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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 8, 1914
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00645
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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"J.1 'k CAMPAIGN .J' 4 !' UNION' :.HELD ::1, '

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THE DAY I II The annual state meeting .of the

I Carpenters' and Joiners' Juion. -Was.
i The political pot is beginning to boil I held in this city last- Monday,and
in Osceola county and every candidate Tuesday and the meeting was an tntereotlng -
t. is now mingling with the dear people I I S. one from start to finish and
and telling how faithfully they will all the visiting guestsa seemed jlo ffn,
.4. -j-'; perform the duties if the voters will heartily enjoy their stay in our midst :
-only entrust to them the offices they L -- "Th meeting WM called-to Otd i' at -1

," seek. Fraternity ball Monday afternoon, the ,
'r The campaign was formally open- i'delay being caused by a number of
ed last SaturdaY-' 1ornin : at Narcoos- ? delegates who were detained by the j
see with a big all-day picnic, fish fry wreck of the A, C. 1.. at a point south
i.r' I and public speaking, at which time I I"f which delayed their arrival here untilpast k7'
every candidate asking for the suffrage I the noon hour.
l if." of the dear people was invited The address of welcome upon 'be
.......andJpected to be present -and tell half of the -city was delivered in avery

b i\ I the people where he stood upon the .. apJSropriate'and interesting way t 'M1'by
.t'l questions now before the people and May the mayor,
.. -t1 what he would do or not do provided ..v_ -- -: ._ ._ ____ _____ _.,_ _ and also a very able address upon behalf '
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I ;'I' he should be entrusted with the responsibility -" of the) board of trade was made +
. ..l of theoffice.. I Commencement Week Gala by Editor C. F. Johnson of the Os t
;\ Special preparation was made for 14 CARS FAT CANDIDATESFOR ceola Journal extending to these dis .
,it. the comforts of all who cam and ample tin&llahedIelt..a hearty welcome to '
provision was on the ground to IrLJCissimmeeSchoolLARGE our city, and upon behalf of the.cboo..ncLthe 11r
v4' _. ct-multitude-end-yet'&i-.baskets I county at large, Hon.
full of the fragments were gath CATTLE lEAVE W. J. Sears delivered a very appropriate
..c-.cered after the crowd had been fed. CONGRESSWEHERE address, thus making the delegates -

x The day was an ideal one and AUDIENCES ENTERTAINED -. ors-in the feel that they. were thrice welcome
grammar and in ,
leo- one
'u to
pie were gathered from all parts 0 our city.
WITH SPLENDI'D ITRO- the high school. '
county expecting to see and hear I After the open session was concluded -
1 every This medal, 'he said had been
candidate express himself, but quite a FORTHEWESTMore GRAMS THROUGHOUTTHE OIL merit,. won the union went into executive
by .Miaa-Chriatine-1v.--and j E EAt
1 - session-and-took the --
few of the candidates, for some cause WEEK. she was called and vane forwaru and up regular-row
tine of business.
Yy'y or another, failed to put in their ap- accepted it. Music for the occasion organization. as pertaining- to their
9 pearance.Of That Kissimmee has been ablaze, ;
y was furnished by the high school orchestra -
Tuesday morning the
the three announced candidates during the, week with entertainment and it would be council re
+'"r who want to represent': Osceola cpun- To Follow in from past the different department find a. band of difficult to convened .for business, session ayj, v
Rapid musicians Graystoife
iy in the next general assembly only of the school goes without saying, and who can young render music in anywhere amore the Casino O board Col.j/1'S.of:J.trad.Triplett, addresesd president the of th*
f one was presenti body
who has had the of and
everyone pleasure charming harmonious
Hon. S. J. Triplett, who is asking the various hs than does mane : upon "Organised Labor and Its Derv c,
; witnessing ner the
SuccessionGREAT programs I high school orches fits the '
to Laboring Man. .
-the voters to confer upon him the been treated to real first class entertainment tra of Kissimmee. Tuesday Night Wa;/Ad-
,___t honor of -representing this county in is an undisputed fact. Wednesday evening the declamationcontest I' dress was highly pleasing'and, by.
the lowe house of the next general unanimous vote It was requested that
E The first attraction of the series was conducted and this, like I
INDUSTRY FOR OSCEOLA was I the address be In
A assembly! was present and delivered 1HREE ASPIRANTS FOR CON."GRFSSlONAimtWORS published the journal *,
other feature._ th-.enlixa, night, when the ever ;
on -Friday department of the
and h..waa
4 organisation
the principal speech of the occasion. COUNTY BUT SHOULD BE" week ; APPEAR: invitedw"
of recital s program was a brilliant ear
.- H* went into detail and told his IMPROVED.Last music gave cess. -i i iI JIEFURE VOTERS< AND ASK to'furnish a copy for pubU tioD., .' r,
hearers what he hoped to be able to The Splendid program Which had I The orchestra opened with a selection 1 F.OR THEIR SUPPORT.Last On Tuesday th* session completed
previously been arranged was carried I its work and adjourned but before doing .
do for the betterment of the county -
k Glow
Rull Bass "After after whlcb the
and he should be honored ; Tuesday morning out and the students showed that they so elected officers for.the ensuing.
state provided taken
I loaded and shipped from the stockpens recitations were up in the order Tuesday night, at the Gray ' '
had been given great care and,training year as follows: ,
with the privilege of ref(> stone Casino the j
in which congressional
r in Kissimmee fourteen car toadsof they were arranged .in tbeproR'ram campaign .
r as was evidenced by the mArine M. Marshall of
? this He rellent-I
ing pointed
county. >>
was opened in
week.1The Kissimmee and
cattle 660 head consigned to Missouri published .
I .-of the defects that exist in the and another consignment in which they each performed their speakers were seated on the three of the announced candidates appeared d.nt.1L; M. Bratton of. Kissimmee
yesterday and showed how they have been of 600head from Bryan & Sul- parts., stage in a''class. with Professor' EVJ before the voters tov present vice-president; Frank'MuUen' of. Tam-
': framed and passed for;the benefit of way went out to ..the'state' of..Wyom- Sunday morning the baccalaureate ans at the head. )Jut to him sat the their'.elaime and ask for their sup. pa The, secretary and treasurer '
the classes instead of the masses and ing, and this only represents. ; about sermon was preached in the auditorium first speaker of the evening. Miss Rose port. following-executive commuteswas
his hearers that if elected of the school Dr. W. B Wither- named for the ensuing year; C, ,
. assured to one-half ,of the amount of cattle contracted by' } O'Berry,. th.nPaul Mckee, 'Settle The Osceola high school orchestra E. ;Brown of .
this responsible position be.wiU.bend spoon. furnished music for the Jacksonville;. George
and other shipments will continue ? V Pherigo, Frank Calkins, Edna Schwei- occasion: Blackwelder of ,
;, ,every, energy in an effort to have The decorated which was much andenjoyed Sanford,-G. L. Ham-i
kart Mason
. for the next few days as rapidly stage was artistically .Will. Tiller Helen Vir- very appreciated mock of Kissimmee A. S. :
some at least of' these conditions as they can be rounded up and loaded. with Easter lilies, potted plants' and ginia Bass, .Tone, Rerero, Grace the audience and the Wauchula'.and G'itGlIbert' Johnson of :<:
changed to benefit the masses of the The cattle industry means a great ferns and presented a very pleasing Winn, Harris Downing Ethel Roberson ,- speakers present. Hon. li. C. Stanford land. of.La.,.
J people of the state. deal to Osceola county and the cattle appearance.A Ernest Oliver; called the meeting to order and introduced -. The next'an uj'eeti: 'ofi ;
W. M. Ferrell candidate for tax the e organization
There double speakers.The
men have accumulated neat fortunes well arranged was car- was a contest, the will
r program be held at Sanford '
,. Iv' colfector talk was present and gave a from the industry but it seems that ried out to the letter and the service young ladies'against each other and I first speaker of the evening was first Tuesday May" m& "on"the'
;+ short and solicited the vote of the Albert M. Williamson of Jacksonville
v? t there might be a great Improvement was very! impressive throughout. young men against each other There were-akt..n'diff.rnttowni
'oj- teach and everyroter.. yet made in the business. Instead of and the judges who undertook the task who paid a high compliment to our :
6 The opening number on the; and! cities represented here ., at. th
program *
if J. B. Blackwell for the of deciding had task to little "village" and said "this town
our ranchmen selling off their no easy per-
young violin by Miss meeting this week and the
a quartet delegationwas
.' nomination for county commissioner, form. contained more handsome women and
r cows and heifers to these northern
9 also present, mingling with the Jones and Messrs. Brown, Regero and seedy mert than composed of very intelligent gen",
k was ranchmen who breed them to high All were good, but there were twomeddle more any village he
y' 1 voters and gave a very Interesting grade stock and sell the improved Buzza.A to be awarded. A. S. Nelson knew of anywhere." Perhaps he tlemen whom w, are glad" to have j
1 .+ talk and asked for the votes of the stock at two or three times the price special fetaure. of the programwas had offered a medal to the boy who thought that Kissimmee had adopted com to-our city any tlm. .
, people that he may be one of themanagers received here by our ranchmen, our the singing of "Rock of Ages"by won the contest, and Senator C. A. woman suffrage and he was bidding After adjournment of the session '
., of the affairs of Osceola cattle dealers could breed the stock a chorus of young lady students of Carson had offered a medal to the for the votes of the ladies who graced the visiting delegates were taken in.. ,
_ e I.county under the commission form of here at home. and realize. the up increased .1 the school. Fully twenty, all dressedin girl who won in .her contest, so a decision the occasion with their presence. autos and driven to the club house
and the various r
government. prices! for the cattle themselves. white, appeared upon the rostum |I must be reached. After; the He admitted that he had represented attractive points of
L i r B. H. Guy, who is seeking to i.a I Besides does it not look foolish for and in a most charming way sang the Judges had consulted and compared his district in the legislature some Interest in and around town and when
LA 'member of the board of commission- us to ship our cattle to the St. Louisor II old familiar song in a new way that I notes, they announced that the general -. twenty years ago and claimed authorship the time arrived for them to say' adieu
- Uwev era of schools was also present and Chicago markets to have them gave luster to the words and made anew average of all the girls was 93 I of a few bills. He said he fav- they departed feeling that the time "
'" gave a talk along the line of work slaughtered, pay the freight on the I song of the familiar stangas. I per cent., but Miss Helen Virginia' ored the east coast canal but was not spent hare had been very profitable I
caw .. "iich he thinks should be carried out live stock north then buy the dressed The sermon, by Dr. Witherspoon was Bass was declared the winner. Harris on that account a railroad wrecker. end they will look forward with pleas-

the..c1wole meat-back these-northern butchers one.whichaliwvedihatwhadgivhis ...LDowningW& linedJtobetheauth of the.. ire to another-opportunity- 'of. vuilUng- ,E ,
4 'he day was spent very pleasantly I the winner in garb bill, which prohibited the Kissimmee r e
*' ; and pay them an enormous price subject much study and he han- the boys' contest wearing
and everybody present enjoyed( the so- for it and pay the freight back hereon dled it in a masterly manner.. He .I I The large auditorium was taxed to of uniform of societies and organizations SHINGLE MILL SOLD "
''y r ?ial features. well aa the interesting the dressed meat. taught the lesosn of obedienceHeJ its-capacity and everyone waited patiently I in public. lie took the Bible; ;
y }1w, addresses that they were given the But some one says we do not pay said that the first principle to throughout the long program II For his platform but failed to read it i BUSINESS CHANCES BANDS'The
a opportunity to hear. the freight both ways. Perhaps we stand is obedience to law to under-I'I to hear the various declamations and and only recited 'part of the ten commandments Woodall Cypress company has
The people of Narcoossee feel complimented ( do not get the receipt for freight bill to home, to( the nation and .. anxious to know who would be which he, of course, did sold its shingle mill located on 3
5r- that that town should be have learned well the \lesson of. obedience |I ed the prizes. .ward-I not quote( correctly. creek to C. 0. Hanley of Shin, is
:Y .t celected as! the place to open the campaign (Continued on page 12.) have done well. I The graduating exercises In conclusion the speaker Introduced Fla., and a part of the machinery has w
,:+ t ?F and was- delighted to have! such His discourse was listened to by a I I ducted at the high school auditorium a small toy rooster which he has been removed to this city, which was '
\\ a goodly number of visitors present crowded house and from the marked .last evening, beginning at 8 o'clock. named "Chick Aeosta," in honor ef owned by G. B. Poe. ;
} /,. on that occasion, vet they feel that selves! without first taking orders attention given to his address he seem- The invocation was offered by Rev.S. .I one of his -opponents, Mr. St. Elmo Since closing down the mill by.the
u some of the candidates who failed to ?rom those whose servant they are, ed to interest his hearers very much. W. Lawler and music furnished by Aeosta, and after giving the audience I company Mr. Poe has taken his
+9'. V put in an appearance perhaps consider or have no fixed: idea about what our Every available seat in the large auditorium I the excellent 'orchestra of the high a demonstration of how ''Chlck" would ..old position, as traveling salesman'ands up.
;!11 (that the vote of Narcoossee is not county needs and will wait until the seemed to be occupied.! school. look' the morning after theelection: now selling machinery. .
t .{ \ needed in their campaign, as they time comes and then cast their vote The first number on the program h* sat down and the next speaker of The mill that baa just thangedmana&ement .
'faile} or neglected to come and put with the side that looks to be the most All the churches of the city dismissed I was an essay "Universal Peace by the evening Hon. St. Elmo Aeosta, has a capacity Of, from a
c in.a request for it aad as a result popular.The attended their congregations and everybody Edward Newton. This essay won the also of Jacksonville, was introduced 86,000 to 40,000 shingle day and '
3 some of the citlzen..t ere will remem- times has arrived when we the commencement exercisesand prize in the contest at the fait- in Or- Mr. Aeosta said that he was a CAndi- has made a splendid per the
ber the- ndldates who\ came out and need "men" to fill our public offices took part in the services.Monday lando last February and we think it date, although nobody had asked him past season. run during ,
"j i stated their position and asked to be and occupy positions of trust, and no evening iLe eignth grade worthy ef space In Th. Valley Gazette to run, but that he wanted to go to ;
Ak'r;' ".elected. upon certain promises which longer depend upon figureheads who gave their exercises at the auditorium and and will produce it in next: week's issue congreia. ... proceeded to enumeratethe WILL SPEAK AT ST..CLOUD.
", \ honor take their orders from unseen forces which was also largely attended j *-various planks in the platform on
;:J. '4.Ieeeted those whoarefuse y commit whose only aim is personal greed and must enjoyed. : The number was a song, "Pond which lie stands, first of which U that 8. :3 Triplett candidate'for representatives
1 ; + Yi.-tbem.e\vea\ are either the pliant tool I gain without any consideration whatever The program. was made ;p of songs Lilies BUn in chorus by twenty-four he wants a bridge across the St. will address the voters .-r. ; J h
.Ii i' .some greater force behind the I for the needs or wants of the recitations, instrumental solos-etc., high sehooAglrls. John's river in Jacksonville. He also St. Cloud,at the G. A'"R. baD in'that %
rz 8 and are afraid to commit them I masses. giving a diversity of entertainmentand .> Dri Harvey W. Cox professor of city tomorrow (Saturday) 8
i in which everyone could find some philosophy and education in the University (Continued on page 12.) o'clock. t e
thing,to amuse or entertain them.- of Florida was then intro

1r Every number on' the .entire program duced,: b Professor Evans, who'.addreas.d -
,: r" was given marked attention and
., '. a Board of Trade To Meet the young people showed the effectsof subject;: JThe CalI.of Tomorrow." the .

:, careful, painstaking training,which Dr.; Cox Is a very brilliant speakerand Poll Tax Must Be Paid x ,
1t1:: fitted them for the task before them. had selected an ideal subject and

;: t.. Next Monday Night 'At the -conclusion ef the program handled It welL Be pointed out in e '
i Professor Evans made a snort -address
t unmistaken 'terms the call of Before
tl r w i Tomorrow Night <<
I\'I'\' ,;(. stating the reason for bolding under' the following four subheadings ,
rr 'leit aht'Wi1I-b th of the Board of a graduation at the completion'of the 'Mental Moral )
"tr": Monday regular meeting school : !, tsPri .
eighth grade or grammar class. fi/I"I' +
and sk
t' 4Tisde4 and as there are matter of much importance to Spiritual Manhood and Woman- '.o' i :
many very after which he presented to the) entire :or
'1' "';\' : bs.discussed iCu earaertly .hopedthat; there with be a full attead- class of perhaps twenty-four student with hood.;'perfect:,His address.attention....and. listened the vast to Th*.slate .law.requiTes'that(every. voter who participates' mt; It'a V .' '. .

/at ',ttr"i' .ancei present >l -J* their eertificat*,of graduation, from I audience eV drank in every' word the primary election totbe"held}'on"'Juno' 2d mart' have hi poll,Ux'r;e::, ; ".

4:_ ;, ., .. '; Th* question a Fair Croonda & .Park and other inattea to this them department la now a of passport the,school th r'which* high health speaker was:; laid worth He told the than class that cejPt hued not. Mater ithQsa.iUida'i'Mai.9. ."'I..A'r": 1I. 1\: '" :- ,.. 'r ?'
."' will cone for discussion and number more '
' J. ;Hof eeaerd importance up : every 1'" school.Professor Evan i ,then them > / : ,
save and advised
r .. .++ ....juld** matters'and "by attending;the.meeting,."" .. nounced that he now Had another-vary to dissipate mdrality their:. energy.'' H* spoke of 'tit, ; i ) ,1"

::;J',. .' ,n colt lead a Jwlpwg ban*to,the- ...*.-t\-r. \ .t' -jj.: J; \\ : '""' ," pleasant doty-, perform..,and. taking the needs. ; today{ educated men. and i : .J :. ;)
;" W ., petia "* v. CI J.'.TRIPLETT.1 President: t' '\. his I said that'\small neat eUk> women, aDd: said that eves) hr the ; ,
ar* yoM.'y ur;tas'rpcespt ia bae Vre rat _
i' lined box Capt. R. E. Rose y proper sea 1* belpinr to. V A"
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th refuse
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JOHNSON--et-- .. "
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--OW'. -the friends ef the achoeL had Th: .
I . to:employ anyone save college grads. ... lnansitbsrnttominea0ftbepnmary, andtbwiaverr'imtperatiw{ ,. t,
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: OHM" provided to I '
di .. rears age give two )
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medals each year,one;/or highest boa 'I A (Continued on pags si*.) --, .a ', .r n "'-f 'rra .. ,1i4': ,cur; ;, r: :it.
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ter and boiling until.quite i toft. ..Pre .,t rT-; 9 ,

pare a white sauce such as is used for FLORIDA '

ANEW cauliflower or asparagus, put; the udo( :i Watch Repairing I

in it, and'allow it-to simmer- Until! i ._ ::. ./ 41'.
I thoroughly soft. Serve on toast in '

the usual way. If there'is too muchof Engraving .. . .

: : VEGETABLE the pine flavor, as there may be if AND THE .

the shoots are not thoroughly blanched : Diamond Setting .
a second change of water will : : .

( remedy this.Udo Salad. I I.,.. ......-... I
,FROM JAPAN Peel the shoots, cut them' into 3- -I PLAGUE I "

inch lengths, and then split them into '

thin shavings, letting these fall into -1'1l repair work warranted
: ice water as they are made. Allow/ '
them to soak In the water for a half .

: : Can. Be Grown With Little hour resinous or an material hour, so in to remove Serve with the Florida Is As Safe f 0'0'As 1: for one year. ,. i.; 1,

French of salt Repairing. I'
a dressing pepper, ,

) oil,jind vinegar. Do not dress the New York Michigan' Our watch-maker has had ,
Attention shavings until just before serving, as or ":
they become .stringy on standing in \ ,

oil. I "' ." We have the best twenty( years'experience {'
THAT IT IS A WEL Remove the skin from the shoots. VENT ITS ENTRANCE INTO

/ COME ADDITION TO THE Cut in pieces one-half inch long and .LOIU DALLEGISLATIONSHOULD BE EN- i. Watch-repairing Department in some of the, largest. shopsin

wash thoroughly in cold water. Cook
TABLE AND EASY until tender and mash through a col ACTED. '
South Florida. the and
TO RAISE I ander. Add a pint and a half of milk, country,_ expert -
one-half pint of cream, two table- The plague-we call "the-bubonic 1
t 7. For spoonfuls of butter, and one tablespoonful plague-probably has claimed as many /
Wa D. C., May Chronographs Split-/
hinaton on
persons who like novelty in their food of flour, mixing the flour victims in the history of this sad I Our shop is fitted up for ,
world as the that have changedthe
and butter until smooth. Season with wars I
and their an Interesting
In gardens and salt. for maps of Europe and Asia and on seconds Repeaters etc. .
field for experiment is offered by the pepper ( one this I prompt accurate work. : .
new Japanese! vegetable' udo. Nurserymen bunch of udo; enough, for five persons. hemisphere. ,
have grown the udo under .) Under the names of the scourge, I i'
Just how the udo will become the black plague and other more or
popular -
ofAralia Cordata for orna-
the mental name purposes for twenty years or is not predicted. It is desirable less descriptive titles, this disease, 'We carry a complete stock Our charges are very moderate l b
however that amateurs varying but little in type has brought
vegetable it is still experi-
more, but as a unknown. On rich ment with it for it ix not at all impossible devastation and panic and death-380- of(the finest Watch material the ,.l

soil comparatively it grows to a height of 10 feet that udo prove a valuable ad- 000 victims in Naples within six ... considering high .
ornamental dition to our table vegetables. months in the seventeenth, century; '
or more of, producing a leaves very and in the 144,000 in Constantinople in 1812; 70- money can buy. class of work We give :
.- late mass large green long loose flower lusters 000 in London in the "Great Plague;" I I you. {
summer, .
13,000,000 in China in few short
sometimes 3 fet in length. In.ppearanC'e GOVERNOFOFFERS
of the fourteenth century and.I ,::
years ,
it is much like a l larger '
of the or petty 25,000,000 in the epidemic that swept I Monogram: Engraving- Jewelry
variety spikenard woolands. over Europe between 1347 and 1350.'i .R.e1airing--Stone
native of
morel-a our
There was no staying or .stopping its 1 1ravage.
The-blanched shoots of. the udo Setting-Optical
until like !
a great conflagration .
have characteristic flavor. Properly -
a $$100REWARD it had its
run course, t becausemen
prepared they are delicious-or so
horror-stricken in the
the: author of Bulletin 84, just published d. awful visitation, knew presenceof not It.c.u.e .
V the U. S. of Agriculture
by Department \ its .
or cure.
under the title of "Experiment Such epidemics are just as possiblein COLE t

.t with" Udo has, the found New them.Japanese The these modern times, even mQre i! and UNLEY
because of the vast increase
plant requires little care and with in probable international intercourse, but for I I JEWELERS and ENGRA VERS : !h

_ _ the same space devoted to it, yieldsapproximately the one fact that medical science has "
I : food for) the table the as same asparagus amqunt and of is Will Punish Violators of discovered if not an infallible the method cure.of transmlllsion'l'' . 114 Broadway 239. Kiaaimm.ebe V!

ready for use at about the same time I :
tion more,. than cure given {, 1
After the first frost
in the
spring. I
the world of today an advantage over I
... .
it dies down each autumn to come up' Primary Law the centuries of the past. .;.:!;

.- again in the spring, much as asparagus -: It is known that the flea-the insect expected from the cities, especiallythe THEY ARE LEARNING JUSTICE.
_* and rhubarb do. A of it TREE PLANTING,.
patch that attaches itself to the hair of the seaport towns, which through in-

-can be forced each pring for at least: DESIRES THAT .ALL ELECTIONS rat and in this hiding place traversesthe creasing; marine commerce are in Severalyears ago Thomas.E>.Watson Y-r ...geH-used to be> i'; six years and probably much HENCEFORTH SHALL-BE FREE globe in the ships of commerce' touch with the outside world.It wrote an essay on the negro, and for ustomary '
young men to celebrate: t"S
The flowers attract bees and longer'j OF ORRUPTION AND WILL carries the germ of infection. To avoid'the is war against the rat, to preventits in it he said: public holidays and other festivals

such numbers that a field of it ENFORCE THE LAW TO germ, the rat and the flea must entrance into Florida. It may not "Four millions of people, who had planting trees about by
ually humming with insects. As a be infected, but take chances. It recently been public streets
THE LETTER be banished, or rather must be denied gibbering savages, were and parks or "commons." The
honey plant, therefore, the -udo deserves entrance at the seaports of this coun- is possible to keep it out. In the years given their freedom so suddenly that generation piesant -

the attention of beekeepers. Whereas, the legislature of 1913 enacted try, if the United States is to be kept I of the future it will become ven more they did not know what to do with women brewed enjoys lemonade the and shade. The
root beeror
: Udo-growing is not yet sufficiently; chapter 6470, being an act limIting free in the years to come. This dead- I necessary than now. Some day all it. This being' the case, the vindic- more emphatic
general in for the most and. regulating campaign expenses ly and inseparable trio must be foughtas I wharves and warehouses where foreign tive rage of such men as Thad Stevens these occasions which concoctions for
inexpensive methods of cultivating tohave ; one, for they can not be p.rted.It I i commerce is handled must be and Charles Sumner brought forth pleasant. were socially -

been worked out, and conditions And", whereas, under the provisions is the history of warfare against i I made rat-proof. Some day all houses, the Reconstruction laws and the Four Nowadays it is
) fl in so different from of this law it is unlawful foJ' a'candl- disease, especially in epidemic form, public buildings, all places where men teenth and Fifteenth amendments. of park considered the business \- .
those in Japan that little benefit can date or any other person to hire political that it is inefficient excepting under live and transact business, will be and These acts of legislation were ambi superintendents commissioners and highway -

be derived from the experience of workers to work for or againstany government control. The individual must be constructed proof againstrats tious efforts to do something .which shade trees to provide such

Oriental growers. It is, however, candidate; to pay the expenses of or association of jndividuals, can and other vermin. the Almighty alone could have done- as are needed. Bdt 'the
any appropriation for tree .
reasonable' to assume that the cultivation workers, or to pay anyone for loss of hope to combat disease only by arousing Why not begin now? to make a mass of ignorant negroes usually : planting is ,;
meager. City councils and"township
I of the udo presents-few diff IcIUei. time; public sentiment Such sentiment the equal of a mass of civilized Caucasians -

!, It is adapted to a wide range And, whereas, it is unlawful under usually is not stirred until the acutal An old Scotchman who had been ..n, where governments like to spend) \.
; of climate! \ as is shown by the fact said law for to solicit or of "The effort was crime. money a bettershowing can
any person presence of danger makes fighting\ something _.a reprobate was lyingon a the experiment be made for their own term of offWe.'
: that It grows all over Japan, but no receive, directly or indirectly, any reward next to useless, excepting to limit the his deathbed while the village a calamity." The tree lover must wait for .,.
part of Japan suffers from drought.In or for political work in "meenister" This, of is the a n.ber -
pay any progress of disease. An instance is sat by his side praying course southern view- of before :
this country the ado has done,beat behalf of a candidate or against a the warfare against tuberculosis to for him. The "meenister after tell point given in the name of those who fruitage years of hi. effort.seeing wren That a Is partial .

_ : in moist regions, in particular, in New candidate ? illustrate the fact. So far as is now ing him he had but afew hours to have dealt with the negro since the distant to help elect officials when too '
England, the Atlantic States ,518 far And, whereas, it is unlawful under recalled no states have enacted strenuous live asked him if he had any specialwisi beginning of 'his life in civilizationand their term next expires.

south as the Carollnas, in the rainy said law for any person to expend laws to control this di.tI....- The he wanted carried: out before he who, alone are qualfied dscuss There is too much tendency in ,-
region of Puget Sound! and in the money in behalf of any candidate or fight against it in this country is being went aloft- or otherwise. him and his problems with full intelligence life to give community

.. trucking sections of California. against; a candidate.,except for his actual carried on by private organizations -' Yes," answered the old man, "I : and truth. fort, and load public up improvements voluntary ef .,

: Where greenhouses or cold frames traveling expenses, when workIng individuals and boards of health have .one wish to make. 'The day of And yet there is more and more city officials, who harratsed 'on
< are. available the seed should be .for a candidate, free of charge' which are not backed by proper legal : the funeral .ye ken a' the mourners justice noticeable in the. w.y. in which every side by .the{ demand are 'for en

'planted in .March or April-one- And, whereas the provisions of this measures, and the disease,'it is said, have to git a glass of guid whisky the problem-for. it Is still a problemIs improvements. Recognizing this costly

fourth of an- inch deep in soil I that law hare the hearty approval of avery is making more rapid strides than ever: before they tak' me to tNt graveyard! regarded by northern people. Instead dition, states have eon-
many appointed
''consists of,equal parts of loam mold large majority' of the citizens of before.. .. and efter they bury me tak' them. of a statement like W 8on.. Arbor Day. Governors issue an
..nd snd. As soon as.the plants area this state and it is desired that the ? back again to the house and gie them I arousing criticism and resentment in ponderous -
A of the has They call
recent warning the-
plague on
or 4 inches ''high- .tbeyan "be law strictly the north ,
be enforced that all form to this from the But seeing 111 no. be today it finds genuine sympathy citizens to suspend their tasks
'' planted out in the ground'or potted of corruption and graft be come country presence back myself mine and in the halls of daily -
may ye can gie me the congress we and sally forth with and
of two Havana. spade
one or cases They waterIng
and set out later. Thereafter the stopped.And noo." I discover men from the northern states I' .
controlled the actionof -pot. One suspects that but few
udo needs little attention. Its rootaapre.d were by prompt ,
whereas it is for the best in: talking from the standpoint of the places much
Cuban but attention.
the health authorities pay
with .extraordinary rapidity terests of the people of the state of south. 'r.
1 through loose rich soil udo is not this insidious disease usually makes DAY. some places the schools are or'j'
Florida that the
every effort possible be During discussion of the equal ganizing the children .
announcement of its its !
for land and no approach- I treeplantingmovements. 'L
recommended poor dry made to have our elections free of suffrage question in
: every Senator
actual often Is the first We have congress A boy who is old '1.
to in
the crowns soon,become at least a foot form of corruption appearance are a new day rural Borah of Idaho made enoukh '
; a statement that
r warning. It be reported in a life-Rooster Day Home and to play on a ball team is old enough
Three and half four feet may says will 1-
; across. a or Therefore, be it known that I, Park accord very easily with the
Florida port next time. Florida is Farm, tf is being tried out the to plant at least one tree
is therefore not too distanceto on every year. ,
great a
\ Trammell of the state of graph we quote from Watson's
allow between plants. Florida,. acting/governor under the authority one of the important gateway*_to' the poultry breeders by the department of lIe said: para-j Instead of taking the youngsters out 4 j'
; United States from the tropics, the agriculture, In the interest of the infertile on more or less aimless "nature '
Perhaps the greatest difficulty con. veste egg. cqneen- <
nected with the cultivation of the udo of one hundred ($100)) dollars for the entered here, it would probably be j ing a campaign for the banishment of of those who believe that it was a mistake trate their interest in the'practical ;!
Js the of' the shoots. It is. a.rrest and conviction of to bestow the colored .J
blanching any partyor upon peopleat task of out
stopped here, but at what cost to roosters in poultry flocks during the setting a tree? A few : ;
: ; these that are regarded as the real parties who may be guilty of a vio- Florida! Quarantine, stoppage oftraffic seasons between My 1 and December that particular time the right to lessons should make any boy of ten ;"
ation of the f the said ; vote It would have been
delicacy for the flavor of the stems provJsions T> better for
immense commercial loss and 1. It that there is competent to plant a tree and watch '.
4 when green has a certain rankness chapter 6470 of the laws of the stateof infinite delay to the splendid development I'I i waste seems in eggs especially an during enormous the them had it come later and when they over it through the first critical !1
-e' had 'had I '
Florida. time to
which is to most for there J
unpleasant palctes.Various
of the state-these of and months.--Gainesville Sun.
fall months because
4 are some summer early .
I i .. ,
methods of blanching the In witness whereof -have hereuntoset sponsibil ity. The Fourteenth amendment -
,, early shoots have therefore been ex.perimentcd. . my hand and caused the Great Seal the possibilities.Such i of the poor keeping and carrying was designed simply to protect I : :'
.with. In California excellent of the State of Florida to be affixed at confidence have the people of I i qualities of fertile eggs, the esti- them in their voteI do not believe PRODUCTION OF PYRITE AND *..

