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 24, 1914
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00643
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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'' ,) ' :SSIMMEE RAPIDLY COMING ',

:IN, ..t.. INTO PROMINENCE AS A CONVENTION GORDON"{ CAMP FORMALLY.
I STITUTED HERE LAST TUESDAY
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'. : OUR NIGHT WITH,, MORETHANTHIRTV For'A.t
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,.1f. .: that are aware that one of the most erate. Veterans was held last'] -
' 'f' important annual state conventions. is ti night in the council chamber, amore
' \ will meet. here on May 4 and 5. ., than thirty of the,, citizens .;:
I The United Brotherhood of Car i, KUsinttnce met and organized f. ".
r J penters and Joiners of America has a selves iftto a camp enrolled ; *" '
membership of over two hundred thou names and elected officers, .i ;
sand members inthe United States 1 a name and' filed formal '.'
and one hundred and twenty-five local : ... with the comeunderin-chiet at r
unions in Florida, and financially is phis; Tenn., tor charter and'. i'i'l' l
one "''Of the strongest labor organiza i constitution and rules',governing'
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bone in existence. -- liberations of the organization' , .
jj.I' Each local] union in Florida is represented I . The following preamble-was
+}' in the annual convention by :I by the membera-whose names are ;' ken

"! tw4 delegates' therefore the attend I 1 E1ijMETTfiTREET, }below, copy of Which we take ,
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n here on May 4 and 5 will be : RESJDENCE OF MRS. C. E. FRANKLIN; the official record of the meeting:: '
by at least two hundred men from different I,I __ -- -- ,- J.. w Bone of Confederate -.Veteraae-
parts in the state. limlnary Agreement and, Call_ ;

., rTprr6mlsecT The -local--elaborate carpenters'- ?rogram-union": hat'for CATTtEDEAt t U.S.TROOPSMOVEOrfMEXIGOr-; yoU 1 NftMEN'-- '1".U The undersigned- ,-of'-and-over -six- r'; 1'{,@ r

(s. the entertainment of the visitors, teed' years-of age, and residents of
among which is an address of welcomeby place named below, or its vicinity ,a; ,, .
Mayor May an address of welcome unite in this preliminary agreement,, Nt ,
the of the schools by Supt. I : and call for the organization of e ,, J
i on part GOES THRU, VILLA l LAUDS STATES STAND ORGANIZE TO |+ (
:j W. J. Sears, and address by S. J. Tnp- ; ; camp of the Sona of Confederate Vet; ;l isans.
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.,' lett on the subject-of "Organized La We possess the qualifications' ; ,
bur What it Stands for and What it required for.nembership in .the Con ''
Has-Accomplished for the Betterment : ..federation, and desire to', form said.
of Humanity." ANOTHER ON CONGRESS BA.CKSJP WILSON TCITY camp in order to assist in the aecom:' ,

i The social features of the meeting pllshment of' Its praiseworthy objectsand.purposes. ,
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'i"' jthe' city, a boat ride on Lake Toho-: I I i It is understood that as soon si the
s1 '$ and a banquet in Fraternity I I I requisite number of signatures have '

f 4 hsThe elkaliga coming to Kissimmee of such. Osceola County Cattle Is President Wilson Issues. Statement That The United At''' Meeting, Held Monday been organisation secured that of said a call camp for the shall formal be\ ;' .

a large number of experienced! men made, for a time and place convenient k
and the state's most expert workmen Forces tothose",. uniting b..... : c" '
Demand States' Is Dealing Now With Huerta Night 1 "
in their respective trade will meanjisnich In EverywhereBIG. \ We'further agree to "execute formal h V'v

i'; for our city, as every one will application for membership as soon as, 1.
lie the foremost in his local organization the, camp is chartered, and suitable ,i,
ti and an expression from him SHIPMENTS TO BE MADE BY Washington D. C., April 24.--United Estate* troops tnpved J ionill t't to"reinforce TWELVE' KISSIMMEETS MOST blank can be repa.....' ;. e &
on hit return home will be regarded W. C. BASS. FIRST .OF ( the American navy at Vera Cruz; the embargo on aims into Mexico was ENERGETIC YOUNG BUSINESSMEN ;' Dated this 20th day of ''April.! ,1911 -
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truth to the advantages Kiel at Kissimmee City, County of '
+ as a as NEXT WEEK. 'formally restored and troops were ordered to. the Mexican border,' although ,ARE AT HELM. '.
simmee offers a* a place of residence. ..... State o( Florida. > ,
r' 'And Kissimmee is. to be congratu primarily' relieve unu.nesl among border resident, but also *t a precaution --- ,; W. B.'HARRIS, P T1 ; ,
t, lated in-the extreme that her citizens One of the biggest cattle dash that against hostile military operations 'along the international I line, "You'll have'to abe Booster if you -' 'S. J.:TRIPLETT .{.if' ., "' M
.,, .will be given-the opportunity. learn has been made recently has just been 'Secretary.Ca'rrison annpunced that''a brigade of in antry'and'Iome artil belong to the Boosters' Club."' : ', ,.- '-, B. C. MILLER"4iI./ ki . s
the'true inwardness of .what organ closed here tor shipment of cattle ,This'is positively the first rule letdown t' .GEO, T. SINGLBTARYT .;
,a ,tied labor' stands for; what Its main from the ranch of C. W.-Bass to.some lery, under Brigadier-General Frederick.Funston.: had been ordered to embarkon b'pthe Boosters-! club, organized : . Nv:C, BRYAN, *4 :" '
., objects 'are, and what it has accomplished : northern cattle merchants, the names the four army transport at Galveston, for Vera.Cruz. \\o support the expeditionary' by'Xwelre'of the snort enterprising ;'Aii* i F. .f'* BRYAN 'si, 'DCJ p
for humanity. ..Too often has 'were'unable to obtain, but under forces of ,marines and bluejackets there.. The chance that General young''business men of the city, Mon ,W', '. '. organized labor men 'peen'\ regarded the terms of the deal.there will be. Maa. the' federal general.'might make return attack on.Ve r Cruz;with reinforcements day night. !-' . ? -.. Jl :i. C..L. HYATT" "!:''.*:', '
'but shipped onMay'; 5th\ 800 head ot'fat who is G.' c: LIVINGSTON.
", as the enemy to capital, always They propose that no one nota ,
A by those who are ignorant of its workings cattle, 550 head ofrthis shipment will and the possible necessity of forward movement!toward Mexico .booster'. snalLnave the.honor,of being ,GEO GILBERT.,. ._ ,,, ,*-_ ,. .
.. ,oJ' ,and aims or by selfish employers go to Louisiana and 260 head to West City to protect fleeing American and the Vera Cruz railroad, were the underly membEr.' ; nothing but boosters W. 1;BARBER. '

;i who are devoid of every love for their Virginia.Thn ing reasons for the military movement. will be admitted -to membership, 'GEO.,GARDNER.,,\p '
1s } fellow.tnan. ,' demand Jiaa been great for The restoration of the embargo on arms was officially announced after the which is a appealing feature tothose ROSS GRAVES: .. ." -I +
t' But Kissimmee has few men in the Florida cattle, especially from Osceola who ready want to do something LEWIS O'BRYAN* '1) oJ '
I:I;. business or prx>fesisonal[ class who are county, where, perhaps, the best gradeof announcement of General Carranza. the constitutionalist chief, that he regarded I for the advancement of the city's ROMA THOMAS. ,:. .,
unfriendly to organized labor, and the cattle to I be found in the state is the seizure of Vera Cruz as a violation of the Mexican sovereignty, had future.' ,j7 C. BUCKLES '"Si
,i welcome the carpenters wil receive raised. been 'considered by the administration. While Mexican constitutionalists here These yOung men have realized the .J. D. .JEFFORDS, ..., _
here on May 4 will come from the I Another deal of perhaps 1,000 head protested that Carranzas attitude was frinedly, the American government de I' needs of an organisation such as the t. C. L. LESLEY BANDYE.
i hearts of our people. above to work in harmony with the L o
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of fat cattle is now pending
: This meeting of the district'councilagain ] of our leading cattle men and cided to take no chances and abruptly stopped. the; a, shipment all ,arms. into board of- trade; .for some time( hence W. A. JOINER, ,

brings to the attention of ourcitizens" : the Miller Brothers of ranch 101 of Mexico. t its organization. R. II. MAYCHAS. '"
,,t the necessity: of a suitable I Oklahoma, but this shipment will not President WUson earlier in the day had.issued a statement warning General It is not intended to invade.the fieldsof A. CARSON, JR.; s'
', ) hall or auditorium for the holding of' be made for a few weeks yet, however, Carranza the constitutionalist: chief that the United States was dealing now the board of trade or any other or- H, C. STANFORD, "'. ;1
big meetings and by but \ sufficient to show that when ganization, but they feel that if Kisimvnee J.-W. MILJ.ER .. ,
;i' is and would continue to deal l with those 'whom Huerta commands, .and thosewhd'come BREAKER
with the H. M. -
({.t ,....iUs central location and super nat the best cattle' are wanted the outside is to keep pace on-
1Iraladvanta&8.&AJ.o merchants know) where to come to get to his support. ward march of other Florida titles K. P. BUTLER,: ';.
gr1/'r' mee will become the'convention city them.__ Both Nelson OS: .ushne..y. the American charge de'affaires, and Senor that it must have the services of !Its J. C. FARMER, ,
t. of .Florida' if' : .. the the Mexican younger blood In organized-effort. }. twill E. C. DUSENBERRY, .. ,,
/- proper efforts are put M Algara, charge d'affaires of embassy, have been given their '
with the board G. E. P
connection PARKER.
work in
)irward -by Daughters onf p sptKDewmber2the ( ;the> Confeder- CANNING. ClUB--GIRIS-- p SssporTi'r duration: egarced} .Washingtongovernmentjts'presagiBg; : orirade; : 'Trratf factrng1 manufacturing . ANJU1'I .

: trill meet here. The delegation war, but a of war by Huerta would not be one cpected. industries, seeing that the city is not After the names wen enrolled.th*
Jleft Wednesday for. Fort Myers The United State"his chosen Brazil toy look after its interests in Mexico.Wh discriminated against in the matter of organisation was perfected by the '
.1 .. will ''more than likely prove successilin HOLD Mf=ET MONDAY ;re there are: no Bra liofl consuls the French will look after affairs. The freight rates; urge civic improvements election of the following officers, and '
l bringing the Press association' as well as to boost the city to the naming the camp v- '.
fleet, ranging from dreadnaughts to gunboats ordered :
rrt o i 0 ere for their 1915 meet and it is the reserve tiny was to limits of civilization. Camp Gordon 'w..a, selected ...,the ,
.''. ;; intention of the local labor unions to I -MISS HARRIS. STATE AGENT.WILL the Atlantic coast of Mexico. No fighting of any consequence was 'reported 'We predict that this organization 'name' for the eamp'''e,. and the following C
,,id,,' I InTite ,the next State Federation of BE PRESENT. from Vera Cruz. The American land force pushed their way into the countryfor will 'prove of much value to the city I officer were ..elected: '1 1r -s
": ,Labor meet in Kissimmee. I three miles: and threw up breastwork to make their place secure. American and county, and that it.Vliil accomplish r N. C. Bryan Commandant.- - *- ,
There will be an out-door canning the major portion of 1U 5inderta raga. H. C..Btanford.+Flnt lieutenant. '
r' All of these bodies have a large attendance Consul Canada and Rear-Admiral Fletcher were occupied most of the '
oft Boosters' club will
demonstration in-the court house yard'Monday Officers the Roma Thoma-Snd UeuteD Dt.
at their annual meetings, and *' .
day in Vera Cruz in handling hundreds 'American refugees. British and
would'come here for the I afternoon at 2:30. Miss Hat- be announced later W. G. Hanlilns--Ad ntant ,
v i, they asking, for the beauty of Kissimmeeis mere ris,the state agent in charge of girls' German vessels took off 'more than 1,200'refugees at Tampico and a general C. L. Hyatt, M. D. _'--.. ._
iY;i a' p known throughout the land, and the canning clubs, will be present and exodus of Americans from Mexican cities was reported.The SERVICES AT CATHOLIC CHURCH C. L. Bandy-Quartermaster. j
')0,' of people is. household I will can tomatoes beans and beets. the bill '' C. A. Carao-Chap1a.iD.' \"
l' hospitality OUT a senate passed house\ appropriating $$00.000 to care for American aervic for Sunday April
invited brothers of Catholic
Everyone is the Lewis O'Bryan-Treannr. 'p'.
t world in state in the'Union': '
a" W* welcome every the Carpenters' District the girls and those especially interested refugees. Senator Borah declared. in the debate that larger sum would 26th: Instructions for children Saturday L. .R. Farmer rColoV sergeant, i ,
n ', Council, and assure the local car canning[ are urged to be there. be needed. afternoon at 8 o'clock. Mass at I W. B. Harris-Historian.: '
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,. penters' union that our1 people will do 10 o'clock -Sunday- morislag-and Sunday I At the .rnnrlnnlnn'. the. meetlnfeach .. ;tL2 .{
WJ's 'I..everything within their power to The C. W. B. M. will meet at the GENERAL VILLA LAUDS UNITED STATES NAVY; school after mass. Benediction, I member paid in>to the treasury !d ,
H. C. next Friday SAYS ITS GOOD OUR ADMIRALS BOTTLED UP VERA CRUZ 7:30p. m., and mass Monday morning
a \ \ make the stay of their visitors pleasant home of Mrs. Stanford Continued Pan'.12' ". '' "
VA afternoon, May 1st,. >,l 8 p.: m.:., at8:30am. i ( .on }. %
''-'t.C;: ', El Paso Texas.-April 24.--General{ Francises. Villa Head of the constitutionalist ____. =_-c-- '- .
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1 forces informed Consul Csruthers.,. representative of the stale department ; .

;us. ? that he will decline,to be dragged'into. : war with the United States by
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I II* anybody He denier any knowledge of the drafting of the Carranza Dote sent to Valley Gazette To Issue -' '' .fi a

The Board of Trade r'r Secretary Bryan which was regarded as hostile in tone. The rebel chief told ,.\ '

Caruthers that one-of the chief reasons he came to Juarez was to'show the Osceola Schools Edition > 1 :

American people that hit attitude was friendly and I that he was not afraid to .

Meets Monday Night trust himself on the border-without a mifiiary" escort behind him. Carutherstook .. -. ,f. .

.,,: ; supper with Villa and canvassed the situation thoroughly. I

or "Honest/tsaid the rebel general betWea mouthfuls; "I 1 hope the American ,On:nexf Friday the Valley Gazette will,/' sues a special 1 edition ,; .1v

'' ,- bottle up Vera Cruz so tight they can't even g t.water into iL Your admiralj.doiD. which will pertain to the tciiool; of Osceola county. '-', ,,ili;' ...t-

: something it.would have taken. us ..-long> time to' accomplish, if we Able' ucl interesting articles from the pens of the vanou*, readyt !"'.

'The Board of Trade wiU'lDeet 'in regular session Monday could .have accomplished'it' '.at. all/.* erV throughout entire county. will be, the'feat.... coupleaTwith' ,: yes'

t w 'night,-at .7:45 in the council chamber' and if is earnestly hoped, -' photo 'of \fur Osceola nigh. .school building, interior scene*;of class'1 ,. -Jc.'
TROUBLE STARTED. the Americans whom
BOW lery they
i. t :jthat tie full. membership. will be present.' Matters of/extreme 1 .Tuesday a detachment of American: attacked upon both from the housetops and room,library.laboratory.'graduating das;professor teacher*;-etc.; '' q JtJ ,

; },' }:'','importance ,WID be iGaenasedamongwbich. : ;uer :.A/nud-winler' ,' -. marines.front the*fleet .seized the cur from the, streets. The transport an-artkje upoa.tM growth of the chool;in.Osceola- i, ; toms house andralsed the'American Prairie Immediately began to shell the '* I
the'resourced > by, one of-the leading alai'f,; , \t'- -, t tol'
'.> 'fa'ubulkbeid'uig' tfs.Iaki'froat; propirly'adverbaing flag at Vera Cms,',which resulted'In Mexicans:' :,and soon they: were,'driven This"edition will be'profusely illustrated and 'wiD be souseihing'yo :r; ..

