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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: May 1, 1914
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00644
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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If anyone thinks that .the Kissim- Kissimmee is noted for its well
mee Board of Trade is not...composed kept lawns and when one walks or t'
I of a bunch of wide-awake businessmen 'I drive through ours) streets they will ,
they surely miss their guess, and naturally become i ifnpresesd with the t
; a peep into the chamber last Monday 'neatness of the yard, but in order to "v
night would have been sufficient to arouse still greater interest in the
convince even the most skeptical that keeping of yards, the question was "'
i there is business going on every mot brought up at the meeting of the boardof
ment of the time. rNr trade last Monday night and *uggestion -
fl Before the hour for the SCBKIOD to offered to 'offer prizes for tm "' 'a
open had come the council chamber best kept yards in Kissimmee.
rt had begun( to fill and when President After a discussion of the subject the
P Pp Tnplett called the meeting to order matter was referred to the committeeon
e promptly at 7:30 o'clock every available municipal improvements, with instructions -
d 4 seat in the house was taken and to work out a plan.and report
r a more representative body of men at the next meeting the proper
would be hard to find than those who i steps to take.Nothing .
had gathered there to talk and listen adds so much to the general -
t to the discussions touching upon the appearance of a home as.to havea
future as well us the present of our I nicely kept, neatly mown lawn anda
tl__. fair city. systematic arran men.L9L11o.w.er.a
H i bony his trip to Fort Myers and made is spent in erecting a mansion it ia
t a very interesting; talk and spoke of never complete without a systemat
the great (rood that is bound to result Demonstration on Court House Grounds, Monday April 27 by Mias Agnes Harris, State. Agent, ically arranged and properly kept '

}, > from the advertising! that K'ssiirunee' in Presence of the Osceola County Girls' Tomato Club. lawn. An inexpensive ..eottaee.'aboutwhiclr' "aS
received on this occasion through the clusters a proper amount of
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+ enthusiastim delegation that attendedthe climbing, flowering vines and a well
State Press association. It was laid out yard, carpeted with a beauti "
quite evident from the report of Mr. SPLENDID Canning Exhibit on Court ful sod of grass, carefully clipped and
Stanford that our Kissimmee delega- ( SONS OFCONFEDERATE with roses and blooming plants interspersed
tion captured everything they went with well elected and carefully ;
after except the 1915 meeting, and had '- House Campus Monday pruned and trimmed shade trees
It not been that a large humber of present a much more inviting appear
editors. present had made pledges a BAND ance to the eye than the most; elabor-
't year ago to support"Miami and the I Attracts Large Gathering ate brick or brown stone front mansion c
' Miami delegation positively refused with a neglected and dilapidated
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} to release them from the pledge Kis growth of shrubbery that has been 4 i
simmee would have won, hands down ASSUREDWill allowed to grow at will, with no care
but the contest for the honors was VETERANS or attention whatever given to it. '
XK. M'QUIKK AND MISS HARRIS GAVE PUBLIC DEMONS I RATION
and it now We
only a friendly rivalry I are heartily glad that our business -
without saying that when the men have decided to
goes LAST MONDAY AFTERNOON TO CLASS OF.GIRLS. offer awards "
press boys meet again next year the for merit in the matter of improvement
vote for selecting the next place of Go Far To Advertise -- on the lawns in the city Competition *
4 will be unanimously in favorof will be open to the entire
meeting
KIssimmee. During the past few years volumes work now in an entirely satisfactory ;' Effect Permanent Organi-. town and no one U barred from the r
taken or stories have been written .and published manner.. contest therefore ,;a
The farming subject was up Kissimmee we sincerely' hope to r
and discussed and a committee appointed concerning the boys' corn growIng In the crowd gathered together was see each and every citizen-no'matter"
to present' the matter before -. ..- clubs and girls' tomato canning I Miss Sarah Rivers of Lake Butler; nation Tuesday Night t how small'may be their yard or,how '1
the commissioners of Osceola, county,. clubs and these stories, falling into who last year raised. and canned 600. bumble their home-enter', iato''this
asking them to employ the servicesof INSTRUMENTS ()ORDERED. AND the hands of the young. ;readers, have I cans of tomatoes. ; ',', contest and make '''of their :;yard a
a competent farm demonstration BOYS PRACTISING PREPARATORY aroused a desire in their mind to"do! When we:think of our young girls AND ELECT IL C., STANFORD C. veritable little paradise, and If/they
.argent: who. would arouse more< inter. TO FUTUREENGAGEMENTS. something along the same line. This undertaking a tomato canning proposition = HANKINS fail to win a prize from the committeeon
FILL CARSONAND
A. W. G. ...
Isa ambition should -and. their fruit ;
laudable and own. .
est in the cultivation of our lands in very I growing .municipal improvements they ,will
Osceola county and thud reduce the be encouraged wherever it appears and upon one:tenth" part of an acre, it at .DELEGATES TO at least have won-a much'greater ."fir :
high cost of living by raising at home the children 'who have a desire to take I II first seems to be more like child's play ANNUAL RE- prize that of self-consciousness'of i
the provisions necessary for food ami Blow, ye trumpeters, blow! Listento I lup the study along these lines shouldbe 1 than a real industry but when we realize VNION. having a properly kept and sanitary'
t feed for stock, poultry, etc., instead of the music of the band'! Who said given every opportunity to make a that from this simple-effort propr premise surrounding the home, and
buying from the north and payfrtg Kis.simmoe could not;L have a real up- success of their undertaking erly handled and nurtured, one girl I when 'the labor of the day is ended
enormous freight rates, when the same to-the-minute cornot; band Well we Some Weeks ago there was organized can gather and-sa.ve 500 cans of tomatoes I The regular meeting of Gordon and the weary steps are wended homeward kl s
! foodstuffs can be grown here if only will soon be able t-o,entertain the ear in this city a girls' canning club, it at once begins to assumea Camp No. 748, S. of C. V., met in the-pleasure-that it gives upon
an effort put forth along that line. of the most' critical artist in music under the instruction of Miss Joe. Ber- business appearance and we then council chamber last Tuesday evening, seeing that home the spot most dear ? :
r' The committed appointed to investit with the sweet strains of which will tie Bryan, and the class has been making begin to figure to see what that real- and in the absence of the commandantthe to every tired son of toil when the. r
gate what could be done in regard to be executed by a home band compo.->d rapid progress and already have ly means. At the very low estimateof first lieutenant presided. neatness and tidiness is observed, will l"
t a fund for maintaining a baseball dub I of Kissimmee young men who have their growing/ crop of tomatoes in fine five rents per can, this would Roll-callshowed only nine members far more than repay for all the effort I
for Kissimmee reported that over five now organized themselves into a sixteen condition. and the outlook is that some amount to $Zr., produced and saved present and twenty absent. and labor put worth in cleaning and \ Y y
hundred dollars .had IK-BIT pledged and -piece band wonderful results will develop from from the tenth part ftf 'an acre.. At The charter from the adjutant-gen shaping up the premises. If you have 1;
r that the committee now experts to Several of the members of the band the efforts that are now being put the Hume ratio we find that it means eral.was received and filed and accept- never tried this, dear reader, wher- .: t;
, increase that ,sum to at least $Ir.OO. I. fortunately own their own instruments -I forth. $250 per acre for just the one crop of ance of the tentative constitution was : ever you may live,.give ita trial once &
r That amount would meet all the requirements and all that wax necessary so Last Monday afternoon a public tomatoes alone, and every citizen of I made by head The tentative and whether you live in the city where .'
and give a nice working far ax they were concerned was to demonstration of the process of cook- the state of Florida knows that it only I constitution was camp.first read in full then I the traveling; public sees the conditions w.
fund for the team. In this connectionit I riief-t'\ ( and organize and make some selection ing and sealing the fruit was given on tak.es about ninety days to make and I taken up section by section and I I every day or whether you live in.
'occurs to us that it Would be the of music but others have been the campus of the court house.by Miss harvest the crop, so that from three ed with dates of meeting to be ador.t- Rome secluded spot where no one except 7r 1
part of wisdom to organize a stack tAketi into the band and new instruments Agnes Ellen Harris, the state Instructor ,t) four crops can be successfully grown in. The time of meeting was fixed to your immediate ...tami1 will
company and while soliciting to raise ordered for them, and these instruments in the presence of not less upon the same -piece of ground in a be on the third Tuesday evening in j scarcely ever see the Improvements= :
sufficient funds to either lease, or buy; are due to arrive here now than 150 or.200 students and. friends twelve' months, and estimating; three each month and the annual meeting it is but right and due that these improvements
ry a suitable plat of ground and'' erect any day and soon our city will' boastof who are Interested in the girls and crops and each one making an average to be held on the first. Tuesday after be made and 'our homes + fc
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::i' buildings and connect the Osceola one of the best bands to be found their success along this; line.Miss. equal\ to that of the tomatoea.wt And Easter-in each -ytar. "-'brought up tothe highest"possible'
; County Fair association and the basefrnll an where' in the interior of the state. 1 1I Harris was assisted In the demon-, the enormous output of $750 per acre Until a permanent place of meeting stale of perfection.
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league under one and the same There is no better way to entertain i stration by Miss Joe Bertie Bryn, the per year, after which a crop of crab is secured the will continue its ,
I than with music and the board of of Osceola be harvested that will camp
management The racetrack or show representative instructor grass hay can meetings in the council chamber
ring would be large enough; to build trade acted wisely when they undertook county, and also by Prt>f. C. K. Mc- yield not.. less than a ton to the acre, H. C. Stanford, C. A. Carson and I lRATHfRTHAN WORK '
a baseball diamond inside and the to have a band organized that Quire, state agent for the Kirls'.can- and which is worth from $20 to $25 W. G. Hanking were appointed as del .
game could be witnessed from the would beta credit to our city and a ning clubs. pet ton. This brings us back main egates to represent the at the
t grandstand where ample seating ra- pleasure to all who have an ear for The demonstration was a decided to the subject of intensive farming, reunion of Confederate camp Veterans in I CUTS LEFT HAND
pacity would be provided for all the Music, and now that the band Is organized success and the class was highly elat- and while there are thousands of acres Jacksonville May 6, 7 and 8.
enthusiastic "fans" and the enclosure with representative young ed over the simplicity with which the of land. lying; idle .ui the grand old .commandant was requested to i
would answer foe both the fair and ml'n. let's Show. our work can be handled and every stu- state of Florida waiting for the handof appoint one maid of honor and one II HOLY ROLLER PREACHER DOES ,
the ball games. their efforts and lend elcouragement dent went home feeling perfectly con- industry: to give it a touch and it for the camp at reunion, as NOT INTEND TO BUILD {,.
3 The board listened with much interest to them that will cause them .to* feel fident that they could perform the will respond readily to that \>touch yet the sponsor camp is entitled to have three rep- I ROADS IN OSCEOtt*--- - "..: K
that recognize their worth.
and we
to a very instructive entertaining resentatives. ,
4 talk from Commissioner W. Open air concerts during the warm There being no further business the COUNTY... ;;?:
evenings this summer will be one of -:- ,
W O'Hara of the Panama-Pacific ex- camp was adjourned until the next
poeition while he explained how the the features of our band and it would regular meeting, which will be May )r W. F. Blackerbv, a preacher of the +
work was being rapidly pushed to com- be very fitting to occasionally provide OUTLINE OF COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM. 19th. so-called Holy Roller church,. who has s; :. it
pletion and pictured the enormous social features and refreshments in figured considerably In criminal proceedings t .
display of products that will be exhibited courtesy to our band. Let's show the I in this county within the past! '
in San Francisco during the boys that we are for them and will (Osceola High School) Since the above was put in type year, again has caused the county. of- j
1915 exposition. I I stand by them. Nothing does more to Commandant N. C. Bryan informs the ficials considerable excitement. H.
Secretary Johnson reported many 'advertise a town than a well organized --- Valley Gazette that he has appointed was convicted at the recent session of ,
from far and near for litera- band. Miss Ethel Hall sponsor and Miss Leo-}the county court of criminal libel and .' st
ture requests describing this section of the I Friday May I I. 1914. (5'Clock P. M.-Recital by Department of Music. na Roberson maid of honor of Camp sentenced by Judge T. M Murphy to f x
state and recommended that a suit an insult to their standing in the Sunday May 3, 1914 I II I O'Clock A. -w-Annual Commencement Ser- Gordon they to occupy those positions a year tin the chain gang. He was 'a;'
able booklet be issued at an early date community if they were told-that they for twelve months. The first taken, with other criminals, to the
as to'cover the important were not quite as good citizens as mon.Monday pleasing duty these young ladles are county camp at Aihton where the
written so
desired by persons living be- their neighbor who, after he has finished May 4, 1914. 9: 15 O'Clock A. M.-Promotion Exercises for called upon to perform (is to attend the convicts are at work constructing the
yond points the border of our sunny qouth- his day's l labor, comes out and Grades below the High School. annualreunion of Sons of Confederate new road to the Brevard county line. ',
land who wish to knpw more of the devotes an hour or. so twice a month{ .(Primary School Promotion at the Primary Building) Veterans at Jacksonville. next week. But he did not relish the idea of menial i
in in earnest endeavor with others equally ----- labor, and Monday refused point
true conditions. they exist Flor. Monday May 4. 1914 8 O'Clock P. M.-Eighth Grade Graduating
Ma. It was decided to issue a booklet interested in the welfare of Kissimmee -;, blank to do any work., '.Beiae breed r
which will cover the most important : and surrounding country yet by I Exercite we believe that there can be more to take his place with the otters.he 4) ,
'features and answer the most important : their fruits we shall know them, and Tuesday May 5, 1914. O'Clock P. Organization of High. School money made from a carefully planned seized an axe and deuberatolyrtrneKhi ,
<.' questions as to what we have and Il unless we see some earnest work from Alumni Association. rotation of crops and Intensive cultivation left hand, lacerating _t -.considerably -., M,
this section of the state is spe- them when others are: bending every O'Clock M. Claw Exercises earrtooLout than from the old custom cutting into the bone .D4.Jn&k-. ,
f what 6. 191.. 10 A. Day by
.. .' r energy to accomplish something; not Wednesday* May of cultivating a large acreage and 11 ing an ugly wouneV -Dr...Chunnof St.; .t'' ,.> ,
oth-er 'for their' own individual benefit but the Graduating Class. taking off only one or two crops and Cloud .was, called 'totwd {io tk s la,., l'-1_ .'
*(1*: ;While the meeting :Monday night for the benefit of the whole community Wednesday May 6; 1914. O'Clock. P. M.--.Annual Declamation Con-- allowing the land to lie idle the ,.. red,man,''who''Utbeing"detained.at' 1-. ; Ja I
.. -largely"attended and Ailed wtthenthuelasm. we can but feel that if such citi- tet. mainder the season. I the camp. ,The injured ......... 18 M 1 .,'W
wa noticed that there weretnanT sens who stair away and refuse to lend we bop* that the good work began badly torn and wounded. thai te; doctor .. <:,
others'wp.who ape--or should be, any assistance are,In that'particular (A. small admission charge will be made on thitwght to':meet.texpeaa. I by our girls*,canning clubsr may prove.. hold* out little bop of ftrnaaful-' re'
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fat Jeiut-u'IQD Interested ,in .the at least' lacking, in good citizenship ; .) a valuable. object,lesson to oar ,u-: ness againoBlackerby was.trial eom:;,, r ..
;-.'v-f.torwelfare'.of'!:'!Cl.sinunee a*'any and need a kinq; friendly reminder: of Th.nday.My 4.t I0 'Cldck A.Mr-I1'ig1: loot I Promotion men and truck growers and that they time back -on-the charge +of.lunacy
wb0 present,.that failed to lend thfrShitie* )fthyow .to .the city?to Yee will soon-CTMP the advisability of intensive but.wa..aUowdsytoR*o<'free'of,.this)I, ,
:'their wear presence to the meeting offer their'neighbors; ;, to their.families and ; ; (9149( .O'Clodp.]:'M-CraduatiDI Exercise:CUs; farmingand a'systematic rotation charge.> 1"M .' '.
of"coan"oradTiie'l'in.th.; to themselves to Joint hand'with ,too wT6tirld.7; of crepe which will prove to be : ''''
maaarement. verd of the affairs; that might enthusiastic'workers% In theboard'of . : SdMMaI.IH .the greatest stride,yet',made l tin' the ;1' Carioble.en; .. and Joe U. Jonea :!t .'.

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'. 'Is the Object t Sought by.. "COLE & UNLEY.. The Store of Soli Values Arrested and d -Pu[ in Jail '



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tf 'BOARD OF TRADE WILL ASK -marks an epoch in the ... ... u . ...
COMMITTED IN .
Commencement MURDER WAS .'
COMMISSIONERS TO APPROPRIATE :
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1912 AND GREATLY EXCITED
MONEY TO PAY
COUNTY. DEMONSTRA- life of your boy or girl. THE SEMINOLE INDIANS. }
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f Kissimmee was this week 'honored j : ----- '. ,

with a visit from Prof. C. K. McQuar- A telegram was. received Tuesday ""'I'
rie, state agent of the United States by James M. Willson, Jr., announcing :
demonstration work and a member of --Day y : are over, and the sternbusiness the arrest at West Palm Beach of 1j'i;I

the State University at Gainesville. John Ashley, the reputed murderer of
Professor McQuarria was here for DeSoto Tiger son of Captain Tom .
y N tbe purpose of inducing our board of i of life ahead. Tiger a prominent Seminole Indian.\
to join cruel i
trade or county commissioners This revives the story
xr hands with the government in paying murder of this young Indian more ..
4, the salary of a competent man to act : than two and a half years ago, whfti
as demonstration agent in this county i Make more memorable the murderer slew him in cold blood,
,, and school our farmers in the way of r stealing the pelts and skins which be "J
1 producing more and better crops. had in his possession. Perhaps more
r The professor paid his respects to than,any other papers, the Kissimmee ,
the editor of this paper, and during this event in their lives papers took up the story at that time '
a. most pleasant conversation he said: and Mr. and Mrs. Willson, known aliover
r+ generally do not appear the south as the friends of the .
.1 to understand what we mean, when we Seminole worked earnestly- : in the endeavor --r-
f /, state the government desires to aid to <.,?ring justice against the ,,'
the farmers of Florida in producingmore slayer. The Indians themselves were
cotton and corn and field'crop Buy a "Graduation Gift very much incensed at the time, and ,
generally by furnishing them a man clamored for justice but for some reason ..:
thoroughly qualified to teach them the the slayer was never located. ;
trick and look at me. sidewise, as the Agitation, however, did not cease, ..
i ordinary individual is a little shaky and the government was urged to take ,r
k about accepting a gift, thinking that will be treasured in after years. We will be drastic steps in the matter. Mrs. Will- ,

1 there's a bull at the other end of the son, who is the author of the book, 4 '
string,* and ai a general rule they are "The Seminoles in Florida," together .
; correct, but in this case they are miaI glad to assist you in making your selection with Mr. Willson and other interested

; I taken. -., people at Kissimmee, hoped for the
"The government appropriated a time when the slayer would be found.As .
i certain amount of money to go towards a result, about a month ago United
g paying the salaries of experts States Special Officer/ of the Indian
L to teach the farmers of the south the 'Some Service Thomas E. Brents was trans-
profession of farming, but none of fere rd to Florida from the west with
_. --that-meney. -.-.p.id-out until the coun, . .,.. . . ". the specific instructions to locate tbemurJerer. +
ty who enters into the scheme and ( He Verne to Kiseimmee and
a guarantees to put up a certain amount. interviewed Mr. Willson and others
i To be exact: the government will pay Suggestions : and asesrted when he left here that he
,)' $675 a year towards the salary of each would locate the man if he were still
agent in thirty counties in Florida, living. ,
r provided each county pays $175 a year, The telegram' verifies his faith, and
making a minimum total of $850 a also serves to assure the Indians of .
county agent must receive or $85 a fair treatment at the hands of.the e
y month for ten months', work. I I government. DeSoto Tiger, so cruel-
b "But we all recognize that you cannot ly murdered was a, young intelligent ,. ,
; hire brains with pauper wages, -a Gold Watcha I Indian, who was just about to startto
and it would be my advice to this or the west on a visit to other Indian
any other county to pay their agent at Signet Ring i tribes in the endeavor to secure intercourse -
least.$100 a month and keep him em- with them. It i is quiet sig-
.-eplcyed all year. Already twenty- Gold Braceleta i nificant that at about -the same timethe
eight counties in Florida have entered -a secret service man was arresting* '.'
,' into the scheme and have employed a murderer "of an Indian on the eaat i
agents, and I have only sufficient fountain Penis coast, Vice-President Marshall was
i 's.. funds to take in two more counties, I Felicitating an Indian Charley Tiger
one 'Of which I would like to be Os- i Tail, on .the west C'Ol\8t and assuring z
t oeola. DCole&Unley' him of the justice of the United States
1 "The duties of the agent are to go government. ,
+ .'f.. frOm'.farm to farm and instruct the +:
r farmer how' deep to plow, when to LICENSE ,
'. plow what kind and how much fertilizer -Gold Cuff Links PROCURES
'.to use and how and when to Jewelers Engravers
harvest and market his crop. 'AlsoitIs . ON FORGED ORDER .
'his.. duty.te hold monthly, or'quar Diamond Setter l
terly meeting of'farmers and lectureon "
any and every subject necessary for '.:. \ \. f, .' WARREN IIAY IN JAIL FOR ENi i
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.a farmer to know,, and in- every way t ;>II "I't '". ,.\k..>.:i; ,. ."..' '.' .,,.' . ,. ." ,.1.... ... ,' _". TICING THIRTEEN-YEAR-OLD ;
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fi 4 : e .... 7'. aid his time the producer and money.to get the. most,for.' :'; . ,>\ ; : \ :-The Sto.'o Solid Values'" ''\ .. : / :t" : 114 Broadway ,' GIRL FROM HOME FOR *" '*" t.

"We have not yet had a county to CLANDESTINE MAR- > .
k quit the game after once entering it, i RIAGE.
'but on the other hand have added to I
i It.for the beneficial results have been ,
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so marked even a blind man could-aee Warren Hay, a young man'about
e'f' them. Why, over in Escambia countya twenty one years of age is in the
county jail here charged with enticinga
man who worked his farm as the
directed has increased his corn girl under the age of sixteen from
yield from eighteen bushels an acre her home for a clandestine marriage.The .
%t to seventy-one bushels an acre and in young man; in company with the
other places the average in- girl, applied Saturday night to Judge
many
n zrrase in other crops has been equally T. M. Murphy for a license to marry.
The judge, seeing the extreme youthfulness -
M great. Farmers as a rule do note
but after of the girl, refused to issue
; lead farm papers, go on year -
the license, stating that parents' consent -
it year plowing and hoeing in the '
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and the soil the to such a union was essential.
same old way cursing; ,
i, weather and things in general for the have all details arranged for when Miss Kilpatrick of Corinth,XMU- Sunday schools of the county to send : A CORRECTIONMooreland The couple then went to Clerk
k small crop their farms produce, when successfully entertaining the visiting sissippji, and Mr. A. B. Brown of representatives to this meeting and to James Johnston and secured a written
all the time it's the man heairqSlydoesn't delegates and Kissimmee people in Jacksonville are to be here to partici- organize the county at, that time. agreement for the signature of the
.-- know-how to farmr- nd general, as they do on all such occasions pate with us in our Sunday school It was also agreed to suggest to'' mother of the girl. This agreementwas
the man the-government will send to will lend their best efforts to convention. A -email ..1Mlik.ely., ten the various_schools the advisability of Okla.. April 23, 1914.JTriplett rigidly worded, and was taken >tty.lay >
' people .will put them into the the local carpenters' union in makingthe cents, to be charged to meet the expenses arranging picntc- aF : with 'understBdirnj that the _'..,
A your road -that, leads competence' .and- .a stay of the visitors pleasant. of the occasion.It Southport, or elsewhere, at an early Dear Sir: May I. ask you to makea proper' signature would make things -
happy and prosperous life.\ The delegates from the local union -was also agreed- to invite the date. statement in your paper, the Valley. .ill right, The couple returned. aboii %.. "
F Gazette, itTa the
When asked as to when this agent are H. N Bratton and J. H. Snlith, concerning obituaryof 8 o'clock with the agreement presu '
I Mr. T. C. George and referred to ably signed by the mother of the girl,
&k and they states that from hundred
be the answered a I
could sent, professor : --- -'- ---- - -
his
friends
Of "understand t o a hundred and fifty delegates will surviving as though there and they were accordingly married by
"Right.away course you I
Ka, were but and that -
I none one a daughter. Judge Murphy. It developed immediately -
that certain papers must be l>e here :from different cities in the
.
.1 am his wife, Mrs. S. E. (George
after this that the mother did
made out, but that requires only little state. The program to be carried outs
who would gladly have been at his
not sign the and when she
agreement
time, and if your commissioners decide practically the same as published in
y bedside" to care for him but did not heard of the marriage she created
to enter into the scheme, nil your coun- last week'sissue of The Valley Gaz-
' ( ty clerk has, to do is to let me know, ette, with the addition that the boardof Have YOU Visited even morning know he died.he was They sick sent until tel-the quite a bit of excitement in town in ..,
me a her endeavors to locate the couple
and I will forward him the trade at its meeting Monday night
necessarypaper's .
,: i egram that he had died, and that they keeping her search until long into t,
r"" to fill out. There is no reason authorized the president to delegate a up
Psi why your agent should not be at work member to receive them on the partof I would bury him there the next day. the Hay was arrested Sunday .'\jl
'' roll that Then to get there before burial was and paced in jail where he awaits ,this \
before thirty days around. body.
impossible. He also had --- 1-..
seven step- trial; TheTrfrtTwho figures In
Thisquestion was presented to theboard" The will be called to order 'StoreI '
meeting The kons. I think he also has two brothers
Novelty the case was born January, 1901, and
f\\
trade and \j;"
of on Monday night, promptly at 10 o'clock Monday mornIng who survive him, but could not consequently is only a trifle over thir- '.
Hi met with the hearty approval of every when Mayor Mar.will welcomethe tell where they live-Henry and .William teen of .i<\
years >
; man present, resulting in a comm'ttee delegates to the 'city; after which George. age.
composed of H. Q. Stanford, J. M. W. J. Sears will present the compli- My husband had been sending the "PETER PAN" PIC C. .
't. Willson, Jr., and S. W. Lawler being ments 'of the school, he to be followedby 'I. BROADWAY Gazette to me right along and ::..
appointed to present the case to the S. J. Triplett who will deliver an have my name on your mailing" list you Mr. and Mrs.sIi": Aultman entertained . .: :
'rr ra county commissioners on Monday, address on the subject, "OrganizedLabor although it is sometimes E. S. and the ladies who participated in r !
when thej meet in regular monthly What It Ha and What It Will sometimes S. G. on my the "Peter Pan" entertainment, their ,
.'"4' session, and ask that the necessary Accomplish. paper.Very husbands and a few other friends wit X +
f i, + appropriation be made. There is no --and inspected the line of useful MRS respectfully S. E. GEORGE.A a picnic to St. Cloud Tuesday afternoon ,
question but what the commissioners .
P, will act favorably on this matter, art household articles' that are being offered CARD OF THANKS. The" afternoon ;was spent bathing in J4 i'
fail to do with- COMMITTEE DOING
they never everything the lake and supper was served on
in their power to advance the interests at prices that are very attrac Mrs.\. S. E. George and family wishto the lakeshore. -An informal dance fol- t
of the county. and it appear to us, SPLENDID WORK !thank any and all who rendered assistance I lowed at the St. Cloud hotel. wt.
that} the small sum asked in this instance tive. I in any way in the sickness, I Those who enjoyed the outing were
'will result in more )brood to the death and burial 'of Mr. T. -George,I Mr. fend Mrs. G. B. Aultman, Mr.And
tfarm.rtthaa, any money the commlsJ our husband and step-father. May Mrs., H. C. Standford, Mr. and Mrs. 4
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sienera have expended since taking of- ALL SUNDAY SCHOOLS IN CITY We ask share of the patronage the God of all good bless and reward Crawford Dr. Downing, Mrs Carson '
--tree, \ SHOWING MARKED IMPROVEMENT. a you all. Sincerely, Mrs. Shiver Gable Seiver, Miss Her-" J*
% of progressive Kissimmee citizens S. E. GEORGE and SONS, tha Bryan, Miss Marjorie Bell. BearI
ARRANGEMENTS H. H. LUDDEN, den, Miss Alma Griffin, Mrs.
and Will / value for the A. L. LUDDEN, Mrs. Windhurst, Miss Rose 0' '
\ '" give full moneyLi1UaENllX A. Z. LUDDEN Mrs. Bullock, Mrs Herrinrton ]
o// ( .jVRt?. COMPLETED The Sunday school committee met C. E. LUDDEIfc BlackwelL Mrs. Wells Miss
k on the call of the chairman in the of- .' \ ? B' A. LUDDENL. Nelson,,Miss Fling, Mr. Fleming. ,.
< ftce of UM'MeUon Realty,''company: at E. LUDDEN.1 r Cnrcon. Toner. Regero, Dr. .. ,
1 ptjflMEETING >MONDA.Y'OF THB'r. T o'clock' p:'BU, ,April 28, there Mine J .;-Eo W. K. LUDDEN.The : Miss Ruby. Ellis,.Jfra. Harry! r'i. 1
'+ 'r. JK>.CARrBNTEBr'DJSTRlcr present w.1Li"Jo....., X ..NeUoa.3er Miss thelt'.Wader Mrs W : '
.,.:.\. M Chicbolm and R. U Or r- ' 'N&8OD.;war 'ie-.what Sherman Mm: Earl irs. Joe Seara.' i
.:;: COUNCI street of.the cmmnittee,and Secretary 'M said' if was', because the- MericaAwarwin MyrU. BobbJVLuril*.DoW. .
e' ', : Ww af.Wltharapooo,, ' r. .7 :h be-fonrhf' ,harder in the m* garet and rMatti'Stanford'ILJy
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t .t' ..: '
&*arrangement*for the meeting: here j the rarioos Sunday school*..4o furniab J __" "'"'-___ <'. '..J. .. .' t.. ..... _..... it will be 1n".tbrteJrltGt7.aero." .the gu.on21ILj'rnonsrMr"SmitM.; ,1r.t'f .':
C.jKnday-.. ,;..the< Carpenters' .District;; a 4 loncheon !at..6 ZO p.. nu, on May 20th,:, ')U,. prod ; ,p.:. .' aJt:4': ; ;;.:,U r! ..''' 1- f It1i ,
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'FWDAY, MAT' L 1M4. 'THE_ 'JCtSS.MMEE_ VALLEY GAZETTE PACE' 3.Lttrrr ,.'.e

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I A Few Things We : e'

(Prickly Ash,Poke Roe and Potassium) .1 : 'In ;, ;= I

1 Prompt' Powerful Permanent I' , ", .
Saw and Did the
a at .. It
'Jta'bmae41.f. lkubbanl _. Good t..nlt an .
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fea r w u.usllr yield to P. .. P.. Iut'--* CUTS '. .:
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P. P }; P.; i . Press. -. Association.-- ; J *
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Makes rkhi fed, 'pure blood-cleanses the entire :" For several months we looked for Fort Myers, making a stop at the I (
system-clears the brain--strengthens dlg.atba and aervE1 ward with much anticipated pleasure I magnificient home 'and grounds," of 'J.

A positive spec1 c for Blood Poker and akin dieeasest :attending the meeting of' the Thos. Edison. ) 'f
l lis i Florida editors in their annual meet At 7:30: Professor Evans of the
Drives out Rheuaut3sm and Stop the Pain; ends Malaria .. at Fort Myers on1 the- 23d of the I national bureau of plant Indu.try-and _
.' a wonderful tonic sod bodybuilder. Thousands endorse it. past month, and now that! we have j Miss Agnes Harris, state agent of the
SAVANNAH GA'" been there and are back on the-joE ofassisting girls canning and tomato clubs, entertained I 11f
F. V.
UPPMAN CO.
4 Dn'gWa ; I Ij' in running the Valley Gazette the' visitors at the Methodist
we will endeavor briefly to tella church with illustrated lectures. ;

few of the things we did and saw. I Then came the grand banquet at
1I Kissimmee, on this occasion as it f Hotel Bradford to which one hundred uLTIME1JIx
does on 'all occasions, was at Fort f I'had been invited.. It has been our
Myers with the largest number of [I pleasure] in the past to attend numer-
representative ladies and gentlemen ef ous banquets, but this one will stand sea r
I HE WITH NO any city in Florida and therefore was at the head. The service was of the
in evidence everywhere at all times. best and the grub was solid and sub- .
/ Eight Kissimmeettes left here on the I stantial, the women were beautiful 4 'I
MONEYW1TH early morning train Wednesday and both in face and clothes and the men I
; were followed on the evening train by i were handsome, even Rube Allen J U LY
four more, all loaded down with rib- 'j i looking! chic. The speeches were short, '! ,. .
bons on which was printed "Kissimmee ;Icriapr'and witty and Harry Brown was I ,
1915," which they Itt once began'' an ideal toantmagter. It was one', v
I d pinning on everyone who would stand o'clock) when the signal wan given to .
dc '"' for it, and there was hardly a person;', cease eating and drinking-the end I Citrus GrowersOur
but who gladly wore the label of the I I of a glorious and happy evening.We '
best, the prettiest, the cleanest and the left Saturday morning, our only
most progressive city in this great and {I regret being that every editor in I new Spring Citrus Book entitled BE ON TIME is now ready. ,

glorious commonwealth. Even Vice- Florida was not there to enjoy the It tells what fertilizer to use, how much, when to apply. and many ,. 1 i
President Marshal, who was there as! hospitality of the good people of Fort l I other valuable points on grove management. l %,
I e
I the star attraction, had it flying from 1
CREDIT Myers. Send for and also for our leaflets Acid Soil and Lime:
I I the lapel of his coat' and was kind I I copy .
h r enough to say, during his speech on S4SSS ? S-0 SS4SSSS4P4 ,: Ii i Its Fornin and Effect J .I I ,
Thursday night that the first syll- oQo CST '
t able of the name made a strong appealto i. ('IIIUST AIN ENDEAVORIN' I WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.
an old man like him, and right here FLORIDA S' :Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers, '
and ..nowwe want to say that the I I'I'S I s i 6
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Vice-President is the biggest'little or JACKSONVILLE FLA1upThk ;
0) > 0)YSSSG446o44SAd'0The
Nothing like the above sad situation will ever come to the Ma. big, man it has been our pleasure to 'I
meet. He is of brain of heart
big big general) outlook over the .state I ---- - --- -- ---'-
Who Save His Money. The Msa Who Shows an Inclination to and big in common sense. seems more favorable than for most I -. /'"
About all the Kissimmee crowd did of the twenty-nix years! our Union is -- t
Honesty provides for His Family and Pays Hit Debt Wednesday and Thursday morning old. More people are interested in''

was to walk around and view the Christain Endeavor; more starting or ,
palatial homes, and they are there by planning to start, new societies; anda i F t
'r Misfortune may come to such a man by chance, wiping out his the score, but in the afternoon practically -' deeper interest is taken in forward ,
all the crowd had arrived and steps for societies already organized. .
:
c but that financial assistanceis
CREDIT is
little savings, HIS so secure
For all these signs of the
the first feature on the entertain pronpertiy SUPERIOR SERVICE
willing given to tide over the temporary period of distress. ment program was pulled off, being a secretarylooks' up and thanks God. I COURTEOUS TREATMENT ,,
ElI boat ride up Orange river and about Mr. and Mrs. Edgar E. Strother
every 'man who get aboard took ad- the missionaries for Chrisbain Endeavor

I* No matter how small your salary may be, you can, vantage of the invitation. On this in China accompanied by thelatter' a a
I trip was Vice-President Marshal and !! father Mr.. Cameron Jiave i
by proper managing, deposit a little in this bank each I he was just a's jolly as Rube Allen, given precious strength' and time to
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usfor. ixarly month, On March
land that i i.* saying> some. 41
, 'Week-even a dollar will make the start, and your I! Orange; river i is as crooked as any I 27th, they started to the Gainesvilleconvention" .'J
I cork screw that ever came out of a I : and April 25th held the
bank book will place you on the direct route to laapo'I'I last in J Florida. Ill MONEYTO
I factory, but it is also one of the prettiest meeting probably They i t
r pines when old age comes.STATE streams in Florida, the banks had planned to do more Voluntary t
field work but the summoiis north has
being lined With orange groves, and i YOUR CREDIT
here and there/ a handsome bungalowthat just corns: This coming week they ,
told of the happiness and pros- go to St. Louis; from thereto theGeneral I

J BANK'OFKISSIMMEE perity of the owners. Churches Conference in Chicago.of Later Presbyterian comes The time will- come, sooner or later when you will ""', '
Foil Myers was reached on the return -
. trip about ceven o'clock, and as the voyage to Europe, where last plansare find it very convenient to have' money to your-credit 1
soon as the party had gotten the best made before sailing for China in in! the bank. wAre
i of a goqd meal at Hotel Bradford, the fall. Florida Endeavorers have
I which hotel wan headquarters, the never "oil together"" owned a "real, you saving what you can? af
line of march was taken up to live missionary. So let us now claim f

; Capital dock _nn_n__n--n-___u 1 u$100,060.00 Gwynne Institute a handsome build- two with Missouri, these friends, Mr. .,
x Resource 400,000.00Officers ing, which has an auditorium that accommodates and Mrs. Strother. n Begin now by starting an account with us.I k
, over nnnnUnUnUnu about five hundred} and For the St. Petersburg State Con- I I ..
r it was packed to the limit with the gregational Conference colsing April 4 Per Cent
and Directors flower of Florida men and women.In 24th, the program was planned by Interest
1 a few minutes after reaching the Rev. Geo. Waldron, our new C. E'
C A. CARSON Prest. J. M. LEE Vice Pre.t hall the orchestra began playing and Vice-PreBident. So of course we had Paid on-Saving ACcounb.- r :+
the curtain went up.. On the stagewas an Endeayor session. In it Rev. R. If
.a M. KATZ 2nd Vice Pre.L the president of the Press association C. Drisco, of Pomona, led a discussion -

ROMA THOMAS. Assistant Cashier Vice President Marshall, the on practical Endeavor work and Arthur Doncgan P. k. Weaver,
president of the Fort Myers board oi Mr. Strother aided in this. A West
r trade and several other men' ofprominence. Tampa delegate read for Mr. .Leslie President. .Ca&h 1ert I '
After prayer by a'localmlnl. S. Bray;.a remarkably!lne paper, 'i' e I
"Why Have Christain Endeavor In i
r -president of the board of f ,_ +
trade was introduced, and ''deliveredan OurChurches."' W. hope to hare the a
t ,. . : address of 'welcome to the visitIng permission to use this paper by Mr. 4 o INTER EST ON SAVINGS ACCOUNT t c
editors and the distinguishedguest Bray who .is*president of the West

which address was responded to Tampa Congregational SocIety. Rev. "T .
by the editor of the Valley Gazette. ,S J.: Townsend who has C. E. record .
Vice-President Marshall was then (beeping for his 'church denominattonr u
introduced. We will not gave a good annual _
Good fences---and lots them --will attempt a s
t1FLL0 MIFL.ILT taws
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detail of what Mr. Marshall said, but to hear. ,
state The. State Secretary was sick a A Ne.a .Tlsa veel.ety
that
for
merely ( more than an : taw aeee.I MNaa 7 H7
for hour he. held his audience in closest 'w days; then had* relapse of fever sw e. a.wlea sra .n !
grow money you. attention. The vice-president is not this week. She is to have a vacationas -.,
I an orator of the Bryan type, but he faa much as possible from actual
clear and forceful speaker, and work, for Ie couple of weeks, but mail I 4
while his address was punctured with work, for a couple of weeks, but mail
Fence off your farm into a 'suffiI I wit and humor, it was nevertheless forwarded from Interlachen will always -I 1.

cloaked in sound reasoning, and will be welcomed wherever she is. a,'
go down in Florida history as a mas- GRACE A. TOWNSEND.
cient number of fields to get the terpiece.At Tampa, Fla., April 25, 1914. I. /

the close of this address the! "i

audience rose and sang "America" Jacksonville, Fla., April 30.-Work.1!
proper rotation of crops and the most and then "Dixie." on "Camp Kirby-Shith, as the veter-I Raised t '
Friday the first business meetingwas ana' camp at the Jacksonville reunion When 'f
held and routine work disposed of, will be known is well under way, and r
advantageous pasturing, and: your such as report of treasurer, taking in i: will be ready for its several thousand From an Errand Boy The Pangs of "Hunger- ,
new members, report of Harry Brown, occupants before the date of the reI .
I -- -
chairman cost congress committee union. The eamp'has been named In On Our MeatsHe
cash returns each season are bound and address by Arthur W. Dennison honor of the late Confederate chief 1 Demand a Steak
'.. the. neceaity of CIa eF affiliation-ef tain. Gen. Kirby-SmKh,-the great '" 0- -
newspapers and job offices. est! commander that Florida gave to Performed Some Order It Here !,:

to increase. At the same time fencesare Before adjournment at noon a motion , the Confederacy. The name was sug .> 1 aYou'll
by the SuccessfulCommcrcial ..1 L
prevailed to hold the election of division Confederate Florida l
officers arid designate the place fo United Veterans, K
asset as they add greatly to meeting in 1915 immediately after and adopted by the Reunion associa Feats Make No. Mutalce "
an reconvening: at 1:30 p. m. Promptlyat tion. Camp Kirby-Smith will be located -
that hour President Russell called in Springfield Park, one of the ?