1 4. results have been obtained by Tallahassee, the capitol thil.the,_second Florida in their board of heaIth4hat-|..mat being-that-at-tefist one-third of that it wws wise to undertake to lift SULPHURIC ACID IN 1913. >s
tfwUnprotect tTiejn from all forms of the loss of eggs is due to fertile -
mounding" \he earth tliil early dayofMay/A. D. l&li. the race out of a thousand years of
spring over each plant much as is (Seal) PARK TRAMMELL, pestilence that all sense of individual eggs. So Saturday, May 16, has barbarism and three hundred years of I The production of pyrite in th.
c.... done with asparagus. Elsewhere, I Governor. responsibility has been lost. Not manv:\ been set aside as Rooster Day in Ken- slavery into the duties and responsibilities United States in 1913 according. to

however;'the late frosts make the soil By the governor- years ago a well defined apprehension tucky and Tennessee. The- poultry of citizenship under a republic. W. C. Phalen of the United, States Geological :

too cold and the shoots are slow incoming Attest: of the visitation of yellow fever was dealers in these two states have agreed Whatever may be our duty now, Survey, was 341,838 long tons, '
u through. II. CLAY CRAWFORD, general in Florida until the summer ,tfo: that day, says the-department circular it having been granted, and after fifty valued at $1,286,084 a decrease of
Secretary of State. was gone. Thanks to its board of to pay the same prices for years of experience it was a greater $48,175<< in value compared to the out. : 1
Another I
method is
to put a large health such fear no longer exists and roosters that they pay for hens and in 1912. The '
role than those people could put production in the
drain tile, with one end cloned, over END STOMACH TROUBLE, Florida 1 is as safe as New York or pullets. So that will be a good day to that time. No in the carry at leading states-Virginia and New.; -/;
each hill before the race: history of >
spring. growth have all
GASE.S; OR DYSPEPSIA Michigan. } Kentucky and Tennessee roosters York diminished -
starts. The: shoots which inside the world could. have been equal to slightly; in Call- !
como up fattened and On the market. .
This lack of 'of individual fornia there
the tile a sense the obligation which we placed was an productiori >o'
are well blanched but Tape's Diapepsin" Make Sick. Sour From the communication sent out upon
responsibility and this confidence in the colored ; and in Wisconsin the also .
I they show a tendency to people. output \\1i:
produce Stomachs the
a Casey Surely Feel its health authorities to have by department of agriculture we continued to increase.
number of Unopened leafstalks which ) appear It is entirely possible that the
Fine in Five Minutes. cull >the following: day "fJ'
extended to Florida's
According to actual '
. take away from the robust) growth of law-making will yet come in the United States for returns for the 'I
If what jus't""t I is bodies to its legislature and to the i "It is not necessary for a rooster to year 1913 the production of sulphurie,
the shoots. the
_ _ To "obviate this, casks or you souring on councils establishment of the rights of citi-
of its cities. In matters of among the hens in order that their acid in the United States ,
'" boxes filled with light material such our stomach or lies like a lump of zenship upon something that means was 3,638.- .
sand sifted lead refusing to digest belch such high'lmportance, which touch directly laying qualities may not be curtailed. 980 short tons of 50 degrees acid valued -; !
: as or coal ashes have been or you ability to vote intelligently ajid honor- 14
The rooster it is advised
the interests of' should be
citizen at
$22,366,482. This ;
'every doe
tried with and eructate output *.
; considerable success. In gsa sour, ably, rather than upon the present
boarJof allowed with the
like the state hens only during the include
no organization small
have of a amount of fumlnA'acid .
feeling dizziness ridiculous
.p any case great care must be taken not or a ; standard.-Mlaml Metrop.
to permit the shoots to break, through heartburn, fullness, nausea bad taste health can have more .than an advisory breeding season, and eggs that are intended olis. but does include by-product add
: into the sunlight. If they succeed in III, mouth 'and stomach-headache you power. Not"Until the disease for hatching purposes should -that is, acid obtained in the smelter e
blessed relief in five minutes' has actually made its appearance can be fertile, as the infertile'ones will industry. The acid produced at .' .
this they at once become green and can get not IF YOUR CHILD IS CROSS, cop.
,. their flavor rank. Shoots can be cut Put an end to stomach trouble forever this body assume dictatorial authorityand :I FEVERISH per and zinc smelters in 1913 amounted -' .J'
when only six inches- long, but I. bet by getting a large fifty-cent ease ofPap. enforce its orders with the dignity' "Fertile eggs spoil) very quickly CONSTIPATED to 790,296 short tons of 50 degreesacid :.

ter to let them grow to 12 or 18 .'. Diapepsin from any drug store., of enacted law. In time of peace pre when subjected to the ordinary meth- valued at $4,346,272 compare4 '
1n he.. You realize in Jive minutes bow needless pare for'war. When the public healthis l ods of handling on the farm and when I Look. Mothers! If Tongue is Coated with 764,237 short tons, valued at t..

In the cooking of udo there is still it is to suffer from indigestion, good and before the pressure of marketed during the hot summer Cleanse Little Bowel. With "Cali 240,941 in 1912. qJ ;,
rt actual danger makes fighting more or months under adverse conditions. Infertile ,
abundant room for innovators. In all dyspepsia or any stomach disorder. "
experiments however thing must It's the quickest surest stomach dor- less panicky prepare to keep it good. eggs will keep in good condition I fornia Syrup of Figs. "Not long ago," said a Washing.' (I.

; S \ be remembered. When raw the tor in the world. It's wonderful. That this danger is a possible one, in temperatures.which will cause lawyer "I attended a trial in Btlti-, \..<
atoms contain a resinous sub'tnnce that it may come, is the belief of the fertile eggs to rot "On May 15 the Mothers can rest easy after giving more during the course of which there, .',. ,,
'Which gives them a decided and NEGROES GOING BACK board. Standing like a sentinel off a school authorities of the cities: counties "California Syrup of Figs," because in was summoned as witness a youthful t
: to
; TO AFRICAN JUNGLES high hill and surveying the situation and towns of Kentucky and Ten few hours all physician. '
many on. unpleasant, taste of a the clogged-up waste, ; , c: .
.c. ])ine. .. r'. Is, however, ."...11 to eliminate AFTBR SUCCESS HERE with the knowledge of the history oithe nessee have been, requested to announce sour bile and fermenting food.. gently "It was natural of course that -;,
disease .nd of its insidious 'meth Rooster Day to the out of the counsel for the other '
: this by soaking thin slices of the sChotara,1 moves bowels, and you havea side should, to' ,
: Sixty-eight: negroes left Jacksonville ods of spreading knowing.its and'it is '
Stems in .Ice-cold water for hour present expected that It well playful child again.. cross-examination seize the occasion I-
two,' or by boiling them an in or for Monrovia, Africa Sunday, occurrence: in the: countries of the served. It is expected that other Sick children needn t be coaxed to to utter certain sarcastic t' remarks ;;;.
I t, three waters as is often done two or en route from Live Oak where the, world,\the,.board s is ending out, its states will follow the lead of their two take this harmless "fruit laxative.'* touching the knowledge and skill of so, '

_. tronfteflavored vegetables. with colony was organized. -Alter possibly wan-lag It is urging,those in authority southern sisters,and that rooster days Millions of mothers keep It handy because young doctor.. .t ,- : : ;
The an- .,two or three generations In the Unit to take immediate Necessarily will be .. !
step prstty-'ganereUy established. "Arer
thor of the Bulletin, who has they know its action on the you demanded the.Uwyer,' '
for eight been ex- ed States, they are,going back like the the preparation i fordefence' The i department advises that on' stomach liver and bowels is prompt entirely familiar with the symptom J. \, ._
year with,udo children of Israel in,olden time., to must be'alow. and the sooner they IbT'18 all male birds,bo either and of -1 '.
on- fall farm are killed. sore. -.,. js... ,. concussion of the brain t" V, ,,
: Maryland the v .
three suggests the.JaDd of their'forefathers where begun, the sooner>> they will ,be com- Or confined>until December< 1,*or as Ask* your druggist for '. CO-cenf; --"Yes.-sir.-. ' > <.., "

_.e. ; what following be don recipes'with),the as samples of the.xp.ettosett2e., 7 pleted and Florida ,be! prepared for I late as January in som!localities, bottle'of "California S"p"of Fig." 4A"Tben.* ** tiawd ,th.iawyer. ttt "
d "* can vegetable *\Many Of :th.>colored people in the what .m*T come > J" :: t, I Inasmuch as it is not necessary" to.the which:contains.directions for babies should rlik* to.ask. your/opinion, a
;,,: *) ,-Peal-}i..Ude th. l O t.'h", >suito. party, are *BitVrtfo
t' -t>>water.-r-Cntr shoots,'snddoj-UtamAtntoiinch.I nave atom sold and posses* .tIi Jedalature'can( be poqIbIe. tar be maintained In the ft OCk.":Moreover .. -'c." _",.__,..,.. ,.._. ""1 .<'b.. ... .:.0'" frlend* :Mr: Reed'and myself 'u bauE,,
and there it said to be total ofsomei ] ud his
.' ; presence] daring those months ; oar beads together-should w* geteo- .
lengthi. Boil them lnaalt water, for $26400 la th* crowd, mostly ear* timely relief front th.W't', '..!*' uncertain means fertile eggs,.'1Irt cb.means :bad Some"exceedingly ,pretty necklaces cusaIaa'ssttbe.b.ajy'r; :', ', ,\ Y, II )
,4 10 minutes; then change the water, Tied in the form of draft Thirteen. 'and ,.--problematical. ,. More eggs and -the) 'consequent .Iocsto: .' the are made of, curious beads and flowers ")(r. Reed might/!,smiled *&.

'r Adding a fresh. cnaaotity of ait.ds- of..the.crowd are.children. 'and '-* --)' "ecI... >. ,,.. f .. '
th > al .
,.-- -- prompt, _:Lea.eMtisIaUoU! .,maT prOd.eer..d *" 'consumer., .: -- --. ..- -- I'"--:- '- -v.- physician, .. .,..r.I .,.--
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t I' FRIDAY. MAY! 8, 114 ___ __ THE JCIS&1MMEE ,VALLEY; GAZETTE PACE: 3.Prfctiv .

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4 ( Ash,Poke Root and Potassium) f ""U" .How'To Set Hen ; ,
Prompt 'Powerful Permanent: ,. STOP CONSTIPATIONDodsonVUver'Toae MAN BADLY HURT,

d Its Stubborn. .. *.
beneficial $ Good..wte.
feet* ere .......u yield to K eem P. p. iMtinr-)t enreeyoa Washington, D. C.. May T_ -As the' Ing should\ be collected' two or three I Takes the Pluto t NO. 84 WRECKEDAT '
+ ielt rery quickly' when. otbermedt. so.tay.ur.d time approaches for a hen ,to sit twill I time. a' day .in .freezing weather of Disagreeable Calomel and PLANT CITY
seen that there few ,
are a soft i prevent chilling. Broody: hen. allowedto :
Often MUCH
t downy feathers being left in her, nest: sit on eggs in the- laying nests. all After.< DAMAGE.

PP. F.MaIIei and on being approached will-quit, day may hurt ,the, hatching ,qualities ji) Effects;. Train No. '84 the
, on Atlantic Coast.
likely remain there making-a cluck i Of tMJJr&- : .
ing noise and ruffling her feather I. E.-pIn .Iarr,-numbers" are generally You probably. know that calomel I t.a t. Line.'due trite-an,,In JCis Jmme at 9:13"a.'m.,
rich red blood, cleanse When a hen sits her I poison, a form of ran open switch at Plant City,
; pure the nttre.--; on nest from two kept in. ea&tnei or turning rack, mercury, very
1I1Item-clear.. the brain.strengthens digestion-and ner+e..--, | .. to three nights in succession, and it I for''convenience in handling, in n dangerous to a great many people and and killing negro boy, breaking a leg
is seen that most of the feather sometime 'causing disagreeable aftereffects some.of,the of,the fireman
are room where the is between
A for BkMMl PoUoa and skin diseases. temperature and
positive specific I for slightly crippling Engineer'Hose
from her
gone breast nearly
9 (which ,should< fifty and sixty degrees F., i if everyone who
Drives out Rheumatism and Stop the Pain; ends.MaUrta; feel-hot to the hand) she I. ready to' possible, although they will stand con, tries ,itCodson's Leonard, who leaped from,hjs engine
'' + is .a 'wonderful tonic and,body-builder. Thousands endorse it. be transferred to a nest which has siderable1' variation. It is not necessary Liver Ton i* recommended it ploughed its way were
been prepared for her beforehand.The to turn as a perfectly safe and reliable car loaded with brick; it
| T.y. UPEMAN.CJO. lu SAVANNAH: eggs kept only for a few remedy to take the place of toppled over'' to one side I' ,
, 1 ... to normal temperature of a hen days,> but It la advisable to turn egg calomel. The mail clerk also received '
is from 106 to 107 degrees F., which dally which are over a week old. Various This I. exactly what it in: a' se i
varies made for and has been made for'ever vere shaking up al well as the large
slightly during incubation. Duet commercial turning devices
a number
the hen thoroughly with insect powder sold by poultry supply companies, or i'since sold.: the.' first bottle was put up and aboard. of. passengers' who -were l

s - -, and in applying the powder hold the eggs may be kept in cabinet draw Dodson's ,The quick work of the ; v
the hen by the feet, the head down, ers and shuffled about with the hands Nerve Tone is pretty widely using the engineer-
imitated. But be emergency brake. .is ..the
careful to
working the powder well into the by removing few judge
a from the
cause In '
WITH feathers between the loud boasts of the imi savingthe front earf
HE NO giving special attention to trays Commercial
egg cases are tators and the from complete wreck, and much loss
plain truth of the
regions the vent and under used for holding the eggs of life. As it the
original. was only one killed
the wings. The should fqr hatching.
powder also Dodson's Liver Tone is outright wag a 'small negro'boy who
sold and ,
be in the nest. The. nest Eggs from different
MONEYWITH sprinkled varieties of the was in one of, the rears
guaranteed J. Z when the
by Roberson
r a. should be in some quiet,, out-of-the- same class of poultry may be incubated will refund, engine struck it. -t/
way place, where the sitting hen will together, but it is not advisable purchase price (60c.) instantly 1 'The wreck is said
not be disturbed. to mix with a mile If you are in any to have occurred ,
Move her from the eggs from the Mediterraneanor dissatisfied. almost a half mile the other side i

dle regular her laying nest in at night and han Minorcas egg breeds! with, such as: Leghorns a/id, way Dodson's Liver Tone is a palatable Want City, at the brick yard, and at of-
carefully Put ,
' doing so. a Plymouth Rocks or vegetable ,liquid. Its action is a point where the train was under full 1
\ china egg or two in' the nest where she Orpingtons, an the"eggs from the and natural easy 1 speed for the station.
: is to sit, and place a board over the smaller breeds often hatch a little and the after-effects, with no gripe, no pain I| It was 12:45: Monday beyond.afternoon.
opening so that she can not get off. earlier than these from the are pleasant .
': larger when the
stead of delayed train .
disagreeable. Ki. '
I '
OUT Toward the evening of' the second breeds. Neither the hen nor the incubator Liver Tone does sjmmee, but the brave old ".
not interfere with engineer, {;'
'' day quietly go in where she ia sit will hatch'strong chickens ,
1' : your regular duties, habits and diet Captain Leonard, although .with
I a
. ting leave feed from weak r
and from
some water, re- have germs'or eggs which but builds and strengthens! instead of sprained leg, was stiff) I in charge.FORSAir. _
,t, move the board from the front or top not received proper care l .
\ of the nest, and let the hen come off Shipment Affects Setting Eggs. out"weakening for you or "knocking you all i -
when she ia As days. Try Dodson's and feel;:
ready. Should she re- shipment often to affect .OOOOJOOOOOO OOO
better and brighter thousands OOOOOOOO.I .
h appear as
is trun to the after the hatch
-' F yy nest feeding, re- setting ould be
move the china' egg'or eggs and put packed carefully when they are to he have.What's
under -those that are to be Incubated. shipped. It tHey are well packed they What in Tallahassee has a
If! the nests are slightly darkened the may be shipped for long: distances distinct and direct bearing on What' I i
hens are less likely to become rest- One of the best m !thodsi to use a What In Washington because I never
less. At hatching time hey shouldbe common market basket well lined would have i
on got to Washington to be
i Nothing like the above sad situation will ever come to the Man confined and not be disturbed the' bottom and sides with ii For -
y until excelsior able to tell whale what if I hadn't i .: .roor.t IIrttO'a KIs-
the hatch is completed, unless they After wrapping the eggs in a thin I gone to Tallahassee and prop.rly,
Who Save Hi Money. The Man Who Show an Inclination! to spent many I or dolor
become restless, when it be bestto layer of
may paper 'enough excelsior weeks and many years watching the I IX good buelnesa; be.t location In
i Honesty provide for Hi Family and Pay Hi Bebts.k remove the chicks that are hatched to make a ball of about three inches legislature go round. As an indication .j J ; an; excellent/ little elt).
first. In cool weather it is best not to in diameter, pack them tightly in th* as to what will be what in Tal i
put more than ten eggs under a hen, basket, then put on a covering of ex 1.has_ next time the legialatur.1 I . For sale-a, fine suburban
Misfortune may come. to such-a man by chance, wiping out his while later in the spring one can celsior, and over all sew a piece of meets I notice that Jacks < halt home of of twenty same belnanne acres, about oneT ;
put twelve to fifteen, according to the strong cotton cloth, or the cloth ca son Triplett ii a candidate for them land, balance fruit land. .eatery Price.
little savings, but HIS CREDIT is so secure that financial assistance size of the hen. be pushed up under the outside ri legislature from Osceola county and I I and terms reasonable. I,

the If several hens are sitting in the of' the! basket with a case knife. The Joe Hugh Reese is a candidate for the r
is willing given to tide over temporary period of distress.No latter method of A ate room house In '
room, see that they are kept on the fastening the cloth legislature from Orange county. If I II excellent
nests, only allowing them to come off is much quicker than the former and I these two boys get there, and there i'l I , beet condition of nelchbors.on rood strete and,the .
to feed and just as effective. little doubt but what
once a day receive water, very they ,
matter how small your salary may be, you can, the feed to consist of corn, wheat, or Eggs are also shipped safely almost j what's what in Tallahassee next spring! An excellent farm on which Is 'i' +

t by proper managing, deposit a little in this bank each both. If there are any that do not de- any distance by packjng them in a will be what be as far as they i: a nne :.r.ulr.lft; grog, new t
_ ._ sire to come off themselves, they stiff pasteboard carton or box made j can make it. 1 know this because I deep everything Ot't ;
week-2-even a dollar -will make the-dart, and your, should be taken off. Hens usually return for this- purpose, the space around the trained them myself. Both of them |I lent goes farm In th. for makeup Information of an excel.
to"their nests, before there is"ally gTbeingnHedwith -either ehatj-- &. .were,..associated- with, me in thejcon-J:
bank book will place you on the direct route to happiness danger of the eggs chilling, but If bran. This package is then placedin duct of my old Sun, which warmed i -- --- sCitrus

,t s when old they do not go back in half an hourin a basket, the bottom and sides of things up around Tallahassee and X Ask Mr. Summer y' k''
age comes.STATE ordinary weather, they should be which are lined' with excelsior, and elsewhere in Florida by telling the)I
put on the pest. the spaces at either end of the box truth about things: that were and I Lakeview Cottage '

Where a large number of sitters are are packed with the same material. ought not to have been. I hope that
t kept in one room Ht' is advisable to let On top of this package is placed more<< the good people of Orange county will I I eO8 Penfleld Street Booth ][1.. ) \
BANK, OF them off in groups of from four to six i excelsior and all is covered with elect another one of my friends to Immee.
at a time. The eggs and nests should cloth, as previously mentioned. Ex keep Reese company.-Claude L'Engle

be t examined and cleaned, removing all tra stiff cardboard cartons made to in "Dixie" I 1... ooooo.., Otto....... ..
KISSIMMEECapital Broken eggs and washing! those that hold rom one to several settings are -
used in. which These ----- ,
are soiled; in the latter case the soiled to ship fitted
nesting material should l he removed cartons or egg boxes are with a

stock :.. $100,000.00 and clean straw added. Nests containing handle for carrying, similar -to thaton i
uun u n nu-- -- n n n n 0--
broken eggs that the hen is a market basket. Bushel basket
Resources over __ 400,000.00 sit are commonly used to ship orders of \ ,
n uu u''u uu nn n n n u allowed to on soon become infested k 1
with mites and lice, which cause the from ten to twelve settings of eggs, 1i i
Officer and Directors hens to become uneasy and leave the the manner of packing and covering
nest, often causing the loss of valu being the same as mentioned in the 4'JAN. '

! C. A. CARSON Pre.t. J. M. LEE Vice Prest able settings of eggs. In mite-infest first-method. It is customary to rest . >
f ed nests then hen, fastened in, will eggs for hatching for about twelve ,
M. KATZ. 2nd Vice Pre.t. often be found standing over .rather hours after they are received to allow -
than sitting on the eggs. the germ to regain its normal'po- .
ROMA THOMAS Assistant Cashier Many eggs that are I laid in the late sition before the eggs are placed in

winter and early spring are infertile the incubator. O
( t Best Time to Hatch Chicken.
for this' reason it is advisable seseveral'
rll is one of the beat months to
hens., at the same time. After hate
. the eggs have been under the hens chickens. Chicken should not
I- -....,.a from five to,seven days, the time de. be hatchedlater than Mi/,15, in the .' ., ,\

,. '. pending somewhat on the color and latitude of Washington pullets o o ,
1 thickness of the chells white-shelled are desired for "fall-egg production.

eggs being,easier to teat than, those timer date inpuld complete the :., ;,..
having brown shells-they should be hatching farther: south. The e-, = v ._ ," ..
tested the and dead smaller breeds may be hatched, later J ;' '
infertile eggs 8
L Good fences---and lots them---will germs removed, and the fertile eggs than larger ones as they mature '
put back under the hen. In this way about a month earlier. February and TIME
March are also good months to hatch '
It ia often possible to put all the eggs
grow money for you. that several hens originally started to chickens, depending somewhat upon ;
the climatic conditions for chickensare .
sit on under fewer hens and reset the : l lQVG.
others. For example, thirty eggs are hard to raise in cold, wet, or hot 1 '

set under three hens at the same time, weather.,
Fence off your farm into a suffi- ten under each. At the end of seven Period of Incubation.The # .:. ,
period of incubation varies with y
days we find on testing the eggs from g1 )'
all) the hens that ten are infertile, different species of poultry, as shownIn JULY'

cient number of fields to get the which leaves us twenty eggs to reset, the accompanying table: iI,
which do them under Kind of Poultry Days.Hen .
we by putting :
.. ____ 21 ,.
two hens, and have the remaining hen 'hennant u __. _-_ __h.h'___._ -. 22-24
rotation of and the most sit over again after she has sat only I>urk . u" _?_ _'__ _Uu___hh 28 '
proper crops In this considerableime Duck (Munrovy) 333r.Turk..y. .
seven days. way ..-_.__.uhuu.._____ ._._... 28 GrowersOur
can be saved in one's hatching Peafowl ._ ____ __.__ __ 28
h. h 1'
operations. nulnPR; ._. _ ___ 24-28
t advantageous* pasturing, and'your. "Hens'Natural Eggs"and Artificial(Farmers'Incubationof Bulletin "Uuosa"I rich_----._.4--------------------..__.. _.______h__.___ SO-S4 42 new Spring Citrus Book entitled BE ON TIME is now ready.: I' :

SI 585t l3 tJ1e'tith- of -a new bulletin, .The period 8f incubation varies .J !-elwha! fertilizer. : to use, how .!much, when_to apply,"_and.:.many : ;

L l I cash returns each season are bound which can be had free on applicationto somewhat with conditions, so that a other valuable points on grove management/ t

the United States Department of hatch may run one or two days over Send for copy and also for our leaflets Acid Soils and Lime: ;
Agriculture It emphasizes the fact in some cases, due to an accident during _Its Forms and Effects.WILSON .
: 1 to increase. At the same time fences that strong, fertile eggs are the first incubation or to a low temperature I
thing to be desired to produce a good throughout that period, while, on the & TOOMER
s \ hatching. These are obtained only other hand it may come off earlier. If FERTILIZER CO. y

i are an asset as they add 'greatly to from stock properly mated and kept through any accident the eggs are Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers,
1 i under the best possible conditions. Eggs from over-fat breeding stock do continue the hatch, testing the eggs, I JACKSONVILLE, FLA. -

the value of farm. not produce many strong cnicka. If after a few days to determine the ex: .
,1 any tent of the Chickens have
breeders<<: are confined they should be damage.
fed a varied supply of grains, meat i i,een hatched from eggs left out of &
\ and green feed. Free range is usually the incubator all nightfl as well as T

r We !sell good fence---American an important factor in the production from eggs which have been subjectedto '
of hatchable eggs. It is- much a temperature of over 110 degrees ;
easier to keep up th? vitality of stock }'. for a short time. "

handled in this manner than in birds '.D. G. WflGNEB O llBEJy..1'c'-
Field Fence---made and
strongto that are confined in a yard. TAKES OFF. . .
I From eight to twelve females of the

Jast. The prices are very reason- and American twelve or to fifteen general-purpose of the Mediterranean class- Save Your Hair! Get a ZS-cent Bottleof Sncccstor to Artlwr E. 0.1Ie1. Agency ''1' .-'

be mated with Danderine Right Now-Also Room No. 9 Second floor
class can one Bank BuMing. Pia... Z46 :.'
Sea I
Stops Itching
i male I depending on his age and Vitality p.