,Jf, ; r ,,of KHsinunee and hearing;i the report,of.the'committee t1n factories i'ud a ,sharp' skirmish with the: ,
, to ., : *!- and when the smoke of battle Atab/egrari/ .. ,trove ,. \ 'county ;jotdy: :} ; : ,.{ :I< '.
new eaterpr ea., ;>. ;SiiJ.-TOIPlJETTi.. had cleared away'it was found that 'Vera Cruz stated that mote than 200Mexicanwere ";f".j; .Demand'for.advertising( .pace. : 'has-been heavyin.ibisedition: 2,: ,' 1a?
I 'CF'lQJJNSON; : ,' uI""'. / four American.marines. ,had been killed -' tided ; ',c' r: *- ::,aad tboae-.bo'' haw 'not already, eciired.whal'space.tfiey'deaire: : "y i ,,PF>: ., "
,,. .. ,. all members of the .crewof, the'battleship The Americana aptarok Vera Cms 's
t. y do at once.'in order to b. this attractive edition;>r 1)
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.Secretary. Florida. the American ,
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L. .{Before slmmee Railroad Commission In" KJs- curred to my distinguished friends at the Interstate Commerce commissionhas the standpoint of merchants, but from thai time all of- these places were lawful to discriminate as'' between' )
Ft \' April 26, 191") the table there that they might reduc: confidence in a state rtae making; that of consumers. The merchantdoen't small towns. The excuse of the rail towns and cities T :
1 ,Mr.. Canon 1i'h.lrman: ; I was interior rates, instead of raising' port body, they are largely governed: by pay it. efti\er'i\ ; it doesn't come roadcompany was that it had to makea If the principle of the long. and short
.i : $somewhat surprised a moment at rate. Jam not asking' you to raise the rates made by that state body. out of his I; he very properly lower. rate to Tampa in order to haul rates contended for by'the rail-
I ;' Jhe. Intimation rather ago'direct any port rates. but that Is one way by Well now then fron\ Ohio river points adds. it j to the cost-of his" goods meet water'co, ,petltlon. that the rates road'companies is recognised, we'ad-:
r statement from my friend, Mr/Capps. which this question.c.n be solved. i the difference between freights to I and adds thecharge to the consumer. are lower rteathan would otherwisebe mlt the right of the railroad compa
L that ho was very.glad.indeed to find Now this matter has,been discuss Tampa and Kissimmee 4s fourteen I So all you can make out of it is that possible but were necessary to meet nies to make or unmake a town at will,
I; one friend, of the railroads. I don't ed quite at length here today. I han cents per hundred, on a sack of the consumer pays this freight. We competition, as I have said and justified.because'itallowed atid we.give them greater power over- "
: think the gentleman meant 'to l leave, often heard that th* railroad systems The difference between "r.ln'1 can't see for the life of us why our in-, the company to the distinles of the inhabitants of the'
L4 the inference that everybody who was! of our country employ the very beat Tampa and Kissimmee is nine I'ter .,town. should be compelled to use equipment and tracks and coal and small towns throughout the country "
here asking-for'relief on thU question talent, experts In their line; and I am per hundred. Let that I pay so much more for living than the labor that it",."would have had to use and of the inland towns throughout .J
:.was:not friend of,the railroads. here to say that I believe that is entirely wiped out of your body, and in my port cities. I don't understand why !lust the same. In order to make up the country than-istn.dmit to the state .:
Mr. true. I am satisfied we have opinion it would, in a very short time j',that should be. the loss in'handling goods at the low government or, the national government '
Capps;, No tn Mr, Carsonr.I_don't think he meant right hard tor one who is not an expert the interstate rates a good, large ,.> great change in the last- few years. higher rate on the shorter haul. Thatis The whole system is wrong, more
: to leave, that', Impression. I want to to get it through his mind. For portion of them: We have a situation'< It has not been a great while since the apparently good reasoning but let than wrong it is unjust and it is essential -
assure him that is not true,.and while Instance when these gentlemen tell us here to which reference has been policy of our government seemed to be us analyze it a little more thoroughly.: to the [ife, continued growth .
IT we are discussing. matter-I take that it costs seventy-two and a fraction made that other states make a difference -I to discriminate: in favor of certain in- Thirty years ago Tampa, SantoI'd, and prosperity of .the smaller town r
L .... >t'' we kre, discussing' it in the most per cent to haul freights, as based between interior rates and dustries. I saw\a picture once of an Lakeland Kissimmee Orlando and not only throughout the state of Florida .' -
; friendly spirit, and as the best of on the rates in effect now; and that port rates. That is true but they infant industry at the -time the government other cities were all small and young but throughout the country anda
friends, would discuss: proposition.. they can haul these freights to Tampafor don't make a difference of eighty per ban! to take care of them communities. The low rates to Tampa srone and organized protest should
The best'of friends"very often differ 60( per cent. of those rates and cent. I have_. rates on other cities; I I and protect them by means of this resulted in building Tampa Into a city be made. -
',> :, in their judgments on what is right I make money on it, I call that expert simply mentioned Atlanta.NowMr.Chaii'man high tariff we had so long and theq I while the others remain towns or very The* 'npnnla nf -Kljtnlmm" will bavA -
it;V, 'and'unless they do-differ at times i testimony. I think that is real' expert ,I it seems to me the infant !industries after fifty years! much smaller cities. Therefore. the this opportunity; on -i.f" r b26tii: '
,','- *.... :conclude one of those men is doing all I testimony; but that is the testimony -j that in considering this .matter there I'Just imagine the comparative size!II amount Of trade necessary to be transported it is hoped that they will avail themselves cl'i
J..,. .' / the thlnkinl'l and, the other fellownone. we have had here, gentlemen.Mr. are two sides of it should be consid I First as a mere baby in arms and to...and from Tampa bears a of it
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I!\\ . ; th... different matters Massey submits this morning ai ered. Some of the railroads say "We then in fifty years a tremendous giant much 'larger relation to. the whole The following pertinent paragraph: -.
Ii'J\\< the only way to get at the facts is to practically the law which no one has are perfectly willing\ to waive our petition -l' -stil/l/ he was protected in his indus- amount of freight transported now anent this important subject is taken 'It
I iN discuss, it'fully and_frankly. '1 denied among these defendant gentlemen except as to a very few articles i try. But the conscience of our people than it did then and if the discrimination -, from the Sanford Herald: "An Or-
I i" Now, if-I 'understand' this situation !{ that a railroad company has no and we will raise the Tampa rates on has undergone a change, and they gave rates are kept in effect Tampa-I: lando merchant tells us that he reC'CiVel j;|,
VI. as we have-had today the- legisla-|i right to carry freights to one point all but that to correspond." We are !I instructions last year change that will continue to grow out of prbpor- a carload of merchandise from" l<;
i#ti, oreof last 'year, 1013 passed a I law |,; along its line at a loss and charge it not asking any raise on Tampa rates.'4 proposition. In other words, public I tion to the rest cf the territory. Asa Middleport N. Y., a few days ago on '
iij:;]. : 4' ''that it shall Da unlawful for any railroad to the other points I have not heArd W are not fighting Tampa at all. sentiment is trying: to follow along the natural logical .sequence then the 'which the freight was 71V4c per. hundred
L' :" engaged 'in business etc., to I,1 that point of law controverted by any We are not fighting anybody, but are line of Roosevelt's "square deal.\ proportion of freight carried at a loss I The charge from Middjfport) to
t.-: charfre or receive any greater com- I of these gentleman, and I take it, simply asking you gentlemen to stand :, Whatever else might |>e said about will continue to grow althe\ time Jacksonville was 36Vic and from JaCksonville
brpensatioicforThshort-1iuI than'OI'-1'i', there fore. it must be good law or they ax the representatives between the him, he roused the pumic conscience rather than to diminish;'consequently to Orlando 35c. A*/01le.; i is M.
t I.$ long -haul over the same line, ''certainly would have objected to It at'i people.and\ the railroadswith the-view I I Jin a _mmarciaLand business way to In order. to make up the ]loss on this I about 1,300 miles and the otnhr less "a
same direction; provided furthermore.j!i I the time it was presented. Now then, of doing absolute justice; we are simply '-a higher standard of honesty and mor- growing proporl o f frolght"the j than 150. miles, ir looks to us ar if ---4,
t.r1 that the railroad commission might!I we have tzstimony that rates in effect asking a square deal.\ We are ask als, and the public is awakened to that rate to the interior towns such as Orlando there is something wrong somewhere. ,
t auspend that-on application, if theyiI rto Tampa are such that they 'an ma! e ing that vvp shall not he discriminated and now they are trying to establish I Kissimmee, Lakeland and Bar- Either pne Is too. low or the other too '.
felt .so inclined; and also providing I money on them. They are not lofting! against.! We dp not want you to give a higher Standard of morals, fair play, tow will have to be raided continuallyfrom high."-Orlando Reporter-Star. ".
that 'Whenever: the .carrier or railroad money and charging it to the interior Kisnimmee or Lakeland any artificial ]I and square dealing as between individuals :I II time to time. Every time they i
i in competition with water routes or points but they are making money. advantage. We are 'not asking for and as between communities. ''I are 'raised that much is added to the Simply means that Jacksonville has '
.5' ir, route. voluntarily reduced the rate of Then I fail to Bee-you BPP I am not that; but we are like the fellow that I I[ The same is true, Mr. Chairman in ,I growth of the favored' cities such as the rest of the state sewed up in her i
carriage of freight to or- from competitive nn expert, end\ therefore not bem{ an the bear tackled. He says "Oh, Lord, i all great questions that have arisen I Tampa, thereby again increasing the pocket and having made arrangements / -t
.. ,, point,, it would 'not be per-'I expert I fail to see how it is poxslbl-e if you can't hedp me, don't help the I, in the last few years. It has not been .: proportion of freight which must be-" with all the railroads and transportation -
mUted to Increase such rates unless to haul freight at after he.rinaby the railroad commissioners rates to Tampa and do it at a pr fu, advantage over us; don't discriminate fight over the federal banking: system. I This state of affairs has continued price of freight. If it were not for s
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t- it shall be found that such and you caniot do it to the int| .- proposed increase rests upon changed I points! too, at a profit when -there: is a to discriminate for us; all we wantis i itj But when you analyzed I it and towns have been allowed years. to exist only wholesale grocery and grain houses ,;
,$ & conditions other than the elimination I less,; distance to l he ('o'ert"Pnbably\ that we liav.e a fair deal. I found the fight was put up by the I{,,1 by the nature and not by the fair and other lines but in the present in- .
_of the_water ,competition. 1 I wer an expert 1 could under-4 And 1 am speaking not simply from affected interests, whom would it affect treatment from the railroad stance Jacksonville will not allow any (
,- -' ->J >w It_ha"IM fftffltb ere today tit fJnd and explain all that', but) f. have tt>:; standpoint of assisting our. littletowrisirithe : ? These (treat central banks of of the state legislature, nor companynor of the I competition. How in the world could _ ",
Sanford havea number-of wholesale
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'& by counsel that that does not -.me.rithat 1 I "been'abTr" -grasp-ltr; : [ interior Florida-to--beI NewYork.. They predictedserious. 'Stat Railroad commission.As .
the railroads cannot increase I I want to call attention, Mr. Chairman t come wholesale distributing centers. I disorder; but the public conscience houses when-tbe freight from Sanford
i-, these rates to water competitive I to Home inequalities!' in these .think that is very desirable. It is true was aroused to give: relief, with the | I endeavored to point out in the to Orlando is as much as the freight J
r points. I shall not contest that from rates as they are enforced today. I in every state I know anything about.In result that even though some of the I beginning: the whole system of rea- from 'Jacksonville to Orlando. The Sonly
/ -I -- a. legal viewpoint because I don't !' shall stick to one or two classes every state in the Union practical- banks thought it was very hard nine soning which permits any; such un- way to overcome this unjust dl.-
C , j know. But I want to insist that when ther "are other classes which we might Iv, you will find wholesale centers in ty-seven or eight per cent said "We warranted and unnatural interferencewith crimination in frejht rates is to put \J
that provision was put in there the I discuss, but for the present I will take the interior of the state except in the will come into the. system." They did the course of trade is vicious and Jacksonville statesmen down and out -i
,, i .5 legislature intended'to say that they | Class II) and class F. D is' the class state of Florida; and frankly, I don't n-it. have to; thy cotld have witn- false, and the logical end will be that and cease to patronize such cut-throat 'j
could not'do it. Whether they really i in which\ corn and oats are .shipped know of a single one in the state of diawn and ixvume tate banks and there will be a few cities on the water competition and every south Florida 'f rand
p-, said It "Effectively, I don't know; but and the ass F is ffbur. Now the rate Florida. done their business as before; but they no small towns, n ;- I do say that-a( best I could get at it, from Jacksonville to Tampa on a sack Now, becoming a little personal, I realized the public conscience was and that the railroads will not Florida and middle Florida. There is ':
the Intention of the 'legislature wall of corn Is eleven cents per 'hundred, have tried for thirty years-the hardest aroused to the point of fair play and a be able to serve them- because of the no reason for Jacksonville getting:: thelion's }
when gnee a company had reduced its and from Jacksonville to Kissimmee i iI is proposition I have ever had in my I square deal, and they have come into facts that the only freight that can share of all the appropriations
't ; rate to water competitive points they I I twenty cents per hundred. I submit, life-to establish a genuine wholesale] I the system. be transported at all must be transported bottling up freight rates etc." ,j
could not raise those rates unless there i therefore, Mr. Piesident it seems to business 1ind I have failed absolutely I 'site these facts Mr. Chairman at a loss. Carrying the reason- I think that is enough Mr. President -...
g: 4 were changed conditions other than j us very hard for anyone excepting an failed; I can not do it. I have a nice II for the reason that I believe the timeis ing one step further the railroad can- I on that line. And I want to say
'V S the elimination of the water competi expert-to see the justice in a point large grocery business but it is a' retail coming when the public conscience not make a profit and meet water competition in discussing these matters I am very \
S tion.' Now whatever may be the final 'two-thirds of the distance paying si business not a jobbing business will be so aroused that discriminations and are allowed to lower the glad we are discussing them in a .
-. effect ofthat when it is discussed in i hundred and eighty .per 'cent more- simply because tlvrf rates won't permitme such as the present rates be- rates in order to favor the towna friendly, nice way. There is evidently -
its entirety,:I don't know, but I am freight than the other fellow. If you to do it. It is because, Mr. Chairman tween Tampa and Kissimmee and which have water competition against a difference of opinion; but the way l
clearly of the opinion that when this take into consideration the distance we have been discriminated Lakeland andQrlando will not )be able those that do not. It will be Impossible to get at it is to present facts and i'!
1 '!'IJa". was introduced -into the legislature -; as well as the rate it makes It more against by the rates of our good to exist. I look. for our great Interstate eventually for the railroads to be arguments as they present themselv* '
4 it,was intended to be mandatory than a hundred and eighty per cent, friends, the railroads. Commerce commission at no distant operated at a profit at all and they to us. But J want to appeal to you .
S 4 that no larger rate should be charged but taking the rate only the differ. Now I take it that the reason for day to reverse a great of will hav'e.to cease operations and we gentlemen in a sense of justice and
: for a shorter haul than.for a longer; ence between eleven cents and twenty' the creation of tbe Interstate Commerce their rulings on that point. many I quite will comeback again to the point i fair play. I would not consider you
\ &\ >land,. that the prevision referring.it to cents you will see it is a hundred and I commission and of the Florida understand until they do we are.bound where We were a hundred years ago; were doing any injustice to our
-railroad' commission went Into It that is to say that all the avenues of friends the railroads. 'Vf. not
eighty per cent. the Tampa r.te..is : Railroad commission is that justice by them; but it has not been a. great are
SM is generally the case in legislative less than the Kissimmee rate. I fail might be.dene in all Cases between the while since our court of the trade will be on the water. The whole a.ldnathat; we are asking' you not I
'-matters, as a compromise proposition to.see that that would be a very Just shippers and the roads,and, more especially -i United States said supreme tHat the income tax argument is so ridiculous .that its absurdities to discriminate against the interior '
; leaving with the commissionwheth rate.. I I to prevent discrimination Now, law was unconstitutional by 'one vote. need oply 1 to be pointed out town qf Florida. Give us a chance ,'
el' they should do so or not. On flour the rate from Jacksonville it Is said that several years ago before If that judge had been sick that but however ridiculous the argumentsmay Don't hold us down to cross-road villages .. t
'Mr. Kay, Mr. Carson, let me Interrupt to Tampa is twenty-one cents per barn the Florida Railroad Commission day or away one a day or two or another ,be,. it b.!"for the past many all our lives. We are doing the ,
you because know you will reid, and: from Jacksonville.to Kissim was 'estabilshed'that the city' of Pa.. fudge the bench the4 decision would years prevailed and has resulted in a best we know how to build cities and
,; 'want the.information I will give you. mee is thirty-five cents per "barreL Itaka started out with the brightest have been.on different. Public sentiment discrimination against -aome ,.of the amount -to something.All th...',ci.:,
4, '"When.the 'original interstate commerce You must add to the Tampa rate six possible] prospects of becoming a changes, the public ideas of morals best towns we have. It is not possible ties,in spite of these difficulties have "
's" act /was' passed.in ,1887 there ty-six and two-third per cent; to produce wholesale center. At that time there Change. for Palatka, or Orlando or Sanford made some progress, 'many of them
'I was a -long' and -shorthaul clause in the Kissimmee rate. These gentlemen was no railroad commission. The or Lakeland, or Bartow or Kissimmee considerable progress; but as compared -. -
that.. That was" the subject matter of tell us that that would not do roads decided it seems that Palatka It seems to me the situation is this' : ever to be great commercial with the cities in whose favor this '-
.:great deal of litigation the commissioners any good to equalize these rates within I must not be a commercial center but You gentlemen are called upon to prevent centers railroad because of the fact that these discrimination exists there is no com
under Judge Cooley contending Florida because of the' interstaterates. I that Jacksonville must be the whole discrimination against the interior companies have discriminated parison; it is rather a contrast. Giveus
"'' and the railroads 'discuss'that cities of Florida. A much larg against them. The government has an equal show and then
( one thing; an : Well now, I want to thing; and consequently when a .Pa- as our
other.' It was held hi the Alabama ; feature of it a little bit. I wrote laths wholesale dealer undertook to er proportion of the people of Florida for many years made it unlawful to friend said to the rabbit "Let some
::: S :Midland case that the long and short the Georgia Railroad commission the ship a little handful of goods from Pa 'I live outside of port cities than live discriminate as between individual body run'that can run," and we will
Itf haul had application only to where the other day and also the Interstate. latka: out fifteen or twenty or twen- within these port cities. I dont know shippers. Why should it not be un show you how it works.
l 'conditions were those of pure trans- Commerce commission for some rates I ty-five miles on the roads leading from I the proportion, but I should say it was
that where there conditions that easily four or five times as many. If ,
'portatlon;. were bearing on point. What I want-I Palatka there was charged on that
such' water competition or ed wasthie I wanted you have in mind the greatest good to )
$ ;' as : to know the freight not the rate from Palatka to
_'t.. "'-?? something else that would permit the rates applicable from Ohio river pointsto that point but the rate from Jacksonville ,I he'greatest number .people, it seems .
I '!*,)charging of lesser rate for a longer' interior cities of Georgia and to to tht point. And it was only !',to me you will seek to relieve discrimination Good fences---and :.
Im S :.. '!)'Tl'; auL 'Then.there arose a great contention port cities of Georgia. You will recall after the creation of the Florida Rail- that has heretofore stood lots. them---will .
e over!the rates. They became ; I am sure you gentlemen all recollect :- road commission that that was discontinued. -'I'against these interior cities and 'put .
. .5 S ) dissatisfied with the course of conduct that a few -years ago one of the That is one Of the purposesof us on a basis where our people can ...
l '. ..wthat waa pursued by.the J'AUroads..and most vital questions- the state of the creation of the commission. live as cheaply so farthe\ necessities grow money for, you.Fenceoff : .-
S -th* rf>tnP''f''"",_*" IQIffl...when.the.acts Georgia was "Port Rates forAtlanta.Noquetlonofthatnturete.ettl.4." -And,-as" some'of'vou gentlemenknow, ot life are_concerned- and the things
-, I w1urtheramended-thls-64th--aeo' -.-T- hftfj- Bonn_UTtflll_hall;!_in_tryincr to which_'we use.....asjn !lLportcity., .
S tion was put in, which is practically until it is settled right. It must be create the Railroad Commission of or anywhere else 5- "'
*' q &>>pit in ,the act of Florida of 1913; settled right before there is any per Florida because I believed it was necessary One other point; I won't detain you 'your farm into a sufficient .
.,, and it. was.intended by that legislation manent settlement about it. Let us to prevent discriminations.- much longer. One of our papers recently -
S ( to practically< say to the Interstate see these rates from Ohio river pointsto our 'railroad friends are not different had some editorials on this
Commerce commission that the Georgia interior cities, and also fo from other Individual; we are all human subject. One of them, by your per- number of fields to get the
S mileage itself should be the basis of Georgia ports. This is the rate givenme beings. We want all we can get mission. I shall read, because it seems
compensation; bat they still said that by the secretary of the Georgia out of life;: honestly and squarely and td. me it covers the ground pretty
-t' ; "', <'there may be :;exceptional times and commission. I will read the rates from we getso1 in a rut and so accustomed :thoroughly. It is headed- !The. Logical rotation of arid the "
conditions where wilt have to leave Conclusion proper crops most -
if' 4, we the Interstate Commence commission; to see things along- given line thatit : ,
:i "? it' to'' the Interstate Commerce commIuIon. they ane the same, I believe.' This is .looks just right to us because our "There is a story told of a man who : -
rT /. .'and since 1910 the InterstateS from the Interstate Commerce commission 'conscience possibly is a little warped went into restaurant with his friend advantageous pasturing and .
'k'Commerce commission have been con- and gives the rates from Cincinnati along that line. And it is perfectly to get a special Sunday dinner which your .
'. .j.8IderiDa-.tb. matters. and as a rule we will take first. The rate natural- when railroad system eon- I' cost seventy-five cents. During' the
_f',8 .,';'-;:\,have -,granted relief' assuming it is from Cincinnati to Atlanta on grain trolled by human beings decides that course of the meal the "proprietorcame cash returns each
,, .always" on proper grounds. is twenty-four cents 'hundred; to they prefer one... town to another they, around and fell_ino conversation season are bound -
3t : Mr. Canon: But I do not understand Savannah it is twenty-three cents per can build np a city and they can destroy J with them and during the course i .
' that they; have issued any direct hundred. Savannah has the advantage a city. They can build up one of talk he made the remark that helost At
' ruling bearing en this question. by reason of its being a\..great Individual and .they can brinahim fifteen cents on each dinner that to increase. the same time fences
'e : 'Mr..Hudson: .Mr..Carson, for yourS port city of only one cent per hun down to absolute bankruptcy. I he sold that day at that price because .
S ft I t' farther information I will say that I dred pounds, and Atlanta I. some two In addition these commissions) are he was putting on an extra fancy din- '
h this lonlr.and -short'haul act was de- hundred miles possibly. from Savannah. supposed .to' be of assistance to the ner in the nature of an advertisement are an asset, as they add greatly to
:, sIgn.dlcokd after: the federal act, railroads themselves. Sometimes business for his restaurant After the pro: .
-' ; ;.*.- framed-just 'as nearly like it ask ,.Mr.; Kay: Three hundred.Mr. difficulties arise between' the prietor had left one of the diners said x
KIa', CarsonT. :. Carson: ;Three. hundred milek !, very best friends; and arbitration Is to the other 'Very probable it is true the 'value of any farm.
v .Mr. And if I understand it from Savannah. That makes a difference necessary straighten it out. But Ibojieve that he is losing fifteen cents on each .
", .k& correctly.the Interstate Commerce of about practically, four per) it is your desire and your purpose dinner he serves today.' The other ., -
;, ; ,commissions has never laid down any cent. At Kissimmee we pay eightyper to give all the interior towns of answered 'Y e., my God; but look how
1 hard and fast rule on this question! cent. more than the port of Tam- the state of Florida a fair show and many he serves.' Some such reason We sell good fence---American :
; the long and short haul but havepractically pa. I submit Mr. President that I. fair'play.. It seems to be a fact-I must be used by the railroad-company '
'S ,said that any rates thattheymay.aaree'to an unusual and exceptionally1' large will refer and make sure; if I am in fixing' the rates for longer hauls '
; : should be tenta difference. wrong some of these gentlemen will over the same road at a less figure Field Fence---made heavy and :;
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'live' rate.,'.and that each Individual Mr. Ca'pps: Not eighty per cent. correct me-but it seems to be a fact than the rate for shorter hauls and strong ,
I case ,will -receive consideration whenit more than Cincinnati. that; the rate from Ohio river pointson the same reasoning must be used also L. Ito \
_ _, c.' Is presented before them. How long Mr Carson:f .' Now the Cincinnatirate. class D to Tampa and Jacksonville) by the legislature and commissionerswho last. The prices are "
S Mi' ,)afore, they,will settle on an authoritative I am glad you mentioned that. is practically the same.. The rate on acquiesce in this.Unjust discrimination. very reason *, "
l statement'I do not know, nor The Cincinnati rate to Tampa i. twen- 1 Ohio 'rinr.points freight) to.Jacksonville .
_-, '- r' what their decision will be But the ty-six cent. and to Kissimmee is forty and Tampa' is practically the "The people who suffer front this able We invite to call :
ll S question 'We art considering here toJay cents; a difference in the Tampa rate i same, but to'intermediate points the discrimination and the communitiesmust ... you flDd'see; \ ; )J.
>i > u'to'm1'.m1nd'0n8 in,,which all''1 1a of fourteen cents. The Tampa rate rate Is much higher If It comes from either follow the same false line .;
_ _ <, r of the interior points of the stats haveS would have fifty per cent. added to'It .Jacksonville to Tampa we pay eleven of logic or'must Simply. lack energy: '
;vnr vital {Interest- ,.aa' ,well''a. the to make the Kissimmee rate. cents 'to ,Tampa and backto Kis-! enough to fight its vicious conclusions. us.
_ _ ' ;a Ort4 'tM-state.. -; .. Mr. Chainnan the reason I sag* immte. fourteen. making twenty-five: It,is almost suicidal it seems to me, - ,
: .lDteriorlpolDta, In..this,!state gested that I..thli: there seems to be cents]; while ,the' rate from* Jacksonville : to permit any such vicious system" To ,,' ,
_ _ V ,).Aye no need on earth ,to 'make war quit* a similarity, a very strong relationahip direct to nail twenty,cents. illustrate the false 'logic'te'wbjch! ) $ I ,
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' tl u I.aL,1h., port dtle. in this state. betweeir the rates charged lit We are',tied hog fashion'there'Isno refer let us suppose that thIrty-years '
_ 7, WI, 'a great deaf of those port intra-itate commerce ,and : interstate way to avoid 'it. So. Mr.,,Chairman, ago-: a'.lower' rate was. placed upon O I i'
\ Ita..I 4 Tampa,* and of Jacksonville, commerce. I believe it to be true that what we. want in Interior towns is not freight' from Sanford to Tampa tban [ a' nar ,at Co 'i
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jStgjiSrtBl thai of .waC.-bleb would ,reduce the >witbr of' .
rates' to ,these interior on-an.quai- any: the. that twenty odd years, ago a . ,
S i 3Svltt & fcvt we are imply here toEajSKri .. points' by a reasonable turn,,,that other points, and that th., high cost lower rate was placed upon .freight .
St 7O KeSminaUd mtlenten Uldnabat. he. interstate! rate. would'WryTsoon of living may be.reduced accordingly: : : from Jacksonville to Tampa than from I' The aiortteStore;; 'of" KJsslllllie (
.. be against ''I follow In th..rwak.I. dont.mean we want our consumers;on 'tin equal,.Jacksonville to Kissimmee.._ ,I am Informed : ,.. .' t'
t ,. : .... te all.. th. argument presented they are compelled. to do that: t dont tests wKh consumers,In other towns i I that these are facts aDd that; .., .... .. ... ...., ... ,..- . u j, "" '
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.t\e Union. Of the more than 27,000- groves than In any country under the covered is an erroneous one. The I the attempts at explaining the methodof '" u1.Y

('..of1\ acres, 'less than 10 per cent is broad canopy of heaven. pegs, which later develop into pods soil securing the ,count for the result
actually in cultivation. It is not be- Florida has room for ten million of will push their way down into the of the first and second choke votingare
the land is because is the time to come.-Florida if plenty of loose earth is provided."As .
cause! poor, nor I you. Now in error, we offer, the following
the climate is bad, nor because we are ,I Metropolis. 'I a general rule it is best to usea simplified solution of the problem, I
cultivator rather than turn Citrus GrowersOur
a :
light
not lear the markets. It is because : - --- -- which are deductions from the! law:
Florida has been overlooked. It'is because plow or sweep. If weeds or grass be-
In a given precinct, for example, I ICOU
the state has not had the attention HOW TO PLANT GROW. come very troublesome it may be necessary -
there should be fifty voters,
from' her own people, nor of the to use a sweep, but, if possible, and suppose they should be voting for three new Spring Citrus Book entitled BE ON TIME is now ready.It I

world outside, that she has not been AND MARKET PEANUTS keep the soil stirred and prevent the candidates for representative: John tells what fertilizer to use, how much, when to apply, and many I
growth of weeds. It is often neces-
developed. Richard Roe and Jones. other valuable management.
to a hand hoe to keep the Doe, Henry points on grove _I
, In point of climate, that in Florida sary weeds and use grass down in the rows." The Ballot that they would vote would Send for copy and also for our leaflets Acid Soils. and Lime:
cannot excelled in Amer- be in the form
, anywhere fololwing :
err ica. Come 16 Florida, and we will Washington,!). C., April 22.-"Plant .' Its Forms and Effects\ I
peanuts in the spring, after all dangerof FRANK CLARK FOR REPRESENTATIVE. For For
show the most equal climate in
"5 the world you, with more sunshine when frofct i iM past and the .soil has become I let 2d WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER. CO. I
warm. As a rule it is !afc to VOTE FOR ONE. choice. choice Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers "
needed and more rain when wanted, OFFERS GOOD BILL ;
than any country possesses. plant u little later than corn or beans RICHARD ROE -----4

J' Plant the Spanish peanut about six JOHN DOE ___ _ _ __ .J.. I i JACKSONVILLE t
Come to Florida and we will show
inches in the row, with
to eight apart HENRY JONES | I "
the finest soil under the We TO ERECT FIRE unn
I you sun. about thirty inches between the rows, PROPOSES .
-- ----- - - - --
o will show: you land producing 120 advises the department of agriculture. PROOF BUILDING TO HOUSE Suppose that twenty-five of the electors .
<
bushels of corn to the* .acre; we will NATIONAL AH-
should first choice for Doe
"Select of well drained, vote tVt\
show land five six and a piece .
you producing loam soil that is well supplied CHIVES.By and as second choice thirteen shouldvote
sandy
T
seven crops of alfalfa and other haya with vegetable matter and humus. If for Roe, and the remaining twen-
;; we will show you land producing Winfield Jones.) I'I'.t '
year sandy loam soil is not available use'' ( ty for Jones; and of the remaining
the finest potatoes, and more of I have. Plow the D. C. 20. Authorization twenty-five votes, suppose twelve
soil April
the lightest\ you Washington, -
them, than in the world,
country
fi any should vote first choice for Roe, and
land six to eight inches deep during for the proposed fire-proof
will show land the
-We you producing {the! winter_or early/ spring And put national archives building is provided t.haLJleven of this thirteen should vote
t :
finest tomatoes, ht>anfelerv, cub- -5l1PERTOR SERVit ,
Y
the soil in the beet possible'condition Tor in- a "bill ofrered llT the-house"'by) second choice} 1W Dee,and Xhervmaining '
-
, ;other bags, lettuce vegetables, turnips practically, carr ts and all I by disking, harrowing and dragging Representative Frank Clark of Florida ] six for Jones and of the remain RTEO USTR EATM ETNT- 1,

every or rolling. Harrow the soil every ten chairman of the committee on ing twelve votes cast at first choice
N month in the in I
largely profitable
N year I days or-two weeks up to planting time public buildings and grounds. Te for Jones, suppose six should vote
quantities. We will show the fin- sec-I
you I to kill the weeds This will lessen the structure i is to cost 1,50(1,000) ) and is ond choice for Doe, and six for
est in the world in
sugarcane grown work of cultivation and hoeing. The I to contdin 3,000,000 cubic feet of space The inspectors of the election in this
large quantities and at big profits. We .t
peanut is u crop that i is adapted to I for records and documents. A commission precinct would fill out the returns to I
,will show the finest of
you groves or- the southern states and can only be I (composed of the vicepresident be certified to the county canvassingboard
nges, grapefruit, avocados, guavas, in the following form:
climate. of the house and
cultivated in a warm speaker secretaries '
.
pineapples and all tropical '
ananas electors voted 25 first ComprehensiveService '
and interior Twenty-five .
f "The seed need: not be shelled. They I of the treasury, war
nd citrus fruit.V(' will show you
choice votes for Doe and 13 second
the bill provides, shall select the :I
be planted by hand or with a one- ;
in mid-winter that
strawberry patches may ,
choice votes for Roe, and 12 second .
site.
horse planter which will drop I e 'c
produce berries at-CO cents, 76 cents peanut choice votes for Jones. '
l (and. a dollar a quart for northern the pods at the desired distance, if the In token of the birthday of Thomas Thirteen electors voted 13 first , I- I..
s sOur
.I {markets. We wit! show you everything machine is properly regulated. When Jefferson, the godfather of the demo- choice votes for Roe, and 7 second -
|that grows in the ground, in quantity planting by hand open the furrow with cratic party, Representative Clark recently choice votes for Doe, and 6 second banking service has a well earned )

,1' and quality equal to the most productive u small turn plow or a single shovel delivered a tribute to Jefferson choice votes for Jones. for promptness and '
reputation
I' | countries in the world. plow, and after dropping the seed cov- accuracy. :. !
1 : in the house and offered a resolution Twelve electors voted 12 first choice '
Come to Florida' and we will show er to the depth of one and onefourthto proposing that President Wilson, votes'for Jones, and'6 second choice < :
f you *om6 of the finest improved roads two inches, depending upon the 'Chief Justice*White and the votes for Doe and 6 secdnd choice '
soil supreme We believe will appreciate the care i
character of the soil. On a heavy you
i in/Akuerica. We will show you country .
court of the United States, and Speaker votes for Roe. ,
roads paved with brick 30 feet cover about one and one-fourth inches, ful attention we give transaction. ;
every
Clark. be appointed a commission to The canvassing board in tabulating ,
[wide and 26 miles in length. We will and on a light soil cover one and onehatf investigate a suitable permanent mem- the above returns in ofer"to deter ..'{,. ....

,Vfhow you the finest macadam roads to two inches deep. It will require orial site to mark the Jefferson birth- mine the nominee, finding that no candidate S. h

over which you can travel hundredsof one and one-half to two bushelsof place at Old Shadwell, Vac has a majority of first choice t' '
peanuts to plant an acre at the distance Your Account
'
[ miles. We will show you cities votes, proceed by eliminating all the
|with every modern conveniences, paved suggested. A revolver gripped\ tightly in his candidates except the highest and) r ;
streets, and everything that makes 'The cultivation of.the peanut crop left hand and a bullet wound throughhis next highest in first choice votes, is Invited -iI<, ir";
.for the comfort and happiness! of the should begin soon after planting; A head, told the story yesterday aft- which would be Henry Jones in the t

JSeople. one-horse weeder may be used cross ernoon of the death of Ernest Prosser abova'case; and to determine the nom. t. .
Come tor Florida and we will' show wise the rows to break up the crust Holcombe, well known in Florida, sup inee they would add to the first choice j .

