now-Also :: reaps
was arrive
eWE be required before they can be
e cavities into the immature potatoes. r\com. Itching Scalp."Thin .
\ schedule time.
- WE 1H mended. The best advice that can be on ,
BUY
:
0 Besides of the tubers
;: SELL: consuming.parts Religion with some people is a thingto
it stunts their further growth and given a farmer whose fields have pro colorless; :;: --' 4. ,
HAY, be brittle and
enduredwithlprtitudeTo -, scraggy
: HIDES, e them to be deformed duced a crop infected with powjjerj ,
causes -
_ ) Last "seat)'is this: Don't grow potatoes for: keep a friend you must be sucha hair is mute evidence of a neglected 11
-1. GRAIN. 0 FURS, ; spring varieties the department of imported from- several years on a piece of land that friend to him as not to lay the painof scalp; of dandruff-that awful scurf. i .
0 eighteen potatoes '
own troubles him. There is nothing so destructive to .
1 has.produced a crop infected with this your upon I )
X. FERTILIZERS, 0 e Scotland for seed purposes. All were disease.It The midnight of ignorance is the the hair as dandruff. It rob the hair' .\
WOOL
found be infected with
e to powdery
I eli is not yet khown how many years ignorance of one's own ignorance. of its lustre, its strength and Its very .
scab and had be condemned Nine
0 to
1 SHINGLES, 0' d from England the fungus may live in the soil, but its, Advice is so cheap that nobody even life; eventually producing a feverishness :
0 varieties were imported
makes a pretense of respecting it. and itching of the scalp which: '
r nature suggests that it can probably
$ . ORANGE BOXES, o o AND ee for similar purposes and were The all disease infected I I live for several years. If some folks knew themselves as if not remedied, cause the hair roota Ito
in the
same manner. -
'!t \ Sacks and Barrels as Agents I.Spreading in they really are they would scratch shrink Joosen and dIe-then the "
''k ORANGE WRAPS, 0 ALL ; has been found on potatoes from their names off their own visiting lists. hair falls out fast. 'A little Danderin
and Sweden. On the Powdery Scab.It
Belgium, Norway I ,
;: An empty mind is so small that itdoesn't tonla-ht-now--&n time-will surely ;,
COUNTRY native heath-South Amerrcathedjsease is well known that l condhandsacks
0
0 4 'potato's -
VEGETABLE CRATES note the hair. .
vacuum.
t, barrels and boxes often used save your '
been It ,
has found. are
/ The only good thing about worry la 1 Get a 25-cent bottle ef Knowleton'aDanderine .
:. '. M CRATE NAILS, PRODUCE. ; was reported in several provinces of I in marketing potatoes. from the that it gives some folks an occupation i from any drug tore. You
Seed shipped
0 0t Canada in 1913. potatoes that keeps them from with cad have beautiful hair and
meddling surely
. ... .. ... ...... From Canada the disease has made ,' northern states to be grown in the
. 0
0
?t 0 00 00 00 other folks' business.-M. G. R., in Iota of it if you will Just try a little a ,
some headway across the border into south are put up- either in sacks 01
I' Sioux City Journal. Danderine. Save your hair! Try.It!
\ northern Maine. This is the one place barrels. European potatoes coming to I y
t. Wo sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. where their is real danger at present : this country are shipped in 168poundgunny
I
A We give special attention to flit lag out hunting and camping partlea't from the infection, but active meas.ures sacks. In some of the western I I I
-v Free delivery in city limits. Pho ne No. 12.I are being taken to drive out the states similar sacks, but holding 120
and
We are county agent for good fertilizers.. Ask us far clreulan disease and to prevent the shipment of to 150 pounds, are used. These sacks 'Choice of 5 Tourist Trains

I prices on fertiliser. diseased potatoes to other sections cost from twelve to sixteen cents each, I -
-- The seriousness of powdery scab depending upon their quality and
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!f -- = - may be realized from the following whether they are new or second-hand. I
: -M- 11111' statement by a conservative Canadian Sacks of good quality can be used .;
scientist times, and this haa.come to be
: many I 'J
;',: "The disease should by no means be common practise. In both New York "Dixie i flyer" "Seminole Limited"-! *'' 'i: ' ::f ,; ,, "
,. regarded lightly Severe attacks occur ,and Boston there are firms that act a* : < \ :
when potatoes .are planted clearing houses for potato sacks, buying . "Dixieaimited" "South Atlantic Limited"\' ':ii'/i! '
ONE-HALF INTEREST after year on infected land. Were second-handed sacks,from anyone . ,
STOCK FARM this is practiced the result will be potatoes who may wish to sell them' and ship Route"Via ..jti- ' ,t a.iJ' I.
"Montgomery } '
hardly superior in quality \to; ping them to potato dealers either \ ': I:, ;' :
: in an Osceola County : those badly, affected with the canker., north or south. "It may happen there.-: ''P'. ,
This fact is worthy of notice, espe- fore, that sacks that have previously : -I:
cially since, as in the case of canker, contained diseasedtubers coming ... .,-
no preventive measures have proved ,, from Europe oi-eJs where will be used
of much value." I i for shipping .select seed from the ] Coast Line
American Consumers Object to "Scab ,, north to the south. Atlantic

Osceola count. This by" PotatoeH. There is considerable chance of po f \
r' in
One-half interest in the best tock farm Any kind of scab or other injury by means I
diseases spread
tato being
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Standard Railroad of the South
that mars or defaces the potato tuberis i'of old sacks. Second hand barrels I
f' splendid property fronts on a-"large lake and extends to the county a more serious handicap in the may also communicate these diseases

American markets than; those of Euro- ; The question arises ax to how this Pullman car Jacksonville to Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati, a' '

road. Has some of the /finest trucking and farming land in Florida. pean countries, dueto the fact that 'spread 'of disease can be prevented Louisville, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Grand Rapid, and intermediate
consumers abroad offer fewer objec- and of/course, the solution is a simple i
4 first class tions to scabby potatoes then con- only new sacks. But point
has the finest of flowing wells, and part I one--by using
In the artesian belt; DINING AND OBSERVATION CARS ,
sumers in the United States. Thereis this would increase to some extent the t
i i even a belief prevalent abroad that cost of potatoes and bring' about the For ticket and information call on Atlantic Coast Line ticket e'
orange land. scabbiness Is an indication of superior accumulation of large quantities of agents, or i t r
quality. In the United States, when old sacks. It seems very likely that
potatoes are put on the market, scab- so-me means of sterilizing old sacks J. G. KIRKLAND. Division Passenger Agent, -

w We desire to sel one-half interest in this property to someone who by potatoes must be sorted out, and could be put into practise which would I f Tampa, Fla. TOyt
k therefore are of no use except for make them fully as harmless as agents
will be stock feed of the manufacture of disseminating diseases as new .
'. i;'+ will take charge and manage it. An attractive proposition starch. In .Maine\ the price of scabby sacks., --- .-1 "
._ potatoes in the autumn of 1913 was : Yt Yi Y1 Iii tit $i Yt tt Ili yi Yt Yt $ i i t YI Y1 Yt Yi IWl i 41i i -
presented to the right party. References will. be required and given. fifty cents per barrel, while clean stock .

-j 1P; brought $1.50 per barrel.In YOUTHFULIMPERTINENCE- RARE CHANCE IN SUBURBAN HOME J

the country as a whole, hundredsof Ai other interests prevent my living there. I offer for sale my ,

; This property is leas than two 'miles from the city limits of Kissim- thousands left in the of fields bushels because of. they potatoesare are : : | place on Fish Lake, four ancTa half mile from Kissimmo and oqui-
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}r h too scabby to market. There are frequent -I distant from St. Cloud. . O

mee a first class high-grade proposition. We also hae numerous instances in the New York mar It is indisputable that the Congressional This property comprises over 20 acres of food land, and.ha Ewa

kets, according to potato dealers Record often contains matter 660 feet on the lake front. Excellent fishing. .
\) ; .. small farms, orange groves and anything. desired in the way of a Florida where carload consignments are re far less preservable and far less read- The land i is half fruit and balance muck. Ha house ahnost oil
because the of
jected of presence numerous Senator Tilbnan's advice on
than
li. :;: scabby potatoes. When they able how to grow old without losing health. new story and a half. 30x30 ft. H.. water in the house two well{ '

i:: home or investment. soil becomes infested with scab its His counsel to persist in physical culture (one of these it flowing) of fine artesian water, good out-building, ,

ash ...... value as potato land materially depre- to diet carefully, to practise barns and chicken runs.

#:. We have for rent a modern four'-room cottage less than two block. ciates.Where This is potatoes especially constitute true in sections the deep hot water breathing may and be regarded to drink plenty as excel-of County road and A. C. L Railroad run through couth end .f lot'with .... t.a Ice

let other chief crop. lent, if not wholly new to Americans. station adjoining. Telephone service with Kisummee and St '
b 1 from the business part ofTCissimmee, and two or three properties In addition to the fact that potatoes Yet in the South Carolina senator's Cloud. Title to property perfect. Price very reasonable and Hrau II

j.! affected with powdery scab are probably -I speech there must be a sort of cheer given if desired Apply to J. W. Prentis, Box 196, Kissimmee Fla. t ' 'v
r i well located. less acceptable to the) American 'ful, youthful impertinence as it appears I' 37t1. y
than to the European consumer, thereis in the view of his seniors, who wit
also the probability that'American still wear the toga and honor I it-| 71Y1YY1yiytYtlfiYlitA fitiYt tJtytYtyt $'iYt'.FYttF$

;:4 111 111I. Y a varieties of potatoes may prove-nioresusceptible Benjamin Ryan Tillman was born \ -- .- :
than the European. Introduced August 11, 1847. At that time Uncle \ A.G1
CO. parasites are often more destructive Isaac Stephenson of Wisconsin was a -
J 1' 'NELSON REALTY in a new environment thanin man-grown stripling of eighteen. i '
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r1 nn old one. The varied climatic and There are a dozen men in the senate
soil conditions of several of our states older than Tillman, who is not quite> SIEVER'I
THE H. G.
,!h., offer a wider range for the new potato sixty-seven. George Clement Perkins :
maladv. The brief experiencewith of California is seventy-five; Henry A. I

STATE BANK :: KISSIMMEE FLA. this disease in eastern Canada du Pont of Delaware is seventy-six;
REAR (,fives no hint of what its behavior Jacob H. Gallinger of New Hampshire REALTY COMPANYNOT
might be in the southern trucking districts is seventy-two; E. Chick Burleigh of I
,t+ is seventy-one, as is Carroll IN THE TRUST I
I I I I I I I I II IIIi the central west or the irrigated Maine
1' :! HI I I I I I I I W. P. Dil- a
art f.l-f' ,Smaller Page of Vermont 4
: Related
United States.
sections qf the
:) Goff Stock Fare I barraia if take at ..
4'II i. potato diseases have proven lingham of Vermont and Nathan 10,000 acre a .a.I .
more destructive in the western thanin of West Virginia; Francis Emory $5.00 per >CT*- -:" -J- -J- .{. -!- -l> .
should read regularly eastern potato territory.. Warren, the boss of Wyoming is seventy -I Prairie Laad, Osage Grvre, Ugh Hajamadr. fM ,-Tuber La&- '\- .
is
You New York sixty-
j ''Particular Importance also attaches ; Elihu Root of 1'
to the fact that Maine is the one state nine; John K. Thornton of Louisiana .Laadj at AD Print u4 M Easy Tars. 1 t
now seriously menaced. Maine i I. the I' .htty-eia-ht. ," 2,000 Stock Raack xdkufet; half Tab
acres
should fellow like Til- willI
The Valleyazette"Florida1 chief source of seed potatoes for the Why a young '
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t $: Central Atlantic and Southern states, man presume to give anti-alcohol andsntitobacco ter.tea real ,*tatoi- -: -t- -t. -,- .
advice to these
veUranjTMany
of Canada
adjoins that
: Weekly.Niwrrpaper" and where the- oowderjr portion scab is now most of them drink when they smoker
,;- -j.l: Greatest serious. If Maine potatoes should become like it. Several are confirmed .- .
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generally Affected, only the most *. They know a* much a* Uncle Ben \ .x
yr'' "' _... N.eMst s.ccHh LUur ClrcmlathM. of what f* good to keep person from PLoRmA tVaI
: t extraordinary efforts Mtn check: the \ ...... "
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''1 illness when age creep on apseLurthtnY. I Y.. .
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spread of powdery scab to nearly rery II II''' II .
::;$l SO Year "- 5c Copy ether state. They .1 impbr smUe"and- \ .,I : r..y4M
Brooklji ,
. \1 f ,As )-'etftO, ,.,method controlling-. \ --this EajrVe* ..' !