; able. We invite you to call and'see i and where the fowls are increased yardedbut Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy \ .'.

this proportion may be lair is mute evidence of a neglected General Insurance Baalfeas, repres ntlng the strongest and meet l..
where the birds have free -range. scalp; of dandruff-that awful scurf. .Reliable conpanlea.Y .
Abundant ventilation in 'the house is
.us. There is nothing so destructive to :i
also help in keeping the stock
great the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair We will l continue the Business the
condition. Arthar E. :
in good breeding of its lustre, its strength and ita very
Select Uniformly Large .Eggs For without change-Yenr ,
patronage ia Doa"1
life feverishness
; eventually producing a reepectfully ;
Hatching. and itching of the scalp which,
To secure uniformity tn the offspring if not remedied, causes the hair roots I
Osceola Hardware Co. the size of the
L L- and Increase toihrink, loosen and die-then the .
L1 eggs, it is a good plan for the poultry- hair falls out fast A little Danderine I
raiser to select uniformly large eggs Anight-now_ny time--will surely J. w. ThompsonFUNERAL .....4.. ..........
I color for Small
of the) same hatching. save hair. -
Kissimmee egg and those poorly shaped or with Gets your 26-cent bottle of Knowleton'sTandertae LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEY
The Favorite Store of thin shells, should not be While from any drug store. You

tale eggs: ; will frequently: hatch, it surely can have beautiful hair and AT LAW -
Is best to use only: eggs. which ,are DIRECTOR
' ota of it will just try a little -
under. two week old.' Danderine.. hair I HI!
;; : 'Dirty egg"should bet cleaned by

."i f fOlft.' ** .1 ... robbing lightly .with a damp cloth, New white: taffeta frocks are quiteflcely EMBALMER ABSTRACT
but .aria .Bould be taken not .to.rob , ,. 'I I
I to have tonics of cotton: crepe I
J".Pt- ,t ; off any more of the natural bloom of is pale,color ANDTITLEWORK'
t i UAIIrVIA7LTTr; E' : the egg than-4s. absolutely necessary.. .
__\ 'NEWSPAPER ; : ; ,.puck,n.aahy'iaqalrs; '' washing .,eoatrar)' to the earlier'prophecies, Star and chapel. Bt.ue'Ay.. ; .
I' ; ,, . .-which does net appear injure their the-new hat are not being worn.high '.>, STAT.ANN.LD0. '
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r .Mr. Triplett haw asked me to take sketch, without; a record of the rise of

ti ---- the chair at his desk and tell the the labor leaders as a dominant powerin \
thousands of readers. of Tb.Valley politics.and corporate affairs. The I : '

'I Center of Sardine Industry Gazette dome of the ideas and ,purposes working class, up to -a few short years
of organized| labor, as well as ago, had been liberal in bestowing .
+ l (give a review o.what. has come under their franchise on candidates for office -
i my personal observation concerningthe from walks of life'other than their GOODS
Jof "young Riant" since its organization. own; this action, in the main, they t .
s -- have not regretted; with them com-
Must admit.that I am not qualifiedto petency and a fair deal is the main .
OK perform such a work in its entirety, issue. They have no desire to draw
AND) HOME OF J'ASSAMAQUODDY DESCRIBED yet feel that there are many accom- lines between citizens, but all have an 1I
1. I plishments of organized labor that I ambition to elevate one of the indus-
BY UNITED have observed as well as learned from trial class whenever his competencyand '

-',, STATES GEOLOtt-; history that today stand out as monu- fidelity to the public warrants i ,
the masterful such honors. '
ments to men who -
h'} A report cfn the-Eagtport quadrangle through united effort on the part of The great railway systems formed I'
'Maine, recently issued by the millions of toilers, brought them many years ago by Commodore Vanderbilt Ice Cream Freezers l} }
about. and others vested
United States Geological Survey, deals such tremendous fiL
with a region of more than usual interest. The American Federation of Labor, power in the financiers that they I
Eastport, from which the with headquarters at Washington, D1 grew autocratic in their attitude toward .
i _quadrangle receives its name, has the C., has a membership of over two mil- their employes. A single man 8\

double distinction of being the eastern lion,.who represent every occupation was powerless command consideration Refrigerators 4 8I
most city of the United States and that would come under the caption of of his grievances. He was told to I I

the center of the sardine-packing industry labor and in its ranks are found the abide by the company's rules or get i ell,
moat intelligent, skilled and honest out. In r defense of their rights, they
of the Atlantic coast. The ac- aH i
i tual easternmost point of land in the well as patriotic and law-abiding citi- formed unions. All these unions were Water t Coolers I k

P United States is West Quoddy Head, zens as ever basked in God's sun- bound together in an offensive and defensive it

marked by a lighthouse a few miles shine. alliance. Thus there was born .
south of Eastport, but still within the Thegreatest of our institutions, and a new giant, the railway employes' W
+ a quadrangle. The natural beauties of: the one of which all America points union, to oppose ond balance the pow-
the* region and the large stretches ot: with pride to-Free Public Schools- ers of the railway financiers. Between Mosquito q CanopiesLawn t;
o protected water along the irregular owes its birth as well as its continuation these two antagonistic powers the t

t a coast, attract to this part of Maine to organized labor. It was the struggle for supremacy was in favorof
many summer visitor, although it has 'yet.&rapJua L union and the Hatters' Wall street for many years, because
f not yet become so populous a resort union that made possible' the first pub- they controlled the government and Mowers
as the coast of Maine farther west or lic school, and this foundling was bornat could count on state and federal aid

the Canadian coast farther cast. Some Salem, Mass., some four score years to enforce their mandates.The 11;?
I conception of the extreme irregularity ago. These toilers saw that with suchan control of government becamea

of the coast may be gained from the institution at their use, they would bone of contention between employe W t
statement that Eastport may be reached l he better equipped to combat their and employer with ultimate victory Oil Stoves Etc. Slk

from its sister town lathee by a ar'h-enemies-d18I'a! and ignoranceand I( favoring the employe1 far as "hisright" ,
'r 7. three-mile ferry, whereas the traveler -- that their children would havean were concerned, because every
following the shore would have to equal chance, so" far as educationwas one of their numerous members had a
with those of the vote in the of lawmakers r
walk 100 rocky miles to get from one concerned capi- election" ex-
of these towns to the other. talist. This' proposition of course, I i' ecutive officers and/ judges. In this -

i r The Eastport region is one of the was met, like every other move that struggle labor took advantage of Capi!
has for its purpose the betterment of tal's blunders Its arrogant, greedy'
few IB the Atlantic stales that
s still counts its inhabitants the the masses, with a storm of opposition -I government of the people was exposed Prices Right f

; i l direct descendants among of the native owners ; from the selfish rich, who surmised I in labor meetings, political campaignsand !
that in the education of the through newspaper advertising.
of the soil. These are the Passa- I ..t4 ,
fortune I These attacks had the effect of destroying
masses their chances to -
I maquoddy Indians, who form a small I
would I.l .- lessened, as well as their capital's popularity with the 1
at Pleasant Point where they 1
A village which has people, who began to look the "
intellect equally prov- upon i iHardwareFurniture
Jive temporal wards of the state
f + and as wards oftli...-Catholic vn to he the case beyond a reasonable. I greedy ort of capitalist! as enemies : ,
t q as spiritual (douht. But has this proved to be a of the republic.All .
r church. Becausethey have adopted handicap to those who once opposedit the unions began, as did the

+ these so freely Indians the ways have of ceased the white to he man picturesque ? The answer is emphatically NO! railway unions with the strike I ROSSORAVS E 'I !

but tourists are interested in The greatest industrial feenarals of I dress wrongs, but one or two experi-
them because of the really artistic modern times are the products of our I ences convinced them that the financiers' :

i baskets of sweet grass and dyed wood free schools. In all walks of life theyare I methods of controlling .through
found-from the hodcarrier to the I the government was more effective
by the -women. Only once a
presidential chair. To perpetuate our and far less costly. So they set aboutto
on Corpus Christi day, do they ae
deck themselves out in ceremonial public free schools was no small taskin elect men to the various offices who

1 robes-and with and dances recall this early period. Organized labor were honest courageous and loyal, and v
songs for its maintenance the result of this work is that
the glories of long This worked assiduously today,
'n savage ago. faced hunger and other discomfort while labor is not, nor wishes to'' be,
feast day of course attracts spectators "
from all the neighboring towns. were classed anarchists, were in absolute control in Washington, as k
yl who would literally enemies of the trades
pointed to as those some unions 4
the village
Though now up-to-date,
?' very the business confidence ofLfie' would have believe it's
destroy you a sure
of these. Indians as late as 1888
young nation. But such predic- thing that since the election of Mr.
consisted mainly of tepees, and it was
; Wilson who labor's choice the
never materialized-they were was
clad their
then common to see them in r
only "boo stories" intending to dis- many candidates to be voted for, remedial 1 .
native costumes. Their school, conducted -
I hose and hatters has been
courage printers legislation passed by
I by sisters of charity and their .
r whose purpose was to better the congress, as well as courts instructedto I '
it Uves church and play have an been important a part of in great their standard of mankind, thereby making give labor a square deal when matters +4i 4+4tr441r )+S+:tf:+:a<:+:_f-.ti r(
4 source since labor I that the unions before
better citizens. They have concern were -
improvement to the tribe. '
nursed the foundling through infancy them for hearing. ; N

'Ancient Lars Flows.To onto the giant it is today, learned Corporation control so far as has I 444444444444444444. 1
the geologist the Eastport region to distinguish the false from the been accomplished by organized labor, -0- .
\ is of remarkable interest. Its rocks, true, the just from the unjust and today has proven a benefit to the. laborers.By 00 CROSS-EYES.. 4.000 TheAmerican 1 '
which belong to the period known as the capitalist and the laborer unselfishly it they enjoy increased wages, im- <
Silurian and Devonian, include .thou sit side by side on the school proved 'conditions ef labor and shorter 444444444444440444

sands of feet of alternating lava floWs boards, forgetting social standing, exclusive .- hours; Are building their own and
One of the most conspicuous
and '
i ', beds of consolidated volcanic ash, fraternities, and conventional- homes. They are putting surplus conditions( that I 1 'I'I:
annoying may occur
consolidated muds, which show that in I ,
l' o!' ancient times the Eastport ties--with but one .purpose in mind earnings. in the savings banks and at In the eyes of. a young child is squint,
re- _that of broadening and betterfnor the same time spending; more money what is known "cross-
,tea : Kion was a veritable American Bay of ouCreelIchoojsystem.;: I with the business men in the cities or It commonly between the I
Naples) bordered by volcanoes that Organized labor does not claim all and towns in which they reside that eyes. occurs I Adding'>t
of and six and
; two comes on
poured lavas out upon the floor of the the credit for free schools. What it formerly went to the financiers who ; first era
gradually at showing some slight +
ocean and showered ashes into its wa- does claim is the initial move, and actual own these industries, and the business inward in at times te .
turning one eye ,
tfs. On many of the weather-beaten maintenance of the first. The people locally never got hold of one
"a surfaces of the rocks the' laka-like until Jinally something occurs to precipitate i
1 & good women of the nation enlisted cent of these enormous dividends.The a definite attack and the eye Machine 3fjV
structure appears as perfect as on apiece with labor and hand in hand' with I I pas-stage-of the Erdmann act, less
turns in to a greater or degree
of modern lava. The outward
they fed the infant compelling arbitration of differences
gladsome spirits
and remains so" Frequently con-
; a
contour ef these Silurian volcanoes has 1
) from clean hands, with pure food, and between railway employer and em- vulsion or an attack of coughing, espe- I The Latest Adder"Costs +;\;
been in the I
completely destroyed wear- have lived to enjoy the same odor of ploye, was another great victory for :'.:
cially during whooping-cough or someike _ /
down of the land millions
ing during
and their child tobe the unionists. This is law that directly
the rose, see grow: a irritation the :.
"pi' : to general nervous
1 of succeeding yearn., and even their ex- the greatest giant that ever supported benefits every man woman and BVFtem, brings on the attack, and is But $35 bl G a airy .
act location can be but roughly Burmined. the American flag. child in the United States. A committee be
the child's mother to
a considered by
+ Only the lava flown and ash I 3
representing the unions and the
The benefits' a city derives from or- the cause. This is incorrect. When l
beds remain, like scattered ruins of '
fallen temples. ganized: labor are numerous. First, owners hears the differences involvedin the eye is turned it will not look directly Seejourexhibit--a.k] .' 9
member of trades organizations disputes and make findings thereof. at the object at which the other '
In spite of frequent catastrophes in every for IO '
day trial
These!, findings stand as irrevocable, }
0 are compelled to serve an apprenticeship is looking, and doubling of tho -
the form sea
eruptions both sides having to abide by
1 under the of skilled This "doubled
guidance a vision is the result.
at this time teemed with animal life, thus the the inconveniences Her. In -, ,,
saving public a "W ,
journeyman for a specified number of vision" is very annoying, as any one on ( >''()nprtf N'IIW: e iiinki thin offer BO that
whose fossil remains be
.- -.- can readily years,'and before he has been elevated -I usually brought on by a long may judge for himself by slightly nIAdd'r'I7n''olu.chl/1' tti. uin "fYt? ? ei \ whenmay learn.lmi .
found Jky nyone who sllreet4 March he must have and bitter strike of with rapid. lull-sl.eand. Infallible ... Hit msrhine to ?
Mr rnenihership resging one eye out position mean
the shale beds along the shore.
mastered the intricatles of the trade 1 I the ..fingers. In order to escape this The very latent mar h Inbuilt. &.h. i in !
S Region Hait-Rlsen 200 Ferl. sufficient to execute any work or part (To he continued.) annoyance the child unconsciously by men who know (In onof th y

,14 % We are all familiar with those startling thereof that he would be assigned the I stops using the eye that is turned in, largest mrtal-wnrklnR shuns Ten Days' Test !
] upsets in the stability of the land task of. Therefore it will be seen that I ONCE UPON A TIME. and this, in time, leads to changes in It in an Individual' .\
+ which earthquakes produce, but prob- he is a very competent man before : the nerve tissues which makes the on one'n desk !lux. i<. N will "gladly place In any ofone's -
ably few of realize i that of of The cost of living quite low hooka and papers To t.ik.the ,, }
us most allowed the privilege being a jour was child' -- iight defective in that eye. 1 Io "i"e American 'Adder for a ;
vj ; the land surface of the earth is undergoing neyman. This makes of the apprem- Once upon a time.. PoTmerly many' physicians advised place of the central our. hi",. ', n Ion H' (i-MI

> almost continuous slow tice a more painstaking worker. He I We used to have a fettle dough, parents to wait until the child grew requiring' skilled oprrulIt ,. Then. HID br I no obligation, if
+ movement of uplift or subsidence. knows that before he gratifies his one Once upon a time. older before having anything done to In also lntf ,"\,'
_ t, Jai Geologic studies around Eastport yield desire-that of carrying a full We can recall it didn't takeA the eye, feeling that an operation was and stored: where roatl.v 1/1,... i hiti-. t onipiin- It with any non-Us tel' ...
clear evidence that-such gradual land bership card-he must ma mem-I dollar bill to buy a steak; the thing to relieve the condition arc a luxu\ -vi-ii Die ""MIII<'at. Let anyoriA"iv "
t movement has lately been in progress trade which he is learning t We didn't spend all we could make or that the child might "outgrowit. - It. Ki If any machine can
there and has been one of the most he taken. more pride in the work he Once upon a time. ." This, in the light of our present The price IM due t too i uttr ""n. "-r\\.. Letter than this '.I
i recent events in the geologic story of does and learns to do it right first, and I knowledge, is bad advice. By the time I pllclty. and to our enormous output Just s,-nt, thin coupon and we''llB. ,t
..,s that region for it is Known that during ire after years, when he faces the. The women all dresesd sensibly, the child gets to be eight or ten years''' Seven keys do all the work ml' l Ihr' machine q r

and immediately after the invasion army of genuises which he sooner or Once upon a.time. old the sight in the eye is defective I) Each copied nuinh.-r, Sis .
\ of this part of the continent by the later will, he Is skilled in.his line and They were as modest as could be, from disuse, and cannot be restored, shown up for eh,-rk- .;.
u great ice sheet from the northwest in doesn't have to unlearn what he has Once upon a time. and this failure of vision has usually la'IrifC made.before the add It ton 1'1"0..,i- Mead UH ,an. Arix-rlean Adding '" ,,

#+ glacial times the land stood as much already/ learned. He is equipped withan They didn't wear the low-necked gown occurred even though the eye has The machine will add Mm fur I fen + *s 200 feet lower than it does today. earning 'capacity ,tar greater than When walking on the streets downtown straightened itself spontaneously. Its subtract and multlpl ':

'f lJ a Even those who are uninitiated in geologic the boy who hasn't been instructed by very important therefore, not to tie With anyone very ran slight I cnmput-prac - __ .'
e; lore can see in the clay deposits union foreman, because he has learned I And skirts so tight they couldn't sit allow the child to stop using the a hundred figures u u ?

; which oover the lowlands and locally thoroughly from the teachings! of down,,j' squinting or turning eye. It is not minute. And the machine Mrfddrr' . .. -- __ uu______ :
carry clamshells, in the gravel beds these fpllow-worke the work, even I Once upon time. always necessary to operate. Usually takes. never makes ",to- < It, Ii..
that extend high up the hillsides, and to the smallest details. They take\ glaaes have to be worn to stop the Countless offices lari::i* n _____

f' in occasional: l rock-like cliffs far above pride in making of the union apprentice The people danced with case and grace strain, and there are other forms of and these: are getttnK al.le __ _ _________ ,
from mactilnes I - _
+ rt the 'present sea cliffs, convincing evidence ,.workman worthy of the name, Once upon a time. treatment which are many times ef- highest class of service u }
,tr that the landonce stood much as it not only reflects' credit on the They didn't scramble. 'round the place, 'ective. If these means fail and the ly

lower than now. When the great covering workman but on those who turn him Once upon a time. eye continues to turn, an operationmay i M.iof.rl.rrd .... (iumrmmtrrt bj i'
y' of glacial ice melted away or retreated out as well. The system that he employs They danced in manner meant to have to be done to keep the eye

1 northward land rose some'What is labor- ayng-he i. thought please, straight and to save the sight in that I AMERICAN CAN COMPANY CHICAGO r
rapidly to about its present position to work his brains and his employer Not on their elbows and their knees;. eye. But not more than half, perhapseven

w and, remarkable as it mayseem soon notice that he is doing more They turned no handsprings in the less, will require operation. For-
w there are good grounds for believing and better work with less' effort in breeze .unately treatment is much more judiciously ---. w.
t' that Its previous subsidence eight hours than, perhaps, his predecessor Once upon a time. given and often is more suc- r -
was,dud directly to the weight of thepetal on the job did in ten hours, cessful now than it used to be, and Purity! The United States Ito I the ; : to
ice, and that the'uplift occurred which is due to the fact that his instructors Hysteria was not a fad, the present generation of children will court's recent pure food decision is defended have an contrary excellent, notwithstanding. We
W1w In,response to the decrease of weight "were competent unselfishmen Once upon a time. probably not show so frequently the by American Medicine. This there is pure food law, but
something need much
AI the lee melted away-surely a remarkable'mebillty who, had the interest of their The folks were not sensation mad. defects caused by neglected "cross- as we aa ;
decision food
the pure
permits of and that
,1 and sensitiveness in charge at heart. Once upon a time. use poisons in I ia purer poll-
,. eyes. tics
ti any thing;bo phlegmatic and resistant, Much has' been said and' written of They were quite stroag on sanity' food, if they are not injurious to a, purer relieved public service and a purerpress elf

Y according, to usual standards, as the late concerning organized labors' control And it Is'very plain to Bee A woman was listening to a' longshoreman health Our medical contemporary levolence of sensationalism, ma
x rocky cfciist of mother earth. of the government There is n. Thing are not what they used. to be, as he WM .delivering; him says that any other decision would meats We, personalities and misstate- '
I i .,'.This reportby Edson S. !astin and uch thing as organized labor Controlling Onee'" upon 'a,time.'. self bf a perfect torrent of picturesque deprive the public of eating' smoked restrict the merchants from 1
r tfewry S. William., which forms the the administration now in chargeof -Chicago language ham because it contains poisonous cre KIiR.lmUPevfod', bat we do not
'.:JSastport folio, No. 192 of the Geologic state affairs at Washington. A "My maD" she .said "*hers did you osote. It says that while it la wise to advertisements publication\ misleading ',

I Ild-.Atlal'\ot> the United States, may be chronicle of the rise and fall of the Men are not but I have oe v'r learn such awful language!" forbid the carrying Of concealed weapons and of quack"medical ?

.' .,.l4btainedlor46''' cents 'by addressing oureorporat..managersand :'t6ILo'e'whowouIdn't. give wp his "Learn it, .. the man we should not stretch the law so compounds Hoot a to death and soothing syrup thatd:
t Vth director, 'United States GeologicalA } political rulers would be IncomIote.a'ftd' eat In\ s car'\to ;a. woman"whywan n" aUrDrlee.'You. dont learn it;
&n .,..:.::.x:.:;.;.-1'.W..ll1. ... "" .,.D.C.. . '., '.A as r meaningless x ait futurist carrying a' baby? ., I- '. gift* I This U wise and conclusive, Dr. Wiley pure Hcity.-Leslie's, *!Weekly rte helve! : purified. pubw-- _:4-,;r-' :-:;
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' 'f; 11 + HOW TO CONSTRUCTA A weatherproof whitewash for ex-I PAVING TilE WAY FOR PLUNDER MONARCH AND : :;
POULTRY HOUSE terior surfaces may be .made as - /
lows: ((1)) Slake one bushel of quick The ship-subsidy lobby now active Next I uPiAINCITIZEN.; America 'wfll: .
. Poultry houses may; -be built more lime in twelve gallons of hot water; in Washington, has other inducements be visited by two men'of distinctly:
open and consequently less expensively ((2)) dissolve two pounds of common than money and !awIt.I... .jail diffsrntPrise.: Henry'. f Germany .' '
i in our southern states than in the salt and one pound of sulphate of zinc 'lilnpo alf men says the New Yore: will{ represent the autocracy,'' .,

ceordinSftoinvestigatorer: of In two gallons 'of boiling water; pour I World/, No iiotive, n>> prejudice, uo a.great monarchy, while Secretary of

the department. However, a house ((2) into (1k>, then add-'two gallons ofd I weakness, ecapa.its no .- State William J. Bryan will represent:, .
which gives satisfaction in Maine will skim milk and mix thoroughly. White- men who con be influenced by personal the world's greatest' republic. Both ,'

f also give good results in Texas or wash is spread lightly over. the surface or political considerations. do nothive men are ffoingioirr bring about
California. The best site for a poultry with a broad brush. to be bribed. a bettor understanding between'?;th:*- "

[l f. house in any location is one where -- - I \\If we were to catalogue the elements countries they, represent and..tha

f'' good water and air drainage are avail PROTATO GROWING i i to which the lobby that asks a countries they visit Prince, Henry '

,'t able. The floor and yards will then IN UNITED STATES million or so a year at Panama is will diptlay the insignia ,of: royalty'and
be dry. The house should not occupya I making its appeal the result wouldbe dazzle the natives with an array

low hollow in which cold air settles. Nearly every year there is a potato I, : of medals, which every member/.:

(' Wherever possible a southern or southeastern shortage In the United States and I| 1. Those who support subsidies on nobility accumulates.. Be will be, re-'
; exposure should be selected, enormous quantities of tubers have to : principle. splendent gold lace and will be un-.
although this is not esesntial if there bending. On the other hand. CoI nelBl'J'&n
be from Canada and Europe. :
is for facing the 2. Those who can be persuaded perhaps I will about plain .
) any good reason It so that the scab is attack. go a every
: direction. happens I by corrupt methods, to support dti like af the
.. house in a different ing foreign potatoes and an embargo !day en.'iust the rest
"Poultry House Construction" is has been placed their importation. subsidies. I people who live' in the countries- hewtlLVrisit. f '

i(j, the title of the department's new far- This opens upon up a field of opportunity -I 3. Those who, having been tricked Prince Henry will appealto
J' mer.' bulletin (No. 874)), in which are in this country. In Germany I into support of this subsidy, do not. I tra admirers 'of military display.
explained the main features that large quantities of tubers are consumed like to admit their error. Colonel Bryan will appeal to lovers of,- t '

..'..._ should be considered and in which and the problem there has 1-I 4. Those who.hold a doctored party peace and thrift and industry. He

---w ,and .pans $! satisfactoryhouses .been..JIOhr.eiLby ZTO .sufficient! for I( platform superior to reason and right. will tell of the wonderful achievements',

:,. are shown. Every poultrymari the home consumption. In Germanythe ] S.,Those. who...are Jncnr: be_ Jingoes, of the United States in the industries.
who contemplates erecting new poultry average yield per acre is 202.5 + some merely reckless, some financial.. a tlrwnd.cl8lCQPrtnettH8Irrwut-
't buildings should write to the department bushels while the average in the ly interested in war. toll of the strength, .of the. army an4'

y, for this bulletin which will United States is 96.2 bushels. Potatoes -I 6. Those who yield dizzily to spread navy which tax: the very existence ofa
be sent him free on application, as grow in every section of the coun- eagleism. grand race of people. The Bryaa ; y
long as the department's supply lasts mission will be the more snecessf,
though in parts of the south they'will !
The "Intensive System" and the "Col- try not keep for any length of time i 7. Those of Irish antecedents or connections for the reason that he will mix with ,
who have 'inherited
ony System." However.' they mature early and always -, an- the people. and greet'them'pl.asiatlr
p; There are two popular ways in find a ready market. At prevailing I tipathy to Great Britain. aDd upon an equal ground: -Prince" _,
j which to raise poultry the "inteneivesystem" there should be good money I II 8. Those who for other reasons are Henry will be unable to descend to the-
(+ and the "colony system." The I I in prices potatoes. Home gardens I II AnglophobisU. level of the ordinary,mortal, t and will

I': a first of these aims to save steps, and can growing be made to yield enough for family j 9. Those who are hostile to over- make no great impression. While '
,I accomplishes this purpose. Long stationary I consumption and this will amountto CHAS. F. PREVATT land railroads. many toady to royalty, the; average"

j' houses are used. It is easier, considerable saving in the high''' 10. Those who dislike the advocatesof human likes to'meet hisfelloiw..mtmmias : "
the birds healthy 1855-1Q14 an equal. This Is the strength of
however to keep coat of living. The department of agriculture peaoe. <
{ and to reproduce the stock under the is trying to encourage the I 11. Those who think there. is presidential the republics: and the LaUn, tmsri-,

second system. planting of an increased acreage in coercion. can countries are republican senti-
Under th*! colony system the birds ment' and 'strongly opposed' toe monarchical ' '
j. potatoes and is sending out bulletinson 12. Those who are tied up in logrolling
are allowed free range; the houses, the subject.-Woman's Weekly. I combinations demagogues : forms of ....eMlmen"f.CJ; I. ;
which hold about 100 hens each being a. well as the accelerators.. onelBr'J'aD': miI.Io.--wtll bring *bo..t*

( placed from 200 to 250 feet apart so. ALCOHOL BARRED FROM NAVY. ._r _.__ u - -. 13. These whose ambitions have a pod'1llld.r will,-and the aagaeU,-
---- --- -- -- --- --
that the stock will not kill the grass. I been defeated by the president; and I' ous business men see that; his commercial

This system may be adapted to severe Alcohol as a beverage has .been BROOKLYN AND mermen in felling old trees so that who are bent upon revenge. evangelists follow in the trail I u
winter conditions by drawing the colony barred out of the United States Navy. THE DIME NOVEL the young growth is not injured. The 14. Those who ask: "Shall we not; of the secretary of-sUtov .Woman'a1,

houses together In a convenient Following the recommendation of Sur- brush is piled' in heaps for Burning do as we will with our own, regardlessof I National Weekly_, _
place at the beginning of winter, thus geon-General Braisted Secretary of (From the Brooklyn Eagle.) after the lumber has been removed, in obligations to others!" .
cold The 'death. of Thomas Hanshew. a Subscribe for the Valley Gazette.
reducing the labor during the the Navy Josephus Daniels has issued order that the fire menaoe which for- 18. Those members of the minoritywho ;
month. ,The, first system is 'moresuited executive order abolishing all alcoholic native of old Brooklyn whose brother;pesters usually follows lumbering would like break' telephone. "
for the and sister are still living here, hap- cay to down the Wilson "Gent uptown for an of ,,
\M for hens 'used solely for liquors from every' ship and In the AnnesUy suburb of Lon .may be done away with. The modelsare administration and: disrupt the I ,ficer at..once. Burglar in the house
than pened .
production of market eggs The order reads on \la scale of about one inch to
station of the navy don. Mr.; Hanshew had been a voluntary .. democratic! pertJ'It .J- "Let me see,to.aid" the captain'
those. used to breed /tackI "The use or introduction, for He five feet,' so that trees approximately will be seen that the resources of'flectively.( "I've ret four,.men cat.;
I ,'As Few Fences as Possible. .of alcoholic boar expatriate for many years. 100 feet tall are about twenty inches
of money, purposes liquors on had written sen ational' .dime". the lobby are formidable, but its pro soring plays, two Inspecting the gowns
Fences mean an outlay less continuous any naval vessels or within novels for publishers in this counrty, high |in the models.It grant is even more pretentious. ,,.The I at a society function: and two more
and this outlay is more be or maintained yard or station, is strictly prohibit after an experience on the stage, in ,,I, is the intention' of the force) million or' so a year"which'it' hopes I supervising a tango tea. Tell him .I ran
as they must should and commanding officers will be held which he played with Clara Morris.In I service to have theee models set forth for at Panama is the smallest part ofeta send him'an officer" about. two''
: after being installed. There directly responsible for the enforcement certain points in regard to the timber .expectations.A hours." "
; dividingthe London for Ward, Lock & Co., he' '
be as few fences as possible of this order." The significance that 7' -
sales conducted by the'ftOvernmept.. lobby can compel the United I
lots and the yards; as land can be of the which has had kept up the same sort of work. States A new bedspread Is a fleece blanket '
T and extent change They will demonstrate, in the first to violate a treaty, thereby assuming
fen Altogether he was the author of 200
If not
kept "sweet" more easily valuable taken place in popular views regard- "dime novels." That he had had place that the timber on the national an attitude of hostility to all I covered with white etamlne and t
ed., and fresh sweet land is a ing alcohol, as indicated by this dozen readers here Thomas Hardy a forests Is for use; placards tell how the world; that can induce congress to I bound_with satin. ,4

asest in poultry-raising. be sweeping order of the secretary, can has had one is a fair ( it is sold to the highest bidder when put a monopoly on the free list at a
On good soil a greensward may be appreciated only, when one recalls ''preswnptin.'I it is wanted for commercial purposes, Panama and that can commit the
250 I I Like Harlan P. Halsey Old Sleuth,
kept up by allowing 200'to square the stories of naval experiences of past another Brooklymte who] made I and how it may be given away to local democratic party to subsidies, which L 4 00044H
\ feet of land per bird. This means generations, when rum, brandy and a rep- settlers and prospectors for developing it has always fought, will not fail to <
in the field he '
More I I utation same was a .
217 or 274 birds per acre space formed of the regular be heard from later '
land. A whisky a part of character and highly regardedby homesteads or mines. The mod on. : LAKESIDE' NURSERY I IR.
is necessary on poor or light official rations when liquor of some his : els themselves indicate that the timber The next demand will not be for a .. .

large number of where fowls double are usuallykept yardsare I kind was served, as a routine procedure I It is neighbors.rather a curious, thing that the I I I, is cut in such a way ai to eliminate all paltry million. It .will be for a'hun- AM-
to the acre to officers and before dred million.
men -
: going of homes and churches should avoidable waste of wood and to securea '

cultivated used and Plymouth the land Rocks is frequently and the into action and when one of the .city have.produced two of the giants in the continuance of the forest crop, not D. FULLER
I of
breeds in small chief characteristics sailors production of these-sensational novels. only for timber production but for the
other heavy meat officers or seamen. Was their abilityto protection of the soil. They further .
yards require fences five to'six feet of amazing quantity of Perhaps it may be explained on the No. WINTER HAVEN, ,FLA. '
feet dispose an theory that attributes the free show the fundamental principles applicable -I Six-Sixty-Six _
to seven same
high.. whue a fence six I intoxicants. The development of sci-
to logging operations
7T-- for Leghorn The- thinking of Robert G. Ingersoll to the many :Tar.
V high is necessary entific methods and the use of.c instruments - that the mature and overmature trees This .. a pieserlpuoa prepared esjuclsttylor Grapefruit,Tangerine, }
for the of hts min-
restraints esrlylifeHn
of the fence a ',
upper two feet inclined inward at an : of precision in waufarehave ister's family. But certain it Is that should be removed;;that thriftily growing -MALARIA CHILLB.ekJr'CVCrl. diff Orange andrLue Gum "
latter may be or a strand made alcohol absolutely detrimental to for years the best rewarded pen-work-I' -i.. angle of thirty degrees I the modern naval man. Sea-fights in 1 I duce seed and insure a reproduction taken then as a toale the Fever will aetreturn. I .' 4
in Mr. whom
be used on top pf er Brooklyn was Halsey, '"
r of barbed wire may the brute hardihood Wrif.-hr ,..._ ..: ,:
, to keep them con- I past were won by Seth Low appointed to our board of' of the stand and that the young It acts oa the fiver betta than. '
the regular wire, and physical endurance which could education, and that most and growth should be protected from damage Calomel sad does not gripe or tlcfcea. 2Se I "o "". : w,
i fined. It is also sometimes necessaryto i perhaps be stimulated temporarily at : poets I in.lumbering operations. t.o. .o, !
of wingof fiction writers who thought themselves
feathers one '
the wing )
\ clip
; doses of alcohol. The
these birds, that persist in getting : least by large labora- in a higher class would have envied' The models are supplemented by a u
out. A board or strip along the top of' modern warship a floating Mr. Hanshew if they could have analyzed graphic chart which shows by pictured -
of delicate and machines.The
(, the fence is not advisable. Hens will i tory accurate fourteeninch his personal income from his piles of money and by conventional I J
who directs a (
gun-pointer work. trees of grades size the increase of
such an arrangement.
. often fly over rifle the modern man-of- d
Posts may be set or driven into the on < Perhaps the "dime novel" has pass- timber sales on the national forests
They should be set eight to : war needs not only personal cothace.but ed forever. The motion pictures seem from 1905 to 1913, inclusive. In 1905
ground. : also absolute steadiness of nerve ,, the timber sold from the national forests SERVICE .
'. feet with common poultry to have retired it to innocuous desuetude '
ten apart clearness of vision and fine muscular, *
:, netting or sixteen to twenty feet, with : co-ordination. All these things mod- But thousands of men who are '' aggregated 96.000.000board feel, COURTEOUS.TRCATMCNt Jt
should be growing or have which brought -the government no
woven wire. Corner posts has shown be im- gray grown gray 'I
about -eight inches in diameter and beset ern physiology small amounts to of alI will never .f.rget. the "yellowbacks more than 86000. Three years later e
four feet in the ground while intervening paired by even they used to read in school, with one the amount of timber sold increased to
,> may be four or five I cohol. The engineer who superintends eye fixed on the teacher and the other nearly 390,000,000 board feet, and the ,
the of the bti
posts' the heart
inches in diameter and set three feet machinery) at I glued to an ever-exciting page. money received rose to $735,000.: In
modern battleship, the man at the
in the ground That part of the post who its and the 1911 830,000,000 board feet sold for
be wheel directs course MODELS SHOW PROPER bUMBER more than $2,000,000. and in 1913 more I
in the ground may
which "
is ofr the executive officer the
wood captain on ING. than 2,000,000,000 feet brought In u :
charred or treated with some bridge as well .. the most humble con- Not in Omitted
while I tracts amounting to $4.500.000
preservative posts should to advantage be firmly, braced corner or- to member hem a of condition the crew,of need maximum at all times physical ,'I Two models sells which its ;timber show have how just thegovernment : ty

