Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: May 15, 1914
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00646
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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,COMMITTEES REPORTED ..AND I

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The Board of Trade was called to
order Monday night by President Trip- I i ,
lett and the minutes of previous meet
'ing read and approved. Rr
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r H. C. Stanford reported that he had

r", b from succeeded the county in getting commissioners an appropriation for the IT __ l <

purpose of employing a competent man T
i to demonstrate to our farmers how
to farm scientifically; and that a competent '
man would be employed to begin -
r about August 1st and continue for : ,,

ten months. .-. ----_
L .'The. secretary announced that he "
had received communication from Mr.
O'Hara in which he stated that the RESIDENCE OF'HON, JNO. M. LEE, CLYDE AVENUE. I

'embargo had been raised on all Flor- - .
ida fruit to be exhibited at the San
Francisco exposition in 1915, and stated : Most .Catleiai'
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2 further that he would be here FREE SHELTER Important IC-

again in a few days to take the matter
up again with our people and hoped to Mad
of Season
ber able to 8ecure-.a-creditable exhibit. Tuesday -
from this state for the exposition. AND CHARITY t
t ** A. J. Willis of West Palm Beach being -

I present, addressed the board upon HENRY T.' BASS SOLD FOUR THOUSAND HEAD TO A I,
the proposition to establish a freer
shelter and charity hospital in this SANFORD CATTLE COMPANY AT A PRICE ESTIMATED 1
'j I city. He was given close attention and HOSPITAL i IS
the matter will be given further con- TO BE SIXTY THOUSAND DOLLARSFrom 1 I .

a, ideratlon later on. )
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A. A. Tano reported in regard to I, ;
the !rbaseball proposition that about week to week the Valley Gaz- c dies bridles, shoes and all the various
$70O has been pledged and that there : At of ette has been publishing cattle deals uses to which leather is 'used. For 6
,i is enough more perhaps in sight to increase Proposed, Meeting that have been made by the ranchmenof If our people would awaken to this City ,
the amount He recommended Osceola county and the various proposition and decide to put these va-
that the list be turned over shipments of cattle that have left this rious industries into active operationhere
I to the finance committee of the Board Board of Trade city foil the east, north and west, but as the direct result of the great
of Trade to collect, which was done. all the deals we have mentioned pale cattle industry we now have established -
t t J. D. Woodbeck announced that the into insignificance when we think of we would see within the next ,,
arrived I I the deal that closed here last ten Kissimmee .STEPS
ban-instruments have just A. J. WILLIS OFFERS TO ESTABL1SII was year ranking alongside -
and that the boys are very enthusi- Tuesday morning by Henry T. Bass, with the largest cities in the state CITY
f t' .astlc. now over the prospect of a !!I CHARITY HOSPITAL IF when he sold to a company of Sanford 'land her coffers would be buying with I
,band. That they are having regular I,I COUNTY AND CITY cattle dealers composed of wealth.
' meeting and practicing and.that-bey WILL ASSIST. Messrs. Whitner. Cameron and Chase, I Now, what will we do about Ut }
f fore many moons we will have a band :, what is supposed to be the finest herd
,I ," .that can furnish us with first class of cattle on the range In Osceola coun- WHO OWNS THE .
} music.> ,i(I At the Board of Trade meeting last ty today. / The thuds.'r.
;" C. F.;. Johnson secretary, reported'.Monday: night a visitor in the person The herd embraces some four thousand fore the
.' that; >the advertising" committee had'J'of.:A. J. Willis of West Palm Beach head of extra well bred cattle of CHAPTER UOUS. night by
t ,; ''l' just about completed copy sufficient was present and submitted a proposi- Shorthorn" Hereford; and Poll-Angu the board, .
{ j ,-.publish a thirty-two-page booklet and I tion for our city and asked the'cooperation stock, and the delivery will, be made .AND .GROUNDS? that the
that same would be re.dy.to submit of th.-'Board of Trade provided within the next few weeks.' .- .i a* ,
they thought well of his plan. The estimated price of' this Immense
for bids this Week. It is expected that :' . ernment
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there will 'be from 10,000 to 25,000-r lie stated that if the county'commissioners deal amounts to about sixty WAS'THOROUGHLY/,DISCUSSED : I
would make monthly allowance thousand dollars, which Is conclusive
.. I a AT-A: ho had .
JOINT MEETING'OF
Captain Swabey reported that he met of .$35 and the city council a evidence that 'there is good money in THE five years
t C and escorted Senator Fletcher,to hotel like amount to be at his disposal that the cattle business if properlyman- A. W. L. AND THEW. favored {
r and also to court house on occasion of he would rent a suitable place in the aged.. i, .C. T. U. lieved it .
his visit here, as directed by Board of city and establish free shelter and the !
,, Trade. I charity hospital, where all could be Another little deal In cattle was : A joint meeting of the AmericanWoman's Nelson
C. F. Johnson reported the meeting cared for who needed assistanco. And consumated within the past few days ;{ League and the Woman"I spoke in a
',of Carpenters' Union held here and he further grtofi employmentfor and Tuesday J. R. Bronson H. T. Bass I Christian Temperance Union was held when the
' ,as representative of l board: welcoming every stranger who comes into the and R. J. RollifT shipped 'about 500 i at the Chapter House Wednesday vied (.
them to Kissimmee and his advising town and can find no employment. If head of cattle, ten car loads to a firm night, at which time the question of then
they are sick, dirty, without home in West Virginia for breeding pur- J title to the Chapter House property to collect
them to their board of trade andurge I
Join he feed '
will shelter and
them ,
give The
poses. was brought up and the matter fully body.
** their members to join. That the
provide clothes and care for them un- Lawler
This followed
shipment was by another I discussed. I ,
board was working for them til they are able to work, and then he
This
to build the towns and they shod (I lot of 400 cattle loaded Tuesday There was an unusually- large attendance -
ing will put them to work and if they re- | and lect '
night Ed C.
help! the board to help them. I shipped by Whalay, of ladies of both the organ-
",. chair- i I fuse he will turn them over to the A. Carson and others to the state of I izations present and beside there were Orlando .
The president appointed as
', city marshal as vagrants and have the Missouri. : quite a number of gentlemen who state and
:'rnan o( the membership committee J.
7 mayor sentence them for j I 625' ed the
there
Wednesday morning the
"* were have welfare of the organizationsat .
W, Harris, and he will select the members -.< hews '
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Mr. Willis stated that been :
.of the committee to act with him' head of another herd owned by Bryan heart who came out to listen and ment, and ,..
:' 'in that capacity. following this line of work for many & Platt brought to the loading pens. offer, if possible some solution to the" findings, .
,'Fl I I years; that he has established an institution and in the afternoon were loaded and I troubles that appear upon the horizon. haps come ;:- f';
,- .T nn_brought the..question.tfT .: of this kind .
up atKeyWestandone shippod to-R. 'R; Selwayat"'Sheridan, 'When the"Vneertng: was called to or- whether :
e a Fourth of July celebration for at West'Palm Beach, and perhapsat Wyoming. der Mrs. S. B. Aultman made a statement new I 'j'
: Kissimmee, and after a discussion of other points in the country. .. Truly the eyes of the whole coun- of the conditions and explained a
'the abject the secretary was instructed He comes highly recommended front try are turned toward Florida and everyone all about how the transactions have board of
tIlt, nd out from St. Cloud whether :'! the Board of Trade of West Palm is beginning to realize more been made from the beginning. She here ::
or not. they intended to celebrate the Beach and the earnestness with which and more each day the'fact that Flor- stated that this .......rt oM v_n ;. -li.
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'day, and if so, that we would go overhand I he speaks of his plans would readily i ida possesses more natural advantagesthan bM"sii r to the W.:yC.T.: U. of have
+ Join with them, if not, that we convince his hearers of his sincerity in any other state in the union; that Kissimmee, with the understanding we have
get up a celebration and invite St. his work. instead of spending the price of half that a suitable building beerected, stance
''''. Cloud and all other surrounding towns The proposition is indeed a reasonable of a herd of cattle for provinder to which should be for a- rest room for to tho old i
,, > to Join with us. I I|I one and it seems to us that it carry them through the winter, as is the ladies and that it should never be ''
,, .1 "e. F: Johnson moved that a committee should appeal to the hearts of every the case in the northern states, the used ass place for dancing or card march of ;
be appointed to appear before business man and the necessary encouragement cattle:run on the range and graze the I playing She further explained that and we +,o
the;Council and protest against the should be secured and entire year 'round, and When the markets she had been 'designated as the frus- In thl* .
\, ,..NCfon'of a shed or shack in which ,I have the institution established with of the north demand they come I tee of Mrs. Hart to handle and dispose here when
'to house the new machinery for the out delay. here and round up and take from our of the property to carry .out Mrs' started and .
': :.light. plant and ask that a suitable How many fathers and mothers of ranges hundreds and thousands of cattle I Hart's wishes in the matter, and that : ed to draft '.
': be erected that. will be in Kissimmee today have' a boy somewhere every year. when the W. C. T. U. was unable to I same ready i
'+; *,, building with the other proposed 1m- out in this world away from When our cattlemen awaken to the I erect the necessary building on the lot' state '(., ".
the waterfront. Themmlttee home and friends and parental influence granted ,
.1 -provements on situation that they are only gettingnow an agreement was perfected whereby ,
appointed is as follows: A. '' and care. Would you not feel just about. half of the value out||. the A. W. L: should erect the building; handle our
tt : omas, A. A. .Tano and J. W. Iar-l j I grateful to the individual or the insti- of their herds, and decide to cease ,' and for the interest. the W. C. T. U.I There Is )
:. tution that would offer shelter and at. selling to the northern markets, but retained in said property by virtue of'1 i part to '
-.; Captata Swabey asked"'thaT water tention to that absent boy if he shouldbe instead establish a slaughter pen and i i their title to the lot they were to have ent bard: 1.
etors be installed to reduce the cost so unfprtunate as to need it? Then, market,the, dressed meat it will prove perpetual use of the Chapter House I deal more I
"' water and stop the reckless waste let us bear in mind that every strangerwho a source for more than one- industry,I'I for the meetings and such purposes ah bald for 1 "
,gee -tr. The matter was discussed comes.within'our gates, 'no mat: as we can show you in this explanation. they might from time to time require. just or "'Ut
'\\i- \ d referred to committee on munici'Tel I I ter how ragged and dirty he may be, It seems that after all of these' arrangements man or ;t
k improvements with instructions to h. had a mother who. love has gone A slaughter house would give employment had been made and agreements time from
.:take'the matter up at once with the I out after him just as your love has to a large crew of men to reached and the Chapter Hohse fair and
't 1counciL after your children, and if his misfortune handle the meat, a cold storage plant had been erected as a memorial that fair of :
V C. F. Johnson moved that the Board I has sunken him to the lowest would necessarily follow and that the A. W. League after acquiring the pensated t
:- .aL Trade goon record as favoring aectmmi..lon depth of degradation it to but the act would furnish employment for another title, failed, and the property reverted mission
., F form of government of a Christian people to lead a helping crew.; The packing house would back to Mrs. Anltman again a* trustee whatever n
.' . .ident Triplett stated that he had ,hand and gin-him.a chance to rise give another large crew employment I of Mrs. Hart vide for. a
''t.advocated that step for lire ears and -sbovv and-O'MI'eIIDQI.th.ditficuldQ add In connection with the. slaughterhouse Now that both societies are again active devote ", .
c ;;.. hope4itohavethe charter amended that surround him. and if our city can a tannery should be established ,and working the question arises work of the
;during the i next session of the leglslaturTeo .offer an institution presided over,' by: a to .tarf-th" hide and 'turn out;the'i as to' the status of title and the service alary for t a
. that Kissimmee could have aosssnission man -who understands> the manage-i i leather-right here. This mean work of an attorney and perhaps that When o' .
'.' form of government if she meat of-such work as Mr*.Willis seems'for'stni another crew, and we have of;.the-ft'court will be necessary to have a right '
1* :so.eV.lredy< .t'L ,.' v &..' t JlippeaN to us'that it is(but.the.'the scrub palmettoe that grow In profusion straighten out the tangle which seems the .. "
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.' ,>At &.Nolioa and Rev.. 8. W/.'Lawlerbohvwoke part of opportunityan&eatablishin all about; this Country, the root ,to threaten the.entire matteri _, but where, ; t
; >r .the.',movement and''a .of.Kissimmee this -of which produce splendid tonic add After{jw rather'' a- lengthy, but harmonious ,you : ,,
'special committee was --appointed a free shelter. to>all who i tha -.Is'fatsuperior'to: oak;,bark for meeting, in the matter doing al1t ,
;coUeetTdatsndreport;; 'at:a'future 'may ehaneet+eome, this. way, for "H.. tanning;; .a*'it Shorten*, the process .was.discussed from the'various angles,' sacrifice of j .
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.medt the' ndinga af the eomIIDIUee: that gtveth. evema': cup of.cold;.waterIn Very -t rt llT. ,So we have employment the matter was finally referred to At. and we 't '
fi The president appointed S..W. Lawler, My,name shall not lose 1 his reward.*, ;then for Another crew supplying' torney Pat.Johnson to take In charge 'suffers' a : { "
"Xr s:: Nelson an.lD..O.,1facnet., ; s,the.I : f Ithe tanic add ;and when the,leather and remove the cloud from titlsvested Keep the "
-.mittH.-: ; ; ) ; ; ,u Charles iuee'efjtVsttpa'wasamo' r'',ha.-been turned'out'we could'estab. Jo the:A. Wr.U. ..aad he greed' town missiait to ; ,
./.J''fto,r f1 ''tller' +buif reer'stnisebting\ :;,ihe.visitors" 1IteJmu WJldne.1" ..:' lIeu, still Mother industry.and maanvfecture 'd.rtake.to''perfonaa.tb.'taak at Jibe our-city ,, ; '
.adjourned, , ,41E| --r: ft;V' f ,W;, <-> "'day.,' S *< y> *.,.(to. :+.r.n "' ),,' .the.leather-- into" ,hsoeee;sad; ..earliest possible i moment-. , ,flourish. J' 1 > rc f"

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;FACE :2. 'THE, ICISSIMMEE: *. ,VALLEY GAZETTE: FRIDAY' ,, HAY' 15: "u.4' .;

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:' thereby furnishing motor speedway ,. a
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FIXING ... 1/ W.i
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north.: The extraordinary number of ._.. _ .
from motor lubs and Individual '

: automobilists in all sections of, Ours Watch RepairDepartment ;
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iF ", FOR THE BIG the country-these inquiries are now J 1 1c

running fn the neighborhood of '7,000a is the" '
month-iI a fair' indication of the I .

'throng'by that motor will come next to year.southern To apply California I best in South Florida. t": "

tt COAST FAIR them wHht good facilities for travel ]I Ii -i 4 INJARNEST :
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{i outside San Diego and make possible around f ,. and eel
. I. trip, one way by the Lincoln I Try us, : .
I highway, the other by the Southern -- i


" ::' Work on Buildings Being I i i bring highway the, condition it northern is thought roads of those necessary to the in admirable the to-1- ---. Work Progressing Nicely : '


I.. southern counties. ,' ,
The exhibit in the buildingsand
space Over State
: Rushed.
'; outdoor space of the Panama-Cal- '

. .'. ifornia Exposition: is now contracted :, e Watches Diamonds I
-,., for to the extent of 75 per cent. of ]I '
.. 'j the total arch set aside for exhibition ENLARGEMENT OF 'OFFICE
, '!' PANA.MA.PAC1FIC SI1C\N TO REt I purpoHCH These contracts are taken'' Guaranteed time-keepers;" Snappy Solitaires and SPACE CONTEMPLATED-OTHER

.'il t READY WHET THE BIG DITCH 'entirely by industrial concerns with a' all sizes--- ITEMS INTENSE
Mountings
, IS THROWN OPEN FOR national, and in most cases an international INTEREST.It .
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;; BUSINESS. i reputation, Each exhibitor is I I I

- compelled to submit drafts of exactly I $1 to <$75 $20 and Up is under many difficulties that our
.; San Diego Cal. May 13: ,-With the 'I what hI intsndH to show, in order that I press writing is done when the super-
1 he deviation from the
"/ formal by San Diego's Pan there may no intendent is away from the office in
acceptance of the work high standard set by the exposition: Interlachen. If our friends realize this '
j: amaCaliforniaExposition Southern California build official", at the outset of the wbrk. I I fully they would be sure to look up
on the big 'Che school children of San Diego
the items each paper they are in.
ing, the progress of the constructicnon i are enlisting joyfully in the "City | I The secretary plans to go to West
the grounds has received a strong
7 : -HUll/ul" campaign which attends .. Tampa next IStH"
:' ) : Wednesday, May to
., impetus .. i the udvanoa( of the Panama-California the home of that line local and district
This structure, representing the exposition. This week there will lie I Beads secretary, Miss I/elah Brightwell >*nd
seven southern counties of the state, )I addresses in all the schools by Paul' G.i stay there till Friday. Tampa''andy I

' t is the first of the county or state i I Thiene, superintendent horticulture : Minute West Tampa have many "fbalous workers -*
buildings to be completed It is an ';'at the exposition. .J, G. Morley, city Up-to-the and it is a pleasure to meet thorn
important feature of the entire architectural I members of the color
r park superintendent Any Any length on the once or twice a year trips to
scheme, standing; dominantly San Diego Florial association and of r southwestern district.
at the east entrance to the I of State Societies .The
almost the Federation /! I It was one of the 'live-wire" resolutions
grounds, on the spot where the visitor latter organization removed today to All Prices passed at the Gainesville convention -
will continue straight ahead down the I its! new quarters, from which the seeds f I to try to give three hundred
isthmus where lie the amusement concessions and plants and cuttings will be \ dollars this year for the headquarter'sbuilding
and the Alameda, along tributed to the children who are d\R-\\ so greatly needed. This

exhibits their part both for the sctVSbl\ l I amount was to be raised by gifts from
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,and their homes ", __ : the societies, each one being asked to
( down the Prado. f give five dollars if possible. Of course

The exposition buildings along the J To Out-of-town Patrons : there may be some who will not do it,
ift Prado are rapidly approaching com and therefore we need gifts from individual -
pletion. The Home Economy, Arts IINDIANSVOTE friends to make up the bal-
f and Crafts and Science and Education ance. Write to the state secretary at
As a Special Inducement we will refund Railroad fare to
buildings are already finished, and the any nterlachen'if you do not keenly realize -

plaster is now going on the Foreign customer within a radius of forty miles, whose purchases amount I i the ,need of giving for Christian
Arts, Botanical, Commerce and Indus- RIGHT i Endeavor in this way. Send contributions ,
tries, and Varied Industries and Food to $20 or over, between May 15th and June 1st. to Mr. George Cavanaugh, box

Products buildings. The administration 775, Tampa, who will in turn send
building, the fire station and the them to Mr. Karl Lehmann, who has

hospital, of course, have long been oc- FIRST TIME': charge of the headquarters fund work.'

Cole and UnleyJewelers < The Lake. Magdalene society of
+. But all these buildings are those of .. United Brethren hustlers have already
the main exposition. The significance 'given their five dollars for the headquarters -
of the smooth, clean floors and walls I building. As far as we know
w'H 'of-lhe!-Southern California building is this is the first gift:
that here is the first of the state and Want To PreserveGod's Mrs J. W. Miller, long-time leaderof
i county buildings to make its formal I 114 Broadway Phone :X89 Presbyterians in Kissimmee, writes

'' ; bow to the world, It heralds the completion they have given their dues for this
cty of the other state and county Last and Best Creation I \ year. Several societies
I -- buildings, mainly to rise about the the first being the Christian church of
r ," Plaza Intemacional and on'the plateau Miami. ..
lying between the Cabrillo and ONCE THOUGHT THEM INFERIORTO The state union stationery was -
ig Espognol canyons, dedicated to the TO printed this year, as for the two past

work of bringing before the world the MAN, HUT HAVE LIVED _ u' __ _. __. _ ____ _ ortes, by the Record company of St.
unlimited possibilities of the great APPRECIATE THEIR FINER Augustine. They give good satisfaction -

,y west NATURF- THEIIt PARTIN Club Women and PressTo MANY GLAD TOQUIT / Something extra this year was
In this great group the buildings POLITICS. the letter head stationery for district
r of the San Joaquin valley and the officers. It, has the list of districts
state of New Mexico are already well CALOMEL on the heading, with the-palm tree em-
h Washington, D. C., May 14.-An interesting Work for Seminoles
advanced. The latter is a reproduction I blem used on state letter heads. It
of the great.adobe mission at feature in connection with was a surprise gift to the district
Acoma, built in 1699 to replace-the the campaign for woman suffrage.: is Thousands Avoid Taking the Drug workers from the state union- <,.

Ip first church, dating back to 1629, when the vote of the Indians, who have been In the hedged in wigwams of the I I "The Florida press in convention and Use Dodson'e Liver Tone in We are needing news items fftom

ti Fray Juan Ramirez began his long enfranchised in several states. Everglade Seminoles, glints of light assembled is urgently requested by its Place to Their Comfort Jacksonville and some other' places.Do .
residence in the pueblo. The reproduction The largest Indian vote in any state from every corner of the Florida pen- the Woman's club of Sarasota. to help and Delight. not wait to send them because the
p stands at the edge of the Ca- in 'proportion to the population is in insula are focusing rays of sympathy, by their influence, in stimulating public secretary is out of Interlachen in May. I.
The Indians generally vot-
brillo canyon, overlooking the laguna Oklahoma. interest and action towards a better- opinion in behalf of the Florida I Dodson's Liver Tonic is a harmless, Mail is forwarded.
.. and the lofty Puente Cabrillo of the ed againat'woman suffrage when the ment of the condition of these original Seminoles! and see that a square deal I reliable vegetable-liquid. It is madeto Gtymore Christian church worker
submitted, on the ground
seven arches. Question was Americana. I is given these helpless, home-loving take the place of dangerous calo- are to have their annual picnic in May
r' :As the new buildings approach completion that they did not want their' women Believing: that many of the club Everglade dwellers in such a way that and among other guests will be Miss

plans will be made.for ceremonies other engaging elements in politics.opposing But suffrage there were in women; of Florida will read with in- before another legislative meets all mel.Calomel in large doses is. a poison. Reddick and Miss Bobbitt of the Riverside

'. similar to those attending the Oklahoma which has prevented that terest the messages sent over the wire danger,of a 'veto' may be obliterated, It is a mineral, a form of mercury. Jacksonville, society. Wish we' ,
acceptance of the Southern California: by a number of the clubs to the Florida and that these helpless Seminoles. may What II'does unpleasantly and very could go along. ;;r
structure' For this occasion there state from joining the ranks of suffrage Once lust "Mr. Shaw" but now**Mr.,
State Press association during the be provided with homes often with in cases of
C' came the 'supervisors of the oven states. Oklahoma has a large convention at Fort :Myers, I am gladto "NEAL WYATT CHAPLIN, constipation and sluggish liver, Doddson' Wm. Shaw," and always our long."' .
and. the timesuffrage'
., counties,' the exposition officials and southern population at faithful general is to
quote from the originals and to sup "Recording Secretary. Liver Tone does for you safely secretary marry ,
submitted those south-
Chamberlain{
many"metnbers of the San Diego was Miss Maude L. June .f
the interest aroused on
plement by saying of the American: Revolu- and 'with no pain and no
Chamber of Commerce all to sit about erners opposed suffrage on the "pedestal" Daughters pleasantly 3d. is ,
t: received with frequent It to be a real "Christian En ,
was applause.To tion. gripe. Dod son s does not interfere in
i> the table in the main hall for the first theory. "They placed their the deavor match," Miss Chamberlain baY't
Hon. S. J.
Triplett was given "The Jacksonville Chapter Daughters with regular business,
way
above any your
pedestal politics,
formal luncheon served in sutb'bulldln& a women on a honor of the from ing been a worker in Tvemont Temple oM
& The installation of the exhibits is the way their position was explained. reading telegrams of the American Revolution, appeals habits or diet.Dodson'a headquarters a long while.
Florida club women. Mr. Triplett be- Liver Tone is backed
convention in session.for
will shaft shortly, to be finIshed "While the Indians of Oklahoma to your up GRACE A. TOWNSEND.
t treat their women well they do not ing a man of strong convictions ever your influence in behalf of our Florida by a guarantee of "satisfaction or your
probably by September, that the May 11, 1914.LAKESIDE.
the side of the oppressed, has back," J. Z. Roberson the
+ flowers and vines may be fully grown want them taking part in politics and on I Seminoles, who are today clinging with money as 1 I
able editorials done muchto )
by the time the exposition opens on government" said an Oklahoma citizen. I through his : as desperate an effort! to their beloved druggist, will tell you.
s January 1, 1915, to continue through stimulate public opinion towards a I Florida as did the patriots of 1776 to Of course so successful and so reliable -
sympathetic attitude for our home- With the a remedy* has its imitators, but
i the Male Indians before the days of their country. uplifting power -
'r year. 'loving and peaceable Seminoles. Mr.Triplett's 1 these stores have Dodson's and will
The Rotary clubs of California have their civilization, considered the wom- of the Florida press focused upon i
e i taken up the idea of Fred Golding oft en their inferior in many degrees. In dramatic and convincingtalk these helpless and deserving people, not deceive you. NURSERY
the added zeal to the occasion. ShouldMr. I the time will be short when public Dodson never makes extravagant
those performed
r the Los Angeles ;Rotary club and days women
enthusiastically in the greater part of all the work pertainingto Triplett win ip his race for, representative sentiment will demand for these red statements. Dodson's Liver Tone has Addr,.,
Joined program from Osceola county, he will I been made from the first to take the
and the The males hunt- patriots of Florida, lands and the
the-east, Canada Great camp. were '
'. Britain about the Panama-California ers and warriors. It may be that the ).' be in a position to do much Florida.for these tection 'of the American flag. pro-I I' place of calomel. It "livens the liver," II R. D, FULLER t,
helpless native people of "JACKSONVILLE overcomes constipation agreeably and
r
4 Exposition The program is as novel Indians will vote against suffrage on I
wIr as is the formation of the Rotary club, account of their old time prejudice, I' Today the motive power of the D. A. R." I makes you feel good and if you are WINTER HAVEN, FLA. ,:
great Florida preSs is obligated by : not satisfied completely with it J. Z I
5 whose membership is restricted to one which they mayhawe inherited. I "Resolved, that the Woman's' City
representative of each line of endeavor"ttIImmdnlty This Indian vote will cut a considerable resolution to further the policy of providing club of Tampa joins with the other Roberson will hand back the purchase Grapefruit, Tangerine, Tar-
homes for the Seminoles of the ( ) to instant ;
The individual club figure in campaign states notably clubs in the request that the Florida 1 price (60c. you cheerfully, It diff Orange and Lue Gina. .
: serves. in South Dakota, North Dakota and I Everglades.The State Press association use its influence ly and without question. ,*"._.......:.
Roger M. Andrews, president of the Montana. A great many Indians have following messages show how in creating sympathy for the I It:t: Gong Orange. '

d s Los Angeles Rotary'club, will start taken up the allottments in severally general is the interest and sympathy proposition to set apart certain sec- CONGRESS ADDS TONATIONAL : t Writ. for Rica
shortly on a tour of the various clubsof in those states and have thus obtainedthe of the Florida club women with respect tions of Ine Everglades for the permanent I FOREST
t
the organization scattered throughthe right to vote. If they should op I to the needs of the descendants home of the Seminole Indians. Nearly 17,000 acres have just been I ++++.+OOUOOOOO+OU.Ho.to- )
the old monarchs of this
of proud race,
country, bearing with him a golden pose suffrage because they inherit the "MRS. C. J. HUBER I added by act of congress to the Caribou
held absorbing
who for 200 have with
'1 wheel, the insignia of the club. Between idea that women are inferior they years "President." national forest, Idaho. This is
the spokes will be smaller make another difficulty for the women devotion, their swamp homes "It is the earnest desire of the Tam- one of the first of such additions CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING<< k:
such odds.
against
wheels, representing the seven Cali- to overcome in several campaign uneven Woman's club that the Florida
pa I through congressional action, and is
fornia cities where the Rotary clubs states.It I "The Woman's club of Jacksonvillesends Press association shall take a friendly the largest so far made by direct leg- \\
are established. As Mr. Andrews completes Is interesting that the matter of grettings to the Florida Press interest in the forlorn fate of our islation.
his visit to each eastern city equal suffrage for women in a number association asesmbled at Fort Myers, Seminoles in the Everglades' with a Those who have followed national ,It
the.
iii there'will be added a miniature wheel of statese may hinge upon whether and asks the press of Florida use view to securing for them homes in'''I forest movement in this : -
r to the rim.Everywhere. civilization has removed frojn the ab- their influence in moulding sentimentand the country of Okeechobee, which they will recall that most of the country forests Five Cents Per Line ,

he will tell what SanDiego origines ideas in regard to their women disseminating information concerning believe to be theirs by right of government have been created through presidential .*. Each Insertion*
.
of the Seminole Indiana
that their forefathers the needs -
is held when
to show' the
going the
to world treaWith uplifting proclamation, which set aside, for J JFOR
in1916.. The expense of the trip, to the Indians lived their wild life in the and also devise some practicalmeans power of the Florida press in sympathy timber-growing or for water protec- ,
start in a few weeks. will approxim.i woods and on the plains. of bettering their condition.' with these homeless people, we tion, certain areas of the public do-
i" '. $10,000. The 'Rotary clubs of the coun- "LOUISE. C. MEIGS, believe the time is almost here when main. In however, SALE.
try will hold their meeting in House FOREST NOTES. "President""As our Florida Semincles will have lands Marchi law 1907/that further con-
sd.I. ton, Texas, in June, and a large faction r- one factor' of an intensely Inter- provided and the protection of the gress additions should be made no to the FOR SALE-Florida Fire & Casualty ,
national -
is urging that at that meeting the Thcre is a considerable amount i f ested mass, the Woman's Town Improvement United States government given them. forest areas in the states of Insurance company stock at 5.00 .:

: national. organization decide to meet yew in California, and makers of bows association of St. Petersburg Earnestly requesting your cooperation Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Oregon per share. Address Box 288, Kissimmec :'
,
next! year in San Diego are seeking material there for archery earnestly appeals to the great in so just a cause, wa remain, re- Washington and Wyoming, 19-2t-p> ,
except
The opening of the Puente Cabrillo, set*. uplifting power of the Florida press spectfully! through congressional action.
the big seven-arched bridge which Western yellow pine' cones, to the to use such> power in benefiting the "THE TAMPA WOMAN'S CLUB." Since July, 1909, residents of the FOR SALE-A: triple A Hercnlea ql
spans the main canyon at the San :amount of 6,377 bushels, obtained on forlorn remnants of Seminole Indiansnow It is to be regretted that the message city of Montpelier, Idaho, )have been stump-puller; good as new. Will sell I _.
' Diego Exposition, has more than the Bitterroot national forest, Mon- barely existing in undesirable from the Seminole committee of petitioning to have this 17,000 cheap. C. 11. Funk, Kissimmee.:

doubled the daily attendance at the tana, yielded 9,482 pounds of seed. The spots of the Everglades, a brave and the Woman's Federation of dubs) Mrs. added to the Caribou national forest acres Fla. 12u"I'| :
M grounds, supplying much quicker average cost of the extracted seed free race, one of Florida's most interesting Kirk Munroe, Chairman; beautiful because the area includes the water-, - a e

transportation to the city thanwas I was forty-one cents per pound. possessions by securing justice meerage, so full of truth and interesting shed of the stream which furnishes FOR RENT. ; ,;
a ,possible from the east entrance, although Forest botanists recognize only one before it is too late; by stimulating data, whIch was in the hands of the city's water supply. Not being ''I .
the latter is still used for vehicle ; cypress in the United States, Its sympathy and interest in those original our much loved :Mrs. Julia Hanson of within a national forest, the tract was FOR RENT-.Two-story house, cine; ,
? traffic. range extends from Delaware southward Americans which will be work Fort Myers to read in person, was not given over to unregulated grazing and rooms; large verandas; close In. :'
tr The work of demolishing the timber around the coast-Snto.. Texas and worthy of the calling of the Florida presented, for the reason that a changeof other usages which resulted in Stream Geo. F Parker. 19-4t
construction used in bllid1nethe great up the Mississippi valley to Illinois state press. program on account of the many pollution and became a serious I \ .
;' concrete bridge is progressing rapidly, and Indiana. It is one of the few "MARY R MERRILL;, festivities had caused those in chargeto health. The citizens of Montpelier menaceto FOR RENT-One1\ good store room1and ,
and in a'short time the fairway for cone-bearing trees which drop their "President""The rush the business and since the at several times subsequent to their, warehouse, cheap. Apply. to "'
S. E7 vehicles will be started.. Meantime leaves in winter. The heartwood of Tampa Civic association ap- club women's wires had been presented first efforts in 1909, renewed their R. S. Floyd. tf, ""
' ' finishers are smoothing off the surface cypress U noted 'for: its decay-resist, peals to the Florida state press in con in the midst of the morning's work tition, and the act just passed pe- Ie.'. '
and decking out the bridge to ant properties.The vention assembled to assist by their time was snatched, for the subject and the successful outcome of represents their- FOR 'RENT-At summer rate*-Six* I I
bring it'nearer a completed state. This Chinese national eonservaUorrbureau influence and sympathetic: ,expression. a committee appointed for its solution. efforts. room cottage $15; four-room'cot- ;
forms the main.west: entrance over *is considering reforestation at In moulding the miadi of those in power How much this great body of editors tags $12; unfprnl", ; "\ .
the Cabrillo t canyon and.the laguna the headwaters ,of the YeUow'. river, ,:so that oy another Florida legislature would have been impressed with Mrs. furnished rooms, f G. E.1'OO.u'Ii": : 'a :' r
t ad-.opening;;into ,the Prado at the The government report shows that this ,, a'' decisive action''may, be taken Hanson' : the lovabU " t C,1*" 1 r Plaza California Is presented' as one will ameliorate the torrents and cans and our Florida Seminoles be pro 4td friend of the helpless who has given : VETERINARYSUBGEON; DWELLINGS for ,

.of the:most spectacular features of theN a more regular flow from the now deTiuded with homes and that Florida,reobrds the best. years: of her life.to the uplift I Call'Fo' : z. nt'eppitto3L'T'iller. , .. '
tar a N.nfIry'. exposition.. *' ''* uplands/.It tis acknowledged, of 1915 will .bow'latr'p1a; .to these. of. humanity her very presence, ,with f ? : ,.::
i ricr -:. .Jft is towpreposee'tA7iaegeeral however,that this reforestation,:may helpless,people." ; y ,;- c .4 ? the plea for the silent Seminole, would. : .A.' Ft RICHMOND FOB S RENT 'OH':SALE ? l

.,,I :a pqnthe of a.program'for:outside not have'an appreciable affect within ,,",XATEV.ZACSSON;.. have touched every- heart.. LougtomanRoadPhone ,I store,building OD" .it

F'11 paid' ; .'construction. ,r " !' ,of a,,toast "bfetiaae/ of the present.generatf .,S S.- '!\'PnI1deat._" ,e,'' l ':I!.'<'MINNIE__ ,.. J : MOORE... .- .-;WILLSON.., .. ] '.121'- 0" -' Klsrimmee, Fla | XI"'C.; Brfltack'EL;1 t- #,..