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'"tiT -- ."IStOIYIACH SUFFERERS -',. -.I ullm'I' ext tT.oEu; ; r IfErigle'sT; Speecli' ipE--- 'l '. ,?., ,, __ -r...-.---r" ..


> Opposing Repeal of Canal, Tolls ,ActMr. ,: .r Kissimmee Furniture Co.JUnder .. .

,/+., ItT.You Wlah To Obtain Com nlU' ..
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( ",' and P. m.n."' Rul.tc Try ,. L'Engle delivered the following speech while sitting'in: a wheel chair, SCHOOL ::1 Entirely New Management t. ,'.

,; Ma r'a Wonderful Stomach Remedy being unable to stand owing to a sever? attack of/rheumatism/ from which I .

OM DM W'III.Convince Yen be has been a. sufferer for mote than two years.. The only pan beside Mr. : .
L'Engrle?: who ever made a speech in congress while sitting in a chair. was "'t
r Alexander Stephens, vl -pfesident of the Confederate States: -- ATTENDANCEiIn L.---- ,

,.\ ,;;I" Mr. Speaker, by the indulgence of the membership of this house, and for a full and complete': !
this manifestation W"human-kTjjdnefl" ; fraternal feeling I shall always be . '
': 5xopFi 'grateful. I have often been excused from attendance on the daily sessionb of - -- --.0:< ,--::..+
r/ I the Sixty-third congress since I have been honored by a membership in this i iI
distinguished in order that 1 devote time to the
body, might my necessaryi Where Roads 0
3t i'I treatment that is gradually aiding nature to rid me of a severe and prolonged ;[ Country Baby Carriages
attack of rheumatism. and of this affliction has I '
t y The\ acute painful nature pre .
vented me from participating in the business of the house on.the floor without i ii splendid
Are Bad Line of Handsome Baby. Carriage and Co-Cartl.-
great personal discomfiture and the imminent risk of retarding the progress of I j ij Let
I I my recovery. I have attended to i my duties at my office and at my home, but i us show them to you. ;

a.. | 1 have always been ready Mr. Speaker, to respond to the call of democracy, |
_r' 'I I which means the rule of the people, whenever, my presence hsa been needed ONLY TWO-THIRDS OP. CHILDREN .I I

'tV 'Map'S i W_a.rf.l StmiMrhMown Remedy I. well wht'never quorum was needed to do business, or whenever the closeness of OK SCHOLASTIC AGE Bicycles
throughout the country. M.ny thousandpie ]: the division of sentiment of the house ha. made the issue of a great public ENROLLED IN PUBLIC I Ir 1t I
.... hive'taken II for Stomach Liver and I'question doubtful. Iver Johnson Bicycles, with coaster brake at a bargain. -st
SCHO .t.slinaAilment.and ... and report marvelous results I On the question now pending on which the division of the sentiment I II is ae'the I It ;
highly praising it to other.. I ,
iL .Astonishing benefits sufferers have received I I close as to make the defeat of a great American principle probable, and i iI r DEC i
? ..' wen from on. doM arc heard everywhere am '' triumph of that great principle' possible only by the vigilance of those devoted V/u.-Liiip-lon./ ., April 9.- Census !: !
stow
.plain fail and iti tremendou..ale. It rarely ever to it, I feel it my duty to record what I know to be the sentiment of the people reports that in 1H)9'there! Kissimmee Furniture Co.t'
thow
afflicted Vrth (>tsnajeh. fiver I 1 I :
and f.>t alut Allnsesits, llfe.Uon, (1 M In whom I represent, and I have come here today to tell you {that the great-ma were 24,000,000( children in the United "
*k. mmslt mma Infest|M.. IHmtimnm. jority of the |x'opl.e <>f Honda, all of whom U represent upon this fleor, is ,I States I of school age, but that only 17- : 310 Broadway E. O. Garland, Mgr. ;
Vmlmttnt fp.IU, ...c.ue A_..., T.f-pld I against the repeal, of the luw exempting t-hipn of American register engaging'i I :00.1100> <> ) were enrolled !in the public : ,.
p JU>*rr tUoawtlMtlom. etc., should by all -
mesnstry in-the trade from, )Panama canal tolls. ( Applause."> They are schools. This would indicate that'
coastwise
vz this remedy. The : '
benefit ttomsrh ufTer-- I II I|I .
# era who have taken Hair's Wonnrrtai. Hto n- i ugamdt it, Mr. Sneaker' ) becuuv. they are in favor. of asserting at all times there, arc several million children who I'' I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I !

wen. IWnscdjr have' After received is in most caws and with all .emphasis thenbelief' that the people of the United States alone are deprived, for one reason or another I - -- ---- ---- '--- --- $'
Ustinc one have taken thise
4 \ Remedy you should be able you to digest and ..0'aim.lale should say what hall be the policy'of the United. States. from obtaining: an education, I <
your food, enable th! heart to pump The people) of Florida are against this bill \because they believe that the and there is. no doubt that a large
Pure red blood. to every part of th* body, tvtng I great principle of the sovereignty, of the United States is greater than that of number of those are prevented from I 1

lustre firmness and sparkle and strength to the to eye fibre clearness and muscle onleolor l any' expi-ndiency! which may be cited by anybody as a reason for doing anything 'attending school on account of bad I N 1
LOUISVILLE&NASHVILLE I i
to 4he complexion and activity; and bril in the conduct of our public affairs.' Kvprphenling llwse people and '|, roails. Furthermore, many schools in & & N :

.r; and Larry> suffering to-the brain.and this Do is away often with possible your with paint knowing: how they feel on public. questionbvcause I know them well and the country districts are closed forvalYlr.1C L. II. L. i J?
even one dose of M.,.,*. Wonderful'Htomarli keep myself always in close touch with and responsive to their -.,sentiment I periods on account of the im'r".sahle RAZLROA Jrj
{ __*4r Interesting literature and bookletlescribinv say to you, sir that 1 would not be. representing them properly if I did not Ube condition of the roads and
Stomsrh. Ailment. sent free by many of the schools which are not OFFERS SUPERIOR I
i every means in my power to defeat this bill, which reverses the policy o f free SERVICE TO -
,
too. H tayr, Mf. Chemist; 154-156 Whittmf !
closed/ ] have nominal ofattendance.
tur S*. Cbic" *f.. JU. | tolls to American ships through a canal built with American money and made ;| a percentage CINCINNATI CHICAGO ST. LOUIS LOUISVILLE t', '
I a world marvel by American braips and initiative, which was indorsed "by the ..
t, For Sale In Kissimmee By people of the United States when they lust went to the polls to instruct their i While it is true that various factors INDIANAPOLIS CLEVELAND DETROIT

/ Z. ROBERSON representatives as to their will. contribute to increase or decrease the TOLEDO GRAND RAPIDS PITTSBURGH BUFFALO .'I

f And Druggists Everywhere.SINGERSEWING .. It distresses me as an individual, to find myself for the first, time unable :titterdance at schools in given sec-
to follow the lead of him whom the people of the United States. have chosen as I tions of the country, it is worthy of SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED "fJf

I their leader by giving to him the greatest office which they have to give. But comment that in the states having a I Lv Jacksonville ___ 8:15: \ pm MONTGOMERY ROUTE :.

as a public servant it pleases me to be able to raise the voice of Florida on ,[I high percentage of improved roads a Ar. Knoxville _____uu_____12:00: n'n Lv. Jacksonville un 8:05pm:: 1 1AI'
MACHINE (hits floor, even when that voice cries out ugamst the I president of the United ,1' much larger percentage of the students -: Lexington ____ 6:45 Ar. Montgomery _n____ 8:50am: '

c AGENCY States and all others in authority hoJ.Jin1e\\' contrary to the views of the ,|I I schools enrolled than regularly attend the I Ar Cincinnati __ __nnn__h __ 8:60:: pm pm Ar. Birmingham! ________12:10n'n:: "},;.

1 people of my strte and of my country. in the states having a Ar. Cleveland _____ ?again Ar. Nashville! nnn_ 7:40:: pm fI
26 BROADWAYDANIEL I I It was to F f.e expected of so great a man Woodrow Wilson, that without I i|I small percentage of improved) roads. I Ar. Detroit Uh_ 7:45 Ar. Evansville _un ___ 1.3oam: '

direct statement from him the sentiment ,is publicly expressed" !! that he will not :i' In five eastern and western states Ar. Grand Rapids UUhnn:_ _____ 2:45pm: am Ar. St. Louia _______ ____ 7:40:: am
use the almost unlimited power of hVs great office, to retaliate in future official' which have a large mileage of improved Ar. Louisville _ 9:00 Ar. Chicago _nnnu 9YHam: .1
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KELLEY Agent action upon those who nbw openly oppose him upon this question. It was to roads the average attendance ofenrolled Ar. Indianapolis nhn._ 7:00: am pm '
r be expected of a man big enough to till as he has filled it, the chair. of Jefferson I I pupils in 1908-11 was 80 per Ar. Chicago nhu_ 7:10am: DIXIE FLYER .'
i I! that he would not put the piembern of the great party to which he belongs I i cent. ;while in four southern states nhUhu
and which has elevated him and them to power, in the position. of selling theirbirthright and one northwestern. state which are DIXIE LIMITED Lv. Jacksonville __ ______ 8:25: pm -::J
: j for of noted for had roads, the average attendance .Fastest Train to 'the Went. Ar. Atlanta hnnu___ 8:00: am
OOO0e0000000404400.. a mess postoffices.And for Lv. Jacksonville _____ 9:35: Ar. ( .
--,---- and the dame year was 641: n : am 'hattanooga12:00n'n: '
Wilson bear
it.hi Woodrow ,
distinction.IhiU proudly one
a may '
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per ent.-80 per cent, in the good Ar. St. Louis _--_nn_ 2:05pm Ar. Evansville 9:43: pm.Chiearo
that alone will insure his nit the nnn
fame
O'BRYANiATTORNEY meattalesman against charges 1
4 LEWIS as a .'* ____ _ __ '<
\ i of abuse of the power of patronage t that t the opposition m defeat may bring I i roads states as against
AT LAW against him, that he was not even suspected of so mean and petty a thing as I in the bad road states. In the states i
retaliation upon men who voiced, and toted. their. roiiMctioiys\ the house oflepresentatives. first named :Hfi; per cent of the roads I South Atlantic Limited is solid through train, with dining cars, '-,
"" I have been improved while. in the latter 1 coaches and sleepers to Cincinnati; through sleepers to Louisville, Cleveland "

a j, SPECIALIZING" There is but one way, :Mr. Speaker, for the people of the United States to I I group of states there are only 1J/4 and Indianapolis daily and to Grand Rapids Mondays and Thurs- ,
express their will, and that way ifor the lepresentutives I of the great po- per cent. of the roads improved. days. .
ABSTRACT
litical parties into which they are divided' to inoet in convention and adopt a That improved roads would benefitour
AND written instrument called a platform containing! propositions of country school system, there Dixie Limited; ali/! Dixie Flyer are solid through trains to Chicago, I
' which each party asks the people to indorse by intrusting it with gov..rnment.1 power |', would seem to be no doubt. Improved with coaches, dining cars, drawing room compartment and observation