. the, value of any farm. the report meeting of the to membership order, and pending committee the attractive few blocks public removed parks of from the the city busi, buta RULL EJASSMARKET. Phone 189, 304 Broadway I _'

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nesspart of Jacksonville. c ;
Gen. B. W. Haldeman of Louisvillewas C
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to stage and delivered !
We sell good fence---American a splendid address. JOOOOOOOOOOOO.OOOOOOOOO.O .. t1f
The order of business was then de- k


.', .. Field Fence---made. heavy and strongto i ing resulting-in manded choseri, and president Bob the Holly election, Chris of Sanford Codringtonof was held be-, r- :o: e.. D. G. WHOP i it ISUROE UGElfoy.... a

DeLand vice-president, J. W. fOR SALE

The White of Jacksonville treasurer, T. J. Successor I. ArtLw E.: Dueta Af eney
last. prices are very reasoni Appleyard of Tallahassee secretary,
Room No. 9 Secoad flow Citizen Bank
For Bvildinr. Pb. 246 h
and J. H. Humphries of Bradentown ;: sale or exchange' for Ki.immee . ne <
al property, either
national committeeman.Then vacant
able. We invite you to call and see came the first ginger that or good Improved business;restaurant best location doing In General Insurance BaaIa_.
had been injected into the meeting an excellent little city. ., representing\ strongest and moat.
i the naming of the place at which the Y Reliable companies. iC
next meeting; will be held. Oscar For sale--a1 line suburban
us. Conklin of Miami in I home. of twenty acres about one- We will continue
\ placed nomination half of same being fine celery the Bocinrss of tile Arthur E. Doneran. Agency! : w
,l1) the Magic City, and S. J. Trip- land balance fruit land. Price without
lett of Kissimmee that of the most and terms reasonable.A chaneYour patronage U respectfully solicited. ',.,

beautiful, progressive and hospitablecity I L-
in Florida, which, he stated, was five room house In excellent -. .
,1. Osceola Hardware Co. the hub around which the state's best condition of neighbors.on good,atrete and the - -- - ---- - -- rrv klO

.. much civilization the delegates revolved.desired But to however come An excellent farm..e on which lea J:: w. Thompson ..... .. .........a t d. ,,Mr

to our city in 1915, many had promised One young grove, new house. LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEY
their support to Miami, and when the deep well in fact everything that
The Favorite Store of Kissimmee I In the makeup of an excel
.f ,vote was polled Miami led Kissimmee lent farm. For Information AT LAW'
I by three vote-and to the' away FUNERAL DIRECTOR .
'down the city .e .h
f on east coast we all go
e ..the'' last week m March of 1915, and .Ask Mr*. Summer mod SPECIALIZING' IN r', ,
'f ... know and feel that the citizens of LICENSEDStore EMAALMER ABSTRACT. C f'
that place will make ns all feel M 1Ak....." Cottage .,.

'\ I though we acted wisely/ In accepting ..... t :: AND 3 3TITLE
Florida's BestpWSPAPER their Imitation to be their guests.. OS PeaQeld .t>fut SoothInmee. Eta, r.-
VAllEY GAZ' E11' ''E. ,.In.the afternoon of Friday the delegates . WORK .
f. ,, .;: < :: were given &D-sate rid.'over and.Cbapd,. Stewart..... TATB BANK MLO*.

i .. . i the beautiful.street and roads around .. .. ..... jT(1fR i frllinma N 0 i'
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: 'KISSIMMEE mains for the future historian. ,.Jfco::! I tfve was r f,050,0007' phjndly:armed, provisioned of"desolation; farms.Jestroy.d'fences' make .the living tot thoifc.\who!were
a HONORS due honor to these splendid men,' who, and equipped: In"the sooth. broken down;' stock' killed; in 'many away in the war.' In some placjr tba i
through years of privations, hardshipsand half a million men had fallen. instance our loved ones forever scattered negro, outnumbered the whites Oh to '
sacrifices, maintained the unequal The United States, with Admirable and lost oar;'church' houses'had on,.'and''they might, have arisen to ,t,
SLEEPING HEROES strife, and fought ,,to the death: for and characteristic generosity, hasmade been turned into hospitals; our school slay their master and mistresses, but
. principles: that they held dearer: than. ample provisions to maintain houses'into soldier barracks; the entire they refrained be it said, to their everlasting -
: i 'national cemeteries, 'Into which, so farM social. system turned.upside .down. honor Not until -irresponsiblemen >
: OF LOST CAUSE"SPLENDID History) furnishes >no paralled.. of a practicable, has been gathered'the came among: them to'teach the ;
; nation thai had to straggle into birth remains of the gallant men who fell "0;?, bloodiest picture i on! the book of meanness for pin to themselves Was ....
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k :: in defense. of their These there strained social relations between -
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......' -, United State had every advantage'ofa cemeteries are most .beautifully kept. Fair Dixie fell, unwept without a I the negroes and their former'
I ( PROGRAM RENDER. Lure lesson after which the audience I well organized government, with her Every year the Memorial and Decora crime; .. I masters. '
ED AT PASTIE-0-HEATER: IN joined In singing: armies navy, munitions of war, money .tion .days come around, and public Found noV a generous friend, a pityingfoe But we are here today to do honor'to' ,
1 in the treasury and a national cred' &'Btherlngsare had, and the graves the heroes who fought ,and fell in 11
PRESENCE OF LACE AND of. these heroes decorated and \ that memorable conflict. As they sleep tin
... Fair Florida. "together with all the.equipments of are Strength' her arm or mercy in her
,G APPRECIATIVEAUDIENCE. I.a nation prepared to go to war. The eulogies are pronounced on their deedsof .woe, tr 'unknown graves, it it practically
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.1 l Air: "Beulah Lend. ,Confederate states, on the contrary, valor This is all as it should be.1No Dropped from her nerveless grasp the impossible for us to-assemble to strew
. (By A. J. Holt.) had nothing. Everything had to be Confederate; soldier would withholda broken spear? ; flowers on their tombs. But IT' their '
;-, d;' I i) organized "do novo." States had to word of praise for the brave men Closed her bright eye, and curbed her grave. were 'equally distributed over. .
I One of the most interesting and Sing for the land where nature smiles: secede, then vote to form a national once their foes. Neither will there be high career." the south, practically our whole land .-,
impressive services that has been 'our Where earth and air this life beguiles, government which had to meet and an objection on the part of any hon- would be a burial aee-1)f the dead. ;
N privilege to attend in a long time was Where land and lea so sweetly meet organize, and create outright the civil, orable, generous G. A. R. man that And did' these unparalleled discouragements So we honor the whole land for their
? that conducted at the Pastime theater To bring all blessings to thy feet. military, the legal the postal the leg- we should meet to do honor to the daunt us? ,T?id we sit down sakes. In the immortal words of that
) ) last Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock .. islative and the executive branches, a heroes than fell as Confederate sol to-bemoan our fate ? No. Out of the pt xlesa\ southern poet, Abraham Ryan + '
) when Will Bryan Chapter of the ( Chorus. ) /government that had to take the fieldat diers. The other! day at St. Cloud the ashes of her desolation and defeat
United Daughters of the Confederacy I once against an armed and trained G. A. R. 'then'of this statemet and and from the chasm oT her sorrow, "Give roe\ a. land where the ruins are .
I*' met to pay a loving tribute to de- 0, Florida; Fair F16ndu government that was invading the'- marched and played their martial mush she arose and builded a New South. spread, '
parted ones who gave their lives in I I Where blessings; brighton every day, r sacred precincts of our home land. and sang their-patriotic songs, and We had submitted to the arbitrament'of Where the living tread light o'er the
,, s', the struggle fob what they thoughtwas Where every step along the way i Armies .had to be created; their sol no one objected. This speaker was in arms and had met with disaster, hearts of the dead,
right. 1 From, sea to gulf, from, beach to hay I diers had to be drilled, equipped, clothed that crowd He stood there\ as a Con and' we did not bemoan the inevitable. Yes; give mea land that is blest with l
The building was well filled when Shines like a star of purest ray t fed and led. We were so blockaded federate veteran and his.old soldier's With the remnant of old men, maimedmen the dust,'
: called to order by. Mrs. 1:1': .- B. Simp- | To light the land of Florida. as. to he unable to procure arms or heart was stirred at the sight, and and boys together with the And bright with the deeds of the
t son who acted as presiding officer of munitions of war from abroad and he joined in the cheers to Old Glory. cheering) inspiring( encouragement and downtrodden just;
j the occasion. i Thy flowers are fair, .thy fruits mei we had to create factories for the Owing' to the fact that Florida offers assistance of the noblest worsen ever Yes; give me a land where the battle's +'
The opening number on the program I i rare, manufacturing of arms and ammunition. I an asylum to all, and especially made, we began the battle\ of life. red blast '
was song "Come Thou Almighty Thy fortune favors everywhere J On the other hand our opponents to old people seeking health, our sun Right here allow me to pause and paya Has flashed to the future the fame of
King" in which the entire audience !; Thy very breeze a blessing brings, were boundless in. their re ny skies, the genial breezes, the fruits justly deserving tribute *to the the past; "
joined in singing. And bears a healing on .its wings. sources.: But -eing convinced of the : and flowers, all offer a healing sanitarium brave and loyal women of the south. Yes; give rrie a land that hath legendand .
The music was led by !Ming Elizabeth I i I righteousness of out cause and despite to all, many old soldiers have Left by their husbands brothers, lay, :.-
Carson who presided at the (Chorus. all these disadvantageous conditions come to live among us. In our town fathers, and sweethearts to struggleat That tells of the glory of long vanishi
piano and accompanied by Mrs.. Ver- ,* we did organize land arm/ and they outnumber us ten to one. We home alone, they kissed their, loyal ed days; I
,r ) ner Ellis and Miss Marie Hddlestonon : The orange blossoms lade thy breeze, equip and drill our soldiers, who welcome them. They honor their dead, ones good-bye hiding their tears un- Yes; give me a land with a grave in if
corn tts -arid Tony Kagcro i Fair, golden fruitage gilds thy trees, fought as desperately and as heroically we honor ours. Really we honor the I til after they had gone, many of them each spot i
i ( violin. The choirs from the various'I Artesian. flows thy waters clear for their convictions as ever men dead of both, for the southern soldier, never to return. They gladly inured And a name in that grave that shall
C churches occupied their places on they I And health abides without a fear fought on this earth until they fell in a great majority of cases his graveis themselves to the hardships which ne'er be forgot;
...: (stage and assisted in the singing. where they fought, and thus sealed unknown. they had invited ; denied themselves Yes; give me a land of the wreck and I
,' V. The opening prayer was offered by (Chorus. ) their faith by the best blood of the unmurmuringly the luxuries to which :the toil;
t Rev. A. M. Chisholm, pastor of the .south. The..f brave men whose "No useless coffin enclosed his breast they had been accustomed; plied the 's grandeur in graves, there's
p i A Oh ri stain church after which the con- The .smiles of ilod; arc on thy land, ory we cherish today rivalled me1T1-1 Nor in sheet nor shroud we wound spindle and the loom, thus making Theo lory in gloom; 1 t
-. i ereiralton joined !inSuwaner ,1t'll'iftll' '- -- His blessings flow oil! every hand. heroes of the past in the stubbornnessof him; their own garments and many of those For out of the gloom future Bright-\ '
4 To Him we waft our /grateful lay their resistance, the fury of their lie lays where he fell, just taking his I worn by their soldier boy loved ones, ness is born,
. River. For this fair land of Florida. charges, the irresistibleness of their rest and singing while they spun such As after the night comes the sunriseor .
of Way down upon-rriPSuwaru River' onslaughts the fertility of their resources Withh.hi unsullied"!" gray around memorable words as these: morn;
Far, far away- \Chorus. ) and their undaunted courage, ." I And the graves of the dead, with the
There's where my heart' is turning ever who worn with fatigue, hunger, thirst, "0, yes, I am a Southern girl, and grass overgrown, j
I There's' where the old folks stay. I At the conclusion of the song. i)". poorly clad, imperfectly armed ahd In a few days the reunion at Jatk-I glory in the name, )}fay yet form the footstool of Lib
,. A.* J. Holt, pastor of the Baptist yet when overwhelmed/ by vastly superior sonvilel will take place. Only a small And boast it with far greater pride erty's throne;
;"' All the,world is sad and dreary church, delivered the( addrs of the numbers still fought on, with remnant who survived the close of the than glittering wealth or fame. And each single wreck in the war
Everywhere I roam, ocf-tision i'l the following words. : their numbers constantly decreasing, war will be able to attend. It will Hurrah! Hurrah! For the Southern path of might, /
if), darkies how my heart grows Ladies of the United Daughters( of while their opponents were being con- be a pathetic sight to behold the few girl, Hurrah! Shall yet be a rock in the temple of
wary, the Confederacy, Comrades, Veterans stantly reinforced by fresh troops and who are left, who once wore the gray. Hurrah for the homespun dress that right." ,
Far from the old folks at home. and Sons of Veterans, and still }they.fought. with a desperationthat He who pronounces this eulogy was Southern ladies wear." ,
1 Friends: was vthe astonishment of the the youngest of his regiment; out of A question has been asked: Do
;y+ One little hut among the hushes We are met this Memorial day to world, until nine-tenths of all who had 100 men who once composed the immortal A word, too, for the old-time negro. southerners love' the flag? We will
i One that I love- honor the memory of the brave and been mustered into service had been Third Louisiana cavalry, not He has passed now. Many of you (orjrlve those who question it. But
___Still tQldlY.Jo my_memory ryshes!, valiant!., meii wha fought and.fell in defense killed'( of wounded or sapturedtvtthat; one is'. left thai know about. .At thedo'He haw ji.-v..r Keenhim, and will never it is our flag. We always 4oved-rlt--
V No matter where' I rove of their convictions on the south- unsurpassed statesman and patiot, of the war only twelve men were again have the opportunity. He was even when it was taken from us. We
ern sIde of the war between the General Robert E. Let, on the ninth left alive of his company. When we nope of your dude negroeg smoking love it still, and would die in its de
(Chorus) states. Half a century has passed day of April, 1S65, laid down his arms were disbanded- and told to go home, cigarettes and lounging around, ripe fence. We love those who fought for;
since men sealed their faith with ,their at Appomattox only 8,000 men laid that the wart\ was over, what did we for any crime. He was a stalwart, it; we never fought against it; we
} When will. I hear' the bees a humming blood and the memory of these immortal down their arms to 45000. The en- find? Were we met by processions of muscular, brawny, shiny black man, fought against those who bore it once.
', ? heroes! is fresh in the hearts of tire south had less than 650,000 men welcoming citizens with flying flags, every inch a man ; could throw a bull But we are brothers n 'w. We would
All 'round the comb ? I.their fellow countrymen. Many of in the field while the United States beating drums the crash of martial down by his horn. All through that not perpetuate one single unkind sen -
.1 When will I hear the banjo truming them sleep in unmarked /graves or in had 2,600,000 men during that san music, as we gaily marched between dark and bloody conflict, while his timent. We are one and undivided
-f Down in my good old home ? the ditches where they fell, and it is guinary struggle. The total numberof long lines of beautiful women and master was fighting the battle that and indivisable. We are Americansall.
I ''' impossible for us to place flowers on Confederate''l in the field at the bright children strewing flowers in meant liberty or bondage to him, not Bound together by ties of blood.
(Chorus) 1' their lowly resting places. So we time of the surrender "was less than our pathway? No; we straggled alongas once did he prove traitorous. The No one should doubt for one moment /
a wreathe their memory with the' love 150,000 scattered all over the coun- best we could, ragged, hungry, nameless crime against white women the loyalty of the old Confederate aol \
4 lAt! the conclusion of the song Rev. of our hearts, and pay to them the try, poorly armed and equipped and barefoot in many instances. What was then utterly unknown. With loyalty dier. Were his country to call for his :i'i
W. B. Witherspoon pastor of the tribute of our high appreciation provisioned. The total number of the did we find ? Our former homes in to "his folks," as he called the
Presbyterian church read the scrip- their unselfish patriotism. It yet re army of the United States at that time ashes; the enl.ire, land one vast field family of his master, and'nobly did he (Continued on page eight.) '

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' platform,.provided-that he,or she Is .... was teft because of tbV excssiv"
[IG10US'r J in sympathy with the objects of the: ... BANKOArOrkA weight.orwhether.It Was overlooked.
ut : league and is willing to work for those' STATE, ,Five muffled shots were heard< by:
measures;' which the majority vote for:, Between; Ourselves residents near the batik, but 110'on..
The league will use Gospel of! .r: it seems, realised that a regular wild] 1
r cCITIZENSWP!'' the Kingdom. 'published by the I west burglary was being nerpetrmtedin. F
Insdtute I
American of Social Service.
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. This) magazine will. be devoted this: .. . body was carefree and thought their.,..
year tQ a study of the measures' The best alp b whick\ to believe.-U thq ... over our' property' afe...and newer dreamed of,
adoptedby]I the league, and as the' door-it draws where be' of fresh. so'dastardly a crime being
;; : lessons tt publishes now have a circulation yon t you may sure; pure, perpe- v'
tw LEAGUE drugs asid medicisies aid prescriptioas I tk.y" DYNAMITED trated.* NO
; -of 10,000 besides reaching, put -'p as It is' to 1 be hoped that the officer
80,000 more ai published in the! should. -carefuIly-asid. exactly: -at'*' reasonable .price. ,. may yet be able to overtake the guilty
11" 4'*' "Hemiletfs Review, it will give the And yon will also'find bare polite treatment and the greatest i ones and bring them to s speedy jus.'
: league \large\ constituency II consideration tatiifactioa. Ws keep Soda ; tice.: "
w your a a
The dues of the $1 .
it: las Been ,Organized in year to, and the this magstfcine.will entftie each are member' per 'Fount that will pl/asantly. surprise J.... By, Yeggs land d $4,750 AUDUBON MEMBERS NOTICE!

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a Response to the efforts of the league It will be very much appreciated It.;
t?. Kissimmee Have already,come from all portions! Stolen I all the members of'the Audubon' society
of the land and from all churches, and ; recently organized her will kind {
It i t( 1; ,from some of no church I'I '1 ,- I Store' their dues'at the Palace Drug'' {s
i where will be '
In I The league, while adopting broad they receipted
NEW,CHURCH ORGANIZATION aims, has voted to concentrate.its immediate I I VAULT RUINED AND BUILDING' for, and greatly facilitate the work of Jf
efforts th ...pNWerfi of un- the treasurer. Pleas give this your t''
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THAT WILL WORK FOR YOUR I I SET ON FIRE SO FAR NO
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employment, so that it is already doing prompt
\e \ *SOCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL a large educational work. and get-, Palace Drug Store Inc. TRACE OF CRIMINALSHAS MR3..-SAM-RAGSDALE.. '
jv WELFARE.; ; ting down to immediate practical ef- ,. BEEN FOUND. Treasurer. ,

h i ; forts. SAM G. RAGSDALE; Pret. and M*?. LAYMEN'S MEETING. .
Those interested should send their .
Ie J;, The tional Religious, non-partisan Citizenship, non-sectari-League, names to the secretary W. D. P. Bliss, "THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE." Shortly after 1 o'clock Wednesday The laymen's meeting;;' will be held

,o' is the latest advance of the 80'Bible House, New York.-The Sur- Telephone No. 41. Free Delivery morning the Apopka State bank was next Sunday at the Pastime theater, ;r
's i urthes in social reform. It is a 'disk4Rnct vey. ___VT. broken open by a band robbers who beginning at 3 o'clockinthe\ after-
advance, too radical for some KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA. gained an entrance by, breaking the noon. This service will be led by Rev.A. .
+f 1< .f/jgburch people, but THICK, GLOSSY HAIR I glass.in the front door and reaching M. Chisholm of thlt Christian... r'tr
FREE FROM DANDRUFF
S e support of a surprising number in through the opening and releasing church. This announcement gives .* \
4 ople of various schools of ec I'sia'- the night _latch. surance of an interestingaddrasi and ... ,
cat and economic thought. Girls! Try it! Hair Gets Soft. Fluffyand there should be a large attendance of' I
\- This is what the league aims at: Beautiful-Get a 25- ent The tools secured used to try to gain entrance -"!men and boys.Let ''
',To get the religious people to stand Bottle of Danderine.If were from the section i '
1\ ., I,together,for definite measures- The tool house nearby, but failing to force . .
SPECIAL EMBROIDERY SALE the vault with the tools, they then resorted
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t [considerations .at the basis of thu you care for heavy hair that glisten to dynamite.W. .
II. [league are stated as follows: ? with beauty and is radiant with Us Repair
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4 G. Talton, cashier, who lives
\ 1. A large share of our modern life; has an incomparable softness and
d i cial problems cannot be worked out is fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine. three squares away from the looted
,'. bank, heard muffled shots in the direction Your Old
;en a personal, parochial, denomina- Just one application doubles the
s J\tional\ or other sectarian basis. We beauty of your hair besides it imme- of the bank, but his wife persuaded _
Tare being forced. to realize that we,are diately dissolves every particle of MONDAY him not to go; however' later '
. fWrdner; '. dandruff; You can not have nice, at GILBERT'S I he decided to go and investigate. Shoes
wf' "2. The forces which make fore heavy, healthy hair if you have MAY 4TH About 3 o'clock Mr. Talton, in company .
}righteousness in the community are dandruff. This destructive scurf robs with G. Harod, the city.manhal
mote; in number and far mi htler. ine the hair of its lustre, its strength and and deputy sheriff, proceeded to the They'll look so much like new shoes
*power than the forces for evil. Only its very life, and if not overcome it bank. When they reached it (they that you'll wear them on the most fan ,'
|the forces for righteousness must act, produces tt feverishness and itching of found everything had been thrown into ortant occasions. We're not ashamedof

,- I sand"3.must If act together. the scalp; the hair roots famish, All 10-cent Values go at _______________________________,, 8V c the turmoil explosions and confusion, and a by small-the fire force was of hare our repair workmanship and you'll I
we have bad laws en- loosen and die then the hair falls out no regrets either.
- forcement, corrupt legislation poor, it is fast. Surely ;get a 25-cent bottle of Nice:Line Swiss Edgings and Insertions to Match_____________ 8VgC burning, kindled perhaps from the explosion # <.
/' |;largely by the consent of the forces Knowltoh'S Danderine from any drug 16-inch I 15-cent Value______________________________-'___ lOc or started by the robbers to ;
f ,'for good through indifference, apathyor store and just try it. 27-inch 25-cent Value __________________________________15c conceal Immediately their dastardly work. The fire We're Expert ,,
was extinguished and
"lack 4. This of unity.united IS-inch. 40-cent Value* Swiss ___________________________33cl: Sheriff Frank Gordon of Orlando
effort must be CAPTAIN JOHNSON ENTERTAINS
(o to concrete legislative measures.applied 27-inch 50-cent Value Swiss__________-_________._______ 43c: and Sheriff T. H. Ingram of Kissim- Shoe Doctors .,
I :t Legislation can by no means do all, Captain .Johnson entertained the 42-inch 75-cent Value, !Emb.:: Voile________________________ 59e I mee were both immediately notifiedby l #
t- yet legislation is the chief way by teachers, the senior class of the Os- Deputy Sheriff Harod. Sheriff Gor Well ..nd.:.nci-a. -YOISI'-OIct-ahoe ,-
,- which the will of the whole-commun- ceola! high school and a- few friends don and Deputy' Ben Lawton went out fix 'em right, and return them reryquickly. :, I>As
I a ity can be expressed. The churches with a boat ride to Southport Satur- te Apol'n -immediately and moder-m ."OurT-Clainpl6nr TepSirlna; -"" ,,
_ of the land, through their federal day afternoon. Candy was made on Now is the time to lay in your season's supply. thorough search of the premises but works wonders with old shoes. Let r '
r council and other bodies, have united the boat and refreshments were serv- could get no trace further than that us show you-You'll be surprised to
upon important principles, but they left in an automobile headed in see how much good look, added com-
I s many ed. Those who enjoyed the afternoonwere ,
principles unapplied solve no prob- Misses Safford. Overstreet, Russell Time and place: .Gilbert's, May 4th. the.direction of Orlando. fort and longer wear you'll get for avery
I I t" lems. To develop such concerted ac- Bryan, Yowell, Futcjt, Woolridge, ./ None of the books, papers or records little money.i .
tion is the aim of the "'Religious Citi- Rawles Wilcox, Frances, Ledbetter, of the bank were destroyed and i -
zenship League." Smith, Short, Anderson, Stute, Bobbit, business was resumed as usual, and I. Have Your Shoes fitted with the
; The league proposes to practise: Lucky Witherspoon, Alys Johnson, Alice while an investigation showed that the New Patent Heimback Double Wear r
: what it preaches by having its officers Stute, Lillian Prentis Eleanor = DRY GOODS SHOES AND NOTIONS= rdtbers secured M.750 from the vault, Rubber.Heels .
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t and its program of measures Moseley Mrs. Ledbetetr, Mrs. Short, the depositors will not lose a cent, as
adopted each year by a referendumvote Mrs. Safford, Lucy Buckels and Pro- the bank carried burglary insurance Don't forget the place, Just back of
of the members of the league. fessor Evans.Sometimes. enough to cover more than the los,. Citizen's Bank on. Darlington avenue ;
This will make the league a vital 45 MAIN+ ST. P Ki In their hurry to get away the rob-
.thing and bring its platform each year a girl is an earthly saint bers left about $200 in silver and small it
up to date. It is not necessary that because her face scares poor old change which was set out on a table, A.A.WTZ E
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; ,;The .Kissimmee, Valley Gazette ; 'Chas.: ... F. 'Pre'vatt, ,Sr., One of Old .


?+ '. U'BL18H.ED'.JVERT! FIlinAT OPFICBJ IN VALLEY HAZKTTE fitJILDINC' Settlers Go To His Rewar'dofficial
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( .J. TR PLETT ? ;. ? ..7' ? .,. EditaSUBSCRIPTION chronicle:tho' death ''of Charles K. Pre, kindly.ft.ay s-.an,1.i courteous. onsldera!

,01 ._......::-- ---o..:.,;:.".. . _..- .. .-.............-; .-_ --. ?.......,: vat which occurred this city at mid. Lion won for him the love and esteemof I

RATES: On/'.copy one y -ar.v..___.___._ ______ __Jf1r. night/ Monday, April 27, 1914, aged devoted friends" where he was best I
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Olle copy, .lx month'. ,...________ ran Onw copy three month_... ._. ... ... : fifty-nine years.Cfhas known. ,
..._.. ( Prevail was born in Hamila 4. As further mark of respect we I
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Eon ('Otlnty, Florida, j>ul removed lo>, I recomtnen'd that this court now adI I
All communication*, '.''c.pt: from our nulhorlzc.i d corrcdnqiiO' mum bslaved 'e Bradford his
.I by the writer. county with parent.8while i it'rJyiind stand adjourned this morning I
t Rejected: matter will not b.- returned; unless called .,. I only a mere boy, where he grew during the hours of his funeral,J
__.__,___ __ __,,__ ._ ---00-- _'_ . ... .. _y_. into manhood. After he was grown I fiom 9 a.: m. to 12 m. "
. (Entered at flip Ponlofflci- KiHBlmmce. I Florida, iin HI "d-.ta"N 1 mnll.i I ihe located/ at, Apopka, where he lived (5:, F. KKIHBS, / "'
: ---.- - ... -" .. ., .' I two years, and then removed to K RI (;. P. (iARRETT, 'Si l}, I f r 1 1.rd
I simmee..., where he spent the remainderof LEWIS O'BKYAN, ,
FRIDAY MAY 1 un4 s+ .
hm lifeWhen (Committee rdYi
._ Osceola created
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i ( harles Prevail was the first tax col- Now April :J'Hh! 11U4: the foregoing
lei.toi' and uftei"r that was elected sher- resolution t having been presented to''
r OUR SPECIAL EDITION. iff and hfl( tlianjrffuc for thliteenveuis the court and adopted, it is orellredi, 'I rn w

e r .' During all of/ his life, both that the clerk of this court enter Ih.j I
private und public, he enjoyed) the entire I same o'n its minutes! and a copy) there'j j
.ontlwlI" of allwho lof be rent to the family of t . '
thousands knew him
The Valley Gazelle greets its ol reader this week carrying ;a I ,

i ,; message of good cheer from the schools of Osceola county and" showing lh
growth of the school system in Kissimmee and Osceola county from the crea- wjio knev., him loved him It ik said now adjoin/ and stand adjourned'dunng '(
} tion of the county down to the present. that!I hoVH" never known to use( hisc ; the hours. of the funeral this'illuming !
Calcite pistol ol ever draw it mane from !it n. in to t 1J: m I
The public school and the Valley have always. stood side by sid | upon any .
And it oKleied"
the thirteen is so
he served
in the upbuilding of society and how. at the close of the present school year, vvi 'during tlTl' sh"I.iff i of Osicnlt" yenta ruuntV, at >uhf /as i .JAS W.I'JoIKI-S.: : ;

t j I take pleasure in telling (the world of/ the many good things that we see ever) 111<' w.... a iJI1n unci! fourless off'r, and Judge/ of the,' ( 'hoot i ( 'ou"t" f
day that our girls and boys can have and enjoy, and thai will help them to b better and ,could be locute'el.
men women. .
Il i' In th" 1 s.K-4 he married
We have neither labor making this school edition ol r'f }year was to SIXTY
spared or expense in Miss S.uub;), Alice Mass and J'om that : CARLOADS
the Valley Gazette one that every student as well as.the parent or /friend ol' ': II union there\(-ie, six diIJ'en'\o"I1., \ till

,; every student will appreciate of whom me li.n'I'ht'y/ ale Mis, I y { .
When they see illustrated the various rooms and the (familiar faces will I.I ,I I. i Hud! M (Gulnes; \ ilk, '(;\,I'...I' evatt, Y
t .1r. W .1.I 1)) Pievatt., Ku'bv Ko4i I'M,
whom they have mingled during ihe entire year that ,is now just drawing lo i 1 wilt and dune .N'aniutte i',.( \lItl. He OF

'J close every student will find soqie particular point of personal interest to themselves ulso troves a widow and one sister, h

which will perhaps be treasured as a priceless heritage, and especial!)i Mis" ;Mullie ,lom"' of I lake Uutlei together '
with a .w ido curie of lends. to :
this of the class.
is t true graduating CATTLE '

In this year's graduating class in Kissimmee we have eight young people j i' mourn C hailes the I'revalt-loss" wtf an hon'.Il'cI and i FAT W. M. FERRELL '

; three and five ladies who have journeyed the roac
young men young same [ highly -pe4led member of the MaSonic C
i together. They have studied the same text-books, solved the same problems,, 1 lodge: the Knights: of I'yhtia, --- I Candidate for Tax Assessor of Osceola County
+ sat in the same class recited together before the same instructor, discussed (he i "the, Independent! Order of (Odd' 1'el- ,"bVH

l various lesson topics and exchanged opinions one with the other until they> lows Haptist and. churchThere also a. devout, member- of the Will Leave Kissimmee in

f: have naturally become very much attached one to the other. Bul now the i"

, i have come to the parting of the ways. From the front door of the High School' ceola county was perhaps who was no better man in known(Os- Next two Weeks +. <"':+:"';-+:"':+e+<-+ .e- -':"':"'> ..:...:.f-:+:+:+:+:.....+c'I++*+oOo++ l
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ti building next week will lead eight different highways leading out into the great[ and more universally. loved than was I' ;
i (hat tlea F. Prevail lie/ I _. ___ __ 4)
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business world and each member of the graduating class will lake a different I i was gen- ,t

c load. No longer will they journey side by side, but from this time forward ierous I |, and hospitable to all with OI'CEOJl'OI11' TY IS RKQAKDKII t .
whom he contact and had the
came in BY CATTLE MEN TO nlI'll j .
j their interest, their ambitions their associates and their lives will'be entir..lydifferent. : happy faculty of winning the conl). E '

The young men may pursue their education further in some buM ''deuce! and esteem, of everyone and his.. BEST CATTLE COrNTIMIN ( ;,

I ness College or university where they may further prepare themselves for the. |place in society in I hIt fraternal circles KLOKII, j
III I the church !MId ill the home will 1 , ,if
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battles of life either special. profession they out to grapple' -- ,
in some or may go !: never b filled j t -
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with the real things of life I from this day feeling lhahey( ( are thtmaaie:r ->< ,-I! The xcauurcc; :: : of Oneswels w>rnlty arcas
.t . .- note : 1 well mt thsvacant rhjurpulseless white \( numerous as Haves on A tree, in 1 i
of The situation.t clay lies. smouldennjr back
I fait if there is anything that can not I l'tee "
: The young ladies may also elect lo lake a special course of trail,irq' in I to dust. vet in fond memory he will "successfully /grown 01, iiused. here, )I :.. ,,
some of the great colleges or universities to better fit them for some special still. linger with those whom he luis 'j| we have not heard of It. but of alloui ,
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work in life or they may be content slop where they now are and risk settlingdown The fUfIl'rlll'I'e.... w<-ie f'o"dudi|i wonderful cattle the nsouues foiefiont of wealth we 1
place in
N with the domestic: duties of married life and not delve deeper into\ (the l at his late residence Wednesday| It was not until a few years ago I ,:.. '
endless depths of the future seeking knowledge. No mailer what course they I.d by hm pastor lr A. J. Holt/ Ij | that the advantages of Osieola) lountj f'
_' that each will different road. j of the Baptist church, after which the as a range for cattle were made ; : ,
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saying a '
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remains were laid to rest in the Shin i known f.. ,
..i and the Valley Gazette takes this oporlunity of its good will and : I to the world through/ the ('01- .;,: .
expressing leI!e (Creek cemetery, the Masonic order limns of th. Pulley Gazette; and now X
wishes for each one a successful journey Through the life that! lies out in the I eondurtiteg their ritualistic s.rvll..j, | there is not a cattle man of any mi- Vportame : f
Jl future of each of these young friends. i at the grave in the presence of a largogathering in the United States but who t}

Little do they today realize the truthfulness of these words but we dare II of sorrowing friends i who j has his eye on- the splendid. tango in 1 '
| had met to their last to .
pay respects the 2 .
central aim lower section of the
that should this of the Valley Gazette be preserved for ten
ray copy or twenty I this Rood citizen and friend county, and buyers from all the lead- Shoes
years and then picked up and read, these words will have a much more significant I Life's suffering and troubles with 1 ing markets come here for fat beeves y J .
I meaning to them than they will now. x. him have ended and while we mourn i During the past six months thou- 4

r To Professor Evans and his able corps of teachers we want to say, "Well the IONS, yet we realize that the.lo"s'' sands of head have been shipped from v:
is for to him it gain, l Iweause Kissimmee and there for
ours is ih not a weekthat I
done, good and faithful servants you have done well the task set before you we believe that he has passed froma passes but what several carloads i

and it must indeed be with a feeling of pride that you look this graduating class world of suffering and sorrow to one leave the stock pens for Chicago SI y

: in the face and realize that you have been! able to do that;: much for them and of peace and 'happiness, and when the Louis or Kansas City, but the largest i Commencementin
summons shall come to us to lay down shipment to be made in week
besides there are the hundreds of other students that have been profited as any one :r, .
the burdens of life and fold our hands will leave here between the 5th and :
:y i much perhaps as those who now go out from under your training and influence upon our breast in the last sleep we 12th, comprising in all sixty car loads. I
and to each of these you must give the same care, the same attention and soon shall awaken to find him in the New On the 5th, Rull Bass will ship 650 I' I" J I

they too, will be bidding you' a fond adieu to stem life's rough sea alone. Jerusalem shouting; praises to the head to Missouri. I i
;t i indeed hard but and useful aVid Lamb that was slain for the redemp- On May 8th, Bryan & Sulway will
Your task is, a one an important one, "may 1'1' pink and white satin :
tion of lost humanity and there'. we, ship .600 head to Wyoming: | 4'
you never, wes'ry inwell-doing. may clasp>> glad_ hands ,and.. Journey\ On May 12th, Rull Bass, Henry T. '" To,the,patrons and friend? of the ,schools the Valley Gazette bring this through the endless ages of eternity Bass and J.. R. Bronson" will ship 600. '

r}' wreck a.message from every, teacher which i i. teeming with earnestness and I, without the fang: of separation. head to West Virginia. t' white buck :
The life 0 a man lives on and On May 12th the Carson Cattle cornY: fnu .
t' love for'the children, and they.. in unmistakable words what the duty ,
portray his influence will be fell inr this community pany will ship 500 head to Mississippi. t .
'; dour parents arid citizens are toward the school and the children. for many years to come. In addition to these shipments Miller r .

t What we have said concerning the high school of Kissimmee equally true It is indeed a happy consolation to i Bros., owners of the famous. "101" t leather 1! :
wj the members of the family to know I ranch in Oklahoma, have.their buy- .. patent ,
: of the high .school of St. Cloud and the three bright young faces that go out
that his life was such that th-ey can ers here negotiating{ for a thousand f f
i from that school this year carrying their diplomas of graduation have gone look forward to the reunion over yon- head of steers, with every prospect t
/ through the same experiences and have performed the same difficult tasks der, where there will be no more that that number will change their 'i' and dull kid J
a* has the class from Kissimmee. and the Valley Gazette has the same kindly breaking:. of family ties, but where range from the prairies of Osceola T
there may be an unbroken family for- county to that j>f the wild and woolly 1
feeling for them'and wishes them the same successful journey through life ever. west *" .. '

that it does those of the school{ here. Tuesday morning: the circuit court, Throughout almost the entire land f '. ,

li t The instructors'there have'done well their part and come in for a full shares in session here adopted the following: I money is "tight," and the people aro f Buckles and Bows 'r r''
.t resolutions upon the death/ of Mr. Pre- waiting: for something to turn up to
of credit for it. They, too. come with a message and we trust that the par- + .
vatt: loosen the things of the
moneylenders ,.
. cots patrons and friends of these schools will fully realize the earnestness with 1 In the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial! but purse that condition does nt>t f' of all descriptions f

which these teachers are working to train the young minds and if properly''i Circuit, State of Florida in and for prevail in Kissimmee. While we are :r
encouraged and supported in the work begun the schools of Osceola county Osceola County not burdened with the presence of :r;
.r And April 28th, 1914!) the deathof \ ) ...
now millionaires
practically every man ,.
M will continue to hold first place in the ranks of the schools of the state. '
ex-Sheriff Charles F. Prevail havjnif
here has a few dollars laid ami 'I
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c "' .The messages The Valley Gazette brings this week come voluntarily/ from been announced-the! court appointed to the cattle industry more then to nil. :r.
the pens those who have had the training of our children for the past year O, F. Kribbs, G. P. (.arrett. else do we owe our prosperous condi" f / Dutton-HarJ.s-Co. ::+

