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 22, 1914
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00647
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Much Important Properties ii Salary Fixed at $300.00 1:,

Change Hands I and Bond at -$500,00POPULAR




-"-- R the meeting the city council d

j Our real estate dealers have been e1 last Tuesday night the election of a '
i enjoying some good business duringthe i t r; tax assessor was brought up and when
past week and some important the ballot was taken it was found that "
r deals have been closed, among whichwe R. W. Cobb had been selected M the i
might mention that Andre Van der

V Meersch, who has been located here : \ .J man.We want to congratulate the council .. +:
for the past severat-m ntha,*h* -induced . I + upon"theble; selection'they fravg mad. "
his associates, Wm. J. Burns 7 and without saying anything against ;

and Guy B. Beddinger, to join with f i any of the other aspirant to this: posit -"
him in the purchase of the Van Duzen ion we feel that it is but just and t
farm, which contains 160 acres, located I due to Mr. Cobb to say that in our
five milese south of this city neat opinion he is in every way fitted and
Campbell station. The farm has a prepared to do faithful and efficient r

grove of sixty acres in full bearing work, and that is just what he will do
and is recognized as one of the best without fear or favor.
in Osceola He holds in the
properties county.Mr. now a position
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Van der Merach has already begun -- w .,". ...' scription department of Roberson'sdrug
the erection of a modern round store of this city and the gentlemanly -

log) bungalow on the beautiful lot recently i Cattle Dealers Should courteous manner In whichhe
purchased in Lake Shore addition CLOUD CITY COUNCIL meeb and greets his friends has .l a

just west of the magnificent new won for him the respect and admiration
club house and during the past week Their of all who know him.
Mr. Biddinger has closed a deal where- Organize IndustryAND The salary Axed by- the council for

by he becomes the owner of an entire PLANNING j the performance of the work is $800.
city block immediatelyadjoining the HELD SHORT and the bond required of in'* success

Van der Meersch property, which he ESTABLISH PACKING HOUSE AND COLD STORAGE INDUSTRY ful candidate is fixed at $50.
expects to improve at once with a We feel that we can conscientiously
modern home. say that for this year at least the taxpayers U
Messrs. Burns and Beddinger both CELEBRATIONWill OSCEOLA COUNTY. HEARTILY APPROVES THE SUGGESTIONOF SESSIONAlderman will give their list to a man
come from New York, where Mr. VALLEY GAZETTE. who will strive earnestly-to see-that

Burns is well knowh through his immense the burden of. taxation Is distributed

detective agency, which he'has The editorial of last week in The cattle to the slaughter house. It would in proportion to the property owned
operated for years so successfully end Valley Gazette seems to hive strucka require another crew to slaughter and and the little fellows not compelled ;
Mr. Beddinger has been his business Have OldFashioned4th responsive chord with those interested dress the meat, another crew wouldbe Thomas to carry the bulk of the load.
manager in that business for a long in the cattle industry in Osceola employed to manufacture the ice Reports The city is to be congratulated upon

tone and their joint,association in detective county and it has been a topic of. dis- to pack the meatTind cool it out as it I the success of the man.
work with Mr. Van der Meersch of July Event cussion during the week. came from the dressing department, i '
what caused them to
was perhaps on Ledger SystemCITY
In an interview this week with. a another crew would be employed to WILL ,
location for their
come here seeking a EXCHANGE
for it
pack shipment and'Ioad into
home. Valley Gazette representative, Col.! E. refrigerator -
southern! COMMITTEES ON ADVERTISINGAND L. Leslie, one of the pioneers and also cars and iced ready; for its
Their here will be the
of bringing others to Kissim- one of the leading cattlemen of Os- ,
mee means and the upbuilding of the community BUSY.St. osola county, took occasion to congratulate Besides these various crews who TO PUT IN LOSE LEAF SYS' *' ..> ..
and we are pleased to*hav* The Valley Gazette for tak- would be employed directly with the :TEM .THINKS,THE THBTTHANSfEa'
them come to make their homesamong Cloud our little sister city that ing up the subject and laying It before slaughter, there would be numerous ALDERMAN. FIIWT'OF-JCNB "
has the' people in such manner as to show bi-products growing out of this Indus- WILL BE MADE.
us. justly won on merit the title of I j' "
where our people have been losing try that would come in for attention.The I -
I the "Wonder City, is planning for al i I much from being hides the would The roll call of members of the city The firm'of Cole'*\!Unl
big event to be held there on July 4th, money year to year by from cattle be council at last jewelry : y ;
NATIONALDECO1! and the committees on both the adver-,} forced to sell their cattle to the tanned right here and that would employ night showed the'meeting. Tuesday will move from their present,locationto
present W.-Thompaon t
tising and transportation have been outside markets at any price they can a crew,of help to handle an average 'president T. M. Thom- the store room now occupied. by .
instead -of- having home market of perhaps 200 hides The ; Rivers, Roma the Wenner-Sawyer ,book store and
appointed and get a per day. .
TION DAY they are working'.like as and O. F. Kribb. .
where the cattlecould be marketedand waste fat and would supply, Postal Telegraph office.'
.. beavers grease
formulating and T'b.
plans perfecting application of E. E. Mage for will'y
slaughtered. sufficient amount of grease to operatea I The Wenner-Sawyer book store
1 for the the
arrangements big chief
WILL BE, OBSERVED HERE ON event. Mr. Leslie has been in the ,cattle soap factory, and that 'would mean I position as of the ore department ' move Into the room' vacated 'by Cole
1, business here for many years and has the employment of, another crew, was presented and read until but A: Unley,, so that It amounts to an
I I ;SATURDAY. MAY, 80.S St. Cloud, never 'does anything by studied the-business from every angle while the horns and hoofs W'Oulcro.faction on same. was deferred. the exchange of location -which'will, ,no
: halves, as was evidenced by the royal ,and as stated to the writer, he hasrealised consumed In the manufacture of glue i i'i I next: regular tend meeting. doubt be to .the advantage of each
.Planl have been completed for the manner in which she received 'and en- The of the collector the
: for years the loss in the manner from the extract and the horny sub party, as the present'location of Cole
. annual decoration of the of all tertained the G. A. R. encampment of water and light accounts was presented ".
graves of cattle but the
handling our stance converted into combs and ornaments A: I Un er will be as good. If not better,.
the soldiers on Saturday morningMay the State that met there just recently.{ j misfortune has been that we were which are manufactured. from and accepted and filed. for the book store, and the iewalnr, 't I
80, by the ladies of the GranArmy We feel of this Roma Thomas, who was appointed ." .
proud little sister I 11 short of funds to establish these various such material. store will have a better location for r
of the Republic, who will be. -in and will gladly asslt her in this effort' branches of the industry. He said The vats would require tank' ac d as leaf a committee to investigate the:. J lose I their business after. the change take. '....
charge of the ceremonies.: to celebrate ledged proposition in connectionwith ,
this national independenceday our produces endless
All old soldiers and their families and we-have every reason to expect I I buyer for Miller Bros'. 101 ranch of tity of scrub palmettoes that produce quan- the tax assessor's business, reported .It has not as yet been decided what y''
that he bad
are cordially invited to attend and to that a large number of the citiI;; I participate in the decoration by bring- tens from Kissimmee will avail them-, ]I bought in Florida and shipped to the that there would be employment for proposition and he did whether they will remove with the
not consider that the
ing flowers for that purpose. selves of that to visit the ranch he thinks of less city was just
oppprtunity never making I still another.<'rew. Cleaning our farms, book store or whether it will remain.
The G. A. R. post will meet in their Wonder City and join with them in I I than $10 per head net profit and that digging palmetto roots and supplying now in a and position to take up the proposition Mr. Roadman, who had planned to
han at 9 o'clock and proceed in a botiy celebrating. I t the cattle from heir would that the matter
line of shoes
the tanic acid for the tannery. be dropped for the which open a and hosiery in the i .
from there to the cemetery, where W. G. King of the hustling firm of I II I gain at least 400 pounds in one season. This is not all the benefits to be done: present, was book store room, has been refused the

the graves will be strewn with flow- King & Anderson, the real estate firm Colonel Leslie suggested that a derived from this immense industry. The election of tax privilege and he has removed with ..
ers by loving hands. of St. Cloud is the I meeting of the cattle men of Osceola a assessor was his and
I on committee on I With all these crews of employee a next in order 'and the of five family stock of merchandiseto
Please bring flowers in abundance transportation, and they are sparing I 'county together with the friends who bank would be established to handle candidates names Fort Lauderdale, where he will establish ,
I were and .the
as we want sufficient to decorate thegraveoBvery no time in perfecting the I approve of establishing the cattle industry -, his business.
arrangements the business and handle the pay roll, ballot taken, whereupon the clerk ;
soldier:, no matter on for trains sufficient to handle i I'': upon a profitable basis be called and there conies another crew to be that R. W. Cobb announced . The book storeroom will be completely se
which side he fought, as he was a soldier I the crowds that In in Ku- having received I ,
mass meeting overhauled and
are expected to attend together supplied with work. Now with all of all remodeled to suit the p
a majority the votes
I.e in battle and, we want to perpetu- from here and Narcoossee. I simmee at an early date and get a these employes coming here with their was declared elected as the cast, taste of the new occupants and their ._
j tax
Ate\ his memory and keep it. green by. j full from them as to what city line of will be .. .
I1 .--' h tokens. They tell us that they are arranging expression S families, .what-does it mean -to KissimmeeT assessor for the ensuing year. jewelry mad attractive
Returning se from the cemetery, a din- for a "crackerjack" celebration and 1 they would do or attempt to do. He Lands are to be sold, houses There being no other business to as it it possible to secure. s I
know what that So favors co-operation and Suggested that are to be built, and..thua we find employment
you means. get come before the body the council
ner will be spread at the rink wherea.the ,
I in connection with the
your glad rags in order and let's numerous for a crew'of carpenters to stood adjourned. .
go sentative of Bureau
soldiers and their families are the of Animal Industry
of this
growing out thata
over and join in the celebration. erect these'homes. These families are '
Tnrlted-to : .
)of the United States
come and bring baskets filled i bank be capitalized .and organizedfor fed and government c
with provisions. All who for our grocers now come at Atlanta Ga. and also to the
; care I the of the cattle industryand
coffee to drink with their lunch are requested W. O. W. ORGANIZER HERE. I in that purpose way be prepared to take for; also a profit must on be increased clothed and IPROPOSfD CONFAB State Board of Health of Florida. and

to bring spoon and cup, as .care of the Cattle men. He said that fin merchants all the railroad officials, the wisdom of a
so our are "
that will be the' only means of servingyou. C. H. Dame, st 't@ organizer for the often cattle men will buy cattle because line for a share in the benefits. I' OF CATTLE MENThe conference between these several representatives v{

W. O. W., has been in this city this they see a bargain in them, and With the establishment of this enormous i at an early date. All par- #
FAp1erRj: :! left with Mrs. Belle Modie week in sometimes ', ties have expressed willingness to con
the interest of that order and borrow a part of the moneyto industry here it without i
goes recent shipment of cattle from
.t 319 Aderhold will be cared fer. The time and the place'of the
has managed ta arouse considerable t; pay for them, that when the note that the Seaboard
for and conveyed to the and saying railway this point to other states has developed conference remains. to be fixed_ .TJtwy. _
cemetery interest already in the local camp. He 1 falls due they are forced to throw the would at once begin to lay plans to the fact that the regulations by ; .k f.
the are being raged to meet at
placed upon graves. Ran met quite a number of the 1t cattle on the market for whatever
members tap this city with her system of roads the United States
The public. is invited to. join in this and.from present indications the they; can get in order to meet the note. and thus we would be given competitive the several states government In Mgard and to the by in.inibte order could that as many cattle man as I ;
: be. and confer
service. prevent !
camp is taking on new life. Arrangements A bank for their interest could be organized rates by rail and being situatedat 'dipping of cattle are tfher difficultto with the :
MRS. BELLE MODIE fcu-horities. It i. to be hoped *
have been made that would allow the cattle
to give a smoker I the head of water navigation; we harmonize with
the result that that
this will
Ladiese G. A. R. simplify the .ituatio..*
Secretary at the in Fraternity Hall merchants to hold their cattle ,
camp next would be entitled to and would Deceive fchippers scarcely know where they and
force are permit to
Tuesday night, at which time it is desired as they desired without being shipments go forward
the rate in competition to water in forwarding cattle from Florida to in the future '
Mrs. H. N. Bratton and Mrs, R. S. that every member of the camp *to; sell on a dull market and besides rtation. While it would not be other state In order to smooth out without unnecessary :restrictions I'

;, Floyd left last week for Green Springs be present. All visiting W.O. W. with' a packing house established heret exact a seaport city we would be difficulties, C. A. Carson on behalf any of In such or delay. a yi
'',,,,near' Tampa, :where they will spend a members in the city are invited to I would permit these cattle men to closely connected with the seaport I the-local cattle men, has suggested to : case all cattle a conference men is held we ,i
our to If
urge attend
r month. come out, I pick out a few of their best butcher that we would enjoy the seaport rates, Dr. E. M. Nelbert, who Is the .. do
rep. they possibly can so.
stock. and turn them in to the slaughter which would mean thousands of dollars ,
-- house and the revenue from them saved annually by our, people on -

would relieve their obligation/ with the one item of freight alone. And the
the bank and they could then hold the ones interested in the cattle industry A
remainder until there was a demand would not be the be
IF: only ones to benefited A
John N. C. Stockton for them by this, but merchant, every '
Mr. Leslie with matt Member S
further stated that shipper, no how small or Every Urged

the cities of our state. as a market how great, would share in. these. reduced -I : ,
hey would perhaps consume all. the freight rate*. .

Cdming To Osceola cattle, that we could slaughter, and ,i With this industry properly bandied To Be At, Board Meet'The'
1 felt that every Florida butcher would it means that within the next decade J .

handle' home-grown and home-packed Kissimmee would rank aa one of the
I meat in preference to ,western meat largest cities in the state and in order
.,.. especially when it could be delivered1to 'i
to build a city there Is work for everybody. -
""* Hon. J. N. C. Stockton and James M. Carson, both.of Jackson41r.4 them for much less money, and this '. Street are to be graded slde- aluar meeting of, the. Board of Trade volf be held la the

; We. will addVcM the 'voters of Otceola county: upon the issues of cost would": of in living.a measure reduce the high:]I land i walks electric, sewerage light and and water telephone mains laid council chamber-in:in.Fraterniay Hall next'Monday night May 25. at* '

""*: ,the day at the following places: on next Thursday May 28: Whit- The plan if feasible and with s little J'I,Urns extended and a street ear service sys-- 7:30 o'clock. Let every member be present, as,scatters of.iaa J1.,' ', : '
;lie 10 o'clock .. St. Cloud at 3 and Kiuimmee effort the of our ,
*\>at, m.: p. m; at upon part would follow as a necessity, which ',
'. : -, i can and will be .stab hecL means work for more people. ... to everyone will be brought tap for c ca..... ... t
fr Mr Look,what It would,mean to Osceolacounty '; There is only, ene'way to.iu14'a Your presence is ad.deoied' Come '''' h+
Stockton is opponent-of'Senator Fletcher,.for,tl. Ua ied ,and to Klssimmee, establishthe and that is f urged #t-
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'the is.... before c<ial their vote. dab *.home market for'oar cattle, it \. .:!:. '\ ,
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c ,f.i'E.. t. r:: "1< , {'" THE ,KISSIMMEE, VALLEY, GAZETTE ,.. ,roe FRIDAY:. MA.Y. 2i".\4.

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so when filled to.that"point It' bold i;I", 1'j" -\ DEATH
THE 'Of'
f S"r ay the weight of'material desired, the ,.JI ,/ .", Si S." MRST. ,;
NDTRcIQUS, feeding can be done as quickly a* in
any other manner and yet the,right : A. ,S., CAMPBELL SRT
amount of a balanced ration baa been 3
4 provided. If the farmer Will mix tom -. 25C'O'LE' and1.ONLEYS 2 5 .. -

-r-FOODS rand1poupounde cottonseed Od last Monday morning, 'May 11 +''r
t of at 10:80 o'clock, Mrs. A. S. Campbell,
meal He will secure an ideal combination Sr., passed aay: at the age of seventy
to be fed at the rate of about fifteen years, at the home,of her daughter;
: pounds per day. If he'desire to I I ', '- Mrs. H. L. Cowart, at Wauchnla, Fla.
REQUIRED use other materials, as oats for example t Mrs.-'Campbell before her marriage,
ii he may use 250 pounds of shell was Miss Mary Marguerite Lancer,.the,
ed corn, 100 pounds of cottonseed meal, oldest daughter of John I Lancer She ,
and 400 pounds of oats. Another good was born Tn""Al .uchua county, Florida.
ration will be COO, pounds of shelled March 28, 1844/Tler father moved to'
f To Secure Good Service corn and 100 pounds of cottonseed [ SALEDiscount[ St Hernando county when-she was only s
I meal. If he wishes to put bran and REMOVAL four years old, where she grew' to t
r oats in his ration, this may be aceomf womanhood. She was married to A. 4 "J
and Mules f pliHhed by mixing together 300 pounds S S. Campbell Sr., on January 28, 1864. a''J.)
From Horses 1 of corn, 2GO pounds of-oat*, 100 pounds She leaves husband and twelve children ."
lof I cottonseed meal and 100 pounds of t and four sicters and three broth
-- wheat bran. Where rations of this to mourn her loss. She was a kind -l land
SHOULD BE FEW ACCORDING TO character are fed the health condition affectionate wife and mother. .',I'I'era
I of horses and mules will certainly improve Was the mother of fourteen children :
LABOR THEY ARE EXPECTED I) and a home-itrown product will and had the of
I pleasure living to see ....b
'rQ PERFORMND FEED i have been utilized successfully to accomplish Owing to our increased business we have been compelled'to se them all grown except one,'who died :
SHOULD>> HE SOUND. this. end As! a matter of at the age of sixteen. She leaves fif ,I

i I i en fart: Georgia; the '(.farms.'io"' now'onmstn frequently of coin: and fed cure larger quarters. On June 1 we move our stock to No. 26 ty-four great-grandchildren grandchildren to and mourn eleven her R','

The nor e and mule are essetially''mu | mixed hay. It contains neatly one
cular animals and chjefly valuable pound lens of digestible! protein than' Broadway, next door to the Citizens' Bank, where we will be in loss.Mrs.. Campbell united with the Missionary r
for their ability to perform heavy it should contain and is! oversupplied Baptist church at Socrum, j!t
work in the field. To this! end the at'tendon with carbohydrates; and fat. Insteadof much better shape to serve our growing patronage. Moving stock Polk county Fla., about thirty-five ::4
-- of those who own them should a nutritive ratio of 1.6 it runs 1.9. years ago. She lived in Osceola county .
c be directed towards their nourishmentin Horses and mules can only perform like ours is an immense task and t to reduce ,same as much as for'thirty years or more and had '
a manner calculated to maintain service in proportion to the character )I a host of friends, here who will be r'
their efficiency for the longest period and efficiency of the foods received to-learn of her death. She 1
possible offer until June 1st a sorry was t
of time with the )least strain and at .a They are dependent on their owners'for we , laid to rest in Paradise cemetery at '
minimum of cost for feed That this sustenance The farmer or stock Bowling Green, Fla.,
l is a (question of universal interest is man (can so combine his feeds as to' r f'
shown byjfce! nature and extent of the I furnsh an almont ideal ration at a relatively WHERE THE ;,
'' correspondence which comes to the attention speaking lower cost than the )I FARMHAND BALKED
r of the writer with reference I one he ill using, or he can continue'the 25 Discounton .
to all forms of indisposition in horses practise now so frequently in j'i' % Skm had worked on the farm for ,A;
y and mules due in pme instances to irrational vogue wear out his horses and mules ] nine years and until his master'took ---1-: .
management and feeding The J r before their time, have them suffer i to poultry farming he was quite satisfied "
nutrition of the horse at this Reason from avaricty of troubles which could I'i' with life. ,
of the year becomes a matter of more I and should lie avoided and in fact, I But this poultry business was a bit ;
"' pressing importance than at any other produce some more or less chronic I too much. He had time, due to the passing of winter and I form of indigestion Horses and mules they were Iftid and write the date on '
( ,! the commencing of actual field\ under rational methods of manage-! j,I all our Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Chafing teem with an indelible pencil. And < !
., tions on the part of the opera-r ment do not need nostrums, condition I worse than that, he had also to write f; ,
many instances the animals have not powders and all sorts of quack remedies Dishes Percolators Baking Dishes and Casseroles on the eggs the breed of the hen that J
a done much work during the winter The less medicine given the better laid them. ,
and they are therefore soft and flabby, The ills. to which this class!! of I So pne day he marched up to the
and have probably not been so fed as r stock i is heir are due in many instances Clocks and Electroliers. farmer. .'
+ to keep the system in the best of ion- I|I to a deficiency of protein in the ration I "I'm about fed up," said he, "and I'm n
I dition. As a result when they are j I There is no country in the worm I going" leave!" y
thrown suddenly into hard work in- which could so easily and cheaply improve The farmer was astonished. :
digestion and kindred troubles of a j I the ration fed to horses and "Surely Sam said he, "you are not \ t
+ more or less chronic character arise I. mules, since the seed from which the This is a Rare Opportunity for You going to 'leave'me after" all these ':
and the animals break down under the | meal obtained is a product of the I years?" *,t
strain. The feeding and management' great majority of southern farms. "Yes, but I am," retorted Sam. "I've ;,,\.
extended them will determine how j done every kind of,rotten job on this ,t
i quickly they will be restored to normal to Save Money on Standard GoodsCOLE here farm, but I'd rather starve than .:;S Sgo
r conditions of health and vigor and : on being secretary".lo; ypur old
how successfully they will be enabled NATIONAL : hen II." !1
._ continuous and
c thereby to perform -- 1.gip.
,' hard work with satisfaction. ih t / '

H In Limited the first place Digestive the horse Capacity and mule AND UNLEYJEWELERS ;

+ have a rather limited digestive capac- I BOARD Team for Sale -- .'
ity and hence are not as large consumers I
of rough, coaise fodders as ruminating -
animals. The character of AND OPTOMETRISTS

roughness fed should therefore receive, NEEDED
p the careful attention of the owner. It .
is absolutely esesntial that it be free Team of Horses four
u' i from molds and dust Coarse fodders ,_ ____ ___n__ ____ ________ --- -- '. I
,, 'which are low in nutritive elements l I I and five years old with ';+ j

: 'fcre not well suited to this class of live Stakes Why Nona Land of SORE EYES: CAUSED harness and wagon. Can "
stock.. Good mixed hay from the tame I To Arbitrate In ,:
;} grasses' will be found very valuable. BY FACE: POWDERFace be seen at, 555 Broad- ". ? :,
Bermuda hay which has been cut at J "
Painted Farm Houses
the right time lespedeca. hay, red elo.... Mining Sections way. If you want a :

er, alfalfa, brtght clean shredded fodder powder has its dangers the rain investigate this. k!
and oats and vetch hay'will all same as gunpowder. For several years bar:1' .
f be found valuable The use of anyone COMMISSIONERS N One of the slogans of The Progres- low with white, a combination' often occasional cases have come under the .
f to the exclusion of all the others ill note INDUSTRIAL sive Farmer, for it has, several, is' seen. observation of oculists in which the '
advisahle-with horses and mules. A RELATIONS HAVE PREPARED "Make the South a Land of Painted If a good painter cannot be secured, patients, invariably women, complainof A L.WALLINGLAKESIDENURSERY ;.
combination;of, roughnesses of high FarmHouses." Do you realize that and they are rather rare, the work vision being blurred. 'llIabiUtr: to :
quality 'will always be found Most satJsfaetory AND SUBMITTED this could be made an accomplished can be done by a member of the fangs use the eyes for any length' of time j .
+ and economical as well. The A BILL. fact within a weekt Years are needed Read: ua greatly redueln&"the-expenae. and.evere- itching of the lids. ., The
tr nil-.of..corn stover'or fodder is not: to bring about some:of our ideals; what the' booklets advertising slightest rubbing of the lidsproducesa
f f' good practise as those know who have for instance, the, eradication of the paints say about applying them,talk marked redness of the eyes and only '
u depended solely: on its use in the past. Washington; D. C., May 21.-The cattle tick, the introduction of purebred with a good.painter if possible, and by aggravates the itching. 'In, severe ,J JAJJre.
,r Te use pea vines as the sole source of staff of the United States Commission stock, the wide establishment of all means use a first class brush. Lay: cases the lids; are frequently swollen
hay would be equally unsatisfactory.:, ort ludustrial Relations has drawn up fruit, poultry, and truck farms. The" the coats on thin and as evenly as pos from constant rubbing. There is a ..
5 r e Twelve to and pounds of and submitted to the commission a week after you read this, however, the I sible. If you wish a fine job decide to sticky, elastic secretion which, when .. r
be provided it should be given in tentative draft of a bill creating a national south might be a land of painted farm put on three coats, and let no one talk being 'removed, pulls out in long +i
at least two feeds, morning and night board of mediation and conciliation houses. And what a change! you out of,itG. G. Brownell, in The strings. :Hicroscopic examination of '' ""
The mangers should be kept clear of to deal with all strikes and lock- Nothing would do more to influencethe Progressive Farmer.GOVERNOR the secretion reveals masses of what R. D. FULLER Si .( ;
trash at all times and in a thoroughly: outs' in any part of the country that right kind of homeseekers to set- appear to be crystals. Until recentlyno
sanitary condition. Any refuse left seem likely to involve the federal gov- tle among us. Nothing: at anything satisfactory explanation of the 1 WINTER HAVEN, .FLA. ,),
from the morning or evening feed ernment. like the cost would give ourselves the : WOULD presence of these crystals in the eye I .'. 0 '
should be used for bedding. The draft will be sent out to the satisfaction and pleasure that we- has been given. Secretion taken from GrapefruitTangerine, Tar.. .' ,(',
} According to the Animal's. Weight public with a request for criticisms would obtain.ftom the improved REDUCE: : TAXES: ; ONE: the eyes of two sisters suffering from Jiff Orange and Lue Gim J /
+ Since the horse has a limited digestive and in the public hearings of the commission pearance of our own homes and those this peculiar complaint were submit- Gong Orange.
t'i'' capacity and requires a concentrated i beginning in New York next of our neighborhood. MILL Off PROPOSED ted to the professor of pathology of Ca
ration, it is clearly evident that ; Monday, criticism and suggestions will The gain, too, is not to be measured one of the university medical schools,. Writ. for Price, {{
the grain fed must be chosen with be asked for. solely in terms of enjoyment. Thereis who found that the crystals came from .. ,
t { and in relation to the needs of rice face Seven other ri.
care I volun- in painting powder. pa- ,0 .
for .
The bill strictly a real economy
provides very UNDER"
the animal. The favorite ration in the weather. tients in which the same symptomsand 4
conciliation, and expressly deniesto boards that are exposed to the '
: south is ted in the in the tary AUTHORITY TO conditions foundall ,:/
corn ear or lumber well painted will, it HAS THE microscopic were
the board compulsory Sap
shelled form. About fifteen is any powers used the make of face --.. f
pounds of arbitration or prohibition of strikes is said, outlast unprotected heart stuff. REDUCE TWO MILLS same pow- ;
"r probably the average ration though ought to last forever STATE' der. When the powder is applied to ",
or lockouts. In this respect it avoidsall The latter painted TAXES FOR CLASSIFIEiADVERTISING ,
.Y more is sometimes fed. As a matterof Good heart material can nolonger I the face with a Duff a portion of-the
conflict of stateor .
fact, little attention Is/'given to the interstate over jurisdiction.any question\ be-procured except at great ex- PURPOSES.Tallahassee fine dust is driven upward and lodgeson -4 J
t amount of grain fed in relation to the I while the quality t>f lumber the moist eyeball. The rice pow. ,
weight of the animal.! All rations are A memorandum accompanying the pense, poorer depend Ip the Fla., May 14.Underthe der in the presence of the tears then ,. ;
'- based--on-4,000 pounds and if large bill points out that within the past future that)absolutely we must requires upon an impervious law which provides that the governor becomes mucilaginous in character and five Cents Per Line 2 ;! .
t animals are to be fed they should receive -I year congress has been called upon to if would have it en- nruut-ojrder a reduction in the tax is not washed from under the eyelids. = '
more and email ones less. All i investigate strikes in the three states dure.coating we millage for state purposes, Governor The powder produces the irritation, /. II LOUI""" Insertion.'. /,-_ ,,," .:.', .
,. rations suggested in this article are I of West Virginia, Michigan and Colo- Park Trammel! several months ago, which is aggravated by rubbing. "s." '
\ based on the animals performing hard, rado, and that in the latter state federal In painting the house three important after some preliminary investigation, Those who use a chamois-skin iif ap, 'J'j j
steady work. Where they are idle or troops had to be called in. All of points should be considered in or- was impressed that it would be prac- plying the powder are less liable to FOR SALE. ) ,
t doing very light work the ration thesejrtrikes involved interstate shipment der to secure the best results-the ticable for him to order a. reduction cause_ the pne dqst to arise, which :;:
,.,,, should,be cut-down-front one-third to \ of gunmen\ and atrik .breakel'l. quality of the.paint, its color, and the' }In the millage for pension purposesfor probably aocounta for the conditionnot FOR SALE-Florida Fire A Casualty: 1: y
one-half. Heavy feeding to idle animals precedent for a federal commission -, manner of its'application. the the year 1914. lie followed up his being found in every woman using Insurance company stock at $6.00 yw I,:?
lea of is found-in the Anthracite Coal I First, in regard to the quality, consideration of the mat-
frequent cause digestive preliminary face powder. The condition Is quickly share. Address Box 288, Kin, .
.. troubles. Service Commission of 1902 which set- same statement may be made .about ter by addressing a letter to Hon. W. relieved by flushing the eye with boric per aimmee, l -2t- '\) }' '
An Ideal Ration. tled the great strike in Pennsylvania. paint as about other "things: "The V. Knott comptroller; asking for in- acid solution. The irritation rapidly ,I I. '
+ The use of corn alone has proved It is pointed out that all efforts at feat is as good as any. This is even of formation 'upoh this .ub'ect The disappears when are kept FOR SALE-A triple A Hercules: i''1 ; s,
unsatisfactory for reasons which are conciliation in recent strikes have fail- truer about paint than about most !" comptroller last week replied to the washed but with a soothing eye-wash. stump-puller; good as new. Will sell , i
obvious. Corn Is essentially a eorbo- ed, and that if the!! federal governments 'the materials that we use because It" governor's letter of February 28th, cheap. C. II. Funk, Kissimmee piy, I
,j ;' hydrate: or heat and energy-producing compelled to intervene after mat- is in view every moment, and faded, asking for information. In this reply I Fla. 12-tf 1' .' ,
food. It should therefore be combined tore have reached crisis, it is'advis peeling paint produce. just the pppo-, the comptroller expressed the opinion I! TOTERS: MUST S 'lJI- $;
with some other concentrate. Oats able'that the government should have site effect from the one that we de that the millage can be reduced one PISTOL 1
will answer for this purpose and bran a permanent board, representing the sire. Permanency Is the great qualityin mill.'*. This information agreed with FOR RENT. '"
can sometimes be used with advan- entire nation and having the confidence paint and it cannot be found in.the the views of Governor Trammell, as BE STAMPED OUTWe :J" 1
ta.... A cheaper and more efficient of both employers and employee second-rate article. Use only ready- he took the position when he began i FOR RENT-Twol-story house, nines. x <
maetrial to use would be cottonseed to intervene at the very inception of mixed paint from well' known, tried the investigation that tho status of rooms; large verandas; dose in. _:
manufacturers.The kill rattle snakes wherever we Geo. F. Parker.FOR l4t
meaL An Ideal ration for a 1,000- such dispute the pension fund was such that he '
pound horse or mule doing heavy workWIll The bill is modeled somewhat after color too, plavs a very Important could no doubt reduce the pension tax find them if it is possible.) The pistol RENT-One good store ; "\\J.Z, ,,,;.'
contain 2.5 pounds Of digestible the plan of the Newlands act creating part in the final result A good millage from one to one and one-half toter is more common' and equally as and warehouse, cheap. reolril/( .t!, 1
.t ',+ h .T' protein, 13.3 pounds of digestible carbohydrates board-of conciliation and pure white looks clean, cool, and beautiful mills. The governor says he will unquestionably uncertain and deadly as the rattled R. S. Floyd. ) tf' *' "' (.
I and .8 pound of digestible mediation for dealing with -disputes against a background Of' trees. make an order reducing 1
He should be out. If hewon't
fat. The nutritive ratio, or the relation on railways. The great success of Its disadvantages, of course, is thatit this tax one mill, and that he is fur- stamped FOR RENT-At summer rates-Ox*) tt : \
lrf ,- n of one pound of digestible'! proteinto both the Erdman and Newlands aet-in shows dirt quickly. Also, it does ther considering all the information listen to reason, then let him room cottage, $15;; four-room cot-"; t'y
the carbohydrates: and fat :would be preventing strikes, suggests that a not stand our fierce sun welL Under which he has before him, and if possible prepare to take the punishment thatIs tags 912; unfurnished rooms.1C51! }; J.\\
.,, 1,6. A mixtnreof- 12 pounds of mixed similar agency might prevent other the protecting; shade bf large trees in will make the reduction even more becoming more and more the rule furnlshed! rooms, $6. E. E. Wells,! J\* .
hay, 12 pounds of corn and two pounds strikes, or at least prevent their reaching family: where there are no :young thanaa one mill in the courts these It is ?08 Broadway l7-tf!' ..q
of cottonseed meal will give a ration such a crisis l of violence and bloodshed children the white house Is at ita best i fb| : Under the governor also days. a mercyto ', Iii..l' '"'"
the 'innocent of his .
., r> containlpg 2.4 pounds of digestible u occurred in West Virginia, Dust from the road may be washed! off authority: to reduce the two mills the ones own family. DWELLINGS for rent, oppltcr'Ki ..
clams of the
protein 12.26 pounds of carbohydratesand Michigan and Colorado. if done in time but finger: marks mad tax'.for general state purposes if he to pull gunman.If Tiller.
.88 pound of digestible fat It is The commission has authorised ex or dirt show badly U white is desired finds. ,it practicable to"do, so. The the courts would make it a rule
,Impossible for the southern tanner tensive Investigations of the working where children are continually: playing governor has for several month. been to deal more firmly with offenders of) FOR RENT OR SALE-Two-story' l
Improve hi. ration*more"economically of other boards of mediation and conciliation or running in and oat. the trouble I considering the advisability of also reducing this class, and not devote so much store building on Brack St...North {.
'or satisfactorily than through the use ,in the various states and In may be lesesned by using a dark green this millage.' ,He is asking for time and severity to' cases of'less importance Kissimmee. H. C. Stanford2tf''
of the limited. amount cottonseed foreign ou trles, 'andthe tentativebill trim upon all cotnen.. baseboards todcasings. i information from the tax commission, the world would be at the 1 ,,
n ,meal .suggested., ;Wh.noh'.It- ie-the first result of these investigation : '' ,' ; *""" '. tDelicate the comptroller and the assessing officers least a safer place to live in. '. 19 .
'therefore.. as there is an abundance of *. f ., '. ",shades' 'of':green, 'blueor" and says: that while he cannot If there la one detestable evil which S'p 1S' r.
'It .. abb., ana its TaiM ta M dearly; if One of the,'b important\ features: of pink are to be avoided, ..-they soon at'tbla i time say ,definitely that' a reduction stands out more prominently. ,,a CHICHESTER ;
the bill.Ia Fade.. Pearl cream,"or ll1OW"I J his investigation menace to our comity;it Is the habitual aaaa .n
L.n.: :t'F"d. ; t lan-.fors co-operation gray: can be made but from ,LiOt....... 1t, tiP'
; i, 4.--7 boars mediation-when trimmed-with,.dark, wn. pistol toterHe is mere dangerous "' / I. .
'' :,..r.a _:JIet1a : ,1 withstate of ;green orr r" thus far he is U
''1 J.,The farmer-who finds it inconvenientto eve* such eiisVmnd-its"'plan"for Joining resist our Aero suns.'verynrefl.'': .f-: .he will be able to make hoeub.tantial thanthe rattlesnake. more to_be 4 t=M caw reawa.rr ,a r;: '1'. $
.# .' :{;. '. to, welch,bis ration can manage the with such boards In any section .Always,ase a trim darker than the reduction in the two mills tax for general dreaded than any other kind of.a cowerard' 'w E.rrtU;' '
.. -- pnattatr...bp. ,adR.nnt mstmer..withpaint of.the country for.united action. when: body.: It stands out In contrast,frames state purposes. and should be put in a chain gang ; 11 r =
,. ',..!,. qaaJJ7....., I'U1IIti.' / ever a dispute .'bQond the,. the picture,and brings out'oand I until be promises' never to be guilty: of + ,.", /
r --,) basket..*.. mark. n it Umita, 01 a angle atat.. ..' ,senor l much better.. Do not trim'jrel-:, ,Subscribe,to The,Valley Gaiette...: the. habit.again, *-Exchange.' ....." .