TITLE WORK carry them out by. selecting from among its numbers those to whom the people ;' roads make it possible to consolidate I' sleepers ;sleeper through to St. Louis on Dixie Limited, over five h< urs
E TATB BANK BLDO.M. hall delegate their inherent right to rule. Then, when this is done, the peo- 'or centralize the schools and to estab- fastest and only one night out. t'ft

nit ple express their will at the polls by intrusting that party with power whose lish graded schools in the rural! dis- I . t '.
Oeoeooooooooaoaooo platform comes the nearest to expressing the governmental ideas of the ma- tricts. Such schools centrally located I Montgomery Route has sleepers through to St. Louis daily and con- ,

-. . jority of them. I I will accommodate all of the children I necting sleepers to Chicago. -
J No'contract can be more binding than that' made between the people and'''! within a radius of 'from four to five -

t:: t the representative of the party which they intrusted with power. No OblT"a-1 miles. In many communities having 'I LlG-I ; '
ELECTRIC TRAINS, WITH THROUGH SLEEPERS AND
the advantage of improved roads. .
TILLER tion can be more sacred than that which binds the members of the party C
f commodious buildings have been pro- DINING CARS.: FAST TIME. ROCK BALLAST. : I
placed in charge of the government to live strictly up to the spirit and the '
x letter of the platform on which they appealed to the people and which by theratification vided, more competent teachers have NO DUST OR DIRT. '-i.
'Real' Estate
: Agency. of it by the people at the polls becomes a contract solemnly and been employed, and modern facilitiesfor .
a r. knowingly entered into. teaching have been supplied) at a For reservations, information, ask the tickent agent or address: ,
a 4 >_..I....w AM----..-.-.e The democratic party made such a contract v with the people of the United minimum cost. For instance, since the II. C. BRETNEY, Florida Passenger Agent L. & N. R. R., 134 Bay St.,

Realty-bought 1'4' and Bold States when its representatives in the Baltimore convention wrote the free- improvement of the main highways in Jacksonville. ll-8t 11Ef j

tolls plank to the democratic platform of 1912, and which was signed and Durham county North Carolina 'the '. /'
a, Houses rented sealed by the people of the United States when they placed the representativesof number of school houses have been re- 'jt'

f t;iTax.ssa1d; snda"T1t1es _!_-:" that party In charge of their government. 1 do not have to go any further duced from sixty-five to forty-two, of .' .,

\ .ified for non-residents.. : than. thf to find a good,-auft'clentand binding reason to raise my'voice: and .which 'seventeen are graded and have I J. .

ii ,. JI;) ;''Uf., ,and'Accident Inurance : to' cast my vote against this bill which, in terms so specific that no room is two or'more rooms, and. employ two : .

: .' left for doubt, violate that solemn contract between the. people and the party .or. more teachers. w "' "!.CPr ckIJAaboPoke.1tP.H.4PA. 'l.iU:. '-41'
i placed by them in ' There: are at the present time about 'Y-I'; ,, /JI

:.-." .Indemnity" -.Bond. ... . -" --I would vote as power.the people"of the United States instructed me to vote, no United,consolidated States.tI4, rural schools thatMassachusetts in the- t : Prompt .Powerful '\ Permanent'
matter 4f I did violate the terms'of contract appears
some treaty or some or some '
Its Stubborn''' Good TWoiM re'l I
f _, .. Ohio and Indiana have made beneficial ef- case ,
made with else. When the have had the
agreement somebody people P. P. P.&b it _
., opportunity the (sets are tuuallr yield to >*- own ,
to express their will, as the people of the United States had but a short greatest progress along these lines, .: Ul my quickly whso othsrro di.' loataycofOd
while this the do and the of those and it is .rather significant to note P tea* are uasUsa.
ago on question, people can no wrong, duty
who truly represent the people is to obey when the people have spoken, no that in these states about onethirdof

7. J tS tI. BU LOCK 'matter whose voice, be it individual or nation, is raised in protest. But.Mr.. the roads to statistics have been of improved.the agricul-Ac.cording' P. P. P.

Speaker, ID this question my .conscience acquits me of failing in agreement tural there
% with anybody in thus obeying the voice of the people of the United States. department was expendedin 4'
( REATfSTATE'? There is nothing contained in the May-Pauncefote treaty which has been 1899, $22,116 in Massachusetts for Mates rich, red pure blood-clean sea.;the entire
the of consoli-
-----. paraded as a sacred obligation binding the honor of the American people, dated conveyance schools but in pupils 1908 to system-r-clears the brain strengthens dlgeaUoa and nerves. l|
the
which prohibits us from enacting laws for the government of the Panama expen- Blood Poison and skin diseases..
,1 'NCE diture for this amounted to A positive specific for
rrtsUR purpose y
canal which favor the citizens of the United States above those of other na- '
'. tion. And if we choose to exempt from Panama canal tolls the ships owned 292213. In Indiana the expenditurefor Drives out Rheumatism and .Stop tile Pain;. ends Malaria;

? Examination t of Titles a by citizens of the United States instead of granting direct subsidies to themas this purpose while in in 1908 1904 amounted to is a wonderful tonic- and body-builder. Thousands endorse it.

; other nations do, it is our way pf doing business, from which we should not $86,000, 290.000 was ,
J slaxal! W depart whether that way meet with the favor or the-frown. of other nations expended. This expenditure for trans- F. V. LJPPMAN CO. D- &. SAVANNAH, GA"Reference
1r lSpe lalty. reflects! in
portation a general way
until we ourselves have determined to change it.
the and of this
<'-;: During the last spore of years in which I have been old enough to observe extent progress new
educational It must .
Corretoo: denceSpllcited.r public affair and to form judgment upon them, I have heard a great deal be understood movement.that this is addi-not -+-- ...,... -" .. T, -- .
r4 about the Anglo-Saxon bond which lies between the of Great Britain an !
people tional burden, as the expenditure thus H 11 I I I I I 11 I I I 11 I I I I 111 H 11 I 111 IIIII 1'1 11111 I I 11 i 111 I 11 111 j;
.rtJL and the United States, uniting us on terms of cousinly friendship with the .
made is.saved in otherdtrectionsthat1LbY
.. - great.English-nation. But.this kind'of talk has not impressed me very much .
In the- number of
because my observation hai-been, and the cold, bar* logU 6f"passing events schoof.and the decrease economy-their- : Swedeiboro. National. B.-Jr.,Sweduboro..lLJ. ''

; : FJN has proven that Great Britain is notrtbe friend of this country, except when tion. opera ,
ax rcw.-Q I the advantage of that friendship liesPwIth Great Britain. In fact, whenever
i In Indiana, Massachusetts, Ohio and
if Great Britain believed that we were- not strong enough to. resist, it was not other states the oneteacher WILLIAM RODE r
,
;. the olive branch that cousins cache but the lion's one-room -
44_ ,Staple and Fancy our English bearing, growl schools are being replaced by cen-
that startled Great the have carried l
our ears. are English people; they wand
tral school houses, with halfdozenrooms '
: order into the far corners of the earth; they have never gone into a coun- a Comrnission'Merchant
: and teachers.-
: i6ItiCRI LS try that they have not benefited, but in spite of this benevolent assimilation of sent out a. many day. ;gather Wagonsare ;
people who did not want to be assimilated Great Britain is the greatest bull- every up
the children and to take them home POULTRY '
dozer of all
history. FRUITS AND PRODUCE
\
,
again in the evening. All of .the chil- "
John Bull has been around the world whom he could ,
\ rampaging seeking
.. dren within a radius of several milesare
t ....\ J'''''''' and himself of that he could
forcing into place advantage gain per
scare every
( thus provided with the most mod-
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; u' > ,Free ,Delivery all Parts by bluff, bluster, or blood. England was the only bully of Europe and ex- ern school facilities. "In some of these Philadelphia Pa. ?

I .;tH') lI +Of the city pected to be the bully of the world, and made good at it until, like all bullies schools courses in manual training, k.
1 she was cut down, and the people of this country were the first in history to agriculture and home economics have 1111111111111111 111 M M I 111111111111111111111 M I t't'
make the attacks of the beef-eating Briton.
good against bullying been introduced, scientific apparatus .
t We called this world bully down in 1776. When, not satisfied with this and teachers ,
utilized having
lesson the bully felt strong enough to comeback at us, we repeated'the lesson qualifications and .training employed.10CEN1' special. '' ,',. 1
t x!' i r e0i0. lyee. 'eNeeee.e in 1812. And from that tinte until this, this great world bully, this bulldozer :
, t among the ntaions, this, the greatest bluffer in history, this, the most selfish 'J'1JI
nation evolved dut of the progress of the human race toward freedom, has "CASCAHETS"FOR LAUGH
*q Sprlgg, "FlemingCLBANING come at ulI: in diplomacy and with threat each time it raw a chance to catchus LIVER AND BOWELS UAUTY MEATS t ,,

unwary or weak. It is not for .us who alone among nations have resisted I NDGRO r

British influence when WB were few in numbers and weak in resource to yieldto Cure Sick Headache, Constipation, ,
at ; British selfishness now in this day of our strength. Biliousness., Sour Stomach, Dad : .
s As to the charge that those who vote to retain the free-tolls provision in Breath-Candy Cathartic.No .
PRESSING the law governing the Panama canal are recording themselves in favor of T t."i t.