P- and some of them have been in the service for a number o'f( years. Read what and Lewis", O'Bryan a committee toprepare lion. t :
suitable resolullonsIhereon There is better
fit have and then resolve that far is in will from no range to I.bo> :i
they to say so as your power you and report the some to the court, found on earth than on the prairies r
a F' this time forward joint with them in assisting to make real men and women The' committee reported the following in the lower part of this county, and 1-:; ,

of our children. I : the man who neglects to have a few ., a
liesolutionH of Respect and Condo-i longhorns taking of the f '
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__ No higher compliment can be bestowed upon one of our sex than to say lence.Whereas ; fee grass and free watvr{ that ,"',. t
that "he is a MAN." Many belong (fa the male sex who in the broad sense death has taken from, us the gifts of nature to the brute c'rt-a '.' f

r1 '' of the word are not men but just imitations, and when these teachers have Charles F. Prevatt, thrice sheriff of I tion, is standing in his own light 0,. 11" .
this county and an officer of this ceola county is the natural home of =t t
assisted our boys in their development, both mental social and physical to
court; therefore be it resolved: rattle, and those who advantage
are taking I tt
to be they have performed their task well and should.be encouraged. +
grow men. 1. That we'extend to his bereaved of that fact are making for ,',

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B. P. Mikesell and family left this M. Cosner, who lives on Mabbette their great loss and affliction. i !
week for their old home "at Idaville, street, states that he is having trouble 2. That in his death this communityand RUB-MY-TISM ,
I, Ind., where they ,will again take up trying to grow shade! trees in front of Osceola county have suffered the i i
their residence. Mr. Mike ell atated his place, not that the trees refuseto loss of a rood citizen\ a faithful friend Will cure your Jlheumuti8
before leaving that he had made many grow, but on account of some van and an efficient public servant in ev- Neuralgia/ Headaches, Crnmps,
warm friends in this county, whom her dais pulling them up and carrytng ery position in which he has been Colic Sprairis Bruises Cuts und :i-: 1I

.regretted to.I leave, but since the sale them away. He has a nursery of eucalyptus placed.That Barns, O\J ''ores Stings! e of Insect f '
' '- of the Bowen ranch all his interestsare trees in his garden and as we mourn him as a man of -
back In Indiana and his fast he the nI':) Ynt!>'''''lji ir Ann Jya.'. usc-U in L
require as transplants them along: many virtues, sDe, ling character, loyal I J
personal attention. curb they disappear during the night. and true in friendship, discharging his e-n"I1': i ," i si.'i i i n'ly Puce :JSc.! I 0 I e I 10 1.0 I 0 I 0 I O ... :

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9 Y L kISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE Bntteriek J patterns'at' at half prl oe.M' 'D. Tlndall'ef wa, f In" the Drt A. Ji Iloltof the Baptist;: church I' .

el...Qhony loil.) ,'. 15e patterns, 7Vfrc-.10c patterns, 5e city,, Tuesday: and* stated tbat'while of this city will preach the baccalaureate ; "
Pub tahed'Every On. sale at F.. H. Lawson's., ti rain was badly needed in,his section, sermon before the gradutainr class j Guaranteed la iJ ,
: Friday's l ; W. A., Drawdy of Whittier is spend still the 'groves were ,not suffering: to of the Apopka high' school In the Writing
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HAH HIS. .extent. Presbyterian: church in' Apopka next AJAX TIRES ..,
great
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,' . ... .. t. pleasant,caller: at the Valley Gaz&U Zra,Stewart elder C of the Shaker' Sunday"night, May, 3, at 8 o'clock.' I 'SQOO MILESOF .. '
office. A colony at Ash n, : spent. Monday: in The- many friends ot. 'Mrs. Guy ',' :
Jap.: -Noyes" arrived in the City Saturday the. city transacting business connect*': Gardner will' regret to l lean that she -- ,- "
W athenRepprt night. from Rochester, N. Y., ed with the new; road the ,county Is ; Ia seriously ill at her flat in the VaUey' THE' ,
and inJTutura' will) make Kissimmee. hU- Building' to. the east coast. Gazette' building but at this writingthe ,
., home. The Ladies" Circle of Shingle Creek attending physician states that I
will hold ran See cream social on the nothing serious will result unleir unforeseen 208 'PRIZE-WINNING.CHAUFFERS
Following' are the daily tem. Until are requested to amouncehat complications ensue.Rev. !. 1
lawn. at Mrs. -James Boyd'fl Friday
perattores and further notice all the hardware "
precipitation
as A' stores In Kissimmee will.dose at noon evening, May 8. AIL are cordially A: M. Chisholm will preach .
reported by: the. Government Thursday.Mr. sited Mrs. E. J: Vaill president Sunday' night at the Christian church 4I

station at Kissimmee lor the of the Oseeola on the subject, "The King that Knew in tie Mileage Ceatesl t recently conducted by lie makes of
and All high
Week Mrs. Wm. P. Turner, who graduates not Joseph.". A cordial welcome Is ,
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ending: April-80 1914. have asked 'to meet at the school .
been spending the past two school are extended to all. We will attend theunion'
months in Kissimmee, left Thursday house Tuesday afternoon at 4 oU-'loek: AJAX TIRES
?Max. : commencement services at the
< Min. RainjFriday I : r
for New York. for the purpose of perfecting the or-
Auditorium the 11 o'clock hour. .
._._.. 85 57 ___ : W. .Crawford is the latest addi ganization of an alumni association.Rev. at s; di
Fling and wife and daugh:
'Saturday -- -___ -95 60 ,tion to the list of auto owners in Kis-.. S. W. Lowler, a prominent Joseph ; .
-' ter MIss Lilly J. Fling, who have Winners mile ,
Prize
Capital
averaged.
3O. 10,330
Sunday ____ _. 80 <62 *."._ i, simmee, he having purchased a Hudson Methodist minister of Kissimmee.' is spent the season at their winter home ;
Monday ,_. . 91 64 "6" this week. in the city attending the South Florida in-this city will leave tonight for Germantown I 178, Minor Prize Winner' averaged 6,33O. miles

;'Tuesday . 91 65 "." Regular meeting of the American; Methodist conference. He is a I Pa.-to spendthe 1ummer.j .. --t tH
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Wednesday; _.-, Woman's League will be held next guest at the DeSoto.-Tampa Tribune.j Mr. Fling statedbefore leaving that THAT IS WHY WE SELL THEM !
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f Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock at Don't; forget there will be a hot time j they would certainly return .next fall.
Thursday h _ 91 ,,55 .. I the Chapter House. at the Narcoossee picnic tomorrow. t.
t All candidates have been invited to William J. Fling of Germantown, that ,)' \' been i
M. Katz returned frem Baltimore I about
i Friday Pa', has been spending a few days in G 23 CARBON REMOY' reading comes intwoquart .r,
speak' and it is understood many will i ,
and
New York, which cities he ,
with .
be present to shake the voters' hands.W. I Kissimmee and is much gratified cans and can [:
I visited to purchase his summer stockof the continued growth of the city. Mr. be bought in.Osceola County only from us. Anybody can use it,
111111 dry goods! and clothing. W. Bonrvey, the real estate man down his .
L Fling came to accompany I and when used every-four or tiVe hundred miles. is positively i ,
| 1). 1 L. Rice, president of the Seminole of Orange Center, passed through .the. father, mother and sister! back to Germantnwn guaranteed to keep your engine free from carbon.
THE LOCAL FIELD.W. Land and Investment company, city Monday en route to Palatka to / where they. will spend the" That is why we sell it at $2.50 per can. I > w
I with headquarters at St. Cloud, was a attend the annual meeting of the summer. I *

visitor' to the city Tuesday. j growers' association held. in that city C. R. Newberry, who has been operating *
i a summer outing in Green Springs, this week. the linotype machine in the Oseeola Auto
Fla. Mrs. H. C. Lightsey and little Paul H. Marks, who has so St. Cloud Tribune office for the past Company ,
:W. H. Brokaw, with Griffing Broths 1| Mildred will join them as soon as the bly filled a position in the two months, arrived in the city Monday '
,;the tree people. 40-tf ; former is sufficiently! recovered. clerk's office for the past nine a'epta'i and acted as substitute a couple of ,/. F. O'BEk/tY. Proprietor L. d. BOURNE, Manager f ..

I The county commissioners will meet I C. B. Turner of the Turner Mar- has accepted a place in the day for C. Foley, operator in this -- --- ."""- >.'."I.
,': la regular monthly session Monday ble and Granite company, Tampa, was City Attorney O'Bryan and began office. Mr. Newberry left Wednesdayfor -- ;'k
the guest of J. K. Hillinrd and familyof services this week, I Jacksonville. '
If The school board will hold its Milliard's island, I is -- -- -- '
Sunday. home
regu over I J. C. Dowding, whose at
lar I Joseph Ward and Mrs. Kate Math-
a monthly meeting Tuesday. II. :M. Breaker went to Tampa on eraly were united in marriage Monday Cherokee, Iowa, and who has spent the Rev. and Mm. J. J. Farmer reached George A. Dean and wife left Saturday '
t 'G. E. Lathrop will leave Saturday :Monday and purchased a twenty-five 1 night at 10 o'clock at the residence. of winter very pleasantly; here, left with the city Tuesday from Hampton, Ga-,j' for their home in Nashville ;
for Lansing, Mich.., after spending the horsepower Maxwell car, which he the bride on 1 Darlington avenue. The his wife Tuesday for their northern and will make Kissimmee their hornet Mich. after winter
i winter very pleasantly in this city. ; drove to this city on Tuesday.J. I ceremony was performed by Notary home, but told a representative of the in future, having been induced to spendingthe very -
I Geo. }<'. Parker spent several days H. Prevatt of Fort Myers came up Public H. W. Barnett. Valley Gazette that he had bought come here by their son, Carson' Far pleaanatly here. They stated that they 4 ry
I!in Jacksonville this week on legal bus- Wednesday to attend the funeral of 1 three lots and built a home here, and, mer, who has made a success of the had spent several winters in California i
|iness. his uncle, C. F. Prevatt, and while Monday being Decoration Day, of course, he is coming back in the insurance business. Rev. Farmer is a and two or three winters here; ,,
which is a holiday in Florida, the for all to return. that they had bought a home her. and qq
.. Mrs. J. M. Cochrane left Wednes- here paid this office! a pleasant call.I fall. We are looking retired Baptist minister, having beenforced
banks were closed, but that fact did to the account expect to return next: fall for another t+
pay for a two weeks' visit with friends, I I \ :: I- K; Allen, traveling representative not in anywise disturb our people, as Albert Hatfield of Belleplaine, Kan., of illhealth.J. quit. pulpit on winter. No place is equal to Florida I(. )
f I on the west coast. of The State, published at everyone here has a bunch of money in CIne of the extensive poultry dealers of for a delightful winter, and the -sameis ..
r Zeke Pherigo returned to the city I I Jacksonville, i isin the city in the interest their pockets at all times. % i ii the Sunflower state, has' been here for R. Clay, who has had charge of true of the summers. .
this week after a year's absence spent of that excellent publication. I some time looking for a location, and Mach. Bros. Garage since it started
who lecture
Miss Stevens to
;' on the east coast.H. Charles and William Monsdoca, who i here this week ,under the was auspices of he stated a few days ago that he was last October, left Thursday for his A representative / of the Gazette
about to locate here permanently and home in Lake View, Mich., where he had the this week of ,
pleasure visiting
D. Geiger returned Monday from I have charge of the big nursery at the W. C. T. U., has been detained by "
Jacksonville, where he went last week NarcooRhee, were in the city _Wednesday j| work in other fields, and will not beI engage in fruit-growing and poultry has gone to close out his business'in- Thursman City in company with its
to attend to legal matters. and registered at the Manhattan.W. I in Kissimmee until June, the exact I business. We would gladly welcome I lerests and will then return again to promoter, Harry W. Thurman, who ,
-"Buster Rrown" Hose for W O'Hara, commissioner 0the date to be announced later.r the industry and lend any assistance thiscity.. He- like this city verymuckand.w kindly) pointed out the lay of the pro- . _..-I a
'''i men, wom- possible to him. ? -. ,. -..aUu'A-Juat.-aa,oon an posed-tewn-eml--the-adjoin fire-
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: -,esandrhiidrenT.. H. LlIw! : and Misses Estelle and Helen can dispose acre no more
Monday and Tuesday in the city
Mrs. J. K. Milliard,. and her mother paid a most pleasant visit to this of- commissioner in the Third district, who have been spending their third View, Mich. f'll townsite in all Florida than this, ..-
Mrs. E. F. Masters son and daughter i was in the city Tuesday en route toJHRonvilf'1 Winter in Kissimmee, left Wednesday I W. G. Hankins is one of those who lying, as it does, on a bluff .twelve
are to leave Friday, May J 1. for fice.Mrs. to attend to business mat morning for their horse in China, Me. are filled with civic pride and never feet above high water and adjacentto
i 1- II. C. connected with his immense
the turpentine
Lijthtsey: is now in ters the lake and .
and \ hanvmock >
They are charmed with our city permits labor or money to stand in h sway a magnificent ; \ -
Rev. S. W. Lawler left Tuesday for Gordon; Keller Memorial hospital in still at Ashton.
hope to return another season. Miss ) when the neatness of his premises of-large oaks stretching along.% _
Tampa to spend a few days and will Tampa from effects! of an operation.We S. B. Aultman and Kent Pendleton, Estelle has been serving for two win-j or the beauty of his flower gar- the- lakenhore the: south; -S V "aJ ,- .
-visit Sutherland college before return- 'I are glad to state. she is doing two of Kissimmee's most prominent ters as librarian most acceptably and den is in question. Wednesday he' tracts are! now being cleared on which ,
>jug.J.g.J.. nicely. j citizens, who motored to Orlando with her worth there is much appreciated.B. presented the Valley Gazette with a groves will be planted. and other *vl- '
M. Carson and wife of Jacksonville \V. II. Brokaw of Orlando in Senator Fletcher last evening, went to.
was M. Deadrick of Carlinville, 111., bouquet of roses that are pretty and devices of activity are apparent Mr.
\, spent the weekend here with' this city Saturdny mingling with his I Winter Garden this morning on their has been visiting in our city for some delicate enough to excite the envy and Thurman haa a farm of several 1 acres* ,
theft' parent, Mr. and Airs.. ('. A. Car. many friends and acquaintances here I return home.-Reporter-Star. time and looking over the' surrounding admiration of any Daughter of Eve. In cultivation, and we' found potatoes, II
son.C. and talking Griffin; Bros. nursery |' Julian Montsdoca of Whittier was h country with a view of establishing Mr. Hanjkfns. stated they were cut beets, onfoits, cucumbers, celery, cabbage ( '
Wayne Ward and family aftera stock.A. |, visitor to the city this week and stated "a chicken ranch. He is an extensive ,from bushes that were planted as and other succulent vegetables y" f
pleasant winter here, left today for B. Jarrell has accepted a posi- that the people in his section were poultry raiser in the north and small slips less than six weeks ago. glowing splendidly on his clearing of '
their home in New York city. Mr. tion with the Georgia Pharmacal company ,I awaiting the arrival of candidates to believes he could do well here with There is no doubt but what Mr. Han- rich hammock land. y
Ward will retrun here in October, of Atlanta, and will travel I tell how well they thought they could chickens, and thinks of trying. We kins will be in the running for the
whew it is.possible he wilj engage in through the states of Georgia, Floridaand manage the jobs to be given out at the hope he will, and have no doubt of his j prizes the bpard of trade will give for 4
.. business and remain permanently. I Alabama. June primary. success. the best kept yards. -i' Subscribe for the Valley Gazette. 1.11

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,PhysIeUwrmnd. : ,. Th' KISSIMMEE HONORS ing and Jn it.wera Mrs..J. i)..Wood-!\ i
l .b Surgeon, .. e' ; beck, tin.. D. Henington, MaatqrFrankyJferrington Atieni F
} Phones I \ I and bliss Louise.,. esh.MiI k
: SLEEPING HEROES Thomason; the next car contained 'J:
'Office, 197Bes. Kiullpln e, II
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/"" D Clark- and Mrs Geraldine Plant Grot
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Norton Mrs and Mrs. ' .
OF CAUSE"Contlnued upter I Delivered at YOUR Door .:.J
LaVerne Windhurstcar'No'--: was
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,.. . t: lt.J: -.W;- SIMPSON occupied by.J. F, O'Berry, Mt..Curzon.1Tony . EVERY DAY; : I pay, $1, s tho'
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"x i: verag'o Rogero and' the Misses Rose Hall and Po
for Nancy
DENTIST.: .t. ( from page fur:) O'Berry Ethel Wilder. Marie Huddlebton lOc.a .
and Ruby Ellis while the last
: Quit Rico tweet potato planliuPM ,-
IL Upstairs In Kate Buildings: services today in our strife to uphold car was driven by Don Slaver and con. f .
lI. ... '* to m. the honor of the flair, every old: sol tained Mrs. J. It. Clay toll. H. R. Dale ,
mcKWooHs o : f 1.4,0, to 15:30p. m. dier able to bear arms would be gladto and Miss Bertha Bryant. Phone 225-W SHANIBARGER]

>, Telephone No. 78 Jun 5. Ivr offerhia services. Who.rushed for- After the party reached St. Cloud ,
City ManBacKSUp ward in our war with Spain-to; offer they drove direct to the lake where '.

: i :, DR W. W.,CARSON hill sword and services to the United they indulged in the delightful surf L D. HARRELI.IIIIllIlIIIIluIlIIpIIIII. :. PINE CASTLE FLORIDA'
States with more promptness\ and ardor bathing found there: and then at supper ,
4" ., DENTIST that General Joe Wheeler; and time they spread their lunches beneath :
did not the south vie with the northin the overhanging trees and enjoyed I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I III,' 1,

I Office over Cole's Jewelry Store offering recruits for that brief but the repast to the fullest. Committees - I'1"
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.r Office ]Hours'! 8-12, 1-5 glorious struggle; ; did not our sons had so arranged the supper '
Office pho'ne-JB8 mingle their blood with that of the that each person brought the thing ,, .
V sons of northern soldiers at mart needed to fit with the things
Santiagoand
t Residence 23 San Juan H 1L Then whether it the others brought, and so a full ,supper Cow Peas! Cow Peas! Cow PeasjClays !
IY. Gas administered for traction of teeth
were Wheeler, or Shafer, or Schlrfy of delicious viands was had. After ,

d. or Sampson or Fitz.Hugh Lee, orI spending a number of hours in __ ___1__________________ ____$3.00 per bushel;< :
GEIGER
\ -X) U.ruvsiriAN S. AND ethanolCitizens When it comes to buying a piece of all I iobson and or me Dewey all honor, they them.are Americans Are we the outing free the enjoyment Peter Panners of the drove magnificent about Irons _--________--_____________-- 3.25 per bushel '' t

'I Bank Building property that has been sadly neglect: I not al Iprouii of our president, that the town, seeing its sights, and at an Unknowns _______--____________--_ 3.25 per bushel ,' ;

+ Kissimmee, Florida ed. To personal knowledge there while he was' loath to take a stand early hour departed for Kissimmee. Whippoorwill ________________n____ 3.00 perbushel I.

Phones: Office 297 or 64 my I that would cost Human; life; yet when Each one reports a most excellent Mixed Peas ___?__________--________ 2.85 per bushel "k
are numerous valuable propertiesclose the honor of America demanded it, 'time and are profuse in thanking> Mrs. bushel '
Velvet Beans ___.:.____ 3.00 per J
l Residence 266. 14-ly did not hesitate to demand of the I P- B. Aultman, the promoter, and the n------n--- ;
l to Kitiimme which the owners, trea'herou.Mexican.. that he respectOld I I Christian church, for whom the play We pay freight on all orders for one bushel or more at above prices.j

, '"p M. RIVERS, M. D.i' for various reasons would like to sell, that l Memand;lory. and is he not backing, up ., excursion.was given, for this most enjoyable : i IF WANTED IN 'LARGE quantities we will promptly mail samples
by vigorous; measures" ,
that have not been favorably considered
and! ic he backed -- -- ; j and quotations.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON not therein by southern I "
simply because they had been to "na tfrand all as well. GIRT t4\
Osceola Pharmacy world YOUNG HASNARROW KILGORE SEED COMPANY
Omoe over Wo ask that the shall not ;
y f lies ide nee 53 much neglected that the prospective forget the valor of our southern sol i : 1 7-4t Plant City Florida. t

PHONES. : { Otllce U"* buyer has become discomfited upon rJit''VI' are apposed today to stand ESCAPE:

heride: the graves;I of our heroic dead,
considering; the amount of work entailed
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and we will' seta< t as R Kefittinir: tribute -

-w- L. WINN ; in making the place present 1"i then emory the word of .u JUMPS FROM) TRESTLE TO 'PREVENT l
h famous southern poet, whose immortal
PHYSICIAN able. semi+m..nt" adorn iron tablets HI all BEING RUN OVER

our national ccmet-ne, Let Theodore BY TRAIN.
Office 2nd Floor Wlllson Building. O'Hara/ sing to 1,1''". BASS & BASS i
.._HDSNO. PHONE ,',' IClHSlMMEB.FUORIttA.
I Orr..,. ProNa sr? Little Emma Benton daughter of ,
1 of the fact that
am aware very "The muffled drum's sad roll hail beat
James Benton, who lives near Broad- .
( r. A. VAKS AOW.W w. a, CaawraaD many properties have been: allowedto No The soldier's life's last tattoo: way and Main street, leaped from the MEAT
more on parade shall.meet
trestle the second lagoon of MARKETiJ'
& CRAWFORDATICRNEYS fall into a condition of disreputefor That brave and fallen few; spanning
VANS-AGNEW Lake Tonopekaliga Monday afternoonin
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On Fame's eternal
other than that the camping grounds
no reason own- order to escape a fast approachingwork

AT-LAW ers live far away, have been sick and And Their Glory silent guard; tents with are spread.solemn round her.traiji In which falling was, the bearing little down girl Florida and Western MeatS{ '({

Cltlitnt: Rent UulldUzKlBsimmee The !bivouak upon
011I.K" .rf unable to keep up with the requirements of the dead. fractured her ankle in a severe man-

Florida or are somewhat disinterested Thus 'n ath their parent tuff they ner. She in company with three or of all Kinds =at all Times I
four companions was walking across
Vi D. GEIGER. because of their interests in other rest this! trestle at an hour when regular
Far from the
H.
1 gory field. trains not scheduled. It happened -
are .
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lines of endeavor ALSO
Bourne to a Spartan mother'-, breastOn --- ft\'r
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW however that a work train was
,; many a bloody shield
I ; being sent from Kissimmee to St.

1 'S Office State Bank, Building;_ -..---- --- ----- The Smiles sunshine sadly of on their them native here.: sky Cloud at this! time and before'the lit-' Fresh Poultry and Eggs
-- -- FfondaQ.EO. tle ones knew it the train was closeon
Kissimmee.
Newcomers to Florida, and the rushis And The kindred hero' eye. and hearts, watch by them and in order to save them- Fresh Home Cured Meats
sepulcherNor !>
selves they thought they must jumpto
1 F. PAR ER.Attorney just commencing, are going to locate the ground: This they did, but the
shall Pure Home Made Lard
your glory be forgot
where there is the greatest indication others escaped with but a few
at-taw. While Fame her records keeps, scratches, while Emma received the
Collections and 'Conveyancing of thrift and a delight in.. Or Honor points the hallowed spot fracture of the lower limb. Dr. Rivers -
I Where Valor proudly sleeps( Telephone 44 117 Broadway
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making surroundings agreeable.Moss was called as hastily as possible
Specialties. Nor
: wreck, nor change, winter'sblight
nor and reduced the fracture, and the\ pa

112V4 Broadway.___ tient is resting as well as can be ex
Nor time's,
remorseless::' doom
pected.
F. KRIBBS Can dim one ray of holy( light I -
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G grown trees ,and trees badly That gild your glorious; tomb." The vine can go some when it comes ', ,

ATTORNEY AT LAW KIS IMMEE, FLA. "to clinging but it has to take second
in need of pruning are a constant eye The immortal
of F. M. Finch
poem
the skirt stick toa
place to a can
way
'Examination of Tit ea a Specialy. wa inspired by his reading of how
ft
sore. The more is the pity that there cornfcd shape.
*!' Notification and payment of taxes of the> southern women of Columbus! Fruit
non-residents given careful should be such conditions when every Miss., strewed floweri alike over the Early

attention. newcomer observes that the trees graves of the Blue and the Gray. Onlyone OTICK: ; TO t'KKDITOItS. I
verse of thIs matchless is
poem I\ ('(It 11T OK T"K (OI1NTV JUUOH
want to bear fruit in spite of their here
repeated and that I
to remind
UH
Pat Joaneton G. P. Garrett I MI-ATM OK Kl.OUIDA.
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The observation of that era of i love and respect for 18 re Kstatr of I. IL Ilormrr. Osceola
hindrances.
OHNSTON & GARRETT many same each other thathould everywhereprwwl. I ( nnmtr.To Good Returns
J all Creditors Legatees Distributee
Atterneys at .Law applies to'fields that want to be' 1 .
t and nil Persons having Claims or Demands I

;% a "t Offices ,10, 11 &: 12' cultivated, but are not. I against bald Estate: ,
"No more shall the You. and each of you are"hereby notified I
Citizens Bank Bldg. war cry sever, and required to
} Or the widening; rivers be red, and : :demands which present you,anyclalme or .Apply,n IDEAL brand EARLY and supply the demand for ear y fruit
Kiasimmee, Florida Our anger is banished forever, either of you, may have against the
When are laureled the of the estate of I. K. Homer, deceased, late of
u' graves Osceola county, Florida, to the under
PlOT N WABLOWJudr 'dead IDEAL FERTILIZERS rnducemil with thin peeL little delightful
., LOOTS o. MAsmir T. Remember that the. preconceivedidea ; signed administrator of said estate rag
., Late eoa..llor Comm. CrimWl of Court the Under the sod and the dew; within! one year from the date hereof Tor, and good imppuig qualities '
: ) R. it.
..' florid. of every northerner Ja that orange Waiting the judgment day Dated February.J7th,'... D. 1914. .
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& WARLOy H. M. BREAKER *
/ :JMASS&Y : ', Love and tears for the Blue
groves'a're always beautiful, and Tears and love for the Gray.; VOTIfK' OK KXRCIJTOII FOIL FI'\'U.I' Send for our Free Citrus Book:entitled "Effecti. of Sunnier Fertilizing"It
( ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOS; that farmlands are satis y ng.to the UI"( u\IKic. !

Prmetioe In all the AT CourU LAwtr !of the' Bute and of heart's desire audiencr At the (all'ondu"lo"the joined! in. the address singing the of In ('...... of Ihr (ounO JudicrDMat; of ' gives descriptions of formulas to be used and suggestions for
also before the Florida Railroad Florida.
the United State
CommUelon. and the Interstate CommerceCommlMlon. "America," after which the benediction In re KntAt- of Charl.-f< lOdvtuid Krnnklln applying.
tj A : was pronounced by Rev. S. W. / ONceoln. County
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Notlc* IH hi-rehv nlwn t.i all whomIt C
11-14 CHARUUITOM BI-DO ORLANDO. FL.A.in La wl(>I'. pa.-tor of the First Methodist may concern I that on the, 2d ,iln> or I

r l11r .l.am! in the business of building up church. November.; A U 19H. wo' shall 51,1,13 l :In'i' Wilson & Toomer FertilizerCo.
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Theotaffc wan artistically decorated the Honorable T M.I Murpht, JUIK f
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\.\ JOHNSON runllown'properH s; of converting with a large United! States Hnld"rourt. MB judge nf probate, foi11 1
ANDRE. flag ; '
final die< lutrKe UH ext-futotH I of tli4 < state -
/ virgin lands into remunerative condi- which was suspended from the ceiling of Charles l-Mw"r t ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT L w direct!} over the front while at the renncrl find Ihnt Hi l th. Hume time w e I
tions, and of telling hundreds of my will preKent'" out Ilqul"ee.' otintH' HMK I
y, Will Practice in all Courts footlights were arranged! a row of ecutorH of Haiti et tnte, will,, ask fin' tlieliapproval I Local Agents: Waters & Carson Grocery Co.
State and Federal Canadian friends where there are such small Confederate ,ibanners. ,
', Office adjoining BroadwayCitlzel'1s The occasion waj- indeed an enjoyable J>ated Milt ,..1. .\ l 1) 19H '"
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$, J Bank Kismmrneenm. "' habitations. one and shall\ linger longm the II M M ItltKAKl'.K.KM.A KUANKI.1NMxeellt! ;

memories of all preaent. There were 01' s
in the large; 'audience quite number ; .IO:< > I-' II'.VUKKIt.: I 1
!; If.. JENKINS of those who wore the blue as wellas Allot IIt '

pia SURVEYOR Let me give you an estimate of the mingling those; ; of whore the blue the and gray gray; in and memorial the- >O'rI'I"yon nlu '

cost of converting--your-property-into l -<;omUhenioriM.itm the.'fa Men--he- -- ---- -- $

Fraternity Hall Kissfmmee, F1DIt something presentable. I won't charge roes of the Confederacy is proof of itself Board Sealed of bids County will Commissioners he received by of Os-the 345Jacksonville

that today there i.no north and cpola county up to the 4th day or May,
.d. J. HICKS yqu fpr.an inspectipn or:. for plans for no south but one united nation, unbroken 1914. alt follows: On. gasoline or oil
and tractor AiiRine of about thirty (SO) _
inseparable and all
ready
Nlit Physician improvement. I have the' equipmentand horsepower, or fifteen (16) tractive
and Surgeon to give their I lives to uphold the glorious horsepower" provided withdraw bar attachment
the staff of expert help necessaryto flag of our nation that no poweron s6 arranged that road ma-
0 Phones chine be drawn on the side of
Office earth - under
mer trample
complete anything I undertake by road while tractor engine moves along
41-Res. 40
State Bank Bid. Office foot. fKISIMMEE
4, [; the center of road
the time the contract calls\ for It to be - -- Bids to cover engine and drawbar and
.OO'OOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOO.Dann attachment delivered set up and demonstrated Return1
done.I at or near Klnntmmoe. ]<'101'-
PEOPLE: ida. K. U LESLEY) Chairman.
& Dann Attest J. IOVERSTIIEBT..


h f A Grocery Company am reconstructing five different PICNIC AT ST. CLOUD ii.Krl DISTIIICT Clerk.CII\NG1iI.12-2t! ACCOUNT U. C. V. REUNION '


''f, t-101 Broadway properties at the present time and, can LOCAL MEMBERS OK "PETER, Office 0..0..0110County.Board of County, Florida Commissioner Monday.

** - - look after five times that many. PAN" COMPANY ENJOY A April. nth. 1914 VIA --
A r,gi'Ur meeting of the board of
? "' Operate the Cleanest Store .\'''8 OUTINCi.:' runty nirnmsloiiers: was. held In their t
a
'.. office in the court hou.e at 10 o'clock
i soil Sells the Freshest Groceries >- a. m, on the above date. Present:
Chairman Jo;. L. Lesley, and Commissioners Atlantic Coast LineTickets
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; t E fof'.Any House in Kissimmee. It doesn't matter whether yours is Perhaps the largest" auto picnic par- R. V. Lanier A. K. Bas., U. R
r 1 ty ever going from Kissimmee was the liass and W. F. Walker.

../, '. .. "0.eo to : 0..U eo It . big or little, pine or hammock, grove one which left Tuesday afternoon for Upon O R.motion Bass, duly of County seconded Commissioner by Commissioner - .
St Cloud. Those composing the party A. F. Bass, the following
1\-:k .Y, or field good or bad, I can make it ;
were the members of the -local talent resolution was unanimously adopted
't' V $otlit. ACID STOMACHS better than it is and the cost will be play of "Peter Pan" in commissioners being present vote
recently given
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,, : ; '** GASES OR INDIGESTION Inn and consenting:. on Sale May 3d to 7th, inclusive. Limit May 15th. Ex- ..
1' a f : compared. wihwhat the the Cain ;Cheater, together with a Be It resolved that one election district .'
1' yEiith,"PaP*'" Dia peptin" Digests 8,000 nothing ; few who, for various reasons, could be created out of the existing; tension of limit to June 4th by deposit.
,:s. t, will be worth after I have not be in the but who had intended election district number three said new ... '.i '
; All Stomach property play "
,.." ;:J.: Gralnsi Food Ending district to be numbered ten; and be It Proportionately Low Rates from other points. .

'.f I iJ: '1 s'r''F ft.'t''+f/l""tTiiSe-lit,. ItIIn! In Hv Fir.* minut Minutes., all atoms put it into shape." --7".__; ?' . 'V\ crowd so; assembled to do. Promptly in front at of 3:15 the: Pas-the be further Resolved created out That of one the existing election dlitrlot district STOPOVERS) ALLOWED. \ { ;!

> t't.eh distress will coNo indigestion time theater, where eight throbbing number six said new district to be .
"; C' "jieartbufn, sourness or belching oJ;. automobiles were awaiting them. The numbered nine; and be It further LOW SIDE TRIP RATES from JACKSONVILLE.I i I
,... 'K ; eructations undigested cars were quickly loaded and the par- Resolved. That the election districts
:.V. gas, acid or .O made as aforesaid be. and the same For Rates and Information
call
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off. Car No. 1 driven any Agent
.' food 'n* dicsiness, bloating. foul ty was was by are, described .aa follows: -_ or
breath headache. Better ask_ me about it now. Jast S. B. Aultman. and contained Mrs. Election district number ten. to embrace

t.r '. ;Pa p.*or. 'Diapep.ain I. noted for l Itsregulating write toAlf.- Aultman, Misses' Elma Carson, Fling of rang.allot twentysevun township twenty-five.....t.Ele.tlQIt south, W. C.. GILBERT, Ticket Agent, I tpssimmee, Fla.Y. .
and Alma Griffin 2 driven
", upset stomachs. ; car IS'oj was .
ipecd'in district number nine; to em
"' .It I. the surest-quickest stomach rem- by Hub Fleming and contained brace all of township twenty-one. south R. BEAZLEY, J. G. KIRKLAND,

''A In ,the whole world and besides it Law Mrs. H. C. Stanford, Mrs. S. H. B.l- of range thirty-four east. Traveling Passenger: Agent, Division Passenger AgenX.:
And be It further, resolved that the
W.: l lock, Mrs. W. J. Sears, and Mrs. R. W.
> en .to stomach Tampa '
'\,'I. harmt..t fute 1( / foregoing resolutions be recorded latthe .
gib i, toreTOI'i Dir" a. lam Meikeljon; in car 'No.. 8 were W.( B. ).inlnat%. of the Board.-- f Cea.Commtmiouen r
;: trouble 'repllln Crawford and wife,Mrs. Wheatoa and and that the. same ," a s4 r ;.\
\0 ,' :My-eent':as pa : published In The Kissimmee Valley
,, Farms the Misses Belle Bearden
," Modern Model Marjorie ,
'; "t etom' a t drag'stOre. -TOIl Resins In The })Developer asette, a newspaper published In. Oil. J
I\o.\tHte'minnfes howneedl.lt r"ufflsutest. .. Myrtle Bobbitt And Maude Thomason; neon county_ each week-for four,;
._t. ? ': the next 'car'was piloted by .Mr, El- successive ...ka., '
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,'1t. .r trom jndlCf1ation.-dllpep.1 Ol'.n) Box 145, (ILottarul contained l(8eaL ___ --E.l.. lK8L.K' -
. atntftadL41a< Mrs E. E. Well. l-4t Viii.Gazeu 1:5C0a
.0 stomach $
; gte.pTi.rmrilen
and 11114.l'rk. ;
i) Kittfntmee'j 'Fla. ',,) Makinson. and Emma Futch; car: April fth,' + iIr

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HOUSE BILLS AJg ECIALTY; : IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIII.I jC. .' Timber" -' :

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BULLEJTIN) DEPARTMENT -. \iI i- ,
AGRICULTURE
OF DE.
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EARLY PASTURAGE. L
[ .':!. CARSON, President N. C. BRYAN. Secretary ": ., .