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; WORLD'S to waters the tea of the and continent the St.,Lawrence draining. away river''I r :::Bur s ,' - ",

was born! There, no doubt, it will I Ir ItfKISSIMMEEWILLIAM 'Iff Followii
remain as long ore' the earth keeps its I .
present form. . ..j
At t .time,; Gulf of
OLDEST: St. Lawrence.. The land extended out
44 to.a coast line that stretched unbroken -.
from.\ Noca $cotia to Labrador. The' ;
present gulf I. the result of a'sinking! '
of the coast region. Most of it is very I ffF -Q

: RIVER shallow but, a chartof soundings 1 _.. -o:;
shows\ the ancient river bed as a chan.
1 nel winding out between Newfound 4 ill .- '

land,.and Cape Breton to the deep Ili b r p pac .
ocean! ;

j :Is Part of the Early Crustof tf ,, t

World .I TAX BOARD .J i,! !

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t What Is the oldest river In the GOOD WORK( THAT little chaps future depends upon ; 'y.

world? The St. Lawrence. It is also Mister Father !
one of the few rivers that did gothave I I ,
i to make its own bed, and has remained J Pw Vr

unchanged since the very beginning. The influence of personality .disposition will be reflected
s of the American continent. Says J I your .
a Try to think of a time when the I Patterson There Is l1, in him, a few years hence. .
::4+ earth -was covered by a mass of water 7 ry w 1 tI

,,1 :b9t, steaming! and .often tremensly .I __ YOUR WAYS WILL IN ALL PROBABILITY BE .,
dt_ disturbed by the throes of a Much Doing
',' globe beneath it that was shrinking I HIS WAYS.-IN YOUR STEPS DOTH HE TROD. .

because it was becoming cooler. As
,,the globe shrunk, every particle of PROPERTIES NEVER l PORE ASSESSED I I I Mod essential it it then to teach him the way to this bank. :

' the outside was naturally pulled in BEING PUT ON TAX I Bring him with'you occasionally as often st you can when. you \
;1 toward the center, and the hardening '
crust, which could not be packed anymore BOOKS-RAISING 'make your deposits. .
s,... solidly than .it was, had to VALUATIONS.Tallahassee },'t ,
wrinkle, sinking down here, and bulg- etter still, start I kiss with a little Bask Acconat of

ing up somewhere else. After a time, Fla., May J3.-When his ewe, and mote the pride sad interest a will take ia ,
certain of these rising wrinkles, or'ti -
abked what the commission. was it .
aloof grew.STATE
folds, the thicker, or firmer, parts of
Commissioner R J. Paterson
the earth's crust stood the strain, dping
said "We not saying much just
, : are
f and became ridges. The
oldest of them permanent that geologists know, now, but are working instead. Prop-
erties that have assessed
never been
t. and apparently the first that bulged I j
being the tax books this
are put on
( up above the universal ocean and re- I
and others cut
' vear. are being on amore
f mained high and dry, was the broad
basis witl1the result
equitable KISSIMMEE
: mass on which Canada now resU. It
'i'\' is a part of the original crust of the that not less than a three hundred J. BURNS 'IY I s (
million valuation will be assessed
\ earth, and we can see it today, wherever on
I, it is not covered by newer rocks this year, and very likely more, whereas Head of the Bums' Detective Agency of world-wide fare, who .has iavested. ia Capital stock __________________________________$100,000.00 0
the valuation for last for the
\.'1: or soil, just as it crystafized and cooled state was only two hundred year and thir- Kissumee realty. '' -- Resources ever ________________________________,_ 400,000.00Officers
the molten
out o( primeval mar --.I'
ty-four million. Reports to us show .
terial. - ---- -- -- ---- ----
-- - -
-- -
- -
that valuations in all the counties of --
" This fprmed broad V frem
mass a and Directors
Y Labrador down to Lake Huron, and the state, except one, will be raised.I Crowd ,- D
the Large ExpectedAt
believe that
; thence northwestward to Alaska; on be reduced now two mills.state The millagecan C. A. CARSON Preit:: J. M. LEE. Vice Prest.
.:.. comptroller -
account of its shape, geologists call it
,I the Canadian Shieftj. It is the oldest has already" .recommended a M. KATZ. 2nd Vice PretU
'4' land known, and apparently the one-mill reduction. "Now that the Citrus Growers9 MeetTampa
ther of fax commisisoners have been all over ROMA THOMAS Assistant Cashier----------- --
strongest, fot are no signs any
J' the state and into every county\ study- s
car extensive changes in it except the
-t ; wearing away of the surface, since its ing the conditi na-at_first hand, as a Fla., May 21.-The big general -I coast as well as in other sections of I
,1( first rolled the ocean off its shoulders. matter of fact, do you find these conditions meeting of the citrus growers: of I the state.
pr Off the eastern coast of this primitive as t. valuations at great vari-' the state which will be held at Eustison The board of directors of the. ex-
:JI- continent lay a chain of lofty ance ? Mr. Paterson. "As an illustration May 22d, is for the purpose of discussing -i change in sesison here yesterday took i.
,'4 islands, about on the line of the Blue I of our observations, I will the best methods of several steps in relation to the selling .
.' make lacking
Ridge, the White Mountains the a comparison between Duval and marketing the orange an campaign of the coming fall and winter -
; Maine coast and Nova Scotia. Be- county and Madison county, basing the fruit crop of: the state. In view of which it is believed will mean a ,
: twfcen these islands and the mainland I comparison of each county's tax roll the present prospects for an unusually !I| great deal to the citrus industry in !
was a trough-like space that ran from for 1913 against the census: report of large production, it will be more Florida. The superior merits of Florida '" 7
;ra j eastern Quebec southwestward to I 1910 (the is latest at hand). The census than ever important to the growers oranges and grapefruit will continue Good fences---and lots them---will : .;
Ohio. It was 200 or 800 miles wide, report up from the statements that their fruit is placed on the market to be extensively advertised by .
and filled with shallow and of the property owners themselves properly during the fall the the ,
: a sea; coming exchange, results of the previous t..
', just outside the island chain was"; the to the census enumerator, and winter. efforts in this line having been for '
therefore it must be true. Now, the 'grow money you.
hollow that held the Atlantic
;, grippt 1918 tax rolls of each of these counties While the meeting has been called highly satisfactory. An educational
ocean. in by the Florida Citrus Exchange, it campaign on grapefruit will be car-
-with tile
\\Tlme went on. For ages the strainIng is companeon as follows, live stock census report will be open to every grower and a ried into much territory where Florida
I', and cracking of the shrinking on : very cordial invitation has been extended I heretofore has not attempted to sell Fence off farm into suffi
I a globe earthquakes. sun and frost, Madison county assessment shows to fruit men who are not affiliated its product. Estimates of the total your a .. '
< pounding surf, running' water, blowing that there is assessed 82.6 per cent with the organization. Eustis while admittedly only guess work
, : gales, ice-all labored to tear of the 'number of horses and mulesas was selected for the event because of 'at this season of the year, are significant cient number of fields the \
"" w7; down the mountains and carry the appears on census report; it shows, its central location and of .the very in. the unanimity with which to get J
$1/ wreckage of rocks and dost away into 47.2 per cent. of cattle; 2S.6 per cent. fine packing house which was erected I I they indicate aa unusually large production -
the valleys and seas. In this way vast of.hogs; 25,9, per cent., of sheep and there last year-perhaps the best if no adverse conditions de- ops'and '
,;masses of rock in layers of chaise I goats--the1 assessed! value 'of the livestock equipped and most complete house in, velop within the next few months. proper rotation of, the most

.1. sandstones and what not were laid I is 32.6'.per of cent of the census ,the state . The organiser of the exchange report'a .. .. \
! '. down in that narrow, trough-like tea| valuation 'live stock. Now for Dn- Business of the Citrus very favorable reception' at. the ;-
between the chain, or islands and the val county, the tax book shows the Exchange today announced' the hands of growers this spring and there advantageous pasturing arid'yom', ;

{ Continent- All these "sedimentary"! following 'percentage 'of number of progi-ap for the occasion' -There will is every, reason' to believe that the .. ,' I !
:.( rocks were soft and weak as compared each kind of live stock' : be addresses of;welcome by I. N.Kennedy exchange -will handle a much larger .
r i with the solid old granites deeply Horses and mules, .0233 per cent.; the mayor of Sttstia.And E., L. ,. r.: footed on either side of them; and the i,. sheep and goats, .0353 per cent.; cattle Ferran, president of the focal board )I I been the case heretofore.
\ t trough itself, a sagging fold, was a :| .0535 per cent.; hogs, .0160 percent of trade. Other addressed will be delivered .
\' line of weakness in the crust. As the The percentage assessed against by Clarence E.: Woods, editor',;'SEVEN HIGH-PRICED to increase. At the same time fences '
: : load of deposits became heavier and'' live stock in Duval, as compared with of the Eustis Lake Region, by Dr. "J.
4 heavier the floor of this slowly census report, is seven-tenths of
trough one H. Ross, president of the Florida Cit-
s 't'' I yielded! and as it sank toward the per cent. (.007 per cent). How does rus Exchange, by G. W. Holmes director |I I DOCTORS 0. K. IT are an asset as they add greatly to
heated region below the under side that look T DQ you think there is need of the exchange' from fake '
i/i i melted and grew thinner and thinner. for something being done to correct county, and by Geo. A. Scott of Boston -*
t That could not go on forever, and this? This condition has grown up manager for New England of the All Approve Dodson's Liver Tone as the value of farm. Cf,4
'; I soon the continual pressure of the under the old plan. The tax commission exchange.Mr. the. Safe Family Remedy. for any ,
{ of the irresist- is now to make such i
Weight ocean became working con- { Y
) Woods will discuss the citrus Constipation and Lazy Liver.
, ible. The Canadian Shield was im- ditions impossible in the future. )'
. e, movable, so the rock in the trough''' "The census valuation of live stockin industry from the viewpoint of a I We sell fence -American
man Dr. FOBS will 'tell good
newspaper ; I There are most excellent forJ. -
.a/ began to bulge or crumple all along Duval county, is $1,200.932, the assessment something of the plans of the exchange Z. Roberson standing back of Dodson's i!
its length. Gradually, not all at once, is $8,480. Doesn't that !jar for the -
coming Mr.
-; :-- i bat by slow and varying movements, you ?' These figures alone should be' year; I, Liver Tone with an unconditional -
Holmes will give the story of the organization Field Fence made and ;
r *, those folds were squeezed up, which in sufficient to shut the mouths of those of the citrus of- guarantee to refund purchase price --- heavy strong
growers ; ((60c.) to you at once without questionin
broken and
their worn-down form who
J sty they are opposed to the tax Eustis and of the construction of the event of dissatisfaction
- : we know as the Appalachian moun- commission; also, 4t should be sufficient any
; mode
) packing house that '
t 1 %4vtns. .*. to blast the political hopes of all ed, with figures indicating how priced physicians, who were very consulted highest to last. The prices are very reason: ,.4
Toward the sbuth there was room 2x4 politicians who are hoping to ride itable they have found it to erect-I regarding Dodson's Liver
g!, for this action to be rather gentle into office by this old cry of wolf. a superior pack of fruit; Mr. who analyzed this vegetable liquid
Jited regular, but in the far northeast Anyone who will take time to investigate will describe the "coming back" of remedy carefuly with all their skill able. We invite you to call and see

', the trough was narrow; and the soft this matter will be convincedthat Florida fruit in the markets of the knowledge and experience, have all
,tJ rocks were set on edge, overturnedand the tax commission is necessary north, explaining the difference be- agreed on its superior merit, harm-
,J splintered against the solid con no matter what it costs; we are all{ tween "auction" and "private sale"markets lessness and effectiveness. Dodson's us. ?
:4\; tinent. try early in the struggle a entitled to the equality in the payment and giving much other information takes the place of dangerous calomel
.:,..:.. great fracture of the earth's crust oc- of taxes, and the tax commission will that will be of interest. to in constipation, biliousness, sluggishliver
work this out .
northeast given'thne."I
cdrred here along a curving
growers generally. sick- headache etc.Each .
I: and southwest line. It left a deep and have heard in some quarters that : '
Advices already received at the of these physician's fees
'; broad trench between the crusheand ,.some few people are advocating that headquarters of the exchange in this heavy enough to stagger most men was; Osceola Hardware Co.The
I.,. displaced rocks of the trough and the the legislature abolish the office of city indicate a very large attendance.A but their. judgment Is worth all it i t 1 i ia
K : granite shore of the Canadian Shield. state tax commission, saying it is
a will cost if
special>> train be run by the Atlantic particularly it will be the e
j?:'i Into this trench rushed_all the interior useless office; that no good can be ; Coast Line from various Polk means of leading more people to refuse a

ff ___ county points, leaving Lakeland about to run dangerous risk by taking 3
- 7:30: in the morning and arriving at calomel and other violent remedies. Favorite Store of Kfsslmmee
Eustis before 11 o'clock. This train Dodson's Liver Tone not only relieves .
HD FOLKS FIND NEW REMEDY RELIEVES will run from Lakeland to Bartow, the sufferer from constipationand
Bartow to Lake Alfred and Lake Al- kindred ills, but doe It easily and "

'4 fred to Lakeland before its departurefrom naturally, without ache, pain or gripe, = .
I& ALL KIDNEY AND BLADDER MISERIESfrom latter point for Eustis. At Bar- with no bad after-effects, without interfering -
tow it will pick up growers from De- with usual duties and habits Ill I III IIIIII 11IIIII III 111111111111111111111111
H Soto and Lee counties, while at Lake- and absolutely without danger-which
) f eI. Rheumatic Pain Away the blood and drive it out of land it will take on those from is one reason it can carry an iron-clad : Attention

'i es Backache< and Bladder the It system. Hillsborough! Manatee and Hnel- guarantee. It has proved a boon to so fresh Milk : ,
Disorders After A matters not how old yen are or las counties, who will meet In many that it is recommended for you
"' Few Doses Are how is long you have suffered, Croxone Tampa and go to Lakeland on the early to try at once.FLORIDA. \ Plant Growers!
so prepared it i U
-f': \ that practically morning Coast Line train. Train
'i' Taken : Delivered YOUR Door ,
\ \i impossible to take it into the human service from other portions of the BOY at :
system without results. You will find state both the Coast Line and Seaboard HONOREDWashington I
on 1.25 thousand
y Sleep dieturbiinQ weak It different from all other remedies. will afford convenient connections : EVERYDAY: : \ pay per

', Besses, backache, rheumatism and There is nothing else on earth like for Eustis. It is expected that for Nancy Hall and Porto ri
other kindred ailments it. It ,, D. C., May 15.PaulV.
:" : the many atartto Work Immediately there will be quite an attendance from lOc a Quart '
4A4 P)1, which so commonly come with declin- and fisore than a few doses are sob) east coast points. The exchange is Seals was rewarded for his heroic Rico sweet,potato plants.

>* log years;need no longer be a source dom required to relieve eventhe I to push- U-organisation on the-east-defense of the Tallahassee, Florida, t'
.cf( dread and misery to those who are most chronic, obstinate cases. I --Phone225AVLD.HARRELL- j .
,' past the middle age of l life It is the most wonderful remedyever postofflce against two robbers, when P.;1r1 SHANIBARGEfl .
t: rib| new discover! Croxone, overcomes made for restoring the lifeless accomplished by the office and that j jI the president today issued an executive ,
't',4 all such disorders because it removes to health and strength and I the is too ;the actual order 'authorising1 his appoint-
organs expense great (
the very cause.of( the trouble. It the,system of every particle I the tax commission stwentyone meat to 'a clerical position in thedaesl1d j : PIKE CASTLE; FLORIDA :
,If,5 Otks right into the'kidneys, through of uric add:and toil tats take it with cent of f 100 paid in ,. ... ., 1I..
.\ the walls and lining" cleans out tile the utmost"c6nfidence that nothing- to the state from the every 4918 tax levy). ,dvil service without examination iiiiiiiniiiiniiiMMii IIII III' 1111IIIIM I III" -111Ma's

j little ,filtering .& Ud$ cad ceUa...and. on earth wfll so quickly-, ,cure such I find that there are just two cusses Seals, who is twenty-two 4
ATlIrfye.. the kidneys new strength to'do coaditiODL' I, of people who are opposed to the tax :,...,../,old, will become a dark: la tao i rye

:$;i: 'tad their dissolves'work properly.-the poisonous It neutralizes uric add You of can Croxone obtain'at an trifling original tany package .front' 1 those commiasioh.who. bleb .tee fly dod a 'Jaektonville 7 or.aao.postorttce.*vFIult tl,M "f VQDvuvOuBK* *-f, -* v Istchmaniathe' I fi : test J 1]} ; ' ::1 .. '
1'>-etibstaheet-that',lodge' ill" the joints first-class druggist" All drugjriBta i, and thovother in composed of the uni :for father as ". Tal: : Al L'V' G"A Z'n; (L
'vjind- muscles, causing rheumatism J are'authorized to personally--rt rU. I formed people Who alway let UM tax- : 1 .
,\",.'1<;'and makes the kidneys filter-and .sift' thenreh..pric.J.: ft f Croxoae $bQu2 ,.;\ dodging .u "do their,.tI>l.. ..C,for :ton t oft. two .af$ ..fatallyJi IEWSPAPER, , : : "
a oiUtht: poisonous?teats matter fail:Ia a single! asp .
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;: Th : I 1. MORE DIE can ticularly enter dangerous Mexico only poislbllity byway,of ai the'tapot.ta i 1 It KILL. WEEDS .j 1' The . 5 :r r'Mii \

most! of ,which; In case of -
" ,. campaign' would soon be' I"",. the hand .
.\ of the navy'and under quarantine rea. 'j'Adding' 1
FROM DISEASE ulullonK. Unfurding' typhus fever, it. THAT FEEDTHEJORMS rican
Is H strange coluideneethatthe work 4 5
of IUell"ttllby which he demonntratec,
i at the! lonn ot. hU own life that tho j s 1 f .
body loose j.i the carrier or this dl..... -. -- ..

THAN BULLETS .ease wan done at Mexico City, where tiTr' .
he went to carry on hU investigation\ (f
I 101\ account of the. prevalence of typhu
Miiioiig the I lower class Mexicans. ThldmeuM Machine I
1' which in past centuries C.Ulled 4
ManBacksDp 1.
City Plant Land I In
Has Been Record"of Wa enormous loss of life in camps and on
sluplraard, h.i > !miitnd-ln, its danger .nd The Latest '
t run .nanUy. : Ix prevented by avoidin Clover ,
dirty dwellings and contact with dirt; ,
In the Past individual There is as yet no known Costs But $35 t 17 171jj "

method of prevention except the avoiduncv WIRE WORM CAUSES ABOUT y
of infection. It is that
- \ probable
SHOO.OOO LOSS ANNUALLY TO Seeourexhibitua.for I//
Urge number of soldier *
.. among" : any
,r. msi) ': \sis: 111\1'i II.'JI'UOVE.; ,in :Mexico<< , u flOW cases of this dmesswill VIRGINIA TOBACCO AND A 10 days' trialk ::
I 'J II UK: KHItllll.K I : : Si'Ol'IKiKS\ ; develop.Kubonic SIMILAR LOSS TO VIR- '
at Cole & dr
I I IN I1 AS\\1'I N N \MTIIOI TltOl'lll.-' ;. of the near-hy South American port)! CQRN.Washington
When It coinni to buying a place or] It I would probably be a constant dan Here la a new price on a com Now wo make this offer so that
KIT in the Mexican!.po rtll. Fortenstely D.C.., May 21.-The ,' petent Adder.. On a machine that office" everywhere may learn
property that has been sadly neglocted. ol'war l with :MIXIOIm o) j it would ho confined large) extensive damage done by the socalled Is rapid full-also and Infallible- .. .. hltl I htM machine means. to

To my personal knowledge then The IH-IMI possibility efoit l utir people' . fat. nuns'" >''In the ttennnrtH and large towns. Aarmy tobacco wire worm in many tobacco The very latest machine, built them.' .
It meaninvasion . in the field living in tents on' states is best prevented by.crop rotations by men who know. In one of the
r are numerous valuable propertieiclone time, if n of upncial{ :Mexican\\HI tfi ocui, i ilor' > ) Tlviiiiostlmi .. the I Intro ground would be practicall I and by doing away with tho largest metal-worklnff shopa.. Ten Days' Test .

to Klsslmmw. which the owners *, what carthe <" -.It{.. from it. Probably one of the firs weeds which are food for the worm. It I.. an Individual Adder to bo- P
naturally MI i me
which will, confront I measures. inaugurated by our medics 1 Clean clutivation! should be practisedthe placed on one's desk close. to \\',. will gladly any ofone' "
would like to sell danger
for various reasons, soldiers in Mexico'' officers on taking' poaiiessjon of a Mexican summer-before\ tobacco is planted book. and papers. To takethe cane one American Adder for a _.
that haste not been favorably consld ,, American' since nassod into u truitn.. seaport would" a campaign of thus making conditions unfavorablefor I place of the contra! machine ten days'. tr,.et. '
It has long thin animal haIwon the egg which hatches the worm. requiring skilled operators Them will be no obligation "
rut extermination
ernd I simply; because. they had been s< that In war disease Wills more thai States It Is ..., :t:
in 11 I shown to be responsible tor This is the advke of the United also Intended for offices and chargres will be prepaid. J
this true i iMexican
lunch neglected that the prospocUveIlu.I' l bull't. Will? The prove increased know) plague' propagation. I Department of Agriculture's investigators r and stores where costly. machines Compare It with any non-lister J.
: war tlS h..III.h.Anll'rh. .. -- - - - Who estimate that the damtge .are a luxur --even the costliest.. Let anyoneuse '.
mrdirmr since <
ha* become. discomfited upotron.ldering ntK of preventive. | .'I.RIINCIUaSF.\ done by the worm amounts to it. See If any machine can (
.. has encouried
:; >.. ti war The prier Is. due better Man this.Jutt .
t h.1ount of work entkd | I -- $800,000 annually in Virginia alone andis to utter 81mM..rve .
I the belief.. I Unit the mortaltt;). In the past< year, that is. in the also great in other eastern states purity! and to our enormous out Bent this. coupon and we'll. ..
'In making tho place, -present fioin" di,.e..s>' Kill, )IM materially 1 les.ene'l 'I twelve months. from March! 15, 1911: raising tobacco. The department has put. Seven keys do all the work) Hi-nrl the machine.Machin '
.I belieiimfined. .
::, - --_- -- --;, To"and halextent what_ 'arrt is t the diseaseIrom to !March 15, 4014, Florida has uniloubtixily just issued a bulletin ( No. 78)) on the I Each copied numberis !
made greater progress than entitled "The So-called Tobac- shown up for check
I which,; our troops; "may mi If IT In ; Worm in IIIK before the .addition 1'1"8M" Ht-nd us un' American Adding*
any year. I co Wire Virginia.
whirl J'n .
anti from Is madi ,
---- .1 tiopu'Hl' country Florida and : for Ice dale' free trialStreet 'i.
.r- should I be protected ? The',. In the first place. grew The growing of crops of cowpeas or : The machine will add. ..
tney that twelve months' the former .subtract and'
marketed in pc crimson clover (preferably I multiply
I am awaro of the fact that very' itiieVti( tnM, which have probably IHOIIn nod more citrus fruits than in another ) the year before crops subject to With I ery slight' prac :\ae _ _-- __ _ _ _ __h_ u __ .
minds of of our peopl! I else any owe rait computeH
'many proportion have boon allowed the many i i twelve months' period. She prcBend injury are planted is one of the most hundred rt(T u res a
during the l I..t few weeks", arf an winter vegetablethan I sddrcw _____ -_ __ _ _
and sold more satisfactory and practical means forcontrolling minute And the machine

to fall Into a condition! of disrepute .rreii in a rwetil Issue Medical of The Aositcia Jour' in any other twelve month pe. the pest. Summer plowing never makes mistakes ( Sly .. __ __ u .. _-__
for no other reason than that the own nut) of I'I'I""n I nod. She raised more (corn mor and thorough preparation of weedy I Countless. offlct'S.' larK _..