(you the most healthful country in the and kill the -small weeds before the ervisor in the Indian service found totes of Doe and Roe., those second ,Arthur E. Donegan, ,. P. I Weaver, .p.President. .
Mvorld. We will |how you a. lower pereentage peanuts come UD/After they are large dead in.bed in room 32,the National choice votes that were,, east.as first ,
. of mortality than that shown enough so>> the rows can be followed, a hotel. choice for Henry Jones. The result in ..CuhkrF" ,
[by any other country. small tooth- cultivator should. be used. Coroner J. Ramsey Nevitt isnaed a the above case would be 31 for Doe, t r '
w \
Come to Florida and we will show Frequent, shallow cultivation should certificate of suicide. Holcombe left, and 19 for Roe consequently Doe Z" fs
k .you the most hospitable, intelligent be given to keep the soil loose and the addresses of several persons writ- : would be the nom(nee.

i i ) and progressive people in the world. prevent loss of moisture. ten on a slip of paper, but did not ex Of course, to get the totals before .,

k We will show you communities in "Stable'or barnyard manure should plain his act. It is believed ill health any eliminations are made, the votes *

g (which you can live and be happy to a.irtpe not be used the same year the land is was responsible. It was rumored he of the several precincts are totaled for .
y; old age. We cannot show you planted to peanuts because of the had been demoted recently, but a rel- each .candidate, and no elimination is eps
a 5 that fabled Fountain of Youth for great number of weed seeds in it. The ative stated last night this was not made until the total vote of each can- _

.'Which Ponce de Leon sought so long use of manure tends to produce a rank true. didate iar tabulated.IF -- pct t e wlra ors alt ''
{and believed he had discovered in growth of vines with a large percentage Holcombe formerly lived in Wash K'-t a rnec .marl to.ua. l l1t.Y

p .The Land of Flowers," but we will of poorly filled pods. Apply the ington. He was fifty-three years old, YOUR CHILD IS CROSS, h allow MMlaa 7 taeT
tiihow'you people who have lived such manure to the crop grown on the land and had been in the government serv- ,

'happy, comfortable, sweetened lives in the previous season."Commercial ice for twenty years, the greater part FEVERISH, CONSTIPATEDLook v

4+ r our matchless land of roses, romance I fertilizers give good of which he had spent in the Indian d

f .I't and riches that, although they have results when applied to peanuts, and service. He arrived here. from Jacksonville Mothers! If Tongue JI Coated, .* [
s- ; (: passed the proverbial three-score and for large yield 600 to 800 pounds to a day or two ago.LEROY Cleanse Little Bowels With "Cali .

r4 ten, they are as happy, as sweet and the acre should be used. A good po- ,
fornia
t smiling, and as much in love with life tato fertilizer, or one analyzing two KULP SIGNS Syrup of Figs.
\ i'iJ: and all that life holds dear as they to three per cent. of nitrogen, six to

.;"" ,- eight per cent. of phosphoric acid and PALATKA CONTRACT Mothers can rest easy after giving ) V

-and we. will show six to ten per cent. of potash is about . "California Syrup of Figs," because in
; ynFlorida in the world right." This fertilizer can be secured a few hoursr-all- clogged-'lJV'WaIl'te;1 -

good every hour of ready mixed, or by mixing 250 to 300'' WILL PLAY FIRST BASE FOR sour bile and fermenting food gently i I

ry day of every year that tolls by. pounds of cotton seed meal, 400 to 450 ABOVE CITY IN TilE EAST moves out of the bowels, and you havea RaisedFrom When J1
tr r will show you the limpid lakes and pounds acid phosphate, and 150 to 176 well, playful child again. I,
of the interior in of muriate sulphate of COAST LEAGUE Sick children needn't be coaxed to
t st am 8 abounding pounds or pot- an Errand-Boy The Pangs' Hunger : 'f
fl' fish' and over the shimmering'sheet ash. If other sources of nitrogen take this harmless "fruit laxative." "
floator ahd be securemore LeRoy Kump one of the best base- Millions of mothers keep it be- ::
-of whose pellucid may phosphorus potash can handy '
Kissimmee! On Our Meats Demand Steak
watersJou ball has had a 1;
sail all day grow advantageously, they may be players ever cause they know its action on the ,
tired at all. substituted for those mentioned. the pleasure to boast of, has signed a stomach, liver and bowels is promptand .
contract for the season with Palatkain sure. He Performed Some Order It Here .
tf Come to Florida, where every citi- "Peanuts require an abundance of the Eeast Coast League, and has Ask r rYou'll :
your druggist\ for 50-cent
( S Zen holds open the door of opportunityand lime for proper filling and ripening of ,reported for work. He will play first bottle of "California a "
Syrup of SuccessfulCommcrciol l
welcomes you within, where every the pods. Where the soil is deficientin base. Figs, ;
band is a helping hand and lime an application of about 1,000 which contains directions for babies, (
every way with I
Last Kulp the "
was .
is a welcome. Come here to make pounds of fresh-burned lime to the fast Waycross year young team in the Georgia children of all 'ages 'and for grown Feats Make. No Mistake J:

your fortune, and stay to spend the acre should be made. Apply the lime State League until an injury to ms ups. I
happiest and most comfortable daysof broadcast and harrow it in. The fertilizer -
your life. may be applied broadcast or in ankle necessitated the latter his leaving part of the June game, which for, Trade unions In Holland have a I RULL BASS MARKET Phone 189 3O4 Broadway I

Come to Florida,iWlKsre every wordis u narrow strip where the rows are the sea lIOn. This badly disorganized membership of over 70,000.
a welcome; every day is a door of to be planted. A one-horse fertilizer the and +
Waycross
strong aggregation n
opportunity, every year a record of re- distributor is oftl.'n.used. for applyingit close observers was the primarycause Subscribe to The Valley Gazette.

pose and comfort. Come to Florida in the row. It is important to mbI of their losing say the bunting for : I x

.OOOO.oooooo oqooo oOOOOO I
1913.When


n OLD FOLKS FIND NEW REMEDY RELIEVES 0 a the try-out first Kulp sack he reported found situation.six to contendersfor Waycrossfor After a . ...D. B. W06IIEH IRSOBBIICE>a OtIE cY....

this six FOR
thorough' try-out were gradu- SALE
1 ally thinned down one at a time, and o;'ur
ALL KIDNEY AND. BLADDER MISERIES in the final tests Kulp was selectedfrom Successor t. Artkor.E. Dencfaa Agency

among this number to play For al nxrhanxe' for Kl.- Room No. !9 Second floor Citizen Bank BaUdinc. Phone 246 ( '

N Drive Rheumatic Pain Away. from the blood and drive it out of throughout the season.<< Immee erooe either vacant .
That he will do stellar work with or Improved. restaurant doing!
Backache arid Bladder the syttem. rood builnrti.; belt location. In In
Relieve It, matter not hoof-oM-you 'ire or Palatka this year is a certainty, and an excellent little city. General Insurance Business representing the strongest and mast
Disorder After A his friends in Kissimmee will
how long yon have suffered Croxoneis many
Few Doe Are i so prepared that it is practically watch with keen Interest the progressof For .&!--a fine suburban Reliable mpaale..
the Palatka team this season. home of twenty acre., about one-
Taken impossible to take iJ into the human
> halt of came being nn. celery We will continue; the Business of the Arthur E. Doaegsn Agency r '
,
without results. You will find
system land balance fruit land. Price
Sleep disturbing; bladder .Weak-I -different from all other remedies QUICK TRANSFORMATION.invited and terms reasonable. without change-Your patronage i a re.p.ctfuUy.olkltsd.
A minister to
.. Messes, backache, rheumatism, and There is nothing else on earth likeit. young was .
his vacation at the homeof
jf[ jhe- many other kindred ailments It starts to work: immediately,, pass usmrner A fl '.j-oom house In excellent .
"1 which to commonly come with deeJiilp. and more than a few doses are seldom -; a wealthy member of his congregation condition on !good itrete and the .I "
.. need longer be a source required to relieve even the says the New York Sun. The beat of nelll'hbofa.An ) '
(tag years, no little daughter watched the young man ee000iio. eei0i04o. .e
, of dread and-misery to those .who are most chronic obstinate cases. J. W. ThompsonFUNERAL 1 ,1
closely during the visit and one morning excellent farm on which Is
'..pait the middle age; of life. It is the most wonderful remedy: ; sat down beside him and began to a One young grays, new' houM, LEWISnp'BRYAN;
The new discovery Croxone. over ever made for restoring the lifeless deep well In fact everything' thai j .
disorders because it.re- .to health and strength and draw on her slate. roes In the makeup of an excellent
such
all ; "What .?" the minister Information ATTORNEY AT LAWSPeCIALIZINQ. .lJ".I: ;
;.. moves the very came of the trouble. It riding, the system of every particle are you doing' farm. For .:

,?,7 osks right into the kidneys, through of..urie acid and yon can take it with VI'mgoing to draw picture I ," .. DIRECTOR +4.,..4'.. l. w j, .t'

;,the wall and linfeffi; cleans oat the the utmost confidence that nothing the child. year T Ak Mr. SummersLkiv4ar / andLICENSED r.IN )... f :
1, ffl.Mterlng glands and cells. and on earth wiU .so qoickly; . can snch' reed sat very still and I / 'f''i ': +rar f
.gives 0./ kidneys new,strength to do conditions , ) .. *'. young man Cotta EMBALMER ABSTRACTx: ..rI',7' \7'J.!: .
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worked .
"' the little gIrl, away earnestly. ". '.. ". ,
their'work properl7' It aeatralizel .#' You ean.lobtaln'mn original package ; ; 7
dissolves the poisonous- vie r acid rand of Croxone,at trifling cost froG: Suddenly.shestopped and compared son .Tenneld street. .South 1Ue7 AND _"' . 'AI' ,, f' '1 J
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in first-class druggist- All druggist herwerk with the original.-"a> ; .1.4; _' .... .-.-...,rS,",," *j'im,2. ..a "" jfit.i' *lv-l, "..&f, ... ..* ,.< TITL""WORK"\ ."t'II
nbttances"'that lodge,, !the joint any '. <""I dont like it veryopr ranch she atld;.' ,r.I.:0. .... ; -o- ..' 'i. : ; ; +: .. : !I .
'fad'. muscles canting'filter rheumatism and sift; sre the' authorized price U personally'jCroxoM.pMu11 retnr* 'I "r.. J'1l.p" .a.tan on ,it.and call : r, '. ,:- ;( :s'itro1h . :' ; . ; 'si n..4jeI; --- 'Ar's.e' !TAT, ..A Nic' NkPQ.! : : ',f"'. y 'f: 'ri't..t. ).);..' ,

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)t .... I. PAGE 4.: o'i r- THE; KISSIMMEE. "VALLEY GAZETTE;. . .. FRIDAY, APRIL 24; If 14f.v '

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east of the railroad station"'of Olustee. For' growing"celery and a few similar .

.. ABE LINCOLN( in 'a"pine forest: crops if hal been found advisable to ; .. ,

that Evidently General General ColQ: itt.would Finegan be believed forcedto EVERY place trenches the in plant order that in furrows the soil or removed alight \ \ \ ',Cow Peak! .Cow, Peas! Cow Peas!':i ;

retreat to the entrenchments, with may be available for working in Clays \ -"t ,00 per Bushel
the"-encmy pursuing him, and that the I : around the plants a. they mature.In ---.F..M..a$3 2S bushelUnknowui 1
'DJRECTEDTHE Confederates would then have an advantage I SUBURBAN the broadest sense the entire garden Irons -_-. ta---------- pe?

i': that would outweigh the preponderance is a seed bed; as the seeds of manyof _.:.----i.-------.'------.. 325 per bushelWhippoorwill 1' "
in numbers of the Feder the crops are' planted where they 3.00 per bushel I
------------------ ---
ala But fearing that General Colquitt are to grow. As the term "seed bed Mixed,' Peas _r,... 2.85 per bu.hel\ I .
"" ----------------- '
would be too seriously engaged to retreat is used here it refers to some specially -
OLUSTEEFlGHT without great loss General Fine I II HOME prepared place for starting plants Velvet Beans ____--___?- 3OOperbushelWe I

I gan ordered his forces, lens the en from which they may be transplantto 1 pay freight on all order for 'one bushel or more at above price |

trenched section, on the field, he himself their permanent positions in the "
r ', leading. garden. The location of an outdoor IF WANTED IN LARGE quantities we 'will promptly mail samples .|

Late in the evening the forces l Ie- seed bed should be such that it may | ) and quotation.

During War Between The came engaged inthe pine forent. The I Can Be Made To Pay a be: conveniently reiA-hed for watering, SEED COMPANY
hcnvyrroar the Federal guns drowned and it should be naturally protectedfrom KILGORE

the report of the lighter: artilleryof I I drying winds. : : 7-4t 1 Plant City, Florida.BASS .
the FloridianM. C'anister was hurled Good soil for a. seed bed consists of
States ProfitTHE
'
. against! the Confederates at short i one part of well-rotted manure, two
i ratine. l but the regiments stood firm. parts of"good garden; loam 'or rotted .
General l Harrison brought two Georgia i I I sods, and one part of sharp, fine sand. ------ --F- - ""

WILL BE SCENE OF UNUSl'ALINTEREST regiments into line in support of THE : GARDEN IS WORTHY The manure should be thoroughly rotted

i{) FOR DIXIE HEROICS Colquitt and FiiiCfnn( relieving a sec- OF SPECIAL, ATTENTION AND but it should not have been exposed -

WHEN TilEYTIIER IN: tion of l<--s', battery that had suffered SHOULD r.NCLUDE": I to the weather and the strength
. by the Ft..ll'rufire.\ Colquitt leached out of it. The addition of leaf & BASS i
w ) JACKSONVILLE FOR JU ETOF CROP. L
< again ah' no'dith .such rapidity uJLo mold or peat will tend to make the
S LTHEIR ANNUAL drive hack tht enemy, capturing soil better adapted for seed-bed pur

( REUNION wveial r>f .. 'Kun" Confederate Washington D. C., April :JO.( -A poses.! Mix all theingredients/ together
::1.. "MAY8.. ammunition became exhausted! hut the half-acre devoted to the various kinds in a heap, stirring well with a shovel MEAT MARKET = ;

,. ..: -- troops Mood firmly! III line under a of garden crops' would' easily supply after which the soil should be sift-
,
". ;; Jacksonville Fla.. April 22.: --The heavy lire until their cartridge: boxes 1U! family with one hundred dollan'wQlth ed and placed in boxes or in bed ,.

, :' "bloodiest battle that was fought on were refilled. Then the troops in gray, of vegetables during the year. ready foe. sowing the seed. 4 '
i. .. Florida soil during the Civil war has the rebel yell resounding through the I A bountiful slipply of really fresh Weed seeds and Ute spores of fungus -- Florida and Western Meats ;

a special interest to all who attend forest' pushed forward again in compact vegetable close at hand, however is diseased that are present in the

; the Confederate reunion May f to S, formation against the Federal I I of' more importance even than the I soil for a seed Keel may be killed by of Kinds at all Times
all
+I,. inclusive.' mot which gave way under the chargeuntil mone.y value, say, farmers' bulletin I placing the soil in pans and baking it
..- the, entire force was in full retreat 'I for an hour in a hot oven. .-- J -
25. the home
on vegetable garden. I
Some sixty miles west of JackAm
\ The seed bed should
be allowed
\ never
:! ville there is a railroad station bear I The home vegetablp garden, thuefore'i ;
become ALSO --
The victorious. Confederates.follow- to dry, but great care --- -
is of
', ing the name of Olu te('. It in doubtful ed up their advantage, dispersed the : worthy special n and I should be taken that too much wateris
should include her
a greater nurn
-
(i' if any considerable per cent. >ftravelers many lines of defense erected by SeymOlr' '' not applied. .Plants require the action 1
.. when they hear the name of ". men until darkness put an end i variety Where,of there crops.: < considerable. choice I'I of air upon their roots and an excess Fresh Poultry and Eggs )

: .. .the station called. \ by the trainporteror to the hattie The Federals did not of water in the soil will exclude
in location the itl I I
the
flagman, know that one of tlw most I oi garden plot, Fresh Home Cured Meats
the air. Too
halt until they reached Sanderson, .in\ often possible to select land that frequentand heavy wa-
deadly battles of the war was fought I M-xen, miles away. Fearing pursuit, I I I terings will cause the' damping-off of
will little special
i there, and that in point of numbers ]. require very prepa- the Pure Home Made Lard
tlwy pressed 1 on to St :Mary's river a ration. On the other hand, it may be I seedlings.A
\ engaged the aggregate 1m.1'" greater distance of ten miles, as one writer !' take soil I few hours before, removing plants]
necessaryto an undesirable\ :
; than Gettysburg and Chickamauga expresses it, "the wounded filling tb/1 i and bring it into suitable\ condition, from the seed l h"d or plant bed they \

dimax I flight air with l lamentations, the crip-; and it is JtonerallurprislnK to note I II bhould be well\ watered and the water Telephone 44 117 Broadway
I p'd| | horses neighing i in pain, and a the change that'can be wrought in a allowed to soak into the soil. This ,
President Lincoln to restore Florida lull moon kissing the (cold clammy | single season will insure a portion of the soil adhering '
the Union. On January I 1:1: I 1N >4. and t'i
I to lips of the dying. Good drainage of the garden arl'aI I to the roots prevent the i
.' President Lincoln directedncial; (General; Seymour abandoned Baldwin of from wilting. If the plants
i1- piimary importance. It is desirable -
.1' Gillmore then in command of the military o'n have been
4 the retreat, burning $60,000 that the land have sufficient fall properly thinned or trans
forces of the South Atlanln worth of stores collected there, and to drain off surplus water during planted it is often possible to run a n n i i m 1111 n 1111111111111111111 n 11 i 111111111111

coast, to assist in constructing a government / came on to Jacksonville, which was i heavy rain.but the fall should not he knife or trowel between them thus

in Florida on a Union basis strongly fortified. His forces were so great that the soil would he washed cutting the soil into cubes that are ', Refcreate: Swede boro National Bank, Swedetboro, N. J. !
The late John Hay joined more at Hilton Head, and at the head effort was made to retrieve theillaster contain i Where the soil does not adhere to
not depressions/ in which water -
+ of some 7,000 men and twenty steam of Olustee i will accumulate and .stand. :Wastewater +the roots of the plants it is well to I' WILLIAM RODE j
ers they came up the St. John's river. the) aggregate loss of the Co'nfed- from surrounding land should (-1 puddle them. I In the process of pud-

landing at Jacksonville February-; i .u.1In the battle of Olustee was !*4t>, ], not 1 be allowed to drain upon the gar- I jdlmg, a hole'is dug in the earth near

I t5 A few shots were fired at them by a that of the Federals\ l,8fil, thus giving | den. A good fence around the garden | the plant bed, or a large pail or pan
Commission Merchant
r' company of Confederate.but the a total loss of 2,807. The per- i spot is indispensable and it should bea may he used for the purpose, and a : ,{

-tt t1 landing was accomplished without serious c-e,''tale of loss to the Federal was I safeguard against all animals, espe- thin slime, consisting of clay.. cow

trouble. I "I'ut 35, greater than Gettysburg, in ,| dally poultry. A tight board fence manure and water, is prepared. The POULTRY FRUITS AND PRODUCE }
10 The next day this army began its excess of Chickamauga and far ahead will accomplish result and also plants are taken in small bunches and :,,
t march into the heart of the state in of the percentage of loss in any Kuipearu i serve as a windbreak. their roots thoroughly coated with this
V three columns. The respective columns - battle. The C6nfederate( loss i The kind of fertilizer employed has mixture by dipping them up and downin 206 Dock St. Philadelphia, Pa. ::1.:

.. were commanded by Col. Joseph in |rcentage of close to 25, and the [ a marked influence on the characterand the puddle a few times. Puddling ,(! as
of Connecticut Col. William combined percentage is thirty-one. insures a coating of moist earth over
B. Hawley quality of the vegetable produced. the I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I M II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I H I I I I I I I II I I I
t. U. Barton and Col. Guy V. Henry. Francis P. Fleming, in his lemolrsof Fertilizers or organic composition,. entire root system of the plant, ; ...... :
The colurpn under Colonel Henry traveled Florida," says of Olustee; "The such as barnyard manure, should have prevents the air from reaching the ,
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4 ('I faster than the others and was battle was assuredly one of the bloodiest through the fermenting stage rootlets while on the way to the garden J;
r a soon far in advance of the remainder of the war in proportion to the before being used. Well-rotted barnyard and aids in securing direct con ,
of the force. He surprised what was numbers engaged, and in incontestable manure has no equal as a fertilizer tact between the roots and the soil.
; known as the Milton artillery, cap- victory General Ftnegan and I for garden crops. 'Chicken, In parts of the country where the

o" tured some of their ammunition and his command were at once congratulated pigeon and sheep manure rank high as sunshine is extremely hot during a
supplies, and reached Baldwin on the by General Beauregard, and in I fertilizes and manure from fowls is part of the summer, some plants, Early Fruit ,
morning of February 10. The first May were voted thanks by the Confederate especiallyadapted for dropping in the especially those that are grown for

? aerious fight of the campaign occurred States congress." I hills or rows of plants.. salad purposes, are benefited by shad
at the crossing of the south ford of St. The battlefield of Olustee has been Auturn is the time for plowing hard ing. Shading is often used in the care
IS" (' Mary's river, where Maj. Robert Har- marked by a mdnument forty feet I I or stiff clay soils, especially if in apart of small' plants when they are first
', risen him with high. The inscription the north transplanted. Good
> checked two companies on I of the country where freezing ReturnsApply
S "' 'of the Second Florida cavalry. Seven- tide of the monument is as follows.: takes place, as the action of the frost Where boards are available they can '
..teen .Federals were killed and wounded dung the winter will break the soil be used for protecting plants that
|n this fight. The Floridians lost TO THE MEN WHO FOUGHT AI'''D into fine particles and render it- sui.tr have been set in rows in the garden
TniV \lf HKI> HERE IN DBKUXSE"OF
five of their men.. On the night of THEIR HOMES AND FIRESIDES able for planting. Sandy loams andsoils by placing; them on the south aide of aa IDEAL-braad EARLY aid supply the demand for early fruit '
the'\' llth of February Colonel Henryhadfought THIS MONUMENT IS 'ERECTED' 'that contain a large amount of the row at an.angle that will cast a .
); his way to Lake ity, HT TUB: UNITED HAUQHTEH8 humus be 'ployed in the spring, shadow over the plants, and holding *"'
may
'S's / "':;where; he encamped., OF BT TUB THE: CONFEDERACY 8T.TB: OF FLORIDA AIDED but'the work should be done early'in them in place by short stakes driven In IDEAL FERTILIZERS produce fruit with thin peel little ng, delightfulavor

e Jt ..' - -There werebut few 'Confederate IN COMMBilOKATIOX' OF THEIRfEV.1TION order that the aoil) may settle before the ground. Laths, wooden slats, cot- and food taipptag qualities.
TO THE rAt'KE OF ton cloth shaded sash
or are frequently -
.
troops in' Florid at this time, and planth"g.I .
I.IIIERTY .\Nl> STATK I SOVEREIGNTY the beds from
i-r fewer stifl that had ever seen serious Sandy soils will bear plowing much used to protect plant
7 1 battle. They were commanded by MCMXII I I I) earlier than heavy clay soils. The I the heat of'summer-.s Send for our'Free Citrus Book entitled "Effects of Summer Fertilizing."