{ set ift cement. <<: and mental efficiency. Intoxication IBCENTCASCARETS"

tI Paint. Adds Both Appearance and In the naval officer today might I been at prepared the forest Washington products exposition, for display , IF BILIOUS COSITIVE :' ,In' oar '''maSsive' vault l lI
be disastrous cowardice
easily as as every
AH buildings and appliances on a Journal of the I I to be held in Chicago April 30 to May {
and treason. The
poultry farm will be improved greatly, American Medical assoeitaion thinks I 0 and in New York, May- 20 to SO For Sick Headache, Sour Stostach,. modern, deViCe! for :Safetq'
and in serviceability These models represent an acre ofwestern
in Liver '
both appearance that Surgeon-General Braisted's recommendations Sluggish and BeweUhrTaeyWork
by the addition of paint. One may and Daniels' yellow pine> land in a national h'beenincludedthuamaking
Secretary While" Yea Sleep. .
forest of the southwest before and
ready-mixed paints, or may pur-
buy order are simply in line with our

chase mixthem paste, All pigments surfaces should;and be oil clean and growing knowledge.. nation needs after In the logging.model showing the stand before .- i 1 Furred Taite Indigestion .' it'fire and burglar 1 proofStfE.OEPOSOQMFOflRttT
the most
on battleships today ; capable Sand Miserable
t and dry before- they ane painted. Use clear-headed cool-brained and.tedy..handed the lumberman.goes into jt the Sallow Headaches )
priming coat made of equal parts of trees rang from those only a few\ come from- a ,torpid liver and
and these
with men, men an old to,large :overmatare 1 I, clogged bowels, which cause '
paW .beL linseed oil and cover year stag youratoszscha
coats of paint, which not found among the habitual or'oe- headed Individuals more than ready .o, become hl d ..with andi- ; ): : tL: 1a
more of alcohol' tn
one< or;, casional users- any form. the In..tha second 1 rested 'which and ferments .
be, thoroughly rubbed into the i for ax. model the food sours
ahouldv surf Entirely aside' from .moral considered or. lent's'm-!\-: mature trees and all others larger 1 like garbage In a swill barrel, That's $2,001 JIHOIHE 1 YaIr

1 Whitewash is the cheapest of all mental 'rea8On.Z'and : than.a
paint; and may ba used either 'or, all;, ply as of a ecientl efficiency regulation, this order in will the Meommend.itself Interest . ': down and*made iinto/i'.logs and :cord" gestion-foul gases, bad breath,yellow P Vi'" ') ill ". ,I"'ff'',.' 1 1i 1
be wood.t lao this in .u skin,'mental jears everythiag-that is .. ". wr
.. :, .. It.can : ; '.as governmentsales ; ,
or .
xnade.bx.aUking terror;, : about:ten"pounds'' of.AuickliiM the American .to.-people the "vast'majority-of': ,tha..stomps are cut low to avoid horribleaad: ,_a..umtrA.. Caaeare* i "Artlitit, ..E:l- ,, &\'n;.. x PF.. ., ... Vita' mss'
two gallons sr. taken to teaight+awIllLgin.-yur constipated '
,4tt-i,a pail with :
with cloth ; ; 'their a: ssaallolametsr'we ) 'vp tote: ;the howaUn. ,;. .>thereafch'fcleansing dPzdUt f + \- s't' 1 ,c-d..1( ''.1\\ M .
wallcovering .U* pap : ,;Fin dancing boot have epee -
'of [
:.'' burlap>; and allowing itto.: slake for fronts eriss-erosaed."witWambroidered II treey-and <* eh,>mat.riak""JI1CItA\> straighten-yen, ..11;;morning;.? They ... "' -t.t._J.... .;. ... \ i.r"' e o f 'r0 lie'r
,'" or .' for lumber Is converted into ,. box \ .. '. .. .. 'l, .
Miff' one>..ourr-- .,.Watu.1I (.theuadde4'tc) leather.:.v__)U t .' f- '*<' f pordwoeLTogether {-arti: > -'whib'yvit'aleep.1O.eeDt :
'briar the. whitewash to a*consistency l 1i :tha, models show tha care i 4fmmynur'draggklfNRi' ) keep. yy! t<*\-

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I The Kissimmee. Valley I J Gazette American. city\vith more than 100.000" > inhabitant- "t.* ,having_ a" typhoid'rate. of COMMENCEMENT WEEK. :t' I

less than five.. ,. Prominent Floridian

'YtJBLI "ED EVRRT Jl'RIOAT. OFFICE IN VALLET GAZETTE B11JLD1NQ. ,' But Baltimore Minneapolis l Kansas City and Omaha had more typhoid in .. "

8+ e''. .= K'ISI1IIMEHI, OSCEOW' COUNTY. .FLORIDA. 1910 than in I 1900-4.- Something it undoubtedly ,wrong somewhere 'when .; COMES TO CLOSE

... Providence had in 1910 twice at much typhoid at it had in 190A and Milwaukee -' w

+' W. B. HARRIS. + r-------. : --r----. Owner t ha seen'its death date inmate' from 13.1' in 1904 to 45.7 in 1910.) (Continued. from page one.). ?'
f, '$. J. TRIPLET i *,. -.. _' .' Editor The death rate from typhoid has in a number of states/as Colorado Indiana I ales', and said If a man must,be a !*' "}'

,.. .-.-. = .::. Maine and Maryland either remained stationary during the last three br Jour I graduate to play ball is it not much

'rv8kjfl PTtoN on" years or else actually gone up as in Vermont Michigan and Wi i onsin I more important that he be a graduate-
,:., One i01i7: .ht mOlTtha_-1-0--0.0.__ flko. One copy, Ihree mdylha--------: ; : ... It is the habit of our people to think only in scareheads. Important question to discharge ,the. business, affair ofIifeT I', t

,. are ignored until they loom big as mountains in the public eye. Not lone
) ; of the
All communicationacept f>"in our aulhorlmed corrippn 1. .. ago a vague rumor of outrages suffered by a few Americans in Mexico wa s )l rxlHr Superintendent oL.Edufation W. J.

cf'maWtl.Vrw! l1 not, he rMurnVd ui.lo.n. railed. for.Entered -."'..-- enough to make people ask for immediate war. A war against an enemy Sears presented the various medals.
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,; ---- ---- Kl'orl'da: a* f : I which attacks every year hundreds of thousands of our people and kills thou The medal for highest honors in /
..: ( at the I'lalolthrln; Klmlminrc. .. second-clanx'tnntt-r j the Latin class and (gIven by the jew. .
.. - ..-. - sands of them would be more ju tified. For every life laved from' typhoidit of
1 --- elry firm of Cole & Unley city
.. FRIDAY MAY, 8 1914 has been proved that two other lives are saved. A campaign aganist typhoid 43' b /ff was awarded to Miss Nellie Calkins.:

<)- / is i therefore an assault on every ailment that preys on man.-Jacksonville av I The medal given by R. J JS.!; Rose for

e ::1 1 = .1.'_= .' -- 'Metropolis. I II general excellency was awarded to1

FOR KISSIMMEE. ._- _. __ __u. ____ __ __ __ I, Frank Cajkins. The medal given byE.
THE the submitted
- A Nelson Fell essay -
4d 4 'i4444444'444444 I I4 40444444'0'44444044: a e'u at the fair by the Osceola high' ,

It may appear lo some of our readers to he a little out of the regular order o- Q school class was awarded to Edward
few weeks undertake tog 4 THE SELECTIN4 i (0 LETTERS TO TilE 4 1 Newton. .
who has only been in the city a to
of for
things one medal by M. Katz the
f The given ,
the future of little-city but when we look about us and see goods merchant of this f
prophesy u to our : 4 >* < leading dry ,
i I ui appears to stand out in bold relief in the not dIstant (future we shall 444 . . *-'44Sr4444444 44444444444444444Mr. I city, to the student who made the ;
know opinion of the highest !general average in mathematics K
hesitate call attention it that the public may our
not to The time is near when Florida will Editor: At the term of court was awarded/ to Frank Calk i"*
Suture of Kissimmee. ._ employ a number of servants at salaries i just closed a young man was tried ins The medal given by Professor
We have visited practically every part of the great stall
I have. studied the conditions as they naturally exist in the carious places we have down. Nominally the men w)ll be i of enticing away from her parents' ors in athletics was awarded to Ed-

.5 had occasion visit and putting the various observations together and from employed in November, but as a mat home, without their consent, a young ward Newton. Thus it will be seen .
.'S ter of fact all will be settled in June. l girl thirteen years of age, for the pur I that two of the male students of the s
them we draw our conclusions.First. I Some have been pressing their claims pose of a clandestine marriage, this, I II r Behoof won two medals each in a fair
; Let us consider what natural advantages have been. endowed to for several months. Th!' early bird under the statute, making it criminal and open contest< for the honors.A .

this locality to attract the home-builder here. This i is lh -Jiead-of water navigation catches the worm, but the early candidate I when the girl is under sixteen. That singular feature of the winning y .. ..
.I both the Atlantic and Gulf from the interior of the state and located is more apt than otherwise tofatil'ue the license was obtained by frAud ana I of the medals at the high school was
to the midst, of those from whom he is seeking forgery and the marriage ceremony' that Nellie Calkins received one and a
beautiful Lake Tohdpekaliga, in. a
.1 on an elevation overlooking employment, and by talking his'(I procured under misrepresentation does R. J. HOLLY her brother, Frank Calkins received
broad, spreading, fertile prairie right in the very heart of southern Florida .* chances to death give the. place to a I not lessen the crime. : President Florida Press',* Association. I'two this, year, this making in all seven

. t the city of Kissimme less clamorous rival, says an ex- I I Neither the girl nor the boy seemed President Lake Region Press Club medals and two cash prizes won by ,
.Here we always have a pleasant invigorating breeze wafted from the lake change. : to feel any shame or humiliation for I Editor Sanford Herald. these two young students within the x
the that exist: in some ;Now we muhtn't forget that Florida : their actions, but leered and smiled at Adopted Child of Kissimmee past three years here.
and drives oppressiveness may .
t' that is refreshing away is the employer, and that the men are each other and at the : After the medals had been awardedthe ..
( spectators, some
1 other more unfavorable spot. Here is found a fountain of sparkling waterS to be employed to serve her. The one I of whom seenjed to enjoy the I diplomas of graduation were pre-
, that gushes forth from the depths of the earth to cool and slake the thirst. thing to be considered is the service : ceedings in a manner that would have pro- I EVERYMAN sented to each member of the graduating -

: Nothing is more essential anywhere than pure water and in that Kissimmee is these men will render. If one were I been different had it been their little I I class by Superintendent Sears,
employing a cook, he would not employ i who a very impressive short ad-
of fresh clear sister or daughter who, was the victim gave
abundance water
y ,_ doubly blessed, at he' ale front affords an the one who professed to love him however willing. I SHOULD OBSERVE dress to the class. 4,

i::r for boating and fiahing land also endless hours of pleasure and amusement I best. He would select one that he considered A mere child, immature and with- Professor Evans then gave a short
"'r : along that line besides furnishing means of cheap transportation of merchandise the best cook. Well, a sen- out discretion, easily persuaded and MOTHERS' DAY talk to the class and expressed his joy

{), to and from the markets of the world and then she Has the gushingfountain ator or a representative or a state or perhaps overwilling. It is such as at their success, but regretted to say"Komibye" J1,
)I county official is as important as a to them and have them go-
these the law is needed to
beneath the surface that only requires boring protectand
of cook, and should be selected with as '' out from his charge forever. He l
guard, not only from themselves'but WBAR A WHITE ROSE FOR MOTH.
through the underlying strata of limestone to give vent of escape and we ha\e I much care. Really more care shouldbe from unprincipled men and boys. I spoke very feelingly and offeredaplenP

a stream as large as the opening made that flows in endless quantity without I II' exercised, for any man who has What a future for the community if I ER NEXT SUNDAY. 'did advise to them and expressed implicit -

ceasing and without exhausting the supply. I II nerve enough can fire a cook wheneverhe such acts were to be overlooked and : confidence in the class.
but these servantsare Next Sunday will be "mother's day, The decorated in most
pleases, public stage was a
be' condoned. Arid there who
\ no.better section of the state could are some
I For truck and vegetable growing : employed for terms of two, fouror think that because the circumstances when everybody is expected to do Aristic manner, large pots of ferns and
>*- found than right in and around Kissimmeev with her deep muck soil and the six years. So it is well not to'' and condition of of the parties-I honor to the l best woman that ever flowers decorated the front of the

flowing wells that tan be -$o easily procured makes,the failure eropntirely 1 make any-miwtak.e. i.matter--ought to bepassed, I lived. It should not only- be done then I Stage and Tong green bamboo! cuttinga.arranl.d .
of the Two matters should be consideredin out punishment forgetting that with-I but every day in the year, for she is in the background gave a
.j" out question. making selectionsfaithfulnessand criminal! the best friend a man can ever have soft relief, to the entire setting.
establishing not the but the crime that is
natural and acted wisely '
i The early settlers saw the advantages in ability. It would be folly to em- in order its on earth. No other love is so faithful The flowers that were presented to
':. { a townsite and starting in to build a city. Since the establishment of thISl" ploy an able man who would serve'' punished by others. Let prevent such crimes repetition and true as a mother's and none'! the graduating class were the mostgorl'eOUR

I city nature has been aided in many ways and today there are many other adVantage himself instead of his employer. It against the state go unnoticed because I that will stay by you through evil as and beautiful that one almost -

': to be offered aside from what nature has done to.make this a place would also be folly to employ a faith- of the social standing of the parties, I well as food report. We always had j ever beheld and they were banked -
doubt about the truth of i ful man who, while meaning well, and how long before there would be i some the entire length of the stage and
worth while to establish a home. would not have sense enough to know repetition of the acts. Other little I{ lines: the rich fragrance given off by them

I The main trunk line of the A. C. L. Ry. passes directly through the city: what should be .done. In selecting girls on the way to or from school I I ('iin H mother' tender runVaat permeated every part of the large au- ?
,; i from Jacksonville on the north, to Tampa on the south thus giving us direct men for responsible positions none could be induced to enter an automo-! I < toward* the child Hlit IM-K* I ditorium. It was indeed a pretty sight 9
+', connection with water transportation from both north and south at these terminal should be selected except those of undoubted I bile, sign or forge the'name of parent i I y,',1, will Hh* ina.v I remember forgretrul thcq lit.Yet and one not soon to be forgotten.Thus .
and Either ; closes the school 1914 in
r' have been built from this to A k honesty ability. or guardian to a written consent to year
points; also branch toads out point pop a ".
without the other would result in poor | a blaze of glory and splendor and
i' license
the A mother's love be
necessary allege seems to) fully us
on the northwest, which road taps the most thrifty and productive farming service. A combination of the two I her procure age over sixteen, to have the mar- undying as that of the Maker. It I the citizens and patrons of the school
#' section to be found in this part of the state and a section noted for the excellent will result in good service. riage ceremony performed. What never crane have just reasons for feeling proud of r

quality of its citrus fruits. More fruit is produced in that section than ary The applicants all have records that home would be secure. I Let every man in Kissimmee wear a our school and the great work that its
accessible./ Some have served the It is such these that white to the of his : doing, and we trust that the work
G other and the largest bearing groves to be found in the entire state are located marriages as I, rose pinned lappel I .
of them that has been
people before, some are servIng furnish the grist for the divorce mills coat next Sunday as a token of memory so successfully carried
near Apopka. the terminal of the division leading out that way. them now. All should certainly and,tbeir offspring candidates for the I!, and reverence of Mother's Day. out here during the past may conf
Another branch road leads out to the east and reaches the thriving towns know what to expect of these men. (I chain gang. i tiijue) to grow and expand until every

V'I- r;! of SL Cloud and Narcoossee. both located on the shores of East Lake Toho- The thing to do is judge the future. Not the least reprehensible part of I child in the city and county will be r'
by the past. If you have an employein this cage the of three i 444044444444444444> > benefited by it.RESOLUTIONS.
pekaliga. These towns are each thriving industrious, wideawake places, and was participation .
;J your private business who is rendering others besides the '4 4 - ---
principal culprit,
their citizens also belong to high class citizenship. Their business must necessarily OF SYMPATiIY
i" services entirely satisfactory, who aided and-advised in this abduc- MOTHER'S DAY 4
all cpme from or through Kissimmee, and thus this becomes a distributing you will keep him, no matter what an : tion. It is gratifying V know that < Whereas, it has pleased the Almighty

p point for a large bulk of the ,commerce of this part of the state. applicant for his position" may. prom- ,their conduct will be investigated. 4 A Proclamation by the Governor God to allow the Grim.Reaper.
ise. If have one whose service' 4 of Florida. 4
she has business methods you SPECTATOR. Death, to enter the home of of Ii
Kissimmee i is'j young yet adopted progressive is not satisfactory Mther through lack 4 .. '- 0 one our
and the will not long remain in the background. Through the main thoroughfares of fidelity or lack ability, you will fr.To the People of Florida: loved sisters husband and snatch, Charles therefrom F. Prevatt her be-.

r' brick parkways have been arranged' and shade tree planted which are get some one in his place-tha one CROSS COUNTRY TRIP 4 The truest and greatest friend Be It resolved by the members of

the admiration of every'who.,. comes within hen gates:' Substantial who cart offer you the best proofs that' .OVERLAND AUTO. that God ever gave us was our Kissimmee T mple No. 21 Pythian

4 business house have been erected and bur merchant are composed of wide- his service will be satisfactory. mothers. There is no purer, Sisters, that while we bow {humble
the evening nobler *
should virtue
Every man apply com- Last the writerwas or more enduring
Monday submission
to the will of the Heav-
awake business men and while in these early day of development our citizens mon sense that governs hisconduct in waiting at the depot in Orlandofor 4 than a mother's love. There is a enly Father, yet our hearts out +
t may perhaps not posses so much wealth a* may be found hoarded in larger his private business to his public busi- '' south-bound passenger train 81 to 4 tenderness in the love of a mother in sympathy to our sister in her go bereavement 0 ;
r- that tends ness. So we say to th* voters, don't arrive to deliver back to < that transcends all other af- 41
and older cities, yet they are ready to respond to every proposition I us Kissim-I I and with the hand of lovewe yx.
j toward the upbuilding of Kissimmee and with the influx of people who will select A man because he wants the filii mee, when we were invited to 8" fections of the heart. It is nei44| I point her to Him who doeth all
flace. Pick out the one who will seat in "Overland" auto driven byl I C-er to be chilled by selfishness, > well
an things and trust that when time
i 5 naturally be attracted this way, it would be utterly impossible to keep Kissimmee the place best and put HIM in. M. D. Willson of this city, who was :(0. weakened by worthlessness, nor 0) shall be no more and "The roll shall ;
in the background. We need good, clean, honest men in returning from Sanford and desired < stifled by ingratitude. She will 4 he culled up yonder," there will be a ,:I":'1'

An old saying and a true one, is that "the newspapers are as a mirror that our employ, whether a pupblic or company. About the same time Dr.S. I 8" sacrifice every comfort for her < happy family reunion. :

t4 reflect: the true likeness of a community." No more trite saying was ever used, private. capacity.. -Palatka TimesHerald. W. Downing appeared upon the I Resolved, further, that a copy of I)' .
ery ; .
3. scene and he, too, was invited to join these resolutions be presented our bereaved :
r ; and Kissimmee can point with pride to her newspapers and say that truly they .-- -- I with us in the trip. < she will glory in their fame and sister a handed to both
.. copy
k t reflect the workings of the city. Nowhere, we dare say in the state, or else- 40444444444444444441 Accepting the very kind offer we ':' exault in their prosperity. In sue- local papers, and a page in our minute '
where for that matter can there be found better types of newspapers than those b were soon on the road leading out I .* cess, in failure, in sunshine, or in book be set aside for the inscription "el

l that are'issued from the two offices here week. NOTICE_ DEAR READERS. .1.1I from the city of lakes and headed for I 5* shadow. her love her deep interO. of these, our heartfelt condolences.:
every 4 est, abides with us still It is a (
4 The
beautiful Kissimmee.
j, Then too, the! Board of Trade which here is composed J of a wideawake We receive letters every week I an ideal one. The sun had eveningwas just .fr protection in infancy- guiding .!. HKRTI1A MAHKI.[ R. OVKRSTREET: _

group of business men men who want to do something and who have the courage asking us to write and tell our <'I sank to rest behind the western horizon -I 4 star in youth and an inspiration <:. I TAU.IJLAH I. WINN.I

of their convictions ahdare ready to put their st'io ld r-to '' wheel and -subscribers: how their subscription '> '' and was casting a beautiful halo .4 to high ideals and noble endi-nv-, '.'.1 D. FERRELL Committee., . 'V'' '
> ors all along the pathway of life. :' '.r'
< .
account stands, and to write over all creation the oleanders. and
With such that the there is limit the -
push. influence-As backing town no to ( Her sweet voice have long 4
4 a personal "letter to each one Spanish bayonettes, together with/ theIbe.ll.uLi1ul may
luture possibilities,, and when the plans that have already been outlined such *- would be a task besides every .j magnolia blossoms were I 4 since been hushed in death, but 4.1 COUNTY SUNDAY: 1

1' as the bulkheading of Lake Tohopekaliga\ and the establishment of a Fair Association regular subscriber to the. Valley making the atmosphere laden with 4. the Tnemoryof her watchfulness' _4! I -
and show nng for exhibiting-trie-various products of the county and Gazette receives that notice, ev- < their .rich perfume! and the gentle 1 ) her advice, her tenderness, hr 4! I MEEt
t < ery week. Look to the figures zephyrs were swaying the long tan -8* arwciety, hernffect.ion and her 4 SCHOOL TO -
ev with brick roads leading out from Kissimmee and connecting at the .
county 4 prayers yet abide with us, and is <: tli
< following your name on mar- I gled Spanish moss that hung in great I
,; lice north and sou41i. east and west, and the interurban traction connectingwith >* gin of the paper. If it reads: < clusters from the branches of the 4 the most ennobling influence in .'.. IN KISSIMMEE r.
St. Cloud and extending northward to Orlando and Sanford will make >* John Doe 3-15-14, it means that trees. I 4 our lives. :!

of Kissimmee indeed a city worth while and when the tourist from the north >* the subscription was paid to the 0'' No more delightful time could have j 4 The influence of the\ mothers of *: }J
third month, which is March, been selected for a trip and the engine 4 our land is the chief anchor of 4 l An invitation 'h'a-;; been extended to \ .
her and her homes and Well lawns and her I
enter gates sees lovely kept meets the society, and this influence is puriS the
16th day of the month and in that machine never did prettier 4I I Sunday schools of Osceola county ,\:.\
( 1 -polite and courteous citizens they will not be long in reaching the decision that year, and he would be behind < work than on this occasion, and tying the world, and her work 4 to meet in Kissimmee Wednesday "
: ,, here i is where they will want .t tO establish their home and spend their leisure from that date and should send a > while we encountered some few places I will last forever. No costly mar- <. May :!O., and hold two sessions of : J

hour, enjoying to the fullness the great out-of-door under southern slue money order for $1.60 for' another < that were somewhat vrough and uneven 8" ble can build a more enduring 4! convention one. to begin at 2:30: and '\1.\' \
i3 rv" year's subscription. When yet the time seemed monument to our mothers than 4d the other at 7:30: p. m. 'J
.--- '-- --== we receive that we would then ably short until we were remark-I' the impress they make on their > It is desired that the pastor, superintendent -: (
change the figures to read 3-15-16 safely home in just about 4 own household. The changing < and one delegate from each ; .
4 scenes of life may hurl the genius!' < school
+ -whIch would indicate the payment ram the time we left Orlando. If | ; attend, and these will be fur- '1.1
,'rs and extension of subscription I one doubts"the pleasure of a trip like 4 of man frfem eminence to utter < noshed free entertainment while here. 'v:q
4 to March 15th, 1915. \this let them try a ride with Mr. Will- fr ruin, but the honest form of a 4 A. B. Brown of Jacksonville ''
!3 4; By filth alone, by the worst and most dangerous kind of filth, can (the (term* Watch your label for your sub- 0 I son in his "Overland" and they will I 4 true mother reigns queen in the & secretary of the International state-
1 that 'cause the disease be spread. Typhoid in a state, or a city, or a farm, indicate scriptlon and it will not be neyes4 i never regret it. 4 hearts of her children forever. School association: and Miss Kilpat- fl (

v' ; some sanitary defect, and. as Professor Sedgwick of the Massachusetts sary to ask questions. : _.1.1I >< That we may pay offer special trib- : rick of CorInth Miss., are to be in attendance -
f Institute of Technology has it defective sanitation i is but another I 4 ute and fittingly our tokens 9 I ; and lend their services to ':jI j-
r put .name .4404004000000000400PACK. . small enough to fit the cloth. < of love and affection to the sacred 4 aid in !
\ Wr defective civilization. I > Now, honestly, what's the use? Why 4 memory of our sainted mothers 4 I work throughout quickening the interests of the J./f

"We .'re." Dr. Stiles says, "seven time a* dirty as the Germans and tendine I. UP AND COME ON. don't you pack up and come to Fells- 4 who have gone to their heavenly > Miss Kilpatrick the is the cbunty.teacher of ,.J...
'I mere, where the use of winter coal < reward and that we mani-! an ,
dirtier the Swiss. may
than organized class
I I of 600 w
; S winter clothing, winter food andalt >* feat our appreciation and > men. It can ..r
The typhoid death rate ,per 100,000 population during recent years ha The days of the coal bill are about I the strenuosity of fighting fpr existence >< our gratitude for the love express and confidently be expected that a woman ''
,ii been ati-follow*: Fifteen' Australia, twelve in Cuba nine in Belgium, eight in over in the Northland, except that aton through six months in the year devotion of the noble mothers I capable men of handling this number of fII, {If'Y!}

,, 'c; France, seven in Ireland six in England and Scotland five in Holland and !: or two more of the black diamonds is unknown. When you are wadingsnow who remain With us, of real successfully will bring a message ?", .f:;
helpfulness +;,
I to :t
had better be laid in for those days in and with numbed all workers In
Drifts, ears I Park Trammell
of *
;{," 'J.our in Germany. Sweden and Switzerland and three in i and governor the '.
Pruuia. Norway Sunday schools:
,l..r the late spring when it looks as if a and fingers are bringing in the fuel the state of Florida, do hereby All i\t.
Denmark.f cog had slipped somewhere and winter from the coal shed, we are out in the designate and proclaim Sunday, concerned should begin now and t)
1-10 curious and somewhat shocking contrail we had in the twenty-one- state was returning for another whack at garden patch' pulling delicious beets, May 10th, 1914, ., .J 1 4 plan and work together to make this ,:ta t/
t .which Irom."the registration area"of this county 233 deaths per 100,000 in the pocketbook. That same pocket- ra4ishes and onions for the next meal, '4 MOTi1ER'S'DAY 4 benefit memorable to oc'a8ion; and of great r ;a1
'. ; book look jrejry emaciated about thi* and topping all off with a fine mess "\v and suggest that it be observed l I!
.1910. ;i time and-dst calling with more and of strawberries from our heavily lad by.appropriate services in all of have no list of the Sunday i\! :
4 ;Typhoi fj usually)J disseminated by means of impuI a milk or food more inaUtent vehemence for filling; en vines. While you are shoveling our churches throughout the schools of the county and this pub: 1\-4\ 4
sometimes by flies: but we must\ DOt forget that odter.: "t.bere is DO And the old man U bracing up fob know from the sidewalks, between the state. we shall notice may be the only means I (')- f

: er sautes of infection of typhoid than'IDAD." It i u fellow creatura-of ours another long hot ummer'a tussle'1 in times you are beating your hands *> In testimony whereof, I have them. So have let for reaching some of f;
am'effort to lay by another stockofcoalpotatoes .' against your sidoa to help out the hereunto signed my name, and all who see this notice ti:
for i its
are responsible spread neat and other necessities stagnant circulation. our,'good wife- is caused the Great Seal of the accept the Invitation and let us bear
z. Typhoid] is an every-day problem only where it ia i allowed to become,one, of life anfflcient to carry' him out in the front yard cuttingthe beau- State ofLF.lorida to be affixed, 0 from will them and "be sure to say- they :\

S , 55 -is the urVejr.\I fact, some of our cities have accomplished if not:.* much through 'the next winter. . I tiful flower for table decorations. this the fourth day of Hay A. D. It com.I. t r'
1' \' ;. i"' the best European cities. at least as-much at *om4 cities across the ocean. It. Down" here In.the Southland the,I Why doat. you come T-FellsmereTribune. 19>,4. ty on this plans occasion to orraniH the coaa- v
golden takes.the place of the .
orange !*> Seal PARK for
( ) TRAMMELL regularly
0 a j
rollW honor should be short. for I forward :
that this Paterson instance
Ji.'pii7 so coal,;;and the grapefruit.and succulent What applies tol'e11amere'wUl'JlP- Governor '* movement all along the line'i' o
''F!:cOnid, bout in,; 190.! of'7.1; 'daths for'every' 100.000 inhabitants;' Chicago, vegetables, fresh from the gardand 1 ply equally true to.Kissimmee, M come O.Atteatti-. __. I__ .......::.-. W B. WITHERSPOON Jr.i;;
-V',tI 3 !" vhe 174.;peopU out of every.lOOXlOO; snatched by typhoid; in 1891;'ha* replace theTcold torage-::.&' on, neighbor... will, give yon a Wei- H. CLAY CRAWFORD. e Secretary of Committee'r; { ,' ''- J' '''j
,t, : ', i. ita mortality until it meats, and everybody> happy while coma, ./- 0 Secretary of State. 0 :
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!"" THE KISSIMMEE.VALLEY.GAZETTI Do'"you lib Kobt. W. Chambers T .. -

tT>'kPhon.WOo 11.) Read: any of his worki for lOc a week. : GAZETTE\
? '1"PubU.bed-. Cole A Unity. 19.2t SCHOOL PICTURES MADE SPECIALLY FOR THE- .