I.on I hours, more cattle,_ and sold them ror land are! other means advised. The and small, art getting -- -. -- Pw __ _ "" _.
live far awed', have been nick I and diseasewhich ... from these machines thehighest
cm i in
Annie, from the ordinary ,,1 letter price than in a like period eggs of the pest are deposited by class, . of servlo- I'
I unable to keep with the requirovnents might prevail among any 1..1));;' any part of her past. Millions mor moths in weedy fields during July and I
up ot two or thire hundred IhousiuKnun of 'dollar* in cash have been brough August. They hatch in a few days M...'......... _. ({..r.aterd er A.erlrto l'.. C'.....,.. (._11'....

or are somewhat el.iintorestedbecause there are certain diseases. to into Florida in the twelve months_ jupus.ed .' remain over winter in the soil and Sold by COLE and UNLEY Agents
of their interests In other which soldiers in camp and in the Del. than in anysyear previous!) finish their !growth during June or I :

, are particularly, exposed These an :More ha, be-n paid out for labor July of the following year. They are
line of endeavor.Newcomers especially{ \ smalt-pox" typhoid fever andysentery <. i i :More has been paid out for transpoi in their most active feeding stage t't -.
Small-pox" may be disregarded. fation and more for supplies of vari'oos when tobacco is planted. I - :
-- a.. any tr\ sent into Mexico . '' kinds, than ever before. Injury to tobacco occurs when this t
will, be immune from this diseas* The state has developed more in th'twetve crop is planted on land that was weedy r :
and.the. -rush through vartnatton Typhoid fever, !' months', period from March tMarch during the previous year. Crops
to Klorida
, a "" in the "past. has been the awful scourg1of than in any other previous planted on land which has been under
i. Just commencing, are!' going t'o loa military caps. The appalling ex year There have been built mor.. clean cultivation are immune. The D. G. WflGHEfi IPHHHGE K GEKGY.G
of the Spanish.American wa' have been more imi ... ;
ate where there i i. the greatest indication penrnce i good roads; there weeds which\ hale been found to be .. ..
has not been t forgotten by our paopie i provement of waterways; more fan the more common natural food plantsof I
of thrift and a delight in ; the record of twenty thousan< and grove development; more improvement the worms are the buckhom plantain Sccesor t* Artier E. Do eaa Af tmcj F

making surrounding ... * cases of typhoid in impression the army in""whirl almonths I.I in live stock conditions planted and to pro cit. oxeye daisy stickrweed and It.... N. SecM W Citizen Bank Baadiaf. P....e24 ::
produced an ''duction; mo,re acreage" presence of these weedsin"meadows .
can never be obliterated. But sine I 1 rus fruit, to vegetables, to generafarm accounts for injury to tobacco ,
then in preventive medicin The physical, and finalcial sod.
progress products.
when planted on General Insarance Basin.... representing the stroaffeajt and nut -J
has been made and vaccination again ,i \ condition of Florida and her pee- The worms when once establishedin
Moss grown trees and frees badly typhoid ta a result. Antityphoid inoculation pie should be better today than it ha land where their natural food plantsare Reliable cemaaalea.. t
f ;
has been subject to r'corou. ever been. abundant have been found diffi-
in need of pruning arc a constant ey.- tests on a large scale in the arm;; I, Florida has. been adversely advertised cult to control. Various insecticidesand : We will cntlaae toe Business of the Arthur E. Doneyan Afemey i; I i

Mote.. The more ii the pity. that then during the past two yearn, with th<,' and injured\ by people who hay repellants have been tested, but '
result that in 1915, out of ninety thou not scrupled to injure her fair nam without satisfactory results. without ckaaf a-Tear patronage ls respectfully solicited. ,i t.i t..
should be such condition 'when ererynewcomer rand men at home and II' road, then 'for the furtherance of their own ends Pall or winter ploying has been i I i i"r

observes that the traeiwant .was only a single case of typhoid l eception has been practised in selling found to reduce\ injury but is only partially :
fever among{ the lomlatpd, a J'e'ON lands. But that is a thing of the effective some of the weeds I .{ oj
f to bear fruit in spite of their that can well be re.t'tnkd l as a triunnpl" past.. The state, is going ahead not.. remain alive and as furnish food for the I! ;
t niediciitv! It is ',.*lie\e< basis The get-rich- 1
s' fnany hindrance observation for preventive on a substantial larvae until the tobacco or corn is
that the army aurireon now has propositions, have been eltmln-
y applies to field that want to bto weapon against typhoid that will maki ated. Florida is appealing to the peo- planted.The moth, from which the wirewormis

cultivated, but are not.Remember the next war unique in this regard. pie of other statese because she h.s evolved is medium or rather small
Every officer! and ", .n'\now in th< something substantial, to offer. Sh< in sue, and colored brown, yellow and
United States ann)' and navy is practically has inducements for capital and babe white. Some have metallic marks on II IIKORTH

'a safe against this disease, anc and for enterprises. She has, million:! the for wings, which are comparatively 4-Tourist Trains 4 R
the in whirl -
st each recruit will be inoculated at ofacres of productive land long and usually narrow. When
that the preconceivedWe lime he U sworn, Into the service. The there has never been a plowshare.She raised, the fore wings! are rolled _
in which the Unitet millions of acre of virgii
M1tr.mpaien )has the body and conceal the hind wings,
U thai'or
rf 'of a ery northerner btates army wilt participate will bo a timber. She has millions of'acre* fit' which are folded beneath. This gives

lint croraa are always beautiful and |raotical lest of typhoid prophylaxis for groves and orchards farm .nd the body the appearance of a tiny '
I scale. That it will '. She has the finest climate AND NORTHWEST\ ,, !
large gardens.
land >r> a pro\ cylinder, and aeoetinta for the ;'term
(that farm are satisfying the
will is the only stat'
arid She
9' the value of inoculation reliee in the world. ; that is applied to it of "close-wings." \
h.....'. desire warfare of one of its most hor, with a >.ub-tropical climate just out These moths fly mostly on dark afternoons '
r 'SWl... rible acocmpaitiment' there 'is' littUIrtullt Mde the gates of the (great renters ol.Ajneucan or during the early part of the "Dixie Flyer" "Seminole Limited i I i
has the lane I
< .. ; populationShe night. They are more common in open ,
The dysenteries can be divided! witshoar I to produce it. and the water and rai. :fields.. When di"turbedey, make "South Atlantic Limited"i f t
due i to tvncterial inxasion and c r.-portation to I'l"tit, to the market. than
1 am in the business of building up' those caused l h y ptomaines in foods, There are. thousands, of acres ir a short few, flights rods. ,at rarely, a time.flying They more usually "Montgomery Route" :l1

.'rte v run-down properties; of converting.. While the water and fond of the sob Foada:, : that produce. .annually r alight head downward. on the stems of I Ii'I
dlC'r"III "be more carefulTy fruardeilthan JtAHl per acre of fruit yon vegetables rdants. and their dolor often harrnon'iies .
'virgin land into remunerative condituvnn ever I.-f.t >n,. certain amount cal(( There a-v millions more of acres thai \ so perfectly With their surrounding VIAAtlantic "

i and of t.lhnahundrcoJs of my IlIt..u".1"Iu[ will be inevitableIt will pr d.ic-e thai much ThC'Z'C".N' tx that they cars scarcely I be seen.They li
safely be predicted 'however of for world: where' the lanes
I can -evuon
therefore, seldom attract attention
Canadian. friend where there are such i hat: the nation will. I IHared a rrpedu .> pt->xiuctne. so close to the mar unles.o important
me crop Iii
HabitatiMin. I, I;, of the "enit.almetbeef".sandals Kt-t. and can S* .had, at xo lc,wa priceKW attacked! Coast Line
.. I "f l-SA-J The work of the ,- 'nC'r.1talt 'rid* isn't anxiuufor landn\
.. I II if the army, ,the development. of depart vector V\ hst Florida nevi i I' more. Insert I Also Attacks Corn.
-- I II mental udicrrs! "f high( efficiencyind homeniake'We\ reed the peopUnvore The "tobacco in-warm" does not ;
I the rn'Imoua amount of publicity than 'II'' red their money 8..111I"t1 \" oorttine its attacks to tobacco only M S.
"v, Let me give you .n cst\nale >v( the nI' pure foot that has taken place in I hra" -* are, more in demand than but is likewise a .serious; pest to the :< '
,t live l..t .......Uo, uuiiht to inaurT theltnerisan tr""wil >rams of IDJGtt O. Qt': invested! in corn crop. Injury has been noted in Standard Railroad of the South
of Into
s <*It cwerliti your property . oU1ier a wholeom. foodupply l lard and avowed' to :lie for decadesawaitui m..IIJ J localities where little tobacco is .. ,
I wont for values' We need and it i* probable that damageto ,
wni.thtng presentable. charge.y : After the evp-rnence endrntng ,; (trowir.f. frown(
I \\$ ( of the past, the Amercaneople the .mall farmers" with capital. enough corn amount to more than that to Pullman Cars Jacksonville to Chicago, St. Louis Ciet '1 !
you for an lI"'I.t-,1'I| or for plan for :> Mil hold to a strict accounttbilit v" bu> small farms, equip themselves. tobacco As with, tobacco' injury is ti. Louisrifle Indianapolis Cleveland, Grand Rapid f il

Z, (improvement. 1 have the equipment I ) any, one responsible for "urMyms sod put :heir farms. into a productive. "rnojft, severe when corn IS planted! on aiad intermediate points. ;) ,
the armwith fool matenalsIhch stave. Fothoe there is rain for !land which ha been in weedy. pasture '.
n\i the staff \\l
y a hetp
> expert recrssaryto .
art not in every way up to the .O'\v-'! n"'oF1ond.:: hevvloperTILE or meadow previously or when planted DINING AND OBSERVATION CARS '
't complete anjthinff: 1 undertake I'v .tandsni on land which has not been under j
OF .\ SHIRT. cultivation for a number. of years andon 1
vif the di.en.xwuhar tropical
the time the nlravl call for it to be For ticket and information call 4
Atlantic Coast {
iwd! s.nti-oi\\ 111I..t"U"IM....*, yellowever The T.n'TM >une print a pic which there has been rank growthof on I
......... i malana. butxtnu- plague, chol- tUN'I- , .>'r* an\l typhus. must be I consideredtie. hand with Tommy Tiger-tail of difficult to secure a satisfactory standof or'l J
[ brilliant work of Uve last fifteenr th* SemincJe There wm" another corn and the yield is greatly reduced J. G. KIRKLAND Dir. Passenger Agent J
r"II -nuwtrmtin" the tr nmisuon Indian shown in the background. of the In central Virginia many fields TAMPA
-malaria ..n.i.11<>. fever by same picture. bat th* Tribune fails to under observation were replanted several FLA. !!
1 am recv'M.truct rc five' : differenttpropertte i, >* mosquito has put our army and gtvh iara*. supposing of ware times, and owing; to the latenessof :

at the time and \.\y sunrvw" and sanitarians in .po$- .that trreader! would readily ..recognie the' season .when a stand was secured ) ;
present can
.. i SAKMI of all ttvr knuwkda" needed to tKe nameless one as Ruben. Shirt the value of the crop was decreased l
look>> after * i I denx,n.trathvf the armcticahUty '-" gets off the reetrrvatioet and ; planted on _.....ydred.aDd\ t j
-1Rt I: of their control! given' by General comrait* dearedatioas upon the oot- seldom suffer injury. Since the aperies

.t,.' ----- .- -- - -- ,!k riaa.4nVanalJ'-,:ant nas, proved i> st* ..-.f the Tampa Brewing: eompgny. of weeds which are< the natural j
'r ''that m.Un and veU: :" w f.v...r can bewntrolkd Ctivef Ruben u not af1kt.dU, *vdropKobuu food plants of the insects do !not
i II 4.a'.Iwr is I' .. his .iixii- thrive in woodland the larvae not
S rxvnpletely in s* My w little' pin or hammock, grover nannies. Were mew are living ,. rate. sit ecagb he has a greatt abfcarretvce preeeat wbea the crap is planted. B SS & BASS y HEAT
Ived .KabitatKMU. whiv can be sereeo- for1 water While =* doe set The larvae attack the yoe&x corntear
did ..d bad I ... make it ,
c er f fire IMXHiM of the and
o d and where' all possible breedXR ofeiject to its Xse in cats the surface ground j
INMr than it w and the vat wrll.becemfwreJ !, daces cot nxk s.1".toed for a neceosarrlutanve .. not turn oa his heeis for tINt barrow 'into Ahe. bras of the stalks the
i cas W destroyed.' th. co- (:ntf of Verne for drinking parpaee& outer porUo of the stink being frequerjiy MARKET
si.tkiag " the j'..wt.. eravlK-atKMi of the** tyro
r pt.ptty will be worth after I have ; 's pd ssit4e. It reraaiiM t. Kr sen. Sanjl ketow i aa the white when attacked they are either..
a ..owvver" tvethads can h de- spree batack" arid frexfantly amicefmJ kilted or s r started or dwarfed that Flori a and Western
flit it isles afcape.CMIer I ..eloped for pre,.-Mtgne relate<< -c, +a the ftekt filLsb..egb treats. So beep U his and produce little or no grain Mod I
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.M_ se.utag part-" pkkss ward. lew*. ?.ef SrtJL He is frttarfry: te the ihiw traawvers rows of hnlrn. Wheu : > :'
...asta' Uabwbte.L'y '1MricIaa pale face land: r4 aetvrnmars ... the stalks roach at height of a foot orrmparatjvejy I Fres Poultry and Eggs !ii
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-.: i';" Sheep and WookConferenceCalled TO, WORK .l"1. fi
: CORN AND COTTON ,. i ,;;;
Houston '
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Washington, D. C., May 21.-The : ..!t>,
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Washington D. C., May 21.-The er control of dogs the sheep popula- seed-bed and the use of good seed may '
, secretary of agriculture i has issued acall tion of the farm states could be be wholly pr partially offset by improper '
for a public conference of per- doubled, without displacing any other or insufficient cultivation, is :
sons interested in the sheep and wool animals on farms. The effect of such the advice of crop specialists of the
industry, to be held in Washington, an increase on the country's meat sup department fo agriculture. .
June 2, 3 and ..... Among the topics ply would be pronounced, as sheep in Proper cultivation is an important .
are the manufacturing value ,, meat producers. should begin immediately after plant '
of American wools; the improvement Various agencies have been for ing by running once or twice across :
of farm and ranch methods of handling some time engaged in propagandawork the rows with a weeder or section .
a wool; the possible adaptation of to effect an improvement in wool harrow. After the plants come up at :
l foreign methods to American conditions handling and sheep husbandry, and least two additional cultivations .
< ; the standardization of the wool this conference is called by the secretary should be given with either the weed \.
::.. ,Ii clip, and'the prevention of damage by of agriculture to co-ordinate or harrow in the case of either corn i : ;J
"; dogs and predatory animals. such efforts, and give an opportunityfor or cotton before the regular cultiva- '1'-
\ The high quality of American wools, the formulation of policies of national tors are used. Run diagonally: across
,.' when properly put up, is generally scope, which will place the rows with either of these imple- .
.:- recognized! our manufacturers, but the sheep and wool industryf on a ments, using the section harrow with
': so little attention is paid to the care more stable basis.' the teeth slanted backward with an t - t
r. of American wool at shearing time Much interest has already been angle of forty-five degrees and repeata .
that it usually sells for less than its manifested, and a large attendance of week later at right angles with the
.' real value and frequently suffers by representative wool growers, sheep first clutivation. e ice Cream Freezers
", comparison with foreign wool. Such breeders, manufacturers and others interested The use of the weeder or section I i
!; practises as the indiscriminate sackIng in the sheep industry, is ex harrow is strongly advised for the
..., of wool regardless Of kind or con- pected. early clutivation of corn, cotton and
dition, the use of improper twine, and The animal husbandry division of many other crop It is best to use Refrigerators
," the use of insoluble paint for markIng the bureau of animal industry has the weeder on very 'loose or sandy I
. I. sheep, cause really unnecessary made !n educational collection of soil while the section harrow Is pre- ;
, o expense and loss in manufacturing wools and wool fabrics, which show ferable on clay or buckshot Boils. This '
r "which' has been variously estimatesat the advantages of proper preparation early cultivation with the weeder or r
,' (, from I 5 to 20 per cent of the original of wool for market and market re- harrow destroys all young grass and Water :
value of the wool, and for which quirements. This collection will be on weeds and leaves the soil in fine con- Coolers '; : .
.i the producer must pay by being comt' exhibition during he conference. dition and the cotton ready for chop ..,
". pelled to aoecpt a reduced price. ping or thinning. The use of the sec '
,Y The damage done the sheep industry GLANDERS VACCINE I, tion harrow for the early cultivation : '
-I P by predatory animals in the western NOT SATISFACTORY of corn and cotton in the south is com Mosquito Canopies

:! 1 4 range states, and by dogs in the Washington D., C., Maya.iL.-That paratively recent but is rapidly be- .o .: 0
t farm'states,. will be a very important glanders vaccine Is not effective in coming general. One of the great .
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in its in Addition to A""'
advantages use '
; subject for discussion at the confer- rendering horses immune from this ,
ence. In some western states the dangerous disease is the conclusion' the excellent work done, is. the extra N : : ,>;
t t number of predatory animals appears specialist of the Bureauof amount of land that'can be cultivated .
r to-be decreasing, but in others these Anima lindustry. ,United States In a given time.COMPANIONS. v I"j, .'1 )

i + pests are increasing in spite of growing Department of Agriculture, a* a result IN DISTRESS."For I" '. ) '" '" .,'. 1'1
: settlements, causing a loss of 10 of with _. "'., .o."
, 'per cent of the sheep and lambs in hose and other anima The experiments the love of ould Ireland, giveus ." ." ... ,'< "Oil"I'1'-' Stoves Jtc.5H ., r,"' "
'Q '. some 'aectionL" Dogs in farm state show that while, mallets U a job, guVnor" ," said Daniel Deanto . '" ':-,.," l' '. *;"\,.' ; *' ',' .r. . . /, .,, :
't 'cause irregular losses flocks of effective to discover . \li I' : ,, ' .J. '
., among highly as a mean the circus manager. '' w : j :, ; i" ..: ,
sheep, amounting In'some cases ito the presence .glanders In'' a horse, That worthy sited: him( up. ." ''''f. ,'.',, "',1;( .)."iJ.v. ,." ." '4. .' ,{ flit." ,,' \ .''Iii ,
r r 'complete extermination.'.There is' no neither, mallein,nor glanders. vaccinehas "Look here, $10 a week to. dress up ,.x" .,t. k'f.tti' 'I'. I'r. >.t. I .:)1.1''' : .'......' ., r 1' .." .
j doubt that.the lack of in ', ,.J'' ' \!. ' ,. , ' .' '.' ,'
control of value curing <
dogs shown any positive .. , as a lion. Take UT I "I" . ," t < fo. . ''' :"'" , ,
in- farm states is the principal hindrance with : : \ .,
animals tick glanders.If "Shure,.! answer Dan, eagerly. ." . '
to the development of the > the experiments seventeen horses That night the circus tent was gaily Prices ;
sheep"industry in those regions, and were used These were stabled under lighted, and amidst the plaudits tM RightROSS ,
a survey of this situation recently such conditions that vaccinated and I audience the formidable looking% lion :t
made by the department of agriculture unvaccinated horses could be broughtinto was shown in his cage. n
c indicates that if. there were prop1' contact with a good
, -- -_-. -- -- case" of glanders. Mai lei n and: eye suave lion tamer "to show you the / !J
"> i ... tests were used : docility of this animal., I will place him '
;j : ;;;; ;'$.mmmmIllWlrnlllllJlDlllmlliI! m the results The investigators report in a cage with the fiercest tiger .on !
... ... .,.. ... .. the following conclusions which appear record ,.:t
in a professional/ paper published "Are you mad, man ?" came in muf-

.' by the department entitled "Immuniz- fled, agitated tones from the pseudo GRAVES... '."' "
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;i s ation Tests with Glanders Vaccine: lion. -'Ii: ,
. The results obtained by these investigations "I'll pitchfork you if you don't get I ; ,
appear to be'-aufficient to through that trap door in a jiffy!" .
demonstrate the unsatisfactory results i !muttered the trainer, outwardly smiling '
' of this method of immunization. Of .
.... '" the thirteen Immunized animals, nine A good dig of the fork soon precipitated i 11
j( contracted the disease from natural Dan into, the cage with the snarl ;
'l l exposure, which is a large proportionwhen ing tiger. Crouching in a corner, mad Hardware-Furniture[ ;
it is considered that all animalswere with fear Dan' prayed in broad Irish .
"" r aged and Jreptjnost-of the time h 1t .
every'satnt ---- -- -
;! during the exposure out of doors. Of Suddenly the tiger arose and sniffedhis ::: : --- -- -- :: :. .:: _: ,:. -:.--::--;- -,___ ,-.H' -,-. --- :' "

l the four remaining immunized horses, way over to Dan .f.
:j 'Ioi ':S'--'" one died of impaction after the second "Man, what's the matter wid ye*" r ,
t .II',- -1i "CLA1.IOM" BATH vaccination, while the other three ani- it said.' "N.r fear; shrue, I'm Irish \ ,..... f fI
mals were killed August 20, 1913, in meself!" :
\ ISN'T IT RBALLY order td ascertain by post-mortem ex- .
,! 1 i amination the possibility of glanders 04o004444000o44ooaO I '''I I i
CARELESSNESS which had '
existing in these animals .
itive reaction, but LETTERS. Oo. .
given! serum OLD-TIME LOVE v
! that causes you to delay remodelingthe which had returned to normal. In e HOW ANIMALS all other bide which invariably sleep joy this unenviable. distinction.. ':The 1!
} old bathroom 'artificial Infections of the vaccinated 000'440044004000400In AND BIRDS LEER with the hea4] ,turned tailward over notion is,. however, .quite. ,erroneous. l'4
animals they. showed no resistance the back\ and the beak thrust in Whale. .
You KNOW losing among and their kind are often quoted
you are : old book, dated 1820, according ";
v both vaccinated horses an '
whatsoever* *
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the feathers between the and the
form of to the Rural World, there is the Sleep, indeed, ; a "gentle thing." wing as sleepless creature It i.-up.'
the acute
the daily convenience protection Dromptly. eveloped an body not under the I i. 'j .themade
If i wingyas commonly posed this
'I the dueaM-f rom touching the Schneidarlan following curious love epistle. It affords I It is the supreraiest form of rest. 'Ournotions '"
Utisfaction"of '
believed.- No has
to health, the explanation they: would promptly drown. rAe !
admirable words: of rest sleep, however
membrane with a platihum loop an play upon during I,1 l
been offered I ,
f' ever to account for this 'a nal..rImeu.lHuee. sleep.. ,
beautiful :$ "Madam Most worthy of admiration likely to be little upaet whenwe \
possessing a twndard"modern which Ihad been touched to a growth :- are a habit. It is
strange followed by: With ."h..Iho1f..r. the ,
ev.q) many reverse - M
much different
1 After consideration and to the
bacilli. For the come survey postures -
pf glanders present
bathroom the penguins,.wherein the is the case as with the .bats. and
meditation the reputation assumed by various saimalf,
advisable to abstain on you possess
therefore, it seems ,
so short to faU completely to-cover owls, far .
examples The'reversal ef ;r
nation I have strongin ; sleep.
estimate NOW. horses in the a > during
Let ; from immunizing by'this
even |he back., Owls an"perltap., the: the usual order .,has been r
method, as a practise of this kind may clintaion to become your relation. On i To begin with, the human race, the ... ,
THE OLD RELIABLE PLUMBING do more harm than good Owners your appropbation of the declaration majority of mankind probably sleep only, eception'to'the' rule, about by. tbe''nature. 'of"tM'. "'-:.
1 to the right left side of the And, by the 'way, 'the only ,other habits ,
SHOP having horses which are supposedly I shall make preparation remove lying upon or .
imntunised weald naturally become my situation to a more convenient station body and with the knees drawn up toward animals which ,thus turn, the. head ' come'to the. ;
1 \ R. L. Starling Manager. careless! thinking their animal were to profess my admiration, and if the chin. But certain African backward after this fashion during where does sleep begin? :
resistant to the disease, and thus even such oblation is worthy of observation tribes, for example, lie upon the back, sleep are certahi'peeuiaz'] tortoises no means easily answered." .
14 Darlington ATC. Phone.244-2 I better opportunity would be offered and can obtain consideration, it will with the head, or rather the back of known as "side beck! tortoises. :Certain ;: .,. clined: to draw the has at: ',,'
.......,. .,.... ... ..=$ for a the propagation of the disease thanif bean aggrandization beyond all alteulation j the 'neck, resting. on a bar .f' wood .birds sleep while, resting on and But since,all Jiving, things--ti: {
i* j llIIlmIlUUlllnn. ; the hones were not vaccinatedFurthermore of and -exultation of 'supported on two short pillar 4efc. This'cUrous'pos' 'I*'-well seen welt' as intmalolisp "
". 01 ,., .':/ the fact that.the bloodof yours they* Diatinaulation.." ,The apparently invariably in long-leggol birds,lUce,itorksaa.d states of CJ aruperbap. '+'
vaccinated] animal can not be util This is the .still mVxe curious, answer and tke .bor.hcommon1y; sleep &'UII... DueKa..nerallJ'.I..p.OD open be Dea't1te: truth in '
. !.!.... . !U.' !tt U. u ised for serum teats for two-or three : standing.--, This i* reailyastonlshing.Aside water,and to avoid drifting shoreward, .. universal among* living-'i. .if
month after the injections I is also a "Sir:-I pet sued your oration with 110.-th. al Ufflculty of andtheteferenlnto, ..tu,4aftp.xone, the..' case t of::.plants. (4
great disadvantage in the. eradication much deliberation at the great Infatu- ... Dtainll\"U\e"lbodF during these they; keep.. constantly..paddling :with darkness: save in the ease : !1,
H: of the di...... ation of your imagination to show such, long l period*"'of unconsciousness,- ene one'foot, so that the body always-i'j"'cteria'bd--1un"' ,*whichi tf
3 T J. iW. 'A* a rvsult of this preliminary workit veneration on so ,slight a foundation would>.have-supposed that a .recumbent circling "round the chosen sleepingai'slatli. deed, grow and**''tbf joerer. r:

1 : appear that the,control and'.radi- But, after examination and much sari ,position in the aIM of both these ".'!'.,:,::. ,n -** !., .. : "
d cation of glander must still be. d. oils contempltalon, suppose' your animation animals wanimporathCattle, and ."sleep>>:"suspended] by--their. -
Fin Life ?Hcahn.a14 Accident pendent up.r1hreoneeotration of ..ul'd'orb' was the fruit of recreation' or their kind ceairBoaly sleep bring down, feet'and,the< head tnek.d-ls betweenthe , To iclean'linoleum twiUttatl J,
t JrINSURANCE' in.aUtnlaatln*Jnfeetod horse. had '.prungfrom ''ostentation dis-t.. aedduringsmsny> bear*of...the ,dy forelegs. ,.,The no less/remarkable/ remove .alTtbe- dust,-then
and the axtaptioq of proper' pin,, play roar education by an odd enumeration . they.lie, down*'as*.whe. .. chewingthe I African pottos,*'or'slow,//lemurs, 'as- of flannel sprinkled with )
tion ago nit the Introduction .of':"Infected or;;' rather multiplication, ; fend.*,t-. ., t'u} ,;,yi '.:s _'"tai sum .a;snail I ** posei feat[o&.IIer.UacJa. : rub the ttaelcnm.: It 4 WIIt
.:" --" animals" into table free from word. 6f the.same termination,though ctMore curious still,.,thers'istr i .;crea- themselves to.. a vertical: Instead of- aborilODtatJIIO make it ppear. .!ilike ae'. bat. i'f4tn.
A SIC SUS1'tINSV I the! disease.. The result achieved 'great'',re j>eetivsignlnctaton. tur'e*;wlalch invariably: .hanging so-thslt?the- body. It.IT I.-, .
.ro , head.'dow 7sapnded ,lyltheir rest with the bead upwanLxiNo animal ,. ''' ..J
GEICTa Germany Austria and Canada i) by these Now,without dUptttation wai" ,
while r
: ct: method* have proved 4v"ry.: wwcourag.iingJ ; ss T rj and *..doubt\ /-* oeutadtln? 'the tedious 'an'occupation: .deserves'5 poinb. AmMC hMds ra sneeV.with 'Some animals I fsald never, to big, nm Y. the pan from tM era and' _
: :; 'J ..... ,f"W U .,Uttiehasiglug ishecaase the eyc are' pi.asit intCoM.wator. .pPrat a.plncb. et ,"i'f.
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imitation r..JII.&l
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The1''Kisslmmee, Valley Gazette. .... II'MOTfffiR'S' RY'j'l' '
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;," K181.11l1UfEE, OSCEOLA COUNTY Jo"J..oRIDA.... ' "This seems to be an age which those who have mean sufficient to 1 justify;" ,
a .. .. \ .... ...........:- their doing to will migrate with the birds from the bleak wintry blahs of':the 0, Mary call' 'the children home and, Then came the bridge whist era, when r

W. B. HARRIS,,' .? .. ,. Owner north to the mild balmy sunshine of our southland during the season of year make the chatter fast, mother played all day, ._

So J. TRIPLET '. .. ..- L Editor when everything i is held in the i icy grip of a frigid temperature in the northern Put full out enough the'cat to and laatJ.fill the furnace. Topped and off bore with the tea prize and away sandwiches; ,
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t :. : I __ _.. ._ "- - ."- '
-- _. = -- The key beneath the sharks :
; state- but with many"they return again to their northern' home a* soon a* doormat place Of all the village card our 4,
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.at turn out the front a"
one ) -? hall the
8UBICRIPTION!! RATES.!: One copy -- light, mother was best
4 One oopy six tnonth..L.n____ __ r.'N' One coPY.. three months.---' .40 the danger of frost Has past, and judging, from the extreme heat that they endure Far mother' on the Jury, and won't But even then she reached home 'ere

.t .- .,_ '-- - . -- :- --r-r-, : .-_.-, ___' ---_ . ; There during the summer month, that the climate in the southland must be home tonightThere the sun had gone to rest. ?
Air authorised correer'md' -nt mutt b<-
eo'Q'lmUhlratlo" dxeeptfrom our be almost beyond endurance as the winter climate here is mild. But in this 4
vs atoned by the writ4' so From bridge to Civic Betterment the
; 'wHI ,.. culled for was' time
Rejected mailer' nt Io IIrn.,1 l unless a long years ago, .
..-.-- they"are very much mistaken, a* everyone wbo has spent a summer in. this when mother stayed at home. ladies next did leap.
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J Entered at the wtofrio' in "Klimlmiiie. Kl\\1 0"dd8". mari-r._) _. country will verify. We do not have the' humidity here that i is experiencedin And tended to her household tasks And statistics mother muttered in her sleep health laws and w
___._. _. I with ho desire to roam; I ; ,
the northern states during the summer months but instead we enjoy the She made the beds and swept the For lectures and fresh air' funds she
FRIDAY MAY 22 1914 herself be bled
-1 breeze day the breeze hearth and kept the children down, let ,
,; sea every temperature rises higher the becomes But she home from committeesere
,_ ._ .. Until one day a Woman's Club
t I stronger, so that there is always comfort;: to be found, ebpecially when, not ex- started in our town. the family went to bed.

posed to sun. and last
Now mother has the ballot, at
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I Here is a toast t I want to drink to a fellow I'll never kn. "v The writer has spent many years in the northern climate, where thether- Soon her mother was a membetr. and all has found her niche i
leisure time Commonwealth to
In the ,
4 To the fellow wWs going to take my place when its time. for me to go. mometer will. register zero, and sometimes several degrees below, during the Was spent in writing papers on .The tuning just the up proper pitch; '

I've wondered what kind of a chap he'll be and I've"Ihed I could take his winter months, and 'then touch the TOO mark almost any day during the sum- Decadence of Rhyme, Against corruption, greed and graft ,
The Celtic Note in Bernard Shaw, of the women have to fight
? hand '
; old that he'd understand.rd mer. We haste\ also spent a few years in this sunny southland and have studied Tennyson-the Man, So mother's on the jury and she won'tbe
whisper. "I 1 wish well, man m a way I
Just to
like to give him the cheering you word that I've longed at times to hear ; the conditions, as we find them and believe that we are in a position to- say But evening even then meal she home ere the. home tonight.-New York Telegraph.

t 1M like to give him the warm handclasp when never a friend-seems near. that the climatic conditions in Florida are as favorable to tourists during the I .

I've learned my knowledge Gy sheer hard work, and I wish I could pass it onTo summer as during the winter. This might apply to any part of the state, but .i'i:;,

a 1 the fellow who'll come to place some day when I am gone. ji j I we feel safe in saying it will apply to Kissimmee. Here we enjoy a splendid HUMAN JUNK is which primarily the president criticised.He under He* . 'j

i breeze the entire season through, wafted from the !bosom of Lake Tohopekaliga "Child labor adds to the human I stands the situation better than any Ti J
When he sees all the sad mistakes I've made and note all the battles lost ? jurk; pile." So the National Child other man. If war comes, it is his
caused the headaches which they cost ? that cools the fevered brow and is restful and invigorating to the tired body. Labor say war if is brought about thee
: f Will he ever guess of the tears they or .... committee, and it descnihes! the ; peace
'Will he gaze through the failures and fruitless toil to the underlying plan, ] When one has spent the day in honest toil and sits down at eventide to pr' ess with charts aid photogi'tons in credit first of all belongs to him. '
4p efforts to
!i And catch a glimpse of the real intent and the heart of the vanquished man > icst the gentle zephyrs laden with the aroma wafted to you from flowers and I the Child new Labor exhibit" which on "The will High be Cost an important of learn Congress the plans made of strenuous the president, but

>; I dare lo hope he may pause some day as he toils as I have wrought i blososms 'on all sides makes one feel that here life is worth\ while and insteadof part of the general sociological failed. It is well that the secrets were
And/ some strength for his weary task from the battles which I have fought j exhibit at the National Conferenceon not divulged to anyone, and whateverthe
rain enduring- the oppressiveness that is experienced by our tourist friends in I outcome be it is well to wait.
him face. I Charities
for Corrections Memphis
But. only the task itself to leave with the cares to eng at -
ti II I their northern' homes, we enjoy the gentle breeze all the while. But some from May 2d to May 9th. I until all the evidence the is in methods before passing -

bid 1 drink bridegroom to his bride ; raGe the question about\ insects and imagine that here with J Every up-to-date organization has an opinion'on the administration. em-
C Then here's to your health, chap; as a i we are annoyed its exhibit nowadays\ which tells in I ployed by'

j I leave an unfinished task to you, but God knows how I tried._ fit | them' but such is not the case. We are as free here 'from the annoyance of poster form the story of its ;.aims or I The Miami i -iJaily' -Metropolis; of i

I've dreamed my dreams as all men do, but never a one came true I that kind as any place in the north, and by the use of screens the same as in the of This the problem with which it deals. I Wednesday contained the following
all the dreams be realized by latest word of the National Child of editorial last week 1\
that mention
l And today 'is may you.
r my prayer north we are relieved 'from the of f insects altogether. Labor committee does not attempt to
the cattle of
in the unknown out in the realms of : I touching upon industry
1 And we'll meet some day great space j jYou'll show merely the conditions in
and in tired face. Then why not make this your summer as well as your winter home. Come one or this county. It says: $
1 I take another
< know my clasp as your gaze your Is j industry, but it links up the "If The Kissimmee Valley Gazette
4 Then all your failures will be success in the light of the new found dawn- and spend the entire year ; secure a location where you will enjoy the, refreshing problem of child labor with all the I will keep up, its educational work Os-- .

s So I'm drinking your health, old chap, who'll take my place when I am gone. I| breezes and delightful temperature, where the thermometer never reachesthe It other states social the cost problems of labor that to beset the child us ceo a county and all of Florida will .
i rise to call it blessed. The
Kansas Star. : some day up
100 mark. No more delightful climate can be found under The blue canopyof -accidents, physical deterioration, illiteracy -. .Gazette is showing the absolute fool- s h

heaven than right here, and we extend the invitation to come and remain moral dangers juvenile ishness of cattle growers selling their .
crime it shows the
cost in
; industry stock to western stockmen instead of '
OUR 'DUTY AS VOTERS AT' THE POLLS. throughout the year and know for yourself what a really great country we waste and lowered efficiency; it enum- taking care of it and fattening it on !.
have. erates the burdens laid upon society [ their own ranches. 'Cattle i ilt King'in
bringing money cost and trouble cost this southern section of Florida,

___ __ in the trail of the Child Labor Adult. says The, Gazette, just as rightfully as
and the u
It is now less than two weeks until the voters of Oaceola. County i I This exhibit was prepared by Mr. 'cotton is king' in "Georgia, and with

stale of Florida at large will be called upon to express at the'polls their choice j Lewis W. Hine of the National Child forceful arguments it is trying to

as to who shall serve in the various positions which are open to be filled by the j II HAVE A LOOK II Storey Labor committee of the Russell and Sage Mr. Founda-Walter change'rs of sending the custom it into of the the cattle west to grow-the

people who exoress their preference at the primary on June 2. I tion. It was shown at the National big packers who return it to Florida
Child Labor Conference at New Or- I to be sold at fancy prices, as 'porter
-i Every citizen has a duty to perform and it is left to him how well it" shall I When a very pretty woman crosses world i is really very little if there be leans in March, and has been on viewin house steak.' .