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Hy,'they 'will receive{ from the_biota ,
AND Board'' of Health all encouragement 1

SCREEN and instructions; they will receive free UNIVERSAL ,PEACE .' \(Prickly Aab; Poke Hoot and, Potassium! ).,;\' ,
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treatment, free medcines-like salvation \
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46'' 1. .. ,. 'Prompt Power(uI PerBa&eatIu
all they have to'do;is. ,to -iccept ri .

it and be saved. teaeflclal .;. Bt-bborti Good
CMM rewlte'ere
I SWAT FLIES No man has a moral or a legal rightto I By,'EDWARD NEWTOf 1 (_ ere Mwllr yield to}P.P. P. lemur a-u cor..'' .,
become a menace to his family to ., felt ..ri.uwar erbea other.MdW reel Mete*row) '
wiled .. '- *.' -
h. his neighbors the community --, ? L

he' may have the means to avoid it... It The following. ... ..wa 'written by' ward by 'St,' Pierre and Bentham, '
is the moral duty of every Floridian Kant the world his immortal P. P. P. ..
to
Edward Newton Osceola high though gave .
ISADVISETyphoid .
oftbe
,,
,
! to tee to it thai nil food and bas surroundings on "Perpetual Peace," at ,
do not threaten,his health. school, and awarded first prize at the : the close essay of the century Napoleon was
When he control property, either a* Orange County Fair at Orlando last' overshadowing Europe with war. itlates' rich, red pure blood-cleanse* the' entire '

owner or as tenant it.is his duty; to winter over all other.competitor It, But the nineteenth century,saw a system-clears the, brain strengthens dlgeatlosi and nerve

keep it-tn sanitary condition. More read remarkable evolution of the' move ,A positive specific cJOI' Blood PoUoei and akin disease*
wa at the commencement exercise
thar/lhii I
Can Be Pfevented it is his duty to take every ment. It extended thoroughly
f \ reasonable precaution to avoid for by Mr. Newton one"of,the graduate organised wa and made practical; how. Drive out RtMamailsBi and $topa tile .-.If ends Malaria;

A himself tot those dependent upon him *' class, last'night. ever ifjost none of its idealism. The i* a wonderful, tonic and body-buflder.. Thouaaada. endorse it.
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'
By So DoingUSE and for his neighbors' the blight of "' opening of the nineteenth century saw
1 UNIVERSAL PEACE- F. V. UPPMAN CO. : SAVANNAH GAT:
fever other infectious
I typhoid as well' as of, not a peace society in existence, while ... lr.r
diseases. Those who have studied the historyof on the other hand the close pf the century

EVERY PRECAUtION AVAIL. Are you going to do your duty this our'present era and compared it saw nearly four hundred peace

ABLE-IT'S YOUR* DUTY. summer! or do you prefer to suffer the. with that of the past, know that the asosciations and ulli n..- The largest .
''ton-sequences? instincts of pure humanity are working of these is the "Interparliamentary wz
: FEVER PATIENTS toward one of the greatest reactions ; Union" which meet biennially to promote

A ARE GERM CAR. ever known to man. Slowly but the settlement by arbitration of

m ; RIERS. GENERALROUNDUP steadily the development of reason is international differences. The great-

removing the veil from the institutionof est step made during the century was ,

:' l'' Why should the people 'of Florida warfare and exposing the gore and the settling in 1899 of the "Hague I,
COURT
IN MAYORS
the wanton theslau..hter
carnage destruction Court1 since beena
''i G have typhoid fever when they don't Peace which has "
Isfv of the innocent, and the awful permanent court of appeal. So,
,c have to have it?
MONDAY MORNING waste of human life in the bloody though the close of.the eighteenth "
$ It isn't compulsory; it is prevent shambles of the past; so that now century was discouraging the close of
'
I I able. In its source its naturwRano'< its Christianity commerce industry labor the nineteenth showed that a wonderful .

f + method of transmission it is disguest- CHIEF TYSON MAKING A GEN- education eocial culture and the progress had been made in the -;
n ing even to the point of being nause- common weal are all against war, and movement.
'1 continues from to ERAL. CLEANUP OF LAW peace ?. h
.. ating, yet it year nations are seriously considering the i In 1888 Tsar Nicholas of Russia
a yeas claiming its victims by the scores VIOLATORS WHO RE- subject of. universal peace. asked the world powers to discuss the !'

4 4and: hundreds victims who might be CEIVE HEAVY Judging from past history, we know I advisability of calling a halt in the

& C> saved. The doctors and sanitists the FINES. . that when war La made a court of ap- race of armaments. When they met
standing like sentinels! to point peals there is a race between the nations '
at The Hague in 1899 the German rep- -c-;:; '
+' way to health and safety: are forced as to which shall have the best resentative opposed all limitation of impression was made on all. GROCERS TQ.HAVE .
?"; .* -to see the disease choosing whom it Monday morning a reporter strolledInto equipped armaments. This race will and 1 thus frustratedthe veral of the pastors were presentd '
ascertain i if war equipments
the mayor's court to
have been also made splendid short talks
will among those who might continue until there is another court, *
of the however it
plans ,
had coHyms;
rescued would. It's sad anything out of the ordinary vch were well received. HALF HOLIDAY .,
t if they patheticr because under the old one the right recognized arbitration as the best
transpired during the hours since last ) next Sunday afternoon, at the
mournful.careless n
l; : wanton and liberty of every nation dependedon method of controversies. I
wicked waste of life. It's not suicide Saturday and to our surprise we found her ability to secure them in war, settling in .. f\ tie place] and hour, there will be a
the second Hague conference 1907
.' i' only because it isn't a deliberate seek the mayor into business in real city : and just so long as the 'world stands .of the cia Service for bays and youngn The following grocery merchantshave
na-
thirty-five out forty-four
4. ing of death, but the case would be a style and Chief Tyson was right ; just so long will man strive for jus- tions favored general led by Mr. E. S. Hall. The sere agreed to close their stores on
represented a
parallel if a man were to walk among "there/ with the goods not figuratively tice. We know also that the vast sum of arbitration but I l* that have been led by this conse- Thursday afternoon from June tat to
obligatory
;
treaty t
speaking but in fact, as he had cap aied, I in the have been
after being laymen past
exploding dynamite warned I
out in civilization from "
X tured one full gallon jug filled withwhisky paid war* keep previous to this occasion they had II of virility and earnestness ande October 1st: tie
of location.
its
forty-two short pints In a case advancing; for the money thus spent; agreed not to include anything in the Water & Carson Gro. Co., "
and men'of KissimmeeIre
boys
fever is theN be build roads to cut young
; The of could used to ,
source typhoid "acte final" which was not approvedby
and a soda bottle partly filled with C. C. Dibble A Son
,
pop be the
congratulated
io on -
from the disease. The canals to found colleges for other opportunity
person suffering' or all the ; so this treaty was
whisky. powers R. S. _
that is coming to them on thisccasion Floyd..
method of transmission is by the that would aid humanity.
purposes not passed. However before the second -
All this he managed to capture and G. M. Taylor, '
There be
ought to a : ;
i of the Each with life of very
; transference typhoid germs with it he had the guilty ones who warship, a twenty Hague conference met fortyseventreaties I C. W. Griffin
f from the patient to the prospective were dispensing the wet goods at the years, requires an outlay of thirty- of obligatory arbitration had irge. attendance."PEACE Bass & Bass Market, ;
1 victim. These germs pass from the home of Lizzie Fa son, commonly called two million dollars. Since the Cri- been entered into between the nations; 'SUNDAY." J. R. Gilbert,
body principally in the evacuations of 'the "Jook." mean war the United Kingdom of two and two, and several cases had J, Julia L. Bass '

; the intestines. Sometimes, though not From the evidence it was shown Great Britain has spent two billion I been referred to the "Permanent The coming Sunday is "Peace Sunay" Dann & Dann Gro. Co.People's .,- t {
often, the disease is transmitted by that Minnie Hays hadsold to two poqnds sterling' for war purposes, and Peace Court at The Hague." Thisis and there will be special serve Market. w
t'' personal contact. They are carried white men a bottle of whisky and that this does not include the Boer war. plain evidence that the world is ad- at the Presbyterian church-on the ,

IOi on the feet of flies and they are left Chief Tyson detected them and se- Since the war with Spain the United vancing toward the time when arbi- bject of peace. TALK UP YOUR TOWNiDon't

. ?? wherever the flies alight. Those that cured the liquor and arrested the States has spent one billion six hun- tration will be used as a court of appeals !f It is gratifying' to note to what xdent -
make the trouble are the germs that seller. dred million dollars on her navy alone. ; and though we have not yet established the voice of the church has risen
If-yotnto
left flies in the food which Think of the of run it down. Jf not-
are by we vast sums money spent "Universal Peace/
of the
entered
Lizzie Fason a plea protest against threatening warM
-eat-we eat it if we don't know any guilty to keeping whisky for sale and throughout the world every year for, Hague ". -are -rapidly advancing i ex -ami-tit.--rn..tn n-of-t -| like it, leave"jt i j don't stay hereancTabuse r
I it As choose
rl. better-and once again in the intes- carrying on war and of the men taken the movement toward that lea that be maintained if long as you e
drew a fine\ of $50 and costs. peace may a'
to reside here
are a componentpart -
tinal tract of another human being, from all industrious employment for, you
Minnie Hays, for selling liquor, $25 end. onsible. This is as it should be and
of the and'are foolish
the chances are good for another fu- and costs or sixty days in iail. the purpose of destroying humanityand Had there been no objection to arbi- hould 1 be continued until universal place very i
.
to.-ee your own disparagement. Talk ,-
\ neral. Frank Combs, for selling liquor, $25 property. What book of accountcan tration, "Universal Peace" would have ace reigns throughout the world.
write in its
against Think of the up your town and speak
t The most efficient weapon and the streetWillsims.drunksnddisorderly. record their work? I been established early in the nine- I .
costs sixty days
4 typhoid is prevention. It is a thousand or on thousands who are slain in battle, to teenth century, bur there is opposition praise, and show yourself worthy of f"
$10 ARTY PEQPLE AND home and..friends... ...
t-::;" times more efficient than cure, say nothing of the suffering involvedin to every great movement. First mart your ILyou caa
and costs.
is about that bombardment where existing i I DIRTY TOWNS think of anythingjthat can be done to
y i a for prevention many Jim Monroe, $10 and costs. sieges and has a tendency to accept the ---- ,
t. ( times less problematic than cure. The Jas. Cornaty twenty days on street. shot and shell fire and famine, spare order of things; then there is a class (Fro Suwannee Democrat.) beautify or build up your town, go
steps in the line of prevention are numerous. Rebecca Thurman $10 and costs for neither old nor sick, woman nor child. who believe that war is the final arbiter doit. Keep your capital at home; patronize
t The following article from Health .
the flies from home Industry; keep your merchants
First, prevent Read the story of the French prisoners of national honor and that a
from the fighting. and otes should be of special interest tohe so they can sell cheaper; always
the faecal matter
reaching Eola Hunter, $15 and costs for fight- in the Franco-Prussian war, failure to fight indicates the moral interested. in sanita-
stool of the patient; next prevent that of the Union prisoners at Ander- collapse of a people. Again there are community get your-work-done at-home if 1 a
? flies from reaching food; next as an ing.Harry Mac $10 and costs in each of sonville, where men died of fever of the arguments that war.develops man- on. It deals with the question of filth possible; subscribe and pay for your i
uncertain terms. Those who
> no home don't' steal borrow the
11 additional wash thoroughly and of starvation, mere paper; or
' x precaution virtue
exposure ly upholds justice, rights
two cases. link Live Oak clean: enough and of It. If these directions
follow
; all food that is not to be cooked each slouching 'bones covered with filth; and secures freedom. These any reading you
John Case Geo. Turner wrong
killt' ( and ; to better sanitary conditions and town does not improve
and all the time and everywhere with dismissed with and you will see that the sufferingdoes reasons and others; similar to them are tempt : your
charged vagrancy, foolish waste of time and will it is not fault. it.-
his breeding places end the battlefield. But money your Try
'" fly. Destroy not on the military
advanced
by politicians by
.- la the stable in the manure pile and. warning from court to get): busy. even more terrible\ \ i is the suffering of class and by the makers of war i "well to. !ponder) the ease of Cleanllss Exchange. +

t in other filth. parents, wives and children whose implements. These three classes''form versus! Dirt as set forth here:. .. .. "
i The screen for Florida is a necessary hearts are filled with sorrow, hopelessness the greatest obstacles to "UnJversal ,In the "Press Service" the.State DEATH'S ENIGMA. .
OPERA "MIKADO"AT *rd of Health March 18th the subt '
,
"
I' means to Salvation. Screen the and lamentation on accountof Peace." "
/ earth closet screen the pantry screen the loss of loved oneS: Is not war Nevertheless, the forces which! have : of "D rt and Health" was dis- When morning dawn and shed her y.
wed the Notes
which the
kitchen screen the bedroom screen ORLANDOTO the barbarians' of settling difficulties hopes
' the way been working toward this movement ear of dew,
+ the porch and screen them, with the ? Is it not out of harmony are stronger today than ever before. ding public of Florida has read. AWn,thy clay and skies.of deepestblue .
{ full conviction that such screening is with our present day advance in civilization The prophet Isaiah says, ."And He e following taken' from the Bulle- ,-
1 ',but life- aver. BE "-* ESENTED BY LOCAL ? Even of science seek of the Indiana State, Board of with
r : a men ) hall Judge between the ntaions and Smjle 0'41'thy peaceful'sleep amtWail -,
n.we know that milk? i* frequently TALENT.UNDER; AUSPICESOF fame by inventing more deadly weap: hall decide concerning many people; alth, support la the .. contentl to. altdy I lit ray*, If:. -, 1
and commended ev-
vehicle "Of infection.! ,We know: ,that MENDELSSOHN CLUB ons and thus use their great skill for and they shall beat their sword into made i think of how were part thj
rt t water, ha much to do with the dissemination the waste of humanity Instead of using plowshares and their pears into person who is interested in better-' earthly day s; I f
of typhoid from the fact OF ORLANDO. it-to benefit man." How terrible pruning-hooks. Nation shall not lift health 'conditi

that dUet in Europe where the water -+- Man slaughtered by.his fellow-man: up sword against nation neither shall . -
k supply is perfect seldom number their .A great deal of interest is beings Of course as man advanced above they learn war any' more.." So is it .-- .. : : ::

f typhoid eases above ten "for each one } own in the coming presentation of his barbarian state he sought better not evident that a force mightier than

hundred thousand of population, and this popular light opera on the 15th of means of settling his disputes, and the human strength is working toward .
t in American eitiese the rate is not at the Lucerne Theater. The seventeenth century saw the unfold- this movement of "Universal Peace", .
,1 4 usually above twenty in each one hundred club will thus close a most successful ing of the idea of "International All Christian nations in fact I all I progressive Good fences---and lots them---will.

, l thousand,impure in cities where season under Mr. Forrest Dabney Peace." The evolution of this periodwas ones, recognize the advantageof ,

; the water is this rate goes Carr. Juridicial and political.&s well as J settling controversies by arbitra .
$ I from ten to twenty times as high. Nightly rehearsals are'now in vogue religious and social. Henry IV., who tion. Is it not evident that the same grow money for you. '
' There is another menace in the fact the stage work being in charge of designed the federation and peace of forces which have made former ad-

ly that about two and' one.half per cent. Mrs. James Laughlin III. and Judge Christian Europe; Hugo Grotius, who vances in the peace movement will ,
i of those who contract typhoid fever Cheney. The music is already going published a book on* "The Rights of make others similar to them until the '

live to become germ carriers that is, with a Tine! swing, promising the snap Peace and War;" George Cox, who glorious prophecy of lush is fulfilled T Fence off your farm into a sufficient c'
,I after they recover from the disease and spirit for which the opera is not- directed from his pulpit] the application God has written in history the death-

itself they continue to carry and scatter ed. Mr. Carr will conduct the performance of "Universal Peace;" and Wil- warrant of war, and though it diehard i ,

its germs' for an indefinite periodto with grand orchestra under liam Penn who put peace politics into die it must for the Great Almighty number of fields to get the.properr ; w,
infect others. his baton a feature which alone. means side of the Atlanticand wills it so.
f From these facts it is evident that much to the production. advocate" the "Peace of Europe," Civilization has advanced to where

this danger lurks constantly and un- The cast is ,,made up as follows: laid the cornerstone of the structureof she ban stand on the summit of of and the -- :
,* .' suspected on all sides to menace pub- The Mikado__--___Mr. Cestia Lawton modern peace work. The works of look back over the plains of time and ttion crops most .

lic hjealth, and from its insidious nature Nankl-PoonuMr. Donald Cheney these four men were but the estimate the value of "Universal

'no person can be absolutely safe Ko-Ko _______________Judge Cheney sions of the growing sense extres- Peace.'" Shall modern man, with his
.horn its attack, excepting by- unrelent- Pooh-Bah ___,.,____Mr.. Geo. Phillips brotherhood of man silently createdby r.dvantagescontinue'In the path trod advantageous--pasturing; and your: "

ing watchfulness! and care. FishLushMr.. Frank Gurnsey Christianity and though their immediate den by the barbarian T Shall he con- t. #;

There is much evidence to prove Yum-Yum ---- _______Mrs. F. D. Carr effects cn the world were not tinue to rob, burn slaughter and enslave ,
.J ', that some individuals are more suscUptible Pitti-Eing ______Mrs. J. B. Magruder large they have done much to bring in 'war? No; Christianity cash, returns each season are bound :

,. 1" to the disease than are oth- Peep-Bo ____Mrs. James Laughlin III.; the minds of men to the idea of a clos- teaches us "That if there be in glory '
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and that for them extrarodinary Katlsha ...______Miss Eliza WrightA far ;1
ers er-union and to a more friendly cooperation aught of god it may, by means
i ti 'i precaHtion* *" re imperative for escape. large and well trained chorus will different be attained, without ambition to increase. At the same time fences ,

But with all sorts of prevention in also participate forming a splendid The movement began in the war or violence; but .by deedsof .
line of sanitation help to check the peace eminent
the background."The eace, by wisdom by patience -
,, disease the real victory over it was Mikado" is universally knownas seventeenth in the eighteenth century century, went but steadily for the on temperance." Humanity Is going are an asset as they add greatly to ''
in the discovery of the principle of perhaps the best, certainly the the work of this to protest against the bloody : _
". inoculation. Without undertaking to roost'popular of light operas, full of most part peace cen- shambles of the past and strive onward
;L theoretical and not
discuss the bacteriology of this principle wit and humorous situations and tury was the schemes ideal of until "The war-drum ceases to the value of farm.
Though
,- it is enough to say that the coupled with music of acknowledged practical.Penn and Henry IV. were carried for- throb and the battle-flag is furled in any _
y method consists in hypodermically injecting excellence.An the parliament of men, the federationof
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blood of the individual - --- ---
intothe;( evening of rare entertainmentis the world. Then universal peace

millions upon millions of the dead assured all, and it is expected thata 0000000000001000000000000.fOR shall wave her banner over all nations We sell good fence American
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germs of'typhoid which for a period 'large number of Kissimmee music of the world. .
t .estimated to be about; two years, give lovers will avail themselves of this f ....--

;.1, ibelf.f' practical. immunity from the disease opportunity. SALEFor MEMORIAL DAY. Field Fence--made heavy and strongto

of this vaccination
The success SOUR, ACID STOMACHS.
On this beautiful Memorial Day
\ against typhoid has been of remarkable.hundreds GASES OR INDIGESTIONEach We come to honor our. dead. last. The prices very
4 'i '., Its record in the history Kle- are reasOn- f :
' of thousands of cases has been that sl : .rr. ,brtf.r'Oa For us they nobly fought;

'.' :l& /'only one-third as many vaccinated "Pape's Diapepsin" Digests 8,000 or Improve, restaurant doing For us their blood was shed '

1"" person* have contracted the disease as Grains Food Ending All Stomach an good excellent baelnen little: beet dty-location In Tis -artrfbute small we pay able. We invite you to call and see :
f More than this the dis-
r unvaccinated Misery in Five Minutes
has terminated fatally only one- .. When we place on this lowly mound
ease
For ale-a fine suburban

' fU") third as as many with times the unvaccinated.with vaccinated In :Time it! In five minutes all stom- home half of of twenty came beingOne acres about celery one- From Beautiful nature's flowers garden rare soughtIn us. . a

N persons ach distress will go. No indigestion land.'balance fruit land. -Price God's own hallowed ground.
method of prevention
this r
.j other words heartburn sourness belching offgas and terms reasonable.A :
t ha.divided by at !least. nine..,, the chance
-41, the disease. The value acid or eructation of undigested I Then honor our heroes while we may

'1' t of of dying this discovery from has been that it has food, no dizziness bloating foul condition.five room on moot bone..trete In excellent and the The years are passing fast

M (, the medical profession- new breath" or headache. I>- JbcejL.of. neighbor*. .-. Tha Gray''JJrilljoon be new _ --OSO eota-II-afdware-GO
given
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against the- disease Faps's Diapep8iS"lrTi6tdf6rits.speed And a memory only of this day ;
and mighty weapon
and baa robbed it of many of its in regulating upset stomachs.It An excellent farm on which Is Will be something: In the put. .. ..
Ie the surest, quickest stomach remedy a One ronnggrove, new hovee "
ri terrors. in whole world and besides it deep well, la fact everythingthat .
the j. 'I ,
it. has ; ; The seem as yesterday, .'
no years A
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&, value But unless like other it i*weapons,used., A* a mere I* harmless. Pi t.an'end to stomach "J 2' lent so.*farm.In the For Information A When these went forth to fight The- Favorite Store of KissteseeFlorida's )' ,f ,..
trouble forever by getting a large ? J
a* a scientific discovery : Side by side, in a line of gray '. {, "
ornament'or ( -
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fifty-cent case of Fane's Diapepstn and {
to be talked about it is just about In noble manhood's strength
only
from any drag store. You realise in Mr SummersL.k..1w i '
disease as the Ak *. might.
useful in fighting f
scar I ofFlorida fly minute how needles,*it 1* to Buffer ., ,
nebularbyp1thesis '. If th. peopl. ojI i i '
r ." will fight this disease in dead from indigestiondyspepsis or any Cottar Each year the line of gel 7 grow dim> .. .

r>t ...eameat. if even they will willingly stomach 81U'Ut.&lid disorder.most harmless It'--the* quickest stomach, ; (.Of PeafleU ,street eata.,:lDa. And thus in holy, loyal trust.' bow, ... i : ' : PA7rT'1'tt:
r With uncovered beads we Badly : BestNEWSPAPER t
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leading the tight;they win be belpIng-doctor. ,\ ,.thk.pond. ; F fSabieifbe *- "r'- .-"-,-- .t;.. '""- .,.... .-- And. play, thesa flower. on sacred, 'duet- 'V' .A" :['EY

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a y -4. .. ,. THE. KISS1MMEE VAI..LEY'GA'ZETTE, FRIDAY, MAY IS, ..1.1.;
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I AmericaMANUFACTURERS -- Use 100,000, Headut GOODS

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| the total area set' aside tor exmoillon UNI1 i.
PAUFIE SHOW TO HE I II 'f
PANAMA- I purposes. These contract are taken ADVANTAGES IN THE \

READY WHEN THE BIG DITCHIS I entirely by industrial concerns with a i CATTLERAISINGINDUSTRY. .I"'
THROWN OPEN FOR 1 national and in most cases an interna- ,

BUSINESS.San I tional reputation. Each exhibitor is .
compelled to Kubmit drafts of exactlywhat f ice
I to show in order that Cream Freezers
he intends 1
Diego Cal., May 13.-With the I there be no deviation from the A di.snatrh from St. Louis tejls the
formal acceptance by San Diego's Pan standard may net by the exposition I story of a great increase in the value
high
ama-California Exposition of the' work I of Florida i rattle taken to Missouri a :
officials at the outset of the work.
'on the big Southern California build- few months ago. A Missouri firm II
I The school children of San Diegoare I
ing, the progress of the constructicn enlisting joyfully in the "City bought a herd of Florida raised heifers Refrigerators "j
on the grounds has received a strong Beautiful." campaign which attends r last winter for $19.50 a head took
impetus. I Panama-California 1 them to that state, finished them on +
the advance of the .
This structure representing the exposition This week there will be { grain and sold them at $43.17 a head
counties of the state Paul G. a rain of more than 121.4 per cent. inn
seven southern addresses in all the schools by f Water CopiersMosquito
t is the first of the .county: or state I Thiene, superintendent of horticulture a few months. "They were not good' "

buildings to be completed. It is an at the exposition J. 'G. Morley city e in qualtiy" when bought yet gained \
important feature of the <-ntire archi- I park superintendent members of the h in flesh in the north at the rate of two

tectural scheme, standing dominantly San Diego Florial association and of ,. pounds a day. Certainly a" big gain "
the east entrance to the I Societies. The for the grain fed. w
almost\ at the Federation of State Ie Canopies ,
grounds, oh the spot where the visitor latter organization removed today to is They must have l been dipped, probably 'If )
will! continue straight ahead down the its new quarters from which the seeds twice, for quarantine regulations
isthmus, where lie the amusement concessions and plants and cuttings will be distributed i is j demand if They were not good in .

and the Alameda along to the children who are doing in quality when bought, most probably !1 q
Lawn
which are scattered the outdoor exhibits their part both for the school yards ut on account of the cattle tick. Once ] Mowers :
or turn to the west and proceed and their homes. or 'rid of the parasite and kept on tick-

down the Prado. e free pastures, or otherwise guarded

The exposition buildings along the o from reinfequation, they thrived at an I. i

Prado are rapidly approaching com- I INDIANSVOTE I t astonishing rate, showing they had a Oil Stoves Etc.
pletion. The Home Education I I good foundation for growth when circumstances .
and Crafts and Science and r .. favored it. Suppose they t -
y buildings are already finished, and the I I I had been kept At home, tick-free and .

plaster i ia now going on the Foreign properly nourished-would they not t. .
Arts, Botanical Commerce and Industries RIGHT i have done as well ? Perhaps even better :

and Varied Industries and Food l

Products buildings. The administration The dispatch says : "Missouri and : I It
r building, the fire station and the Ilhnoi- could,! use 107,000* Florida, } Prices Right
hospital of course have long been oc- FIRST TIME' I' (Georgia r'd l Alabama feeders this

cupied. I II. spring." How many could other grain t

those of dates Ube", If this ..:
But all these buildings are i I so many spring, .
the main exposition. The significance i how many the pring after and two :

r -of-the...*mooth,...clean flooWL and walls I. 1 yearn hence The meat famine is not
of the Southern California building ill itkfly to be overcome in a year -Or two. "
r that here is the first of the state and Want To Preserve God'sLast It is practically world wide and the

county buildings to make its formal south is the one section of the United I

bow to the world. It heralds the com- States that can raise cattle abundantly ROSS GRAVESHardwareFurniture E .
pletion of the other state and county and Best Creation | and cheaply. Cheaply I

buildings;"mainly to The about the lands'! are low in price in the because 1 '
Plaza International and on the pla- K feed in this section, especially ,

teau lying between the Cabrillo and ONCE THOUGHT THEM INFERIORTO ida can be raised in great abundance, j'

Kspognol canyons, dedicated to the MAN. BUT HAVE LIVED TO at low cost and in great variety. The :J.
work of bringing before the world the -: winters are not severe. 'Cattle need '

unlimited possibilities of the great APPRECIATE THEIR FINER '. I little protection from the inclemency. : '

west.. NATURE-THEIR PARTIN C/ of the weather. .