I F >.' W. .Every.. HARRIS.Friday-By"' ; '. .Miss Laura'Thomas, )leave today .1 Stanford's d' Stanfo rd's I Ir. J' ; 7: ':to ,.
for Oxford
i f ;=- vacation ,with, Ga., her, to grand-parent spend the summer, ,My' attention having been ,called to 'the fact that both' papers "'

Mug. 'Blancb.In m leaves' today . published th. *ame picture} in their,special 1 school; editions- last wee .' "

, ;: 'Weatlier'ReportFollowing fptvwr-home in' Clinton,",N.' C, tosjpend and the Journal having Hated the photographs i for them .were'made

'' the summer vacation.FOR Big BargainsLadies' especiallyfor; that piper 1 deem it,nothing more-: than,fair. :play to' lt ow /'

are the daily ternperature ._. 'RENT..ooO': acres good'pasture.: w'er I "
*'and precipitation' a* .' all under. fence. Apply to C. H. state that at least tbree of those used by that paper posed and ., r

+ reported by the Governmentstation ; -- Funk, Klsdhtmee.20tf. "made rspecially for The Valley Gazette, and that this fact was

at Kissimmee for the R. D. Calkins has opened the Virginia Dresses in the Latest Styles known to the editor of the Journal when he secured copies: of them '

week ending May 7, 1914. restaurant on Broadway where .
; he Is waiting to feed the hungry Cut 'to Fit Perfectly from me. J. W. WILDER. t
, Max. Min. Rain > h'

; i, ; ; Friday ________ 87 65 1.43 Free demonstration of the little vacuum U342-Ladies' Drew in Striped Pique. The Collar Yoke. Belt and Photographers
; Saturday ___ 87 61 washer every day for a week. 4
u Sleeves Outlined with of \
'f I u Don't miss It: 2011R. are; Piping 9 *5Q
,,, ,. Sunday ,un 85 65 ___ Contrasting Color ...2. .&-__.._'_prise $ 7U352
l I Monday _______ ,88 66 _ .
: L. Lambart of .
\ Leesburg was here .
Most RiceCloth.
... -One of the Newest aDd Stylish Dresses in This
The Kissimmee Audubon societywiU"
"l Tuesday Uun 89 65 ___ Sunday. the guest of Captain Swabyand : AGRICULTURAL --
Wednesday __ 93 70 spending the time very pleas- Dress will Laundry well and,giye Perfect Wear. Trimmed with hold 'a meeting. at the Chapter Houseon
n ul' I antly. Deep Lace Edging. The Dress is an D Tuesday evening, May 12th, at 8 :
Thursday h___ 91 69 ___. Overskirt Style .. i$4.We .98 o'clock. Mrs. Stanford will have EXPERT VISITS ,
'f Mr. and Mrs. Ii. DeLaney, Jr., N. B. charge of the program, which will be '
YX J' o++o+ .OOOOOOO..OOOOOOOO Brevard and Mr. and Mrs L. B. Giles, have a Great Number of House Dresses made of Ginghams for very entertaining. Everyone is cordially KISSIMMEE E'

' . n n_ all'from Orlando, were visitors in this invited. Admission free. 7'
city 'Tuesday Price owls:these 75'to 3.00 MRS. J. M. WILLSON JR. I
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4J C. W. Perkins of Jacksonville, whois Milady Blouses made of Linene.; :Woven Twill and Woven. Jean. All ,
J; THE LoCAL HELD. I interested construction of having the Large Sailor rt r C Everybody should go to church next TUCKER HERE TO LOOK < vlv'
I NeatlY.Trimmed. SITUA
railroad work at Kinnohville was in 4 C tO $ 1.ZO Sunday It's Mother's Day. At the OVER THE -
town yesterday and registered at the Turn pack Cuffs and Neat Pockets___._ Methodist church the subject for the TION. I

Graystone. morning hour will be "Our Mothers."

1111111111111111111111111'' Shoe DepartmentFLORSHEIMS. ,Everybody is cordially invited. All This office was honored with a caller .
Don't fails to eee the pablic demon- f
A. of us should )honor mother next Sun
.MJ. Brokaw with. Brothers in the of
Griffing stration of the little vacuum washerin ''to church whether she Yesterday morning person
; the tree people. 40-tf the room formerly occupied by the day by going W. R. Tucker, whose headquarter is rat
is still with us or has crossed the river
New York store. 20-lt Low Cut Effects. Gum Metal. Patent and'the New Palm waits ,. Moultrie, Gee.. who is paying a few rr
You can buy calico for-6e-pcrvard English Tan and our coming. Let everybodygo days' pleasant visit to his friend, C. H. r-
at Gilbert's. ZO-lt J. Hardy Walker of Bessenger was Beach Canvass., All sizes. All styles.J to church., Funk. 4

r in town Monday transacting business Price_..._ $5.00 Professor Sears returned from that Mr. Tucker Is officially connected fJ a
C. C. Sims of Tampa was a visitorin with the Dutton-Harris\ company and meeting arriving in time to make with the United States department of f. a ,
;l our city last Tuesday. mingling with the citizens here. DOUGLAS. the presentation of diplomas to the agriculture and is aiding the farmers
+;. "Ed Hanley of Tampa stopped off If you have not paid your city taxes If You Want-a Shoe that.i. Snappy Stylish and l Up-t-oDate. yet Strong high school class here Thursday night.. to in -grow his section thefarm of the products state of and Georgia handle, ... !.... M

here on business last Tuesday. you should attend to it' before the Douglas. Prices----- At the Baptist church Sunday and market same to advantage.He .
books close otherwise you. will pay and Durable. by all means buy a $3.00 tO $4.50QUEEN morning Mother's Day will be observ now has under his personal
Yes, Gilbert's got 'em-Ladies' imitation extra cost. 20-2t ed. "Son! Behold Thy Mother." At supervision sortie 3,000 to 6,000 acre i.
Panama hats-only 98c. 20-It QUALITY. night "Godliness: Profitable." Dr. in cultivation and the farmers) are taking 1 N
H. R. Leach of Sheridan Wyo., was renewed interest and derivingsplendid
I'I' 'We have all the Heart Could Desire in the Way of Style and Beautyin Holt to preach at both hours. j
R. A. Reed of Bartpw was among spending the early part of the week'in results, as the vegetables are
Jt. the visitors in Kissimmee Tuesday. this city and enjoying our mild these Shoes. Patents Gun Metal and Canvas Spanish"Heel Dr. Holt will preach at the Baptist properly prepared for market before (\

,', climate here very much. -to very low i in the Baby Pump. church Sunday at both hours "Moth- shipping and as a result the top market .. I
\ Can't be beat. Those ladies' 98c from $3.00 to $4.25 er's Day' the morning, "Son, Behold prices are realized. r
Charles B. Rice, the Cigar
dresses! at Gilbert's 20-11 Prices-------T------------------ Thy Mother" At night, "God- Mr. Tucker is also the agricultural .
City, was mingling with the citizens "
!liness Profitable.
B. A A. and t
for the A.
? of Kissimmee last and agent jailway
Only one more day to payprimary. ing our beautiful city. up for our E. J. Hunt, attorney, and his son. has been able to secure the best farm t ;
to qualify to vote in the ers to locate and develop the lands 7c
$$4 15.and SUITS of Ellaville, Ga., were in town a few
M. A. Boardman of Tenn. I around Moultrie.
this week business. -
; H. R. Jones was calling. upon the will open a new store in the Postal & Worsted days ago on This ia what we need here and we _
trade here last .
Monday. that the officials of
ITice; -'wherebewilicarry' -_ 1ohn_,&yliedter Campbell, station are glad to note
Nice line ladies' house dresses, only a compete line of shoes and hosiery., THE SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS MAN OF: TODAY KNOWSHOW"NECESSARY was a business visitor. in town this" O8TeoTa gdTllnty .w-.I".d.J -taken----- - .,
the services of justsuch
98c at Gilbert's. 20-lt The announcements of E. L. Lesley IT IS TO WEAR GOOD' CLOTHES IN ORDER TO GET. week. stepstoo a man for thl.coun'ty.Nothing .

S. R. Coley of St. Petersburg was a and DeWilton Alderman for county AHEAD IN THE < John L. Overstreet left last night will do more to build up
visitor in Kissimmee the early part of commissioner) from the First and Fifth WORLD.Our to join his wife in Jacksonville and'. the county and advertise it to the w{
-fie, the week. district respectively will be found in ClothesAre will spend two days there attending. world than to have an abundance of lS
ry hislssue of The Gazette. - the reunion before they return home. the necessities of life produced right '

rSt Judge Lilly left Wednesday for Mrs. Mattie Prevail Byrd and babyof After spending six months in beau- hereat home. --
Distinctive the of the Wearer'sGood
'r Characteristic-They Carry Impress
Kentucky to spend the summer in .
Alachua county are 'visiting rela- tiful KisKimmee, Mr. and Mrs. N. J.
. Glencoe, his old home. tives in the city. Mrs. Byrd was called Taste and Judgment.Blue !: Boylan will return to their home in POLL TAXES MUST BE PAID.

ry Little vacuum washer demonstrationeach here by the recent illness and deathof Serge Brown. Gray, Mixed Worsteds. Hillsdale, Mich., next Tuesday for the n
afternoon at 8 o'clock in the old her father the late C. F. Prevatt. summer Mr.: Boylan stated to a rep Procrastination will cause hundreds
20-lt resentatlve of The Valley Gazette that of men to be disfranchised In the primary +
New York store room.
ia and Look 'em Over.
-, The alumni of the Osceola high "Drop he expects to sell his Interests in election next month. Theold wl
II. C. Stanford is representing the school will hold a banquet at the Michigan during the summer and will method of having political leaders pay '
r local temp of Sons of Veteran at the school house next Tuesday evening, then return here to make Kissimmee the poll taxes is no longer in existence
union in Jacksonville this week. May 12, at 8 o'clock. All graduatesof his permanent home. He and his estimable and now the voter has to attend to this) tt
the O. H S. are cordially invitedto H. C. STANFORD CO. wife are both highly pleased important matter -
Good fiction for the summer. Read be present.E. with the conditions as they find them Delay' win mean disfranchlsement-
any book for lOc a week. Cole & here. The poll taxes roust be paid not later
19-2t C. Walton of the Reporter-Star,
Unley. and daughter, and Editor Joe Reese of MOONt.IGIIT( EXCURSION than May' 9. t r
of the voters
Judge T. P. Warlow of Orlando was the Sentinel, and wife, spent SundayIn It is not the intention -.
, is There will be moonlight excursion to neglect to pay their poll taxes,
In this city Tuesday on a business Kissimmee. Kissimmee a newspaper a '
r '; mission. man'lItsummer re80rt.OrlandoCitizen. on Captain Johnson's boat on the lake but they should be reminded that no-
i next Monday night, May 11, for the business of a private or public nature'
Ladies the of washingby Miss Una Garner of Post-
eee new way daughter '
tax before tomorrow is as important a* getting in possession 1
Pay your poll benefit of the Episcopal church of this
air with master Garner of St. Cloud
I I, night if you want' to vote,in the pri- Mrs. A. A., Sijwpson and'three, children washer.compressed It sure does the work.a. vacuum 20-lt yesterday and attended the, came graduat over- city. The boat will leave the city dock of a poll tax receipt-. The Stated

L.Diary.Jwi. Miss: Leona Roberson and ing ,exercises of Osceola high school promptly at 7:30: o'clock for a cruise : ;
demonstration Messrs.. W. Miller, 'J. M,. Gardner, C. H.,.Funk is having nine acres of last night. While in this city Miss in the bay., Everyone is Invited to BASEBALL AT. ' :: "
; I. Vacuum washer ,, at SW ,nd Ike Adams, went Tip to Jackson- his splendid hammock land cleared Garner is the guest of her friend, Miss join, the party' and have a' delightful LOUGHMAN, TOMORROW ( ''
o'clock every day for a,week. ';Be sure 1 .
rille Tuesday to attend .Lake Tickets
planting it in Valencia Mattie trip on Tohopekaliga. .1
and see it 20-lt I, preparatory Belie Harris. She: will. return ,
w < reunion.\ late oranges. home this afternoon. 25 cents each. Don't miss this most A* has been the custom for the past "

," '_' 0'Syd Pearce and DeWilton Aldermanare A meeting of the American Wom delightful opting. I lr . : two years, the large lumber concerns< fro
in the city from Bassenger this Will.Mason Tiller and Arthur Jar- R. D. triggers of this broughtto
I j t an's League is called for Wednesday I city NOTICE : of Loughman.. theEvergladeCypress -
; ,.. :w..k. evening, May 13th, 8 o'clock at the rell left Wednesday night for Gaines- this office this morning a fine sample Notice is hereby given that the city I company, of which J. Wade Tucker of 't
ville to attend commencement
member is exercises of oats which he raised on his lot I Kissimmee is. has organized)
House manager
.. Chapter Every urged tax books will close on May 18th. Extra r
E. S. Lowe from St. Louis, Mo., was of the state university. II
i __.c to be present, as business of Importance here. The sample is as fine as one cost of advertising will accrue aft a fart La&cb&U team. The opening
) among those who were calling in this will be transacted. would want to see and is well headed. of the Loughman season is booked for
1/' ", 'Kcity the early part of the week. Capt. R. G. Canova has moved his If anyone doubts that oats will grow er date mentioned.C. F TISON, tomorrow, Saturday, May 9th, at 8:30p. !

t1i '* T. E. Fletcher of Forsythe Ga.was The Ladies' Circle of Shingle Creek family to the concrete residence corner -I here this sample would convince even City T. C. m., at which game the fast Winter a
Mon- will be ready to build the cemetery of Broadway and Sproule avenge the most skeptical that all that is necessary Park club will be the attraction. This, d
the last J R. GILBERT
at By ,
v registered Graystone fence on Wednesday, the 13th of May. recently vacated by P. A. Vans Ag- I, is to BOW the seeds. 20-2t Deputy Collector will undoubtedly be a hotly contested* .. ''w

t I day. All interester please come. We will I game, as these clubs .are old rivals.. a
\l'+ The Civic League; will meet next have picnic dinner on the ground I A A. Abbott and family left yes- I I past honors having been verey evenly ,
f' A 'Tuesday, May 12th, at 3 p. m., at the MRS. E. J. VI ALL. The little vacuum washer is to your terday for Wayland Mich., to spend WILL OPEN OffiCEIN divided Kissimmee will send a crowd' -
Lr. House. clothes like the vacuum cleaner is to i. the summer. Before leaving Mr. Abbott of fans to root for her neighbor of ,
r' '! Chapter S. B. Wagoner has opened a piano your rugs. It does the work. See it stated that he would wind<< up his JACKSONVILLE i Polk county.
''ft!,' All who fail to Pay poll tax by tomorrow store in the Thurman building on demonstrated at 3 o'clock at the New '1 affairs in Michigan this summer and .
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'/ .. May 9th, will be barred from Broadway and has Oust opened up a York btire room 20-lt return early in the fall to become a 1 = - -- = "I'PROMOTED
voting in the primary June 2. nice line of pianos that will bear a permanent resident of Ki simmee. He VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORD'S
J close, peraohal inspection. If interested The many friends of P. A.:Vans Ag- has already purchased land here on GROWING; BUSINESS NECESSITATES -
'I W. Harding of St. Louis'was a busfnescvvisitor call and see. them. new will regret to learn that he has'' which he will plant a crove.H LARGER '
.here the early_part__of .1 decided to -.take up his residence in I FIELD. '
:7(1 ,the wiek.TUrs Rev. Chiiholm will preach at the. Jacksonville, where the firm rff Vans E. -Orlando Sentinel -" .
> Christian church Sunday morning on. Agnew & Crawford will open law offices force was a pleasant caller at the Val- The firm of Vans Agnew & Crawford -
+'; W. T. Crawford and children "The Power That Worketh in Us." He r ley Gazette office Monday. He has will open law offices in the city '
ri';. ,'of Ciro! Ga., are visiting relative! :. will preach at night on the subject, spent Sunday in St. Cloud and returned of Jacksonville next week and here- 'To the Highest Rank -Retail 4 ;.
;: ":(In this cityButtenck. "The Divine Measure of a Man' A Mr Thomas, who formerly conducted : here Monday expecting to after will maintain offices >jn both Kis- Dispensers i
welcome is extended! to all. a barber shop here; but recently a direct to Orlando, but a wreck on the simmee and ,Jacksonville: 1
;" patterns at half price- I I resident of Tampa, was here Mondayon Main line caused him to layover here P. A. Vans Agnew, senior memberof Because .
, i :,16c patterns, II 7V4c Lawson's.; lOc patterns, 5cJ tf. A. W. Winn has taken charge of the his way to Providence, R. I., for for a few hobrs and we had the }pleasure the firm, will be In charge of the
.if' "\On' F. Dann & Dann grocery and will con- his summer vacation.Mr. of a visit from him while he Jacksonville office and will permanently II Quality Is Dependable. v

\t, JJ- C. aryan of Marshallvtlle. Ga., duct the business for the present in Showder, who has been spend waited. reside in that city hereafter.W. OUR !' Prices are Reasonable, s
.i'11) the guest of his brothers, N. C. the absence of R D. Calkins, who has ing the winter in this part of the B. Crawford junior member of Stock Fresh and
\ < Bryan and F. C. Bryan, this week. retired to take charge of his restau state, left Monday for his home in Judge Parker received notice last the firm, will remain in Kissimmeein
*& rant. Philadelphia. He is a contractor and Sunday of the sudden death of Mrs. charge of the present offices of this I YOUR PLEASURE OUR ',

i' Miss M. C. Bryan will leave .for ,, builder and has had plenty of work P. H. Daley of Sumpter S. C. Mrs. firm.The One Cake Tin ,
C /JMarshallville: :; Ga., her old home, to Miss Ethel May Wilder left Wed- t'. here during his! stay. Daley with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. increasing business Of the | Salted Tea Flakes ________ Jttl
for Marion Ill. to visit rela-
spend the summer. nesday .i E. J. Dance, were residents of Kis- Southern Utilities company and other
'"' tives and friends. Will also visit in. J. B. Garrison and wife of Oklahoma simmee about fifteen years ago She large corporate interests necessitatedthe i Five Gallons w
I, Miss Emma Futch will go to Harhp- St. Louis and return via Kentucky and City came in yesterday morn- was then known as Miss Adel Danne, opening of law offices by this firm1 I I Kerosene 011 ______.:_..___
'; ton-Fla., to spend the summer with visit relatives at Glencoe before returning ing and are registered ta the Gray- and visited Judge Parker's family in Jacksonville, but there will be. no | One 'box Colgate's s .

, her parents. home. She will be absent all stone. They will spend several days quite often up to the time of her mar- change in the present arrangements ,1 Talcum Powder _______.. lip'J
The summer. here looking about the country, as he riage, a few years ago. of this firm further than the removal
: city tax books' will close May is hereon a business mission. of Mr. Vans Agnew to Jacksonville. One Pound "Rising Sun"

\\':. Avoid Pay up before that date ana WANTED buy about 400 feet lawn Fred E. berth of Louisville, Ky., a Coffee (Steel Cut) .......
"additional cost. 20-2t fencing 48 inches high. Give description Sunday ii the fourth Sunday *fter well known cattle merchant, spent a LAYMEN'S'MEETING.
and Address Box 7, Easter. Services will be follows I Pounds. Premier >
' price. as : few days'tn Kissimmee the first of the 1 ;
"' ';,: .)[lss Cleo Wooldridge will go to Narcoossee, Fta. 19-1t Sunday school, 9:80 a. m. Holy Com- week making engagements for future The laymen's meeting next Sunday' Breakfast Coffee ;____$ i' ,
Fla. to the summer afternoon at the Pastime theater will 'I
" Sa e' spend .. .. munion, 8 a. m. Morning and ocattle to the north and Five Pound Box k
-h prayer shipments
1 lyai n with relatives. === :; -'=-"'-= I be led by the Rev. L. E. Livermore.He 6'
\ sermon, a. m. Wednesdays. cattle Marshmallows
west, where represents large __ ,
't. ," " has been one of the most regular ----- -- a
:> "MrsJ, C. Ledbetter has toTampa Evening prayer, 7:30: p. m. Industrie
J. gone W. H. BALL. Rector. attendants and.most deeply interested PREFERRED STOCK TEA ,r rJ
where she will undergo a sur-
t3" \ SCHOOLBOY Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Squires of eons in these meetings and will COFFEE.
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I "-cical operation. O. B. Howae of Ocala spent a few St. Cloud were visitors in Rissinnnee ring out of his ripe Christian experience Ladies' MQ

1: ,, ,B2: 'F. Winston of Baltimore was. WANTED: days in the city this l week looking aft- Wednesday and paid this office a a message worthy of being. heard (Close Out.98c ti
at the his cattle interests the JU. 1m. call while hers Mr. Squires ,by a large congregation. He f is to go
.,:;; ,I'-among the guests registered ,er on pleasant : ; Men's Shoes and
and this will be Oxfords ?
, [,Graystone Tuesday.. FOR steady, summer, part mee range Mr Hows Is highly gratified is one of the leading business men,of the away la.time he will be heard probably here for (Close-Out).___._?__ 1 .
> "" with the outlook for the cattle the Wonder City and is helping to
+':,: P. HOlmes of Columbus Qa., easy wor Must industry and expect* to returnlater, build up his town in every way possi- several months. This }laymen's
t the early.part of the week in 'be bright, neatly dressed and and spend several weeks on the rang. He. 's doing a great work and U growing (Close Out)___..__._ C,,,
f 'dty. kSheriff1 III favor from week to week. A cordial
. )'I.I t under fourteen year of age. J, B. Bale and family left'Wednes- 'L.. H. Ingram went to LAke- invitation'I. extended to all the { r
Thev eutI1 washer saves many ;rK CiTe.references and mention day for Omaha, UL, having pent the land Wednesday: and captured Sig- men and boys in Kissimmee. T. .. ,
y" Ira cost in She wear of the dotb- winter at their borne ia this city. Mr. mnnd Keyaer,' a negro' wanted, here Are you a member of the Laymen's \

j' .: See it demonstrated. ,. 20-lt day 'and hour when parent Hal and family.ha... 'spent,the past for burgh brought him beck Christian Union of KlsaimmeeT If
y the St. Cloud Trib-: 'troll soma'with boy for Late,- eight winter ,In.KUataimee. ,."mod hesay and in"' JaiL Keyser bad not, why notT TAYLOR'S[
;. ( 't Colonel Vtteh of '-' that lie know ofno plaa.ln! : the just been released, after serving a six ;
; wa* in town Wednesday: morning. \- .rieV4-Good pay, Splendid United State except: ,. -that he months''sentence on tie eonnty road. NOTICE. -

:t |>Jaad paid thia.offlce. a, Pl I** u>t ti| call.) l' i i'S\Vri..tO Box 288..- ; ,.like,a* ,welU In fact he/My*' hecouldnt'weU gang,,and the' urns night i. .alleged Suites for rent-at 'half regular I ., , ,''.. '"';' 4., ,.' -- ..", .''f "3

''':;;; ;4ASmith'Darlington bas le.aed.the avenue, where bonding he at i* -Gazette, ;OfficeV. -' ": ..V1 1' :- .;now get andw.arst along; .without'II1D'e'-E1a-'Klesinunee to have.a-negro come- into resideoce-taking town'and targbuvUed ''somejewelry ., price ks.00-par during week* )the f 10"00 summerr JIft month.seeacn Ap _.._.._...-;-2S"_ ... _Q _. _k'____.__. .,. ". .,,- 'i

'I f 11 short order t; > J' -''".'_ !alnunee iteeda him and a. many otfcer and:other property which the ply' IIn."lohD C. ,Silby.CoTonado : ', awl
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DR.. Physician andSurl'eon Proceeaings pi I.'., .( .. Cesialy Judge $1sIs e| : I- / .
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Estate of Charles F. Prevatt Sr., Os- TMII ,
Phones ., 1 School eeol.County. fresh t i. % I. 'i-
Office, 197' KisslmmeeBe ;:The 13y, the judge, Sarah of said A-.countWhereas pr.vatt has applied I. Plant Growers! .

Be*.'248 ..Floridi to this on court'the estate for letters of-Charles of adminlstral4on F.- '' Delivered at,YOUR Door' .i ,. ..., .

.: 1.14. Prevatt. Sr., deceased late of said cpun- : I $1.25 per thousand
Fla. May S. of Osceola, EVERY DAY pay
ly ;
J. NIMI'8ON The board of public Instruction met These are, therefore. to.j.ltrt' and admonish Porto''Rici
D1t. In neaston. there being prawn for Nancy Hall and
regular -all'I and.a/ng444sM: the kindred
:, .. ; W Over
\V Osoi
said be :
and cred Itora.-of deceased to lOc -
1)E N 1'6sT. street and W .VV. Chandler: Alec W... J and appear before thin' court on or before Quart ii sweet potato- plant
,, *
Bears suf. >vrrntendent. the 4th liar of June, A. D. 1914. and ,
," Upstairs ID Kate flu lid lour Mlnut. of last jneotlnu wan read file objections, If any they have, to the *
r I'h V a. m. to 12 m. and approved.S. ranting of letters of administration on Phone 225-W "
_OFFICE_ HOURS:: & .1:30: to 11:30: p. m.Telephnneb'b7 I. Lupfer. Dtntty treasurer r,.. said estate, otherwise the same will be P. lUCSHANIBARGER ;
; Too '4. trr punch as lq\low. granted to said Sarah A. Prevatt., or to ,
City Man "To the Honorablo Board of Public Instructlon ..0'Vjthr\ : milt Sr.o: ort.n: judge of '
in and tor .' j ,
i TJR. W. W. CARSON 1 hc-r wlth I..nd..r'my report a* treasurpr May.. A. 1) 1914. I ,
of Usceola county tor the montl
(Seal\) F. y
A I) 19144.r i )
DENTIS9Office i 0)rApril.( 20-4' County Judde. II II I I Illl > Ull I- 1111111111111 1111111111nimi
,' .rr.l Mrhool 1 F..*. til I II I .
To balance from .last report__} 211.S< 1.4
. .
I !NOTICE: -- ----
Store Tn amount recolvt from loan.ClllEfns' -
Cole's Jewelry
over bank ....__ 1600.01 ii ii i lit 11 iiiii i nun 1111111111 n i in 11 in }
i .Ii) Office Hours: 8-12,1-5 Backs-Up ,1'u amount r..cltlv..d from .comp Notice Is hereby gIven that the regular ,
/ Office 1 II fig troller. January report _:- .96( June teachers' examination will beheld
.. Residence phone 23 I To.amobnf collector received from tax Florida at-the, beginning court house'KIssLmmee.June 2, : Cow Peas! Cow Peas'! Cow Peas! j e, .j.,
'c Gas administered for extraction of Taxes. -._ 12.0S7.T1 1914. at 9 o'clock a. m. All applicants ')
q teethe I /011..11111 l _ sa.OI will provide themselves with legal cap Clays __ -h_____ ___T$3.DOperbxiihel ?.
I rolls, 1913 .__ In.Oo the 11.00 examination I
Ink and
t H, S. GEIGER ? paper pens fen. The examination: will Irons ____.:LL::: _7.t------------------ 3.25 per bushel , '

DR. PHYSICIAN AND .0000IDO. When it conies to buying a piece of: I Hat__SI 3.921.07& bexln promptly at 9 a. m.PEARS Unknowns ________________________ 32.5 per bushel ;
i f 1 By paid warrant. a* per 12,341.21By W J. j
Citizens Bank Cuildlnc property that has been sadly neglect 20-4t Superintendent.nOT Whippoorwill ______________________ 3.00 per bushel
t I" Florida balance. ._ _______...$ 1878.71
t w Klssimmee, ed. To my personal' knowledge then N.s>-*..._l DUtrtrt N.. 1. >l4-K OK "1..1.."'rut 1\1 ion Mixed Peas ___,,------------------- 2.85 per bushel

I Phone': Office 2$17$ or 64 are numerous valuable properties To balance amount from received last from reportS tax 1.604.64To ('IIAII'I'I<:R. Velvet Beans --L-__________________ 3.00 per bushel x'14

265. 14lyirr collector taxes _____ ____ 10S.2I Notlre Is hereby trlvrn that the undersigned '
Residence. We freight all orders for bushel t above prices
I close to Klssimmee which the owners, will apply to' the Judge of pay on one or more ,

; f :I For various reasons, would like to sell, By paM warrant as per llet116.11. I1.6U.71: : the ,circuit state of court.Florida.seventh In and judicial for circuit Osreola -- WANTED IN LARGE quantities we will promptly mail samples v !

M. RIVERS, M. D. county, on Monday the second and quotations. 1'1'IF
J that have not been favorably considered By"balance ___11,497.84 day of June 1914 for the Incorporationof A. '
s.b-sea..t .. a. an association to be known as "The
1 t PHYSICIAN and SURGEON simply] became they had been so To balance from ut.triee"i' ____I 6'.B6( Frances Willard Union" of Klssimmee KILGORE SEED COMPANY :
Osoeola Pharmacy To amount received from tax Florida. :1
i Office over much neglected] that the prosp ctlv4; collector taxes __. _n.u_. 63.4(& The object of such corporation not 17-4t Plat .at Florida. s '
I Residence 53PHONES for profit will be to: uphold and advance ..

: }offloe M8 buyer has become discomfited upon By balance __. ... ._______-.JUS.SI the c."J'r: temperance: :..ln state thiscommunity
a.k-M -hl DUtrirt N*. S. '
1 considering the amount of work entailed To balance from last rvport...1101.2! of Florida to Inculcate the principles "' y
. t.; To amount received from tax I at total abstinence from all intoxlcat-. ,
L. WINNPHYSICIAN in making the place present collector taxes . . ._. ._ . S5J 01 InK liquors, and to advocate prohibition.
W ,. The proposed charter Is now"on
,. !
rile! with thclerk, of hald court.
1767 t3
a' able. Fly paid warrants as per Ilst30.00 MRS.MRS.MARION MARY fc. AUL.TMAN.MIL.L.KR. BASS & .BASS :

Office 2nd Floor Willson Building. MRS. ANNIE M'PHATTER,
It', By balance nu__ -__ '_-- $-37.23 .
RSWMMCS Pros. .N Kiaamnis, 8.k-rh_l Dtvtrtr N.. 4. MRS IDA U PFANN.

i' ra Orrtos Prows 97 rtnafu 1 am aware of the fact that very To balance from. last reDUrt8 !I>84 72 MRS K8TELJ-.E.. May1st.MORROWKiasimmee.'Fla. 1914. ,
To amount received from tax MEAT ==
have been allowedo collector taxes . _. V-- 5S6 47 0 i K KRIBBS. Attorney. l -4t MARKET
1 P. .. .A.. ... w. s".CIIA wroa nany properties :

i'i AGNEW CRAWFORD fall into a condition of disrepute paid warrant a H per list. 11.560.19By 14000s.haeYNi ( NOTICE TO CREI>ITOR8. \1'

VANS* for no other reason than that the own-_ By balance. \ . _11 410 1S 1 I'" COl'HT OF THE' COUNTY JUDGBV Florida and Western Meats ;
r ATI CRNEY en live tar: away have been sick and To balance from last DI.t_",port.N.. a. $::16 12 \m\ .re .;.STATE.... *f OK I. RH FLORID".r..,. Oae*.lsi i : '

Offlee R'-43.1 Cltlitoi'lUnk RnlldUcKUaimmee unable keep with the requirements To amount received from tax collector <,...ty. of all Kinds = at all TimesALSO \
Florida to. up taxes . 6111 To all Creditors, Legatees. Distributees
!: and all Persons having Claims or Demands '
w i or are somewhat disinterested $91 23 against said Estate: Iu
WHrrmitH lint. 45011! > You and each of you. are hereby no-
of their interests' in other Ity pHltl a.M per
Y -TT D. GEIGER. >cause :inert and required to present anyaaime --
n I balance >S! ..3N.h'1ebNl and demands. which you or
__ ines of endeavor. > lther of may have against thestate ,
;' ; .m. A1'T RNEY-AT-LAW ._ j jI 1",1&nl'"ronla"t IMMrl report.-t, 10. '4tru I 1.1To .> 'of'R. Horror,-4._....1. Late.of Fresh Poultry and Eggs y
jI I amount j-eoelved from lax "01.Io..tur. sceola: county. Florida, to the undertlKned -
Bank BuildingKJusimmee. I taxes II 42Sl6.20 administrator of said estate.
. Office State Mlthln one. year from the date hereof. Fresh HomeCured Meats .
Florida Dated . ,-A. D. 1914.
{ .r LGOO. Newcomer to Florida and the rusfi 111 palot WH.ranI"r list151)0 .bruarrl.2.'U. BRIOAKEf.I' wr
Pure Home Made Lard
I F. PARKER. is just commencing, are going to locate By balance- ; - -"I20 04444400044404440I
I. l.fJI'F"lt. 'a
where there is the greatest indication County TreasurerVarfautM +I OI
IJvI Attorney-at-Law. +I THEIR MONEY'S'WORTII. 4
44 117
of thrift and delight in Telephone Broadway
a \ In the sum of "2.78760 +
Collections and Conveyancing .
Specialties making surroundings agreeable.Moss were lulls cancelled were approved In open session.and warrants > > + 4.40 + 0 + 4440'000 +

s saved as follows s
112% Broadway. IV. J (Hears! salary as auptrln- American sufTraglsts, who contributed -
. . __ __. .____
tendent __ $11600 $20,000( more or ]less, to help
leo.. W. Overstreet. M B. P. f__ 4.00
/l! F. KRIBBS 2U.OO ]Mrs. I'ankhursl tn her militant campaign -
) \IV. \\ (Chandler M. B. P. I--
t grown trees and trees. badlyn J. R Smith. janitor, school No.1 40.OO Jihould be interested to know u

I ATTORNBY: AT LAW KISSIMMEC, FLA. N. L Lupfer. commission... as_ how the money is being spent.
.. __ 130.34'I.
need of pruning are a eye- treasurer dU'U" 24 militant suffragettes
January ,
Examination of Title a Specialy. lore. The more js the pity that there chool M. Khans.No.1 _salary_ _-_-__ . -_.__ 200.00 destroyed with a bomb the conservatory Early Fruit
\ Notification'and payment of taxes ofnonresidents rttM Almlna Leitner.. salary of the Glasgow botanic gardens;
should be such conditions when every teachere. school No. 1-- 86.00
careful burned Aberruchill
given Hiss Clara Ledbetter. salary, February 4, they
'. attention. newcomer observes that the trees teacher, school No 1-_________ 70.00 castle: near Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland

r" want to bear fruit in spite of their Miss, school Ways Short No. 1.n salary___ _teacher ______ ,TO-00 the "House of Rose" in the same
Tat onston G. P. Garrett }U.. Albina Smith salary, teacher neighborhood, and Saint Fillian's, a Good Returns r :
& aAKRETTJ nany hindrance The same observa- school No. 1_______u___. HS.OO line mansion, owned by the husbandof
tttss Frances Langston. salary, of the Edinburgh
JOHNSTON ".)'. at Law tion applies to fields that want. to be Miss teacher Cleo, school Wooldrldge.No. 1____salary______ (1.00 tntl-suffrage a vice-president league; February 7, they .