1 be done. This is one time in the life of a man where he stands on exactly the her silk-stockinged ankle and disposes no peace, joy, Jove. If you are emphasizing New York,for a short time. After I -- 4---
I of the superfluous drapery so that the the material things in life, the close of the Memphis conference, A Floridan man, having in mind
same level with every other man. No matter what may be the social religious best'possible view can be given to all which today are and tomorrow are it will be added to the list of exhibits that there are sixty-two drinks to a

; political or financial l standing of the other fellow, he has no more authority interested take a look, says BarbaraLee not, have another leok at the true )I kept in readiness by the National I, gallon and the profit that is made by
in the Philadelphia North American. woman beneath the silk gown and the I Child Labor committee to lend to the seller, says: "Start a saloon in
4 no more power in casting his vote than you have in casting yours, and everyone The ankle is probably very well well-waved hair that money has communities that wish to arouse interest your own house. Buy your drinks

1 should study the situation and the candidates and what they represent, and turned, and the quality of the stock- bought for her. Above all, be not too I in the question. from your wife, and by the time the :
ing quite superior, but- foolish at judging her a fortunate be- I
first gallon is she will have $8
:- then vote for the best interests of the state, district county or precinct. She is just clever enough to try to ing. She may wish to change places There was never president who hap- to put in the bank and $2 to start i

E. There is no politics in this election. Every man asking for your support keep your attention off the fluffy with you. I I pened to hold office during the time ofa business on again. Should you con-
brain, or the lack of it, and the general You are wondering what in the' war, says the Homestead Enterprise, tinue to buy booze from her and then>-
belong to the tame political party-it i is all on one side-so that politics: is lack of poise and all characteristics world Anc@line sees in the man to I who has not been bitterly criticised. die with snakes in your boots, she ..;

k /" removed] from the contest ;and we must select the best man from the list to worth while. _, whom she is engaged. You cannot Wilson will most assuredly be no exception will have enough to bury you, educate J f
If you are interested in the course 'understand'how she can pass an hour to the rule in case a real war I the children, buy a house and marry 1
perform the duties. of ,flirtation, watch any collection of in his company not to mention a life I comes. He will be criticised for the a decent man.-Exchange. I ;
For the representatives in both branches of our national Congress we have chickens in the street. Choose a time. Have a look at your own hus- things he does and for the things he ,\
+ grup that has a crescent of under- band. Mayhap she thinks the same of leaves undone.Ih To keep a coffee pot sweet put a ..d I.
candidate Those seeking honor in the United States senate both come
i.; grown men, or overgrown boys, and him. I i a case of this kind it behoovesthe tablespoonful of' baking soda into it. :
i .... from Jacksonville and both are perhaps qualified for the position Senator watch the wriggling giggling, utter Perhaps you live in comfort and'I rank and file to reserve their opin- Fill it two-.thirds full of water and
foolishness of the girls eat they coquette : many times a day it is possible to see ion in case they ado not agree with thepre.ident' lot it boil for an hour. Then rinse >
Fletcher is asking to be re-elected, he having served one term of six year with the males and 'the ,
play green hedges, blue Skies and elegant policy. It would be unwise very thoroughly. If this Is done about. ( ,
; 4 Hi opponent. Mr. Stockton, will be iD this county before election day to state game with',ignorance as to the homes: Just for a change,, of heart, as well as unjust for the president once a week the pot will always smell \
fine points. The main thing that ia walk down into the poor sections o9 of the United State and his Advisers fresh and clean. y
to the''Yoten' what he propose to do if elected: done is a flattering of the men and a the town.,. See how people "must"live to give reasons .for the delay. o

In the lower house of congress we have five candidate seeking the honor longing gaze, though heaven knows because they cannot get up enough. and apparent. dilatory methods (or Subscribe to The Valley Gazette _- f
what for. at the admirers; the voice strength to leave squalor and povertyand t
>:t three of these candidates,live in Jacksonville one of them. Mr. l/Engle. i* now has a loving tone and there"Is a willingness a despairing fight against insup- ,

in congre as congressman from the date at large, and now seeking to represent to accept any guff that the erable odds. Whatever your misfor-
young gentleman hand the young la- tune, you will have something more
the of the Foruth district. The other candidates from
people two dies. But- serious to think about. Have a look, I
-- are Albert Williamson and St. Elmo Acosta, and the fourth candidate This is the way to have a fuss made butDon't

frt t come from Key West an island in the sea at the most southern point 'in the i over noise This the way This to' make is' the a your little stop way help Do things Something toward in > I Stanford's Stanford'sPer I

United State While from the central part of the district we have a candidate surest way to have great satisfaction, a better condition. I!>
I if feather-brained female. At the restaurant table if ,
you are a you are
t,r in the person of W. J. Sears from Kissimmee who. is asking to be honoredfor in the fact that all other females are fortunate enough to be eating in N

this {jS aition.' envying you. poiseful comfort look at the large' "{{

We are not intimately acquainted with all these candidates but "Joe" has I Do you who know tries to.a cover'shallowmindedwoman up her ignorance percentage ing of beverages of women that who are are decidedly drink- 1

q lived here so long that we all know him and we know that he is deserving of with a sweet, smile When hard on their constitutions. If you can CentDISCOUNT ._
I you mention the biggest event of the see. the French knots into which the
r f this honor, and it seems that for the best interest of our county and the district I day, she looks wise and says nothing.She ladies twist their faces when over ,

it would be the part of wisdom to elect Sears as-he comes from the center of has never done one thing to add coOifig a martini cocktail or a highba."I ''
to the little mind that her childhood's ; ), you will marvel at the stren"hof 2 5 l'
the territory embraced in the district and his would extend in
interests out j experience-left her, yet she gets there mind that permits them to drink ,
every direction in equal proportion, while a nominee elected wom.either of the lust the same. Well take a look at that which is not relished. But it is -"
her and solve for the problem have look at the ''
yourself sporty so a sports j }
+ extremitieswould be removed far from the end of the district 1
too extreme of how to make a bluff: on nothing. It An* then look the: ether vay. j'j 4
c!, and it i ia a duty that the voters of Osceola county owe to themselves and | is a good lesson in life. For this little After ,,'I. this locking) around is a I i = ON A'.LL= v
j bluffer to make a ) business.
seems profitable
the man who will bring the desired results to this part of the! district. 1 1 I good empty hit with the men. They thin very ,

.I In the of will have and 'her sweet they admire her reticence -
legislature our state we to select a representative, so' ; COME INTO THEGARDEN" i I

w i for that honor we have three candidates-Johnson. Bryan and Triplett. All tions! ;and they to love instruct to answer her in her their ques-superior OF ROSES']

} three of these candidate are well known to the voters of the county, as they masculine way. But- One of our shy young men whose I .

I : have been before the here for From these three called I If you value all that ia really wortha courtship has progressed, dreadfullyslow
+ public years. we are thought in life don't use her meth since its beginning many, many
..w upon to select. Who shall it be> As in all the other instances, it i is the dutyof ods. Your womanhood is too good to moons hence, is said to be in quest of
: sacrifice in this manner. more roses. I
the voters to select the man that the best qualifications, the man I
possesses When you walk along the street This is how it all came about: !
i best fitted for the duties of this'OffKe, the man who i is best fitted to protect the look at the extremists that are legion. The courtship had progressed slow-
i There will always be the woman who ly owing to his being bashful. Final-
ycvi; interest of our county on the floor of the assembly and not be made the tool has the highest possible wing at the ly the young lady decided it was up

of tome political scheme or combination to represent their interest rather than front of her baL Another will have to her to start something, so the next
the largest question mark on her time he called she pointed to the rose
w perform. the duties for which he i is seat there to perform. cheek in the latest style of hairdressH in his buttonhole and said: "111 give

jk This is a progressive age. There is no place to stand till and we need ing; 'still another.will have the greatest you a kiss for that rose." A crimson ,
1 bustle effect and behind her will flush overspread his! countenance, but
roi + progressive men to represent; us .in the. legislature. and not men who have no come one who has applied white and the exchange was made after some

fixed plan a* to what should be done. We need men who will go there nth red powder with a trowel. Have a hesitation on his part. Then he i
look. Then- grabbed his hat and started to leave ,
,a the idea that they have a duty to perform and ,will set about to do it. There I Strike for the golden mean that always the room.. "Why, where are you going 7 tt t\,

'l is no doubt but what either of the three men who are seeking the honor of sounds the note of refinement. ? she asked in surprise. "To the /
1, 4 representing. this county will if elected, do the very best they can and know 1 It will be pretty nearly the time for called r-f-o-r--to from the get, more roses, h$ - ?

how to do. Now it it for the people-to say who is best fitted who could do' excursions to the seashore. If you LETTERS *
value soul and the standards of
YOl1r' .
the most and the decision must be made at'the poll on June 2d. American 'womanhood have a look at UNCLAIMED: TAN SHOES

al The county officer are to be filled and in several of the positions there the' groups with disgusting in bathing freedom costume on behaving the- AT THE: POSTOfflCEKlMlmni

1is opposition.. The duties of most of these pffice are ministerial duties and beach. Watch the young girls screaming -

? all'that is. required i is honest, intelligent men. and the people are to be the: in childish glee from the'bightsof +.. Flsk. May It. 114. .
the shoulders of husky young men. Advcrtliml list for ,the, two we k*
tl' /judges in the.matter. Have a look couples lying aroundin ending Jun 1. l'lt:
\ IA
be ItC. P.aro. R. ,
that would not
:, Remember this fact: That you owe this duty to the state and county togo positions permitted Bradley Lee. Pleasant. .
in any other place. See them Mlas: Ryne.. lira Annie, '
.;b and cast your vote. and] unless you do so you have no right whatever to kissing hugging, snuggling out In the a__ < Redding 3. !*.. LARGE STOCK IN HAND ?

3, raise your yoke against whoever may be selected to fill the various positions..' public cue With experienced gestures.Their Davits)Mlra t. F. Klttl R*)[autos:Mn.Bas' '
mothers and father sure near :Mrs. Annie.
Daces. C rrl* Rhln**
tb 'aad i(yoM are a true man yon will submit-.the majority when the.:poll Las But it is bathing hour and "young Da....- Doctf.: ROMT.Mra. B.Ml.. \

: been taken!'and accept the nominees and give them the support and encourage; folks will be young felks. May your GaUaer"'r 'Doejr.M. J. RobMb.SlnH.ton.Willi.Mls.. \ \\ '
be profitable in U e'training of IxmtSe. Annl. '
"V ,seat tLat. js due,the winners in a Jaa>>foqbt battle.. case J'O'IIP.OW1a' daughter er eon.'. -**"' ?%. Gree Or..a.,:Mrs Mir.- .- Tbomaa7rraYoal.:

''"'s > ',. '{..'': s;_nr'a. ,c.ose peopl< ;.'.:.1.'iybetLaas: _-.t_im rite.. ."|f.4_'>t.J* ><'th_.TlClor': :-Ot' Are you envious of the woman_who drr.Braaob Mra--iOaale... .. ,.TlndalL" Ml.aoyrt.Mir- I H. C.;STANFORD CO ; :[
"i" .- ... French-maid and a.'jewel casket -Uall.-Isaaa _3raaoa. Mlse .
) :; .'w .tbtt: hefoste'do, Wa'in honorable defeat let's continue to?strive to make that U full to overflowing Have H. t. John IB.% ,W..... )ties eva.obnaot. .
8o imlMkf ** *sjaissed spot order:tbt'Ua'doehe'of, heaven and: anether-lookv :If is 'not*in Trench J.hapa... Mir ....Ward. '.,J... . ",.1 .,1 .
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FRIDAY eo MAY, ,22 1914 ',:THE-" 'KISSIMMEE '' VALLEt' GAZETTE t :PACE''r7., ,.

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\ TOI SIMMEE.VALLEY-GAZETTE, Don't faUto.: see oar $L50 hammock I ..", ... "

(telephone_ N a 11.) !* at 98e.. Dollar Limit Store.21-lt ': : CALL[ ISSUED

Published Every Friday By G. E. Sutherland cam up from \ ":" \ '; .)''' ''' '
"Ii" '
Lakeland Tuesday' and spent.,,a ,very ,<::\ ... ,
... "
w. a HARRIS.Ha
. -
,., ... =-. n ., .. enjoyable visit, in.our.d ). "K' iJA : ..L.'. .. ..

j y: k. _E.E. Luck of i Charleston; S C.,was : T'"Z"'s" ;. rORPJlIMARY' :

among',the moving throne on our : '

'% Weather Report ; ; streets the first of the week.. ""," ,, .: I,.

t E. Sundeld of Cincinnati was here I .
Tuesday calling the trade in his .. :"
Following' are the daily temperatures line and taking order,. -' --- 9.
'f r and precipitation as Judge S. D. Decker. St. Cloud's. leading ,

reported by. the Government / attorney, spent Monday in the city

i .station at Kissimmee for the transacting legal matter. Quality to Teach Inspectors -

week ending May 21, 1914. k,
D. B. Sharp of Jacksonville was tOithI
Max.Min.RainFriday numbered among the out of town visitors ,
here the week. Their Duties :
______:._ 90 67 .10 during
Saturday ------ 88 68 .20 J. I. Cummins, city treasurer of St. I wJh MW B
Sunday _____u 86 69 _.. i 'Cloud was in this city yesterday min- ---' NEW FORM OF VOTING WJLL I
gling with his friends here.E. .
Monday _______ 86 65 _.. I MAKE VOTING AND COUNT-

Tuesday ------ sf 68 ; .'. Collier, manager of the tur- Gentlemen- . ING SLOW AND TEDIOUS '

I Wednesday ____ 82 65 _.541 pentine still at Narcoossee, was trans- ,
acting business here Monday.
Thursday _____ 82 65 "
Narcoossee represented here > The call for the"primary will bar
........000000.090000 Monday by Wash was Tison, a prominentfruit This is where Style reigns supreme. Of course, found in this, issue. r

grower and cattleman. The form of is
new voting so com f

Ml I I I I I I I I Capt. and Mrs D. G. Francis leave you'll find good workmanship and fabrics in the will plicated not fully that 'many understand voters how no to doubt vote t

THE LOCAL flELD.; 'l'lII j they tomorrow will ,spend far White the next Springs months., where clothes we offer. But, STYLE is the factor that a first and their second ballot choice It and is not further destroy k

Frank Walker, county commissioner thought that there might arise a -difference ,
from District No. 5, was looking after demands FIRST consideration' of opinion( as to the after
Ut. . . . . . . business matters in this city yester- % manner of counting the ballots r t
they have been cast, so it has been
Trunks and bags. T. If. Lawson. day.J. deemed advisable for the executive
22-11 L. 'Overstreet clerk of our circuit committee to appoint some suitableone
court, spent Thursday afternoonat Ladies-- 'and Pave that one assemble as
T. H. Carroll of Jacksonville was a Orlando attending to professional many of the inspectors and clerks -of

guest here Wednesday. matters. the election together as possible at
certain points in the county and there
Waterproof riding and walking F. D. Walker, of Rome, Ga., was one explain to them all together the proper
coats for men (guaranteed). T. H. of the numerous guests in our city Whatever your Summer wants may be you'll way to handl. and count-the-first' ,
,. __ 22J.1J. ,
Law_ --- from beyond the border. line duringthe and second choice ballots. The pur-

G. Matthews of eRtersburg, Va., week. treat yourself well by coming here, where serviceis pose thoroughly is to have all trained the officers In the of count-election i ,
th( week.
was here during II. II. Witherir/gton of Apopka wasa

Shoes for all. Come and see. T. H. business visitor in this city Wednes- as much a standard of value as the good old ing then'system there'' will before be the no polls delay open and and no! ...-( i
day and returned via Orlando in the
Lawson. 22-lt trouble arising from the count. <-
afternoon. dollar itself. This plan seems to meet with universal I
T. L. Walker was up from Tampa W. A. McCool arrived in the city approval and the voters will go
' the fore part of the week. from Beaver Falls, Pa., last Friday, to the polls knowing that their vote
will be counted and recorded just as 9
' Read Taylor's Cash Coupon offer.21-3t to business spend matters.several days looking after it is cast. ii

This assures fair play and when the>

C. B. Mruphy of Lakeland was a Louis J. Barenstein of Baltimorewas majority is ascertained everyone, '
in Kissimmee Tuesday. a visitor in this city duringtheweek whether elected or defeated should
visitor and was among the registered feel satisfied\ with the result, knowing f
John Bull Raincoat for men and guests at the Graystone.J. that they got all that was due them.

boys (guaranteed.) T. H. Lawson. i
22-lt M. Montsdoca of Whittier and C. ELECTION OFFICERS. +
M. Montsdoca" of Narcoo see were;: S '- '
William Drawdy of Whittier was a guests in Kissimmee Wednesday and CornerWill The following elecotrs are hereby '

business visitor in town yesterday. registered at the Graystone hotel. appointed as inspectors and clerks of

Wilkins of New York the primary election to be held in Os'
Profit by Taylor's Cash Coupon of W. P. paid
ceola June :2,1914:
21-3t our city a visit last Wednesday and county on y
fer. .
Close on Thursday Afternoons Inspectors and Clerks.No. ;
was very much pleased with the out-
Mrs. R. C. Weidler spent Wednes- look for the future business here.T. 1-G. W. Ashton111. W. Bratf r
in Sanford business trip. tOrt, W. G. Lupfer
day on a Beginning June 4th. ""
II. D. Baker o"f Jacksonville, rep- clerk. :
out Taylor's Cash Coupon of- I resenting the Clyde Steamship Line, No. 2-;-. no. R. Bronson, F. H. Ty-. ,
fer.Cut 21-3t was here the first of the week doing r ner, W. L.' Moseley, Geo. C. Bronson S
some advertising for his company. clerk. '
A. D. Cheney: of Jacksonville was ---. ; ., ", No. Johnson Branson, Milt Bryan -
transacting business here Tuesday. Mrs. R.' S. Floyd and Mrs. H. M. , D. II. Lanier; J. Alex Bronson- I
Bratton left Saturday for a month's Mrs. J. H. Steffe of Shingle Creek Andre van der Meersch returned last 1| SUNDAY clerk.
: J. W. Crosby of Tampa was! in town stay at Green Springs, one of Flor- left the latter part of last week for a week from a business trip to New I: SCHOOL No. 4.-P. E. Morgan, Ed-George, e
Tuesday calling upon his customers. ida s famous resorts. two months' visit to relatives in Lex- York city.Attomeys. T. M. Fan. J. Stan Anderson clerks '

Cash of- ington and Owensboro, Ky. She is W. B. Crawford and Pat PICNIC TUESDAYTuesday No. &-W. B. Nettles.te :hauler' .
Look. for Taylor's Coupon 21.8tCharles R. B. Woodham, bookkeeper at theCitizens' one of the pioneer settlers of Osceola John stow went to DeLand'on professional 'eon. 11. J. Bannock J. R. Qonegan* fig
fer. bank, spent the week-end at county and thinks\ this the greatest business this week. clerk.

Rice of Tampa was calling Narcoossee with his friends., Mr. and' place on,earth. May 26, at Friar's Cove. No. 6-A. ;E. Bass S. H. Fertie' ,
Mrs. Desmond Little Circuit Clerk J. L. Overstreet ac Godwin J.' H. hardeden, clerk.
upon his customers here: Wednesday.W. Miss Georgia N. Beedie of St. Petersburg The Sunday schools of Kissimmee .Frank '
by Mrs. Overstreet and No. 7 W. W. Chandler. C.
E. Mitzell and wife of Narcoos- Gleen Ad- companied will picnic at Friar's Cove, Lake -
O on
H. Brokaw with Griffing! Broth- / representing Clyde children, spent the forenoon Thursdayat I Wright, Grover Chandler Vlj, E. Underhill <
: Tuesday, May 26th.
the tree .people." 40-tf see, passed through the city Tuesday vertising Agencywas in this city yes- St. Cloud.Mrs. clerk. .
ere. en route to Bethany, Ohio where they terday and paid The.aVlley Gazette a The boats will start from the docks No. ,8-R. I.. 'Evans, Grover"Tin. i
.' Geo. W. Tucker of Dade City was will spend the.summer. pleasant calL Miss Beedie is an ex- I. G. E; Mattocks and two sons, promptly at 9 o'clock. The members dale H. IL, Hull, F. W. Hill,clerk.'' ,: .>/
4 mingling with ou rcitizens: Wednesday. perienced newspaper woman and has after a week spent here the guests of> of each school 'should meet at its E. L; LESLEY. '"*' .
1..'" F. Benjamin, superintendent of the held several positions in that work. Mr. and Mrs. ;J. McPhatter, returned church ))18:80 o'clock to march In pro- .Chairman Board of CountyComml.slonen. ?, .
D. B. Herrington! and son Frank left electric light plant of St. Cloud was to their1 home at Mt. Dora this morning cession. At '8:30 the Presbyterianschool
In this, city mingling with : Mattocks anei'chl1dren of ,, .v.: :, '
north. Tuesday Mrs.'E.. will txf
the summer Chutch .
t.\\ Saturday to spend ; ,startup street to ' "
; L. Clerk. ; :
J., ,.
our people. t. Mount Dora nave been visiting Main. As these pass, the Methodistand .
I H. Butt of Atlanta was paying 'a simmee this week. Mrs. Mattocks is The Senior Epworth League will Baptist schools will fall in*line. -iiL--fl.Jui -1. II rjuu r i -t V *
friendly call in Kissimmee Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Darling will a former resident of this city and has give an entertainment Tuesday night I At Main they will turn down to Broad- FOUND. -pdd Fellows-pin on Broadway {
leave next week for Conneaut, Ohio, been the recipient of many social at-, at the home of G. F. Parker on Em- way and on down Broadway, the Chris- ; owner can have same by calling -*
to spend the summer, but expect to return tentions.D. mett street. A splendid.program, has I tian and Episcopal schools falling in at office and paying for thia,no ITAYLOR'S
G. C. Morgan of Valdosta Ga., wasa in the early fall. been arranged for the occasion and a line. The procession will then con- tice. 22 tI
business visitor in Kissimmee Tuesday. G. Wagner and family and Miss silver offering will be taken, which I, tinue' in line to the foot of Broadwayand
The friends of E. P. Dann will
many Lillian Prentis visited Sanford oil AGENTS WANTED-We wanta reliable
v will be for the league. Everybody is out to the dock. .
to know that lIe has decided
in Kissimmee"to
Monday to witness the closing exercises man or woman
A. B. Levy of Atlanta spent a short to move his family to Miami, where he of Miss Munson's- music class. invited to attend. I Persons not strong enough to make look after'renewals and new sub'

time in our city the first part of the will\ engage in business. Miss Maude Alice Wagner was among H. E. C. Fountain of this march may go direct to the dockor scriptions o Metropolitan- ;

week. Chief Tyson has been having some the graduates this term. S. C., who has been vi itin carternllle'l use conveyance. Llvest Maine in America." The
Each over twelve of work in time a)
ter, Mrs. S E. Gardner, person years spare 1
Thomas J. Brantz of Baltimore was repairs done.on the storm sewers this Mrs. Raymond Brown of Decatur, few hours each week. Liberal pay I ft
home today. Mr. Fountain is a Confederate age will be charged ten cents' fare. I
at the Graystone Tuesday week which will help to carry off the Mrs. Howell Bass and
registered is
Ala., visiting veteran, and came on here for whatever time is put in. No investment ref
>. surplus water when the rainy season Kissimmee. Mrs. Of course all are expected to take
night. friends
other in
required no previ-
or ;
I from the reunion held at Jacksonville
along baskets well filled
sets in.Mrs. lived in Kissimmee, with goodies. '.
Brown formerly days our experience necessary. Full Instructions -
Read some
Good fiction for the summer. ago.
will -remembered Miss Bessie There will be a committee of twelvemen
and as and supplies sent free.
week. Cole & W. T Wilson and daughter
any book for lOc a l2t Muss Nellie, of Apopka. were in this, Bell, daughter of Capt. A' T. Bell. Mrs. J. M. Willson, Jr., left last from the different schools to look Give two references. Desk 14, METROPOLITAN
Unley. I Tuesday for New York city, where out for the safety of the children as MAGAZINE, New- a
last and
city Monday, Mrs. Wilson was Kafzof
J. H. Walker and family of Bassen- having some dental work done by Dr. Messrs.Kissimmee James, accompanied Miller and D. Miss I she will\ spent the summer, as has been well as for the comfort of all. York. 22-2t-poT '
of here this her custom\ for some years, as a guest
couple days here
ger spent a Simpson : Mildred am} Miss Vivian Lee, were I ..
of the Hotel Imperial. She was accompanied -'
.jv.] who
the visitors mo-
pleasant ;
; among as far as Jacksonville by
While playing with his brother spendinglthe
A D. Stark of New York was a visUc tored to Orlando yesterday, her husband, who will see her safely
Rodney Dann son of Mr. and Mrs.E. There will\ be children
to the
with friends.ReporterStar.Rev. a sermon
lastMrfhday. day -
short time
for aboard of the Line
4in Kissimmee a One Clyde steamers -
P. Dann, had the mis fortune to at the Presbyterian church Sun-
" ] break his arm below the elbow one Father Fox of Orlando will after which he will return home day morning at 11-o'clock by the
and remain until after the
day this week.W. to Kissimmee Satruday, May 23. primary, tor.
M. Oohen of Buffalo, N. Y., was in come when he will then. join his1 wife in
of the week Rosary and confession at 7:30 p m.
Kissimmee the first on
T Wilson'agent for the A. C. L. Mass Sunday-at 8 a, m., and Sunday New York to spend the summer. f
Ry. at Apopka, was in Kissimmee last school at 11 a. evening We regret to note that our neigh- CARD OF THANKS.We .
Mrs. J. A. Simmons of Arcadia is Friday on a business trip and paid services it will be announce at mass. bor,' Editor W. P. Walton is to retire
the guest of her sister-in-law, Mrs. L. the VAlley Gazette a pleasant call from the editorial staff of the Orlando desire, through the columns of Great Coupon
H. Ingram. while in the city. Mrs. J. C. Griffin, Mrs. J. E. Lupferand Reporter-Star and leave his younger I The Valley Gazette, to express to everyone -
f Mrs. J. D. Jeffords were the host- who so willingly and cheerfully
E. C. Walton the
brother sole owner,
" Fred R. Stephenson 'of Bound Mrs. D. G.. Wagner and two daugh- .esttes at a reception given to the Pyth- while returns to the came to our assistance in the terrible -
he Bluegrass
Brook, N. J., is in the city for a few ters, Maud Alice and Ada, spent 'the ian Sisters and their friends at the state, from whence he came. Brother chock that fell upon us when oar
days' stay. week in Sanford, Maud and Alice Chapter House on Wednesday even- Walton is a forceful, earnest writer dear husband and brother was so suddenly -
graduating from the school of music cut down in death. Words fail
Mrs Bunyan Stephens of Ocala has there last Tuesday night.C. ing. and his influence has already been felt to -CONTESTd
express: our appreciation, but
in the It that
been the of Mrs. N. C. Bryan for community. seems Bro.
guest J. C. Malcolm of St. Louis was en- E. C. Walton is getting almost his full assure each and every One that their
several days.J. F. Johnson, editor of the Osceola
joying oru delightful mid-summer cli- share of many acts of kindness will be cherished
on how, as
W. Cook of Fort Worth, Texas, Jorunal, for, and Paducah his family left where last his- mate here this week and finds it superior he owns besides the Reporter-Star of in memory by each of us. WILJ. GIVE absolutely freea
visitors In town this : Ky., to that of his home state, butas block of stock in Sincerely WE
was among the family will spend the summer. He is Orlando, a large the valuable Caserole nine-piece
week from distant points.. expected to return about the 26th. he is from Missouri he wanted to Interior Journal Stanford, Ky., the MRS. ANDREW SIMMONS bean set to the party turning "
\JX.yor be shown, so he dropped around to see Climax of Richmond, Ky., and the MRS. G. G. BARBER, in the,largest number of coupons by ;
; Sperry of Orlando has just for himself. Journal of Somerset .
F been re-elected as president of the W. A. McCool was exhibiting some Ky. MRS. J. I. POWERS. Saturday, May 80 10 p. m. ,

, Orange county citrus sub-exchange. fine peaches on the streets Monday. The G. A. memorial services will ,
A good selection, as he will faithfully They were grown at his place at Kis be held at the Christian church Sun- I
I discharge the duties of the office. simmee Park and were the fret! ripe .day morning at 11 o'clock and Rev. A. I C CASH COUPON '
: peaches we )Cava seen this season. M. Chisholm will deliver the sermon. 10 1 10'
There will be preaching services at Important Meeting
Misses Lola and Lottie Lawler, I the evening hour. The public is cor-
i SCHOOLBOY teachers in the Mulberry high school, .dially invited to"attend these services. (Cut This Out) VG + q
arrived in Kissimmee last week to I
: WANTED.EOR spend the summer vacation with their lIon. Joe Sears of Kissimmee was in Saturday Night Good for lOc in merchandise at oT

k., I parents Rev. and Mrs. S. W. Lawler. the city Saturday much to the delight store on any "CASH" purchase i
of his friends. Joe is _______ i amounting. to one dollar if presented -
;, ? steady tumrmr, part Good rains have visited all parts of running many for coma and that he will by 10 o'clock p. m. Saturday" May 9O, *5
.1. easy work. Musts 'this county during the week just part get second conceded. Joe The 1914. ,. "
and gardens and citrus trees are claim the election already and he cer riparian owners of property on the lake front will meetat,
be'bright, neatly dressed, and (Only one'coupon allowed on each-
: greatly benefited by the refreshing the best wishes of all the the Hall Sitruday ,
s City next 7:30
D pt. May 30. at o'clock for the dollar purchase.)
''i. under fourteen years,01 age.'Cite I showers that' have been. so much en- ple&of Seminole county.-Sanford yS

::1, reference and mention I joyed. purpose of discussing way and means'of bulkheading and filling in.
\, ?
i, 'clay" and hour when parent. W.i. Sears who with other candidates B..'L Witlock" and' Wif., of Wichita the ,lake,front property owned_ by them. !

for congress is'making aa itinerary J Kan,,were the gueeta a this TAYUR
with for interrrw
will ) )
r\ Good pay. Splendy, meeting the voters, came home 1 Mr. and Mrs., 'A. & Nelson' fir. '
,'f'-'I -. .JAritato. Eon 288.i to spend Sunday with his fsmi y...Joe and JlraAwhiUoekr been to Atlanta fea* ,le.method of aa .tL.ProPoaitio; .brt&; individuals. :"" I." .. !'-.1 ->..o
states"that ,he la meeting with ,en 1 national of ,, ', PIIpf 25P.(
attending the. meeting, 1 can be worked Ont.t 424 ..Jway,,: : ', if' IJ
: uue.OJfic.:..' .. couragement'wherever: be toe.,,aDd 1 the.,Mystic Shrine and came ."';,' \\j. < ,,
"., we. ''t: that his prospect for the'nomination 'far. brief t'to t. Cloud and XI. ... -.TBB LEADING:GROGEE8ta, .
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... FRIDAY. MAT 22 Ifl4P