I;! DYEING "d subsidy to the steamship trust, or are granting speical privileges to the 9,000 odds how bad your liver stomach .

owners of coastwise ships, and also to the" argument that the old democratic or bowels; how much .your head '
. REPAIRING. doctrine special privileges to none is superior in binding force to the later aches, how miserable you are from i. '"!
Instruction of the people of the United States for free tolls when upon writ- constipation, indigestion, biliousnessand l :
wlll word'.t IDT house s-nd clothe ing this in their platform they plaoed the democratic party in charge of the sluggish bowels-you always-get

be erlMd lor and returned. government, the answer to both charges is found in the instruction given: by relief with Cascarets. They Imme- :, ,,. .
the people to the democratic party at the- same time they instructed iton, the diately cleanse and regulate the stom- : ... :
,,, ?" SatistactiouiunraI1teedt8"e matter of free tolls to break all monopolies and to destroy all trusts. And ach, remove the sour, fermenting food Calf Liver Braised. That's One ';'"

free canal tolls I. no more of a special privilege than that Americ -owned and foul gases;' take the excess bile Wy,. : ,
000e0J0ee00e00oeer ships should use free the harbors opened and made possible for their use by from the liver and carry off the con- Lard the rounded side of the .... I'!;

:. . money out of.the public treasury many hundred millions more than the cost stipated waste matter and poison liver; fry one onion in salt pork Another Way 3 ."
.. < of the Panama.canal and Its operation for a generation. from the intestines and bowels A fat; put the liver and onion in a .".
Let us maintain 'the sovereignty the_peopU of the United States by 10-cent box from your druggist will casserole' to the fat in pan add And a Surer Way '

: J. i Maintaining our position regulating the Panama-canal. Let us carry out keepyour liver and bowels clean three tablespoonfuls of flour, .
'G IYST,4. the contract mad ia 1912 by the party: in power with the people Of the) United stomach sweet and )head clear .for brown, and add stock or water to Is To Eat .fOUR .e

States; and then when we have done these things let as use the great powers months. They Work while you sleep. make gravy, add ole teaspoon- .

of thia government, placed -democratic hands by- the people to whom it belong tot of salt, one salt-spoon of pepper QUAUTY. MEATS;" .!'t,
4i. W .\ 'ultra AU tat till r'tp, *, to find out if there is such a thing as a ship trust putting?. unjust bur* "There 'was a sensational case of ; pour over the liver; cover '.
; ...'<:"-...... a . ve and simmer the.oven for two >
.."9-'" automi.'Npy dens upon the people, and to destroy it as quickly as the demoeratia majority kidnapping in our neighborhood EacliDay: !
fa n4.b&a. ,th. law througii'congTessv Let us 11M'this find out day.", hours. ..
11&1. : from .... t. can get : it"I A
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is enjoyed by to r-di8am'ulta.... of 'sYon don't sol, What 0 ,I H I
i t 4 Or&7& oars t1 if there a special privilege : : anyone another i My was
n 1t, r. ,. that we may do.way with it at once., But let us not be turned away "All the' babiea in the block 44i : :
.,.. y1, ,L NI' I. III.a !room our'duty to carry out the will of {ho people.of the United States by maycryBf. asleep. a* the same time.:'- In"l Btu &, Ba**, Telephone 117: BroadwayiU
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FRIDAY. AFRH.. '19.:''J..l. Ye 'THE 'KISSmMEE ,VALLtV GAZETTE l' j >' .. rApopka

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J.r.'fI-t.7! ; :- ; -, '. >> I ," -: ,' ,F" 1Jr1T"\ ........'" .., -'PRQRSSJVE .

:: .ay 'thank you" TO 'ou- commissioners e'o.oeoooaoeeeaoee,. . ,
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Friday our' school- closed and as FLORIDA' CHRISTIAN .' ; ; . '
much as the\ kiddies. hate to go to V ENDEAVOR CONVENTION''When :a04,04000000t0000 .

.,_.._ .. .. . school it Is evident here that the children . . ',

:;. Robert Cahoon of Orlando, agent hated'just as badly to seeschoolclose. +0,t. : : ".

for the International Harveater com- .' They were all in..' love with ,
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'pany.of-Cbie.go: and ,Mr. Knight.of their teacher, Mrs. Williams, :who baa 'Georgia Endearorer"werhaving I .
Splendid jklme in annual .: '
a session .
Chicago were both here last week in certainly proven to be a successful --- .. .. .. .. "
Macon '
March 27.29 'Flor- 1
conference with the committee teacher.' a( on : : 1'" r
on
,Ira Keen of J. JJ Keen visitedhis Ida was likewise assembled at Grainer ,
eleetrie son 1 (
lighting 'for* town and i '
\, our Tb.comingof ville. ,-', ./, . I ,;f.
parents Friday night.
from' what made : ;.;
we learn, some very I'
This twenty-.lx :h annu4convjBn.tion]
Ira was made the'occasion for a
.. Apopka.Interesting' ,figures pn ,a plant,,for I reception at his father's. borne Friday was one:of the'best in all ways held '. BUS'lness. Peope "

..- at least fourteen has there been .
; a visitor inweek Apopka the Ira returned' to his duties. >in yean ; .
much zeal in divisions' _
ao .
Miami many: pertaining
latter part of last on official; Saturday morning. '. .. .
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business and favorably impressed J. Crotier of section twenty-six says to getting and giving, money, : J. {. . '
was so
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i he has enjoyed having string bean "as unto the Lord. ; ; '
with the town that he :
prom' from his own garden all winter, and The special guest, A. 'La Verne
I ed to return and bring his wife and ; ; "
i. still eating i them., Spafford secretary from' Michigan,
ou"S4ould'
spend several days. He yet locate ttt.OW"
here permanently. may : Ed Keene formerly of Gotha but led conferences'for work among young* Y : : .
and '
Our town had a general sidewalk I now a resident of Orlando Visited hi. (juniorand) older Endeavorers,
:
: brother, J, J, Keene, and family Tuesday helped in manway.. imaB'sessions.. .
which
here lit
cleaning day
r; on April night. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar:._ Strother the I .
resulted in' quite a clean-up for some .
Christian : mTisionarieS for
J. W. Bass transacted business in Endecvorer I :
of the "
part town. Orlando Tuesday of this Week. China, were with us and were of much : '
Charles Henry Baker, the new agri. i .i
all aid in several portions of' program.Dr. ,
Irish
The potato crops throughthis v.
cultural adviser: for Orange county, "IN
here in- neck of the woods never"looked W. R. Newell, from the Winter Bi. .
was Wednesday making some
ble school, Leesburg, theconventlon -
indicationpointsto gave
better than now. Every -
quirles and getting acquainted with sermon Sundays morning and a ,

''it hit duties and also getting' acquaintedwith Sand lake a large Is the yeld.fishing ground now lecture on missionary work as taughtby

our people. I the Bible, in the special session for '
th
Everybody catching m.I'
,jThe Apopka high school an
gave
missions Saturday afternoon. .In this "
lee cream supper Saturday in the K. session Rev. Geo. Waldron of Sanford
,
of p hall for the benefit of the 1914 state Congregational church leader kISSIMzs1EE ;
J JJ.
-
'class. [I' .Inn II IISin served most helpfully. )
The weather for the. past week has Saturday evening Christian citizen ,

_been very: much to our liking and ship was strong, with as the climax

while little dry, the citrus trees and e Rex left Kissimmee has been'I address one by Hon.-Chris.. Matheson.
not
"Vegetable-crops are suffering. of Gainesville, ..
;' Th .Montf ord and Jones Dramatic almost continuously) on the move andfa'r Friday evening was the time for I ', : :' ':. i
the last both
week, traveling over
quite an interesting I .
company gave the .
Christian
fellowship on program r''
,
land and water, from the rowboat ,, '
'p1 yat the Eidredge hall last Thurs- followed by a nice social at the manse. ,
ay,night. The Civic League shared which was used in crossing Lake Gentry for businessand '
'in the proceeds and it will be used to f| to the T. E. C. Ry., believes we Saturday morning afternoon was the juniors had I H. RE DI1T, '. OSCEOLA B1CY LE CO. O. K. BAKERY + ,
Sunday ;
'have treed nearly everything that is E. A. .i
Nlemeyer,
erect"a new city hall.Ty. their rally. Marcus C. Fagg, ,
used to travelers from locality superin-I 105 .
Smith, the popular engineer eonvey one Broadway'Eo'
tendent of the Children'i State home,
I to another, until late yesterday Jeweler Red Band Brand Candy14e .
'on the Midland, returned Thursday talked to the children in their session '
night from a trip to Blufton, Ala., evening we found St. Cloud and after also led' the meeting, L. Johnson Prop. per Ib. .
prayer .
where he called to the bedside of spending' the night at that favbred I
was which came before the closing consecration Do"e.;; '
Promptly
Guaranteed
11 Broadway.EGGERSGLUESS Repairs Pure. '
his sister who has been ill but locality we came this morning to Kis- ;
I
very -mirrotes Sunday evening M,. - .
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simmee where laid fora -'
i it now rapidly improving.Miss we are over r -
Philip Dale of Winter Park was the I ,
few days' rest. We have visited
Kathleen Mitchell has returned -
'last to take this good-all-
.! from New Rochelle, N Y., where during our trip abroad at least fifty through one part on I & RIEDfiL. RUSS BASS MEAT MARKET DIXIE THEATER

she was called to the bedside of herr I families, have talked to over 200 voters The next program.convention is in Jackson- ,

grandmother, who died, recently. and could, if we so desired, give a I Carpenter and Repair Shop Fresh Meats of Cool. Clean, Comfortable / (

J. D. Carr and sister, Mrs. I. M. I fair estimate of the worth that will ville.New I \-1
Jackson, made a short visit to St. Pet. be done in June, but as it's too warm officers chosen are: President, Inside Furnishings, Screeningand High Class Entertainment. ,
i last week: to describe the political situation will D. B. Curry, box 918, Jacksonville; Cabinet Work All Kinds. ,

ersburg W. T. Wilson, our ex-postmaster, talk about other"matters, vice-president Rev. Geo. Waldron, Our Specialty. Only. ,',

' has returned from a business trip to It would appear that this should bea Sanford; treasurer again, Geo. Cav- ',
in prosperous year for our farmers. anaugh, box 775, Tampa; junior sup- I -
i some S. W.points Eldredge Georgia.has received his Crops are in a very favorable condi- erintendent, Mrs. S. L. Jackson, Day- WILDER'S STUDIOIs CLARK & MEIKLEJONReal Tie LeadiiTg'Mdvfrig Picture Show ''t '

tion and cattle in fine form. The tona; quiet hour, Miss Ruth Wyandt,
of cows '
commission postmaster Apopka is Found at the. -
as :
j And is now taking instructions in handling are giving an 'abundance of good rich Tampa; Tenth Legion, Miss Ruth Coffin the Place to Take Your Kodak Estate Dealer 14.K 1
milk and the general opinion is that : ; Johnstown: citizenship, lion. Chris. '
the business for "Uncle Sam. Films for if You PASTIME TlIEATER' '
i Developing .
Matheson, Gainesville, and Secretary, ? ..
General TibbetU of Seattle Wash., the farmer will be at the tbp of the They Sell the Earthin ..
ladder. Grace A. Townsend, Intsrlachen, With 11\0;
rrived here last Friday night and Gardner Bros. Jtfgrs. , i
,
her duties those of-the Sunshine, r
go Results. Chunks
that he has traveled over a,large Rex could ay a whole lot more but Want the Beat ,
says -
and after he has been kept BO busy ever since Press and Introduction departments, -- '
of the country see- --- --
portion most of which she has had since April,
landing that there has been chance
Ing so much he' likes Apopka better no Have Your Washing Doneat
I 1901. This not ready for
than any place he bas"' yet found and and if this were kept out later it would lastweek's report was unfortunately.Grace J WATERS & CARSON GROCERY KISSIMMEE BOWLING ALLEY
,
paper
be too late for this week. REX.
invest here. the-- 109 \
will likely I A. Townsend. +S Broadway ;
Mrs. G..Harod entertained a par- '.