1 Of fleet 10, 11.& 12I ultivated: but are not. teacher school Mo.. 1__________ 65.00 Mimed to the ground Hazelbank -
)(1..-Marjorie -Anderson, salary House fine mansion near Inverness, Apply mm IDEAL brad EARLY aid supply the deaaad for early fruit :
Bank a .
CitUeni Bide.
,; 7Klulmmae teacher. school Ne. 1..._____:_ (&.00 ..
Florida. Miss Harriet, Wlloox, salaryi Scotland; February 12, they burned
teacher, so howl No.' 1._....-....__ 11.00<> the Carnegie library at Northfield, IDEAL FERTILIZERS produce fruit with .hi. little
I peel delighted
the Miss Justin Safford salary. Worcestershire, and placed a bomb on rags
''.A LtaCouna.llar. a. ..'.... T. floor JudnofthsVlsrida irsatow Remember that preconceiveddea teacher. Louise, school vThomason No. 12:.,..salarytteawcher .___--, 45.00Hla. a window sill of the residence of Ar- avers and rood. shippiag ,aalitiea.. .. .. ';
a t R. H.Comm. Crinlosl Court "northerner is that school No. !.._._.:1._ '5.00Mra. thur Chamberlain, near Birmingham; .
u ; MASSEY & WARLOWATXORNGVS every or- .. May scbool Clayton No. 1--------------salary teacher 8&.00 February 18, a militant suffragette, SOd for our Free dims Book, entitled "Effect of Summer Iertili hag."'
beautiful and armed with whip savagely attack-
ange groves are always Mae M C. Bryan .salary teacher i a ,
AND COUNSCLLOS school N',. L.._._ .__ _.___ 66.00'' ed Baron WeardalV, an elderly peer.
>: theleart's
that farm tends satisfying to
A'r, LAw ,' are Mlas, school Clara Btutc.No. I-------------.salary teacher 6600 and one of the joint-presidents of the It gives descriptions of formula to be used and suggestion forWilson
desire.I National League for Opposing Woman e iI
PrMtio in all the Courts of the II..... and of Minn Medora Ilutiaell. salary. appl"llt-
S ts*>Un 'ss Eaten .U. "b.l.r. tbs t'lorlda Bail- teacher, school No. t. . __. -- 60.00 Suffrage, and striking him from "aj
8 ....... latontate c ttamaaOomrlrbs. Emma Towell. salary.teacher waiting for hit y
cad 0--1. and the :Sflun behind,* as 0 he was
,} school No. I---- ____ __ 75.0(1( '
train at a London railway station,
li''' 11-eateaa.aarorR/oo 1 ORLANDO.H4 1 ALA I Miss teacher. l.Vrella school Oversrteet.l No.1.. salary.. . 50 00( felled him to the ground; February 6c Toonter Fertilizer Co.
yc I am in the business of building up Babbitt. salary of
: / Miss Myrtle 26, an arson squad; suffragettes
t."b..r. school No. 1. ._ __ __ __ 65 00
q NDKCVX JOHNSON un-down; properties; of converting Miss Emma Putch. salary teacher burned to the ground the historic Jacksonville Florida
.1\. school N.>. 1----- ? -----------r 66.00 church of Whitekirk, near Dunbar,, ,
t' I'irein lands into remunerative conditions !MIsH Cora 1* Maine, .....Iary.t..a"h'r. Scotland--a church which was" erect-

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT L w '!, and of telling hundreds of m>' _school No_ 16. 9 L 180.00 ed in the thirteenth century, and contained ; Local Agents: Waters & Carson Grocery Co. ;

ai .. Will Practice in all Court Prof.No." f.!1 N. Carnes.:: ',;.. ri.t.; ii- many priceless relics; March 1. O' _
e' State and Federal Canadian friends where there are such er, school No. 16. 8. D. No. 1 1140 fCMrs. | they exploded bomb in the Churchof

di 1 Office adjoining Broadway Uarua Lee salary St. John the Evangelist Westminister -
labitations. No 16. S. D. No. 1____ _ MO.OC ,
Citizens: Bank KinntrameTjv half hour after the
!Mrs. UurawJMwood. salary, teacher an congrega-
W school No. 16. B L>. No. 1. 110.00 tion had left after'the evening serv-
iJ :Miss Jean Thomas, salary teacher ice March 10, May Richardson, a no.
__ ; :
-JENKINS school No. 16. S I>. No L 110.0)
.. lltaa FUtda ,DoOUttl.--ashes', torioug-militant, 1Jf and hacked witha
- Ttel me'give you an estimate o rtlte teacher, school No. 1 i S. u hatchet the famous Velasquez picture -
,. _i No.1 -____- -_.._ ._u" 110.04tiles the "Rokeby Venus" in the National -
oat of converting JUr property into Iris Oliver salary tea..h..r."Chool
Fraternity HaIr Klsilmmee, Fie y No. id. N. n. No. 1------ HO 00 Gallery which was purchasedin }
} jomething presentable. I won't charge Miss L.llllan pal, salary teacher.. 1906 at a cost of $225,000 and givento -Tourist T rains 4
chool No. 16. 8, U. No. I------ 11 0.00 the nation-In consequence of which

DR. A. J. HICKS ,, )>-ou for inspection or for plans for !Miss'teacher Vera, school Harfrrove.No. 1--------salary, 4000 outrage most of the national galleriesand -

Physician mprovement. I have the equipment Miss' Ruby Bass salary, teacher. palaces devoted to art collection ; ;
;I and Surgeon ." school No. 7. 5i.1)i No. 6------- 50.00 have been closed to visitors; March 11, ,- ,
f and the staff of expert help necessary Pearl. Johnson salary destroyedall
Office Phone No 16 _.____--_ ____..__ J0.0 a suffragette arson squad, .
|rM Bank Bid. Office 41-Res. 40 to: complete anything I. undertake bj Mellta Johnson salary, teacher the buildings belonging to the town NORTH AND NORTHWEST .
school No. 40. 8. D.: No t.- SS 00 corporation at Bulcote near Notting-
time the calls for it to b e
the contract < Mrs. Rhoda I school No. 21 ___ __ 40.0 ham; March 12, militants a I
u u '
O'O'OOOOGOOoOtooo..ooobo.. lone. IA A. Young, salary. teacher. large unoccupied mansion belongingto "Dixie Flyer" "Seminole Limited?'
.' school No. IS 'u_ .-.- . --. . S6.0C the Free Church of Scotland at

Dann &: Dann.i Valley Atlas Oacette.Oil Co. school supplies edltlon.509.01 school Stewarton Ayrshire;. March 16, suffragists "South Atlantic '' ,'

No. 1 ______u___________.__ 10.00 permanently marred the famous Limited" > '
Robt. Pada-ett.. hauling; pupils. Burne-Jones window in Birmingham '
Company &. S. 0, No. S__ ___, 25.0 .
Grocery 1 am reconstructing five different Klsslnrmee school No.W. At: U !Uuhts- cathedral by painting "Votes Montgomery Route" rj

properties at the'present time and can and water.' school f.1"f. ----- un for women" across It; March 16, a
cy a -101 Broadway Samuel Tallow, janitor, school militant attempted to horsewhip Dr. '
ook after five times that many.It No. 18.,8. D. No. 1-------------, M.0 James Davon, royal prison commissioner ; VIAAtlantic ---
Miss Almlna 8mlth. error In salary -
'A __ at Glasgow, but after striking IMk'ti-
as teacher u.n. SO.04 ,
Operates the Cleanest Store Cltlsens' bank Interest on. warrants several blows was knocked down by
Nos. 1642-1827, SO days_ 10.00D ( him March 17 suffragettes threw suffrage .
Groceries ,
and Sella the .iK. Proper, services, school No ;
wM 11 _ .- 4.00 pamphlets at thw'tfng-and. queen Coast Line
of;Any House in Kj..i rnee. doesn't matter whether yours R.No. Wltt Brown, services school at a music hall performance in Lon- :

i'/ ...Q. .. . ; .).... . . .*. big or little, pine or hammock grover J Rar4wate Co., -suppll.:- ,j.' 11.00O."eola don in aid of a hospital, and tried to r. A

school N. It. 8. D. No. ._..._ 91.n address; tbera, but were escorted out ,
u, /A The relation of the church to rural field, good or bad( I can make. it Osceols Hardware Co.. supplies of the theater by the police; on-the

1' 1 life-1 is now being discussed In the better than it is and the coat will) be school There being No-J -no..-further-' -u.nesslb--.- 61.3, same day, a militant, dressed in man' Standard Railroad of the South
.. .. r.yulairneetlnsT. clothing, and carrying a dog whip secreted : l
+ newspaper and magazines1 of the entire with what the board i adjourned .UI next"
4 country. Some would have the lothing compared W. C. BAH* In her sleeve was arrested in : F7

Si church( become\ sort of an agricultural, property will' fee worth. after I have Attest.: P. SEAJtS.: Chairman.W the lobby of the House at Common., PuIhDan Can> Jacksonville to Chicaao. St. : rt '

f'wtitution and-the center of the so- put it into shapes < Superintendent.. and, admitted that she wall waitingfor : 'c mati. L4majiQ a Indianapolia, aevdars er.:RpIa I
chance to "gtye Premier Asquitn >
.cia lifa as-well. It is well for-the a! ..
S. preacher" to understand, agriculture Mr*. Emil: P. Billhoi. author of) ,i> 'Hornfs.Secretary ptcKenna a good ,I. and mt ermsx ate pointa. ,
the social "Sf/vent Years Young MIL. this lit- thrashingThUHst," '
) to be efrectire in shaping / '
t;+ Ufa"of community, bat those are Ile.story to lllu trmt.*.th fact' that" 11 {1i not. exhaustive, but it J blfING!) AND OBSERVATION CARS 4.: .

:(tot'bI. first duties. Hia business Is .18.I U easy todO. as to do; .hows that the\ American Buffragista.who' .
ri not to teach,the people to make a UT- Better ..k m. about it now, J.*t A Uttl-rirr. broth.,.. Mt a trap to ''contributed" to. Mrs 'Pankhurst's Foe tucke M.+u ci infonnaticm call on Atlantic Co..tai

i Inc ..r'.'establish octal-standard rrite. torr a: catch birds Th little girl knew thai cause> are'getting airahtpla'money'slroJtbrrQmpsfibuner Line TICket Aeor': I
.for the. entertainment ,ot the young It wa*.irtonr.vcruel..against the laws : ; < '. .-"tt: ;;: . )

1 ....' people, but to inspire the people with .. ttf kti. the Importance of. their duty toward ; r " " ,;..:,She, wept";at, CU; sv h imottvtr }. ; Dir.PaMenc.srA.TentFLA. {

God toward1' their' fef"wl men and ,Al t noticed that alts. .caia ch. r.fU -. TAMP. A, I -

t(?.4 themaelves.InTnodern phraseology," a F' ,1?I. W fu1'. aYa11f, .!, 'l td- ..! e'f"; ;;aakedtb1auaa : i .'t.an4 tbt we I 1111.intr.rV.' .. liiI e J. -". .-- .__ -.,.
read this: \ :> .- .
they wpoJd i'"iJ; l
... D.vl.per of MedaelFirlsu '( 'ter?
Modern ngW
..To- *& *.-:-Codas, the eoursa of T fie I

? rL rorerythThf that is do hi* level I...' h< "I' .. ..: '--' .. ...,It;su-1.I: t\\ th.:tjp.sluldthot71te1 + PwAl" p F

.. rifht. _.ery.L wrong. In the jconvTOSMK" : 4$ 10".. \'JIo- r-., .. t.T\T':: da. ,a .i p s v rid"tf'Qr g ,. t+ , ,

: 1b4 to tats of ourselves. the ,, !... ....... ,"( ". "'1 ':-f"' """) at. aj. 10'
f>tie : ''. ;,_'"Dlelr I, ,hiQl.d"tpg olraptlf j The
Vi ..jmaust .moral.'. 4 cinjeHeetnal Fet7.o': fi' J'.pp4 '
I' ,Jt08.I. .. .Homestead feiterp! 4 t ; ,"" ". ,"" t6,njeceji. 't',.L,, -* .<"""' ... kA *

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C A, CARSON. e7. A. CW FORD. a. U LUPFKB.Freldenti .' EIGHTY ,
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Rough and Dressed e. '. .

PINE LUMBER Of Swamp and zing .



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. . i , NOT ONLY

A. CARSON, President N. C. BRYAN. Secretary r

the Washington United States D.C.there May are : Body : '
The Waters & Carson i
mately 80,000,000 acres of >
overflowed lands that are not j

general unproductive welfare but and a hindrance a menace I 1 ,
Grocery Company public health. Three-fourths t
acreage ia located in the '
States. Practically all of this a -
L, H.Ya.T held in private ownership, and
necessary to have the consent l
Wholesale and Retail Dealer la 'e operation of the owners in '
inaugurate a complete .

GROCERIES drainage clamation and of these reclamation swamp and '

flowed lands will be of great 'ii
to the owners, to the state in
the land is situated, and also

. 0 0 00000 . . . ..... .. ... . .... federal government because of
provement in the public- health :
WE SELL: 0 WE EUY: 4 construction of public ( FLORIDA .
, the increase in the agricultural
HAY ducts of the country, and ...
0 HIDES, will react in the interest of the .1
GRAIN, O 4 commercial life of the South :
FURS ,.. nation.
FERTILIZERS 4 > .00> + . . . . .
4 WOOL 1 The Southern Commercial
SHINGLES, 0j has inaugurated a plan for the RISE : 1"
j 0 0 0 mation of these non-productive .SOUTHERN FARMS ,
ORANGE BOXES, AND and an educational campaign 0
0 0 4 4 forth to the people of the > .. . . . .. .. .
ORANGE WRAPS, O ALL States, aa well as to the
0 0 these lands, the economic Stock Yards Ill., May 1. '14. ,
VEGETABLE CRATES, 0 COUNTRY their reclamation by making' I : : The Valley Gazette, .1
lands fit for agriculture.A Kissimmee. Fla
1 II .
CRATE NAILS, 0 0 PRODUCE. commission has been Sir: The great interest being f'
-' Oi by the Southern Commercial by the southern cotton,and .
0. . . . 00.0..0 000000+. . ...... gress; under the--chairm nah p planters and owners of cut. . e ns- _
Joseph Hyde Pratt; to : In"TTv'e""itooiniWafes' lTr-sr
standardize the drainage laws ly short time a prosperity {
- We sell, field and garden seeds of all kind. several southern states, and farm and farmer that 1* '
'; We gfve special attention to fitting oat hunting and camping parties). ate a simple and direct in the better live stock "
I. .. Free delivery In city limits. Phone No. 12. procedure applicable as far as of the United State, where :J
li I We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask tu fir' eirejdara .... to all the states, and the effort up to f 200 per acre or bet '
prieee on fertilisers.I to have the program adopted >> .
. legislatures of the several states.The difficulty of getting a bail of '

I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I H H I I I I Southern Commercial of cattle has been given a ,
has petitioned congress, the of attention by ,government
official and come of the I
published as Senate
r I
representative have become
, 734, urging the importance of '
the federal that Congressman Brous-
plete ment survey of all swamp by and proposition of opening the. 'f.

f FOR SALE lands in the United States, port to the importation of
,, pealing to the government to 1 cattle particularly young heif
cow, will a for
out a plan for draining each open war
of the broad available
; for
'' acre
project as a part of a I
tem. In the petition the to be stocked at a price
that will make return
ernment is also urged to 1Ts1"a Hg
the plan an examination of the I enable owner to build up ,
: the swamps, showing its value i i herds for the future. Texas -
taken advantage of this
v 440 acres of good land about two miles from city limits, will make an agricultural standpoint having been favored with

splendid colonization proposition, and can be had cheap and on easy able adaptabijity for the growth of for several year Texas

terms. It will pay you to investigate this property. crops. from Old Mexico in the
Unless the drainage problem
of October, November and De
1 tt : states is solved they will not II' 1913; ancl.r.naary; 211,-.

10-Acre. Farm. \ maximum of agricultural and of cattle, the volume moving,
i ., a. cial development that is increasing.a* shown by the
them. The question involves by .months: .4
. Ten acres three miles from center of town, small house and over ervation of our forests, the I ....,...... ssa59 1". r
half cleared; nearly all fenced;; good well; only $650.( Terms if de : of the erosion and flooding of : e.-, ..i62,687. :; : ." ,
and the control of vast water .
-e.-68810 ,
sired. ; ...... ;: t
to waste. The
now going .' 86,531
of our forests strikes at the 10,000 head- put on- 01
Suburban Farm and City Home Combined. the timber and lumber industry. I' in Texas below the quarantine -
erosion of soils the
105,000 head i
put on grass at
of the land,,rendering vast int. above the quarantine line
l Five acres of excellent land and eight large lots adjoining the for cultivation; the flooding of being converted to

five acres,'front east.on Rolfe street; beautiful view of town and lake; areas renders this vast asset I The balance was slaugther-
unproductive; and due to lack would it to had
a delightful place to grow a fine grove and engage in poultry business. trol, millions of horse-power I been mean us
for this
: of and enjoying freedom life. open move-
having advantage town yet of country ing to waste these cattle been subject to
t Large barn, chicken house and small house. Only $1,750. Easy terms. 1
| | As an evidence of the there for our use? If Texas
I statesmanlike work of the I this, cannot the people of Lou-
" Five-acre Suburban Home. Commercial Congress, the Mississippi, Alabama and Flor- "
.tt officers of the organization the same opportunity These !li
four planks to the resolution I foreign cattle may not last long ;.
Several five-acre farms in Pmedale. the ideal location for a com mittee of the National que.tion'should be looked into '

fortable home close to town high ground pretty location good orange party In the convention at Your congressman can give '" 'f'

and trucking land. Price from $250 to $375 for each five-acre farm. The four planks are directly details and will gladly do so ,:
to the whole subject of the uest :1
T ; Can pay for ton most easy terms to suit your pocketbook. and this tural development of 'the NEWS.BUREAU.. ;:
{. property will grow fast in value. It is owned by an Illinois man who states and, therefore, vitally Per H. L. WYATT.

will give plenty of time to pay for it, and it is indeed worth considering. to the whole question of ) Manager. '1
Two of these planks, referring :
ricultural education
Plenty fine stock farms groves and city property. Write.for what ing in agriculture, and the I LETTERS: ; .

\ [ you want and we will get it for you. tion of rural organization and a !
. ments in European countries ,
hope of the adaptation of a ::1
P meet the needs of rural America
written verbatim into the I I HlBBlmmee... lUt for Fla.the May two 4. 1911 weeks 'y,
; NELSON REALTY CO. the now dominant parties in [ I I Max IS.. 1(14: '
ional life.Planks : .
were submitted also, I J A. LIllie .
i .
the Democratic to the I MI. Alma Pave. Harry B ;
ing party
Miss Alma Power*. Mr*. C. A.
tion of federal control of the J. C Preton. Day, l,
ippi River and the I Mack Royal. K U ''
: :c: plans for the drainage of 'I Mrs...., Roberson.LI..I. Mr ".

overflowed lands with respect ) M J. Rush. Mrs J R. ..
survey and the supervision of ifiarnest; Smith. Mrs. "'j
Mr. Harah. Daphnex.Trac tea
of construction I Jet Mrs. Emma. :;,
Mill ; I III l > ..
Recently, in consultation | James Warren. Jobs .
I .
I Mr.
Watson. AarneaWalker.
President Wilson Managing
: Eacla U W. 1
Owens, of the Congress, was II, I B U. 8CMP8ONPOstmasetr' ,
$ $ $ $ $ ized by the president to say 1 f t
his that with< the :
was hope
I verses are not often at ,,:
RARE CHANCE IN SUBURBAN HOME ment of the present session I I '
r f in the hall of congress,which ,
' A* other interest prevent my Irving there. I offer for tale my gress all 'questions that would might be I I I te. More often a few lines r,!.,
garded as partisan and are, of course, the if.;
place on Fish Lake four and a half miles from Kiuimmee and equi- and with the opening of the I
I for that. The other desRe re- ''i
_tot from St Cloud. congress his administration ".' Humphreys of Mississippi \',
? TO property comprises over 20 acre of good: land and has turn its attention exclusively I IJrl"e.t some line. which )(e attributed f

' ;' 660 feet on the lake front. Excellent fiahinl.I' constructive rrogram"- of Bede, a former member from },
interest all
mon to I
f The land i i. half fruit and balance muck. Ha/ house almost United States, regardless of I IpoIltlc.1 'I I and which are well worth I (
had .
i I', Mr. Humphrey said he 1.
;'. ., new story and a half. 30x30 ft Ha. water In the house two wells, affiliation.A I believed that Mr. Bede- had hia J;

';: (ono of'these; U flowing) of fine artesian water good out-buildings, ( .. ) constituents in mind '
\ 'fi. f buns and chicken runs. mother took her I he told the house the hard lock -- b''

::4" County road and A. C. L, Railroad run through south end of lot son luncheon to a outside restaurant of the for his I the man

with ..tatioa"adjoininlo.'TeJeMae serviee'with Kistimmee and St, home. He behaved with I I ** Mora went dead. and hi. nail. -.

'k .Cloud. Title to property; perfect. Price very reasonable and term priety and watched the loot' line hU cow |1ft a poker gsmi''' _

' : pea if desired. Apply to J. W. Pre: ) s. Box 196.JOssumnee, Fla.97tfy service finger bowls with teen were interest.placed on the !I cyclone I... ,the came houee'en.a where' day)1Ye4. -'

yiy;!yl i!Ii l1i lli!Ii !tJi,9i;'!tJt i ;;9'i! YIi': YIYI !lit tl1! Yi'Ii! !lJe 111 lit; yta he the noticed plate at the the square. ride of.white the I :)don.'earthquakecame. : ,, when" that,I ,.I
? '. .. ... exclaimed y .. ,
..; "Oh-moth lobkyftt.,the: ,- atood onjJ ** j- ", '
collector 1M eUM-'reu
tax *
}:'1J.Let .the ValleyyGatette.daYourn'Prin' m H rpbar'.eM.pzz1ne'. 'he brought .........king. .up. with. the.. hole. 'to "Jtt. .t'.t'1
H *! '* ""-.I J.
.. .:I, I s I filter and sjft all the poison* from pre fOUo I '
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I : I 41"Kissimmee
_ oJ STOMACH able,*there Than It.l. .lit Florida, heaid. I: M nun MI i MM 1111 IMII i minium ii 11111 M ii ii I

OYSTER ANDCLAMOIClUNG . There ar. many: factors that EXPERT r
SUFFERERS operate to make it so. The labor is AID', :' :

- cheaper,' it i* not neces,8ary"to' use Furniture "Co/ jj
I' any fertilizer; Irrlga lon' .1. unnecessary <

Iff :YU Wish To Obtain 'Comll'oh I and the prices are higher Or i' '' i

and P.rmanont RoeultsTry j anges dollars a FOROSCEOLA Under. Entirely New- Management ..
l thousand a short' time beforehe/ left ..
Mayr'M Wonderful Stomach Remedy 1 Tajnpico47he said. Speaking: of the ..

On* Dose Will Convince YouR I! unsettled political' condition in that .
ky country,' Mr. McDonald said: "The Furniture .

FLA. American flag was absolutely no goodin .
I ; Tampico when I left. We all came .a fARMERSi I Household Furniture from Kitchen to Attic, a, full and complete \ '

: out under the German flag. The American line. '
; Stop ;|I flag was not respected." 'Y.'
I i Asked if he was forced to leave or I

;; Some Interesting Facts and ,1 if he uneasiness left! merely and because unrest of., tKc Mr. general Mc-- Demonstration Agent To Baby Carriages j

Donald continued: I

I i! "We were practically forced to Be I II A splendid Line of Handsome Baby Carriages and Co-Carts. .
FiguresI .
leave. That is to say, theAmerican i Let us show them to "
consul, Clarence Mille, ufged \us to you. 4
I "Iet out, thinking it would be dangerous I
FARMS ESTABI.ISHEIJ ALONG expect my place to l;e raided and TO ASSIST IN THE ." .
)d 7r Vrndrrful Hlomvh remedy i. iImown rll of value stolen and the I ,
I '
throughout the country. Man> thousand COAST OK THE STATE.Talluhassee PAYMENT:. OF Iver Johnson ..Bicycles'with coaster brake "
building burned, said Mr. McDonald at a bargain.
taken for Slomm Ii. Liver and i I { ,
r=: "in r"i : It. : : sALARS'-'
i rather ruefully. "I left the place in ..
repulesand "a I J
Fla., May a.-
charge of peons, but there will In- no .,
even Aatomalunf from one benrlila. dose are auflererm. heard everywhere|i vc received. and |I' department or date commission IK protection for it, I fear." -Orlando I The matter of employment of a "
explain its tremendous alr. It rarely e.ver j,icrcutcd l hy the 'lotcixlatui-e, quite nut1i ( Sentinel. practical (demonstration agent to eon- Kissimmee Furniture Co. (
fail and thouc afflicted with .....m..h.. I.Is.rI i i i urully' and very ,properly the people -- ---- hull'with the farmers of O..ceola coun- '
I and. Intmllnal Allmmt...d lat..lo., indtfeallon nl.rln.m.. ran Int1 wnn' to know and have a right to I ty and advise them us to the best 310 Broadway E. O. Garland Mgr. ,o,

favlntlnc. ......11., Polio Attack. .. TonilfiEJvor know what progress that department I crops to plant how to prepare the I __
J'o..U..oa.. etc, vlinitU] tiy all mrana en roinminsion IK making: to accomplish ,- :BIRD CENSUSTO soil, the kind and quality of fertilizers -
try this remedy.. '1 he..ta enefitft,'.. >l<>mti< h Miffrt the ends for which it was ere- to use and various other importantmutters 11111111 11111111111 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIII 1 11111111I I
tin J>ho have taken M Wondrrtul Womrll -
Itonnedr have received i* in rn.>Mt (&MBlaaling ated. If created for revenue and coneiVMtioii i pertaining: to that position, j :
a .ne. After you have'Uken tlna 's then a published statementof which was suggested l by the board of

t annulate Remedy your you should food enable t h. able he lo lir.irt difttM. to and,pump an- the revenue derived and the inter- BE TAKENBYUNCLESAM trade attar meeting on Monday nightof t I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I M I I I I I I I I I H I I I I I I I I I I I II I I | I I ri i
pare. red Mood 'o every part nf the both| fit ('St IK. conservedhould lie given thepublic. last week seems to have struck a.I .
6rmnen and strength to ftbr< and inuwle.luatre I
ins responsive chord with our county
,lo and the: sparkle complexion to the'and eye.aitmly tlclrneM 1 and brilliancy anicolor ,1 1'hN'Florida legislature of 1913: enacted commissioners. H. C. Stanford representing Reference: Swcdtiboro National Bank.:, Swedeiloro, N..1.WiLLIAM J :(.

tn the hra.... Ito away -.tlh, your |Iwo I the present' ,?lull lisp law with the hoard of trade, went before I .
C and suffering, and thin i i. c.flen' |,o.nlilr wither the primary' object of encoui-ajfinjr, the county commissioners this
: ...n one dn.e of May,'. Monderflll ht.m.cht and I RODE
_niMly frrfprratins Jilerature und booklet I protecting{:, reRuiutinK week and presented the matter to
d ..rololnll' Svomorh Ailmrnl sent. I free hy shell fish Industry of the tate. Of 'them and explained that the ,
<*<>. H. Mavr, M fg. Cljirai.t, 114 156 Whit- I course the bill contemplated a revenue i p ment would pay $l fi75; toward Io'ern-I I
,t keg St., Chicago ill. I to the state in time, but it was not ex- ary of a competent farm demonstratorand Commission Merchant

For Sale In KinHimmee By (M-cteil that any considerable amount To Ascertain If Our Bird asked Chat the county commissioners -
would l 10. realized. above running expenses I make an additional allowanceto ..
4 f- J. Z. UOUERSON:. for several! years on account of I be added to this sum which would POULTRY, FRUITS AND PRODUCE

ri And Druggists Everywhere.TILLER the loudly depleted, condition of the I Laws Are Effective justify a competent man to undertake I'

natural oyster and clam reefs which ; work here. 206 Dock St. Philadelphia Pa. ::.
-fX- *** ***'-f> had been raked and scraped for years After hearing the statement from :

by unscrupulous oystermen without I Mr. Stanford, the board of commissioners .
M. regulation or hinderance.The 'BIRD LOVERS ARE INVITED:. TO' voted to appropriate $325 /and .

office of htate shell fish commissioner i SEND:. DATA TO THE U. S. 1)E- the $ti75 to be paid by the government .

i i Real Estate Agency. was created by the enactrrient | I'ARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE will make a salary of 1000. This < Y.

of this law and upon my appointment :]l TO AID IN GAJIEPRESEHVATION. will employ a representative that will

-*: ................................ to this position by. the governor, I undertook ,_ be sent here to begin active work August ----
to re-establish the industry by !i 1st and will compensate him Tor r I

T Realty bought and sold. replanting the depleted bars and by | his services for tel months at $100 I

Houses rented. leasing! out the water bottoms of the Washington, 1J. C., May 7.-A census per month.
Taxes and Titles j state for the artificial growth of oysters of all the birds of the United) This instructor will not confine his H. G. SIEVE
of paid verified and damn. 1 realized! very fully j' States i is suggested for this summer labors to any particular point in the t

for-non-residents. the (rijrantiiunriertakinir, ax Florida, and the Uiiitud States Department of county but will visit! any and allpartsof '
Fire, Life Accident Jnuranoe. has more coast line than all the Atlantic I< Agriculture is inviting bird lovers the county to which he may be called REALTY COMPANY -

l r I ; coast states combined, and in 1 throughout( the country to co-operate to render advice in the cultivationand
; Indemnity Bonds. order to cover the territory fully by l i in taking it. The object is to determine the handling of various agricultural NOT IN THE TRUST r
v water it took a trip of over 2,000 miles i ito how many pairs of birds of each products. R
t..:' 0 00 acocmplish this. Since My appoint-species breed within definite area By I This is a rare opportunity that our 10,000 acre Stock Farm, a bargain if take. at once

ment in July 1M13! : I have traveled i) comparing these figures with those of farmers will enjoy of having a scien- $5.00 per acre. -:- -:- -:- -:- -:- -:-

/ over 15,000 miles about :M.OOO miles of li i subsequent censuses, it will be possi- tific farmer render instructions right Prairie Land Orange Groves, .Uizh Hammock Laid. Timber .......
which was covered by water. During' I ble to ascertain whether the present I ought on the/ farms at home instead of ;) \

S. U. BULLOCK this period I have worked unceasingly state and federal laws are effective ( sitting in some hall or lecture room Land at All Prices and e. Easy T erma. : '

going over the greater portion of and game and insectivorous birds increasing | and| hearing some one tell how it 2,000 acres Stock Ranch will exchange half Tain i
\ the coast line twice. or diminishing in numlJers'j should be done.Practical 1
REAL ESTATE We have established 147 oyster and Voluntary observers are uponto demonstrations will make for ether real estate -:- .:. -:- -:- -:- I
clam c..aU4'a..res: of furnish most of the desired datato and all of farmers '
....................... farms covering any our proficientin
the Groves
water bottom, beginning': on the Atlantic department. i the work and in the near future we Orange all sizes and prices .
INSURANCEExamination coast side at Fernandina on the / As a beginning the department has anticipate from the seeds which our ,

inland passage and continuing: on asked about 250 correspondents people are now planting in the development KISSIMMEE
of Titles a around to Pensacola on the gulf side. I I I throughout the country, who have I| of this county. I FLORIDA: : :
These farms range from one to five I 1 1 previously rendered valuable service, Osceola has never taken a back seat 1 f i J
hundred acres and the lessees are 1 to follow a general outline in supply- yet in what she has attempted to do .