Washing' ,-D. C., April 26.-A Have Them for Sale in Any Size Body
number of ways in which the early appearance ,
he Waters & Carson of crimson clover in 'the '
spring can be turned to the farmer's From Ten Acres .to One Hundred' i

advantage are pointed out in a new .'
: publication of the United States Department Thousand Acres. ....' E
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GroceryCompany of Agriculture, Farmers' k
Bulletin 679, "Crimson Clover Utili-
zation." In the Southern and Cen- A Letter Addressed to Me Will Bring a
tral Atlantic states this crop i is of par- ,
R.. ticular value. Generally speaking it :
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Wholesale and Retail Dealer InGROCERIES suffers from the severe winters in Full Description and Terms of Sale. .
4iq the north and from too great dryness ,
west of the Mississippi. In. Florida
iq also it has proved \less successful. than '

elsewhere.Crimson; clover, says the bulletin. D G. McKAY v r

has two great advantages.!: It is an .
excellent fertilizer and it can be used ...
040040400044040 .4040. 0400. 04 .0... for pasture and hay before any other --- ,

0 0 4 green_ growth JsJ ,!available! the land KISSIMMEE ,
FLORIDA
WE'SELL: 4 WE LUT1HAY : being then sown within ordinary -- -- ,

0 summer-grown crop. The clover it-, .,1\
0 HIDES, self can be sown toward the end of

GRAIN, 4 0 the summer on land where such' late . .
FURS -
p as corn or tomatoes are still'
FERTILIZERS;: O o under cultivation. Its use, therefore, UNITED STATES MAPS I tour (lines of equal altitude) represent : '
0 WOOL 4 does not interfere with other productsand elevations on the top of the Fort TOLD IN KISSIMMEE
0 SHINGLES 4 R. its benefits cost little but the Scott limestone known to drillers as
0 4 4t' labor and seed involved.To ALASKA COAL HELD; the "Oswego lime"). i i Our.VH,
A Knew
Resident '
to'All Benders
ORANGE BOXES, 4 0 AND These two structure of the )
t'' obtain the full value of crimson papers,
Relate an Experience.: 411
clover as a fertilizer, the entire green Fort Smfth-Poteau gas field, Arkan a
4 ORANGE'WRAPS, 4 ALL crop should be plowed under, thus MAPS AND REPORT ON HIGH- sas-Oklahoma, and the Glenn oil and Readers of The Valley Gazette have
adding to the soil' a large quantity of GRADE ALASKA CAL; MAYBE gas pool and vicinity, Oklahoma, by been told again and again of the merits
0 VEGETABLE CRATES, 4 4 COUNTRY nitrogen and humus, or decayed vege- OBTAINED FRO Carl D. Smith, from the United StatesGeolo&ical of that reliable, time-proved kidney i
0 4 table matter. The poorer the land t'I,I Survey's bulletin 541-B, remedy-Doan's Kidney nils. The experience .
CRATE NAILS, 4 4 PRODUCE. the greater l is the benefit that the GEOLOGICAL. SURVEY which may obtained.. free on application told are not "those of un
.. ,. 0 0r succeeding crop derives -from this ; vii'the TairectSr-onn* Vntte d known peffconi; living'far awajrr The- "; a
4 e4400400000.. *. 44 .4.4.. 000000..... pr ee e.- -*\--yield -of -3G bushels of I Staten..Geological-Survey eases are-Kissimmeecaeet-toil; \>r "
+ corn per acre may ordinarily be increased The 'high--g coals of the Marta 1 Kissimmee people. t;

W. sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. by crimson clover to 45, but uska valley Alaska are discussed in Z. Wnbunr-centractor and builder,
STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEYS.For
We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping partis. on richer land an increase of more detail in> the report by the United Clyde avenue, Kissimmee, Fla., says: i
Free delivery In city limits. Phone No. 12. than 10 bushels i is uncommon. A co'n-v States geological survey, with accom- "My back was so lame that I could
venient method of calculation is to the underlain many years information concerning around and it
We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask as for circulars and panying maps showing areas hardly get was impossible
prices fertUlsI ... consider full n-op-of crimson--d over, by The coal strata.The geological state geological surveys was for me to stoop or Un.I. had pains {
en weighing with roots and tops, about survey has been engaged in difficult or impossible to obtain. Muchof in my loins and was bothered by *
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10 tons an acre as the equivalent ofa surveying and investigating the coal it was scattered through many publications too frequent desire to pass the kidney ,!
I IIItlI III I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 11 I I I I 111 distribution of 8 tons' of fresh fields of Alaska during the last four- and many facts regarding secretions. Doan's Kidney Pills, pro-

.. barnyard manure to an acre. In teen years. The Matanuska field was organization and methods were not cured at the Kissimmee Drug-Co., soon ...
1 this way the soil i is greatly enriched covered by reconnaissance surveys, published. This need of accurate Information removed the trouble and) I now hare ....
each year without interferring in any which were followed by preliminary became so apparent that no cause for complaint. I willingly
way with the regular money crops, reports. As It is one of the most I, the United States Geological Survey confirm my former endorsement Of (,
such as corn, cotton, or tomatoes. important mineral areas in Alaska, has' published these data i; a single I Doan's Kidney Pills and allow its con.
Florida Farm and Grove It is, however, by no means necessary its detailed examination was begun !I volume bulletin 465, entitled1110 tinued publication. l
to sacrifice the entire crop atcrimBOji I in 1908, a base map was pre- I State Geological Surveys of the Unit- Price We, at all-dealer Don't .imply '
clover to fertilizing purp*!lelf.I I pared, and in 1909 the -eoalbearingrocks ed States," a copy of which may be ask 'for a kidney remedy get
Excellent results can be obtained by I were mapped and studied, the. obtained free on application to the director Doan' Kidney Pills*-the', same that
ploughing under merely the roots and I result being the report published by of the Geological Survey, Washington Mr. Bass had.: .Foster-Mllburn Co.... '1
stubble. This, it i is estimated returnsto the survey as bulletin 500-"Geology D. C. Props., Buffalo, N. Y._,
9 the soil 40 per cent as much nitro- and Coal Fields of Lower Matanuska I
the When this' is G. C.: Martin and
gen as green crop. Valley, Alaska, by
Thirty-two acres level land dark gray soil with good chocolate subsoil done the clover itself
all fenced with woven wire, twelve acres under plow balance splendid either for pasture, before ordinary this bulletin show the geology, struc' ':
grass i is sufficiently far advanced to ture, and position of the coal beds and THE '
round timber. This is'excellent land and has about four acres ,
be available, or for hay which can be the report gives detailed measurements -
c -: orange grove in bearing and some young trees that will soon be bearing. gathered Inl( time to leave the land of the individual coal seams and
free for another crop; analyses' of the different grades o>;
This property' can be made very: valuable because of its splendid pro"ductiv Crimson clover intended for hay coal. .

nature, and close proximity:; to such a good town as Kissimmee. must, however, 4.be cut; .at the right The maps, which are on the scale of .Virginia R e 81 a 4ratt: (
when- the most advanced will not be
non-residentwh&is i [sacrifice- splendid moment, one mile to one inch, only
Ids owned by 'a : ;"willingto this heads are beginning to'show' faded, of assistance to the railroad engineer, .
property'for $2.250.A One thousand. dollar cash balance in one, two flowers at their base. At this stage but-also provide the coal miner and
the plants contain the maximum with _an,, adequate base for 108 BROADWAYw .'" r
and three years. amount of protein and dry matter panning the work of prospecting the
while the leaves are still! present andthe individual coal beds through drilling,
SUBURBAN PROPERTY. stems comparatively green. If shaft or tunnel-driving.
lnkln'f'
the harvest is the short be obtained '
put off I A bulletin 500 may -
hairs on the stems and flower heads free on-application to the director .
Some excellent locations in Pinedale. the logical I place for good .
become dry and stiff. In thjs stc.ge of the United States Geological (Formerly Known a* Ceo. and Guy Place)
' homes on high ground where you have advantages of high school. there is danger that they may form Survey Washington! D. c "
hard dry hair balls in the intestinal *-,.- .,"
good churches and excellent, markets cheap taxes and excellent land on "
tracts of horses and mules 'to which I
your own terms. Prices range from $250 to $375 per" five-acrev1ract" ; the hay is fed. These ..hair balls, I OIL AND GAS IN l t.get t.

can buy as many as desired if a larger tract is wanted. We have all solid, compact felt-like structure, The most convenient place in town to
nearly always cause death. Early I .
kinds of stock farms groves and city property. Good truck farms a cutting however, and judicious mixIng I OKLA. AND ARK. a good meal at a moderate price. ;

with other hay obviate this difficulty -,
specialty.
to a great extent, and, under any II ,
circumstances, cattle are rarely af- REPORT BY THE UNITED STATES Take your Sunday dinners here, you

fected. By dairymen, crimsjorj clover I GEOLOGICAL SURVEY ON FORT will find it cheaper and much easier 1,
hay i is considered a roughage feed:! SMITH-POTEAU. ARKANSASOKLAHOMAS - than cooking dinner at home.
NELSON REALTY CO. fully equal! if not superior; to either OIL . :
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even more satisfactory, its chief FIELD.
drawback being the limited period in 1 .. -- .., ..,
which it can be utilized for this pur- Dinner 35c f
REAR STATE BANK KISSIMMEE FLA. pose. This period, however, i is ampleto A recent report of the United States .Regular .
enable the ordinary grass pastures Geological Survey shows, that there E
to attain.a growth which will greatly are gas wells with production' as high
increase their carrying capacity laterin as 4,250,000 cubic feet a day"near Fort I
--. --. .. -- the season. After the cattle are Smith. Ark., and that there are othef
j FOR RENT. removed, the uneaten, plants and the wells with smaller-production in neigh R. D. CALKINS, Manager ,

manure left behind ,re ploughed boring areas" near Mansfield, Arkand 1
Three-room cottage in Prospect Addition, four dollar sper month or under, the manure of ceurcc, forming Poteau, Okla. a
valuable addition to the fertilizing The geologic anticlines and synclines
a 1
will sell for small ca'h payment and balance on monthly installments effect of the clover. of this region are easil yrecognized

like paying rent. .' As pasture, hay or fertilizer, there- from surface exposures 0,the rocks,
fore, crimson clover offers"itself to and the finding of the gas in the crestsof a r
REALTY COMPANY. farmers at the time when the ordin- the anticlines indicates that they
NELSON ary summer-growh crops are not control, in large measure at least, the
available. Incidentally, it should be locations of the gas accumulations. Oil
mi said, this clover is' valuable for poul- has not been found in these fields but I[
try. A tubful of hand-cropped leaves areas similar structure farther west I''
thrown into the poultry yard will pro are locally oil-bearing. The map accompanying i :
vide the chickens' with the best-polIsi- the report shows the areal I ,
)t Ytyl.lYtYty1 Y1y1 $$tyfYlyl $ if'tjylyl$ l l t. ble' green food at a season when eggs geology and the locations of the anticlines -I, $ '

are ordinarily high and everything synclines and.faults.
RARE CHANCE IN SUBURBAN HOMEd that promotes laying is most welcome. Report on Glenn Pool. Okla. : }\ !
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other interests prevent my living there I offer for ale my Small patches of crimson clover are, The geology of the Glenn oil ,r
d Fish Lake. four and a half miles from Kiuimmee and equidutaat in fact, grown by poultry raisers for in Oklahoma, has never been pool'l ,' r,
place a this alone.
purpose ed In.,detail until recently,
from St Cloud. Methods of growing the crop, the -c
that in
short part sup .
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... This property comprises over 20 acres of good land and hat preparation of the seedbed, and the plies paper the need appeared for Information concerning :, ,k
soils and sections best adapted to the
660 feet on the lake front Excellent fishing. this remarkable pool. The
are discussed iq a previous .
fruit and balance muck. Haj house almost purpose stratigraphy of this economically important (
Th .land u half wells publication of the Department of Agriculture has been determined by- .
in the house. two region
new. storY and a half. 30x30 ft Has.water Farmers' Bulletin ,,650. studies of an area which extends considerably '
(one of these flowing) of fine artesian water. good out-buildings.. "Crimson Clover; Growing the Crop. beyond the oil fields, because a'
Both this bulletin and the new bulle-
little of the stratigraphy can be .
1 barns aad chicken: run*
tin "Crimson Clover Utilization".will
Railroad through south end of lot: ; discovered in the field itself. As a result if
L run
and A. C.
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Cwmtr toad service with Kmimmee and St.. bo sent free on request, of these studies the formations ; '
Telephone :
A with aUnon-adjoinihg. and tents exposed,in;the"area east of.the field
reasonable
,. Ooui Tide,to property perfect Price very have been correlatedwith those encountered : : ,

i .<> ah-e if _reA;.,Apply to ). W. :reol1.. Box 196 Kissimmee. 131xxx tf <.&sm&swtt;:. :: A- eture'contou..map'ot la drilling In the Glenn the pool.oil &' .. s

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.monocline
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} Words of Prase '' cured, to accept 'salvation for themselves : . M 11 111111111'lMl111 I I I 11 HWhatever .

: ; BILLION LIVEWITHIN or their children. ;
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Florida's State-Board of Health U '

: For- Mayr't Wonderfu working to'eradicate the'disease from! .
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c! Its jurisdiction. It I.'trying to discover ,

7 Stomach Remedy the infection, to induce the ,us.< .
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"How thankful wa ar.M 'THEWORM Hit the simple cure, and the'next' hardest L WILL FEATURE \ '
you tfr\grmnt a hold of task will be to keep the infectionout. :1 .
your indrriul kemedr.Ay It is largely a matter of education -
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_; had) but wil ahott could I Unit not M Jt.e.li<. -to show the serious,harm thai Housefurriishing .:

if aha kmj not taken> your BELT, is caused,, to demonstrate In' everj you may".need in the ;
7 Wonderful KrtMdy ..... { community how easily it may be ban.Ished \ THE BIG MEET
.h*did. Una (nor.01 laoMparoayam interest :
pine aba waa and to enlist the eooperatlon'01thf line will find it to your .;
i having would have killed < people of thb state t* keep it under you
) hrr without a d<.6bt. Now control. stock : :
abe tree from I to inspect the immense
la all pain I .
free from heart trouble I and The effects of the disease have been, 1
fret, frTvm 'that dtaturbtnc .J.. hl>f'd. Its cause may be told| again One The

1 .Kruralpa-....* ...05..,_ ."___.'mn..u_1M__._rtaulta_ __.j1b Wear Shoes and Prevent."and again, if for no other reason thanto Each Day During carried byKissimmee tlier ., w

exr>uUinn of five or six hundred GallStone inspire disgust with it. .
*. Now she im able to cat anythin..b. The hookworm lives in the intestines .
wants and her appetite" i. good and .bef6r" The Disease of,the human body and sUfks the bloodof Reunion
taking medicine she hann 'and
when abe your ate anything she would apttile aullcr death the patient. It injects a poison into .
ir'! for mo doing. and could not sleep at night; I the system' It lays thousands of eg awhlrh [ f Furniture Co.

nice night': taking ln\g. T.your A.treatmrnt NKAI.1- he KotUMt.Tv&a ulrrps well *all.)" ''STATE ,BO.\fti 'ftf HKAKTII: IS'' are paused out of the body inthe I PARADE OF MAIDS AND SPONSORS

The above letter .hrnilc! convince ton more t excreta. These eggs hatch young WILL BE FINEST; EVER ,
than anvthittK we could my in t half of | WORKING WITII-}'IAME: METHOTKS worms which live in the dirt for several I -
alayr. WomJrrful htomacb K.mMl i,. Sufferers SEEN ANYWHERE. VETERANS
THAT HAVE HEKEXUDRSCI : and develop into what
is one done abotild. hoiild try I convince one dose hem of thus neat k/me.I thiv }can'-- i :: ) BY KOflvE.( \, railed days encysted l embryos. The embryos are- I TO PARADE They have a splendid line and can j j

Ive. restored to h< ulth. Nearly; all Sterna burrow into the feet of childrenor ON MAY 8.
jMlmrnm are cauwd" l by the clouting, of theinteaunal KKI.KKK SAXITAKVCOMMISSION.: to
of persons who go barefooted, and : furnish the home from kitchen | |
ira : ( :
allnwnrg, pninonnnd' \ fluid into the I produce ground itch tt complaint al- Jacksonville, Fla., April 30.Withthe
I Stomach. amt otlirrwiw. drranetiiR the difrrntiveryntrm. mart as familiar i in Florida as thestomachache near approach of May 6, interest : attic.
Mawr' wonderful Htom li a.m.dpainlessly
/ '
rcmovrn tlirnr, net triton' ithoiit a I It stretches around l the earth sixtysix in t 1'"tlYlan'l. in the twenty-fourth annual reunionof
\ vurgical otteratmn and put *n rn 01 l t<> Colic I' wide., It include! Once under the skin the worm pets the United Confederate Veteran's
degrees fcrtyseven
;
Attack, daary in tb I <- 5 '''m.d 1i, and l 1 itr)' '.iinrt. into the blood stream; then throughthe association and Sons of Confederate '
and all nf tad mind:: : <\mjvv 1 ns> .'\tnnmrb.. I countries. with an Itr ,
1 and lntrvti t iftur
tvrr i it IM* >-k \ <> attont Muyr'n )V4trt..lTf nl Moinrw ItItmeilr I within this lirlt.In ) <,1\\ is coughed up and swallowed. Soonit rudes, one each day of the reunion. It I Trunks Valises Hand Bags
3 or send 1 i .a' II M.it Mfjr.In intestines whfre it frr.o.wto I
is the has been definitely decided that the ,
1 < -t, 14 1 Wli 1 f 'r.' "l c !,P. sr.|! 111 1 f.r this vast urea which i i. the homeof ,
n7. i I II be adult und rucks. the blood-or the of the maids
will be that
?}' t oii"wi n.uh>t Inv ,is o' <1 nui/ nliout nne-I hl rd (.'C the woild's population an first parade
I I l.'tfrt fn. i I ,1 l I. linf > the discnx' almost the patient and lays eggs, just us the and l sponsors, and it will be given on .
1"1 is easiest with Coaster f-
} Bicycles brake.Go-carts
rS' thinK t to ret rid of. excepting money generation befoie did. The processisn't the afternoon of May 6th. j

For Sale In Kiftfciminec ByJ. i -, \the easiest of all the diseases that a pleasant one to think about I This parade will be confined to automobiles -

Z. ROBER8ON reduce; the working; efficiency of man- but if the people of Florida thought I and carriages: and all sponsors t
kiml. of each hundred of more about it, if they realized how and maids of honor will be ad- I II Some
Ninety one of the attractive
I pat-
And Drusffiat Everywhere. makes human most
the workll1K'populalion of Porto Rico this dingus-ting parasite r-itted to 'it. The Jacksonville R ,
bodies, I its habitation, it might be pos- ion association has decided that, if
had the disease 1KI4! lout L-r *
< v-
in un
in and
: out qUickly this maids and un-I terns druggets mattings.
r Jacksonville, Fin] April] :!0.--The tetn'utie treatment. the cases in that iMp to carry more dis >.Lle. the parade of rugs
dancing pavilion in which the ountry, alt' boniK/ reducetl !Ity twentythousand campaign against the resulting "'01'" will be the finest spectacle of
large reunion -
Office Furniture in endless
And reTnember no microscopeis kind seen in the southern quantity
balls will be held] has !been. mimed a j-ear. At t least !WI) per cent. ease. the ever tat.es'l ,
find and identify several miles
to The route wiUbe long
'r "Corinne Hampton Pavilion" as a of the people of ColomhiHlivinjr! Lte.ween hookworm.necessary The hairlike work, small and through the principal restdeuce i and
compliment to the sponsor for the '. sea level) and the line of three i passes something sure to please.
still to be seen and business sections of the
PI it is, is large enough city. I|
Iho..mnd| | fret" elevation have it. One-
youth 4>t the United Confederate Vttrann' ,,
without glasses.! Hookworm infectionin I The parade of the second day, May I
association. This will half or( the population of British China I
pavilion i
I individuals, however, is ('denoted] by I 7, will be of the Sons of Confederate j
14 be of the sufficient large crowds capacity that to accommodate annually- hay of it; Indian almost two hate million it and of it the i<- estimut people -- the presence of eggs( in the feces and 'I Veterans and local military organizations. Come In and Let Us Show You

1 attend these reunion social fun..tionR..lId ,rd that three, of every four of the i iprople can only be seen through: the mino-I'j It is the present plan for the
Sons to march on'foot, and the paradewill
will I be located within reachof in southern China are afflicted. fcope.
easy 'I
w' the business and residence portionsof. have Uow its many of Florida'- population I necesity It has" demonstrated of. argument that the beyond ground the: the city.take in the business sections of 310 BROADWAY E E. 0, GARLAND, Manager

t Jacksonville No census, of hookworm patient has itch, caused by the hookworm, is the I i On the morning of May 8, the last I

== =- : -== =- -= =- -:- --:- been taken, hut within the part ton 'j starting; point of the disease. Th e'day| of the reunion, the annual parade Tl I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I t I I I I I I I I I.I. I II I II II M I M I I III I I I liT'
. .
I leather Confederate Veterans will beh..ld. I
rw Y .-v-............. years a r an5ar- was made of the eon parasite inn not penetrate ; | of the
thcrefoip th> child who wears h'sannot Jacksonville labors under a disadvantage -
schools in the central of the
|
i I try ; part be victim. Only the (child in staging this parade that
M. TILLER : stute, with the M-.sult that more than ( a | / I
tho who bare-footed 1 or other reunion city flag ever en-
or goes i no
person
MX. I thousand. oases were discovered. or 111111111111111111111 II I rill 11111 11111 11111 11111 IIIRefe'rence
tor who weras leaky shoes can be attar I countered, that of securing horses. i iI i II
r Real Estate Agency. : more than one-half of the school children ]
who examined ked. An abrasion of the skin i is! i There are very few available horses i I' i

............. . I IRea.ltYDOUiht were net necessary'' for the hookworm i tt'1 in Jacksonville, und its a result it has : Sweduboro National Bull, Swede.boro, N. J.
t .. ............., The economic loss' CRuof'.II\l > .. not stopped by the skin of the body: been decided to make the parade a
is l iwynnd l e ,male, l ecaurit offects -
r and sold. It-t directly: 'I he physical effcipncyof To wear shoes is to prevent the disease. combination between horses automo- II j

rl Houses rented. its victims. [It dulls their intellectual 1 As a further precaution the| lilies] and foot-marching. The local as- I WILLIAM RODE
pollution of the soil by the excreta of fociation believes that it will be possible j i
Taxes capacity and try wtakenn\ : the
and Titles K
paid verified commanders and their staff
(the sufferers! from the disease must: for the
,
i for non-residents. system it makes the way .It'Il'I' for cficers to be ovided with mounts, i
diseases some'ofthem be prevent'd.Th. pj Commission Merchant
the attack of other t
Y J Fire Life and- Accident In- most virulent and active. Actual Slate Board of Health is work but it is oinK to be a difficult matter ,
.
; ing with thc same methods that havei ']'to secure a sufficient number even for:

surance.Indemnity Bonds. hall demonstrated observation in that variou persons I localiti-'K suffering i been endorsed and adopted by the, I' that. However, a united effort is being I POULTRY, FRUITS AND PRODUCE

)Rockefeller Sanitary Commission! but made to secure all the mounts I
r. from the disease are capableof
having the interests of Florida in its; possible in Jacksonville] and nearby
and do r 206 Dock St. Po.
performing actually Philadelphia
per- particular charge, it is asking the peo- II towns in Florida and .south Georgia. x xr
form from one-half to two-thirds less
,
ple of this. state to work with it in Arrangements for these parades are
work than when normal conditionsof
in It the co-operation being worked out rapidly bjr special
this fight. urges:
; health. Reports from every part the committees. Maj. S. C. Harrison is ,
'S.II.BUkOCK of parents, for in this !section Disease -
I :of the world where the ailment prevails -
that wiu
the committee
finds few victims among adults, chairman of .
show practically the same results. for the reason that few grown peoplego have charge: of the Sons of Veterans' I ,
lose all
The sufferers to
appear is assisted by the
without shoes. The board asks parade. lie being
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f- REAL ESTATE ambition and most of their energy.They that if the disease is suspected, a specimen local camp Sons of Veterans, of which a
. .. ; move about in a sort of mental commander. I 4r
is
m*% m% m*% ***mm of the stool be submitted for Judge John W. Dodge 4ti
and moral lethargy to save funeral B. Forrest of the national -
examination in the laboratory of the Adjt..GeN.
INSURANCE ,expenses, indifferent as to when the board.! If the result shows the pres- Sons of Veterans is here giving I THE H. G. SIEVE ti
j final obsequies may become necessary. much of his attention to these ar _
the doctor .
of the family
i., Yet the hookworm disease is almost ence disease '
Examination of Titles
a will do the rest. And than this rangements.Dr. .
: more r".I
1 the easiest to be mastered of all thephysical ,
-If any person or persona can not af- W. M. Stinson l is chairman of REALTY COMPANY .
troubles that attack mankinda I
t. Specialty. i ford the services of a family doctor, the'commit.tee on entertainment of
salts followed .
dose of Epsom bya the board will furnish the treatment maids and sponsors and has been . NOT IN mE TRUST ;
and second dosef
dose of thymol by a
M''t "CorretDondenca Solicited. of ..- .. .Thymol is made from the free of charge. through itseld I' dispensaries. : working corps of on assistants.plans for some He will time organizethe with a 10,000 acre Stick FUll- a banala if. takea at sacs, " j t j

} thyme that grows in most well regulated Write to the State Board ofHealthat entire program of the maids and \ $5.00 per acre.I.. '.1. .1. -I"I.. '.1. t,
it is about
gardensand just
and as harmless in its action jasitmple Jacksonville Tampa or Pensacola sponsors' entertainment features ladies and Prahi. Land, Orange Groves, w,..Hock Lads, Timber ...... '
the visiting
f and find out.all about it, how to have i promises to give

i 1 1i C.W.GRIFFINStaple a* the is Epsom effective salts.; if Usually not, the one second treatment the examination made, etc. I the best possible reception in 'Jack- Lads at AD Prices .d ea Easy Terms. t

)lye will be. Furthermore, the disease! the This people is an of exoellent Florida opportunity to add a good for:' sonville.Gen. John L. Inglis, command of the ,000 acres StHk Ranch will exchange half yaae '

,lone that lends itself to quick re- millions of dollars each year to.. Florida division, U. C. V., I is, under for ether red estate ":- "I. -:- .:- .:- t '
t and Fancy lults. It changes lazy, good-for-noth many with the the rules of the United ConfederateVet.erans'
certainty
i ing. boys and girls into sprightly, energetic their working efficiency, of
: chief marshal
association all and
of and Groves sizes
larger increasing returns Orange prices ?
individuals within few weeks.
a with Gen. W. II.
the of chil the veterans' parade, ;
as present generation
4 ; GROCERIESFree : But the greatest difficulty that a Scoring, chief aide. General Inglis I
dren to maturity.
-I round by those who are systematically grows wants a parade in which the older KISSIMMEE FLORIDA -+d;
lighting the disease is not in curing: it, veterans will occupy automobiles and I I II I

but in inducing the sufferers to be NO DISCOMFORT FROM carriages, With commanders and as '' -- -."---- --- -- -- .

W. Free Delivery) to all Parts many .their staffs as possible on'j .
i TONEViolent I horseback. The veterans' parade is ,, ..
LIVER
DODSON'S "
: of the City : being worked out along these lines. _._ .lj l

:MAKES RHEUMATISM i The social functions of the reunion .

tilI will be about the same as have pre- .
: t '
.
Purgatives Need No LongerBe I vailed at other reunion cities. Three. )

r __ PROMPTLY DISAPPEAR Used for Constipation, so balls will be given during the week, LOUISVILLE&NASHVILLE

? 0000000400 000000000 Why Run Risks of Their one for maids and sponsors one for L. & N. I L. & N."t"t

A- Chronic, rippled- Sufferer \Disagreeable After the Sons of Veterans and the other RAILROAD "
'p themselves. Gen.
the Veterans
for
:t : Sprig Fleming Find Relief After Few Doe Effects.To Bennett H. Young appointed his r sL&N.

of.New Remedy are chief sponsor Miss Corinne Hamptonof

_ CLEANING Taken tIt overcome constipation and slug- Columbia, S. C. His maids of hon

is needlesstos\iffer gish liver pleasantly, easily and safely or are Misses Minnie Brock of Chattanooga -
toe_ "
any Eloise Washbtim of Montgomery -
PRESSING Dodson/s Liver Tone \is guaranteedby ,
with
rheumatism
and be
all crippled
who will cheerfully Ala.] and Miss Gladys Ker- .
J. Z. Roberson
DYEING "- up, and bent out of shape with its .
refund purchase price (boa) at once if nan of New Orleans These ladies
k' REPAIRING surely heart-wrenching avoid it.Rheumatism. ; pains, when you can you are not entirely satisfied with It.Dodson's represent the south in the social func-'

from Liver Tone is made to take tions of tbe reunion.

I kidney, comes that fail to filter weak from Inactive the place of calomel and other strong A dancing pavilion will\ be erected THE ATTRACTIVE WAY TO
& v Lea word et my house and clothe sections of the
It has of tho disagreeable close to the business
1 the blood, the poisonous purgatives. none
n will be crlwd lor and returned. waite matter to
r 1 and uric acid; and it is useless to and often dangerous after- 'city, and it will be' large enough CINCINNATI CHICAGO LOUISVILLE I
h Satisfaction Guaranteed I rub on liniments or take ordinary effects of calomel, which is in fact a accommodate the reunion balls. In LEXINGTON a ST. LOUIS INDIANAPOLIS
r' II I remedies to relieve the pain. Tbuionly poison, a minerals a form of deadly addition to the balls there will be a DAYTON PITTSBURGH KNOXVILLE

.. . 4.. . .. . . . prolongs the misery and can't mercury. number of events on the program for COLUMBUS BUFFALO BIRMINGHAM
=a I possibly cure you. Dodson's Liver Tone is a strictly the entertainment of official ladies. CLEVELAND GRAND RAPIDS PENSACOLA tae
"--rf" -- The only way to cure rheumatism1 vegetable liquid, containing nothing Chief among these is a trip to the seashore DETROIT NASHVILLE MOBILE f ;

Is to remove the cause. The new discovery harmful. It not only leaves no bad and an excursion! : or two on the TOLEDO EVANSVILLE NEW ORI-EAN

Croxone, does this because it effects, but works easily and naturally St. John's river. Some two hundred

wile neutralizes and dissolves all tbe poi- without pain or gripe and without young men have volunteered their All Points North Northwest, $ou thwest. k ;'
GRAYS TONE lonou substances and uric: acid. that interfering at all with your regular services as escorts for the visiting .
lodge in the joints and muscles to habits, diet or occupation. A trial may ladies, and everything points to a most Three Solid Through Tr.lna Daily 'r
scratch and irritate and rheuI I benefit greatly, why not see aboutit enjoyable week for all who may participate -
cause ; you and the South Atlantic Limited, Lye Jacksonville 8:15: P. M.
r functions
social
: in the
KI au nt ruil matisrn, and cleans out and strengthens '' today? a Dixie Flyer, Lye Jacksonville 8:25: P. M. iwt! \
S the stopped-up, inactive kidneys, annual parades. Route Lye Jacksonville 8:05 1
Montgomery Express, : P. M.
1 a l*.w and a.oondhatnd autome@s : ; "
del-
10 they can filter all the poison from Jacksonville, Fla., April 30.-A \
tk: IS bllelor*0, at eal.arayston! from. $Garage*01 to the blood and drive it on and out of Ration of prominent Chattanoogans, GIVE "SYRIJP OF FIGS"TO CHILD Three Daily Trains to Mobile and New Orleans, .Z'r '' .

Hsaaar.a the system. ,. representing the chamber of commerce CONSTIPATED Leave Jacksonville 8:00 A. M., 5:00 P. M. and 8:00: P. M. fly
t .* TUUUI.. Pt.". L 0. WITH, Yp.J Croxone is the most wonderful of that city, has been in Jacksonville ,
medicine ever made for curing chronic I making arrangements for Chattanooga Delirious "Fruit Laxative" Cast All electric lighted trains with through steel drawing-room sleepers' <'

\ rheumatism, kidney troubles, ana headquarters during the Confederate Harm Tender Little Stomach. free relining chair cars, and modem high-back seat coach..s. r ?1fl

bladder I disorders. You will find it reunion, May 6-8, inclusive. Their Liver and Bowels. 1. dt N. Dining Care-No netter Dining car Service. n'

{ different from all other remedies. I headquarters will be at the Mason hotel i I Fast Time-Rock Balla t-No Dirt-No Dust. ,1':

'There; is nothing else on earth like it. I and open house will be maintainedfor Look at the tongue, mother! I If

It matters not now old you are oil all friends throughout the southern coated, your little one's stomach, liver H. .BRETNEY, Florida Passenger Agent, :i

c f. Thrasher bow long you have suffered, it is I Ii states who attended the reunion and'' bowels need cleansing at once. 134 West Bay St.. Jacllsonvlle-f2t.! "

;5 r ., practically i impossible to'take it into last spring and for the people of When peevish, cross, listless, doesn't i '

the human system without results. Jacksonville., On the night of May sleep, eat or act naturally. prjf feverish '

i,;: Sheet f Metal Worker i You will find relief from the first few 6th the Chattanooga delegation will ,/stomach sour breath 6i.rl; hassore J.

; : doses, and you will J>e surprised how; 'give a ball at Morocco temple complimentary throat, diarrhoea, foil of cold, \i"i"J.

: quickly all your misery and suffering 'to the Jacksonville Reunion frive a teaspoonful of California Syrupof i
4S rill 'end. I association and the official( maids and Figs; .and Ina Yew hours all the :
$t.1' Ceilings a :Speclalty : i 01..Croxontf 'OAeSOtr: ::: F.E R Ee: :
An original package .1, sponsors. The ball will b* the first big foul constipated waste, undigestedfool .,
...1. ..., costa but a trifle at any first-class .' social uncUqn of reunion week. (The and soar moves out of S cr.E"f:
I without
:' drag .store. All druggists are authorized : party from Chattanooga 'will com Its little bowels griping, and . .

; .491,! Clay.Street t tI. ,: to sell it on a positive mODe,- 'to the reunion in special chartered you have a'-welli playful child again .S1Kceaeor to'the Doder'Leimer Agency fState

back:guaraatee. Three doses a da*! trains over the Southern railway, the Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bottle ',. ,' '
.. -- for,'* few'days, Is often all that itye Chamber of Commerce of Chattanoogaand of "California Syrupoi: -- ---.-----....- Sank, ::gulldinQ --- -
.
j ,",,',, .:...- i.--- ...''. 1'-' ': .', -1Jr-., ,. needed to car;the worst.bach* I 8achmathe'eatecampr8ola'0lY; contains Toll directions for'Fleebiehi '" .._ .' .h" .. '

tL" r O'OOOMtt tdMriaar7.1SIIOJjn. ... r''uniting in r:> tl... .dren .of all ages, and for srowji-aps. .
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DAT MAT, i, m*. "THE :KISSIMMEE' VALLEY GAZETTE j VAGE iLApopka
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en with the fragrance.. -When such "
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CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING
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men as decides to locattr her andmakea'Investments ,
;q a* lie' has done
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running into the thousands;; w. ay : "

that it now begins to look as though "
fudge and wife of 'Plymouthlant Apopka is about to come into-her own., PR.OQITESSIVEBu ;
visitor in town on The time-is not far distant when those FIVe Cents Per LinelEadi - :
who have neglected the opportunity . "
the week.' ,(i. t : .
lurley of Winter Garden wag_I. will regret that they did not. invest / .'I Insertion. ,.V, .. .
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while ,....
e',Yiaitor* here last week. property was cheap. .. "" .' A '
|C. Clinkenbeard made a bus The annual meeting, of the Apopka LOST.-on the road between Kissim- :
i to Orlando recently. Board of Tradewas held last Thursday mee and St. Cloud, a red shawL '
am Cunningham and littl I night'at the $C. of. P. Hall when. Liberal revjard if returned to this : siii '
kd in Orlando Monday. the following officer were elected for I. office. '_ i8ttpFOR :; e ss M P eop 1 e'' )r
Carpenter of Plymouth was the ensuing .year: President, Pr. -"--- : M

i during the past week. Charles Morrison] First Vice Pres., SALE.: .. : *' .
board industrial agent, Mr Arthur J. Walker; Sera Vice, Pres.,I - .- -.r- '. 4

i here Tuesday in the Interest H. H. Witherington;.Thlyd Vice Pres. FOR SALE Mission dining table and .' '. ..
ompany he repcesenU.: Dr. Charles Converse; Sec and Treat, -six chairs, practically new, at bargain : '
augton, traveling salesman Wm.,G. Talton. The standing" committees Mrs. Geraldine Norton, box .
c: & -Co. of Jacksonville; ""aapon will be announced by the new. &61. .l -lt-p :
ly elected President at the You Should Know : '
the trad.-.here last Week. next meeting ;
of Anderson of the American which will be, on 'May 7th. It ito FOR SALE-Fine saddle mare, six: : "

company made a business tripr be hoped that the newly elected years old, gentle and broken to rido .... ... I
Garden last Wedlnesday. officers will have the co-operation of and drive. Mrs. Geraldine Norton, .
arson is very much interested the' entire membership as the Boardof box 461. 1<pFOff -
Trade is the live.WiN in .
new electric lighting plantin any town ''----
ng a if properly managed. SALE.-A triple) A Hercules : I % '

Martin Apopka.,' representing' the Apopka had settled down in peace- tump-puller' ; good as new. Will sell : -IN : ? K
cheap. C. U. Funk, .
> Columbia Paper company of ful quietude after the creation of Fla. Kissimmee.12-tf -- .

d, was a business visitor in ourt Seminole.county a year ago when it .. _..e
Wednesday. was learned that she was not to be FOUND-Gold Masonic

J you talked to- your neighbor divorced from the mother county of and compass within a large pin; G.square Per- r "

coming out and helping to boost Orange, but recently there are rumors son calling at this office, proving'
k* by voting for the $l ,OOD bond being put into circulation that has property and paying for this noticecan
1 If and Utlk bonds tended to disturb the peacefulness of
busy
J-f not. get eec re pin. 6-tf
every voter in, Apopka is con- the town, and that la to .the effect that
n to the bond idea. By all means certain Seminole politicians are plan- FOR EXCHANGE for St. Cloud'or KISSIMMEE'q

(or bonds. ning to have an extension.of Seminole or Kissimmee property, 40 acres,
J, O. Fletcher, who has been county so as to take in the city of about one mile south of Orange
lick for several days past! we-, -are Apopka, and that a bill will be presented Center. The land is close to rail- .
i note is now on the roa<]S rap- to the next Legislature asking road'and corners in a clean fresh
very, much to the delight of that,another strip of territory be cut water lake J. M. Will son, Jr. 14-tf i
friends here.F. off from Orange county and added to -
any
,- Wilson has his eyes turned Seminole which .would include Apopka. FOR RENT. J. H. REDDnT.% OSCEOLA BICYCLE CO. o. K. BAKERY I *

rd Kissimmee and from: present Our unalterably hout a single exceptionare ..E..A..Nlt'meyer.., - I
stions he expects to locate therergage opposed to the meas- FOR RENT 11ouae.oL-nine-rooma, 103 Broadway y
in mercantile business. W\ ure-because would put us several modern, with garden; furnished or Jeweler Red Band'Bnncl Candy

s very much regret to lose him miles further from the county seat unfurnished; cheap rent. 209 Park!: E. L. Johnson, Prop. 15c per Ib. 4 a
estimable family from Apopka. and it would inconvenience our citi- St., Kissimmee. 18-2t-p
I a splendid business man and zens in tJntold'measure should such 11 Broadway.EGGERSGLUESS Repair Promptly Done. I Guaranteed Pure. .
,
a's loss will be Kissimmee'sr. step be made. Should the matter FOR RENT-One- good store room tt
tome up it will be fought to the bitter and warehouse, cheap. Apply to "
end and if allowed to come to vote R. S. Floyd. tf I I'I
hat a &: RIEDEL. RUSS BASS MEAT MARKET DIXIE THEATER
Ferrin, representing a large
of the people would be voted down bya
anfacturing company of the east, solid vote from FOR RENT-At summer rates-Six- 1
Apopka. We feel
Carpenter and Repair Shop Cool Cleah, Comfortable
here last
,calling on the trade considerably agrieved that Seminole room cottage $15; four-room cot- Fresh Meats of .

k.A. should attempt to take such a step tage, $12; unfurnished! rooms, !>5; Inside Furnishing, Screening ..., High Class Entertainment' erv
of Zellwood spent
Anderson
; when she knows how bitterly the furnished rooms, $6. E. E. Wells and Cabinet Work All Kinds.
Sunday as the guest of his broth- i 7P3( { '
John J. Anderson, at Pinecrest, Apopka county division people.A was fought by the Broadway. l7-tf T>ur Specialty. Only. .. +

(' i' fir this city. most disastrous fire occurred AUTOMOBILE-Buick touring car,
drs. B. F. Wilson and children were has beea used a very little; will ex- WILDER'S STUDIOIs
Sunday night the
t guests last Wednesday of Mr. and just north of at when Beachem place change for town or country real estate + CLARK &: MEIKLEJON The Leading Moving Picture Show
Apopka his
large I la Found at the
i. J. J. Anderson. stock J. M. Willson, Jr.
: barn was entirely consumed Take Your Kodak
I f. R. O'Neal, postmaster at Orlando the Place to Real Estate Dealers

'president of the State Bank of together mules with four Thousand head of very valuable FOR RENT-Five-room: bungalow: ; Films for_Der doping..If.You_ PASTIME TIIEATER _
one - '
Dollars" '
pka, was here Tuesday visiting modern; In 'center of town. T". M.. TbejSefllkeEfrth---- -'T----------------
worth of fertilizer
} his numerous friends. and all kinds of Murphy. 17-tf '* Gardner Bros., Mgr
rag salesman farming implements. The loss was Want the Beet Results. In Chunks. ,
traveling I
Mr. Gailliard, a estimated to be about FOR RENT
$7,000 which --Comfortable bed room,
it of Jacksonville, was calling upon I
with his line of goods was partly covered by insurance. centrally located. Large porch. 6
,'t'' merchants The origin of the fire is. unknown Have Your Washing Doneat
but KISSIMMEE BOWLING ALLEY
j week. I originated either from Brack St. J. W. Prentia. 42-tf WATERS &: CARSON GROCERY I
of Minnesota, a someone smok- the- 109 BroadwayW.
.Mrs Anna Hanson -
tf ing about the
building
or was of incendiary
vein to Jonas Larson of Piedmont, origin. DWELLINGS for rent, opply to M. .. .- _Co.Everything. '
M a guest at the Wayside Inn hereJt I Tiller. KISSIMMEE MODEL LAUNDRYA. E. Man.eII, Mgr.
week. I '
k ; :Messrs. Flynn and Skillman, repremtingJollier's FOR RENT OR SALE-Two-sto17l ; to Eat. P
Splendid and Reeree loa.
Sport
York P. Kutx, Prop.
Weekly of New store building on Brack St.. North
ere soliciting among. our citizens III :Orange Center ( Kissimmee.: H. C. Stanford 29-tf : i

Wednesday. J. W. PRENTIS .NELSON.REALTY CO.
E. E. MAGEE
returned from
John J. Anderson has 10-CENT "CASCARETS"IF
latka, where he attended the dis- Dear Gazette: BILIOUS OR COSITIVE Pianos, Organs, Talking Machines, 9 DarUn'cton Ave.Property Carpenter and. BuilderJob a
t conference of the Methodist Epis- Our 1
temperature for the .
past week '
El 1 Church, South, which was held Work and ,i:
Generat.RepairingSaw
week. averages 77, this delightful temperature For Sick Headache, Sour Stomach: Sewing Machine Sold on
last
ere in spite of the want of rain. Sluggish Liver and Bowels Filing' Specialty
both -They
A. W. Hurley and J. C. Cooper, In .
.from Winter Garden, were here Friday the the north country during a drouth, Work While You Sleep.: Broadway.W. '. Commission. 15 Darlington ,ATe.'OLtVER'S -
people cry for rain to cool the air,
night in the interest of the new while here the only use we have for Furred Tongue, Bad Taste Indigestion '
'electric lighting plant which is now it is to moisten the ground for vegeta- Sallow Skin and Miserable Head G, HANK INS SUITATORIUM. \,
the city of popka. D. G. M'KAY REAL ESATE a.
contemplated by
of tion. Our plantings are not sufferin aches come from a torpid liver and Mad. to Measure Clothe .
'; Mr. Hurley is the general manager as yet, but could clogged bowels which Adding Machine and i
we use a light cause your AGENCY
_the light and water company of Winr rain fall about now to)) gopd advan- stomach to become filled with undi- .' Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing :..,' ,.

