Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: April 14, 1916
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: VID00746
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: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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HE: AN: GREATER! BUT EVEN:/ Efforts are now being made to- : iii ..r. acount of the Florida Press Association TRIP. TO ST. CLOUD

LESS!; AFTER THE "'mST'EAIt form a baseball league 'among the there will be no meeting: of FOR FUNCTIONS ARRANGED
THAN UNDER: / /: PRESENT; :'; 1 DIRECT cities of South Florida. Already -< cr." the Board of Trade tonight. I THERE JACKSONVILLE AFTER ;i'

TAXATION:' PLAN. Tampa, Lakeland, Bartow Winter I However, an important meeting of THE MEETING FOR :NEXTYEAR. .;

Haven and Clearwater have agreedto II.I. the organization will be held next I .
Tomorrow! ( Saturday) the voters. .have teams in the league and the I Tuesday night at 7:40: o'clock in the
of all of Osceola county except the other citU-H now want Kissimee to I , I city council chamber. All members I With publishers l.editors and allied

Third Commissioner's district will make the needed other city for a'' and) business men generally are urged -I craftsmen from every section of the

vote upon the proposed special} road t !six-club circuit. I. A a s. .! to attend this meeting as there I state in attendance, the 1916 annual

and bridge district and $2.: ;,O.OOO< in c. M. Bishop, who travels for the ; y : I are several important mutters to l be meeting of the Florida State Press C

bonds, to build good' ( roads. I firm of Knight & Wall of Tampa, considered. Many of the subjects to Association convened Thursday

I'he 1'1111"11'1] load in the )proponed 1 was in tlw city this week in the in- be discussed are of vital importance i morning at 1 1\ o'clock in the Gray- ,

di-lru't'), lull be the connection link i I iu-rest of the plan. Mr. Bishop culled to the city and as many as possible stone '-t'usino, for. u three days' ses

of the Iii',,,to Highway hone Kissini-, on ii number of baseball enthusiasts should attend. sion.
m c to join tin- load I through St. I I of th. city and aroused, considerable( Members from every part ;of Florida i

('11nuI' ( to the cast coast and the, main :.cjlthusm.-in in the plan. I PARTY MAKES AUTO are pouring in on every train

Hive I >, Ilighuny 1'ioni Kissinimue, to''; Edgar! Katz I is, in charge! of the II into Kissimmec and it is expected :

(bi- 1'olk county III"' movement' heic and has been spending I j I that by tonight the largest. attendance -
',in (proposition, the honor/ and, several days( calling upon busii w TRIP ACROSS STATE that ever witnessed a gatheringof

r< |>alum i of< 'ola, : county \vhirh :i (''''''' men ond others with regard to 0'1'11.1 the association in its thirtysevenyears

hi., always been marked( by progres-i supporting a team in the league. It I { :NUMBER OF EDITORS: AND: of continuous existence, will be

siNrness.. I is iit "In h(*. The voters: inthi ''is the plan to play two j'aml"0 I'll j| ERS COME THROUGH( ; I IN: ".est'n t.

"- election! Luc the qualified! free- week in each cities of the league. AUTOS FROM( MELBOURNE\ The people of Kissimmec gave over

,- ,0 'holders and they I
'' of the county sufficiently at city to employ no more than DEER: .PARK/ AND ST. CLOUD a royal reception accorded them at .

I hfiirt to cast their ballots in favor'three players, all the rest )being required I IN: EXCELLENT SIIA.... the opening of the convention. A
,il lu bond plan.It to be home talent. : I program of entertainment that will

,. has been repeatedly shown that A meeting will be held in Bartow I Several East Coast editors and keep the editors on thego every '.

the 'bond plan of )building roads! will Sunday to complete the preliminary 'others made the trip to the Press Association minute they arc not in business session

reduce taxes instead of increasingthem. organization: of the league and a rep- I PRESIDENT CODRINGTON MAKES HIS \ meeting here by automobile has been arranged. The first I

In order to have-this argument renentative of Kissimmee may attend. from Melbourne on Wednesday.The of these entertainments was in the

fresh in the minds of the voters, it, trip was made over the new rgad shape of an automobile ride to St.
a is gfven again. 04404444400444444 ANNUAL REPORT TO PRESS MEETING through Deer Park, Ashton and St. I Cloud, the G. A. R. city, Thursday t .

!Under the special state law Oaceola 4 0 Cloud. They declared the road which !afternoon. In order to bo able to.
,,' county'asaeased seven mills\ for hard- Capt. L. R. Farmer is building with !make this trip, the two sessions,
4 COUNTY. JUDGE'S COURT 4 President Chris. O. Codrington, of Ida, with one exception, endorsed my
; surfaced roads last year.. On a valuation 0 his convict gang to be better now 'morning and afternoon, scheduled for
; of $5,720,667 that fund amounU 44044400940000000Judge 4 tho State Press Association, ,-made his act.I. appointed the commit without surfacing than many of the Thursday, were combined Into one.

t l' ed to $40,044,66. From this amount I annual report to that body at the following roads'on' the East Coast. This is the The meeting: was called to order by.

'{ Ainust be taken for the purpose of this I T. M. Murphy convened opening session 'of the organizationon tees for the= current'year: road which will be surfaced with President Chris. O. Codringlton, of ,

r' argument the amount paid by the County, Court on. Monday.." Cases" dis morning. The, report Executive -' sand-a'aphalt by the St. Cloud special DeLand, following selections render.
posed of, were; '.' Thursday \ Clarence B. Woods, Lake Region, ed by the Osceola High School
0- taxpayers of the Third Commission ; - , district and which will be the connecting or. .
er's district, which has been eliminated State vs. Frank Duke, illegal. sale 'was as follows Eustis; S. 'J.., Triplett.. Tribune, St. link between the 'eastern and che tra. The Invocation was delivered

's S by the creation of a special diea of liquor; nol prossed. To' the Officers and"Members of the Cloud; W. B. Harris, Valley Gazette western sections of the Dixie High by Rev. S. W. Lawler. The address -

trict. This district paid on a valuation State vs. Jones Lindsey, assault Florida Press Association- Ladies Kissimmee; Will M. Traer, of welcome in behalf of the

of about $2,200,000 and the taxes and, battery. Defendant's attorney and Gentlemen: Home-Seeker, St. Augustine; T. C. way.Those who made,the trip by auto- city was delivered by Mayor H. R.

amounted to $15,400. Taking this entered a plea of guilty. The court's Since election as president of Merchant Enterprise Recorder, mobile were: A. K. Wilson, St. Lucie May, and Oscar Conklin, business
s amount from the $40,044.66, we have judgment was a fine of $50 and costsor my Madison; President VicePresidentand : Tribune, Fort Pierce; L. W. Traer, manager of the Miami Herald, responded -
';' left 24644.66 as the amount paid by three months in jail. Defendant. the Florida Press Association one Secretary, ex-officio members. Cocoa News and Star; Fred Kettle, on behalf of the editors and

: the remainder of the county, which paid the fine and costs. year ago, I have made an effort to :I Constitution and By-Laws Jacksonville, Thomas Advertising for the President. .

under the proposed district plans State vs. Robert Bowers, procuring induce better systems of bookkeeping Gilbert D. Leach, Commercial, Service Mrs. Prang, Jacksonville, Indications are that the 1817 meeting I

would be included in the territory j I : ) and checking in the newspaper officesof I Leesburg; J. H. Reese Reporter- WilllOlToomer Fertilizer company will go to Jacksonville without a

.w. bonded for $250,000 Betides this la-her,|,I ; the State. I wrote to every newspaper Star, Orlando; E. D. Lambright, ; C. H. Woodruff, Jacksonville, serious opposition and that S. J. '

> there was, of course, the general road I Ii I asking for samples and stylesof Tribune, Tampa. advertising manager Heard National Triplett. of St. Cloud, will be the next
fund tax of 3 mills, which will prob- State vs. Joe Story, petty larceny. the systems used in their offices. Membership I Bank; .W. H. Myers, manager Hopkins vice-president.' Vice President Oscar tte continued but which will nol prossed on motion of prosec'utinIattomey. I Nearly all responded and heartily cooperated Wayne Thomas Courier, Plant I Lumber, company; Stanley Lich- I Conklin will succeed to the presi

have nothing to do with this argue in the work I undertook. City; L. W. Tiacr, Times, Melbourne I- iy, Melbourne Times; L. B. Each bach. dency. i!

ment. The first year after the' bonds I Geo. W: Thigpen vs. N. C. Raulcr- From the different systems sent me, ; Mrs. C. V. S. Wilson, Melbourne; "Bill" Traer, Florida

ate are issued the county would be called '' non, replevin. Mistrial and verdict I devised a loose-leaf checking and Times, Saiasota. I Farmer and Home eeker; M. T. La. I

r upon to pay exactly $25,000 to careT I''I rendered for plaintiff. billing system for daily and Weekly Finance- .< ,I Hatte, Keystone Type Foundry.The DRAINAGE REPORT ON

for the retirement of the bonds falling Slat_ vs. Bryant Yates, larceny of newspapers, a classified'and legal A. K. Wilson, Tribune, Ft. Pierce, party was met by automobili -

s due and the interest.. This is'just 1 I a hog; acquitted. adv. card system, a subscription card J. II. Benjamin, Star, Ocala; M. F. ,i, from St. Cloud at Deer Park and PROJECT UNFAVORABLEU.

i $:'if>!>.34 more than would be paid for I| Cases continued for term were: system a receipt and disbursement Hetherington, News, Lakeland.. I I I given a reception at-St. Cloud on the

,: the hard-surfaced road fund and the II| State vs. Henry Gaulden, illegal system, showing each item receivedand 'Legislation I' way.
G. A. McClellan LADUE
''sale of liquor. of these Metropolis: -
amount to be paid annually would be'! paid out, etc. Samples
;'s. reduced until within a few years we1)); State vs. J. E. Foxworth, obtainingfood systems were sent to every news- ; B. E. Prevatt, DeLand; W. OF JACKSONVILLE:/ RULES
: and, with de and have A. Russell. News, Palatka. CIRCUIT COURT OPENS AGAINST ST. JOHNS:/ DISTRICT
i would l Ioe paying a great deal less lodging intent to paper office in Florida, some
; than under the direct taxation plaoo" fraud. been requested from and Bent to Arbitration and Grievances- 250,000
Even the first year the increase j State vs. Joe Story, petty larceny. newspaper men in Georgia and Ala. Harry L. Brown, Record, St. Augustine I' HERE ON APRIL 25TH ACRES PART OF WHICH IS IN

< would )be so small that to many of'' Gal; Whits vs. J. McDermott, bama. From hundreds of samples received -:I' ; R. J. Holly, Herald. San- ___ OSCEOLA COUNTY.

; the taxpayers it would amount tofractional damages. I believe that a hett r system ford ; W. B. Powell, Sun, Clear-' Circuit .h will
I! Court open in Kissimmee According to the Jacksonville
water C. S. EmeI80r. News Ft. -
; papers
h ('('nt!!. Stale vs. Henry Gaskin and Statevs. has ben evolved, and will eventuallybe
.- Jack Skinner; transportation of brought into us-j throughout the' Pisicc; T. E. Fitzgerald. Gaxotlej = on April 25th for the spring U. S. Army Engineer LaDue
i News term with Judge James W. Perkinson has ruled against the
proposed UpperSt.
hogs not having marks inspected and State, with benefit to us all. |j Daytona.
JUDGE WRIGHT HERE the bench. Johns I Drainage District
; recorded. ., Memorials and Resolutions comprising -
In May, 1915 upon request of an | The following venire of jurors has over of
Ernest and Emil Mach Grover Frank E. Harris, Banner, Ocala; 250,000 acres, a part
vs. expression of opinion from the people I Lew B. Blown Independent, St. been drawn for live term: which is located in the eastern section -
FOR PRESS MEETING Huppel damages.
; as to the condition then confronting ]j D. A. Lanier, J. N. Thomas, Lewis of Osceola county.
Petersburg; D. L. Irvin, W. Palm
State vs. I. C. Salette libel. :
4 ; the American people, I, as President Beach. Johnson, R. E. Willis, B. G. Hancock This is the second time that the

Judge A. O. Wright, formerly mu- .State vs. Claude Hall brook, Statevs. of your association, wired our President -j During t.heW_year I have written C. B. Raulerson, Benjamin Sellers, G. project has been ruled, against by
S. Barefoot State vs. J. H. Dean, I
nicipal judge of Jacksonville, and as follows: I and received 247 letters on business*I T. Chandler, Ennis Eubanks, II. II. army engineers. It is" the contentionof
State vs. Tom Hendrix, State
{ head of the Confederate Naval Veterans vs. Hon. Woodrow Wilson, President of connected with the Association, have Howard, M. Tindall D. H. Lanier, I Major LaDue that the drainage of
John Clark, State M. K. Watts
is in the city. to attend the hunting without license.vs. ; the United States, Washington, 'went and received: 27 telegrams, and I John M. Anderson, Grover Tindall, '1'.1 this territory would affect the head
press association., Judge} Wright is I a !have sent out from office 420 .1:. Wall, G. D. Davis, Yulee Rauler- waters of the St. Johns river and
Those cases settled out. of court \D, C.The my
now practicing. law in Jacksonville !< pieces of mail under 3rd class post son, J. E. Robert, E. L. D. Over- thus interfere with navigation on
were: world is war-mad. If it can
and is here to urge the. editors to' street, G. L. Hammock, S. B. Story, that. stream. In the first attempt to
favor a plan to secure legislation Livingston & Tyson vs. Dan lIen- honorably do so, the United States I'age. B. C. Miller, -Wm. H. Warren, J. E. create this drainage district the Jacksonville
' derson and E. P. Harwell.S. should stay out of this malestrom. On Christmas day, 191B;:a memberof
; which will Sidney\l.Waile8 to
Roland, C. J. Lamb J. B. Owen, C. Board o' Trade opposed the !
"' B. Aultman vs. A. D. Zachary If self-respect demands war, let us [ our association was brutally assaulted -
the state for his famous 'claim.
sue W. Goodrick W. N. Montsdoca, J. H. plan, because it was felt that the )
.et al. ficht.&He of Florida as a unit on the public street of his
Thursday morning Judge Wright, press- Woodall, B. Dickerson, A. iE. Bass, city would suffer as a result of the
...::. who is also a former teacher. addressed will upirold you in your trying po- home town, while walking with his R. S. Pierce, James A,. Grimm, John interference with navigation.It .
& S. D. Barnum and his wife and child, and was beaten and
daughter, sition. up
,? the Osceola High school. The Collins, W. M. Alderman, G. W. is understood that the Jacksonville
Judge's talk was listened to. with interest Miss Lillian, of Waverly, N. Y., who Chris. O. Codrington, bruised. I wrote him to find out if Walker.
J I organization is now in favor of
:". -6 ,by the students. are flow winter residents of Orlando, President Florida Press Asso. '[he needed help to prosecute! his as-
the plan despite the ruling of the
were all day guests of their former A copy of this telegram was mail sailant and upon reply that he did, CATHOLIC SERVICESFor ,
engineer and will send resolutions
O. M. Eaton, M. F. Hetherington, friend, Mrs. F.- J. Van Duzer.: Wed- ed to each member of the Association I employed lion. Cary D. Landis to Holy Week by lay people. Devotions i army to the Army Board favoring th.

George Moore, Truby Osteen and W. nesday. They motored to St. Cloud on the day it was sent. While I could prosecute. Tho assailant was bound Wednesday, April 19, 7:30p. plan when it comes for hearing. t
rF.. Sneed of Lakeland, passed through in' Mr. Porter's car for dinner and not speak for each member individually over 'by the justice under $800.00 m. Devotions Holy Thursday and op
TCissiramee Monday in Mb Eaton's sightseeing and the remainderof could for the bond on the charge: of aggravated as- <
I spent I felt that I speak Good Friday 3kt 3 p. m and 7:0: p. m. John M. Lee purchased a mint .e
big Cadillac car en route to Jacksonville the day at Mrs. Van Duzer's pleas1 Association as a whole, and am happy sault. The"grand jury, however, fail- The Easter Sunday service will beannounced Haynes seven passenger. automobilethis d

yt to attend the state convention- ant bom Ja this eity.ytf atate that every newspaper in Flor- (Continued on pap 8, this section: ) in next week' paper. ...k. IJL : !


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Jacksonville,. Frl.. May 6 ,_ 8SOp.m': : '' ling on file observation car p'' tform. Peach and citrus:: trees tin fommencinr Work pn the :
ITINERARY READY FOR Fernandina, Sat. May 6 .. 8OOp.m.l I' The story is replete with unusual sit to' bloom at Tavares and the Zolfo road ha teen started 'simultaneously I
will be vigorously .
and prose
Starke, Monday May 8 -. 10:00: uations and remarkable climaxed.The' tree have made' remarkably, new 't
Gainesville, Mon. May 8.'.?. 8:00 pm'l story ,of the play "Ditzy1 I growth, i ,;" c-uted. J- 4 '

CANDIDATES FOR STATE OFFICES (Auto Gainesville to Bronson.) Heights and Daring Hearts" :1''Is as . . ...> f..
Bronson, Tuesday, May 9.. 2:00: p.m.I I,follows i -- .. ; ',
Ocala, Wednesday, May 10 S, A ni. The,"villain kidnapa the giri'In ann 7 .
Tho campaign( 'dub-committee of I Ft. Myers, Sat April 22, 10.00: a.m. Inverness, Thurs May 11 10:00 a. !:i i aeroplane 'throws.,bombs at' rival I I t.'.. 1.,
Democratic State Executive! CommiUtee + Arcadia, Sat April 22.. 8:00: p.m. Brooksville"Thurs. May 11 8OOa.m.i speeding( below in an auto and Anally : ." "fJ (!
had completed the peaking Itinerary Hartaw, Monday; April 22. 10:00: a.m Tampa, Friday, May''' 12 u 8:00: p.m.Clearwat.Cr beta .o\'erwhelmed by falling bricksin '
for state candidate ,Tampa Monday, April :f4' 8:00 p.m. Sat May 13. 10:00a.m. blowtnlr'up' a' factory chimney 'to .
Under this itinerary'two meetings St.. I'ct'rvb'fr( Toes, Apr. 25 10.00'a.m. St 1'etrsb'g. Sat. May 13 8:00: p.m. kill another contender for the girl'shand Welcome Editors
> = on i Pradentown, Tiies, Apr ,;25.! 8:00 pm. Chester Cbnklin the 'Villain ..
will be hfld); in KU immoo"": one Bradentown, Mon May 15 .9:00: a.m. as ,
:May 27th I I I hate City Wed. April 26. .11::00 Lm. out which he is ,
is machine
.April 2Ht and theother on Arcadia Monday, May 15 8:00p.m.: trying a
Two divisions of candidates wiJl be' (Auto Dade City to Urooks\'ille). Ft. Myers, Tues. May 16.. 2:00: 'p.m. Intending( to buy. Te takes along themanulactur

:Kent out, one headed \>y the. candidates nrookuMllo., Wed. Apr. 2ti for United" Suites Senator, and Vest Friday, Apr 28 20,0pm.: I Key \yest.} Fri. May 19 .. 2:00-: >.m, She jumps from." live machine :
for Qo\enior, Miami' Saturday! April 29 1:00:: p.m. I parasol for ,
'i the other by, -Andidutca Miami, Saturday, May 20 1:00p.m. using a a parachute and -
and a grand total of 9i: mevlHfg! will 1-ti Lauderdale! Mon Max) 1 2:00: p.m Ft. I.'derdafe. Mon May 22 '2:00pm. lands tafely lut'this is not all. Arixal -

IH conducted, 4? b> the aspirants for 1 Ft fierce, Tuesday. May 2 200pm: Ft. rien-e, Tues May 23: _ 2-00pm. buyer and Rome villainous Jt'l"n. .
: candidates Titus>ille. Wed ':May :a . 2,00: p.m. th-men the lives of ou.- hero ... .
: other .. .
t 4 tlu :Senate: : and 1 those Titu \ille.] Wed May 24 2.00pm: enter I,. r-:"
who accompany them' and 48 by thtdixiMoii > T.t*w>, Thursday, May 4 !800pm: Daytona, Tburs. *May 25 .. 0.00am<; and heroine and 'endeavor to destroy. ,
1 headed by the Guberitttottiil; Hufchnc'4; I'rida, :May 5 200pmValu : Sanford ThoU: :May .25 _ 8:00( pni.. :their happinessDEltTISKIl. I . : Businessis t .

rand ijoiiiiiiif..(Irs, ( Saturday, Muv i ri 800pmliieiiif : Tax'ares. }'rfda)', May 2(5 10.00am .----.-- t.
the lint ' Pivi.ion ... Months, May >< 1(1::01) n.fI\.1 Ilrlando. ,\ : I.KTTERSAdxertipcd : '. .
.\ \ to in} i Friduv, :May 2t' 800pmKisniniinee. : : .'
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i' \ :.tat,' omptiollet and i li.ul!- Hi, tins,>n, 'i 1'uo,>.d+y. ,lay. 'M t'Opm: 1'iil.itkn\ Mon Mu2<>. __ 10:00a.m. ending( .April 24. I 1S 1 1Il.! '
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: fair, the' i p"mary ,1..t"1\ id."". >unt-tot. \n, :\lon.ltty __' \It'iK'unilritol ,' ' hMWNs: THE: DIMFHrTriKK ,
r 1'arddt, i ". in the ,,"''d ..11I.i I.i.>" ! I. Mmuiax.' Mm .-?' v 1"111'.111. : 1HIMILL;: TO(
willMiU'd! cut fiii 11\! l\n-.uil thplev. Tuts.lay :J! : > .I'I'i p m (,U'! F. UK: > .V\v.:
on 1.i.I\ .\pnl'l7. ili'*mc nt' *>' 1 1'an"in:a t',itx \\'e.I l Max J4! I tou0a.rn.( : .
I AtifTU-tii. f on Tu,'-day, Mu10( lonifa\, Thur May' .!!"> lo.tatunt. Big' crowder(> 'the rule at the in a'
It i< ant'rtly optional' with, :'ho irt'i !1''l'u 1 : ;IUK :>pr Thu 'MaJ", t> :l"1"i j'" inMiltoi theater formerly ailed the Dixie: all
: duiateo,;! fi.i. ffiye a* to whether 01not ,. Friday.lay ;J!<; d:00:( l p.inr during\ the week The new manaTill's -----
'n-iuol.i. Sat. May :7. \\1. t m. ) i his -
th; tlu.hall participate in thinuitmir < .' p ( H'nll. ipiMnp patron a ---
\ All arc inMUxl 1 to peak I ihttsionluuerary I K:' tine strove of film play's and then
under the, proupwhith: theare.I' for .'aI1JdtPl'nwt.'ral, xviithe; added attraction this week of f good
cla"<;itit\.l in end it. l I" t"xp."t.,1 thaI ii 'nomination I for tiornor >upirjnterde prizes for those. attending and life '
I a majoritof them will uxdil, Iht'n1'I i 'it of Publu' In'trutttor 1: ''. >t'i- -photograph: of prominent per
neUtof the opportunity I .tll"\ *..( vt.iti State Trca
I, Chairman, Rane>" calls attention "to all 'other oi rI ue- not ins lu.i.-d under di- Monday: night! mom\' was given; away
the fact that this action of the stag ctsion "A." under auspices of Mat > I to every one who atttnded store
I Pemocraiu Kxecutixe Comi.nttee.1'emooratu to EatService t :
rommitt in Ju.-J..on'llI.. on January The program has been? much improved
fl, rj.ndiJ.U i for Adjutant General ,, Primary clectior I June t'IVnKi'la >. and on several, nights the '
old SUM Ck"n.Ui mum enter the I19Itt;: house was filled to the last seat.
primary, and also l that the( committee I'' Mon April 1" >> (00 p,mMilton. The opening: of the drax' toie Caino -
decreed that candidates for circuit TU:1: <;. April 1"_ : ;2! :00 p,mIHfuman on Thursday and Saturdax afternoons .and Palatable
judgeships and state attorneysin Springs, with the fnmou. Trianpl:
all judicial! circuits in which the '1 \V-dt day. April li\> _.10 :i l'l 0 f,mBo I plax has. proved popular with th, Food Our ReputationWE "THAT'S US" -

commission. expire prior to IVoeniber ';ifey. Thur .April 20 10 :(00 a m. ., moving picture fans.
!I.,. :II, 1317, will! be nominated ir the i ,Auto Ionfato OlnpcCh : >'> The Kill for Saturday at this th''irer "
. '. Thur., 2 < :1),1 \\', S. Hart '!
prinmiy pi \ April It .. pointed that each *.i: ama City, Fri.I'r' Jl :'!:t i'V p' m. iloj-e 1'e'It'twetn. i : M"n." aii : I WELCOME THE
I. out in ta-r ,
t. Sat 22H1 .: ""' ".. the Ke\ .
where a candidate i- totalr l lj the :'I1.J.r'I1I1\: Apr ; 1'111. hi -ti r i :i a'' I -to EDITORS OF FLORIDA -
electors 11m.'r,' thai one' *countp !hei ..r.t tow'. Mon .AjV4! 1 1" "aniK :. ]I'laver i" ."P.1ZY. l Ileijrhtnd llir AMD INVITE THEM TO
i,, required to a--e--meet tithe t.t\\ I 1..t'dliY. Ap'4: > p nn "'ir Hm The Store
I state lommittci paa\ amounting toper J Q ,.'u\1 Tji': |I..\'. ,\t! :. .:-, .. !p"MI Tho -1.-- .' Between M- ti" .' a. ,, CALL ON U'S. tttiota

cent of ore \','ar'.-* Tallil): -ee. U'ed Ap i -d !y ., I'.m foilow-' :
ai'.: -i.ienth,,,old: tiller ht paid tot Catr.r.lie. Thur. .-\1'1':7 > i">,0 p m. \\'h::e and L'-wi'ton. become ruals Phone 120 Broadway :;
K. L Eaton of Moriuello. trea-uier Moi:tif..llo. Fn April 2* __ S:1'tp.m.: l>oth in l.u' -iness and fAr the hard .
of committee, (Auto Monticvllo 1 to Greenville) Han.pton's daughter Both are of ,thecool "
the state to
( or GeorgeP. :
Raney of ,Tampa, chairman of the.;'G rff:1\"ille. :Sat.:: Apr ,29 _,_ lff:} a.m, l, leheadt'C1} *type .who usually I . s f
.state trommittee.rAreceiptti.ercgf'( !; .3lad"on:' Sae .kprii l '2'r."f"8fr00 Pf '1[tret*:what they";fro': after,, and )tIs a [ .J. L. BEEMAN, Mgr. : I' . rrtr. nrnr- -VlrArr Ar .

together"wilhoath t. the andl'.t Feion3a yNa y 1 a tn'e R o he s thw it Grain i !.i , ''., ,,c.I .,'., , r' ,I, ', u'u't.' \ .. , '\, ,.
date 'apre.cnbed tb sec 10 .Sl \ Oak lon o.tay: 1 iI' pay t F'a I W t ""lf .. a"r' -- ... ,.n." ' -,- '
chapter\ 6,569Iaw. of FlondaT I *1 913' ,' )l uesday 1n2 .8:00 p.m ..attnf( Lewiston and 5&nftbe'( for- "--'i----_ .:.-::; _' -:_"' =:' . :.. .:: :: ",: ;.
must be filed!' with 'the Secretary of I",1.,. ri itc. Wed May 3' __ lIOO: p.m. tune of Hampton He think that .011- .- ..- .,- ..- "' 011- -It- .$"

State at Tallahassee' not less than Jasper, Thurs May 4 .- lIj: Lira. dislike-' : him and. prepare to re- 'I' "
.:; thirty days before the date of the i I rain to Lake CitMonticel'o >. auto to turn West She persuades ht.* fatherto
primary. '! I PI go West on the same tray.": with
1 The following:- shows. the itinerary Macdeny, rri' ; May !:. _ 2 '(00! j White aid -urpri-e him ae h,. -It- H

of the two di\ision, :: ARE GLAD YOU ARE HERE :
DM i i..ion. ".\." WE
It nerary for 'a'didateDemocrat: -
( ic nomination;" for United States Vi,; Rags and Old MagazinesAre
aloe l'omptroller and Railroad (-
missioner under au-pio S'f State Worth Real Money Florida's Newspapers Prove that You ;
}Democrattct Kxeiutixe: Committee.

1916 em'ocratic: primary election.: June t>. '\'t' "ill"I't] ( e-1) flIt all] \\f rtt: : tjft Vu ian n.aketnmifx. \ JEditors Are The Most Progressive in. ..

Femandma. ':athennsi them (\It u* Write 1"r rtieulu\ ]: 'i->. .
>at.... April\ li; !8AX)> pm j j pa the Union. '
Jack onMlle; :Monpril 17 S\\: p,rnSt. I
\ ::: AuR-usune. Mon Apr 18 8:CH) p.m, Southern Hide & Skin Co. .

) Land, Wed.. April 19, 800pm.: Jacksonville, Florida The, City is Yours, Help Your Self. ; I
Sanford Thur April 20 2:30: pm.
,.' Orlando, Thurs.; April 20, 8:00: p.m.Kiasimmee Buyer of .Hide, Wool, Alligator Skin., 'Old Metal, Etc.
I 1 '. Fn, Apr 21 10-00 am \ )

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:: Bill Peake Wants to Sec I I We announce our candidacy for your j


J YOU'LL FIND RIM AT THE : Hardware' and .