Gen. Joseph Finegan, a man possessed M. ; usual test ir to squeeze: together a -
r of great courage and good judgment On the bouth fide of the memorial i i handful, and if the soil adhere in a I 10-CENT "CASCARETS"
1w s but inexperienced in war. General appear the following .words: I| ball it-i is too wet for working. In the FOR LIVER AND BOWELS it gives descriptions of formula to be used and suggestions for

Bsauregard then stationed at of appIJ _(.
was THK: \TTLK-: OuLt'iiTE): \\ V- i garden greater depth plowing! I ,
Charleston. C., and General Finegan Ftll'OHT ON THIS (JROI'X1KKIUir > should be practiced than for ordinary Cure Sick U..adacheConslipation,
appealed to him for help. Gen. : MtV 2 TH. Ins>4 I farm crops, as the roots of many vegetables Biliousness Sour Stomach Bad
I I KI: EKN r.."nil ("i >NKKI>KUATK: I
Vi .' W: M. Gardner, commanding the I THOOI'S .'1,111. \ "Eti flu OEXEItM.JOSKI'H !. grow deeply into the soil. Sub- Breath-Candy Cathartic.No I, Wilson& Toomer FertilizerCo.
Ttf Confederate force of a few hundredin K: KINKn.V; AN'n K.ttonKKHKRM. soiling will be found advantageous inmost .
# middle Florida, was ordered tithe I TH(> OEVKKXI. TIlfMXX; :; HETMOI'K: I odds how bad your liver, stomach Florida' .
assistance of General Finegan. As TilE KKPKK.VUSKJIK DKFKAT I \ement of the soil moisturewill Jacksonville, ,
v ; chance had it, Colquitt's Georgia brigade WITH A .LI 155. Iii.' :.1>11(' MKN: be improved thereby. I or bowels; how much your headaches ....
.t was within reach of the scene of THKKKI>KKATK: ..< acv:; I Hand -.pading should be resorted! to how miserable you are from Local Agents: Waters & Carson Grocery Co.
biliousness 3'
WAS LITIIAX: I.CUO(' constipation, indigestion,
y the impending conflict, and General I I only in very small gardens or where it
v leaureg and ordered that splendid organization This monument is located about two j I is desirable to prepare a small area and relief sluggish with! Cascarets.bowels-you They always immediately get ) x

to double-quick to Olustee. and a half miles east of the town of ,, very thoroughly. cleanse and regulate the stomach j .
While these preparations going I After 'plowing, the next importantStep .
S' were Olustee. and eight i hundred feet north rem EYcthg fermenting food ,
o ui, OuiifTulFintgaft WaA -confrontedby }:a tne-line t SeaboartT Air Line c -is TO TnTWttmnd""pulverize; and, foul sour take,-the e\cess brie
an army of about 6,000 well trained railway, in plain view of passengers on soil. If the soil be .well prepared before i from the gases liver ;and off the
carry constipated
b and men. Finegan's the work of caring for
planting
equipped army the trains of that road. All aroundit i waste matter and
poisoni
1i numbered about 600. Chance gave: I is a field of second-growth p.ine trees the crops will be very materially lea i from the intestines and bowels. A
General Beaureguard time to supply sened. It if not sufficient that the
/ with habitation in sight.
1 no 10-cent I box from druggist will
reinforcements. ''General Gillmore j I !i land be smooth and fine on top, but the your
liver and bowels clean
for precautionary reasons, ordered his { pulverizing process should extend as : keep your ;
stomach and head clear for
sweet
army to entrench near Lake City and I deep as the plowing. :
FIX YOUR LIVER work while
UP months. They yod-sleep. $345'e
+, : await developments. This delay was I In planning the location of.the vari-
,precisely what General Beauregard I
i '' ous crops in the garden due consid-
'd wanted. His plan was to delude the! AND FEEL GOOD eration should be given to the mattery TOO BAD. ,

U. Federals into the belief that no steps I ._ i of succession in order that the land s
f would be taken to assist the Florida' -- II may be occupied at all times. As a Really, (this is too bad. Men, par-

} troops. As a part of the plan, on thei Why Risk Being "\U Knocked Out" rule it would not be besb to have a ticularly southern men, want to believe -

night of February II, 1864, the bat. hv (Calomel Dodaon's liver Tone I''second planting of the same crop follow that women are angels, and no
?i I "teries of Charleston harbor opened 'a | 'I the first, but some such arrange- doubt such an enthusiastic faith in Jacksonville and ReturnACCOUNT
w.S',\ terrific fire on Morris Island, the Federal < Take its Place and is Safe. ment as early peas followed by celery the other sex is good for them, pro-
under this excitement -- of ,
stronghold or early cabbage or potatoes followed vided they stop short permitting
t>A 3\ ,9i the Colnultt brigade was with- When you are constipated and your 'I by late beans or corn, and similar themselves to be hen-pecked, or of sac-
drawn from Beauregard's thin lines liver is sluggish it is no longer necessary combinations, are mote satisfac rificing their dignity and independence -
and vent to Lake City. Orders were to try to fix yourself up with cal I ) through weak-minded' uxoriousness. U. C. V. REUNION
a also. sent to the Georgia troops under omel, which everyone now knows to bq tory.Garden But how is this amiable and
. be
seeds
should always sown
'Gen. George P. Harrison to.go to the a poison that sometimes remains in serviceable" illusion to be maintainednow
ry in where
straight regardless
relief* of Fin- gan. It is a matter of the system and causes evil aftereffects rows in that the women are excitedly eon VIA <
the planting is planting.
? Interest and satisfaction that General -and ia often'vary dangerous to this manner the made.By seedlings will be more tending in the political arena and telling <
Harrison in", now commander of the many people. on each other right and left? The M
uniform in size and Nape and thin-
3 Department of Tennessee, Unjted Confederate Dodson's Liver Tone i i. guaranteed ning and cultivating' will be more eas- news from Chicago is simply appal- i iFor
Veterans' association and the of calomel to be a *
4 re- to take place ily accomplished. Jn the control of ling. Atlantic Coast Line
aides at Opelika Ala. pleasant-tasting easy-acting vegeta- insects and diseases that Infett garden "Nothing ban been a greater surprise
By concentrating this force, and ablr liquid, with DO bad effects and crops it la'' often possible to accomplish to me in my political experience ; a+.
; 5- calling to the scene all the troops in causing no pain or gripe nor interference a great amount of good by careful ," Miss Sara Hopkins, the defeated -
: t Florida, General Beauregard massed with your regular duties, hab- sanitary} arrangement. Some of'Ule candidate for the nomination for -. -- I< .
an army of approximately 5,000 men I its or diet. If you are not entirely vegetables the 'garden va- alderman in the Second ward, is quot- f

'. in the vicinity of Lake City before the satisfied with Dodson's Liver Tone, go'back rieties that are.among cqmparatively easily ed as saying "than the dishonest women Tickets on Sale May 3d to 7th, inclusive. Limit May 15th. Extension k
.a Federals were aware of his puproses. to the store where you bought with whom I have had to contend r
cultivated artichoke
,
are: asparagus of limit to June 4th by deposit.
'"Sv b -Therefore, when General) Seymour, in I it and get your money back. It belongs beans, beets. Brussels sprouts cantaloupe : I would much prefer to deal i y't

command of the Federals, moved from ,I to you and Dodson wants you ; carrott, cauliflower, cucumber with a man." M.... Marie Gerhardt, Proportionately Low Rates from other points.

;'!";f A F .his position at St. February 20, to have it. sweet corn; crease eggplant, Endive, candidate for the same office in the nh
f k _CQJ1lronted with force almost J. Z. Roberson aella and recommends STOP-OVERS
le a lettuce okra spinach twenty-third ward, goes into the ALLOWED.
potatoes, parsnip -
as his 'Statistics in : Dodson'a Liver Tone and they
as' numerous own.
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and.onloaa. shocking particulars and even more
';?-c.'$ r" '. thia- instance, like those W practically I will cheerfully refund purchase price pose, pepper, squash cruelly disturbs the wholesome faith LOW SIDE TRIP RATES from' JACKSONVILLE.

: \ : 4' '" --all, battles, are conflicting, but the (5Oc.) Snstantly without question U For growing certain -crops, it has of man In the angelic rfections of ,
< '. Confederates, had between 4,000 and the remedy tails to pleas you in .vary often been found advisable to preparethe Sbe1's: Rates and Information call on any A. C. L. Agent, or
woman.
:li, ..? ;CjM> ."n.- and the Federals between wajr. Its UM has proved beneficial ground" in a special Banner: Such ,
'45,500 tynd 8.000 in the field of Olustee. to many thousand 'and probably will crops -as beets. .radishes and onions "Several women called me on the w.eC. GiLBERT Ticket Agent Kiasnlunelegfa. ',
entrenched Confeder- to are sometimes grown on beds six to telephone. and offered to work for met

'I Aw j3J.Mwrer.the itesnurobefing'aevelal hundred, were you. . .: ten feet in width, and raised six to the polls if I would pay them $5 a T. R. .BEAZLEY: J. G. KIRKLAND, s
inches .with- walk- .day. I' told them' I was not hiring .
it tactually'engaged General Fine. eight narrow between Traveling t Passenger Agent Division
,1 TAX NOTICE. From southward watchers and workers and they then Passenger Agent.. ,
-'i'.t 4 i feared that the Federals could not Baltimore - 41I
nt':: ,'tempted '' to > attack the entrench I' cabbage. cauliflower: ,similar crops: told me they: would hire out to 'other Tampa ':. v

mental and after a little skirmishing'far Notice U hereby given that the ex- are frequently grown on top or on the candidate. But would 'work for me .. ..J ;ijl

'\... oJ' position,.he ordered General Colj j tension of thirty dmyjrmUowed: ,,by the idea of ridge When the plant are just the tame. This means that they
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'10!',r '" 1 ouitt to advance and select the battle.(1 county commissioners set on top lrfdgebettatdraln-\ f, ; ,,.r si ; :
,' '1fttId.' General ,Colquitt selected the of the btat and county tax boplsB will age for the root I. aetnredv When datea-end then play: false. From thia ; .
"r 'i.j", '/. ./.tnt..I1..jae', the'eIl.m.a the expire'on: ) April.801 art T-the books will set_ on.the*, south jfidt-pfthe ridge, and other experiences. feel the count 1.w.-.r t-r---I a",+ ,rtrnnrw.T,.. ZiT "y,

;: teat" place -deciding the, issue and ,close promptly'or/that date. " greater warmth'and-earlier. matruitywitt .try,would probably be better off Without

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BIG PICNIC .CITRUSMOVEMENT' !I TWENTY INCHES NEWUCITYIWEin R; D. CALKINS''BUYS WHY BAKER'S" DOZEN,

-- '- !, 'Then'; nothing( new about the much
AND FISH FRY i IN CIRCUMFERENCE EON LAKE FRONT BROADWAYCAFE: talked of "weight and measures? re-'' "1

form started by the club.''women 0('

!I I NOW COMPLETED ,- thecountry,, add there' nothing
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AT NARCQOSSEE ON MAY 2, : TUE SIZE OF A BERMUDA ONION R. D. Calkins, who has been the bus i it seems, about tricky tradesmen. and
WHEN CANDIDATES: WILL GROWN BY C. H. FUNK AND I mess manager of the Dann & Dann hortwelght baker. Way back to( the

BE INVITED TO PRESENTED TO THE AT 418 FEET AN INEXHAUSTIBLE grocery store at corner of Broadwayand sixteenth century, long; before ",.-.
SPEAK. VALLEY GAZETTE. SUPPLY OF WATER IS PRO- Darlington avenue, has purchased form legislation', was eve!\ heard .01. -
WEAKENSBetween the Jones cafe and restaurant on the the eye of the law.wea-'ontho'bakW' '
DUCED, FLOWING 1,500' opposite side of Broadway andwill who gar a abort measure of loaves.* w'
The citizens of Narcoossee have C H. Funk brought to this office GALLONS PER take possession as soon as he can be So severe were the penalties for false t
perfected plans for a mammoth picnic last Monday a specimen of baker in. order ,
\ indeed MINUTE.There relieved of his1 present position; measure or weight; to r
and fish fry to be given on the shore skin Bermuda onion that is cafe'has be on the safe aide,threw in an extra
!tl of East Lake, just west of the A. C. L wonder. It measures just a little This been enjoying a nice loaf with doien. '
4 station, at Narcoossee, on the 2d of morethan twenty inches in circum I is not a city in all the state trade for some time and we trust that erery
; May, and it is unnecesary to state 6.00,000 and ference and .is six and one-fourth of Florida and we seriously doubt if Mr. Calkins will continue to enjoy a r
.that-- he tiay- will long remain as -the inches in diameter one' in the entire country-that is blessed liberal patronage, as' our town will Los Angeles. CaL, report. *.over 14;' '

.jedjelter day of that hospitable. and = Ttr1ookrat-it-onB would think-at first with, such an abundance- of 'pure, support,, a good restaurant.or cafe. i 000 non-union. workers.Announcement . 91
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--- - TffOiOOOT; ( left that_ i .sparkling water Klssimrnee.i -- -.
if.: thriving little toWtl.- -glance it-represented: a medium' u r
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Some ilr at.....ei.nweIwas T
\ committee in charge of the ar sized fiat Dutch head of cabbage rather year uyu - --
rangements desire it understood that than an onion, judging from the put down that has furnished wa- .. ..
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; a general invitation is extended the ACTIVE PREPARATIONS BEING enormous size l ter for the entire city for all purposes t.
attend and Mr, Funk holds the record in Os- and has been sufficient to meet all the
I"The" public to enjoy thepleal- MADE FOR MEETING OF FRUIT
J urea of the day, which will include cold ceola county for growing large onions, requirement until now, but our city -
I i drinks of- every brand and ice cream, AND VEGETABLE GROW- as last year he produced one eighteen fathers, looking to the growth of. the S /
I besides all the good things to eat that ERS AT EUSTIS inches in circumference and weighing future have planned for it and'as .L
>>1 the good ladies of that! place know sot MAY 22. three pounds, but 'this one is two water is one of the most important IN 1.STOCK '.
\;: well) how to .cook, to say nothing of I inches larger than the one raised last items'of necessity, they have had an
the barrels of fish that will be browned year. additional well just completed at *
Florida Citrus .
Shipments. depth of 418 feet, which l s now flowing -
to a finish. _______.___ This onion was produced on new i
i'. But the best part of the program, CHI-II Cars moved moved week last week before last_.__ 391 SOS land just broken from virgin state last 1,500 gallons of>water per minute. PLANER JUC.AWI STEAM PEEDI1 '
and one that will attract an immense Total cars moved to last Saturday fall and no commercial fertilizer used:' This, coupled to the well that we already JlATCHlCar.ELP. FEED RIP..
I. crowd, is that the candidates for of11,1" : _____"_._____-.___________18.887" but a small amount of stable manure had, will be sufficient to meet TOWER EDciEal TRIMMERS"PERKina "+
fice will speak. This year the county Fla. 17.The was distributed over th ground. the requirements for many years to. SHINGLE MACHINERY'!' ".., ',

commissioners and 'school commissioners citrus Jacksonville fruit movement; April is decreasing This onion grew in a bed with hundreds -' come. ENGINES, .. ..'tf: .., .. 'AWMiLLS" . s/
gradually
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well has been harnessedand ,
will be voted for all the I of others in the garden of Mr. .The new .
over the movement last week be- ..OILEa.. t N, a.L1gat' e>.l Hevyy
',' county, and candidates for these offices I- I Funk on Hiliards island and bears testimony = is flowing directly into the large i '
11,1" ing nearly 100 cars less than the WDvn CONVETOB5 SLAB CANVEYORS
pre- to the productiveness of the cistern without the aid.-or assistance J
are getting mere numerous every The Packer. The GASOLINE' ENOINE5 STEAM
ceding week FEEDI
'W day. But the real fight is between the says soil in Osceola county. of any pumping devise whatever.The ;
total movement out of the state up to I I. first class In LATH MILLS rrAYE MILLr"'t
well
three seeking the office of member ofr' To anyone who wants to engage in a Job every .: .
the legislature, and the committee are last Saturday was 18,887 can. It.is ,truck growing for marketing purposes respect and the council and the entire DI.rroW,sAws ,,01
;. exceedingly anxious that they be present : estimated that there are between 600- we will say that there is no betr city are highly pleased with the work lAW BITS ter .11'_.... .t ...... f r ,.
!" and tel Ithe people what they will f 000 and 700,000. boxes of fruit left in te place to locate than on some of the and gratified over the final result of '."AmI'fO [PIfLLzTa r -' said'

: do if sent to Tallahassee. : the state. 'fine spots lying on allsides of Kis- such an immense flow of dearr it spark 1 BELTVfO"..,..... e.ellaa,e. hest j J
:n Those who fail to go.will miss a day. : The mid-season the oranges late practically including simmee that are inviting the farmerto ling wlLterr and coming, does, I LOG 'CHAINS CANT MOCKS 'TO-IGsEVERYTnINQ' ,
and
shipped
varieties -
: are interior earth and
and give touch to 'nature from of' the ; ,
of.real pleasure_ I come a !: FoR TsjR.
andValencia .
the Tardiffs "
,and watch its ready response;, with casing extending for a hundred SAWMILL ,
lets,jire movin freely. The demandis feet down from the surface,'there is 1-
i:1' 'BAPllS'r activarfor these varieties. Writ."' for u
MINISTERS quiCe absolutely possibility of the water .. ,
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are
There proBftTjly about 250,000 FIG GROWING ever becoming poluted or poisoned .
: OF JAX STIRRED boxes-of grapefruit yet to be. for- from surface drainage but those p hq +
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warded.There is .no doubt; ; that for %
PAYS IN FLORIDA use the water from inexausuble I 1sal !> ',
the remainder of the'lIea80n citrus fountain-of supply, will'have the assurance . s ," .
AS NEVER BEFORE IN LAST DESPERATE fruit.of all kinds will hold film, as toprices 'that it is absolutely pure. \ "
as the shipments will be mod- CCHIE-FltOl\l" TVfANY Kissimmee is indeed fortunate-and 'f_
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l\IEtf'THE
1 EFFORT TO erate and little chance of glutting any INQUIRIES blessed in this, the most important asset ,....-.1.
r. DEBT OF HOME AND FOREIGN market. A gradual movement during STATES CONCERNING THE in connection with life and healthan -

}_ MISSIONS AS PLEDGED BY April and May will finish the crop. I "TREE THAT EVE MADE abundance. pure water. f I
The majority of the citrus fruit FAMOUS."
STATE
THE FLORIDA
? I growers believe that the new tariff: THE PANAMA-PAC1FIC

BOARD. law which reduced the duty on importations In reference to fig-growing in Flor- UNIVERSAL EXPOSITION .

of citrus fruit has had no ida, the last issue of the Florida Developer .
The Baptist ministers of Jacksonville effect on the industry in Florida. at Jacksonville, says: To be held in San Francisco in 191 5,
assembled in the regular weekly Under the old tariff the duty was one Since the last issue of -Developer determined on by congress and authorized .
conference in the First Baptist church eent a pound or eighty cents per box. I we have received many Inquiries relative by the president of the United ing purchased the CAFE known as GEORGE &
; Monday morning under a great burden The new tariff law fixed the duty at I to the growing of.figs for profit States, bids fair to be the greatest GUY'S
L which was heavily resting on their thirty-five cents a box, a difference i in Florida. The inquiries cover a wide exposition this 'world has ever seen, next door to the Dixie'Theater, we invite our friend and i
hearts, and which was reinforced and forty-five cents per boy, but this seemsto I rapgecoming from people who have and to think that Florida has been as ic V
made still heavier by -Dr. S. B. Rogers have had no effect on the Florida I engaged in fig culture 1n a limited signed the largest and best plot of generally to come and partake of the Good Things we *

,a? secretary of the Florida State growers either in the demand or prices I way, to those who have observed fig ground of any of the other states to for our table customers. A liberal SJ
Board of Missions, who,came before which probably is due to the superior I culture in other states, and People who put herself before the world and show shire of the public .

them, and with almost broken heart i f shipped_from this state have never seen ajgrowing: g.From .what-she has to offer to the homee&kRdinvtoraaa..welL&O ge will be duly appreciated. t t. ; s

-told-them-in-a-ehort'addreesrthat-a -- the many--quotatJofiiJ'l'/ -- ,.
less almost miraculous effort was put Big Meeting Planned. it seems that the old.Biblical expression tourlst l' and-sportsmen., It Is the-plan -- ---_
forth within the next ten days to raise : Jacksonville, Fla., April 17.-Active about people who live. "under now to reproduce Old Fort Marion of Regular Dinner 35c *
the amount of fifteen thousand dol- preparations already are in progress their own vine and figtree"has madea St. Augustine, and within the walls : .%
lars, that the Baptists of Florida must for the meeting of the Florida citrus profound impression, and there seem there we will have a fun--Pullman car
go down in defeat of something like fruit and vegetable growers at Eus- to be thousands who would like to do handsomely decorated and fitted wish Respectfully, ..
seven thousand dollars with which to tie, May 22. It is understood that representatives literally the thing described. To owna her fruits, vegetables and flowers. We .,
go before the Southern Baptist convention of the department of fig grove seems to be a general and have the best architects to be found R. D. CALKINS ,.
which meets in. N- Nashville agriculture nt Washington!\ are to be rather impressive ambition. working on the plan and when theyare Manager .
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Tenn., in May at the meeting and there also will be It hasn t been many 'months ago complete it will be something our
r i Manyof the pastors have already lecturers from the bureau of agriculture since the federal government sent out people ,of the good old state will be
taken their mission collections for who will give the Florida grow- an expert to investigate fig growingfor proud of, and at the close of the exposition -.
these two causes recently, responsible ers the result, of the very latest experiments profit in the south. Grilling Bros this train will make a tour I I*
ent is the appeal, and so in the citrus fruit.industry. of this city shared .in the Investigation all through the northwest and middle '
is this burden which is now resting on It is expected that fully 1,000 growers and have gathered considerable and eastern states, giving out literature .'
every Baptist in the state, that a resolution will attend. data on the cultivation of figs. They of all facts of Florida. You ask I
passed upon unanfcnously "How are we going to do this T" When
was show that it is to raise figs, and -
easy
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towage a special campaign, in a personal CLAUDE BROWN whenever it has been done in a scientific the good men appointed Mr. Frenchto i- -Shoes
way among the entire memberIIhip way, fig growing has'been profit- the commissionership of this expOIaitlon
of each and every church, and able. Furthermore, they show that he knew he had a man with .
; i lay the work of Home and 'Foreign FATALLY STABBED Florida is a good place to grow-figs. ,wide experience in that Une, butwith ,
j i Missions, upon the hearts of the people I Any one asking Griffln roa. of"Jacksonville that appointment there was no appropriation '. r
t a* never before, small their giving .as to the kind.( > of land on made to carry on the work for .
l t, something, be it or great, to I FATALLY: STABBED BY NEGROAT which to grow figs, the climate the consequently we are looking for each t
this cause at the greatest opportunetime WEST BEACH. county to make the. necessary appropriation
PALM kind of fig to' grow profitably, etc.,
of their lives. I will reliable and authentic In- namely, the money to $ ? The pastors have pledged themselves receive have the :' the work with, and we will handle ) Commencementshall /
formation. They investigated
New ha reached the city that ,
committees .
; -to work -untiringly with the 'it for the best interest of Florida We
: and
matter thoroughly systematically,
Claude' Brown who was reared at I'
,
regardless of the distance, or the ask the commissioners ef each countyto - i
'' is earnestly hoped I Campbell and is well known to a large and are prepared to answer any-que.- make it for to get the
l time it takes. Jt tions that ask as to soil, possible us w
number of people, was stabbed anyone may
that the pastor of the entire stsrte will our- money]. We have contracts drafted by
the death at West Palm Beach on .Sunday climate, productiveness etc. This isnot 'ablest In the have hand
within the lawyers state and
puke some such effort, I I advertisement for GrifflngBros. on early next (
the 12th. From an. account of an y
ii victory to signed by'the and all
next ten days, to help bring : West' ., but merely a statement of fact governor, money .
the affair in the Palm Beach
the heart of every Baptist in the atsTCe.(I[Post, the crime appears to have been for tie benefit of our readers, and for I appropriated of. Now let will.be us see given what, an we account YOUNG MATHEMATICIAN. most atrocious and was committed the good of Florida. II '
.; THE to advertise Florida before twelve or ,
' wholly for the purpose ef robbery. A* to the marketing of. figs. Several fifteen million people for 288 day, for ..JFki
Mrs. Dodge was guest at the home Brown had only that day gone to West representatives of.eastern concern that is the conservative estimate of lates.' You are requested to' -
of Mr. Evan There waa father Palm Beach from Boca Grande where have been in Florida the past the ..number of people that will be '
on.in the family of 'whom" the he had been running a packing.house, .three monthsmaking particular inquiry there. ' .'( ;
was > proud.One I and that night wandered Into .the negro 'a* to fle.erroWlne' andoffering;' > nd line.nHarris
sry j .. This work is going through to a finish inspect our .
the was UTvake contracts covering a'of period
evening while; family I .quarterj'.andji displayed, a small ,I' and, will call and "
on yon yet your" ,
Mr.Evans leaned year to buy all the fig produced j ji ,\
E. sitting in the library, amount of money. About mldn1&ht.awhite Idea' C. K. POMEROV; eCommissioner .
', over ,to, the pest.Iaaid'in a; man. named Ponder,. living Afar i In'Flori4&-grove. at a.bed ..price. .. ,Panama-Pacific$ '' "
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(:whl8 .* i the ne quarter heard a man groaning :-" Florida 4.close to all the-_Item markets : ( u
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'j -'Charles : S2vb.... and on.Investigation; found Brown II ,' and ," 'kook at him.'will yout ;: n i lying in the street mortally wounded, ,'and'sell the'tresh: fruit,with. i s reader of this paper,'we are proudto r.th
111. for than an hour by the severaLknife wound, out excessive ttsnsportaUon'costA 'J. '
.,figuring more! having on hU state and-she i* now r.adingtbls
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s ,clock.:"Ht never saw a child BO fond of body.- Ponder immediatelyw.nt; in I fig grove:may be ..planted developed, ."amative Oak Democrat. i itittle ..;
love lt" ." I Il1 ? and made to produce a profit in eighteen :. .l -
,W* schooL. He a. ? > .eatch of aid, and.when bV returned rrtpanj M tt t
,- !(.4J'.*, repl1ed. Mr Dodge.Yve' Brown..was-desxL. ; *JJ V monthA contract nay be made I Lester traveling the continent ! .....
4. been,,jwticiag hbn.'. Whatproblem;Ja, The coroner1 jury found Brown bid I for the output of the grove the; day it -with, hi* '.mother, grew,tired-ef
; com..to.h1adea1h.at: hands'ofanegn ;' is planted assuring profit to the growver I hearing nothing \ut.French and German ,
7'\< : ,p; ..rfWaLle5Ptell'-! Mrs.ods' wb l, >'nf.med"Shelby" Wise,,and he Is .for hislrrop;for a period fit,,...r .':S ,etc,.spoken.One morning, ,,har Fitters '
J.ftt, : ;S .:';';'problem you are-working onJT .,.!; .Iiow4a.l'Jat1at, : altTn -l.action ::of',the. There is(practically.no. danger of the' Inr A ,hOtI r's i\ eock-4-doodle-do, Jjo F-21
'';:: "'). .jfx-r- *wiagq how maD1.,t 7' ce ..te'>; r, .!, .iaan r ( 1.r loss of acrop' ,'.r the loss. of.&grove,' exclaimed,;"Thnkroedneq ,Thcns** !
.' ji.f.-tMrit: .-f.. b.fors v.. .. \.r ecI thetppi40akg.J ,f tFt. ; -t-_ sad fllg growing seems to- i>d.ropporvWe. !somthiog'thatfspaJu!( ,English> ,. any
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Interlachen, Fla April 21, 1914. ;

,' W, SIMPSON / Dear C. E. Union Friend:

hv ,;f', : p .rJ. Average -This Is to be the first message from Dressers in: the World

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r .. DENTIST." ...... r \your secretary In'the ..twenty-seventh CAMLTALKUnitedStates
'' Upstairs in (Cats Building Tar of history of- our union, but I ,
hope it Is not to be the last. A flne >
a Orr10E HoaRS I l' u a. m. to 12 JD. quantity of supplies are being printed
r 1:30: t.o b30p. m. '
I i Telephone No.. IK Jun o. Irr und I want to'do' much writing to you are wearing our clothes

. City Man thic' year, and duplicating of l letters to
the aocietieedor other officers. We Not England
:-,., W. W. CARSON' our ,
: DR. are going; to try to not only do better

"' what was done in the various departments -
, ; Inc i' : v DENTIS1 other years, hut also there are Owns Big Ditch ARE YOU ?