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: \ I Praceedliigs i of tk W. 0. Oarrett. half B. Dickerson cement ....::..... .(f -
/ acre o< land Mach Bro.
shop work .
Physician-and for and pit ........ 1.4' : -
.... --..._.-.-.. *.... i. B. Lupfer. drayare. t .' Lit :
Osceola Hdw. Co.. "

4 tPb u 8ur..I.' J, .. '- house*_.,CtJ.. 1.1' Oaoeola Eo L. Hdw.p Cos_,_:merohandUeJ. _.._*_-'"'". .:.e." hereby M ...." tat to the par.' ..foilowlina'described the-amount-due for lands.. O.o -fd.dh nag.1

CQODty.Comm\ssioqers\ Oso.ola.HdwCo.ppl(.* to .- J.-DannV-Vhop w.r"kI: ___-..j., ' I .taxes vlsdUndsrthepvion. of Chapter. Session .. of 1MI. hers-
Office 107 Kissiramee: poor farm .%. __..J__....... I.TI .41 L. '
OseeolaHdw.. --- NV. aV C. Oro. Co., wood EL L. P. 115.11 In set opposite to :the's me. together .... st of ..01 sale.and adver.atpubllo .,-
Co-aupplUs toconvicts Btato Bank of It *.IrD..oo4 tlslnc. will bs aold A. I>. 1(14 In
I ZSL 248'ft FUrUaJ .. .. .. ..... auction on the Brat day of j
Klaolmmee. Florida. .,tar t. 1fl4. Dr. G..Na.h.- d.trtog ?ootiAty-- .'. V.iii.ElllsrVuppfieVVad'fabor L. P. ; ',1..1. front of.t.court< htas 4or-at: Xll_.... County. of Ola and BtateV <.f County Commlsaloneriof mules. ....--.....i..._.,?.?.. 1.00 E.15P----------------...:.-O. 4.41 i C'. :IOtld ',. . .. 4 '" '.;\
'ft 0g W. SIMPSON Ovooola Countymvt tn rj'fJul.r, ....- W. P. Tlson. Ash te Co. ooaTlcta. '.*.!< .a-lor.,. ., -
\ lon tile above date, there h...In"pre.ent KKVersa-lueas A Reldet ooverlnsr are department 7.70 I ------7-H "
OgN'TI:1.' on Chairman B. U Lfajey,. It. V. table at court hoqae.......... f.ll Oceola Hdw. Co.,--supplies- ---- --for-- i t .0 ,

r : . La.nler..A. V. B.... O. R. Baaa, W. F. Robert Tlner tuard a........... 11.1 nr department ......__..__. .10 . -
C. H. Bell sruard__.._.... __ .r
Walker commlaalonrra; W. J. ""'.r., -- l..7i Sec. roll fire Up.lftir In Kali Bu1dio. orflorOf" for the board and .J. 1. Over. Mouth Fla. Lumber.Co.. lumber.. 11.11 Collr. -T..lnM. FEvers. chairman of aanltary .. : I Owner.AH ::3 8, clerk and auditor. L. H. Ingram haullns sawduston committee, stated that he had .
P t" a. m. m.f county roads ._.. .. __ 4 ()rnom B dcB*: 1:30 & The mlnut. of the laat nerXilarnietrtlnfic ample of city water to state chemist, i .
1..6:301.' m. n. W. Ashtonroad pay roll____I Itflf which was analysed and I Q

I Telephone, No. '78' Irr of the. board- wn read and .aproyed. C. W. Orlfrin.-iuppll" to. county .. favorable. report, aa to purity.hadreceived _..- -.J.... ..__..._ ___ __ ft"-4 I"* Southern Colon '.
convicts "
4 \ ...----...__-- I.TI. 'Council 'a IsatlonSouthern Co-_...111.11
Hyvvral. ron\ntunlcatlon were rend W. B. Maklnaon Co., supplies to received petition'asklns; All ... .
._ ___
--------- ___ 10 41 Colon
./,, DR. W. W. CARSON and wiine ordered tiled with. the l>rccedlnira ->- : /1 gang -.-.--..----.-----. 1.7I that action of railroad be taken iiregard. to re.tnoval --- ----- I latlon Co..._. '
of the hoard. J. Dann. repair on county pen from city All ___________.___ ___ ____________ It 34 SouthernIsatloa. Colon- .7
limits _
A lttter from Hon. 1) M. Roblnaon. wagon ..__.____--..-_______?_ 11.50 as trees and shrubbery were be.. ,,1 u 1 Co.__.
.. DENTIS1Office clerk. of Ihc circuit courtof Oranice T. U Curry. witness Pro. Atty.__ 1.00 :InK very much damaged by cattle beInor i All ___ ________ Southern
lUntrIgarcIiniL tho establishment of Clarence Murphy witness I'm-os. driven through the street On mo. m ________ ____--_ 14 1 34 "40. Colon

Cote's Jewelry Store the dlvldliiK llni between. Orange and, Atty. __n_____..:._..______ ____ 1.00 tlon same was referred to city attorney I All _. IsatlonSouthern Co Colon.Co- 11.47
S4 640
over .-..01. and the for advice a. to -- --?. --* ----------- --- 1
< Is> .oia| connll.-K was F. .rowers.witness ..2.60 proper procedure In I -- --- 1 :
. . anr.rtAlii from the R :' f.'ltity.::; : the matter.A Isatlon .... $3.87
O. .
Office Hours: 8-12.1'5 -l.-t-k.. to Hancocld wltneas 50Husla All east of river________ 19 34 680 SouthernI Colon-
clfrk what Uw coat committee representing. the basebail I ----------u.
Office ] fiB MMld < "rHIU f iunt) Duhart. witness Pro. Atty. 1.00Nathan .i. 3
phone I ration Co.__ l*.'4
Residence 2.1 l>f HHI1H* will )>. Porter witness Proa. Atty. 1.00 league presented a petition asking AU ,_______ ______ ____ ___:_ 21 37 34 64(1 Southern Colonization
that council ----- _
Atlorm-y \\ .1. K<.a.ra Ka' e his opinion Minnie James witness. Pro, Atty. 250Busle appropriate MOO for purpose -I -- Co... :
to tlrosde through Inirram'iiiHlHiHl. Murphy. witness Pro. 1.00 of purchasing paraphernalia for .11
Can administered extraction of LeethDR. HK Atty. All .
-- -* 34 SouthernIxatlon Colon-
nororl baseball team. -- tw&- -- ------ ;-HU 440
'. Ntntlnu that an there was Walter Hearn hauling sawdustfor On motion It was HOordered I 1
....I"! fHil ,hi'lnii a public road that the city attorney look Into I Co... ILl
tit r<
count--------------------. I All ____________ ____ _- 13 37 441 Southern Colon
II. S. GEIGER the only thing for ih.* hoHrd to do was J \ Miller waiton-and. harness 160.00 the legality of such an appropriation u _: _ a lui
It iuh. and let the parties J I... and report to council at IsatlonSouthern Co-
iMirsiciAH AND SCBGBOM to treat HH Harirrove aupplles to county All __ ________ ___ 24 37 34 4142 Colon-
I Ilit.Ti-Mc-cl ad Jim I I the nmttcrlinn I convicts -- ______- ____ __ 37.1 I rut In July. r..leul.r..t'l -- ---"? ..'..
) Citizens Bank Building Arttvur I': l">n"'KHn came h..foreI Ketch & Hall rent of 4.26 Mr. J. M. Wlllson. Jr.. appeared' before IcatlonSouthern Co 11.77
wagop. : .
I Kisslmmee Florid I lb.. ,lioiirdand stated th..t the Ham Barber It. H. IjUdlam. drawing blueprints the council; calltnir attention to .1 -______ _--___ .__ _______--_ 25 37 84 4141. Colon-.
had condition. unequal assessment In his laatlon Co. n."
luutwe. In H very for comity 2.00 properties.-I
u.u All ______- ___ __ 2(1( 37 34 641 Southern Colonization
Office 297 or 64 and "..k'eI thi-ni tn make Conic r '|>alrHon Onceola Journal. blank for county After considering same Mr.'III.on waaaskcd .uun u- :
Phones: ... helnv. passed to _____ _____ to appear before the Co $1.02
..a" I lie mutter officers ___ .,-_ 27.71Osceola equalizIng All _
hoar h __ ___ ___ _______ 27 34 640 Southern ColonCo.
Residence. 266. U-lyr next mefltlnic nf the hoard Teleph. Co.. one month'srent at proper time (of which noticewould I --- ----- ---- -- 3 ... :

Hon. H. Jla; > Ktanlorn: "I'"r'd| i !iorore of telephone. _______._. __ 300 be Klvcn). when the matter could All east of *00 IsatlonSouthern : 11.17
river---------------------- 29 87 34 Colon-
the boat A aH a re'iireHtrittatlve. of I,. H. In"ram. county court cost 57.70 be I properly. adjusted. .

D. the nard of Trade of Klaalmmet'. and 1... H. Innram feel bill of prisoners Applications. were received from Mr. AH east of river ________ __ -______ 33 37 34 621) SouthernIxatlOn Ixatlon Co Colon-- aO.1
M. RIrM. J. 10:. Johnston 1
and R. H. LudlAm -- --
T asked them to nuke a lunation to anHlMl ._ .____ _______ ____ _ ____ 41.20 6 "
In Hi'OurlnK H competent, man tofume Sunltaa Disinfectant Co., disinfectant of city engineer for theI'lisulnfr ... 35 37 34 640 Southern Colonr
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON to Oiice-ola county and demontict. __:__----__ __ ____ __--_ 4500 a vote waa .1 -mm-. --------------------- Isatlon Co_ 64.9.

HI .. bet can be produced on theNull JohnImvla.. Increase In salaryKujit. taken which resulted In a tie. The pres All east of __ ____ .
Office' over Osceola PharmacyPHONKS : lii nald county, mtmc nelnit laid poor farm 1000* ident called for a second ballot whichicHiiltcd river -- _.-- __ ______ 2 3i 33 160 'SouthernIxatlon Colon-
.u Uu. u
of the board forfuithtr I as follows: H. H. l.udlam. L i Co--f II.o
tiexl meeting It I' \VarliiK, hauling ;
53 o\ei S to aawdustfor All Kractlo.! ..i _
ReNidenee rsuMirreyed
t J K Johnston. 2 .
.. eoimlderntlon.l'h count> 118.001I.rt votes. Mr. I udla"'. !
: - -- -- - -
{ Once! ii7LWINN < hoHirt took recess until 2 p in R. "Oarri-tt.: 'potatoes j' for: receiving a majority was declared by East of river ______ 37 33 400 Southern Colonisation ,
Tin lniHi'tl met HRntn III i t 2 I' in. all road gang. .. _un _. _ ..u-- 11.25 t tie for! the president elected. as city engineer I -' uuu ] Co_ .: iO.St

oPrieern'beliiK pr.a.entMeMfirn. .1 F O'Berry.. clay pit of. county ensuing year.iplications I All fractional __ 18 37 33 296> Southern Colon- .
J. :I'C Strattnn. .1 M l i.- and road _ n.u _ ___ u 7S /00V ( were received for ap- I hnu--- isation Co____ 15.10Southern

\ It{ < llftrhel I appi-Hred. before thehimMl II I \ Anhton Bassengerpay roud IowaJ j."Iiiiifleflt. of city tax assessor as fol- All east of river _ _ _____ 37 33 820 Colonization
\ - - -- -
and ieitu.Kt, .'d that they open, a roll ... u _u __ __ TIKRrtAVII1 Lancaster n. C l.lvlnvstoif. 1 Co____
u u .
u n
--- PHYSICIAN roHil. h..' .. i0 !I': l I' Il.gan. .. J S Strat- 1. Bat iii-,. part payment of : KmorRush.. : . R. "'. Cohb. W (J. HanKIIIK. All cad l of rl\er. _.___ __ 24 37 .13: Southern Colonization 1.1
t ..ti M. Katz anti .1 M. I. nr..\-B and commissioners. ___. _n_ 20000) ) On in >t lIon said applications wereordered u.u lO Co___: 8.41
Of fice.2nd Floor Wlllson Building.; -la\ H .plet> abUt too* varilff. long leadInu (' II Simpson, salary vauril .16.oo The tiled (for further consideration .
ilov. t In the I." planUpon motion. Joe Kutler. surveying clay pit for i-n tvoy called council' attention1o t C. L. BANDY.

RSMDBMCC PHONC, Kieeiuig.Orpic FloeleA dul I I'> -conded.: the road KUperln- counts -. _- -.--- ____ _ 7.60S. the unsa/ltary condition of certain ; Tax of (laceola County.
ProNe\ t < tid nt M an I"..t ruc.It.d to do the work. I.. Overstrcet. maintenance old. build+,r* a In 'W..t Klsslmmee. andsuaResled j..I..i.r

The board nitreed to ralne the wafceaof .paid Mrs N Cole- __ H- 11 '10 that council, takaction In
John l iniN. "ul'rlnl"nd of the J I. Overst reM., release fee paid regard to condemning On mo-
f. A. vaNe AONSW IT P caAwroet.tJANS li'ntt farm to $tO until further notice.Mr to atate. for countv convicts. _ 16.00Pitld tion en me was referred to building committee.

AGNEW' Willie I I William I I I "I'P.'I l hi.fortS Hi arranti.wire. ordJ-red cah- .
& CRAWFORDATlCRNETrS HlKried h v theHtlxenn Mr. J M Wlllson. Jr.. called atten
the lard with a petition i--lb-d\ from thearlous funds an fol-
of 1I..n.. for a hi IdKlHrronM ,weIttm tin,) to unsanitary conditions In Weal

!':. AT-LAW KlaHlrntnee rlvei. he airivelnK to : intl.funi _ _ _ __ _ I 2.f\5f\58\ \ Klsslmmee caused by a ditch being
Kl\e SIVOO to be applied fin i-met( or "ani.mmiii Itond fund U U __ ll.sisni dammed up. said ditch funning throughproperty Fruit
alrio l Ktnleil loot other. rltliciiH In I Fin.and fortti-ltur-------- 24943 of Air. K. It. Aultman. On motion Early
OfflioK 8-1 fl-f Cltlmit I Ifniik llull'llnj the vicinity would help to pav the cost The treasurer. .port show. the sailxite' referred to sanitary

Kissimmee FloridaD. \ nf bulldliiK ....101| | hrldife following ha Ia on hand on May I Ct.I oo'mmltteeThe I
I I'piin motlitn dul\ N-ennui-4 theboard I 1914 prenldi-nt" called IT T M Hlvi-rn I
one-half of thei _ _ to the chair and called council's attention -
agreed lo i I'a> n..ral revenue t 5.44ft 84
G IGEH.ATTORNEY.. oHt., or the In IdKe. on condition tha.tIteSoto 1 Fine and forf.ltur.S 4.BIO 41i4choil to proinlflcuoua I burial I of negroes
H. coiiitwould ,pav the other. fund . u 1.57H.72R".d III colored cemetery. and sugg-eMtcd" that Good

half..Hll' I the .petition I ordered died. fund _ _ - __ n 146.7M ft r".uth.. made, placing lots incnlile Returns
-AT-LAW. Tbtioi.ri, limtrueted (I. W Anhton.road !14 H I' No r 1.411764 condition and otherwise .estab .
of theHleel lishing a better svstem' In handlingaamu. .
< atlperlntTiden4 to take one H. a. I>. No 2 13331K .
... eaicelt and twelve or the BtHte ('onI. H Ii. No 3.:. u : :- '_. 737 23S On motion the Waiter was. rtfrred
4 Office State Bippk, Building \lctH. with KufTlclent teama. don to I S C I>. No 4. u' . 1.411119* to cemtery commltteer"The

Kissimmee. r'loridsr AV'hlttler and marl the road from Ja.. K. 1I... No. R-- u u u 5323 on motion president It ,,..um11 the chair and Apply aa IDEAL brand EARLY *nd supply lie demand for early fruit
limits oftmilHVll1 _ wa ao ordered that thetax
f i'llerry'a place to the city K H l> No 6 - h 1.20
c'olfector allow Mrs. W If. Farmer ?

K i- 1.- Tlndall deputY _ _ _ widow. exemption on taxes for 1913 '
: F. PARKER. hind of YotmK aa Total J15.817
- uu
G .' ..tierIfiif Oaf-colu.. county Wits, examined The'collectors license report to The births passage and deaths of an ordinance as suggested relating by I I IDEAL FERTILIZERS produce fruit with thin peel, little rag, deligktfal

Attorney-at-Law. and approvedIVnitlnn. ofV.. T. tnKford was. showed the following. Oenera] license State Hoard ,of Health was read and aver, aad skipping .
claim &o
collected (81 : atuo license collected. 5. on motion referred to ordinance commlttre. -
.x..mlll..d and approved.ll The tax collector's poll tax report .
Collections and Conveyancing <-po examined and approved.Hill our Fertiliiiaf.
nurlllnr : Slm.e
&' Specialties. of ir. J I) Chunn for services. -There being no further business. before lights on Emmett street west was .
112% Broadway. eoo-vlota. was. taken up and payment the board, motion for adjournment I brought to council's attention In behalf
county was .made and-duly seconded whereupon of property owners bv Or Rivers.a.nd .
i>f name deferred to next on motion It gives descriptions af fonaulai to used and for
the hoard adjourned to meet at was referred to light and b suggestion
of the board.Illdfl Ihplr next regular meeting the fIrst water committee.The .
KRIBBS were opened on
tractor engine
for .
: '. GF. followsKISKlrnmee Bupply company day of June. 19H. matter of purchasing new machinery .pplyr.
as iJeader Engine E. L. L.ESLHV.Attest. for electric lii was presented I.

ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEE FLA. ,..the White compan. K. CaVdwell.V.. A. Chairman.J. to council. ::1 1.n"I.motion dulyseeonded.
,! .omp.nyV. L OVERSTREET. waa referred to electric light
of an engine -
Examination of Titles Specialy. NealHon.. The. ,urrhaae untn net: regulat1mcetlnir Clerk. committee with power to act. Wilson
: a was deferred There" being, no further business ihecoun..11 Fertilizer
Notification and payment ot taxes ofnonresWents of the board In Inspectors for adjourned to meet In jegularadjourned &Toome
The hoard appointed .
saaalon Tuellda '. May
( given careful June primary at the various election Proceedings of A, I). 1914. at 7:80: p. m. ) 19th. Jacksonville Florida \
,- attention. precincts .. follOW5Precinct : ,
I N... 1-.a. \%'. A ah ton. H. N. -

,- lira I ton. W. <1. llanklns. J. .K. Lupfer. Council met Tuesday In regular May l&th adjournedsession. 1614. 1. Local. Agents: Waters & Carson Grocery

1.? -' Pat Joinston G. P. Garret clerk. John R. ron..on. F. the there being pre..nt.l. W. C.

A: GARRETT n Precinct_. .No.... *1-u.. ...l._.v, n...nrir. .. O City Council Thompson. president T. M. River.,
JOHNSTON M.jiner, 'V.Bronson. ** iw-c. - ? Roma Thomas. O. F. Krlbhs. Lew IS

& ,. at Law clerfc.: .,Jrftm Bronson. Milt tYRryafl8ity attorney and J. R. Gill ,
J'reclnct No. S -
bert. clerk.Bills .-
.Offices 10, 11 ft: 12 Bryan, D. H. LanIer. J. Alex, Bronson. were approved and ordered .
Klsslmmee.' Fla.. 9H. paidCH.en'
May 6th. l
:citIz.ns4; Bank: Bid?.,. C>Preclnct* No. 4P. E. Morgan. Edftaorae The council met In revular session as follows: LVESTOC INCREASES NOT1CR TO CREDITORS.'
Bank of -

C. Klsslmm*,' Florida. ." Cl T N. Farr J. Starr Anderson there. betnfr; O. present H.' PrMher J. 'pY.T. Thompsonpresident M. Rivers,. :lieu of*' warrant Klsslmmee Not 1678__In_fl.4tS.50 e NATIONAL FORESTS !. Crart ..f ..C*...TJ.. State..*

"Preclnct: No. I-W.'R. Nettlea... Pete Roma Thomas. O. F. }Krlbbs LewisO'Bryan Cltliens' Bank of Klsslmmee, Figures showing the number of livestock mrm. .

'-.", LOW O. MA- ... nerroH WAlLOW Rauleraon-H. 1. Hancock. J. R. Oonet city,J'' attorney. and" J. R. Oil. V.Interest It. Ellis on advanced warrant,for CO day U. *1... 18.85 for which the secretary of agriculture In r. Batate. Oioeola of Martha Count Nellie. COI.'' De.ceased. --

J Late Gounaal foe ,, ,". JudM of UM : bert, clerk. ? pole.. ............ ___. .. 0.00Cv To all CredItors
rtorfcU R. R. ... Criminal Court: gal l"re: .c clrict' No. '-A. B. B.. H. H.' F..r >The tnlntuea of. the' last v meetings. F i Tlaoti.. of.? ? ? .?.. has authorized ,. grazing per. and all LeKateea, Distributees
< care pauper.* (20.00 Persons Claims
Baladen. clerk. or De.mands -
J..H. read of. mite for the
tic. Frank < GodwIn were and'approved. Reports ratiges on na bavln.
State Bank of Klsslmmee 16. ,
: WARWW'ATTORNEYS Precinct No. T W. W. Cnandler. A. officers were examined, and approved \ payroll forests t .aln.r Eett.: : ;
MASSEY Chandler W. K. Un. bllla approed and ordered Street hands _____.__?- Tl.OOOn tonl during yea' You and of hereby no.
Orover were paid
f1. ejvrlftht. aa follows.H. motldn.: It was ao ordered1 that-."\fr.Roina. just been made public. Nearly required to present. any
( derhlll.' clerk. .
; AND COUNSELLOS Grover Thoirav and city attorney Torrespom.'l claims and dvirfanda which you. or eith
Precinct No. 8-R. I Evana. R Mav. salary as mayor $ eleven million animals can be

"-I> AT LAW Tindall. H H. Hull. V. W. Hill examined.epprovid clerk.. C*. K ..Tlaon. Balarv as marshal 75 00 .' unr:l to'" ,lilt. ,o Vrgd.t authorltes. pens fromwithin In including nearly] two million Iz. er of of Martha you. may Nellie have Cole against the estate late
nnm M Combs salary 50.00 deee.ed.
Praetiea In all the Courts of u.. State and ot4a The following .bills were drawn : an police the (.1" limits cattle and nearly nine million of Oaceola county. nn.
and warrants ordered J Z. Koberson. salary as treasurer brses. Florida
_& Ualted Sta_ alec. befar tIN Florida *&U. 1':. 1. 1.1-nley commIssIoner one0ev '. h _ __ ___ _ __ 2500J Mi1C.for I K. Magee presented application -. head of and about drralvned executor ., within
feed and th. latersute CemaMrmf .
Coaunlaaton. r..Mi'ilmt| | n of chief of .1cmdclrini.'tt g1 two years from the date hereof.
It clerk ._
Ollbert. 7600
_ 400It. salary as
;, 4 Gumiae. . 'un.u -- J. It Gilbert fyiensuing term. On inu sixty-five thousand This means Dated May 11. A. D. 1914.

.-.. CHAB.LJCSTOM: BLDG. ORLANDO. FLA. V I-Huli-r. commlnsloner_ oneda 5.00 collector _salary__ ___ UHu'as deputy.- 25.00 tlon action on came was. deferred until an increase for ,the current year of 81- J. 'WADB TUCKER
and mileage next leprulnt meeting.Tno M i..r > nun. ,
day Lew lit O'Rrynn. salary aa city thirty-eight thousand more cat .
'? A. K Hasconmmlmilorier- one. _ _ __ . .__ I".lIor of appointing city lax abut
and mlli-aite ._ __. -- -n--- 11.00 attorney h. -.u 85 OO ..isresBor was taken and the following" :- horses, and 347 thousand more
\\. JOHNSON rtimmlaslonvr day J W. Thompson salary aw mem- I aoulitants olaced .. te a OTICE.,7'totlce .
y <> It Maim one In nomination.I. and goats, although the
hef of council __ _ __ 3.00 sheep
and mlli-aire u _-_- n-- H n W. <;. Hani II'.. J. A. Lancaster. J. :'. las
commlaaloner onedav O IT Prather aalary an member area of the national forests at .
\ Jo''nlk..r.. KllHli. n.; C. Livingston. R. W Coblk. and l
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT L w and mIleage _- __ - __ __ -- 10 00W of council _u _ n 3.00 PauL MarkK Ballot being taken theresult ginning of 1914 is almost a million I ular June teachers hereby g-lvqn examination that the. res'

H Will Practice in all Courts J Seam ..alar '. attorney forboard T !M.council salar\_ an _ 300 was HS follows: taut Marks I. acres less than at the beginning of held at the court house at will pe
__ 20.84* UHU R. W. Florida KI..lml.,
'UU Cobb. 2. Mr. Cobb receiving Iheh.oth..i bearlnnlnir
State and Federal .1. J-:. B...... Janitor Uh- - - ___- _. 50.00 Roma of Thomaii.council: .salary. as_ _member vote was declared elected l>v 1913.During 1914. at > o'clock a. m. e"lfl, 2.
300 the
:i: Office adjoining Broadway Ii l>. ilelKvr. aalary and threejjjimvtctlUfls - fl'i- president and salary fixed at $300und ( 1913 according to reports will provide themselves with applicants feral
_- 4833T O. F Krlbbs. salary as memberof cap
-- -- bond $loti.The (J. just compiled more than twen- paper pens and Ink
; Citizens Bank; Kinsimmee. .uuu. council __ _ _ 3.00 and the 11.00 4x-
u u -
Murphy .alar) county bond of V. R. Kllla as water arid amlnatlon fee
M. The
_ 25.0 CF.. Tlnon. fading: prisoner ._ 88 50Pmeternity light collector was presented and ty-seven thousand stockmen paid the begin examination will
appi at
... T.Jud"u M. Murphy salary judge of hall rent for April. lifio ftvcd. government for grazing permits on prompt) 9 W.a.J.m. *

court __ . 12.;;') J. R OMbert. stamps -- l.KO A proposed agreement with plat at. the national SBARa
---- juvenile ----- 20-f .
?? Valley Gazette printing: ::: 13.25Oaceola : fot Superlnt"DdenLNOTU'
clerk'and ached relative
_. Oversln-ft. salary to straightenIng out
J l
__ __ tK.OOKlHalmnifts Jorunal. printlne;..____J 10 OO For years past the carrying
: auditor __ ._ __ _ _ -- hu'nnet street was presented by the "
-nv H. JENKINS Tel. Cu one monthatint W. & C Urn Co.. merchandise .,. and on motion was re. capacity of the n.tonl forest ranges OK APPMCATIOIV FOR '

uun' of. jail_ _____._ --_ It.SO 3.SO n. ::r.d; ;': 'c;,-..-merehandl- ---;-, --- -_ 3 7.00(ft 11'ftd. .torn..... committee for signature.Mr. to present. to has been slowly' which, forest .Notlve IC ".CIARTER gIven _- .jm .
,U H. Inirram care u property owners that the
SURVEYOR officers indicates undersigned -
John Davis salary Supt. poor farm KO.OA O F. Job neon. 8ec B. of T.. texplsate Thomas who was requested to say, an improvementin will apply to the

...., 0. W. ..Vihton salary 8upt. roads 75.00 d.- to Press association 35.15 Investigate. the loose leaf. system relative general grazing conditions and a the crcui .court Seventh of.

p Fraternity Hall Kisslramee, 1'1&DR. l. H. Farmer. Sal Capt. Kuarda.. 60.00 tlo.oo"pr Padett__ u.h.. -salary_ __ ___as_.__scav-_ __ 110.00A. had to looked assessment Into the roll matter reported somewhat that he better utilization of the forage r ceola cult county of Flor"la In'.and Os
K. U Ilrltt. salary guard------- )
They claim, that this is Dd
sources. day
of JUj.
Frank Rvana, maintenance '*1- J. Key. salarv as scavenicer.Cltlaens' (10.OO and Was under the Impression that the JUine 114, for the

lowed __ u __ -__ ___ s.OO Rank of Klsslmmee. inlieu city was net In pc.lton to handle sameat mainly to the enforcement of better of an association to be known' .
* Mr. J.of-'-Mtewartmaintenanceallowed u.n of* warnrnt. No. 1574.. .. 2.092.311Citixene prcsrnLThere methods of distributing and handling Frances. WII.rd Unionof

__.,__ _.:________ __ ___ B.OO Rank of Klsiuimmeeinterest being no further hu.lne. ihecounci stock. Florida .
on warrant No. 1703 13 95 The'object of such
Hulllvan" maintenance allowed - adjourned to regular '
.L Ji. 3. HICKS _ ___ ____ _u.uu ___ 5.00 Cltlsens') Rank. of Klaalmmve. inlieu Tuesday June. 2d. 114 at 7:80: On the lands recently acquired by for profit will be. to corporaton. advance tiot--
of __ __ 7.7I the
warrant No 1.811. 1.4
cause of
maintenanceallowed m. W. THOMPSON. temperance
H. M. McClelland. p. the federal government within the Appalachian la this
Physician' __ ___ .; ______.__.__-_ 18.00 Cltlsens' Bank of Klaslmmen.Interest Jl.: 1C.: HLBtRT..I. President. of community and throug-heut the stars
and llsrht plant of warrant No. 1704. 1.07 TegIon of the east, rJlat Florida to Inclcte the
jL and Surgeon Ktaatmmefwater K. S. Johrteor.salary as of total princple.
, eke month 11.77 superrntendent ed gracing hasP been .n,
.IlKhta -
-? -------
and drayage of water plant .. 90.0 log liquors and to
- Office Phones Clay Johnson frrtftht _______ 7.59 Will Tales, salary aa fIremanwater or HOW TO BE 100 OLD. year on six distinct .re. The local tion. The proposed charter

State Bank BId. Offioa 41-Res. 40 H. Johniton.on orange fish to trees road a aDS;_n__ 104Gee. plant __' du_______ 6S.OO -YEAR stock owners who hd previously used file with the clerk of said court.isnew"on.
Rods May Churchell. Lbr. Co.. Jum- the land under . from the MRS. MARY
; n. Barnard. K. E-M15f5.. 1S1.K1- her for cite -->--,.______ ___ 41.116Klsilmmee Celebrating her 102 birthday downin forer MRS. MARION E. AUTMA. -
and Abt. supplies -, ---- owners have readily accepted ,,

4t ._. . II 00. . . . Ie. 00. . T.Hay M. ____coeC_____.In___Warren.-.v... I..' reservoir W.IfOI'.._.."_'oltk.__:_._...._workon _ ,k. 80.00 Philadelphia Bender a few hair da).g. Aunt change of ownership and appear th MRa MRS. IDA ANNIE L. PPANN.M'PHATTER., 1 1'
.J. .. L H. Inicram: cost" In Warren R. L. Ptarllns, work and material M.r wholl be favorably impressed with the methods I Kl nlmmee.MRS. ESTELLE MORROW. I

: Hay case ___ _____-.-__u.-_ 3.05 water plant merctiamdiJfor 11. 5Osceola gray', and with strength by the forest servicefor Q. jr. KRIBB8.Fla... MAy1st,1ii.. ::,
h.1fb.r..l Hdw Co.. hel share of the work told how -..i
Mills .tnrn.
Dann & Dann Fulton tieR A Cotton ) to A. .s
crater plant ._.___ ___ ''.10 purposes.IF
t floor oil _d___.____.*- 1T.S4 J. R. GIlbert, pay roll for u sewer- : keep youngtn spite of time. Irz '

Gulf Fert. CCA.. fertiliser poor ... 17.15 "Just talk < of yourself and CITATION ,
1(8.00 1 natura ADtINIITRTO '
farm -- -- -- ---- ----------- .R.fka-.j-----------------; : .r YOUR CHILD IS CROSS. !
'Grocery Company = ;: -t J. 'will -do rest. to Im
toclerk Early Crt .
1. N. Van Voorhls. supplies ( t..
and Col_________________ Ig.OI work.'_-:--__--_ _--____--__ 111.25CIJI..n. and to rise. 'Be careful what b FEVERISH, CONSTIPATED KlvrMa. C Jmtg. *tat. .
Bank of Klsslrnme. In early /.\
I -101 B"'. V Tr \v. H. Brokaw herein too 314 gallons trevs.S26.OOHcese lieu. of warrant No. 11115O ,00I eat. Look on the bright aide o thipgs Estate of County.. Pr.v.t. Sr* Okceola .-

__________ HT.OO Cltlsens' Bank Klsslmmee In keep busy." By the V 4
bridge paint -- Mothers! If Tongue is Coated judge of said
., _.Usit..oL..warrant.Io..U15_. j .""QnCIII..n' court: I'
ftn.n-eI.I'RI'I'pt. -. 1
FftIC0fliIPOlflPTi) ought to know. Her Sarah A.