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; He Welcomes You find Hopes You'll Come Again.
Furniture Needs


..I F" We Are Candidates Too, Even if you don't See our Picture

'' in the paper. 1 Our stock is complete and we guarantee ,
We want you to elect us to furnish that new suit of clothes, j to give satisfaction. ', :3

that new hat, that new necktie or that new pair of shoes.THE r.
CC>iwSEEU': :: :

fAMILY STOREON Osceola Hardware Company I

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Miss Helen L.. Sumnero'f Washing Collars high In- the 'back and open The 'reason that women succeed "

IHOLLY' DREAM. NOW ton 'has been.appointed chief of the in 'front are in greater favor. than. better than men with poultry is that fy
COMPLETE PROGRAM FOR Federal- Children's Bureau a position those high all around. they are more mindful' of the little -
""I" TO COME TRUE formerly: held by a man. details of the business, and.they cultivate ;
: .> : STATE PRF.SS.ASSOCIATION Vegetables and .truck are still movIng the condense of the hens., ,...'

.". 'j. ..., NORTHERN CAPITAL INTERESTED Good'showers' have been of' great out from! Woodrow.ln considerable A well drea ed Japanese woman is 0

benefit to the truckers farmers volume and';the fields still
and at yielding
tied in at: the knees, ip that she
10:15: -Meeting called to order in Gray(tone.Casino by President Punta Gorda"and vicinity last week. .! crops!, not seem to walk too freely t
.. C. O. Codringlon. .LINE FROM SANFORD TO TAM "
Selections by Osceola High School. Orchestra directed by Prof. -

'' R. DeWiCt Invocation he Rev. S. W. Lawter. -. HAINES CITY. LAKELANI AND G .Q >{,} o_;__(r y.
A. Address of Welcome by Mayor H. R.: May, of Kissimmee.: ,,
Response by Vice-President Oscar Conklin.. of Miami. . "Dob; Holly, editor of the Sanford; .
Report of Membership Committee, 'I. [Herald, has been "dreaming: for 'I
.., Roll call.Annual .!years of a troll X line from Sanford
report of the President. I to Tampa: by way of Kissimmee.That .
Recess. I this .dream may soon ,come, true
.... .' Thursday Afternoon, April 13th. i is indicated in the following, article H. C.Stanford'CornpanYl
,from the Tampa Times: ,
Meeting called to.order at 2 o'clock. ,.
I That the of
ultimate destination
.. Report of Executive Committee. I ,
the Interurban between Tampa
railway -
Report of standing committees.
and Lakeland is; th* East;: Coast, f
Unfinished business.Round
- table discussion of advertising rates led t by> R, J. wan given out today by E. J..Binford; '
: who 14 handling the local end.of this F Dealers in Shoes and 1
Holly. of Sanford. red. Dry Goods 1
Alter adjournment the delegates and visitors will' become r.oi thorn capital inti--rr:< The 1
The trolley I'8tl.'l1crosHI1 the stuLc,
guests of the people.)! St. Cloud, "the Wonder City and will l bk !
. taken to that pretty little city in automobiles. Here. special entertainment Btriking the Atlantic possibly] at Hay-(
tuna or St. Augustm More than Ui,
will be provided for them.
13th. .. year ago Mr. limford and engineers = Notions =
Thursday Evening, April ,1
I ji
f6r the interurban
be tendered
Upon their return from St. Cloud the visitors will
a public recepl.on; : at the Kissimmee Golf and Country Club. i over the ground' between Tampa and I
0- As a feature of the reception DPI Lincoln llulley. president of I Saoford. ;
Stetson \University, will give an address on "Riley and the Home I The project at present in hand is
Folks." the interurban between Tampa and Welcomes the Editors to Kissimmee
I Lakeland, with lincft running out of I II
Friday Morning, April 14th. ': O
with Buri
I ono connecting -
Meeting called to order at 9:30: o'clock. '
Report of Membership Committee i' tow City, and for short others distances.radiating from Wells Plant'and [J We hope you'll Come
4t Address by Dr. J. H. Ross, president of the Florida Citrus Ex,- I Nelson, engineers from Chicago and
change. ((20 minutes.)
Address by James R. Murphy, president Associated Land Development I New York are in the field and have I Often and ,
i been for ten the Stay Long
days. YestcrOay
and Colonization Interests of Florida, ((20 minutes) [J
line was staked oat as far us Six
New business.
I Mile] creek. Ry nightfall, Judge Bin-
Round table discussion on "Contests ai Subscription Getters,

'ford said the engineers would have
led by S. J. Tripled, of St. Cloud. I CANDIDATES AND VOTERSDon't
reached Mango with the prclim'nary I
At 10:30: o'clock the Woman's Club of Kissimmee will entertain -
I line. Later levels will IK? ascertain;I
the the visitors at the Hart Memorial Building
women among .
opposite the Valley Gazette office, with an informal reception and ,I ed.Judge Binford !said' this morning I forget in the turmoil of politics that
musicale. This reception will be public.
Friday Afternoon, April 14th. I| that with it whom is the he intention is associated of the in men theproject i: we are still at the old stand with,just the line of ;
Immediately after luncheon the visitors will be given a boat
to build from I
Tampa to
beautiful Lake Tohopekahga as the guests of CongressmanW. I :
trip on goods to fill wants.
Lakeland] first. Later. the line to your
J. Sears. Music for this occasion will be furnished by the
Bartow will be constructed Other j|
Kissimmee Concert Band. .
o ( lines will be built through Auburn- |
Friday Evening, April 14th. dale] Lake 'Alfred, Haines Kitsimmee
City -|
7.00: Special Motion Picture show at Graystone Casino given Orlando and Sanford. The '
by Manager Gus Beall. complimentary to the Press of I(londa. I'
link connecting the lines with the
11:30- Banquet at Grayslone Hotel.!
coast are indeterminate, and might I

Meeting called Saturday to order Morning at 9 o'clock., April 15th. be by way of Palatka or by DeLand. H. C. STANFORD COMPANY

Unfinished business. It is not might improbable build some that of other the interests intermediate - I [O T.

R Round table discussion on Job Printing. Prices, 'led by Wayne lines forming the complete "
Thomas of Plant City. I

Report of Secretary. I "Indianapolis system. is connected by'I|'j [J KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD "
of Treasurer. .
Report I
trolley with Dayton, (;Columbus Cincinnati -
election of officers.
Cleveland Toledo and other
Selection of next meeting place. Ohio points-with Pittsburgh Pa.- I

Adjournment. RECEPTION COMMITTEE Louis.Detroit Mo., Mich.Practically--Chicago,all 111.this, and development St. I II L 0 0 n'iO>> 4 > <0 r {c f"\, > 0
President JI. C. Stanford of the Board of Trade has named I
I has taken place within the _.
the following reception committee; : .E, E. Naugle chairman; N. C. last fifteen or twenty yea'rs." --- -- --- -' <- -----

Bryan John M. Lee. Howard Katz. C. W. Ward. W. A. Smith. (i Judge Binford, who up to the time ...-."_ .... S. G. Ragsdale. H>K. Atwood. C. A. Carson E. C. Bryan. F. H. he came to Tampa in 1913 to regain
Lawson Lyles Story J. M. Willson jr.; g. K. Weaver. S. L Lupfer his health, was associated 'as an officer
R. W. Cobb. Roma Thomas. H. M. Breaker W. H..Jones. J: Wade and as counsel for The traction
Tucker E. L. Lesley W. C. Bass; Lewis O'Bryan. R. T. Butler, !interests in and about Indianapolis
H. R. May li W. Boice, A, E. Donegan. D. G. Wagner. A. Cotter- and at the time the ,; project, was HEAR THE '. 4
'\\f"'i'man, C. W, 'Griffin, George Singletary.. M. Porter. Capt. Clay launched .'for:'the Greenfield\ intcrur- !
Johnson C. L. Bandy, J. A. Barclay, J: Z. Roberson, Ernest Mach. ban-and in other instances-: secured ,
H. C. Stanford. S. Cadel. W. B.
o Holmes Prather. J. J. Griffin. J. the franchises in his own name just ,
Crawford. Pal Johnston. W. B. Harris. E. G. Vans Agnew.. J. D. I,as he is doing now. I ar '
Clark. L A. Hamilton Claude Harper W B. Makinson O. C. I "We know exactly what can he CHIMES
Pierre J. L O\erslreet, J. W. Simpson and C.. F., Johnson. depended upon in the way of busI- q J :

ness alid' development] ," he said to-
I day. "While we realize that the THEY RING THE HOURS
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h Is built]
country not up and that them AT THE
, : will have to l he considerable de\'(lop- ,.
ment before the business will ine-'t
'the expensewe are prepared to as
sist in the populating of the countiyI1 CITIZENSRANK
Howdy Do! EditorsWE have already obtained a survey of .
the land for four miles, on each side
,of the Tampa-IMant City road unu the

ARE GLAD TO HAVE YOU WITH US interurban experts will be able to THE BANK I_ A
j say what can be .produced in that LWITH THEI.
j section with n certain. degree of posi- _
Make Yourself at Home tivenvss." - CHIMECtocM .



Our Store Will Be Glad to 11I


Serve You i --
I :Mi'-s Dnlnia Graham(;, 41 \ cMrold. I A .
who. has l been a sidcnl of this city
for the past four years, died ut her
home n"!. :Mulilicttc strict( Sunday afternoon
I, at i Ii oVlocU She is survived rl WelcomeTO

Osceola County VotersDon't I by''five si"t.'I'H-1\Ir" (o. Let1, Mrs. i E.; .. . .6 S.
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Lee, MIs. J. lluik'son, and Miss -
'Jackie Graham, all of South Carolina THEFlorida
nml Mrs :M. IlurlcHon, who resides in v G
forget that F. H. Lawson is still the North Carolina. She was a member .a

of the Baptist. church for thirty.two Press
Old Reliable Dealer in Men's years. The funeral services were hold
at the home Monday afternoon, with
Clothing Shoes Ilk A. J. Holt officiating and the. .
body was interred in Kosehill cemetery -

r and Drygoods. II I No Account too Large No Account too Small

Curbing is being laid rapidly along
I the Dixie Highway the Wauchula For Us to HandleVISITORS

I section aod paving will! follow as fastas


.'e In New Rivers Bldg. n.OHIIJA. Directors: BANKc KlSSIMMEEI Director:
< I. tae Matter .f tae Hatate .f HarryW. ITIZENS
Taaraiaa. Deer..e4.To
R. Bronton
all Creditor, Legatee. Distribu F.W.Hill John .t

LawsonKISSIMMEE Trm.anal demands other persons against havlna said J. K. Milliard I A. W.. Guitu ;
, F. H. estate You. and: each of ybu, are hereby SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT J I 1
notified and required to present any .
claims or demands which you or
either of you, may. have against the ARTHUR E. DONECAN.. President PAUL K. WEAVER. Cashier ti
I estate of Harry W. Thurman deceased '" ; ,.
FLORIDA late of Osceola County Florida I to ,. ,. ... .
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the undersigned Administrator of said 'r. .. ..::.
estate, within two years from the date "" ;; .,

\ I r. [her I>_a April Utb., A. D.&Uti.JOIUf CADJa.. ... .rAfor .. ... r"-f "' ..r- ... ..>N-'I .. ... .; :

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FRIDAY, 'APRIL 14, 1816.

... 1] Joe Reese: of :"the"Orlando_Reporter-Sur! will I SUGGESTION TO .THE PRESS .
The Kissimmce ,Valley Gazette here before the\ meeting closet, unless Dn :, ----_-__ : "
b51e _...... .-CtThorndy EDITION :
r4 .meets. him on the way: .. . I ke, the.wittiest.writer, in Florida journalism F. OUR WELCOME I; >'I ;

", **._"'' la Valler-4a I slYtl Pd."e ICverr.......1.Friday... KlulrrN. Fl.. ',4 . '. ....:.....-; : --.:.-.. q thus,ft t forth one of the" requirements of.'the
Florida laws"in: his 'the Palm
I '. Charles H. Walton of the East Coast t Advocate: "political,, paper., ,

'! W. B. .ItAHIII AND 'K. 6. 'VAH' AONKW... Ow..... hat solved the. problem, of. editing a newspaper at Beach Post: there is in :the) state This edition of tile Valley! Gazette is 'the"product of' our regular force!
Apparently not'a
B K. .jVAt1LIe. Kdltor n* M r. !>> newspaper ,
He of his in the New
; r long range. spends most time addition of single man. .
that has liable without' the a
not rendered itself to arrest, conviction
II, .....,..1..... M/en England Slates. How .he does it, told in pamphletform and fine for 'Violations of the > .corf. It.was-made possible through their loyally co-operation and hard work( {
Oni cine year-------- _________.::.______ -l.lIt ought to'sell well among we other editors. pet pt welcome of
!' Copy it the
4 One COPY. 81.1 Month .________ ____________ 1.00Allcommunication practices act section nine of which provides that Comprising thirty-two pages I presents' hearty our. mer.chants
Copy' Three Moolh. _____. ----- ------- .'n '
V De -: -: : every article pertaining ]the campaign of any individual > .
h shall be marked "paid' adverl semfnt'' and It contains the political advertisements! of, many of the candidates for "
.. exerlrt from our "aihorl.,, I orrepondenl, must be Binned by the writer. ,us how to spell under the simplified system have signed by the author. It will riot suffice that the public offices and will be mailed to every registered-voter in the county in '",

Rejected matter will not. b. returned unless called: stripped the.whole idea of f its last shred of popularity -,II article bear the word "advertisement: there must\ addition to our regular subscribers.. :

for.. I so far a> we are concerned. Simplified spelling be the worths. "paid advertisement"; it will no' With it. we voice our welcome to the members of the. Florida. Presssociation. A ; .'.

(Knt-: <-d In the I'oatofftc In Kllmm, Florida.. ii a delusion and a snare unless every .man is ,his count when the..negligent: newspaperman is "up "
ecoid-cla. .U.r.t I contain acknowledge. Whatever merit 1t .,
own dictionary. : for contempt of the .corruption coincidence. Whatever faults it may we I
Once in a while1 there:has been a newspaper in- may deserve! we pass along t to our patrons who made. it profitable.' ,
I ::- FRIDAY. APRIL 14. 1916.- : : -- I the state that has complied with. this rul.nsj). .but .

-- In the days when the horse was king 'the people I the majority,have! attempted to satisfy the solicitousby i1J'
.Editor of Florida Welcome! ,of the United States bought one million buggies'' briefing the appellation, to the' one word. It ONTO KISSIMMEE rjX

:,---- : :- I every year. Now they buy nearly a million would also appear that the law covers all advertisements I'

The college!! urgently ask the students, "to mobiles. Which shows, says a wit. thai auto-j If a local l be written about a trip ol/ :
J papers now.more buggy than they' were then one of the candidates- and every mention of a .
tut out slang. as it may seem. .,candidate is an advertisement order to keep Editor C. E. Howard of the Orange County Citizen, deserves the prize
. .
: "within the law" the article would. read something for (the most original reference, : to the Press Association meeting in Kissimmee
But even for you we will not forget our slogan : : : like this: hi is week. He writes of the affair as follows: .

"Bulkhead the lake." j, W. White of the F'ratternal Record, who belongs t: "William Wantoffice came over from the county The Stale; editors will be entertainedby'the Osceola chiefs Thursday-

} _..:... : :;----- (to more lodges than any other man in the seat yesterday'and was gripping fins with many of Saturday 'of this week. The Dutch, Chief Naugel the English Chief Vans Ag-

It.t'is surprising how' good breakfast tastes, when state of Florida is the most en"ied'member of the I the voters in race for the 'peace justiceship. Bill new and the Cracker. Chief Harris propose a. camp fire pow wow and councilsmoke.

t didn't know the were cold storage. press association. Just think how many excuses an' is a nice fellow and has served well the people .
'MII you eggs i editor could have for; staying out nights if he beI I during his encumbency." Written by A. S. Sistant Big Chief Sears'will come all the way fromihe! Great Father's home lrs!

: : longed to as many .lodges as White does. I Reporter. Paid advertisement (Will bring in crate Washington and lake the editors a canoe ride on the famous Lake Tohopkelija.:
And the truth of the matter is. Kissimmee. is : ) tomatoes.) The while war is raging across hte water and while the political bravesare

:? t.v 'going to do it. You {fellows better watch out for ; i In this way t there will be no possibility, or being polling the tail feathers out of the head dress of the Semmoles the Crows

your own.towns. for we are going to grow. W. L. Straub will stay the whole meeting through I arrested and placed in jail until after the primary. and the Blackfeet the. pale face editors will feast, on cat fish and smoke the
.. unless somebody starts a new in Pmellas.
scrap -
-: : - All papers should herd: the writing upon the wall. pipe peace.
News county. If they do make room for him to get. Pale Face Holly will for the time decorate 'h -cranium with chicken w
Chris Codrington, of the may --- ----
away. He couldn't resist the temptation to go' leathers and dance horn with Pale Face Appleyard. while Pale Face
spend the whole .summer 1"'le. I He's put his daily I FIGHTING THE MOSQUITO a pipe
home and gel into the melee any more than an the baton and Pale Face Johnson will look smilingly !
sleep and has "nothing lo do till fall. Codrington waves on as ;
1 automobile could the smell of "
f / escape I gasoline
I he slyly says to the Osceola Squaws "Kiss-i-mee rAN
P --.. .. t Florida is fortunate in Tie( possession of a Slate I
v I
Whatever error the income tax payers make in I Health Officer/ in the person of J. Y. Poiter, whois
j t ,r their returns they never forget to allow! for the I \Xe propose the following amendment to the not onlv a learned medical man but a writer of

tendency of profits to shrink and losses to glow. ,! Bryan Primary' Law : "Whenever an editor I is candidate no mean. ability Each week he sends out a letter ELEGY IN A COUNTRY PRINT SHOPHe's f'I f'-
for state office the. election shall be held al r rI
to the press that, is almost always worthy of a v
the annual of the State Press Associationand
)' meeting "
the' prominent display Listen this is from Ins : I
After talking about extravagance of the age, pen
only members of that am/alion "
ci m..yole. taken
hook it's for "Slim.
I off the
a good many men go down lo the garage: and order N. H "Bob"lolly/ didn't ask us to write this There ate Iwo classes of sins at least t two thirty ; quitting time
We've closed the tins afternoon read the lion
their modelt' I I and of If there'sany shop to proof on
1915 machine exchanged for a 1916 . sins of omission sins commission ,
I difference. in the results of time two it wouldbe i And find it pretty middling clean a 1 pi line here and llicic
: : I "Americans who mind their own business should had to discover it, and really it wouldn't be But only such a one as apt to slip in anywhere
In view of the high cost of f automobile fuel gas, have the right to go where they please" says the worth while to ti y. Whether either is the more I His ticket's on the foreman's desk all figured up. I s'pose.;
'it seems as if the enormous quantities of hot air He had fat takes and lean hut that's the it
Chicago News "Sure, the Macon Tele- some some way goes;
\"v rejoins forgivable a deep psychological problem too pro-
i used in selling the machines should be ullu/ed I graph. "And they should'nt expect other Americans found and too uncertain to be worried about. I don't know what's his overtime or what Ins, check will be,

"' -- : : --. I to fly off the handle and start a row if they get But in health matters it is probable that the I guess he'll strike the average along with you and me.

Editor Carter, the "scrapping person" of the ] their blocks knocked off going where they please." 'things we might do and don't do, bung worse I He set a measure middling wide he. liked to set that way ; )

)'"+ Arcadia Enterprise has promised not to have a ,: -: :- t I II troubles and more of them than our aggressive His work was mostly solid stuff and not much on display; "

single "word battle" during his. .stay in Kissimmee. Mrs. C. V. S. Wilson of the Sarasota Times ism offenses that I these passive offenses .the kind I He ought to lived three score of years; a friend of yours and mine ; ,

: : , I proof of the statement that when a woman starts that comes by failing to do what we ought are It's tough to think some-worthless chap is quadding out his line. .

Gilbert Leach of the Leesburg Commercial will out to do anything she does it right Her paper ''sinful is shown |In their effects agimsl ourselvesand He told me nigh a month ago as cool as anything. :

' not have a plate at the banquet table. He's quit I 115 a model of excellence both from a literary and against our neighbors. His dupes were cut and pasted up a middling: longish string. \1--
eating human food and subsists on a diet of Natal typographical standpoint. She is always a regular' It is a moral wrong to suffer from a disease that He said he never skinned the shop and guessed he'd had his share t

..; hay. i'attendant upon the meetings of the State Press may be prevented, because it is a moral obligation I Of overtime and double price and maybe some to spare. :::

: Association. to our neighbors( and to the community that we set a proof that showed clean and did his work right .
up ) up
I shall always be the high level of producing efficiency 1.He 1.
__ at I t .
; C. E.. Howard.. of the Orlando Citizen hold ,the I : : It I n a moral wrong we shill! (om- n" ?"\t"i ;ViirKed by oay i SO he,:: could double spact :I n. :
distinction. of bt'inLable to sell a paper and re I The whole press of Florida mourns tile death of shall I I The make-up's dumped his matter in, his form is closed up. ee ; .

m., ;;::::;:::5.'ierve.. .-' right it..'..Ask....s.-him" how" "to u J.
he's here. Prevail was one of the oldest of the Florida editors. the future when the best sentiment of the state'I
Well mark a turn rule in the proof and say a prayer for him. ,
He will be missed from the circle of journalism ini will this. practical relationship I
I and nation recognize
the it's .
For him the dawn is in east gelling light up town.
i the state and the Press Association now in Cession between the preventable diseases and private 1 1I
And taken off the hook the last form's going down.
A. P. Jordan, of Punta Corda, the man who put"pure" i here, joins us in extending our sympathy to 'his morals.: thirty's
in "food." and who is trying to oust H. ( -H. F. Beuter "an old-timer."
and business associates. .
family disease at all general in ,
facts apply to
| These no,
i Crawford of his job is "polilickin"among; I ITI' I '
r Clay out ; : I ,: Florida with stronger emphasis than to malaria.. ,. Jl < .. ,, ', 1oO )
f the editors.. ( Ji.iA'A'-.A' 1 ,
t another'through > oHkoo individual
else visitingscribes is communicable from 'j;
&lwifflfmLew' is something; ", we want, you one.: ? tp ,\. ,
th'TColonTl to i know, too.' The!good people:of f: Oscedlai ') mosquito,:carried. *,( parasites i.!, ;ji!It,:itexh'! BroXv Jfr'SnT'"old1 Kamtuck of1' ABOUT KISSIMMEE ,
county are going to vote $250,000 in bonds on ing and enervating. It causes" immense-loss SAID '"
was headed this way from St. Petersburg, and we'll Saturday to build good roads. Part of that amount I physical energy and mental efficiency, and the resulting I! {.

let him slay, if he'll condescend to put us on his will go to complete our part of the Dixie Highway. economic loss is .uselessly- large >useless. i AND OSCEOLA COUNTY ; ;*
r list.'tt .
exchange I Yes sir, we're regular people here and we are not because unnecessary y

_' going to allow any of you other fellows to put your In Florida as elsewhere its ravages are greaterin y.._ . . . . ......-..............r.--. .L.... .. ....w ._... .."Y'YVY'...?"
The choice of a vice president; never attracts any town ahead of ours. ,> the warm months iof the year because in these "Actual work! huts l hl'l'U.l on the scheduled to IKRII on Thursday in /

attention, but so far the delegates have always remembered -J I .. .. -,- 'I'' months the'mosquito is more active. Indications in plant of the Tucker Brick company that city and continue through the '(
I'r' to put one in nomination before leaving' certain sections of the state point to the possibility i- this week" says the Onzette; "The remainder of the woc'k An interesting -
for their homes. "- I Ed Lampblack of the Tampa Tooter poet lau- even the probability that the disease is like- foundations were laid for the main program has been arran nJ! and \
v reate of the Florida press who has found a word to ly to be unusually .prevalent during the approaching: liuildinK Seven carloads of machinery the editors and puMmhTs will surety I?
- -- '' with the of editor in the state.
'rhyme name every mummer, and now i I' the time lo start ,the active nnd structural\ steel for the luildmif have a rood lime 1.1 that beautifuland .
1 The scarcity of dyes may not lead the men fo 'sends the following ditty as appropriate to the hlies. -
these probahr *
fight against I art now 0:1:i the way from theNoith" nl'mctivo city Thug:: will he-
buy white clothes this summer but after the garments Press Association meeting this week: is
I During the colder months when' the mosquito :: The CazellcoUi; that the
din! to happen Thursday morning, according ,
i have visited the laundry few times they will Rube the hair
a Allyn's got longest the
seeds of
not active as a disease carrier the main building and. i-lufi' :., of tu-! brick ; to the planK of (I'lo.sulont <
probably be white. Joe Reese's hair is red.
. I malady are preserved more or less quiescent in plint will tie about dOO; ) feet long and ('odrioglon and .h) loc.'il\ ci>inmilUv.
-. Bob Holly's got no hair at all the human to be revived by I
bodies victims
: the of will l he equipped] with specially-mud'! 'Hurtwill lie add-ess s end ,spwh
d Clarence Woods of ihe Eustis Lake Region. Upon his round slick head. the heat of the spring and summer making the machinery for theprodurlion of the : of welcome and other preliminariesat )

wired the Graystone hotel for a room without a : :-- pationt the source of infection. patented Wood'T.ex brick, made from, I II I the beautiful Iraystone hotel at ', .
bed. He intends to bring along a piece of that Willis Powell ought to be barred out of the Press I There are two reliable ways of preventing the I cypress sawdust and hydrolme, the 10 o'clock( and later\ in the day will ;f

'"Velvet! Sand-Asphalt". to sleep on. Association meeting this week. Before he sold spread of malaria. One is by curing it. The rem Kilter an asphaltic con.position This I get down to.I business mutteis A trip % ISl. i.

-: :- I I his Clearwater Sun which he admitted wa the !edy is simple and sure and every Florida doctor :,i now industry is likely to prove .of to '(loud in" automobiles i is! arranged j
,I The following notice has been posted in the I greatest little daily on erath" he helped agitate a I knows it and can administer it effectively: The i[ great value to .Kisiimrllee.-'Florilll, ( for late in the Bftern on. .' #)
I Graystone Hotel : "Baths for editors. 10000. I' revision of the membership rules so as to allow 'other way is to prevent tile inoculation of the mosquito Times-Union. I II II Among other entertainment featuresis <
This rate fixed by Mason Hotel of Jacksonville editors and I which absorbs the parasite-laden blood by I
i only regular newspaper men to join.He's -=*- I a reception Friday afternoon and a ,i
!:t. after an experience with Rube Allyn." [ now a bloated automobile salesman and therefore :attacking I the patient and transfers it when he-or. I Florida editors will he thick in Kis- banquet Friday mifht The sessions '

: I i beyond the limit of the membership qualifications I rather she-bites the next vietim.In I Kimm e this week the annual"meet- will he concluded Satuiday.-Florida. i
., f.: } "Facts and Figures" Wayne Thomas of Plant he helped to prescribe. I I other words keep the mosquito from the patient I ing of t.he'pres!! association being 1 Times-Union.
: City who made real from "shirt- from the .. . J i
I a newspaper a . I and protect everybody mosquito. I ------------------------------------- J
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j full of type and a wheezy press"all in the space of I -.. Medical scientists have become intimately! acquainted '1 *< o M"e-o fr< c M"e -<"5 i">*<-o oO>oO> HOO OOoO> .r

14'1 two years is here lo tell I you about it. PRIZE FIGHT OR REVIVAL with this particular mosquito and they know

: : _._ I the habits of her daily life. They have discoveredthat Letters'from
" Oscar Conklin of the Miami Herald is accompanied Just now when a revival meeting is in' progressin she', like burglars wildcats bats and owls 'I Our Readers I-

. "t "by one" this lime., Two years ago he sent Kissimmee it might be well to read the following works at night although the mosquito begins opera- :
a reply card to the committee in charge staling that hem one of our religious exchanges late afternoon and just before sunset. ,)I ,rSimrit'4c"E"4S'u
: the
I tions in . .__
: Lw"'im4y!s, . _ . ._o..t__ ____.._.._ j
: r f I he would be "accompanied by his own wife. There was a prize; fight in an Eastern city a I She has no liking for the bright light and heat of I 'IIIINKS BONDSMI.L) CAUHY- - I appeal in and petitionto- the il ;
1 J" -: :- weke or two ago in which two pugilists hammered the full day. i
? Hugh Sparkman. of the Daytona Journal who one another for a time and for the privilege of And this prevention means screens- wire screens I l board> of county (commissioners It* \

would rather get in the midst of a political scrap seeing which some twelve thousand persons padi I screens enclosing the porch where the family To the Voters of the ('nunty-: give us a fair hhowit'lJVe were 1'J.|J.

than eat has promised to forget politics long 150608. One of the prize fighters received $55-' <;ts" in the evening, screens over every window and He! 'fore- many ofou icid this the fused and submitted like men. We |{

. enough lo take a bite or two at the banquet 1.000 and the other about $27,000.' Many of the door of the house and the mosquito proof net well election for bonds will ha\'e been held did not try to use the law to force '/i
.. _. : : -- spectators paid $25 others $20 $10 or $5 each, lurked in over the bed. Make the screening so and them as some might have done /
as we view it at this"
Stonewall Jackson Triplet, of the Si Cloud and all of them would the that the housenor euily :
reser\t\ thought they effective that the pest cannot get into Therefore as the time Tribune is expected to deliver an address sometime did not have the right to spend their money as they ,, to the places here people sit or rest. And be bonds will curry l by a small miijoritv j vote on bonds! we feel that we can po -';"K".
1. d during the Press Association meeting on the wished.' Yel 'when Billy Sunday held a meeting in I! cure ,that this screening is in working order all the' We who have been npamst{ in the voting booths on the 15th with

; 'I subject of "The High Cost. of 'Chicken' Feed." 'I another Eastern city, for nearly three months, !! lime Eternal vigilance is the price and the results bonds, have 1 been !so because we knowit Icun hands and a conscience void of

speaking two or three times a day lo congregations I f make it cheap. I is not for the l best interest for the offense to any one end we leave it up
t It is astonishing what a large and enthusiastic I of twelve thousand and addressing nearly I I Careful screening of the home in Florida serves I I people as a whole to bond the county to the voters to do the rest, but our

crowd you can get out to a lecture which would : two millions of people in the aggregate leading to more purposes than that of comfort. It prevents for one specific purpose, namely to prayers wil never cease to go up to- .
otherwise be poorly attended. by serving four the conversion of tens of thousands and to the I malaria it is effective and necessary in the fight extend the Dixie Highway but others the great white throno until the last

thimblefuls of tea and two saltines to each guesL g strengthening of every good and moral cause in the against typhoid and against other diseases. Indeed I think differently. In our oppositionwe vote is counted. While we feel now t(

-: community and receiving for it all less than one the screen (of wire) is practically as essentialto have made a clean fight against that our cause is defeated still we
".. Harry Brown of the St. Augustine Record is of these prize fighters for his half-hour pugilistic the Florida home as the roof and the sooner great odds. We have had but few have not lost hope because we havo '

married We print this notice for the benefit of the show there are some people who have only one this is recognized as an established fact the sooner helpers and no great wealth behindus not lost confidence in tho people and \

young ladies of the city, who may be impressedwith things to sayand that is an abusive attack on Florida people will reach their greatest productive but we have applied the golden we hope they will coo the danger 0 ; '"'
Harry's twinning way and Beau Brummell evangelists for their avariciousness. If all who attended capacity in the industrial and moral development of rule all tho way through. We have bonds at this time. With theso few

- Attire.f that evangelistic meeting had contributed the great state. done unto others as we would have words to the public we leave it to ""'
Jl a nickel each tune, it would have paid all the expenses -: :- them do unto us. Therefoio we como them to Judge a* to the truthfulness

Frank Harris whom;Claude L'Engle called the of the whole campaign. Of course some and brands of politics. Ask him. he can answer out with clean hands, knowing no of what we have said arid also as to

5aest egg" of the Florida press promised to come ,I people do not hke to have anything good done. and.. any.political question of the day better than any man can say that we took the least the honesty of our purpose' in oppo -
-lijE'', possible.' w. hope "this grand old man"of !there: are tome who would rather pay $25 for //a man alive unless it is "Pat" Murphy. advantage.. Even when at least one ino; bonds. t

w't fflofioV Journalism/will t be with us before the meets bruising contest than a nickel 1 for a city's spiritual, Tom Appleyard from the classic red hill of hundred of our supporters were being G. B. W0ODALL and others
'' *.* :transformation. I Leon directfrom Tallahassee-with all kinds disfranchised we did no more than to n
_JIUT doles,.. ..... '": ; I -, __'I 1 come. that oppoolr Bond. "V -
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THE KISSIMMEE,VALLEY GAZETTE: Mr. and Mrs: R. L; Hyer and 'son, -. aS

. .' (T.l.phoo. Nutt.) R. L., jr.,. or Orlando, were -in the r "
. .. city Tuesday; route to Southport to .. f I ')

:;, Published Krtry Friday ByW. spend a week 'on. tho' ranch of -the Practical Economy 1

B. HAHAlS a. VANS AtlNKWi . .
t, : Southport Cattle company, \\vPRpG.RAM .' .
\ . ..
:: :ff. ;: ft M. Willson, jr... H. M. Peake and .5 -for-( .'. .. made from alum I
a r .. ..... ,. Capt. Clay Johnson were among: the ,Baking powders

. Knights Templar who .attended the :FLORIDA PRESS- '.. ASSOCIATION. ,, phosphate/may be bought for 'a trifle less '
i The Local Field II l i annual conclave of. 'the Grand Com- BOAT RIDE :' than Royal Baking Powder, which is made .
; : mandery at Orlando thU week, II ' '
: I chiJr! -. -,I."y- :: ,from '.creath of tartar, derived from grapes. 1
Mrs., C. C. Evirs and n, ne '

. :I companied by Miss, Hand, who have' KISSIMMEE i I CONCERT'. BAND'FRIDAY : Alum powders; are not only cheap, but i'
Fire insurance, taxes paid. See A. the Van '
been spending: 'thd at
.E. Drought, New Rivera Building.. SOt der Meersh house, left Wednesday for APRIL I'4TH \ i they differ greatly in leavening power .
"'.<" C. Platt/ t Cocoa, spent Monday In I' their home. in Long Island, N. Y. 1916 I'' "if a che baking powder i is used'or i a
KI..,. mmee. ( O. 'C.' Pierce, thegenial manager ,. fine cake and the cake turns out" a failure' ..