P' Office CoW; bran new plans under way. Larger
Over JewelryStor.: plans, in keeping with those of other .- -

< ,, Office Hours: 8-12, 1-5 Backs-Up unions, that our's may not fall behindin "BETTER A THOUSAND TIMES --

;, Office phone 1 58 progress. -
THE RESPECT TilE
Residence" 23'Gas LOSE OF
Among other business decisions of
;". ". administered for extraction of teeth Gainesville was the deciding certainly WORLD THAW OUR SELF- 5

what had last yeat1 been in doubt by RESPECT." SAYS YOUNG Our clothes possess an indescribable -
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', some--each Young People's society is -
_ : T-vR. H. S. GEIGER NEW YORK CON'GSSMAN.
it "
When comes to buying a piece o:> '
asked per member twentyfivecents
J, PHYSICIAN AND limeiCOH to'pay : Something which stamps'emas
i :- Citizens Bank Building property- that,has been sadly neglect during the year into the state ,
f" treasury for of our..union.; "
expenses
./,1 ," Kissimmee, Florida ed. To my personal knowledge there We are also to try to increase\ .our "I trust that you will pardon me fora "HIGH"CLASS.

v ' ; Phones! Office 297 or 64 arc numerous valuable properties number of Young People's societies momentary digression along lines r .'
i of historical reflection. The constit.u.tional
r, " Residence, 265. 14-lyi close to Klssimnaee which the owners from about fifty-eight to one hundredin which'met in Philadelphia '
convention -
, y, .. the present year. The headquar- I WHEN YOU BUY garment of
I.- for various reasons, would like to sell, ter's building fund now being pushed in 1787, was the ablest body ,
T M. RIVERS M. D. before in union, is to of Jurists patriots and statesmen that
1 m ..,. -'r---: ..-w-l. .. : ., ,. that have. not been favorably consid- as receive never our part of every help and if possi- over convened on this or any other i us, you make an investment that ;

+ ':i PHYSICIAN and SURGEON ered simply because they had been so ble if Is expected that for this fund continent Hamilton of New York was will

,if .;. Office pier Osceola Pharmacy much! neglected that the prospectivebuyer societies five dollars will tor( make more individual or less as gifts they of there there;; Franklin Madtson and of Pennsylvania Henry of Virginiawere was I yield you a daily dividend of r

.:, PHON"'S' I I Residence S3 has become discomfited upon feel bl\st\ ), Mr. SpafTord our guest there; and George Washington I satisfaction. ,
; {Onlce 148 at Gainesville, from Michigan impressed presided over the convention. The an-
:'. considering the amount of work entailed the convention with'his testi- nals of the human race record the pro-

?\\I'':z:1 Ii in making the .place presentable mony that the more the workers gavein ceedings of no deliberative body that I. First impressions ale the best--- .
W.L WINN his northern union the more they equaled them in wisdom, sagacity and ;
J.i, :
prospered. The spirit shown" convention patriotism. The history of the human '

,; PHYSICIAN was! fine. All debts were paidup race was before the .members of ; our clothes help you to make a

Ij '(. Office! 2nd Floor Willson Building.RMDBNCBPHONK and almost enough over to purchase t'his convention for inspiration and in- I

;1 XX Kimmm.Orncu the new year's stationery. We struction. Democratic governmenthad good impression. ,
i' "\ ProNB 97. V.AI.I... I am aware of the fact that very feel that God is going to "send showers been a stupendous failure. Single \\
unchecked assemblies had the
swept
< of blessings' us this
have allowedto upon year
many properties peen ancient republics from the world. To
and these blessings will be
{ : ,!.A. "jUQI AQMCW W. .. Ca.WFOaO fall into a condition of disreputefor of doing among, praying and giving more joy the fathers gathered in the City of $10 $15 $17 $20 $25

VANS AGNEW 6. CRAWFORD. no other reason than that the own abundantly than Kndeavorers of our task Brotherly Love was committed the ,
union ever did. of building a government that

--- = AnCRhEK6-AT-LAW ers live far away_ have_been sick and State Treasurer Geo. Cavanaugh box would stand the shock of time. They
Suit "Yo' Sef"H.
require 775, -'I'aTn'p1l.W&Iected.,. as was gave.to mankind the American: consti-
unable to with the
.' OSiar 7-1I 71GfZnttetirnantfloNdtnr--- _keep up Miss Ruth. Coffin...Johnstown. State tution, the: best and ble8C-Pl'odl1ct of I

\ Kissimmee{ Florid I : ments, or are somewhat di'si tere8t'erbecause ( Tenth Legion superintendent. The twoyears' human-wisdom, a; perfect-crystalltga-. .. . - ,
faithful tion of those maxjms of liberty and ;e
of their interests in other junior superintendent,
law that in every age have been foundto
Miss Ruth Wyandt. felt that who
j9me
X GEIGER. lines of endeavor. I be both generous and just. They
H traveled more might do the work better I '
.
i said, we will have an independent congress .y
bo Mrs.: S. L. Jackson of Daytonawas C. STANFORD
I chosen. Miss Wyandt was given an independent executive, an GO.

F\ ATTORNEY-AT-LAW the Quiet Hour charge, as its former independent judiciary Each shall bea .;
check the ulrimixhinrntn
the
leader Miss Lewis felt upon
Office State Bank Building Maigaret unable -
Newcomers Florida, and the rush Each
to lion Chris. others. shall be at once an an-
serve longer.
KiBBimmee. Florida is just commencing, are going to locate Matheson of Gainesville is now Chris- chor and a bulwark of both law and > I
freedom. Then, should some demagogue -I
tian and
.. citizenship superintendent, ,
. "where
-- there is the Indication
greatest like Cleon the Greek in
appear
F. PARKER for presidenfWe have Mr. Duncan B. . ..
\ QEX - --- -
; ., ( of thrift and a delight in Curry box 918, Y. M. C. A. building the house of representatives, a firm
Jacksonville. Mr. Curry took back to and independent senate will hold him the congress by a mere request, based NOTICE TO CREDITORS '
Attorney-at-Law. making surroundings agreeable. his Riverside in check. Should the senate itself be upon vague suggestion and wrappedin '
Presbyterian IN COURT
own orTHE
society :
and ncin cursed the of Catiline and doubt if the .COUNTY JUDGE;, .1
Collections Convey the state delegation banner, but by presence a mystery ; congress STATE! OK FLORIDA.
Specialtie gave in exchange the invitation ac- as was !he case 'with the Roman sen- is cowardly and obsequious enoughto *" E.tale. .' *. R. U.raer, Oeeee.lel '
{ ate liberty-loving representatives, be thus dominated by the president C..ty.To :
112M Broadway. cepted "Jacksonville, 1915. For all Creditor. Legatee, Distributee
.
I elected two fresh from the without rhyme or reason, then the republic -
trees 'vice-president there is Rev. Geo. Wal- every years and all Persons having Claim or De.
Moss grown trees and badlyin dron, state superintendent of Congre- I bosom of the people, will destroy his of the fathers is at an end. If mands against Bald Estate: ,.-
KRIBBS need of plans. Should some man lige Aaron the collective judgment of the peopleat You and sack of you, are here r no-
4'J.. F. pruning are a constant eye- gational churches, Sanford. We expect -I lifted- and to preaeht' any f
l" Burr mount to presidential chair the 1 issue of : demands
pollsupon
great
any claim and rft
to get a good deal of work out of which ran, or
k .-; ATTORNEY.IT LAW KIBSIMMEE. FLA. sore. The more is the pity that there such Mr. i and designing the destruction of the national moment can be set aside at 1 either of you may have against thef,
a church-important man as I
c f ,, should be such conditions when every Waldron.Mr. . liberties of his country aspire to im- the mere suggestion of a single man, I estate of I. R. Horner, deceased, lat of ;.,
: ; *' Oaceola county, Florida, to the under- ,:
; Examination of Titles a Specialy. observes and Mrs. E. E. Strother perial purple as Burr did then a firm however -righteous his motive, great i signed administrator of Bald estate.;''
\ .:Notification and payment 'of taxes of newcomer that the trees panied with the lattcr's .ccom-I, and independent senate and house com- his talent, or high his place, then this within one year from the date hereof.'ity

..; , r4( ,.'\. non-residents given earefu' want to bear fruit, in spite of their Cameron, al'l" vtwiting agood-I r-ary bined will crush his criminal ambi- is no longer "a government of the Dated February H.JTthV M. BREAKER A..D. 1114..
: t
tyyn. '.. attention. tion. Should the senate the house by,the people, and for the ,
, ';, : ... many'hindrances". The same observation Christian! Endeavor centers now; telling into Ple., pe peo-j
and the president enter despotic is beneficient despotism
"t m of China Kndetrvor and boosting some a a NOTICE) OF PUBLICATION '
"?', ;ui ,'k ' d I'' \ applies,to fieldrthat,,y.nt'to be : ,and diabolical design, then an independent archy! veiled under republican "
rinrlda'ork h.d
\;w Pat. ;Josnston7. ;f 'rtvjtr!! \;. G.P. G.rr.tt : aiio. } eleven planstn .... : '. ..
'If', ; ; : '" this august court, clothed withabsolute' "The serious aspect of this contro.1 BMBt f 4 latency, U. a. LasdOdic.
.. / :tuwe visited. week
bu't.re. .
'GARRE'rl"J'"" :ultivated,' .not. >.-.,. <<< " coaimen- at Oa/.eayiU. F/.rl.a. "rink
. OHNSTON &; ? / Inr Easter, the 12th. but instea was judicial authority.will stand versy ia local not! foreign; alo Tel.Notice ...'" ,
.a" '
e' \. forever between despotism and the not international. Our first duty is to I .
i w Atterneys at Law taken. ill on the et>>. Hope to start '
liberties of mankind. our own 'countrymen, not to English Is herebygtven that Charlie'
;
.. Offices the 21rt and see >r''r.y: of you lso: ct ,
10vai12.Citizens ;{ B. Lamb of Ixuiirhman Florida who *
the ; on ,
reasoned father Better times lose the
"Thus phe republic men. a'thousand
jed from this olfi'4. t
in ,
nee change February 10 1 11. made homestead eh-
;l' ,rtI Bank Bldg.:; Remember that the preconceivedidea April and May Mail is always f">r- I 'will endure forever and the welfare respect Of the world than to lose our try Serial No. 07 g..-for aouth.Mt. . _ Kissimmee, Florida. v/arJod from inteHathen) to of the country be forever safe UB> self-respect. We can live down a ter of southwest. quarter of action tee ".*
-of northerner that yo.ir ''<:- broken has lived township SI south, range 11 east Tal-, !'
every orange 'der ft three-fpla form of treaty, as England
governmentlegislative
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4 ; r. 'cLa1'} j ress, sun-hine'and intiw1"c- lahavsee meridian, has filed notice of %';
; r. groves are always beautiful, and tion > .f><'rintend'nt executive and judicial- down a doaen broken treaties, but we Intention: to make three-year proof, 'to.
i; LOUU O.lHABT, T. riOTOM WABLAW ..4 GRACF. A. TOWNSEN'I each dependent yet a check upon the cannot survive a fatal assault upon the establish claim to the land above de-
Late Counsel. for fait*of tbeCrimTnal that farm lands are satisfying to the ____ others, all resting upon the affectionsof vitals of our own national Jife."r- .crlbedK before. clerk of the circuit- "
: CourtS at
i', Florida R. R.'Comm. ' .L- court Klaalratne Florida, on the (th ;
S ., \ Heart's desire.I the people, each subject to the jealous Speech of lion. Walter M. Chandler of day of May, 1811. .
MASSEY &JVARLOWATTORNEYS ? scrutiny of the public eye, and all New York in the Congressional Becl- 'Claimant name a* witnesses. : '

., COUITSELLOS 4 4 forming a grand shield for the protec-I ord. ".[ 'N.W.B.T.Tolle.Lamb of of Loughman Louerhman.Florida.Florida* ''
: AND HEALTH HINTS.fr 4
: tion of the liberties of men and for the W. L. Sullivan of Loug-hman, Florida.'
!!+t AT LAW 4 security of free institutions of the I A HUNDRED YEARS OK THE '. W. L Bronson of Loughman. "'Jorl4&.j*
'- Practice all the Courts of the fHats and attbe I inn the business of 4444444444444444441 I III. earth. CIGAR. HENRY S. CHUB "
l"* United States also before the Florida Rail- a building up I I Y, .t Register.NOTICE .
? l load Commlsslua.. and. the Interstate C.mmwaI "The constitution having been thus j i
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G. Wells in his -
run-down of Set Free
properties; converting \Vorld ( From the London Truth. )
Ioa. established and ordained by the duly ) D DS.
11-14 CaAKLJCSTOM Bux. ORLANDO. FLA.S4 virgin lands into remunerative conditions paints an alluring picture of war a I acrcedited representatives of the peo- Paris-It is just 100 years ago.since -FOR ; '4.
', t 1 I.r thing abandoned the whole earth governed -.i ple gathered at Philadelphia, having the cigar was brought into France and I Sealed blda .....11I be. received by thaJHi.]
and of telling hundreds of my amicably by a common councilataltgatioaaaerie recefved..the approval of 'Madison, the brooked by Spanish officers' who had Hoard of County CorrTmlsJiloners of Os.-,,,'

;s-; ANDREW-JOUNSON Canadian friends 'where there are sucK"labitations. ,! gradually done. away all .tbe..h..tf with.Among thing -mmrlf>.i of. Hamilfnn, the prayers pfFranHiru. attached- themselves to the fortunes of ceola 114. Bounty as follow, up*to: the On 4th gasoline day of or May oil, W 2
ajid the benediction of Joseph Bbnaparter 'LOne-vf bberr--wa 5-- tractorRtigtfto alunit _t '
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ATTORKEY AND CoUNSELLOR AT L w these bad things flies and mosquitoes'are Washiagton, its framers-presented it fated to lose nearly'' half his face and horsepower- or !fJte\tC1, ) trscttve 3sT

Will Practice in all Courts utterly vanquished and blottedout. as a priceless political heritage to the an eye in the defense of Paris againstthe horsepower, provided W'lth' ar'atTtaohment ""

'' l t. State and Federal human,race. -And as a key and guide'to '' allied armies-nameyl, the Comte chine may so be arranged drawn on that the rea lAd*. m
It makes us sigh to I live in that good de Montiio father of the Eu road while "
Office adjoining Broadway the interpretation and construction Empress tractor engine move aJ C
?+ day but it is not here yet. Do not let The winter had been the center of .-.
Citizens Kinaimmec of this the nation's fundamental law genie. severe, c.ad'n:
Bank. Let me give you an estimate of the us forget that flies and mosquitoes are Bids I to ; Ine and drawbar'f'
the from want of
the fathers bequeathed the declaration suffering great sugar attachment delivered Bet up an4Tdem* Vonstrated .
cost of converting your property into still very troublesome and dangerous of independence, the best and no- coffee. and other small luxuries tn.oL near Kbssimma.-Flor.'
facts. Think of the things Just these blest the serenest and sublimest to which Parisians .had been accus Aft. LESLEY. Chairman -I
H. JENKINS ,
7rp. .
something presentable. I won't chargeyou two insects are guilty of carrying *: J. L. OVERSTREICT, ;
enunciation human the tomed. Women plied the .
s of rights, and razors on Clerk. U-.. |..
*. .. . SURVEYOR for an inspection or for plans for about with them and spreading amongus bitterest and fiercest denunciation of men's faces in the barbers' shops. ;

I4 I have the equipmentand unsuspecting human beings I Ty- despotic claims in the annals of the They unload barges in the Seine and ELECTION DISTRICT CHANGB0."*'j'
improvement. ;
'" fever
. phoid infant diarrheas, tuberculosis -
Fraternity Hall Kissimmee, Fla. world. drove wagons to the markets. L 1 Ytl: ;n.
\ the staff of expert help necessaryto infantile paralysis-any one "The continentals of Washington The soothing effects of the CountMontijo's Office Board of County/ CommIUt6Dra.1
... !p or more than one of these may be on levIand : County, 10rMa"da,
and his friends'
who made the republic cigars were ;.1flb f'
anything I undertake by possible 191{ J
complete the legs and wings and in.,the droppings -
revered this constitution. They observed in high places, and the government : A *
regular meeting of the .
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tJ. b DR. the time the contract calls for it to be of the fly that is crawling at this believed that it was more than the instructed the tobacco state' rcunty commUaloner was held in their
4 ",. "- '.. Physician done.I' moment ever your food or over your product of calm wisdom, and lofty pa monopoly to manufacture them ad' office In the court house at 10 o' :\, I ICbaTrmai

;>) : Vi:;,.,. f ; ;and. Surgeon babe lips or milk bottle! in the yard: triotism. They bflieved that it possessed libitum after a model purchased in E.the L.above Lesley,data and 'Oommt.i i

J I.', L Office 'PhoD" yellow .fever, and probably a distinctively providential ele Spain. The police saw to the distribution .Ion.r. R. V. Lanier A. r. Bass, 0. R.1i,
dengue are entirely the work of the that it God's of the comforter and cigar'I Bass and W. F. Walker. 't'
# + i-State. Bank Bid. Office 41-Res.-, 40 mosquito. ment. They felt was/ new Upon motion of County Commission*{,'
i, I. saving gift to k'oistracted and imperiled smoking became a feature in Paris er O. n. Baa, duly seconded byCommiaiiloner 1,
This is the .
.of. -- am reconstructing five different time to destroy their people; that it was his creative life before the disaster at Leipsir The A. :F. Baas, the ..followlnsr"resolution !
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",: :... i".U'; .. .... . .... .. .;, properties at the present time 'and' can That breeding every places.tin can.If we bit will of see broken to it: flat over a weltering chaos, when he' aides-de-camp salon'' at the Tuileries flve commlaaloner waR' unanimously being preant.adopted.TO -,/;:,
t.4? said: "Let nation be born in a day. reeked with cigar smoke. There was In consenting: .
? ,I w1' Dann 11Z1''r ?& DannGrocery took after five times that many.It crockery or other' refuse article that And when we look backwardacrossthe then no 'prejudice against the cigar. iSe eartd that one .leGtI ;ra: '
4i ''1 :I"t.; will hold rain, is removed or buried; stretch of a splendid and majestic There was against the pipe, which the election tract be created out of the e>zItAoti
district
PTi That no water is allowed to standon number three said aew.e
: century, we behold the children of fine gentlemen-all .nu1-takera--lett to be .
numbered teoi aoil.be ,,
district !:
; uncovered in
our own places tubs .
; ( Company .the great republic, blessed of heaven to the common people., 4 -?y ''I'''
or barrels. or in any other yeses!, for and the finger of God Resolved. That election district:'
doesn't matter whether I.big : wigglers to breed in and guided by mov- be created out of the existing'district'
.' *" >II' _101.Broadway"" ;yours ; END STOMACH TROUBLE,
.' .. ,. the Ing peacefully onward to a marvelous number air said new district tob*-,,
attention of
,, I" That the official 1-
: ;: 'or little ti pine or hammock, grove city and magnificent destiny GASES OR DYSPEPSIA numbered nlno; and be It further ,- a
....! / .. ..,. .- ., whose business It is, I. called: to Resolved That the election dla.trleta-1
.i..Operatel;< (" er field good'or bad, I can make it any.standing-water in the town, that "The founders of 'the'repu'bUc deigned "Rape's biapepsin" Makes Sick, Seur, w m.. ... aa aforesaid... ..., and the aameaff. ,
thaaeaneat StoV I be described follows'v,
It .be .drained'away covered with 9 the constitution. to perpetual ;
.it or Gasey Stomachs Surely Feel
better than it is and the cost willbe Klectlpn district number ten to mi'*
"' .m4 :f5;Jl. the Freshest'1Grocerie. ; kerosene-w. will have gone far to the generations that fololwed proslalmeei Fine In' Five Minutes.t all : : nothing compared Vith what the top the breeding of mosquitoes.The it an immortal, document and -'"'- range'twefitysjeven: eaat. --1
> : ..v/. r5fAiiyHovi. ; ; ue-in,lniaa.iname. ,. .. breeding of flies will be stopped it is our sacred and-solemn, duty .to )\( what you just ate Is souring on brae Ei.otlon all of district. number ,,"rie' td eni.r fl
J% .\. .. ". will be worth after t have township tweatyoa.'aoutn.
property
undtminished ;
transmit It untarnished and ,
(' ? at 'once by .the ,careful screening ortightboxing our stomach: or''lies -like, a lump of: of range thlrty.four-aat.U A
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SP;Ift,1: , .' V* ...; "W"" ,"i '. put it into shape. ., of all places where manure ii).beauty and In strength to all lead, refusing'to digest, or you belch And "be It further'resolysa, :. "tfiat t

\ ," is stored that flies generations that come after u.. and eructate: undigested foregoing! resolution b. reoorded *
..\;.'F',1'r; -. ." -- - so no can lay gas sour the minute*-of i the Board o7 Com
" .eggs ;lh it; , .. Any assault upon should be account food"or.. have feeling_ of. dizziness, Cammlaalonera. and that th.*same
.:.;'; di.. .<1. . ,,' By not allowing the' manure, to lie ed an accursed act.". lie who would despoil heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad-taste published; In: The Klaslmmee Vaselt.

":" ,\. ..t, "-.\. ;R. DaRKER: exposed flies before storing;' ; it should ,be execrated we in 'month-and '..tomMhlteadacbei'OQcarr ; ceola .. a newspaper, published In 0
.: 1 ., : : covered ( would loathe the profaner of a temple blessed relief in five minutes county one* seals. week ?for to
f . By keeping and get successive Weeka,! : t-- "* I
f '\' '' ; : : i, Better ask me about It. now, Just burning It or Martin g' it awa or the desecrater: of a shrine. ." Put an end to stomach trouble forever -(SoI\L\ ) '. : M. W1., LESL1 T.\': .

'.. t, r. E ': }aORi write" to- PUBLIC HEALTH DEPART. "J,intend no schoolboy: declamation by'getting a' large .ftft-eent'ea" of 1." J.o., .OVIIIRSTIUCE'I'- . Cbartiasa. :

:: :!: : _. .. MENT-. FLORIDA FEDERA- by .this; outburst detest the. meth.odb Pape' Diapepsln from any drug store.s .I April /thdl/l: .aerk.'L'..' ; ''I'.' '-
-.1. ,}r.1 Ii ,', ,' '. 'rlat ets A..., Alf''' '1..' I 1JONOF"iWOMEws.C ,,: But I would be 'false to my 'plat. 'it .is ,to -sufferfrom, indigestion) ,
t."J'. 'J .; Lave I i, i t' th.-bod-earrfe1'tathecatpen( form pledges.to the peopl.to my oathof dyspepsia or.; any Stomach disorder.; '
,W W tsr"who office" and to ;CHICHTE 'S
{ :s is Vigorously sucking' his ,as a congressman my It's the quickest surest stomach does
I +/t Is' Mid ,.'to) have ''T %{!ti"* ''i.l': 1"** :**" \ ' thumb, 'cursing at 'the seme >time? ) .-: conscience: ..'s man If I did not protest tor-r;In world.,, It's Wond rfuL'' .lw.r t

ofjtegro women"in the. Developer Modern Model Farms Don 'you know-,how to. drive .'''nailyit in.vigorous terms against what I tr
1 five dollars .each. 'If.this yJ J' ' '!. ,'wnhok smuhln.-lincel'f', >: believe.to be'' an" appalling danger -to Wonder.Urtho': ** prohibitionist: y

R IS widely published Chicago ..f', "j 1 4$:I (j .. ""Carpenter-No','you bliroed fool and my '',-country and a dastardly assault presaiv//;democrats, of;; Tezaa considn

y the.largest negro pop.in ..- 4, oar" '.\ ,\' j _, f n.-t. -" upon the rights. and. privileges) ,CI C,,Mjri red' Praaida&t .W IIeD.infallible'whanhr
,the :wheW. eeua: 1j1"' &.' **:.:; .si" ," 'wJl.M'.if"; (-8', '? "" '. ""' !
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f. ,.By 1L E. Stevens, '


,| | %KISSIMME LUMftER CO.. !i..Melanose.". ....one"...of-''.the"'.'commonest...+ 0 O . : Dp You WANT '


e\ citrus' diseases In Florida. It occurs .. .. .
\ ,1N i in all citrusgrowinglocalities in the ."." .. -
i state. All varieties of citrus are. attacked : t" r
Rough and Dressed" ... ... i the young shoot. Reaves. and Fruit" r Pasture
,fruits being affected. The greatest
'loss it dU4 to the unsightly markings .. "
PINE produced, on the fruits. Melanose is r

LUMBERHOUSE easily recognized, and is known to f Farming : Grazing; ': ,
most growers: The disease is responsible \
no doubt, for a considerable .
dropping of young fruits, especially if Trucking Timber"LANDS r
a heavy infection takes place. early.in
BILLS A SPECIALTY the season. Melanose and stemendrot ..
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1. J are caused by the same fungus '
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.(phomo sis'eitrl), as has been pointed A

- . . . , I I. . . out in bulletin 111. This, fungus .
'" lives and reproduces itself chiefly in .
-- .. the dead twigs and branches 6f citrus" ,

C. A, CARSON, President N. c. BRYA Secretary. trees. This dead wood containing the '

fungus repeated forms infections the source take place from, when which I Have Them for JSale in Any Size ;BodyFrom.