In this great group the buildingsof POLITICS. ;i Cease feeding the tick as well as the '.r
and the
the San Joaquin valley .
animal it infests therefore feed
; up
well
advanced.state of IJew The Mexico latter are is already a reproduction Washington D. C., May H.-An in- well with a variety of forage to stimulate ,

of the adobe mission at teresting feature in connection with appetite, and raise feeders of such F '
peat the the campaign for woman suffrage is i weight and condition that you will
built 1699 to replace
>' Acoma, in when the vote of the Indians who have been ", have more to sell the buyers who will
first church, dating back to 1629, In
j enfranchised in several states. 1 i be willing to pay bigger prices because
his l longductiion
-Juan Ramirez began
Fray The The largest Indian vote in any state Every, it will cost them less to fit your ..
stands pueblo. repro is in from cattle for market is the advice 0 i C''" viCICIC'ti0 | MC"I- .
-proportion to the population offer- < I .OIOIOIOIO '
the edge of the Ca Insult :+:-+';'+-:-+O>+; >+ + f
The Indians generally vot- ed. Southern
Oklahoma. ar"ers.s.eem rCely'to
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; brillo canyon overlooking the lagnna inter*,
and the lofty Puente Cabrillo of the ed against woman suffrage when the ment prefer to feed the tick, which they; ;
sewed arches. question was. submitted on the ground ,,. cannot sell at any price for itself LIGHTStY-LEWES:
that they did not want their women Arne\, alone than to enable their stock which
"As: the new buildings approach completion Bel:
plans'will be made for ceremonies engaging in politics. But there were they can sell to put all they eat or RANCH The ,
womi.teresv
SOLD TO
r similar to those Attending/ the other. elements opposing suffrage in practically all, into solid flesh. and ]
of the Southern California Oklahoma which has prevented that a'3 x>ne-thus 'depreciating the weight ot .

1 structure.acceptance For this occasion then state from Oklahoma. of suffrage !by Ida gjconvt the animal and the value of the hide. CALIFORNIANSIX I AmericanAdding

-.. the "supervisors of the seven states. has a large From all parts of the country comes
"': and southern population and'at the time the anxious advice to the south to raise :
_._ ange" rrtwiIIIJ.\I" ,..ufflela.ll. ....- ,s.pss W.VO .CTa*-dWd,fhnae i Hontn- to qu"hem more cattle. Raise' crops, say' these THOUSAND HEAD OP CAT,.
-! The rest of the trip is within the; e r
: that farm lands are advisers desirous TLE AND LARGE J /a
satisfying tothe as-far to see the'meat resources BODY OF ll
climate i is
perate zone! as !J con-
j heart's desire. I of the; country increased that LAND BORDERING ON
cerned. tl is to laugh when one talks'
', J rJa7R471171 of the.tropics in La Paz. I haveally actu- I can be turned into beef pork and mutton KISSIMMEE RlV.CIIANGES 1i.(4JI((

.',*> gone to bed there in the mid d e ofirience I thereby greatly increasing the ER ( ,
the day to warm." value of the grain or forage fed ; let
Jfff' The traveler keep learns fro mexliethat ( these cattle enrich your fields so that HANDS. Machine a .

.. I am in the business of building up the word "tropics" is made t:,o t cov- yojj can produce still greater crops of I'

; i -run-down properties of er a multitude of sins and the sober feed to sustain more cattle. Raise Bartow Fla., May 4.-Robert Day
; converting
\ truth is that the abuses committa in feeders for the corn belt or beeves for of Sacramento. Cal.\ has purchased the The Latest Adder + v
M'1; virgin lands into remunerative conditions tropical country and the results thatmitted home consumption, is the advice that Lightsey-Lewis ranch with its 6,000 t'r r

1 and of telling hundreds of follow would be the same if / comes from many sources. _It is 'the head of cattle located near the Kis- '
la my in any other part of the world I. As greatest opportunity that was ever of- simmee river the eastern boundary of Costs But $35
It Canadian friends where there are such he figures it, there are but two tropfever.- fered the south.It Polk county The consideration has

a ,habitations. ical diseases, malaria and yellow I was provably the most importantevent not been made public. This ranch one

w' .{ Bad habits, he says, are respor in the agricultural history of of the largest in the state contains See\our\ exhibit'atk,
ft' for a great majority of diseasesthe ,. and Florida when practical men saw how many thousand acres of prairie and for 10 days' trial
$ man who will live straightsafe is as much this state could add to'the meat muck lands, and has been owned by Q

in Panama as in Pennsylvan supply of the country through the es- Bartow and Fort Meade parties for a
Here
_Let me.give jfou an estimate of thecost The' writer confesses that he S dids tablishment Jacksonville its most number of ,years. la a new price on a rmn- :Now w.. mnke I ,| his offer so that
not do- Ecuador central stated that it is his patent Adder. On a machine thin offii-i-H .
Mr. Day
3 of thoroughly, his transportation point-of.-a.new pur- \ erwhere" may learn
IB
convertingt- our property Into trip was not only to sell goodsB.I I but market and being practical men, they pose to have for market faTTcattle every The rauJd. ull-slxe and InJaJUUlt. whutllil miiL-ulni. means t9 '

,1 i something! presentable. I won't charge a preliminary tour of investigiHe i proceeded to give concrete form to month in the year and with that by very latest machine, built Jh-nj --. ,
that he the idea. Cattle end in view he will purchase traction men who know In one of IIlargeal ,-
says came to nclu- tjle can soon be bought in a -
,
,' % you for an inspection or for plans forimprovement f Mon that Ecuador is in a nsient, various parts of the state brought engine and prepare for cultivation It U metal-working ahopa. Ten Days' Test

( : I have the (equipment state waiting the development o:f the here and turned into commodious pensto ,000 acres of the muck land which an Individual Adder in I I" "none's
r near future a development whic! will feed and will be planted to Japanese cane and placed on one's desk, close to \Ve
I f,+ staff of : rest income used to the will) Kindly place In
p'r J + .andJhe expert help necessary come when the Panama can al isfrom bustle and noise of trains. They can other forage crops as well as some the books and papers To talc lloone' Americandder( any'r.,
r?' l .1'4l to complete anything I undertake by :opened. He went to Callao .and be dipped i hare twice if necessary urnips. place of the central machll"1
t-' (1:[' ;I the time the contract calls"for it to be there to Lima. In doing this h ' .a plains, for the benefit station at Gainesville have office*
iT.;.b, of other points'A scale of'prices at this experiment and stores and charm-a will I- prepaid .
.done. mercial men, that he was carryinla ]If out new market will be established vary- convinced Mr. Day that the native cattle are where costly machine' Compare It with any non-l'lster
ti "j plan that had worked successelsewhere Ifullyal ing with the law of supply and demand will take on flesh as rapidly as other a luxury."v"n the costll.,et. Let anyone
rttng! to the capi ofK' and it will probably be published breeds and that the principal thing The -- use it See If ,any ( '
,'. f11 country first and there catchlnirital .thet for the information of cattle-rais necessary to Improve the Florida cattle ,price and Is due to utter simplicity serVe better than this.machine can '

* ;,;i I qualities of the country at the ers. This great convenience of a thor- is to see that they have plenty of put. Seven to our enormous" out Just sent. this coupon and .e'll
I J am reconstructing five different heart of things. From that poinreal t the oughly equipped stockyards at this feed the year 'round., keys do all the work end the machine. :'

; ...j properties: at the present time.and can trip started. central point should greatly stimulate la Each copied number +a:
shown
I The writer describes somethin''If of the cattle industry of Florida.-Times- TRICK GLOSSY IIAIR JnsT before up the for chectt- ,"d,
i Jook afbet' five times that many. the method he followed to obtair) buel.peo- Union. FREE FROM DANDRUFF Is made. addition 1'lea.e semi 1 1.1. all American Adding ,-I
news and get into touch with the. . The machine will add Machine for eh da)a' free trial. '
=-r ----s=--= ---- subtract and multiply a ,
pie and understand the real fe Eiings y

of the countries he visited. man or firm whose relations with the Girls! Try It! Hair' Gets Soft Fluffy II.With. anyone very can slffcht compute prac-. 1\se __. __'-- - _______ ,I;
"My first step after quartering!: my. commercial world are international in and Beautiful--Get a 25- :ent a hundred figures u. .h. .
; i It doesn't matter whether yours is self at hotel is minute. And the machine Street Address __ ,
a to visit the U Wiled character. Next I follow down the list Bottle of Danderine. |I -- u ------ \
never makes mis ----
Cy big or little pine or hammock grover States Consul" he writes "1111 e as- of business houses whose interests may takes. t'1' i.
I Distance is __ ___ ___.__ -..:..
9 V indispensable.: Hs u luallydo be aroused in what I carry and call I Countless otIceslarge h ___ '
field for hair that :
good or bad I can make it knows If you care heavy glistens -
, what
to do and
how to '< it upon them one by one. with and is radiant with | from'v._____ '
beauty _
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; better than It la. and is posted the ____ '
and
.i the cost will be on commercial I conwel- "My last step is to go exploring. life has an incomparable softness ands highest class of service tNuafsetered
ditions of his district. I would I like I mean that I wander about the city ]{; and lustrous Danderine. I 1.
$ nothing compared with what the fluffy try
that I have been look into ue
corned' always shop windows investigatethe Just one application doubles the I Gaaeaateed b, .
, property will be worth after I have and aided by him. But I do eounditions and limitations of the I j
of besides it immediately I AMERICAN
beauty hair CAN
it into abape.J not try to bother him too much. 1 He is local demand and try to get acquainted dissolves your of j I I "COMPANY CHICAGO ;
put
.' hard worked and is not expect dandruff. You can not have "
know everything. Always ke in the customers' themselves. I get t'
, __,___ touch with him and let him keep I tracknoth thereby the'current attitude of mind, heavy, healthy hair if you have "
dandruff. This destructive seurf robs
t of you and the result will leave and learn not what chance-J .
f * only have
the hair of its lustre, its strength! and
8etter.ask -me about it -(low. Just Info to be regretted. for entering the market but also what its very life, and If- not- overcome! it
., 'MY' next step is to go over cared< modifications should be made on my of D. G. WBOBER r
produces a feverishness and Itching I
'' fully in a directory the line the SDBHBGE HOEKGy.
tastes
i "r ",JW..U"c". dresses of those who names adline. own to meet or the requirements .he scalp; the hair' roots famish, .... r
handle of the who will
\ '-,. .. :: : my people buy loosen and die; then the hair falls out ...
But the distinctive subdivisions of, the I I have tried sell .
to .
{,\ directory are not always safe this never but 'anything. ast. Surely get a 25- ent bottle of s.cc..... t. Artbr L Doaepa +
d i4 fI :. 'Law a g d. way It gives me firmer Knowlton's Dandertne from Anal
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; 't' FOREIGN TRADE ( ;; found impression was made on all. GROCERS TO HAVE '
Honor [IrLORmiC Several'of the pastors were. present ,
J and also made splendid short talks ,
UNITED STATES '
fOR which were well received. HALf HOLIDAY

l (, I Roll Osceola High School On next Sunday afternoon, at the -
same place and'hour, there will be a
\ THE STATES SHOULn MORE! -I COUNTIES special service for boys juid young The following grocery merchants

1" .' PROMIJT IN FILLING ORDERS, ) men led by -.Mr"f.S.HaUThe_ services have aJT.!!:*c't'_ <> close their stores on y yThursday
SAYS CONSUL. The foFolwing pupils have been law, Ruth Herzberg, Virginia Fansler, i that have been tedDY This -consecrated afternoons from June to - -
id(" r 1 neither absent nor tardy, have madean Marjorie Makinson, Mane Ogram. : laymen in the past have been '
: -- C average of at least 90 per cent., Third Grade. I full of virility and earnestness, and I October 1st: ..
t, Washington May 14.Dur with not less than 85 in any subject, Robert Buckles, F. S. Ledbetter JN LIST the boys and young men bf Klssimmea Water & Carson Gro. Co., ,'
rv :l ing the last year/" writes Consul and not less than 9I> in deportment: I Jno. M. Lee, Jr., Emory Brown, Gor- are to' be congratulated on'the oppor- C. C. Dibble &: Son; -

\\1: ; Samuel E. American! at Flume, First th ade. don Bullock, Claude McAllister, .Sidney I tunity that is coming to them on this R. S. Floyd..

\ Hungary? "an maoufactur-I I A Division-Edna Cayson, Nellie Phillips, Julian Langfprd, Louise I o ("asiop.. There ought to be a very G. M. Taylor
fj' .i.;f' er of marine motors wrote several let- |I Floyd, Marie Harper, Arthur McCown Regero, Winifred Denning, Ruth Davis -I | larfre! attendance. C. W. Griffin .
' tern to this consulate asking assist- I I Elbert Crowe, David Cayson, FretYates Ruth Bowery :Stelma Bronson, For Government Road Ex- Bass &: Bass Market,

ance in engaging an agent here. The Edwin LaMartln. Johnnie Bronson, Vivian Ford, Margaret "PEACE SUNDAY." J. R Gilbert, r
-i I desired information was given, but .I B IHvision-Kosina Frunocchairo, Winn, Nora Lee Channey, Cora -- Julia L. Bass,
id\; ';, nothing has been heard since from I, Ruby Harelson, {Katherine Denning, Rutherford, Sallie Ledbetter, Katherine i periment Work j i The coming Sunday is "Peace Sun- Dann & Dann Gro. Co.,

.. the firm. 1 am now informed that one |,, Edith Floyd, Eliza: A. Cummins, Kim- McKay, Alberta Sullivan, Lula I j day" and there will be special services People's Market. ':.,
" motor was sold here and that the buy-; :j brought Oliver, Neva Lee Harris, Eun- Hansel. i at the Presbyterian church on the

q ::; er has ordered two more, which haven)'ice Rivers, Helen Jloyt Winn, Clinton Fourth Grade.A ( DEPARTMENT WILL STUDY. VA- I subject of peace. TALK UPAYOUR TOWN.

>i i! not been received The firm in America ; Gilbert, Ru th Starling,, Louise Young, livision-Edna Bass, Kenneth RIOUS SYSTEMS OF ROA1)) I I It in gratifying' to note to What extent \- z
-4- did not take the trouble to notify I j Glenn Benjamin, Odell Harrison, Roy Bronson Uly Chapman, Lee Churchill, 1 the voice of the church has risen Don't run It down. If you do not

.......- ,this consulate that it had sold a mo1 1, HanseU Wayne Walling:, Eustis Pekke) Charles!! Dann, James Dietz, Milton |I. WORK IN THE SEVERAL in protest against the thrpatiemfijc war like It. leave it; but don't -stayhere- '
c tor in this district, and only when the)]I Johnson Dann Milton Bell, Arthur Graham, Gladys Griffin, Mae Hansel, I STATES. *, inMe4c..,- fUWi--tI\e-r- f@ tn a8 .1-its : read abuse it- -As-long. you choose-. -- "
"' ci'stomer was in trouble did he come Flint, Elton Anderson. Verner Hart, Leah Herzberg, Charles I plea that peace may/ e maintained if to reside here you and! a component:
to the consulate. A letter advising the It I Second Grade.A I Jackson, Vera Johnson, Martha Or- Washington, D. C., May 14-D' tailed posnible. This is tut it should be and part of the place and'are' very foolish '+9 ito

t, consulate that Blank had bought a Division-Alice Buzza; Corinne das, Joseph Sears, Thelma Sutton Ro- studies of local road building systems '1'should be continued until universal see your own disparagement. Talk '

:, motor and asking assistance in case Bass, Janet Graves, Carrie Belle Hans- I berta Roliff. in one hundred counties are now peace reigns throughout the world. up your town, write ard speak in, its k
;,i of need would have placed us at once elf; Alma Harrison, Miriam King, Ella B Division-Ruth Hirtzel, Velma being carried on by the department of,. i praise, and show yourself worthy of
,, #- in touch with the customer. May Owens, Ainta Powers, Madge Hudson. Horace Dann, Lucy Lupfer, agriculture in co-operation with state DIRTY PEOPVE AND I your home and friends. If you can r

s\ ; :; "The first order was promptly and I, Rivers, Ethel Rodgers, Olive Ruther- Margaret Lesley, Robert Calkins. highway departments and local au- 1 f DIRTY TOWNS : think of anything that can be done to;

\,'" satisfactorily filled. The second was ford, Nellie Taylor, Isabel Lyner, May Fifth Grade.A (I thorities. The following counties in beautify or build up your town, -go
:'t placed October 1 and acknowledged Winn, Clara Belle Yates, Leo Canova, Division-Nellie Bowen, Pansy Florida have been designated by the ,;, (From Suw nee Democrat.) do it. Keep your capital at horns; pat-

;,t f t4 by the firm on October 21, but to date Fred Evan!!, Ralph Guffey, Clyde Harris :, Bowen, Cal'l eon Bryan, Harriet Buzza, state highway officials as 'those in I|j i The following article from Health ronize home industry; keep.your merchants '
,i( t the goods have not arrived. On December Harry Outlaw, Edgar Rodgers, R/ Alma Cooper, Fern Fansler, Thelma which the investigation should be Notes should be of special interest to so they can sell cheaper; always .
,i j I' a, 8 the customer wrote the D. Thomas, Dorsie Yates, Doyle Davis, Gilbert, Lillian Harris, Gladys Howell, I made: Dade, Duval, Leon, Liberty and! : the community interested in sanita : get your work don at home if ,
;1 t < t American firm and asked if the goods Sam Downing, B. J. Miley. : Irene Milton, George Deitz, Add Gilbert I Maribn. tion. It deals with the question of filth possible; subscribe and pay for your

',"' f" had been shipped. On December 18 B Division-Bascoirb Lane, Fred Jr,. Fred Horne, Maurice Wilcox I The purpose of this study is to dis, in no uncertain terms. Those who home paper; don't steal- .r-berrow the
'. r the customer received a cable in a Lupfer, Frank1 Crowe, Henry Sullivan, I Clinton Bass. I cover the points of excellence and' think Live Oak clean enough and any reading of it. If you follow these directions
,;\ .\, code that he did not understand, which Thomas Quirk, Bertha Witz, Delia : B Division-Ruby Grace Bass, Fran- : defects in existing local -methods of attempt to better sanitary conditions and your town does not improve
,J .' : rewired him to cable back for information Ledbetter, Margaret Duke, Pansy Out-' ces Krietz, Lucile Whidden, Dorothy building and maintaining roads which a foolish waste of time and money will it Is not your fault. Try It.-

1;: ?,'fj in another code. Had the customer Roberts, Mabel Plaetz, Elmo Griffin, will aid the state authorities to put I do well to ponder the case of Cleanliness Exchange ..
j. been in connection with this Wesley Weidler, John Graham Lois local road management on a systematized versus Dirt as set forth here:. -
t{ FL consulate he would have been spared MTARLAND SPEAKS Overstreet, Robert Schmidt' ; Frankie basis. The co-operating state In the "Press Service" of the State DEATir8ENIGMA: r;

}. this. expense and annoyance Although Woodall. i authorities have been asked to desig- Board of Health, March 18th, the sub- -, .

;;I the selling firm telegraphed that goods WfLL OF FLORIDA Sixth Grade. nate counties that present typical and ject of "Dirt and Health" was discussed When and sheds herears
,' had been shipped on December 10, they A Division-Charlie Law, Miriam exceptional features as to topography, which the Notes hopes the morning of dawns \ I.

,I. ;! have not yet been received and the Munger, Jessie Bowen, Lucile Down- character of road materials methodsof reading public of Florida haa read. dew and skies of
Above thy ',.u: delay has caused the loss of the sale LAUDS THE STATE AT LARGE ing, Alberta Anderson. construction- maintenance, ad- The following, taken from the Bulletin blue .

of four motors. Despite the fact that FOR. USING FORETHOUGHTIN B Division-Elmer Hinckley, Law- ministrative organization, methods of of" the Indiana State Board of with- ,sun.,
Smile o'er
thy peacefaJaleep
.. ** the firm wrote that it bad the motors rence .Parker, Harold Flint road financing, and traffic conditions. Health, supports the. contention already "
&t in stock on,.October 21, it did not take TilE PROVISION OF Seventh-Grade. From.these lists 100 counties will be made, and is commended to every Waipt trn-k ow'w.l'f t\r': t
of f
I. the trouble to ship them until December ; ,. PLAYGROUNDS. A Division-Allie May Cummins. selected'and' in these counties the division person..who Is interested in better earthly days .,- *
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; 10. TI e'coropan domestic) cannot'' B Division-Raymond Benden, of road economics will make Intensive Inf.health' conditions everywhere: .. rainfllled clouds; swim lt; I
When through
business' C.! 14. J. '
::1" do with its custom* Washington, D.. May Stratton Story Neva Brown studies. reason we have BO many dirty '
: the ether sea, : .. o ,
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ers in (his tardy fashion. Horace McFarland of Harrisburg( Pa., towns is-because'' there I are.so many "
Eighth Grade. This investigation is prompted by And 'lose'their) burden b'. 'the"rth
president of the American Civic association dirty -people. Some towns stink but .
"Especial attention should always Sadie Bryan, Katherine Jackson, I the fact that there is et presentverylittle i and the, .- w
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in todayon
was Washington in such the Inhabitants stink first. No
"* ); f be given to foreign customers for the Gertrude Stanford to the most' effec- When, flood 'the vast and
McKay, Margaret I knowledge as heavy o'er
his from Florida to his home.In
way town is in itself bad it is the
people
J t-1- distance from the source of supply is ; -
\\Ii l interview he spoke enthusias- Flora Weidler, Mary Howell, Ruby tive and economicar methods by which I( thirsty earth'c..
' an who bad. The town is mirror,
'It'J:1 always a hindrance to the development Christine Bass can develop.Its-r ad At are a Sinks and touches thee will thy
of the in whichthe Ivey, Ivey, Margaret a county deep ,
tically manner\ It reflects the people. A man who Is
e h of trade, and the further away of I<
local
Charlie Harris Bert the methods financing birth
Rqgero, Bradley present new
cities in. Florida being
many are clean in mind will be clean in
the customer the more promptly his Wells, Harold Hinckley. road improvements vary from callingon person; Into- the spheres unknown re pay1 the 'Y 's
with particular for park ?
planned care
he will have clean front and
little
X orders should be filled. It is of farmers for a certain number ofdays' a yard a lifeThat .
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fI' benefit for a company to send catalogues and playground areas. High School. labor in lieu of road tax, or clean back yard. thou hast to greed its toil '
a given ,
', and Utters to obtain business "The people of Florida, said Mr. Ninth Grade-Edna Calkins, Laura "A littered dooryard and a dilapi- *" '
of in road strife
the county prisoners and "
1 McFarland, "are realizing before it is Thomas. use dated house reflect littered and dilapidated -
after the orders to a -
and then, come,
< too late that park and playgroundareas Tenth Grade-Frank Calkins, Orpha construction, to bond issues or main- mind. It is not thee mayhapa thou cans't potdie
carelessness.
lose the t
through
.. trade license ,
tenance of roads from dram-shop -
'1 1l "It is not only the-loss of one firm must be secured promptly and Rose. "Some towns, yes, many towns, have ;
funds. soul immortal all time defy
.' developed at once, or preserved for Eleventh Grade-Nina Bratton, Mil- flies them. They have flies them Thy can ,
that ?is"material, but such inattention on on
all of
Winn. The department will study Shall here return to dwel lin fairer
future of adults and children. dred
has a detrimental affect on all Ameri- use because they are dirty. They are ungodly -
with the view to determining form-
these -
"City planning is make a strong appeal -, Twelfth Grade-Nellie Calkins, Al- systems I
for that
makes it difficult reason.
: can business and more very -
'ifi I I what system or combination In worthier state higher
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to Florida cities and I look to ice Stute. purpose t
"A town have several churches
Consuls .
,i'i'f', for others to get a start. of systems works best in actual prac- may born. t
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'an increased and intelligent in-
cannot, of course, urge people. very and many church-going people but if
Then be erstwhile thoudldl'tlead
import American wares when they terest in1 city planning in all parts of tise.There it is dirty and stinks it is ungodly it-so
4 ANNUAL HONOR ROLL is, moreover, at present no
,( the state. It is the sensible way to* their works shall know them."
others
their "By
have to '
profits ye
... seen go standard system of keeping accounts A life not worthy, nor of glorious ',
__ :through the failure of the Americans proceed. We individuals develop our j 1 for road-building and maintenance, Of course; how else can they be deed. tWill
Pit fill their orders In a reasonable business- operations' the needs of j I shown T I sat on the porch of a house
t* well of Why j -The-following pupils have made an .and AS a result, while some counties then these ills that thou hast ever
the future
; ; time. This is no new story, but if it shouldn't as build as cities today. in the']''; average of at least 90 per cent., with I'I know to a penny the purpose for-which in certain town one summer-- known - -
Is often repeated it may eventually remove we our not less than 80 in and not def- ing. It was ho: and sultry. To be all ualmowli-
I same way-according to plan? Flor- ',, any subject ,,I money was spent, others have no I even-1 dary oblivion cast
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.. i"a. the cause of its existence. ida is a wonderful state and is doing 'I|i' less than 90 in deportment: inite check or reporting system.I once the air in a would while bear a gentle foul odors, In thy futurity? \ '
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Fourth Grade. with the
I I Among various counties
" aPLEASANT wonderful It is encouraging
things. 'I
i ) It the outhouses I
was nearby
I nose.
BIRTHDAY PARTY. and inspiring to such zeal for the I I A Division-Joseph Sears, Thelma same conditions, cost for excavation i .
see.
\. f rv."Hd.' What kird of peopU are they t S3
t ------ attainment of the very best in city Sutton, Roberta Roliff, Eldred Flint, or-other labor anything but uniform, ..
" '!: Mae Hansell Leah Lewis of the ab- who have) such unoupilng| Are'
t Nellie Gilbert, the four-year-old life." Herzberg, and many counties, because I
', daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William |I Hirtzel, Vera Johnson.B. sence of definite knowledge, fail to use 'I thry Ftronlr-mi* t'l'd! and clean ? Think! II IIII

>,,'. Gilbert entertained a number of her I I Division-Ruth Hertzel, Velma ( local and cheap materials and construct of people so disposing! of their sewageas
I little friends at the family home, 121 Hudson, Horace Dane, Lucy Lupfer, I roads which are unnecessarily to poison the a'r and aloe make it i
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,' EVER WATCHFULA '
Margaret Lesley Oscar Bass, Archie for their or-Which 'I possible for flies to transport anspeakable -
? Main street, last Friday afternoon I expensive purpose I:
from 3 to I 5) o'clock. A number of I I Bass, Robert Calkins, Lily Rose Dann, I will wear out before the bond issues filth to their food. Why ahouldn'tsuch 1 I'
and cakes Willa Bass. redeemed. The investigation will )I people have typhoid fever They
were played candy are
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games
, '$ and bananas were served and every I Ii' Little Care May San Many Klssim- Fifth Grade. include a careful study of the use of invite it, don't they? Surely, everyman 1 I
I is the architect of his mule-
A Division-Irene Milton, Gladys labor in road construction. I own
little convict
; l little friend departed wishing Readers Future .Trollble.Watch f I I I itt
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flies
mee r fortunes. Foul outhouses and spell ;
Howell Ha Fansler Alma
Nellie the happy return of many more Cooper, In connection with the scientific ,
lHariet Buzza Carleon Bryan, Nellie i typhoid. Why have them ? The an-(
Ii:; (pleasant birthday anniversaries:About study, the department's highway en- I
"' Y twenty little boys and girls enjoyed the secretions. Bowen, Bryan Simpson, Fred Howe, 1 gineera will advise freely with local swer is simple. They who have them '
kidney 1 are not of-ahigh order of mentality. I'
George Dietz. officials and thus
:( p1 the 'event. as to improvements,
See that have the amber hue
they weak !
in and
They are righteousness
lye'
I B Division-Dorothy Roberts, Frances j' give each county visited the advan-
I"K' of health; Kritz, Mabel Plaetfr, Wesley Weid direct engineering impractical.Shall 1"s t
I' tage of co-operation, -
\ Results from western white pine The not excessive infrequent
l discharge or ler, John Graham..Elmo Griffin. supervision and assistance. the dirty be compelled by law
'!.'(oI" plantations three seasons or more old ; I Sixth Grade. These Investigations, it is believed, to be clean? Ne indeed; not unless I
-how an average of 97 per cent success. Contain no "brick-dust like" sedi- i l I
y' i A Division Charles Law Miriam their dirtiness threatens the health
-- will yield important economic data
'j\\ t I On averages white pine soil ment. Oliver and comfort of others. The Scripture
Lucile Ferris
( Munger, Downing, the benefits and
r bearing especially on
conducted for from --
rt planting can be $51 Doan's Kidney Pills are especially ,. burdens of.road improvement and says: "He who is filthy let him be I
.; .' l'" to $6 per acre. '. for weak kidneys.Here's .- B Di'Yiaion-Dorothy -Wells, Loyal i showing the extent to which financial filthy still." Of course; what is the YOU LOSE BY DELAY

proof of their merit. Lane Elmer Hinckley, Edwin Meyers,, under conditions use to do otherwise Compelling ,"he
;, m \}, the cereal has B. F. Rails, St Cloud Fla., says: 'outlay given typical A beautiful sanitary bathroom Is
, C. W. Post king Harold Flint Lawrence Parker. justifiable. who is filthy" to be clean in person
L. \, committed suicide. No doubt "There's "I' think my complaint was brought on Seventh Grade.A |II. state and premises a will not make) Mm dean a permanent investment and all the