'ty 'young folks of Apopka last Friday !- 'THE MONUMENT Interlachen, April 6, 1914. KISSIMMEE MODEL LAUNDRY Co.Everything: W. E. Mansell, Mgr. .

night with an oyster supper. Tot MORE REAL TEMPERANCE. -
I that they allenjoyed it is but stat- .. t to E>at. T
say '
Harod has the OSCEOLA .. A. F, Kuti, Provo Splendid Sport and Recreation. .
l ing mildly, as Mrs TO CHIEf In adressing the guests at a ban- r p
artist when it .
reputation of being an quet of the Irish-American society of

comes to preparing and serving good St. Louis the master of ceremonies, J. W. ,IRENTIS NELSON REALTY CO.
things to eat. SHOULD BE ERECTED IN THE Vincent McShane, announced that no .. E. E. MAGEE

i* Messrs. Newell & Ustler are mak- COUNTY THAT BEARS HIS liquor was going to be served, and Pianos, Organs, Talking Machines, 9 Darlington Ave.: Carpenter and Builder ' ,
i of ferns to the northern -
Ing shipments would
NAME.In further, that no liquors ever
t markets regularly now and their ire served at banquets given by this Sewing Machines. I Property Sold on "Job. Work and General Repairing F(.
'. _.customers are highly pleased with the is '
association. Such
declaration
a Saw ,
Filing Specialty t'dy
communication received this
*'"excellent stock furnished by this com- a at .
i office on the subject of the much discussed worth many sermons on prohibition Bro dwsy. __ Commission.D. 15 Darlington Ave. .
pany. for it is such temperance which'counts. ,
the Seminole
Klssimmee memorial to chieftain .
of ,
Judge Lilly, ex-mayor =
thecry.
It is a reality and not a
"was here the latter part of last week Osceola, the following extract is It has always been customary W. G. HANKINS OLIVER'S SUITATORIUM' '
in worthy of consideiation: G. M'KAY REAL ESATE
and while here spent a day fishing wine '
such .
to have flowing freely at
Lake Apopka. He reports good luck "While I most heartily approve of Made to, Measure ClothesCleaningr ,
banquet, consequently the change is Adding Machine*:and .
idea of .
the monument to Osceola, Icannot GENC1.. s'
outing
and most delightful
m feel that it would"be just to hispv"ije the more marked. The toasts were Pressing and Repairing a .
r Everybody* 'here is talking electric jusCas bright as if those deliveringthem .
and believe it will only while they are being slowly Typewritersfor Grarstone Block" Hats Cleaned. and Blocked, sb. '
lights BOW we I drivvS rom their homes in the Everglade had 'felt mellowed with ardent X s
'be a short time until our town will be *-*- r, crowded back-to section' spirits. 'The sentiments were expressed Sale.DANN'S ; Sell Land Anywhere on Commissiosi Phone 81.: .
with the glare of elec .. i '
illuminated '
that will not rive them a.fair chance in clear' and 'refined language and .

trldty. The sooner the better. .Leteverybody I for a living, and I feel that could' Os- the guests) departed from the banquet .* '
.. :
.
DEPARTMENT STORE. \
1 .
whoop it along.: board with'clear"heads and with . ;,1
,a '
eeola ELUS"
speak to the "Great Whit Fath. -- : ,V.* ,
,
COLE A UNLEY .
'J.,F, Briggs has purchased for Mrs. higher'-appreciation of the'occasion ., }. ,. fkf ". J
er" lri Washington, he Mould l, " ;iM- '* '
Hale: orange grove and.tract.of the honor-unless- people were'first-spurn than had''there' been liquor' served.Liquort pp I Goods. I :CJ. thb\C, ,,.Shoea. ,, ;" '/I'''''''' 'I'"- ;' ':': ;;,(:'. "A r"J : ; tr:;Electrical t Contractor ,Yi'tc.; ,; .,rx S
'
lying Marshall lake from S. ess-banquets should be in Jeweler- , .
now
land .
pn made secure from farther molestation << :flit I" 'f'
Wfaredr.. I from the white man; and vHth ample order upon all occasions.The exampleset Farnishlnga.&e : : : 1 I, :'.',Water and LiAtted.r tr'y; /..r i

t- r*F.-Hr Davis has moved into the city hunting grounds; their own orever. by the Irish-Americans of St. I "*'* T ,1-

t hall property recently purchased from It does seem that if a petition In Louis -worthy- of emulation,-Ex and lOc Store on Third Floor. Broadway.C. bone 220 8 Darlington. Are..
:.
the city and has fitted it up nicely for behalf of the Seminoles were secured change.CLASSIFIED. ..

c I' an office building. bearing the names of the thousandswho HUNTER. LAND CO. When Coming to the as. : )'a ; ;'
desire to see justice meted out F. DIBBLE & SON
i F. W. Ulrich, grand master of the DOLLAR LIMIT STORE .
r\\ Masonic. lodge of the state of Penn- and homes provided, a strong pressure Real Estate, .
!'" .sylvania. and who has been a resident might be brought to bear upon the Don't Fall to Bring Your'8i ll' f I ;

: of Apopka for some time, has gone tot state and the national government. If ADVERTISINGFive Properties that Will Fancy Groceries Change:: Year Dime Last. I -L ,

t J New Bethlehem, Pa., to attend the an- such a move were crowned with success Like Dollar_ Six RlOeToilet < .:;,. ''t '
'nnal session of the Masonic order. then I should say, remember the Phone 154. I Paper'for.Jc.; "" l
I' brave Osceola by erecting; a monument Please.H. Piirson ft ,
.:n? *S. H. Searle( who owns a fine grove in his honor in Osceola county- Cents Per Line 7. : t z r h
here and who has spent the win- .
; e near $25,000 would buy a large tract . (adl Insertion.*.
very
ROSS GRAVES
; left last eveek'for Indianapoils' .
; 'ter here, of such land as the Seminoles need, C. STANFORD CO. GREEN.tSip
ERNEST L.
but said he only going
s 1' Ind.t was
; ,
for these dependent, gentle people are Hardware, Furniture, Stove,
,
'on a visit and will soon return here. Dry Goods Clothing and Shoe,
FOR SALE.
than other Indians
more on the Id
any .. Writer and Decorative '
,4:1 r Mrs. W. T. Hines, niece of Mrs. II. continent.-the "words of the nation." Agricultural Implements. ii i- ,

U; ;Berry, and Mrs. Henson have re- This is a vital subject to Florida and FOR SALE or trade for Missouri or Furnishings and -. Painter. y

L turned to their homes after spending to America., northwest Arkansas farm, SO acres Building Material, I A. f w'Cm
'pleasant-visit- T tiYe'--.lIcl. just outside city limit of Klsaira- r t
"rri1ry N4KIons.DUTI'ON.BARRIS.
Paints, Oila Eta. Phone t83. .
ds here. mee 5roomhouse- good barn 7 .
-J-t- tfrle| ?
TAX NOTICE. -- -- - -- - ,
.
I .,. :-"Frank: E. Zepp has begun the erection acres: (in young grove, """-L J!_ fenced. "- '' .'

bungalow which he .John Morgan, Burmuda avenue, Kis- CO. '-
of a modem ':'
:
;"? will be his fu- Notice is hereby given that the ex.t simmee. WENNERSAWYERBooks ARtISTICJOB PRINTING'' I.'
:. says' when completed nslon of thirty days allowed by the ;,116-tf

.J' tun home. county commissioners for the closingof A A Hercules '
: : FOR -SALE- triple Shoea Best
'bp': Mrs. W. T. Champneys has returned the state and county tax books will stump-puller, good as new. Will and Stationery The that Man. and MackJi

1. l from a visit to relatives and friends expire on, April SO;end the books will sell cheap; also forty, full-blooded r Can Do :

if'''; )a,Tampa and Durinellon.rr close promptly on that date. Brown Leghorn hens. C. II. Funk 106 Breadway. r*,, yt
Davis wife and Leslie I.'C. L. BANDY 12-tf 28 Broadway.Get . The Valley '
*.*. H. and son Kissimmee, Fla. Gazettes. S t -: : -
,
( ,
1 made a business trip to Orlando one 16i4t Tax: Collector. ,

day, last week. FOUNDr-Gold Masonic pin; square KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO. ''' :.' _
,
f .'. Col. S. V. Pickens and Wife hav4 returned "I'would like to lead a tranquil existence and compass within a larga'G. Per- Yo r Candies Fresh Prom the LET US FIGURE, .WTTH. ,>< YOU,,,,"* *..
>!. son calling at this office, proving '
., their home in Henderson- said the troubled of af ? '
man .
to . "
Everything for the.Hosse. CANDY KITCHEN ?.'" l .L
property and paying for this noticecan . : ?' _
',; 'ville, N. C., after spending another fairs. On That Next ofJprintlmgiOnre ;
secure pin. 6-tf Order
t? :winter' very pleasantly, here.The "About how tranquil 'asked hi. E. O. Garland 23 Broadway xAa +a i

I IP.,;colonel is loud in his praise of Apopka hard-working secretary.The FpR RENT-One good store room la'till. Better Sort, / ' '
,and will here winter as other thought moment. "Oh j
come every
and warehouse .
cheap Apply to
:', r' .long as he is able to travel. he answered, "about art tranquil a lileas R. S. Floyd. tf Manacer..uSS1MMEE F. C. Howe Prop.,. The I Valley. Gasettet I" i '

':,W. H. Brokaw and family visited a germ leads on a thousand dollar \ ,{ iz
.
i7 in'town a few days ago. I;bill."-Birmingham AgeHerald.IF FOR EXCHAANGE for St. Cloud or LUMBER CO. . .Il
: ; ,
OSCEOLA BOTTLING WORKS \ '
Our town has been filled with guests or Klssimmee'property, 40'acres, .: GOOD ,PRINTING .
" during the past few days looking at YOUR CHILD. CROSS, about one mile south of Orange 1'-, -" ,'

? property with a view of buying, and FEVERISH, CONSTIPATED Center. The land is close to rail Wholesale and Retail Phone 284. Depends on the a Man. .and EqnipateBC. ., ; _
road and olin dean fresh '
corners
well pleased and whenwe a 'h 4'
"; r everyone seems installed water lake. J. M. Willson Jr. 14-tf "We.Have the Beet .f Both"TheYalley
. our the electric light plant Look Mothers! If Toagne is Coated, G. A. Gilbert, Prop. _
town will begin to grow like a Phone 21. .Gazet& )..,.l
Bowels
. ,summer, weed. Cleanse Little With "Cali FOR RENT. ., -7
.
c." forma Syrup of Figs.
I FOR RENT-Five-room bungalow; F. H. LAWSON ? a
modern; in center of tdwn. T. M. Don't Overlook the STATEMENTS!, VOTE. HEADS :J

t iJliqrange Center Mothers can rest easy after giving Murphy. 17-tf Bill Heads, Letter Head'. ;> Btesineulddand ; i i
II "California Syrup Of Figs," because in Cash Store VARIETY STORE "fl

a few hours all the clogg d.-np waste, DWELLINGS. for rent, opply to M. ,. YfaitlsgProsspliy'--, ; Eseeated. ... 8":
'
SOI
sour bile and fermenting food gently Tiller. Broadway I '!>> '
"Drop 1" U. :
Dear Gazette: Matters keep on the: moves out of the bowels, and you have te.8eo'II ." 'j ;
.
?mox'e. Every week brings us a little I a well, playful child again.! FOR RENT-Comfortable bed room, 10 Broadway.W. J. E. Mullennlx, Prop. The Valley Gazette."f' f ..f '

... nearer to our larger sister town by; Sick children needs be.coaxed: to centr 1l.loeated. Large porch. 5 ,.