Operates the Q sui4 .t Store .a blanks _________________-Rle--_ 10.51T. I I Bank on warrant of Kiuuiinmee.interest No. 1714. I... AUDt.r tol> 104. and both ofhe Cen Little Bowels With "Call. plied itratlon to this court for Iete P".U,of .ap-.::
M. Murphy cost Inyill on the amno

.... 'ASK| Sell*.the Freshest Groceriesft gins case ___cost_____In___Will_un Riggins S.aS ,I Cltlsena Bank on warrant. of Klsslmmee.No. 1717. 10.19. 1 "parent crowded 4h. century marL foa Syrup 0 Figs. Prevalt Br.. dee.d late ox sate OOBB-. .'

:' I. H. Inwram. ________ .._ s.15 ''f'.' H. ..r..1Ulla. services' su* en. "H'buS1l'TryO have th These a; ';
__ !
ABJT Houtn Kiuimmeie.D'e case 1: v. __ .... _._ ._ bi therefore to
,OI ft"" .-- -.-' J.. Uverstreet.. freight paid for. I .1011' -. >.. --,..*--- 4.00Slamh td you Mothers can rest easy after giving monish .r.. and singular olte-and ad

!'"': C county __ ___---_______-- 7.11Joe Bro" teams for street mu. Srt to h4 aJthy-that "California Syrup in and creditors of said tb. kld.t

,.J.. .t. ... .. a . .. Ie. II.1 . .farm..l.-)' .* -.fdays'\ work_,at_. a.00 8ti'.r'R;. -- -.-of---Klsslmmee.--par. S.'O\ I is, you wilfully. abuse- the body! A Jew hours a o F& beua fore and appear the. 4th before thla d.o..ed or be' ,'
.." poor roll for street hands ._ 7s.10 God of .lun.A. IX 1$14. and
Jessie.Tat.s., ) salary .uard ._._ I'.' gave you. sour and flle objections If .
f S e. I Oaceola Hdw. Co.. merchandise. Put busy to Interested bU. fentl'fo '. have, to the *
: tokeep
V'i J': U: Brlti. salary guard---------- for street work ...... 24.61 keep of have .r.nUn.of letters
salary _.NI...' &0..0 te n
6 I'' t,1"'?"'frf/ITllt. Arthur Warren .1. E. Lupf.r. '.all in 'eongonial and useful ., is thatmainthing'Idlepesi a well; < I
----- i
", lTw. Thompson J. CYQulnru roof and painting tower. court'... '.'.0' Xo Fla. dr.Y..ei-- ,. ., 'It.80 kills.Fretting plyu .pn. coaxed to some granted other to said at. Sarah A. PrevaAt, In.o"t. t
\ supplies to W. A. Joiner salary aa 8upt. of c : kill< Grinding sand Jin' the'ma- Sic .. prao. or rersoos.
HC. 8i.n ford On' K 1 P _._._ __ 11C.OO on : harmless-fruit .laxative. Wil. my eonntr <
IC.O4 --
rt- _vlela 1t =-- Iffib.r..r: a. '. A. '& Gardner, sa1ary&ngjflee ; blner Ill wholesome, int.r4workthat : keep handy, be.. ..14tl. Juc..t.
&rHUrehW.II ILlS JIDI'otmt
\ I Mat .. ( I ni 4Tot'
.. .. of E.! U PflUkUftrn.man__,"._-_-_- TI.00J e ,never e\l.!
F. 8. LeaiS Fb..t wl.Yne on the
oIAd..tterr1 .M .
). I ": ...... J.. "*"' "*' ' ,' cua' It ao ": .
.rfl.5slat.. Batik._k.l of Xi..lmm..pelghtpsid ___ .._... ....--.._- ?f.E. L: P-..?--., ....--_-__ -SV.VV kUI. -;,' r :. '.'. "I stomach,. liver, and,.. promptand 10.1 Mf covneJJl2E.If .; .
-JPsraons salary as ttreman ,,
: -It..' : -- .
1 -or too 0U'1I-t.-: 'of e .
> B--1 Pali.-x . ? . . C.AO -
.,.. .kd WI Carson Oro.'Co. lIIul. reed In... .V R. Ellis salaryof.oolletoivf --, Ak your -druggist for a CO-cent you want pork eracklinjr1 to ,M :
.tf. I Snow A Bryan, supplies to road, ? r Tot "California \
.-p.-i.--iii. Syrup of crisp instead-
.Taasr __-________.._--_-_-..._./ i.T..9 BvereU ;; ( SIlo. t.o, Figs, tough when >cookwj''
,, ? : W. Carson 0.... Co.. aupplU to, orrieIl.labojr.2r.-.J..'\ 7.l0-, ,directions for babies, rub f..1 all

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. It ..... tI.Cl''Yom-da ElectTlc Comsrcaat T r I .- I.: : t c
.'1. ... conTl .._...._,.-_-.-..... 41.4 L..P__ 'I ( 1: nr. .
. ..._
,. - -
.. Pt -
.,. :T. I* IL'-I.._ cost In Co oart
; 4 1n.J z .iittd. p.r..I! d L. OveratreeC In Co. oourt 'Tl."$ >.. oa meters .i..Co._ balaDce 4 i"xuttI'a; .stopper Into a' bot T*' .'
_. ,: 4.1.1n.t." mark of *
; . R L. lAipferjt I Coa.. eovntr" Tr..a_ lUll fot, "i4"J .r- . : around _
4. lr
;; J' : ,'JI !I" ; r..IDA't Ro rt Baas, haullnsr aawdaat, on ., ; a:2fJta.t Ltk .
A. -F.t.aP------ :
),\! ..." eousitr: road ,...._ 'P'.iLt_...'1', '( ... ." Co.. .-.-... .1.... =, 11.10.3:110.: ; wl .nyeD'; l\ and place It in thf

.' ",, j.Ji-"x.>'"; .......'.).,.'. .::4-ify.\1,01':"", ..- ,,7 ;t':''';: . ... .. .. :;.._ ._.;-... L "", .M _' ..;w,' .- ..-- acJe.1'0 .. ,, ,. a t1" the marfcjprill _hav'_'n'fW

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FRIDAY .. -.
MAY 22 1914 "
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.. ... . .. " . .. ,
C. A. CARSON President. ,
ij.fc BaY*%+*. Secntar7.' '

The. TO',CONTROL f 'f ... ,\ ,, ., ', .. __...--... .... I.u I- """"
Waters "
& Carson ---" ....", .', ..,. . +',


4L Grocery Company .' DO ANT'J'

4/ ' . .
l WATERS ; I "
Fruit :
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In. .

.' t'

r GROCERIES -I,: Build Stronger, Wider and Farming. Gracing_ : {

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.. . . .. . . ... . .e .......... .........- Higher Dyches Trucking' TimberLANDS j t


SHINGLES. .e A. WOOL ;. problem Washington of flood, I).control C. May of 21.-"Thp the Mississippi I Have Them for Sale in Any Size Body i'l,

ANDo river is not greater than the
problem which confronted us when From Ten Acres to One Hundred. .';
ORANGE WRAPS, e ALL 'vt bgan the control of the Nile floods .
e and harnessed its runaway waters for .

VEGETABLE. CRATES, Y COUNTRY iMJgation purposes, changing the des Thousand Acres. ;!
ert into a paradise." Sir William

CRATE NAILS PRODUCE. Willcocks, one of the most eminent A Letter Addressed to Me Will Bring
engineers in the world, the builder of: a rt.
. .0..0. . . . . ... ... ... ......... the great Assouan dam which backs I

the water for more than Full Description and Terms of Sale.D.GMcKAY .

1 We sell, field aad garden peed of all dada the Nile, a wholesome, good-nature ,,.;1
We fir apecial attention to fitting out hunting and camping partis witty Englishman, who ,is on his first .
.,. Free delivery In city limit. Phone No.. 12. visit to the Mississippi river as the
We are county agents for food fertilizer Ask n* Is r circular and guest of United States army engineers 'I.
price on fertilisers. thus testified before the river .j
and harbors committee of the house

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-- -- -- day.
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I 11111-111 111111111'1 I I IIII I I III1 II 1111111I111II II I I I 1 While he is looking upon the Mis- ,
sissippi valley for the first time, Sri KISSIMMEE
I William said that the problem of the FLORIDA
,'a I
I I "Father of Waters" was an old one t.j'
to him, as he has been a close readerof \ '
the opinions of the engineers of the ,

1. : I FOR SALE ,, years Mississippi and: is an River old subscribers Commission to several for. enough and- wide enough to hold the CHILD EMPLOYERS

: American engineering journals, floods, and the fixation of the banks soas INSTANTLY'
whose pages have been full of scien- to make these levees permanent
tific discussions of how to control the when once constructed. This is the TO SPEAK KILLED BY s

" : Mississippi floods. theory of our engineers who have ,'
" 1: Coinciding with the generally accepted studied the Mississippi river and it is, AGAINST BILL LIGHTNING '
.s theory that the floods on the of course, gratifying to know that .
; their opinions coincide with the opin- ,
440 of good land about miles from will make Mississippi can be controlled by a series ,
acres two city limit,
? ion of this great foreign engineer who
of dikes, levees, Sir William :
j;}'i splendid colonization proposition and can be had cheap and on easy it as his opinion that the has had so many years' experience in ENDORSED BY JANE ADDAMS. HOME J

\\i 1 terms. It will pay you to investigate this property. gave dikes are too narrow on top...present :Con solving similar problems" on other rivers BUT MILLIONS OF AMERICANS LAST SATURDAY. 'f:
the river and the richness of of the world. -
sidering \
HAVE DECLARED AGAINST News was received hero; of the instant
J the country you ought to make dike : -
10-Acrt death of Andrew Simmons
four times as wide. You are making HAIR STOPS FALLING CHILD LABOR. by a
your dikes eight feet wide; anything stroke of lightning near his home at

under twenty-five feet it seems to me, Save Your Hair! Get a 25-cent Bottleof Center Park last Saturday afternoon.It .
Ten acres three miles from center of town, small house and over
Eighty-seven million Americanshave seems that Mr. Simmons has been
would be rather email. The Babylonians Danderine Right Now-Also t
half cleared; nearly all fenced; good well; only $650. Terms if de- made their dikes a hundred fee Stops Itching Scal,. said that children under fourteen at work clearing some land near his
sired. wide at the top. Then flood could do ought not to wont ha factories. Of the home and when the approaching cloud
practically no damage even if the Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy 78,000,000 who live In mining tate,41.- cam near he started to th house '
worse came to the worst. If havea hair is mute evidence of a neglected 000,000 have forbidden children under and in doing so started to cross an + ,
Suburbia Farm tad City! Hone Cembiaed. width of 100 feet you-can dig you into it scalp; of d.ndruff-that awful scurf. sixteen to work in mines; 46,000,000 open field and when perhaps thirty .
and you can get a means of quickly There i Is nothing so destructive to have on their statute books an eight- I steps front the fence, h* wa ctricksn Ft
filling it up. This great mass of stuff, the hair a* dandruff. It robs the hair hour day for children and 58,000,000 by a bolt of lightning which truck l-
Five of excellent land and lots the
acres eight Urge adjoining about level with the water, is- a great of its lustre, its strength and ill very. night work prohibition for aU under I him on the top of th* head. Hi hat'
five-acre front east-on Rolfe street; beautiful view of town and lake; asset for the purpose of stopping any life; eventually producing a feverishness sixteen year :wa almost aU burned from th* con '
delightful fine and eDS. in and of the which .tact with the lightning and the akin
a place to grow s grove poultry business seepage.. itching scalp How many American are willingto J.;
having advantage of town and yet enjoying freedom of country life. During the course of'The': hearing, if not remedied, causes the hair'roots go on record a* opposing uch restrictions i was burned from the body on the left +
which was probably one of the most to shrink, loosen and die--then the T Next Friday they will as- side to a point below the kne and
Large barn, chicken, house and small house. Only 1750. Easy terms.Fiveacre ,both shoe.
were torn from his.feet
interesting the members of the riven hair falls out fast. A little semble at Washington for the fhird' \
and harbors committee ever participated !- tonight-how-any time. -will surelysave hearing on the Palmer-Owen bill which I When found by colored man shortly .
in to your hair. in ,after h* was killed th* body was 17"r
Suburban HOBS for they were listening : forbids the shipment interstate fall
one of the world s greatest authorities Get A 25-cent bottle of Knowleton's commerce of goods produced in establishment ing just a* he } forward on his '. ;,
Danderine from any drug store. You face and the arms straight beside him ..
river control Sir William where these four
on suggested provisions -
Several five-acre farm in Pinedale the ideal.location for a comfortable that great monoliths be con- surely can have beautiful hair and are not applied. showing that death wa* instantaneous. .i .'

home close to town, high ground pretty location good orange structed along the banks of the Mississippi Iota of, it if 'you will just try a little The friends of the bill heard Mr. Simmons was perhaps. about i
and trucking land. Price from $250 to $375 for each five-acre farm. where the greatest breaches Danderine. Save your hair! Try itl I early in March and among were the dozen and fifty years of age and leaves a wifa 'J
eight children to the loss. .
Can pay for it on most easy terms to suit your pocketbook. and this might occur, these monoliths to be speakers at that ,hearing were Miss The burial was at:Rose mourn Hit cemetery, ;;

property will grow fast i in value. It i is owned by an Illinois man who mad be of burnt brick on'or cement the 'groand-and the thereby'brickto UNIQUE PLAN Julia C. Lathrop, chief of the ehiJdren'a Monday morning. ' -

will give plenty of time to pay for it. and it ir indeed worth considering. saving the cost of transportation He bureau; Mrs. Florence Kelley of H* was a man that enjoyed the con '
the National Consumers'Leagues, Dr.:
fidence of all who knew him and was.
believed that these immense monolithsas 10 RAISE FUNDS William Draper Lewis dean of the quiet and honest a
a citizen and bin sud
Plenty fine stock'farms groves and city property. Write for. what big as the."house office building; as,, Dr. ,A. J.; McKelway of Virginia and den taking away comes as, a heavy
he deserlbed' the monoliths the ''t
you and will on FOR CHURCHNICE University of Pennsylvania law school; blow not' his '
want we get you. enly to bereaved family;'
Nile, the Tigris and the .
R. .
\. Owen Lovejoy, general secretaryof but also to his friend. and neighbor,
would solve the problem of the Mis-
the National Child Labor committee
who have
always him in
sissippi and create behind the dikes'one '' SUM REALIZED AND DELIGHTFUL .Mi.'I...._: Jane Addame Aid! not .(tend teem. .'held high es 'j'
of the richest empires of the I the hearing, but she Is heratily in ,
NELSONREALTY CO. world. I favor of the bill. She has summed up Major Thomas J. M. Turner, one of ;
Sir William said during the hearing her reasons for supporting it: "Be- the old soldier settlers of St. Cloud, ,',
that the Assouan dam, which is 6,400',: One of the most unique and Inter-I cause our social and industrial prob- I died at his home there Just before ,
feet long, brings to the government,' esting gatherings that the lems are interstate problems, it becomes last Saturday, where he has been ,
$1,500,000 a year in the way of Irri- Kissimmee have enjoyed in a longtime I increasingly obvious that they I upending the winter. The body wa '. ,
gation charges Land in the vicinityof was celebrated by one of the I must be regulated through federal and shipped to his Chicago
REAR STATE BANK ::1 KISSIMMEE FLA. \ the dam is worth from $750 to church societies last week. legislation. Ever since the attempt home last Monday by J. W. Thompson '

,)' $1,000 an acre, which, of course, could About two months ago the Missionary made years'ago by Senator Beveridge, I the funeral director of this city.
not be called cheap. On this acre can society of the M. E. church, of I have hoped to see a national child

',' be raised five hundred weight of cot which Mrs. J. L. Overstreet i Is president labor law. Hitherto, in our efforts to END STOMACH TROUBLE, '1
I ton worth $100, and then a ton of in a meeting asked each member enforce child labor laws, we have not I GASES OR DYSPEPSIA
wheat worth from $35 to $40, so thatIn who woulfl together with friends, only inspected the factories but we
H -- - one year thin acre will produce earn a dollar toward the building fund have tried to follow the child into the ( "Pspe's. Diapepsln" Makes Sick, Sour:

... .I about $140 worth of cotton and wheat. of the new church, arid at the end of factory from the home and the school.In i Gaflvy Stomach Surely Feel :
. One year they plant cotton. the next two months an afternoon would be contrast to this, the method appliedin Fine In Five Minute. ,ZTr ;
year they plant corft. 'Cott n never given 16 the society for the purpose of the Palmer-c1wen'bilt now pending t _;
two two years in suceession, becauseit turning in their dollars, and telling in in congress and in all the federal child what you just ate is souring on.
SUPERIOR' SERVICE is considered fatiguing to the soil." rhyme the way it was acquired. I labor bills that have been introduced, our stomach or lies like a lump of !'f. I
Speaking of the vast opportunitiesfor Friday was the day set apart for is to discover the violations of the law lead, refusing to digest, or you belch f ?
COURTEOUS TREATMENT development that lie in the lands that meeting and it was a decided euc- I by tracing the suspected product. I gas\ and eructate sour, undlgeated,1',
along the Mississippi, Sir William cess. About fifty ladies met at the believe that this will be a compara- food, or have a feeling of dirtiness, <
used a typical Englishism, "You have home of Mrs. J. Z. Roberson and lis- tively simple, process, and one par I iieartburn. fullness, nausea, bad taste r '
.. such crowds of good land in this coun- tfned to a very delightful program ticularly Well adapted' to America, in mouth and stomach-headache you .
try that you have done nothing with. rendered by the members of Mrs. H. since our business men are more accustomed {I'can get blessed relief in minutes. b : .
We do not waste anything; no a sin- M. Pfann and Mrs. J. L. Overstreet's to dealing with industrial affairs I Put an end to stomach trouble forever +a
gle thing. In our country (Egypt), Sunday school clans as follows: Instrumental from the material side than from by getting a large fifty-cent case of _.y
'# 11,000,000 people live on 6,000,000acres duet, Misses Ruby Prevatt' the human." Pape's.Di.pepsln from any drug store. .u'

of land and they pay a tax of and Leona Roberson; reading, Miss I IHelen The Child Labor committee of Virginia You realize in five minutes how need ,k'.
17,000,000 pounds ($85,000,000)) a year [ Virginia Bass; vocal solo Miss ,I, (that stronghold of state*' less it is to suffer from indigestion, ti ;;
I FPORTANT and out of those 6,000,000 acres only Orpha Rose; reading, Miss Maltie'' rights), the executive council of the i dyspepsia or any stomach disorder. rf.
5,000,000 are cultivated yet because Bell Harris; plena solo Miss Ruby | Massachusetts Board of Trade and the|1 It's the quickest, surest stomach doctor .
1,000,000 are still salt." Prevatt; reading, Miss Sarah dark; Los Angeles Chamber of Commerceare in the world. It'* wonderful. v"

- Representative B. G. Humphreys of piano solo Miss Leona Roberson. I among! the many organizations in I
F Mississippi, who is regarded as an authority After the program by the young ladies I all parts of the country that have en- I FOREST ES. t j5,

upon all matters connected which was much enjoyed, the older ) I dorsed the bill. The National Child Angora have been '
goat used with
t 4 with the Mississippi river, speaking of crowd were called on for their part ofthe ]Labor committee is asking its members profit to keep fire lines clear of in- ,
the observations made by Sir William program and each in their turn I -particluarly those' who live in flammable >
before starting on a trip to marched to the center of the and vegetation on national for-
Willcocks as to flood control, said: room t the states with lower standards of leg- ; ests in California.Last .
of Travelers Checks. "Outside of the engineers of the presented her dollar and either read |i l.Uon-to write to their representatives 'i the fire loss v
some our year on the Canadian -
United States army there is no engineer or repeated her poetry. This caused \ at Washington endorsing the timber '
*> ) Then your funds will be safe and in the world who .has had so much a great deal of merrimnet and all were I|bill. Owen R. Lovejoy, general sec known,reserve only onerflftleth wa the smallestevv of one
actual and practical experience in the enthusiastically applauded. After the ,retary of the committee, said yester cent. of the
c you can readily get- the cash you control of floods in alluvial countries program the girls in concert repeated | "Many of our members are manufacturers over.per area being burned ,
Sir William Willcocks."In ,several lines in rhyme and turned in and large employers of labor
as i Zentaro .
Kawaae t
require in town or city. | professor of forestry
any their dollars. They then proceeded to i .
| who are earnest advocates of such
V addition to his work on the Nile the ladies with refreshments'[ at the imperial university of To- ,}
he has been engaged in similar workon nerve i restrictions upon the employment of kio, Japan has been making a tour of *
the Tigris and Euphrates, and in consisting of punch and delicious | .,children as are provided un the Palm- the national forests of this country <&i
cakes. Owing to the shower the crowd
\. fact has devoted the last thirty years ,er-Owen bill. We have f quenUyhadcordial I to learn the government's method of 9
Arthur E. Donegan P. K. Weaver of his life to the practical study of was compelled to remain much longer co-operation from tne n in state selling timber and of reforestation. '*
than was intended, but friendly ,
conversation -
flood control. For these reasons I believe ,campaigns, and, taking the country asa i I More than 868,000 young tree are '$
President. Cashier. was indulged in and a good whole. I believe that there"l little
his opinion as to the beet methodof being set out this spring on national '*
protecting the Mississippi delta time was enjoyed all present. I sympathy with those employers who forests in Utah and southern Idaho
from the floods-of the great river Is About forty was realized' published recently a statement of and the season is reported as particularly -
worth more than the opinion of;any from this little plan, besides a social | One State is, Doing to Destroy favorable to their successful ,l

4 'o I NTEREST ON SAVrNGS ACCOUNTS other foreign engineer. His explanation of gathering together and a great deal ,' Industry: and enumerated the common &' .
, r of the reason why reservoirs on I humane provisions of the labor Armstrong lake, within the Bear- t
r the Upper Nil were necessary. and on larws/ including the fonrteen-year-ag tooth national forest Montana, i* said ito
the Mississippi would be entirely inadequate limit the regulation of hour of older rival the famed Lake Louis*.of th*
I and inefficient," is most illuminating. minors and the posting provisionsthat Canadian Rockiest It lies at'an elevation
,-1. O.AaSON::: F1I1J "!VI ....,:R No. Six-Sixty-Six
.' -It is a >matter of great are recognized: as necessary for of 7.00Chteet. surrounded by
-' AST1 c : satisfaction to" those of us who live the' enforcement of the law. I cannot towering mountains. A rood road
., I . behind the levee and who. very. existence Tbis ... preei4des ........ especially believe that the American, people will which an be traveled In half a day by c ,
t Agency depend upon proper flood control tor MALARIA CHILLS *V,FCVCir: ever acne that to prohibit child labor adtomobll connects with.the.railroad
.1 the Dozier ,
Lettner "
. Successor to ) .to hear from Sir William his pos *.. or ala doss will tweak. esqr sass, aadiftakwtlMMtoJ would destroy indnstnkJnt( whether at Billing. -Av rustic, hotel has [ il
Stale Rank len.Op alOD that the'cure and only Baildiq'It'J' '
way'to control J the floods of-the .Mississippi ...... aet M Ik* liar beM* *ksiaddMaotrlpoUka.e ent'session depends larglr npoa th I$ ? th*' gg ,region, '. 9 "
. r .i Is by constructing_ levees Ugh I CaJoeoI'- > /*' outspoken,, pport.. of our/risods.1. \*.f . <-. ... . -..,,"' .... ., "., ..' ....
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.f; -p"'c i15iOs: ; S THE i 'KIS" tmsuVr VALLEY" GAZETTE .F IDAY. BTArY"'M*!. ''Iwia S S"
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-I? ; S : :-.. 4'' -. -"" 5 , <.10. :', ''
and'average thermal condition for a 111'l i ii i iii 1111111 sIppsspIsipuIipssu.puiiu1115Kissirnmee '" '
> _<;s Your Stomach FLORIDAOFFERS, century' show practically no departurefrom PIONEER 1 ..J1

.. / the established normal. Oscil-l! .
Trouble You? lation in climatic' conditions do occur i- .Furniture* Co.: \
,- but a permanent change, in a ,
Mayr'f Wonderful Stomach Remedy negative direction, 'would imply Joss .
Is Successfully Taken in Cases rr of solar Insulation, and the solution PASSES \ 5 Under, .Entirely New Management SI
of that problem is wrapped up in the]i
of Stomach; Liver and Intestinal 5. I matter of the solar constant, which is j

Ailments receiving attention from.. many !I -r '.'

'And One l>o. Has Surrerlng Often Dispelled t RICHES sources.A matter of much importance to-Ji.i AWAY - Furniture. .

.5 5 the homcseeker is the fact that the ., ,: Household Furniture (from Kitchen t to Attic,' a full and complete '
"\ 10nR'evitr.of the hjjman race is greatest : .
j' hoe -
1'&AYI' S in mild climates. For instance recent iI I ++ j ,
__ I statistics show that more people :

.g'>, .. 'NVond(\rfulfqniadi } Opportunities Galore Are over In mild one climates hundred rattier years qld than are in found high- Robert Savage Died At i Baby Carriages \ _

KjS1 Remedy .- Within State i iTO the latitudes.last census For of instance the German, according empire to, Age of 82 YearsFOR ::: A splendid Line of Hand ome Baby Carriages and Go-Cart ]

t there were only seventy-eight people Let us show Ihem's.qiu. "
2 -, will change who had pawned the one hundredth i .
40,000,000 there were 113 centenari- - I S .

that () THE FARMER .\'I:',.() HOMESEEKER ;-';' yenr. 1 In France with a population of !MANY YEARS A-ltKSIDENT\ Bicycles

AND I 1.01.IFf:' ( \ : aps.( In England there were 145 where- OF KISSIMMEE AND SPENT I

Long race! TO HER CITIZENS. u.s living in Spain who had"more passed than 400 the souls one were hundredth MOST OF LONG LIFE Iver Johnson Bicycles with coaster brake- at a bargain.

ytear Thus it will be seen that I IN FLORIDA. .

M807?'. lT.ndrrfnl fiiomiw-b H>tndy ran ( By A. .1. :\Mitchell. i ,our latitude and proximity to the ....eaIII' "'i
/ rtally b. .termed a wonderful ,.n.1 l ihr factor"of no small importance in called lalll Sun-
('Ittutul ologv I i" ''ht)l .ilistrurt' t .mrItnceH This city .was upon jj Kisimmee Furniture
: that tt *>*? m m*' t of tin! n.nwtchronic : Co.
ranei of Stomach 7r utilr has i.j.i. .i.1 t tit 1how"ni famr from one rnd of the country (I. .ilirthrr. .. ---' of her citizen 'and I ,
l.T"pi l"t.t liFt', rn fa I ..ndiunshin death one pioneer ; : 310 Broadway E. O. "
No matter !irret i li\r -'M-M w ill Garland Mgr.
find profile, who have ntifTrrrf] nut, ",,,,,,".h. which H<> largely affect the t environ-| one who" haw done much toward the \ ; '4.
14T..r ..d lBl*41nal Ailment' etc and havrWen merit of man. The characteristics of | building of Kissimmee. I ,

v>rat'e restored of tbt*lo anti There'ate i ii lotnl not in a their Hay nations are fleeced by climatic, influences j'.obert Savage came to thii < ity.i.; _!.I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I U I I I I S I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I S I I I I I S Il-I- ;
but what onr hrmr of the wonderful: remit:: and the products indigenous! almost fifteen years ago aiul.ostabllished I -I}
from Ihl. and the benefits his.home when Kissimm? was ..
obtaiord remedy to any section are revealed to a con- | j -- -: .
are entire! natural .. ii aria 1 on th. antirreand hr infancy, and he has! been in- -- -- -# ;
liII'rahle l extent by Us climate. in 5.

I inp poiawnous out foundation the. ftama."n catarrh.of these.and Item I luc nilnientn.accretiontab the tnteMinal remtivingthe the Up suggestion to a decade that and Flornla one-half offeied ago advantages (i\ TO CONVERT into-.I ru mental-a progressive helping city.! to deve'op' her I; .--. I I I I I-. I I I I 1'1 I I I I I I . I I I I. '111111111111111 I I I tm; I -, ,

tract and aushit i I in rendering the name anti He was "respected by all who I knew "
: j iijrnculturnl state met
iwbich Septic., alone Suffererf should are l relrere urged yriur to, fry suffering one flume I situ with an I Her 1 pie forest, were. I him and, during his residence hetehe Reference: Swedeiboro National) Blllk, Swedeiboio, N. i.WILLIAMRODE. r
convince you that Mnyr'n Wonderful'Stomachtirmr4r not associated with fertile soil and had made an acquaintance extending
should) renloron to rood health. THE WORLD the entire cOn' nuni1y. The Manhattan -
whi h there could be over
1'ut It to a teat fodlav--the .....It. will lie a without ( I ijo gen-
revelation to you and "li u ill tejinee overJrotif erouri .response to the efforts of the hotel where This death oc- ..- 1
ruiicfc recovery and "'r A j'uuri hugo the husbiuidnnui. S Ul1'a's the ipse dixit i (curred stands as one of the .
fir I I..,. U I. St. monu'I'I !
joya of li.lnw Send l t .11 .mat h south Pullman\ ments to his memory as he :
him who
of came in
Oilmen t. to (;Pn II. Wavr Mfit 'henii-rt 1'6
\Vhitinf I St., Chicairo i r.r :loiter Mill vbuut a car, returninghence i he canrvith I > popular hosiery! erected only just a Com mission Merchant : :
ottlc, ibm your drugriftt.; the northward" movement of I the sun. Acre Less of Cotton and few years ago. Besides this building I
The eXigencies. of life frequently! unfold t:, he owned several other very valuable
For Sale In KUsimmee ByJ. I hidden rf'f'ource--dire extremity pieces of property in this city. POULTRY, FRUITS AND PRODUCE

Z. KOBERSON' in often the forerunner of the "tidings I and One More of Corn Until failing health caused him to.
I of irrent jOY." Florida's"discovery": j jto retire from active business he was one 206 Dock St.
And DruRgiHls Everywhere. i lie -R'ol'ical-pI'obably dates of the energetic business men of our I Philadelphia, Pa.

t"r --- ,- --- from the disastrous cold waves of the I city; and succeeded in whatever he undertook -

I 'UO'K, when she was'< emancipated from WOII.D l INCREASE THE y,\U'E I to do. Besides a wide circleof I I I I I S I I I I I I I I I I I I I S I I I I I I I I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMtTHE I -
and here who
I the tyranny of the one-crop Idea- AGRICULTURAL; PRODUCTS friends neighbors
M. TILLER that of citrus fruit. While not exactly I mourn his taking away, he also leavesa
; I a regeneration, the cold waves proved TWO HUNDRED MILLION I I' wife and little daughter and eight .