' I 1,,:' c 4, a reason" byjthe strain on my back from work- Division.-Allie May Cummins. The heads o(, highway"departments interest- in mind and soul. Hell be filthy stilt time you delay the purchasing of ,
"J ing at my desk. 1 tad intense pains |I are manifesting great We must teach cleanliness to the untAesn. l
B Division Paul Benter Stratton
such equipment losing the
( in this you are .
cordially
'C. through my kidneys and the kidney Story. {I and are co-operating Than if they become clean and '
: secretion- were unnatural and too f r-. Grade. i work. These data when obtained will stay clean, it is-because cleanliness is use, the benefits and satisfaction to # -
< in also containingheavy - Eighth I be published and thus made accessible b dnved (rom..a .modem, bath_
./ quest passage, Christine Ivey, Sadie Bryan, Ruth in l.beit.nature.. 'trtbey'Wtaydlrt"ftti. -
II. BJlBMm'- .sediment. Deciding to check Howell Mary Howell Katherine Jack- to all county and state road officials. i. because'' they are inherently dirty- ,

J// f. \ \ I the trouble (possible,. t procured a ,.oIr"c.ttruda McKay, Margaret Stanford Fore won't change them. ;T/he/ ref.eon A"StandAl'Ct'paocfcm batdroora, I
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supply of Doan's Kidney Pills'and began .., Ovssie. :Winn..Non, : >. Drigrers, A SPECIAL SERVICE FOR BOYS we can not make silk)June'out. placed in.your home with inn*thorough
sing them.,-Relief lOOn followed ,Flora Weidler*.Marguerite Bass. Char.liejRogero. AND YOUNG MEN NEXT SUN of a sow's ear. ia because M a sow's 1 lawl'aad'sppraredplumbingbrattk'a .
I :3: ,Fir..LEe, HeWi, aneL-after I. had fiaiihed" a few- boxes .. Bert WellsJBradlsri Har- DAY AFTERNOON AT THE t ear. It is not silk. A naturally dirty regard for Unitary lllb's'

I was in good health. f\Tirn\ Harold Hinckley, William Arnold, man can not be made into a clean'man.lit ,
ri : ,Price 6Oe:at all "
tr : : ''7erisIdneyt ,remedyDoaKVKWney *- t AT X' 0/CLOCK. !
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: : .*- 'tn _tlM Same.*that f Ninth Grade-Edna Calkins] ,.MarieVWitharspoonv -- ''may be'sayed 'who'\iUeompUlh10wn -their I.THE OLDRELIABLE' PLUMBING' "

:)s I : :,i .. t' S.t., -- 't'", ,fi Mr/ Rails fcstf''Fot rrMUbarn iCo., ,*ro7i ;'', r.: t' Thi ..eifvicea> Ust Bunda .*afternoon MlTatlol1.uor.Dlrt7triU.ezIat; ,, :SOP >/e, isms( -1.A
,, Props;; BvRslo,-Hi. 'JV-TCMU >? at the Pastime theater led bJ'Dr. L.E.'Uyer'more , ... exist
\: .a NELSON :1NSURANCE AGENC:( Y'A. Crad.-Frank Calkins.} rah' 'SmpreHi" just -long' a. dirty people* i .11. ftiarliag. Manager. .. "'"nr (
,.. : J''jClarfe Celat.: Moae1.y>.i"'irr-'tv n was one of the most ; Dirty townswin sappei1rwhea'dean
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\. nBLIBJlED EVERY FRI0A OFFICE IN VALLEY OAZETTl nJILD1Nq, 'Imagine the disappointment of those visitor when, they discovered that'all f -
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''d/; W.B.HARRIS. .'0,_ _: .. .. y. I"" Own et rooms which would under ordinary c circumstances have rented for from fifty. "' I"

oS J..TRI1>LETT .. ... .. ." _' .;. .. .. -.. .. Editor cents to $1:00 per night wa.1 being Tented' at .from. '$5.00.to 10.00 and.in 'sang '

: __._ ,.... .. ---- instance as high a* $16.00'p r night ."J !BestSatisfies 'US "
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': One SUBSCRIPTION copy, six month RATES.: One copy, TinOn on* year. co._.1"-y, three-munthe-_...._. ..SI.BO. .4AU : We are very sorry that such wa* the case. We had placed confidence in .. .
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.. signed by communlrntlons.1; ; ; ;; 'rxcepl; from our authorlmed. correspondent.' rrtusthmritlVwlll br, be held up and separatd from our money in the manner described, yet we Our customers: are realizing- that Our '

.n..Ject..d not b" returned unl.-.. called. for I have a feeling of justice toward our fellowmen and had we known beforehand
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., (Entered, at- the---PostJfflce- -.. In-"Klsslmirio- Florida, an.. nt-con.l-flai.il. .matter.) what' we have learned since, this is one newspaper that> wouIcTnot have been policy is right and are giving us a large ,"t 1

,---- ---- -- -- ----- .- I guilty of beguiling the public into visiting Jacksonville under a promise that increase over last season., :

FRIDAY MAY IS 1914 there would be no advance in rates. "

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:: f now, atfthoirties not control the matter Shoes are shoes and when buy a"

IN THIS SOUTHLAND CATTLE IS KING.: and that the proprietors of the hotels took advantage of the opportunity and you ';'

advanced the prices, but I be that as it may. it makes a dark page in the history pair from us you are getting value receive I ', ,

I !I of the city that.will never be effaced, and those who perhaps gained a few d'\... .
We have frequently heard the exPte. ion that m Georgia "cotton ii king. I '
more dollars by their "shrewd practice"will live to regret the steps taken as ,

and we have noticed that in various .tate. the leading Maple product i I. classed the "burned child shuns the fire" so will those whq came relying upon fair . We now'hav r

_' as king becau.e of jts leading the bit but when yeucerne to the sunny clime of treatment and were taxed unreasonable prices for inferior accommodations a new line of the
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a j Florida, where ypu find .o many products that are clamoring for leadership be itWs'somewhat I shun those places and the injury done will hurt much more than the small gain Stork Baby Shoes-soft soles, easy ,,:
entitled
which is to j
difficult at first to determine just one '
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crowned as king. --..- --- -- --. -. .
of citrus fruits that are produced -- - ,I
When we consider- the enormous output .

and shipped from the Male year after year we I feel like proclaiming that the i j VIEWS CONCERNING THE MEXICAN TROULE. -

orange is king ; then when we see the thousands and millions of feet of timber :,! Dutton- -larrlSCO. '

that are being cut mt*'lumber and shipped from the state or used in the building I We herewith reprint two vfetos expressed by two men of nationwide'repu-I i

s ; and construction work year after year we feel like exclaiming that the pine tatfon concerning the Mexican situation today, one-from the pen of ex-Presi- I "'- ""
-I I dent Taft in Lesli'es, the other from the of Watterson Fitter of- Fine Footwear :I
forest is the king; then we turn; about and see the enormous output of vegetables j pen Henry in the Louisville ,
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of every kind and in endless quantity and he procession extending from j,I Courier-Journal, as follows: .,

.... January I to December 31 of each and every year a") d constantly increasing CATASTROPHE TO BE AVOIDED. WATTERSON'S PIIOPHECY. -.

we feefalmosl that we would be justified in r proclaiming vegetable industrythe Ivoulnvllli. Courier-Journal.) 4
iKx"-iT.-Bia.nt" Tsrr tn S.relie'I.. or early this i week J Mr.Flathers has
king of Florida, but when we consider all these indu.tries-and they are Strictly speaking, there is no\ dexl- the contract for clearing two miles af. _..__"_
Those of us who have had experience can nation. There are scattered tribes our Orlando road.
all great-then turn our eyes to the broad prairies over which range the calling themselves Mexicans. The 11 Orange CenterJJ
Mr. of Enid Okla.
I[ Christopher gave
in the tranquilizing of a tropical
herds of countless thousands of cattle, we are forced to admit that truly) cattle] quicker these are brought under us a call-Wednesday. He was.accompanied -
country, with a people not very different American domination the better for by his wife. They are delighted
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is king in Florida. i : them and for Mexico. Hence the importance Dear Gazette: Our thermometer with Florida all others
who
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t : from the Mexicans, who take nat'ul'ally of realizing at the outset that reached 96 for
,{ The citrus fruit requires constant!!. attention and the application of fertilizers I I high the past week and come.
to guerrilla warfare and who we do mean conquest and the acquisition 56 for low one night. The next highest -
at proper intervals to keep it up to the standard and not suffer a shrinkage or of territory; in point of fact, that point was 93. These were our two

i loss in would rather fight than work-that is, we shall aim after the annexation of hottest days and we did not have to UNCLAIMED LETTERS
1 crop.The'same northern Mexico, Lower California and put a tent out in the yard to keep
youjd rather fight and than work com-
V, is true of the vegetable crop, while the timber industry is gradu- I rjun Sonora. We should never lose sightof fortable as does Mr. Wilson at the AT THE POSTOfFICE

ally being thinned, out from year to year and eventually there will not Stand -know the difficulties that an army this fact, or allow the sentimental White House. Of course he has Huerta -
the and the visionary to set up any fool and Villa and Colorado on his hands,
would have to meet to accomplish
the stately forests that today can be found dotted here and there, and thus I standards and limitations of the Tell- which may make it warmer for him KISBlmmee. Kl.. May 11. 1'14.

_ -tha-ahriakage.gocs on and. the, industry graduaily loses prominence but with 'only ,purpose that we would have ingoing er-LaFollette variety. We have been than' usual. We are thinking of send- May Advertised 16. 1814/ Hat for two week ending;
4, into wit. the bringing- about\; literally dragooned into war. But we ing him an invitation to come here for
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cattle Allen .
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1 cattle it is different. From year to year go on increasing and multiplying 'of law and order. It woald involve the are. -not going to WAr for'nothing-; 1 I the summer, where we do not need 21. R.'H. Jl&ncock Johtrson, WalHo Geo.Alderman - -

and today where we have 100 head ol young heifers next year the with sufficient force of "All aboard for Panama," is but a electric fans andare not bothered with Alllion: J. Roy. Jnhnaon. H. J.
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garrisoning a Bloom, Mlas/ Morrison. Sam.J
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figure of speech. Some one interposes, wars rumors of wars except as we
;i number will have increased to 200 and it has not cost the owner comparatively every town. It would involve the or- "What about British Honduras ?" By read of them through the. papers. In Bradley Harrller.LeeS Muller ver (Special Mr. *. Jenne-Del.)

anything to carry the herd over, as the ideal climatic condition of our state ganizatoin of columns to chase the I the time we are ready to build a railway fact we are so far removed from such Urunson. Mrs Mason Mrs.
or run a line of airships in that things and are so comfortable all the Clara B. Victoria.
their mountain fast-
makes it-possible for stodr.'and more especially cattle tmgrow-end thrive-tKc I guerrillas into trackless desert I direction England will be no longerthe time that we rarely ever think .of Colle.Dobson.Miss Mra.Roxlr.Llsile.Redmond Hyatt. Mr.E. :J.

entire'! from the grasses and shrubbery that grow in such .abundance on all nesses and across British Empire, but a series of republics what war is (per Sherman). Gorman R. B. Sharp Mrs Rosa.
year I plains and the subjugation of fifteen Canada and Honduras look- We have just been the I Orace. Oeo M. Sharp, w. :1. (JI)
sides without the'necessary; expense of dry feed at any time during the season. don't whenwe ing to and not Westminster. counting : Oreirory.Vm.. Smith :J. B.
millions of people. I know Washington acreage in groves in this immediate Ovey, Madge. Winer. Stewart,
Our ranchmen have long ago discovered this truth and have busied themselves would 'get through, I don't know I That is a part of the "ManifestDcostiny" vicinity and it totals over two hundred I I.:I Jefferson.C.J. K.J. Wright Mr.
which to alternate EugeniaJohnson
wont
control of the various herds that through prairies and how lives it would involve I was acres already in and more going' James. William I Wait.
4 in securing roam: our many ; with the "Monroe Doctrine" in the political -i in all the time. Probably;: about fifty I, Johnson, Rebecca. Ward. W. A. )
fatten from the endless supply ol grasses that carpet mother earth with the don't know how much it would cost, and martial spirit of democ- : acres are bearing trees some of them B. B. SIMPSON.
but I do know it Would be a drag onus i racy.Time. i are past fifty years old and still bear- I I Postmaster. -
verdant green. and then the future would still be brothers time. There be many ing. Will you excuse us while we I
Now with the cattle industry already at its height and bringing thousandsand doubtful and still be a charge and a things ahead of us scarce,dreamed of take a laugh at those fellows who I NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ,
even in progressive philosophy. But, know all about this country and ,, '. ... .... .
say I. ( .rt of the ( ,
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hundreds of thousands of dollars every year into the pockets of pur cattlemen burden upon our government and upon I let us not interrupt the interesting that there is no citrus land out here. ;;: Fl.rl... : IIt.t1C

we believe that this industry it justly entitled to be crowned king of the our treasury. .I do not speak thus positively proceedings. about Vera Cruz, nor interfere A. B. Kuykendall of Brooksville was j i In ceased.re Estate. Osceola of; Martha County Nellie -. ,
without !some knowledge .f the with any of your plans. Mr. a visitor to our town last Tuesday. To all Creditor., Legatees, Distributee
i 'F1orida-indu.trin. but we hesitate to do so until we have secured a pledge from President!< Proceed Mayo, with the A. B. Wolf of Laurens, S. C., wasa j and all Person having Claims or Demands -
No effort to be omitted
derive subject. ought I work in hand and unston, old sport, delighted visitor In Orange Centerlast <, against said Estate: I
'4 those engaged in the cattle industry that they will make further effort to i You and each of .
r to prevent catastrophe like: this. we look toward you! week. Mr. Wolff will boost for I you are hereby no-
ell the benefits there are'in the industry from it before the cattle I i titled and required to present any
are permitted us at his home. i i claim and demand. which you or either -
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I ti : B. A. Watkins of Tunnel Hill, Ga., of you may have against ti. estateof
: ,' I to.. )leave- the state. COMMONSENSE. PARTY that be must exercise in the open*air made a short visit .with us early this I Martha Nellie Cole, deceased, late
: ,,, Now we ship the cattle north, where they are slaughtered and the meat ' AND,. ITS -PLATFORM.. every day if he is to keep well; and week. I of Osceola executor county of Florida said estate to the, with undersigned -

)t I ':'; ; back thus lose the industry and' the freight both he realizes that if he does not keep G. Allchin of.New Jersey inspected in two year from the date hereof.
shipped whys '
: to us. we pay (By Elbert Hubbard.) well he will be more or less of a nuisance his Dated May ilk WADEITUCKER
land with few back.; :
us a days -Mr.
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.dODdbeaide a new party. to everybody in his"vicinity and- r
. Allchin was on his way to South lt-4 Executor.NOTJjCE. t'
The truths it the oldest
; county expresses. are that he will fail utterly in getting his America to inspect some Invention "
Now let's reason together: Suppose that'we, the people of Oaceola knownto man. new
share of health; wealth and tappineaaAlways .'
His expressions of
.. decide'that instead of selling our thousands of cattle on foot that we will erect It is, ethical at once commercial political, social and ;relig economic Winners. unqualified by any ideas delight of doubt were Suites for rent-. at, .half regular- "

t a slaughter pen apd cold storage packing house, etc., and will handle all our ious. Commonsense folks do not borrow about the future outcome of our success price-during the summer season '
trouble or small sums of money an- in making town of Center 3.00 week $10 OO month.
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.7 'own stock. What would it mean to have that here) Could we not sell meat and Women vote the and same children as men.are No eligible one is ticipating pay day. They live within that people will be glad Orange to live in.- Mrs.per John; C. Silsby per Coronado Apply

'ti -_ 'as cheap or cheaper than the St. Louis packers who buy cattle her, ship too old and none too young: to join. their what means comes, pay and their are thankful debts, accept that CastleTUesday.Mrs. Truesdell. made a trip to Pine Beach, Fla. 20-2t-pd .

-'.!I ..them north slaughter and ship the meat back here) We would naturally save i Your past record will not count things are not worse. Mr. Flathers was an Orlando visit. Subscribe for the Valley Gazette.
tl\ against you, unless yoi are too boast- They cheerful losers, and cheerful
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? the freight both ways. With a cold storage plant the meat could be cooled ful of it.There losers are always winners.

f;4 and packed here just as well as in any northern packinghouse, and with all are no rites of initiation-no Folks who belong to the Common- s ::
Angoras to ride--and you can never ':.
l' ; the cities'bf the state market would be able to build sense Party 'are healthy hearty, hap- '
as-a we
up an enormousbusiness be put out of the party unless you py and always have all the money they
d right from the beginning. I hand in your resignation to your Cosmic need-even if not all they want. They

self. attract confidence love, success and
i Now think of the bi-products arising from this industry. First we will mention I Here is the basis of the Common- they succeed because they just can't Louisville Nashville R.R.

r the hides from the slaughtered cattle this would create a necessity for a senseParty Kindness Industry: Cheerfulness, Health,, CourtSSy Patience,, help Comomnsense it. folks know that every

t tannery: That' means more employment for men.'besides the employment that I Economy. duty well done makes the next duty ,

the slaughter and cold 'storage and packing departments would supply for There are two' ways, to live--just I easier to do. They also know that -
two-one 'right and If
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way wrong. those who never do any more than IP J qj.
__ _ labor=: !:. for_our community.! From.the tannery woulctjcome the leather a.splendid your life benefits hwfllffmfy oti are on I they get paid for never get paid for ,

v bi-product'which would find a ready market either in the side or could be the right track; but if you area bother [any more than they . r --
a and burden to [
worry a menace a
I Come, get in line and join the Com-
manufactured right here by establishing another industry. the world you are on the wrong route monsense Party! Be one with the LOwROUND TRIP

,: The tannery; would call for tanic acid, which the seVub palmettoes produce and will soon be "up Against it." ,]l people Kipling tells of, who do their ,
and
Everybody everything will have I I of
) work and hold their peace--a part f
f',. in endless quantity, and here we have still another 'industry, that of digging It In for you, because you will have it the time at least. Summer

f' tI I{ .h' palmettoes. and it. too, growing out of the cattle industry. Thus it will be seen gin in for to yourself.repine, Then bodily, when health you will be- 1 Are you with us? If so, open a Tourist RatesJACKSONVILLE
your
savings bank account and deposit the ..1
l ''!- that the further we follow this industry the larger\ grows and the more it expands. wane, and inertia and weakness. will dues! of the Commonsense Party-a ,

t For instance another did seize you hand and foot. dollar a week or more-to your own-
: bi-product we not mention .would be a
soap Weakness is the Freedom
\ only slavery. credit and watch the account It
.1 I; factory. From the offal or waste; would be a sufficient quantity of grease that is the. supreme good-freedom is'yours.: Remember you are grow.thecen- -T

\ IIahouJd be saved and converted into soap, that would furnish employment' for from self-imposed limitations. ter of your own local center also its
Nature on Your Side.It at. ls.l. .SST.rS
Cklraaonrmm $49 BO
boa.urer.You CLMuaI _
t another hoofs law president, secretary and __:::::_: OH.CO St. !' .! :::::::- : ,I
.. J crew while the and horns would be used in various forms of is the of nature that the world 1 the of soul. a&7a Lnl.vllle S1.S
are captain . .
( who is to I your Colorado .rt. OH.** n.l.t _________ Sao K..avllle _.. >!.*.
y manufactory so that there is nothing goes to WAIte helps ever person trying However you are always to. give thehighsign salt Lake G7ty7I.S.* Wladeeg 7TB Hv..sTllle _____ n..e '
f. If want to be well' ______
help you and eo- -perate with all other Yell.w.tne 8.M T.rete n 48.50 1..1..11. ___. .....
nd to I[ .-.rll..... _Il'Ilea.** .t..tre..l _______ 66.46 _
7 Who will be the mall and strong" keep so, barring n Kreaek Llek ___ sass f
enterprising to make the start "to enlarge this Commonsense Party centers 'know- ___.____ _______
upon collision with a 'benzine I .tll. .I**** Prteoker alas T.I... _______ .!.). ,
.(il' plan here outlined. Those who have buggy, Natureis I ing full well that you can only' help 1A.._.... ____ -.- MTa klatBe ___on IULOO Detroit _______v.__ 4S..i
the cattl will realize just that much more on your side It you prove that you :| yourself as yoq help others. sac Frs__ __ N.a. "Hjr-iO .;.______ 4T.+0 Ch..!..... .rl..* .
{ ( and every point here mentioned is not an idle thought but a bare fact and are on hers.- We should all be in partnership '' Ularler Park -__ 83.79 Niagara! Fall.. __- 4T.4O: .. Mamaaotk CaTr.- .**.
with Nature.
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TO THE SUNDAY SCHOOLS
; ,it ., some day it will be taken up and put into effect, if not by,onr people-it-will by J.Li.oIl..an sincerely trying: todo 1 OF. OSCEOLA COUNTY 'LOW RATES TO OTHER POINTS IN COLORADO. CALIFORNIA. AND ,"]

v :;t'.j some northern capitalist 'who will come in and reap great benefits from an your share of the necessary work of'r- -' >AIAI>MINNESOTA. MICHIGAN THE GREAT LAKES AND ROCKY" --'to "
of last
the world .Nature will reward in | Since the announcement
you MOUNTAINS. PROPORTIONALLY LOW HATES!' FIIOM "
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industry_that our people should handle themselves. Think this matter over, honors, money and power. week it has become' necessary to post STATE. t TUB A Af
nr : then' act it.JACKSONVILLE. Keepnatu.ed... Do not look pone the meeting. at. Kissimmee to ; '
't'. upon for slights or insults. If you can't Thursday, May 28. Let all concerned Tickets e..al.daily. Mar IS t.. Beotesake SO. Ra1rr. 11.11 Oct. .1. ..... ":

get the job you want then take the take due notice. On that date two sessions -
i, u one that yon can get. The only way of a Sunday school institute will) Variable Route to Denver Salt Lake .;
i HAS BETRAYED to get a big place Is to show that you be held; one beginning at 2:30 and the ,
1 OUR CONFIDENCE. are not ashamed to fill a little one. "other at 7:30 p.- ... .Colorado Springs Etc.GOING : j
j i The world need more commonsense I i It is earnestly desired that every tl-;

- man and, women-Just plain everyday pastor and superintendent in the I THROUGH ..... LOUIS RETURNING THROUGH
5 .--Wriad just gotten to the place t where we could point the finger of pride folks who belong to- theCommonsenMParty. county and..an additional representative VIcE: ; VKRfA. .LIBERAL. __. VERION'! ALLTICjL--;CHICAGO. OR
our Its sister of from each school will be -y,
{ to. city Jacksonville and say to the world that she present.
f was now The motto of the new party Is this Free entertainment' will be furnished
: The Attractive
;>** enough* to begin to entertain: company and together with all the lesser Do onto others as if you were the others those who com. Way f(-

u *'a ,t...:cities throughout the state; have sung her'praises and boasted,of, set, z'f.: The object of this meeting .is to discuss Three. . S.U..Tan. .h Tralu DaJljr: Ca4e..( .Tkre*. DI...... R*.te.
commonsense folks, .when In doubt, topics of vital interest to all Sunday ..3
accomplishment? until we had convinced the outside world'of mind their,own.business and if school and toorganize t
.J our eamestnes*. they workers To the North and
and ibejTibegan; to cut kwgiag glances at her. < do not know what to say, do not say the'' county under the International ,Northwest i :

when it When they speak of their neigh- Sunday School association: ,\for continuoue .- .- .
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a ;TheVcame time) the Confederate reunion should meet and Jackson- her they mention only thebest eon progressive work;Ia the up- THRR DAILY TRAINS' TO TAE 'eous.p 'TRROVGR.c Jlmw'- "

...; OW'put: metropolis*:was the honored hostess and she was to ' aO earning then* for Commonsense folks buUdinr of the Kingdomof. oar.Lord lOBXAAJIS.\.ranv'r .......l../.A ROCIC N. DINING KAIXArr.CARL', MODUST.MO alarrrBM. JlO DINING. OAR.ERf1UE ,
give -'' DIRT
know that none of us are so very goodcertainly and MasUnu- x ; .t\ a-! t : : 'frOB HAND.OIIW!
,:who.Came: withu'b.r'g.tes" a royal welcome. The Press throughout the state not good enough-to be put It will be appropriate> also on. this .L.UrrRATED .ooKUsm ON ALL SCMMKRTOURISTUBSORTCiLA1CLaJa ' .....; ,

.ce col after column of free advertitinc.. heralding the in ten case. r : T :- -- occasion: : -nominate to*>the state ex- .111EliNO. '\ RRIIRTATIONI" .. AND OTHKK, INFORMATION.. ADD.... S
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: : '.Coroinonsarisa Yatt-knows-that ecuUveeommittae. delegate to the in- ,.;" 'Iii.. r i""" t. = > r I.. "
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.' .. ........., : .d rooming Louses, the people from: 'aO paid of the must. not overeat .that he most give June. W. B.' WITHERSPOON..,"I" 'IM w.-.i'ir......c" ... "'"r-er1./; ) ai'l: ::;:
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V FRIDAY HAT IS. 114 THE KISS1MMEI' .VALLEY GAZETTE, 1 i, PA&E':;; 77], .

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THE' KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. School days'are over and the boys ... P..A. Vans.Agnew went up.to, Jacksonville ;
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.,Jjy .,., '. '" BallBENEFIT
fishing, bathing, boating and such Big Base :
t Published Every Friday By sports., N. C., Bryan Is spending, the d.yn .

w: *. u* iii.. I St. Cloud, looking after his political
R, C. Partin and'J. N.i\ Smith'wereamong Stanford's Ii Stanford's I fences.A j
I. the Osceola county veteran attending L
l Yr Y Ofr oo c- the reunion in Jacksonville' '. single white woman desires: work.
)last week. -.., In a private family.: Inquire of Mrs.
'WeatherReport A. J. Holt,, at Baptist pastorium
Mothers' day was observed here last 'I
E., L. Overstreet, candidate for
Sunday and almost every man yop met' $
Bargains' county,commissioner from. the Second
was,,wearing' white pinned on : .
; Following are the daily tern- hit coat. rose .district, was.in the city: yesterday,.
'
i f ; peratures-and precipitation as , .
J. 'M. Carson attorney-at-law, of
R C. Weidler Is in Polk county this
reported by the Government ; eel lin the interest of the Sunday >Ladies' Dresses Jacksonville. in the city visiting'
station 'at Kissimmee for the school work which he has recently un in the Latest Styles$ his parents and attending to business

r week ending May 14, 1914. dertaken. matters this week. DIXIE THE TREThursdaYMay21
I Cut to Fit Perfectly
Max. Min. Rain T. A. Maross. with to Alexander .Frank Vans Agnew is spendingsome .

I Friday u_.____ 89 68 ::__ Hamilton Institute of New York, was U342-Ladie.* Dress in Striped Pique The Collar Yoke Belt and near Fort time at Myers his, looking grapefruit' after grove,the
4n- the acocmpanied by *
Saturday W! 65 1 city Monday, ,
Outlined t
''i uu u his wife. Sleeves are with Piping of shipment .of"his fruit;; ,
.? Sunday..__._ 90 68 ___ Contr.tine.Color ----TPrlce $3,39'
------ ---- The friends of Uncle Bob
Monday 88 67Tuesday __... Karl Klaus of Klaricka was in the many
uu. U352-One of the Newest and Mosrt Stylish. Dresses in Rice CIo h. This Savage will regret' to learn that he is
and while here and
__ city Tuesday placed Afternoon Night
91 68
m --- ; Dress lying dangerously ill in this city, and
will
nice order for job work with Th.Vaey' Laundry well and give Perfect Wear. Trimmed with
a
Wednesday ._:_ 92 68 ___ 'I: Lace that the end is hourly expected.
1 ) Gazette. Deep Edging. The Dress it an -
Thursday _,_._ 91 67 .41 Price .
Overskirt Style _: $4.98We Only seventeen days more and the 4
Miss Marion King will leave tonight
Bert Drama of Decade'BREWSTER'S
OO 0< OOO ..O 0II1111111111111111 have made primary will be upon.us,:and the candidates -. Comedy Tie
for Atlanta, after spending the winter a Great Number of House Dresses of Gingham for of which there is a multitude,I
with the of Ernest Green and
family better wear. <.,.- f\f\ are awake with the birds and go to '
attending school. Prices op these- _<_75c tO .pi. sleep with the owls, MILLIONS'WITH '

The business houses have begun the Milady Blouses made of linen Woven Twill and Woven Jean. All Ed Hogan, who for was a -
i i usual custom of giving a half holidayon years -
b: [J THE LOCAL FIELD i Thursday afternoon during the Neatly Trimmed, hiving the Large Sailor At\ M O E? resident of Kissimmee, but who now

J summer months. Turn Back Cuffs and Neat Pocket_____ CO. makes his home at Loughman, wherehe
i Is manager of the large mercantile Edward Adeles
,+ .i "111111111111111 n " The Audubon society held its regu- Shoe house,-spent ;yesterday_here.
lar meeting at the Chapter House last DepartmentFLORSHEIMS. i..ia original ;role.