The Waters & Carson ever favorable weather conditions oc.-11
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cur. .
Ten Acres Hundred
The most important step in con to One
trolling this disease is to remove ,and .
destroy the cause. Trees should be Thousand Acres.
::1 Grocery CompanyWholesale kept free from dead wood. All dead I .
: branches and twigs should be' prunedout t

and burnt each year. Pruning .A Letter Addressed to Me Will Bring a
x should be done during the winder I
months, or before the first flush of
and Retail Dealers In"GROCER1ES growth in the fearing. This will to a Full Description and Terms pf Sale.D.G.McKAy .
i considerable extent protect the new ,
.. growth which is often badly infected
early in the season. Summer pruning -1 -' .' ,. .
should he done/ where the trees are : .
not pruned during the winter. The

. ,results of our pruning experiments

. . . . . . . e . .aooooooe Oe..s0. this year show that nearly three times ,
.I/ as much fruit free from melanose was
e obtained from trees carefully pruned, KISSIMMEE
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FLORIDA
e WE SELL: 4 WE EUY: ee -
HAY as was obtained from trees not prun- I ,
O e ed: It should be remembered that this F
HIDES 0
affected
i year's crop was very lightly
GRAIN' 0 0 e I by melanose. r

.* FERTILIZERS, O O FURS, 0a e Where the grower has not pruned, l -. ...4'.4 ........... .. w
I in order to protect this season's crop I
Increase In Rate .
O 0 WOOL. e he may spray with some fungicide. Postage +
SHINGLES, o 0e that mel- .* YOU MUST CLIMB *
Webber and Swingle state

.. ORANGE BOXES, O. AND e ee I anose with Bordeaux was controlled mixture.by spraying The twice first Would Cripple Knowledge' 0 0 OR' BE CLiMBED'OVER.O O

eO 0000000000000000000.
spraying waa made just after the --+------
ORANOEWRAPS, ,_ALL, , e '
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a- -- - bloom dropped; and the second one. The word move. Time flies. Men f

VEGETABLE CRATES, 4 COUNTRY e one month to six weeks later. A third What does the proposed raise in the excessive: rates for fast mail trains change. Commerce .develops. The opportunities -
O 0 0 spraying may be advisable, and shouldbe second class postage rate mean to the that leave the large cities in the of today are greater than
I CRATE NAILS PRODUCE. applied about one month after the country daily and weekly press? early morning, and these trains carry those of yesterday. These are some I
0S O 0 second. Ammo'niacal solution of cop- The auxiliary has received a great little more than the'hundreds of thou- of the forces that compose universal. \

. . . . . . . . 4000000..ee000e per carbonate will give about the be same usedif many letters on this subject, and the sands of copies of the city daily: pa- progress.
results as Bordeaux, and may i, writers have expressed many diver pers on which the government pays To success, you must move. You ...
preferred.In gent opinions.As the freight," and so enables these papers must keep on going if you are filled Y
We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. using any fungicide on the citrus a general thing, the circulationof to carry the selfish, grasping doctrines with the ambition to keep on top. To
We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. trees, the grower must be prepared the country daily or weekly newspaper of the city into the country stand still means to' go backward.: .
,- Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. to; combat the scale insects that fol I is largely confined to the county -. homes, and to compete directly with There is no future in the past.
We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us fn circulars sad low. The applications of fungicide in which 'it is published. To be the local dailies published in the small Today is dedicated to you. Today
prices on fertilisers. '> should be followed by some good. con- sure there are numerous exceptions cities which these trains reach. you have the opportunity to keep on
tact insecticide. but The city, the city You even have the chance to
.. --- this statement, they are' exceptions or newspapers .
I The indications at present point toa and by no means the rule. and not the federal government' speed up and forge ahead leading the ,
11I1I111111111111111111111 heavy melanose infection this sea- An increased postage rate rriust necessarily shoulc] pay the heavy cost"of these others.' You eah t expect to advance "
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son. There has been an unusual development mean an increased subscription trains I if they are to be maintained.This if you loiter or stop on the way to
of the fungus in the dead price for the publication payingthe is a feature of the postal serv-
rest.There
citrus wood during the fall and winter higher rate, and so long as the ice to which the attention of your representatives i. no need of looking: back. '
months. Dead twigs have been examined free county circulation clauseof in congress should be ward." s
present
s, ONE-HALF INTEREST from groves in a number of the present postal law is not called, and your disapproval of this Cast your eyes to the future. El.
STOCK FARM localities, and these have been foundto changed U would seem that any increase item of expense should be emphatic. crow our way alone'throueh the i
I contain an enormous number of in the second class rate would .-Publishers Auxiliary. Be one of the pace setters.
' han Osceola County fruiting bodies of the fungus. Withso tend to help rather than injure the It is folly to depend upon past per's

much of the fungus present, should majority of the. country daily and MISSION OF THE ENTERPRISE.More formances. While you' are thinking ""its
favorable weather conditions prevailfor weekly Such an increase about some success in the past a more.* 1
papers.
a few days, the injury from mel- would undoubtedly mean an increase and more the Importance of a eagerman' will come,along-and soon.
l anose to this season's crop will be in"the subscription prices of the metropolitan newspaperJs being felt. There is perhaps get ahead of )'01,10 >
enormous. The heaviest infections of dailies and the magazines, no greater factor in shaping pub The world cangive'you' its'solid

{ > OneShalf interest in the best stock farm in O ceoa count. Thaisplendid melanose usually develop after rain's which to. come degree at least, are :lie opinion than the newspaper. ,It earth and its thousands of opportunities .
which are followed by three 'or -four competitors of the local papers. reaches' every hope. To a large extent and privileges: of growth" =as &
days of cloudy weather. 'The Auxiliary has advised publishers the moral the'.intellectual, and foundation. 'But you mutt"'keep in
; ; property,; fronts on a large lake and extends to thecounty The leaves and young shoots are to take up this subject of posj the social conditions of the communityare ,motion The force that"drove yesterday .
only subject to infection for a.com-' increase with their-representa- shaped by the newspaper.- It is gave you the momentum that you
f | road. Has some of the /finest trucking and fanning land in Florida. paratively short period-a month to age tives in congress, but in doing so it different than any other educational :start out with today. You must con- '

t. nix weeks. Infection on fruit may would be wise to lay particular emphasis agency in that it comes regularly ev. ,Unue.to supply the ueL_ You.can't go- '-\:-
; ; In the artesian belt; has the finest of flowing wells and part first class take place any time after the bloom on the need for maintainingthe ery week or every day as the case very far with merely the momentum.
has dropped until the fruit is two- free county circulation clause\ in may be, and people are consciously or of yesterday. ;
land. thirds or more mature. Our experi- the present postage law. I unconsciously influenced by that pa- i If you fail to keep up your pace -If "
] ) orange show that fruits which droppedthe fail to if
ments The country community newspaperis I I you keep on moving- yon
bloom in March could be infected an essential feature of Americanlife per.To the superficial observer there lag behind-you are hurting yourself, 1
with melanose as late as July. and American institutions. As a may be nothing in the paper of a degenerating maybe others who depend upon you.

We desire to sel cne-half interest in this property to someone. who I class these publications represent the nature and the paper may A log-splitter got ahead of the race 7
BALLADE OF THE BUSTLE. American people and the interests of even preach morals; but if the source and the world knows him.as Lincoln.A r

will take charge and manage it. An attractive proposition will be I the nation more accurately than do from which the paper emanates is farmer boy kept ahead of his time
(From the Richmond Times-Dispatch.) the publications coming from the lacking in a proper conception of what and became the .tfroac empire builder .
I constitutes morals-if it is in any way -James J. Hill. A storekeeper in
skirt cities.
the right References will be and I've seen fat women wear a
presented to required !
parly. given. At bottom scareeight i inches wi>*. Every large city is but a selfish, slack morally, deficient intellectuallythe 1wholesol1)e. New York broke away from precedent V a
\\ Till they looked like a vone invert grasping monopoly, seeking commer- influence of the paper cannot bed and J became the great merchant-A. + .
And walked as if their feet were cial supremacy for itself and its people Every word that; goes i T. Stewart.

t This property is less than two miles from the city limits of Kissim- tied. ruthless in its methods of accomplishment from the writer's pen will reflect The the'I. Don't make the race entirely physical.
writer.
It seemed so much their joy and grinding under its feet real character of the '. Use your head. Discover your tl
the commercial interests of the sur question then resolves itself again into best and it
develop carefully.
mee, a first class, high-grade proposition. We also have pride. the I pace
numerous and villagesthat it thitf fact: the man in the pulpit,
: towns
. 1 passed with an indulgent smile, rounding ,Keep advancing! daily. Increasayour.trength
-- But this I can't abide- may acid to its- ownwealth and importance .. man in the school room and - ,. -'1'hiAJdn! ..,
report -
2p: small farms, orange groves and anything desired in the way of a Florida The bustle's coming back in style. in the editor's chair all 'have an Influence I Discard all impediments. Let nothing .
The publications of the city are but and because of their ] '..'
home investment.We of the city. The editors they should be men of a high stop you from going ahead. Forget -
or I've seen them wear a hat B o.low, the organs I victories by setting :
t of these publicationsbelieve This is especially true of'the-edito: yesterda7'i
I could lady's nose, ana publishers 1?
scarce spy my new for today. \
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and the teacher
And clothes 80 cut I couldn't know in the 'methods of the city, The preacher are supposed ';
and further the city's aims in opposi- to be above reproach, but n01 t r That which applies to you applies '
have for rent a modern four-room cottige'less than two blocks If here she comes of there she goes.
,> She might dress this if she tion of the interests of the towns and such standard has as yet been set up'''to your town. We must get ahead asa -
way for the newspaper man. It is of the I community as well as individuals. t
from the business part of Kissimmee a&J two or three other propertieswell chose, villages.Yet it is the country town and the utmost importance, however, that the Let BS be'Uuilders.>> bet us make this
did <
If her fancy beguile !I \
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so small city that represent the backbone newspaper man be a man who has town keep up with the progress of }..
located. But this I uterly oppose- of the American nation. Theseare moral standards, not only from the \i other towns. and, if possible, move a ').1f
The bustle's coming back in style. the market places, the social centers standpoint of policy, but from the fact '!I little faster ahead. Let us work not .;.

of the substantial American citizen of the importance of developing the I II only for our Individual salves, but f ".
Already we are pinched for space, and it is the newspapers pub-i kind of a character that it is. whole- for the town in which we live. The ,.
In cars and moving picture shows lished in these towns and villages I some to impress upon.others. opportunity of both the town and ourselves tJ i
But soon a woman must displace Let our pulpits, school rooms and is today. Toda)"'. opportunity '
that them. :
NELSON REALTY CO. Two men to sit down Fashion's, I suppose.I blows. I Already represent the federal l government! her!,newspaper offices be presided over by is always the best! opportunity, sine ,II}
think of all Dame
I first of all moral it is the that be i
done too much for the cities and the men who have a one can immediately '(
; This is the worst, about a mile I publications that represent them. I standard and who are not afraid -to seized. Do, not wait for the future to ..

This is the cruelest of woes-- I The parcel post law, even in its present I maintain it, and our whole citizenrywill i make this a good town or to make you r .t
back in '
The bustle's coming style.
Ii i form, has assisted in centering i in be stimulated to accomplish more something that you want to be. Rather let!:

REAR STATE BANK :u.: KISSIMMEE FLA. j L'ENVOI. them the business of the nation, and 'of the things worth while. lay hold of the present and make .".

Dame Fashion, can it truly be each extension and enlargement of 1 I II the' future secure. ..
That you consider man so vile the law is but another step in this I FIRESIDE BURNING BRIGHTLY. Patronize the home merchants encourage
process.The local enterprises, build homes '
this decree
You enter condign '
The bustle's coming back in style? federal government is paying Keep the fireside burning brightly and beautify your yards. The Punta 1/
I' With a sure and steady glow Gorda of the future will be exactly I J.'
Lest the ones we love and cherishFrom what the people here make It, and ,/

.YtI ) ifl yl $$yl $yl y yf yl yf yl 1'jf yt$Yl yl. l .S PLOW IT UNDER TAKES OFF DANDRUFF their homes may want to go. each individual. can have a part In "";-
FALLINGSave
HAIR STOPS i I shaping the town's destiny by heedinjr >
The ruinous habit that too \ Keep the fireside burning brightly.
many the Injunction.-Punta Gojrda t"
RARE CHANCE IN SUBURBAN HOMEAs Stronger home-ties then unite Heralding .'
people have of burning off the grass Bottle
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Hair! Get 25-cent
other interests prevent my living there. offer for sale tax and other growth on the prairie land Your a i So the loved ones long may linger f....
indicates that have not begunto of Danderine Right Now-Also Near,its warm and cheery light. .' *
yet flIII
: place on Fish'Lake' four and 4 half miles from rCUsimmee and_qtuduUnt we "
i from St. Cloud. thinJ clearly'on the matter of good Slope Itching Scalp. For too oft the fire bunts dimly, .
The marl .land here is not '
t ". .This'property comprises: over 20 acre of good land and Las fanning.as. rich in humus as the muck in the Thin brittle colorless and scraggy Cheerless place the heart and home, : Y,
660 feet the lake front Excellent fishing.. much hair U mute evidence of a neglected And the loved Ones long to wander. :
I on 'glades. Some of it .is very Long to leave It and to roam. J] 1 B'I'[["
g scalp; of dandruff-that awful scurf. '
\ .The land u half. fruit and balance muck. Haj house almost, .marl.
destructive to
'When this land (U farmed for a year There U nothing so They will wander far to find It r
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and fI Has in house
new story a"half. 3030 water ,the two wefls. the hair dandruff.; It rob dire' hair ,
or' so .it wilt produce a dense growth ; Joy and and warm fireside,
,(one of these is flowing) of.,fine' Artesian:water goo4 outbuDdings.barns of grass and weeds that would breakup of its lustre, its strength and its very ,' If their own peace II cold and dismal aaAt

< aad chicken runs. -" .- the hardness of the oil and improved life; eventually producing a feverishness 1hy: .will travel far and wide ;
County'road and A. C L. Railroad run through'south, end of lot it 'greatly. It may be difficultto and itching of the scalp which' i INSURANCES k kt
plow this under'but nevertheless it If not remedied cause the halr rooti For the human heart. longing ka
with station,* oiaiJa,. Telephone s r 'ce withKissimmee; and St.- should be burned.' In f.et everything to shrink loosen ,and die-then the For the Joys it cannot'find. .. '"' '' ',
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''Co d. 'Tjtle. W pr0Pert7'pWfeet. ,rteveil reasonable! ,sad terms*!H never,that would produce bumus hair fail Out fast. 'A little Danderine When tbs love tie has been broken, ;-r"'I". .... Sacepst T'r1. ..'" h" I.c I..

pits if desired Apply to J.,W Prenti. &*.1 96..KSs........... Flair I ij should be put onto the soil and covered tonight- *-any time-trill' rarely .Jn tbd horn it left behind" : '"rNF4SONINSUtI
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; muck and'marl bv: taking eare of the I surely can have, beautiful hair and (If.you keep the dear ones with you "OLI.. ....'JaiW.
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"" ,.. : 4 THE K1SS1MMEE VALLEY_GAZETTE FRIDAY, APR1L.24, 1'14. : >! '
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where corn and oat do 'not thrive, p uIupIJlIIsIitt IlIuilPuul liii uuuIaIuuII S
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ii -es, Your Stomach THE WAY- other grains can be used to'good advantage EXCURSIONS ", 'J"r '( '*'
II ; for example, a mixture of

- I Trouble You? equal parts.by measure of'Kafir corn, Ktssimmee Furnitur, CO.i..;,<
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oats and barUy\ will produce good re-

MCJllr'j Wonderful Stomach suits. Scatter a small handful of.this ,., .
Remedy
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,I Is Stwcmsfully Taken in Casesof I :-.TO-KEEP ; mixture for every and three hens and in the ONROMAT1C- Unddr Entirely New Management
litter morning noon give .
Stomach Liver and )Intestinal them all they will eat ot it in a V- : :

{ Ailments -'L shaped trough atjiitfht., In the win V

And One Doe_ Ma* Often Dispelled I POULTRY ter time some green feed should be SL JOHNSFrom Furniture .
Tear* of Suffering fed at noon; cabbage or mangelwurztlfl -

: either chopped or whole, are good. Household Furniture from Kitchen to Attic, a full and complete i

\ c>; AA AVfl'c Every few days look in the Jitter carefully V line. V *
if the fowls' -
j mid see are eatingall .
the grain being given them ; if not, '
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AWondtrfuIS1omachReniedy Can Be Handled Succes.-; I I'I'tD reduce( work the for quantity.what feed Fowls they that get have sel- Jacksonville During. Baby Carriages ,.

i dom become overfatj Grit and oyster I .

\ ) In SrnallTlaceTHK.WASTK J shells in a hopper should.always be Reunion Week A splendid Jjne of Handsome Baby Carriages and Go-C': ; u. ;:
I fully [I kept tx-forfe thm. The grit is used to Let show them V

: will change I grind their feed, and the oyster shelli { us to you. .i- .

: ;:: I i furnishes the lime for the eggshells. --'-._- ,

.; that I'KOIMTT FRoM TH KKITCIIKN ''lie surf to keep water before them'at I II THERE'LL nE.SOMETHING DOINGAT Bicycles V ?v
MAY all times.. Birds that are laying drink
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than those that Ure i ir TilE "OASIS ON TilE DESERT .
Face much more water '
: Long HK TO \ l IV.NTAKAS ) : I *' Iver
with
not laying. Tbi' water should be kept EVERY MINUTE Johnson Bicycles coaster brake at a bargain. ..
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FEEl. r direct ; of the I I "
out of the rays surrr mmlNG TilE RE '

) M7IS W mr "t.nh _m..,ly ran I The period of time it takes. to hatch I UNION. !
'.. really) be termed a wonderful rrmrcly and thr Washington, I ). < April 20.() -(Of eggs of the domestic hen is tWl"nty1 1 Kissimmee Furniture Co.V
benefit* that it fivei in many 'II J ihr mot, ---- V
chronic of Stomach the vai loOM km/I of 11Rto'k, poultry one duys. There are two methods of
caw rroublr
hn. 'I l
.rra Jacksonville Fla"
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its> fame i from one end of the country to Hie I is most widely adapted to suburban incubation and brooding:, namely, natural I April -Among
.ther. No matter where you livrvou, will conditions for several, reasons. It can and artificial. In natural incuba- the many interesting events of the 310 Broadway. E. O. Garland, Mgr. Jt
Jind people who hare ciitiered with! Momn., Confederate reunion May 6, 7 and 8, "
,
I succvKkftUly the hen is allowed
v. M4 iBUMlul AJlniMiU- !1,1. bundled' 0n a very tion anil brooding:
JJ .ml liavr
I ,- been reMored to heilth and ore rlc.limit 'in ..hr"Cl'h smnll amount of land 1 The waste prod-, to ...i.! on a neht' of ('IgRnd/ brood or I will be excursions on the St. John'sriver I I I n 111111 I i 111111111111111111111 n 111111111 ii 111 III
of
the remarkable
of thi. remedy. There' > iliy ui-tx from I the kitchen' mid I the table mother thi' young: chick when one most .
nirri': -- -- ---- .
one fcear of the rnullobtained used Advantage feed. bodies of water in America.For V ... a
l be t to as halt-hod.
I from tbii remedy and ihc' l.rll.Io"( may a distance of fifty miles, with .
. Th" r.iriof tin. chickc-ris i pleusant.nik
I
I are entirely natural, an it act mi tli ftmirre I u
I and foundation of then* ...Im. simple, and I Jacksonville!' as the center, the
m i mnnt \ l "is roinpaiatively) C..A.. SO F.A..E.MEB:: :
.. tbe poUonoul catarrh and Inlr a "' ins out the inflamation from the immlinal, may uny I wide. Below the city, at the mouth -. J: SU'B.A.. CC-
,
.. ; dn--.ewl poultry ;
: tract an4 .i. in rendering t.h.me, arm 1 family l'KHmi'J WEIGHTOF
Sufferers urged d demand! and bew I the river, are the government;
eptic. are to trv < iir <>'M aie always I in may ,
whieh clonelrawM) -.*li* ..wuuT juiileniuK; i ami I I II .;l-t.w-iid.viujUm,( I- convince that Wonderful I I
yon Ma.yr'a HtomaehMfiaj ing--navigation safe and .
p- r ... should rrdtore tn giiml I ,hi.illh,) used at IK/UK, 1 tbus l'uiiii<>hinfr II .strict-, I V /
Put ft to a teat today-the von rrMiltt. "ill >.>. a j 1\ I licsh i p..odlldhld, is bard to 'e- I A steamboat trip to the Jetties isJ State Bank Building
VI revelation to you and you vill;]1 r.-j..i.;, "vn fuic under geneial niaikct t onditionjind ( ; CATTLE : one of the finest river trips in the ,
) your quirk recovery ajid mre .ifrnm I m>w flu- world, and a delight to all who take it.
of
,- addition. (Inare poultry
in
) l" jO, of living. Send for I linoklet on St inn< h
.' A f \Vhltinf St., Cbicaco. or liettrr Hill, obtain. a ei'ip'oyment) anil Koo,1 distiphne for ville to the mouth of the river every
.,I fcottle Ironi your
I : For Sale In KirtHimmee IS? come 10 t the housewife, or saving 111'1 INCREASEDMore sand people are expected to visit that I

5 : lit' fond aceouiit I t for the. family.say historic spot. In taking the trip to the
J. Z. ROBERSON I ocean, the steamers pass the magnificent .
t /poultiv I specialists of! the I department I THE H. SIEVER
And Druggists Everywhere. ol I'gncultureThe waterfront of Jacksonville famed

all over the country for its .commerce
following 11!"" popular I in I this country: Plymouth 'h"1 Than T wanty FivB I and manufactures. Jacksonville has REALTY COMPANY
most
Clark sized to nicety
:.!; Jtr4- Champ up a seven and a half miles of waterfront ,
I InlandIteds
the presidential protipeirts for lM! <;i. lo.ksV'ilfllOtt' ( ", Rhode all of it built up with docks antiwharves .
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lie says that if Wilson conliimus to ( )r.flgtti! It lid| Sitigle-como ] while the tall skyscrapers of NOT IN THE TRUST .
.2' make good .tie. will the nomination White I Iegboins, ThiLeghorns I *ie- Per Cent :
fret
tht city give the background; of the
-' again; but if he fulls it won't he woith I 1'1'11) : In the egg-laying: class of fowl-, picture an intensely modern and 10,000 .ue Stock Farm a bargain if taken at once,

having, for any democrat Tampa I jay white eggs and arc ",'specially) thrifty setting. n." -S.OO per' acrei- -:- -;- .:-, w- i- __ _

II, Times. I adapted t I t to I laigc i commercial I egg, AFTKK HEIX: (! FREED FROM1: Above the city are the famous orange Prairie Land, Orange Groves, High Hammock Lands, timber Laa..
section.heie whiteS
farms to t H
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? GOVERNMENTDHED : I of Duvul county, which, I
.O I egg bimgs a pi'-mTum over every visitor to the reunion will want Lucia at All Prices and on Easy Term
i . the \ :MILLIONS TO
[L I eggs. The other breeds .belong to 'I
M. TILLER I U> see. These groves are visited yearly 2,000 acre Stock Ranch, will exchange half vain
geneial i I purpose. / class I and I lay I brown I WEALTH: OF CAT-. by several thousand tourists who
eggs. They aie I better, adapted to the j for ether real eitaie -:- -:- -:- -:- -:-
; IL.loWNERS.. come to Florida to spend the wthter
Real Estate Agency. average j Pl'I''OI1.1""r llufarmer "hokeeps
only small number! of 20.--11111,1 months. Farther up the river are 1
a Groves all and
t ...mmw........mm.**....%%..m.%m, as they are.: good! layers. and also fo"'j\ Washington, I). C., April many points of historic interest that I Orange sizes prices
tick eradication by the department ofagriculture everybody will want to visit": To meet
table Another advantage !
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V : If Realty bought and sold. good: poultry : in T'xaa'HI the south this demand, river steamers will make .KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
of t the general I [iuipi.se i breeds i I< II
;r Houses rented. that they will. hatch eggs and In nod iind siduthwest, i is saving the stock I Ij.rnI'J" trip every day, giving special. ratesto I I L I

millions of dollars annually. reunion visitors. ___ _ ;
j; Taxes paid and Titles verified their chickens, while. the Leghorn": anijother I I -- -- -
: for non-residents. breeds of the egg-laying -lass Texas, the south and southwest, are
far I better cattle-raising regions
now -- -- -
:.r Fire, Life and Acqident In- artS A non-sitters.great' variety of methods of feeding since the government began work to HOW TO PREPARE I

surance. stamp out the pest.
anti caring for poultry are used
I Indemnity Bonds. successfully. Hatching; and brooding. Eradication has been proceeding: THE SOIL ANDCUTIVATTOMATOS i

rearing chickens under hens, is the since 1900.! When the work was begunall k V
or best method to use where a small the states/ from central Virginiawest : I I L. & N LOUISVILLE&NASHVILLE' I L L. & N

number of chickens are raised, and and south to southern California,
included known p -ca> TTT=?<-n AT-> U
were in what was as
especially if the care is apt to be ir-
; S.IUIJLLOCKREALESTATfi regular. Incubators and brooders maybe the cattle quarantine area. That GOVERNMENT INSTRUCTIONS TO
used also but they increase the meant an area where the cattle tick,
; cost of equipment considerably. which carries Texas fever, was abund- THE TOMATO CLUB

Chickens can be reared under._.hcna ant the year 'round. Cattle from'thisarea GIRLS.
'successfully by keeping the hens con-' was stunted in growth and could ILaNI. J

...-..--..,.......... fined in the brood coop, while allowingthe be shipped to market only under se Preparation of the soil for toma .
j.t V # chickens to roam at will. verequarantine restrictions and toes.. If the lIuld,wal not plowed in :

: INSURANCE When many fowls are kept in a brought very much lower prices than the fall plow as early in the spring ,

small the'' ground becomes so cattle from other sections. It wag is possible( and prepare it thoroughlyby '
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space
Examination of Titles feared when the work commenced V '
a was harrowing and dragging. Where T'O.
foul that in time it becomes difficultto : 'THE ATTRACTIVE WAY
that tick eradication impossible -
rear chickens with good success. In was the land was plowed in the fall replowit
Specialty. order to avoid this condition it is ad- because it was such an immense ta k. in the spring-then -apply the ma- CINCINNATI CHICAGO LOUISVILLE :
i A canvas. of the quarantine territoryhas and thoroughly mix it with The .
visable to divide the lot and sow part nure LEXINGTON ST. LOUIS INDIANAPOLIS -
of it with of the just been completed by the depart- soil by disking and harrowing. Harrow DAYTON KNOXVILLE
Correscondence Solicited. some quick-growing PITTSBURGH .'
of This shows thatan
ment agriculture.
; grains, such as oats, wheat, or rye. and'disk the soil as many timesas COLUMBUS BUFFALO BIRMINGHAM (
', V By this method the yards may be rotated area of 215, 00 square miles has is necessary to put it in the very CLEVELAND GRAND RAPIDS PENSACOLA
been declared tick free and released
every three or four weeks dur- best of condition and use a drag or DETROIT NASHVILLEEVANSVILLE MOBILE
ing the growing season, turning the from quarantine. This is about one- roller to break up the clods. Where I TOLEDO NEW ORLEANAll

i; hens onto the growing grain when it is quarter of the original quarantineed the land iswell drained level culture ,

C.W.GRIFFINStaple a few inches high. A good combination territory. The farmers and stockmen should iBe practised, but where the soil I Points North. Northwest, Southwest.
of grains is oats and wheat in throughout this tick-free region are is poorly drained, the plants should be

equal parts, sowing six or seven bush- enthusiastic over the results and report set on ridges. The flatter the ridges Three Solid Through Trains Daily

and Fancy els to the acre ((43,5f sq. ft.), and dollars already annually a in saving beef cattle of millions and milk of the better, provided good drainage Is I South Atlantic Limited, Lve Jacksonville 8:15: P. M.

using wheat alone for the last seeding i secured- Never use narrow peaked Dixie Flyer Lve Jacksonville 8:25: P. M.

in the fall. | production. ridges, as these dry out too quickly. I Montgomery Route Express, Lve Jacksonville 8:05 P. M.
GROCERIES There eleven states south of the ,
I
The prime esesntials in poultry are Fertilizers. Even where manure is S
houses are fresh air, dryness, sunlight quarantine line where tick eradica- used, commercial fertilizer should be Three Daily Trains to Mobile. and New Orleans, ,
has been and where "
and space enough to keep the tion practised applied as the manure' will not supplyall Leave Jacksonville 8:00: A. M., 5:00 P. M. and 8:00 P. M.
birds comfortable Allow about fourSquare either a whole or a part of the state the elements of plant food needed. All electric lighted trains with through steel drawing-room
sleepers
?
T have been released from '
Fret Delivery to all Parts quarantine. For foil that is manured at the rate of
feet of1' floor bird for
and modern
space per There are only two states, Louisiana, LI free reclining chair cars, high-back seat coaches. .
the breeds and three two to three loads on the onetenthacre ,
Vj; of the City square) general feet for purpose the smaller breeds. A and Florida, where practically no tick plat, it is advisable to apply ten L. & N. Dining Cars-No Better Dining Car Service. II'

good eggrlaying ration may be madeof work has been done. to twenty pounds of nitrate of soda, Fast Time-Rock Ballast-No: Dirt--No Dust. V :

; a dry mash of equal parts of cornmeal The cattle raisers in the tick free fifty to one hundred pounds of 16 per Florida
H. C. BRETNEY; Passenger Agent,
V' V V bran, middlings-and beef scrap, territory were applied to and have cent. acid phosphate and fifteen to
ktir which is kept before the birds in a sent in about 1,000 replies to the inquiry thirty pounds of muriate or sulphate 134 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
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hopper all of the time; and a scratch of the agricultural department.These of potash, to the plat. If no manureis ,
indicate that on the the used add to eighty pounds of
ration of equal parts of corn, wheat average forty ..
Sprigg FremiogCLEANING and oats fed in a little fou rto five weight of the cattle and the milk pro- cotton seed meal in addition to the - -- .-- --- .
inches deep twice daily. Regulate this duction in the tick free territory have fertilizers already mentioned. Where --r- ----

feed so that the birds eat about one- increased almost a quarter. Practically the soil I is well supplied with potashthe EPISCOPAL CHURCH TO RAISE CATTLEINSTEAD

half mash and one-half scratch grain, no deaths from Texas fever have amount;of muriate or sulphate of
A which will mean feeding about one been found in any of the territory released potash could be reduced. On fairly
PRESSING quart of mixed grains daily to twelve from quarantine. It is estimated rich soils use the smaller amounts NOTES: OF INTEREST: OF COTTON .