. A.Garden.B. Newton of Winter Garden,wae'Pliers tage. like gesited food which in sours and ferments Typewriters GrayitoneBlock. .' ,'. ,.... .. Hat Cleaned and Blocked \
the'voters A party of our people met a party garbage a swill barrel// That's "'1\1. : .
shaking hand with of Taft people last the first step to untold misery-indigestion .. s For Sale. i, Sell Land Anywhere... Commission . IP, ne'1. .If '
and telling them that he desire. to gop Friday on Shin foul bad breath ,. ... on .., 'i. I ,:. .JI. ,
Creek for and gases, yellow J > \
picnic fish
a
!\ to Tallahassee as one,.of'the representatives occasion was so thoroughly enjoyed skin, mental fear,, everything that.is ".. "!' ''f" ' : '' ; >l'\\ old DEPARTMENT : : O'1'l't.I'\ t'\// ' '
_ from'the good county STOR < ... .
DANNS "'.
j that it was decided to try it; again in horrible and nauseating. A Casearet ? .. '7'COLETUNi.o'\ .J" '" ,; (1'II. ("V:. ELi s "'! '"
++",of Orange.next year. who has the near future tonight will give your constipated ',, '
Roanoke Va.
_ ; pent 3. D.the Carr winter of so pleasantly, herewith W. W. Bonney attended the Grow- bowels a thorough cleansing and Dry Good, Clothing, Shoe... Electrical Contractor -: :.c:
er's In straighten out by morning. ,
u the family of I. M.-Jackson,-returned convention Palatka this week. you They Jeweler and Optometrists y
to his home last week. He Mr. Fred Preston of Pine Castle work while you sleep a 10-cent box Furnishings. Waler and Light Collector
visited Orange Center last from your druggist will keep you feeling ': -
and will Sunday. co
at leaving
come expressed again regret when the leaves begin to Business of clearing lots in our good for months. 5c and lOc Store on Third Floor. 114 Broadway.C. Phone 220 8 Darlington ATe': -.r

,- town goes on every day. A radical +

fall.Rev.. and Mrs. Howard Van Dyck, place.change in the appearance. is taking HUNTER LAND CO. F. DIBBLE & SON When Coming to the ,

who have been spending a vacation DOLLAR LIMIT STORE rDon't
Hotz of T. J. !Stewart went fishing a few Real Estate,
with Mr. and Mrs. J. parents : .
Fall
to Bring Your Small
I' days ago, out in the jungles of
Mrs. Van' Dyck, have gone to New section Fancy Groceries Change. Your Dime Last
18. Tom
he will remain .
York on a business trip before returning says at Properties that Will
:
Like Dollars..
Six Roll
home :
and fish
to their mission work in China. in the close lakes hereafter SECONDHANDFURNITURE .
lOc Toilet for
25c.
Paper
as fish are more plentiful and .
of Phone 154.
pr. Lincoln Hulley, president : Please. Purson & Ralney. '
more easily caught
Stetson university, with Mrs. Hulley _
Mrs. .
i R. Lending, daughter Mabel
Mrs. Solo-
and son Ben, and Mr. and .
r
and son Willie, return to Hoboken this ROSS.GRAVES
mon, DeLand, winter tourists whose H. C. STANFORD CO. .
j ERNEST GREEN.
home i in at Dayton, Ohio, were pleasjtant week. Mr. Leming-remains in Orange WANTEDI .
I Center. Hardware Furniture, Stove,
visitors to the home of Mr. and ,, Dry, Goods, Clothiitgana Shoes, Sign Writer and Decorative ,
-Trtrs. EUredge on highland avenue. I Our pecan"trees In the park are put- .
Agricultural Impl ietSr--- -- '
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Painter--
Mrs. Hulley and son Ben continued ting out in good shape. No trouble have purchased the Stock and Furnishings and .
I' to Eustis after a pleasant social visit I to grow anything on any of the land Stand at 15 Broadway and am now : Building Material, I

*\4a Mrs. Eldredge here. I out here. prepared to either buy or sell : Notions.DUTTONHARRIS. Phone 283. ....
.iL Misses Helen and Julia Steinmetzof I I Sweet potato slip buyers are thicker Paint, Oils,_ Etc. k....;;;\'
Wekiwa Springs entertained most this season than candidates just before < $'
delightfully last Thursday when they' election. They all seem .to havea New and : CO. i .
had as their guests Mrs. John Merrill I hard time to fill their orders. WENNERSAWYERBooki !: ARTISTIC JOB PRINTING -4'

l. and little daughter of Merrimac, Mrs. 'I An informal gathering at the home .
S. W. Eeldredge and Mrs. Alfred El- of Mr. James Bass at which ice cream Second-Hand : Shoes I The Best that Man and MachineryCan
dredge and son Alfred of Apopka. One in plenty was served' was enjoyed'last y and Stationery \ i
of the features of the entertainmentwas Friday night. .

a delightful motorboat trip down I FurnitureIf : 106 Broadway. 28 Broadway Do.1.. }
the Wekiwa river. The Misses Stein r rG The Valley Gazette. "

metz are noted for their hospitality. '
, A. W. Walker of Springfield, Tenn., II Campbell II you have furniture to sell- : KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO.
I has been looking over property here If you want .to buy furniture- Your Candle Fresh From the- LET US FIGURE WITH. YOU 1

for several days and likes this city Rome: !""
the CANDY KITCHEN
for
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Everything .
:
very for much himself, and will home doubtless here before establish -I E. E. Brown of Wimauma. is visit- Come and See Me On That Next Order of Printing ,

a ing his family. : 23 BroadwayF. o .
R O. Garland !
,
he Our 1
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departs. the Better
Sort.
Messrs. Alfred *
and Y
Mrs. Frank S. Witherby went to Dewey Ivey of We are sure to treat you right :' ; (
Jacksonville last 'Friday to represent- Qavenport were visitors here Sunday. : Manager. C. Howe. Prop. The Valley Gazette .1
r
-Rev. E. A. Milton .
of Kissimmee .
$ the Apopka district at the Home and ,
k
y 'Foreign Missionary convention. conducted two fine sermons here Sun- KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.

.( .:J...Frank' Briggs will)) soon have hisitory day.Mr.. and Mrs. Melt Bryant were Kis- [E. D. MILLER OSCEOLA BOTTLING WORKS GOOD PRINTING 'I ..1

y, residence on Second street .
eimmee visitors
Friday, .
Depend the Matt and J{
;F .eo l eted and ready to be occupied. D. Y. Johnson of Bradentown was Wholesale and" Retail Phone' 284.', on Equipment
This )Des quite an improvement in tr
of town. here Monday attending business. "We Han tbo Best of Both"
r. thai tried for a long time to Miss Flossie \Bryant entertained a G. A. Gilbert. Prep. I

,- i, -*..bOwe.w. i world the attractive feat .few of her friends Saturday night. Phone 21. The,,Valley.Gazette.. b
Games were played and candle of various '
I
and
pka and time again II
t nneo: pointed out and pub kinds were served. Those pres- X0000 LAWSON .
jeen
: F. B. :
'bav.
NOTE
STATEMENTS HEADS
ent were Misses Ruth and Martha Doa't Overlook the :_

'f ..:.", 'Hiked aide .wor un' now beginning it seems to that realize the out-the Acree Brown, and Bessie Mrs.Garrett Minnie, Ernestine Bill I Heads, lttr Head. B...... .t
Garrett I VARIETY STORE
J., ..true inert of the claim and men of Messrs. Walter Sylvester, John Roland ; Je W..MDEIfli$ : Cash Store sad Visiting. Card Promptly t,(
and training are cotna
eel Executed
Cog Reanes Lawrence and Bert BjroadWaV .
SOI
,
in here ,
ke home after tryingother Garrett > \\ % "Drop ia t. s.. PS." Jit'

pa of the state. An example V ; 'Fke;.Uf; Haltklaal' ;Aeciocmi'(': '. Pro xks
Messrs. and Lonnie Bronson J. E MnBcnnlx. -
r of this ia a own> in the fact that Genera visitor Jasper here 11 j e.dway. Tfco. VaBoy. GaJtetta.,, i,, /

i ift ; ,Tibbe ,baa Journeyed: all the were:Mrs. Winnie Howard Sunday.of Longhman INSURANCE* .. '

way from a state of Washington to was .visiting her mother, Mrs. J. W. W.; HAKDTOON. BROADWAY AT FISH MAWPI WE ABB AGENTSx
I make hi* home in our city, where be a ... s parr
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Collie last week. *
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enkalo ''health-giving arena i 1,1"J:.: .t rgtIJfhognaii 'w
;can the tt .*- i -a : -T ** ... 0. UI
the-whispering. iisie U .11 SKCtSMVto . Hardware t. $83 4Thai la Am rie --Call im aad I II
f maybe the food W.Love before Cxflery. odes. I ', . .' .wa7 JBTooM
(. >h* D4 V *nhaU* the ,. ,rExntoit* SMwIq'eCr'
narriarybat After marriage tMeon.er'CJ'OCV INtTLSON.! l WSeaANCEIACENCTate l : \ ' I ,
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cnf the teiuico MoMonrinint ** 1. ItiS CalesMlank r as vG
es get. ttrong JIa J.f.T. 8gpiiis sad ?: 271-L
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fn10ftbeN of otef blottota fti.'woman stand 1 I In'f tint .ffi r !I IT: ,..t..UM.'St' :BamkBuUb I '. ,, ftaeras", ...{.-r"t. " ,. "t,. .,,J.I.J. \...zM7,0.:1!;_, ........".. .' ..... YB.Y\Guetfe. P. y't '.
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4T PACE 12 A, '\,, :j'' 'THE, '.KlsSUtME 'VAL'LE { 'GAZETTE. I . FRIDAY. MAY 1.

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!: t ',: OVER FIVE splendor rendered ing.coined, choice A.ihort and tossed, spicy bit r to-of'program the oratory listeninj wa be* 'Se* ;or.tlet, he. Addresses. V Great V' t' Piano Sale V the Deeply'FOR democrats COUNTY grateful-If: OscMla for TREASURE the honor cOUit40fl"to'5'ldch'tlii. "' .

,. elc.ctlng me. i'(
his honor H. R. by
crowd May
<<: by Mayor 'fererd on me years'ago.and :
.. Us's. Gilbert a 'state organizer, aim VoteoF Osceola. oft"ice"ot county. treasuter two -'
nridiessed her word, County:, Will, be: held'I I In Kissimmee from assuring t.hem that I greatJr, '4

j ; .HUNDREDV being those'j"ekent enjoyed. Sh< May-4tn to.May 14th by the Turner appreciate It, I hereby announce .mY",1-, ;
'.J Music Company at ..the Corner ofDroadwayand.1)aken for reelectIOn.and
: 'f V dwelt much\ upon the Value of a'.Ia: .. reif as a candidate and
diitS' organization emphasizing thi.; I. tly at the appointed hourr lies present to hear Senator Fletcher, avenue in the an only promise If nominated ,
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different feature* Co'!',,which the ordestands. Wednesday afternoon, at 2:30: o'clock! as well asa large number of representative New Casino building near the depot. electe: Unawill; continue to perform
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; United States Senator Duncan U. citizens Mr. S. n Waggoner and Mr. R..C.Calh'oun me to the
/ At the conclusion of the program ? of the town'andcountry 4 the dutle! devolving upon '
:r. :, DOLLARS the banquet bjgati. AIJd.It wa'S etcher:: began hit very earnest and 'round about, and judging ::special representatives of the my ability. .
/ 0 banquet in every sense of the "word I. interesting: address before':* fair-sized from the applause that he re elved, j Turner Music Company, will -ibe' inchar&e bcsyf g. f L. LUPFER. J

_/ '.. A|I" ." ff I I i Eats of alt) kinds came suddenly int j audience in the circuit court room of there were many who believe frs he' of the sale. y -
/ - -- -. I,[ existence and tile <,company! fell t i> the Osceola Court House. does. V V I These gentlemen .come highly rec FOR SChOOL COM M1SSIONER,
:them with im and vigor Explainln,; &>ntaor Fletcher wan introduced by The address was entirely 'free from' ommended to themselves' and rep- DISTRICT NO. 2.

-. -, Is Subscribed To Fit Up the vari-ty someone said that every. !Mayor May in a'very few well chosent abuse of anyone. No harsh words were repenting the Turner Music Company, I hereby announce myself a candidate -

I thii7g: that goes toward making a fIrs words after which the senator pro- indulged in against his opponent or probably the best known and most for member of the school board

class ban, <]uol was there, with the ex. I ceerled to explain to his hearers his the opposing political party, but he popular Music House in Florida carrying froii District No. 2, subject to the action -

V Ball Grounds I reption of ('ha1l1J>IIIlI1l'. Tht! crowd djs course! in Washington and .what heI came just a* a business man to business l- ; a large line of well known of the primary to be held June 2,.

: : in>r"'il 'feeling, that each 'indivi ua I J) had done joince ho has been the repf men, and said to them, "I have HIGH GRADE instruments will no IH4.! WALTER BRO SON.

,uj.1 Ix'cn liclprd. and the standing/ o rcsentativa of the people., and pointed. done thus and BO; now if you approve"my doubt\ receive liberal patronage in t -

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TKISSI.MMKi ----- connected Wit.)). now. which would perhaps been faithful I ask for 'Rndi.'I -
CITIZENS DKTKKMIVKI: ': ) 'I /II \ a servant your myself a {
V . FIJ.CiIfl'REV. ; 1 be lost U, 111' stalt' should he be endorsement: at the poll June 2d; and ,SPRING TERM CIRCUIT I I hereby announce commi"'lon'r fromIhstrlc1 VI
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CI.I'B K.NTKUTAINKI: I: ) I idi-featc-d foi' -i-lection.,. Senator :i if re-elected I promise to continue in NOW IN :SESSION: date for county the demo- '
VV WINMM: (; BALI i r': VM"WILL I-'lolthor is now -ervinK his first term : the work as faithfully'as is. in my The spring tel'lof the (Out-cola circuit 'I I) No.: 4. subject I to
nrii.ii' / \.MI-: 'I'll'Mothers'i' Self Culture.el t ,'Iph ha<' which bus about and he : power I court convened last l'uesdiiymo critic primary. I Iv.
V expired point-I and will in the future, as in the \ H( ,OIWIN; _ _ _
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;. ;; SOME (;I u \ "IL ,- a nio-t infi.-rej.tmg nv'ettng"' at thiif .' I d, out Oat in the history of the state past strive to do all in my power for ning with Hon. George' Perkins on ,
hoini< :llt..J T, Hiiikhultor, Frida'iiflLinuun. 110 --enatoi had ever yet been denied.!Uie people of the great state which I the bench and Cary D. Lundist prosecuting I I COMMISSIONER.r ,

i __.._om. WI'\\l' : !.. Al'l I I I il I :2 I t I-i. a second term. V I.repreS'nt.-! attorney, present. I I (roK corsiv. IlISTRKT, : (( \ \0.> 2-
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V A plenilid, ",'oll'l'am11'" 'HI I ranged. He explained that the longer a man After the court was organiserlViuit.L, 4
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When the board of ttade undertakes! follows I the grand and selected.the ] JWI'l.b"lnOUII. i c nn M-tf 'na i '
; i i sorvft<: the. more efficient! he becomes.iind ,. DEATH OF JESSIE M'NEAL. pettit jurors I : : -
to do a thing it 11n'u", ,- work i until "- ;MUM by .Mi-I .1. T l Hurkhultei-! "- the better he the court instructed the grand jury in I ( for (be.oiri." e of count t \ onimissioner
the schfiiir has Ix-rn 111'1'1.1 l t lo a Chldl''n'lllt'atu'l', :\IJ',. Tucker.Heading The people have can a serve right U know!people (Contributed. ) their work and appointed II. N. Hrat- I of .cpola,( "'1111111'\' fi, ..ni lIi.td.tNo. )

1- successful/ conclusion.) That's u l I "The (Countt'ipiuir"- !Mrs. what their representative'is[ doing and The colored ppople of Kixximmeewitnc.sebd Ion as foreman. I :'J, nnd 1 solicit, ; tIn \uti' or' cve. 'ylomorrat

V wtatement of fact and not of hot l "air. 1C.: l.upfci.Stonvs V whore he stands and how he uses. o..j I IabtiMN a very sad funeral exercise The grand jury is composed of the at Ill<- pollm tho primary

V One Ilioirlli ago/( :a delegation of ;t with, the children\ Mis i W V (the pnwera entrusted to him, 'I yesterday, which was their last respects following: L. II. Cromailie, Ira I to be held .Tune :'J1 l914.l!> . .

V young men appeared bcfoie the board It. :Makinsoir: and h.- comes'with a message/ and tells 'I to Jessie McNeal Sr., who Weatherbee W. B. Harris. E. A. Nie-; I{ I I\NIKR.: : \*

and asked assistance in (organizing a What Are (the Chief Interests ol JUKI what his conduct during the past j.crossed the mystic border at 9 o'clock meyer, P. G. White J. J. Dann S. S. I

,, V baseball club a < lob I Hint' could anil Story T.lIinMrR., M. Munger. six. years has been It is a duty that'-|.I'Tuesday night. The deceased wa&. Huzza, J. A. Lancaster G. A. Gilbert i FOR !MKMKKK HOARD OK roiryrrCOMMISSIONERS. ) '

; would play a winning game, and t tbe Vocal I'olo-\II'H.: .1. T. BnrkhallerRcwiimg ..; the people should know and they born in Orange .county North Carolina :A. C. Chapman W. .G. McCI<>llan. F.. ( : : ; DISTRICTNo. ) !

i: board took kindly (to 1 hi- sclieiiiiand I "The I Land of Story Book. should take interest in public/ affairs ]! lie was seventy years old when L. D. Overstreet Thomas Drake. II : ::1.1.I t.I

: appointed a committee' to look fully --Mildrtnl Winn.,) because" it 'is their affairs. the end came. lie was a member of N. Hratton T. R. Mos I...)'. C. C. Harvey .1 I hvreby, announce myself. aia candidate

V V into the mattttr and i if Ill<' idei met Sloiy-lelbng--' Ii. I IJ. Waring.Liirht ", , When Senator Fletcher first went j I Magdalene P. H. church. He leavesa G. C. Broraton. R.;_:I D. Brown':. I i(I for I the oTi( < e of member of the

.' : with favor. on I the pull' t of I the publngeiverally I refreshments weu served.The itS thtrepresentative to the United wife son and other relatives to Hoard of County Commissioner fromlistrRt

'! . / ,"01 begin, .011"1111'| '" funds". "dI ; Mothers'( Self-Culture club will Status senate from, Florida the senate\ mourn his loss. Rev. R. A. McCloud UNCLAIMED. LmERSAT No. 't, ;iind solicit, tho vote of .

r '"., put the club on its feet. lia\e tin oien, riveting at the Chaptt-i was republican/ the house was rc-pub- otTicitaed at the funeral. all democrats al llju jinmuiry: to bebelli

t, I' At the meeting !Monday, mulrl! tin. I"lou, ...,. :May I Kth< Friday afternoon at licun and the prnsiHent was u republican -I ( (From the Providence Journal.) THE POSTOfflCEKlKHlmini .Ini,,. :L'. 1HJ!' I ; I

V committee reported, that IIHHIthai' I :t ::::0 o'clock The mothers of Kissim- / It was difficult under such conditionH I The department of agriculture announces .1 A ISI.ACKWKU:! ( .7

tc \ five hundred. dollais, had; hern Mill- 111(1 are, tonlially, invited.'! The m..>twill :, / for a democrat from the south with manifest glee that its V
scribed by our citi/cits, und (hut ,no''.1olHthird I IIII' be ,conducted, by :Misr. Wilte to accomplish/ muVh' but si nee then scientists have discovered a way to ' I'-lii' April; "_'7 t I I I.Vilx.rtlniil FOn1111) :: <:(R( SCIIMOI.( HOARD.DISTRICT () 4
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; ll t (ol I thi I In. v\ I smtlMK ( :NO.) I.I i.
of the "Ithlld been canvassed ho of TampH.liMiKKK It
V there has conic .1 i i hanjro and today 5pagate puckerless persimmons. ,' MaIn. < I I'M I
and thai t they\ felt I (.I,11111't I UK, I he ';'president. t the ,enaUand I the j4>pears that Japanese agricultural I j Annli' ): ItttMM St I L.i'1 Ch.irli, 1 hereby, minounoo? niysrlf a riiridi-
necessary amount of 'fifteen, liundiei, ( { HUAM: I house are all democratic ami it seems tricksters gave them the strange/ clue. i i Ahl<.. .:1I'H: ; Jlilthll: t Will (lOlL for re-eli'ction. 7 MS! ;a i nioinbei, of
Hill.H i t-;: Minn. Mis I -1.. L1 i the school I board I from, I District Mo I,
t i
f 'In dollars w..ulii I lie thcommg, I Onlhnu.se),, in town that sells au.it that it would l I. V The x-ommiltee also submitted diauings 1 i id who chairmanof persimmon' Is it "because of the ,12) I 'hi- 'i iHlln.i' ' and l aslw tho democrats( of Oceolaountv
t,,Minted, I linen ,collar T 1 I II.1 I Law01 change a man "i- now I I V-
V' of the gratidstand and! gi,iound- r.t-it! several i important committees and puckers anyway that it does not enjoy 1"' '''"", '',''. ;.Mix' K..I:. I l.l|. | ", in., M II" I li.il., ( for tlieirotes at the primary- eon
4 """| lM-ll. MfHH I l-.tlHOIIH M I UN .lime;. :2. t lll! 1i W. (' IAS
p which if arecplec( .], will) miM-t, all .ITuirements in a position to rendei 1 valuable service any popularity to mention outside KiiHliAnna K: tn Titniplx.ll >

r <] foi jeais' to come ( )]ilion \to his state and the country at I the Tar Heel state? It is hard to < .Mix.i Itli! ,liinilH.Mis, FoR cor.vn(){ : T.SSESSOR..
has been secured on grounds I that believe that would be \rchlbnlil Mn'IH I Ifiilllim. i t
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large to he put aside and an entirelynew a persimmon
MlHH SalllilaM., I.IK. I Ix'g to announce" to t the voterB of
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are near enough t" thecenter of the selected to thvpeople's I worth the consideration of a normal '
FLORIDA man represent I ('iiiiiis.I Mrs Hi-Hi. I K.IU-U.IS: :MispHHHlni. I Osceola) I candidate
county am a ,
'r V city to obviate the nec-rssity, Of USIIIK inf-rest:*. who would not befamiliar palate so long as any one of a dozen I I. <' MnrilifiriKKfl. for office of thjjt to
V to'iittcnd t I 1 the and varieties of fruit that will occur to 1' !E: Sloan. M.tin I 0"n' t-i\ assessor subject
; conveyances games with conditions and would '
I .
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n. .lulini-- Smith( I fill( I tbe aclitin, of) the deinocnitic
J V these ground's can J lu> purchased foi have t& spend the time to learn before mind is available. with or without the 1111,,, 1\1IMH I I'7, sal. 'l/" I', it 11...... 1:,,_., yhd I will I I t primary. 4
I uppieciate our' supportVV'
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V little money und -on easy terms t bis, usefulnesscould begin.Senator pucker llav.MlHH (.iilalicl Tuc k. I I.. .
It is the intention of (he board ol SHOULD I alter ,; ct Fletcher But why attempt U revise or '.
: now holds the ..10'I ( .111.||| \ :Atlss.Idllllfltoll
trade to appoint a pcinianent" baseball I amend the persimmon, take from it ,
; sition as chairman of the judiciary M I M l.l'lulKilKinltt FOR T \XSS ESSOI(.
V or sports commiUep, which, will, the one thing: which gives it charac ; \\ llliaiiiH,, .U",." IIt V V
.. committee, chairman of committee on I! II SI.M4SHNVOTII ;; I hereby announce my candidacy I forreeloctipn
1 have general at all I i rnitherGUfld ter? Why this insatiable zeal for
'Ul'el\'I.IOII and fosldenf of the InlandWaterways I ,, ,
,
> for the of
printing T V "M' I. I position tax assessor -
____ of wtwn-wrH--utlh7.t'rltor 1 what nature I -V. .
*, making over provided, "
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EXHIBIT I associationf All these posjtions ; | i in and for, (Osccnhi) county
V' sports of evety character. One, of even if some doubt ''may be had of her i: OK trii.K'ii< \ I.-IIM
; he said, are responsible ones 'I I .fully the
T < II titilAt. | apprcciiit support given;
the principal reasons why this scheme wisdom or good: taste ? The depart-
and should hibe defeated Florida
me by the citizens of the in
!NntUiIH hi'ii-li\ huh county
xUi'tl I tin nn-
appeals to our people 'IK that Kissim- would lose them and thus lose ment of agriculture: may next showus I .
to that I rHlKiH'tl' will apply' tu th Juiligc or the past and if r(' elected 1. promise the
V, mee will I be in position to i invite ROof >... extent her influence in th<- greatest; \ how to grow sotirless\ lemons-all Jhf i ('Ii,.uit ,..,lirl. Hi.\ftith juillclal c'lI- same impartial anti fcnrless
: V the big league nines to. practise I ready to make lemonade of, to the demoralization 'UU, Stat4.( Klnrirtn. In anti for nci'iila .. discharge
law-making body of our land. ,. of the duties of 1 the office,
V ,
i-nuiit\' on 'MomLti! I th Hrcoiul1a
here and if Kuch invitation was accepted -'J tAt The Panama-Pacific of the industry.The ,
lie aid his opponent had stated sugar < > or Jun. 1914. for, tho 11"0'1"0..,, WM' I BARBER.PROMOTED.
V the financial outlay of building. that he ( Fletcher) was not a good experts may produce olives someday ,.r an IIK"'O"" to i 10,* kllnwtl aH iii. .
I V this stand and fencing!: the* grounds democrat because 'Opposed Wilsonfor I that will actually taste good to Krftnri'B'lllaid. lTnloir of KtHHliiiinii.KlorldH tie ,
V2 would tenfold to our businoss I I the consumer the first time he eats ,
return
.
ExpositionI nomination for lie admitted ,
president. The ol IJO" t of Much col poi at I Iln" not
V. people the first season. V that he favored Oscar I one. Or horse radish robbed of its foi profit will hilu upholil and ailVHltce -

t ,. V While Kissimmee is without doubt I -- I' wood because he knew him I sting/ or cabbage that will boil with- jhi CjiltHiof teinpi-t; rtlli1In. thin
moral cities in the : under-I out smell cobless The einupihI> arid thrnu"h..ut tin* ntlttcof
of the most a or corn.
one ,
3 cause Underwood was a Florida. li Inculcate I 'the nrtnclpleniVf
''p, country still there is as much sporting -I I pimvniKD I ) THE F.MBAKGO! ( ONFRUIT ; the state of Alabama but wonders of nature? Puh! They are lotul: itliHl, :liit'ncr fi i oni all. 1 iiitoxtvitting : -

V blood here as. ran""t.' found any- IS UA1SKI IS OPINION I convention nominated Wilson he nothing by comparison with the won- HifiitirH and to 'adxocttto iirohlbitlon -
( 'I'hi* d I i-liartiT IK I
where on earth, and the great American KXPUKSSKI BY BOARD worked and! spoke and voted for Wilson I der of govern'mentscience.; .__ with the P7,0h)75 tl.Tk I : ,: tif saul: courtMHR now ontill s-V

V V game of baseball draws larger OF TRADK. I and he now hall'WIIR6n'Rendonoe- MAHY) K; AIII.TMAN! To the Highest Rank of Retail FoodI
FOR SALE-Florida Fire & CasualtyInsurance MRS MARION H MM.I.KH.
c 7 crowds than any other form of sport ment for re-election. I
I MilS ANNIK" M I'HATTKH; JI|sponsors
ever indulged. in. It is proverbial with company stock at $5.00 .
the Board of Senator Fletcher has invited Mr.Stockton MHS 11)I. IFANN.slits
V hard times during Last Monday night share. Address/ Box 288, Kis-
V Florida people to cry per KKTK1..1.K: 5iuItttWK1MI (
I him and divide time
i \ to meet
the summer, but Kissimmee ia not Trade of Kissimmee was very pleas. simmee_,_19-2t-p mn" and antly entertained by a very able discourse that they may in the presence of the < J'Iz. KRI1II4_ Altorni-y I Ifl..41 1 "
in the list of "hard-up" towns -
V fifteen hundred dollars is a small sum from lion. W. Walton O'Hara public and in the presence of-each other FOR SALE-First mortgage note for nilD' / I is,' Dependable
has the honorof make a clear and-honest statement well secured. Can also AnnouncementsFOR Prices
I. compared to the amount of money our of Nw York city who $250 placea ULfl f are Reasonable.
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have to their credit in the locapanki. holding the 1'0PItionof commissioner of the conditions and let him explain few safe loans at good interest. .. ) Stock Fresh and Complete
people of the Panama-Pacific International 'what he has done and why he did it, "lson Realty Co._19.lt ,
V but Mr. Stockton declines to meet him MEMBER HOUSE OF REPRE YOUR PLEASURE OUR
rV V exposition, which will be held i in San I PROFJT
Francisco, California, in 1915. and 'will not consent to a joint discussion FOR RENT-Two-story house, nIne S SENTATIVES'tSTATE OF. One Cake Tin "- *'

: NEGRO MURDERER It has bene announced that this of the issues. _ V rooms; large verandas; close. Salted bUC T
I hereby myself Tea Flakes __ __ _.. '
great exhibit of products from all the There were'quite a number of '}la- Geo. F. Parker. in'j announce as a candidate :
'
in
to represent Osceola county
; states of the Union will open its gatesto ---- Five Gallons "
: IN GEORGIA .. .the house of representatives the 65
CAPTURED .- -
; Kerosene Oil ._. . ._ COne '
; V '. the public .on'February 20 and remain I-IJ I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 'I I I 11 I I I I I I I I I I.I I I I I I I I I HI I I I I I I I Florida legislature, subject to the action -
open until October 20, thus giving of the democratic voters at the box Colgate's.
V'i / eight months. of exhibition during Talcum Powder 15c '
June primary. S. J. TRIPLETT.FOR .
AND BROUGHT BACK T4.p KISSIMMEE which time the various collections will BOOKS STATIONERY PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS

: MURDER COMMITTED be viewed by thousands and hundredsof MEMBER OF THE HOUSE OF One Pound "Ri injl' SunCoffee OC?

; AT WHITTIER IN 1912. thousands of visitors from all over REPRESENTATIVES, STATE (Steel Cut) 33C .

the civilized world. OF FLORIDA. I II Three Pounds Premiei, I

: Clifford Youngblood indicted for Commissioner (O'Hara IH maklpg a Being impressed with the sincerityof Breakfast Coffee $1 J .UU
tour of the state of Florida in the Appropriate the people throughout the
and who I I many
t murder nearly two years ago/ Five Pound Box
from the state at that time inte-n'sU of the exhibit that is desired county, who have urged me to. become 65c
,. escaped MarshmallowsPKKFKRRKI
was arrested this week af liarivesville (rom this state but the laws of California -: a candidate for representativein

% Cja. lie was brought to Kissimmee are such that unless" therejhould the lower house of the legislature, ) STOCK' TKA: ANt

V morning by Deputy Sheriff J. be some amendment or relief and also being ambitious to serve the COFFKK.; ;

Tuesday O. Stokes of the; Georgia town and along that line Florida will not participate people among whom I have been rear- Lad...'..' Shoes &

turned over to the custody of Sheriff in the exhibit., Graduation ed: I hereby announce myself as (Close Out )Osforil98c up

1 L. H. Ingram of this county and lodged Tile plan of the law all originally/ candidate for the position of repre- .
V written was to liar all citrus fruits sentative from Osceola county in the Men's-Shoes and i Oxfords /
in the Younghlood was
j jail.
county 1 39U
indicted at the fall term' of court in from the state of (Florida from the exhibition -I' lower house of the legislature subjectto (Close. Out) '

; November 1912. lie had become mixed unless first being/ inspected V the nomination at the June primary. Men's Punts. & Overalls
'by a commission of'Californians and PAT JOHNSTON>!,. 49 UD" 5-,
1 in some way with a' man named (Close Out)
up i1I
r4 Jack Johnson at Whittier, and deliberately then! ,if it was pot rejected it could be I Gifts .
V : FOR MEMBER OF LEGISLATURE.I .
exhibition ina
pulling his shot placed on jthed. butwotM"T50T ; '' '
revolver
1 ,
-- : This : fie pcn t.tet be either' I hereby announce myself '8S a can-
.. ,1o3rn3o111c1flThg1TrnmatantIy.; V didate for the from Osceola .
sold legislature '
or given away or shipped out of.
happened on the twentieth of August,
his thc state but must be burned or destroyed -, county and solicit the support
\ and made good
1912; Youngbldod TAYLOR'S'
the of the democratic voters in the June
4 on premises, i
and has been
not apprehended! ,
escape With such restriction that primary. N. C. BRYAN.
Vf as against :
V until his arrest arrest in Georgia. As soon Florida citrus fruit the state declined I Headquarters for Osceola High School :. I I
'I as the was made known here FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER,
.arrangements were made for his return to participate in the exhibit and then : DISTRICT NO. 2. .
and Pictures !
Pennants.
V Diplomas
it Mr. :
that O'Hara sent
was was out
4' and he will be compelled to face exhibition 1 hereby announce myself a candidate Phone 250. Quick Delivery.
of the
the grave charge lodged against him. as management a representative to attempt to induce the I Icitizens I framed at reasonable prices : I : : for from the District office of No-county 2, and commissioner solicit- 424 BROADWAY ''l

of Florida work V
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD to up an exhibit |
the vote of al1 democrats at the
primary
DINE AND MAKE MERRY under promise that the embargoshould ,
I be held June --
to 2 1914.E.
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be removed and the Florida
I I is.
The local order Woodmen of the L. D. OVERSTREET.
; t products all. permitted to be entered j

World held, a royal feast and get-to and exhibited on the same terms and Wenner-Sawyer FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER, No. SixSixtySixThis IIt

gether meeting in Fraternity hall conditions as any other state. DISTRICT NO. 3. ,
Tuesday night A large number of The board of trade extended a vote -
I hereby myself la a
announce as a catvdidate prescription prepared MpccUBy I
the members were present, as like- of thanks to Mr. O'Hara for, the 26 Broadway ", i iKiMunmee for re-election on the board of for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER I

3 V .wi e were the wive. and sweethearts rplendid! address and the explanation V ounty: commissioners from District Five or .li: doses will break cue ...* *t :

;, ; who were granted the privileges of he kave and went on record as favoring Florida No': 3, and solicit the votes of all democrats If taken then .. a tonic the Fever any 'viI DIll "A
the occasion. The usual social hour ; the exhibit provided that Florida I at the primary to be held June return. Il act on the liver better UHB ."J'\:'

;t was enjoyed by all, at which time is given the same privilege aa are' ''ac I 1111111111111111 I ii'i' i n n 1111111111111 i i IMH 1111111' 2, J914. A. F. BASS.:! ; Calomel and doe not ripe or alck_. 25et'* .

# Woodman hospitality shone with orded'to other Ilt teS. I'V.. .. .. .
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"., 'OSCEOLA COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC mee During the administration of u..
OF INSTRUCTION
4 this sketch of the schools df this i iI present superintendent the school:

shall date back to November, I. ... above referred to, situated in ;N
1 which time I first ..rrived.il1ee. ,I : I. was burned and it became ,
,
to provide another ,
larger
Kissimmee had been es-
t. I'I'I better-equippedbuilding to meet* *"
hed only a short time before, and I
'Were'probably between two and 1i requirements. Accordingly within ;

hundred people living here. It i pans after the building was ''s1

then of were set 01\' foot which
a portion Orange county: b'
i schools were managed by the in the erection of the pree- i

ntenderit of public instruction ofI school building; ,which wa com

county, Hon. J. F. Banks being ted in August, 1909 It is one of +
''
intendent. The school building largest and most commodious and
.. equipped buildings. the state ,.
istecl
of one small room located onouthwest
corner of the McIntosh k 4J t tIrrwr ": wa thought at.the time of erec S Fl.
.' ) ) to be ample for all for
in North Kissimmee An effort purpose. "
least twenty year, but the rapid t ''G'
being made to construct another
1 wth oft ..
school/however showed .
ding at a more central point, and """"
fallacy of this opinion, and has '
+ a building was being erected onsite .
of the present school buildings '; it necessary to have ,addi
j '' quarter, so that in April 1918. '
of t
t a one-story one
building
1'I
and was built and paid for by II I school board purchased the old

Bryan and W. A. Patrick. There II i im I j y1ik :Mcthodiatvchurch: building which 1*'
I r r being used for primary grades;' '
...
no churches here at that time, ,
.this-school building was useo', by 4- The financial: Bids of it is very in-,
L'a. _, : : and shows the total taxes
I)various denominations for their y
4I, aed in the beginning for school
ieea as occasion would permit, and j
a'' ng the week, of course, it was used I I in Osceola county wa $8y-
i 1 school based upon a millage of 4H.

"he first purposes.recollection 1 have of this ..-r. the year 1899 there was an In-

.ding was in 1883, when ; A / to approximately $7,505.63., :!

ttended November'; it was not i we notice for 1918 we will eee "'

and there no seats in wonderful Increase in the amount
plete were
I
j I school ..taxes paid,' namely: f&8. "'
the Iced ,
and I ground
a* approached rd tI G. w OVERSTREET. .
-.H'' ?
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I Dr W. J. Sears with one or ]
others assisting him, carrying j i iae I At the present time the school of .11

r planks into the 'building, which W.
re placed across blocks so as to I I -. ___. h:. ., : .-=-. I and the enrollment the .Os
r ---,- high school bas passed the
seats. I do not recall who led seven
provide I
s teaching at that time,' but not ,: in principalship of the Kissimme. | until 1908, mark, with a splendid corps'
F.
III' thereafter Mr. J. Mack! Towne, school by Prof. W. T. Laine and the ,1 burned on the night of Jul teachers in charge. It might be m-.
school at this time had reached a to know that at least '
the some
ow of Tampa, taught for one term. meentime the state
I point where the salary of all was on '' the "uniform the teachers have been employed'
nor to the formation of Osceola high
+ unty in 1887, probably in the latter 1 i the basis of $1.50 per month, amounting '" Osceola high school : ..-same eapadtyoftheadi ,l fur'. ": "
to 283.90 for the month of Janu- "
linu = ] tltitirrentyyears. ;,
r board of
part of 85 and 86, the school pursDtrig course i
ary4889rBy- this time'-tmr-BChootH-! vided In the meantime the wonder
city of 1
'
range- county: appointed 'trtlJt! esror'the by a committee of t
Kissin mee'school as follows: Rev. of the county had been thoroughly 3 tors provided for this Cloud has been established and baa .Gt

i fC. E. Jones, Hon. J. M. Bryan Capt. established, and much progress was r hSr erintendent Ilinton's term the second largest. school ia the "7

ER.'try. E. Rose, Judge T. M. Murphy and being made under the management as pired 190, at They have a verey. ipleadid
it then existed.
.William Cannon. I believe I am not was. succeed by the buUdlng-t equipped with modern r

(wrong when I say that this board of Pror. W. T. Lain was succeeded in Sears, who Is the son of -the:-necessary eorp* -4 ,
'
h (trustees was the first to provide for I principalship of the Kissimmee school erintendent of the Bounty; teachers, efficient in all the

nine months' session of school. The By Prof. F. J. Smith, whose salary for W. J. Se...., who has aaalpe4'covering the 'high '. ,

)' (funds derived from Orange county the month'of April, 1889 covering F p + , lice from that time to department It may be well '

.+ were not sufficient to extend for this himself and all assistants, was 21742. t date. During the time, know that during this same period
'
;., 5 period. This board requested the city During this administration a course I following gentlemen ; state laws' have materially wr

i ,'- council to provide additional funds for t>f study was provided for the various school board at various .. At the beginning. of the pe. y

*, the extension the term, and it was departments of the school, and it was I dition to those already the board'' of public instruction' I"

s _,> done. This was the beginning of the then that the shoo: was first designated W. Hm, Geo. J. *, composed of 'five member ap

K system which worked so beautifully I Osceola.high School. In I Strickland. C.'E. by-the: eo..rnoy.-J&, "was sub- ,

t V for many years in maintaining a term I ber, 1890, J. V. Spears, Novem-I I blin, W. C: Bass, E. E... hanJred to a board of three'.