N Profit by Taylor's Cash Coupon of. Tuesday night and discussed several Miss Binia Smith went down to ''
hrF 21-St interesting topics. Tampa this week to have her eyes p i
treated by a specialist She was ac-
v' W. H.. Brokaw, with Griffing Brothers Among the prominent* Whittierites Low Cut English Effects. Tan Gun Metal. Patent and the New Palm. companied by Master Fred Evans, who Motion Picturein

the tree people. 40-tf here this week was Will Draifdy, one Beach Canvass. All I sizes. AI1 styles.I i goes to ,Tampa to spend the summer.

of our county's most prosperous farm- Pnce___.__._?._ $5.00 vacation with his, father. 1 S Big FartsTicketsTwentyJlvejQents )
Mr. and Mrs. M. Tiller spent Monday ers and cattle dealers.
in Tampa. Arthur Arnold a clerk in the post-
I Mrs. J. F. Cook, teacher ot* expres-- DOUGLAS. office at Chicago, was a visitor at theS. '----'

_- Read Taylor's.Caah..Coupon .offer. sion in Osceola high school, left Mon- If You Want a Shoe that is Snappy, Stylish and Up-t-oDate. yet Strongand A. Bogie residence, going TuesdaymorningtoDavenportwhere : ,
',, 21-St day for Missouri; where she will upend ugl _____ ..be- bee t
the summer vacation. all- -----$3.0.0 tO 4.50 a fine orange grove, taking advantage .
I Durable buy '
S. S. Griffin of Orlando was in Kis- by meant of his annual vacation to look after '
simmee last Sunday. Raymond V. Lanier announces in that and other property. At the meeting of the Civic: League
The Gazette this week as a candidatefor QUEEN QUALITY.We on the 12st inst., some seats which

t' Look f r Taylor's Cash Coupon of reelection as county commissioner have all the Heart Could Desire in the Way of Style and Beauty Mrs. Guy.Gardnn'. numerous have been in use in the Christian
fer. 21-St from District No. 2. friends will be pleased to learn that church auditorium, but which now are
in these Shoes. Patents Gun*Metal and Canvass.
Spanish Heel she is recovering' from the severe illness supplanted by others, were offered to r.
W. G. larding St. Louis was a Mrs W: T. Wilson and two daugh- to very low i in the Baby that she has undergone the past the society at a very low price,and

visitor in town last Tuesday. ters, Misses Nellie and Ruby last of Apopka Prices._--_----_Pump.x$3.00 tO $4.25 three weeks, and unless. unforeseen were purchased for use in the courthouse .
e All kinds of beads, the very latest were in Kissimmee Monday complications arise will be entirelyout yard. Several committees werer
., kind. Dollar Limit Store. 21-lt shopping and visiting. of danger within the next few appointed for various items of work, ;?
A refreshing rain visited thiscommunity ( and up for our days. and according to custom the society .
q A. H. Dunlap of Jacksonville was a very $4 15 SUITS adjourned over the months of Jane, .
last afternoon the .
:1 business visitor here Wednesday. Friday I L. S. Barnes of Louisville, Ky.;-Was July and August, subject to call, to
first rain to amount anything form
i Serge Worsted the guest of his cousin, II. J. Barnes, meet on the second Tuesday in Sep:
_. .
Cut, out Taylor's. Cash Coupon offer -- '
r 21-3t days.Jthis. week. .Mr.>>&mu. came_: ;
.t D. Woodbeck received a {telegram THE SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS MAN OFTODAY KNOWS HOW n '
e down from Jacksonville where he attended ToT.) T: J:Wit ;Te htd-arhli guest
t 8'' Ed Hanley, the popular Tampa Tuesday, 4 p. m., that a little niece NECESSARY IT IS TO WEAR GOOD CLOTHES IN ORDER TO GET the reunion. lie was highly' today Hon. J. M. Ceo; and two daughtare -
Los Cal. had died
; ; drummer, was here Wednesday. living in Angeles, AHEAD IN THE WORLD.
from tubercular meningitis. pleased with Kissimmee and atated Miss Vivian and Miss Mildred
1'... Walter H. Smith of Boston was reg that he would spend his winters herein and Matter J. M., Jr., and Mr. W. B.

1 .'.,. { liamsburg, Pa., passed through this the owner of.the 15,000-acre ranch and-
t" Harry Ball of New York was regis- city Tuesday en route from St. Peters- C. W. Ward will leave here next who recently gave' a barbecue to his 4
{ tered at the Graystone Wednesday. burg to their summer home. Distinctive Characteristic-They Carry the Impress of.the Wearer' Sunday for the north atid will spend friends, among whom were quit a>
Good Taste and Judgment the summer in the Rocky Mountains.It .' number from Orlando' Msrv Leo i is ats a
r ;R. E. Peters ,and J. W. Young, both Ralph Dennis of Baltimore was has been Mr. Ward's custom for the a big orange grower having' a sixty-.
(f Tampa, were in town last ;Monday.Don't .. among our business men last Tuesday. Blue Serge"Brown Gray, Mixed Worsteds. past several years to spend his sum- acre grove upon the ranch which has .
Geo. B. Schieffdin of Milwaukee was mers in the Alps, but this year be the distinction of producing more different -
er'\ '- at fail 98c. to Dollar see Limit our $1.60 Store.21-lt hammocks calling on the trade here :Tuesday. "Drop la cad Look 'e. Over." will remain in good old America. As things than any other place ln. r
0 usual he will,return abopt October. the state.-Orlando* Reporter>Star-of
'
l'' Good fiction for the summer. Read F. W. Menich, representing the Tuesday. 4 ;,
'$:! any book for lOc a week. Cole &; Royal Typewriter company, was in J. F. Sumner of Boyett, Fla., Is Will J who bas been working 'v '
several in the looking Colyer
spending days city
this last Tuesday the {
calling
nley. 192tM. city upon
. citizens and introducing this machine.Mr. H.: x C. STANFORD CO. after cattle and other interests, as engineer on dredge at Tampleo, .;.
D. Abner of New York was which his father, D. J. $umner, still retains Mexico, for the past ten months, -arrived
,. ." among the out of .town visitors here and Mrs. Burke Methvin of Kis here. Mr. Sumner states that in Kissimmee a few days: ,ago 5
e Wednesday. simmee spent Sunday in Plant City as while the family is temporarily living to spend some time with rvlatrrvsvMr.Colyer : .-
1" the of Mr.' Methvin'a parents, in another county they all regard Os' was at work when the fighting
:'l'' W. A. Montgomery of Starkville Mr. guests and Mrs. D. B. Methvin.PlantCity ceola as home, and hope some day to began' at Tampleo and with the other
1 f. Miss., was in this city the first part of Courier. reside in this section again} members of the dredge crew, took ...-') ,....
<, the week. v + fnge on.one of the American ships expecting i

Capt. Wm. Matthews' and wife of WANTED: to buy about 400 feet lawn J. HartsfleW and J. R.Person' of Stan Burroughs and !Scott; Dubose.of to return to work a soon a* a I
New line Laces Dollar Val., Torcheon and Alabama who have spent the winter fencing48 inches high.. Give description Moultrie, Ga.; wen in,, this city last Sumter S. C., were in the city for the fighting f was over,but shortly after.
shadow laces. Limit Store. in St. Petersburg passed through' Kis and price. Address Box 7, week as the guests of Geo. W. Per- brief visa;last week.,. Mr. Burroughs' he boarded the ship she welrIHId'anchor -
? 21-lt simmee last Tuesday for their home Narcoosuee, Fla. 19-lt son,of the Dollar'Limit Store. They formerly lived in Kissimmee and has and started for Galveston Texas,'

W. H. G. Scott of St. Petersburg for the summer were very..f.vorably.Impre..d ,with many warm'friends here who are giving at which'port he landed and cam. onto .
Mr. and Mrs. J.:'A. Ashton -iJm the glad hand. He Is Kissimmee. .
announce KJssimmee, and Mr.: Hartsfield expectsto nowrunning .
'r *. was Tuesday.Do a business.. visitor in.. .town.J.st. .. W.: t... P.Ulk. assistant' postmaster the approaching jmarriage of their return'here this fall and engage in a large cotton farm 'in South .IrBLACKW
of this city, made a business trip to Miss: Margaret Lee to Mr. Carolina," and has gained both,:in . i..J..KlliVJN..
-; like Robt. W. Chambers? DeSoto county last Friday'and Satur- J. Pollard Kirven of South Carolina.! wealth and avoirdupois since his residence :f"
Head any you of his works for lOc a week. day, looking after some of the United The event is to take place at the.Methodist Brock and wife, former residents in this city. Announcement has been mad. of ther:
1 Cole &; Unley. 19-' t States postal matters. church in this city in June. of Kissfmmee, but who have approaching marriage of. Miss Marguerite W
been living in Jacksonville the past These.pamphlets contain.statement! the charming and accomplished :: ,
J. A. Ryan of Jacksonville was here Several from town attended the The canning club girls will have no year, are ip the city looking after their from J. N. C. Stockton and D. U. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Jno..A. y
mingling' with Kissimmee people the gathering Wednesday at ShingleCrtsk more cooking classes at the Chapter property in West Kissimmee. Mr. Fletcher candidates for the United Blackwell, to Mr. J. P. Kirvin, a prominent -
first part of the week. cemetery, where the neighborshad House un'i! further notice. Brock states that he may decide to States ..en.teW.; J. Sears, St. ElmoW. merchant and planter of Darlington . h
assembled to repair* the fence en- J.OB- BERTA BRYAN build a {residence and return here to Acosta. W. H. Malone, ClaudeL'Engle wedding t1
Lace curtains Saturday, $1.00 valueat closing the cemetery. Canning Club Agents and A. M. Williamson sandi- I The will be solemnized at .
50c pair. Dollar Limit Store. Person I For Osceola County. live.W. dates for congress from the Fourth the home of the bride on Wednesday, -
If have not paid city taxes i
you your
.- N. Clifton, wife and grand- June 17th. sMies
& Rainey. 21-lt district William H. Ellis for .
r ; before ; justice. "
should attend to
you it say II J. J. Farmer has bought the O'Berry daughter, of Wedowee, Ala., came of the supreme court W. A. McRao Blackwell was formerly connected -
will
Doc Lightsey of Bartow was min books close, otherwise' you 20-2t property near the court house and down from Jacksonville, where they and T J. Appleyard, :Jr., for commissioner with the Katz dry good store '
,, gling among his many friends in this extra. cost. will make that his future home. Mr. attended the Confederate Veterans' of agriculture. as saleslady, and by her gentle Disposition
rCp city ]last Monday. Farmer has just recently come here reunion, to visit the ;family of J. W. and obliging manner won the
Randolph Young, the Whittier mer- from Georgia and says that he now Oliver. Mr. Clifton is Mrs. Oliver's Among the Kissimmee Masons who hearts of a large circle of friend in-
in
'! FOR RENT-600 acres good pasture, Tuesday chant-postmaster, and stated, was that politics the city and expects to spend the remainder of his* father and was a resident of Kissimmee attended the meeting of Knights Templar Kissimmee, who will wish her every y ?

all under fence. Apply to C. H. dry weather were the principal topicof life h re. a short time some years ago. at Orlando last night were Roma happiness. and prosperity in her ... Ii f

, Funk, Kissimmee. 2g-tf conversation in his section.R. Supervisor of Registration C. W. Miss Alma Griffin entertained her Thomas, H. C. Stanford, S. L. Lupfer, relation.TAYLaii e/'

' s JAW.: .. _ILFertKVOn Whitt ..er's leading Griffin received Ooocola county's quo- Sunday school class Wednesday after- W. A. Smith T. N. Clark, T. L. Curry
business men. spent Tuesday and Selway, Hr R. Leoch and Geo ta "Ofth&eandidate.dvel'ising pam- -llOOILaL the hom ..nf har...parftnta,...Mr.. and Capt. Clay Johnson.' They wereeeompA1I1ed'1)yMrr. :
'i Wednesday here. R. Goschel, all of Sheridan, Wyo.,were phlets by express from the secretaryof and Mrs. Charlie Griffin, on Church H CrStanfodr : .1
Mrs. S. II. Bullock and Miss Elizabeth
here Monday and Tuesday, Deceiving a street. Various
state yesterday, and is busy mailing games were playedon
t' tit C. F. Johnson of the Osceola Journal large herd of cattle that they were them out to the voters. the lawn, after which refreshments, Carson. After the meeting a most : .t:
will leave tomorrow for a visit to shipping to their home state. consisting of punch, cake and candy, sumptuous meal was served, having'
western Kentucky. Mrs. T. L. Warring came up from .were served. been prepared by the wives and daughters -
Rev. Chisholm will preach at ,jbe Lakeland to attend .the-alumni ban- of the officers of the lodge. at
,,1F The city tax books will l close' May Christian church Sunday morning on quet given by the Alumni association The ten-months-old babe of Mr. and Orlando.

18th. Pay up before that date ana the subject, "And Yet, There is No of Osceola high) school last Tuesday Mrs. James O'Berry died at the O'Berry Great i
"Brewster'a Millions benefit Coupon
i avoid additional cost. 20-2t Room" At the night he will speakon evening. Mrs. Warring graduated residence near Shingle Creek yes- as a
"' performance for baseball fund, will be
; "The Divine A'casure of a Man. from this school in the claM of '97 at 9 o'clock after ,
F. C. Whitehouse of the TimesUnion terday morning .an presented at the Dixie theater Thursday -
was in Kissimmee Wednesday in Mrs. Conn Hyde and little daughterFay seventeen"years: ago. illness of some days. It was thoughtto ,'May 21, for one afternoon performance ,. :
n1
r the interest of that newspaper. and Mrs. T. J. Smith and little Sheriff fngram made a dash out be Improving until a short time be- at 3:15 and two night performances {
y son, John W., l all l of Apopka, were in North Broadway at fore it passed away. The sympathy of starting at 7 o'clock.
Tuesday
a fifty-
t Charles B. Savage and wife of New Kissimmee Thursday, ,shopping and ,I mile clip that caused everyone to sit the community goes out to the bereaved "Brewsters Millions' as a play ,was -60NTEST- ''tW.A

Orleans were here this week and registered visiting re. Smith having some den up and take notice. He had a mes- ones. staged on Broadway for a continuousrun .
at the Graystone while here. tal work!: done while here. sage that an escaped convict had been Will M. Troer, editor and manager' of over two years. It has now

seen in the hammock in the northern of the Melbourne Times, has purchased been taken in motion pictures, with
m' Mr. Stewker and family have gone .AiSirge party of good roads boosters Edward Abeles, the original star In E WILL CIVET w t
r part of town and Sheriff Ingram was an interest with Harry Brown and absolutely free
Bradentown where he has accepted
to will leave Orlando{ next Monday In the role of Monty. This will be an .W .'
with the Manatee Herald*. on the way to see about it. The message Fred Kettle in the Florida Homeseek- a valuable Caserole nlne-pi.cs ,
position automobiles for a trip to Miami and proved to be false, but the sheriff er and will move to St. Augustine and, opportunity for the people of Klssim- bean set to the party. turning; \ .,
.*> Bntterick patterns at half price- return. This is one of the most inter- got there in time to find out thatit take up the business management of mee 'to se one of the world's best In the largest number of coupons 1 by '

''l; L' IBe patterns, 7V4c; lOc patterns, 6c. esting automobile tripe in the whole was someone else, and had it been that publication. ,The name '%f the plays in motion pictures and at the Saturday, May SO. 10 p. m. ..
lL On sale at F. H. Lawson's. tf country, and from a good roads stand- I:an escaped prisoner he would soon publication will be changed to Florida same time rive a boost for: Kissimmee I (j'1 '
4 pointf no more impressive object have had him in hock. Farmer and Homeseeker. baseball. The tickets are now on sale !:".
T. R. Moseley and wife left this aion can be found anywhere. les-I I at twenty-five cents each and as each
CASH COUPON
111w = week for Scooba, Miss., where they" purchaser is assured of their money's 1 10 1C 1 10* J:
'r j, will spend the summer with relatives. worth of the best to be bad in picture .
entertainment, full capacity house at -
Julian Montedoca, who 'operates a each performance should result.ANNOUNCEMENT. Cut -- ..
_ big sawmill at Whittier spent a couple SCHOOLBOY ._ ( This OuLfa
of days here the forepart of the week. SUMMER SCHOOL - - Good for lOc in merchandise at oar
WANTED. .
_..Mrs. S. J. Triplett spent a part of .store on. any "CASH" purebaae.mountin. dti
Beginning Jul7.6th to one dollar if presented
the week In Kissimmee and was calling ----- --
*+ on some of her many friends here. GOR steady summer, part by 10 o'd.clt p. m. Saturday ,, May-30,

time,, easy work. Must Mrs Conrad BrYan and myself will conduct a summer school 1914.
). '. The babe of Henry Aultman, who for of eight weeks in the public school building. M .
a period t. each "
is and be bright neatly dressed and (Only one coupon allowed. on ,
*_ improving
sick
-has been quite -
.. will, unless something happen,be well under (fourteen years of age. Bryan will take. the hip school' work. .and I shall"tau aUrr' below dollar purchase.) .1,, .
high school: .
< r again. Give ,references and mention. Rates : Mi.. Austin Smith wffl .openbiruBetr.4hrn ...,.... ,
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'"' j. i meeting'vTbe Woman's Tuesday Civic afternoon League. at held the a day andl' hour when parent One subject\j'._____--.. :.,;_ __:-$)ljOO per week' n0 andTu room "' TAYLOR'S[ !
.
'Chapter House and a very,interesting 'will'cOme with boy for interview Two to:four subjects..,.._,___..1--T l.25-pery:" en, "Saturday.'. Mai-16th..Uoma. : e .

t ,,,' : .session* was enjoyed; "by-all.-'" present.,,- "10 <::0 --. ,., --Good w.:-.,Splendid>.," More than four subjects.....r.: ..: ..___. 1.50 psx wes ,; made cakesJpiesv; ,: :. etc *.win ,be, . f.
.
Iwtrs.'' &rgentUi ,little &. ".* Alt tuition must .be,paid weekly in advance.: kept: for; ale at alT time .*".Nol: ', "
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a ',DR C".L. HYATT HOW TQ SET: AND YOU ARt' INVITED TO iiiluiisiiuijii. iii. ii ii,,' -H" II' >llr,1'S,'
and '
Physician
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f . ..BurnonPhone. I AnEND.WEDDING fresh : : : Attention; ; j
TOR Milk -
d ., OPERA TE IN UBA ; ,
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l IAce'l97' I KisaimmM -- \
.Growers
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Bet, 243 Floridi. 41 You are Invited to:attend a'not bl. DeliveredV : : : Plant ; ,
r wedding, and to take a wedding'trip.'On ,YOUR. boor ,
'
: great variety of circumstances. A June 22d-next, when the Florida : I '$1.25 thousand '
per
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DU" J. W. SIMPSON ( j hatch is more apt to be due to delegation arrives in Birmingham' at EVERyIYAY1Oca : pay ;
<< Iti | condition CI.t the eggs previous to that place at high'noon will occur the; : ; ; for Nancy Hall and Porto ; ; ,
rmN1'S1'( ; than.to incubation, although marriage of Fair Florida to Alabama. Quart .
.. .. ] handling of either factor will Ex-Governor Wm. S..Jennings is ex. | : ! Rico sweet potato plants. J.P
Upstairs to Kali Bllilthojl. : I ,' the same results. When eggs pected to give away the "bride." The .
Na.m.tol2m .
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r OFFICE: HOURS: I I J \ / I : to hatch, see whether the breed- wedding trip will] then follow, having Phone 225WE.
I ( I :301115,30p.: OJ.Telepbone ;
TK : Jun o. Ivr : .,!! .stock Is< kept under conditions for its exclusive use a solid steel train M SHANIBARGER
; No., \ f > (' tend to produce strong, fertile to Chicago, where the contracting par. ,

l> /( l ns In'the eggs, "if the' eggs have ties will attend the great conventiop. D. HARREUL '
j ; VR. w. w. CARSON .. .... I PINE CASTLE FLORIDA ,
> : : handled" properly before incuba Some of the attractive feature bf \\I | j jM "
t Ion. and whether the condition werji this trip will now be set' fo th: . '
# } DKNTIS'lt / during Incubation,, as judged by Tuesday, June 23, to Tuesday, June I I i I I I'M I I I t I I IH (
i < ( 1 time of the hatch 30, 1914. .
q 1 Office over Cole'H Jewelry Store 1 ( , ( { .\ daily temperature; record ,hould The devotions of this convention will i'
t Office Hourn: I\--I la, 1G 1 ::; I l kept, of each machine. The oper- be in charge of Dr. F. B. -Meyer of '" '
()I5r( ReitidfMirci' ;!:! I \ < ( which the machines have been kepthick I Chicago is a Sunday school] center, I Cow Peas! Cow Peas! Cow Peas! |

GaB admimd'rt'J, for ,extra". I lion .of t...-rk, I \ may prove valuable in the fu- I and the interest in this convention has r t

r i.. ,. ,, < /'/' cork especially if the brooder been keen over since we accepted the Clays _uu_____--__________--_ ___$3.00 per bushel

7 T U. H. S."GEIGER] .. ,-,'onJ. i an be checked back against invitation here. The three local years ago to assemble Irons _____________--_________---- 3.25 per bushel I'i '.
.' J AMI 8URUBOM 1 : / i h" -t" of the incubator. >, executive committee is
I'lIYMICIAN i '
Citizens Bank Building ( : I K\; ')';; poultry raiser who contem well organized and has been holding Unknowns ____-._____unn_ 3.25 per bushel.!

Kissimmec Forida'Phones ] \ i j. \ />I..I".. ;setting, up -an incubator is ad- weekly meetings for some time. Our I Whippoorwill _-______-.____________ 3.00 per bushel (:4

i ;, -,.d to write for the new, bulletin, to delegates and friends may be assured Mixed Peas *_____________n_______ 2.85 per bushel

r : Office 297 or 64 "I \ L'rdlc.rftate., .. :; ... Department of Ag- that far nothing]local will be left undone, so Velvet Beans ______________________ 3.00 per bushel :1
Residence 265. 14-ly /, i / "llu Washington, D. C. Among; as arrangements are concerned '
} / t /' her" d1 u\i: \ it has paragraphs on I I to insure the success of this We pay freight on all orders for one bushel or more at a b. I 1 .,.
I .. and ventilation, testing eggs I great gathering. IF WANTED IN
LARGE
mail
will promptly samples.
quantities
.o. ) I'\ ., I was( ever financed as this has been. and{ quotations. ;
s 4. F'HYSICIAN and SIJUGKONOllice ; )! r' Cook county, containing Chicago, last KILGORE SEED COMPANY
? +; over OsQjola: : "l'li rmwylU'si'leni December raised $65,000 for Sunday i
LAW
(*** I"Ift'SS i i1 d. THE BIRD school work, something unparalleledin 17-4t Plant City, Florida.
t !: : ,... ,' ( t Sunday.school history in the world ..J i
.((011I llP' ii'i ( I 1t Or THE STATEI and $25,000 additional has been pledged **+ :Jt.r'
(.. t for the great convention.The !"
t' I.. "' INN ''i .... I i I Program.The .
WI. ( \ \ \ f.h- benefit of the readers o{ morning sessions will be devoted -
rbJ ... I'HYSITIAS( -I : ( : '|! .. Valley Gazette who may not be to business, educational addressesand
I .. cotservant, with the bird l laws- devotional Bible study. Only registered BASS&BASS
{ Office 2nd Floor Willson Building. ;, I the state, w,- are this week pubs delegates will be admitted. The .
{ KBRIftRNrlC I'llONK I .KlMHIMMP.h., I IOrricB I a | s(I1I1 ( a list of birds unlawful- be afternoons .Are set apart for conferences b
I'I""NIi\ ; t 'M>lUlU J: 1 ., ., 'ii lle I | .. / ferences are open to everybody. At MEAT MARKET __ ,
t '1'r.. W H HAWFORII i iVANS ,
A. VANfl AONEW hawk night only registered delegates will be

AGNEW: & (CRAWKOR[) | ('uckoo Sparrow or rain bird.Whippoorwill. admitted U>' Medinah temple as some r In'
1 .. I business 'nay be -transacted. Ten other -
i AT1C"1" U f AT-I.AW I Bull bat.Egret \ sirnwftaneous programs however, Florida and Western Meats I"
; l will l,6 carried out in various parts of
: :\ ,, .. l or plunve bird.: the ity on each of the five available
Hull IIU :
om"1' -' I Ill/I'll II" Little white, Huron.iround'or f
v Ifft. Khssimmer Florida. I I"TT l: ,, I \ (; : egret or dove.snowy nights; of the convention. The programs of all Kinds == at. all Times
Ii lI mourning
4 ,' for these sessions are being ,
i I I fierier or snake bird.t l .
11 : prepared by the central program committee I 'Ji
Florida tormorant
D. GEIGEK.; I and will he the
hard as strong; as j i --- ALSO --- .
Frigate
in Medinah It ,
I programs temple. is (
ATTORN: :-A'I_ -LAW . < Am bird. the determination of the committee to
\ JOBrce.. _, j Fresh
I / :\*; Swallow tail fly catchers. make this convention spiritual educational PoultrY 1d- Eggs,; :: -,
Bank BuildingKissimirift
? Office State inspirational and
j practical.
I ]
*. Florida! I I ",( (Cardinal Nonpareil grosbeak or painted finch Only registered credentialed delegates Fresh Home Cured Meats i
II
I wearing the proper badge, are
I Cedar bird. admitted to the morning and evening Pure Home Made Lard
PARKER
{ : Red headed wood pecker. sessions at Medinah temple. All after- ,
Attorney-at-Law. + I i Great wood bill. noon conferences and' simultaneous !
pecker or ivory
i ,, Collections and Conveyancing ,!'I Swallow and night the meetings local public.are open to visitors Telephone 44 117 Broadway ;

; Specialties. i' Martin Reserved seats are guaranteed to all -#,
Robin. f'
4'g 112 Vi Broadway. (' White crane or pond bird. registered, credentialed delegates of .1
I
i whatever class. /'
Sand hill -
crane. ----- --- -
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The central executive committee of ,
(1 F. KRIBBS I, Blue heron. the Florida association has selectedthe
7 1
I Cat bird. route of the "Seminole Limited"as A i't '
ATTORNEY AT LAW KIBHIMMKK, +LA. I Blue jay
the official route which is via the
". Examination- Titles a Specialy. Ba'ld! eagle Atlantic Coast Line,to Albany, Central]

;r, .I' Notification and payment careful oftaxei of 1 I< I Fish Scrub eagle jay. of thence IIllinoisCCentral railroad Birmingham, and Early.Fruit. j}
non-residents given
( Sap sucker.
I one or more all-steel] Pullman draw-
j attention. Mocking bird. will be furnished
ingroom sleeping cars -
Red Jbis or flamingo. for the exclusive use of the
Pat Joanitoiv G. P. Garrett Water turkey. Florida delegation, leaving Jacksonville \ Good Returns (
+ JOHNSTON & GARRETT Blue bird. in the "Seminole] Limited" 9 p.
6 Attorney at Law uaed'a Pelican.Buzzard.. m., June 21st, arriving at Birmingham -
? .
about noon the following day, at
(
Offices 10 11 A 12
t4 Carrion crow. which the
point equipment occupiedby
i Citizens: Bank Bid?., ; gnat. 4.Spanish u the Alabama delegation will be .Apply an IDEAL brand EARLY and supply the demand for early fruit : f,'

1CJ..lmm", Florida., / Gause hawk. paced] in the train. The -"Seminole j
.
Sand Martin. ,
( Limited' an all-steel train, consisting I IDEAL FERTILIZERS produce fruit with thin little delightful t
LOOK Q. HAWIIT t. rfcTOM WA.LOw Wren : of free reclining chair car. Pull. peel, rag, '

{ Lit*Couiuwl for . < Jude of Court"the / Calico. bird.t' ,.,.J< ,". ,,.' man drawingroom sleeping cars an aver, and food shipping qualities ., .,
Comm.
FUrVU K. B. Criminal Yellow hammer. observation parlor car.and dining car, .

n MASSEY &; WARLOW Grass Pine warbler.sparrow. all of which compose a'most satisfac-- Send for slur Free Citrus Book, eatitled "Effect* of Summer FertilizinrIt ,1
tory train for the use of the delegates I
t ATTORNEYS: AND COUNSEIXOS I Wood warbler. from the two states. ;
'r"r AT LAW Bee Martin. d' Very satisfactory rates have been fires description of formulas to be used and suggestions for ft.
...- In all the Court of the Htat and at I / Red warbler. granted for this occasion, namely:
.' i'' u.. U.IWd Sta.... ..... before the Florida Rail. Thrush. $36.30 from Jacksonville to Chicagoand applying. { .
,, L iCommlMtan.. and th. Intoratat Cooimwo* .
1 om........... Paroquet. return, proportionately low roundtrip r
11-14 CHAHLEBTOM Bt-DO. ORLANDO. FLA. "Any person violating this law fares from all points in Florida. "v
Ul Tr be guilty of a misdemeanor, and Pullrr.an sleeping 'car rate 'will be Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer 'i i!
I be liable to a fine of five dollars $6.50 for double lower berth, accommodating ,,
JOHNSON for each offense." two and $5.20 I
tki ANDREK | __ _. for double upper passengers berth. In the next I Jacksonville, FloridaLocal ''I

+ ATTORNEY AND C UbIIELI.OR!: AT L w I 10.( ENT:" "CASCARETS later circ-ilar will appear the rates
:'j1 4 Will Practice .irt all Courts : i IF BILIOUS OR (''COWITIVE from stations in Florida, together with Agents; : Waters & Carson Grocery Co.
,', y State and Federal complete description and cuts of the I'' ,
l
equipment in the "Seminole limited." ,,.
'. st. Office Citizens adjoining Bank Ki.immerTfUH. Broadway |I For Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, Information concerning hotels will t

: Sluggish Liver and Bowels-They also be furnished in'later circular. alt ;

Work While You Sleep. > Summary.Hov II'4 -
JENKINS ];- can you stay away from tl.is '"<-

i j Furred Tongue, Bad Taste Indigestion great convention? It has a financial
. '. SURVEYOR I. I| tion Sallow Skin and Miserable Headaches foundation of $25,000. It comes only ,

Fraternity Hall Kissimm, Fla. ], '|, come from a torpid liver and once tion will in three afford years.a. united Its) 'transporta Alabama-- i

| I I clogged to bowels become, which filled cause with undi-yourstomach Florida state convention all the'wayto Tourist T rains4'r-'r;

hl rrl DR. A. J. HICKS Physician; I ; ] I I:|' gested like garbage food which in a swill sours barrel.and ferments That's North Chicago.American It.will and have world the speakers.If best. \

( and Surgeon I II j the first step to untold misery-indi- your school can not aid in sendinga
i
let the associa-
city
representative,
gestion, .foul gases, bad breath, yellow
'I+ Office Phones I I skin, mental fears, everything that is tion do so, and so obtain a report that
r?, State Bank Bid. Office 41-R.. 40( I I horrible and nauseating. A Cascaret will inspire the community. Pray, plan NORTH AND NORTHWEST /1 t '

tonight; will give your constipated and purpose to attend. ,
;I II the
Delegates are appointed by gen-
,
..00000000000000000000000. j; bowels a thorough cleansing and eral secretary, and all Florida] workers r 1
f.A I ;I|> straighten work while you you out sleep-a by morning.10-cent They box desiring to attend the international "Dixie Flyer" "Seminole Limited" 2!