Mrs W. B. .Crawford motored tp of the Gray s tone hotel, returned from . 1 there is a waste of costly materials worth ,
Orlando Monday. Tampa Sunday acompanied by his March-"F ort Lawlon" '- - p M c C aug h ey. '
I than a whole can of the cheap baking -
-4. wife and eon, who ''have been spending ...
y', , N. W. Green! of .Sa.ntord, spent i some time with relatives in that Popular Song"Araby"c: : - Berlin powder. .

Monday in the city. I city. I' Grand Selection-"Songs {from the Old Folks" -- Lake
: Royal Baking Powder produces the,
Fat, juicy and tender meats always Mrs. Ellen Cronin,' who has been Blues" Handy
" tf Rag- 'Memphis - food and its use therefore results in
found at City Market, 'phone 44. H guest at the Franklin boardinghouse
S. Singer\ of St. Louis was a'busi for some time, left Monday for Intermezzo; Sinfronica-"Cavalleria Rusticana", Masc'agni" I ,an actual 'saving. ,

' ness visitor Monday. her home in .Minneapolis, Minn. She
One Step-"Are You from Dixie? -
;, Lesley Dcfclow was here from' will stop at Orlando and other' points : I ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.

i: .Umatilla, Flc., this week. I while en routs. -Intermission of ten minutes New York

i Dr.-: M. J. I licks .spent Wednesday FOR SALE-top buggy in first.class Oriental Waltz-"Moonlight on the Nile" '- - -' - King .
condition. Will sell cheap for cash. '
in Orlando on business. Donaldson
For particulars, call fit Gazette: or Trot-"Kentucky Home" -- _
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W. W. Russell, of Richmond, Va.,'' address L-H, Box 288, Kissimmee, - -
Selection "H. M. S. Pinafore" Sullivan
spent Tuesday in the city.Larkin's '. Florida. Al I,r. and; Mrs. ]iavid. Mussulman, of BRYAN GOES BACK TO

sale Patchwork on sofa 'a'nd chair cushions Sextette"Lucia Di Lammermoor" t- - Donizetti La 1'1t\'e. III.; Mr. and Mrs. SamuellUndriok.s ,
are on '
toilet goods of (Vrro. (:OI'cO, I 111.; and, A
Woman's' Exchange. curtains, table covers, etc., is "National Emblem' Bagley CAPITAL FOR WEEK
the March -
at :Mr.'ami\ :Mrs. K.: R. Cottrell of =North" I
the latest fancy work. and is fascinating ;
:%,01.IIH' I Ind., left for their, homes
.. Reed's Butter Nut Bread is just. cheap and durable. Materials I:

what you need. Try it.152t and patterns. at the Woman's Ex- G. M. Slicarouse. Jr., Director. Mo'iJ.t'. : after spending1the winter United Suites Senator N. P. Bryan
change.Mr. \ . lure. TI.'y'l'J'(' located! in Mrs.WliiHlc'i's . has returned i to Washington t-o spenda

lU-orite Habcock was a business \home, on Emmett. street. week there attending to his duties
visitor in OrlalolondI1Y.. : I : and Mrs. Fred! Bruenhoffer and
Florida the
of in
as u representative
the bitter's father have* been guestsof Clark Ilowell, the strawlx'rry

i- cary I D. l-andis, of IK-I.iiml, repristercil :Mr. and Mis.: G.: i P. Boone. for. the : grower north of the city, has pickedSSOO upper house of the national lawmaking -

at the iraystonc: .Sunday.Mr ,,- ,'I past week. Mr. Bruenhoff-er returnedto I quarts| of !strawberries off his. body. Speaking of his trip

their home in Orlando Monday to I less than throe, acre patch. lie nays the Jacksonville Metropolis says:
i i"
*. JVII,' Mershon.: of Viiln, ': resume his work. ** I Mrs. W. I. Barber and little daughter I H. J. Hancock who has been living this has been" Kin. most, successful :< lion: Nathan P. Bryan after having -

.( Virginia, lift Saturday evening I II. i ii,> San Luis Potosi, Mexican state year and that next year he will haven i i spent some weeksin Florida in
for Rt..d'lIButt..r T. W. Ellis-spent: Sunday with his I. I I In rger1lrreuge.! lie to have i I the interest' of his campaign, left.lacksonvrlle
When you buy bread ask has been 11 company with her parents, lit r. near the Tampico section is the guestof : experts
I heie. :Mr. Kills engaged -
family I
Nut.. l.r2t I Mrs., F. E. who have I . a loll c\en lan "I' than the present at 1:10:: o'clock Saturday
and (
for., t jme in-superint-ml-I.I Culdwell I (Clark Ilowell, the famous strawberry -
some !
afternoon for Washington to spendthe
ave. I Ho lielie\e thut I the sort uriiundKissiinmee
the winter in St.
C. .<'. Coffee, of Jacksonville'' spentTuesday / been spending grower!: north of the city. Mr.llowell ,of the coining week
I slur-co i. especially suited' "lostruwlierry frrcalt purl
I' home in ion
calling on the trade.E. .. Cloud, for their Papill ,
here lived in this :
formerly same whichcalled
(growing!: and hopes that in attending to matters
I :Nebraska. She will spend: several (I r
J. :Mansfield, 11w postoffice in- Highlands company.Col. \\..."kl'I"itinlC there. section of :Mexico and! was a close\ others will engage( ( in strawberry him to the capital.

itpector reg&hteiecl& ut the draystone "/. Bass. has a line lot of Urge friend of :Mr. II 0'1'ot'k. :Mr.\ ffrowinjf!: nt that a market may be Senator Bryan expects to return to

hotel Monday. collards" growing\ : in his garden., The Mrs. F. C. Edwards, who has often says that the Americans' in that section I created here **,.Jacksonville in time to go Fernan-

I HlackwHl. of Bradentown, colonel htateSvthut he planted the collards substituted for her sister, Miss Leit- | of Mexico are not bothered by. dina next Saturday evening, when too

J. A. business the first of last November: . and I ner, in the city schools, has taken the the !Mexicans to marked degree. t ; itinerary program for candidates for
here Tuesday looking after any I) W. Tutiner, 0 Uradentown, has
I, was now he has several which measure place of :Miss Albina Smith who has the United States Senate Comptroller -
interests.T. That Evangelist J. M. Bass and I just received 1 returns on five cars of
more than five feet across. (given up her work as teacher in the 'and Railroad Commissioner is ,ri
: C. Key, of Eiihtis, was in Kis- eighth grade to become Canning Club Song Leader Erie Stapleton, who are I lettuce recently shipped by him upon i| scheduled to begin. It will probably
Prominent, the recent arrivals 1 which the returns were $5,000! or
'r- ,. simmee Tuesday lokin* after husi- among agent in the place of Miss Anne Bryan conducting/ the revival at the Metho- i be the last trip the Senator will maketo
IIth" Manhattan hotel arc S. something over $1,000 a car.
\ dist church not only "fishers of
I ness interests.Mr. 'arson, who recently resigned.Mrs. \ are ( Washington until the 47 meetingscontemplated
Summerlm;, Arthur!:! Green, of Jack- men," but also like the apostles of in the will
and Mr.. Claude Harper sx"itSunday | sonvelle. ; :'I1rand :Mrs. :M. P. McFord: E. K.: Snodgrnns" and Mrs. A. old, real fishermen, was proven last I--I have been held. That is, unless he is

with Mr. and :'IlTs.oarl lIar- ; of Alachua, Fla.; Mrs.: A. I. Baxter, M. Edmonds, of Hurtfick, N. Y:, are I Saturday, morning.!: In company with \ The commissioners of the Lake Largo called matters ef
to Washington on
I per at l.ourhman. |lof .liick.sopvillc; ; and :Mr. and :lIr'.. It. now' guests at the Park hotel. N. V. Ernest Green; J. T. Burckhalte-r, William Cross. Bayou! drainage! district haveadvertiwd vital '. .
I importance.
W. K. Robins, of the "Robin's 1 'I'. Rivers, of Tcmpa.I Turner, of Chicago; W. E. Shelton, and Harry Arnold they left 1 for proposals to dig approximately

Nest" Oilamlo, was a guest! jit the I '. A..1. Kline and. wife and :Mrs. of Sanford; J. K.: Edwards, of Winter early Saturday morning for Canoe sixty miles of canals. Nutria fur is a very good substitute -

Park hotel Tuesday.Col. |1 H. K-'ller, Wauscon, Ohio who Garden; W. Shayne, of Tampa and' creek. They returned with Ijixt.y.nine I This will include two sea-level cunal'l.I for the much-wanted beaver.

have been spending the winter O. I,. Williams, of Tllmpu: were M fine fish, besides having plenty
entertained a
A. Hunter I .
Harry I months looking after property, interests recent guests there. of. fish for their breakfast, which they '
few quests at dinner at the country
club Saturday evening. at 'Windernjere, wirehere sev- Van. ('. Sweari.ngen, former mayorof prepared over-a camp fire. 4 HeFormerly
". 'feral 1 .hours Tuesday .whil-8 enroute to .. CASINOSaturday
',. HI: Baker and W,. C. Dixon of i Jacksonville, and now a candidate I' 7.7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
4 P. I Jacksonville C. roistered .at th* ;Man.! 1 j. their home.. for Judge of the, Criminal Court of <
'.... .'' .'''sfeu''":'! 1': i1.g'i.fl, Jn, of AiueusCay: Record .for Duval County, acc ni. the Dixie *"
; '-. Ittan..,hotel''', Monduh-,--.. 'j+, ; ,:{j }; : . ," : LODGE MEETINGS\ ") ,
.t & has f accepted J a''n positIon U a, ateno4grupher partied: by LS''9GFfFTl| od.'bCGreenrCovedina ,'q; ...' ,>t\\\\ MWi7t\ ; ,. \? . *"''l..i".' WI\' \: '. ; :
.. Miss Dfndcline. hill, of, NIlI''OOSlIee"A hi't! .,office'''''of'JohnstonSGarrett. sPring's and FI 'd,":" f'1'
was a dinner guest at the home of Mr. Griffin is an 'accomplished were visitors in the city Wednesday WOODMENSCIRCLE: Tohbpekaliga 1 1 Matinee 3:30 P.M,

Mrs. J. I n..r Clark Sunday.Attorney : l young man and will undoubtedly evening. They !left on the Grove No. fife; meets every first GOOD "SHOW
7:00 M
Night p.
! Lee JUIT..II'"t'n to 1 St. piove a valuable man for this midnight train for Jacksonville.Mr. and third Tuesday night Social : .
business. le- law firm. i 1 and fourth -- ---
Cloud Monday on 'legal Susy meetings secpnd Tuesday and
I and S. A. Rogue will leave .
turning Tuesday morning. I Mr. and :III'''. S. I L. Lupf(.,'. :'II,r. and Saturday" for I'ulnwtlo1)(>,'" they afternoon in Fraternity Hall. 5-Rcel Feature

S. B. Aultman returned Saturday Mrs, J. i E.: Lupfer :'II r. and ;t1 r''I'. I. will visit, their daughter/ Mrs. F. 1 E.: Mrs. Ollar:Mrs. Fairy Hexford, clerk) Never: Over Between Men ..
from a business trip to Sumt/-r county Curry and :Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Clark I Faulkner" for two weeks. before leaving : -. .

l where he spent ten days. motored. to Orlando on Tuesday to for their summer hen; in Cass- FeaturingWilliam
r, Miss Etta.: Witherspoon, . ,. habe1" 'att"tul t the annual' conclave of the opolis, .:Mich. They will ru urn toir 1 10 CtsMatinee S. Hart \
Grand 1 << of 1"loj lila, .
in the i' Coniinandery III-.i, \\intiT" home here again next! Are Your
assisting! with tbre\, 'oidin"'
; this Knights' Templar.Mrs. fall and expect to !bring/ others! wit 1\\
office of Ciroiit Cleik, ( )h..rlr..1 i Electric 2-Reel KeystoneComedy
; Lights
, week. ' i : S.V.. Thornton-decorated! her" them.

! ; home vi-iy prettily in honor of'> I the ''c. Funk' Out of Fix? ,
Recent guest1at t the I'aik h"h'lII'e\ ( II. of Hilliard's : Tuesday Thursday
q I'. .--s Association me-i-ting; 1 thiscvk.. ,
T. S. Luther, of -Lan, Kans.; K. IJ. s<-<- It notice. of a !big turnip in the FeaturingChester
! Jenkins of Southport; J. S. Howard :Mrs., Thornton feels very kindly to- Gazette: last week, called attention I Call Osceola Electric Co. i and Saturday,
wind the her brother B.: F.
l. of Tampn. press, to the fact that he is entitled to the C. E. GARDNER, Mgr. Conklin
\l r Gordon, being/ a member of the staff honors, for growing big turnips. Heexhibited.a I I 3:30: P. M.

A new Jot of fine little ranches on of the Columbus, Ohio, PressPost.Mr. turnip at the Orlando fair I House Wiring, Fixture l Dizzy Heights and

the market; 'OlmCC1'ove/ / ,,; shrubbery : and Mrs. II. G. Seivcr have returned which weighed ten 'pounds and measured -I and Repairing NIGHT 7:30: P. M.
! roads. See or address. C.
.. ; good from a ten days' trip to the thirty-six inches i in circumference. 119 BROADWAY Daring Hearts

E.4Swope.-17-.r.t pd east coast towns, which included a J Come Often I

. W. G. Harding/ of St. Louis, who is visit with relatives at Delmar. They i Admission 10 and I5c

, live stock agent for the Mobile and were accompanied home by Mrs. Sei-

Ohio R. R., was a guest at the Gray- I ver's neice Miss Shirley Bradley, of

t stone. hotel Monday.C. here.Dermas, who will spend some time | GUS B E.A L L I II

W. Bruns, of Runnymede and

i C. E, Den ill:, of Narcoossee, motoredto I' W. A. McCool, jr., and Sam Hannah I
Kissimmee Monday on business. left' yesterday for Beaver Falls, '; I

They stopped at the Graystone.( I I'a. W. A. McCool( sr., Miss Anderson I,

W. A. Gregory has returned from and Mrs. Smith will remain for '-"=->-:->"

six weeks' trip to East Coast towns I some time lander before returning :
and points in Alabama, and. will be their homes in Beaver Falls for the I t + H. M. BREAKER J. A. BARCLAY

(Griffin;, .summer. They will all return next )' :.: FLORIDA. "TA. Land Encnantm'mnt, "/. Being Mor
employed in the Joe, paruRe.Mr. ;( winter. "t + Raptdly Developed Than Any Other Staff in ii.. Unto

and Mrs. 1. C. Palmer, :'11'. and ('I \ =i= BREAKER & BARCLAY
:Miss :Martha Castile of Champaign,
!Mrs. II. S. Lyon and. :disd II. C. Luff, \
[ III., \\ Lo has been a gu-'.t at Mt.s.: :: .," Real Estate and Insurance Ffrrn LanJt 1
of Windermei!, woe a pleasant' party Ctty Promty
motoring to KissinuncuVednes. ", :' I-'rankl" bor.idinj house for HOIH"ti..I".I' :=: Kissimmee, Fla. Oran Grove* .
ft her home via MISS BANDY True tting Land*
Friday for 4 J. M. COOPER. Clerk Cofvnttatton Land
, day. :
She :
"# St. \lIgll..1 IIW was accompaniedas .
'r C. H. Armstrong, chief engine'r of far: as that city by :Miss. Louise I .-:..:.{"}.}{:.vSw: : .liwi S4 hryd L'ri 84rr-0 Gv40 S84f4S'rri{ {><-: ti SSfi044

the South I Florida: & Gulf: ,railroad Jackonlhu, will r"tullin a few Announces that she will Receive-u

which is now being constructed! from .
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Kcnansville to passenger' spent SUI1r i :
W. T. Fuller, his IK ice i :\1'.... Lois: Lot of New Hats I4.
day in the city. ,
Fuller, and Lesley Fuller, all of : INSURANCE and REAL ESTATELet
\: Miss Helen (Carpenter, has nrri\cd Lilchfield. 111., left Wednesday for

$f from New York and will make her their home after spending the winter Next Week j
insure Life ,
us Properly.
Sh: your your your {
)>>> residence here for the next. year. here. This is the seventh winter Mr. j

v is stopping at Mrs. Franklin's boarding i| W. T. Fuller has spent here and he i Especially for Easter and Graduation : Information in regard to property for }.

's house. declared that he would sure. be back : sale and rent cheerfuly: given. ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Carson, of Da- next winter. '
This is an opportunity to get the New- : In addition to fifteen other good com panics we '.
nia, spent Sundayin Kissimmee the Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Penig: motored ; .

, ... guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. here from Narcoospee' in their new jest Designs from the Market. : now represent the well known .

C. A. Carson. Mr. Canon, while he Pathfinder Monday, acompanied by : HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. of.New York 5
law Mrs. Alice Grossman who has been
lives at DaWa has opened a ,
office in Miami and has already built visiting them for the past three MISS MATTIE BANDY : n. GIe. '7iTAGF1\T: R t

s fine practice, although. he' has weeks, and was leaving for her hime.
up Second floor Citizens Bank 1Id& Kisbmnec
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35 NEW MEMBERS JOIN METHODIST Some in. His wish arms they, had. stood by the,Jor. {UNIQUE' BADGES WIN SENAJOR BRYAN ASKS 1 prefts amendment on. Tuesday to agricultural introduced bill an

thin,. when- Holy John greeted Him I PRAISEOF' EDITORS S5 00,0 000R CANKER 'to' increaso'.from $ $500,000
CHURCH 'DURING REVIVAL MEETING there, appropriation for: fighting the citrus .

I And had sben'lhe': :wlRe'dove of the SI'1c1,1I.I.fESIGNEO_ ) ,canker ,- .
Spirit fly down o'er the'"puthi of Sei1utOl" Nathan .P. Bryniij.of Flor a-- > ,

Iji\: Sunday, :: Was: a great day for and larure overflow In the.... Ixnfruoroom. j Iti* prnyen" . > ... 1 -IKS!, ; OK PRESS"fcAUSI-J oj ASsIClrt'rhNMEETING ,.\ A'SY. FAVOKABU5 ida, '''has -returned to Washington\ ,' to I .Startling; but chic, are the bright.' -",.1'
the i I attend to his .official: duties and ac colored kid hat?: ,
Some .
wish\ had seelt.he llcI
i, the :Methodist congregation: The There was deep I< interest mail!- () UElAltKSJIO G )- .
school wan well attended and fcsted. ThJ1'etillg' has lieen! nioKt I dCl'lJ1<1-'r, when into -'the. basin Hoi 'I'JII'lslnms ATTENDING !' . .,. . ..._...... .. d tw+rit .. ,
Sunday : :w' : fins 0i -:
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helpful to the .church nnd- has! reached i poured. ........ . .. ......
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greeted( the- THE SESSIONS: : HERE. I rCw 7 o C . : : : :-*< ": : :- s
u largo audience' \'al1-I a goodly number' of outside peoplo. I The) water, and girt with u towel, theI I i tiw' bvti' : . .4\, j
gelist ,at the\ morning h 'Uf. At :3'p. I ivji'vant of all was' the Lord. Visiting; editors UttomliiiK the an- '
'111. the hogtie! was filled< witli men I\nrl'l 'I'l)ii t Y have applied'or memljeiHliij t :- !lut! for me, if I'-hud the choosing, oh d nrul meeting of the State I.'tees As- |' .
!boys and l listened, wihl deep interest : ) and others have indicated their" this would them nil overtop: HOciation were loud in their praise. of II Manhattan Hotel 'I.
to' a strong appeal for n better" life. intention ofi uniting with the. church\ To work all day beside Him of old in the enterprise of the Kissimmoc. II .J 11 11s.
A large the close of .tlll' and leading a (christinn life the Naxareth shop (Hoard of Truile in jijcparinjfsucli/ : a :
service gave thejr) (hand, !Jiroinisini' / I :There will he fifty,. or more members 1 NThese i \uni'iju pouvohir of the meeting us the : .
to'st-iiiid: for a ehristianhome$ \ and III! (toO 1n''' added< to the church as. n : heavenly wonders would fright Kulgeshith/ : were pinned on the r : j
rlr a.n ii \.. .A Ithe same hour there"'result: of the 111-.t inll' and the -,'hun'hI11U me; I cannot! ) approach them. yet; ;oat of' ouch delegate us lieregivter- 3:H MRS. R. 8. SAVAGE, Prop. 3: '
were. ."unn. twenty ])riiyer I meot.intrx tnemborMiij) <11 quickened. ,,But oh, to have sen: Him When loiling c held. !">' the ladies in durerent! ( )p.lilcif t I Tjlie! meet ing will prolmMy., close'ne.x't '' i,i -, His forehand'all'/ j jeweled. : .I with The hedges were, tiei'liirecl; by the .
( the -town. .The UHtvndalVe upon' ( Sunday night arid, the people| of sweat; 'tMiitora to lie tho finest ever present. HL_: WELCOMES THE .EDITORS J' ;'il
there. UK dunks WHJrupoteil' nt the.' mr town .should 1 jnnfci; a strong t-roft( ;: 'I'd hear I Him I :say;: rtiflly., "My helper,_ "j to them ,liy; any city in which they
ixe'Hiitf! litnir; a- alu'iit!' 1 I-'O.,() 10 t attend. the Be.rvfoe.s. the remaining now bring" mo the level and rule;" li.ivo\ Ivld 1 hO'II' .IIW\'t inlot'. Tinlimits" OF FLORIDA 5 :
'I he, i1hi-r, fhiirihicall in t tl'ieirint I part' of the weel Sunday.. ifftcrnoon.\ To.h.ive; him bend) over; and teach me ..inj j pried so highly thai It 1.1 likely, tt ; 5.
and Am) Chipped' with 11"t .,i1 I :: p. m. theie1I1. ) lie a service: for I the. use hf eiu'h artisan's, tool, 1 hl'Y i will ,l>u kept' for yearn" .an: a M>U- if.: if "j
iiTV the .. ( 'ornr'anal. .. To hear lljnvmy, "This is she rtir, of the meeting here. .: .-
Metluidi-l) i-injrref.ition( (( eveniiifT .eterybod\: bring\ your a : 1,pgate ;t{ __ : :: :Ik':: J
hour The ii. . .. __. I Iy .. -k." :iiiil a supply) were niade especially :If:: Tell Your Friends About Us ;p: .
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'Or( "This i is a stout oaken house sill, for, the atfair l h.y the UitliliiiiK' ( '''111 t tY
I I Ik.liop: Hu"er it t :'II.d\ltj're.of . 1 hope, it will ',rest on a rock;" i"( any: of Altli-imro' Man They ii nminle : I -1
W.C.T.U. COLUMNForexrr ]] the :'I11h"di Ipiseupal .- \.- ) And. sometimes) His mother 'nightbring' of bronze ifixi. gold plate, in the f.H The Tra.veler'sComfo is Oar t} ;
ill life l'I'i'kll1.'SOIl,
'llIly wII.t ,
u.s row' meal in.' the midsumI -h.tpe l of a fios.s! liar and s'iinilar '' : t
and. aeu'i' lust. his 'II1I"thy, for thee I I mer" heat t. in .shfpo}) to. the popular: luitfjrajro'' ti:' Motto Always I :|:::|;: Jl"
hall! Inline* time' theIturaMe -)a"oLlIIilia/ II. AI this lime of liiSi I'Outspread it s>i simply befiye! us, and i heels) watrh folis.. The liar represent) I :r..
to gout, lie true and ,tlnui death 11 ie wow the 1''ld''l1t bishop oflunch I| hid! us to .sit down l and 111. .1 xcrullMtll, tWO TOSl'l 1 <]uills,' !up'] ?l ( Y b?
shall fetter Time. with ,....;.I.-Ia.lln t his! in Oklahoma ('il)'.) I II Then Iwilh both of us silent bc-fon-. , |p""priat" | to the ori'liMoii. Upon the |:q I: : f

ehain. :Silnller.; Him, the blessed. : -mill. the words. "K' I IKla. JJ y
I wish 1 hud( been (IIiS apprentic.", to !| Messiah would appear : -: lInllll"- n: :
Commenial; Hotel 1 Moderate Rates
A Modern at
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- see him each mot n ing: at -'n. ) stopTJO April iM.r: 111! ( Thepen- |
We are I heaiintr, ulid leiulmi 1 -"nt'I I IVl'I'Y As He tossed( His. gray tunic far. from! say: grace, and, a I tremendous/ II 1'1' danl, !in\ the shaj e deserihed\ l. heiiran: ,:i': i is Our Pride. r :At '
plain truth .from" jiulpit and Him, the master of ,'iii, Iii and of wouM (till all t Na/.uiX'th: ': shop.] rri-i't" 'lijrure/ nf 'hief Osi'Vola). ,in ,nlifiiloiijr ..H'.S.;,. i iyy
from pres, and. ,u"1' listen and heaven; g one-lialf of the surface, while : : r '
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read!, and! ponder one fll. .. 5luhds' ; out When' lie lifted( the lid ..f. !HU. workhesf : very (featly and thaV !5., that I the <- and, "I'k-Iwd| l Ills rurpenlel's' ( : MISS SMITH NAMED map of Florida! with KisMiniuci
woild is siek of sham. -If th j truth kit.And iiiiiikeil) in the eent.-r l h y a star l''I't t ; the Manhattan Hotel: .c
liurtK, it needs In lie told., looked) at His chisels and augurs ,I ,MIT, Ieeoratlon.s' represent Klonila. t'1'- H Ii
When \Voodruwl., spoke CANNING CLUB AGENT and Arrothe. fL ti -l>-----
) -ort inJaekMinville / , and took the bright/ tools out 'litres foliage. topof ; a
) a few. years ago/ he .,"aid of itVhtle ; I . the pen ,
"We have Wen living/ "> a jungle of \ He gazed: at the rising: sun, I :Mi.--" Albina Smith, teacher of tin appear: the words: "Florida) Press : Kissimmee, Fla.. y Hs; ::
)political undeijrrowth/ I ', and the I only tinting' the dew on I the openingflowlrs. Association, 1911! !(>." Keiieath and )'"1' .