: DYEING n. Plymouth Rock hens, or to fourteen that the money saving in the valueof suggested and "on poorer soils use the ;
Leghorns. In order to utilize the waste the cattle raised'for the market haa larger amounts. The fertilizer can be
V V REPAIRINGLeave table products to the best increased about $34,000,000. The increase applied broadcast or sown in the row. ; The services on Easter day were be- St. Louis, Mo.; April-17._The inroad -

4S moist mash be used advantage1a in place 6f in the value of milk productionis When distributed: in furrow, the fertil- ; yond all expectation. The church was of the cotton boll weevil throughout

: \ word et my house and cloth the dry mash,-may eeding once daily. If it harder to estimate, owing to the izer should be well mixed with the soil a mass of beauty from end to end, every the southeastern states is cans- V

r IV :will be cMMd lor and returned. contains much meat, table scrap may variation in local conditions, but it is by running a cultivator along the row. seat and window decorated. The ing planters to turn their attention to-
be substituted for the beef if said ''that this, too, is enormous, After the fertilizer is well mixed with altar and front looked lovely. Just live stock raising. There is no danger *
,Satisfaction Guaranteed scrap; under the east window a new text, illuminated of cattle producio'n
4V not, merely add it to the mash given amounting to several million dollars the soil in furrow, the ridges should be being over-
annually. thrown over the row and leveledoff by Mrs. Bullock, "Hoc. Est. done in the south, as the north i i. so-
tVbk .. . .9 .__. . .... . .4V above. Along the eradication of 'the cattle with up a light drag. Corpus Meum," shone out in gold and short of cattle that it will take years ;

UK** I. The selection of stock is a matter of tick has gone an increased activity in the plants. Before takingup royal colors. The six life-sized oil to bring supplies back to normal. .' "

.....ooooooooooooo.ooooo++ deal considerable of one's importance success or, failure as a great with raising thoroughbred stock and in the Setting the plants, the soil in which theyare Istie paintings vestments of the, stretched apostles,from in Euchar-side to A new profitable field is now open to *t"
bulls. the
importation of thoroughbred southern cattle
should be thoroukhly raisers in produc-
upon the growing
individual
} : : tit poultry depends More feed crops are .now raised and side of the sanctuary. The golden ing of stock cattle low '
used soaked in order to make it adhere to on priced lands i.
to breed from. Care "with the two
RAYSTONEmi specimens altar of the Covenant, "
more silos are being built. that can be
should be taken to select the the roots. Where the plants are grownin Exodus shipped to the corn belt if
early the ends thereof, -
cherubims '
,One of the curious features in con on and finished for market 3
2'r* W _ _ maturing, fast-growing pullets. Hens pots, cans, etc., the whole mass of 25:20: filled tbe central panels. on grain. ,
nection with- the work is the it This week Chapman
way the whenit Brother of "
soil should adhere to plant Char-
: will not, as a rule, lay Until! they are Th, altar cross In the center between
ui TNt mi well matured it be was started, which is commented on I is set out. If the plants are not of iton county, Mo., marketed A drove of
; consequently can hcm. Tall tapers and vases lovely *
by the older agricultural department seventy heifers Louis
in individual as at the St. Na- !
i
r receptacles
., readily seen that the slow-growing grown other flowers filled in
white lilies and
ana .cond-hand "tom.
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employes. It Is said that the startingof tional stock yards for '
al. from breeds will large a ball of soil as possible shouldbe $41.17 per head.
V ,1>illea for floo tc not begin to lay as soon as the .
; aJ' .L0ob. .'at Oraritona Oavraci the former. A good index to a hen's the tick eradication work ,in the taken up with teach plant. : spacafl. They purchased these cattle last win-., *
V "V$.. aaa-r. south was due largely to the ravagesof "We love Thine altar, Lord, was a ter at a cost of $19.60 per head. These .4,

V .: :Vf, w. TWUUW.. .re*. .... MITEI. Up.w . $ of ability feed to and pay labor a profit is her over ability the to cost be the gypsy moth in the forest areas be The set plants out as for soon the as early all crop danger should! of truth. heifers were Florida.,_.Fais&l and not
of New At the the tick
England. time Ther.r Communion at 7:30 good in quality
was Holy yet.they gained fleshin
.
method
to
continually on the move. It is advisable frost! is over. A good use
> work was started New England wanted 5-. m. Sunday school, when the chil- the north at the rate of two pounds-
_ _- _ to keep but one breed for purebred In setting! the plants is to open a fur- .
H additional money f Draughting the dren brought their Easter egg and per day and made for the "
money
fowls with and set the men '
as the product from a row a turn plow
moth and the first cattle tick who '
ten-inch handled
in them.V
flock of the gypsy thIs furrow. If the soil is presented It to the Lord .
same variety i I. more uniform plants in '
appropriation was secured by a coalition of water mite boxes,.for the missionary cause Missouri and Illinois could use a ,
than in' about
: that from a flock of mixed dry, pour a pint
of the northern and southern hundred
thousand
V ; t.f1hrasher; breeds or mongrel stock.It representatives around each plant As soon a* the of the church. Florida, Alabamaand
who agreed to both
takes pass soaked in soil Horning and Eucharistat Georgia feeder this spring.
healthy, well-fed flock to appropriation rather than to water.h.as pull some dry prayer sung .
produce egg*. Fowls mart.not be allowed neither. pass around. the plant. .10:80 even the Te Deum" sung, -

; : _$ jM far'Worker! V to become too fat. a* but few' Sine the tick world baa proceeded in The distance of planting depend on' andaiung well, by our faithful ladies. TEN-ACRE GROVE FOR SALE.
will be The rector .what was declared -
laid preached
eggs by hen In such con Texas and the south, the cattle raiser the, method of culture. Where the V
dition. To prevent,their getting over there have become enthusiastic over it, plant are to be 'pruned to one or two to be the best. sermon. b.ever I ha,- a- ten-acre rm.vebV

teiL C tl g "CI 11y fat it is best to make them work for and they ay now that the south U an Urns and tied.to ;ftakes male the preached. kcres in Oranges and Oval! -A--
;
, most of their feed by scratching in the Ideal cattle-raising country,'and Is destined row three or" four feet apart and set V Thirty DmWlleauw, obeyed theirLord''command. acres k heavy bearing} etiJnatad: -* |
r 'v '" litter, of which there should be about to furnish the bulk of the Jbe 'plants two to two and one-half The collection cam crop this fall from 1,000 V 'Vl'\1 it
:lfi.t. <. ''' , four inch* on the floor.Thls litter meat to '25.' And *o we rejoice.-* boxes lix-room onUraSSchurchia
fed in the **.nlt the plants cottage and
needed, in the United State / apart ,1 -
-4 'S"tre jutsooon
;t-, ) 0' or"- can be of.trtw; leave !or chaff1'52t4should ; I : On Tuesday,three ladle. of hi* congregation lags tess-than ten -
10., ay' ,{ ; ' V I as the cattle tick and Its aeeom- are;not to\;be trained'to *take set .l ; mlnut.Vwalk frossb. ,. -
"" always be kept dry-' ,: presented the :Rererend W. postoffic. achool
petying TeXas fever U'eradicated by them three 'to four feet apart in the ; and Ni ..'
"',;: tr1t"o-" ; ", ,, ' A good feed fort egg-prodaction-I* withth..rowaVfoul..f.et apart.;. j B. Ball with a solid gold pocketknife e, .coosse.- : ; .5 4
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1ir ,_ The committee from.the board of l
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; 11. :Apopka II bond trade.issue submitted to the* their city council report Monday on the II or'cent\ : .. . . '. (', "

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i j Frank' Adams 'of Plymouth! was a asked to prepare plan for conduct Dear ,Gazette: ''With ). an ,.." sJv 1 S. 1 ..
,y \ mstness: visitor her'Tuesday.'. Ing the election In a legal way. The temperature for the pair two r I '

'E.!: C. Bray of Winter Garden 'made citizen are all very anxious about issuing of "78 who could help hut be : .. .
'r a;business trip to this place Monday the bonds and want no delay even if they had to do' without I < .
in the matter, so the opinion of the attorney things to eat but .jrithl the "
-Mrs; A. Helnlsch and little daughter ; .. t
is solicited from the start climate to, ,
df' enjoy everybody
-Clearcona were shopping: town A large and enthusiastic meeting of here has plenty to eat' !
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,Tuesday
"'f. '' the Apopka Board of..Trade was heldon to do but work and enjoy,life.
Dabney Jackson spent last 'Satur Thursday-night April 9th.. in the "- : ,
If Uncle Sam has to spank e
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day night In Orlando as. the guest of Knights of EytbW hall,-th. seating GI' a.er."Orsbge..Cente i can .
;>friends there. capacity being taxed its .
to utmost, the; boys with some fine < nions,
k Mrs.: Rutledge/ mother of Mrs. Guy Matters of great importance were discussed toes beans and a .few other. \ -; .
);'Zepp' has returned to her home in and acted upon. things like that . .I;" ; I' \
. Washington, D. C., after' spending the The question of a fruit and vegetable D. A. Spahlor of Taft tad
winter very pleasantly here. packing house; the establishmentof In Orange ..Center last \ ondayv .
I I Hugh L, Kelley is assisting FrankE. a canning factory and the' establishment i. working-on-our road sis fast as
Zepp in'the erection of a now bungalow of a plant for the manufacr sible. If you can say i Know .
for Mallery Dixon in Zellwood. turing of citrus fruit products was your commissioners of. Os *ola

''Milll Edith Carton has closed her considered. that will cause them to p t their -... /
.school at Fort Christmas and has returned A proposal to buy uniforms for the workers to work on the roi d to .. 1'
to her home her". city volunteer fire company met-with Creek and on to our county line, "
J F. H. Davis is having his side lawnplanted much favor, as the boys have* done say it. We need the roa and It \").
In St. Augustine grass, which some very active fire- not be a great while bef re-our. : \
;,;:. will be fine as soon as it begins to A proposition to make the office of' will reach your liThe s. : "'
1 grow. secretary of the board of trade a paidofl'ice fine.. .count week .
x Mrs! W. T. Wilson and daughter came up. This matter was -deferred rood bunch of our peopl. out to \. .'
i Mi. Ruby, visited in Orlando last until the next meeting of the Sand Lake last Monday for a ,' "" 7'

: Wednesday. ,board. , I and picnic. Mr.Stokes has a '.. .
t w ; Mr.,Walker of Tennessee was here Anofner matter which means very : torbOat and made the day .
fast week looking for a place to build much. to the town, was the joyable for the picnickers by '
hdme and impressed ment of a public library. A e.tabU.h-1 the lake with them.
18) was very favorably E.
I with our growing little city. tee was formed and $150( was Mr. Lancaster of Wihdemere ; : :
'W B. Raulerson.'who suffered a' ed at once. The secretary wa. instructed Orange Center-visitor last -

,'at>:pke of paralysis last winter, is able to communicate with the An- motored down with his family. : :
to 'oe out again, and made a business drew -Carnegie Library EndowmentFund Mr. and Mrs. Bonney "spent ,
["'trip to Orlando last week with H. H. committee! with a view of get., Monday in Orlando # ,' ;:Ao ...
". Witherington. ting a subscription. A movement was T. L. Stewart has the ground In 0 .
E. C. Jones of Baltimore, Md., was also started for a city band All pres- ion thirteen ready for trees lie .,
t+ here last Wednesday in the interest of ent signified'their intention of joining. have a nice little 'grove started 'i'
{ the Sea Gull Specialty company Those unable to play or learn to play Mr. Stamback in a short time.WUsonand..famfuoEiU. I. O.K., BAKERY !
City; which he represents. .. aa jastrurn! .. .
I to furnish chin music or make a musi- ably -- .' ---- --- -
j Mrs. Myers and family of Pinecrest move to the farm of Mr. '
were in Apopka Saturday on business.J. I cal sound like money. Babcock on Lake Butler Mr. rR. Band Brand Candy
.' S. Rackley Is having his yard enclosed The attendance at this meeting i bas work' with Mr. Lancaster, r 15c per,Ib.Guaranteed .
with a new wire fence, which shows conclusively that our cititens ager of the Chasegroves.UNCLAIMED I '
greatly improves the appearance of are wide-awake and are determinedthat . ._' Pore..
*. they will supplement the ne- I
E his home. .
& fits to be derived from the bond l issue LETTERS I'
1 W. T. Wilson has moved the office
!%/of the agent of the A. C. L.. Ry. from by making Apopka a live, up-to- : DIXIE THEATER +i'
f, the old postoffice building to the A. C. date: city. Visitors were present from AT THE 'I .
j' L. depot, where he can now be found Alabama, London, England<< Cincin- Cool, Clean,'Comfortable ,
I during business hours. nati, Ohio, and St. Petersburg. /Substantial a
refreshments were served. KiMlmmcc. Kla.. April to. I High Class Entertainments
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W. T. Champneys has installed a Advertised lint for the two
anew l desk in his store at Central ave- Music was furnished by Professor ending May 4, 1(14: '
;.' nue and Fourth street.It arrod's Mountain City orchestra. Allen ),{. B. M&rtln. J. L.Jurnelte. Only.
is with that learn of J. B. Marens. Mica : ;
regret we r '
Berdea. .
Mm. Kate Mal ry, W M. .
i serious illness of L. D. Gilliam, 3lnfrm..n, Hurt-H, --MeU-ni -Bov n.
e poatmasteLat _Clarcona] ... but we Bans, Miss Aliens. Monroe Mica : -The-LeadingM.vlag4'kturehawIt _-
are'-Iffttd to note that he-is now- rap I It t Manhattan -II ,lironnnn.JronjsoD.Mr Mr....Jahn.Mpnecgl-. McDonald, it, Fr g .. Found at the ;
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idly improving and we sincerely hope Dellle. UVerstreet T ,q+
for his ultimate recovery. Brock W..I..y Malcolm.31edioe. PASTIME TIIEATER .. "
W. L. Pannell, our concrete contractor Still at the good cheer domicile. Brown. .Mini B. P.Sunli- Hearen.Rowell Joe. 1,
,' and builder is very busily engaged Rex has remained at Kissimmee beyond B. Sloan. Marlon. Gardner Bros. Mgrs. '
now making concrete sidewalk his usual time. He's growing Cobbs.3uren. A Robert.mall.' Sharp Ml..

tiling and will soon begin to lay nice fat and saucy. The allurement. of Gray Simon. Smith torla L.N.O.llrny. 'h . ,
new walks in the business parts of our this noted place holds him within' its {harl.... :Tynor. Miss ,
-iall. KISSIMMEE BOWLING ALLEY'r
town. Tenper Bab I : _
social circle. Colonel that
Lincoln
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1 Let everybody get busy and work noted master of ceremonies, is the life Hills. Jerry; rmrn.T..1to Ada-dL: 109! B adw.y' ", ,
and talk and vote for bonds. Let's and soul of the house. Hoftman. M. J. Thornton. 1i:-')!
make a real city of Apopka. Rex is habitual riser. Felks. MIIIII Route" I\Vhltroy. Bony {
an early Life -JoiM-ti. J. T. (2)Wllcox.. J. L. ) W. E. M..ll..M&1'.:
H. G. Dietrich of Sanford was here in the conutry has ingrafted this custom Jenkins, Mourn. Vtrilllam O. D. .
t; last. Thursday representing the Vir in his very nature and I 5 a. m. Jlnklna. Mr*. MatWilliams.. Mr. Splendid- Sport RecreatloW":

ginia-Carolina Chemical company. generally finds him ready for the Tohnson.tie. Taylor. William Mary. Mr*. p
Wm. Gage has cleaned up his lot <"' breakfast apartment and as a general Love. Bam. Maml ,
Third street and planted a nice line of rule that meal is ready by the time he Maarlck. Mrs.Mabel. .
cabbage palmettoes on both the Lake E. E. MAGEE ;
pets thoroughly prepared for it. B. B. ,,

,,'1; avenue and Third street sides of his Scrambled eggs -breakfast, delicious Fotma t Carpenter and Builder, ,.v .._.
,1 r 'meat and we hope that many more of for supper, and pie and milk- if he's Job Work and General Repairing '

., ..Gur citizens-will go and do likewise. up and out very late_before...etiring '. Saw, ,' f "
;, The street committee is having the defines a portion of the allurements 15 Darlington Ave. ..
streets in the northeast part of old heretofore mentioned. It's not $2.00 ;.
town'strawed. thus giving connection per day nor fifty cents per meal as'onnerly. 'f'.h. h .A,

.with the Weklwa road which is an You order from the bill of SECOND-H OLIVER'S, .SUTTATORIUM, ., .
' improvement that.will help very much. fare and it costs 'less than at "
you any Measure
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A. W. Walker' of DeLand was here' other> eating establishment in the city. : :'FU1 > ;: ;hl!;. '. to dotaea .
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last- week, and expects to buy and ilttJRE ,
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M Mrs. Savage and her daughters have : ; ? : ; .:' Cleaning; Pressing and Repairing '
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located here. He admires the ideal : .
'fI. ( charge of the lodging department apd !
'k.location of,our elty,- with its natural keep their part in a neat'orderlyway. WANTEDI ; :;: Dat.Claaaecla" ,Blocked. a"y's'!
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;- '0;'-E. Clark,' who spent the winter Rex maybe denominated a booster, :" Ji ; I ) ..M,' ."x;, . ... ,.. : .dl.:d,\:J'l/Jlr'/ '''Ir. .. .

here as the guest of.Wm. Gage has but he knows whereof he speaks. That :i: hsve purchased the J Stock : : : :; >*, f -* b!. \. '.
? returned to'his. summer..home. in Rus which is not worth speaking well of is Stand* at 16 Broadway and am : 1 'V.:.: 'ELLIS';
..UP. not worth mentioning, is the motto he .- -
s .1 Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Maxim of West adopts.We prepared to either buy or sell EleelrtesrCContraetor'i; t
''Paris, Me., who have spent the winterherewith were at the court housei..t i ,

Mrs. Albert Hopkins on Central week and heard Judge Murphy sentence New and Water and Light Collector
avenue, made a trip to Silver a "holy Roller" preacher to one .. ..
G Springs last week where they will rear in the chain gang. The crime Phone 220 Darlinrtsai-- "'f" i .,
visit relatives a few days before returning for which he was convicted was a dastardly SecondHandFurniture .. J. ,
7, to their summer home in !! one and although his sobbing ' :- '
Maine. could be heard all through the courthouse When Coming t., the
t ., Deputy Sheriff G. Herod made a no sympathy was expressed.An DOLLAR LIMIT STORE ,-'' \
,. businesstrip to Ocala last week in ordinary worldling may do manythings : .
DeVt Fall to Brinf Year SstaUCkangex
"i' of Simmons '
I search Hamp ,, whom It that comes in a natural way, ) '
." 1'\\ was reported had been arrested at but when under the garb of religion If you have furniture to seD- tike Dollars.Tear...Dine Six.. Rolls* Last ,
Martell, but the man under arrest such acts are committed we consider If you want to-' buy furniture '.
Toilet '
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i 't : .proved not to be the man wanted inv that justice demands that the offender r .t.

"a: Orange county. receive the full limit of the law. Come and See Parsed ft Ralney., ll. ,
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? Sheriff Frank Gordon and Chief The Thurman garden is in fine condition
f t L Smith of Orlando were both in Apop-. and the display of vegetable. ERNEST "

1 , '..," a olie day last week on business.. only serve to-remind us the-many We are we to.treat you peht ; :: .. --.GREEN. ,
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,fTrowbridge ,Marston at corner oft that our soil and climate offers.If .
'. '''1 'ark avenue and Sixth street and also our farmers would shake off' that > Painter

.. the next lot adjoining, from the American spirit or lethargy that bind them'to, E. D .
Realty company, and will erect poverty IUd come forth in the full -P.- u.: -.--- --". .r4ly'fl
it nice business block within ,
on same strength of their manhood results; "
> the near future. woud}: follow that would redeem the I
IL IL Witherington attendedthe 1 past and carry them forward on the --- - 4T

c Fire Insurance Agents'; convention road to prosperity; they would enjoy : ARTISTIC ,
i held in Ocala last, week, going over better health be better; citinns increase II' PRINTING'ye. ,
.. with S. Y. Way and Gray Rush of the value of their property: : and The Best that 'Man and Machinery t
c'a, Ostondo in Mr. Way's auto. On the stop that cry about the nigh cost of ..
""'..' return, trip they were accompanied; by living and make living at home a Attention I JCai. Do.-.' .
", Marion Prince who visited his father pleasure rather than a discomfort I 'I r
: 'In Orlando. While in Ocala the delegatfoi While our bread supply: has to be '' The Valley Gazeita.LET :
} \' visited- Silver Springs and oth- brought to our homes fr4mthe 'far Plant Growers ,

l''r'' 'r ,er plaoes of interest and.report a most mers of the north and west ydo cannot t.. YOU''
delightful time. \ expect .nftJ.inlb1lt high prices, US FIGURE, : WITH,
c t. : T. ,R. C. CrowelV manager of 'the for between {the northern producer and I pay $1.25 per ... .
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Crowell Realty ...of Apopka, the southern Thit
company consumer comes a mass
... for Hall and Oa Next Order of I '
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f .,.. ,has purchased the baJc-ery'-.t Winter of speculators who take advantage of Nancy .

; |i Garden and-will-T' the .building, your non-compliance with the means Rico tweet potato plants. Oar is Ue Better Se t.> >*. 't 1
*," 'i,..?,*; which consists of a two-story concrete that nature has placed at your disposal . I II ; .' t''
a'v t *,V\stnicture* with two store rooms on the and each one that handles the I The Valley, Gazette. -< J.,; ,
I? f flrat floor. products after they leave the farms of r-
P. M SHANIBARGEB
.; Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Curry, who have our friends from the north use a per; I .. \
,iii '-* "spent the. winter so pleasantly here tion of :your money, and you sit idly by GOOD PRINTING .1
i Mrs. W. C. McCall on Sixth and see them do it. \ PINE CASTLE FLORIDA
11'with I left last week for a short visit We bad the pleasure) of a handshake Depends on.i tll. H. andEgnlpnent ;
and St. Petersburg be- with our county's Joe (Sean). He :),. .

J returning to their' .home in Mor- expresses confidence in his ability to I We, Hsve. ..the Best of Beth..!,.': !
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!; 'ris Mich. handle the congressional situation.:' J.
t;,t " Miss Ruth Witherly has accepted a ''Our young friend Barber appears to IIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIII ; ;.Tlie yalley Gasette.: r.
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1'\ ,1 position.' assistant in the po postoffice be somewhat slow about coming out .. .