9 of'..ight to nine months. ent, removed to Texas_ and OverstFet.f . elected by.the-''people. The y,
ffh.' 1887 Osceola formed board of public instruction\..
county was C. A. Carson to act as his d When "
Proto F. B.
*' _nd the governor was required by the til January, 1891. C. A. Carson, hav- trustee of the local school '

i l>act creating the county to appou t of'gand ing declined to be a candidate for ''the|, succeeded prinetpalship Professor of the from. "three to five,"as they might
*' Tby ; ". Subsequently the 'fawwa.
", in accordance with this he county treasurer to succeed himself; had ')
foa'number a
Dr. W. J. Sears superintend- of d and. provided for one super .
t was appointed county superintendentto ,efficient ..
instruction and 1 P. first'alll.tant. of the school. 3 W. Thompson ..;.
tv succeed 'J. V. Spears, 4s soon. as "
Hughey, J. V. Spears. William P. Morgan his office as treasurer\ expired, which i office Simpson discharged the supervisor of the Osceola high ,
with marked
'.? D. 'J: Sumner and Robert Ln- was January, 1891, tht board of public Lb e.intil ill-health and has been' for a number f. .
*
.
Martin, the first board of .p'ublic indructlon. instruction at that time being com- "fit nation. lie ; t.. "' -

i.. the law then requiring five posed of Dr. W. J.Sears, S. now a
n. members," and C. A. Carson, treasurer. and C. F. Prevatt. During this adminIstration b .' Atlanta. Upon Professor kept pace with the development of A''
The board organized for business Au-> -:the' salaries of the schools OsoeoIS high school pursuing '
rireraent Prof
Don
-10'gust 29, ,1$87, as shown by the following were fixed at definite amount'ratherthan borough of study that fit readily into .
who is
j county high school It'' is safe to
course. ,
;' certificate: on a per capita basis, .as hereto-- ing 'law: er.ett fort" 'OJI'L that :
:<" t'Kis lmme\J.\ : Fla., Aug.: '29, .1887-1-: fore. A strong effort was\!; made dun ,,1Iim, and was in oneryear growthand'no school system has shown 3
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this\ administration also to nlao development nor
: At a meeting:of the board of public ing i Prof. Marvin Smith, sent into the world graduates who'
1., instruction for Osceola county; Flor- the schools on a high moral basis, as practising physician In demeaned themselves; ;,
cred
-S; '"Ida. held in the office of the county evidenced by the following action tak Upon Professor Smith's in more ;
their subsequent lives than f
K.: judge, L. P. Hughey, J. V. Spears and en by the board: 1st. Absolute refusal Prof. R. M. Evans succ the 'Osceola high school::. May Its
5'. to appoint a man well-known .of I
Motion
.Wm. P. Morgan were present. I principalship; and still and development continue
.; L. P. Hughey to organize and elect intemperate habits, to teach intone of I very important position. more rapid in the future than 10

., :' 'Wm., P. Morgan, chairman, was carried the public schools although all the and untiring attention to has in the past! ;;,,
'r and the organization was com patrons of the school petitioned for i j jI I he has succeeded in .

plete. his appointment. 2d. Removal of W J. SEARS, most excellent school,

', "j '"On this day, Sept. 5th, A. D. 1887 teacher during the middle of the term Superintendent Public Instruction Osceola County. creased In numbers and 0 +40 +000000000000 ,- '
j
r, personally appeared before me W. J. for excessive indulgence in morphineand .---"'---"'- ;;r .,if== .. _. til at. the present time the .. it
f J Bears- and Wm. P. Morgan who, be liquor. 3d. Removal of teacher exceeds seven hundred. KISSIMMEE SCHOOLS 4 "
and that who .showed marked imprudent or indiscreet ccola high school of Kissimmi-e had I lion I II. C Stanford: W W. Chandler, ,
ing duly sworn, depose say I' still as it has been for the TODAY.
of his shown the greatest growth, of course C S. Acrre members of the o
attention pupils. board.
,'" the above language is a true and correct 'I to one ;years--regarded as in the
.' copy of the articles of ora-aniza-I I During. this time Prof. W. B. Hinton fo that the total salary at this time Much progress was made under the j jluimmfstration Florida public vi'hools. (R. M. Evan. Irt

tion' of the board of public I became principal of the Kissimmee :, was $350 for this .school. 1'rofesHoi which lasted until +

,' foiOsceola county, Fla. "TV. J. Sears,' school, but resigned: and was succeeded Ellis continued as principal until the 1 ll'O.V 1 believe I am correct in saying This is evidenced by + .. + +. . + + +0400 ':- +
b I opening of the fall session of 1895, 'that 'in the last four .
this
',!. Sec. and County Supt., and William P. by Prof. W. C. Dodd, who continued- during administration a very state .
: MorgaKi, chairman. in this capacity until the close of the! being succeeded 1/y Profs F. B. Shipp, har.dsomQ: school building{ was erected, 'ferment the Ovceola high I, has for years had the

4. /Sworn to and subscribed before meN spring session in 1892- Professor Hin- who continued as principal until the being a frame building of twelve. I I come first in three of : I tf.ion of being a supporterof P

-tfclsfithday.of Sept., A. D. 1887. John ton-having-been-et as-asristant.-J fall oL 1900. Tho- salary-of--principal l-- -roomsPticcost-of' { whtcrtivx.. } provided'8-Minn -fee Cariion for: dec J hhu<' l...---Long--faefgre the wriUir

MJrLee, clerk of the circuit court of In the fall of 1892 all the Schools open- at that time was $90 par month.It for from three ,sources: 1st. By sub. ]the State Teachers': as this article thought of coming here j

.' 'Osceola county, Florida." ed under very auspicious circum- was during this administration of cription of $1,500 by the city council: 'Land; Miss Jean Thomas teach he frequently heard of the

'j stances with 'a full corps of teachers :the county affairs that the school *'d.! Uy subscription of $1,500 fjom I!spelling contest at ; work being done in the school
.i _..At this meeting twenty-one schools t board adopted the policy of furnishing the board of 'Harold Puzza the
I with Prof. D. L. Ellis of North public instruction; Hit. ;ft Kissimmee, and when the oppor-
M , wJV established and trustees number were ap- | lina as principal of the Osceola caro.// J free schoolbooks throughout the coun Ky private-subHeription. 01 :jUjOl The I'association in Ocala Fla. of becoming principal of this -g,
for quite of these
il-'pointed a
school. the I ty, and this proved a very ,conomicalway buildingcommittee charged with The him
cry', the law then provided ftor I Ii During the hoard is at the was offered he was not +
'.a trustees schools, as rather than for' supervisors, Professor, Elite the school was thoroughly ;- of supplying books: and advanced erection' of thjs building was composed I I posed of W. C. DaBS, G. W. to acecpt the position. : ;

1 ? The first of the Kist graded; a new course of study I school 'progress esperially in the of ( A. Carson, J. W. Watson, J. M. and W. W. Chandler. It is one thinks of Kissimmee and her ,. ,
trustees
I, t as now. country schools, largely. !In the Wilson; H_ C.
and series of text- very Stanford
provided P.
,
school Rev. C. E. a new A. Van note that the present -we now have more than one
; t "limmee, public were books adopted. During this adminis J meantime another election had been Agnew: The contractor who built the and the present chairman mind naturally turns to the r'
i; f' R. E. Rose, lion. J. M. .
'.' : Jones, Capt. Oliver.; tration also. the county schools were held and in January, 1897, the school house, which proved"to-Jig a very I oard first attended school -that have Inspired success, and
i T T. M. Murphy, J. S. ..
Bryan pfficials were--n-foHow +-- W. .U. Hinton modern and substantial
; extended to seven months, although. i structure was i nal building of one-room, men and women who have made
; ; also made for examinaM
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r's'yProviaton' was then I the levy for school pur see in the superintendent of public .instruc- J. W. Thompson., It served its purpose the: McIntosh block in school* second to none lit the state.
If"'tion,; for teachers, as there were === : -- -
: mills .
f county was only four In the of '
11 state uniform examination laws. --- -- among causes success

,';;. I1' '. 'Jio' The school term was established atm' I ary, 1893, the same school Janu-I I fact that the people of Kisslm- n s

,"' months, and the following p'rovi- school superintendent qualified have worked together for the good ,
L other term, having been elected the schools have
P vP made for the of and not let differ- {
,':1 J Ef Cteachers} was: "Payment of teachers payment shall I November election. In March. 1893, t I of politics or religion enter into
: C. A. Carson resigned as superintendent work of the education of their
r of attend- .
be for schools an
average
.t ; advising the board in the following +
from ten to fifteen inclusive, $20 The people may have had ,
ance '
\ of his action "March 6 1893 '
+
: .
way of opinion about othef'
j schools averaging above /
month .
'irt 4is per ; Board of Public Instruction of Os-
: fifteen scholars, $1.60 per scholar per but when it came to the que-.
: ceola County: to of their
schools they have worked
teachers holding first
nth. and forwarded t.
1110 advise that I have to "
you ; for their'advancement. An
tie certificates to be entitled to 20 i .
4'c L additional The first Governor Mitchell my resignation of cause that ha* contributed to the i
cis cent; pay. superintendent of public instruction, .
_ '1-1 rants issued to.teachers from thenty : of the schools is that men of
) : to take effect successor is
\ as soon as a and character holding the of
shown the records
o i'' -tF as by were qualified This is done because private -, 1
of superintendent and! meMbers rt
rf :..' ,I. \/ollows: Mrs Octavio Browpr $.20; interests suffer from lack of I
prop the county board have> given freely
'Mr J. H. Steffee, $20; R. M. Bridges,
attention while I this
er
t\\ occupy position. their time and enthusiasm to make
immeeschool.
: in the Kis
Tor the teachers-
all w
If- I for moment that
\ 'w believed, a schools real and- vital forces for
FParker F.
$26f-G-r $40.50
l ; ,
; #
the interest of the would-suffer
I county both at the time this service was
::H. Bickford, $;w A. II. Erring color. .
; 1y
by this action it would not hare rendered and ;
during1 ueceeding
'. .d $33. The salary of the superintendent it.1 f rz
A been taken, for there is nothing so im' \1 Gaf Kissimmee and Osceola f f
fixed at annum.
$300 *
wa per .
portant to all oar people as our educational TL
above, Prof. R. M. Bridgeai ewe a debt of gratitude they: 'r

-,!, 'was indicated principal school No. 1 and *erved A. Carson.) interests." Yours..ry. truly. ,. C. ( h never; fully tfiky to such men a- ,
Searsee-bfather and lOn-Fa.
: uj f for of During the
< a term year ,
r. '>' ar.1888'Wm.. :]P. Morgan, chairman I'. Gov. H. L.' Mitchell then' appointed , Hinton, Carson, Stanford, "I e s

ifV'of'the I school board, died (Nov. KM i Prof. W B.yHinton as superintendentand 1 Bass, Overstreefc. Chandler*
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.
1888)at); the age of years,) he' discharged: the duties of 'thoft'iee .. v.1 .l I el. the other who have from'tin* '
: "f time served school officials ia ,
.ahown himself anveffichnitworker acceptably.until January > a* \ w.
very ;
I having ;
; an honest and upright gentled I 1895. at which time he was succeededby ;., 11 county. havelalt J '
t Rev. F. had been too the teacherwho > 4 a .
11'' _)' -'man in all positions; and having Farnswqrth'who a ,
t .ef gnat'aid in the establishment of chosen at the tall election.. r The board ; her *o faithfully/ years gb.e'a. IF 'r,

.*, achooL'In the county. .In Janwry I'as reorganized ,af that time was.port- y r"t "ktave.a large allaN in the OCOMW 0:, '
: 't .I .
? .r.. '1889. J. V. Spear succeeded Dr. w.Ssarsrafcounty J. posed 'of'C. ACarson, C."F..,Prevatt Ii .. "!"'" ,\ schoolstoday.SimWn .,'- Shipp.and" EDI i:. 'l J':4i s"
b and Wood and .Bmi*
.:t sup.rinbndent.hp.yt.tngbeen ..", and A. S., Campbell" All the.MboCIIs t ..,' : t+ r /J
: elected,in. Nonmber.18ss. of the' county .-were' .prosperous and .. 'PROF..It.'N. .. :.EVANS, ,. .,;:" ; be' *6enUoned aaMrnir those wbq' ;)

-.* #t' be school: board at,,thi Urns consist-, flourished nndar.the corps .r eachan )it ... -.: .. ..' '..v,' T, & eC antirbigly'earschonls. >f t and r the tW, advance-aeeowrt-';" d.J.. l '

rn : J. M. Bryan. 8,. previously; selected.:At:thi j time .thebeeu.ia ,. ..... .withooT;' < r-4 '
( c9 _
.dfllleDypT.,6amn1 ( ,! _i'i.' :- -tneemplite mtntton- '
,; (,:; i ',. LaMatx,i salaries -.of. the;school:fad " ... ;<: ; ,.Jf "':' ;: ,.,... "I"J' :; 1M.kSoti" Mia.'E m.MiVoweltwid..MJka Hary"-t": *" ,,'. .0

, '''(-1:'n.,,' #fot'Jfcll;: ..,BrJdCH.-" .turaegd-f. creased- z ".:-to J ome7,pxteatr:< buty'J the. ,O v >'. !i. .i---. 9a :.t.. '9 c ; P4'..../;wllo; have -;, ach,:}.--:'''''' a. }

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e .. o I r' I IJf ever you yearn to be'wtse .stady; .

quarter of a century of their lives to i 't children. If the great:army,.of'' phif.\ x.;

S, ,rthecaus. of education in ,/Oseeolacbuttty b { 1[anthropiats ever exterminate sin ant if

? r 1 t pestilence, ever work out our race eat,
The school has prospered! in the' pa.t 1I I' ration/ it. wiH be because a Jittle child ;',
,and Is in a h' althy state of growth tot 1I,,hall led... ..

f' day. W. have. erne of the very best I I, This being true, there-is no money
x? bulldlngsMn the state, and one that I fa l that'can be'spent-that will bring in '

equipped with every modem conveniences greater! returns than that spent upon

F and, in addition, we have a comfortable ' . the'children of today,' provided I It.ls'' w

i. three-room building for the i I spent in the right way. i j.J
small children at a distance of three 'We need two more school'buildings: ''J',"
blocks front the main building. Pictures for the four lower grides, entirely ;::
class / I!": cue
the walls- of our "
adorn t"-" separate! from the grammar and )high' I
rooms, and the lighting and ventilation < with plenty of land-around Ji
'. Y'I" ,, ,, schools: it-;
1 for the entire school are practically and belonging to it, for a playground II
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could be desired (i'he playground ... .I r' "
all that : :. ,I and :school garden. I cannot help but ;"
but not HUHIciently l
areattl"ICt1v '
all the '\\\0'\ kwonder at the short-sighted policy that.permitted '
large to accommodate f _ all that land back of our. .
children. We have' at last found Home '. \ .1;
t '
the school r "'" school f house to be boul'ht.up\ by PI' :::01
trees that will 'grow on I' '
;. If 'Ut vatiindividuals when it is so muchneeded I t
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will in few 1l
grounds, and these a years I. .. and
t furnish shade for the children, and at 1>Jthe boys .girls of the

r the name time make the school Kur- .town, ;\\\t:

round ings more attractive. "i-I 1 I''n') \ M, i ''''''y f.ii. illvts.nnd dens ,'.I
Our library contains more than four P\IIII\: r and I glare and sin !) "" ,
volumes. l'li-nt\ nC-iiioin: (or nrlHon pensIt .j'"
y hundred carefully alerted 1 fir .acct 3 Ciithi'l- thirrlminala In!) 'U'
and these are eagerly read by a large I'll I in i \ nf" iniim for )Ills and Court, ,
.\ number of children. The hook of reference _ i \\ Illinu' ., noimli to pay) ,
in the library while not very .r I.n ,in t i i < pliK'i' for thc lads to race, ,
itT ,+, l place to play!
schools r NIL n" \i i a
complete, al'etood, and the I ,i'
possess a number of unabridged and '1 1'1! ] MM" nf iniim for atrop" and stores ,
J dictionaries. i Mjitniniiii, ,muHt, have the beat!) ""
other '
1 j. I'lintv of room for the running sores "
The combined physical I (''hepli..ala TII..I ml I In the flty'a.t breast!
biological laboratory is one of the 1 I'l.Titj 1 of room for the lures that lead
be found in Florida high Tin'; In arts uf our youth aatroy.Km .
t inset to any IT: I
interested T MI-M r n "ii-iit, on a playground apent.- la t
intensely :
,/ school, and the pupils are v No. nt VIT a place to plan :
in their e" ewerimental work. J ol. ,
y The school has more than doubled i I1)), MM nf room for s..ly io1.. and halla. ,
within five nix I I'll ,nt"f, room for art : :.J
enrollment or years C
I rii ni "of room for teas and balls 't'?
i the high-water mark having reached I 'la tint m. MfiKf and mart. \' r
to seven hundred and thirty-five. We -T: 11-- 1'intjil" ,, IN the i city -ahc* finds a place teachers __ I-'or. III.IMV, ,, a (1I<.today, '
now have nineteen regular on T-t-- I But sh,-'. more than blind If aha fallatil 1
+ the faculty, and this does not include Tlml,,
1 t the teacher of music the teacher of .\ place for the boys to play.iille i

; expression, and the instructor and : t ilii-m ii chance tor Innocent aport,
.w, leader of the high school orchestra. .;1\ "* than a chance for fun- V
Teachers in the Kissimmee schools are a Kctti, : a plaurciund plot than a court '. ml'
required to have high grade certificates i VIM! II Till, wni'H the, harm ,. done! '

no person holding less than a II i i iii\i-; them now.Tomorrow. a 'hanc-If you stint them kht., .

first grade certificate being allowed to > uu'll nave to pay a-k.f
teach a grade. .\ larger bill for a darker ill. s+l
Sn Kit them. a place to play. .4.
e. The orchestra is an organization , .

I made up mostly of high school pupils;, I This was written for a larger citjr . '
from'some of the .
with lower a grades.few persons It now has nineteen I .""'4--.o1..t. .,\.",. ,. .. .............' 'I''. .". than ours, but it applies equally well "j
I I to this. Our present school ground
pieces, and those capable of judging ORIGINAL OSCEOLA COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING.
is entirely inadequate to the needs of ; '
.
the music __ __ .;:
i such: matters say produ.-ed'i - -- .u "_ the five hundred boys and girls of '

cannot irations be In surpasesd cities many by times the size' mar school, silver medal given by Capt. grammar and high school grades; we small room, partitioned off from the have always responded generous to varying ages who now occupy it. I''

of Kissimmee. I K. E. Rose. need singing and drawing taught in all principal's, ventilated and lighted onlyon any demands that we have made upon Then there should be a separate i

IA The high school maintains, two ex- For general excellence in the high the grades; we need better organized one side. The desks were homemade them. I am convinced that there is high school, and the present building .

t\\ cellent\ literary societies-the. Utopian school, a gold medal is given; by CaptR. athletics, an enclosed athletic field anda and uncomfortable; crowded so scarcely a person .In Kissimmee who should be turned over to the grammar :r '

and the Stenolakee-and these organizations E. Rose. gymnasium with "showers" in connection close to the wall and to each other 'does not love the school and"all i it< school, with rooms for manual train- fJ
are doing much to bring out For excellence in mathematics with the high school; we needto that there was scarcely room for the stands for, but I wi 'h that many of ing and domestic science, in charge of" ..;.

:latentlaifintff::: : 1)t:\their members: the high school, a gold medal .is given direct systematically the play.j twenty pupils and teacher.,. The.black- them would learn more about us than : teachers trained for that work. No 4
'
,.r' One society meets one Friday and the by TWr. M. Katz.- ground "activities of the children ; we board was asmall one, hung so high they now know. "If seems to me that : one can study the education Of"" the ,.

b other the next, and a healthy rivalry For beat girl declaimer in the high' need less home work, and more schoolwork I that the smaller children had to standon if I had children I could not turn them presentday; without seeing the; need .
exists between the. societies as to school, a gold medal i is given by Mr. -and this probably will requirea a box or a chair to reach it. over to a person of whom I knew absolutely for training the fingers as well as the

which shall produce the better pro C. A. Carson.. longer school day); we need the cooperation For some reason Miss Oliver's assistant nothing, without at least attempting I mind, or, rather, for training the mind

ti grams. Since these societies have been For best boy declaimer in the high of all good citizens with the resigned, and Mr. Farnesworth to find out something about I through the fingers. The great ma'J
p organized: marked improvement has school, a gold medal in given by Mr. officers of the law in enforcing the I I asked me to take her place, which I did that person. jority of the youth of today fails to> I

been noticedinthe -ability -of high A. SL Nelson. ., state cigarette law; w"need a com jin January, 1895, at the munificent Teachers have come into the community I get the old time training that was onoe -+
school pupils to appear before public Fdr the best essay writer in the pulwory education lav .;.Jwe need tp have salary of twenty-five dollars per and gone away without hav- i given in the shop, and upon the farm '"
audiences without embarrassment. grading class, a gold medal in liven' by children kept off the streets at night; :I I month. ing met the parents of many of their I'' and the school should supply it. p'J
Xis Athletics is given encouragement Mr. E.; Nelson Fell. we need the co-operation of all good :, I do not remember the exact enrol- pupils. They know absolutely nothing' There should be some limit placed 11

here, but possibly this feature of For the. best ll-'round athlete in 1 citizens, in our efforts! to arouse in ment that year, but I distinctly recall of the home training and environment I upon the number of pupils taught by ik

!v' school activity has not received the the high school, a bronze medal Is the children the feeling of civic pride ,I the crowded condition of the entire of the child, except; what they learn anyone teacher. Last year I had an ;s.
amount of attention its importance de given by Mr. R. M. Evans. which will Inspire them to build uP'' school, the difficulties under which during the house of associtaion in the enrolment of sixty-five and an avecj \{

serves. An annual field day meet has The following gentleman, by giving and not tear down an.d to make Kis ,, Mr. Ellis and his corps of teachers labored school room. age attendance of fifty-four. I do not '":;'

been inaugurated, a medal is given to prizes to the_ winner of the_various simmee indeed a "city beautiful ;" we and the good work that was It is useless to say that it is the believe that pupils in the lower Trades t4-
the beet all-around athlete, and other events ih the' recent field day exercises need the indulgence of all for our done by them. teacher's business to find out these should be allowed to do tiny night !)

.'' Inducements are being offered to make encouraged the cause of athletics mistakes, applause for OUT successes, Mrs. Clay Johnson had entire chargeo things. There are many reasons why work, but with that number and only "ii:'

s'f athletics among both the boys and the in the high .school : Mr. M. Kali, and sympathy and co-operation every the grammar school, Miss Gower they cannot unless met at least halfway one teacher what was to be done but ,''f'

girls attractive and beneficial. Basketball Mr. J. I* Overstreet, :Mr. M. Tiller, day of the year. taught the fourth and fifth grades, by the mothers, who as a rule, ask'help' from the people at home? ...,;. ;!
and baseball have been played. Mr. Lawrence Tresn, Mr. C. A. Carson, while I had the overflow from the primary I. do not visit the teacher, either at her Having seen this school grow ami III!

i here for several years, but it is proposed I Mr. Frank Vans Agnew, Mr S. II. a aaaasaa4aaaaaaasaaa department, so' that in January, home or at school until there is a improve 8S it has'done during the past ;.tt-
to make an organized effort next Bullock, Mr. W. R. Hards and Mr. aa 1895' ther were only six teachers in cohiplaint to be made, tier do they twenty years, and knowing the place :'
o year to. put the Osceola county high C. Johnson for the Osceola Journal.It MY" WORK AS A .TEACHER the Osceola high school. invite her to their homes. They mere- it holds in the hearts of the people ofthis ,,

t_ aebool' amonA' the best schools of the may be well to state here- that .* The next yen* I had about thirty ly ignore the. existence of these peo- town and county, I am not inclined ; *I p;
state in the matter of athletics as wells the Boys' Athletic association invested > (Mary C. Bryan.) + pupils and Was given a room in the ple, who com: among them for one or to place any limit to its future' \,

t'fi tilt alone other lines of school activiaUea al| cash prices in. athletic goods, etc., .> I I II' old opera house, now used as a placein two years or perhaps lono-er, and have development and usefulness. I do not ,
\ 80 that no winner could be charged: * + * <+ a84A'4a + aa + O + alI which to store furniture. so much to do with moulding the characters hesitate to ask for the! immediate' "C

It,, ia'a' matter of pride thus' that I with .being professional athletes.i I i I t j jnonthl' Year after year the enrollment increased and determining the destinies building of the separate high school
our school J has;within- the few years The following persons will be graduated ) In 1894 was teaching a five until the second and third of the 'younger'generation. . on the, site of the old Methodist church.: :

$ just; past taken the following prizes \ from the high school on' the' term at Pleasant Hill, a little grades together became too large for i School to tee many mothers, is That should .be completed this sunw; ,
' ' '' country, school house and church combined and the second grade.was merely a'place to which John liter so that there ,
} and medals! ; night of May 7l one person or Mary may be comfortable
''at some .ten miles south of Kis.simrnee given to Miss1 Virginia Parker be sent-for few hours each rooms for all the *
Twenty-nine prizes the Tampa Nathan Bryan Edward Newton aaraduateof may a day children r now inf;i r,
.
XH .tall'. In '$06. Harold Buzza'Nellie-Calkins, Eleanor the school. j i and kept: out of mischief that long. school, otherwise', when school begins- ._.

> State declamation contest gold med Moseley, Alys Johnston, Alice StuU-, Mr. Francis Farnsworth, an Englishman .In the meantime.a large and well-''I This ought not to be true in' any not September two divisions will be

? al for best speaker at'DeLand In 1910 Lucy Witherspoon. well known at that time for planned school house had been erectedin rase. There ought to be the closest without a place, for both the third andi, .:.
+'. -Won by Inez. Carson. his splendid Christian character and{ the place Of the first overcrowded and friendliest; co-operation possible eighth grades need two teachers now. -
N' State .contest at Tallahassee The school is in a prosperous" condition upright life, was county superintendent j i| and inconvenient building, and there between mother and teacher. No other The unmary' building and other departments -

8 '+ S in selling. dal and $100 in ; there i IR a genuine fe..llnlof of publ.ic instruction. He visited i was a room and teacher for each t\\'<> people in all the world will can: be put off, but there is
,gold for the best Ipe-lJer-Won! by loyalty loth.. school on the part of my little school more than one?, and !I grade below the high school.! ever haveo much influence over the an immt-dia'te and pressing" need to. ..tIA
y .Jean Thomas.tt teachers, pupils and people; hut thereare one time spent an entire day with us, j Not knowing how Kissimmee 'was ( li'ld us these two, and what a pity separate the high school from the other -
Rollins college' athletic contest in still Rom? things: we luck that much to my own and the children's destined to "grow/ ," we thought w that they shoufcl ever misunderstand; grades.
must of needs;-its, come !before we can pleasure and could ask little each oth' -- .
f. 1912. Bronze: medal for second place profit. [ no more, dreaming; or antag'inize, *r. - ::
K: in 440-yard dash-Won by Lacy John- have the .school. "we would like to have In Kiskimmee Mr. i O. L. Ellis was that goon each grade would increase Hasid Starr Jordan )his said : fi--; {. { { } aaaa40a '
son. nnd the one thiU "Rituimmee\: deservesto principal Mr. Shipp, assistant till one teacher would be unable to There i is nothing in all t the world so fiC '

''r4 } State declamation context at Ocala, have. pal and Miss Oliver had charge princi'l handle it. Now, there are three t-ach- i uporUint' as children, nothing so in- II"\I\TI-: :: UUill; -0-

e t t 1913. Gold medal I for best speaker We red n high school building primary department, teaching all of ers in the first. grade, and two jn all t"i, '-tintr. If ever you wish to go in {:. IH'IUII'II: (; \ :.NECESSITY.r SCHOOL: ,
. t Won .by Harold Buzza.s apart from the ,lest of the school ; we the first three grades herself. I the other Jfl'lldes..bf'low! the high school for iorr'e form" of philanthrophy, if a ) -00 '

Spelling contest ,at Orlando MidWinter need domestic .soienre, commercial. That year she was given an assistant except the third and eighth. ever yon wKh to be of any real use in {. ( \111..118 Lt'lln'r. '
4 Fair, 1914-Eleanor Moselv: work and manual training in the and; that assistant had a very This school (board and the citizens the world, do something for children. ) O ''';'
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lint prize of $15; Edward Newton --- - ----- --------- - -- ----- --- =--- = : -- ---- - -- -- . ... .'- .... _'._ ." .. .. .
AL -" -- -- -- - v .n '; r-, > *;. Q O ;"
second prize of $10; Nellie Culkins! "
fourth prize of $3: ; Frank "Calkins, M' M?.. g.. . There is no loyal citizen of Kis- "2
fifth prize: of $2. '",'J,. 8imni..o whodoes, not! and rightly so, i
f! ,' South Florida athletic* meet at Tampa '' ''u' fee 1 a pride in our In'autiful little city
.-'ApiirHiiH* W4H MaronTillerred ,' .. and Cwt one who | .
- -- t world not be gl 4e'; .
"a el ribbon for second place in run ,e ri' .a Y to make any "reasonable, sacrifice for ".
'
ning high jump, and Edward Newton, the further improvEnjcjun/ of the town. '7
red ribbon for second place in 220-: No town In Mori.la. of equal size awL ;(
yard dash. wealth, has -
' more handsome residenc .'

( The attendance at school this year i .: more beautiful street.. a more attraelive' .;
,y t b has been remarkably; good, averaging h 4 r 9rr. public square, finer churches and -'
+ $
7! somewhere between 88 and 110> percent fum"rfua"f>TOmt"'"'"'"I 'uildiJllt-all::: :

of the enrollment, aqd) -there have v, things tell the tory of the cul- .
{n' ,X r been more than ture and the civic f
one hundred pupils \ '" pride of our people.
.,
## } who have not been absent or tardy .. .J:'. '.1., i , c "' At one point, hp\\ever, Kissimmee a:
,
f durin h entire year. It may be ,, : 1.,1 A t nk Is lacking, and that at a vital point, a
tt'' I laid just here that I .. point where failure ,
t a larger number . .' wIll) offset
,- every ,
< i"'i ; }
}; wOuJ been neither absent .. :; other institution in the :' j
and
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.t' community
nor '
:! l tardy had been kept from )J'."' . '. _, \\=", <, c" ,I {.:'"' .. .. '} ;., seriously tell on the community life In' (
tt r echool by sickness"0' (V"1' -: '" r the future While ,
,r ' '' we are proud of
< our
The roll of honor published in both ff rr :.: : : !! / _:...rR'r school and its beautiful home, it is not
,
the local papers every month 1 .. .. what it could be, nor what 1f
y has been " ", ,.... :. .. the situa--
.rA .an incentive both to ,regular tlon demands "
attendance imperatively that it 1
;:
and to the accomplishment of . .. . should and thet>ne thing that our... ,'I'\' ,
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work. .
splendid school
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Many lacks '
this children have in I ,7fl Is'n separate and '"
) way had their adequate building for
y rtt; r tendance arid holarshlp punctuality commended, at, ." "' de artMent. the high schooi-.. t'tuJa '; .:i'y
each ;
month and the There are several ,
,.
v' newapa ere deserve reasons hy e
., the thanks of the entire .commUJIity building Is needed: i
iOI"' thu' K a'o 1. It would afford
+f the IchooJ. aiding the work ot + room fot _i
equipment necessary to the compl
h f The school Is endeavoring to keen ;4. success of the high school. Our Beh
In
touch with the homes of the children has no suitable quarters for its . ?
: and to C'O-operate.with the par- The present library is located In'1he': }
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'o' I ente in every way possible In order principal's office, from which much. :
9ffi.
41- that our childJ'enmay the discipline of the school is
grow up as use- exerela t W/-
t .fuJ, men and women. To this end it 'isi ed. It is here that offenders from th/y< ts'"<**' '

i deslted. that the Parent shall feel free .. lower grades are /sent for correction, if
r$ to Consult with the principal and teach- It require no argument to convince f-iS

t a c ere at any t m. it may become neeell1'7. those who think at all that it is not st W.

I-V- 1, __ By memaot.. monthly reports suitable location for a high school li- 1"1"brary. .
I***"*" are'informed each But there is better '
no
month of -_- ... place in\ .,>,
..f. the deportment punctuality, attend- -c.S I the present school; building for the li.e' r.
: r
't I ,:. ance and scholarship of the pupils, and - __ bray, and it the continues to" ".. }f
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'+ I'r"* tWsorer tor the first time a parent!' grow aa irbae in the past there u '110", 4' '
Y.e: In ('I : of a better """
i. apart order that pan.r hope location until a new, '',
; en might Me their bwJdlllC i.
r chUdntn actually l. erected .
,tc s
J., :at..WQl'k. In the school. and at the lame s ,Y4q .2. Every high school should be yrs;+ f1. .

;t4-; :;? ,time napett specimen work that had 't '" pared to eft'er in.tnJcUOh.' In th. prae..;" ,. .
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or t' 'beea,, done at varieuatimes during the '\.J... tical 'things of lite. W. Jin In a'pra'jIli;
t''a )'ear-, .No .effort.:iras < made to. select & < .tical age, ,'Why should not f the sate f"W;.
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1 tho beet work for .. catch with
step
ezhlblUon Ittt aU- ... the kplrit of i;
(; :
.1 r' .good4 end IadjR.kent.wu shown .QI' : &net make 'the' teaching, in' tlleR-- .

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6 '" "
\. ( equipped for:teaching literature, Ian.guages i. hisiludles., perhaps Jus +
\ and mathematics I would! of individual; attention, the
iCZ lib to'see.Kisslmmee lead off In this great to .tower their/ moral rd' 1
matter by erecting a .suitable high aa well.,..:-thelr) intelligence.;
m.: chool building and equipping. it' foreuch Teachers have so little value receiv, ft
,. r work. ed.. They ,hold the highest station In .'
r 3.- It; go without argument life* cultivating, developing and traina ?
r ale sot cannot/ the high'- Jng; the highest faculty ,bestowed upon
:' an4 must not be the man; yet It Is looked upon as insignificant .' ,f
':,. :same a*,that for the'grammar: school when It comes to placing salaries. l
.!;. ,.and primary departments. To put the It doesn't seem quite just. for
high school under the same disciplineas statesmen to receive such Urge
r'' the other departments is an insult r Lr': .; and teachers to receive lE

r +' unfolding manhood, and womanhood living", age, ',Teachers) should ,'
s- and the young men and women equal salaries to our senators and ea1U. p presentatlvee.
.. / can hot,be blamed tf they resent it and Why: not? When '
ih'
,, ', refuse to submit to it. To put the are preparing heads who m*
: lower grades under high; school discipline the future be, able to step t< e 1
'. JlT is a criminal disregard of child and .. .. man. / i
life and must produce injurious results 11 ,N W" ti iV As time'role' .on, the/public are)
y ,ij R fn the child. And yet both of these waking up to the Tact that when one). t
I. mistakes are committed In every 4l has devoted twenty years of their ut.'. Vii..
chool in which all the departments' V M jr ?r best energy; they are entering upon '
k : t. are in the same building and therefore, t rJ +ti 4v the completion of their life's mission. 8

t of necesisty, to some extent at /least, Thereby nearly all up-to-date organizations
.,' under the same'discipline. and associations are looking
1. No better service can be rendered outfor those and showing their appreciation ..;
r, -, any school or any community than the vyt t y' by setting aside a certain sum ;;
; 't j creation of a distinct high school spirit. for their annuity. It ia now getting
But this can be done only where* y 4 time for Florida to come to the front y
? i N
the hlgn/ school is separated from the tzr r< and fall In line with some of our,other "
states in the teachers by the) \.
= rest of the school Wand made to become paying
" and look after the humble servant '
", a dllltin_entity.! The high school year "
teachers, who have 'givsn .their .if
if. should be made to' stand out clearlyby ,
itself and\ entrance into it shoud! best efforts in the uplifting of good i

?f be made to appear a" 'goal to txj ob- citizenship, by pension.. ; s

.1' tained. Hare, to pass into the highi
I school means almost nothing to the v s ,. t >,ti fc4 vg[ 4444444444044444044 '
He thinks of it 4 4 r., ',t'
pupil. as .
average '
y" ;I simply passing from the eighth to the 'U i-sL.*.?$,i-fy*.*- a#"&. .gh- &&M 4 USE OF" LIBRARY' ; ..' ,.
ninth grade. In fact the term
very ,
r ( .
t .* "high school" is of hazy significanceto 4 Emma Futch.) Jif
k
him. He finds conditions and associations m- 4 4
as he has found them for the Ir'I1y f + 444404404444444444 , ?1

} past eight years. If it ever dawns Our school has Its own librAry. '
-. upon him that he is in the hijfh school Books have been chosen with the needs i' ,
;, there is nothing on his hoizon but N 4.-4- of children in view and to bring them ',

a- -four years'-of hard and monotonous in contact with. the best books,that .........
ter toil, with probably a diploma at the they may know something of-the "".. '\ ti
.' end, and a high; school diploma looks choicest minds of all ages. ;:
"
"a very small to the average boy or girl If children are to become familiar I ;
,,10( when viewed over four years!! of hard with the heroes of ancient and 'mediaeval ,
' study and discipline. It is no wonder history and know some of the :<.