way to 1 pvnetiate that jungle/ ) iw . eighth, grad' in the Kissimmiischools .0lo.i the bottom are the words .Vy........ . ... .......... .. .... .. s:
has been named ( ...... .. .. ;
through: the UMof, "ull1, <'ll '. Liketuliereulosis And smiled,! as He thought of His club agent: for Oseeola) county to 11111111 MIeed -<','(>!(>." ..:-..:...:..:...:.-..:...:...:...:...:.....ri...:MM...:.....:........::...:.......:_::.-.-.::..::..-.:x_- :_-:>...4-._.;._*''-<"_-"iOC'.-'._d'4:.'':>_<'.''-_'_'E'.''rOC''''._:.'-ri4Gfr44G'_'- >_''-''_'-. P60II <'7-
) the disease'' of politics. !l-'atner, whose, love floods lhi> .
) :Miss Anne
< Itryan Car!< finds a master. in energy' and open planet of ours; '
; resigned.' .
air. I'ulilieity is its worst enemy and I
When lie fastened His about i
apron I :Hiss Smith was. recommended f.''i, II
if used right/ will\ ,!t..lroy'l'ry. gems ahd I
Him Ills '
put on / :, the position. by Miss' Ellen AgneHairis ,
of the dread complaint.; ,
state agent for this work) :ind,
This remedy is gaud for all\ dadeijur And grasped, I the smooth, haft of His ,
ha. just be..n notified' of her
fonditinnx. Many lessons ate I hammer, to give the !bent woodvork (- II We are Glad You
.. I by the State Hoard! of ('Ollt I I1 II IMis
learned i in thesemodel n days. The \ \ a tap. I : i !Smith' i is: fully in. l
wily politician is lejiininc; that it does. Saving. "J, ld. let (Ini-'li this HPIIfl Edit .
us ox handle' this \\oik, ) und will undoubli" .' I ors Came. The Whole
not pay' In"" t\to-sided', I that if he )\oki. The fanner must put in hi. I ly maintain the tanning'li'b/ ,' of (0..> '
. .schemes to fraiii the vote of the worst; I '
"crop." da.. county at its 1 present high: state ..f!
classes I ', he must forfeit theote.. of i I'll't I wish 1 had, been I Hi-I apprent' i ic", elficicnvv.A. City is Yours. I
the letter class'hunch. member.' ) and; woijved in the :Xa/aieth':( ( shitp!
"Viire learning/ that to .10! good they ,i
must: lie (food.< "A man 'mll'I' ',- Some wish. had J ben,, Mount, I I
I they on prudent! mother i.- alway" on the I
i-hurn'h! church) lit every! word.Vlth" ,, Till",,'. In hearken' ) unto His, high watch< for symploins of worms in her ] WHILE WE WELCOME YOU WE
no more piety thim: other ,ople--a !ii ,
speech.When children.< Paleness' lack) of interest '
i daw's not reckoned a leliffious bird the quick' and the dead were" : in play, and peevishness is the signal WANT TO TELL THE VOTERS '
i' because it )keeps cawing from u' .beside Him! lie holding communion forV111Ts'S ('HEAM''EI : \
I steeple." The world is demanding! I with each; 1 KIKJK. A few d<)sec of this excellent\II-1

c '. the genuine in all things .aa it never Some. wish they, had heard the soft remedy puts an earl to the worms and of Osceola County -. '
has before. accents that stilled the weechil the child soon acts naturally. Price &-
I : TUB NAZAKKTH) SHOP dren's alarms , I Z5epel''' bottle' Sold by Osceola tr 1 1i

1 I .(The following...striking i poem W41S When He. won. .the 1,weetbubesftl. ..', ., .! y?m j,,Pharmacy". ." .,,- ",., .. ". ,."; .,,J,. ,' ,' .," ,".,\",..'''"j"I', i ''a |ABOUT MflgwIHiW OUR|BIC|STOCK' iGROCERIESSEEDS, ,* HAY, 'GRAIN' FEEt&TUFFMETc| J Jr' ;
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Work was started t.hls'week on. If candidates for delegates from ed in each of the congressional dis : iii

the paving of Main street from Oakreef Florida to the Democratic National tricts. .. .
.. north to the city limits. The941abama Convention: in St. Louis will place If this plan were followed Florida
Paving company, which has loyalty above personal] ambition and would be sure of representation at
thin contract, apparently intends to pride a question which has been vexIng the National Convention, whereas to
rush the work through as quickly: as'possibt one to the party leaders and rank await the canvassing of the vote, U

& and file .as well may be Solved. i(I there are. any contests, might pre1 I

;I Tho"grading and curbing gangs are It has been stated that since the 1 elude representation. I Ff.r: !,?il dV i j ': ''q t ti
:: now at work and the brick is on the National_ Convention will open in St.]I, The vote in Florida has never been # !:@:!::"sj'ti; E.'Y E.

way no that when the curbing is laid i Louts on June 14th and 'the Demo- ., completely'canvassed within a week t jy!... IYiAEa A ! 'li I !i ii: j 'l Iil
and the grading! completed"tho paying cratic primary in this state is not after the primary and there is reason I iti .i' j! : LI
can be taken up. held' until June 6th, it will be almost \to believe that it could not this time,
The completion of the section of impossible J-o have the vote canvassedin I| so that some sort of a plan ought to ,
paving will join the city paving with time to'know who are the qualified be devised to assure representation I
that of the county and give a' solid delegates to the convention.The I II I I: for the ])Democratic party of the statein
brick road from Kissimmee to Oi Ian- the 'National Convention. It is to i
I suggestion is made that this
do. problem may be solved by an agreement I i be hoped t.hat.the. .candidates will ; THE AUTOMOBILf SUPERIOR
Saturday, April 22, the city such a scheme and
On among the candidates. There I I; agree upon some ,
council will open bids! for more paving I I I II j I thus prove that their party loyaltyis
lire four delcgaloq at large and two WITH. VALVE-IN-HEAD MOTOR
work in the city, u resolution to I from each congressional district to above their personal ambition for I'
that effect having been passed at the what little honor is attached to the
be named, making twelve in all. It
last of till council. The .
meeting : I
is presumed that all of the candidates ,, position.
streets to he paved and' the: regulations will Us in favor of the Ii" Ask any of the many Buick owners what
provul! -cl for paving arc as follows r"nominaliof.1 VERY OFTEN
of Woodrow Wilson for
: I I ? they think of their cars.
.. Stewart uvt ,me from Church ! Let the candidates for delegates at mare, pop?
width from to
curb.Broadway from; Clyde avenue through 'lurire agree that the names of only.I,I "As a rule she's an old nag sonny. a I SATISFIED CUSTOMERS ARE'7f.r

J't'iitield street, i' west to lil- {four of their number be placed upon I. f
mining (Considerable is bei'npnat'd =
then south the the ballot, so that there will be no acreage /( OUR BEST ADVERTISEMENT
linghum avenue; to ] to torn at Turkey Creek and i 7f.r
opposition and their selection need :
road or street running alongside t.he'iiorth'rly .
.silk at the A. C L railroad only be ratified by the voters. To vicinity. I .f
and known us Clay stieet Thence I select Mic four the suggestion, is made -,----'--- i= We are proud to represent this Automobile -

southwesterly along said Clay streetto that the candidates pledge their vote I- -" .
the city limits.. Width of paving for Wilson and then place their I I in Osceola county.
I names in a box, from which four
Penfield and
through Mrcct IMllmg- 70. .. .
ham u\enut, fifteen feet; along Clay names will be drawn in the manner _::
street width of paving nine feet I similar to the drawing of a jury, the
from A. f, 1. rail- names thus !selected to go on the ball j.
road east to the city limifs; width lot.A %
of fifteen fef.t. All of said l like procedure could be follow x TO VISIT OUR BUICK GARAGE

pavement within I _______ ._ __ ___._ _ _
work to I br templet a reasonable -

time from the letting/ of said Ml* IION.ORIA Q. MILLER
contract to be determined, by the '

council.! All bids! to be filed with the 1,1 MACH BROTHERS
Whereas, God in His all-wise -
providence !
city clerk 'not later than five o'tlock has tailed our beloved friend : I, ..
p. m. 01? April :22nd, 191C( Each': bid
and sister to receive her everlasting
, ) .
must be accompanied by a ('<' -tifi<'jl -
check in the sum. of $25000; and eachR reward" be it I i- KISSIMMEE FLA.
Resolved 1. That in the death of ,
bid must be prevented! 11 a sealed envelope -
I ,
Mrs. Miller, the Ladies' Aid and Missionary '
uddnxsed to the cite clerk and x :-
Societies of the Kissimmee f
J.9t .
marked "HitN for Paving.| The suc- I
Piesbyteriun church, have.lost u de f. .1..
O"ssful bidder shall be "required{ Ui accept -!
(.irti' itarcs of indebted's constituting I voted m-mbor and helper I :::; GM:-l-i.S+{-.-: tt 2 That we bow in humble submission .&
bens" against aliulting property -
for the fare value] h 'n'of for the to the will of our Heavenly Father k 0 MOb-0{O----.Y..c-... S }Lfi+}+: }i Y iOE"DbrrOSd40 60 N1C'44406400
1 ,, who death! all things well. .
propm'tiunute sharv-} of tIle' \\orkjf-: -
I I 3. That we extend to the bereaved Ernest AmosAn

senHcd 1 ugaint't bidder abutting willIt'! owrv-rs.further TheBUcteBkful re- (i I their family time our of deepest sorrow.sympathy in this Experienced Man for I =111I111111I111I1111I11I111I1111111111I11I111111I11I11I11I1. 11I11I1111I11I11/11111I1111I1111I1111I11I11I11I11I11""" / 111111111111111111111111111111" / / " =

4luirrd] to give a bond in a sum equal = =-=
4. That we cherish the of -
to 50 per cent of the amount of ,bid, memory STATE COMPTROLLER -= SoI -:- =
j her noble life and that a copy of these STATE: FOR =
if the city council deems it advisable YOUR AUDITOR 12 I = "
to require said bond. The. council re resolutions be spread' upon the min YEARS. KNOWS THE. WORK' :
serves\ the right.'to lejue1 any) ,mid all utes of each society a copy sent to OP (():\tI>ROLLER'S OFI'ICF.THOROUGHLY )!' ':;:" ;
the family'and a the Kissimmce Business Without BanksIS
copy" :
lidtls. I' PROM: ACTUAL I
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. ,> ..,, ::.; \ \.:;.\\1>(." Valiey'Gazett!) .j.j <$ W\ 1'\\" :I 'EXPERIENCE.: I WILL APPKE.CTATE : . .
Mrs. E. .P. Caldwell YOUR VOTE. :::: =.
Mrs. T R. Moseley

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flay has l begun on the] KI".nm't'. c
Golf] Hub links in tho mixed foursome ,
Grocers Editors
for which a number\ of prettycup are /
!' have teen oll"'ipd, In chit members --
The following! matches' have Best FriendsWE'RE --- --

been played with th- indicated ipsult: .
Harry Hunter and, Urn: S..II. Bui- I_ We occupy a field that needs us just as

lock defeated Raymond lienrden and GROCERS
community needs Editors of =
Mrs. Howard Katz with a score of 2 I your you,
up and 1 to play] ; K 1 I.>. Wood hlI11 THAT'S WHY 1 = Florida. =
and Miss hands dt>fcated.Bob) Hullork : 1 .== '
and Mrs. J. I). Clark, with a Score of WE WELCOMETHE -
1 up

Curious metal ornaments, like the' Your importance in the upbuilding of the
.. chain meshes of a purse, are used on Press AssociationTo

military-looking suits.Kissimmee. great state ,in which. we live is not to be -_

V the Voters Osceola County: underestimated.We __


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glad to have with us and -
WorksWe elected we guarantee to give you Satisfaction you

Cleaning both in =, shall be pleased to have you call at our _=

QUALITY AND PRICE = bank during your stay in Kissimmee. -

, Clean, Press and Taylor's Cash Grocery =-- -=-

Repair Your Clothes I PHONE 250 KISSIMMEE, FLA. = If we can serve you, we shall be glad to .

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t 0"+ l 0'10 l 0 i 0 l,II 0 lfllCi '- 0+0- 0.*0 I 0 "H++<+0+H+,++* ing' fine program: active worker removed from' J/4JtQ\\-! : oooo- <-. *o.o 4< 4>+
Music on fifeviolin'' and piano; by ship, In th$' Springfield( Presbyterian

t .Eugene',Schofield, 'John. Audrl t and society: : of ..Jacksonville. lie will find AdvertisementsSTALLION
Notes Classified
f 0 $ Society $ } ftll" Edith: Hara-od.J They wer loud- ,pleasant; acquaintances' in Tampa we 1. .L '

ly applauded and responded with another ] IjclieVe..

F l Hattie! n..lle llar"",' Edito,..) .' .. :i: number; :Mrs; Davies recited TatlainRweek! for'societies1'. ., the ..- ',- . .- .- - . t
"GciK-ral Scott andtho Cornet I South:; Is 22-29 wjioai ufik-
Veteran. .: .May we arc ; : :
DWELLING for rent to1 M.
Y1. i iKAl'TIST solobV\ E. Dt ,hrcve: The'' aulI- 'led! to (rive one-tenthof our weekly ]l, Tiller, .. :
Requeit i.i made 16 all' patrons of# the Valley Gazette to send items ence culled for tore, 1 BO' "he gave it. i'aacoano' to the church deaaoaaainalion' to Stronfif, intelligent, gentle, excellent z----_"

-of Society Events to the. Editor for publication in these colnmi. MH.; / GraceCooper., .puve; 'I a xplet did which we individually Ib l t'loiij. Wrftc. condition Money Refunded if 6tf no 'I WA.NTED, PINE LOGS-Delivered ,\
L. colt. 422 West Oak street.,. I to railroad at your shipping point.
-- 10 reading entitled ."Tho Three Lovei-s Karl I.chmann, Kiisley; Ala, for information -
. . _ _ . _ _ _ . . . . . . . . _ 0 0 0 0 t'I Will Carleton'. This well I I For particulars write .to box 83,
by was BO
H'Ofdl "T'Y"T'" """ 'W'"o ""' FOR KENT-Six room cot-- '
JiIttisPERSONS roceived that she recited '"The "Ul'es- I| MI-K. Ruth Wyandt CavaaaRh. 2819 tape, dose in; $12 per month. E.' Louirhman. J Florida 10-3t I... ':,
MEETS : ; : "
W. M. I1. FN1'E1t1AINS111.x. ; I I
trick Skulc." The ladies! quartet, | Tuiaferro) street, Tampa) is. closingher E. Wells neal Estate and Insur-. '''FOK SALE, Ford touring car in Al :i.i i.
captured, all by vinRaaag "Florida. Quiet flour department! I statistics. ance. 104 I'ossiel Ave. (The Inn )
'I The U"ptiVOIIICI1* Missionit'yUnion : GeorgeV." Persons entertained i i condition, at a bargain 'at Griffin'sGaraire. ,
Fair Florida." i Edith ]If know of comrades whose I
liar rod
enter. you TilADE for horse and II 1N: __
not; last Wednesday' afternoon: her home FOR SALE Oil ,
'at on Beaumont, ayenlle111U4 twined, with a piano solo] Some who names you arc not Hur:? have boon wagon one 3 cy. Buick In Roodcondition : I -.,- "
HelloModie.: f.or
of :Mrs.
the home
at Thursday afternoon in honor" of were to tithe parts were absent HOM'r. ajlven her, lie sure 'to do it .soonShe good lire; must s.or\ :FOR SALlS-One gray western ware, ;
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for the "regular Micial session.Mm. the birthday of :Miss Ella Mae Gil"berl' ; !- Wentworth recited,) "The Union." "i-Npects to have a line report to taketo trade at ones A. M. Jones, P. O. { good worker driver and saddler; ,
3( J. M: Johnston wn in charge of the ; ; The nirair, wau surprixo' for Frahk Philpot \".impressively rendered )c'I.and> and. ia willing you share in Box 221. I which) ooaanw-led ;of un informal ..
I program , Miss liilberl. :America, in the sign language, it. i borne wagon with pole. Enquire A.i .
discussion of inir.xionary fields Ll'-OIc1): ..tor('. I host '
I, I A color!I scheme of !pink and clue ;Mr. Shreve and Edith Harrod gciaerously (Grace; A. Townsernl.: grocery i i S. !Nelson 11-tf -
in Mexico; 'lima and Uravil/ _.. 11\'lc'. Reduced .ent. W. C.: Pi'i'k-
was carried, out in (the de(;orutions, I helped taut with another selection - -- --
Th m etinar was rn": g.l )' jitteaiJedund t linm. flux 'Iii'.', tit. ('loud. lti-2pd.(! :! FOR :SALE:; :-FivL'-puKKi-iijrer Buick
1''ff'"hnwnIK and; 1 place rnrdx. A on the cornet mail pian'o. Com ,
1 murk intoi-eiil was shown.COI.F J. I PRESIDENT [ --- - auto, 'or would IrmL/ for buildinglots. ]
, rail Allen } favorite voltinlei :
cake in the. of popular ,
large biithdny eo'itor i a -
t FOR) SAI.IC:-Automobile. in' firnt- 1 E.. 1'. U d,Zing,- or Griffin
; 'I'UI'UN \ IE'I'1': I) \ the In Me VUIH' !ol'ham'-'iited! with pink ) ,ii"l with a love oiir.( This so.tickled MAKES ANNUAL REPORT II | class! condition, or will riulo. Inquire i'initro.; Id-

lii I nd'3hite, .'nndh'! .. T\\v\ flavors wereIii1ip his hearers' that ho ""appeal" i-d I Iii //I -.. --- lireakor & liaicluy: Kassinaaavo. tpd.'
I. I'sntnt-rs, cII'llwn-\I' the 'ihixd 'fmiroine baskets tilled l with pink mid trim iii Jiaid.l "bade 'his friends, 'jjood-byc'' ((1.'(,a IInaed' rroha page 1) Stf WILL I-:lT\rijA\T( ; : NO mare farm i Ir\-

now being111ny'd\ at the Kiimmec : white' miits..FruTt Junch and a salad an
Gulf; Club links are' as follows: coursewero' served." und CoaairadiDuuKherty we-n-. <-d to find. indictment howevercept IiGs;< ;<; FOR) IINr"fllTh.ou'h.: / K.HMfence's\ .on :20! ) acres, ru'nini, :

t Ijiwri'iicpCnrr" : nd ;Mr". ( '11111<1... Harper :Miss Marlin: Hisliop}, wan the. /firstpri.e at their best in a domestic Kfcnc acted for assault and battery, j 'lIcl the "",,1 bred, tllility Haired Plymouth stream" of \Miti-r on place, for improved '

}rl I ; I'. I K.'C"I\" '" airl.Mrs.; 1C.': ( '. in the flower contest, vhileAirs. oa: the stiaife. Song, "Com In!! was referreal back, to the justice for Hooks] 10 cents each Fifty <,>Yor or unimproved, in Duval

d llryan ; II. A. Hunter and :Mrs. S: II. : Hilton \\iiv awarded I the enllanlauon. Thro SI. Cloud," by the ladies <|U.u- dial. I would I be untrue tn the trust \ more, i cents each. Kinir' Poultry I county, FII.] Address V. 'c. Severance -

Jiullock! ; Raymond, Koiir.lcn) and, :Mrs.Ilownnl . The ::" ... also eniriiiriyl: In a tttte. \\'. F. Keney "recited"The ISar-, reposed' 1 in me by you i if I std, not call Yards, Lakeland. Fla. itw :\-'',t : owner ) Jacksonville. : FH.! 1(5-2;
1 Katz; l Kdgur Katz lI..t. :Miss: contest( in which the name:, of statesiweie nit'" Last BUII'lUet"" and another, the ion in this theumst -
a t I. 'nt connection to % \ s # N S S SX S VW W > 'W
r Isabel I llanultonr; !Ir..1.>> W. Simpson I KUo.H..t! title not known by the seca-etary. The '
abuse) of I
) dastardly political hifUI'l1 'J. II. is here ft Pd
returned fmin
1 .1. I F. O'lti-rry Hryaii' omit amiat.eaeowlt \
n land :Miss III" /' Carson ; Hob Ilullork. Those present were, : :Misses j 1 EllaGilbert ; choir sang "Uncle Ned" as it closana, in itto enter, into
and Mrs.' .1. I II, ClarkK.; I II!. \\'....d. 'I ;\Iac' ) (Conine Gilbert) OuulaMalloy number. The chair, appointed 'the power criminal] permitting for most hiK-l \ at IWKdale.. near 'Miami', Sunday I )' Msitinjr' bifamily.: Mr. BryI -
a prosecution'" n and conditions faiorable I lan is. interested, : in theturpentine
ham and Miss: Hands. ; Cal :McCiiujjf- ; ,. Lucy Buckles, Ruth Clark, following( pei'sons'to bf vc'! charge of tnrdly! outrage. Funds: for the (prosecution reports; crop i business.
that section. .
hen and Mrs.. 1 1'. I K. Weaver: ; Say( ; I.iv- Ma i lea BIshop, Ruth (Clark Ceeela the social I hour on dates opposite) of the assailant were raised I \ in |I IS

itijTst-on and :Miss 1 i Marina: bishop: ; I.. |, Overs! reet.( Mrs.. Eddie. Lancaster, I their Oates.'l': '' l 15-; ,-\\"'. 1'. Lyaieji!:) ; by HI.... I 1)). H. :McKay of t the Tampa v if r WXX"

11. Hamilton Jmd, l :Mrs. II. C. St.a of all. I:I Mrs. Chapman and Mrs. Hilton.- Apiil S :l-H.'v. John H. Westcott ; I'aily Times, whose efforts in tins behalf ,:,,:.':-:-:-:-:-:..:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:- : : :":-:-:-<-:-:-:...--=-----X--: <--X-: :

.... April :2!I- John 'Anderson.. of '
v 'tire'woilhy great praise.There S: ; I IY I
Closed by saaagiaag thc Star Spat;
i is in the same town at this y
led tanner.] .:,1. ;M. Anderson secy lime, another honored member' of ourAssociation I I 5: i II

St. Cloud . V-:-<--}-,pr6db4r.J+<"" 4'" who. stands ihiirjrcd with I
Department l I
: rilmmiil libel. Under our libel laws, i 0 Hats For Easter and

,, ?' CHRISTIAN\ : ENDEAVOR: *: almost any old article, printed in any Y I

Old paper, is. a ciiminat I lijicl.. I hope _
NEWS AND\ :NOTES OF THE "WONDKR: CITY" PROM: OUR UNSI'E11L : <" : <":-< "' ;" :": ':" von will proid a fund frombuii _

i I'X"- '\\ letter comes f'oan .1. II my' Miccessor' may make" an jtppropn.itioii -
I of :St. Baud and Presliyt'11.11 to as-i i-t in the di-fcn-e,, of I! 1i'1-

I ''F.iad.-axor:: woik..Next . t the liaother' in t Ltouhlemi Graduation

( Carl-on, II,'. Hiukma-t." ", and I 1 siiinmi' ,r in :N'chiaska.: 'I :' Sunday'is I the last one in tlnK. I feel( \viy, grateful tit 'th.- mint

Lynn Dauifheity "motoieil, to Deer TinEpworth/ I :: League. of II"1.: 1 '' t'( :. > ,'a,'. 0"" at I'a-t the last "n r \\n-i-, of t the Association' fur, the honor s

Park on Wednesday.Miss I wall hold. its monthly,, hiismesmeetintr 'I 1 liefoio we aaaoot at IVl.aml. und li"M tlu-y have conferred on me. It i- inm ::: :

; Ada \Lewis ]left Tuesday at the jiarsixaaare FinliiyIfvciuiair ''another election, of ...tat. uIRcrrs.ui'I' : l \ opinion the hi -he..t hiiiun m that f f'

morniaaif for Mead\ille, Pa.Mr. I April 14. I Ii have a eason toirethor. of prayermu'I set l.e con ferny! short of elec'inn. asu'ov.inor

: and] ;Maj. ". Fi'aaik' <'aldwellMrs.1 | --- I i "m (iii';, in the ,'oll\l'nlion, .\I|>, II "f our trieiit tate. (inset it

\\'. I. Hurber) and little, daughter; left, The :New' Enirliiiad; Soei-ty Meld it- JO. :I.!'!. Are. you ,puia;); to I lie' th M V ft II to me was not only a Miipne.l"ii f 0 AT CUT PRICESf i

Satrrday, anorninir, lat to spend sometime \ monlbly Inectantr, in ''h,'. upper G.! A. !!! ]If ","t. we -urel'}' ::1.c, -ony'for > i ito .{ most iriatafyinar in every way. It v i

Itt t (Omaha, Neb.. 'I IIr. | R. hall Wednesday c! evening, April 1 I.j., nil it. 'ha-1 pinion to me that you ladies and X '

;\ and :Mr-. John. McGrnth! start-, ,'i ;Meeting" wi-! opeiH'il' 1 by \'ice I're-i- ;.Mt-, G i. V. Spaim.. loader foi 1,1'1.!, . i-iitlemen.! do not select the tiflTin'-. I i: .

cd, Saturday morni'ii:: for their home' ile-at \Venlwoith. .Minutesif: the, li-f: :younir! aril older p.'opK1'' j-ooietirtt, t'f' \'ovn', A -sotiatiorv liecau-e' of I their :i: r:: ,

I at B..t..n.Ia: .N.. ,-c'li-,' sirs' 'tend: 1 1.d apm.ued, I.; I.lit/ haent an lilt rr, '-Lin),' I' '.nection. with any one of the great !

Clay Johnson jl'a, in our city the secretary' :Mfs.Jane Warjier.Ameiica letter., They had! -ploaalid trusty --p.-iier--| of the -tale -lullimply' .i. AT TH EBON t.

on :Monday, -baking )ituadi with his meeting last. munth alHI l iii'I'l 'I! l'eiau'e of their de-ire to -er\e then1 I
\ was: sung )by the aoil hi>ine.i .
nanny fiiends.Mr. I that even .m a -mall !)C'W1I1"1/' \Hi-I, fellow' man. y
Address i by Mr. Smith. Pianist.' :Miis
and Mrs. C. L. Dudley left on "hart ct was whatfur much that The committee, on Constitution and : .:_
: : Iy' new manna-ms were taken
Thursday: for a visit, with friends, at' they I : could .do for the :Master Lutz I l'\\ I.uwhas. a > cry I important "report )
I in. Sung, "Hurrah for (Old) !New Kn"-
Tampa. ,is, in southwestern ,district and 1 one of to make to you. The continued! life
land, by %limms Warner, and Mrs.Wentwoath' 1 '
Mr. and Mrs. Aa-ndt, quests of the several United Brethren centers of and most distinguished honors extended 1I'.y. HAT SHOP
I with.lin; I TON
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Arrpwsmith home, are visiting in Christian!! Kndeavor.Another to pur Association depend' I" ;

Tampa for a wcek,* ; t ; ? : 1''I :. ;. ', .Air.. Currier\ ;,," ; o" ( ,l. .. ,;/: good .letter = is from";".\Iis8nerVhaiPearfipn upon your action on the report of this '

irat'BI'TiltonIleft;: ? *-'WQ i '"-,I Tuesdayjeveningtoapead'.u !! 11'I |\ )Ctirrer tojF1ace'yJIis| : !.! ||'';:pile'RendinhriLMr r ! : l}:ecrftaryj.f I IrJ theCondr4gaGonal <<;, 1 committeei; I.b, efi pceklford thistreport!' ,, : -

(fewjjJayjjat|'ranap Reading\ Mr 1 work: ''n'S\ I' terburg! your lmost'?: rareful'constderation! ; 't' ::: .1,(, 1 1ooo

"'"'\Conway. Firkans. .wliol htal been vas WentworthDaURherty' ,.rrrrrr Recital 0,1 b'ytrlli( : ,Their|||society' was (reorga 111 zed find } thank; l you < ooo oo ooooooooooo.o

icing lias parents on 'a leave of absence !; Auld'Lang Syne, audi. flow contains 'various'apes',1 l)6t' later: t __ .
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left Wednesday. morning for .n(" I I, on a junior society is hoped for. I .:. ,} }<-: :-:.q: ..:..}.}:-}{: a1..:}.:-} -:-:..:-:-:-:-}.; H 0. o.--+c i ij ,
Norfolk] Va., for the Navy. I The last paper! placed on the press ....;..:":------j---: : : : : <..:-:..:-:..:-:..:-:..:-:..:..: 40 0 0 0 0 00 tOt 0 0 0 0
Mr. and Mrs. John A kw\th.\ of list the Kaa- .
The Veterans Association called department" exchange! I is I 0'1' T7.
Tildeai] Neb.) ivho have )been Msitini and good,
( to order at :2 p. m. Saturday, April] ford Tribune, a ( I ]letter came 0
Mrs. Atikwith's. aunt :Mrs.. licnson, Kth, by President Kenney. from" its I'dlor11', : Lewiwho is nKndeavor f
left Wednesday morning for their : man of long training.! Rai-I I A
The_ audience "America and
\ iioithem home. ford expects ;Mr, Fiajrj to come soon I
f M I'll. E. C. Ernest t. who has )been Rev. .N'oi-tha-up: offered a f.WOI'rls and tell ,its Kndoavoror": of the f'hil-, Editors Wear Clothes
of prayer. The choir, the "Hat-
spending the winter here, stalled, on Mint Idrt'n', Home Sni'r'1y a'1.01! Klorida's
tic Cry of Freedom, the audience, I I A 1 1They're
i Monday evening for her lag)me Ins hom"li ss little one..
joi t'tTngh..ll.tily in the chorus. Tlv
,,. New York. She was accompanied, as I Kecent atul minutes of April J tat read 1 and
l fur as Kisftiiumce!' by. Mrs." C. K. to our otfice wee fruitlm,-s :Xaianic : -
approved] l as read. Moved and carriedthat
Z Jll'ndrix'ho spent! Monday evening( ,! Golden; m ritrodurtionorker' in

f mid! Tuesday the guest of Mrs. Tat- | the in amount the minutes of collection of each. nat-eling he published ) 'i Ah'bnnmV.' ; II. Deans/ field" secro n:. Not September Morns :

man, at Kissimmee.Mr. taiv for the provincial m m urio'i of Manitoba '
for the information of the (
I und! Mrs. Hunt left Tuesday The) collection taken nmounted to ), ; :Sass Grace; Hooper,! 'tiled KOOj : ..
morning to spend! the summer at I II j rotary of N'elnasKa! and Stanley: ] H. Jf _
$5.08. ..
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Vamli'isaal, general '( ''l'IIII'Y of :
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and :Mrs.'' William Kickctts( left Ales.Vemt\ worth ;fjiive; notice that, jOhio.i < ) ,._ i, H We Welcome 'Em to Kissimmee
7 Tuesday morning to spend, the summer the New England/ ] nsociationT would] '! For. the Introduction: h'partr.wnt of ,

nt Lima, Ohio. meet in the upper" room of the G;I. A. Florida, we ha'i tI"1I the Chrin-I I fill Whether They Are Dolled Up .
R. Hall next Wednesday at :2! 'I :i:
I. It. Talton was working, the street p. m. I tiaaa church society of Tampa: asking

'I' on Tuesday over by the Seminole' ,': 'III's.'C'l1tWOl'tJ: gave live" fullow-: I I it t.o ..welcome. It. Humphries? ant :.i:.:'::' or Not. ,c% O* v3C t5C }

Pharmacy) and it was a howling sue- : ':'

t'CSK.Mr. ':: :-:..:-:-.--=......:-:-:-:-:..........:-o.XxX..X: ->< :-:":.:-:- - s:;3.Y: ..
i : lerinir; and Mr. Shreve, left on : : t

If' T.uesday jaaorninir for Shreve, Ohio. I I, .1.I z.I; I i $ Are You'a Registered Voter? .
George; H. Arnold, who has been a
guest at the St. 'loud hotel, went to I < :
Ki-ssimmee. for a few days before going i *'1. .J 6,

to his home f .
iiortbera : Let us look you in the face. ::1: If you are you're over twenty- ,
The received fine
postoffice a

t. AVednesday fl8IC., (ixlO, from anorninfr.Mr. the. government( on I I";: We'll make oily welcome personal. .:}: I3 I I I :t,.: one years of age and old enough V c

und! Mrs. Hodi and daughter: .1. .1. I I it i:: to know good clothes when you

Emma; who have l been) spending, the : CANDIDATES AND :
winter here left Tuesday] mourning for It''d-_: See. 'em. t & e c eWE

., their honv- at Lima, 'Ohio. I"

Pennsylvania J. Dennis) and avenue wife, left, residents Wednesdaynaorninjf of i Y'i: We want you to let us see you. :': it! MAKE JUST THAT KIND; [

for their home at Chester. d': We can make yoU look and feel betfr t .