,1 treason' of the work being done on our I take this harmless ""fruit laxative." I Brack, St. J'W. PrentU. 42-tf .' ,,.t,
.
road We do not try to stifle the! Millions of mothers keep it handy because B. MAKINSON CO. BROADWAY FISH MARKET: .. 'WE ,ARE, .AGENTS'
.
exultation that the idea of, they know its action the .,L < .'
on
/feeling of FOR BENT OB SALS:-Two-etorr F.r 0.. 'of a. Laret$ JJ .

1.goo* roads produces. We have been stomach, liver. and bowels is prompt. I tore building on Brack. St. North Hardware, Cutlery, Beet v SOS Broadway ..... ..'Aae ea-.("aU"
ffVwolatod forrso long it seems almost and sure IIIa1mm". C. Stanford .29-tf s.. Es .
Tike a dream to think we will be so--.:Ask your druggist for a 60-cent: and1laeia.ry. . "> BMwIq"l. ii w
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1dOH, to the world. However we willt bottle .of "California Syrup of Figs," AUTOMOBILE-;; Bnldc; touring' e Supplies. Phone i 270-L ,: 101 c.ftMI., .. -

let it go to our head to the extent which contains direction* for b btej) ha been' used a Tory little; win L. s \ ;"tI.Y.o' Bay of Uat"ti't'a tw r

; giving.aa the. big head.,' \iWe con-, children of all ages. and' for .CJ'OWJ1oo chang for town or country."real .r'l : ,. J..Carwy. .. Prep.. :. 'TIle- 'YaDq. ca--tei"- \ '

r it our dues;-bat are 'wRllnr'to: npa. .' "' 'tate.' Jj-M. Willson. ,Jr.' ' i. i .t..I.I''I.I.I.I.O'.I.I. .. ; .i'- ,\ flN.F.y '.It' ,-
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it ., TH'! &::1SSU ME.E, VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, APITL. Ia, 1014

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session In the Baptist church and the : it It's a beauty: If half the fruit sets Announcements :

:' : .STCLODD. : Ladies of the G. A. B. in the Christian SAYS Mr.' Triplett will"have 2,000. boxes of MEE.TINOOF'IAKE( ,
WILEY ,
' church. fruit next fall. T ", 1. rt '

Wednesday Evening. From here-Mr; Woodall and family FOR MEMBER-: SE OF REPEE"jJ:

Wednesday evening patriotic enter":, made the trip to Narcoossee, where he REGION PRESS CLUB SENTATIVES: STATE O? ,f'FLOldDA.

ii4 L talnment will be given in the Grand tpok part in the, Sunday< school and ,

; WILL DO Army- hall.. This -closes .the. encampment FLA. ORANGES preaching services' being conducted by \, I hereby announce myself as a candidate -?" ,

Rev.. B. II. Guy. Rev. Guy ir doinga (Continued from Pace' One.) to represent Oafeeola county In '
good worka.that palce, and preached the house of representatives or' the .1
one of hi. banner sermons Sunday; able discussion; arose regarding the FloHda legislature subject-to tjhe ac- ',

ALL WOODALL WITHDRAWS BEST 'Mr.; Woodall...... at onetime 'Sun*.' subscription 'price to be received by tlon of the democratic voters: at the

HONOR ARE day ischool suPerintendent.at Narcoos- the weekly papers published within June primary. S. J. TRIPLETT.FOR ,
; see, and it feast to these five counties. .. It was finally decided '
fROM EORCOMMISSIONER
RACE see him meet his pld friends. and strike that on and after December 1, MEMBER OPTH&HOUSE OF"REPRESENTATIVES.

,4,1 -- hands with them. I ''I. 1914, the price be fixed at not less : STATE I ",.

One r/light'thlnk that Mr. WoOdaliwas than $1.50 per :year, $1 per.half year OF FLORIDA. ,,-*

I. laThe' G. A. R. Veterans Pure Food Expert Puts combining business pleasure, and seventy-fne\ cents per quarter Being impressed with the sincerity**;;;

as these are --political days, and as he year. The constitution wcajgJLheo Jof the. many.,people throughout the''::, ?'

-, Kissimnieel"la., April 8, Ilu4. hopes to b. the winning candidate for I unanimously adopted. -I county who have urged me to be.I..j

: Next Week k- To the Democratic Voters of Osceola Critics county commissioner from the Second The. next order of business was the come a candidate< for representative ;Jtj'
County: : Right district, but not a word of politics election of officers, and R. J. Hollyof I in the lower house of the legislature, y,

I take I lhi. means to notify you thatI I I from him, but he has the 'handgrIPall the Sanford Herald was elected i and also being ambitious to serve the A';
_
: I have this day withdrawn from the' right, and'we can say when Mr. Wood- president, C.-E. Woods of the Eustis people among whom I have been rear-: yj:,

ELABORATE PREPARATIONS: I for coolly commissioner on these I I CALIFORNIA' FRUIT: WI'.L. DO JF all starts after a thing he starts to Lake, Region vice-president, and c.1 ed: I hereby announce myself as :
ace 1 1'
L IJVG MADE-TO ENTERTAIN= :' ground1The 'dew primarjr law requires (0s'E IS MAROONED IN PA- i win if it can be done by fair means, F. Johnson of the Osceola Journal sec candidate for the position -of repret't
but he won't stoop'to anything unfair. I retary-treasurer. sentative from Osceola county in the .
before qualify for
can
( IFIC COAST
.: -c4 I ._ THE HUNDREDS WHO ; elfin- that anyone he inuxt take" the fore.ICOIIIK I CITRUS Everyone who knows him knows him Orlando was selected as the next lower, house of the legislature, subject *.
I
- '---- ----WILL, ATTEND A7Vt' any oath : "Know-,all ml'n'ly VheHe! ,' O.KOVES.Washington to be upright, honest and' fair in his place qf meeting, and July 1 the d 'te. : to nomination at the June primary.

A, J4UAL HEU" j dealiHgs with his fellow man, and that After appropriate: resolutions of JOHNs-roNr--- -
,presents :Mr. well I .known to i
D. (' April 7"I not he has strong convictions and is always thanks the meeting adjourned, the I -
after
_ that
m< Icing duly :awurn
i ,
UNION. ;
say. found delegates believing that much KOIfl !MEMIIEROF LEGISLATURE.
willing to stand them.
he ih a democrat" nnd that he voted', 'only don't (discriminate" ajfain.il; 1"lor-1 by good
ida oranges, but I eat them every day. Leaving Narcoogsae at X i o'clock, j will result from the organization. I hereby announce myself as a candidate -
for in tin-l election) I I
t l.i-1 :
I i The department encampment of the no ""( national I am' ".1'\ fond of them and,. ndvibej I they ariiived at home at 4 o'clock, very I But that business session did not for the legislature from O -
hut
stator
I G. A. R. will be held at St. Cloud next dumocritHc, county,." i tintegular. : pi-ople'to 'eat all they can of them." "J tired, !but had a most pleasant, trip. by any means end the program the I crola county and solicit the support
I noin i uses.LJnd'i .
That'a, the emphatic answer of board of trade had mapped out for of the democratic voters in the June
week April 14-15. Elaborate preparations this I would not qualify, 1).1 I
Dr. Harvey Wiley famous pure food the visitors. At 4 o'clock a sufficient'primary. N. C. BRYAN.
are being: rnu UndOiwood mnu and a 'lark man st-c- i'ond I TREASURER.
of the many and the visitors FO"R--sOUNTY
visitors, expected chemistry. department of agriculture, accompaniedby
The H/I.I.H'vt'! "- II Wil.son man, for these I 11rea.Hoiin when hown article an equal number of our people,' Deeply grateful for the honor which
hotel and (warding houses< a newspaper J I
Kirst. Wilson AMONG>
' : IK a good educntoi -| I NEGROES' the.democrats of Osceola con
will be I 'chaining )him i with discrimination : were driven over the .city and out to county
_ filled to their .utmost (capacity I but 'unt legislator; I house
T against the I'loriffa product in a at which a stop of
: end reservations have been .secured! had Jii,. his. ('m/loy/ :) a" II'wralltlid while | ed! interview commending J the (' 1uot-1 SUBJECT- OF A CONFERENCE- TO 'ten minutes was made to permit the 'office of county treasurer two yNHrs

r from hundreds of private rcKidencfxThe he was a candidate a mill who i in at I Ills fruit visitors inspect; what we believe to ago, and assuring them that I greatly" j
HVioin' cneitry to our Ameiican poyernnunt TO HE HELD A..J'.NEW ORLEANS j appreciate it, 1 hereby announce' $
be the best
G. A. R. and the W. R. (r. will "I I ,iiaiithat -tatemertt last year I' < appointed club house in my.celf
In-ing it subject t" Ii foreign ] when I weiii California That is why APRIL! 24 I I i the eLate, and from the expressions of I as a candidate for re-election and
... keep open house during the cut 111- ''i\\ei' Thi.s wa.salle |1' j I the |' can only promise nominated and .
I mf'lltlorwrthe/ California fruit and AND 25. I guests we are constrained to bo-
: week. The program. an arranged will attention, flnd there, was a f-tatt-ment not the Florida fruit Had I been in I t licve they are of the same opinion. 'I'elected that I will continue to perform I
L ishued t lo( the effect, that Wilson had I the .
----be-as follows i Florida I would have said just as much Betterment of health conditions l /During the ride a visit was made to duties devolving upon me to the "
cd) .this ,ifian but he i is in I his
diKchar bi'st
.. Monday morning from H to I Id(I the { "l-'oi these for the Florida < 1'0"|> and probably a among negroes will be the subject of.a the Aultman gardens, and even Holly, I I I of my ability. ., ..:
employ yet reasons "nnd '
S. L. LUPFER.
citizens' committee :' great deal')' "mote, foi I eat Flonda'or-' conference to be held in New Or- who thinks Sanford the only place on |,
with Mr. the winch
he his )
.a Hylester in got nomination
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way ( ,
I iingos ever) day and that ,how!, whatI leans, April 24-25, 1914. earth where celery and lettuce can j "
Squires a,. host and M I'H. Ida t did I not vuti>-for, hi in. j t be1 FOR COUNTYCOMMISSIONER: ,
I successfully forced to
I think are best The call was issued by; the Louisiana grown was "
.M er, hostess, will tender a ' ) 1\I''h'l 1 have no apologies to make for the I '1 have frequently made- public State Board of Health. Th admit that there was no finer gardenin 'DISTRICT NO. 2. 1
Kti'p I took nil am not whmnmg for I purposein I hereby candidate .
1 Florida. announce myself a :
the New St. Cloud hotel 7'iO:: to !00::! ) not able for the nffice htatemont.s and given interviews rcc- view in to have health and educational fur
hieing to
qualify the
office of commissioner
| The entertainment county -
ommenaing: the Florida andad'lslnl authorities of the committee, under -
: oranges southern I
o'clock !
$ to which everybody is invited while 1 would like to have stayed the able of from District No. 2, and solicit
supervision Chairman "
7he decorations will III and to have been elected for there I { people that they could notfind R tat OF agree upon a plan of concerted the vote of al' democrats
be the
mont beautiful a healthier article of food acUon.Every. It. E. Swaby, had prepared what he at primary - j
: : and the St. Cloud string orchestra is sonic things coming: up in the nexty.ar | living; in the south. I called a smoker for the botwd. of trade to be held: June 2, 1914. .
\
or two that i.s. going to take person E. L,. D. OVERSTREET. 4 '
'Will play during the entire evening. and well! balanced I II I BURNS IS SURE knows that the death and mortalityrates and its guests to enjoy during;\ the (
strong men to meet
I I evening, and promptly at. 7 o'clock the "
of the whites not than
7ho host are higher
and hostess
for the evening them. I would like to have come | FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
up line of ,
March was begun at the Gray- ,
I in other sections. Records of small
will be assisted in receiving by Mrs. I hard against them so I could show HE KNOWS MURDERER areaswhere accurate statistics are stone and ended at Steen's hall. DISTRICT NO. 3. '.