Real Estate Agency. decidedly illuminating in two ways. DOLLARS. grown sons by a former marriage. -
I First l : They forced diversion along I l I The funeral service was conductedat I ._ Ii't

......n.aa.saaassas.sassa'Reatty I agricultural lines in order to meet the ,, ( By J. T. McAuliffe. ) the Baptist church of this city, of ''I
| which he consistent member, I
was a
I immediate necessities' of life, and. second .
S bought and sold. diversion showed the possibility! I} A \\elI known southern religious : on Monday afternoon by Rev. S. W.I 'r

Houses rented.. of Florida's "", hite sand." I i news liul'eau ha
Taxes paid and Titles ver- The rapid expansion of the fruit and I| planting corn for the purpose of I|I church, who conducted the service in I t
ified for non-residents. vegetable industries the contemplated contributing the proceeds towards 1 J1 the absence of the pastor, after which
development of the can industry, together 1 converting the world. That adds a the remains were borne to their last 'i REALTY COMPANY
Fire Life and Accident Jn-
( with othei industries make it., i new chapter of progress to the development resting place in Rose Hill cemetery, ...
_ _ _
surance. followed by a concourse of sorrowing NOT IN THE TRUST
important that those interested should I I of corn growing in the

Indemnity Bonds. have a.wider and more. correct knowledge 'south especially, and they say the friends. I '
of the state. i ]plan Is going to make good. It goes His death removes one more of the 10,000 acre Stock Farm, a bargain if take at .ics,

i I do not mean to imply that Florida without saying that those who grow Confederate soldiers who went forth 5.00 per acre. -:- -:- -:- -:- -:- -:- "'1 -

Is more exposed to the incursion of corn will do a doubly good work, for to battle for what they believed to be Prairie Land, Ore Groves, High Hammock Laads, Tbaber La '".
abnormal conditions than is California -I they will be starting at home with right. I

SJ.BUftOCKREAL I a state that in a large measure I the things needed at home. I - --- ---- Land* at AH Prices and .. Easy T enu. .5

produces similar products but nature This year one acre more of corn 10-CENT' "CASCARETS"FOR I 2,000 acres Stock Ranch wifl exchange half value :

has been prodigal i with good gifts and I and one acre less of cotton on every, LIVER AND) BOWELS for other real estate -:- _:- ..- .:- .:-
should in southern will add -
we use ordinary precaution plantation easily a
ESTATE conserving: them and in order to reap hundred million bushels to the corn '
**.f>M***...***mmm%.*.* the rewards of industry, the grower crop of the cotton belt and it will also Cure Sick Headache, Constipation Orange Groves all sizes and prices
INSURANCE should be sagacious enough to study I add a hundred million dollars to the Biliousness, Sour Stomach, Bad

the needs of the situation. value of ,the cotton crop. Therefore Breath-Candy Cethartic. I KISSIMMEE FLORIDA

; Examination! of Titles a The crops grown in Florida from! I in comon language, one acre less of I ; \

which the greatest revenue is realiz- cotton antI one acre more..of corn on No odds how bad your liver, stomach ,
ed are subject to the vicissitudes of every farm means just -a round two -5 or bowels; howmuch your headaches (;
; Specialty. the weather and they must be grown hundred million dollars increase in the how miserable you are from I/ '
value of the of .
agricultural products .
with the knowledge that adverse conditions constipation, indigestion, biliousness S." I
CbrresDondence Solicited. may occur almost at any period the cotton belt, just counting the two and sluggish bowels-you always get ',1
during the winter months. This main rops..The'idea. ,
relief with Cascarets. immediately -
They .
.-.rn1. ?N _u Pt,., .' , 'r. : makes It incumbent on the grower to of converting the world by cleanse'and regulate the stomach "

select his location with due regard for planting more born is certainly not a remove the sour, fermenting food

such emergency protective measures bad one., and another fact that ought and foul gases; take the excess bile ; ;
4' iC'.W 'GRIFI IN as may be necessary.1 .- to be impressed upon the) farmers is from the'liver'and carry off the con. Looisville&NashvilleR.R.LOW j !

1 In this day of Intensive methods the that but little ethereal atmosphere can stlpated waste matter and poison ;
.. ... l intelligent farmer brirrgB to his aid be ,found where gaunt want stalks from the intestines and bowels. A' .

Staple 1 arid Fancy every agency that makes for success abroad And remember that corn is 10-cent box from your druggist will .
: lie studies the rainfall, seasonal and the great enemy of famine. Where keep your liver and bowels clean; '

annual; the number of rainy days, and I prosperity and plenty is found it is stomach sweet and head clear for i 1
GROCERIES: the frequency and extent of dry and easier to plan and accomplish things -mo ths. They work while you sleep.
wet spells; also the highest and lowest I leading to higher things. The community -
temperatru and the seasonal and where farmers are not -growing -
advancement. It is these will haveto
we -
their own supplies is one of these
monthly averages together with the war 'upon, and the men who want I ROUND TRIP
dates of the first and last neglected looking neighborhoods ,
: average show their and devotion ;
Free patriotism
to all Parts
Delivery 1
killing frosts. This information is vital where the schools are poor the roads their out to flat
to section come
"of the City to the success of many crops grownin are bad, the churches dilapidated and down Jto these opponents of I Summer Tourist RatesJACKSONVILLE
the dissatisfied. It is
people from '
this state, and it may be had on application If anybody wants to run their
such sections come the recruits to the progresll'j I
-I to any weather bureau office.It and dpwn hill and plant
crowded cities, recruits who are finally
i is manifestly not only eth-
wrong let 'em go it, but when it comes to
ically, but really injurious to the state forced to take any kind of work, even "
*> . .;. .T.; * .. . . to asesrt that there is a "frost line"in the cheapest and eventually they find decrying, disparaging honest efforts the of work the of government men- ,i .

Florida, for such is not the case. themselves too poor to get back to the who know things and strive to ad- S -TO- :
Sprigg Fleming : Under extreme conditions frost forms country. vance the cause of humanity, more for Ht. ------57.75 (.ki -. .. I'
In < e43110 n -i
ten of I .BoHt. .u
over the southern portion of the state, years or more writing the love of the work than anythingelse n...... __-. _____ IN.VO !>..! nnn__nu M.TB mtmrtHf _- SIAO ...
rarely of such severity, however as have talked about new methods in these pilferers of results from ('.1...... 8p..I.a-a 5M.4IO I>uln agriculture and preached the doctrineof Halt Lake ()Ity__ ____ \
: CLEANING to do serious damage. Florida's merits : MI.alpej 7A.75 )CuyflI.
endeavors to be corraled and A.-: -----
more corn and things for home ought .Uow..a. Por..l. -_____ 4M.BO Im4tmmr = .7
are sufficiently well established isolated. I'r1I.d105.00 __ ___ lU.- F....... _
i PRESSING without resorting to misrepresentation use, but never before have I directly Time is coming when folk won't stand ......u. __._-,_1IM.OO .........:r. ___u_n_ oi.rm '1'01... _L.lek __ r"= ;'
connected with religious advanoe- Amfttrm __ W JM Maekiaa.
fl DYEING "4 which, in the long run sows the for such senseless hindrance .. .. ... h _. u Detroit. 4SJM S '.'
seed of dissatisfaction.In ment. But, come to think of it, it is any as S' Fr. .1. _. .ft4t.laclrr > 11..1. __uu 47.-4O' ( ....l..... 47.44> '
REPAIRINGwprd not a bad idea. The plan of these good some ignorant malicious slanderers of I'ark JS3.T5 NIagra F.iia, 47.4O Car__ .S.p. ;
the study of climate with regardto hard-working folk as they are now >.,
Baptists is to have the boys and
..d ---- crop production the progressive of the church to give the men of countenancing. The day is not so far LOW RATKS TO OTHER POINTS flV COLORAOO. CALIFORNIA AND ,

Le..e rl my house and clothe farmer should consider Roil and tem ear of seed, and proceeds it is calculated away when a man working along reformed CANADA, MINNESOTA MICHIGAN THIS (JHRAT LAKES AND ROCKY t1
;i will\ be crimed tor and returned. peratures. Adanson the French botanist that this will add $1,800,000 to lines can do so safely and MOUNTAINS. PROPORTIONALLY LOW RATES PIIOM POINTS IN TUB 'I{: .,
states that the without the embarrassment
development of conse- STATE.
the fundsof the church Or nearly two I
""1 Satisfaction Guaranteed buds is determined by the sum of the quent to deprecating remarks, opinIons ':1
daily mean temperature counted from million dollars. and stories circulated by Tlrkrt OB Mile d.(lr> May 13 to Srptrmbrr 30. R.t... Unit Oct. SI, i.i. '
: . . . .O. . . . Taking the home end view of it, if irresponsible 1'
the '
beginning of the year. Another these farmers boys and men-will 1 people. Recently I hate C heard
authority concluded that the length of plant an acre -more of corn they will just about one to three men in a doz- Variable Route to Denver, Salt Lake !:;

: : : : : : ; : : : oGooo:4.+s++s the period of vegetation is in inverse enrich their home community im en different communities tell some of ,
I ratio to the mean temperature while the most outrageous things Imaginable Colorado Springs Etc.
measurably. And it is easier to travel M
Sachs possibly the greatest ot plant about the cattle tick en.dical"ionwork.
I the straight and narrow road when it
physiologists, concluded that for each about the corn club work and GOING THROUGH ST. LOUIS. RETURNING THROUGH (.-
: : CRAYSTONE I a 'good one than when bad, and the i .
:; form of plant life there is a minimum, growing of this corn will certainly about the coming of the boll weevil. VlfK VERSA. LIBERAL STOP-OVER ON ALL TICKETS. .
an optimum, and a maximum tempera Without one iota of facts back of I
create an atmosphere of
rn ALL TM rui ture. the It conditions is obvious,are then most, that uniform-whenever plenty, and consequent joy.It peaceful their are fashioned statements of they the tell most things baseless that I The Attractive Way I i
is argued that at 132-
4 ,N.Wi and atcobd-hand automi- by reason of equable temperaturesand 000,000 bushels of our present into fabric, and none of these stories can Three Solid Tfcro..k Train Dallr-Ckolrc of '1'..... Dlarrrmt K..tM .
>> .. for .al. from $10 tc .well distributed precipitation go stand the searchlight of intelligent I
a I
.lt. LLiOI.iit Orayatona Oargm decided advantage results, for the possibility making and liquor religion, and are of somewhat course corn antag-liquor men, men who will think for them- To the North and Northwest { :;
of selves. You' down the bottomof .
failure at
is get
: I. .. nguui. "rts.' I." POIJt!. to a minimum. things yourself. Study the prob- '
i' Vegetable life attains it's greatest have heard the songs of Beulah- lems coming before you, learn from THREE DAILY TRAINS TO TilE SOUTHWEST THROUGH NEW A: 4
_ lan<]-the l land of corn and wine-and ORLEANS. L. N. DINING CARS. NO BETTER DICING
perfection where the humliflty is here in this section the experience and observation, study CAR SERVICE. It 1
. . . . .O. . greatest and the temperature atflvhich unfermented grape jurce, or any kind and care of-other men who know ILLUSTRATED BOOKLETS ON ALL SUMMER TOURIST DIRT. FOR HANDSOBIK X
5I vegetable life becomes active is of about these great economic questions'and RESORTS RATES, ,:
4. grape juice and grow more corn, SLEEPINU CAR RESERVATIONS AND OTHER
4 C. F. THRASHER thought to be about forty-three de aiding in making this country one of then shape your opinions.! Don't INFORMATION. ADDRBSS f
grees. Not being subjected to pin your faith to anybody, if you are
prolonged the
most desirable kind. '
Sheet Metal
; Worker > and severe winters with great In order to reach dubiou ,-but above all, don't take the H. C. BKKT.VKV, Florida Vmmmrmffr Aftmt. s: 1
the climax in
4. this "
44 Steel OUinsrs a Specialty 0 ::0.
in Florida soil / statements of the neighborhood 134 W..t Bar Street. .
401 CM.Y STREET ranges temperature, is production the business men of the (Telephone lIlT.) JaekMBvlUa. rim. : ".
always in a receptive state it chronic 'growlers. Get on the right ', ,
Klssiminee as were, south must foster the I
movement toward
F'la. ,
and line and while is
crop growth is rarefy retarded to growing cotn. They must corn being grown to ') :

.4.. .'. .. . . . . . 0. such an extent as to excite apprehen- support to the corn clubs where they give convert the world you will also learn 1 .'
). -_ _ruWJS-_' ,-_ _ _. sion. It is true that disasters have are trying to get along and where much that will be of great worth to ---- ---- ---------------------;----------- -C J:' .;.
f befallen out fruit industry at lone in- they are not organlted'Undividual: effort you Individually. I- .
: I ,........ .......... tervals, but there is no orange zone should be directed toward getting- y o should read regularlyValley Si.
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in the. United States that enjoys complete individual farmers to .
,. .\ O'BRYAN immunity from cold; and mark There is a vast field of crow; endeavor more. corn. When in Need of a 1I.:
', \ you thU applies to all physical divisions to the business .men and not open VETERINARY SURGEON Th

,; .. ATTORNST_ AT LAWS whether in Florida or elsewhere. wo-d.e'man in the mercantile a bank-prp- -Can For'- Gazette 1 1llFlorida
The 'Is
: onery! our climate ehanging ing, aupply-or other business- should A. F. RICHMOND

( .5' ,, ,8PECIALIZINa INABSTRACT ? which comes ever and anon, all to give hU encouragement and Loaghman Road S
> especially after !
a of frosts
support) ,toward corn growing. :JI JIr
carries.bat. Greatest -
one aawer-s *
negative Wer'M ( Newspaper"mi
hampered little bit
a. 1-8'
by Fhone 1 Kissimmee Fla. .
A .
t One. geological change in efimate folk who think that batter tlmej > '
sAND .j. I. established by the fosslrremain are 5 NM.1 s.ec__ LOt. a-z., .
Y"i of coming along without naldbi, 5 ii. -a..L.: - .,,S ;;
01." -, both 'the aDl ul1.&D4I' .
vegetable ktof> extended aDd there ', -y- '
TTITLEWORI; aw IWJ'othet old RENT-OR -
Two-etofy .
5y dofnav. That bow.y.rdo.s not tab* rock-ribbed tenen who try -to .dis. store bodMIna ori Brack: fit- NorthKissimmee. 'Year pj. ., '.

kM""" .' .. .T T..A. '. 'r' ,... _lish I ,, a, ,menacing! ,progressive change-, concert. _those...matins, ; honest_ _efferts at H. C. Stanford 29-tf '$,1.50/ ,5C'C
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;'' Mr*. I. 1. Turner has returned from 'Iu bmftcU* et- SnbtxW' ewM Ooo MmlM w i i il PRO G R1SSS' IVEx .
U *...P.P.P. Urtfaw <. ,
a'viglt, to her parent in Orlando, an wwllr T yy .
... '
':. teIa v V J' 6 w5 W7ea ,cored ,
W L. 'Pannell, our concrete contractor ; : .
made a business ,..trip .to Or. ,
,I Undo Thursday "" '.-. 4D P. '
,I H. (X.Comer of Ocoer and JT,'Norris P. .. "
of Orlando were-business visitors in . .J. :

Apopka, last week. of Hills. Makes rich, red, pure .blood: -cleanses'the entire : iisiness .
Kiss L. Zephyr People
, Neighbor
)M.d visited friends here last week. I > system-clears the. brain-strengthens digestion and nerves.<< ; ,

j, Miss Kathleen Mitchell has return- A positive speciAc for Blood Poison and skin diseases. ,' .
t ,
) ed to New York after a pleasant visit the Pala ends Malaria 'I." ;
r! Drives out Rheumatism and Stops ; ;, ,;. x .. ", ', "
'j ,,here. is a wonderful tocio and. body-builder. Thousands endorse it.II "
,,14r.'E H. Smith and son, Jesse B.. '

made,* trip to Orlando in their Ford F. V. LJPPMAN: CO. L SAVANNAH, GAl, .
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.auto. You Should Know-
I Work'of repairing the damage done
" to the State bank by the yegg recently .
: !. ...! as DOSSible -
heirs 1:;r1: 'by J.: R.' Womble, who ,has the contract r pond about 8,000 students of military

schools and colleges-a total of only .
e Mrs. Lula G. Connell of Winter Gar- II Simmonsville. II 11,000 Who have received outdoor rifle -

", den was the guest. last week of Mrs. practise a number almost negligible.To IN JO
, A. C. Starbird. ,these might be added about 26.000 .
,, Dr. McCall and Misses Nellie and Thinking perhaps! that a short notice boys who have had indoor gallery C
:', Ruby Wilson motored to Orlando Tues of things as they are in this partof practise, of some sort or other. : i
d; day. God's kingdom might be a little The Dnited States government has ,,2
', ,i J. M. Jackson of Orlando was in interesting to some few of the readers so far aided in' remedying 'this con- '
\\-I Apopka Monday on business. of your valuable journal, will try and dition only by the! appropriation of ". ','
*, I I Miss Scott of Boston, Mass., is the I I I give ,you what I can.'OUI' $30,000 annu1l\1Ylor\ ammunition for KiSSiMMEEH '
guest of Miss- Ella McGee on Fourth ,' villa Is not a very large one, students of educational institutions to '
. afjreeL. but -since the F. E. C. Ry. has come which officers of the regular army are '
-3 Mr. and Mrs. Grigsby of Cleveland, through our.section, it had a tendencyto detailed as instructors, and in allow- )
i. '. Tenn., have returned home after . pleacant visit to her brother, Major idea that some good can come out of Rifle association to purchasearms I :
': W. K. McLeod, end wife here. Nazareth if it is failed Bull Creek, at coat Only a small number I .
" A. P. Fudge and wife, of Plymouth, and our people are preparing great of rifles have been sold for this pur- I N .e
!', were business visitors here Monday. things which will be beard from in the pose. If as many as two persons used tl
t 1\\, General Tibbetts will begin at once future. each rifle, sold, the total number would *V '"
j' the erection of a business house on May Eubanks of this village is at not exceed 4,000.
.. ., the lot purchased from E. Liebing. present at Ken nsville, helping her There is now a bill before congressto A. Niemeyer, _
.t A. W. Walker Is preparing to build sister, Mrs.' C. C. :Arnold. Mrs. Arnold appropriate: OOOO, for the pro- Jeweler 105 Broadway Red Bud Brand Candy .
, ). a fence around his lot on Orange having a boarding house for mill motion of rifle practise 1H public .
will the Jot irito culti- E.- L. -Johnson Prop. . ISc per Ib.
street and 'put hands. schools, colleges, universities and civilian ,
vation at once. Eubanks and Alma Drawdy rifle clubs. If properly applied I 11 Broadway.EGGERSOLUESS Repairs Promptly Done. Guaranteed Pure. .' -
Mrs Burk of Tampa was here investigating body faced the horseflies on Satur- thjs will be of great help. Of the different i .
the electric light propositiona day day for the sake of a horseback educational institutions the 1 \ x
few days ,, public schools the most important !
ago. pleasure ride. ,r are & RIEDEL. RUSS BASS MEAT MARKET O. F. BASS,
Mrs. Mary Brandy of Jacksonville, Mrs. Eubanks haa been away ojv'h not only on account of the greater t
with her little son, is visiting Miss visit to relatives. Her son Sim is number of students, but on accountof Carpenter and Repair Shop Contractor in
Ada Lovell in the of the students.
Apopka.A. overseer on this section and as the age Shootingin Freeh Heats of '
J. Lovell has rented the Jackson pay train visits us once a month, we schools of this class should be made Inside Furnishings Screening Plain and Dee4 raUuPalnUn& 'E
property at Foruth street and Ala can all have a little money to spendnow compulsory to the extent of at least and Cabinet Work All Kinds. and Paperhanging
bama avenue for the summer. and again. two hundred'rounds per boy, .22 caliber '
Our Specialty. 515 Sproule Are. Phone <7.
j J. B. Turner of Tuscaleosa, Ala. is Mr. Beaureguard Drawdy was part- gallery rifle, with the necessary
,' 'visiting his sister, Mrs. H. H. With- ly run over the! other day by'a heavily I preliminary Sighting and aiming drills,
erington, on Alabama avenue. loaded baby carriage, injurying his in such'states as will so provide for WILDER'S STUDIO '
'C Mrs. A. M. Starbird and three little his toe. / by law. The national board for the CLARK &: MEIKLEJONReal DIXIE THEATER .

daughters, Mabel, Lillian and Marguerite Cowpeningls now the order of the promotion of rifle practise is recommended 1
Is the to Take Year Kodak DealeriThey .
Ceo!. Clean, Comfortable
V.. have goneto Lake Butler to lay, and the way we wade into the to have supervision of this
- ,i visit her mother and other friends. milk and other !good things that come work and superintend such competitions Films for Developing If You '
a" B. F. Wilson has been granted a with it would be a caution to those who as may be prescribed. These I Sell the Earthin High Class Entertainments. .
permit to erect a store on Fourth could witness it. competitions to be similar to those Want the Beet Results. Chunks. Only. '
street, near the A. C. L. depot. Watch Tom Hull went to Whittier on Sat- now in force where the prospectiveteams -
Apopka grow.J. urday but we wore sadly disappointedwhen shoot on their own home ranges./ S. .
R. Womble had as his guest last he For older students at colleges, universities .
he came back and told us that I Your ad in this Space will Cost You
. week J. D. Dorsett of North Carolina, had forgot to call for the mail, which the students' military instruction WATERS CARSON GROCERY The Leading Moving Picture Show
who was a resident of Apopka twenty- included the Valley Gazette. Camps, and for civilian rifle ONLY $1.00 PER MONTH i. Found at the
five years ago. He was surprised to Miss Nora and the children are frequent clubs, the old model service rifle, .30 I OC 0el7thill' .
note the many changes .in the town visitors.As caliber, will ordinarily be used where In the Oldest and Meat Widely &THEATER '
since then. our little village increases in there are suitable and convenient field Read Newspaper in the KisJmnee .
Edward i Jump and wife and son population and our school opens would ranges. This practise will be confined Valley District.J. to Eeat. Gardner Bra, M....
George of Orlando spent Sunday as write again if this is received with for the purposes of this act to .
the guests of the family of A. J. Walker favor. ranges not .over six hundred yards,
the telephone man of Apopka. With good wishes for The Valley not to exceed one hundred rounds per W. PRENTIS NELSON REALTY CO. BOWLING x
has feed man, and the same provisions as before KISSIMMEE ALLEY : ?
S. W. Stewart opened a Gazette and the hope that oru people I
store on Central avenue, where he will will fully recognize its editor. I in regard to instruction, super- Pianos, Organs,.Talking Machines, 9 Darlington Ave. 109.Broadway. ...
engage in wholesale and retail business vision and competitions, with the expectation '-- -
\ TRAIN YOUNG of such firing being made Sewing Machi -. Property Sold on W. E. H......, Mgr. ..z
R. B. Addison of Orlando was in AMERICA TO SHOOT I compulsory. -
Apopka last week in the interest of All of the above, plans can not be Broadway.W. Commission. Splendid Snort and KeeNat.... ,
the Orlando Business college. (By lion. Lindley M. Garrison in The carried out at present; the facilities .
; J. D. Mahr of Bay Ridge, one of Orange National Sunday Magazine.) are limited and the several states will G. HANKINS , :: ri -
county's successful poultry raiseri. In any war with a nation of first have toaid in requiring this training D. G. f"K"\Y REAL ESATE & E. MAGEE -i Y
.,was in Apopka Tuesday to purchase rank in. military power an American in their public schools. I believe,bow-- _
material for enlarging his army of at least half a million men ever, this co-operation can be counted Adding Machines and AGENCY Carpenter and Builder i
ranch. would be required. The great major- upon, as the benefit to ,their country -.
Have you noticed the new concrete ity of this soldiery .would be voun- ia so apparent. Every male citizen of Typewriters Graystone Block Job Work and General RepairtacSsw'Filing ._ Y .
step at the entrance to the,postoffice T teers. The regular army and portions' the United States ia, by constitutional : a Specialty ,
Itwas made by W, L. Pannell the concrete .- of the organized militia would have to law, a member of the 'unorpniledI -. _,.F.r. Sale. Sell Land Anywhere on Ceissisrfiitei .15 Darlington Ave' -V,
builder .. . stand the first brunt of attack and I I militia 'and, in 'time of war, maybe o, I \
.Apopka is determined to have Jectrie hold the, invader, until the volunteers I I called upon to serve in the land forces DANN'S.DEPARTMENT STORE. .. "
\ lights, whether by the city\ or by could be sufficiently .trained to allow j, of his countryIt is .therefore .,eryman' UNLEY.t; 'J \ f; .., *OLIVER'S' . 8UITATORIUM V .!
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private company. We are bound to them also to participate, as' without or boy s-duty asa good citizen .- COLE. :&: \ I!, I. Made to MeasureSQ.thee ( !
have lights. this training it would be .a crime to to. prepahiWlsel: 1q perform the Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes,
Turner, the little eon of Mr. and them and their families to send themto service with Credit to himself and the Jewelers and Optometrists 'Cleanlag. Pressing ant Repalrinf' :0'
Mrs. A. S. Eldredge, fell from a wa- I the front; also perhaps an irremediable greatest amount of benefit to his coun- Furnishings.5c .. Hats'Cleaned and Blocked .
gon one day last week and cut his loss to the nation. I therefore try. | C
head so badly that it was necessary I I plead for a systen'atic national school-. and lOc Store on Third :Floor. IK Broadway. Phono 6L / .

for Dr:, Carroll the attending physI- I mg in marksmanship. t WilY A STREAM OF ..
cian, to take two stitches to close the Modern wars areshort; they come WATER GETS SMALLER HUNTER LAND CO.
wound.H. i with little or no warning, and the first I I I C. F. DIBBLE &: SON V. R. ELLIS '
H. Witherington, president of the blows landed count enormously., Initi- 1
American Realty company, last week ative and aggressiveness are first principles Why does water flowing from a fau- Real Estate ... Electrical Contractor -
sold the new Central hotel, just com- and early victory is a moral cet get smaher the further the stream Fancy Groceries
pleted by M. T. Anderson, to Mrs. W. factor of immense import. I I falls Why does a stream of molasses Properties that Will Water and Light Collector i
C. Jones of Asheville, N. C. She will With intensive training a volunteer ''coming from a jug contract immediately -
furnish and'equip this hotel immediately is made into a fairly efficient soldier' below the mouth and come out Please. Phone 154. Phone 220 8 Darlington Avo.
and be ready to entertain the in six months. A good part of this I in such a fine stream, instead of in
guests who visit our city. time is necessary for the special train I the big stream that started? A streamof '
Meakin Moore is erecting a new ing of the officers and in perfectingthe water two feet in diameter diminishes It.( C. STANFORDCO._ ROSS GRAVES When Coming to the

house (bn Central avenue. His father, men in marksmanship. With offi-i to only two inches in. diameter Hardware Furniture, Stoves, DOLLAR LIMIT STOREDon't i .
cers already instructed and with a''' before it has dropped very far. Where, Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes,
G. A. Moore, has the contract and is "
Fail Bring Your' Small
then, does all the water to?
powerful and adequate force of militia go Agricultural ement., i
the This is
wprk. another '
Mperintending I Change. Your Dimes Last' '
The explanation lies in the greater
for Apopka. reserves already- familiar with -the. Furnishings and
improvement velocity of water it falls Building Material, Like Dollars.. Six Rolls
o. use of the rifle, the six months as ayea '.
The American Realty company sold could in all probability be cut in half. writer in the World Magazine. A pipeof 10e Toilet P..lorUcwa -- -
last week for C. W. Bidwell his jrop- This difference of three months might a certain size will transmit any Notions.DUTTONHARRIS. Paints, Oils, Etc Purson Kall1e,. .
erty lying northeast of town, an and probably would mean the differ- number of gallons a minute if 'the
two building lots in town, to Messrs. ence between success and a very great speed of flow be increased or decreased. -
i Abed and Edward Mitzel of Ohio. prolongation of war, possibly even The faster the speed the more CO. WENNER-SAWYER ERNEST L. GREEN

They will probably improve the prop- failure, as in that length of time, due water delivered per minute or per see-
erty at once. \ ond. Now from Sign Writer and Decorative '
to any one of many causes, the line water coming a faucet -
has the lumber the starts with slow Shoes Books and Stationery Painter {
Harry Clark on of resisting troops may give way. It a very velocity,
ground to erect a new residence on is our duty as citizens to provide consequently only a few gallons are M
Orange street, and work of building against just such emergencies. transmitted per second, therefore the '
". 106 Broadway. 26 Broadway.Get .
Phoa. 283.
will be started at once. Up to the present time, hpwever,1 stream has a wide area of cross-_ i
l As soon as the report was circulated no definite and satisfactory program tion. As velocity increases on falling, '
s'- that Apopka was to bond the has been inaugurated, and rifle prac- number of gallons per second trans KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO; '
town for municipal improvements the tise, except in the military and naval mitted has to remain same as before, Your Candles Fresh From the ARTISTIC JOB PRINTING .'
A. C. L. Ry. officials i issued orders to forces, is now unfortunately almost a because only a certain number come out CANDY KITCHEN t
lost art in nation that at time second and certainly that number Everything for the Home.E .
i dispense with the old dilapidated passenger a one every The Best\that Man and Machinery
coaches on the line between stood and took pride in standing, pre is transmitted at every cross-sec 23
r' Apopka and Kissimmee and replace eminently first. tion every.t second, otherwise there O. Garland. Can Do. ,.
I them with modern, up-to-date coaches. Universal military service, would be either a hump or a break in .
'I; See the effect of a forward movement practicable in ,some European Whll&j the stream. As a constant number of Manager.KISSIMMEE C-'Howe, Prop. The Valley Gazette.
\:1 the part of the city ? tries, is foreign to the traditions gallons is transmitted and as the velocity ''
kMrs. policy of the united States. Thesys increases the size of the jet # r
Milton Rhodes and three chil- LUMBER CO.
week with her tem of military preparation must get smaller to accommodate it to Year ad la this Space will Coot To LET US FIGURE WITH YOU JOn '
dren after spending a
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( best the speed. At an infinite velocity the
in Switzerland is considered the
mother, Mrs. A. J. Walker, here, have I stream would be zero in diameter. ONLY f l'.00 PER MONTHIn '
their home at Moultree Ga. and most practicable model for That Next J
to Wholesale: and Retail Order of Printing
gone Many natural phenomena demon-
follow. has shooting ,
Mrs. Walker accompanied them homefor Switzerland 3,600 the Oldest and.Most Widely
short stay. societies with1 a total membershipof state the above facts. WaterfaUs, for Read Newspaper in the KM* Ours is the Better Sort.
a 214,000. A close study of their system instance get smaller the farther they simmee Valley District.
L. D. Geiger spent last Tuesday in is well worth the effort and is fall. and sometimes reach the bottomin Phone 21. The Valley Gazette. '" "
Orlando on a business trip. recommended to those' interested. Ifa the form of spray' This fact is

!. Miss Luca was shopping in Orlandoone similar policy were adopted in this due, however, to the resistance of the F. H. LAWSON ."-
day last week. country we would, with our population air. Geysers, as the water gets slower Don't Overlook the GOOD PRINTING I. i'/
Mr., and Mrs. 'Alfred Eldredge of muster a force of about five million going up, have a continually: increas-.,
Apopka received cards from President trained marksmen tog stream as they ascend and the VARIETY STORE Depends on,the Man and Egaipmait '
largest diameter is at the of the Cash Store ...
and )In.-Wilson announcing marriage France, with governmental aid, top.
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';. of.their daughter, Miss Eleanor, teaches rifle shooting In the primary pout.. f KOI.Broadway .. "We' Hare the Best of,BetJaI "
.1,to*Wm.,G. McAdoo, secretary of the schools, to,boys of ten yean,of.aee The stream of molasses pouring .
:, '.treasury". Mrs. Eldredge was a schoolmate' and upwards. In' Italy -the depart from a Jug contracts just below the 1* Brood, way. J: E. MnOennlx.; Prop.. The Valley GasettevSTATEMENTS. , '. ,
:'F of Miss Wilson and was kindly meats of J..t"anct;education-cooperate urfnc_ itor this T" __ r
to attend force tries to squeevo the liquid: "int I ,. --- -- ,
this 0- X
remembered! by beinaInTited in teachinaand include secondary NOTE HEADflt!>i
Abe wedding. '.. ..cboola..e Australia has 40,000 the smallest sps".t possible for.the ,, W.:.B., MAKINSON CO BROADWAY FISH MARKET .. .
; ';$ ?- : -. schoolboys organized as 'cadet companies "outside surface and that Is, of course, ' .. .. .' DID Honda Loiter: He.da'Baslisu, ,
) '. n.: A good remedy for a'c ac ta'toput thai receive(arnur and ammunition cylindrical a ircle.> Soothe'almost immedlately.afterIt :stream becomes .na '.wsxe.CrtW.Bat"; .i ? 1t1'IIrMcIWDY. >1 [ .'.and VleUn Cards Promptly ,
t Jemon< ,into,boWnlr'water.r >Boil it 'free/-Canada: has'activate donation ]avu the month, of ' ;.rl. I ;*, +sr . -JI -f.>..:fi .J t '; Executed.Drop . ,,
the.jag.4.bEiren .
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tn to Seo Us.'
hour.e. .Then of. $ieo,000'for encouragement \ ,e"" :
. .. fon a quarter of an : > pressi 1 J t. eip1 '4 1 beio 27fhf. 9rt
"" the of military training: and rifle practise. 1 ) I' .it adnr, .jt.. /I- '
out'tbe pulp into a Jar removing ; .. . ,, .. C.
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"f\i with ..!J In,the'Unl ted f States'exclusive" of the'leoloringpof'tbe"pme.Q \ \, Ntty;
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_a.gnsxwrofapoundof: 'honey.-Take those hi the-military or naval services, day are old fashioned eapedaQr those I < + = = "" .