//1t .under the new postmaster, S. W.. Eli for ..,...sor. Com on, :young man, STATEMENTS
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Last Sunday 'WU'obaerved in Apopka county. It's worth a trial. '* : fresh : M BID Had.,.'Letter Heads/Boahiett' '

. as mission day,: and Rev. Howard Will Penile was a guest a0 the hotel , : .. and Viaitisjg Carde Promptly ,
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I returned from ''. Will '
I; Van Dyck, a missionary Sunday night. runs an autobe- Execsited. "
, ", sera.4< tween Whittier' and I Kisslmme and : :1 Delia. ed'aYOURboor; ti : ; 11., Drop te terSe* tT.'TII. .." >a d
:t is doing a:fine buJdlle l8- -Rex will be < ,
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'; church, and in the'evening Rev. E..Lee obliged! 1 to quit. 'A 'large bundle'' of ._EVERY DAY x :* .' .*\* :,'Y, f IGasetto.' .., ;
4' Smith,7;ther pastor .preaelud.on: 'the blanks received this morning from the aRu r
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;'aabjeet'' ; "How to be Sl ved>.. At'the clerk's office puts him to work on other > I l" 1 Oca QuartPhwie,225W : : f WE ARE 'AGENTS r
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r'i' > 'close of the evening service Mrs.:; D. :,,material w' .' . 'REX.Hon. ; :: ; ;;. .. .
j. Fletcher and IOn and daughter were.all 1hr'0 of
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( ..., baptized: .The church:was artistically .H: Stanford of KlsslmmM. / : :' .. .. Heosesj I in America CaU la aadA ,i
B ; : decorated for the eervie* and ex-president of the State Chamber oi :I .Ses> Exoalatte Skowiag, .* .'
y''..r''r>pedal music was rendered by a guar Commerce, wants to pledge every/ can.didate .i* i* __ : : ';' i 7 '10iS CalMdara." ,; '* r

} stet composed of Miss Beasi Rutledge, naming-for taej tegialatar* to ft. vTYotjl! B.y a*,Us.TW ."- f; 1 .
t ,IIas Margaret Ze ,..ProfeesorNickson good roads measures. Good roads Is 'I -' YaBey 'Gasetttl.i4 , ....
and John J. AIMIerBOlw.,ML+rF.,Mage more. Important than I-ths".deepening _' '" ,j.' ,,,____.,v' ': _, "t.;'
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NEWS SERVICE 'HERE'NEXT WEEK FLORIDA. >
;; 1 I hereby announce myself as acan-

I I didate to represent.Osceola county in;
1- the house of representatives of the1
BULLETIN < ISSUED TUESDAY' COURT WEEK WILL AFFORD 4.Th lroiibleWithFioHda Florida legislature. subject to the action ,

.t JJICnT' QK SCREEN AT DIXIE SPLENDID OPPORTUNITIES 4- of the democratic voters at the ".

\-..". '. 7I1E. .TER'ON .WARSITUATION. FOR THEM TO !MEET June primary, S. J. TRIPLETT.. J

.. ., .VOTERS.Kisfdmmeo I FOR MEMBER OFTHE HOUSE OF':' t
,- - is that it is too much a case of i i. REPRESENTATIVES STATE ,

Last Tuesday evening, when the' will be the Mecca of polIticians -, . OF FLORIDA. ;,
citizen of Kissitnmee were'all anxious next week. It. will be court Being impressed with the sincerity, '
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to know' the war situation and week and will afford the several candi- Drop a Orange in of the many. people throughout the 10,

of' could get no news, the Valley Gazette dates for office the best opportunity county, who have urged me to become : .
_ _ l '" had prepared a special slide which was to meet the voters of the county that TheSlotand Down Comes a Cb/-_ J a candidate for representative.' 4
,.thrown upon the screen at the Dixie they will have biorothe primary in the lower house of the legislature '\,
jtheater. whicfi r.ad as follows: election which occur June 'id. "Storage Egg Frpm the North and also being ambitious> to serve the

't -It , .... . liesides the thirteencandidates who '.'----,. -' people..junflng whom J.have.been reared -,
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have announced to date for offices ti
county : I hereby announce myself as
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:', . : Senai. delays. Wilson, refusing ; there will be the friends and supporters But wide-awake Floridians-farmers, merchants, candidate for the position of representative -- .

F : to wait orders navy to sieze : of Messrs Stockton and) J from Osceola county in the ." m.-'
; Vera Cruz Same was done this : Fletcher, aa well as those of the half bankers, and state and county officials-have* started a lower house of the legislature, subject

; ; .ftern 9n. : dozen or more gentlemen who are p to the nomination at the June primary,' "
.s. "Valley Gazette.. : seeking the congressional nomination. : "grown and made in Florida" movement that is going PAT JOHNSTON. ]

) ",. -.,...- .. .L ..l. __ __ _. __ __ __ __ ._ Since; this county is' conceded by all to .;,
< Joe SOUTH, will be strenuous FOR :MEMBEIllSlFLEGISLATURE. :,
theie: no : to revolution agriculture and business and bring
. The Valley Gazette. like George effort on the pa.4.t of those who would I hereby announce myself as a.candidate "

; ..... Washington of old, I is uftr t in war elect the othels" but the senutoilal to- the IVninstilnr State more prosperity than it has for the legislature from Os.. .. .
: first In peace and first in the hearts. of fight I ill one that everyone will watch I ceola county and solicit the supportof
with little interest the democratic voters in the June'
'countrymen.: It no I kn ;
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-- -- primary. N. C. BRYAJJ.

TAX BOOKS CLOSE SONS OP VETERANS it is this ,'big!! and important\ undertaking that FOR COUNTY TREASURER. -

Deeply grateful for the }honor: which, ,

j MAY Tiff FIRST FORM ORGANIZATION Barton W.: Currie tcljs] about in his articled the democrats of Osceola countyfcon-\ ,'1
fererd on me by electing me to the ,, .;
- H Li? \ ... office of-county treasurer two -years'--''-o'".

.YI.!, t We have repeatedly called attention (Continued fiom Page 1 I I ago and assuring them that I greatlyjt' :or
.* . -of thepropertyowners- of OR'l'ola t Down 4-\ Climatic and Health Franchises Glyek3O appreciate it, I hereby announce my-' .

'"I, county to the fact that the time will' ihartir their ,proportionate and! instructed part the of adjutant the cost of to U. LQ Florida Prodigious Book Values relf as a candidate for re-election and .,'t,
if nominated andYe
when the taxei bpaid can only promise
j soon expire can I
notify the oinmandcr-m-chief of their : ( '
elected that I will continue to'perform
for the 1913.! : "
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action, which Wax done as follows: ,
This is now the last call, as the tax the duties devolving upon me to the. \"\: \
Sons. of ('onftod..rat"'t't..ran.A"IIi.- JQ This Week's Issue of )
bEt of ,
my ability ;{
txroks will close on May 1st, and i If \,
cation for !Membership.No '
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you have not by that time taken advantage : I'
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allowed by the county commissionerfor To the Conimandei-in.(hief, CJ COUNTRYGENTLEMAN "
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t- the closing of the tax books you Memphis, Tenn : I ,
will be the loser. I 1 hereby announce myself a candidate /",
Dear Sir: We have the honor to. '
for the office of
y I All who have not by that time secured advise you that Gordon Camp, Sons. of ; I county commissioner , ''
from District No.2, and solicit
their tax receipts will be returned )-c
I delinquent and will of necessity Confederate Veteran, was formally I I I the vote of al' democrats at the primary
instituted at KisMimnee, Florida on ,
:
to be held June 2 1914.
I have to pay the additional coat of having the 20th day of April, 1914 at which ,I I Five Cents the Copy of All! News Agents-On Sale Thursday. Or $1.50 E. L. D. OVERSTREET., ,
-s.- and sold
their property advertised i time the officers were elected and a I I a Year by Mall Direct or Through Any Authorized: Subscription Agent '
: JOT taxes. constitution and rules were adopted. I I
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FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1iE..
.
embarTasing -
This is both expensive and I -
#- In the all of the
organization -
regulations DISTRICT NO. 3.
and be by !s ttUng 'I I Our ii
-- .-ft::4 ---- YOUf'- can)(_-with prevented the lector-Jw- of the confederation have been _ .- ___ . Distributing Agent h. ._._ _'_. _ ,__ ,hereby announce-DlyaelLaa_A_canr \
strictly b".rved, and application fcyr '
didate for re-election on the board of t"'t
fore the first day of May
( membership therein is hereby made.In -
Bounty: commissioners from DistrictNo. I.N
m upon Remember borrowed that time you, as are the hooks now goingI were the event this petition is granted Lawrence Tress 3, and solicit the votes of all democrats ... t- ,
I and a charter issued, we promise faith '
at the primary to be held June
"' supposed to close March HO.( but during ''I":
I the allowed the collector fully to maintain aid camp, to hold 2, :i>14. A. F. BASS. ;
thirty days regular meetings and to cooperatein '
and 112 Kissimmee Fla.
his books
to close prepare Broadway
the fullest in the !
way accomplishment FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER ,
I will
Ilia he
report, accept your money -
of the objects and of
purposes DISTRICT NO. 2.
And issue receipt in preference to returning -
the confederation. We also I hereby announce myself a candidate t
your name as delinquent. Seethat promise THE CURTIS PUBLISHING COMPANY
attention and cheerful
prompt for member of the school board
have tax receipt i if you
your
you ence to orders and requests from superior from District No. 2, subject to the action
have not already secured it. Independence; Square Philadelphia, rVnnsylvam I
officers. \ of the primary to be held June 2.
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Herewith we enclose for inspection I 1914. WALTER
'DEHORNING BRONSON
.. *. CATTLE FOR SHIP- --- II ; 41
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r MENT. :and approval copy of constitution I
,, adopted by the camp, a roll of its officers FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.I .
RaliJff I I
R. L. has purchased 225 head -
and members to date, the application hereby announce myself a candidate
:of cattle from Rull Bass, which he of its members. and the sum of .. - for county commissioner from \ -
will ship to West Virginia and pasture 17.60( to charter fee and two dol- District No.:"'4, subject to the demol3
cover
.11 *'*-' - lhi.summer. He is now having the Ian and fifty cents per capita tax for KISSIMMEE MAN PARENTS! DAY I OVERFLOW LOCALS cratic primary. t" -

$, cattle dehorned and'expects to have thirty-one members as shown by the W. R. GODWIN:; jf <
.
_1 ,_ i, them of ready for. shipment before the roll. Very respectfully, MAY PROVE CLAIM AT HIGH SCHOOL FOR COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR. i'.
first May.
; N. C. BRYAN. M. M. Miller, a prominent turpentine -
Mr. Roliff will back to West Virginia I I beg to announce to the voters ofOsceola
&; go Official man from Conoly's, is in the city "
([ ) CommandantW.
), to look after the cattle personally G. HANKINS AdjutantSOUVENIR TO MANY MILLIONS OBSERVED: TODAY today. county that I am a candidate) ,
for office of -
: : but states that he will certainly tax Assessor) subject to
return in the fall and 'make his home SILK STOCKINGS. Mrs.,".. C. Weidler is visiting friends the action of the democratic ,.primary.
4 here .. this week at various points on the and will appreciate your support '
; 1 .permanently.CLASSIFIED. E. W....GARNER OF KISSIMMEE IS DECORATIONS AND EXAMINATION
.
;
.. L' '" .Thursday afternoon a pleasant west coast. W.: M, FERRELt
",>IJ.{'.,' - -' -r-'----;-- function' was planned in honor of Miss THOUGHT TO BE' GRANDSONOF. ,PAPERS MAKE ATTRAC. -' ,

\\Ij'(( "; Alma Griffin of Kissimmee by the ST. LOUIS MILLION TIVE SCENES IN, EVERY We regret to note that exSheriffC FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER '.

.1 ,- ,
/ :\ Whipple and Fayebert Williams; and ARE MISSING.Is ...:.....-.... for the past, several days. 4 I I hereby announce myself'as a candidate :'
: : "ADVERTISINGfive wasgiven at the home of the latter. One thing that Kissin mee'can justly James i for the office of county commisv
and
Mrs. J. F.
is her school. O'Berry son sioner of OsCeola from District
t' \ The afternoon was spent in playing feel proud of high county
COO at which Miss Sherley Wood had E. W. Garner, Jr., machine oper-- Only this morning a'represenlative have been spending this week very No.2, and solicit the vote of every-.- :
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; Cents Per Line the highest score. She was presentedwith ator at the Dixie theater' a grandsonof of the Valley Gazette took advantageof pleasantly visiting in St. Augustine.Jaa. . democrat at the polls in the primary< I\

\ 4 4 radl. Insertion.' Bilk ItockinjtB--as was the honoree the late Henry Garner. multimillionaire parents' day to visit this splendid A. O'Berry and wife of Whittier . to be held June! 2, 1914. j r
'
/. of St. Louis ? The affirmative '
; whil-3 the booby was presentedto school and was very courteously spent last Sunday in this city, R. L. LANIER. I'
a1 .--, Miss Ruth Redifer. After the gamean answer to this question will meana : shown through the entire school by guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. O'Brery. I II 'L'
tidy sum to him as well as to his FOR MEMBER BOARD OF COUNTY ,
'l.OST-On between Kissim- the superintendentof
_ K 'c the road ice cream course was served with Professor Evans i
mnee and St. Cloud a red IJha wI. cake and mints.. Dainty favors were brother who resides at Lakeland. the school. Mr. and Mrs. Martin L. O'Berry and COMMISSIONERS. DISTRICT 'V

Liberal reward if returned to this rabbits' nests with, a large egg filled They believe the St. Louis millionairewas As we passed from one room to I baby, of Gainesville, Fla., have been' No. 3. ftl, "
their father's father, and they are I hereby announce! myself as a candidate '
office. -8-1 t-p with candy. another we were greeted with bright the guests of their parents Mr. and. (,
Invited to this occasion werthe making strenuous efforts through their smiling faces of happy children who -Mrs J. F. O'Berry, near the city. for the office of membe of the ;
L attorneys to establish this belief close attention to the Board of County Commissioners from (
-FOR SALE. Misses Grace and Lillian Cook Estelle were giving'
f _. ----- Cook, Victoria Delavan, Miriam Dutch, Henry Garner of St. Louis was the work before them, and in every room I Miss Alma Griffin is expected home District No. S, and solicit the votes of .1 -
'k r' FOR SALE-Mission dining table and Mabel Dyer. Helen Fleming Charlotte owner of property in the heart of the we found teachers who were industri- today from a month's' visit with relatives all democrats at the primary to be

.1 six chairs, practically new, at bar- I I haven, Marjorie Potter, Ruth Redi- city. In 1900 the property was esti- ously engaged imparting knowledgeto and friends at various points on held June 2. 1914. ,- -
gain. Mrs. Geraldine Norton box fer, Leota Siegner Hazel Smith Sher- mated to be worth $75,000,000( and the students befor them. the east coast.R. J. A. BLACKWELL. I

4 461.: 18-lt-p Ipy Wood and" Inez Zay.-Palm Beach today the estate is said to be valuedat Let us pause here just long enoughto C. Weidler spent several days ItrM. FOR !\lEMUR SCHOOL BOARD; 1.,. I
than hundred million. A in visiting
a that
more experience
Post. say our
saddle six __ ___ ___. week looking after business matterson DISTRICT NO. 1. ;T.
FOR SALE!-Fine mare, h ninety-nine-year lease expired abouta schools in different parts of the state '
the west Braden- I hereby'announce candiJdate .
:- '"'t.---; -.1'II-old.gentie and broken to ride W. J. SEARS AT MELBOURNE. year ago on the St. Louis estate and and 'in other states we have yet to town Manatee coast Sarasota visiting and other for re-election myself member a of. .
as
4 and drive. Mrs. Geraldine Norton up to this time the. heirs have not been find a more orderly school than we points. the school board from District a No. 1 o 1

$:! :, box_461. 18-1 top I w. J. Sears of Kissimmee with W. located. found today right here in Kissimmee. and ask the democrats of Oecoli1l

',FOR SALE-A triple A Hercules i. Harris of the same city, spent a few E. W. Garner, Sr.'s, father was a When we entered the room of a R. W. !eikl J.orp'od.up19 the City county for their votes at.the primary '-r:
_. Will sell I hour, in Melbourne- Thursday'afternoon man of the same name and is 'said to( grade or division'we.were presented to yesterday from his ranch near Whit- on Jupe 2, 1914. BASS. !'
stump-puller good as new. vrc.(
-. k' C. ;11. Funk, Kissimmee. : en route home from Miami by have possessed the same striking features the teacher who extended a cordial tier and will spend a few days at his ,.J
(cheap 12tfi automobile. Mr. Sears is candidatefor of the deceased millionaire.. He greeting and welcome and then proceeded home on Paradise island. FOR TAX ASSESSOR.I .
._Fla. congress from the Fourth district was a large slave owner before the with the work without any .. _

> FOUND-Gold Masonic pin; square or this state and was out on this tripto war and upon the freedom of the negroes hesitation whatever and the student All who are interested in taking a hereby announce my candidacy for

| and compass within a large G. Per- get acquainted with the voters 'of he was known to have gone west. body by every action. showed thatit business or shorthand course in Krasimmee reflection for the position-tax; ast',:,:
); '. ,, .,''son calling at this office proving the district. Mr. Harris is owner of I This son, E. W. Garner Sr., never was only a regular daily occurrence please call on R. B. Addisonat sensor in and for Osceola county. '
Ii' ,1 oJ property and paying for this notice the Kissimmee Valley Gazette, one of hearing from his father after this with them. Manhattan hotel at once. Terms I fully appreciate the support givenme N

., .,1; s-can'secure pin. 6-tf he leading newspapers of south Flor- departure The early home of Jx>th We were shown specimens of the very reasonable. Special inducementsto by the citizens of the county in ,j!
\ these Garners was in Kentucky andit work done by the different rooms. all first ten students who enroll. Southern the past and, if re-elected promise the ,'j',
'" ',' >OR EXCHANGE for St. Cloud or Ida.The voters of Melbourne have been is believed that the family became of which is on exhibition today. that Schools of Commerce, Orlando a.d same'impartial and fearless discharge \

_ _t \i i |' ''or Kissimmee property, 40 acres, awaiting an opportunity to meet Mr. separated as they drifted west. the parents may come and see just St. Petersburg. 18-lt-p of the duties of the office. \4
i S, ,about one mile south of Orange Sears for some time and the many It is stated upon reliable authority What their children are doing and how WM. I. BARBER. .,;
\ .... Center. The land is close to rall'road that he met received him cordially. He that the Garner family of which E. W' it is being done. J. Butler and E. Wayne Ward of .", '
'.1> and corners in a clean fresh very much regretted his inability to Garner of Kissimmee si of has so far It is no small matter to attempt togo I| Kissimmee- came to Tampa yesterdayon FOREST NOTES.

'. water lake J. M: Willson. Jr. 14-tf remain long" enough to meet more of put up the best claim for the estate. through the various rooms and Inspect t a combined mission of business and ",
:,' 'I -' them hut felt that it was advisable to They at present have a number of the various specimens of work, pleasure. They stopped at the Hills- Nearly4,000 acres were reforested
. ...Iit : FOR RENT. 'get. over the bad stretch of road between lawyers at work tracing their family when you remember that there are 700 i borough hotel.-J-Ti.mpa Tribune.Dr. in Montana and northern Idaho during",,' ,

k here and Titusville before dark tree, and expect some decision from students and presided over by twentY-1 F. G. Thomason, who has been 1913, at an average cost of $7.W an ,4
; .j. FOR RENT-House of nine rooms, so was obliged to l leave earlier thahle I the court, in which the claims are beIng two teachers, it becomes such | confined to his home for the past several acre. >
'*. %;modern' with garden; furnished or would otherwise have done. heard, at no late date. mendous affair that one scarcely months by illness we understand, The best forested area of China is v
I ; --unfurnished; cheap rent. 209 Park Mr. Scars told the Times that he Stories of fortune do not appeal to knows where t* begin to describe it. Is now in a critical -condition and it is in .fanch rla. The principal tree vaij'

'. : St.._Kissimmee.. 18-2t-p was much gratified with' the support ,I many: moving picture operators-but Every room is neatly and attractively feared the end is near. rieties are pine, cedar, larch, fir, .,..w4/-It'>,t '
': ...RENT'"O": promised him on this trip and that the I here s one they do interest, as he confidently decorated with ferns, cut flowers oak ask, walnut and bich. t i
,'FOR good store room outlook for his success at the Junerimtfry expects his claims to be vindicated and magnolia blossoms, which give off The revival services which have Two' forest officers in Washington' .
-t : and warehouse. cheap. Apply to was excellent. There is no and a large portion of this such a sweet aroma that the atmosphere -I been in progress at the Methodist and Oregon are :writing popular descriptions '

J44 itfloyd. U gainsaying the fact that he made a estate settled on himself and his was laden with the sweet per church since Easter Sunday closed of the trees on the Crater'and '
% most excellent in Melbourne fume. last night and an. W. A. Myers. who Mt. Rainier national
'/FOR RENT-At cummer rates-Six- impresison brothers. parks,. for
.
I room cottage, "915:. four-room cot- and we believe< M Will fairly We dare say that the parent who I has been conducting the services, re- the use of visitors to the ?arks.. ,' r
,j tag "''.unfurnished rooms, &; and Impartially discharge his dutiesif BAPTIST CHURCH stays away from the school ,today and turned to his home at Live Oak today. Gannett Peak, Wyoming, naarIy" '. '
'furntzh.drooiss '6. E. E. Wells. he represents the district in the low- PROGRAM FOR MAY 3D fails to witness the scene that met I Mr. Myers is one of the most forceful UOOO'feet in elevation, and'the bleb":'
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'r..t:? .:?('$ Broadway. 17tiM er house next term. One thing we our gaze there will miss a rare treat I speakers in the Florida eonferepoel eat mountain in the state is on the.divide -; ;
i;;) ; were pleated to not* and that is that --. -- *' and after passing from room to room s.ndIt Js hoped his between the Bonnevill,,' and
: TAUTOMOUX.eBuIck touring car W. J. Seara la not a' grandstand player Dr. A. 3. Holt is to be absent on until,we finally reached:the laboratory ll f,result in lasting good to the city. Bridger national forests. ''. ' !

j ',< has been used a' very little; will ex- ..he i. Just a plain man with a won- Sunday, May 3d, and has arranged where w* found a splendidly ..quippeJroom In northern Arizona, Utah Nevada
ebztg'for town or country real'es- derfully keen mind and plenty of energy with the young.people of the churchto with apparatus that would excel Ray Seymour knwo_.to-fame as I southern Idaho and western Wyoming. '$'1
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'', "?; "tate.J.. M. Wtllson Jr and,ambition.Melbourne Times.' take care of the evening services. many of. the colleges of our one of the world''. foremost motorcycle the fires on national forests set by; .iL'.

i. 4 '. -.:; ,. : They have planned the following,.pro-. we.could but reflect oyer our count"'j riders and holder'of several speed records I campers have decreased in four *,

J. t : : ''ow' BENT"""Five-room bungalow. ; y'N E4SMEETING.' gram- boy days and contrast the ;, spent Wednesday,night in Klsslmmee '.front nearly a third to approximaU years J r
: ''" '\. \N'Ij mod.rn' Snenterottown: T. M.I LA 1.1, Song-Congregation. ,j'he j children, of today:' ,. having' ridden"from Tampa ono-nfth. Lightning fires nav. 1n-1

I I, ., : ,:Jarplty. , -_, ,J_" _______n-tt ,2. .Duet. -Mr. .Churchwell' and. Miss" reason to 'be rl**.- *. every arrange here on his.Twin-Indian machine. Mr. creased from. less than one-fourth to" ,
\ to.",' : Rev. W. A. Meyers;, who iI conductIng 'Berta Bryan raent. has Wen made for their comfort Seymour ,wall on hsi way to Spring nearly; one-half. The relatively larger':"
... -joR-, ::BENT m o rtabIrUa i i room. the aerie .of meetings' :*. the 3..'Selections-Chorus.-<< .. f and convenience In. assisting them to field Mass., from South ".America, PlOportiOD from lightning fcowsv. Ls.. "

.....,..;.;.'.ehtrsJIjriocaUdvLarff,; / *porch. i8t. Methodit2 church led the. layman's ..(.. Piano' 8OloJ.-Mls. /J:HubetCar.. etnr* an',education. But this story which country he baa been tourlng'.U due. partly to decrease in other e&UML.
}- ." J.-w;_.Prehtis. ' 42.tt meeting;; Iat< Sunday and made' a i''.J 800.H.1.:--: ..: '. :; -: ;;( .;: '1" U growing-too IngJ- Next week we' winter pn his motorcycle, demonstrating .
I -* _* :. forceful- happy< address which Wai, ;,s.\Seleet1o; feh..trL will issue a school l ,edition; and ,show for- the manufacturers.t He came W4"Bass''and: I faml T J torec ;

''fori" ; to li. heartily.,responded l"to: by"? the,, large 6:,,Address: non'p'arm.r.." : scenes of,the school and print articles from'South'America by way. of Cuba. down-to Canoe trMk,lait.FridaT' ad !f.
rent., opply tomber,of 'men- Oent.: ', ,'" , Instrumental' : Wo.....Miss. Nannie splendid of ' ' pe"t a.Say or.' ...
.,. ', vnc . . p ; ; ,. -to. : from the"pen.lth. corps. . ftndLandedstTuipa,1, -'}tA t-. o camping ath.. L.es '
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The f ,. t I"* .2 teachers charge .. ", . . .l.
:roajRBIfT1 OR' SA LE .....cor mi/nUestly**increasing and:'this.a.toeiatio" ...:: ,.,Selectio&W. quartet;: .. ,,t, . '.', 1 if. v,' 'r.. \'
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;; : C.0:1;: ....U Mole: .'ltlr.higLous; ;organizations C in;, .Lupf ,buslnes., matters,,In'Kissimroee hav the prohibition nomination" .fol'preaident.if death i.of W. .iL- Frecker W ldehGOcarred '-
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