.: Iowa. -1 ter. & We can FIT YOUR FRAME :

Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Penn left Tues- *'V
':' day morning for a few days stay at : with GLAD RAGS.. & e 'J:

Tampa and St. Petersburg WE ARE "REAL" BARBERS. i il.t h l
3. P. Wrenn who has passed av

pleasant winter in our midst left ,I ;n'

'Tuesday morning: for his home at : Give us a chance and we'll .prove it. I CO1VaE SEA US D

Overland Park, Kans. I r :
Satisfaction and service we guar .
The brick has arrived for the Rick-

'; .tta and Williams oven and work Will antee.fCNNELLS. '

be commenced immediately and it will
'. ; soon be ready for use. : SUITATORIUM t1

!"i Mr. and Mrs. Hills, who have been BARBER SHOP ,
pending the winter with Mrs. Hill's
i uncle, Mr. Seagrave, left Tuesday Ii j I KISSIMMEE FLORIDA UIM

morning for their home in Connecticut 103 Broadway Kissimmee Fla. :tf,

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Mr.- d.M; Martin?, of:Carolina I i ,I } ,

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Gilbert D. Leach, Editor, Leesburg Commercial. 1

. i be 7 responsiblefor the abuse of very Constitution itself and mu'-t 'be'' question of motive there, yet the those who habitually insist upon,the statement is produced //and it seem
'I th:.. iI;.i-, .:, -i.d; : r.p.laKh::.:i lie passed remedied by the people of Florida: as court did not agree with the former I editor pulling chestnuts out of the I that! the editor Is cleared: of guilt and
to restrain the of
or abridge liberty whole. At meeting in Kissim- ruling, and found verdict for the fire. It
speech or of the. press.' In all criminal I a our a provides fino of $500 or im- clothed in righteousness, here comes
prosecutions and civil actions mee this year we should take the first\ plaintiff, awarding damages.Just prisonment up to a year' for anyone that Section 13 and says he must
I for libel the truth may be given 'In steps toward the elimination of the Provisions of Law. who gets an editor to publish a libel. show that his mind was clean when

I 1 i evidence that to the the jury matter, and charged if it shall as phrase "and was published for good Not all the law bearing upon libelin However, that does not release the he wrote the article else, no matter .

appear libelous in true, and was published mot.lvesor at least for the modifica- Florida is bad. The section ((4356)) editor from responsibility!. to t.he.per- how true It be, he stands convicted.
for good motives, the party shall be tion of this phrase to place the burden which provides for the punishment .son libelled. HE STANDS ,CONVICTED. BUT
acquitted or exonerated. of proof of malicious publicationupon 'leaves out the minimum and. placesthe The next two sections deal with OF WHAT tIt
b I The wording of this section is such the plaintiff or the state. maximum at in defamation of women and with black- .
one year jail or is not libel! that he stands convicted .
that the burden of the proof of the Courts Do Not Agree. fine up to $1,000. I I I mail. They are strong, just as they of and for which he must pay,
.Y' motive prompting the publication is I What constitutes a good motive? Section 3267 provides that tho 1 should be. They should stand. Like- for libel must defame and certainlythe
uponthe one who speaks or writes. '' Ordinarily the very character of a name of the person written must be wise an amendment 3222a) adoptedat telling of a truth upon any person
Not only must he prove that hp/ spoke newspaper is sufficient reason for the given whenever any printed article 1 the 1911 session protecting from cannot de-fame that person. If the
wrote the exact truth, which is publication of matter of general news reflects upon the morals honesty or I publicity the identity of girls or wo- truth lowers him in the estimation of
just"and.. proper, but he must' as well value, regardless of injury truth may I integrity of any person. This is just, men who become victims of assault his fellows, he has stood higher"than
i I prove that his motives in such speaking impose upon those who arc trans except it fails to provide for cases I I of a criminal nature. he deserved. It may take from him

or writing were I above repioach. gressors. where the true name is not known or Injustice in Civil Actions. some fame that is not rightfully his,
It leaves. nothing for the man accus- Hut courts have not hlways agreed where a fictitious name is given andit I believe that the two changes suggested and in no other branch of law is there
|<,d, guilty though he be proved to in this. In the case of Eldridge vs. I should be amended so that it will will clear! the legal atmosphere provision for punishment if one deprive -
answer. It 'is still upon the speakeror State 27 Fla., 162, the rule is laid : cover such cases. Another case for us in criminal actions based upon another of something'the other -::
the writer, though he has provedthe down that good motive in making a against the Tampa Tribune held because libel, but there remains the post un- does not own. Nevertheless, unless
truth of his assertions, to, prove publication need not necessarily beI I a young woman Arrested in'' just measure of all. Under the law the editor can show "good motive" In
GILBERT D. LEACH that he had Ho bad motives in so proven in all (cases, but may under I Tampa gave the name of a )young'I governing civil action for libel and, telling the truth he passes under the "
speaking or writing the truth. certain circumstances, be implied by woman living in another town in slander in Florida we find this sec ban of the court and must suffer the

Hitting hack to the time of the What a wide latitude there l1lbe the jury. I South Florida. There was no guilton tion: penalty and the humiliation of payingfor
r adoption of the Bill of Rights of the in defining "good motive." The least I Then follows the recent decision in the part of the newspaper. It "144!), In Special Cases: something he has not done. .
Florida Constitution the press of this disagreement prev'o u>kr between the the case of Taylor vs the Tampa Tribune I printed the name recorded on the I 1. FOR LIBEL AND SLANDER.In If the letter of this law were en-
-Late haM been more or less under the writer and the one upoh whom an unwelcome in which there was no questionof police blotter and no one in the department - actions of libel and slander the forced throughout, the state of Flor-
I plaintiff that the words
ban If not at the mercy of those truth is told, might bear outa wrong motive. The newspaper inl knew there was any otheryoung ,i matter complained may aver of were used in or a ida, the editors bf the state should be :
it has been instrumental in -unmasking charge of revengeful' motive and i I' this instance was following well established womqn with such a name. defamatory sense, specifying such defamatory treated like little tin gods by the
; ( and placing in their true colorsin make of the writer a guilty mart, just precedent and methods em. That case was compromised by the sense without any prefa- free people Who can stand on the
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the limelight of jiublic view the as !guilty as if his true writing should plowed bynewspapcrs< throughout the payment of cash and innocence suffered tory averment to show how such street corners and with all the mali-
words matter used in that
preps' of Florida has been at the have been a tissue of lies. (1: length and breadth of the United !because of loose constructionof sense, and or such averment were shall be put ciousness in their system defame the
merry of courts that enjoyed a lati- In this! lies the greatest injusticeto St-ntOH. It published news of general this law. in issue by denial of the alleged; libelor paper and the editor and his habitsand .
tude of interpretation ranging from the pi ess of Flotida. It is this interest, having for its authority rec- The section covering anonymous slander; and when the words or his shortcomings. They may be
the throwing out of court of the entire which prevents the journalism which ords of the1 public courts themselves. communications ((3258)) also is just, matter set forth with or without the speaking the truth, but as long as it
alleged show for
JeJ ease to the finding for the plaintiff Is unabashed and unafraid and the I Allegations made in sworn affidavits and should stand without a change. the meaning declaration shall cause be suffi action is the truth they are safe, while the '
in every detail of \bin unking. I stronger the newspaper the greater and filed for public record were mere This holds the editor, manager or cient." man they hold in such low esteem is
Section 13 of the Hill of Rights of the 'fear of this two edged sword, ly placed in the newspaper columns other person in charge of a publication When an editor goes up against bound by law to safeguard his every !
the Constitution of ...Florida in full,' one edge of which seems' to protect those who performed the work oftrllns'ference responsible for the statements in such a law as this what chance has written word and not only see thatit "t'
reads thus: |II while the other rends. And the Legislature not even Knowing; the any unsigned communication or one I he? If the court decide any portion is the truth before he prints it,
"Every and alone cannot rem ily this person against which the allegationswere that'is signed by a fictitious nrme. I of the article is defamatory and the but must be sure that his mind i i.
person may fully I speak
write his ,sentiments on nil subjects,' grave condition. It stands in the made. Certainly there was no Section 3259;; is a protection against I positive proof of that particular (Continued on Page Five.) ':!
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";: ,: A Puper-Read Before ( he 'Round Table, t\ii Orlando Organization, Sunday' Evening; March 5' I '. . : .. ,1 r

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j experienced'a feeling which 1 rim Stockton atuL, Judge! ]llarrison are of briefer' space. Although he lives at I I Jacksonville It is \being\ issued at ed >injjsiial acumen as an appraiser t csk.permission. here to chronicle the 1F); ,

" sur was close kin to' .a thrill when, I I such individual! interest that I have j I O ala, a rather email I' Inland, 'town, this time as a weekly. ,Editor Wile I of news ,values and rapidly developedinto mimes. of! .a few of those who '

was informed) by Pr. Hood that I had concluded td J )reiuj them lIot'rl\rnt..I and his miper is necessarily of re ''li'um60has! long been in the newspaper J one -of Florida's. foremost noWs'pnpcr earned! recognition by the. .haveJJ

been chowm to: read n paper. before Ii.and not attempt to include the information I: !stricted circulation, he- has wielded a business, and wMle it miglit appear I' writers, He ntU-ndt-d Kiyvcralsessions : ing excellence of their work.

the Hound Table on Newspapers and they contain in my own brief' strong I influence in Florida both in that a weekly newspaper in of the Florida I le egifclnti/ro as (; erry, managing editor of th f I nolhtit-H, and the industrial upbuildingi Jat-ksoiTVillc, this time would be I' for, liK own 'ani\;\ other .'
:Editor of 'Florida. The prospect of i pap.9f.: My reason for this is 1\\0'- at i I' correspondent I I pu\Tribii'io a-nd Shelton .Mntlack, the h)
"udl an undertaking/ 1'1t.a..inlt 10we l fi, d. In the first place! I desire that I i of the eo mm on wealth. lie takes a more" or 1 Ir-ss uh onachronigni, the journals, and its at this time editor !;, citytutorare newspaper writers or' It
; 'j 0'1' >. TV-alive lInd philosophical viewif Floridian cuntinues in the even tenorof i of the Florida Hocord', '( a ','(wkly pit'terpublished I
" for at one time I hltl'I"'UII L g.un'e they shall hate Cullcfedit\ for virtually noteworthy( ability. Ouerry's talent] \ :..:'
, uifuirh cold i tin i is seldom T. J Apileyurd
rt. considerable ill Tnllahn.ssee by -
so far as" to hilI'l.Jankttl i printed! all that they made! known was n-iy its way devoting ', runs largely to descriptive matter, Ii" \.
which night hllv been classed u" : new to III" and it is much less .''IJaw'(' to be found in his processes ofnrtsoninir "pure to tiN publication of povmit' : ( !, the State I'rintur. Mr. Ai-| .''| and he is. never morepleased than X.
Iu\'k-I.' or the soundness! of his ,11""I'I..t't\ ,1 reading matter of the plcyard is one of this "state's, oldest i inewsi'iiper \
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ranging rather intl'finih'IWI'I'I'11 a ward to lot! you havo it in their: when handling a big story-one with'\ '"
t('Iusiuns.. In J. 1 H. Benjamin of The mei". .1 H has ,'conducted I '
tr.nn..riiJe.1In11. old time .scrapbook variety. <
.t Iiirth.; register amt, a postmortem.statvnicnt words than to trans. possibilities., for lurid and emotional '
. : fop" ,editor: to .fill out; -1111ti Hint' '.; .111..1.! again I huve: not cnouVrhVuipU'meiitaiy :'the Oe.ila Star his -afternoon eontcni1 Klnridinn, editor ha !.eei activity' illJlnl'li'ic" several, papers in.dilfeient counties, i writing. Xurry! also. has style and i ,
rt'!'Irn tn ni' for ore tri 'a book which ; ] information( to make 1 ,..\ ', :Mr. 11-ariis ,hits, worthy\ col'- for ivafy) years, and has always but is: I best known, perhaps, through ] consequence as an editorialist. Mat- \
Ittic. ;Afr. lienjiimin; is also a veti been fron.k a'nd l fearless in theteprossioti his long conuection with the hake \i b
1 'hud it in my mind" to tvritetutd n- :a full or complete storyof the newspaper lack has thoroughness and accuracy, \
,-i an 1 in the business. though not n.\ ; of hi"'i, ws'. This quality City Indbx.I :Mr. A Pi,le yarI l'li 1 active<
of tine stat'and
tribute, t t.> the hintory of l-'lurida" history must I is a clear and concise thinker, and is |
1 i.'ijr.-d by many years as his morning oMcc led .him into: a .pistol duel on ,, work is reuu-mberrd\ / "l),y
wl ,enevcr I should 1 find 't thc leisure "'.Jllf(' my disappointment thut such newspaper yet young enough to warrant the prediction T'I I
j -ival. Time has mellowed their h>m- of Jacksonville in "which excellence of his paragraphs. Kj '
the streets the
the Ilenoe' I fi'ar that I future. The Tam.
for the work. fli'.dl be able )10 finance{ is i-ane. my of a /great 3Y
|: PITS and dulled the youthful nvriI IKwas. according( to Iii accounts, is somewhat generally" agreed/ among'. ?
the ("ho( jnihliration.!; The thrill few "iriiTOrku will be of ntwmity pa Times; is conducted by D. G. Me- 4:
( I I inony tif their pens, and l when they "hot into doll' riiirs," hut11'\ recoverid now.spaper: riders, that the paragraph 1 I i
f hoivtcerbeen! m e :a I tjernor' w'he-i t I remembered "miHwhutcatterinjj and i liisronnt't'ted Kay, Who camo up from the cases to r i it ,;
hic: oiva-ion t t'> differ, on local item, . I and nsunieil his work with no is one of the most difficultprpduch ,
my lir-t; ttTottnt I 1 |t".I'.I I- I, nml0 fur athe I puipi, eof histoiy : ;t. his present position of prominence ';\
:-j, '(11'" happens' it i if always wit'iparhaiin , out if it be : '
.iihviKLilioii of his old time \ to turn giventhe
1 tuiu'trrnedMill be of littlixah. > : nail{ of
I ing the'hi-t"iv of-my:; noli1 01 -- ( arc influwnce. lie is :Mayor Tampaand :;;
f. h..1" !I. piofi, .; -- iniv ,hnl;: been rt-ftiv- :SOUK of the> "." nit. 'n'-.f. the utaiy crn'iitcsy and liecomi.'ii! 'ia i \\lio wa hot was iillejre to lie 1 essential: <]Ualitie- of pith :and under his administration that :-
,, hi. till I..in4 1 -. .ilvi-.t\, Th'ir t-vampK- a worthv .1 i-i--inn--ie--/ : crook, uful after the point. Three can not be\ (inputted:! if Fur'f.:
ditm lfiiun 1'1dy ,
oJ <(< h I r f !the leading |I. IDolld.l : tt city has advanced wonderfully. .
I'"J 01.t- f.,,- iitl-.f"? int'-mluTi-( , of'Ihli> cint', ol.itll f! d the town.'never to re'I. the writer does not pO-.-''-- a eel, tail
I Iit-! i-ljlti'v; II fill, till' -I n\O' \ jr a Miiirlt.:! ti>"fn-inn: nttrnlu. ing this period! of the editor's offitia]_ '
.i.d it i- I i...'. to !t. .+",'ltrd that th "r ,. :N;'Irlt militant methodof! get- ratural talent fur this li--: nf I work.Jr. .
lh.II I I. '.id: 't app1o" .'f III>\ ., )h, ',i. :..." t'. + engagement' elsewhere The Times ha.-. '
1 !" t' ; thi- r. -pf '. ha.* )becii,\ f.n I.J l1! of 1I.1.I., chiiiiutt-r'5, Apple.vnrd! has. the gift, 'beyond,, ( .,
1',1, l ally: :ho: ;" .i, ir I t..t, 1 I- had an. ni bone Ingely in the hands of Robert
4- , -ILt' Oial.i: 1 Ilrn! -lu n't.t. I bo th'li re.i.tinr.' !,i I'' t i- I lot I been H- d :1 t'l 1 i' (01' ai'n isms i\ f. .n.ii I) 'w r > : < Uriitly, managing! editor.I: Ir. B.>llt- ,
i ,.r1" I1.lp: .11"! wi'iid ;;tae ii "th.,1 1 -I' mild, .rut have In- endme- 41 t' Mii-i.t' ..1'i: I'.tt.h, ):11.<- ah it- -'.1-!.1t.t TV1 I I..i., ; ..11. i .: K-lu'd,! at .la'-6 6ti I '. la IIIMI, f:>:n ro'-i-ti-i.t i a-lvoi-.i.. yp Tampa.Kdwjn his profi---ion. and one of the most :

mint\ .'i help' i i a: \ n.antler. 'Id. ,,1'-, !, I I..' : :ir. 'II' -ft,i .M. VVilli-.m-: i. .J kilt; pin.iipK-: ,i jd I men in ,I Ii i: D. I.amliiighi. of (the Tampa: capable lie i i-. uni---uming to' diffidfiice '

l.uled, d" , the luank-i ,ml I -o 1 it ;o l I"f !u. Its t'.r.ntoath: '\c.u." 'TnrK', .l t f'.i' : ., ;ahly. : thoMi: i. -t p.iper in I-'loi-, i it.I l i po-ltli'll., .' Tribune. another.. ;\1" (l.atnbiight' but lug, wink, has counted pon- '..

d.'. ,,01..1. that!.: tlu only way in: t'n I I.- -,'\,1 i pa;"W'mllth nldei. I'lu1 Ida I Ii \" 0- !t. Ilrnht I in I 1H-JS.: I'ensatola.I i i... one' of the "liojdeii( ; .1! >oj>rn" newspaper diM-tiusly l in .,iiikinit The Times. Frank
. I g.itht i h-toncal! t : data i ii- l It y pei-onal i ''il, Iid', It. purtiT. :Star: 11\- ''hltl t'ui i iIh" due... at tin.time. i'ighty- I I 1" ":iiola :Xiwclaims:. to be men in Florida( ; who qualify as KutTaker\ i i- one of tin- editorial riters ,.

inv "-.' ,.:alln. ;\I} morv I'et.ii. epentlite \ t t\ -t \ 4n yea i- of fontinuoupulihoa: i I iiilit > i4i-" i.,101. 1'ne. F'loridiunva, ' h., "I.I.-t t jiapei! in :lnuti' 1 n-a'-< oldest> being equally capable, in all bis.nche- of 11 hi* TimeH>' I Is welt!" C'quipptd -
in aiti-nipling, to>> gathei'.) in t Mi l.n I': it- \irii'ii- f f"p't''I\ \ |Iii!! ''u .i I 'n!, the Capital. 1\ It waetal'l.' ..'hed. I in I It't-, ">. and! nf the work. !He I rain: turn a lini-he.d i through! ;:1" wici aciuaintani| ':
form.itn' '( > for tlupaprr la -iivedutdy !hive via1a- a daily. It 1"t rt- f.., ,in.i".viai\ ..! l I'.I'I.! I)yked r. >It. \i-tt-nt-e tif lute yenl i hawit- .. -wtor'y.. round 1 a londeau, perpetrate I with\ nirii and nli-a-uie- 1'loiidann'd ,,
to tot 'in" andeal my tanner ui-ili-.l. >n .bputtttu) : i '' "f ti \ t.< i : t uutmir.. \\:ione -of : h. :- -.. d nunn"roii- eilitoiuil' hinire! a pun. pen :a pungent I paragraphor l wiitowith a diiectne-s, and

toni IU-HMI. .1'ial.i pa,pt I'. fur. U- eilit"-) | It' -t ", ir t-.I. i of Floi-da.( a id an editoiof ., \\ 'I'ant! I'. (Crawford noa I U.wytrof indite a weighty editorial. \1 ,NthIqual I I .biiblnesunuual( ,( :ai.d I re-hing." :Mi.Hulfaker .
Although I hate wiittcii i to nuineroun n.1, | athe :No-tor: of Ih. (1".u" i I.1, -uu-h. ,ri-v" He took an active Kiminieewas; at one time it< | fa<,d'ly.' He habtrn i hief editorial habad I In mid I experience, ,;'

p'i-on- in pti-ition to (ulltrl I'UiC pie--, elijoj not oliK the i a i n. >'t -"I| past the! pob'uof 1 the state some .'..tor( and brought the paper up to a as>i valuable) data for -ut-h a purpose I all ,new-papfi men but al!,.. h.ia tin: ,i" th.'ty: je.irjitro.. \Imt, never held! :tip po-ition .>f math intluelue and value twisty year1; or tlieieahoutand) has the se"-'nm. of the -gi-lature, and on .,

hlhad few replies. It gibes mepleasure. pl"cv 'in tluiialffftit: -. He\ I iveteian i- a liticul oifii'i': Illthiriicter \'ai ..1a. new nu'diunt. .It.. Crawfur'd i i.:; be-n U laige factor in the success of the Jai-K-oiu ,Metropolis; and every ,
hovve'veit own dee.p obligation !: in years iif well u>5 ,intr" \ -i I maul III'| by or.e who knew him" ''n- elikton II{ II. Clay Ciuwford. that paper. Wallace F. Stovall, head! paper ,in Tampa, covering a score of
to those who uteri interested "Iel'itnd hn- the rate, fonsciou'if.of thiiM: "He would rather own a po\- I londa'able, Secietaiy of Stati* aid of The Tribune, is a marvel of energy yeu'rs. He gained) valuable expertence ..
-UI1 "k'lIllv to take the time :and the hating had the value: of hi- workiecoirmzed e>"'< :r han be one" -In uatcersatim i i i- KnowAbe politic- nf the -tat- in- and ability, and can take 1 the placeof in Wa.ihington as secretary to ,'.
pains to write me as fully as did! Mr. Ho ,is not a prohvt| wnh'the I t 'p'i'-eiit' l I 'tot of the FloridIan. I. m.itely.' He has a stole |p4r-unal, aca any member'of hi.- tafT at a mo Representative Frank C'laik and! 'all :;

John N. C. Stockton of Jacksonvilleand without' honor in his, o" n x:;..untry.Kditor ; I was told that the paper is prob-}. i tar i-e thMHi'iioul. | riorida. and .., ment's notice. He is better known of this. i i.s turned to good account in
Judge C K. Harrison of Tampa.: Hairis i is well al.)nir in th- ul J ly o'-ler! Ih.... the published dat iii.. "yet tin-. k1 owb, ijt|( > in a nvanner for his executive prowess in directing his daily work

It is appropriate for me to aiknowl'dfe 'evontiebut he -till does his daily of il> fo'i"din ni'li'ate.hooks' ; : ; ; are I Iex to I ir't-itly incrva-e the interest in his 'he paper than for his editorial work, I i Jumping back to Per.sucola it is in "li *
( ( obligations) '' to our tI''.-'II1ul.-lh'd task] a'.I tilt"I i Ino belter ,or bripiiltr -.ei.i.. -h \ting! the imprint "..1..1'- ;'i'i-i. I was -ucceedi-il by Herbert but he is none the less an able editor i order to complete the history of the ,
fellow tow ...-nwlI. .'11' Ilhl"n gore-. fdiloiial' page in l-'Iorula. than Mlle ida. I'M--. 1',-Li., 1JJ.." Thus th I'M'1 ;-I. -if who condurtl-. l i and all round newspaper man of remarkable News, the afternoon paper. It is now '1\
for re.mniiM-ciioes.1 Al 1-0 to Judge clingto! the oldfnh'onedtyb I valuiof: the iinpniit, in ''an iraportair p.ipri\ forei -,tal yearin an able ; resourcefulness. While the .edited I by a painstaking and disctTngentleman 7t
]Don. :\li'Ltad of ('ra,1<\ ilk, oat, "f tieatii'ir the nettinnlh\ ""t" 'it l being .rt -pei,_' ,i-'luated.I .'\ It ::1Jp| "ir< tlurI ., ,-iii '-r, At the tune I', ikt-1) a--'imed' length of this: paper would drag out urn-tog named Hnckell who +i
[, Mr Frank llari-i- of ",'ula. ;Mr. ITcy \ -c-isnl to hi< readirin paiairiapliii the I l 1 11"I dia": ha" been puhl'-hed \ii' 'tat g.- of tinNiw hi-" wa- thee interminably ,if attempt were madeto !' came to Florida reccntfj' from Ala- :

.. Haynes and Mr. Rte ell f''ikr'' of foi' m. a .d 1 'none' "'. in-, ton-.. :thl'i"I' ,!( I I' '"' .da: ill' -t important t. < ; edit"i ,,1'\1 daily 1'."|> in mention half the newspaper work bama. He assumed charge of the k.
I'nsacola. The 1..111"f"m, Mr.-, ttmpoia'ie- pjt mmi- "ui".it t 'n'o:. i"t,1 l ! ral'.i'i.-' .. si e :lIj' I I bi I .