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nd and no' punishment prescribed NOTICE i I FOR MEMBER HOUSE'OP'RPRm'

t the statutes .'would be 'too."severe FLORIDA. '" ,8ENTATIVES.' STATE OR _
HORRIBLEs o mete out to them. S. { SOME Notice la ...hereby, given that ,the "ot.o-.III'-: 'described lands, or ,mo muck FLORIDA.-'
Unless something is 'done to check thereof M will be ieoe.sary .to pay the' amiAint due for 'pedal ..dralna-. .* I hereby ,
announce myself as a.. eandldate -
ta.... levied under the prorlelone of Chapter .4111. SessIon L we of 111. liere ,
heinous, crimes as this the shame: in act eame, toc th e with the of euch eale and tulver'tiling :to represent Osceola county in
of it willbe a stigma upon the fair, S :ftr.o:1e'le auction = the t'r of Juno A." D. 1(14. In the house of representatives of the
the Continue MATRIMONIALROMANCING S Iront of the court house door at Kle.lmm County, of Oeceola- and State '
r name, of the state and city. Florida legislature subject to
MURDER the eo-' '
: _
tax assessment
of Florida 4 special drainage for. the' :year .18U: .
the hOnt until the. guilty one, ,js I. -S :. tion ef the democratic voters-: at the
i in the. clutches of justice.SHOUUrORGANIZE. -. -- -' ---" -- : ---- t/5, June primary S. J,.TRIPLET!. .'
V ; ,,
., ----ro- i ( . "" tol !re oJ FOR 1I1EMBER OF'THE HOUSE OF
--'- -- ; 01 Owner.
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i, t s12ogL
,_ COMMITTEDS ; :: B.initmpre..ed ,with the sincerity '.
S \" ---- many people throughout the
I All _____--.__________-___?,_____...... 1 87 84" 639 Southern ColonS county, who have

At St ; (iC'ontmnuedfrorn Page 1.) : Married At Fort Myers On All ____-_-_____--+:.!:.._.._______..______ 10 37 .34 S 61 Southern S Izittlon Colon--.....tS1.6 << a. candidate for urged representative me to. become . Q
Imatlon Co '(1.71 in the lower house of the legislature
how well people may be pleased with. All ______-_____ _________:__ ___.___ 12 ST JM 641 .SOUtheFflCOIOfl: and also being ambitious the, 'CIij.
( he location: they cannot establish a cation Co_...... serve a
Whole Community linnic> and improve their property with- First Sight All _-_______________-________________'__ 14 81 s 4 IUO Southern Colon people among' whom I have been rear- .,':'
i Imatlon Co- 81.67SI ed: I hereby announce myself as
I out employment of some kind but All h__ .- __ ___-_-__-___.___-____-____ IB 37 34 640. Southern ColonCo candidate for the position of ,'
--- I tvre. OplaiitUTiItIe| < are offered fer la- Izfttlon ___,u .67 representative
IM i I..oi I the fri"lti "f 1 he cities,.eanecial- 1-0\( : (, ( OUPLF. WEDDKIJ WHO All east of rh..ru___-_______________. 19 37* 34 680. Southern CoJonAll from Osceola county in the \
\MLRI( > Run 01or M. nun't-: S Icn tlon Co ___ 29.14 lower house of the legislature subject .
S ,
I ix in FluiKla. arc phenomenal and I II,All NEVER !MKT UNTIL JUST! ... .-. ________-nnn_______ 21 37 34 640 SouthernIxHtton ColonS to the nomination at the June ,
ST. PKTKISMU: !W. )J'lH I \ t ti ihcio I Inot. u i-,1" toda\ ill this failMiuthlam i S ____ 11.81 primary. ..
I is ia>Kint ) thaI""l'uhud; 'opportunities KF.I ORE CEKfcMO.NY WAS All -.. p. _____-____________.__n____ 22 37 34 640 Southern Colon PAT JOHNSTON. :.
.. IMIOMH'NCEI: IxMlon Co._ ._ 81.87 .
if will
Uiat c\-rl this" lie our people
: i. VKI t ALee |ll| -----------------------------------3 37 34 641 1 Southern ColonIzation KOI? MEMBER OF LEGISLATURE!:
onl"ak..n to the situation and take Co_.__ 82.71 ,
- a i1\, iitur( ,'+- the opportunity. that is j ('OUflty comes. to the front with' Ml _____u----- __.__-___________-____ 24 :37 84 *642 Southern Colon- I hereby announce myself as a can .
On of th<' man M.i .. kv"Il mii.'iiei-. no,,' \Knocking at our door and asking a hIt of lomance which, we clip fiom lEntlo Co____ 8277 didate for the legislature from Oa- tIo&-t'
, : ._ __ _ ._ ___ 2D 37 34 642 ,
mlntod All Southerixittlo Colon- eola
hm-- waktnitted and
.Ii. th --t u.uuuu county solicit the
: fur, ndmixsionJxt the I F.rl :M> cis I PPCHwhich: hav- :; _.__ support i'
I Co 66 19
al St IVU-rsKitg" U>t t kmimo '- ..\.(01 i ast this aside an idle j I."" c.i jnt\," IIIMK>' old court house All . ____ -___ _-_______.__m___ 2ti 37 34 41 Southern OolonPo of the democratic voters inthe June p\:;'.,
wtn person > ct unknown to thc, Ihou hl. 1'Ul call a meeting and dis1ius ii- t Uio ,.<.eiw :Mv/ >iiday afteinoon of a IzHtloi,, __ _: 65.09 primary. N. C. BRYAN.
"",,, rid took. the '.fc of W M lloone. n' tho businesslike ,UK' ftmufrh. djed-m-the-viool ro- All ____ ._ ________-__._ 27 37 34 ((140Ml SonI her Colon- '>:
? matter in a manner '
S Ir.atloSouther Co32.67 FOR
quirt and. inof>"*I" "id. ,Knllcnian. ) oft I andes what can lie done moore shor4U-; after the noon train mist! of, liver_ ___-___.uuu___ 2t!\ 37 34 6('" Colon- COUNTY COMMISSIONER, :
that ait) and her." throw his mutilated : The \ulley Gazette would he glad clinic in ourxty Judge Sumner uiiitedimiarriage ; lEatlon Co__ 30.65 DISTRICT NO. 2. 'S-S.:\;":
body In reiwrvoir, 'Ukr. right in the who hud Ml ,mat of il\ir., _ .. -- _n____-_IL33 37 34 62O Southern Colonization 1 hereby announce myself .-
couple candidate
t to ha\c expression from our liusinetis a young Co.___ 62.87 a "
heart of the city ] men touching", upon this subject, as it in \'el met until I they -aw each other a All n ___ _____uuu S ___ 3E 37 34 640 Southern ColonS for the office of county commllt;
The last lime .Houne was seen by surely la. of vital interest to each one. IVw< minute1, hefoie at the railway tatldll Izatlon _.__ 64.99 Honor from District No. 2, and soUcti ,,
anyone w..:3 on Tue .d..> nighl., When and offered !I . .\It rust nf \.r.------------------ 1. *7 33 35OMl Southern Colon- the vote of al' democrats the primary -' '
suggestions might \
any ____ '
tziitlon Co 18 03 1\
llou after !'
he left his boiiidinir -e sup tend to bring the matter more forceful I 'I'I'll. |I'.tl" interested I were MI.SH l-r..IlonNI ted 1"nMtlr..d- to be held June 2, :I9Y4. "
per saying he had an engagement | f I liefore people Iet' not miss Susie Auiiett \VauchuIa and C. ArIhui E. L. OVERSTREEf: ',;.)

with a man in town III' failed to return -| t tlu>.}opportunity our of a !lifetime to startout :: Kuklalicf of !Marco They had I I i.iHt:: of il\i 1.- .. _ -,_____________:..____S 11 I 37 :13 400Ml ,( Sou Izatlon thorn Co<"olon-___ 20.5S ,,r-i,

but nothing mud was thought of county and < it>' on the highway to1>I hero mm' ucqudinUil through mutual S ftaitlonal -_ __-_-_ ________-_*-- JI: 37 S3 '29Ml Southern Colon- FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER '!I'.
that al< he had planned to K" to Tarn -tiC. ( "s friendand, all of their courtship had IZR lion Co_._.. 15.80 DISTRICT NO. 3. '1
pa. alit! t the family with whom he I lii-eii? i ai,'"nod on l IW '.olr..p"nd.'lIee.. HBI' nf ilv.r ..' __a._ n_ 14 .17 .13 320 Southern ColonIzallon 1 hereby announce myself I
as a candidate ;
.r boarded thought pi-ihiips; he" )hud 1 jronf | Acroiding- tho plan the young S\II""H.r'I\, i i --- :-I I 17 i 33! 1HO Soul li..riiIzdt Colon- for rc-clcction on the board of .
: there. THE SOUTH ftORIDAI j bn, uk> (1<.cl. vOi<> "i- only eighteen years Ion COn_ 8.43 Bounty commissioners from District 'J

Friday ufteinoon ni" Ixxly was I mild) waI to tome I in on the noon train 1\:o. 3, and solicit the votes of all demo- 1
Lh- found floating in resI.rVI r lukr nuht PRESS ASSOCIATION i iI ii[ finn \\au< hula ;Monday/ In, order to . 'i'uX o-"I\f."I..' ..r rI.("..,., nit BANIJY l" Count, \ ciats at the primary to be held June '!f
in the heart of the ;cih. and within idcnlif much other, eaTK'ajf ted to 2t"'>. A. F. BAS3. 1
hundred arda. of the" S i I --- -- ---. ij
one > pumpincutation weui a how of. i red iilibouI - .
and wfen taken from the wa- Iter.reveal..d I -I I ho new-M 1 thing in the way (Of |I Monday' nioininjf, accompanied liyt I ,NO'IK i': OK I-KIM tlO ',::1.10.1(1". FOR COUNTY- .

the fact that thinliullct I I jnc''- 01 (fani/nt ion in I'londrf ithe hiv Parelli.'il, ;' i. unit :Mrs' KoeKi. Kuk- NO SECOND CHOICE TREASURE, :
hole penetrated his head. I and his South Flo..dll. I 1'iexs as...oriHtlon. uhicl j land, the groom-elect ame. up from I I Ill,i |llll Mllll, ,III I I llf till, |tl "\ lHl4.MK ..r the Deeply grateful for the honor wHich "
I ,
'; throat was' cut almost fiom c-ai I- to t t'al.I ua organized/ :al t 'lanipa' l<<-tt 1 Saturl.ij !Maico Shortlv ln-foie the noon train UNLESS THERE ARE 5i, \ct', 'tlciriH..r ,.Inn.. Miillee-, t13.! IH .uululliiu I"....>li\ ,jilen primal that fererd the democrats of Osceola county con- 'If

the jugulur xein l>cMiif sc\en-d, and '. I was (due hey grouped themselves on t |>ilmiiiiltctlon, l will l ln. I 1t.ltI, I In each on me by electing me to the flit
: also the artery ill the left wiist was '{ he nw"tll1j1" ( ailcil foi the purPOMI the station platform and the young election. prc-clnot I I In "",',ola rovintv oil office of county treasurer two years
Jn circular lust received from the tl'",- 'first' Tuesday. after the' firm Moncl ago and assuring them that "
of getting the I
severed. \ l togethoi( in mattc'i man making a I hiave> showing of his a I In June. .. greatly '
The ifiewfionicdif>( ovi-r>' natrually of subscriptions and other advantage I .led I ribbon bow awaited with mote or l Hon. II. Clay Crawford, secretary of of Jiini. A I earn.h1). I 1914. tng lit thi which HI roncl tim day In appreciate it, I hereby announce mytell' 5 '

/ threw the whole city into a state of t hat might could would and should I l-ss ,impatience the .coming{ of his fair state, giving instructions to inspectors th,. several precincts tin electors ciual- as a candidate for re-election and 4.
excitement and every clew! that could accrue to evry mkn in the business.piovided one. for the coming primary, a new rulings Illicl.l nlaotc. therein. for their choice can only promise if
be thought of hu< Ix-en run down )but he is willing( to adopt something Judge. ijumiiei! scented romance in i made by which where three or four I I l\of c mc-ntlonc.anillclatc t .i. IIH for follow tin, oft I,I,'(5* i 5'.HI..t 11\'c- elected thafl will continue to perfonS ,

as yet no one has I licen apprehended like business. methods in the aHmimstiution ,the ail iind being a little wiser in the candidates are I'unningtwo of whomare ).'or United 1 StuliB. .senaim -On,. the -duties devolving upon aie to the 1
who could be connected l in any way of his ufTans There is WHJS of metiopoiitan, life, awaited de- to be elected there will be no second t I KOI rcpi-.s.-I 01 I l\ i, I In. I.MIUI.MB1'ouilh bc-st of my ability.

with the crime. no ifaym why the men of ihe fraternity \elopmenl farther down the track 1 choice but the tallying; will proceed 1 rommlHiclom onKK-Hslonul I 'i I' dlictilit of Alollc l OneKor lut n rc> S. L. LUPFER.FOR .
It is the opinion of everyone that I should not hang together in the I where the tram usually, htops By and as in ordinary elections. There II.!.. -

the crime wan committed elsewhere matter of prices, not only for subscriptions by he saw a pretty young girl alight, will be no second choice votes unless" Two.Kol Juutlic' uf Hi*, suJ.rvocoo ri--- SCHOOL COMMISSIONER,

4 and the body brought there and hut for advertising job wearing conspicuously a bright; red there are five or more candidates. This ,lit,. v member of ( I hi )houxi. of leiueHintallxen -- JSTRICT NO. Z. l t
: thrown in, as no "nfn-< of any scuffle printing and whatever else may be how. He introduced himself and then will not apply to the race for representative 1 e >ne' I hereby announce myself
were to be Been anywhere about the iia ndled by them and thus prevent I gallantly led her around and introduced in this county as we only For countaHKi. .HHIII of tiixiH- One. for member of the school a candidate .
Kor '
oil board
tux 'torfine I '
'- lake and every inch of I the ground was hanging! separate! as one of thorn her to her future husband who elect one candidate and second choice lor ioun1In i nan,'. r--- tI mKor from District No. 2. subject to the
gone over thoroughly to try to locate has so facetiously put it by digging up was about to leave the station in despair will be counted c-ountN rommlsHloiii-i, HlKtrlcl tion of the primary to be held June ae-
ome sign or some clue. something really nevv, or that was new thinking his sweetheart had not 4. < No 1-One.Kor 1914. WALTER BRONSON. 2. '\\.10

After the police department had a few hundred years ago* The South kept faith. MEMORIAL' SERMON No 2. -.One county. rominlimloner District a R

.,, about given up in despair W. R. Itol-' Press association should be a The young couple looked each other I AT CHRISTIAN CHURCHSUNDAY )For county <'omll1l..lo.wl'. I>l trlct FOR COUNTY ..'
I land of the leading attorneys of from I No. 3-One. COMMISSIONER.
one the
howling success very begin over, were mutually satisfied and then MORNING Kor I
Pinedas county came to the assistance ning.. The howling is already and has the party repaired to Judge Sumner's No. 4--One count. ojiimliiHloner. Dlntrlrt hereby announce myself a candidate -

and has taken charge of the in. b lotig been established and nothing now I office, where .-the ceremony was per The annual memorial sermon will tin"' 0Cn0eUnU- 'mmlii..loner. District District for county commissioner fram. .;.

vestigation. A reward of perhaps remains but to reach out and annex: formed. Mr Kirkland took his bride be delivered at the Christian church Kor{* member NO.4, subject to .the democratic : t"

$1,000 has been made up for the arrest the BUCCC88 I at once to hi home! at Marco. next Sunday morning by the pastor, No 1 -One. itchool- board DIstrict primary. .;'1
and conviction of the guilty one Here is hoping the new organization Rev. A. M. Chieholm, before the G. A. Kor member school hoard. niatrlct W. R. GODWIN. "
and with the assistance of County Solicitor will I succeed as it deserves to do. No.. 2.-One\.
l. post. .
KISs MMfE ii MneMiibe-r nrhool boaid Oltetrlct FOR COUNTY
5 Rowland backing up the cor II ORMONDt The church will be decorated for No 3--( )ne COMMISSIONER, ,
oner's jury and the police department occasion in a suitable manner and Kor supervIsor n-RlBtratlcin; ,' DlSTnlCT NO 2. t :

-'. .. f.J it la hoped that the guilty parties may GOT INTO WRONG AND DAYTONA those who attend will doubtless be For For state .t'omlOll1..mltn-l.II.. I hereby announce myself as a Ca'n- .

yet be brought to justice. I amply repaid by hearinathe: sermon No 1-One county. committeeman District didate for the office of county commis ....

When Attorney Rowland took the BED BUT LATER All at Orlando. which will be delivered.The For connl> ,'nnimlt, teetnan IHfctrlct sioner of Osceola county from District '

Investigation in hand he is quoted as ; ,I Three large touring ca.1I were public is cordially invited to at- fjo li-OneFor ccuntconnttteensi. District No. 2. and solicit the vote of every j.;

saying: "This man Boone was mur standing at the San Juan hotel at the tend. 1010.On.... democrat at-the polls in the primary t
dered. His mprderer can be found FOUND HIS OWNHUSKY ;i noon hour, and investigation revealed l-e'r countLommltteemaii District to be held Jane 2, 1914. .

;5 and it is our business to find the guilty the fact that Kissimmee, Ormond and EPISCOPAL CHURCH. No J For 4 .One countv. commltteenian' District R. L. LANIER. ''. .

party. in taking charge of this investigation I Daytona was well represented here No I.-One. - :- 4.
', I want it understood that I CITIZEN THOUGHT UK today. The party from KUsimmee is Last night, at 8 o'clock, the Rt. Rev. For douuty commltteeman District .FOR MEMBER BOARD OF COUNTY
.m' to-handle it in own and Cameron my way WAS "AT nOME; BUT FOUND Mm. W. B Crawford. Miss Vivian QISTRIC'i'No. I
For county conimllteeman District 'tl
that I "m to have the co-operation of OUT IT WAS ONLY HIS Lee Miss Mildred kLee, Mr. James dlogcese, administered the apostolic No. 7 -One?. . S. :
A the coroner, the jury and the city and Miller and Mr. E. D. Katz. Those sacrament of confirmation to eleven for county commltteeman. District l her.b/.C"0"' 0* myself I as ea'n.
i 4 county officers. MIND.ININOT candidates. It was a beautiful serv No. 8-0.*. / didate '
from Daytona are Mr. and Mi'.. R. E. inspectors. /and clerk. the office of member of the
are hereby !
'"I to to the bottom of this HIMSELF. I ice. The church edifice itself appolntvd Board
intend was of
& go Stevens, Miss Ellen Carlson and Mr. very .to eferve at said primary election County Comml.aloners frOm ".
a mystery. There are slim.clues which J. A. Stevens the latter registering: prettily decorated for the Feast of the for thev 'various electloa district Dllltrict No. 3, and solicit the votes of .
have been investfgated and there are Ascension. Palms and flowers were in aa follows: all democrata' '
: Pompey Alderman, a colored man I from Del.andThe at the '
party from Or- Precinct Na. 1-O. W. Ashton H N primary to be \1
others which are xet to be gone into. about thirty years of age who "it S mond-by-the-sea is composed of Mr. abundance. The processional hymnwas Hrntton. "IS (I Ifanklns. ..1lOS upfe'r held June 2, 1914. f,

.., Everything which has a bearing on seeing had taken on a little too much and !Mr'i\ J. A. Riler. Miss Lucy Riley, "Our Blesesd Redeemer e'er He clerk) I/ J. BLACKWELL.. :
I the case will be probed and I hope to liquor Wednesday afternoon strolledup l Mreuthed His Tender Last' Farewell." PrecliiPt/Nii/ 2-John ft.. Hroiison. FII A
and Mewsrs L B. and I>. B Knox.- .
TlnerV/ I
be able to fix the guilt where it belongs. the railroad about a mile north of Thursday Reporter-Star. The Rev. W. II. Ball (priest in charge) Hremson., 41i.nkl'reeinrf Moseloy' George C FOR MEMBER BOARD OF COUNTY "

the depot wheie he decided that he read the "preface" and Scripture authority No. 8-John lironnon. Milt COM MISSION ERS, DISTRICT
tt "The murder of a man in the very was safely ouf of leach of Chief Ty- for the service. Then the can- Hr>'an. I I'II Kanler J Alex.. Bronson NO. 6.I it

heart of St..Petersburg is a blot on the son, so he Hat down upon the track I didates knelt one by one on the chan clerk ITccln/t// No 4-r. 10 MOl R.n.; ISdd hereby announce myself a candidate .1i'"
name of the city and the county. The and forgot to put out a flagman and cel step. The bishop sitting in his (Oi'oriceT N Karr. J Htarr .Anderson, for re-e'ectlon' as a member of

murderer is somewhere that is cer t before he had finished. his afternoon LICE? chair laid both hands on. each cantli-: clerk I'ree/nct the board of county: commissioners ,
No S W II Nettlen I'eteKnillerson
tainanditisuptouat-ofind him." nap the tram happened to come along; I hc lice oucston it quii.ttbCtIcd date "severally," after which they I J. II -Its- tCk. J It I Doneuan from District Nt). 6> subject to the j
f Mr. Boone was a ntaiye of Kentucky. and without his knowledge or consent; .1 ).iU dui >ou IaI. ,,ii, paused and knelt at the communion I ClerkPlec will of the democratic voters at the

.. his home being"al" Versailles, wher he proceeded to butt him off the track rail till all were confirmed then the I i tic. KrankJodwln.:: 'liic t r'J'S 6 ,.k J 11f.\l Halnden':. H H liik Per; : primary to be held June 2, 1914.
Conkey's Lice Powder .
) lived for many years 'The following Al .4 message came from his home town: to the office of a physician whcdreied lt ,5aIc, quL and eureS5iie rubric' and specially addresesci them. C \\'right: Grover Chandler'. K I Ineterhl.ll FOR

"Versailles, Ky., May 18.-William his wounds and bandaged him }OUr p..UiIr) prolim, bcc.u'... 't Returning to their seats the bishop I Precinct. clerk No. 8-H. U Eans.. <>TOM.rTlndall I Hereby COMMISSIONER. t
M. Boone who was murdered in St. up and he "as sent out to his home at Kills the preached a most instructive and helpful Ii H Hull. FV Mill) clerk date for announce myself a candI- ,
t Petersburg last week has \liv>d in this :Mi.Clam to recover and meditate upon Lice sermon on our Lord's ascension. In witness where-of we hereunto Mil re-election as county <<:om"j

community practically all his life und the advisability of taking bed of u I I Doesn't Harm Chickens The service was brought to a fitting : our I ha flits find, seal I ISeal .. missioner from district No 1. 7
l 1C J LESLEY pd
,. 4 was known favorably for his. quiet. I railway track for sleeping; purposes I Pnrc 2SFo < -t peaceable and inoffensive disposition. during business Kours itw meet rtur tile.. .n ..... .ratl*. by Declaration that "The Church's One ; J 1*.\lOVKHHTIlKETClerk FOR .
4: ,. So far as is known he was never durIng -- I day I.-md....prr...,>. "on"""' chuArn...... t n glit." ap *} Foundation is Jesus Christ, Our Lord." Circuit Court.Osceota COMMISSIONER. -/. j
his long residence here involved C k Following is a list of those confirmed County zi-2t! 1 hereby
Q '
.h SUNDAY SCHOOL >nkey'. Lice Liquid -- announce myself a candI- .
; in any difficulty with his neighbors. I : Madame Clay Johnson Sr., S. date for county commissioner .
It is not believed that a vengeful motive" .Ckwn...., htH.s..m"."..,f Sm(>KOo r.-..,trt.,.c'Q Quirt 35 _ _ Porter Misses Porter Singletary, Bui- HEALTH HINTS District No. 6. and solicit the support ,
could be developed from any of CONVENTION for the. dradly hrd k..* MC S l loch, Carr and Messrs. Bob Bulloch. of tho voters for that office. ;

hi. asosciatlons or actions m. this sec DONKEY'S HEAD UCE Ned Bulloch, Dick Bulloch Roy Carr I Experts tell us that tuberculosis is Pd DE WILTON ALDERMAN.
II' tion. OINTMENT and Henry Singletary all of which are probably always caught first in child- '.,
4 .' "Boone was a prosperous farmer J-'IKST I1APTiT tHTRCH. KlSSIVt- u.: .."... ...a dnrwi, I..... rh rik. |0Md expected to make their first communion hood. It is caught by breathing dust FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARb 1!
this cl'l' his ,life 'till he <<.n."n... 'tmk if thctcOs i Sunday next. indoors. by drinking milk of tubercular DISTRICT
)I j near place : i.t) 2H. 1911. w. d. -"'" _ NO. 1, ,
.-d to Florida for the benefit the mov-1 .Th.G I. c..Io.,c...a.-.._ cows. Grown people do not I hereby announce myself candI-

might work on his health Ills murder Tl.t-m?: Forward.Motto: Unity EPWORTH LEAGUE PROGRAM. oatch it from milk or rarely. but chir- date for "-"w-110" as a member of :\

was a great shock to this community. of Spirit irt Bonds of Peace. ] The members -of---the-- EpVoth' Leagueof dren often do. Grown people probably the school board from District No. 1, .q

"Miss Corrinne Boone the sixteen- Afternoon-ChairmanV.. H. Jones i ceo la Pharmacy the Methodist church will have never get sick of it unless they and ask the democrats of OiceoU ,.
;ye 'r-old and only daughter of the PreHiding. charge.of the evening church service have caught it in childhood. But children County for their voles at the primaiy .

dead man, who lives with her grandparents 2:OO-Song and devotional services i i next Sunday in the ,absence of the catch it very .easily. Many of' on June 2, 1914. W. C. BASS. .
; here, Is almost prostrated by -Or A J. liolt2:15"Ommceola ,! at 7:30: o'clock. them die of it, or when they do not FOR

the news of the tragic death of her : County for Christ I] pastor The following has been arranged die they carry the little spots of it MEMREiThHOOL BOARD. ,

,. !'i._ father. She returned from Florida Through Our Sunday School-Rev., I' and a ,'cordial program invitation is extended hidden away in their bodies ready to I hereby announce-myself : .,
bout eight weeks ago. S. W. Lawler. make them sick later on. date a candU i.t.
: : to all\ t. attend: member ot the '
p "The dead man Is survived by one 0"The:: Sunday School for Every $ $ $ $ $ Song, "Onward Christian Soldiers", And stiU we keep on sweeping 'with I from District No.8. and school board ?\

brother John G. Boone who resides Person"-Mrs. A. S. Nelson. V' Congregation.Scriptrue dry brooms and dusting with dry support of the voters solicit tae I....
here, Mrii. W. M. Boone died! about 2:45: --General discussion of both reading Leader. dusters-even our homes and our: ty at the Osceola COun- .. >
Saved a' approaching
by purchasing primary
school Let in
sunbeam after
usc yeai'a &8'0-' topic in three-minute speeches. I IIt rooms. a
S The Lexington Herald makes the : :OO-Song. I I Prayer. "Devotional and Spiritual you have swept that way and let it B. H. GUY .. ,;

: following mention of him, which shows 3:10: -"Teacher's, Requirements". '! Select Home Work"Addrea."J-Miss Ruth Clark. show you the dust you have whirled FOR COUNTYTAX ::

S ffr. standing of the man in Kentucky: Rev. W. L. Hackett. I I Choice Farm Song-Four Junior Leaguers. up for your children to breathe. i beg to ASSESSOR. ;>i
announce r.
to the
l "Lexington, Ky., May 18.-W. M. '*:'!I"Stopping the leak; or, the Address, "Mercy and Help Work"Cecelia PUBLIC HEALTH COM., FLA. Osceola county that I voters of
S Boone the man who was murdered in 'Teer Age"-Revs. ,A. H. Chi?holln' I, Vacant Lot Overstroet. FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S for office of tax am a candidate q

yf fit. Petersburg last week was in the and 1(. C. Weidler. or- Song, "Help Somebody 'Today"Congreptlon. CLUBS.Announcements. the action of the democratic assessor, subject to :

.: nursery business near Here for sometime 3:45: ; -Reports from schools Appointment and will appreciate primary i
II. was in moderate I of committees. I AcreageAtkMrs. your support. ',
''S circumj j on nomination Solo-Mla. Lillian Prentls. W.M. FERRELL. :
- 'm ..tances and was highly respected by of officers for county association Address "Social and Literary S

S *ll. He practically spent his entire' and resolutions. Summers Work"-Miss J Helen Jones. FOR AX ASSESSOR.'I..
Iif. In this vicinity, and has a S 4:OO-Song. Christ" I
brotherS j Song, "Loyalty. to -Congre FOR COUNTY; COMMISSIONER. hereby announce candidacy for .
I residing at Versailles. There 4:no-"The International Work"- i of the Elite Realty Parlor' 608 gation.Address. I hereby announce myself.. a candidate re-election for the position roy of tax ,iS-
s been a whisper: against him and ifhe Secretary A. B. Brown and Rev. R. C. S < Work" Mrs. as- r
er Penfleld street .South KlsslmA. "Missionary for re-election to the office of s" iwr in and for Osceola county.- "\
ever had any trouble in this sectionS L Weidler. S L. U. Zimmerman. I fully "
county commissioner from District No. appreciate! the l<
support given "I
S ,
; S one remembers it. 4:25---"How to T>eepen Consecration Song "Rescue the Perishing"-CongregaUon. flle by the
2vand solicit the support of the democratic cltlztns of the
nursery to tM A. choice 40 of citrus'. county in : r.
i _Mr. Boone was representing a Work"-Hon. C. A. Carson acres voters of Osceola in the past.and If
In St. P.tenburawbel'f' he had 4:45 Recess to'7:30.: land bordering oa a beautiful. < Reading-Miss Helen B.... .- : primary June'2 1914U. county the Impartial and re-elected. promis. the'same j t
S "made hI. home for the past six yean. Supper will be served by the ladiea ; ; lake. A' rare bargain. Violin duet-Misses Jones and Prentls. RAYMONDV. LANIER. of the duties of the fearless office discharge. .. jf y:(
: since $the., death of his wife. and was-I in the lawn of the Presbyterian churchat ' 5, S : } {
'wwlt and favorably known to the writ- 6::30, tot which tickets will be provided , For "nt-a nf w 5-room pIs.te <' In the 'ibsence of the pastor there I L BARBER.' I +

A '.f.;who--wa$-'Shocked ,tolearn of the at ten cents each. > bungalow; "flowinr: w U will be no services at the Methodist FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER DIS FOR MEMBER ',1;:
:r UsUrdly..:fool .murder.of jwI", ""*"; !1 Eveni.g&essM7:30Song .; 0- ; large..Jot, ; suttaWe for a .card.n.t church next Sunday morning. The TRICT -4O. Z.I ECUTIVE DEMOCRATIC EX.S ,

rr. <; ._ tve and innocent-man who would not;J and devotional service' Epworth .League wtU"have charge of r' hereby announce myself a candi -1 COMMII7EE. 1.1'! t

I 'f ,Jam. any liMe taingj but who would; :50-r-Reports: of committees. Nora $S $ $ $ $1 the services sit the evening hour and I date for,member of board I dernocratie awe candidate for member of the"; I ,\

,1-, ; out of his way to ifsjnd.pyonItr. m; .nations.. icesolutlons.The.stiftb.progrsn5: ' ?; ; e ; will render aor excellent propam.Thefjbllc from) District No. 2. and solicit ,the I Precinct No.uecaU.., COIIUDittee-tnma' ,

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