:1" that so many pupils, become tired and standard authors, such as Dlckena, t
x drop out when they have finished only "
Scott Hawthorne .Irving and others,
a little, or perhaps none, of the high FACULTY, KISSIMMEE PUBLIC SCHOOL.
: togebe t with some of our present day\ ,
:4 school course. Bottom row, left to r..ight-Miss Marjorie Anderson, B-6; Miss Cleo Wooldridge, A-6; Miss Justina Safford, Asst. First Grade; Miss Clara Stute, A-2; writers they cannot begin; a systematie -
The high school should have a home Miss Frances Langston, A-7. Second row-Miss Gladys Short, Latin and French; Miss Almena Leitner, English and Mathematics; Miss Cecelia reading, coarse too early. V
I of its own and that home should be Overatreet, A.l; Miss Harriet Wilcox AMiss; Mary C. Bryan, 8; Mills Nannie Reese, Music; Miss Myrtle Babbitt; B-6;: Miss Medora Russell, We the reading of flatly
prominently located, and should, in all B-2. Third row-Miss Clara Ledbetter, History and Civics; Miss Emma Yowell, A-2, and Directory Primary School; Miss Emma Futch, B-7; and weekly encourage 'and several {
.. I respects, be attractive and adequate Miss Louise Thomason, A-4; Miss Albina Smith, 8; Mrs. Mae Clayton, B-4; Mrs. Cook, Expression. Top row-Prof. R. DeW. Brown, Director magazines as newspapers well. One period in each i
f to all demands that may be made upon High School Orchestra; R. M., Evans, Principal and Teacher of Science. week is devoted to telling; and discusaingJ'Current'Events. ;

.;l it. It should contain ample space for =----=- - --== -=-== -, ".. ." '

; library, for gymnasium, for laboratory T'helibrapyie4Rer "Ofttm oQ..Ol. ,4,,.
tr-Si and. workshop;,for:-rooms for thee school attendance erve8. three or in .this districtsinca theou._r.eriiailll 49.494494449 +.+ +.'t :tt_+ ..ter cheLky._ ,oclatioii:.theeeby.Ueing:: each- week>v when--children- may''
use of literary societies, for-an auditorium four weeks' vacation. Some pupils the remaining families have been able <0> more able to help them meet the re-j1 books or return them. Pupils are required ,, .
c, in which all commencementand drop out at the slightest provocation. to send their children to another and + SOLVING SCHOOL PROBLEMS quirements of their daily task that to return books after one week ;

c other public exercises In connec- Perhaps a child simply does not better school, or have also moved into 4 < has been assigned them. er renew them in case they. have. .not t y !
school be "want" to and is allowed other districts. If not how are these 0 (Mae Clayton.) \
tion with the high .could come any longer, For the betterment of the pupil..in I finished reading.,
,held, and ample grounds; for athletic to stay away. children using their time? 4 4 all instances our school should constitute Some avail themselves of the oppori -

yi ,Deports of all kinds. Every' legitimate Again, he may complain of the inJustice A compulsory education law would 4464044400044444444 . three separate building, -high; nityjotreadingjhese boob, bu still !
effort should be made to cultivate a of the, teacher, and the parentor not solve all school problems, but it 'school\, grammar school and, primary, a large; number do,;nt;:and.among"
real high school spirit and to bring guardian, without looking into the would put an end to dropping out of A.atate training school should be buildings.; Restrictions applicable to, that number are ,frequently": :found
high school into prominence be- matter to see if the child or teacher school, and would stop practically all established in Florida, located in the one department is not so to all, thereby bodies .and ,,current publications that 't
II i fore the community as a separate, a is at fault, will take the part of the 1 truancy Florida is one of the six most healthful and desirable portionof making it rather difficult to establish cannot but tend..to.dwarf the Ideall'' *.'
distinct institution, and before the rest child and keep him out of school. A I states in the United States which have our state. This school should be a uniform rule and at the same and degrade the .morals of children.
: % of the school as the climax, the crowning teacher can not always go; to the parents I not yet passed such a law. supported by the state. Compelling' ; time obtain the best results of govern, To teach a'chlld.toread'and; not. to '
Y' glory of the public school life. but if they will come to theteacher The commissioner of education in all the young teachers. take a two ment. We are looking forward to the cultivate ,a taste for good literature, :
t This will create in the mind of the they may find that there are his report for 1912 shows the start years' training course before being al- day when domestic science andmanua! we behave( ,'Is dangerous.,
-it' community a respect and loyalty for often two sIdes. to a question, and that which Kentucky and Maryland have lowed to enter into this station of life, training will form a part of all our We ask that parents co-operate withus ;1
rg, the high'school and encourage many the teacher may have been in the made in this direction. 1 either .in the high school department, city schools. It is a detriment to our :in keepingi an,oversight of \.what r'
.'if a parent to keep his children in school right :, He reports that Kentucky has passed grammar; school department or pri. public schools for our boys and girlsto children are reading.'REGULARITY. w
t
', until the course is finished, and will inspire Some children lose interest in school a law compelling the attendanceat mary department fitting them with have to go elsewhere for this training
'. many a boy and girl to press on and their parents,do not urge them to school of children\ between the aces the necessary equipment, for theirItfe'e which is indispensible- the : 4 ,44.404,+040444 4t
lye, 'n&u, 'to graduation, who now become indif- come. The majority of teachers try of seven and twelve, in ail counties vocation. When the teacher has needs of the present day Industrial 0 ,1
,r ,"."7.ferent.:: and drop out. The fact that to make school work as interesting as during the entire ,school year. Thatit passed a. satisfactory examination in life. AND'PUNCTUAUT.Y .., ;
"'" i .jthe"high school is separate, and, in a either of these department she shouldbe OP ATTEND--*,
and remains
., \ possible, do.the best they can with to be seen whether or not 9.
? ,sense, exclusive would spur many arr. the materials afhand. I this law will be effective, but at any awarded a life certificate, confining -, The.questlon now of discussion over ANCB.. r' .
',f fboy, especially, to seek entrance into rate the principle 'of state-wide compulsion her to that certain grade, work. I the entire coull.ty" "overcrowdedrooms. '.
work e
Special such manual train- "
41' 1t.i'! And when he is in and gets caughtvv as has been recognized. That Did Great accomplishment is expected 4 (M. Cecilia Overstre*}.) .
I ever stop think what .
ing for the boys and domestic Science you fto .
of the teacher and teach-
)> :. tia'the( whirl of a school spirit that is i law which our 4 ..."
has stricter
'1 : -. .new and thrilling to him and finds for the girls would aid greatly in holding I Maryland a applies compulsory education would meanto ers, who mostly are earnest, enthusiastic 40604A 040 .4ti00t4. 0
r ..
to the Compulsory :
congenial the interest of the pupils,>and at particularly Baltimore; exempts future history of'our nation?, and conscientious in the work,: :
.r', '"' :,,' pleasant companionships\ surroundings short', finds, him- the same time give, them more of an six, counties and ie optional in education .is one of the essentials are grinding out their energy daily by: Irvgularity: ''of attendance...of .
' < (self in an environment that he considers .incentive to do their Other work well the remaining counties tile\ says that to the betterment of citizenship> trying to train and ,develop aU the the most troublesome prepositions
I+ i" "Adoption means,,enforcement, as attendance of state. We who understand
worthy of one who has teased :Apparatus for the playground would our faculties of the mind with an averageof ; that teacher have to deal 'with-is a
'i'i !, "" ."to be a boy and has now become a also help; It would not 'need much officers will be employed andno more fully the advantage and necessity .forty to sixty.pupUs' In one room, serious source of waste in'all'gradesof
{ there is every chance that he will more supervision than is at present halfway measure will be tolerated; of an education in this progressive; at the close of the day falling abort achooL But It is the most troublesome -,
..;: man, but the time before school the law has a businesslike ring to I it rfge, where competition is in a .
"J :,.. insist on remaining until he has finished necessary, per of her, plans and expectations of the in th.-lower. grades'where) thAt
""t ..t.", and if he insists on remaining he morning/ and noon recesses would be which" argues well for its'effective petual strife and'battle, 'should make I class work, becoming; so discouragedover foundation of e-fhi1d"n''.. education :....
,. '''Will remain. Thas many boy would much more profitably. spent by th* I ness. and force these laws to the fullest ex- this state of w.ork she finds her Is.laid and where so muehdepends. en" <
;, "be held in school and be fitted for a pupils.. I i In some staAes measures have even tent.' Many of our patrons, being uneducated stored energy for the next day burned class instruction.
f' better citizenship, who would drop out .Many of our rural schools barely' been taken to assist the poor people I' cannot always appreciate'our up; by the time the term has come to In the primary grades there Is neverany
holdout for the five who-arc unable to send their childrento free school system for this reason close she work and even !in the .t,
1 'of1 school and live out his life as a or six months'l! a finding so many falling night .given ,'
',' ewer of wood and a drawer of water 8C88ionv Three years ago a I school. we should enforce compulsory edu- I short of promotion, she stops aid asks intermediate grades the pupils are not p
a poorer asset in the wealth-producing ral school was ill session only three I' In Michigan! the board of education I cation in our state, although ompul- I the question, have I performed my required to do much night work For, .,. ? '
element l. of the community. and a half months. About nineteen | may make an appropriation for the so y education should be restricted tol, dutShe has done more than her children just starting to school cannot
Hasten the day when the people of or twenty pupils appeared the first entire school year of $3 per week for: the white-population. duty. If the number in the class be do any work alone, but must have
our lovely little cify can point to a week, all of whom 'promised to attend one child and not more than $6 >Cr, :' One of the greatest difficulties that j reduced to twenty-five or less, each a great deal! of help and attention,
separate high school building and Ray that year. Several pupils found it : week for.all the children in one famil.1Florida the teacher has to confront is lack of teacher can accomplish great work also their young minds are so unaccustomed 4
I in all truth: "The Osceola High necessary to drop out. One family many parts .of which ore I interestand co-operation on part of with her classy arousing more interestby to working that they can not '
School." moved to another district. Another sparsely populated, may not yet be the parents. Patrons should frequently so doing, instilling a desire for stand the strain of so much work.
family returned to their home, where ready for a full measure of compul visit their children inthe school knowledge that will place the pupil In Then, if almost all of .work'must.,

'i :t d.+ + c :. +'0444 ? + + -o00 < + + 4 ? there was no school, but where it was sion, but if she is to keep abreast of room, inspecting their wcfrk, at the the high rank. of life which God has so be done in school it is necessary for
< 4 necessary for them to help with the the times, is it not time for her, too, same time understanding the lessons intended and planned for them. the children to be in school every day.

,':,' .' 00 COMPULSORY EDUCATION. 4 can -eutting. There has been no school to make a start in this direction: ? assigned, getting in full touch with the Once a child is thrown backward in Delinquent pupils not only miss the
0 -- -'"- ._. --- that has been done during their 1
--y' ..* }:*. . 00 4 (Clara M. Stute.) 0 x T absence, but they retard the progress 'I'work .,
'
'
;i. "- 0 of the class when they return. For : 'i
-- - '
', ". 4404.+ + 040 + 44Crfi0: >C: C' v/h eff"oTre teach 'riias from twentyfive *- -- '
to fifty pupils it ia impossible for '
----ti; -. Although weTiave had a large and hr to give them much individual*-
;$' '. fairly faithful attendance at our school tentlon. So the pupils who have been
J 1' e toe past year, there are still other absent can not make up what they
"t, : children who ought to have been in have missed, and the class can not*ac-i
; r y daily attendance. Some started III at'' com ,llsh as much as they would other-
<\, the opening of school, but have I lay,, d
t /, dropped out during the year In either I J'f47 Z4J pf MrM wise.Regular and punctual attendance
'
:; (f. case or in a case of truancy nothing I t r ti + should become a habit. If both teachers -
'' t cah be done, for we have no compul I > + ''J rJ ; t ?f and' parents would begin, when
".' i attendance law. Unless those I i.ygrl ,t's ,tr 4 +{ 't 1/ yN XJ xy a ', teach them the
Cll N children are 'Ol1n.-.to
j sory if 't nr'.i 'S r ) ,
+. J Y' gy t i ybr ; 1 .i
i l who drop out are enrolled in anoth..r't ? importance at being; regular and Gl
i tachoQI, they must be kept on our roll'l w 1"" : Sa,. 4 &Yy Yi, .4/ fir 4'L d .4.41 punctual, it would become habit.
2.;" thus lowering the average i 'I Some parent do not realix'tiowimportapt )
;yam'' J\u of the school. it'is for their children to '
Not long ago one mother, when asked attend school all the-time. They aeem ?'
, l; why she did not send her children to think that the work In the lower
t 4 to 'school, replied that she was keeping I grades Is so easy'that it doss not take
f 'i them at home in order to teach much time to learn what i I. required: -
j them how to talk. Yet, as one of the I StilL I think if they' would nly -*top
i I children-a boy of eleven-could hardly .4ft. and consider the matter, they Wouldall
4 ? make himself understood, it would \ r agree that primary work I la just as
ttt "i aeem as if the parents would have 1 difficult for primary pupils as high vflv
3 ;, ". l ined time by sending him to school- school work is for high school pupila.
... the age of six or seven. Then when their children get in the
' When child; reaches the age of ten a high school they often let them-especially "
::7 V;td thirteen, and ia still numbered their boy.*-stop for a few
'. ahjong the first or second graders, he months and work. Of course when
1t>is often embarrassed by being in the they return to school they are behind
: Yoy,.. -.same room with smaller children. its in their classes and itIf almost impossible t
"vlnay also be a difficult matter to in- for them to make up enough of i
s dr. 'f.i? terest him in small beginner's: work. the work that they have missed to
'f He-must "learn to read' before he can pass Many-tlmeq! this means that the
.c.. Bread to learn," yet the simple stories children do not go ,back to school the
/which appeal to boys and girls of six next year, for if they can not keep up
? < or seven often seem babyish: and funny with their class they become discouraged -
:' '' l> ..*td older children/ is hardMhen to in- a ). and ..top.J .
> '' ..t him from being do not mean that it i* possible forevery ,
\\y, 'drawback in he.echoohim l room child to be in.school every day. 7. '

t5? "Then:: how long will he continue to But t think the parent should see that
...2come to school' Will he have the their children are in school every day ;
,: 1 .courage to stick, to the task of getting ft.. r '. .that it is possible for them to be there,.. ,
r .Jt at least a grammar school education?, Some'r state* a ,0/Alt: honor to him if he does, yet how with law that compel the attendaneV'of -.
q .' \ tench! better for him had his parenta .all a children-j, school -age. ;1
....
.seen the advsy: ta.pt sending him to J during theV' Urn*.that'*chool I Is ln" >*ee', ,

i %';'' school at;an.-eatuec"agel 1 ' ,ion; unles*they batve-'Yery; .;-dlre* r'"-, ; .,.. .
.
1 h .f..;,$wn* parents do.not.see the need of tri son* for'not'aWendmgr-ATbe eosspul 6r
i ending. thoir'children' regularly. A : ory! .,'' .few seem to-think;.that. ,a week.of : ; , o8cbA Hiali BCFioULOBC1iF.i'NA. _
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!' e, "- ,. 'THE KISSIMMEE: VALLEY GAZETTE .. FRIDAY MAY!IM; )t<;
PACE ti I I _

\ -, ..' ... ". --. ,.. ,,_ - I. 7 -
( 1 most logical t'and complete all Ian.. '
+l would not be so many-.mall boys lay .' unless we except the German

... 4, Ing on the streets all day.- There 1 I t 1 1I guages and having; studied such a' perfect,
-,.. !.cwould be less need for reform schools of language formation and
system
; and the people, generally speaking, \ b pression! we are better prepared re---

; would I be better educated. < n yI understand and use our own langoag*
Almost any' child'' can complete the and to strive 'to keep it clear, simple
j 1 A' high school .course! before he is twen- I. and concise but at the.tarn time force. '

I i he goes to school. As itIs I and beautiful. .
tr ful .
? 4
noworaly, about twelve per cent of .. . .. To satisfy the needs of those pupils ,
all the children that enter school ever who think they must specialize in some'', ''
*. finish high school and only about eight line of work before they finish high

V per cent of the boy finish schooL school, many schools are offering elective .,.
Anyone can readily see that the com: courses i in science,, manual train..

\ pulsory school law would do a great ... ing and Home' economics, but for the

deal for the children that are growingup I boy or girl who haw time to enjoy the
now, and especially for the boys. advantages of "an education,f which. ,'

Another \great school problem is in Herbert Spencer's words! /"will fit '
tardiness, which 'is in Home respects a r therii for .more complete living" 'the' 'W-

greater evil than absence. But it rI study of Latin and the Latin classics

;p" ( should not be made to appear so in him thechild's rj.I Jr l'r tr e 'kyY will always find a place in our high

l eye, for thtjt might cause ywhouls. first, because though written
school during an en- s 4'
to rtmainil.oTitl: '
session be few j. ninny hundreds oryears ago, they stilt"give ;;
tire" 'if .chances to a us. an insjght into human char- "
minutes late. The habit'of tardiness,j.'I
utter and appeal to our human Interests '
;? is worse than occasional absence, for'I as J ninny lesser though later book ..
it is likely to he carried on into later'life
he have faill'd.0 do; secondly, because a.
and no man or woman can ever Latin classics! is -
.. study of the naces- "
unless they
in business .
,l succeRnful '
It would wry to an ,*pr>reciation-of much of our
i meet engagements promptly. I. best .English literature, for example
,
]be well for all children to form the
the writings( of Milton or Shakespeare,
habit of being punctual. and children and l thirdly, because the study of the '
I know that
parents
j cultivate in the
tend to
classics stu
cannot do everything, for there is a
deal I for the teacher to do, fa f dent a taste for the best in literatureand
great <<
I art and.) fosters a better grade of
.she expects the children t6 be in school
II work in Englif.li.
fi and on time every day. I If the' study of Latin Has failed to
The I lBBon should' be made Just an Ij
all that it should in
accomplish our 5
should he
interesting as possible. and I
schools let the blama
us put
will to public ,
taught in the wag that appeal
the children UeH. The teacher should j whore it belongs, with the pupil wrro t rj
ands it hard and irksome because he
children
:
for the ,
set a good example .
by being regular and punctual herself. I I is. studying' it to. get through school I,

She should strive to make the school i OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL-CLASS 1914. i iI ,\ It" the teacher who fails in teachinjr 'b
in her students
? to inspire a true
room sible. ai cheerful and attractive as pos Bottom row10ft to right-.Lucy Witherspoon, Edward Newton, Harold, Buzza, Eleanor Moseley. Top row, left to right-Alice Stute, Alys Johnston. appreciation for the merjjr, and gran- ,i

Children should not be scolded or I Nathan Bryan, Nellie Calkins. deaur of the Latin classics, with the
,Barents who, because they have not t
punished too severely for being absentor -- -- - -- - -- -- - ----- ---
derived the benefit they should
tardy, but they it l is should for them be taught always with: the necessity of having theminthe .of -children will -b- -anaid to better 4 part in some physical: l activity that > 400440004. :-> 04,4fiQ444{ : -j' from this co\iraeof study, fail jo have en.-_
how important It to name grades' with normal children, work done by the teachers. Special 1 will restore normal conditions; and 1. $ courage their cshildren in attaining to
be regular' and punctual. was as 'at present 'Mothers' Day" will. be in vogue. this, physical]) education in the high .IOCO CLASSICS IN THE HIGH(; I a higher standard of excellence.

Horace Mann who said, "Lost sunrise, yesterday andunset Each building will be surroundedby Doubtless these things will come{j school, rightly directed, purposesto 4 SCHOOL. '

somewhere between beautiful large trees, both decidu- about more quickly after our presents j do. 1 > I
v hours each set with I 04 444. + + + + 404044000
two golden is ou.VJ nd evergreen. Gardens and ex- county superintendent, W. J.. Sears, ) Since the object of physical educa- < (Miss Short.) .

sixty diamond minutes. No forever.reward" perimental grounds will be in the rear gets into t law-making body. Here's! I tion is to develop a firm, well-rounded ..,. I. THE XEACHER; OF TODAY. 0 J
offered, for they are gone, ''of the mam building', where the agricultural ; lioning 'that the teachers of that day body, strong muscle and pure blood, 444. + 444.4444 + OCO. <- + + e

department will have full will have as considerate and progressive I]I thus producing health, happiness and I. (M. Babbitt.) 0
i'l 0004444444460460404 I charge. Boys, through love of it, will a board as we have. ,lower; and since the average boy or The scientific thought of this age, 4 O
O aO do all the work, superintended by a -- girl, or adult, even, is ignorant of the which is constantly opening up for us 000044440440400004
COMPULSORY EDUCATION practical gardener.In a 440" Oo 4.44 0044444" Oo 444.1 1 right method of securing these ends, i isis new fields of enterprise and industry, ;

d I O AND CO-OPERATION OF 4 I the domestic science class all the a !II. necessary that this training be obtained has for some time been turning its The old-time school teacher is a Y ri

0 PARENTS WITH THE aO girls will be compelled to 'take train- I I'* :NECESSITY FOR PHYSICAL in the gymnasium or in the searchlight of critical investigation part of the past; with new Invention., (|
TEACHERS. a 'I. EDUCATION IN THE a field under the skilled supervision of our educational systems. In consequence .,
I ing. This department will teach de- upon new customs! and the new methods of. *
4 0O signing j I and the making garments. -C. HIGH SCHOOL. 0 ,, director! especially: fitted for this work, we find in many high' schools child training, the teacher fitted to ,'"

_- (Marjorie- Andrr- on.) 8. Xhejvtoo., there will be a special class ."s b 4 to teach! boys and girls more about'i ICUra: .Ledbetter- :) 4.1 .'',out:of-dooj games and sports : "(ft what use is Latin to the "'-hoolma ter's place. }

X404000400004400086 caring for the sick and injured than it <4 j jOo. that the best results may be attained.That i student T Is: the study of the Latin Just! what should be required of a.
44004 0fi4444Ofi4Since
this skilled supervision shouldbe classics i essential to a well rounded teacher i is difficult '
of the twentieth is possible to learn from a.year's studyof a problem. The
In these last years than physiology. Work will be required] the aim of all education i is toprepare furnished by the*echools is the consensus I education What per cent. will Latin child of yesterday was very different

century no law is the mqre attendance necessary of from the boys in some branch of the ; for complete living, it i is the of opinion of students of edu-,,|lor Greek contribute toward the mak- from what the child of today is, so
one to compel countries pupils manual training department, besides' I r province of the school to make the cation today. Indeed, the schools in I I ing of a more capable and efficient our parents delight in telling, "us.
in the
have school. Compare educational the regular school studies j I\\best boy from the crude material, and many of our cities have already incorporated I man or woman?" With the study of When our fathers were young Yhey ?
that no compulsory I to help the to become the best.. their French or German have
girl physical training- I we more sym- were obedient to the powers that were
;
that have Germany'and A teacher for and also
with those art
system special woman she may become; in other, curricula, and it is only a question of I I pathy, as these are languages spoken mother, father'; and teacher-Their
Great Britain for instance. for music will lessons to each ;
V'w Besides give I words, the main business of the teacher time before every high school, at least,|lhy many people In.he world today was that the schoolboy had only to ''A
These countries both have this Jaw and grade. this each grade teacher
is to help each one to grow from' will have as a necessary part of its and indispensable if we would keep in sit idle, look around the schoolroom *"
enforce it to the utmost. Look at their will be helped out by having the
what he is he in touch with much that is in
to what ought to be. I equipment a gymnasium complete up-to-date in search of amusement, when shortly
all lines. of machine for illustrating -
progress along use a stereoptican Somehow, our present system of every detail; and those that are really ;I literature, science and art. But is the wrath of the schoolmaster would i
To make a good citizen the child history or geography lessons. -':education had lost sight of the fact accomplishing the end toward which there return in value for the labor be visited upon him; he would i find

should have a knowledge of the rights I that the mind and the body are not tot I I they are striving have directors who and time spent in the mastery of a himself bending over the roughhewnbench $

L and requirements of good citizenship. Boys and girls in the high school ,, be considered separately, but as Iln''I, not only have the hearty sympathy language' which we never hope to reaping a bountiful harvest

Where is the beat place in to the get this will have the opportunity, if desired, I entity; but thinking men are now alive II i and co-operation of the parents, but I speak and the classic productions ofwhich ( from some of his wild oats sown a ,
knowledge.) Naturally public of taking a course in bookkeeping, I to the importance of the principles be- | they are also men of irreproachable have mostly been translated into few minutes before. tr;

schools of our country, but if the child stenography or typewriting.On jlieved in and practised by the Greeks, character and boundless energy, and I 1 English. Cicero, Caesar and VerC'iIare ( In these days of improved methods,

is kept at home because his parents rainy days the children will enjoy -that the physical education should receive i j i are born leaders; those who can so undisputed masters in literature, corporal punishment is fast losing ita r
{ r need hint, or because he i la not inter. staying in the big' play room on ,. that but to their ,
attention; that! i is, should form stimulate the students as they I fully appreciate writings popularity. We all agree that stqere '
acted in school subjects and so school does the ground floor' where they march, the basis or foundation on which the'I I will strive for perfection in every department -i we must be able to read them in the are times in a child's life when to .
not car to attend, then the play or go through rhythmic exercises 1 I of school work. original Even famous
superstructure of a well-rounded men- Dryden's the rod is to really thea -
,Y ,, fails to benefit him. If no law is behind to music. And on all days the is {translation the Oeneir is and spare spoil
thus ,
gym- tality could be erected, attaining i While this physical training necessary a copy child. The duty sometime fall '
the parent to compel him to see nasium will add much pleasure -to their Ideal-"nothing in excess." 'I| to develop a sound body and [ not the poem as Vergil wrote it. "Few the teacher and that person should upon be 't' '
that his child is in school; what is to school life. I Present conditions for :. abnormal tendencies and the students of Latin translate ,
call a more correct / 'fluently at the best judge as to what the child ). '
55 be done? Does not the future of a na- In every school room, which will not careful study.and application of physical -(| games and sports to appeal to social i first and so oftentimes they become needs while under hir-care. The best '
tion'lle In of its
hand children?
ti v. But if these the bands trained to have more than thirty-five or less than training than *as necessary..I I side as well as to furnish an outlet for 1 I discouraged' and look upon their Latin way to destroy all influence a teacher : \
not
it in the belt are what will be twenty pupils, there -will be a noticeable fifty/years;' ago. -Then"only about 4 superabundance of energy, possibly work as a bore, before-they learn to might have over one in their charge. ,2 +
1 V serve 'way respect for school property, along people were fn cities, the greatest! benefit is in their eth-'appreciate'what they are reading. This is for the-parent'to sympathize: with ''
.the result T Surely poorer citizen- with a decided democratic, spirit and while then est lived in the rural districts I ical and practical value. They are a lack of interest on the part of students them in any little tale of woe they 'r',

ship.Keep the, child in school, give pride :of state and country. Bvery where conditions demanded that gypgt. aid in the discipline of theschool is- also due to the 'fact that Latin is might carry home. So many parent .t\

dr.. the teacher the co-operation be ofthe boy- and girl will. be appreciated for most'of-the work of the home, farm l for' In tbia.way the pupils'geQ often-.carelessly taught In our public are guilty of this, and the result i*.>e i .,
and the child molded
parent into can rule his or her own true worth measured and shop be done by members of the ,.the relaxation{ and recreation so necessary schools and instead of-the pupil being that those children are soon taken out l :
better citizen fit
} orbe a one to along the lines of lIeholarshrp"or moral family, who in this way received all after.the continued mental strain. brought into live touch with those of schook ,

% -ruled. worth. The true dignity of labor will I the fresh air and exercise required Besides, the' faculty of attention, usually stern but grand ideals which laid the If a boy is ..t'-
"A house divided lazy and
<' against itself cannot be understood and the honor system for the development of the hardy, vigorous so hard to cultivate, is developed foundation for Rome's greatness, we hard to head-strong, ,. }
stand. Ifrthls be true, what of will prevail. Our comnulnorv education -I manhood and womanhood common by the rapid, correct movements the .find them counting the books of Caesar need manage at' home, the parent 1
our schools when the teacher is heldI not expect anything else of him \ '
I of interdependence which must be read in order
field while the to
law of that day will need no tru- at the time. great principles com- at school. "
*J-
up to ridicule or blamed in the pres. ant officer to enforce it, for the children I Now, however, since a large ropor.I co-operation, divisionof plete a prescribed course of study. It is so much harder for a '
stranger to know how
enceof the child for.things which, happen will not have to be urged to attend tion of the people live in cities-.90 '' labor, obedience to written laws and Latin is our mother tongue and we uation than to meet the sit-.....'_ ;
it Is
., within the school room? If a during any of the nine months. I per cent. in some states-and special : a stricter unwritten law are inculcated must gain something froru the study much harder then for the parent How ;
I, child be reprimanded for his misconduct Less work to do at home and no examinations ization and the invention of laborsaving j I while engaged in the team work. Thus of( that language from which our own to it is for a teacher

! '. both"lit home and by the teacher at all will suit them per- machinery, electric cars an4 telephones i I the physical training in the school will clear and effective English speech is is for manage the a child of that kind than it I'
he is the road] to training parent. If it i is hard for the '
on high a rail for less activ- form to the work directly! derived. Our is ;
fectly. Promotions will be made according a strenuous an adjunct literary ; vocabulary r
et: .r f which will do more for him in I of discipline in the thus enlarged and interpreted i is parent, what must It be for the teacher t ,.
to the advancement and abil- ity; and as most of the people, in the the question high as ? The
} ". after life than all the Latin and Greek I ity to do work. citie especially, are using the stored'n school. will solve itself; and the problem possible in no other way unless we at- indifference of parents is appalling. :
1 of the During the "
Obedience is 011I'
ages. the law More interest and co-operation energy of generations of'hard labor of the incorrigible boy be reducedto tempt the mastery of the English dim of school eight months'term
God and man, and true Christian char- r shown by the parents or guardians' it is absolutely essential to take a negligible quantity. tionary. The, Latin grammar is the single there has not been a
.
acter be parent to inside =:
can acquired only through I -- '- come my room;. '
; self-control and compliance with these I. -- --- -- Some would say that they have, confi ..

..J>? laws. deuce in the teachers, but that la not
r :' When our legislature sees fit to pass I'' the reason; they don't care enough. i.

-. a law requiring the attendance of the Yet, when the monthly report i I. sent .'

pupil In school for at least a part of J in ,they expect a good one, and haTe .
.
The school term, and when the teacher I plenty to say if it isn't good- .,--
< has the full co-operation of the parent, 5 ., I The model teacher must be aonvpanion ;" ;

s our nation will be on the high road to to his pupils. When one geta' f
better laws, better officials, and to a'' too old to ,be interested in '

better citizenship. their sorrows and joys, their child : s

their play, then our days of 1191 ful.' .'
0000004004000400000 BP** '' ness! are ove)'. While dignity i ia some

',.t 4 0 thing a teacher must have, there ,
0 A LONG LOOK AHEAD. 0 MNrU should not be too much to keep -him f

0 Or' t.. fe j from sharing the sports of the school 1
,
4. (Medora E. Russell) 0 " ''i'' 'f.ol! ; . -, ,"., children. A teacher of the right kind 1:

(1t .Jr: .1.,1.: < }1/(0..J,;'": can do much towards making .a child 10..
, 0000004000000400000: J.':4j .. .. ,' ; 1"j\j ", 'I enjoy his play. .' ".
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.... '_ .
= J.. !. t ,- .." 1 boy'needs to be he ,

-- Many yean! ago Kh. lmnlee' school _ljo. 61;,'" 'J7t.t". it.>' V'';1f.: 1ft1Jj: ; needs to be shown that understood someone ia interested >

ft board I fastened er -wagon to a .tarand r ,1d in him and cares whether hot"
determined that some day the star n'iJ.fJ tiK j'i'' "'r.j;.:.I f 3 1 dY is all right or not. Isn't it wonderful '
iJ
'. should be reached. Since then the .>.. !.i:I"J.b.<,"'" "" ,. .-"...'. )C f/' >,I how much more influence one can have'over .
school has been progressing,rapidly I a boy that one treats as a com 1

Sun, there is some distance to travel rode There's no use trying' to get ,
yet. It is something like the case of away from it, boys will be boys and *

e4 the old darkey who said,'when some instead of trying to make girls .,of

' one asked him his age, "I'se a goln' them we must let them stay boy?.
on a hundred, but there's a mighty which they will do anyway, whether '

long ways to go yet" Opinions may .. we want them to or not. .. ,
, differ, but I have my idea of what eTt Why is it that CO per cent, of the'

our school will be like when we are t 5 A children who enter school lito'' ,'
A, f somewhat nearer the star t "_ 1 .i' t they enter the high school T -l

The "city" school as the main build- } is but one reason they ,,

ing has been called, will be used by school life well enough to '

the grammar and intermediate grades study and to care whether they ]earth" .,

? y only, for another handsome building or.no.fi Why is it. they don't'llk6It, :i


5V qualifications, will and they are Partly correct but .tto '
,
rr erected on a centrally located piece ofground r + MPSS"" A %& WCtXSS matter how/ lazy the child, the'Wiu ,:.
for the school. always do a (, .
high In this J ..uk rJ thing in which they find
"'' :1'> building' will be the library, labora- some Pleasure. The problem.. i. to
\tortes, office and-very important make the work- seem play. ;t.-f iI!

"' apeciat( room for that very disturbing First, the teacher should not be I.

,- ( \cross or overbearing; second, the spire'it '
of
the, room should

tit.v' :7 Th school above tlwr track,.or the fellowship!: ; thJtd, the teach..lSSdtoo
I "country school, 'will then be a beautiful never get old to" enter into the '

,bnck structure used by the primary cblld's sports 1 to be an .nndentandlna
I
'.grade*..In connection with them 'J''i' comrade to he boy, and sympathet:
y .a ,) kindergarten children not. yet friend to the girl. '. ajc

sot school ag- will b* conducted by a : Combine these principles with fti
-. r r ness on. the of .
4tthoroghlJfguallfiedreeache: ,;:under part the twicner.
"' t: t.h4a'r.fuperrision, of our! school board.. "j' I operation on the part of the-PI
4 ; ,. *" r OIIi-ofTtb.-roollla-h..ul .. and the pts} activity of the
!
"r . - \ inJwi
.: 1i,- d ,OTTrtoaP eial class for abnormal ,. the i child will be the only natnraVz
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.. A new poverty : springing up
In schools where j physical examinations the'United State*-a. poverty of the n '
., educated elas..... We, have ,.ea'snd
ls .re' held it ha been shown that
still areespecially: proud of the edu-
e twelve out of every hundred children :
h are "mental ''Y unusual." Some are cational opportunitieswhich thiscountry ,
affords to its humblest cJUzns. -
feeble-mindej, others morally weak, ,
(: -. and many are afflicted: with defective _ __ Many of our universities are'filled
e sight, and: he ring. Some are nervous "c with poor men's son*. Lecendshave'been'woven
about .the boys who
. and oversensitive, or a few years,, re-,
through
their college"tending
"worked
" tarded in mental growth. way
Indeed furnaces anal waiting on ta
It truly be said, of every school.
., bles. It is these boys whom we idolize
e' what teacheii has not had experience
'e" \ with one+ if not all, of the abovementioned r; Jyr' ', whole gift and peraerverance we hold
It children T up as an example to the young, that

n In tact one of the greatest problems are now adding anew problem.to our

II that confront the teacher of today is. already overburdened social scheme..
"What shall I do( with the abnormal These men' form whatUglght be
- child?" His case needs special atten- termed the "intellectual proletarlte"of

s tion. Inasm ch as he has started Out the country
a. in life so much more poorly equippedthan I ;yi ,1y6 . tl , w1 According to an eastern Investiga' ;.. '
New York city alone t
tor there 'are in
+ the average child, it is a self-
about 1,400 college bred men who ,
Ii. evident fact that he must have more alt
', care and better training to fit him fore ._ are lr1ngetorwarfound. A graduate ,
the other
of -
good citizenship.But .
,
the' street Of the -
S alas! in grades where there are daysweeping
i- fifty, .sixty, and sometimes seventychildren metropolis. Among the unfortunate
underworld to whom lie
e In charge of one teacher this character e
'f i special care and training is impossible. en Gould gave'a dinner shortly be-

4 fi Indeed, it would be unfair to the other i fore she was married there were 20O ". J
iI men, it is asserted, who possessed a n
(o children of the grade if she spent as ,
Ir much time and energy upon the abnormal iI I higher education j In the bread line A
I on the Bowery, it is' claimed, thereare
'" ..., child as his case requires. And ,
.4' in he is left do fore \k\\1 M found boys 'who carried off honors ;
so to
many cases, I r k f
, himself as best lie can. Often he fall.I.'f II II I ( tit a y in Latin and-Greek, accomplished

I .. to make his grade. Sometimes he remains I rat linguists, and men who know their

i I- { i in the same grade, year after I Kant, Hegel and Neitzsche.The jt
education" has of
Ie year, doing the same work and think- II I "personal !
1- J jng the same thoughts. Indeed some II course, much to do with, the making '.