f Elroina G Westcott, department the people what stuff I was made of. We will not attempt to describe this I hereby announce myself as a can-
PresIdent now gathered are proof. The rates
;
but the gods, or, more.. appropriate. j \ didate for re-election the board of
on
of 'smoker.. It would require too much -
L the Woman's Relief Corp; among the negroes are high and these
the J political one-man has< INIIC.\TE Bounty commissioners from District
power
WILL NOT WHETHER will
wIIJ-1 space, but we say.that the speech
of the
- joined with those whites make
AnnaSquire1rrltairman isf I h. wi) otherwi No. 3 and
7 Ko I tmr*>a-dy-I to solicit the votes of all democrats
OR :XOT HIS CLIENT.: FRANK i jiIS the percentage abnormally large.. An o' Lewis O'Bryan was the par excellence -
:
-. 'ptlon.jCommitt: ; Mrs. Anna Aus- in any othei way I can to keep Os- of anything ever delivered in a at the priroary to-bfr> held-Jusse-----.
2 baugh chairman ccola to the front as tttehanner cnuntv -\I l GILTP.RTL erroneous impression of health condi- :2, M!t11. A. F. BASS.
) 1 of the alignment of the state. Yours truly. I IO. tions throughout the south is the result. Florida banquet hall. and he i is receiving -f

committee; Mrs. Martha George congratulations on every hand. ,
chairman B. WOODAU i Atlanta, G a., April ?.Detective Sickness is the Senator C.; A. Carson Col.! C. E. FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER, <
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of the decoration committee among negroes con-
; William J. Burns said today that results of ignorance. The majoritydo Woods, Rev. S. W. Lawler, T. M. By- DISTRICT NO. 2. :
4 'Mrs. Flora1 Cox, chairman of the of his investigation into the sequence I herebnnno-unce myself candii i
-
murder a
not observe the simplest rules ot ars, lion. W. J. Sears, G. W. Adams .
,- floral committee; Mrs. Sarah Matthews TAX BOOKS WILL of Mary I'hagan probably would hygiene they help to spread infectionby and Col.! J. C. Veatch, also Bob Holly, date for member of the school board .
not be reported until late this k. ; From District No. 2, subject to the
we made ac
c chairman splendid speeches, and each "
press committee; previously had indicated that his prejudice again,81 preventive measures was tion of the primary to be held June 2 I'
,I Mrs. Isabella CLOSE MAY 1 1PROPERTY and the "Custom of promiscuous liberally applauded.The ,
Turman, chairman account report might; be laid before counselfor by 1914. WALTER BRONSON.
\
splendid orchestra under the
of the sick. condi-
t' committee Mrs. Hannah Ilofer Leo M. Frank under death visiting Housing
I sentence tions among them are-bad; this, prob- leadership of Prof. DeWit< Brown furnished -
/ *." chairman train committee; Mrs. ON WHICH TAXES for the murder. today. or tomorrow ably, is the greatest;\ of all the prob- music during the evening, and FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. "
'" chairman each visitor remarked that there I hereby announce myself a candidate '
Kenney, church committee lems involved. was : -
; AUK: NOT .PAl I) IIEI'ORJ'THAi' ;
I The detective who has been at work for
'Mis Maud chairman The remedy is threefold-to instructthe no better band of musicians in the county commissioner from ,.
Kinney, music DATE WILL the for nearly month at the District No.4 .
on case in the s' U th. subject to the democratic -
> tommlttee; Mrs. E. E. Williams, instance of friends of Frank, said onlya negroes primary principles primary. \
BE SOil of personal to make better While every .member of the board :.
.hygiene
_ These chairman ladles refreshments committee. few minor points remained to .be housing a civic responsibility and to gave his full aid in making the smoker W. R. GODWIN. ,.
the relief
represent cleared
i corps up. a success, still it is to Chairman
and for the T. T. (In another of thlti will enforce rigidly sanitary rules which (' :
Mitchell Post. part F.1.El"rIOo
Rev. paper "I want to be absolutely sure, he Swabey the major portion of the credit IOTHUT! ( C'lfAN.t :
U- 3 B.; Westcott chairman be found u notice feigned by C. L. relate to cleanliness, spread of conta- '.
; ; reception added, "that my report will convince is due, and the wisdom of his "
'Committee; Hon. G. F. Smith chairman Bandy lax collector, stating that the all concerned that I have, beyond the gion, etc.Tuberculosis. as chairman of this important appointment (Office(Huc-oiit Hoard( of County Commliulonerm. ,
committee state and county tax books will close so common among negroes ;'9r:'I lyKlorlda- M.tnd.y 1 .
printing ; Colonel shadow/ of a doubt found the murderer Committee was clearly demon- April 5th. /
Scranton, chairman badge committee; on the :0th< of April, and all property I of Mary Phagan." gives a point of attack. In its .stiated. A rvK-1-lj.r: m.-ctliiK of the board of
Qaptain Farris chairman badge committee on which taxe.- are not paid prior to Mr. Burns would not indicate control, the essentials are fresh air, r unty n.miTiJBiilonern' was held In their
The visitors took the midnight trainfor office In the court houBe :;
t cleanliness of surroundings and obedi- at )0 o'clock ih.r..m i-
John that time will be advertised
c.M ; Mr. Anderson, chairman and sold whether or not his findings would I their homes feeling that the day ii. on above date. Present '
: ence to instructions by the patient and : k "L. ;
assignment committee. .Commander atj'thbic outcry. I show Frank to be innocent. That this had bjtenrnost and Lesley, and CommUslonem .
: profitably
:Bullard represents the post in his of- By law the tax bOoks should"close would be the case. was confidently pre- those who come in contact. While spent.- '. pleasantly Ra,.. and H. W V Lanier K. Walker.A. f. Baa.. O. R. '.'I

ficialcapacity and will also receive. on the first day of April, but for some I dicted by the condemned man's counsel teaching and enforcing means of prevention Upon motion of 'ounty Commlmslon-.,

4 C .vThe distinguished guests of honor will years the county commissioners have I though they professed ignorance of tuberculosis,application to er O. K. Bans .Ulh.seconded by Oom-
t general conditions will be possible and Side Notes of the Meet missioner A. K. ...
." In line and will be as follows: extended the time thirty days. Ana ,of[ the detective's discoveries. f revolution. was. the CollowlnKV. : (
;; 'I'be: McElroy past national se- that custom was followed this -year, Frank's execution set for April 17 effective. .' Bob Holly denies beingTed-headed commIssioners unanimously being present. adopted1iva vote t.
.- G, A. R.; Colonel although we fail to see what relief it willbe automatically:'stayed by the Betterment can not be hoped for un- as he wears no hair at all. lie offers Int.artd conMnttnir; : ;"
'commissioner of business has given except the til definite and systematized effort i is his that he thaI one election dl.
large when
anyone an excuse born
; presentation on April 16 of an extraordinary was triet be" created out of the .
_ ., ;, '3ol 1 D. Z. Rice, representing Army landowners, 'who have had the uSe fora I motion for a new trial. made. It,i. timely to begin now. the hair had all been given out ex- election district number three Mild existing new "f

':. *i4, Navy Union; Capt. Wm.. Siggins, month of the money that has been Every l health officer and educational vcpt the red, and he decided'to fouithout district, to be numbered teift-tend". be-if 1
4- Commander Pepartment Florida G. A. d'tc the county since the first of November I official' is urged to attend. Negro organizations any. further "- .

: 'R.;, M...., Ida S. McBride national last.! I |HASTEN, YE STORK, -- fraternal'; health and edu- Joe Sears says that in the pioneer be Resolved prtfated! nut That nf one thi- o'xlllllnocdl.t election district lot I',

_ ..,t_.u.n of the Woman's Relief We are constrained to believe the cational are invited to send represent- days of journalism in Kislsmmee the numbxr six, aald new district' to benumbfrid

'06 rp.." custom of extending the time in I TO TAXLESS TOWN atives. patrons refused to pay for subscrip- Resolved.nine That, and Init 1 further
t hr-elrctlon
> ?.J .t'! Tuesday 14 which taxes could be works On April 20th a conference of state tions 80' he the district
L : .Jn morning, April at 9 paid a I quit printing and so .made RH Hfori-Hald' be and the same
1' 't1iiJ: : m.t: the W. R. ,C. will hold a. council hardship on the county, as it is forced --- health and fiscal authorities win be went into a business that made a man ,ar. deserlbi-d us followsKlectlim i '

:, !f.:.:: .6etln( Ig-and at OO. the conventionVproper to borrow money to J pay running fxMpertses r ilARRISVILLE. W. VA., JUST held and the state medical society will of him, even if he did drop his thirty brace all of district township, numlx-r twenty-five, : ten to south emi i '

.; opens with the president ofi.we while the bulk of taxes due I ROLLING IN MONEY. OFFERS convene April 21-23. I rents trying to run a, newspaper. of range tw"nly..v..n tiuit.Rlectlon .
department the chair.. The remain unpaid until the. last day In i -- I Clarence Woods professes to be a district number nine to em '

_ .\ 'president of T. T. Mitchell Corns No. fact it would seem 'to be the part of .SNUG BONUSES FORM PRICE LIST Of Mormon. He is maried to Miss Eustis brace rariRH all of thirty-four lowrmhlp) east.twi-nly-onC south.of .