Dann & Dann j'i i{ rom good your for druggist months.will keep you feeling convention to the state should general write secretary immediately Ab-- ,- "South Atlantic Limited" ;A

B. Brown No. 426 St. James building
ner i
Jacksonville. Other "Montgomery Route'7VIA :
I Grocery Company101 I I INCOMES ARE REDUCED. ; those applying first things will.be beingequal ap I :

:) Mt-i Broadway- ; i Washington/ D. C., May 14.-A loss pointed. ;
4 ? 'I 63.8: per cent in net operating in I ,It
during 'the first six months of NOTICE.
'a : the Cleanest Store j current fiscal] has been
Operate y ar reported Notice !Ie hereby given that the reg-
i' I ''n ? and Sells the Freshest Groceries ( to the Interstate Commerce ular June teachers' examination will beheld AtIanIicCoastLthe t
w/I I by eleven big expresscompanies. at the court house at Kisstmmeeuorde. J

z, of Any House in Kissimmee. 1 The total mileage covered U14./ at s besjlnnlne 0 clock a. m Tuesday: All aeplldanl.will June 1.. ; ,
.
1r .. companies was 302.759.1. a provldelhems.lves, with regal cap 't

..t . . . : . .. . .o. . . gain of 4,000 miles in .the year. The paper 'pena tee.and The Ink and examination the 11X10 will.examination ( r
of the is
parcel assigned
1 I I post begin promptly at t a. m. r >>
3 the cause. of the.companies' loss in tO-4t W. J..Superintendent.SEARS Standard Railroad of the South (;>1


ii-: & 1 J. "T. Thompson ( I I I CITATION OK ADMINISTRATION.- ftOTICK Or CHARTER.APPLICATION FOR Pullman. Can Jacksonville. St. Louis, Cincinnati 'N s'j+t;

Cleveland
.. *mr* *f tkCMBtr Judge. State. .( Notlv I l. hereby given that the un- Louisville, Indianapolis : Grand Rapids 1 ;
Ktvrlda. denlirned will of
t .t. of Charles F. Prevatt. 8r., O.. the circuit cojurt. Yi.yenth Judicial! clr intermediate point 1
ecola County. cult. state of Florida In and for 0.- f. ,
' FUNERAL DIRECTOR the Judge of said court: ceola county, on Monday the eeoonildayor DINING' AND. OBSERVATION CARS :
Whereas 'SatAb-A. Prevatt has ap.; June, 1tl4. for the Incorporation. ;, J
lug piled to this court for totter* of admltrattoq : of aq association to b* known a.i "The ': '1
I / on tM estate of Charlea P. Frances Willard Union" of Ktsaltpms, ''For'tickets''and information call Atlantic
LICENSED EMBALMER d ] .* 411H1aa.d, 4q of Lld. ooun-' Florida. on Coast
*- of Oee.ola; : The object of such corporation, not Line Ticket Agent, or I ' i ie
;"These are therefore, to cite and ad- far pront.. will b*-- to. uphold ,and ad- I it .
1 all anfl singular the kindred vane the cause of temperance* la this !
n04nl creditor of e a d to be community and throughout the, .tat. J.;G. KIRKLAND Div'Passenger Agent l"n
11 appear .before this court on -or...** of Florida, tnculoate.the principle -
a.t .,
i'toro } d Stewart Ave.r : :
h .* the 4th day Of Jane.-. D. l.t.. Bn4 or total ab ara* from all Intoxloat. TAMPA, FLA. f ,
.
{;= obleot4o.It. yth.r bate. to.Ui.. .'JRC.liqnonk'-i.Dd''t i:iuiF< omtCk prohtbt '. yf
f1Olt1DA I .. of letters of administration onvck loo. Propo... J charter I. now on .f ... ,
;' ; ; \ ..tU.. .rwbth* __.- will I IMranted ai..-., Tht. .. ot'v-Ud eeurL /, c
to. ald Sarab X. Pr. .vatt.li rtiaom 4' M MAARION' !!Ii ULTMAN.'VR8. a -'. ., .. ., .
> : other flt_p r.oa or ; E. MILLER. ' -- ,.
bojr*,' don't et bewonal witaI 4Witn..tV ;a* oo':4..* of MR8. ANNUli M'PH.t.TT&R,. .
I tr over- the siren ; !. oountV! .a r-.I.I&: &,UUe to* Tta dir of MR8..IDA 4"iiP'AfH.' : '. # f 1'f' J ." t"+ t

,; e.konilndnt fact ht'your + ; P. . 'I'Kt1I1PUT.+, htt..lm.1.MRS..,rwa ESTBlL.Lm: ,. a..UU.MORROW.,. ; : 1' /
'}+ f sLlt"Tlams Pray r : ( )0.41 + .'a r".i': .f ov.DtJ' I."::t.. O.-F. I,-;Ktt18B&Attoraei.!' "1..4t" The: :- VaHey-Gizctte. ,_ .$1.50, : a Year

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i"' ."A..CARSON President. N.'C. BRYAN. 8ser tery.r .

., TWO WEEKS . ra+,r r

e.r Waters' & Carson .'

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Grocery Company, >. CAMP LIFE : DO YOU' WANT' . .

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FOR GIRLS . \ _'i " :, '

.. I 'P"fuit' ' . Pasture
", Wholesale ..1Id'B eUil.Dealer In '.
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'.r . GROCERIES: Under Auspices of State I. Farming ? Grazing .'



.... . e. .. .. .. .. 0.. e.. oe. .....+-;*. Y. W. C.; A. Trucking Timber' --- :

4- + .
+ WE SELL: + 0 WE&UY: .

,N HAY .? ... .. + + WILL BE HELD ON BEAUTIFULLAKE .

.+ GRAIN, 4 4 HIDES.-. .. MONROIVOPPOSITE SAN. : LAN )S' .

FURS, s* 0e FORD. JUNE 24 to JULY 8- r '

FERTILIZERS, 0 _.. :"" 0 INCLUSIVE-LARGE I .. __, ___ .
+ 4 WOOL, ,,'+!:rTT': 4 ,ATTENDANCE AS- ,

4 SHINGLES <4> 0. Y.r't->..d'e -.;: +. -SURED. i' I Have Them for Sale in Any Size Body'

ORANGE. BOXES. AND ... \
4 0 + Plans are fast being: completed l for From Ten Acres to One "Hundred '
the Florida .
Young Woman 'Conference
" 0 ORANGE WRAPS. ALL It
to be held at., Inn
Epworth on
+ +
+ VEGETABLE CRATES, COUNTRY Lake Monroe opposite Sanford June Thousand-Acres. .
4 0 : 24th \o; July 8th under the auspicesof ,

4 CRATE NAILS, 4 +* PRODUCE. .. sociation.the Young' Wom*I n's Christian as A Letter Addressed to Me Will Bring a }

.A' . .. 000004 . . . 0 .00. ... ... .....4 The purpose of this conference ii to
,P bring: together all the girls and youngwomen' Full Description and Terms,of Sale. .. ILi
in the state who may not have
<* W*aell 1 field and garden seeds of all kinds. the opportunitx of attending other .
We grre special attention to fitting out hunting and camping partlea conferences of summer camps for .
r' Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. their social, physical intellectual and
We are county agenta for good fertilizers. Ask ua fIr circulars and spiritual development in these two Li- D.G.McKAYKISSIMMEE

prie. on fertilizers. weeks of fellowship together. All the .

- ..... joys of the out-of-doors and the free- '
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dom of camp life are to be combinedwith i
111111111111M ill ii 111111111 11111 III special conference features; Bible '
and mission study classes out un- L FLORIDA :
der the trees; technical councils for l
the college girls and Sunday school
workers; inspirational talks around .
_
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the camp fire in the evening, or vespers --
FOR SALE by the lake; talks on the various ence. should be made to the Young SHEEP EXPERT
forms of service which is being givento Woman's -Christian Association, 42 WHAT A WOMAN'SHANDS '
: the world today and in general to West Adams street Jacksonville Fla.,1
give these young women who attend a, and each application must be accompanied -i MUCH IMPRESSED SHOW '
,
vision of the "more abundant life" I by.. the registration fee of one
and of their place in the world. dollar. "-
The camp fire girls from all over Board for the two weeks will be SAYS THAT AS A SHEEP-RAISING TRAITS OF CHARACTER REVEAL.ED .
the state are especially invited to ten dollars and special reduced rail- I COUNTRY FLORIA HAS BY THEM GIVE EVIDENCE }
440 acres of good land about two miles from city limits will make make this their summer camping experience road and Steamship rates can be Secured GREAT POSSIBILI- .
KIND OF WIFE. zi
OF
splendid colonization proposition and can be had cheap and on easy and they will have oppor- for parties of ten. Further information TIES.
unity to win many honors under com- may be obtained by apply-
terms. It will
pay you to investigate this property. petent leadership.The ing to the Young Woman's Christian Perhaps you have noticed that wom ti

-,- -. .. . .*. . many beautiful walks around Association and other announcementswill { W. J. Clarke editor and publisher en's garments button exactly) opposite '
-
--' 10-Acre Farm. Enterprise offer strong inducementsto .be mad. fromm time to_.time.-_.As I lof the world's greatest sheep paper, the way a man' button. There i* a
-- win the honor for "tramping forty the hotel accommodations are limited, ("The Shepherd's Journal" a publics physiologic* -psychologic{ reason-
t miles in ten days" and in the De- those who desire to go should make tion with a world-wide circulation, for this difference between toe action
Ten acres' three miles from center of town, small house' and over Barry swimming pool which has been application at once so reservationscan 'published at Chicago is enthusiastic of the hand of the two sexes' -.and
half cleared all fenced placed at the disposal of the guests be made for them. over the poBBibhitiea of Florida the buttons are placed to aecommos
nearly good well only $650. Terms if de-
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during the conference they may learnto This conference the first of its kind from the sheep breeder' standpoint.Mr. date this difference .y
sired. swim their "four standard styles,.. in Florida, meets a long felt need Clarke who is the author of Women and children have what are
or do the "two standard dives." Besides I and offers a rare opportunity to the two standard works-on sheep, namely: called centripetal movement of the ,
Suburban Farm and City Home Combined. the honors in healthsraft. the girls and young women of Florida to "Modern Sheep :Breed and Management hand*-that is, their hand tend er "
camp fire girls can put their know combine a delightful vacation camping ," and "Fitting Sheep for Show move toward a center. The button
edge of camp craft to practical use, trip at slight expense with the I Ring and Market," and has experience on a woman' clothe are on the left a+ ,
;\ Five acres of excellent land and eight large lots adjoining the and as for nature lore, the Smithsonian additional conference features which I in four different countries in railing side of the middle line. She always
five acres front east on Rolfe street beautiful view of town and lake Institute is said to be richer in botanical has heretofore been available to onlya high class sheep made the following bring her left hand toward the center "
i ; ; specimens from Enterprise few. No !mother need fear to let f remarks to a reporter: a* well a* the right, buttoning with
a delightful place to grow a line grove and engage in poultry business' than any other part of FI having advantage of town and yet enjoying freedom of country life. Not only will the camp fire 'girls young woman who would like to take 1 has unusual possibilities from a sheep- hold the buttonhole ov.r''the buttons
Large barn chicken house and small house. Only $'.750. Easy terms. be together but the high school girls advaptage of such an outing is 'invit i breeder's standpoint. My trip to Tallahassee ,
who are, members of the camp fire ed to attend. was not for the purpose of A man' arm and hand movement
--. will be there,'and there will be many boosting any syndicate lands, but for are directly the opposite. He U centrifugal ,
Five-acre Suburban Home. exciting tennis tournaments and water FIRE BURNS the benefit of the readers of the ; that is, his arm and hand a
sports between the different high QUICKLY |I'Shepherds' Journal," who woudl like hayea tendency to wing outward.; H
c Several five-acre farms in Pinedale. the ideal location for a com schools of the state. j to take up sheep-breeding in Florida The button on hi. clothe are on the .
" The young women in our Florida NEGRO RESIDENCE if they thought the conditions in this, right of the median line. In buttoning
,. fortable home close to town high ground pretty location:good orange colleges are manifesting great Inter- I state would' Be favorable. for their en his coat the arm wings outwardly
and trucking land. Price from $250 to $375 for each five-acre farm. est in the conference and large dele- terprise. come around In a partial circle, grab
Can pay for it on most easy terms to suit your pocketbxxjk, and thiaJ. gations of them are expected to come DEPARTMENT MADE QUICK RUN* I have t.raveled. possibly hundredsof both edge of the coat with the right
property will grow fast in varfee. It i i. owned by an Illinois 'man who I From all the colleges. These girls will AND SAVED ADJOINING miles through lands ding rear vicinity hand, button up and unconsciously)
I have their separate council under the PROPERTY. _, . ot Tallahassee, wing the arm away from the center) .
will
of time -for and it thel.alt.
give plenty to pay jt. is indeed worth considering. -' '
leadership of Miss Mary'Dudley Pow few days and.have seen and dowe t6 the side. Av woman' v
: ell, student secretary of the South Atlantic about 5 acre of land which I feel sure would hand,' After buttoning her jacket, will
Plenty-Fine stock farms, groves and city properly., Write for what Field. ,Committee of the Y. W, o'clock Last the Saturday alarm afternoon of firewas sounded -' make splendid sheep ranches I know I II gently drop down in front; there U no h {

I 'you w.nt..nd we will get it.for you ? . 'C.o A, and the department was called to I I from observation that such crop 'as outward centrifugal motion. .k.. ,
.. . 'Re'p'reBtntaUves from the various the samll frame cottage belonging to: are conducive to the raising of high Now, you can see that if corkscrew.
will be class be raised almost had been, invented by .
young 'people's organizations: J. M. Willson Jr. on Lako"street and sheep can any. women they
present, Epworth Leagues Christian George colored. where on these lands. / would turn'from rlghtto left;in .toward -,
B. Y. P. occupied by Robinson I I There branches of the the body. Belng man' invention
: Endeavors, U.'s, missionary When the building was first discovered are many .a
etc. and several teachers' I I business which I wilt they turn from Jeft to outward
: societies the the sheep among right -
be fire
to neighbors
NELSON REALTY CO. organized Sunday school classes have flames on bursting by through the roof I I mention sheep ranching as it is ear-.I and away from the Aodyv If a
I signified their intention of coming and and as were the occupants were from I I ried on in the west where thousand.of I I woman without any experience' a
bringing their entire classes with I home at the time there was away no chanceto head of sheep are run in a single young girl, for instance Is given for
them. Young women from the Phila- anything. By the time the department -I flock pure-bred sheep7raiglng for stud the first time a screwdriver to use, y
thea classes and leaders of all kindsof save reached the scene the entire I(I and show purposes, and raising fancy her sex characteristic will cause her y
REAR STATE BANK :: KISSIMMEE FLA. work among girls and young women structure was a Scathing mass of early Christmas and Easter Iamb to turn it inward and toward herself I
are invited to be present. flames and the buildings on either side I I This latter branch of the business centripetally. That la, she will turn ,
While the morning hours will be occupied by Rebecca Johnson andthe would to my mind be very profitable it the wrong way from right to left.
devoted to the different classes and one around Tallahassee. I say this be- She will do the same with a corkscrew
other by Raymond ,
, II I I I lilllllM I I III I I III II I I I I I I I I I I I I 11 11 I I I I 11 councils of an inspirational character were both on fire, but by Humphrieys heroic work cause I know the proper crops for {
the afternoons will be left entirely successful early lamb-raising are easily if she tries to drive a nail the ham-
both of these buildings were saved
", -- - free for recreation. This imfirtan-t I but not until the Humphrey's house raised in this portion of the country her will awing inward toward the
,ri feature of the conference considerably damaged.The and so faras climate is concerned body glancing upon the nail when notmiaslng "
w charge, of a competent young college I was department displayed good this seem to me to be ideal. t It. Because she doe not drive ,
l woman. in handling the fire and Why so many thousands of acres-of the hammer with an outward swing
Tennis, croquet driving fishing I in management few minutes after reachingthe land in Florida similar to that in the i i. why .he misses the nail so often.
1.1 G rowing and swimming will be among a very had the fire entirely under neighborhood of Tallahassee have so Handwriting women being a relatively -
j"; SUPERIOR 9ERWCE the and lessons scene -- --- .
attractions swimming I I control, long-remeiined tdlr.wtthsomanypo: *-- new aecompliihmentrther hare ,
1
COURTEOUS TREATMENT will be given. Among the many delightful The Robinson house was a total loss sibilities of development i i. beyond my not yet learned to develop those motor
{ walks which can be taken to but covered by insurnace however] power of comprehension. There are centers in the brain which control
!.J 11f nearby points of interest are Benson I the occupants lost everything; not thousands of people In the north who, centripetal and centrifugal move t;
Springs celebrated for its healing wa- getting inside the house and only i'f" conver.ant with the ten. conditions. ments. Hence the reason for-women1'
ters and Green short even I i around; : ; I when folded letter "
Springs only a saved'the clothing that they were existing l Tallahassee from an writing on paper
distance away. Across the road from wearing at the time the fire occurred. agricultural standpoint would make skipping from the first page to the a
Green Springs is the home of Bueno their home in this section of the country last, back again to the second .,
Retiro, the first white settler in Flor- and you would find them very en. then turning the paper sideways and
ida to branch out from the original GIVE "SYRUP/ F FIGS"TO teryrising people and very desirable writing at right angle to the other,
CAREFUL SERVICE settlement at St. Augustine. Near I CONSTIPATED CHILD citizens. or reversing the order ao that only a
there is an old Indian mound in which I have traveled this country and Chinaman could find tart or end. i
arrowheads and Indian pottery maybe : Delicious "Fruit Laxative" Can't foreign countries quite extensively ,
I : \ I PERSONAL ATTENTION found even today. Harm Tender Little Stomach, but never have I seen a .country so HENRY D. CLAYTON ON "
I Stone Island, on which lives_ a well Liver and Bowels. near .to being a poor man'. paradise THE FEDERAL BENCH
t. .. known Florida artist. Lemon Bluff (or a rich man's either, for that matter '
Woodlawn Park and Blue Springs will : Look at the tongue mother! If ), as Florida Is. In fact, it I I. the I' appointment';; of Reprtftentative
be among the objective points for pic- ooated, your little one's stomach liver greatest mystery to me that with the Henry D. Clayton be United State i
\ nic trips, and automobiles will be prepared and bowels need cleansing at once. many natural advantage* of the country district judge for the middle and +'.
.! la trajuactur your banking busineu with the Citizens' to take special parties over to When peevish cross, listless, doesn't I' its agricultural advantage of the southern district of Alabama In play I
DeLand, which is only twelve miles sleep eat or act naturally or la feverish country Its agricultural population I.I of Judge Tho. (. Jones deceased, i*
: \ Baak of Kitsimmee yon will receive that personal) away. stomach sour breath bad has not at least twenty time what it I*. a matter of congratulation by progressive -
I' As the conference period will extend Bore throat, diarrhoea full of cold,!* today. democrat .,.eryhe.... !
attention wkkk assure a safe and satisfactory baakng over the Fourth of July a special ''give a teaspoonful of"California Syrup I want to impress upon the citizen Judge Jones, who recently died, was '
i patriotic celebration will take placeon I lof I Figs," and in a few hours all the]I of Tallahassee the importance of extending . a distinguished Alabamianv a jurist of. :
couectioB. that day and other entertainmentswill foul constipated waste, undigestedfood I the right; hand of fellowshipto ability and a man of strong conviction m"
be planned for the pleasure of the ;; and sour bile gently mores out of their brethren north who.with their and many other excellent qualification -
girls. its little bowels without griping, and capital and experience will join themin *, but he was reactionary: to
1 ; Checking Account, large er .small are solicited. A number of very prominent speakers I you have a well, playful child again. making the country about Tallahassee the core and entirely out of sympathy a', 1
:. have consented to be present at Ask your druggist for a lO-cent bottleof one of the greatest sections In the swithmapresentday policies and pub-
the conference among them Dr. Jen- "California Syrup of which Union."Florida Record. lie t s
Arthur. E. Donegan, P. K. Weaver, kins, president Wesleyan college, contains full direction for babUt, children Judge Clayton baa represented the 'i
-" Macon Ga., who comes especially to I of all age and for grown-up An income tax is levied in India on Third Alabama district In congress.
President. : '
Cii ier. meet the young women of Florida; Dr. I : all income of $166 and upwards and since( 1896 and in the primary of last s
<. 'I, R. A. Gamine of DeLand Miss Emma PUBLICITY BRINGS RESULTS. t I then only on. man in 700 come within month was renominated for the of.
;.r Tucker, a well'known Bible teacher in I its fice. .He 4**now ehairman of. the >Judiciary ,
scope.
:T the south, Mrs. B. F. Holland of Bar- Dallas Texas, May 14.-State Labor committee: of the house and in
{.. tow, Mrs. Mabel Stevens of Gainesville Inspector Flood! announce. that Subscribe for the Valley Gazette. charge of the president's anti-trust ty
..' and Mr*. Abner Brown an accomplished the newspaper publicity given his de bill.. Throughout his entire caner' ; t
" : , t musician and experienced partment1*activity In listing: violators Judge Clayton baa been an active rap-
Sunday_ school worker from Water- of the new fifty-fonr-honr law for I porter o(; reform democratic policies .t' Jk
sal I town, N. Y... Was Mary Dudley Powell women..!* bringing results. But few No. and his appointment to the federal'
d.A.R.90N: FABER: student secretary of .the. South. I I tarrttt have been made aa>the vioLUtor -I 668', ** bench: will mete tM approval of reform : ,"
22 TfRVAZ .Nc: :: Atlantic Field Committee of the have noted that the grand jury Sn.edpli .democrat, not may in.Alabama. *
W... C. A-vWfll 1)e.there'for the Y.I I fis handling the matter and a complianoe -: TW II... *pnpuTq.fj but throughout the country.' Tt ;" t
lege. girls,' and. Miss Lena' Brokaw. with the statute U being general' far MALAMIAaCHILL. *V RVE"II
Successor to the Dogter,i slitaer Apnq .
. general secretary of.the.Jacksonville Five c1*...deem will beak any.aeo*aadtt A* we eM in the rainbow thaT harbinger I '
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: PAGE 10. ;., ,THE KISSIMMEE' V ALLEY, GAZETTE FRIDAY MAY 15. /1.4ST'MACtf'

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It ,, "MAYDAY": .- MAKES BACKACHE THE VALUE OF A ,


n SUFFERERS ;QUICKLY DISAPPEAR GOOD MAN TO "C : r Kissipiniee.; : Furniture; .CO. ,*ilIfhUer }

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'cO RCOUNTRY
.,naJ/r'Wonderful Stomach Remedy SPENT IN THEBIGOTESS I Few' ; ,1
1A Entirely
New Management
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Is Recommended: and Praised by ., DOM Relieves All Such i ;" .. ,

Thousands Who Have Miaeriea. Bladder Weakness .
+' Beta Restored Kidney Trouble and Rheumtim -' By. LORtNC BROWN FurnitureT -

n "I".... a *fck nun lora Promptly. Vanish 'The'' estimated actual value in dollars i .
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I. fibre mania.luiued '
.. and cents of a good man, one ofexpe'rience
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from C.all Sion.I It !ja t
no .
1 I of tin Liver- and wll'I IJ- t longer necessary for any and a man that the people Household Furniture from. Kitchen to Attic, a'full and complete a
a I by Hire of our moat nrom- .-_.- one to suffer with backaching, kid. have confidence in to our country ia ! line. Irl,
trouble have
I disagreeable
inert that ney bladder
physicians -
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(would lave to lubmit to and ul'inary'disorders absolutely unknown, and is less appre- \, f;
[ui opor.loo.'to1 relief, "the Gall of the Wild"Answered with or-, be tortuted with to rheumatism content ciated than our people realize. "-Kor ,I
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k Ubut heard of your Wonder stiff instance, the actual value, in dollar Baby Carriages
!(ul Stomach I Remedy and"I II J joints and its heart- and cents that some good'man can add :
I secured trealmentI wrenching for the
p .a pains new discov-
I foot It'u according to I .. : to a state or a community is limited,
err' J : -- -eryr Croxonei-quickly and surely. re- A splendid) Line of Handsome; and Go-Carti. -
directions and p a a lieves all such and no,one could ever realize of how Baby Carriages ,
.., troubles.
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t hundred Sine, taking of .al your Slu"medicine Croxone is the most wonderful: mucnvalue one good man is to our | Let us sho\ them to you; : : $
0 I work regularly .nd I I remedy yet devised for ridding the country unless they have closely followed -
don't feel." ,. ill effect.. I .m pr.'nK of his work and seen from per-
NATl/RAL .
I 'your Remedy to all mf friend. I think tt'j KKH KNOW OF THE system uric acid and driving out sonal observation what he can ac Bicycles !
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all the
I. I>OOK.KT poisonous
B impurities'
worthy of Ihe hifrheM praiae. RESOURCES: THAT THE STATE which
,,t __.., v.." cause ,such troubles. It is entirely complish.
d Ailment Sufferer*are of Storrtach.nol nuked Liver to ani take I Inlentin M.,.rWonderful '.! REALLY 1'OSSEHSES-GO' different from all other remedies. It James J. Hille the great* railroad Iver Johnson Bicycles with coaster brake at a bargain .:
S .........b Krmedy for weeks and) OUT SOME: TIME AM:-'; ) is not like anything else ever used magnate, s efforts has built up
....nlh. before they feel benefited, )u.t, try '. SEE FOR OUR- for the purpose. It acts on the principle the western states and added millions;
one done- which should make you feel better of cleaning out the poisons and of dollars of wealth to that country
'in be well health and, convince prong, you free thai you: In you::: w.l>am aooij and:i SELF. rcrnovine!: the cause. that would never have been made had Kissimmee Furniture Co. }
suffering and five< you "un.1 l amlll l/ healthy. | It soaks right in through the walls, he not.become interested, studied the

Stomach iVhere.er M :it baa tt done II in taken Ihouaand you *\of ill other bear ( By W. F I Blackmnn, Ph.D., LL.D, membranes and linings, like water ina wants of the people and t developed cre- I 310 Broadway E. O. Garland, Mgr.
nochinf one, but the highest pr.'... I.o.n y""rdrunnit President of Rollins College and the sponge, neutralizes, .dissolves, and' tain things that were needed.
-aak him about the great tewilla it Florida Audubon Society) l makes the kidneys sift out and filter Luther Burbank is another man that ,,
bas. been arcompllibing m cagier if people' be away, all the uric acid and his value is I II III n 11.M 111111111 M 111111111111111111 I n 111111 M
.. Mfbrm poisons Absolutely unknown. His
knowm l ( H Mayr
'f < to .0.
or .n
tut. H4156 Wh.finrr Hi, Ch,..*", lit for a For weeks, in my busy office, I had from the blood, and leaves the kidneys work has given; to the world millions - --- :...--. -- -. = ,
free book on !Stomach A.lm.n..n J many been hearing the Insistent call of the and urinary organs clean of dollars and helped thousands of

.irratefiil..*"rtd. letterfrom people who have been woods and birds, and May Day broughtme strong, healthy and welL people to make money that Would have I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I 1111111111111111111111 I I I I .m n 11-I I I II I I ....
I the opportunity to answer it. I It matters not how long you have never .been made had he not been encouraged J '1
For Sale In Klaiilmmec Bj In the early morning, accompaniedby suffered, how old you are, or what and helped in, his line of Reference t"- <"
; : : Swedeiboro National Bank Swedesfcoro N. J 1"-
friend, Stanley Hanson, and by yvu have used, the very principle of work. And, at a small cost he has ;'
J. Z. ROBEBSONKju I Tom my Ha'nd, chauffeur, woodsman, !=roxon. is such, that .it is practicallyimpossible probably given to the world In return I j :

t dad gist. Everywhere. hunter, fisherman, cook and all.'round without'to take it into the humansystem' more value than any other living man. WILLIAM RODE
-- ------ -'- set from Fort results. There is
good fellow, 1 out My- Professor Holden, the great corn .
nothing else earth likeit,
on It
1tip09'Od0'0644444P444P ors in an automobile loaded withcamping magnate, through his efforts simply
:Y\, ,. and eatables- tarts to work the minute you lake it
equipment' revolutionized the
Inter-
corn-growing
;Sri''j IVU TILLER : about the only thing left behind was use and it.relieves you the first time you ests of America, and through his line Commission Merchant ..