Specialty. composed of men of energy and means I ing information. Anyone wishing to and we expect to see our farmers ..
who will grow oysters and clams. In aid in this &good work is cordially in- make good in the efforts that will be
Correspondence Solicited. this we have accomplished the pri- vited to send similar information to put forth by them this season an a ------ ...., I

mary object of the law. the department. result of the special advantages that ; !
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Our source of revenue has been taxation The correspondents have been ad- will be accorded them.
of dealers boats, collection of vised that the census of the birds Our commissioners have acted wisely :

two-cent privilege tax and lease rental should be taken over some area that and in the days to come the younger I L& NS LOUISVILLE&NASHVILLE I L. & N :
from which We lave received a total fairly represents the average ,charr- generation will rise up and call
W..GRIFEIN revenue to d..te-c\t 1102372. Addto acter of the country in the immediate them blessed. -r? A TT,-orxvT. > II e

"' .. .:- this an appropriation of $1,000 by neighborhood., The area selected "
the legislature, gives us a total deposit should represent average farm conditions 10-CENT '"CASCAnETS" tFOR' .
Staple, and, Fancy n' the state treasury of $12- but without woodland; shouldbe .
023.72.) Of this amount wave spent not less than forty acres (a quarter LIVER; AND BOWELS. : : : :

: : 10093.23, leaving a balance in, the of a mile square) "and not more ILaNI
t r GROCERIES state treasury of 193049. We have than 'eighty acres and should include Cure Sick Headache, Constipation .

paid over to the state treasurer the 'the farm buildings, shade trees, orchards Biliousness, Sour Stomach, Bad -

sum of $441.85 in fees and have accumulated fields of plowed land, and pas- Breath-Candy Cathartic.No ,
4 the following property and ture.
",. Free Delivery to all Parts credits, which is clear profit to the It is desired to take a census of the
odds how bad liver, stom- THE ATTRACTIVE WAY TO
state above running expenses: pairs of birds actually nesting within your
of the CityCHICHESTER Moat and tackle _ _12.968.60 the selected area. Birds visiting the ach or bowels; how much your headaches .
Office. fixture, books uq and Mtatlonery area for feeding purposes should not how miserable you are from CINCINNATI CHICAGO LOUISVILLE :

-_ __ _uu h_ ___ b59 96Feen be counted, no matter how close their constipation, indigestion, biliousnessand LEXINGTON ST. LOUIS INDIANAPOLIS
_ _
paid state of Florida_ 4 1.KB
FlfplantlnK barren oyster, barn 42.2B nests to the boundary lines. sluggish bowels-you always get DAYTON PITTSBURGH KNOXVILLE ,
ya'' It is practically impossible to make relief with Cascarets. They imme- COLUMBUS BUFFALO BIRMINGHAM
3, s PILLS ".&42.6U this census on the scale of forty to diately cleanse and regulate the stomach CLEVELAND GRAND RAPIDS PENSACOLA y
if N BBANU. Add to thin cash now In Rtntt*
A. eighty in single day. A plan remove the sour, fermenting food DETROIT NASHVILLEEVANSVILLE MOBILE
)di; 1..1..1 wy treasury 1,93049Give. acres a
: u.7bl.l: nnu -
;y .ta -- which has been used with advantagefor and foul gases; take the excess bile TOLEDO NEW ORLEAN
1'1' a.4M
% 0i1'---------$6.77309 from the liver and off the con- .
0 k. amen wtY was a several years is to begin at daylight carry
r ? ti. t. 15.._. ._. w b4'ItitIra. : .Ta e Deduct alary from and expense thin amount and alary some morning the last of May, stipated waste matter and poison All Points North, Northwest, Southwest.
.. ""D "a"' Ib .L...., for,6 of Bvcrelarv (which 10Jafd or the first week in June, and zig-zag from the intestines and bowels. A
y M limow.MB rt.6 AlwMR IM by general approprlotlon 10-cent box from will Three Solid Through Trains Daily
back and forth across the area, count- your druggist
) amounting to 3,7166
: :'rig the male birds of each sppcies. keep your liver and bowels clean; South Atlantic Limited, Lve Jacksonville 8:16: P. M.

.0r0.....!r00.0000 000i L,.-ave. a' net train to the state Early in the morning at that season stomach sweet and head clear for Dixie Flyer, Lve Jacksonville 8:25: P. M.
h above all expense of-$S0&S.4S; every bird should be in full song and months. They work while you sleep. Montgomery Route Exp'ressLve Jacksonville 8:05: P, M.
Besides this financial gain, the industry easily counted. After th@ migrationis .
A\ Fleming is now firmly established on a over and the birds are settled in Most of us want the Lord to do all Three Daily Trains to Mobile, and New Orleans,

i N ? i business basis which is very satisfactory their summer quarters, it is safe to the work and let us take the credit. Leave Jacksonville 8:00: A. M., 5:00: P. M. and 8:00: P. M,. .

to the dealers and oystermen gen- consider that each male repreggnts a This is a Free Country That's whywe All electric lighted' trains with through steel drawing-room sleepers,

; CLEANING erally. breeding pair. .r spend most of our time squealing. free reclining chair cars, and modern high-back seat coaches.
Under the restrictions of the law
::1' I The census of ones should be :'l
PRESSING the state has enjoyed the best oyster checked and revised by several daysof L. & N. Dining Cars-No Better Dining Car Service.

t DYEING sad. season it has for several years, 161- further work, in order to insure either deciduous or evergreen. While Fast Time-Rock Ballast-No Dirt-No Dust.
96 barrels of oysters and clams .hav the number of birds on- such a piece of
that each bird seen is actually nesting
REPAIRING ing been taken from the waters of the within the area, and to make certain land will be far less than on an equal 11. C. BRETNEY Florida Passenger Agent,
( state during the 120- area of mixed farm land their correct 134 West St.
: oyster season; that no species has been overlooked. Bay Jacksonville
1 .;' } Lsave wotdSet my house and clothe 218 barrels .of these were taken from May 30 is about the proper date to numeration will require considerablymore Fla.'S
and time.
t will) be celled for and returned. the natural'oyster reefs of Franklin begin the. census in the latitude of care
county and marketed at Appalachicola. Washington. In the latitude of Bos- The department also will be glad to t
Satisfaction, Guaranteed I I feel safe in saying that this yield ton the work should not begin until a have information concerning any --- - -- - -

1 will be doubled in the next year.T. week later and south of Washingtonan changes noted in the bird life of any

1 t' O OOOOJ00000000000 R. HODGES earlier date should be selected. extend locality,Specially considerable if the observations numberof CARSON: :::: :FARMER:: :: Y
Shell Fish Commissioner. The final results of the census any ,
years. -
should be sent to the Biological Survey -
0 fr fr In the past, under mixed
game regulations -
DECLARES HE WAS Department of Agriculture of various states bird life Successor
Washington D. C., about June SO, and to the Dozier Leitner Agency
; '.. THE has been decreasing. Now that the
RAYSTONEsecs FORCED TO LEAVE should the be exact accompanied boundaries by of a the statementof selected birds have been placed in charge of State Bank Building
? the United
Department of Agricluture
defined so explicitly that it
HIS MEXICAN( FARM will possible twenty-five years definite and uniform measures are be-
ing taken to them and increase
preserve -
lit" hence to have the census repeated.The 4,
their number. The bird
f 4 N.w and cond-htnd ..utomat. name of the present owner of the census and the to follow new will DIVERSIFIED CROPS PROVEOF dlan this diversifying should particu
!.. for Ml from 1100 U FORMER ORLANDO CITIZEN RETURNS land should be given together with a aid TilE GREATEST VALUE l larly appeal. There are too ad'
materially the department in its many
.00*. at Ormriton Oaraart careful description of its character,
t i 11. AFTER THIRTEEN effort to preserve a valuable national versaries to deal with to neglectrule. '
much stress cannot be laid
statement whether Too on
a care- $ .
t i. .. itnittu, PrIll, i.L .mm err.t YEARS SPENT IN TROP- ful description of. its character,, including resource and the voluntary efforts of the diversifying of crops. And while thing When in the we line may of grow truck almost an
bird lovers of this whichtL I
ICAL REPUBLIC. inlaid! farm literature is full of articleson
*9 f 0 0 a statement whether the area be appreciated.By . our be grown in any other part of the
moist bottom-land this subject', the urging of the "
is dry upland or country there lathe of !
over'pInduction. !
Orlando, Fla., May ".-That Hiierta the number of acres in each of the Winfield proposition must be continued, foi*> danger
; ( Jones.) As long the ,
: ; oo oi < destined is doomed to and straighten the United out affairs'States in is principal crops, or in permanent Washington, D. C., May 1.-A marble only an exceedingly small portion of idea prevails this is one-crop A short. ..'
farm to have
r Mexico is the gist of a statement made meadow, pasture orchard, swamp, statue of JohniOnle., M. D., inventor . our th.population lesion what seems is of crop: in the rorth.-the pendulum swing '
learned and
roads, etc.) the kind of fencing used, of the ice more and .
i and me- everybody in for'that
C I f. Thrasher goes
by -John W. McDonald who has crop.
.. returned to Orlando from, ;Just' and whether there is much or little chanical refrigerator erected by the importance, are profiting by the teach A few fortunate ones, early in the
I' Mr. Tampico. brash along any fence, roads, or state of Florida was unveiled with ing. get the -great profits possible!
.. McDonald is accompanied by streams, or in the permanent pasture.A \ appropriate ceremonies yesterday in The average man is an individual 1 because of the s and, then f
t MSIwetMetal Worker'SteefCeNingsla his wife, and they will, from Or- ;
ii go second census desired la of of. idea. HLs natural Cato
lando one statutory hail in the capitol Among one tendency comes the rush from all winter-grow'
to Virginia visit relativeswhile -
-- one isolated piece of woodland !, .. Ida entire
b com the speaker wen Senator Bryan giving thought and energy big quarters and'the market break
spending their enforced vacation prising from ten to twenty acres. In W. ; to the one thing in life which down
George Dayton George-R. Whit ; and the profit is gone .Nextas.aon
in the United' StaUs. " ( giving the aesults 'of this census th. aide particularly: appeal to him. Bets
Specialty '
: L \ ; -.aDd.B.ep.taUn Emmett it U something.ulse.' .Tn*
Domalda '
lived in Orlando
formerly go
; . number and kinds of tree in 'the Wilson. -The statue was unveiled by ready to stake his aU on one throw of dulum swings in another direction and
'v lag front her'Mexico' where-they woodland should bo stated,-a. wetfaswhether Mary Louis Stewart great-grand: the dice; It; U' the mbler'1 attitude the remit I. the same. In'' 41
,1 : ; have'r.sld.d'"fof- the''pas* thirteenth there is'much or little tmder5 daughter. Dr. Gorrie. pore mad simple. The one-crop farmer versified yoto -
3g? ..1.4plrCbyStreet; ;iiM .afv y, fanning: you may make notla-
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average thcropI
... L his grove ,belq.\'ftft-1I1i1e..," -out. from-" thaV of *ome'jdeflnlto J ."'area ,-fortyae reported the. house th*, Sparkman: :following-the'method.. baa-Men faithfully atteJJdod't4rausTnto
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.Vidence of the ,wonderful health-giv report shows the steel gang six l: miles .-
; ing climate that surrounds this' .
Apopka. side crt "
KenansVille.' ;; I '
.Apopka II Mr. and.Mrs. W. B. Raulerson and As rain has. been general 'of' late, : ,

son,;W, Boo: left.Tuesday to visit relatives "we are in hope of hearing the familiar .
I and friends at Moniac. Ga. .
"toot" of Captain Johnson's boat soon
Mr. and Mrs. Charles./'Curry and! .' W. H. Brokaw and family came out again.. .. PROGRESSIVE I

; Mr. W. L. Frye have'returned to their! Sunday from Orlando and spent. the '.\ Crops 'are _looking' ideal, 'being .
homes in Morrice, Mich. ,, after a pleasant -! day.with Mrs. L. D.Gegt) here f*- greatly helped by-the, recent rains. : <
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'winter here.. 'I Henry-Brown of Birmingham. .Ala? Well,good-bye Mr. Editor. You. ,- '
was the,pleasant- guest of his niece will have > .
: "W..r.. Fannell)), our'eoncrete'bullder.: a new correspondent from '
"has just, new sidewalk' Mrs. Alf. Eldredge here last Saturdayand now on, as my successor: in the office :
"t\\ from Witherby's eettors to Mayor Me-, Sunday. /secretary of the Truckers' associations :: .
1,' Leod's corner at Fifth street, on the J. R. Wamble, and family have as fills this position.* : :
,/ east alqrf of Central avenue.* 'This their:guests-this week his niece and BusinessPeople: :
( fills a long-felt want and we,hopo the nephew. Miss Ha and Herman Wam ;

,i p good laid work all will over continue town. until walksare bl.i'the children, Fla. of William Wamble II f I Orange Center ''I : to .. '.

Mrs. "A. C. Starbird has had as her ''I 'I ', '
; Rev. E. Lee Smith is holding a revival : guest for some days Miss Lyle Con .

,. meeting Umatilla. nell of Winter Garden, who has -just , Dear Gasettot Our average temperature : .
Rev. J. ,..'McKinnon filled his, reg returned home after most delightful for the past week has been '
ular engagement at the Presbyterian' visit to her aunt here. 81. Guess that will do to work with. You Should Kihow

church here. Miss Jewell Wamble, one of the Our Orlando road 1s progressing : .
i ,1 Miss Mattie Champneya of Plymouth teachers of the Orlando high !School, and we are..gradually ,nearing'day ,.
.''1 has been spending the past few was visiting home folks here Saturday light. One visitor in talking about our : ,'

'S; weeks in Apopka. and Sunday. At the Presbyterian roads remarked that they were now ,
\ The Consumers' Lumber and Veneer, church Sunday evening she sang "The better than the people from most of '
;oJ company had the misfortune to have Perfect Day" in a very. pleasing and the northern'" states are used to. He : -
heir shingle mill located near' Rock charming, manner. Miss Jewel is a was informed that we are aware of IN p'
/ Iprings to burn a few nights since. sweet singer and a general favorite that but thta it was the aim of Florida .
Mrs. S. M. Love had fot'lIerJest with the young people here. to be superior in every respect' : h
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d last week Mrs. Loula Connell. I It' H. H. Witherington, president of the any of the north;, that we knew we .
Miss Bendie Seegar of Minoville American Realty company, left Tues- I had ,the most beautiful country in existence :
; spent a few days last.week in Apopka day morning for the big reunion at and'that we want it still more .
; as the guest of Mrs. Conrad Hyde. I Jacksonville and took with him quitea I perfect as a place to live, hence our '
Dr. L. A. Shattock of Leesburg was supply of literature advertising contniued rag-chewing about our bad :
looking after his property interests in Apopka and telling of the many ad- roads and_our _demand for roads as SJMME'E.
I Aprtpka a few days! last week. The vantages that are offered to the home- nearly perfect aa we can get them. .
doctor likes Apopka verey much and; seeker or home-builder in this sunny Lee Van Hoos df Herrin 111., spent :
.should.! he sell his interests in Lees- Southland. the past wee *with us. Mr. Van Hoos a
Tnlrg; would locate here without delay. Truly,Apopka has more natural ad is delighted as are all others who f
J. D. Jackson, repreesnting the vantages than any place perhaps in come. He expects to send his father : r
Thomas Manufacturing company of the entire state and with surroundingon and mother to improve his place until .
Dayton, Ohio, was In town last week. all sidesthat can be bought remarkably such time as he can arrange to come .

i Our young peopleare enjoying a cheap there is every inducement in person. J. B. REDDITT, OSCEOLA BICYCLE CO. K. BAKERY
plunge in the crystal waters of Dream to offer to those of the north Irish potatoes are going out this A.Nleraeyer, ,
lake these bright days. They say the who are -seeking a home under. southern -, week via the Spence, Stewart and 105 -
water i ilt fine. skies. - Harrison- route. They.did_not Jiave a _ Jeweler Broadway Band Brand Candy.
R. B. Phillips of Orlando was rep- The baccalaureate sermon before large acreage in, but the crop turned . lie per Ib.
the New York Life Insurance f - -- RL.. Johnson, PropRepairs .
resenting the graduating class of the Apopka out well.T. .;
e, company in Apopka last Friday. high school was preached at the Pres- J. Stewart is gathering.and cur- 11 Broadway.EGGER8GLUESS Promptly Done. r .t ect'hn. '
Misses Katherine Mitchell and byterian church last Sunday ing his Bermuda onions this week.
Laura Lewter visited Miss Jennie Dr.-A. J. Holt of Kissimmee. Special 'Tom started In to count they onions, i .
' Baas in Orlando last week. music of the featu The 'But It and is .
was one es. gave up, now countingthe A RIEDEL. O.F.BAS8,
Mr. and Mrs. Lyttle have returnedto graduating exercises will be held at piles or stacks and has almost lost MARKET -

their home in Cordele, Ga., after the Presbyterian church, Friday even- count of them there are so many. Carpenter and Repair Shop Contractor 1st } .
a very pleasant visit to the family ing, May 8, at 8 o'clock. The gradu- Mr. Flathers has the contract for Fresh Meats .of Mr. Sykea here. ates are five in number K. M. Calvert, clearing two miles of the road on the Inside FnrtkisUngs Screening ; y'
s High & Fuller have had a new conCrete Dabney Jackson, A. Queen Wamble, south line of sections fourteen and and Cabinet Work All and Paperhanging
sidewalk put down in front of Minnie May Ryan, Weeta M. Carpenter fifteen. Our Specialty. Kinds. A... Phone. 67.
their market which makes a wonderful their class colors are white and H.
T. Keene is unloading.* car of
improvement. green, the Class= motto "Tonight we lumber this week for his house in
A. A. Miller of Valdosta, Ga., was launch, where shall we anchor' the section WILDER'S STUDIOIs
the of his sister Mrs. The ', eight. Everytnings looks fine in I CLARK A MEIKLEJON THEATER
; pleasant guest class flower, Easter lily. program that section.
J. H. Smith. for the graduating night is as follows: *
the Place Take Year Kodak
Mr. Stokes has launch Real Estate Dealers Clean, Comfortable i
Mr; Miller was,fort ly_&. reside.4i .-, Music, put a gasolene .
of Orange county and is well and favorably Invocation-Rev. E. Lee'gmt1b.; ovSand Lake' and is enjoying the Films for Developing if Ton v
pleasure to be had 'T rgln'Ol9.-' .- They Sell the Earth ... Entertainments
ee known to the older settlers of Music. -- --- --- -- ,- -- _. .
Lester Ivey is loading another car --- '-T _,_ .
the county. Salutatory-Queen Womble. Want the Best Results. In Chunks.I Only;"-- r
of wood this week.CLASSIFIED ?
A. C. Starbard made a business tripto History-Knox M. Calvert.
Crystal River last week. Music. I
,l 8. S. Cunningham has moved his Class Will-Weeta Carpenter.Class Have Your Washing Doneat
stock of groceries from the Eldredge Prophecy-I. Dabney Jack I I WATERS & CARSON GROCERY Moving 'Picture Show
'building near the Seaboard depot to the-- Found at the .

the old postoffice building on Fourth son.Song, "Gathering Flowers in May." ADVERTISINGFive Ce.Everythipg.
street and Park avenue, where he has Junior Paper-L. D. Geiger. KISSIMMEE MODEL LAUNDRYA. THEATER Y ;r
opened up again. Presentation-Weeta Carpenter.
:,Gen Geo. W. Tibbetts has moved Music. F. Kate Pr to Eeat. Bros. Mgrs. ,
Cents Per Line p.
]his headquarters from St. Cloud to Valedictory-Minnie Ryan.
and will from this time hence- Music. Each Insertion. .
Apopka /. :. ..
fdrtn be a resident of Apopka. lie Class Address-Judge J. M. Cheney. J. W. PRENTIS NELSON REALTY CO. -
j, has :just recently purchased one of Presentation of Diplomas-Hon. W. II BOWLING
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LOST-On 'the road between Klssim-
? the most desirable residences in the R. O'Neal. Planes, Organs,; Talking Machines, 9 109 Broadway y
mee and St. Cloud, a red shawl Darlington .
town and is now very comfortablydomiciled Benediction. l I
liberal reward if returned to this
a here with his family. He office. Sewing Machines.Breaiway. Property Sold OBCommission. E. Mansell, Mgr. _
j ; will bring other old soldiers here, as e -8-lt-p .. '
;!; xit is recognized as the most desirable Sport and Recreetietw' 'v'
I!I I place in the state to establish a home. II HunterlandDear II FOR SALE.
,.1,; The "42" club met last week with ".
Miss at her home 10' W. G. HANKINS
Maggie Shepherd
FOR SALE-Florida Fire ft Casualty
on Fifth street. vAs Mr. Editor The Truckers' Insurance company stock at $5.00
: association *
: an evidence of the productiveness of Hunterland is still flourishing per share. Address Box 288, Kis- Adding uaci.lDee4 'AGENCYGraystone and Builder ,iii
of the land around Apopka we regular meetings are as before .simmeet 19-2t-p ,
'mention the fact that a sample of oatsmeasuring and General Repairing,
Saturday at 2 A. J. Typewriters
every p. m. Block
more than four, feet in FOR SALE-Firat mortgage note for
recent Filing a Specialty,
Allard of Minneapolis was a .
length and containing nearly 200 kernel *. $280, well secured.! Can also place f
attendant to one of our meetings.,Mr. For Sale. Sell Land Anywhere on CommissionCOLE Darliai .
was brought in and placed on'ex' : Allard owns land at and near Dee_, a 'few safe loans at good interest. '
hibition ,by,John Kittel of','ther' ,Piedmont Nelson Realty Co. 19-lt
but was BO highly impressed With : '
,' section; a. few days ago. ,This DAMN'S, DEPARTMENT, .. STORE. SUTTATORIUM ?
what this vicinity has to offer in the .
FOR SALE-Mission table and '
shows what; the lands around Apopka dining : r" i t '0 :'i UNLEY ., '
line of location and soil also the progressive six l: chairs, practically new at bar . ; to Measure Clothe*vy, '
F would produce if only given proper. spirit of the settlers that ,DryGoods, Clothing, Shoes .. 1 .' ,
Mrs. Norton box
gain. Geraldine ,
attention and cultivation. he has the intention to Pressing and Repairing
461. and Optometrists I.
Dr. and Mrs. Mullens have returned his property; there for its equivalenthere. 18ltpFOR Fuialshinga.5e and Blocked ' N

C to Cincinnati again for the summer. Mr. Allard appears,to be also a SALE-Fine saddle mare, six
It is with regret that 'we see them will of be made broken Third Floor. Iii Broadway.C. Phon.Ii.
booster and course, years old, gentle and to ride and lOc Store leave as Mrs. Mullens was a teacher welcome. Miss A M. E. Barschel) has and drive. Mrs. Geraldine Norton,
in the Sunday school and the life of her 'as of .
resigned position secretary box 461. 18-lt-p
4 any company she was in, while the the association at the last meeting. HUNTER LAND CO. F. DIBBLE & SON V. R. ELLIS
f doctor is very congenial and. pleasant C. Bunnell, accompanied by J. A. FOR SALE-A triple A Hercules
v o, to all he meets. They will return Wilhite returned from a trip to Pine stump-puller; good as new. Will sell Real Estate 1'O. Contractor t

,1 again however,,when the leaves begin I Island to see the former's plowing out- cheap. C. H. Funk, Kissimmee __ Fancy Groceries ,I
,; to fall-as they would not think of win- fit. Mr. Bunnell found everything Fla. 12-tf Properties that Will and LJ(tit Collector .

tering anywhere except in Apopka. very satisfactory and has taken on r
Mrs. A. C. Smith will begin, at once I another large contract.: He also states FOUND-Gold Masonic pin; square Please. Phone 154. | 8 Darlington Avel'
the erection of a neat little cottage on that he has just placed an order for and compass within a large G. Per-
f. Sixth street. Frank E. Zepp hay the I 1 a disc plow to work with his engine, son calling at this office, proving
contract for the building and work I I which will be of material help in property and paying for this notice : H. .C. STANFORD CO. ROSS GRAVES Coming 'to the

will be started at an early date. 1 plowing heavy palmetto roots. can secure pin. 6-tf Hardware Steve LIMIT STORE
"''' i JR Johnson of Orlando, representing Goods Clothing and Shoes, Furniture ,
I l E. H. and Miss E. Barschel were re- Dry to Bring Your Small

.- "Citizens' National Life j f cent visitors at the Wilhite_home, Mr. __ FOR RENT Agricultural Implements, Your<< Dimes. Last x
insurance company, was in town last and Mrs. Wilhite returning the visit , Furnishings and Dollars.. Six Rolls '
week soliciting business.I Sunday last FOR RENT Two-story house, nine '_ Building Material, Paper for 2Se.
Maj. George Steinmitz and two inVterestlng I Mrs. R. Roebuck and children, of --- t
lady daughters the rooms; large verandas; close in. Notions.DUTTONHARRIS. PalntsTbils;; Eta ,
't young DeLand i 19 visiting at her parental Gco. F. Parker. .19-41 "
Misses Helen and Julia of Wekiwa home (Mr. and Mrs. W. W Chandler),' '
't Springs, have returned to their north intending to return at the end of May. FOR RENT-One good store room CO. L. GREEN'
ern home at Norristown Pa.. for the Mr. and Mrs. }<'. Beals drove to Se- and warehouse, cheap. Apply. to WENNERSAWYERBooks

1 summer. They will return, however, bring/ last week enjoying the trip very R. S, Floyd. tf and Decorative.
r' I again in the early autumn, KB they much. Shoes I
( too, like the mild climate of the wine Miss A. M. E. Marschel is in receiptof FOR RENT-At summer rates-Six- iI ,. and Stationery Painter
g' tars in this section of the state. word from Washington that her room cottage $15; four-room cottager I ,
Judge J. Wheeler McGee and wife, $12 unfurnished rooms, $6 .
h application for the postmastership at ; ; 186 Broadway. 26 Broadway.Get Phone %83.
\. regular winter tourists who spent the Bessenger has been accepted and that furnished rooms! $6. E. E. Wells i

d winter season here with his brother she is to take possession of the officeas ?03 Broadway. 17-ti ,. ,.
,' and sister O. F. and Miss Ella-McOee, soon as all arrangements are com KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO. ?
have returned to their home in Louis Miss Barschel AUTOMOBILE-Buick touring car, ,Year Candies Fresh From I JOB PRINTING ,
pleted. t
Mph ville, Ky., where the judge has congiderable the valued assistance and appreciates has been used a very little; will exchange I \
encouragement for the Hesae.E. CANDY KITCHENS
from for town or country real es- Everything
interests. The departure .
given her by the Bes- Man dad MachineryCan
tate. J. M. Willson Jr. *
." ;; here was earlier than they had planned senger people and takes this oppor- a .
but the illness of a nephew called them tunity to thank them, and to assure O. Garland. BroadwayF. Do. ?,,
home, that the judge might Visit the them that she will exert her best efforts -'FOR RENT-\ )Uomlortable bed room, : d
"' sick nephew, whose home is in Denver for a satisfactory service. Miss centrally located. Large porch. 6 Manager.KISSIMMEE C. Howe, Prop. Valley Gasette.

};;. Colo. Barschel has the distinction of becoming ;- Brack.St. J. W. Prentls. 42-tf '
',1 J. W. Simmons, assistant in the bra a postmaster with international LUMBER CO.