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and"'constituency. The latter state( know them. Florida has fine
;}; FLORIDA F NEWSPAPERS f a array 0 0 to 00 000000000 00 Of OO O 0' .0 .o.OOOO 00 0.000.00..00000000 ootto oooo 0 0000..00. .. ..
mont is amply substantiated by the, 'of weekly' editors, neraUy'relerred
fact 'that the 'Sun occupies its field to tI
country editors. In states
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AND THEIR EDITORS alone, and has never- had any opposition the country editor is the man who. .

of ,consequence. Editor .H, ,II. has never had experience' on any but I I
McCreary\! ,has been many times honored country -papers, but this Is ,not the\
F (Continued from :Page 2)) by hl, home people, having serv. case in Florida. The lending country l
News only a abort time ago, but has ed sixteen years in th'e Florida State editors here are men who/ have had I j '
brought about a great improvement Senate training .-on' larg-a! city dailies and W. .
T, in, and he is being.ably assisted by Lakeland.The have given up that strenuous'life for I ,
c Sam Sanborn and Russell' Felkel. Lakeland .Evening Telegram !the easygoing'and jnore profitable' .
I; 'Sanborn has worked on,the Niws for was' established by M. F -Hetherington ''ways of the tcouqtry) editor, Among .. "i"' .'
the lest eight years, and does splen and (Is easily one of the most ,in-< these might mention is R..J. Holly, ,;
' I did work Russell ,Felkel is Herbert's fluental' --papers in Florida. It is oldest brother and has had a bent for widely! quoted and wherever the pa- of the Kissimmee Gazelt; S. J. TriP-I ,, '
newspaper work for several years, per is known It has the respect and lett, of tho St. Cloud Tribune; .
4cbut not until two years,ago.did ho encr -' confidence ot its readers. Reliability,I Russell, of the Palatka News; Gilbert' :
' it actively lie is doing good and fairness has characterized the I Leach, of the Lcesburg Commercial; : [ .
:' work, and is helping to make the conduct of this excellent_journal. :Mr. ,.Willis Powell, of.the Clearwa r 'Sun, I 1:
i j News a good newppaper. The Jojir- Hetherington is a facile writer, and which claims without dispute to be | --1 ;cal -
I, pal is Pensncola's morning paper. It at least one of his productions has I the world's greatest country daily. I
$ was founded by W M. Loftin, father been given such wide circulation as Mr. Powell ,recently sold his paper to l
\ ; of Scott M. Loftin, Solicitor of Es- to insure it more than a.temporarYplace a gentleman from Indiana, of the II I 1
, 1t. cambia county in 1897. It was start in the literature of the day. name of Bachelor. I have also refrained -
,: P" ed as' a weekly but soon became a Upon the; observance of the first from mentioning the Orlando ;,
i + daily. Mr. Loftin got in touch with Mothers Day in FIOI'ida.he ho wrote 1 1a papers for you know about them. It1 I .,
-. ", Frank L. :Mayes, then living in South tribute to Mother which sounded 1 would be out of place for me to take t : j

'b& 'N Dakota, und 1 induced him to come such! depths of-sympathetic response I up your time with local history when I I !
: South. Before the arrival of Mr. that there was, a great, demand for there is so much that I have failed to -:-
sf. Mayes!, Mr. Loflin was seized with a it.: The article\! was copied throul'hI I touch upon in other parts of the expansive : I ?; .. ,
4i;1 r { "severe' illness and forced to neglect out the country and, well may be considered I field which your president'] -
j i .;::. the pllp l'. Mr- Mayes{ found it in classic\ of its kind.! Mr.Jlethciington assigned me 'to cover Wlit-ther these ,':!:' ..r t ?g1'la ?H Y :jA
.t rather bad way, liuuiu-inlly und otherwise is assi ted editorially chronicled/ have been of interest to l -
: but I be took hold Jf it, ;Mr. Lof by Mr. Joe Dixon-a veteran newspnpr you or not, I thiinlv you for the privilege ;* : : 7r : ,
:'.. tin disposing of hit inti-rasl " By umemitting and! pcisi-.tant work .\VKI| > I.'xpel'iencu,1, universalspirit.1i. to picpiiK} them and, present I' ( y I' l'
,;, Al r. !Mujes built up the Journal and l :, '. Dixon is 'f lmilillll)' known'| them to you.NEWSPAPKK. 'y,- .t .
i in a few yearn the paper became a i among the fratei" : mty as "Untie Joe." |I I 't'

}power and grew into }personal acid/ It is an affectionate title, for he is : III TOnY( OF ,, . ,
.. political prominence. ]Ha attended ll warmly! regarded/ for his many Itd-I 1'11'U": C. E. IIAKKISONMr : ,} -i'"t' "
': several National conventions as a nnrahle qualities.. He \\us once: associated I ', J. II. Ifc-ese.,: Orlando, Kla. 1' X
F delegate from Florida, and was at : with O. Henry, the famous j I I My \Dear Sir: -I I have just received (,, _.}.
' one time so urged to run fur Governor I short story writer, rind is no less a I yours of the 28th in*!., and hastento :1.: 1 I
: that he felt it necessary to issue genius himself Wecnuse he has not give. you what assistance I can in 't'i. .w ''r f n -t 'a ) -
a formal statement declining to doh I j broken, into the fierce white light of I''i the matter of preparing your paper. t
so. Mr. Mayes' was distinguished by: j publicity. Uncle Joe ks a nature lover I I am sorry that the data at my command .', ; : \
combining) editorial and l business abiluy. and every year about the .time the is not fuller and more accurate. '
,. The ,combination is not ..ommon'l i first supernal sprigs IK'gin to I have not at hand anything in : : .
He built up a line property and the round the winter rusted trees I'ur-I writing or print giving names and ,,'S :Y J
Journal is now ticuig( conducted by I un uncertain promise! Uncle Joe goes( I dates and I must at present trust entirely J .f. i;
his widow,! Mrs.} Lois\ 'K Mayes, and on a hike. He rides in, the railjoadcars \ to an unassisted memory. I : '
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the publishers, ), I K. II. ('OOP('!". 1\11',1 as far r.- i'cnsacolu, his aid shall therefore not attempt to give as Prosecuting

;Mayodied u year ago. Like all men Mumping. ground, ; here" he minglesfor I you any particulars you can obtain J: a::: Attorney of Osceola County. ,
who huv'e made: large success as publishers a brief spell, ]I with friends of former i better from those more familiar with f +
11("- wn fortunate in the ability days, then he. soon hits terra local history in the different towns. : ;
und loyally of his lieutenants. Bran and lives in the Open Road, aIn I There were several! papers published '1
Chief among( these was Du\id' Graj'hon, traveling westward in Tampa before the commencement I EQUAL RIGHTS TO ALL---IIIS PLEDGE i
who remains with the peny.llayes'l to Texas for two or three of th War Between the States,
. ngiing editor. !Mr. months, and returns at the end oft,I but I cannot give you the names in ;
the large number of efficient workers II his tramp to resume the daily grand the order of their founding or the ii i VOTE FOR W. B. CRAWFORD4 j
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whose names seldom appear in the | on the Telegram, rejuvenated and names of the several editors.
papers ;i-uk w.. iuve given w"y' ready for another term of work. A The first newspaper with which I :
years of faithful service to the cause. morning( papa was recently established was personaly acquainted was "The ,
"a Frank Rolleston, city editor of the at Lakelnnd, called the Sthr.' Florida Peninsular," edited when I Ji;
1 St. Augustine; Record, is another one It is edited by W. K, Piner, a late recruit came to Tampa in 1867, by Henry'L. I ',
of this type, and this is the class oft in Florida journalism, whose Mitchell, afterwards Governor-- and I il'nlil" \'h"'I'tla'men") .
, men whom we should take delight in work is of a high order, and upon ., Circuit and Supreme Court Judge, 4->' .<; M 4{" O iWr{riM'r8 M.< ->4- HH c < ..."otooo 1:

i honoring. The Record is the only which he has received much favorable> and published by Thomas K. Spencer, ...... '
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.. daily paper in the Ancient City. fllar- !. notice. the father of the present sheriff of : :. .. OH.oO"'COO"'ooU'ooooo.ooooooooo..o..o.' O
I ry Brown is the editor and manager.No Key West. I the county of*ofiHillsborough. The pub - - -- - ::1'1'
man has done /more to introduce Key West has two daily papers, lication of this paper was discontinued -
i system into Florida printing shops : but because of the physical aloofness a few years afterwards.: The next "V1 -
, than Harry Brown. Ho Is manager of their location, they have never paper to be started in this city was
of one of the largest and best printing I achieved any appreciable influence or the",,Tampa Guardian. This was pub- ,J,
s establishments in the state,_and I recognition on' the mainland. lished and edited, by-R. F. Neeld, now
<' is personally one of the most affable There are two daily papers .West deceased, and was independent, in VOTE FOR
!f ; \ of men; is deservedly' popular and has I. Palm. Beach, the Sun and the' Post!:, poliitcs.\ After .a rather precarious
served the'profession'' of which he is I Iio recently established 88'Buth- though existence, and a'' brief one, it was pur. 4

. io,.' *.-an honored. member, to good purpose. I both'have been published successfullyas chased, by. James T. Magbee, 'our
o Miami. I weeklies for *a long time.. Fort scallawag judge .in the carpetbag : r.I r.

;',;,j Miami has two excellent daily Myers has a daily, Arcadia and Bra- days, of fragrant memory. He became
>- .._.;. newspapers"' the Herald and the Me dentown ach has a daily. A recent editor himself and changed the ,
; tropolis. S, Hobo \Dean is responsible compilation shows" that Florida has politics of the paper-or rather gaveit ,
v for the remarkable success of the afternoon thirty-one dailies, and enough weeklies politics, which it lacked before. It ..
paper-the Metropolis. lie semi-weeklies and other classesof now became bitterly Republican. GILCHRiS-T
convoyed it safely through the infan- publications to run the total num- I I About 1884 Hugh C. M cfarlan-3 .
tile period and it is now recognized !her to 207. According to Ayers' 1015!) .1 I came to Tampa and, though a Democrat -
among the \leading papers of Florida. newspaper directory Florida has became assistant editor of the
He makes no pretcntions. at being a more daily newspapers: than !Maine, '' Guardian. I
writer; in fact he positively disclaimsit New Hanipsbiuv Rhode Island, Vermont In 1875 Charles N Hawkins, of
but he knows the newspaper business Delaware, District of Colum- Virginia; came to Tampa and startedthe
I from the ground up and has sur- bia, Maryland, Alabama, Arkansas, I publication bf the "Sunland Tri '
I rounded himself with an able corps Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mis- bune." Shortly afteward the late Dr.
I s' assistants His chief editorial sissippi, North Carolina, South Caro- John P. Wall became his assistant,
: writer is Miss Hattie Carpenter, a lina, Tennessee Virginia, West Virginia and sole editor when Hawkins retired FOR U. S. SENATOR
:' lady of unusual gifts and unquestion- Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico -- about a year afterwards. The Tri- _
:2 aptness for this work. She is the i North Dakota, South Dakota, bune then passed into the control ofa -
1; only woman in Florida 'regularly-en i Wyoming, Arizona, Idaho, N.evada, joint stock company composed of
gaged .editorial wilting for an important Alaska, Hawaii, Philippines, Porto the'_ leading business men of Tampa, He was a Business
!.' daily paper.. Rico or any of the provinces of Can- of which William B. Henderson was
'.' The Herald is edited by Frank B. ada except Ontario. president. Thomas( K. Spencer be Governor and for
: Stoneman, who once lived in Orlando.Mr. I have refrained from, going into came at the same time publisher.
'. Stoneman's work is always clean' the history of the Jacksonville papers i I In }1880 Tom Spencer was nominated THE PEOPLE. '* 'He
cut and forceful. As a commentatorhe I for the reason"that this has been' as Democratic\ candidate for
has no superior in the Florida I done rather fully by Mr. Stockton, I State Senator, and Capt. Jam s Mi- ti Made Good as Governor ;
press' lie has scholarly style. and whose letter I shall read. Mr. Willis : Kay, our present postmaster, announced -
r his utterances are tempered with fine' I Bull is at the editorial head of the : himself as an independent Speaker of
discrimination and well considered. Times-Union, the morning paper, and candidate against him. Captain !Mc
judgment. The Herald managed : the leading\: editorial writers are BenJ. 'I' Kay during the campaign that fol- The. House, Member -
,- by Oscar Conklin who" finds time to I Harrison, A.: S. Hough and G. II.I lowed, which was an exceedingly bitter -" ? )
write humcrous contributions" for the'I Snith.The Times-Union devotes one, stalled the publication of a s ; : rrk of the Legislature -
t. Herald after the manner of George more care and preparation to its edi- newspaper called the Gulf Coast Progress -
c V. Hobart's \Dmkelspiel, which many I torial matter than is usual among I for the purpose of representing and as .a Soldier ,
havo pronounced equal to Hobart's I other papers of the South, and for along I ,his political interests. The mechanical t t
productions. time it has been recognized I department was under the in the SpanishAmerican -
St. Petersburg. the Northern press as among the care of Oliver J. Andreu now dcceas
T- At St. Petersburg the two daily papers the !leading exponents of the political. I ed. After the campaign was over, : %r .. War;
are the Times and Independent. thought of this section. ;t the publication of the l'rogress was
The Times is edited by W L. StraUb.{ The Jacksonville afternoon paper! continued, Rev. Thomas Carruth, fq-\ Rising from Private
who is at once fearless and fair, keen is the Metropolis, founded by Carter ther of ;M. W. Carruth, now presi-
but considerate. Mr. Straub is athoroul'h & Russell, who disposed of the paper dnt of the American National Hank, to the Rank of
newspaper"' man, and knows some two years ago to George< ; A. Mc- If I taking charge as editor. a -s
,'h.: how to make an interesting paper. Clellan, of Indiana. Mr. McClellanhas I- In September, 188 j, Mr. Caruth resigned -Captain arid Acting -
He is also a cartoonist of ability. The made many improvements in the / and I was employed by the a -
Independent is the afternoon paper, Metropolis. owner, Mr. O. J. Andreu, to fill the Major.
edited by Lew Brown. Mr. Brown's Among the promising newspapermen vacant "tripod." This was my first
editorial page is prepared with much on the staff of the Metropolis is essay at editorial work, though I had .
k 3 ease, and no cleaner one can be foundin Oscar M. 'Johnson, who received his .. acted as correspondent for a number HE WILL
this state. A feature of his poperis initial training on the Pensacola of papers, among them being some of I
: the department devoted to clippings News. Mr Johnson has developed those published in Jacksonville and MAKE GOOD
1 from the state press. In this rapidly as an apt and earnest news the Sunland Tribune, of Tampa. I
? 3 particular he displays fine discern- paper worker, and will undoubtedlymake was young then, and ,green, and I . ASSENATOR
ment. This of itself is an important his mark. presume that ray work was such as ,
phase of good newspaper making. It will be observed that the task might be expected under: the circum-
Gainesville.' given is not an easy one. I have 10'' stances. .
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r The Gainesville Sun is among ,the far skimmed along the surface, hitting I proceeded at the outset io get -
oldest paper in Florida, being now in only in the high places. It would I into the hottest kind of a controversywith (Paid Advertisement) .
., its thirty-fourth year, and !U held in. be pVeasing' to take up. the weekly the Tribute-Dr. Wall editor-

high "iftYor- bar, both.. its contemporaries'j. ) Pena) and tt ll. about ".the editors, as I Continued on ,par, 7,) ..?. ..... 4Y4 .

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tt '| cost problem There. are men in the ly should obtain at least 15 cents an work 'toward smaller sized newspapers tioos the home, merchant is .in. on the t UV" present ,at -the meeting: Adver!

business who have stated at some 'of inch for advertising: and 'make it the I' a cutting of. the advertisements ground floor: ....*. , ." tising rates and better rates and rates

our meetings that advertisements game rate to all regardless, of the and better! newspapers which wilt There Is one q'l estron "I r.cgarding: thai will give all' of us !profit bone ."

cost about 14oonU per inch' and the amount that any one firm may offer. 1 mean higher advertising rates for: '-advertising t'fthai\ ."houl.'eee'ive!, of the, questions .that Is open to'dis.cussibn .
price would necessarily be over that Every inch of your paper is worth less advertising .space. '. the attention of the association and by nil. members! of the craft

sum if any profit in advertising would that much and if the paper has a list location of field,, trade "'conditions; that is Ute 1'1It.ton\ legal advertising\ / and is' too big for the 'writer to pas! < t,

accrue. Then again the rate of twenty of 1,000 .or better: the rate should be bilior, etc., wake it-impossible to fix The rate fixed by law I should be strictly upon. ,_ i iIn
cents! an charged by some" papers ,20 cents an inch. The idea that should ah advertising! raw that wills apply adhered .to end much of !the complications conclusion let me. say that if '

/ in this state would not ,apply to other be advanced at the meeting of the everywhere. But a rate can be( made) 'among the .different papers) there i is any preferred! list of ncwsps' -
-' papers in the same city a or" county because 1 Florida Press Association hero regarding ( 1 I that will apply to all. the weeklies and published\ ) m the ifjo 'ounti'Ii'woul l ers in theSouth, Florida news.

the first paper might have a advertising is' more money 1 many .of the dailieshi: Florida: and be ejiminuted" Cutting the -prico on papers' should lend I the list ;Of 'wo

!better list for the advertisers. for advertising arid a belterpaper; '.I one that could be mudc uniform if I- .gals or on locals; of on display advertising have-tlw best country weeklies that
,; I ]Husing your advertising upon the i In other words, give your readers the association! no desired.! These ; will never place money in; are: published in thin, or any othercountry'arid' ,:.'
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1:! number, of subscribers can he accomplished more news by cutting down your advertising -,'| rates established! and insisted! uponby : the cash, drawer! and (the man who 'all of us ate entitled_ to
Y \ I to a certain degree where the space and charge/\ more for I everyone' would result: in more" ud! places; lailvertising-nill: ; b" I the onlyone 4111the money that .the traffic will 1 i

paper is situated in a largo county your advertising This rule if od- vi-rtii-iiig, 1 J'1I1'r 'revenue and much to gift n'):: nrolit lhrr, -,hy., It stand.( They are country papers in II''

'j'jt and has the field to draw, from, but vane 'd I end curried] out in Florida and tune I ,saved in your; correspo'mk, ,'u., is to h.. hoped, lhr.4 I'dvertising; -rat,.s name only and -Lolh local and: foreignadvertiors
how nbout/ the other follow in a "small elsewhere! would I meet' with instantcppro'vu .with i( foreign agencies, for once I the will b'j di'-i" s( d I fully nl our meetinghcr.e" ; : t ; can get ,results. in Floridapipors :! tai.i

t ds : haunt' y who cannot possibly i have ) from your( readers and your. :tar'"tt learns: thai the )publisher" hns '.' ni'il if no lal'" fOI' ',!I'play i advcilising 1 ;aj'd results, arehut the adverlisiMs I

i inure than a {'{Lain number of sub- allvItiscrs.! I i I I'r-'f( ; ,, rri'd I, position : but one price] and that, u fair pnqt1ic7" win be d fe1, ;'41141aeon' \ I thejrlilisheiM I! demand. Here, is hopi lg ,i( ,
( c nbor'sn'nd' 1 ,yet. ( savers' his) own in- the goal] of evry .foreign/\ advertise1 ( + is seldom any effort to change I ; ran :at least: |pl4).iii;,-' t thulwliitteyrr I !that i wh and every oiie, ,of the Florid
d.dual. / th.ll, ? for years and has also )been the it. "::11.: i is cling)(,d "by t tlu-m atpieseit ; :i /PUJOLS will be Hbltto double. their I

Ai i (it her, factor(; has entered( in our 1 bane> of.the country J publisher> mist! hi. Tho Irene men haul" should be" en"iiiiigcd , will I.., a flit i 1 tc -Mid' ; i rued; : n1" 'ry! : tin advei' 1 Using in th'i);: next : I

AIt. l Id l .of endeavor during the past few e'ty( ft IoI'(.th'I]. Hut with tht' 'advance! ( (to advertise, by the uniform: toI I i iik. ll i i" t t.' .' miiiTloii .uf ( hemi'ir.b" ,Ue: I months;+ without doubling Oieir! i !

vi.,1 and that i is the advertisingir rule\ and a baler new. paper: the value" ,i..1e" av well for he has:; a* miifoi'm; : up the ci, .ill t1' '' adir"i"ii'g l)111., _

i ii"-. Looked upon with disfavor of t the advertising would] be ,doubled |1",i.ce on his eontnnulllies'nIIiI. likes (li, < chart'd:
t In si I I by ,some of the craft; those by a bgtI "patronage" ) ( in the sul''->trip 'ih" same t I Iteat I I1lPl1t from thnevVs too, 1 1\\ and, ,du '> :-illow I Iht'1 .:..:..:..:..:,.:'.:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:.,:..:..:..:.;-:..:-:..:.,,-..:...

v id< lI'al"U.c'n<'h men who go IIf't, loins add a t'icspoinlrng' i'li-rease in ''. JUT. I His I I. buninoss, judgment tell 1'"IoI"h'J'' cnouhh,, 1-1i'' nt pi, ',l'"I r.
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| tor the foreign ad\ertising and bring the receipts, : for advertising.'' ; The day ",,111 that the same price today ;and tint,: most of \\i-._ ,"II i I ,r \\\--\f\ \, I In,. .. ODDS AND ENDS *; '
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I lit to the country' pubbfher! ( are .gnin- is coming when I ; (.' .:.11 the advertiser; !otnO' ,'ow d'UlOml'ut" .that :"t last, ( (that( fact..t-! .\\lulhi< I :n,, I .;..:'.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:'.:";..:..:..;..:..:..:-;..>>:..:.e.,:. ;
J. HOLLY j I ing the favor: of confidence of the will demand better' ( position and! mare ha ne\\ spa)per has Ii vii-placd) on a change; in \'a":1: ; !be made, thdJL:: willajij'ly
newspaper men by their. t honest en- news and \\ill'get both; for with the ,IIIMPCbasis': and 1 the local men-hunt, to ;all part'; , nl'. the, slaty' or" not 1 i\erv: bank in 'Mniich.'ster Eng"laiul i it

\' '" to build up a better adver-, :'{ advance in the pi ice of (\ely' cimmodity s buying spare' : at the same pt ice. astl'e r-rnnins' tn I""&. s < r f3 nil i i-- -jn'obnblyOIK i i., now employing' gill clerks.' .

In assigning/ MMthe :subject) of Using business, und induce the country that ciitj-i 1 i into I tin- makingof I foieign i i! ado rtiser" and if 'there) of the |I'"' < 111 n,' tb't; \'. .ill ha\; (' to I -----

"Ad verli.uig( J K.-ites": you have givenme I publishers to make n flat rate ;, a newspaper" the < urtailiH.'iil will 1 i- Hpytbing" go 1\ 1':1: IItUm flee 'no- 1 Wolked out by ( u-h Individual, : cil ,l-'emule clothing workers in Puns
i,1 babeen granted; ( shorterol( .
what I mi idcr! one of the! most :and stick' to it. Tinefforts, of I the , kinghours. !
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elusive subjects with which the newspaper American: Press along these lines first" )] t ,

men hate, to il al. Hemg" classed I attracted, notice and" the publishers Kissimmee Golf And Country Club '
I' (Over" ]11,01111 in.-ii, : l l liiiiro! ]licenres: wpre,
"sink :
l among the older men at the game; :ale now joining hiother.i i .
3 -! .d,! "IM !1'hil.nlrlpliia!. and ncnily :! '.
in this, slate and one who has hail' .Istjck" nioveiiient and it i is probabletluit Where Editors'
Reception Was Held OliO :New: folk, din ,
in jjgthe
some 'XI"'III'I1( with count, ,ly weeklies : cbiefly( thiiiiiKh( the efforts, of' |p ii-i' t
and dailie- :sal also in live mechanical I 111 se vuiiotis agencies t the) papers) \ cur. >

end nf the Imsrii--, gi\e, f hadecided\ to make a unifoim, rate 1 .
i I I 1'i, rune'oe (r; (fr"!r 1 is \1cr. ,r's waidiii, \
men varied and '(t cacti of> ad\ "ei 1 tising" and stand liv .jt.No I. .
experience ) I
of 1 ale/ I'arish clniu' in' Kngiand: : a1.' If Ifolri.r.
in the .businef-s ] the ; ; man cii'i. (tell exactly what: an "
year 1 places' t '1U( "- : t
I IiId by her' befoie Ills', _
tion of advertising< ( rules faithei: fu' >ii) inch/ of advertising, in hi-< paper' > co-Is I death.Mile.. t
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a solution that will meet the iiivils him. He can sink K gcneial! average 1I
of our craft as a whnle. Kxpcricnce" j I' aid approximate l I' i' the cost but so; tllMI i .I (Ciilincre, a young French. wo- :J

has taught us, however, that our real many details outer into the making of I, 'i ni-in' 1 is the mi'.st icoinplisicd| winetstl. f
heed at the time and in the I an advertising tot that even with the I i .
present cy 1i. N i I t I' ;: (( |- m the W1,1.! She :lu's an i i"i- 1
future is what we term a flat rate or | cost syst'-m that most of the l shops lint ,: ('0' ij of *:'jril'.i"(: ' .. .ir ..ji.. is a tt.. ra,
in other words a uniform rate to all] j i now tae the real cost of advertising ., t tirtalvr.Jovernor, ,

regardless of the amount of space !, will be found .as elusive as it was I ; I, - --- -

taken or the class of advertising. As I fifty years ago when cost systems I I I (; Stanley of Kentucky h'1
the head of the mechanical department were unheard<1 of in print shops.It .
| I appnilll..d.III's. : :Minnie; :Mahler] as hi-. 1j i
will tell you some advertisements is a fact, however, that every ,j, piivate. ; M-cre'iii-y. She i i-i the first woman '/
cost more and Rome ]less and newspaper Pullished.] in Florida: 'at to hold such :position/ in that r
here the scale will vary in the general I present, time a good <:QI'-+'ry 1 ;eek-l: I I II stte.I ( ,
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1. candidate for re-election. He deserves the support of

the Democratic Voters in the primary June 6th on his


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FlORIDA'S LIBEL LAW Graystone Casino, Where .1 .

t' UNFAIR' TO. PAPERS Press Association Meets TC T : .

(Continued 0 from- Pare One.) DEMOCRATIC VOTERS A

righteous when 'hii ,, narrates-'the ac
r tual'news of his own bailiwick., For I h ? .. .. ..rt
'r there was 'never a village, l large ..... C1'' sceC] 1a. CcJt'UlX1-ty
t 'enough to support "BugV that'did .-
not contain real news that, written ',.','
and circulated, ,-brought discredit upon! 4 ,', .. ..
y' one or another.' t' .i
The Changes Needed.In tlMlpis tv 4'L'r'a'! ; .'

the name of justice, thateditors r
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t, may haye the same rights other hu tt

man beings enjoy, there' must be: ,
I three changes in the libel laws of b .sQ a '
) Florida. Two the Legislature can-'I y f ttcFlorida's
make and editor should to',
every put t Yb
' f\ jf the candidates in his district ,the I '"I T.m. *.t : &&'l' v '* '' ( ' .
question of whether he will assist in !
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' making them. One must before -
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the people as a whole! and 1,' us one 1] o

;... editor have the.confidence! .in the r I
I justice and fair dealing: of the people)

of' Florida that causes me to view ___ .
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this question to, the popular vote. -
The most vital change/: is; this '! .
nmeijdmpnt. I., the Hill: of Hi/lhts:1: j i Newspaper Industry "VJ

. '' .Strik.1 '),It from. Section 1 I1 1> f Sti +l
words" : "anil was puHithed) for goad; ,

motive"." 1, The last five years have seen a most remarkable' increase in the amount'' ,r 1 4 r,
The, two changes we holiid i risk the'''
uucsteJ in new<|I.111| e, 'nlt'li| r' ('s in floiiita.; Nol only has much money been'Iirenl '
Legislature! lo mill:" (in I provide inSection
:!:;.">7 protect-on for the IIPWSpajier .- .n erecting end! eMablislniiH! new "plants, hut there has also been a icr.utLible '1 1I ''.1
) which use* the mini under "r imj; imemtril of exis'iti ; ,pianlr.: There are few hlJ.les'llh Honda'sI
.. which u person is known to the IHWHpnper I t'1ii"l. ton: that can )brat; I of so many fine: presses and typesetting machine, -
i I.I l! inrtallccl! for the \purpose: of pro.motiiig effic'cncy and adding. to the value I ian
or to others, nn/1 to wipe nutHedion '
a'lrr.clnenesr of the publications.: Sired up alongside weekly and daily
l-ll'.t and rtwiite it in InnKUJiire !
: Ihut will express' exaclKwhat\ : publications (from 0''her gaits of the country Florida easily takes the palm.'
is As foi. tl e incml.cis of the Fourth Instate it has been said by members outside /
meant and not )c'a\e the milking: i o'f
this law to the-<-oui ttv . d( Florida that/ ll.c\ I Ignda !pic successful and the profession rrnght be named. They will all be '
With these1' :, men women in rH.
('h'al1/>!r cs we will hnvcu .
libi'l I .. p.l Kissimmce at t tie! next meeting\ of the Florida Press Association where the'
lalIh. \ Is just to Ih' I public
ir.riedulous! and doubting out will have an opportunity to the
siter' site up
!:mljust to Ml.i' pre :.Mimtlni'i'
that of .1' I I-L''-ills!. > encl dean. !tlivu. own c, nt'lusions. rhemost recent infoimation about
none n.hould n lnt! rri-!
the rioin.i's. 114'1'1'4'1'| is given in the 191 '5 .newspaper annual of N. \I. Aycr'
tainly "right to publish' TRUTH
,rtii 1 .' mi. Il con so .ic intcicsting 'talistics of Florida ncwi.|>aperdoni, as
shnulil pot In- ii 1 -i II'd I to us as ii it is .
under the pu"ii.t. lap: s. I -ughrsithat : \ follow. ; .
wi- ad ipt I his' -I"i"an] ; lit )1'111" 1\1I111\I\ of l touns III \\l.icli. newsj>apers ale published, 115. I H.
meetnig in Ki-sin )1IIIl' tins *] 'niiir., I I N; 11,1)1,: cf I t towns \\-h.rli are county scats, jluriibci I _. .
"T1IK 1 I KKSS: OK( KI.OKIHA I IIE-> d.u!.os, )1. :
11"1:1'1111: ':; : kinijr; !! ru) 1'\\ '1I.IS11: 1\lIllIlel I ijii-%%ceklic4.4.ol I I have announced as a candidate for re-election to the office of County Judge of
THUTH." \unbci, nekles.] I 38. Osceola County subject to the will cf the Democratic voters in the primary of June 6th and