:, guns and cartridges-for the Okaloa- of work has added to Iowa in one
i- Estate : looi..hoe l bird i rookery, forty miles dis- I I I' If you suffer'with pains in your single year increased value to the
Real Agency. POULTRY FRUITS AND PRODUCE
back '
and aides
\ \\k"t Our way led through flat woods or have any signs of amount of $60,000,000 in their addi- ,

.i .............................-............................. and across prairies bedecked with mumerable kidney turn bladder troubles, or rheum tional corn yield, with no more land
I:.; flowers, yellow, blue, red, such as puffy swellings under and no more labor. This work is increasing : 206 Dock St. Philadelphia. Pa
::i Realty bought and sold. jurple, pink and white. From the the eyes or in the feet and ankles, if every year, not only in Iowa, '
Houses rented. edgf of some of the shrunken ponds- you an: nervous, tired, and run down but has reached out to other states: '
?. Titles for the winter had been dry-stretched or bothered with urinary disorders : and done equally as much good as it 111111111111111111111111111111111111 I'M' 111111111111THE
Taxes paid and ver-
.a ide areas of mud, wholly covered : Croxone will quickly relieve you oil has in his own etate. Now, how can
ified for non-residents. your misery. You can secure an original -
like a carpet) with small blossoms, we appreciate or even estimate the
f Fire, Life and Accident In- botanIst could not 1 package of Croxone at triflingcost value
which I, being no :] of a man like this. The Inter-
surance. identify, but which were of the loveliest I : from any first-class druggist. national Harvester company realizedhis
Indemnity Bonds. softest, brightest yellow. A rain i I All druggists are authorized to personally value and have put him on the'road I
t,1 day had filled the sunken return the purchase price if it with a lot of co-workers and the work I
thejrevious. s with water, through fails in a single case!;, they are doing cannot be estimated in H. G. SIEVER

which splashed, l> > >- "b- value.
w we umpirm.- ._ _._ __ 1 I
submerged roots, slipped on them, I Professor Coburn, the commissioner -
and developing appetite as we went the lambent splendor which: they seem of agriculture of Kansas, has done REALTY COMPANY
S.I1.BUftOCKDEAL along A farrcrair feature of ,the to hove nowhere ls .than in the skies equally HSTrractrfoT his state Fifteen ..:

''x, prairie were thp frequent excavationsIn of Florida. The fireflies flashed their years ago Kansas was 'deeply in NOT IN THE TRUST .
the path, which the small and wondrous dark-lanterns everywhere. debt that they could not pay the interest
ESTATE scrawny but valiant range bulls had 1 Crickets chirruped in the grass. Alligedore on the national debt of their state. 10,000 acre Stock Farm, a bargain if taken at eace,

':;1F, ............................................... scraped out, bellowing no doubt meantime .1 the bellowed Outside and frogs bar croaked the in Today at least 75 per cent of her $5.00 per acre. -:- -:. -:- -:- -:- .:-
and proclaiming their masculine I swamp. my mos farmers have bank accounts, such a Prairie Land Orange Groves, HiP Hammock Lands, Timber .....*.
,< INSURANCEExamination energy and militant challenge to the quito sang, hungry but baffled. A thing as a mortgage on most of the .
earth and sky. As for human habitations -] great horned owl in a nearby tree every farms is fast disappearing in his state, Lands. at All Prices and en Easy Term. e
,i of Titles a we saw hardly any in all the now and then bayed, somethinglike and borrowers ol money at 3 per cent.
two score miles. I a hound, one of the most arrest- can scarcely be had. It does not seem 2,000 acres Stock Ranch, win exchanfe half valne

i' We launched near old Fort Simon ing and impressive voices of the Florida possible that such a change could come for ether real estate -:- -:- .:- -:- .:-

t ,; Specialty. Drum, on the Okaloachoochee slough, night, and his mate-at least I over any state in so short a time,-but
t a mile or so from the edge of the Big srumised it was she-replied more Professor Coburn has brought about Orange Groves all sizes and prices
; I Correspondence Solicited. Cypress Swamp. Leaving the auto- volubly, as is the habit of her sex. I this change simply by his untiring efforts -
", . mobile here, we traversed the inter thought that all the small birds and and continued work on one I
vening prairie, plunged into the morass other creatures of the woods must that was, simpl in the growing IIne'l KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
,r J Indian file, Tom ahead, Stanley have trembled when they heard his falfa. This ..c..neclal't and his I II I

following, and I bringing up the rear call, so regal, impressive, threatening.A ed efforts d'frrfing after the people and .
;\ C.W.GRIFFINStaple and for some three hours flounderedthrough young Florida barred owl constantly : trying to get them *o see the value oft
: ,, it, a distance of perhaps sev- complained in querulous tones, down has completely revolutionized the v'I
I en miles roundabout, observing fey th% slough where we had seen him farming interests of that state, saved ,
4d
and Fancy through field glasses the throng of in the morning. Hundreds of croak- It, and brought it from debt to riches q
birds nesting: high overhead in the ing voices came from the distant rookery In less than fifteen years. Now how
tops of the cypresses. The black, slimy AH these various sounds. the can we estimate the value of. such a )
fL GROCERILS1r mud was everywhere knee-keep, and memories of the day, the audible man! 1
: owtha obstructed slumbers of one or other of my companions others too
often much deeper; There are many numer-
the way, tangle our feet, and perhaps the influence on ous to mention, .that are doing simitar

.' ', caught at our clothing, pierced our norves unaccustomed to this beverage had linen of work. But, how few people IN
*, fingers big but harmless flies buzzed of the delectable coffee Which Tom appreciate their effort and are willing
Free Delivery to all Parts ;, brewed and which I had thrice during St '
.. about our eau; moccasin lay lazily x>lend a hand or any financial 1 l''t/'tSTOCK
.I of the City of In the *lme| of wriggled away'as we the day somewhat copiously and aid in helping them do this work. .. ,
joyfully of forbade PLANERS RESAWS STEAM FEEDS
very who could
approached these we dew tw jnty- There are a number of men
1 two with the stock sticks which we i sleep, but they gave me-a'night I can add thousands of dollars of wealth to MATCHERS SELF FLIED!: RIP'. .
yy TOWER EDGERS Till MfllRa., !:
had provided for the purpose as a never forget. their country if they were encouragedand
help in wading. We clambered over The next day we floundered some- little financial aid in cer- PKRKINS SHINGLE! MACHINERY
given a
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what briefly .
JMa logs or made use of them as bridgesfor similarly more tain Tines) that they ate trying to work ENGINES, *) o 4O h. SAWMILLS!
crossing the deeper pools. We through the Corkscrew rookery, to out. Such men are doing more to help BOILERS .*> to'4O h. LITbl and heavy
Sprigg FlemingCLEANING sank suddenly l g-lefP into soft reach which we were obliged to walk build up the country, help feed the SAW IUST CONVEYORS SLAB CANt'KYORS
>laces; we balanced ourselves on the j six miles beyond where -rye left our and help the people than manyrealize GASOLINE ENGINES: STEAM FEEDS
submerged rotos, slipped on them, |automobile, much of the time in water or are willing to give them LATH MILLS !STAVE! MILLS
falling forward, hands and elbows in'' and to wade a wide sawgrass marsh. credit for. Such men as they are whatwe DI1VTON SAWS
the slime we pulled ourselves out by In this rookery we found smaller need more of and are a class of
; ... .
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BIT for all nt
SAW .w.SNAFTING
Okaloacoochee .
PRESSING than in the ,
laying hold of the stout and friendly I cypresses people that are worth untold value tour
DYEING ..dI cypress "knees taking care first to fewer ferns and orchids, if any, more > country. The man who helps to : PULLEYS BOXES ,
coarse and cutting grasses, and more the BELTING, 4 arradr*- ardlum to boot
I 4 see that we were not putting our hands I produce and helps:: to make by
REPAIRING on a moccasin; and all the while the briar-like growths. Mr. Rhett Green sweat of his brow wealth for our nation LOG CHAINS CANT HOOKS TONGS: __
IT/ crowd of birds overhead looked downat I who is guarding this rookery for the such men are invaluable and are EVERVTIIIKOR/ Tilt

Leave word Ft my bout *od cloths us, not much alarmed but curious ; National Association of Audubon Societies the ones that should be appreciatedand SAWMILL
', will be celled lor and returned. and clamorous.'I and who piloted us through it, given every bit of encouragementand Writ torPrtoes ,
"brakes estimates that some five or six hun- that it for .
Htoge; ferns, were assistance is possible
Satisfaction Guaranteed everywhere, and a great growing j dred American egrets are nesting our country to lend, as they are instructors ir
i of beautiful and precious! there, certainly we saw a larger num- on the right road. This class %
' ..,.4tJ400000000,44w many of them in bloom, bedecked the, ber of these superb birds here and of men are the ones who are fast developing a r ,

'- .. - trees.: I was told that the cypresses wading in the adjacent swale, than at our country and helping feed -7
. ..oo.o..oo.ooo..ooooo here are the largest and finest in the the' Okaloacoochee rookery and one' the vast multitude of people who would ./ I'
i state, and I can well believe it, for snowy heron. certainly suffer if it- were not for the

: one which we spanned, the king, of Of the birds which we identified in work that they are doing. We need .....y.
{y this murky realm, measured.: thirty- the two rookeries and by the way, more of such, and the more work that '
GRAYSTONE two feet in circumference five feet there were fifty-seven species-some can be done in this direction means the - ;
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above the ground, if one can speak of of our commonest birds not being seen, bringing of our country into prosperity V
ground where there was none. To to my surprise-namely: the Florida quicker than anything that can be ,,
: f mi m m mi this particular "stand" of 'the Big grackle, boat-tailed grackle, Florida done. In ten years from today we will

(f Now and ceond-ha.nd ntomo- Cypress the Seminoles largely resort red-wing and cow-bird;, the quail, probably see' more men brought to the LOUISVILLE&NASHVILLE I &
, ; bllos for Ml. from It 00. to for making their canoes; the tree ia'elled meadow lark, bluebird, Florida blue front that will add wealth to our coun- L L.:& N. 1 La N
11.000, at Orayston 0..... in the dry season and the canoes jay; king-bird, downy woodpecker try and help us, such as the few that -EP xv-r"r.TSC> ATS
Basaavr.v-
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l fashioned by fire and tool and left pleated woodpecker and flicker; the I[ have mentioned. I only wish we had
c:,w. nunui rrp. i.r. WITH, rapI in its place until the rains have bullbat and chuck-wiU's-widow; the In our section of country a few such

filed the swamp, when the Indiana return bald eagle, crow, fish-crow turkey men as these. If such were the case
and drag it to their camp. buzzard and black vulture; the great Georgia would certainly, be one of the
r Of the birds whose nests, occupied horned owl, Florida barred owl, and greatest states on the Globe and a big ' ,
+ ** now by young and half-grown fledg- Florida burrowing owl; the red-shoul- change Would come in the state of affairs ''L.aNI

lings, filled the tops of the cypresses, dered hawk, marsh hawk, osprey, loggerhead of this section of country, as we :
f. Thrasher the major part were wood ibises, shrike, and swallow-tailed have opportunities here unequaled
I jC| "flint-heads' ," but there were also kite; the white Ibis, wood ibis, limp- probably by any other section of the j

many white ibises and other specie ,kin, sandhill crane.leut.bitte.rn, wa- world.; The county demonstrationsnow -. '
of water fowl. Of the American egret ter turkey, Florida gallinule, willet doing great work throughout THE ATTRACTIVE WAY TO
; : Sheet Metal Worker and the pink curlew or roseate spoonbill king-rail'and plover (semlpalmaliedor Georgia are fast developing our farm "

;, we saw, alas, very few, and of the Wilson); the pine curlew, the long- ing interest and adding wealth to our CINCINNATI' CHICAGO LOUISVILLE :,
I'KB I dainty and charming hat now rare billed curlew; the Ward's heron, little state,. LEXINGTON ST. LOUIS INDIANAPOLIS '
: i ; Steel Ceilings a Specialty snowy heron, none here, and only one blue heron, Louisiana heron snowy .DAYTON PITTSBURGH KNOXVILLE
the following day in the Corkscrew heron, and American egret; the wood- death by starvation of the nestlings COLUMBUS BUFFALO. BIRMINGHAM
rookery. We saw in the mud tracksof. duck, and the Florida dusky; the mockingbird has been shot for her CLEVELAND GRAND RAPIDS PENSACOLA

Yl'Yl'r i : 401 Clay Street deer, otter, coon, 'wild turkeys, alligators Kentucky warbler palm warbler whose pleasure parent and at her command. DETROIT NASHVILLE; MOBILE
and, I am afraid, plome- cardinal Florida wren, purple taken for the forming TOLEDO EVANSVILLE NEW ORLEAN _
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bunters. mourning dove ground dove
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p Kiuvie., Fla.JJEWIS Toward evening_we returned to martinI chewink, and bobolink. of a Lee County Audubon society, All Points North Northwest, Southwest --. --- ;II

11d. camp, soaked with water, plasteredwith What-we. did not see,. unhappily: auxiliary to the Florida Audubon society a
which I hope may be carried _ . Three Solid Through Train Daily
( mud, weary of leg, hungry andhappy. were the flamingoes; cranes ..
. .' A cha1c! .of clothing, a frufal Carolina paraquets, and: iTOrybUfed through. _. lSbul& Atlantic mitecI--.u LveTJacKsohvnie 8:15: P.-X- -----

.) ... ... .. ... supper, a biasing camp-fire, some in Florida, but which we have foolishly If these two rookeries could'iJi.protected Dixie Flyer Lve Jacksonville 8:25 P. M. ;
I Friendly) talk about the woods and the allowed to be almolt'r quite exterminated 'and if the seller !and buyer of Montgomery Route Express: Lve Jacksonville 8:05 P. M. ;.
RYAN birds, and then we turned-In' for the *, the "white badge of cruelty" could be
0 night, I on a comfortable pneumatic On the morning following this visit detected and punished- nd nothing Three D aUjr Train*.to Mobile-and New Orleans

t+ I..t ATTORNKTlAtLAW mattress, and beneath a mosquito bar.. to the rookeries I had the pleasure of i la easier. to do-Fort Myers would . Leave Jacksonville. 8:00: A. ?,L, 6:00 P. M. and 8:00 P. M. A
} ., '. '... But I could,not sleep, tired a* I waa. meeting a'' number of the citizen of have at her door, within an easy day'stravel ,
:>-J:, ".A: V. ; : . Reminding myself that" had all etern- I i Fort Myers, and discussing with them back': and forth a would All.electric lighted train with through steel drawing-room aleeppn, e
"--,1. $galAuzura' IN ity to natiD but that smother oppor I the .desirability advisability. of:'a. vast interest and delight which, free reclining chair ear, and modern high-back seat coache
: \\ tunlty like this might not be vouch- more adequate .protection'. of these I in do*'time attract to the city everyyear L. & N.'Dining Car*-No Better Dining Car Service. .
W;. .,A BRACT! twr saf ed to me I gave myself all nightlong rookeries against the miserable plume-i multitude of bll Jy.n and Fart TImRock Ballast-No Dlft-No Dust.
to zeh a of hunter,,and the 'yet', mON miserable those'who are interested the eon-
: r :TNTCE-WOR the day and tong to the Bight.] tourist wbodeeoratea: her foolish aaderonl Miration of,our American wild life XL C.BRKTNKY. Florida Passenger1M Agent.

= """ :,- K and Bounds of tte**ildero M ttlght.-; -, headjwithjtlgrette.yjOY'.ODe and which 1 : 'would be greatly,to her advantage _West Bay:.St., *c.uotJUl" Fl*,.
'... ...I..T. ."IPC 'D4L" ej r For m.while the crescent moon kept of which 'mean*. net only-the: killing 'and the advantage of" the en, -
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Reave for having her parents arranged. a trip their to Orlando absence ' .. ', ",." .
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Apopka. .. fl .made .the necessary, prepara-t OL j ;
lions, and all was in readiness on their 1 I o '
r return. Those present were: Mr. and

i ': Mr, *. Gerald' Wilkins and little son Mr*.. Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred 'PROGRESSIVE( :

; Morton 'visited ,relatives-at. .Mt. Verde. Eldredge, Mrs. Jennie Brown of Birmingham SHEEP FOR ,
III s last 'week." Ala., and the little Misses :
Senator, Duncan U. Fletcher,, was Gladys ,and Bernice Cooper. ''Beulah .
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Burdick and Master Alfred Turner '
here last week meeting the voter and :,
I eliciting: their support in his race for I Eldredge. After a Bumptious dinner
re-election to the United State sen I and a most enjoyable evening., theguests \ '
JJEJARM '
:,' ate. r .. I departedwishing Mrs. Raves

Lee Lovell spent a few day here I many happy return of the day. Business People :

' last week. lIe has been engaged in .
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the the past trucking year.-business at Sanford for Big Protits Are Made In ",

," I. I. Turner and Milton Rhodes were I II ) Campbell j II) IJ ';

among_those who attended the reunion I -
1" at Jacksonville from here last week. : The 'WorkWIDE : ,
'i' Mrs. Belle Goodman of Lakeland is .YouSh.ould'K110W
:Mrs. Heinish of Clarcojna was in
, ,'. '' Apopka Tuesday shopping. I'I'i visiting her sister Mrs. Vida Bronson. ,
Miss Martha Acree left Wednesday VARIETY FOR THE
,( R. P. Fudge and wife of Plymouth FARMER
: attended the Jacksonville reumon last to spend a few days with her sister TO CHOOSE FROM-MUTTON -
Mrs. Ruby Allen of Haines Fla.
week.
,, Edward Browne returned to Wimauma AND WOOL VA" .
Dr. Clinkenbeard was a business visitor 7
I in Orlando Monday. after a few days' visit to his fam- RIETIES. IN .

'"I-I W. G. Peck made a flying visit to ily.Mrs. -
'i Oakland, Winter Garden and Ocoee .t. E. Kirkpatrick spent Mond Washington D. C., May 14.-Farm- Y
I one day last week. y shopping in Kissimmee. ers who contemplate the of '
; I. M. Jackson and family have re- Tube Sylvester and family spent sheep on their farms are urge by '

.'.; turned to Jane Lew, West Virginia, Sunday with Charge Lamb. the United States Department Ag-
their northern home for the summer. Earl Lanier of Jacksonville is visit- riculture to give considerable thoughtto
Mr I. I. Turner and little daughter ing relatives here. the selection of a breed. In all
L"' visited. her parents in Orlando last Mrs.. J. E. Kirkpatrick entertained there are thirty breeds of improved
week. I quite a number of her friends Satur- sheep that have been brought to fixed KISSIMMEE :
Will Marshall has secured a building day night. Games of various kinds types. Of these twelve are already :
": 4.} permit and will beg iiJ>the erection were played, candies and fruits wereservThose well established in the United States ..;
of a residence in Apopka at once. ,I present were Misses and others are gaining in popularity. I.:''I
'Prof. J. C. Nixon spent Wednesday ,' Ruth and Martha Acree Flossie Bry- Each has its own points of superiority !: :
in Orlando on business.F. I ant, Ola Campbell, Mary Lamb, Emily and the farmer must be guided in :1 ,
H. Harrison of Tampa was a bus- : and Maud Sylvester nt's"ie and :Minnie his choice by the individual conditions .
frees visitor in town last week. I Garrett Al>bilTfiaris, Ernestine: bearing in mind, however, the fact .

& Mrs. Nellie Booth tend little daughter -I Brown Elefe Bronson, Lensie Bright that any breed is superior to no breed. J. H. REDDITT OSCEOLA BICYCLE CO. O. K. BAKERY
Avenll of St. Petersburg were Waldine Palu, Messrs. William Char- Although it is hardly to be expected
E. A. Niemeyer, "ta'
guests of Mrs. -Arthur Walker: lie Elmo and William Clark Alfred that every farmer in a neighbor- 105 :1
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last week. here j and Dewey Ivey, Earl Lanier Theodore hood wilLj5elect} the same breed of Jeweler l Broadway Red' Band Brand Candy ; ':,

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Grigsby of I and Curtiss Brown Willie Sylvester sheep, there are several advantagesto ' E. L.. Johnson, Prop 15c per Ib. .
John Roland Bert and Law .
be derived from
land Tenn., visited his sister, Mrs. a number doing so. .
John Love, here last week. rence Garrett, Malcolm Overstreet, I For example, new rams can be pur- 11 Broadway. Repairs Promptly Done. Guaranteed Pure. : - -
H. H. McClure and son Hugh were Lewis O'Neal, Reuben Lamb Walter chased for the common benefit when .
\I!{ among those who attended the reunion Sylvester, Joe Prevatt, Mr. and Mrs. I any individual owner might well hesi- -

;.. i at Jacksonville last week. Fred Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Sun Sylvester tate at the expense; andif l the lambsare EGG SGLUESS &: RIEDEL. RUSS BASS MEAT MARKET O. F. BASS, '
Mr. Gilyard, a traveling salesman Mr. and Mm. Tobe Sylbetfer ready in large numbers for mar-
!I'f: for a Tampa hardware house, was calling Steve Acree, Mrs. Vida Bronson andMrs. ket at the same time they may be Carpenter and Repair Shop Contractor in I
,:, on th*..trade here last week. E. E. Brown. shipped cheaply by the carload or the Fresh Meats of
'. G. N. Wilkins was indisposed for Miss Abbie Harris of Kissimmee buyers may find it worth their whileto Inside Plain and Decorative
.i a day or so last week and Mrs. Wilkins spent Sunday with Miss Ernestine come after them. FarniahinNScreenincalld All Kinds. Painting and Paperhanging w

,'. took his place in the store. Brown, remaining after the party In selecting a breed it should be remembered Our Specialty. SIS Sproule Ave. Phone 67. ,'
.::1. Mrs. W. C. McCall has gone to Saturday night.a4fi'a4aa that no system of sheep ,
Greenville, S. C., to spend the summer farming is likely to be long success-
+ a4aa444a0 4C. ful which leaves out'ofaccount either WILDER'S STUDIO ,
j have moved
E. E. White and family CLARK & MEIKLEJONReal DIXIE THEATER
11,, to Orlando, that he may be closer in a wool or mutton. One or the other I t

touch with hie work as he is employed I.< THE AMBITIOUS WOMAN. a however, may well be emphasized, according !. the Place to Take Your Kodak Estate Dealer Cool Clean Comfortable
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__ in. surveying near that place - -!a-------- -fi44aaa44aaa to local conditions. Thus if
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e. Films for Developing if You
The city council has ordered eide pasture la-sparse, feed expensive and Sell the Earthin Class Entertainment
They High
walk laid immediately from Park ave- marketing arrangements poor: wool ,
I have the usual feminine admira- : -
ResultsYour .
nue to Highland avenue, on south side tion for the "pushful" type of young will naturally be the first consideration. Want the Beat Chunks.. Only h
of Fourth street. On the other hand, where con-
I man who means to get on, says Ethel .'
Mr. Myers, who recently sold his ditions are more favorable, a breed -.
White in the Baltimore American. I
fish landing and market on Hake. Apopka I will be selected for its mutton quali- ad in this Space will Cost You '
.
has gone to Connecticut to spend foresee that his wife will have silk ties. Even then, however, there is a WATERS A CARSON GROCERY The Leading. Moving Picture Show t

. < the summer there. stockings and then a motor car. He wide latitude of choice. ONLY $1.00 PER MONTHIn \ is Found at the .
"t of Ocala Porter is, therefore, a person of posisbilitiesand In order to assist the farmer in this
J. Day representing Co.Everything.
; Mallard & Co. of Jacksonville, was if I flout him at all I do so in an choice the Unit States Department' the Oldest and Most Widely PASTIME THEATER a

in this city Tuesday in the interest of tractive way He counts of just published in Read Newspaper in the Kis- f '
T' his house But why is it that the traits whichare Farmers' Bulletin 576, "Breeds of Bimmee. Valley District. to Beat. Gardner Broa, Mgra. ','y'

.>L S. S. Cunningham is having a stable most meritorious in man are so Sheep for the Farm" descriptions and ..
perfectly hateful in a woman? photographs the breeds
erected his store for the principal
: near new J. W. PRENTIS
' The ambitious woman is usually a with the addresses of the ,
protection of his horse. together sec- NELSON REALTY CO. "
woman I have ambition to meet. KISSIMMEE BOWLING ALLEY
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retaries of various breeding associationS
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R. B. Addison representing the Orlando -
i( She uses you"as a stepping stone to from whom additional Pianos, Organs, Talking Machine, 109 Broadway -.
" Business college was here last informs 9 Darlington Ave. xn
H; week. higher things, or'else she treats you tion can be obtained. These breeds
"VMilton Rhodes and family of Moul- "in a manner which would" be unbecoming may be divided into three main groups, Sewing Machines. Property Sold on W. E. Maaaell, MET.
. tile Ga., were the guests last week of to a black beetle. the middle wool the long wool and
, A. J. Walker and family. Your true woman is a creature of the. fine wool. All the middle wool Broadway.W. ; Commission.D. .
Mrs. Jennie Brown of Birmingham impulses likely to make a number of breeds have been developed primarilyfor and

Ala., is visiting her niece Mrs. Alf foolishly warm friendships, which fre- mutton. The long wools also are G. HANKIN8
to sudden conclusions. .
quently come
bred for
chiefly mutton. They are
., Eldredge.Miss Kathleen Mitchell who has She meets an artist with pleading the largest of all sheep and thrive best G. MTCAY REAL... ESATE E. K.IJAGEE.CarpnieT .
eyes and his shoe down at the heel, Adding Machine and :
pent the winter here at the Wayside where food can be obtained without AGENCY and Builder f .
Inn baa returned to her home at New. sketching: in a beech wood or she much travel. They do well also in regions '
come across a pretty"paid compan- of excessive rainfall. The fine Job ' '
it Bochelle, N. Y., Typewriter Graystone Block Work and a..BepaIrIac''
AW..'' Walker has purchased a lot ion-t..lurking forlornly in the drawingroom wools, including the American Merino. .
; Saw Tillaff a Specialty .
in Apopka and returned to his.home inH of a hotel, and she treats them and tie Rambouilett have. been bred For Sale. Sell Land Anywhere Commiaalon -IS Darlington Ave. .: '
Tennessee, to make arrangement to generously, both with gift and cons almost entirely for their wool alone. ,. on ,, . ;
"IiJ t ,move here'and build a home at once. fidences.' but she quarrel with Uncle Some 'of, these many breeds' Bay ,
:bAI N'B DEPARTMENTSTORE '
L. P. Lane visited in Jacksonville James (the only person lathe world the bulletin ,should be selected and ,. . ; ,OLIVER'S SUITATORIUM J
during the reunion last week.A. front' whom she has expectations), be- maintained for it is rarely good policy 1 1. COLE; &: UNLEY' .i. d
C. Starbird attended the meeting cause he eat oranges in a way which to cross sheep. Dry Goods, Clothlnj-SJioea.:_ Made to Measure tiothea'f

of county commissioners in Orlando gets on her nerves. ) Pressing and ?
Furnihlnc'. Jewelers and Optometrists Cleaning Repairing
last week. Her friendships are so many pleas- AN AFFLICTED COUNTRY. y
Brown of Birmingham Ala. ures, and when they cease to be a Hate Cleaned and BlackedPhone
Henry;
: who visite
last week, says that he has traveled there is one spot on the globe that .
over most oil the United States, But your ambitious woman cannot seems to be especially the victim of LAND CO.
South America afford to act in so unpremediated a misfortune it is the island southwest HUNTER
portions of Europe big F. DIBBLE &: SON V. R. ELLIS ,
and the islands of the sea, yet Florida manner.If of Italy. The Messina disaster Real Estate ..
pleases him better than any other she is civil to an unknown artist i is still fresh in the public Electrical Contractor
\lt him be of good cheer, there must, ,
country and especially Apopka. The horrors that Fancy Groceries
Miss Mattie Mae Williferd of this be genius in him after alIf\ she befriends catastrophe cannot be easily memory'j Properties that Will Water and Light Collector ,
city attended the musical recital in the lonely girl who is earning ten. And now the slopes of )
Kissimmee last week.D. her living, depend upon it she is try- have been shaken by Please. Phone 154. Phone 220 *,8 barUncton' Ave. t
W. High has purchased two lots ing to induce her to leave her present forces again. Houses have \ ;
and will start at once to build for himself situation to come and look after the down, as though built of 'cards and t :
a home here. ambitious one's children. there is said to have been great loss IL C. STANFORD CO. ROSS GRAVES When Coming tb the tsy

The directors of the State Bank of Of course, the gods make sport of of life. Nobody knows where next y Hardware, Furniture Sto....., DOLLAR LIMIT STORE "I tl;
Apopka have ordered a new safe vault her now and then. She has been will fall the hand of terrible misfor Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes, >
known to slight shabbily dressed old Don't Fail to Bring Your Small :'
and business goes on just as if nothng"Bad a tune. Agricultural Implement, --
happened.Mrs. -- woman who proved, to bea. person!.. -The--world' la I _a-pilo _.upofl__to Bend Furnishings and Change. Yoar Dime Last 'l

E. H. Dixon, who has been a family and she has lavishly entertained sympathy to stricken thousands in one .Building_Material. .,.. __-_ ..- Like Dollar. Six Rolla w
+ sufferer for a long time with pellagra, "millionaires" who turned out place one day and almost the next dayto be Ta1etPaperfor-25c ""w-- ::-
> last Sunday and was buried at to be comomn adventurers. | other stricken thousands in another Notions.DUTTONHARRIS. Paints, Oils Etc. Parson A Rainey.
the Apopka cemetery Monday after'lloon. But as a rule she is astute. And "
f" place. Floods in France and the Unit-
} -. so you always have the uncomfortable ed States great fires the eruption of CO. .
I Mayor W. R. McLeod took advan- feeling that any politeness on her partis the volcano near .Kago hima, in Japan WENNERSAWYERBooks ERNEST L. GREEN .:
take of the low rate during the reunion a pretense. Which is perhaps a droughts and consequent starva- I'
and went to Pensacola to visit little hard on* the ambitious woman) tion in China, Italian earthquakes Shoes f I Sign Writer and Decorative i';

.1 his son, Dr. W. G. McLeod. He elft since sometimes her likes and dislikesfit mine disasters in a.half dozen 'countries and Stationery .- Painter r.
? /'his store in charge of Talmage Wiley in With her ambitions. Credit her have followed each other in rap- 4. .t
: and Edward Holmes during his ab with some enjoyment in your tea table id succession. What a terrible list of .
106 Broadway.
I talk even though are aware that 26 Broadway. Phone 283.
you
since... awful happenings it is. 4 ;
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I ?f We regret to announce the death of she has called to wrest the recipe of., It has been less than six years since t 'f

,1. Miss Sue Wiley which ocucrred at they those must successful muffins from the great Messina earthquake and KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO. I .",J :

4'1, home of her grand-parents at Dublin you.Taken here against the people1 'of' Sicily are Get Your Candle Fresh From the ARTISTIC JOB PRINTING !\6
" Texas. She leaves in Apopka a brother for what she is worth, the the victims of turbulent nature. They ._ \;.
'. ambitious i is not to be ranked Everything for the Home CANDY KITCHEN'--- n. '" ,.. "
Talmage M. Wiley and two sisters woman have the whole world's The Boil - -
i Mrs. G. N. Wilkins and Miss Winston with; the bores of society. She is often they need material aid it will be forthcoming that Man and Macalnery' 11
.'y , Wiley. She was a devout member clever, with a pungent wit. She i I. from every country. The Unit- E. O. carlapd. 23 Broadway Can Do.

, t. > of the Methodist church and. a very always clearsighted tactful and full ed States, as is its custom, will do its ;
.i lovely young lady. of which e. Even the ambitiousfor part to relieve distress. When men Manager.KISSIMMEE F. C. Howe Prop. The Valley Gatte.a .