\ lando. .postoffice week, has been in Apopka1for. experience as she was assistant postmaster DWELLINGS for rent, opply to M. OSCEOLA, BOTTLING WORKS- FIGURE WITH YOU ''
the past assisting Cashier at her former, home town (Ca-I I Tiller. '
G. Talton in the State bank here r
nora, Saskatchewan, Canada,) for almost Wholesale and Retail : Phone 284. Next Order of Prlatiag \
the rob-
straightened over
four years. FOR RENT OR SALE!: -Two-story '
-. ) that occurred here last week. W. i' In a conversation with your correspondent store building_on Brack North la the Better Sorb i
r Talton is attending the Confederate I' Mr. Williams, who openeda ')[Iasimmee. H. C. 8tanforJ 2 -tf G. A. Gilbert, Pap '
} reunion in Jacksonville this week and general store at Bassenger stated Phone 21., Valley G.utt., .
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taking in the sights. I
that he is excellent business
M. T. Anderson left last Tuesdaymorning I doing an ... ...................... . ..'
and that the coming railroad will be - F. H. LAWSON
for Ktssimme and Jackson-, of great help to him as he is now Dolt Overlook the PRINTING '
villa. Hi'wiU take in the reunion freighting his goods from
this week and tell those with whom I'!'. Sebring. per wagon w. mmI j VARIETY STORE the Man and Eqaipsaeat

I" he meet of the many merits and attractions We are exceedingly sorry having to Cask Bee

\ .,. of Apopka. reportTthat W. W. Chandler !. on I C01 Broadway the Best ef Beta
,W. T.Wilson went to Sanford Tuesday aft th.1
sick and sincerely for '
on a business trip. He is somewhat speedy recovery. I Pin, Life, Heakk u* Accident | It PreadwayW. ,J. E. MaUeanlx.,. ., Valley__Gasette._ e

I restless now that he has given Ma',V'sbbmail/ carrier from Fort I F'
up the postoffiee and sold! his} Drum'to.,Bassenger, had the misfor I I,INSURANCENELSON. .:NOTE HEADS.;f )', ;

dens here. H. now talks of buildjijga tune''' new bungalow here at an early date. thereby fractures ef two rib. .. *. i "' n .' Letter HeadsT Ihjslasaa', .

.vCart Rupee, who came here last fall. W. .-.ref)howerszv pleased ,to, report *>' ,, .. ",' .; Hardware: 5tt sy. HeatS.ryll.a \, Broadway tang Cards Promptly. "' >A I-,. 'l.'
I from Rome, Giuto,. ,spend his but days that ,he is improving.,I ceI7.* ) t: INSURANCE'AGENCY: Exoeated. ," '
\with his, .sister, Mrs,, T:' :J. Smith, c' W. R. ,Wnhfte, Son:. '. ; aMo PIIae la,to Sea Us. a
thinking be' would not live\through moat merchants. : i ' : 'o!' >.: J1.. .
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hT-wfator. left this ldkernein oW .. :
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enjoying the,vigor tut young manhood Our railway I still coming....Latest -_ --:'- -..,' , -. '
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TUESDAY\ FELL FRONT f 'i I: hereby announce myself at a 'can1'

COUNTY (Continued from page.,one-) didate to represent Osceola county In '

1.' -. MATTERS OF IMPORTANCE '- ,! DR. RIVERS SUBMITTED REPORT favors the- government ownership of the house of representatives of the

I COUNCIL TUESDAY the Florida east"coast canal, and the Florida legislature, subject; to the ac. #
:: DISCUSSED AND, AO | TO tioa of the democratic voters at the' !
I construction at government-naval station \,;
FATHERS 1 TION TAKEN IN: SOME FASTTRAINEscapesWith :MGHT. and dry.,dock at Key West, Fla. June primary. -S..J. TRIPLET; J* 1,

i :MATTERS.A J ; Ife .wanes' to prevent the introduction FOR MEMBER *, I 4,
( ---- !r The first question that is usually: into Florida of the Mediterranean OF THE HOUSE: OF '
. -- I asked about'any communityby strangers REPRESENTATIVES'STATE' -'''
wa'presented to the fruit flies, which he declared would ,
petition before they would consider locating ruin the citrus industry of the state. < FLORIDA.. M

i Held Short Session Last "council citizens Tuesday asking night that from the stock some of Broken Arm I' is, "How about the water; is it lie admitted that his district had I, Being impressed with -sincerity*
Vbe. pens of the
be condemned., Petition refcrr) t'o : pure?" This is.a very important ques- once sent him to the legislature\; and many people throughout the -
] tion, for without pure water the entire from the amount of bills 'lie Introduced county, who have faged me to become ,

Monday 1 "city attorneY and FewBruisesllRA'UlAUS i city would soon fall a victim to he must have been a very busy a candidate for representative c
"Petition asking that the\ councilmak" in
lower house of the
well legislature
disease, so when the new came mane but unfortunately perhaps i
of $300 for ,
- ---- an appropriation in it was decided by the council to be his favorite bills were killed in the and also being'ambitious to serve the
''baseball I I- also referred to cityattorney
ELI<;('- puik ESC APEnO)1. the of wisdom to know that we people.among whom I have been rear
I APPOINT: OFriOKRS OK) the J II :\ part senate. lie has served as a council
I udviro' I at ilyiiI4Ci
I I to rcpoit i I I
( I ed I
fIN):" .AND:" )IK'ANS.roi:" !; I HER .llng'fl'l DEATH OF :.;EVEN-YJ:AH-lLIJ have pure water, so Dr. Rivers was man in his home town, Jacksonville, : hereby'announce myself a*, .1,
SON OK ST. CLOUDPARENTS. appointed as a committed to send a and as such he was active and is candidate for the position of representative '
HI '!SINKSS.Mtmdsy ; :" :\. 1 l' ; council(( I I took up the'matter of very from Osceola in
quantity of the water to the state no doubt primarily responsible for the county the j r
,i-lc tinir I /n cit\1 I engineer, and the names
- lower house.of the
r chemist and have it analyzed. This wonderful growth of that city. We legislature subject:
: IrlI."i .May Ith. Hie comnns J Jhlon'rll I/'J.I I Joblison: and |It. II Lodlawweie What.cem* to have I been almost a was done and the report came back could but wonder as we listened to to the nomination at the June primary.
council. '
}ht-forp ttic
of ( hioeolu < oiinty convened pluceil( resulted in the miraculous escape from instant death ,, stating that the water that Kiseimmee him tell the many great things he 'has PAT JOHNSTON. .
in rcftulai H(' !.lon foi I lie purpose of I vote WHS taken/ anil occurred last Tuesday afternoon when offers. to her citizens is absolutely 'I
/ 1 done for that city, how the people of
'l.udlan The newlydecled
tran acting whati'voi. business That olc) ( llollofl|U II Clyde Booth the seven-year-old jon FOR MEMBER OF LEGISLATURE.I .
| pure. Jacksonville oould afford to dispensewith
before them, Arommuniculion i-ngiiiocr, I i- al"') the countysMivcyoi and11'; H. K. Booth of St. hereby announce myself as a can
; might ]inorly| come} I of Mr. '' ;, This is indeed' gratifying, because, bin services and allow him to
fiom H. M. ltobill.,(IJIl.( arid I eminently! qualified, no ('loud fell out of the window of the while.ever 'one felt positive. that the I. to Washington to look after the duties didate for the legislature from Os

/'leik of the Orange circuit court was doubt I ( for t the position south-bound train and broke his leg. water was pure, yet when a careful 'of there. He exhibiteda ceola county and solicit the support;.
honorable board Thcio, woic-nuinlier of applicaI ,, !Mrs. Booth and three childien congressman of tile democratic Voters- in the June
: -mail., a Kinjr( if tbif I ;Mr. and analyst. shown it to be' pure it removes box containing specimens of the
filed foi, the of city assessor -
would, defray the necessary expenseof < position ..1.I of St. Cloud were returning from any shadow of doubt and. adds i, Mediterranean fruit fly and told of its primary. N. C. BRYAN.
being 'W Ii. I
a' and definitely es- they IJankins .Jacksonville and when the train had '
making in
survey a luster to the sparkle the glass destructive work wherever it .
G. C. Li' ;
the line betweenthe I I A. Lancaster, ington/ readied short distance southof I ,
taMi.ihing ( a point a when raise it to lips to sip
Rush and H.'t.. f'obb. No action you your started. He would support any meas- DISTRICT NO. 2. -,
I counties of (fmnge) and Onceola. Lon \\ood, In some manner unaccountable -
the refreshing liquid
thrift-satisfying the of the district wanted
but : ure people I hereby announce myself candidate
taken at this meeting was a
The clerk, of () ,(-cola county was in- ,I was / by anyone, the little fellow ''and know that it is not laden with and would vote for every measure he for the office ef
,deferred until next meeting two'week".Iwnf' county comzt
ascertain probable rust of fell the 'ar'IIndow.' He was! I
: . strutted to |. the.council ,desired to make through ( some disease-breeding; germs. thought/ was for the best for the peo sioner from District No. 2, and solicitthe
a S |
the next"meeting the train reached
such survVy an."I report at (( not missed until Truly good pure water is a priceless .
of pie. vote of al' democrats at the
) of (he I Ioa, 'd. I IHon. a moi e thorough I im estimation a Altamont When it was discoveredthat heritage to city and Kissim.niec . I primary
-. befoix electing any he had concluded the next to be held June 2, 1914.
loose leaf lc-dgei .system When i
I H ( Stanford( appealed !h- he wa-.i missing; the train was has abundance and to
( fore t the commissioners(i ( I ( ft iid) requested( t the-I officer for, t his( position.J back-tilicked to find him lying on the an -'-- spare. I "peaker,'Rena tor W. II. Malone of Key E.L.D.OVERSTREEFon I
.M. Willson .Ii wai present /andnsKed West was introduced, He paid a complimentary -
that honorable. l.oclv( to make "I llovnre ""l.snlc with a broken leg and badly COUNTY COMMISSIONER
( 1 hulI/ coi( reclioti be made in tribute to Kissimmee and ; ,
( frum I their ironrrttl( fund to be I'ltiised' l body DISTRICT NO. 3.
appropriated( for, tin1 pili I 1)('"'' of im.sisl- I tin.- a-ses-nieiii "f some, of his projiert The I tl'an'a", mOI1gat\ about for commented upon her velo'pment I hereby '

ing the government in defraying' : 1 h"t'xpensc > lie ul'K a-ked that sanitary com- ty-live miles an houi n at the I time i the during th<' past three years since, he for re-election announce myself the as board a candidate -

t ( of a compcit) (out dcmonstiHtoito nutt 'C" look I into t niiittei,,,t I I of opening, ( (chilil fell. out and it is a jrreat \\onderI was here la.xt. He said. he told Joe I ,* commissioners on from District of -
( tinilildies. , WeKissimmeo! aslltty Sears that he felt like he wag 1n Havana unty
come to Osceola) county t anil I teachjur I in I thai he escapedvjth his life. s No. 3, and solicit the votes of all democrats
wirtclo..t-d nmi 1 (Ihnt ,part of thecit when he looked out the I -
-| farmer*, thi prorlurtivrnrs' of OUr When I the train" ai! lived at Orlando) upon at the primary to be held June
t the nK'thml '1.,1' liecoming(! niinilar/ > Thf'1I.llIl" l I Ilr Ilcardall! and the leautifultrcets and saw the magnificent -!
soil and (instruct, 'in( 1 liiopei (il I uas met hy> .II.l. A. F. BAS .
\ ii- .refe-neil 1 lo 1 the\ sanitary buildings and well kept lawns !12.
of cultivating and( hatijlling$ crops, the ( I little, fellow was i"emoted to McF.wans'
t proper. use of com medial(( I f"I'1I1"( (I (., sand < i.riinntteeI'leidiiil, t 1 hospital' \\ heroh i- broken limb tvat.set he could hardly realize that it was the I I FOR COUNTY TREASURER.

1. any otliei points( 'no vssiirj( Tincommissioners I , I lionii-\ ) "J'' called ]III' Riv-, Hiid( bandaged. and his !bruise,, treatcded tTi Kissimmep he knew three years ago. Deeply grateful for the honor which
." '- r> UK i hair and then" stated that lie spoke of Joe-Sears as the honored
after! considering I I( tin- i > His Paltt- removed him 4 proposition, agreed to make the nvx" ;<. i the ( oloicd (111ttiVShould lie resiirand lieu" home at *?'Tr--<--'lou l > esterdajTwhole [ : son of Kissimmee but said that he fererd on me by electing me to the
\ 0-.-"I ( stake'd ami a hettelyteni. iJIJ himself. claimed the distinction of being -
) vary. appropriation, and Kisvimniocwill he is ,improving, a' rapidly as office of county treasurer two years
.1 now hav the satisfaction of soei: i nf( )Initial, ''of (tile colored load be ariaii possible.Mr i I ) a son-in-law to Kissimmee, as he ago, and assuring them that I greatly

( _%, ing farming demonstrated and taught 'J I i / ("ed! and ui>on( motion it was re- Booth is the Agent in St Cloud married one of her charming daughters. appreciate it, I Hereby announce my-

from a BClentithtllndpoillt\ in the neai foiled to the ,county commissioners" to for the A. < I.. n/ln\"ay company and elf as a candidate for re-election and

J future. i nie-tigate./ the many. friendnepoice\ with the ---. )He\ said that Jacksonville now has can only promise if nominated and

fr1- Wm. Williams of Hahsenger( puwntd ( (Ordinance suggested I b.the. SlatoHourd f/ mil I> t that (Clyde) escaped with no I _- -i both the members of the United States ciected that I will continue to perform .

,$2 a petition from the citizens of that : ( ( of Health in i"'Ka 1'1 I to birthsanil mole serious 'c-ult than that men I Ir senate and themember of congress the duties devolving upon me to the

part of the county asking that the) (deullis was refeired( to the ord-I' tioned.HKAVIL!. from the state-at-large. while the remainder best of my ability.
?. commissioners. .iriukc all appropriation inaiuLcoininittee/, for their. i leport at : r R. C. Weidler of the entire state Outside of ] S. L. LUPFER. -

., with which to( erect a )bridge a fat U,t,(' meeting. ; ? PINED: FORDISOKDKIU.V Jacksonville only has three congress

_acrpss Kissiinniec liver at that point. The m.a0caUed tlpiition to ev- CONDUCT men in Washington. He thinks it unjust -: FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONE,

,_c Mr. Williams. agreed to pay $r.OO to- ei, al old I buildings which should he continued tWLY-\l'l; >OI"iTED:" FIELD !SECRETARY ; unfair and unwise to select a I DISTRICT NO. 2. r
ward the cost of erecting the bridge ) I and! ordered! toi n down On' Thursday morningin :Mayor :May's candidate from Jacksonville to represent -' I hereby announce myself a candidate -

(_ himself if the commissioners will a"I I motion' (sumo was referred to the I building court, a young white man named Herman I ; OF INTERNATIONAL the Fourth congressional district. for member of the' school board f

i ist the people in necuring the committee for investigation. I Simpson\ w a8 fined $50 and costs SUNDAY SCHOOLASSOCIATION. which reaches all the way from Jack- from District No. 2, subject to the action .

c; desired bridge.. The) clerk was instructed to allow i I total amounting to $52.50, for being : I sonville to Key West. of the primary to be held June 2,

: The board agreed to pay the pro Mrs. W. H. Farmer a widow's exemp-r I-drunk on the streets of KissimmeeWednesday I He denied that Claude L'Engle wasa 1914. WALTER BRONSON.FOR .
tion her 1913 taxes, as it developedthat evening and resisting the candidate for re-election from this
portion due to be paid by Osceola on R. ('. Weidler of this city has just I
fl county,'"provided DeSoto county will she had not been allowed exemption officer who arrested him. Judge May district, but stated that ft was a new

( meet her half of the expense of erecting according to law. has beeji dealing out justice recentlyin been selected by the state executive district and that it was the first time I COUNTY COMMISSIONER.

-the bridge the clerk was instructed The matter of extending streetlights large doses and the violators will committee as field secretary for the for anyone and that Claude had no hereby for announce commissioner myself a candidate

; to notify the officials of DeSoto county -1 on Emmett street was broughtup soon learn that it is expensive to be state 'of Florida under the auspices of greater claim on the voters than District No.4 county subject to the demo from. -
of! the action of this board and an, and referred to the water and light brought before Mayor May on a the Florida State Sunday School asso- either of the other candidates.He cratic primary.
in charge law-breaking in Kissimmee said that Colonel Roosevelt with
certain if they are willing to join committee. -
I ciation. W. R. GODWIN.
----' '- all of his activity that could -
the undertaking. a man
; business the
There further
The commissioners instructed G. MAshton being no lion. W. J. Sears is moving around His work will be to help all Sun write enough editorials to run a news-

e road superintendent, to take meeting adjourned. quite busily this week. Tuesday nighthe day schools; to organize counties and paper six months, close up the entire FOR COUNTY DISTRICT COMMISSIONER.NO. .s4. '

one cage and twelve state convicts to attended the graduating exercisesof interest the schools in aggressive business of the government and attendto I 2. "1
school.! work form teacrfers' classes all the other duties of the hereby announce myself as a candidate
Whittier and proceed to marl the road GRAYSTONENEARING St Cloud high Wednesday ; training urgent for the
( from James O'Be'rry's residence the night he spoke in Orlando in the Interest and hold Sunday school conventions, office of president, all in three days, of Osceola office of county commissioner

Xinnonville City limits. of his candidacy for congress and such other work as may properly); yet he could not "hold a candle" to county from District A
No 2 and solicit the of
and left the same night for Jacksonville come under his supervision. ''Chick" Acosta judging from Acosta' : vote every Ito ,
t Bids for road-working machinery..uch democrat at the polls' in the primary
where he attended a council of own statement of his accomplishments -
as had been advertised in The The work is- interdenominational be held June 2, 1914.R. .
Valley Gazette were opened from the COMPLETIONNEW education Thursday This council was and' includes practically all denominations both at Tallahassee and in L LANIER.

following firms: composed Hon. W. N. Shfcats! state Jacksonville. .. .
of schools. Dr. A. A. He admitted that he had served two
The Kissimmee Supply company superintendent Mr. Wilder is wejl i fitted for this FOR MEMBER BOARD OF COUNTY
Leader En- WILL SOON BE Murphree, president of the University terms in the lower house of the general
the White company. Work and we are pleased to know that. COMMISSIONERS, DISTRICT
W. Col well and of Flority. Dr. Conradi, president/ assembly of the state and is now
.fine R
the executive
company READY FOR OCCUPANCY. committeeIn casting No. 3.
W. r Nesl-A Son. of Florida Female i College, Drr ..1.Kelley L. ; holding the office of ,state senator'.
A. about for a competent person for the .I hereby announce myself as a can -
of Florida StateTeachen' where he has served full term. He
\ No bid accepted at this meeting ex-president one
was selected of KIsiminee'acitizenS didate for the office
position of
i is one member the
WOrk the Thurman building
r on association. Hon. R. E. Hall had as a member-of the state legislature -
but action deferred until the next
was to fill the Board of
place. County Commiiiloners from
still progressing and in a short time superintendent of 'Dad county,'. antiHon. voted -for bill that he
regular meeting in June. < I Mr. Weidler leaves Polk District No.
today for 8- and solicit the votes of -
will be completed. The roof has now of benefit the and
W. J. Sears .superintendent thought-would people
The officers were appointed to con- 'county where he will his work all democrats the
4 begin primary to be .
r.rf1nfc th* vtrimBrv AlArtlnn on Junfl 2r been completed. and,the work'of plastering -! Osceola county. __.. ..'-_ 1.1..__ .__ .'.. ,_____.,.._.. enumerated a humber of measures he I..,.',."_. Y..__ 0 1fl1 ...
au arw. ISV haD v "ULIV a, aose.J.
: and flooring is being pushed aq ---- - --- - hadintroduced and aided in passing. ; "
'iiteachoftheotingprec1ncta; ; ; ;;i0; I
ed that county he will then return here A. BLACKWELL
rapidly as possible. This building is He that Claude L'Engle; spendshis 0
,ceola county as follows: 285.6 feet and three stories high and perfect an organization; in Osceola says I ,a
1 long time writing for "Dixie" and the
Inspectors PIANO SALENow
THE His work'covers the entire
[i1;,*' No. 1-G. W. Ashton, H. W. Brat. and will contain, besides the large opera state county.and he will be kept constantly!] most that he has been able to do was DISTRICT
house some eight'or ten splendid to antagonize his colleagues from this
l ton, W. G. Hankins, J. E. Lupf r, in the field somewhere looking after NO.5.I .
ft J business or office rooms on the first state and made a speech opposing
clerk. hereby candi-
announce myself
1 a
the schools.CARPENTERS'
floor, a large dance hall and some President Wilson in his views on the
No. 2Jno. R Branson. F. H. Ty- Kissimmee -- date for re-election as a member of I
in by
'* twenty or more fine large office rooms being conducted Panama canal toll question. He said,
ner, W: L Moseley, Geo. C. Bronson, of UNION the board of county commissionersfrom
the Turner Music Tampain
_' ( clerk. or rooms suitable for housekeepingoccupy company "When the president asked for the repeal District No. 6 subject: to the Y

No. 3-Johnson Bronson Milt Bryan the second floor, while at the the Graystone building is provinga EXTENDS THANKSWe of the canal toll, Claude came to will of the democratic\ voters at the
extreme' east end of the building on splendid success. The opportunityto relief of the Standard Oil
I D. H. Lanier, J. Alex Bronson primary to be held June 2, 1914.
clerk. the third floor is a large lodge nail, purchase a modern, up-to-date piano are requested by the Carpenters the United Fruit company and W. F. WALKER. I

\% No. 4-P. E. Moigan, Ed George, with all the necessary anterooms and is now open: for the sale clases Union of Kissimmee to extend the the Carnegie Steel company. He ask-

-' T. M. Farr, J. Stan Anderson clerk. paraphernalia rooms sufficient to accommodate May 15th,. and then it will be too late. thanks of that organization for the ed that voters bear these thoughts In FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. .

; -, No. t-W.. R. Nettles, Pete Rauler- any lodge that will meet The tone Jouch; and durability ol many courtesies extended them by the mind and vote accordingly.Our I hereby. announce myself a candidate j-

(, .-- non, H. J. Hannock, J. R. Donegan, here in a long time. Besides the lodge these beautiful pianos is beyond ques- citizens of Kissimmee while the Stato honored son, Joe Sears was to for re-election as county commissioner 'o-

_,. clerk. room there are seyeral small sleepingrooms tion, and their magnificent cases with Council of Carpenters and Joiners was have spoken next, but he was com from district No. 1. y'

1.. No. 6-A. E. Bass, S. H. Fertie, on the third floor adjoining the solid brass hinges and pedals,'tell the in session here this week. The carpenters pt'lled0 go to St. Cloud to attend the pd E. b. LESLEY.

;/' -. Frank Goodwin J. IL Bardsden clerk. hall and also in the west end of the story that they are the finest speci- feel -that; ,....their thanks aie graduating exercises of the highs MMISSONER..r

No. 7-W. W. Chandler A. C. building are other suites of room; ments of the piano makers' art .ever especially! : due those who furniahec hool there) and expected to reach the FOR COUNTY ','

: 'Wright, Grover Chandler W. E. Un- suitable for sleeping or housekeeping. shown in our city. automobiles for taking the delegatesto hall before the speaking here had .f'
of this Immense It; i is customary at special sales to I hereby announce myself candidate !- ,
"cMr1uUT-elerk. The first two storms : ride and the mayor and other leading closed but in this he was disappointed
!" No. 8-R. L. Evans Grover Tin- building are built of concreteblock show only cheap instruments that can citizens for their addresses and and failed to get back until after for county commissioner froiidf; '. :t;(
,( deli, H. H. Hull, F. W. Hill\ clerk.i and when completed will be a be sold at any price, but the Turner words of encouragement.Rev. I. the crowd had dispersed. This was District. No. 5, and solicit the support <' l
of the
voters for that
it differentThey office
credit to the city and will prove quitea Music company are doing very embarrassing, as he verey much h"fil

source of revenue to Ita owner. are showing only the best and B. H. Guy announces his can desired to speak here with his opponents pd DE WILTON ALDERMAN.J. 'J

offering them at reasonable prices andon didacy in this issue of The Gazettefor in the presence of his home peo. FOR MEMBER-SCHOOL BOARD "

: 'JI Hunterland II easy payments.All member of the school board from pie. DISTRICT NO. 1. "

i M. W. A. ORGANIZE are invited to call and see them.TWO District No. 3, and W. F. Walker an- During the afternoon, however,- he I hereby announce myself a candidate ! .0 ',. ':

|> -EAR-OLD nounces for commissioner from District took all of his opponents out for a for re-e eetiQn as a member of ,

r'' I Railav extension at Hunterland isrftlowly I CAMP IN KISSIMMEE CHILI DIED No.6.Silver1plated. drive ness of and this showed beautiful them city the and attractive accompanied the school board from District No. 1. ''' :
FROM SCALDING and ask the democrats Osceola
| / but steadily progressing. A gold bell cornet in C them to Orlando, where they of : '

tteavy shipment of steel arrived'lately.. J. at tHe home of M. L. B-flat and A high and 'low pitch for spoke Wednesday night. county for their votes at the primary 1r1fIf;
M. Brady, state deputy organizer Last Monday, on June 2, 1914. W. C. BASS.
v i Let everybody g't busy" and talk for the Order of Modern Woodmen of Schriefel, on Shingle creek, the little sale real cheap. Write box 716,-City. Since the speaking here the many j ,.
:i',. .. .nd ,",,' Park. The park for particulars.: 20-It friends of Joe Sears have taken ,.
.commissioners American has been in Kissimmee frequently two-year-old boy was so badly scald renewed FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD. 'i'r
C : carryout relieved him of his suffering hope for his success in the campaign -
<( during the past two months in ed that death
; the blue sprint as submitted. at the hospital Mr. and Mrs. Jas. A. O'Berry came and they now confidently hope I hereby announce myself a candidate I 1 f, ,
the interest of that order'an'd has now Wednesday evening -
C. Bun ell who i II from Whittier this week, I
_ .. extensively en. succeeded in here. up bringing for his victory at the polls. for member of the school board .
framed breaking Kissimmee securing a camp here,, heir baby, which is seriously ill with
which was instituted quite recently Mrs. Schriefel was engaged in wash- from District No. '3, and solicit the (, {
\ motored on Sunday to Kissimmee ; cholera infantum, for medical treat-
on and 01Tuesday night a long list of ing in the yard and had just Ailed the support of the voters of Osceola county 'J""I'\
tmiinesa. He has ordered another ment. They are stopping with Mr.O'Berry's .
at the..BPPril.acl1iDg-rimar ,: .
hot water and while 14 CAR LOADS '
new members were initiated into the tub with boiling
.. large disk breaker. We expect him parents near. thj city. H. GUY.
in else hey
1 borne Tuesday with brand mysteries of woodcraft.The she was engaged something- jR.
on a
( }ord. Both machines will be new new camp instituted Is num- little boy tottered up and pulled the General W. H. Ellis, formerly atter- COUNTY""TAX

;/ busy. kept bered 16,207 which shows that this plug from the side of the tub and ney-general of the state, but now a CATTLE SHIPPED FOR ASSESSOR. -,

J F. Beals (is laid off, suffering- with' order, while in its infancy here, has the boiling water poured out all over candidate for supreme court justice I beg to announce to the voters of m" .)

boll*. quite a niembership in other. parts of him. He was immediately brought to is spending today in Kissimmee shaking '" Osceola county that I am a candidate:
>> land. Dr. Rivers who' took him to his hospital hands for office of tax assessor, inbjlect-to +
( Mr. Meneley. the of the our and getting in touch with (Continued front'page one.) I
manager the action of the democratic
I Osceola Supply 'is The principles and teachings of this and every attention was given the voters.CITATION. primary, .
P1 company of busy organization are very commendable him but death relieved the suffering but the consumer pays the freight in and will appreciate. your support. I
dealing out samples the first batch "
.of. fertilizer this has 'and the order carries with it an' insurance Wednesday evening.The OH- OHADMINISTRATION. the end and when cattleare sold hereto W. M. TERRELL.FOR T'::
concern turned
t, '.out We congratulate This I. one of policy to protect the, widows body,.... taken to J. W. Thonip.son' !. C.vr. .( tkv Cummtr J.*sr.. State *f go north the freight is always figured TAX ASSESSOR. r .
and the orphans of deceased members. undertaking parlors and prepar. .. in the deal and the producer .has '.
? *
oar boosters. Keep coming. We can cheerfully recommend the ed for burial. Iha of Charles F. Prcvatt.. Sr., Os to either pay the freight or take it off I hereby announce my candidacy-tor- : ,

j4': Movement*incorporated.* are on foot to have ileai order to anyone who may desire to en- The funeral was conducted at the By ceola the Jti County..K.. .t 4C court? the-prtcef of the cattle, which- amounts r leet1on for the position of tax assessor -' "' ,.

manger Joy| the social privileges this order Catholic churcX yesterday afternoonst Whereas, Sarah! A. Prevail hu ap- to the same thine. in and for Osceola county. ',
..:..Mus'Barachel. the newlyappointedpostmistress provides for its members and also the 3:80 o'clock by Father Fox of Orlando piled to this court for 1..0'. adralntratlon Why would it not be a good plan to I fully appreciate the support given ;
f of Bassenger, moved to on the estate of Charles F. me by the dtisens of the county in /
tnanclal protection it gives, to their' after' which the remains were iTevatt. 8r. deceased late of said county establish a large slaughter pen. and '
,JMlr new quarter lamilies in distress. interred in the Rose Hill cemete of Oeoeola; ; packing1' house here or somewhere I the past, and. if re-elected, promise the . .
I I v. Our two nursery men, Messrs.. Bernfcan The state encampment of this noble Four small boys James DeeU. These are, .therefore to cite and admonish convenient and kill the cattle'here and I tame impartial and fearless discharge . a

"; .< ) ana Meneley, report field a good itand have order.has been holding It. annual Charles" Retonda, Leo Canover an4 orMlltore all and of slnsrutar said deee the>sd kindredand to be if anything is shipped to the.north let 't>f the duties; of the omee.0 + -;;'' -
Uteir strawberry they
4 ..i.r I meeting in Orlando this week where Tony Retunda, acted'aa pall-bearers* and appear before this court on or be- it be the dressed meat' that wtl lonlygo WM. i.-:BARBER:,
\. :,.,ecentljr planted.- matters pertaining to the'frowth: and The sympathy of the entire1 cornY revs ,.>. 4th day of June. A. D. 1114. and one way and the money will come _v" oIo""Lt-, .

: '- ''n..MIUMoDtrratulate.- development of the order have been munity'ffoea-out to these people In the .Hie rrantinv objections of letters, if any of administration they h.... to the on thia'way and the 'meat' the'other, instead ,FOR MEMBER DEMOCRATIC''-EX.-, f.y:*"",,

,1; "r. the KUGaMtte considered and discussed. This ortiet loss of their little son. aid estate, otherwise the same will be ofthe money going the,ether ECUTIVE COMMITTEE., .

:\jfr' I.1mm.. on its is being rapidly introduced in this .Mr. &hri fel. came hereabout nine -ranted- to said Sarah A", Prevail or to way; as is'theease..ow. I am a candidate. or member of th1"lemoeratfa L

'';)) :' tJo The-pape;,mad* a most exshowlnf -, southland and )Is beIng filled with able months ac4 from' Minnesota and has; some.: Witness ether nv at iuun prraon county persons.r|nd_ of With modern aparatns to handle and 4 executive .committee front ;

. 4).U.nt ;'for'1 the .,educational young men who-will be a *benefit to established tia home o* Shingle Creek tha county.. aforesaid tni*..*he TUulaJ'-of toot the meat and oW' storage fcr keepIt J Precinct-No.-RV and solicit th. supp.t""
,4':-'stem of Otceol* county: ; one of th) he order and who :' .he w."A. .....--11\-1'; ,_ ' be .handled f .! '
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