CH-IIKUT; : 1 10. I.KAC1I.: !"mbl'r; : of (f"lmglltlcs., 2. I solicit the support of the electors upcn my record as County Judge.
-- [ :Number <.f( semi-monll'tes! : I.N'umbei I. Equal juztUt lo all, absolute impartiality in the performance of my duty and diligent
; Mint jelly mndc from the wliitc, pot-/ !; of monthlies, 10. I attention to the office are my pledges to the people.. s

tion of orange" pt-i-l is the new .-si t confection Number of quarterlies, I. 1 will appreciate your vote and support. ,
Total all issues, 207. '. !, .
beingput' !! out 'I 1 >' tinGill..-,
.... ('IIminrlu/ !> at .Mh'mi Th'.s' pio-l i Florida has more daily newspapers.than Maine. New Hampshire Rhode I
ft'-: duct i is the discovery of I Ih'. :Stiuughn; I l of the lUircau. of Clu'Miiotry. sasGeorgia. Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi -North Carolina South Carolina .
Irnnesscc. Virginia"Montana. Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota. South
Georgette rr('J pr" seems" to lu" the: D.ikuta. Vv'yoming. Arizona Idaho Nevada: Alaska, Hawaii, PhilIppines, Porto II, ('''Id .Adrvrtternientl) ... --,
fnvoritmaterial from which tl> make'dresny l Rico 01 any of the provinces of Canada except Ontario.St.. Augustine
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M . l t' : : > ,, ;: ,, : B y Willis B. Powell, of Clearwater ,

. . r that Is riot mak-r & !of
than 'do notknow of
\ halTtrrjcnified advertising more ,
In my opinion the time is I not far average newspaper man who, pub.,1is1ling : '

,distant when any community of 2500or a paper in a city of 2,500 to r r ,any other medium. ing money 4 f:1
more Inhabitanta will support a 5,000 people{ : has never! averaged My success* in the small)) city daily! If youare running weekljrtnda to' ''t'

daily newspaper. People demand $1,000 a month in cash receipts. I I laid has been attributed to many )', you can run 'a live daily )fBorrow. ,

news hot off tc) red);, desire a bulletin Now let UII see whero he will not oases! by my friinda None have Qo to il. 11.:. '.

of the day's local happenings! and only break even on a daily newspaper |I assort! ,the reason, and I will reveal Respectfully W. B. POWELL-, ,

and the next proposition but make It he secret.
what is doing that night money.' : k+ j I
day. The advertiser,"' desires to place ,I 'shell give averages! of my IW8' I I made lily dailies the dailies'of the '

his announcements before the people paper ventures, very conservativelyplated :leople. I have;; always] had) a large -:- c- j

day by day : . ". : :epoitonal foit>3-200. to 400 people..' -5* STATH: PRESS COMMENT:\ :" C '

'Ih' next question| is: f'nn.fJm". Subact bptjoh.4.eceipta per Any piece' of news that: any of these 0:0.: PO )
,}.,.-:-..X.0. ..>'>:.4tvr }d
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afford undeitako the .ffll' !'d... sn't in jihonod, ; in, (fir i
Usher t to pjopnbition month .._.,- ..... $ 2.r,0 peiBimillv .
t-f 'Issuing a country daily in a I Job! woik .,.'- J1. :3(10AdvcitiHinir I (told me, curried a "I11Ul
small (otiununitv' ? .' I| .:.-_ t-a------ 1000) II 1, o It has the right i <>C xxn\ over editorial 1 1"WHCI'
r : an adxei'tinng cunnpaign-paying l for -
ANo, is lit' ",1Jingto] hackle down :Mie-i'lUiic-oH'\ : cash. .- - - 50 it fit'I'I p p teltuiuph 01 at.\ stiilf' I
to liusiiiiss" six days'' in the week as I I ---- I I .. ,t.ett"" ,. rI cove: fit Ij of M1V "\\lllfs' !Doing"( i;i .space in )pionnnent )papers in other

hi luis I i never before) confined- himself:0 I| 81]000; I itlunin to every': churth! finleinal' hoiiitx' !: states TIl.s 1 will piobably have some I IFloiula

to hiisnu s" ,1 The Anvil) toimtiy daily' of the I "t r it >. .. sc'hool or \\hat not, aheNter the :'gtiod lesullsbut t recording to our 0)o ),-
Ii' iniu: -haul: ) work and 1mghonls. ix"i'iit was for social |nnpo'\ "ibs only H
light "suit will! not fiaxc! l lest th.i'i r.tlflubsi -\'ution. the most effective udxettil
Hut tli pinfiti .i1l 'IR, the i"I ilkix or. i r1 : 0"". 1 1."' I Kate awav
iibei- i.:
(' IInl i nt t n " ;11 :i wI.k, -e ('ha'
. .,. ing I ,had and can have ism ,,
J Ii,IM hail im, diiahli espim'tnin . '' i liundKil-, ,.!, ilollais w\ tlh of inhiitisinir
thK: till art *.Y:> u month Ihi c 0',1lr li1 + / t Jf'i\
.. fair o k I I"J a''IIIII..1: Itilhon dullnrs'. her own I'" "'I" sent Jilinitd' to en- )I' tJ
II)1 IIIIII-dlll
iiuntix uxti i i
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end, t llf the (ill1\: ' \\IIL net'tuoth) "1' $ b
1",1 i ',, "f txxint\| !fir i yerI1) : ", !and.I hove $_'::' tri 1IH: (! a week, / //4 Pyii ) ,I ; r \\'Ih..f, I.I goad Will. , iinnis| "Furh .'nj""I\., 1'1 more satlsfattion ,

d.!., i cm.d(' nun" ''' i ,\ but admit tin. )haul, I '.i\i ,pliui-d. thjob) wink, at, !4JOi aI \ That'1 th. s l'l'I"1\ of in:ikuir:' a daily : ill looking Over the lolunuis :d'
grind" I I (pu. ''of t tin p paii'i| of the locality they are ItI
i 'day': a t1-i, \' vnill; .iini>u" L iianof]
1 It 1 I Inl", a pi I)1unt xvin. 'Ih about. $70(10 ; 11)1' ( olllltM)' I Il.tlU t o l Is Wltll t Us. It (" >I"id.', inf I than (they do from reading ..1
\'''ll HIO ('Milling" till I llJTUlO'Ib I .
small the I It I i ad\e i tisi i mi nts ill oilier papers'.
daily fisi-lf
to put nut' a ,I' liipimt'i I a 'liMuii'f t is II
I .. .IIh"'I.tiKinlr I : li.isul and tin end of the Iou I i- i I Hit and :So, if you XM--I| to uchaiK'itheinter-
w i Ux. job| I Ian nullould], inn $1 .Ml a trlmin, 1 iiiit-s" ity ii am i iiininunitv, I ;'
m' ,. 'Th"I .plant. will iiuliiile a linotx I t till IH'NVp.lJH'l) mast IIIIVX llllllU, LSt.ll.lllicd ests( of your seition 1 send out (copies /
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atr :20 ii.lunin .1 <:"y of di .phy 1 ado I / "I
room, ami, a I Inn, of nth'rrtiin' I txpc" 0 o r/ ,t t iliiHwill: ] haI" look "ufo,' histaiiit'ls Som papers rte know of give the impie i
\(ltisini,;, This 1 \\oulil i. at 7'i nits I \ '
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title, i- the want liuMnr'''. tlv lotalin I'I'a '
op "iiitoi', galley box who is also the i iidinir ,notiii ,adnotiii 1 1 1'l1d| theliirU heal him to (the d;"-11"'. .s' '
divil! uaike-up ad I Ills tilt of Tin of n decent libel, law :
( ; a : lI1an. an 11111. I- day I'llIJTMssI I pass age
; that !
: :Su yuu.uill riot I nay fig-
sad nt po|"i ,ml inn' hour the fury usiil I newspaper talks It andtl]' by tin neat li'gis" ) Lure will give thenettsptper "i,
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in tin j"li t*iil(l if the 1"usine" s will ,' iinn-s, it. lie m"IL1111"' that | | *, of 1'I..ncl" an opportunity :
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blip ,in 1II"II": if' tin. folder ami put' blanche.1 . into a gI-at null .intilt, ctablihnmut "- to "mile' dry. 1 lT>n .," ill 31)) polilu-al J !
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lute ui| I the nmil. ii\4rui, .. Tha 1 r i ueuer I the r'Ij ; II jfi tl r I is
1 tau' One) the mall that the ]Iegt.ltols; to >I.udl a bill, .
1'111'I f, tint niriie forte mint be tin I IILTUI" i 111 in : 1 11:011.<: ; f.iitmv' : )

publlsbel xt h... das three nit. n's ttolk You ,|sk : HllW i Is M "O--I") |" !(' (to fret LIII Il I e--o\--? tutu a giant ""Iu-Illa] ]plant how (vet" I If not, it is up) to the r'

,/ an assistant" tihtoi," a Hpoitii, stud.. ) ,aludxtitii :siKI] ( ( in" nun uilv\ <"itiMtiK from a : + + I lur n, yl I is even a LTiiatii. fiutiu. in tin toW"' '' new sp.ip"(|"s to I.a(ak' the political l

; jog uli.itol"ho is also the I It o "uinimuiuU now stuuiiuijr;: itsilf t\i I progress; the small fanner who be-, t '

t', bookkl'pl'I\ I tautly', to put ul|, $1.11( for uu\citisinn tuini'h a great ajri'it'ultui'I't or K'IOW-" vvrs.Tampafires.

:: There aie also tine to five tairici' o a I month ? I lJuu'kthl')' cjimc; on I uday and I, ilit1 moving p clue ,umpan.1 id 1 :,r'is heralded as the fi>ic-i'tinner of anew :I I I .aigi j lantings' to Natal': grass are **

t; boys, The 1 salary+ roll out:.ide of thepublhlor's TIlt'1 answer is this: wants a big ,sale 01 Saturday 1 I" I other cnh"tall1l11"IIIthat, tired I II em. I hi'ing made at Muhavsk and vicinity 'r,

: worth, will run $ ITO a I There. ate seven days between the : gels out a few hand lulls or plaster i I la: minute advtitisini' I could take Then'"hy not the weekly nexxt-pa- and additional land is being cleared '

week or $fir0 to $700 a month Thu I publication, > of the weekly. One) can J up the front of his stole. or the sal, ,i olumn. telling you of tin various pet that breaks forth from its easy for this ?J
I )purse 1
.\ rent, I s-toth, lights and other overheadwill do iiiuth in seven dajs-and much walk with the announcement The I i SOUK of th' u "C.tISII1gsUplort grind and comes out a ijy/likewise .. --s.:

run the cost of operation to does .occur ]lawyer' has a legal that has to he ill. jjiM'ii a dail>', In a few words. is it in "e..pingwith thing, that tend to I The right of way for the new'' oxten- r*

$1000 a month. I have found this The footer receiving: ( a fresh ship- s-'ited the correct number of tim" l hest expressed as live advertising, :, make a town a city, I lon of the Atlantic Coast Line railroad t!

the average in seven jeais' expeiierce meat of strawberries on Friday cannot to tome within the next rule day and as Much produces. results and the Florida stands lust of,.all the states 'I I i is being opened south of Sebring ; j

in country newspaper work wait until next Thursday to advertise he 'seeks a dally newspaper becau e advertiser. is pleased and therefore of the union with a like population'I hand: grading stakes set, The load
.' The telegraph service will cost from them; the dry goats man I the weekly lacks just one day of pitting betotn-sjan advertiser rather than in the number of daily papers and will go pu; down 'the west sideof r'

I $IT. to $20 a week. happens| ? to have a new line of mill- I it under\ the wire.. Ther. ale I one who puts his announcement in stands at the head of many states I Lake ()ke ehobec and on into Lee f f=l

One thousand a month staggers theI I t-ntls that He wants to turn over real many happenings; .the daily program the paper to help ,it along] .. The daily with double its population. And I county ,


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: In announcing) myself a. a' candidate vocated, introduced!, or assisted in pounds, can be 'gent":for' fourteen rents. o ford protection to the Panama Canal

for congress, '; from ;,*>the;",,-Fourth:;#, Cons I passage, dlll' service' tJ' the Beyond i.that, limiUtheratei,,: 1ncreaseaso'tvpidlyythatlLythct and ,.i in case of,, ,forelgnq: troublo: be! asafeguard
gtesslpnal"Ilistriet! ; rof whidi your; !f'state; 'arerThe' banking' 'laws of the maTallah3s: to the long line of sea coast

, .. county' is an important part] t do so last session, "whereby the 'money' of see or Tampa- have been. reached, through which Florida is exposed r t,

with full appreciation of, the fact thatOsccoln i the people is safeguarded in! the deposituris from Jacksonville or Jacksonville believe that this naval base should be
county has in the race a which they have trusted; from them, the cost has increased to I o established by the federal government 1

"Favorite Son," for whom I hatlw :| nnlie\, insuiante bills, admitted to I _ twenty-Tour tents'; while to reach I and I will urge that it be done. p +
highest personal! regard, and toward i he alike\. a benefit to the insured and II /t' Lr IVnsacpla or Key West, from Jack- I Federal Aid for Pest Kradiration.: .r

whom I I shall conduct my campaign on I the i inmiiur. I led the fight for the' II 7 topville, or Jacksonville from them, The great natural industries of every

p' the highest 'possible plane of courtesy! 1 Itppiopi, 'intion to aid in the (eradication I th-- cost of the same' package: is forty State are necessary to the welfare i''

and respott but I know that you are lof 'the
not unwilling to learn what I offer, !bills passed ; I assisted in the pass I tomes' fiom hitago to central Florida cry state, therefore, I believe that the

'. .nd promise you if 1 am elected( I litre of the special, load and bridge for eight i tints, chile| it casts federal government should lend ma-

'; Justice to myself will permit a biief, ( ilistnct tav'law and my district was en tints to send, thit 0-:1IIIe' H'V-I terial aid when danger confronts

reference to my business and political) ; I I t tin., lust, in I the slide to take advantage from Key West 01 1'ensmola to these industries ; I thereforapprove.

,. career, since, however well a man may of the ait 1 handled all the viI 4r4r I sonville] I Itelu'Mwe" should be ableto and will work for federal mil for the ;

think he )known, there tn I statistic! and health bills, ,
is! ate alwaysmany I passed send u package by parcel post anywhere control and eiadication of any dis-
well informed people who, while in I the House; I introduced and passedthe r' I in the state for one andif
: price; enl they may know of him yet know nothing Kill for medical inspection of WI had this right every farm house any animal, farm, garden, forest or

of IIIH achievements or his specific I school children; assisted in the fight I + 1- I' would be 1mail order house on an fishery industry of the state.

fitness to nil a position of trust and that created the Good Roads .State II 'I equal footing with the mail order
Prt'partdnr"R.Ev'nts .
.. honor. ('ommission; succeeded in getting. the I houses in every state. while the merchants 4
developing within the J.-st
Likewise it is fair, inasmuch afi .the appropriation for the }:'irls'' reformsthottl Hrw of every city and town wouldbe few ; '
1, which has been located in ir4xx4 i I I years have pointed oift to us our
1- people have a right to know how sound I equality for business need for preparation in case of Waror k

t a man is. ill his judgment, that they Marion county; assisted in the passage I I with the merchants of every other threatened serious trouble with t' "'

t should have set before them- at least of the providing. for the purchase $ city and town .
any foreign nation; I believe in and
a short epitome of his accomplish I of the state prison farm\ at Wet hands Dually Valuable as Arid. shall advocate militnry and naval tpreparedness

It- moats as a public serxant Itaiford ; and introduced and pasyd: I I I Having within the limits of our of such scope that these :
through the !House the bill to perpetuate y
I Brief Personal Sketch. I state, and also in many other states, Un ted States I hall at all times bo-
the memories of the Veterans
yk s X'' large areas'of submerged or over- able and ready to defend their honor i r
J came to I Florida at the age of 16 who are dear to the people of this flowed ,
.s I lands I believe that the Fed- protect the lives and of their '
years, and twenty-two years of mylife state I also at the former session, MY eral Government
I should
and can, lead citizens and
have been spent in this state fought through to a successful: issue, sK i aid the' give adequate protection ;
I o in drainage of these lands to their mercantile
from home in I the bill interests on the
Coming my boyhood requiring headlights where I
it Incomes
l I ncceusary The Federal high .
Newberry, S. C", I ]landed at Webst..r Ion locomotive .engines in Florida Government; seas.Assistance I

with limited means, and went to work: These are but u few of the measuresI I! of has shown recognition In Good Roads liuilding. t
I' its duty along this line in its Renting the belief
11 I that good '3
Later I went to Sanford to work in have assisted in j giving the People lujgc and! valuable
development of roads
the ice factory, and after owned it of the state for the conservation and I ,'and lands are an important adjunct tt> I
I the West, und] I wouldurge the general of
'I.,I and the water franchise in that city !prc'serxution of their interests! life of i the I military preparp"4
heavily increalll1gusale has I weight limit should he delivered : adoption by of edness and
: .
for _
)I necessary the extension
number of until I sold and -
a years propei ty -
shown that the I of bill I
panel post is one suitable\ the
'"a I anywhere within the confines of that needs of our un- of our rurul mail routes and the
them. For eight terns I was mayor Assumes People Know Many 1 lungs.Mm the most valuable and conxement' i drained and submerged lands wherein transportation of f fI
state for one flat. fixed rate chargedper mails over them
of Sanford and administration
; it was during: my : |I methods of
\ has been filled we should share
hspace by candidates distributingproduc.ts,1 in this believe
This in and will
e that the first brick street pound arrangement would I governmental advocate: fed- b=
heretofore whether of the ussi tall ".
and the matter
) ( ( eral aid for
I give every merchant nod farmer in good road building.
was done in' that -city'I..ctric y A
paving the shelves I
I therein christened "Platform1" I of the merchants The Federal
; Aid
I state an equal I for for Farm Inlrrexls.Owing Inland
everyy oppoitunity
installed und tement sidewalks I | Waterways
: lights : however to that the parcel 1 post has, not jet attained to '
prefer assume to the immense
laid. Whether not I have been Iuc'cessf'ul I business with every nieithant and ev- value] of our I shall also urge and advocate '
or I
s people of the Fourth I District Know I that which it was intended. dis- I farm lands and
I farmer in other state. Mow their possibilities, I action
business since HI ery every prompt by the federal
r as a man my ) govern- ;
tributor local t
I that I advocate, and will seek to advance over territory, shall adxotatc and
this change will operate for the benefit urge greater fed- ment in the
rival in this state, I leave to the decision small articles of merchandise development and extension +
of the people who have known all the common "planks" that r I of Florida, for instance will be eral assistance and encouragement in of inland waterways, believing
look to the general betterment of thecpmmod farm products at a cost just sufficient agricultural
work. I Ito I readily seen when i iff is pointed out training and develop-0 them to be an incalculable asset in
my \' and better known needs of meet the expense of carriage and ment
that under the experiment the
present zone arrangement stations scheme -of national
{Some Results in Florida Legislature. our Florida people, so I shall contentmyself' handling. and farms \ ,
it costs as much to send a package canning{ clubs, and and necessary for the building up and

For three terms I represented my with bringing into promI- Entire\ State the First Zone. from Jacksonville to Pensacola, the various clubs organized by the the extension of commerce between

county in the State Legislature as a nence in this article a few of the more Jacksonville to Key West, or from boys of the state for their agricul- our coastal and inland cities. r

-y member of the House; and in all that vital things I believe would be bene- What I believe we should have, either of these places to Jacksonville, tural education and betterment. if '
ficial and be secured for the district Promising, elected, fidelity, loy- '
time I have, as my record shows, con- can and will urge the necessary amend- as it does to send the same packageto Naval Base at Key West. ally, earnest work for .
constituents .
sisteiitly, and persistently, worked for and state, and be of advantageto ments for, is an extension of the first points in southern "Ohio, Indiana, Realizing that on adequately with careful consideration my of' ?

'What' would be the best interest of the people of the entire country. zone to include the entire state. Thatis and as far west as Memphis. The equipped and properly fortified naval and an intelligent vote on, all matter.. -

p' gay people and the state. Parcel Post Extension. a parcel being: mailed in any post- present first cone limit is fixed at base at Key West would command the that may arise, I ask your "

Some of the measures which I ad.J Cumulative evidence In the shape office in/ any state--up to a certain fifty miles; and within that radius ten entrance to the Gulf of Mexico, *fFORREST Sincerely your., support.

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the: ember .of the McKay-Spencer ,

r" campaignwarmed over- for ,thepurrpose. :' ":::',:..;. ..; ,i 1 '.... ;...,' ,. ,
; Dr. Wall abruptly , ',. 't ,. .
'resigned, 'r ',' .." .. : .....,.; "L, ,; ,
and Tom Spencer who walt now sole .". ", ",v,'J ' :' ., /' .: ..,.' tr..+",,'C",y.. r
4'owner' .of the Tribune: , sent! ,: for me ,: ", 'I,!>... ,
and offered me the vacant Beat of my I i ,'.;.'I\.; .. I ; :. 'F..>," . 1 "

recent f
.with him for nearly tour year,
I appointed "" '., .
was County Judge : "
1"US lIi11 borough county, and gave up I "
o'riol work . i .
entirely. I _
after this the Tampa Jour. j j 1 f H
. q na'I-was founded by Harvey J. Cooper, Ii' '. ,
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.a Republican; but he eschewed poli-i I .. .' '
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.tics of In 4t his paper' and made a !Rood'r i I|I . '. ,:. S,

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Tom Spencer associated himself in I I .... .
turn with several different persons inv .... '. ,. :
the conduct of thy Tribune among '
them being J. M. Scales 6f North : : .:
Carolina, a brother of the Governorof WHERE. LADIES AMONG THE VISITORS 'TO PRESS ASSOCIATION ,' j'
the same name and another was WILL BE ENTERTAINED DURING THE MEETING IN .'. . :,. ..' :I
George 11 I Mathos now dead. Bad KISSIM MEE. : -
a. judgment was exhibited in the selec-j __ ______':'_____..____________.'......... .... u. . . . _ . . .-. ........ : it1
tion of partners and the paper declined ers of the Tribune and consolidatedwith not liable Is invalid. Therefore, this ,I

in both- circulation and influ- 1 that paper.I limitation will not hold in .instances "I"
nj"e.: A stock'company was formed I had practiced law after leavingthe '0 .. "
where the delay or damage is due to t
and the paper Uil i-n over. At the I
office of County Judge.In April,
carelessness or negligence of the far
solicitation of the owners, I COlll ed to divide my time hel'wel."lthe\ th_- Tribune, came to my office and : the Act to Regulate Commerce effccI yt
County Judge's office and that of the
urgently requested me to take editorial tjve June 2, 1JM5, is responsible for
Tribuie and to undertake for thesecond I j
charge of that paper, the ) the change. The railways havechanged H'A.D.FENNEY.
time its editorial conduct. I !lellllh! of I"o'alhoun\ then'editorial j l their tal'iffs accordingly and I .
soon found that I could not run both
writer, having become impaired. I ,
p j while the Southern Express X'o. has .
successfully, as the had by the I I'I'I
paper .
j consented, alternating with Colonel .
i not yet done likewise*,. and l modifiedthe .
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new owners been made a tri-weekly .
; Calhoun for something Over a year.I condition in" its receipt, advice has ,
I resigned the editorship after holding .
I was then employed as sole editorial
i been furnished the league by the CANDIDATE FOR
it but u few months, and went rI
writer for the Times, holding that position (J I Southern Express Co. that it will notdeclire
bark, to the court house. j ..
for more than two years and l a claims of (he character indllt.nt.vl -
After 'this there were several different -, half, my connection with that paper which are not 'died within four I

editors, none remaining long?, ceasing in November, l'.H4.! I months: In fairness to the carriers, I v
Not long afterwards the paper was j Hoping that the above \inay\ be of however, the League stales loss and "
sold to the owners of the ,Journal and! some service to you, I am, { damage claims should be filed with I STATE
the two consolidated under the name Very truly yours, all possible despatch; in fact it is H ATTORNEY
of the Tampa Daily Times, this being C. E. HARRISON, I to the interest of the claimants to do )
Tampa's first daily. The next year ------ so, yet it rcalijs that it is not. always
after the starting of the Times, the j possible to assemble the necessary
Morning Tribune was founded by its papers within the time specified. Before 7
present editor and chief owner, W. I
the Cummins' Amendment be-
F. Stovall. These two dailies have FOUND TO BE INVALID''came a law, many claims or merit I Ii .
both been phenomenal successes and were declined by the carriers on account .
are well to the front among the -- | of nbt having been filed within Seventh Judicial Circuit .
Orlando-As matter of information '
dailies of Florida. a -
I the prescribed time a situation from
Several years after the commencement to the growers and shippers, the which the carriers themselves could -

of the publication" of the Tribune Florida Growers and Shippers League I I not get away which doubtless. inspired .i
Col. J, I). Calhoun, afterwards announces it has determined beyondall Senator Cummins to embody that
identified with the Times as editorial doubt that the condition in rail- [feature in his famous measure. ,

writer and associates: started another way and express receipts requiring '1
daily called the Herald, which leda claims for loss and damage be' filed I Building permits to the amount of I'nld Ad\'l'rlh..numll i

precarious existence for a short within four months from date of $51,000 were issued for the month of ..-JI. .. -ft..... .. -ft...... ..11Ift...-- .. 'II ..11Ift..... .. -ft..... ": -ft..... .... -ft..... i
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WILL FIGHT FOR ACK' TO BROWARD"' PLAN FOR ........ Declares, for Local Option a'nd'.Deals' Frankly With I, >

EVERGLADES, ,DRAINAGE. HONOR OF STATEINVOLVED' I.- ____ Other Questions, Including"Agriculture, Rural .\ \


IN THIS UNDERTAKING. OTHER Credits, Marketing Bureau, Railroad' Rates, Ci ;

DRAINAGE PROJECTS HAMPERED WILL I rus Fruit Industry, Live Stock, Publicity, Educa:1' ::1

tion L Labor b r Pensions National Guard Naval j
Militia Prison Farm Good Roads State Banks .
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0 Fee F System, Libel Laws and Mothers' Pensions -- 1


. tiltS been to bring tile Everglades] I or 30,000'acres. or as much more ns '1.

Believing it to be-the duty of every candidate for public! office to declare I drainage project) to a most precariouscondition. : I can .be drained immediately, when .:
himself all-questions' importance. affecting the 'public welfare I lubmit I _____ Unless some ,relief is had I I I'settled and cultivated by the thousands ,, .

____ there is not money enough in sight of homeswkerK, who arc, now "
the following platform of principles and policies upon which I shall rest my ___ '

I to carry on the woVk to completion] ,,, ,I "ready, willing/ and 'II md.o.u s to go upon i
candidacy for the high office of Covernor. ,. ,
I ,.. -,. ____ still unless change of is made the
.; ,.; _Ir. l -- a plan ( land will be of- far, more value
At the outset' 1 wish to say that if I am elected I shall devote my l I ,
very js definite is decided!
I teht nine/ policy upon to the people of t the slate I than: all the .
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entire time and attention to the faithful and conscientious discharge of the I n9 iiiul followed up, t lie confidence of the I millions cf acres of iindiained. land a

duties of this office, and I HEREBY PLEDGE THE PEOPLE OF FLORIDA people) ill the Kverglades, repstablishI'd j, uliich are now in the1 '1luI; <....