:;JC-Mr : Anna Squires, who will make wisdom on the part of the state to BABIES.Harrnburg I over in Lake county and the very first And be It further rcnol'vcd. that the ,
", _'_" address of welcome to the many pass a law closing the books on the i dayhe was in Onceola he fell-in love fnrj-Kolntt .resolutions be recorded In %4

J ,4'ieI3tors.( Mrs. Carrie Laightton of St. first day of January, and not extend ; W. V'a., April 4.-With TEXT BOOKS : with the beautiful Miss Kissimmee the tiilnut.-s<-rH.of and the that Hoard 4h.nf same CotirtrCommlssloii be-

; J t j'ctersburg, Kit Carson Corps, will 1'0(-- the time a single day. It is said that surplus fund.s rapidly accumulating, and to the surprise of everyone, announced published In The Kisnlmmcx. Valley L 't
, d.6'( oomes introduction of the only certain things on this earthare l' this town o{ 800 inhabitants famousas I before leaving here that he Oan-tlf. an.-.. B|)a|>iT published. In OBreola .'1'

!."."Visitors, followed by the departments death and taxes and it appears the "taxless town," is becoming so DESIGNATE BY STATE SUPERINTENDENT was' married to Kissimmee too, and aUCeesulviwt''ks., count\'. nee. each week for four

.,J' i _dent's (Elmina C. Westeott) ad'idtR. that we put both off to the extreme rich through its ownership of gas and OF PUBLIC IN- I plead Mormonism at once. IM."I. ) ..; I. 1.] SLJlY. -

", !- s, at: the conclusion of whicb m-. limit -t.A1" .. j .oil properties that the mayor, ..backedby AND Travis M. Byars of Apopka provedto J. 1... tVKH8THKI-fr.' Chairman.
JUNE
pjjaJsykia-for> the departed will coyncil, has decided to.offer.a snug"sura S'fRcrIONOIt I be.the poet of the entire bunch and April 6th. 1914.( "rk 16-41
I L' \fKrllI
T ''held at noon. Adjournment for bei- TIlJo >I T. CHURCH. I a!* a bonus for every baby born SEPTEMBER EXAMINA- recited so fluently that everyone was '{

: "ito t*>. old Grand Army hall, where the I here. The mayor says that "it is the. TIONS, FIRST TUESDAY convinced that he too had_ fallen in, : "I have itf*
'TT.MitehelI; Corps will serve the AI i""U::: !Saturday'; evening Dr.,.,Si- desire of the populace that future AFTER FIRST love with Kissimmee. physician. "I will
_ sit in-'dls-
no longer
W; a. .delegates, the G. A. R. delegt.s or-rt vill hold the second quarterlyconfOren'e. generations may participate in the ,< Col. J. C. Veatch of St. Cloud declares -
_ and also the Ladies of the G. A. The official members are dividends of the most prosperous municipality MONDAY, : that. running county newsparer -I appointed expectancy. My fortune is

%:_ .delegates. free. Provisions have al requested) to he present. The doc- in the world." ,1914. is not responsible for his youthfulness secure."Have

i been; made to'serve 350 delegates a tor will preach at II o'clock Sunday Harrlsville is unique among cities of at the advanced ..ge of 101, edy?" you discovered a new''eID.' ."

t _4 _ KCocfcse dinner. morning. the world in that it Bevies no property -'te nt as he never thought of entering the "No. I shall invent '.
a trouble "f.
I have sent out letters to all the PubPost- nervous
'Ar2 p. m. the various organizations taxes. This comes about because the profession until six months ago, but that be
ushers paid can cured only by looking ;
asInto session again 'and adjourn at mejnhership of the church stating thaton town owns its own natural gas plant, Algebra Price. For now he believes he will live forever baseball at.

_ _ 4O o'clock. From 1:30 to 8:30: p. m.iImIn next Sunday special' revival serv- wells, lines and equipment. The plantis Milne's Hlllrh School _.-----U 00 $1.10 as he enjoys the sport of the game so a game.-Washinglon Star. ; ;;'

; C. Wastcott department presi-- ices would begin and! urging them to rented to the highest 'bidder, and Theory and Practise .- .,
-----
-' _---- eot,' and stathold their reception in begin by attending thfe Easter service. with other dividends derived from the Required. : DidactIcs Rabln'a CommonSense ______-- 1 OO 1.10 well.Geo..' W., Adams of Zoffo says thatan -H. '
\\t'
i.'r4 or tot the national president, Mrs. I, herewith extend a most cordial invitation lease of property on which, are lodated Theory and Practise ___n__ I'OO 1.10 editor from such a small town as I '

i'i; ; S.1 McBride of Indianapolis, Ind., to all the people of the community many producing oil wells, the municipality ArithmeticMilne's .Progressive. -. Book III .41 .61 Zolfo has no business to, attempt to .1i

Del'.the department commander, Wil- to attend these services and is "rolling" in money.-New QramrnarHyde's talk, especially if. he publishes. the
lam..Bi.raill"i of Ze'phyrhills, and staff, ask the co-operation of the. other York World. Two Hook Course. In 1 ruth. SECONDHANDFURNITURE

.,- t the New St. Cloud hotel.! This willI churches.The Enirllsh. Book. II.- _n__ 48 .RR Lewis O'Bryan proved to the press }: :

/ a beautiful affair, as the hundreds meeting is being held with Our History Republic ----m- .86 .n boys: that the southern orators are not
_f ipartment aids dressed in white, cial reference to the building ape-I G.B. WOODALL Florida, History--:-- ,, all dead yet.LITERS. ,
red ribbon streamers flowing the spiritual life of the membtrshiD Bennett and Brevard..54.. .88

1 1D1.'the; left shoulder, will act as a of the church and getting saved all AND FAMILY James Civil Government and Sanford.'s: Our }1

iird of "honor standing "at attenoflOfl whom we can and 'added to the Methodist Government _____nu. .60 .S8 UNCLAIMED I WANTED ,

\ ; the opposite side of the re- church such as may prefer membership Tocum's Florida Civil Governmentof _____ ,8O .88 ." ...,
,- hinlr-line.. The St. Cloud stringed with us. But It is hoped the SPEND A DAY GREETING OLD Geography- nn I have purchased the Stock and''j-
:h.stra.will play during.the meeting will be helpful to all the Frye's. Higher, Geography ,88 lot AT THE POSTOEflCEKlsslmmen
_____ naad refreshments will be served recep- churches. FRIENDS AT NARCOOSSEE Agriculture Stand at 15 Broadway and am now 1

I the dining r om. The Priscilla club Believing that. a revival of genuine AND NEW EDEN PLAN DuKirar-a Southern. Agriculture Schools u-for-- .80 .70 prepared to either buy or sell :-,.

preside at the refreshment tables.the religious experience, by which the life TATION. Ph.lploK"Y- Fla.. April (, 114 4, t; .-
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close of the reception of the church is made stronger and Ritchie's. Human Physiology .60 ,811 Advertised. listfor the. two, weeks I.
: -. a camp Composition ending April 10. 1914:
'wfll be 'held in Oak. Grove Park the unsaved brought to Christ woulddo I Mi:. Woodall and family left their Huntlnnton's Elements. of New and >.'
: I he'weatber permits, if not, in the our town more good than any other Composition _________u .80 .71 Aueustus. Nels (2).Msy. I Ui M
lone thing,' I ask the co-operation of home on Shingle Creek at half-past Readlnir. -Any text. Breirton. Ben (2). Msnlng, John :
.,. utiful new Grand Army hall. Wed- six Sunday morning and at 8 o'clock Physical Oeography Baa. Ray. Mules Mr. Hattie.

f. sada7 jbed'at9:8O April JBth the annual parade. all Brother the people.W. A.. Myers, a former pastor they were inspecting cane mill and Maury-Slmonds- _______ ___- l.0 l.SSOrtnorraphy Ha... Julian.. Mrs.. Nedlne.Munti.. Mrs C. W.c.c"e D.Campbell. . SecondHandn/ :

a. m., traversing syrup plant of the New Eden planta- .18 .? M. Parker. Mrs Ell...
and one of the best preachers in Aswell-s New Century Speller ;
streets of the Ida : f .
-principal city. The tion some four miles east of Narcoossee. Mrs. Plat. J. >
Florida will be with Furniture
aX Veteram will act as guard of us and do the Lou. Russell Mrs
na
4 EPISCOPAL CHURCH. . .
preaching. Collins. Miss Belle. Marvaret."Collins. .
irtT'Af, the,.close of the parade the 1 c !
Mr. Woodall spent some three year Hadle. Sha", Mrs.
utpseUiOflt. of-the various order.be'tlnued - --S.. W. LAW LER. with the New Eden company and saysit Last Sunday was Palm Sunday and Davlson. D. J. HenrettarDuncan. If you have furniture to sell- /"j"
i i' -
4 _ and ,election ef offiTh'T.'T. !- CATHOLIC CHURCIII' made him feel like home-coming to there was a very pretty service at the Foster. .Minnie.Raymond.. Tyson.Shaw. Ralley Mrs. Pearl.G. If you want to buy furnltu ...

; Mitchell Corps S EASTER SERVICE get back on,, the old place again. Whilehe :. above church. At the Sunday Euchar- Faction Miss Tomus. Mr. Colley...
inr, "/>'fTf a free dinner to the saw many changes, still the place let the school children formed a "Pro I LJxmle. Thornton. J); K. Come and See Me
I
At 9 mu'the several Hartsfleld. Mrs. WarleY Mrs. Orvdes.
P con. servioa in the Catholic looks good to him. cession" and marched from the vestry A. A. Wells. Henry.Harvey. .
proceed 'to business 1 T. T. will be held by Rev. 'Father After leaving New Eden he stoppedby throu h' the church with branches of I C. Wolkonsky.; A.

_ '.' It: C. exemplifying the i j, Benedict of. St. Leo Fla., Sunday and made,a short.call at the hone trees in'their bands. Mr.' ]B mry Sin. ..JOh"ao.D.. E. Wood. Mrs. Willie We are sure to treat 'you right.

;; i order in Odd Fellows hall. morning at 8 o'clock: of Hon. S. J.'Triplett.< Here he'viewed' gletary carried the veiled processional Johnson., Hattle.Wll.MI4s-. A.. Sadie.Ixtve. ..

_ a of the afternoon' sessions i Confessions at S o' lQck"l Saturday one of thi nicest: little (roves anywhere cross, and all singing the old;familiar' R M. Will Mattle.
-t ..of officers will be held. afternoon, and evening wIll hear in around Narcoosiee. Mr.;'Trip- hymn "All Glory, Land/and Honor to Johnson.; A. W. Ward. U. J. >.

_A.. P.'will hold their sessions English and German., lett has owned this grove only a'little..I Thee Redeemer. .-.'' There was a.congrepton Mr.tody.Macklamore.Miss Emma Williams J. W. E. D.

: : t rand Arml: :balL >The' ''. If there is tq be evening eervfoe.it: .'o"et tw. yearsbut; like Ida newapa-I( good and many com- B. B. SIMPSON:

W" ,-Corp.... ,.' A.will .hold" 'their. ;will be announced,,t annie.a .. I.per. buslnesi, -hevk?>ow _how tg' handle' I monicaats.",). . ptm..ter.It MILLE8t
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