'" A quiet marriage was solemnized at dislike her so-are seldom and women are dying in such disasters -, .
r the home of Rev. and Mrs. E. 'Lee selfish ones. this country knows no aliens. It LUMBER CO.Wholesale r
3 I Smith on Seventh avenue and Alabama The ambitious mother who is determined gives with as lavish hand to the foreigner Your ad in this Space will Coat You LET US FIGURE WITH YOU 4
. _. < avenue May 6th at 3:30: 1914. The her children 'shall excel: in all as to its own people.A M
r 'l'4Jr"I contracting parties were Mr. Winboorn things is one of the most reckless ONLY $1.00 PER MONTH
spendthrifts in the world. She sacrifices and Retail On That Next Order of
r L. McCall and Miss MgttisLovelltothy Jacksonville paper contains a tin the Oldest and Most Widely Printing

y ,+. oU ph, -MrrMcCall is the genial '( her children's nerves and health page advertisement by a whisky house Read Newspaper In the Klasiramee Our I* the Better Sort. \
-_ irnggist of this place and is quite a and happiness.' Examinations are the showing Andrew Jackson Florida's I Valley District. ..., R
'_- business young man. He is a brother clever members of her first governor in the act 01 drinking a Phone 21. The Valley Gaxett
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L!;' of Rev. Moses McCalr, located in Cuba family, while those with muscles are glass of liquor. This booze concernin .
$" and also of Dr. McCall of this place. foroed-willynilly-to" "be good at this way welcome the Confederate F. H. LAWSON .
;; Miss Lovell is a graduate of the Apop- games. Veterans to the reunion. The law in Don't Overlook the GOOD ;
PRINTING
.ka h'gh' athno and is a Some of her ambition have failed- some the- use of pictures -
anSI" .
'.rt : young lady of amiable qualities there" are"deep lines 'graved--oa her of individual. for advertising .' VARIETY STORE Depend on the Man and Cqaipatont"We f
.I I. a daughter. of Mr. J. Lovell. Both face which tell us that. Some ambitions purpose without their consent. We Cash Store ,
-, parties are efficient members of the she has realised but only,after a presume Old Hickory was :not averse 801 BroadwayJ. Have the Beat of-BotVTha
.. Baptist,church. Hiss Lovell has furnished hard fight-and fighting; ia a sorry occupation to the) use of liftuor but to use his picture
., music for the Sunday school, for a woman ,it makes ,her to try'and popularize what is a It Broadway. E. Mnllennlx, Prop. Yatley.Gaa, ' t
I" B.. Y., P. U,. and prayer meeting for face hard her voice harsh, and develops positive evil is crime.: There should ,. "
'< time. Mr., McCall taking aeI the.latent cruelty., ....
some an be a law to prevent the UH of picture ;- '' :
I _-jive part in the services. Their nnr" The only. ambitions which ar* seemly of eminent men- in this disgracefulway W. B.-MAKJNSPN, 'BROADWAY FISH MARKET STATEMENTS...: ,NOTE.'" .. HEADS." > '" %. ...
I, maroua friend bespeak for them ahappy ia my sex are- foolish butterfly men who not here to w
are now BUI ...., Latter Head;Bastae**\ 4 thing which flit and .
and through vaguely harm.
'" prosperous voyage : Palatka N.... .
protest., '"
'f'!... life and at last..jto enter the haveIof\ lately through the mind-a., wish 'to : Hardware", tatlmy.Beat 501 Broadway Visiting Exeeated Carda...Promptly"\ ,
f:, -I t. be.,the .best-dressed woman in the '''Switaerlaad ,,
', r New factory. law* in Ue.Ytlhs'YsUe
,' ; - Mis*.Edith Reave 'gave a' delight.: room; a-desire. to-windibar, babyUismile faare'aetabUahed.. -t the.nftyoiaehonrweek SapaJUa..... Pfcaai 170-L Dnf.... ) to. "ta"Sea : ' :

--.t l' dinner. together with the laudable ambition that is ten boon daily for !fire ;;.,. . I' Gawttaw, :' 1 j

in, honor of her mother'a.brfbday$ ; ,It of.being: ae.charming\ ..as.poasi-. day*,and nine, hour on'Saturday: ,,. a* : ..".' ...". '--7.. ",.;nisssi 4.LJ.CPeap, > : i.4";' .!.... .

,: ,,5 4.cam*) :in-the way ,of r ,, a:nzpri .. Miss U.., .yw.. ..' the maximumworking*time," .. . .T :! -e'J .i x- L, ff"J ,!,. ;'

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Fellsmere property; 'on the :east 'coast Clara Ledbetter of'the high 'school'fa. I
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'LADIES that bears his name STUDENTS culty, Mr.'W. C. Bass of the board of : WHITTIER ; .Announcements
THE Mr, Vans A"ew.tal" / known Misq education,'Mr. E. P. Dann, Mrs. Char. : :

Fell all her life and the friendshipthat i lie Bandy, Mrs. W. W. Carson .Mrs, I I . FOR MEMBER HOUSE; OF* .REPRESENTATIVES

has hitherto existed: between them R.. G. ..:Johnson Mr. Harry Dale, Mrs. : ,' STATE OF-. *'

.r his ripened into love' which is to ", W, C., Bass. Mrs'R., M. Evans I II .ANDKENANSVILLE FLORIDA. -.'. .
culminate in their marriage early in DAYS I ,,': \
OF SHINGLE ; PAST I '
hereby'announce: myself ai a can.
,." June. "* did&te to represent Osceola county In '
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After the bridal trip the happy KISSIMWEE'S, '1 '
I . i. the house of representatives of the '
.' couple will. locate in Jacksonville u: Florida legislature, subject to the action ,
ASSETS
where Mr. Vans Agnew has recently- MEETAGAIN GREAT of the democratic voters at the.,
.CREEK'OIST.1 and will continuethe
opened, a law office
June primary S. J. TRIPLETT..
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: ; practise of his chosen profession.! '

g I II I AND WHAT SIIATL WE!: DO WITH .. FOR MEMBER\ OF THE HOUSE OF

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I Perform a Very Noble and TriplettJohnstonI!; Complete Organization One mind of in'the the first consideration thoughts that of the comesto assets \ Being the many impressed people with throughout the sincerityof the I \

Ii of Kissimmee is its splendid -.eli., 7 _:: C.Ity. county, who have urged ine to become

DeedENTIIC&S.rTLf.J1EST mate. This is rarely equaled and seldom a candidate for representative
t Christian I Bryan. of Alumni surpassed. One can hardly ever in the 5wer house of the legislature,

and also ambitious
state its value. being to serve the
I -- Closelallied to this is its freedom KENAr5VILL&th1As; PAVED people among whom I have been reared ;','

,c, SPENT: 'I I liE MltS.! E. I'. DANN '93 ELECTEDPit from the saloon and the consequenttrain STREEtS THE EQUAL OF ANY : I hereby announce myself as '.

DAY ('I.I<:ANlse. AM!IIEAITI-) i.-- ( f Ohtmuiil.. I Iroiu (pnge> "tit) ESI!I>ENT. ANI MISS CECE- of rowdyism afld riot. SMALL CITY IN THE STATE. candidate for the position of representative -

FMN'G PLACE IN: WHICH OVERSTREET( IS SEC.Iml'I In addition to these we have social from Osceola county in the "

"Mr.i l C-KUI" lit a,, THE IEIAII'El) ARE : to the nomination at the June .1
I would din hit- let to hones. 1I y lepeieiit ouipeople\ in a larger degree than I HOUSES. primary.
TAKING E1KRNALSLEEP; the peopli. if elected BIG TIME.I usual. PAT .JOHNSTON.. .

". .. N. C'. Hi'j an. I till' last t speaker, wash of the Os- These constitute an asset not to be j r Last week the edition of The Valley FOR MEMBER OF LEGISLATURE. _
-t-1 <-n nt 10lUC.i and hi -Latcd that he The I Alumni Association despised and to the permanent citizen Gazette took advantage of an opportunity I hereby announce
school myself
school met in the aucliUiiium as a can
p In thih day commercialism: 1. win, 'n was not,' a --peak I l I.ut 'liclong to the I 'eola high evening, May 13, this is a possession. A possession to to visit Whittier and Ken- didate for the legislature from O.-
/ 'nen"elai', arirt--thought Tuesday ; be used and enjoyed but not unaville two small
men are running mad in search of 'IIUKIIII s.' /: monopolized towns only a mile ceola county and solicit the
the byfluting support
money and women arc seeking ti> lead that if "cnt to I'allahai-ee tha). as a I and completed organization Mrs. and commercialized however apart and about forty-five miles from of the democratic voters in the June 'I
) the
in style of costumif, it is refreshing. to bupincss man h<. ('ould I I s(.<. tough the : as officers for year Car- much we may be tempted. J Kissimmee. It has been four years primary. N. C. BRYAN. 1
Dr. W. W.
t mingle for a day with the real br,ne H('hcmi'- m time to \oti against those I.; I I''. Uann, president; These conditions naturally bring toUR since we were in that section and the -+.
Verna
i and sinew of the human-the men and' (hat wTluld bc a"amOUI': \ mteiestk, hon, first viee-piesident; Miss the best. class of tourists, the so-' progress that we' saw on every hand FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER .

women whom v e must icly to lie aid he expected to /go: to the legislature -)I Ellis, second vIce-president; Miss Ce- called middle class. These find the I remind us that the middle and south DISTRICT NO. 2. ,,- .;1

-, -. klOCp! this upon the 1 best, the freest imd most' and sit and look on, that he t celia ()veratre.et, secretary; Tkliss Marie Mr.' climate for the benefit of health the sections of th j county were keeping -1 hereby announce myself a candi- 1ft, "1i

'4 glorious nation on faith had no pet schemes. or measures to Huddjestoni: assistant secretary; quiet for rest and the privilege of enjoying I pace with the north end date for the office of county commi.s'I'I

We weregnon th. oppoi, unity preset I and to judge/: from his own I (hark- Hand, treasurer. the and wielding Christian influences I Whittier while being one of the sioner from District No. 2, and'solictf '\

Wednesday to enjoj one of these day.. talk ,it t -(" mod that he is asking: the I After. the business meeting These conditions also tend to I oldest towns in the county and at one the) vote of al1 democrats at the primary .

'f Through the courtesy of Mr. O H -tiit,' -to /pay Ins expenses while he member* and their guests! repaired to induce the best type of prospectors time the county site, has not grown in to be held June 2, 1914 "t

Woodall we ..el'ul..d! un uiMtution, to I'take1- a two month' \acalion and goes: I thh'all downHair which had been to settle here. Not many o( the vicious I population and business as' has some E. L. D. OVERSTREET. j
II
: he present at the annual gathering, of |i DM'I t to t th, capital) to watch. the g<'ni '- I artistically decorated with bamboo tourists remain here long; other places but the people there are

the people of Shingle ("reekortion 'nt i l assimlilenai, t mine laws! lilaik-ejed-busans(: and school and Kis- There should be added to the already -I: substantial, the business is substantial FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.. '

1 to pay their lo\mg und ( 'lU' ,.tIan duty I 'I l-I-. mieting; watot a-, latg: as siminee pennants suitable to the occa- existing inducements more I the crops are good: the truck gardens DISTRICT NO. 3.

I to those. who ha\c entered iTit'i, then 'it t would )h.i\t' In. "in liail it "not In-en "iolJ. Here a bountiful four-course lodgings of the medium gcade: Our I are good and the whole popula- I hereby announce myself as a can- ,

eternalrpt I such i inclement \\tathei i but the I banquet had }been piuvided with cov- capacity for lodging was taxed almostto I tion is about as happy and contented fiidatp for re-election on the board of

Once a year the. latie'.f' Shingle gitatri. j"att'I of -the nudionoe" "OPlWd! ers for nftv-ttto peop4 I*. U" ore partaking -. the Itmtm part of the time last! n people a'S! we crvcr..had the pleasureof ,flinty! _commissioners .from..Diatria ._

Creek all upon all inon (to IIwdlIth it.t I b' foi luplett! ItIHI t the impieostonM ; of the !good things providedthe winter. and many occupied places so meeting/: We had been told that No a, and solicit the votes of all demo. '

them at the (ccineteiv and spend one I ,,, (pnvail> thll' I I., :"ill pioan whole company sang "Dixie, using inferior .that they did not remain long. 'there were ample accommodations at crate at the primary to be held June 1

day..jkVnning th<. lots and doing. -u
other woik i as will. maki the ii"tiiigplace / .....- -- --- the stirring- martial air sO well remembered the medium grade Most keepers !| expect to find a hotel that could easily I IvOR COUNTY-TREASURER. ._,

of the di'ad a thing' of hea ii t y. j CERTlfEDEXPENSE and loved of lodgings: ."houldlrade/: up their ]] accommodate fifty people nor did we I Deeply grateful for the honor which

If there was a man 01 woman. w ho fiRST| I Several toasts weic proposed, among/: places a little and then exercise a lit- expect to find the table the equal to I the democrats of Osceola

failed to annwei the ,'aIl on \\ <*!lns' I I which was one to "Oai ducats; by tle less greed in prices. I. the best hotels. in the stale, but such I fererd county con-
I | on me by electing to the '.
: day, wp didn't hear th:. nanit mentioned ACCOUNT :Mi-b Joberta Bryan, '0'! who paid a I'' The much agitated lake front improvements -j I are facts, and we desire to say to any I j office of county treasurer me two .

and wt don't believe th.clal, < I I pretty tribute to our visitors, who, in ought: by all means to be who contemplated visiting Whittier I ago and assuring them that I ynarsI :

t There !..ere fully one hundred and I KI" ''mmee. are our fnends! The "Class made some parks\ should be laid out 'II that Mr. Jas. O'Berry is prepared to i appreciate it, I hereby greatly:

: twenty,five people pl'osent-about one I'' i 111.1,1)i m \ ,\uioi( :". ( \M\IKS!'< | | of 'I 14" \sa< given by Mr Evans, who, and equipped,and better equipment I entertain them in a manner in keeping | --elf as a candidate for re-election announce my.and ,.
J third which and to them I ifi characterized should he provided all the institutions : with the best hotels in Florida I
/ of were men 1\: use FOL\ ( <)UNT't.: a very unique way. i | can only promise if nominated and
the women delegated the job of build I c-ach m"mbi..r of the youngest/: class of designated/ to aid in the developmentof But who would have thought a year I elected that I will continue to perform

ing a fence around the <'emet"ly, But'i I tht M'hc,ol Thi- \\'responded .to byliss social, educational and religious ago that in the pine woods a mile east I I Hie duties devolving the
I it mustn't be thought for an instant. I ndn; tin new -tut law CMIJ' canrlidati .: Lucy \itherspoon, who also proposed culture I of Whittier a town with splendidly I boat of my ability. upon me to

1- that the women did 110 work for a ," ., is uiUiiirt. | to. file \ ibhcferk thp. : a toast to "The High: School Paculty The greatest asset of the city con- paved streets would apring up. It is I S. L. LUPFER.

t doxen->aked leaven cleared lots. or'l,I- )f th 't'tIH'L j n teniz.4eenae. ." hmts. of Its. boys and girls. What Kts- thought that as-yet there,ar* not a-ny i - -- --

i : weedsl and remade sunken and account of the campaign and another twenty-five Mrs. E. P Dann, '93, a member of !simmee is to be depends on what is great number of houses in the town, FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER,

gotten graves. I|i da\'- before electron ten the first class graduated: from the done to bring these to proper development but what are there are well built and I DISTRICT NO. Z.
\ and Mill' another
I before election !
,, .i Everybody brought along a l hal
.t\ filled- with good things to eat, and I I""r'" ort after election covering/: to the building/: of the first school Our responsible leaders need to get come. This town is called Keenans- for member .of the school board

when 12 o'clock came hoes. and rakes expense of the campaign: house, located midway between North together and study more diligentlyand yule named after the family into from District No. 2, subject to the ac-

; were laid aside and all gathered at I In compliance with this law in Osceola the Various and South Kissimmee of the lonesome more thoroughly the problems of I whom the late Henry M. Flagler married tion of the primary to be held June 2 ..
candidates for office ,
the school house; where improvised tables alks the pupils made to and from social welfare, and then put them- 1914 WALTER BRONSON.FOR .
f e were filled to the outer edges; with county have filed with J. L. Overstreet, school of the picturesque additions to selves more vigorously to the task of While the East Coast railway-

t chicken pie, apple pie, guava pie, and clerk of the county the following the building one room at a time, untila providing all the things needed for tends many miles below Keenansville COUNTY

other kinds of pie that mother never statement of expenses: new one was recessary and of the betterment regardless of the cost in a regular schedule is maintained no I COMMISSIONER.

made. There was beef and mutton and For" Representative many vicisitudes and pleasures of this sand, or money. further a train leaving there for May. hereby announce myself a candiy
energy
in the meat line and salads of Pat Johnson . - -- . -- -.J6879 of the O H. S. date for county commissioner from
pork the first class All the play life and amusements of town at 9:40 in the morning and returning -
N. C Bryan _ _ __ 52.40' District No. 4, subject to the democratic
I i every kind and description, as well as ---.-. ,. - 40.00 Mr Arthur E. Donegan, an able rep- the young people should be taken out there at 8:40: at night. .
J.
S. primary.
real old home-made coffee that reached Triplett 'uu. --' I. resentative of the class of '94, spoke of the hands of commercialism and put Much has been written about the W. R.
the right vot. To ,sum it injust For County Commis !!on railroad from Whittierto GODWIN.
up _ : ___ 7.40 of the prominent men who had been upon the same plane with their educational contemplated
W. F. Walker
a few words': we never ate a bet- u u. this school whomare interests and provided for ac Baasener, to be built by the Southern .
W. R. Godwin _ __ .__ 21.00 sent out by among ; FOR COUNTY ''COMMISSIONER
meal. --
I .; ter D W. Alderman __ ._ _. _ 12.40 United States senators present cordingly. "The boy without a play- Colonization company and many DISTRICT NO. 2. <.:#'
And the meal made all the moreenjoyable u --
was withouta have declared it to be nohting shortof
and and the distinguished is father to the man
past repre. ground I
E. L. Leslie __. ____ 2.40 hereby announce myself as a can.
the hospitality of the u.oo - .
by but if those
E. L. D. Overstreet--------- sentative-to-be of the Foruth district job, because through the activities a pipe dream pessimists didate! for the office of county commissioner ..

i made people. Everyone. even the children A. F Bass _... __ ___ ___ .. 8.40 our own Joe Sears Mr. R. G. Johnson of youth energies are developed and will go to Whittier they will finda of Osceola county from: District
feel like wanted- n -
you you were '04, one of the boys who were so stored away for use in mature life large force at work under two experienced No. 2 and solicit
Young Tindall _____ _:I.124fr, the vote of
.- real downright homey hospitality. School loyal to their school as to drop out of but from these activities should be railroad engineers-T. O. democrat at the polls in the every
After dinner Mr. S. J. Triplett. who For Member BoardW. Perkins and A. B. Porter-and six primary

:., is a candidate. fo".he legislature, and C. Bass. __-______________ 8.40 of their graduating class and a give class her of the boys distinction recount. : eliminated ments. the unclean and vicious ele- miles, of track has already been laid to be held June 2, 1914. '
Blackwell ___ 7.40 R. L. 'LANI R.
J. A.
who w&u the only candidate who had Walter Bronson uuun 5.40 ed their varied experiences before becoming -, Honest, well organized commerce is and a quarter of a mile. is. being put -

acceptedthe invitation* to be present.. For 'Supervisor of RegistrationC. nnun-- eligible to membership in this ; a great convenience rich blessing, down every day. F9R MEMBER BOARD OF COUNTY .I
was called on to .tell"the people what This road will have its terminus at .,
he would do if elected. For thirty minutes :\ I W. Griffin ..,--_______.., 15.00 asosciatlon. Miss Inca Carson spoke) ,, but sordid commerce is a great curse. the Kissimmeeriver few miles COMMISSIONERS DISTRICT.. '
ofthe and downs of th..Si..y a
.. 'ups Material things indispensable but No.
For Assessor-.: are 3. :
Mr. Triplett engaged their atten. '
Uon and told Jn unmistakable words W..I. Barber _______-...."_?.. 20.00 Row"J class of 1912. they are good only, a* they maybe, vast above Ball8 neerj of rich and will open up a I hereby announce myself as a can..': ,.

,: what his attitude would be on all ..W. M. Ferrell ____. ___._-.?..?-. 46.40 Short histories of their classes 'W.regiven and are, used to maintain noble man- It Is territory the intention of country.the editor,to didate for the office of member of the .!"
I' .. Johnson- 98jDr. hood and womanhood and to Board of .
questions of public moment if elected FoiTax CollectorC. -* by Mr. Clay : develop County Commissioners from >
another. visit to this section dun-
__ ___ __ ___ W. W. '01 Mrs. Marion Car genuine character in the rising ray District No. 3, and solicit the" .
J to 4, ,, next legislature. He explained the For County Treasurer- son. 03, Miss\ Elizabeth Carson '05, eration. all democrats at the primary to be
extended
-. -drainage law, the blue sky law, the S. I* Lupfer -_____-- _______10210 :Mrs. J. D. Jeffords '07, Mrs. S. G. What shall we do with and for our write-up. held June 2, 1914.

I railroad freight law, and pledged his For Member Executive Committee- Ragsdale '08, Miss Marie Huddleston boys and girls that they may growup. MOTHERS SELF-CULTURE :J. A. BLACKWELL. :

., word to do alt in hfa power to rid the Roma Thomas _._ ._ .. n-0000 '09, Miss Virginia Tiller '10, Clarence into such characters as shall bless CLUB ENTERTAINED
.. ; books of such inlquitfous measures. Johnson, '11, Sam Lupfer '13, and Ed- the country and honor God? is the FOR MEMBER BOARD OF COUNTY

Mr. Triplett's speech was well received PLEASANTLY ENTERTAINED., ward Newton, '14. paramount question.W. An open meeting of the Mothers'SelfCulture COMMISSIONERS NO. 5. DISTRICT

P, and made a strong impression Mr. Arthur E. Donegan who actedas B. WITHERSPOON. club was held at the I hereby
announce myself
Last the candidate
Wednesday evening magnificent a -
on his audience.. toastmaster, then called on severalfor Chapter House on Friday afternoon/ for re-election
L.
home of and as member
Dr. Mrs. C. a of
Hyatt at 316 Main street' was the occasion speeches and Mr. Evans made of the an NAMES THAI 1 WILL May 8th. the board of county commissioners..
L HEARTBROKENTlTHE of a most pleasant reception able appeal for a separation, An interesting talk by the president from District No.6, subject to the
school
-, high school from the Mrs. Makmson.
grammar will of the democratic
to the fire of voters at the
given boys our city by
1 and the intermediate! and primary APPEAR ON BALLOT Piano solo-Mrs. Howell. to be held
the doctor and his estimable wife. primary June 2, 1914.
SEPARATION grades and also for a distinctive name Vocal solo-Miss Alma Griffin.
W.
It will be remembered that about F. WALKER.FOR .
! for each of the grades in the high Original paper.
two months the residence of Dr.
ago school instead of the college terms "Physical Training of the Young COUNTY
COMMISSIONER.
Hyatt caught fire and but for the The following list of names are :
&vi freshman sophomore junior and senior Child"-Mra. J. T. Burkhalter. I
i f : COL. STOVALL'S PET POODLE, timely arrival and heroic work of the as used, in many; of our, schools.Mr. those that: wIll apPear upon the official,I Vocal solo-Miss Joe Berta Bryan. date hereby for re-election announce as myself county a candi _
t the entire would ballot at the election to beheld commissioner
FORBIDDEN TO SEE MASTER renien building R. G. Johnson spoke of the feeling primary Original paper, "Neglected Duty"- from district No. 1. ,
consumed
have been but June 2.
,(i fortunately that he little fellow in the primary Mrs. Sam
Lupfer. Pd
IN HOSPITAL. WANDERS as a E. L. LESLEY.
I the loss amounted to onJTy a few hun- The following list has been certifiedby
-- department felt as good as the Piano solo Mrs. Howell.
TO DEATH.-
AWAY dred dollars. properofficers ;
-- ::: J senior and emphasreed the importance A special feature of the afternoonwas ,FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.I -,
The doctor about the of State II. _
set to Secretary C1ar.Cra'w
put -
of a separate high school in order that the beautiful.talk by Miss Wil-
in condition and ford of Tallahassee has certified the hereby
f' One of the pathetic incidents of the iouse again perfect those pupils in the lower gradese hoyte, who spoke of the "Opportunities announce mrseif.a candidate .
of the follows for
nai just complete } it, and as soon as names state candidates as county commissioner front
late illness of Colonel Stovall presi- might have something to inspire themto of the Mother both as an individual *
it be thrown District No. 6
his
to to : and
was ready solicit
open the
Tribu the school. Miss and member of support
dent of the Publishing company complete an organization.
e grammar
'rionds the to the United States Senator: Duncan U. of Jthc voters-for that --
reception was given office.
is that the colonel'spet Ledbetter also of Delightful refreshment served.
; 1- "Frisky, firomen token of for urged a separation Fletcher and John .N. C. Stockton. -were pd DE WILTON
poodle is dead from a broken as a appreciation the boys and girls of high school age The club will meet at the home of ALDERMAN.
(r the valiant and heroic work done by Representatives in Congress. Fourth .
., heart. on the point of discipline. She said Elmo Mrs. M. Munger at 74 Mabbette FOR MEMBERS HOOL
them in saving this most attractive Congressional District: St. W. BOARD
Everybody who has been to the they should not have to conform to thesame street Friday afternoon May 22d. We DISTRICT NO.
home from total loss. Acosta Claude. L'Engle, William IL 1.
Tribune offices has met and submitted to will be to have all the mothers of
"Frisky" regulations they as glad I hereby
A bountiful served Malone, W. J. Sears and Albert M. announce myself candidate
*. .- he was the pet of the whole force and supper wae little children. The importance of this Kissimmee to,meet with us. for re-election a
which all the Williamson. as a member of
z' all who knew him. "Frisky" was tKecolonel's fourteen was'heartily enjoyed by association was emphasized by Dr. W. Commissioner of Agriculture T. J.Appleyard the school board from District
present and alt voted that : No. 1, '
.
., inseparable companion and W. Carson who advocated that they CIVIC LEAGUE ..'
P and ask the democrats
Mrs. Hyatt is one of the most ideal Jr., and W. A. McRae. of Osceola
t when Colonel Stovall was first taken hostesses in our city. work together to bring about this sep Justice of the Supreme Courit\ JohnC. ADJOURNED FOR SEASONThe county for their votes at the primary '.

I. _; I1L was constantly with him at home. aration of the different departmenof H. Ellis and M. on June 2, 1914. W.
"When Stovall's Those present were: A. A. Tano Avery W. Thomas\ Ladles of the Civic League held C. BASS.
Colonel condition be- the school and thus create ideal
,.
.
caine so critical that he was taken to chief; Ed Roberts captain J,.C. Buckle ; conditions that! will result not only ina Shackleford.The their last session last Tuesday afternoon FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD.
first lieutenant C. D. Cain second above names will be followed by
the hospital.MFrillky" followed and ; better school but also in. a bitter for the season. The regular routine ,
lieutenant; Ed Magee Ira Best. H.Wetzed the cotlDty'candldatell whose names of business was taken and I hereby
:, when not allowed to. enter the sick up announce myself a candl- ",
,, room hung around waiting patiently, W. O. Thomas R. Myers; S. city.After have been certified by the circuit court gone over.. date for member of the school board :'
J. C. Roberta !' singing "Florida My FlorIda clerk J. L. Oven reet follows .
Lupfer as :
to seehis master. For several days W. A Joiner. ," the first annual sesion of the Mrs. Best was appointed a commit- from District No. 3, and solicit the h
In G.ne.1A.aembll
the
For
Representative tee.of one to investigate the matter of support of the
be around the voters *
stayed hospital and fin- o --Osceola
2 ally wandered over to the Tribune of.fice MEETING OF THE '_ i ._ ,___", Htglr Alumni SehObhn..nevent'"of Association of the the Osceola : S.1.- ; Triplett Fat Johnson -, turning on the water for use at thecem.tery. at the approaching, primary county __,._ ,
AUDUBON .past, and N. C. Bryan. -" -
SOCIETYThe A motion prevailed to
and visited each employe in turn purchase B. H. GUY.
but who tell the wonderful force
. can For County Commissioners: District five additional. Iron settees to be i'
, not returning home as he seemed to
know that the colonel was not there. regular meeting of the Audu- wielded by the one hundred and eleven No. 1, E. L. Leslie; District No. 2, R. placed under the spreading oakes on FOR COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR.1.

Aimlessly straying the bon society was held at the Chapter graduates of the Osceola high school! V. Lanier and E. L. Overstreet; District the court house campus for use of the I beg to announce to the voters of
street U'
up House thus set in notion by this organisa No. A. F. Bass and J. A. Black-
sick at heart he was picked up by a on Tuesday night last, wltlj: \ a & public. j Osceola county that I am a candidate
( ; friend and sent to Dr. Porter's infirmary good at J1dance. tion.There well District No. 4, Young Tindall and There being no further .business before for office of tax' assessor subject to 'I ri '
; where he died. Surely if there I The business session was presidedover were present.Mrs. E. P. Dann, W. R..Godwin; District No. 6, W. F. the league a motion\was made : the action of the democratic primary ,
by Mrs. J. M. Willson Jr. '93 Mr. Charlie Bandy and Mr. Arthur Walker and D. W. Alderman. and ,
: .ever was a case of death by grief I president ; and carried that the meeting now adjourn will. appreciate your support. r;
k "Frisky" was one. He leaves a host I Iof. of the society and several{ interesting F. Donegan,, '9.; Mrs. T. J. War, For Tax Assessor W. I. Barber to meet again at the call of the I W. M. FElSRELL. '

t friends who hold him in fond remembrance I discussions on Florida birds ing '97, Mr. Clay, Johnson '88, Miss and W M. TerrelL president next falL \
I and their )habits.went brought out. Albina Smith and Dr. W. W. Carson, For Tax Collector: C L. Bandy. I FOR TAX ASSESSOR. '

ti I I Mrs. IL C. Stanford had charge of 190V Mrs. Marion Carson '03, R. G. For County: Treasurer:' S. L. Lap-: FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.didate I hereby.announce my candidacy for 1-

-; '; KXA.-VANS' AGNEW 1'0--: 1 1I the program riOT thi.soccsioti;, which Johnson "*04, MtasE11zabeth'Craon 'fezFor- .nb&JIft U1\er.m"' aeai1- elerttoir-for the positron of taX:

I 1 ' BECOME A BENEDICf1 proved both interesting and instructive "'OS, Mn.'Matti. Prerakt Bird. '07, Mrs! .. Supervisor of Registration. : C. for rs-el"ction to the office of leaBOr In and for Osceola county: al- t

', .. > '0--- the following number* being rendered J< G! Jeffords. 07; Miss Verner Ellij .n. Griffin. county commissionerrom District No. I fully appreciate the
The newi has"just leaked opt here i in an excellent manner. and Mrs.,'S. G. Ragsdale. 08, Misses For School Commissioner: District 2, and solicit the rapport of the dem- roe by the citizens of the support given

.- that' Mr P. A.} Vans,Agnew of the Reading "Letters on Birds" (by the 'Berta Bryan, Ruth Butler and Marie No.: I, W. C..Bass; District No.X Wal ocratic voters of Osceola county 'in tle) the past and if re-elected, country: In

law firm of Vans'Agnew ft: Crawford. i late Bishop. Whipple-). -Mrs.. W.. ,B.Maklnlon. .. Huddlestone, '09, Misses Virginia Tiller -' ter. Bronson, aDd 1E..D.. ,Wootep;, District primary June 2 1914. same impartial and f..rle promiM i. the
Is about to become Benedict.. ". I .- -- ,' Rhea Pherigo and Mrs. Uarr No..3, '.. a] Stratum. RA:4IOND: V.. LANIER. of the duties of the office dl.charce

.; ? iThe k'id.tob..hgUIi: .: Marian:Fell "- Reading-.!*Th.En..lblSpanoW"f'! Dale, ,'l\ EaekielPherip and Clarence Member. State ,Executive Committee WM. L

,.f- Warernton,"Va- whose father. Z.Kelsoa Mrs.. Wlndhurst .. !'.' Johnson It;Corinne Gilbert Inet :'. .H., C/Stanford. .,,,' ".: ; 'n' FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER DIS. BARBER.

' '<.* ?Fell; with his.brother,'fowid.f -Reading.The Mockingbird"..., CaraoPk.Juatina; Safford, '12. Misses' : County Executive Cominlt- -. TRICT NO..2., fOR MEMBER 'DOCRA'kIC' i

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