,e of the very feeble-minded never complete I (or unmaking of a man, with.building; 't. ..
,t 'j! the primary grades.This up or destroying his career. Not an ... .
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inconsiderable number of the 1,400
e constant striving'after something '
, college tramps and criminals in New '
i and never attaining becomes, ,
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York, no doubt, have themselves to \
(o in time a menace to the child. He {
loses his spark of ambition; he ceasesto blame for( their condition. There are)
among them men. in whom the *.hiftle.s -.
care and gives trying altogether.
up
strain is much
. Being forced to work and to associate and irresponsible '
., with children so( much younger than I I stronger than all the training in industry

1, himself is constant shame and humili- that year at a university N
ation.to him: and so in self-defense he OFFICE AND LIBRARY-OSCEOL A HIGH SCHOOL. may Inculcate, yet there is no deny .' ""-
e ing that the opportunities for the college it "
becomes a "bully" on the playground, Miss Eleanor Moaeley Librarian; ,Miss Nina Bratton, Asst-Librarian. t.
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to show that in strength: at least, he ,-. graduate-that1 is, for the man. .:
who has centered his education. in '
can excell. From this begins his cAreer
as a "bad boy," which leads later -the experience of fifty years. Even Shirts and ties! The rainbow is a young 'vigor-they had leaned heavilyon I twist their cjjnging tendrils. One sister what is l-mown as the liberal arts, and \
a to the street loafer and eventually to I a united and democracy I Jaded rag besides them. Stripes-wide the failing strength of the tired old I is a guest, at first a temporary, not in the professions- are circum + ,
r, the bad citizen. i. would have had tight every step of stripes, far-apart stripes, vivid stripes, mother. but afterwards a permanent one' in scribed. The ministry and the teaching -
f +' I The morally weak child, who is, inmost the way for a working majority in the stripes'of red, orange, purple, yellow She had been their guide in their the home of people whom she had professions pay so little a man
o + cases, feeble-minded also, has a I' next congress; but a divided democ-I every color that has ever; been invented baby days, as it is good that a mother hypnotized with her perpetual inefficiency cannot take them up unless he decides -
still more demoralizing effect upon the' racy is a standing invitation Solid colored shirts are jlf Excellent should be, and l later, when the two I to stay single or Is willing to expose :- .
school. He develops morbid and unwholesome -: publican walkover. ? style, but they are a bad sec daughters might have taken many a She is strong, she has had the op- himself and his helpmeet to a iii' ,
a thoughts of life; indulgesin This country cannot live by 'politics J ond in the race for popularity. And responsibility from the bowed old. potrunity which an excellent education life of hidden privation In business ..
-'" in bad habits, among Ihern-profanity. alone. 4tis JtjJLn necesgary! the ties must be a mixture of everything shoulders, might have made the wayntittle i I should give to even the most ordinary -- If l .-iiTi/nrtiinMt ly jnlv tggjttlllthat:
jt and the use of tobacco, and by his influence i several million people to earn their : Even-the": gloves--are- green !wwotKej-f r-4h Ur 'd-feet.the. mind but- she is lazy. while it is asserted! publicly that a college ';- ,,
0 corrupts the minds and morals daily bread, aVid they want a cham That 'ia the newest note from glove- mother continued the old-self-sacrinc- And so 8he 'f'em ;'independent! on l'training a good-foundation-foeu y

v, of the other children in the grades to earn it. The notion that go"ci. n- dom. Green stitched in black and injf methods without thought that I the charity of people whom she' has business man, privately: many employers ", ,,
PS i r There ia a remedy, however,'for this irent: > must b." H continuing obstacle) in worn with a green hat. Suede_gloves things might \be otherwise, which is no claim whatever, and on whose good refuse to be bothered with ."' '
pitiful state (of affairs. The normal the way of national prosperity mikes are also stylish, stitched with black or also a way that mothers have; I nature she works with her perpetual green" college men. These..men; pre- I !
; and-the abnormal child should be sep little appeal to their common sense. white and fastened with buttons to This mother, then, was drifting II complaints and grievances.The the boy who can go up to the 1.1.fer
arated. Special teachers should be The same power that so severely pun- match the color of stitching. There is away from life, and 'all her thoughts' other daughter is in even worse ledger and do the work, even .if his
it !" supplied for the abnormal child andy ished the repuhlican party for its folly also a tan washable glove that is very were of the-twu-giils-so-noon- to be-left,. rase, ltafar-a any question of jegain-: mind i t. a blank outside'' of the ledger. "" h

a' each teacher should have such a limited 16 capable for .meting out an equal modish for the more conservative man. without their lifelong pVop, their unfailing I ing her self-respect goes. They i that the num. wliu- knows '

d }t number of pupils to instruct that measure of punishment to the deniodatic Dame Fashions' doors! are 'wide opento helper and guide.So Offered the shelter of the tiny home' nothing outside of his particular work
d she may have time to spend much care' party. you, "brother man," and from the far, shVhad not asked that day of a girl friend-a home maintainedby is more likely to stick, and even stick \,
n r I, and attention upon the individual. In i There are various democrats in I dignified gentleman in blue serge and for her daughters, thinking, unselfish sheer herd work, by unremittingeffort without grumbling. I;
t this way many of the slightly abnormal Rllhinl"'ton"-who' still think that they white linen to the dashing youngster to the end, that she would not cloud --she has stayed on without Examples) of Ibis are not wanting

a '., children may be brought up to; "are l-ijrjrer men than old Wilson;; in striped shirt, checked suit, plaid tie, their young lives with any nearer ac- making the smallest move in the direction A young man of .twen -thr.. who .:
the regular standard A physical examination but if the democrats cannot carry the and flaming "puggaree" round his quaintance with shadow and sorrow of independence."She graduated from one of /the leading- ;
h, r and medical attention will' country next fall on thei i record of stiff, straight brimmed felt hat wom- than was absolutely necessary. Their see the departure of her friend universities of the countfy with honors Itf

a ."r place the abnormal child, who is abnormal -' Woodrow Wilson, they cannot carr it ankind welcomes you 'tf>> that adorably friend who sat with the mother, tak- every morning for a day of strenuous but having no taste for teaching, .
e I\l._ because of adenoids, hookworm on anybody's record. If it is impossible intoxicating pastime, the buying of ing the absent daughter's place, work, and sees her return each even- came to Chicago recently hoping to
o., defective: sight and hearing, and to secure a united democracy to pretty clothes.-Mlle. Blanc in Southern thought otherwise, and her unspoken ing, tired out-and all that suggests work into some line of business. He-
e ; r physical inability in general, upon an support the president, it is just ns Woman's Magazine. condemnation of the two girls who, itself to her' selfish, feeble mind is a had every requisite that, a promising 11'
witf well to have republicans in could their recital of tier woes' and applicant.for--Job-la busine .. '
p equal footing the normal, healthy congress carry self-indulgence even own grievances -, -&; ,
e "{ child. For the very feeble-minded and to oppose him as to have disloyal dem- O 04000004004040000 O so far was not a light one. against life. tabltshment should have. But he had '-, "

morally weak, manual training and ocrats. All professional politicians are .. ? However, there she sat, and did ; It is a pretty picture, is it'not? no 'experience,' and for -weeks could!
t wholesome games should be interspersed beginning to look very much alike to + RAISING CHILDREN TO V what was In her power to smooth matters Those two girls are, to my mind, more find no work. He was reduced to. his 4
r with the regular mental train- the American people. BE HELPLESS DRONES'. for the dying woman. truly despicable than the meanest beggar last dollar, and appealed to one of the
e ing. Manual training especially may The president has tried to hold his 4 0 At last the request that the daugh- who whines -but the story of his largest concerns:: in the city- for "any
be recommended for the abnormal party to a high standard, of principle. 0 ..00,0 40 0000000- 0 ters 'might be brought, that the fall JUs .forall the world to hear. ''i'h'eare kind-of a. "Job" to bold body and soul 'S
by F 'child. This is the first step in mental For the most part he has succeeded ing eye might onoe more fee" on-'t the blessed,..with health and with together. lie wanted to start at the
'
. F ,training,' as it "is only through the and no other president in an equal Below I give-yOU a" picture drawn beloved faces. But the two girl strength/anoXyet' ignominiously bottom he told the employment agent
s fingers that' the mind first comprehends. period of time ever succeeded more from life says Laura Kingston in theCleveland would. not face the Shadowy Presence cling, parasite fashion to the first.support of'the concern. He would'take only

t Then, too It. gives the child fully in commanding the intelligent Plain-Dealer, f have, per'. which 'reigned I in the room They which cornea their way.' 96 or $7 a week. The employment

the joy of having created something, respect' : of. the 'country.. But if th4 haps, deepened the. shadows a little, were.too ''sensitive," and gave way' to All their personality, aU) their char\ agenttook pity"on, the boy and was
the confidence fti one's ability, in having party as. represented in congress it placed the central figures in rather hysterical display, unable, pr unwilling acter is being sapped in inglorious dependence about to give him a job for $9 a week
t. accomplished some desired end. Inn tired of principles and sanity, if it in higher relief than in the original scene, to gather their forces together and on the efforts of others,and In the shipping room, but.ebanged hi
many cities this has been tried and determined to .five the country another that I may be enabled more effec- decently accede to their mother's last neither will lift a little finger to help mind. He tranklj;confessed )to 'th* ruff-
t1. ? has proved successful. exhibition of democratic asininity tively to outline for you the salient herself out of the pit. applicant.that it would be poor policy

,a & In short, physical examination, separation it will pay the full penalty at points and incidents. wish.And: so the daughter's place ':lVa8 ---- -- -- --- to give him'such a -job...b.cauae.of.- ,
i'f
v from the normal child, special thf.' polls In Noveirii-er.; -New York In an old New York house a mother taken by a stranger, who had more You know that the! Other Fellow\ the fact that he, the applicant, had a ,
teachers and special training are the \N rid. lay dying. 'She was tired, and sad true feeling for the noble, is Unreasonable because he takes the college education. It would not do, ae

qnly means by which we may equip "PEACOCK FEATHERS" FOR MEN. with much trafficking with sorrow. ficing- mother than the other side of the argument.. But-that explained, to give him the Job as as-4
e the abnormal child for .life; give him She was glad to follow the Beckoning long devotion. self-sacrl'l is just what the Other Fellow is think- sistant to the shipping man- for-this- ...

,_ ". the capacity (of earning a living and Towards the younger man as wellas Hand, but only one thought drew Now the scene ill : ing about you. reason. He would make .good .too
,_ to get the best out of his every ability. the man who likes a- flash of brightness her to earth-the thought of the two helplessness and ineffective characters quickly and would have to be advanced- ; '
I' in his costume fashion has this daughters she would leave behind. which once depended on the mother What has become ofg the old-fash .in a snort time or he would leave.
a t 4400404400004444404C season turned a smiling face. She has Always had they looked to her for which once depended on the mother I ioned statesman who used to Point It is a poignant criticism of our unbridled '
0 tumbled her riot of colors.at his feet. 1 everything, and with all their fresh have found new props 'round which to With Pride and View With Alarm. Individualism in business. We ,
have been talking much of late about '
VICTORY OR 4 --- - ... --- n ____ _______ _____ it
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( *Ci i' we turned attention -toward the improvement - r
._ djLy'
Thedemocrats have just!; lost a cong k' 1_ : a rr
,. sional district in New Jersey by an '"a ; in the lot of the man in
e ".. will $ t .atj't'ry' overalls. The new poverty, the porertyof ..
a' it. overwhelming majority. They / r t6' 3w" S ,, ,
districts ''' Q the educated glasses, U not- a :w ..7w
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lose a great many congressional '
I a, 1hw r '
J -, -- next fall if the democratic leaders ( 5h f r yrs. (.y+ Yr'4 y. 7 mere-dream.; -- It- is pressing-onward.1! I

In both houses of congress do not Sq' in the United States at a much fester "I
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,. 'soon have some sense knocked into l 'YNyY "Yec. pace than most of us .u.pect.--Chi. ;

e their heads. ; -. Jlw.ue ''t.1,' rf7 % ,,. as' ,, cago Tribune.

11 It While the democratic majority stood iite + THE STARRY FLAG \
.1 firm in support of the president it was THAT MUST BE RESPECTED'
,. ,' of the party under the leadership of Nietysix
d. ti sera ago Friday, at 2:
Champ Clark and Senator O'Gorman it r e eI o'clock in the afternoon, the first United . ,
e decided that the profits of a subsidy- States flag of the present design a
, Y Lit seeking ship monopoly were, more important I was hoisted over the house of representatives -
e: than the principles of the at Washington. It had
,I r i democratic party or the triumph of a : twenty stars and thirteen stripe The

a democratic" admiixistration.). trouble- beat I flag had been"'made in New York: by

gan. - the wife of _Captain S. C. Reid, famous-
No sooner was the issue joined in I as the commander of the privateer
( the Seventh New Jersey district than General Armstrong. Mrs. Reid sent it

f S the progressives threw over their own hy mail to Congressman Wendorer,
- P' candidate and marched back to the republican who had been sponsor! for the raw act

p ranks. This is what will happen by which the law of 1794, providinga

r '? in scores of congressional: districts new stripe and a new star for each "

e, next fall, and a divided democracy state, was changed to require only a r'
Ascannot successfully! resist a reunited I new'' star for each state. Thirteen'

e%f republican party. (' stripes were to be preserved to represent -
. i What the country needs especially ar 15MM'"j'j' : the original colonies.
o" 1'' ,4 S is for congress to finish its work, and : : The-law making the new banner the

,h; Y ., give commerce, trade and industry a 'official flag of the United States be't''t
chance to recover from their long period "" '
e _, came effective July 4, 1818. **
w of depression and stagnation. The : Nearly: a hundred million people t .

11 l longer congress IsJn session, the longer .live beneath that flag today, as compared ( -
s the doubt uncertainty must i with less than 10,000.000 nine' "

d, i continue. head congress passed thee i ty-six years ago, and it waves over a f'
.Panama tolls repeal act without permitting combined area, several times greater
4 a handful of ship-subsidy democrats I than 'that represented by its twenty. ,1
to make a fool of the .
d party states in 1818. Its westernmost recognition ,
I and had then taken up the presidentstrust + I was then along the Mississippi ,
1 program without delay, au adjournment river. Today the forty-eight states rr
d by June 1 would have been sweep unbrokenly across the coatinenC
:
e .' possible, and the country would have The flag ha_ also been planted over +
had opportunity to adjust itself to all the Philippines, over numerous strategic
!I the ew conditions before i the fall elei islands in the Pacific, over the ,'
"
., tions. enormous area of. Alaska and afthe, '
. For more than ft.. year the republicans I new gateway. of 'oceans at Panama.
r have been praying"for the democratto ; Several .years 'ago n.was carried v

i ,make fool of themselves, \."' around the world by a fleet of American -, .;'

and the wish hue finally. :been granted .- .. battleships, and' just' five .y arsagw \ ,
The offyearagainst elections invariably run I ' ; .f .. 'it was planted at the North.Polsm,'
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CHEMICAL'LABORATORY--dsCEOtA.HIG'H
\. the' party;in power.. That. -is. : .SECTION:.OF PlIYSICALAND, :,by. .Dr.:Cook and Commaaderr-J7.-. '
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+ 400404040400044044' ed on" 11th Street between Indianaand 1
Illinois bible to obtain better results in our This subject was taken up at the beginning .
1 a Avenue. school work of the midwinter term. The I
<- When school the following : .
HIGH opened
THE
II SCHOOL.a
interested
, Not a year has passed in our his- pupils have been greatly 4
a 4 September 1911 this new building was "
tory without a me improvement in in this work, and many enjoyable
(! Main.) 4 NO near completion it was occupied by in discussing .
+ 4 the school. . ...', building and appliances periods have been spent I
I, The outlook is bright for a better the romantic history i of the land of .
i
,
i 44,40444444445'-4444'44 A fourth teacher wax necessaryand equipped science department next De Leon and Narvaez. + w'

the after Christmas, a fifth teacher year. We will, therefore, be enabledto The pupils' interest in this subjectled
In August HIll, privilege wasgranted I
wax employed, with an enrollment! of gtve the; practical demonstrations to several essays being written on j ,
school
of
to us adding to
a; high school department. pur The following I un.Thl' 1 necessary for a better mastery of the history of Florida for the MidWinter s

month, six students were enrolled year passed more pleasantlythan .1 these branches, and can make them Exposition at Orlando Two '

for the ninth, tenth, and eleventh would seem possible under all more interesting and of much more of these essays received; prizes offer.

t grades, but the number was. rrtriditionh' and cx'client work -was vital importance to the pupil. An ed by the St. Cloud Ladies' Improve ;

more, than doubled in u shall lime.The done. : interested pupil is an advancing pupil. ment for best work in that line.

course, of .study" load l i l out l Iy the Duting the summer vacation the Advancement is our aim. The' civics of Florida has been
,ti County Hoard /of Education for these school )building was made twice as '..} : We strive to train the student'' for studied in connection with its history, "''

grades was covered: large, and In l now an excellent, large 'r'J' life and to make them worthy to min and ,the thought Jivetto each subject .

This year each a..h..1' was furnished building, bring sixty by eighty feet. ; gle with the best and able to fill an will surely develop high ideals of 4

i an excellent library desk. The. At the opening of school in Sept- ; \ honorable position in the world. patriotism and good citizenship i''

Ladies' Town Improvement club pie- ti-jnlxT, 1012! six teachers were em- 11jj '1." We will continue-as long as we are

tented us a Webster's. International )loyed and after Christmas a seventhbecame i connected with the school-to do all in OUR PRESIDENTS.:

Dictionary and thru the efforts of neoe"'.sary. t'' our power to make it equal to the "
iYl t yyPrr best. omeTacts for the children to study
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Mr. S. Squires, we noon had an excellent The enrollment thin term was 230. Y k I about our presidents: Six of them "+y r
holder for it. Considerable was added in the
way each and succeeded '
served eight ;
The next year, 1912, the twelfth of appliances for doing better work. 4444 44444044444444. themselves years to-wit: George Washington -
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I grade was added to our school. AI- During the present term beginning 4. > Jefferson James a
Thomas t
tho Home of our number had fnovcd in September 1918, eight teachers have o THIRD ,AND FOURTH M Andrew ?
Madison James nroet
I away, yet students came so that our been employed and 250 pupils en- GRADES. Jackson and U. S. t;rant. Grove
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classes much larger, and two rolled. 4
were
t but not ,
served eight ,
Cleveland years
teachers were employed for the highit 5 lf j 4.< Fleda Doolittle.) .<>- in succession. Abraham Lincoln and ;t't ;

I d school. 400 'iei444444444444 William McKinley were both elected .
Blinds were provided for the windows a 4r ? M I Ia 44'0'044444444444444 4We for eight years each, but were assassinated {i,1

and these were very much apr 4 ritlMAKY DEPARTMENT. 4 y' TA"t } 'are glad to note the goodly shortly after their second 't t.

jfVeciated' by all. 0 l number of pupils in the third and terms began. William H. Harrison ,

n Miss Vera Hargravc having completed (IrU Oliver.) 4 fourth grades during the past three only served one month before he died U.
the course of study, was the
; <- ::1 years. Zachary Taylor served one and a .
,; first person to be graduated\ from our 44 444 4144444444444 died. James A. Gar-
At the closing of school May 17, years before he t
school. The exercises of the eighth ..
,:
and. died
1912 we had enrollment of field was also assassinated
a fs4 an forty- 1
and twelfth grades were held thesame Trie eldest of a family of ten, I have i six. Last year the enrollment was six months after his induction into

evening. Supt. W. .1, Scars. always from earliest recollection: forty-two and today we have an en- office. John Adams was the oldestat

was present, and spoke words of been associated with children, and rollment of forty-seven representing the time of his death of any of our 1

praise and encouragement to all. from u tiny girl have helped to mother twenty different states. presidents, being.nint'ty years old at

p; This year the number of students" to sympathize with and be joyous v the time of his death. John Adams
This fact
in the high school is more than four with them, and 'although I have been k a' I proves very interestingand and Thomas Jefferson both died the F'

times -as Large as in the beginning teaching for a abort time I have been r each helpful child in our language work, same day, on the 4thof July, 1826, '
different
r altho three from our classes went out very successful in this line of work having a story and James Monroe died on the 4th of

{ to engage in the profession of teach Teaching little folks for a year i is and always ready to tell the other July, 1831. James Buchanan was our tt
boys and about the wonderful
girls
ing. Good reports of their work have an education in itself -in self control, : last president to be born in the Seven-
to us. Some who finished the and human things they saw and did in their home la
come discipline nature. In self teenth century, he having been born
eighth! grade did not resume their I control,. b'l'au"J: one has to control, I state. April 23, 1791. Theodore Rooseveltwas ++

studies. We wish it were possible to one elf to control others, in discp-; 'I There are thirty pupils in the third the youngest president ever inaugurated I

fb make all young people realize the I line, in that regular routine tends to grade and seventeen in the fourth being forty-two years old .#

,importance obtaining at least, aj make regular habits, and in human na- i grade. All have been willing and conscientious at that time; W. H. Harrison being the k

good high school edu<:atin. The four'years lu'f. because each child has an 1nltivdustity .. . . + r.wiEis"w. I workers and have cause to oldest, sixty-eight years old when he "
-" --
-- develops 1 I be proud of the work accomplished.The .
spent thatpurpose -- wfli"hth.*- 4ea..her- must took the oath of office. President

? a person so much, and prepares study and understand before she can spirit -of love'''Adobedien-. to Wilson wilt be fiftyeight ye.Ii,1'8old..

i i him much better for the duties and bring forth the best qualitien.\ GRADUATING CLASS ST CLOUD HIGH SCHOOL. 'our Creator and the Divine life have December 28, 1914. Only two ex-

w conflicts of life. These times demand I think one who does-not love children been manifest throughout the year.tach I presidents are livintr. John Quincy
---- ---- -- - -- -
pt good citizens with clear visions and should never teach. If there is I I : morning our school has opened I Adams was the highest educated man .

r I with trained intellects, and it is the no love for them, the teacher cannot watch their eye widen with interest County's Course of Study for the I I i with prayer and quotations from the ever president, W. H. Taft the heaviest -

+ mission of education to supply this feel the,interest in their welfare that when told how the ugly caterpillar seventh grade has been thoroughly |I Eible. We find it the moot helpful and} Abraham Lincoln the tallest

deb 1'IiI' -- -- - -- she-should,-and the best results can- change into a beautiful butterfly, or covered by this class and we feel I that, end profitable way to begin the day's man. John Tyler Millard Fillmore,

A class of three is to be graduatedfrom not be obtained. Spontaneous affection how pretty flowers spring from the most of them are well prepared to work. Andrew Johnson and Chester A. Ar- r '

the high .school this year. We for them will awaken a like feel dirty, muddy places.I take up eighth grade work the com Much of our success is due to the thur all served as president without

think it will be hard to find a better ing in their hearts for the teacher, think teaching is a wonderful ing term. hearty co-operation of the Hon. Boardof being elected only as vice-president,

s' G, clue The closing exercises are to and no task will be too hard for them. work, and it is a God given talent to 1 Education, Horf. Supt. W. J. Sears receiving the office by succession on

take place May fifth in the Methodist The Primary teacher faces'a grave be able to impart knowledge to chil- and the patrons of the school. the death of the president. Twenty-

} 'I.. church. Supt. Sears is to address the'eu responsibility<< for she has to lay the dren-to be able to show them the 4444444444444444444 : seven men have filled the presidential t

and to present the diplomas. foundation erf the child's education, beauties of nature through the mediumof oC'I. -4 4040044400444044444 office since the adoption of the Con

and unless he is started right, he will their eyes, to have beautiful i4 ADVANCEMENT OUR AIM * 4 stitution. William McKinley was the

r be handicapped.There thoughts; and how to express them in 4 GRADUATING C(..ASS. tlr president that ever received over .' .
4000040000000000000O the bent!' possible i 0 (Professor Carnes.) + 4 million for
are many, many little devices! way. seven votes president
.
THERE'S ALWAYS ROOM AT to keep little folks interested, and if -- - I 4 4444444444044400400Noise 4 (Mrs. Le*.) 4 Henry Clay ran three times for president I

THE TOP. they are interested they are never 4444444444444444444 4 4 and received a high vote each 1
restless and in mischief. I think all o 4 0044444444446044000Since time. Our presidents were residents/ '

..4 (Jean Thomas.) O work, from the very beginning, should < SEVENTH GRADE 4 |I rounded?by Well noise, yea.the last We part were of sur-the the establishment of the of their the following states at the time of ,-t :
4 aim to stimulate imagination andcreate 4 4 election: New York furnished "
.4.400000000004000400 a love for the beautiful. < (Lulu Atwood.) 4 ,]I year of 1911, as we were compelled! school it has been customary for those six, Virginia and phio five each, Tennessee I ,
to hold of the school completing the eighth to have
the grade
a part over
Since the beginning of the term, I I < 0 three, Massachusetts and Illinois '.'

hats ,off to the largest class in the have attempted to teach the children, 4444444444944444444When old the post almost office continuous we were disturbed by 'graduating class of nine exercises.will receive This year a two each, Louisiana, Indiana .'\
commotion of diplomas
Cloud Public"Schooll besides the reading, writing and arithmetic I New, Hampshire and Pennsylvania \ .
tSt.
L< Two wore and seven pupil entered ,. something about themselves, the present seventh grade en- traffic on the pavement in front, the showing that they have finished this one each. New Jersey is the.home of i

e 'the fifth and sixth grades during: the the earth, it's people and animal life, I tered on this year's work last Sep. chug, chug of the engine in the print- work.\ our present chief magistrate. Seven ,< ,
At the
term which is so nearly ended. Bright and .the wonderful things to be' discovered tember, they, numbered just a dozen, ing bffice atpur side; the "bang" of this.beginning of the midwinter of our presidents were born in Virginia .. I
term class contained
little minds.from, almost ,,every state In-nature.I but a more enthusiastic dozen of the letter stamp "In the hands of the members. But eighteen three in Nejw York, six In Ohio,
shining have young Americans! would .be hard to postmaster under us and the confusion some have returnedto three In-North Carolina "
In the,, Union constitute a had an enrollment of forty two in Massachusetts "o'l'
7 band whose rays ,will penetrate' far four for the term...- course, not that find elsewhere They'have kept that caused by the gathering of people at their northern homes before com- one in New Jersey, one.
the pleting the and is the I"each
enthusiastic post office. Yet in spite of the course, as casein
at now spirit throughthe In New
and
time have
up en-
0 into the future. many any. one Hampshire, Kentucky ';
commotion of the showeda all classes have failed ; .
; most some to
tire which has enabled them to pupils :
True, all cannot march in the front an enrollment of' thirty-four, twenty-I year Pennsylvania and' Vermont.-Ex-
meet all the In
'ranks some from inclination, and eight of whom will be promoted. They i I do .some very good work. lively interest in their work and requirements. spite change. ,
; of the fact that these do
helped to make the school not receive
V others by thorough preparation, excel. know their twos, threes, fives and ten : During the Winter the membership a success. their diplomas this with iw'.

Training and teaching do much, but tables, and combinations up to thiJ.tIIlx ).- of the clam. wis increased to twenty The graduating class of eight from few exceptions, have year not, f they led.; WHY GO TO COLLEGE. .

the interest of the pupil must be I have completed Primer and First by the incoming of the north<>renei's, the grammar department that year Failure is complete loss& and the' "f.
wt knowledge Reader, tell about the of of the difficulties The young person who is standing '}!': '
'c- aroused and his desire for can shape I Host whom have returned, leaving I overcome and was a earnest. work done of the
stimulated. The laggard himself Ie' the earth, can define the sininle them a luck)- thirteen at this time. credit to themselves and the school. | pupiL who have not by some from at the parting of the ways, undecided t;

rj not always to blame for being in the<
rear and neither should the teacher different kinds of people and tell history might .Jiave special mention I high school here and are doing credit-I I i growth which is far from a failure. may veil ponder this saying: of some .t ; t

be held responsible for his delinquency, of their habits and customs and can I as these twotudi. >K* have brought able work in.the hi her Their work ; sage, whose name we do not know: sA,
next will
i training and environment tell the habitation and describe ill forth some good 1 I year, be fuller "The whole of your life'must be spent yin
sS early very drawings, one The school building having been j and better by reason of the efforts 1
greatly affect the inclinations and the familiar domestic and wild nni, j of th* foimeir, of which received a enlarged i, making room enoug for the they have made this your own company, and only the "

r habits pf a ,child. mals. All of them are interested' in I first (prize in our county fair I I whole school, our *urroun
a It is the daily toil and patient application nature study, and it is a* pleasure to All of the work laid out in the I I I much more congenial. It is now pmlv seem '" worthy of mention. self.cide. In Think this through. Then de- \.J

of the pupil, together with : this age of magazines and t. :
I; _the instruction and encouragement of L -- ---- -- -- books without end, 'a young person ....

; him mount who has strength, of Character of '
'the teacher, that enable to can ? ,
Y Who V, - ". ,' '' Y become an educated man through his .
+ the l ladder of knowledge : > '.,, 1''' '
knows what pinnacle may be reached ? : own efforts jwilhout..a college course; '1

"The heights y'geat'! men reached -but !n an enterprise. so important i is it [

and kept not wipeto acquire Hi the outset the- -

i Were not attained by sudden flight; guidance of the best counselors, the It, "

4 But they, whTls their companions environment most inspiring, the com- t- t
f. ;:
slept, radeships which will be most urgent ''t 11: '

: Were toiling upwards in the night.." for all that is good through ,i I-t,
life ? These are among the coneidera- ,"'
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o OO 4440444 4 4 6444.4400nb4' 4 .+n', SWr rai* fe ffiSSPfi *?1 > $$** lions person which who make-would'it'he necessary well furnished for the, 'if {"i\, f,

4 OUR SCHOOL'S EARLY 4 t r to live with himself to get ready to ,
+ do it by training in that
gymnasium
+ o. HISTORY. .' .-,' f f"IIIIIIk of the mind and character we call the )f'

,, college.Central Christian 'Advocate.A t" ?
a O ,(Lillian Dale.) 1

, i'ri o 04460444440040000 O.o. 4 r PATIENT;;MODERATE-MAN. .ri 1 i

+ Ohio challenges r''I' 01
the
world .
1 The.lIrly history of St. Cloud duce the to 11'0- .."', "
most patient"man. ..
An .
. surely is a romantic one, and the be- full confidence that her first .t i \
own ./
en-
\ > binning of its school no less so. trant will win all the honors ; I I(
tf s. in the
'
f.r The first dwellings wveie tents contest, Ohio makes known' the "" f
.r man +4
ritched variously over the town site:: and the evidence of his patience. ,.

in August( 190J.S He is George P. Brown of Canton. ,(. ;
The town (grew no vapidly that by He hired :
but to a farmer in 1889 aq '
of 1910 school privileges at \
' January $30 a month, has not had
" Were demanded and in this month a l since but has a payday: 'i
,
P delayed till :
now suing l
established with two :
school was his
I II IaL1 employ Three hundred sat
r months ,\\I'
, teachers and an enrollment, about 1 $30 a month equals ".
$9,000 h
e i and ,Jit
pa
We hall five month'sterm.
eighty pupils. a bent Brown wants the court to. !
himr.
1 ,"-:'.... ': get that amount. s
The first two weeks of this termwere -. Think of .
in the' back of what in Think day once in twentyfive +
held room '
'' years. of a "ghost" whirs s !f...
now the Tribune office; then through) re fuses to "Walk" oftener than 'x'4 '
,
the'efforts of the trustees, a building :: in a quarter once 1''
century.
w'' { on .New York Avenue, '. o' ''' of the supermannish patience Think, further, (f'' ,,9t,
of
the Seminole Land company, an I
n+ owned by employe who would "
wait
if so long to "I li r
,
* to afford two rooms .
was partitioned bring his boss before a jury for "+r
an
4_ a which made more comfortable accom I ,, I accounting. ,
/ rest of this year. '' The Canton \ 1
/r reThe-following man, one takes it, has a ,
school
September reopened ;
moderate disposition. He has not .,,:t'
with a larger enrollment and cared to do
anythi
hasty.
sr He
-t with, three teachers, and a term of ably liked his position and prob-
.
rather f
M f
aixmonths' was held. than
embarrass
# his\ employer by in... ,
'" old building used the previous -"
',f I.4 :The J considerate demands for .
,, bad beep,moved away so it was .r 4I ferred now and then to money, pr.- 1
give him =
If' KEi. eight ',
Two
ary'to, find new quarters. or ten yean more ?or meeting the .
+. : of the .teachers with the lower grades, ," Even the benign possibil11"paY"roll

R, bad onlarge room ,on Pennsylvania! If arbitration
) a
aq '
nc
I ,r1Avenou'; ti':. ..lona.rfor the upper into I impotency when comp aaed witb pale f
\
,'I. :, : ,:' "' ...:,warn-heldln'tbelarge, roomIn' such monumental! patience th* "'
a.,
.
; ..i'
\oUlce71. .buildMassachusetts {
the eew-pojt< .
it .p.taira ; ,
don. \ ,,t,
"'".:' ,fur eh : Avenue ::. 'I., _t are pretty t '_"Ii i,
.
;-ft;', -.J. ,,-tJM.m..otlme.4rp..tw..toJ'7' ,, .. v HID RA -1rI8SI < pUI4ICp '' nj be, 'abe never looks human ;whe1l 1
I-.JelD.. rec 'tfLf i-'; wi ...;_ >EROp >tbiEE SCHOOIr=MI3 Y ,'erB&YANT; > ACHER., u' vR; i. chewing she's i '
.t ,i1>fcrkkschool! buUdinjr. ... ? r 4 r k j gum!- ,:', '4''wcf< :

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.. :' Complete' Program: of o f Commencement J : :Exercises 4i



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, ; Graduates From This, School Enter Any: Collegein; the rrhit States Without. Examination, ,





!, 'Osceola County i e High: School: ;d. May 1st to f 7th :. .1914t.t.I t.i t





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RECITAL mnmm nxznttnt: Saexnnonscr : Annual Declamation Contest


f DEPARTMENT of MUSIC . (!) .e1a l High t1uruI. aditulrium I ISundzi Osceola High School ,


( .. FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1914, 8' O'CLOCK P. M. J11n: 1914,11 t !;r.. 111.I \ Wednesday, May .6, 1914 ..

'V . '8 O'clock P. M. '

'. u
__ Kirchner l _
! .Piano Duo-Polonaise. nn.u I 1. Violin QuartetPilgrim'. chorus from "T.nnhau'er'nn....____ '
'
''i Lucy Buckets Maurine DannSelection :: --- .1___Mesars:Brown, Regero Buz/a and Miss-H. Jones _
-a-
, "After Glow"a---,- Cobb .

v _____.________- j jf r---------------=----.--------- Kohler 2. Song-"Dox'ology" ____________________;_Chorus and Congregation High School Orchestra. '' +iJI
I Irene FranktiD ,,- I II.

.- 3. Invocation _;._:__.,',_---__.____:::.-I___ _ __Rev S. W. Lawler I I. "The Fireman's Prayer"--------------------------.F. H. Conwell Jt :'yRose

'! isy Polka ________________________________________-______ Root r f'
1 Elizabeth Parker 4.- Scripture, Reading __nn.n____________Rev. A. M. Chisholm O'Berry. I +;k>

*** 2. "A Few Bars in the Key of G"_____________--__ ...______Anonymous 'i j
__ ______ ___ Lamb 5. Song-"I'll Go Where You Want Me.to Go"-.Chorus and Congregation
Little Jack Horner ________-_______--___-- -- ,
Paul McKee. ; ',,'
"'
Lois Overstreet 6. Prayer __.____________________- _____,------------Dr. A. J. Holt I .. I
: V* 3. "The Soul of the Violin.u.,____ ___Margaret Mantel Merrill

Mother Hubbard Waltz ,_--________--____________I n_1___ Engelmann 7. Ch otu.-..R oc Ie of A gel"______________.---- ]'-:---------- Robinson .. Bettie Pherigo.
't Margaret Las ley 'I ITa..

8. Sermon ______--_--___________--_--____-...Dr. .!'. B. Witherspoon 4. "Phillip the Enemy of Athens"__________-___--_____--Demosthenes : i1

n Happy Holidays _?.___n_n_n_n_____n n_ -nnn_____ Giuliani I II I Frank Calkins. : : )
Elizabeth Ledbetter .. 9. Song-"Stand Up for Jesus"------_____--__Chorus and Congregation I II '"

.- .. I I. Swan"___________ __ .___ _'______ Anonymous .' '. t
- -- '' ''- --;- -- ---,-- 10. Benediction._::__-___-..-.-..,_-___ ___. DT_W 1L-BalL .
A Fairy Tale _________.____1_____________________________-- Dutton -- ---- EdrisTScriweiVa rl.- ----"""- -- --=-=
r---
Katherine Tiller )
I 6. "The New ------------------------------H.. W. Grady I "

Winter Revels Waltz ___________________________ ___ ZimmermannNeva It may Or over not the be on stormy the mountain sea; hflifh( Stand Ye soldiers UJ>. stand of up the for cross Jesus: Will Mason Tiller. 13
r' It may not be At the battle's front Lift high Ills royal banner. I ,;,
My Lord will have need of me; It must not suffer loss: '
Brown But If by a still small voice He calU From vlrt'ry JIttl"trd." "Barcelona Beauties Waltz" _,n___n_______________.,_,__ Hildreth, ,
To paths that not know. Ills army -

Bell Rondo __________.___________________________________ Streabbog I'll answer...dear LdO with my hand.InThin. Till"PtrfBOt:; t Is Is Lord vanquished Indeed. v High School Orchestra.!'. '
\ I'll KO where you want me. to KU.Ilcfraln
rttand stand for Jesus.
up.
up
Tiller :
Mary
( ) The trumpet call obey; I 7. "Pro Patrii'1 _:"Ada Tully Ammerman
I'll KO'where you want me to KO. dear Forth to the mighty conflict, .
. Urd.OVr 'In this His glorious day I .Helen Virginia Bass. -
. ___ ____ mountain or plain or sea, "Ye that are m..... now Him" i
The Gay Chantecler _________<________ ___ ,- --- Crosby dalr serve
1'll to
sa Lord; t you want. me say Against unnumbered foes; <* t
; Your courage rise with danger 1
a Margaret Stanford I II be what YOU -wosit me to he And strength to strength oppose. 8. "Regulus to the Carthaginians"E. Kellogg,

\a. Perhaps today there are loving words itand up. stand, up for Jesus. I Toney Regero. '
I ,. -Galop Burlesque ____-_____"_._. __ ___-___ _-- ____ Gurlitt Which may Jesus be now would in the have paths me'speak.There of sin.. The Bland arm of In flesh His will strength tall yon alone; ; I', . .
I Som wand'rer whom I should seek.O Ye dare nut trust
Lois Johnson Havlour if Thou wllt.be my Kuldi- I'ut on the gospel armor.your own. i 9. "Scorching vs. Diamonds_________J..__________ .Pauline Phelp*
t Though dark and rugged the jxay... Each piece put on with prayer;
....
, My voice hall echo the messaire .t. Where duty: calls, or danger.He Grace W .
; Guinea-Hen's Party _____-..--_--_--,--___--"._____--_ :________ Crosby I'll say what you want jne to say.There'ssurely never. wanting there. ;i nn . :

t T Matlie Stanford. . In earth's harvest somewhere fields a so lowly wide.Where place. Bland The up.strife stand will" up not for be Jesus lone; 10 "Ole Mistis"_ __.__r_-__,---__ ,.---__._a_-John. Trottwood Moor ;
\ 1 may labor thro' life's short day .This day the none of bottle I
f 'I: t, For Jesus the Crucified. The.next the victor's song; j Harris Downing.; <. '
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i.. ',' .Quartette-Annie' Laurie'-------------------- . . ___.__'....-X'., Peake So And trusting knowlngTholilovet.my all toThy tender me, are, To. A him crown that of overcometh life shall be; " ,. ,' ., '." ', V" '" ', . '.' .,,, '. ,.'4'. ;'',?";: '('/*'?, 'I.-...', .''' -' .'
, " ', ; f. \ I'll do Thy will with a heart sincere, Ue with-the King of Glory'Shall J . : -
-s.: /r Helen't Bassllns. );' ., ,..i.\.I.\i ;\ '."',",., "''.,..,;.\.,..Ii"i"M.unne .D.nn ,,,' ". 1'llbe vhat.......,ou Waptme.tp .be..' . 'ralrn, eternally.. ,', i, . II.",;I"J 1 a ck'.'; .".iiJ.ji. -.M1-w.Elizabeth'StwrtPhelpt.c. t I .,
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o ,et v ;" :";" t : r- '. :. : ., ; ., .
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. \ ___ *: "fc- .n'LilliaorPrentiif ' . . ;; ,,5..'I\1'\h"l"li'l" ,,, '----J.--.., : .\.'.. JI> \4,' ',,1.1. v)'"!''.II'! ' !II ;.. I ,
Buckets Ethet 0 }
I : RoberlOn
!"t'1-lf.
Lucy .1. :
,.. ', . ... 1; : "'. .",'. .. f.IjhJ. '"e' ,,' .1.-:; .

: t__ Oesten 12. "The Unknown Rider"__'___..._....___________-______-George Lippard n ,
" Dollies'. Dream -' - Lucile Downing Ernest_ ...Oliver.o r
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' sxcriscsll1nnrln "Mimi" ________-._-_-___________________________...,_.,.____ Leigh
\ Dancing Wavelets ___-____n___________________________ EngelmannMamie .
i .l ),' High School Orchestra.
_. Pilley 4 t91lt.
g fuming, "Wag ,
t\\, Decision of Judges and Delivering of Medals.
. .: Soldier's Patrol. __.--_-1.: __.__________________________nn__ Schytle Eight P'tlark X

:? ., Muriel Prentis Hiqh School 1 Auditorium= .. .

f ". ".
i ;" Yuletide Bells ____.u--------n-------n---------n Goer eler
,''.,' Flora Weidler 1. 'Invocation .___._:_ Dr. A. J. Holt Graduating Exercises-

, ;1 -- ; ---. .. _2.__ Song. _"Florida! My Florida" ; '
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:- V' ffcmble Feet Polka _________________unnn______-____: Blum Class; -.;- - - - - -- -- -.. -- ---- y:- .- -

I! '4-' Edith Miller 3. Recitation-"Who's Afraid?" a Osceola High School F;

I. ; ';* .
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& Muriel Prentis .
,: e The Tyrolese _______________.J-:----------------------T------' : Heinsi' s.7
'. Dolli'e Alford "4. Instrumental Solo "Spring" H. Lichner i .. .
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tt tti ._ Katherine Jackson I Thursday, May '
1 ;
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_______. == LochnerJ .rr
Gypsy Dance .-------- ----------------- -- Schutt .
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"I ) Carr 5.Tender Aven a------------------------- O'clock P M. \ r
K5therine _
High School Orchestra f.i
.

( Pet of the Household Polk _______________________________ _Blum 6. Recitation-"The First Banjo"' .
j'1' Grace Winn i Sadie Bry an.

r ?, 7. Violin Solq-"Retrospect". __._.-. -.Tolherst- Invocation --._,_?--' Rev. S. W. LawlerI' -

) _________________ Beyer "
Rondo __ ------------------------------- Gary Brown ,

J; ; Katherine Jackson Overture ___-_- Laurendeau .M
.- 8. Duet"Vake! Caprice" ______,,,- Rathbun I High School Orchestra. +;
Flora Weidler and Gussie Winn
+ N"' 'ant _____________.____________________-_____.------------ Heins f
a t ,'. \ Gussie Winn 9. Recitation-"Jimmie Brown's Dog" Essay-"Universal Peace.n___-_n____.Winner of Fell Essay Medal '

\ ,-? \ Gerald Rivers ...

K* || cno de la Floride -------------------------------------- Gottschalk .Chorus-"Pond Lilies"-.- Forroaa I+
Wettach 10 Oriental Dance _ ---: ------------- Allen D'
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