) THAT I SHALL NOT BECOME A CANDIDATE FOR ANY OTHEROFFICE Lt.: anil' a willingness to I liveup to. I shall I I c'lilcaMir. first t to I drain I i the _

giledgrs,!. made manifest tli<' wholefiioject lands which hirte.. boon sold to small
I" must complct--ly m collapse i I during )purchasers, I ledeotning! the credit and
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EVERGLADES DRAINAGE. -'u:5,_ ____________ mt the next state udinJnisliation.I ': "('/>1111111011 t t I and the honor of the state '

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of Florida this time is the
: Of vital importance to the people at .great far as that is within my power,
"Hack t to Itroc Jlrd" |'
Everglades drainage project, involving as it does the faith and credit and and shoeing i to t the world! t that the

reputation of the stale of Florida and that of .all her people. Of almost! equal The 1 plnn 1 propose for carrying on 'peopleof Floinla; are jealous of Florida's -

I .qr ----- the work of "I'aillillgtlH' !Kverglmli: < s honor, and 1 I bound by Florida'spiomises.
importance, and largely dependent upon the successful handling of the EVervlades ,,
1 may be briefly'' expre-M'd. in the (hits ) .

project. is the drainage of the millions of acres of wef lands in other I 1 "Hack to lirowanl.' i I I will do all thai lies within uiy

sections of the state. I j! If I elect.-d f governor" t tlm- becoming, i i /power to save for I lie. state all the

VALUE TO STATEThere I| ION L. FARRIS chairman of the Hoard" ,I of Trustees( j!i iiiif la ml that I can, but' the land I save

-- I the I Internal" ] I Improvement Fund, I II II will bx drained. 1 land not submerged
are nearljr four million acres of land in the Everglades .worth at j '
CANDIDATE FOR I shall vote, an,1ul'k, and fight to ; land, and it will luive some real value.
least four hundred million" dollars when drained. The state of Florida owns I GOVERNOR I
have all the 'lands owned by the Mate I The I'mted. States gue CI iuiflt'nt has

more than a million acres of this land. The reclamation, settlement and development I' of Florida] within the tn'I'glad.drlli.nllge : ."-
- - - - - - - - - - expended' millions! of dollars in reclaiming -

of these lands will add hundreds of millions of dollars to the taxable ': district I I J placed I iK'hind i I the t the arid lands of the West
\ I unit method of drainage was abandoned. 1 Other Projects Affected.There .
values of Florida thus reducing taxes throughout the state. The value of the project, us l pledged by lov. Uroward, ''and! has also "rendered) financial I aid
I Mis I idea that immediate
h I result' I ate :lMIOlll!( ( ) ( ( ( acres, of hind I I
of these lands when drained will be beyond calculation we' either as pledge! for tho !payment of to I icclaniation I I and I drainage i projects -
can ,
products any must be obtained was forgotten: 'n Florida which i require'I drainage' I lie-
1 the bonds, or by sales I of .the I land aslimy m other st-nU-s of the Union. I If elected ] .
make at this time. ij i iV and. that pioccss of changing jilan.ami fore. thi-y can I be used,l for agriculture.Theic I .
j from time to time seem mo-.t advisalde oJvernor I will
abandoning, 'Uiils am! careless.. are many .drainage' ilistrirjLsnow ': diligentlyand
Stale's Honor InvoUed.i I ,] so far as the lands! may Iv, 1 use all of the influence
ness cf The honor and good name of organized, (Ii' in process of "01, at my
details, and the courage to put his : Il'iC-i-li" ::1- t to drainage.I :i iI command; to i induce the .
But great as i is the factor, (If material t the state t was begun, \\Kich has hindcrcd uani/.ation i I ; throughout I the .stal. '. I If I I federal I government -
groat plan into action. Within,* a few I shall vote.' a lii.IIand fight f"i'I to extend l fmancia-1
worth there time la'i |j.61' things the project) brought it to its bonds. could I readily i I I DC sold I I there : assistance
i months after he began drainage a I I I lie adoption( ..f. a plan which will to t the Kvei: glades and other
i pi esent' danger of complete collapse would I lie; very ma'ny more But
: at stake than: that. The faith and large acreage of land was unw'atereil j I I insuie adeijuate' financial' airangernenls drainage projects in 'Florida., Con-
t t land placed u stigma and a stain i upon, account of, the mismanagement* of the
credit .and reputation of the state,' and dry. Settlers and homeseekers ) : for the drainage' of this land '' gressinan Claik i has introduced. a bill ..
[ the credit, .the reputation and the Everglades and
propect on account of
herfair name and that' .of all. her followed the : dredges," making their honoc .of thejj.state. he loved well thestahiupon ,the ; :My present idea is that ,that must beJin" I'providing for a loan from the United I IStates
so '
'i ij I Involved' f and;;; ': pledged'' '"1'n'l 1 homos'on th '. fertile land from'.which? : '# '-,' .' reputation .pf.tho---p-: I ,; j the fornr'of.bonds' ; Lacked by taxes to the' Trustees the
peoplef are P"'eri7iaifiie&tHr-A-iiie" /> >T'IJW( ] w Wii/iHil LL ** h'wcked fntil his state,"' and.; ; )i its. i'r'cdith'h; \\ ;'iWiffctoliW6r.jMarfW7a''aKJ! \ : I ; 1of Internal'
"f te -'1 *"""' vmrufftvyrgffQfiaisiillt> " - ;- upon .. ... this i .. vlt : ; |'" "'''"'!\?; \*'H.1X '3S/' *"' *( -"i--/4, tt\\ L ( : ,
this greatircclan-iaUonJpro, _M'.2'\' '';'SWi/ .woo_. 7 a ui 1\ hinj thej I Everxladegldrom.! Improvement l und.toedevotd\ \:, : .to
,, _ _ _ _ _ _: absolute demonstration of the teas mlsmanllgem(>n ,,ha SB t '"oil g h tWa lion t, age distrIct, Mod nlso backed all *IhejUlrainaReJB.ofltheJRiyerglades J 4! M;KM.WivJ ' t'M1'', "jv ; ,;

I- "*m* V rf'v r vTV T*." .' '' .- !t ? not. possihle to .se1! }.these.ond8 tnX ".
iwiy Iln order. make (
? clear in !
: Itinding7 Obligation ibility- 'drainage which .- Brow-i tq perfect y I the lands, he tate owns withIn" that loan to fiaP be;*rf without) interest fcTOrv'>*i> -rt*and f: .
I what the to advantage. AS l long the 1 e-
mismanagement has as stigma
con- .
the state wrus gave to the world within a .shoit j Li) tri't. No tax ought to be levied payubleout -of the
The land owned by : proceeds of sales
; attaches to the : ] ..
'siwted, J shall subdivide Mpto each of Kverglades. drainagepIOjC.t .
; received from the government of the time established a confidence and belief except upon lands within the dis- ' the heads under which it naturally it will be very difficult] to I'
the condition that in the fertility of the soil and .tiii-t.I II |jtroduee'd providing i for federal.,
I United States upon falls I sell any Florida dminagho"cls.. Ifyou aid to ';,
the land and its proceeds\ used,) for OIL- feasibility of the plan whcih has : doubt this\ I shall vole, and woik I and 1 light; I 'iliamage distiiilx. in Florida organ-. :
served to t the woik Th"'eIIS, the abandonment of the I statement you have fur the appointment) of
keep '
going ) '
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drainage and reclamation llUlllO"(>R. a drainagelioaul i 11.< under the act of llll.'l I : as well
un", ", ". ;'1' (' ";"""''''. th'" trust(>ps :only to ask your banker. If efficient"v 1 which) shall I
through subsequent of mismanagement. contain
the best"engineering
Under the )leadership of Napoleon H.Broward years as such other distiiits
as be
I'iiui; .
I I! cI"un.g-: i 1.1 :Tl..t..cI.I I
cu \ J i' .1.1' \F.:\ < glade"* to lie all : I business and I I
: the people of Floiida in the | adminixtrative I I hereafter. organized i under said act.
stain tile credit ami the ,
.. \\1",11| t i iI lepu'laof -
.on --I tlij't it ho'ild! ( beIdr t talent obtainable
election of 1UO-4! committed themselves : .to work unilem-j If live Trustees. of the Internal I Improvement. I
Hroward's Plain. I I ; i ,vil,I ,at,\ n-e or not at all. The ,,, I I. ii the! Stilt"* of Florida and. upon I Il t the direction of the I -

and the state tp the drainage 're; ; It of this: h.s: I K-i-ii) t mat the forty''1' il'l' I lii jIlt, iliainagbonds I I will be I IrustecsiThe I Fund will cooperate with
project, and in that election endorsed (;ov. Broward's plan I and policy I of'' main enllnllgotr I <'e ought to our delegation i in congress: and workas
tin -aid IH-IIS of landdiained! liy, ;: 'removed( ard it will then b1.1 )possible '
the idea, of drainage, cvn if every drainage may be stated as follows;: 1 be located on the ground, at the HIOStl'JllVLiiieiit ; hard! for (federal uid to drainage
-. .to sell 1'lol'idll drainage bonds i in thtinaicial
(io.< Uiiiward has .since been sub-i, ; ; '
and 1 accessible
z acre of !land owned by the state within That the state of Florida, should) , n14-g-i I.I I. |I i markets. of the country for place for I ;piojeets ax the citrus fuit growers

I, the district should be required to use i its land within i the 1 Kvergludes(! ,: II( higher" prices., So that the niisnianajfeniBiit ,11J'u.tll1gtl1l'; woik. .\-.i it'is now, the win Ii i'd .to I' t the appropriation for the
. do the work. Their endorsement of (district or so much thcieof t us might I Ilie i Hcriunt's I I'oliliral I i t I I Plaything.I :, of Kvergladax: : matters I state is ..lll'l\ iii ing to handle! a I 'eradication of the citius canker, 8UCess -
$ () )((() ()(, .
the project was approved, and ratified / necessary in order to .effect th. j I'the t past" /live; jvnrs is not only of. oj..t. from an office,1 I WJl'l h. 1(1, 10111. I /pledge myself
Thenhas I been
| I 'i..t.IJngto it-
a y pol [ lont.d,00 11I11,
\{ by the state adimr.istrrtion! ; ; and by j drainage. of this vast body\ of. fertile1, ''a character. that i if l persisted i icause init\ I 'away tuo ilii. i> I t to woik untiringly. / this end if elected
i icul influences' and the weighing of ,distant ii point of
j \ 1 time." Su h a metliml '\ i .
the state legislature. Word went out { land ; that the land should! not' IK-; the and goxernor.J
project to-collapse, thoIjvergladen
pei'Minal; political I i I advantage I t upon t the , of
all over the woild that the people .of I j drained all at once, but. that ,.ome I : to .remain undrained, but operati'in' would not lie- eipJployed \ J I in port ii.ncc err i l-stie.' .
I of of the t trustees. I It has I
pint I some for d.,
Florida] had declaied themselves in 'land I should I 1 n > 1:1: any piuatc' : bu-,i- I -hall take. t the-
i ( be drained I i i immediately t 1 I'it j is, ulso of such a character. \ that; aggicssivb upon -

1- favor of the diainuge of. the Everfrladr'K ; -I I anil other land!!. as needed.: I.I nut been I. 'atl'd as H great reclama- I IIlItll I the, project' i is redeemed by effi- Itl'S" $ of such magnitude.I 1 1 I tI thi- i-sur. I cuiiMili r it to 'j

t ion project" but as a political play I shall wiuK, ::, \01' ami 'I IIilt'ilICr In' I' .I
figbc, I I. f. ,.
aa .\ Ill I
and t hat this l.t work II inii'-l ,
: was "
: I His plan was that .immediate 'eI .'j'l1t l iiinnagement: it will retard the iniiiutant| i.s-ua '
I thing. Responding to supposed political of the I loiud! i of Ti i u.-tee* of i now I
I 'ing undertaken by t their public servants suits I funI I 11H' people''' of the state
must In' obtained.( Sonic land 1 I these development of similar i i I propositions) I I ,
% at their direction.Land wisdom I I trustees in February the Internal. ImpioVeinenl' Fund, for 1 I II I I I111'1"0'1 I I ,,I I linlli
must\ be drninl.dithn t delay in I1 all over the stiteS'mrk I in a financial, Clliind
01- i
li'l.'i' I :\, passed u rosolution to the the adoption( of the unit .
: I in the Kverglade.s. was. sold by ''dvr that the fertility of the land; omit I'iI I! I \ Not Concentrated. \plan of iii ;iiiig a niiitcMal way; lint !.(.ynl"i'l1l1d
I effect t that the state lands should no .' ('. It is foolish and
the state to whoU rulers' of'land] ardiy 1 the feasibility of useless' to at. i ub""' I that t the honor and credit, nndlepirialion
( } draiimgc: might lieI Under
I I longer i r I be co'i-ider-i'd, I plodged) to the the prsenl system of ha nil- tempt( to tlruin the \KvergladeH:
: )It: these wholesalers( to more than f I sno\Mi to a doubting 'world and that I the .. as a I ; iind, t thi f.iiilunie. of the
ii I 0)) huge of I the Everglades., These ling Ever llId(> drainage I \ the I whole. It is impracticable in tlio rirst, '.
I thousand l :''people i in other I -.late' III \\ huh we live, and! alf of
twenty i individual I purchasers states might i lInd'II work has. not been concentrated., ; her
thillghan'i not proved bad., politics Hy
'I I I place, and i in the .second, pla'c'n if .
in other ..states. I It could not have '' .stand t that the state of Florida was I I.only I for I the i cn.son that they have not a change of diiection i in which; thedredgx's it were? practicable it i is not desiraide. :'l|I'i-ople., are inextricably( bound up.with

ben, sold for the fact that behind. the It.
t project I
except and
I! was actually.1 i been nurtlo; \ clear to the people] of :; weie operating, reversing the .. . .
drainage wan a state project : that draining. the EveIglnlcim.ltroeard !' i i iI In-my full plntfoini, ( announcement' ,
I I Florida who are j jealous of the ..pu. plan of (;iov. Broward the wateis (If I will do all i'l my power to have which
:: the great' state of Florida herself", was I Lake Okeechobee to the of appealed' in the TimesUnionof
tilt lOll and honor of their stale.
sumo of the land! ill the )<; I.
Plan' !
behind it ; that her faith and! her. cred "hanged. hundreds, of billions of cubit feet weretnrne'd .. VI'rgIIe's- ;Mnich I HUh! us. well I as in my ('urnagii -
as largII tract
itwere pledged to its completion. Damage to Florida.. as )po.ssihle-r-draincd I|' booklet I deal, at Il'nA'thvith '"'Hrthi
On October loose the lower Ever-
1. 1010, Gov. Browarddied. upon and! reclaimed completely without de-
In I'JOli carrying out his to I glades.] Tlje ridiculous fact : i| followinguhj.'t : Local I Option 'I
has been
*I pledge I Although in his ]lifetime he had Florida has suffered on account of I t lay. This is necessary in order that Agriculture. Rural W * *

the people and the pledge of his people met t fierce and bitter opposition in unfavorable publicity resulting from that the state works have irrigated I public confidence' in Florida! may Le'' i iI Kureuu Railroad Credits Marketing '

to the world, Gov. Broward began death large portions of the 'Gladea instead I Rates, Citrus
t': men realized that he was Flor] the mismanagement of the Everglades I rees-kablished, and theicffvct. of all the 1 1i Fruit Industry Live '

drainage. There was available about ida's greatest son, and his name is project. It is no exaggeration of draining them. More than this, :'i unfavorable publicity] which' Florida] 1 Kdiica'tion' Labor Stock Publicity 3!

: $160,000 in mpney and two or three ; now her tenderest memory. This to say that at least 200,000 people no adequate financial plan has been has received on account of rnismunagement (Guard:; Naval I Pensions National

millisn acres of submerged land but great man had not been dead for have been prevented from coming to proposed or adopted. of the. Everglades] affairs
Gov. Brdward had the genius to conceive I' many days before the details of his Florida in the last' five years 'on that Danger of Collapse. counteracted so far as that Jie pofisi-I; Libel Laws Bunk, Fee System .
the plan, the mind to plan its I|drainage I plan were changed. His account. The 'effect of this ble. Besides that ,. Mothers' Pen. -
mismanagement; 10,000 or 20,000 f I ion. .JiI-::: ..:::,
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former.Have Reached Highest, Point of Efficiency. COMMANDMENTSDALLAS ,We Believe in ". ,
When They Realize That they Must ". UU'-STlJlo.G AU. CLUB ADDRESS HEARS BY DR.IN. I

Serve'the Public, Says Hunt. PRANK CRANE. WHO LAYS

By CARL HUNT, Editpr of Associated Advertising,

I GOVERN ADVERTISERS.Summing That'svhy we are. glad to have the, :- )

Advertising! us an instrument ..ofi do to other phases of business from J
in a few lines an interesting -
' + has made l wonderful progress I without, and I don't believe a higher .
by Dr. Frank Crane
last few and that could be EDITORS OF J
in the years- compliment.that paid to before the Dallas (Tex) Ad. Club, .FLORIDA
why? Its progress lists been measured I any organization of men. (his principal points might be ,called
I h..ievo-antl. I think you believe We know that advertising, has produced I the ten commandments of (advertising -
it, too-by its i increasing influ. quantity 'production and more as! follows: GUESTS OF .j
ence.By rilrid selling, making 'labor saving :I First.-:-All advertising should be .
token I believe it will .
same machinery and other economics possible clour. ]It ought to state\ just what ,/
make progress} in the future in exact ) I and that it linn reduced the cost where
j j your business is and it is, giving -
its. usefulness We bid them welcome and invite them visit
proportion to public everything! that has;ever' been judiciously | your procise address to our
just. in proportion to our. realization\ adveili.sej and! properly, I i j Second. Advertising, should be .
1- that to be useful to us it must serve handled!! much below wl-at its. cost reckoned as. a 1 part of your business. store during their stay in the city.
the "public. would otherwise be.' I
j It is as necessary as the sign over
r In our advertising we talk much to I
We know that advertising has :your door.
"t the public of the service which business placed wide markets within the quick .i I t Third.-It should be regular und
is, prepared to "render' We have |land easy grasp of those whose1 have I'I I constant. People trade with the firm TO THE VOTERS OF OSCEOLA' COUNTYWhen
baid among ourselves that a business i 1 meritorious I things for the public, and ,I whose name is .familiar to them. The
,1 will survive and grow and prosper : we know that many an article which '|: newspaper ought to he your partner.Fourth. .
only according to the public vulue of "requires a wide market to make its .-The newspaper, going you come to the county seat we urge you to save money
'. the service that it renders. It is but manufacture possible" at all would not 1 daily into the hands of the people, is on your purchases by buying from us. As a proof of our saving
natural that we should apply exactlythe I even exist were it not for advertising.We the best medium for advertising. prices look these .
to advertising
same thought I I
know that advertising and I Fifth.-Advertising should be at-
I. which is sin'Instrument of business shoddy goodsare not likely to be :!jjlractive. The most attractive thingyou
'nl1ll therefore the servant of tho pub )b'df"I1.lonjt' and that advertising' can put in it is something that

lic. has reduced the waste the world has I{'i appeals to the self interest\ of the Men's Palm Beach Suits, Genuine, the light
Creating Confidence.One always experienced' through buying readers. $$5 50
of the first essential characteristics goods that do not serve as they (1 Six'th.-He brief.- Don't try to tan shade, London shrunk, per suit i
\ of a good servant if he is to | should, for there is a diminishing I crowd all the reading mutter possible -
have the confidence! of his master is market for shoddy l things.' I into the space you pay for, so as
that he shall deserve the master's 'I And one of the greatest; of all )beneI :I to get your money's worth. '
confidence. He must be truthful andre I I I fits ,of advertising has been that it''I Seventh.-Be human. Mako your I Dark Gray Palm Beach Suits, ground with QO CJA
I must be square. has I brought the price of almost count I advertisements as alive and warm us ;
I I1\ But that is not all. He must be efficient -:I less publications) within reach of the I I you can. Don't be too cold and pre- silver gray pin dotted mixture . )U.
I an( practical., lie must not : poor as well as the rich. Thus indi- cise.
\ waste that which is entrusted to his I recetly it has brought to.all of America Jo:Eighth.Tell the truth. When customers ,
,. care lie must have thrift and judgment the writings, the thoughts, of the I ", come to your tore do a little

and serve his master with brightest minds of the age. dt has ; more for U""m'than you said youwauld Panama Hats 'for ladies l only 98c
M. thoughtful care and speedily. I I brought the poor man his picture gallery I in your announcement. .
Advertising, the: public servant, for in the advertising spaces Ninth.-It is the duty of all honest ,
must not be used to bring the mind and in editorial (" the greatest :I concerns to advertise. That is 4
of its muster, the public, things which : artists enrich our knowledge of the best way to crowd out fakers. .
will be hurtful or useless to the pub- things beautiful. It has helped to I Tenth.-Advertising! is necessaryto
lie democratize education. all forms of business which, appeal Ladies' Wash-Skirts 49c to $L50

In the olden days kings employed I The Public to Be Taught to the public. colors

( cupbearers to avoid the poison cup.I II And? so I might go on and on, but I The newspaper Is the street that
I f In those days the servant who the real point is that we are runs' through the minds of the community :
I brought an evil cup into the presence ing to tell the public in the 1'1'01'08-1 biggest Youi" nameplate ought to be
'of the king was condemned. lie campaign the world has. ever known I on that street.;. !
a was no longer:, allowed to se'rve. So what '" 'DO11a114tfl1t'StQi'e"TL !
just advertising-is,, and just! .
j "''" '" ,, . His'
; :' nowadays public education has. be* what it has done and'Just what it iscapable'otldoing ;I Experience. '" I :
'" '., 'A'omethe cupbearetyi" ;. I'hocoming ""public1, U '' \' !. '" ',,. ::, .;";,. 11.1. ." ',/ .
I ', 'more and more1\'discriminating ; f 'andtiwill:! do.j} ,'il&wJWeareYgroingHovnake' \. ''H "VVel want&t someone 38 to / .. 'Geo "
the "iC"
: public sans' explained the movie W. .
\ Play.lsani'l Company Prop.
) and woe be unto 'urif'we permit understand better what advertisingis I "Do you think you could L ,
advertising to serve evil causes. and in doing that we are going to tetnulr;?" ....-
And what would you think of aservant set some paces for advertisers that I "Can ,I ? Well, I've been" a hal'l'1 ',l'!
man fe eleven
whose appearance or whose I will help advertising, and that will
upeech was so offensive to the master .
give some doubting Thomases in tho -- .. -
that he was displeased I or even |advertising( business a little more I IV< ..
nauseated, and you know I refer to '
i faith and a little more backbone toj
some types of. medical advertising!j Ito v.'l'at/ the" believe is ii'.:ht. W.
when I ,say I that. And I may add, i( arc: going to niakiit a litt'e: harder'for
that I )believe the truthful aulvcrtih-< .; :
| f I the man who abuses ildvell'itrg''
ing of a good l remedy i is a proper even in a ,slight di'gre.Hefort :
thing my nr.'dical} friends" to I the contrary - : :; : : ;
Wiaie through with this
notwithstanding.Advertising . eampitign-and Ipy "we"of course I II Ii r 'T' :
this servant of the ]i mean you anil all other forward look- 'T'c I ,
public, has indeed in some sections i: tllg advei Using men everywherei .
had 1 many' of lh.M> faults and in a i .' arcgoing: to disabuse, the puhh.Ituii'd .- : :
few sections, all ,;'f Uw n. Sadly, with: of several things which appear \ : "
::2111 the progress" ale making tend) 'i to have been In I the way of the best rlr (riK .
have made, there ur:> still advertisers -sillsued of ,,' .
I'I"| < advertising.And } 1t
who waste t their advertising, . '
so 1 -.ay that the public as iti 1'
r \ i'l some. of these ,respects. and) grow" < mole. and more familiar vvilli! . r3 si Did lLf slLf
so I bring, the it\"1'ulgc isefulness of i' .I* -ei'v.'inj, , snivel\ tusmgilf like,tint .
th.s -r\ant: .l. \Mi lo a lower planJiul -. .
-Ii\ I btt -'r and Letter, will II'- I T I I'I
:\ we sue .nOilting,, anil I J"\e in it moie, and more, will employ i i i
we have nit: ,li. enough; progress, 'nowso it inoi e irid 111"" 0
tb. < wi l bi brie, the ,public, \ in, its,( \Vc. . I be, ,
m ally 111111.1.11..1 evri \ 'itriil.Miit ?_
lulu ,.imild, .do its part to enable tltis I : t" the. ,'i 1 il tint, ad\eit-ing Its I, .' 'I rI2 1
gloat: :-eivant, to d I. 1r11]| nun > good. ....'., < ,,
'ip to a Illlt1y mipio-' g ti\; ; ;iii
Tile ma, (lir" if tinMMvaiit i is to 'u'' l l. that it i '.\..II worthy "f t Ih. I+
,10! the ,li .l! he can, must, 1 do his sirire.The ."'iiwintf, roi-lidence, II*- ni.i,l -i. \ :iiiiiblic '
( in: .ter;, nni-I t kiow i t the' good servant i is I cutting in it. + i o i
'aid giy bun a fair opportunity - y y{ .}rf t..K' -- -., -
to seie, f I Idvrtising I II! 1C AM: 1"1 IS :SIKH> UAVEVAKM : -
\ Advertising.! \ : WEATHER: :
So ear ftie pioposing through the "m uumnt nnmw ".
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great campaign: I I to\, advertise. advertising "Tin peanut, is I tin1 rhibl of the ///////// 1/ /a/a /1 1 /
. to let'the fiuhl" sun," says' (I. I K. Mctjuarric, of thr1'invcisity H
lliis, mighty: force. in economical distribution I 1 i.f Flin ida Kxtension: |Ili)i wiYw
has done :and can do, so that vision.. Aci-ordmgly, .l II'. McJuarriest (
the" public will in its turn t give- its t'e.w s the mipoitance, of it" plant _
nvrva'it. iidvvitising/ a still larger ,.in.(: for hot hilt( <' bunch and t h.. late _
ri opportunity. to help supply. it with t unlll"p'U; 1'11",.. Successful growlers -
)loiter, goods and. services. for still less i: usually follow some winter" vover ,,
mane,. 'crop, .such sis outs, rye or rape, with ,,
We have been striving earnestly to 'I peanuts. It is also a good practice to I
make advertising better and more I follow an early spring truck crop I
useful, and I believe we have done so with peanuts. June ns usually a good .G Z.1IOTELON l =
well that on the? whole it has made season for planting, as the ground is
even greater and more intelligent then warm and moist. Then, too, the LAKE TOHOPEKALIGA
::-a progress than other departments of plants are in full vigor through the KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
business. rainy, hot season, a suitable conditionfor
., -1 Perhaps you have heard 'the comment the peanut. This season is followed IIEADQUARTERS STATE PRESS .ASSOCIATION
i of Joseph E. Davies, chairman by a dry period in September, 3
.f the feederal trade commission, which affords good harvesting weather APRIL 13. 14 AND 15TH. 1016
during the great Chicago convention just when they.are'ready. .
-+f' at the Associated Advertising Clubs, I'O.. C. PIERCE, ManagerII >
that advertising men are doing voluntarily The most effccttY novelties amng T
, from within what the federal neckwear ar on the stock and turnover .
trade otnmiMion was undertaking to order. II It.. -...". 1t.J'II' It.. -A____ IQ, At It.. _... It.. It.. A A It.. It.."" It.. A It.. AIt... A It.. -_.___ -_....- It..n-.

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' t't 'L. M. WH1DDEN!
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oven varieties
t There are fifty-seven vertislng expense of his customers.,
of reasons why the gentle art of managing Cut he will keep! behind his advertising '

a newspaper lathe greatest In. manager diligentlY.rwith'suintell| "

door' sport invented up-to-date tions to customers Jones, Smith and '

pne'of '""t.he. most Interesting elements Drown as. to how and when to adver- . ; 'Is' CandidateFOR .

of the game is "that part, injected i tfse their businesses.' The same prudent a ,

i by'' ; .
lieve they can run a newspaper and r
A7 3itr his customers get service-not. mere.

l please every reader -advertiser 4 ly an' advertisement? somewhere the ,...
a all the time Which every newspaperman J, paper, indifferently composed, and ---- 3

knows cannot. bo done. i carelessly'placed. And S9, will the w j.j.I a
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The truly born newspaper manager' ,, prudent .manager see that':Aha customer I "

1 listens, attentively, however. .to all 1 i advertising sporting Broods !

suggestions, .for it may b4., a suggestion does not find his advertisement. on the 'r, .
worth while will come' even society page but will find it on the : '"
from a hoi BO' doctor.-one can never ",1 sporting page, where it belongs. At-

tell. I tention1 to such details I is appreciatedby ,It SHERIFF :

For'instance-my, little girl nuked the average advertiser It is j .

me one night why a certain neighbor' a natural for the advertisers tq want) I :?

did not get our puper. I had been I' grandstand Heats as regards position ''i= I

taking it for granted the! neighbor;' ,J I' of his advertisements, for the price '

was a devoted reader of tho paper, i : .,/ of bleacher. space j

At any rate the suggestion of the j 'A I A business!; man naturally"wants: .

.f child took mo to tho neighbor's I place I OSCAR CONKLIN hii" advertisement placed where he believes -I i'i'O I -J5.

jt: of busintsj the next day, and the I it will attract the most attention FOsceola "
The matter of extra change =
house subscription .tollow d. Neigh plain the matter of selling routes to an" I i
1. bor was getting the paper at his office newxboys. A readur is charged tenrents for special\ position is distasteful to

but friend wife was deprived of forXhe the advertiser and a constant source '
i a Week paper, the of- II
life's greatest: joy until my child, j I lice charges t /boy six cents and of discomfort to the publisher. The County

perhaps noting the Mank, forlorn ex- the boy gets f the remaining four manager who makes the most moneyon 'L

t preanion of neighlior'H wife, called< )leaves no stone unturned to give every r
attention to the calamity.
. I turners he pays $(".00 per week to the II

Subscriptions are ,,built up by ones,j i office and keeps ".00. It is up to customer the best possible serv! He has been n resident of this county for sixteen years, :
ice. A Is in his
, not dozens and the amount of detail! l the boy to collect the amount due thejHiilfire 'manager standing

: ('onnet'ted'with the: work of building;:: before he realizes anything for own light if he does not make good x: has served one term as supervisor of registration and two 'i

t up a subscription hut isi| always ret any just complaint on the part of an -
himself and the boy digs
average terms member of the city council of Kissimmee.
, warded. advertiser. For example, customer I as a ,,'
j every Saturday to pay his bill and
The first thing Jones expressed a desire to have his x.,
very a newspaper
get his share. In handling the routes
seeks Is a subscription list. And after || in this manner tb.e office Is protected: advertisement placed at the top of aJpjige. I If elected to the office he seeks, he promises to devote :

getting healthy it should be Instructions were so entered 'i
t a one ,
I A very small percentage of neWspaper his entire time office and enforce the laws with absolute
1 nouriahed and cared for as a sick readers Will beat a newsboy on the service card, but the makeupman to the to ?)
did not "catch" that of the
child. of his and in part I impartiality. .
out money, many cases I .
c The matter of service !Is an all inj- where the customer does beat the card, and the advertisement appeared -
. at or near the bottom of the .
portent one. Nothing makes a reader page.
boy the office should, after determining -
.4 forget hi. religious training more The born manager seeing the mistake -
that every effort is made to collect -
hi-, than a trip to the front porch to get i by the boy, pay his losses. That will telephone / customer Jones VOTE FOR j

., the morning paper and find nothing inspires confidence in the boy, and he and call his attention to the

h but the bottle of milk left by the milk I will feel more like getting up at four sight, not waiting for Jones to over-I ,"
man. His temper is no less disturbed a kick. The manager will offer
o'clock\ in the morning to serve for
f to find that the boy has "delivered' I the advertisement the next day .
the paper that will not let him lose. with.I I
t h 10" the paper about eighteen yard. north There are still some people in the out charge. Jones will

east of the front porch. No man who and at the same time he will very
world who entertain the thought thata L
t has any respect for his ancestors, newspaper's existence depends upon likely feel that he is getting double I

A rapes to walk eighteen yards out into its subscription rec, lpts. They feel service. Let him feel that wayitwill

the world all by himself and a suit the ten cents not hurt the paper and he may ;
when they pay boy a I
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of pajama assume that he can afford to take a
week they are large contributors to
Therefore, a competent circulation box of bonbons home to his own wifethat *f
the upkeep of the paper. They do .
manager will insist upon the very not realize that the advertising end I I I night, on what he has saved or I (Paid Advertisement)

t best service from the delivery boy. of the business is the newspaper's made on the extra run of his.copy. < < -C"e- OOUoOooOoOOHOMO totHOOtoOOHOOOOOtooooo.u... P

\ And a reasonable manager will al slack in trade. They think spaoa ina I The successful newspaper manager I oOooOooOooo.o oOoOooooo ooooooO OoOooo .oooooooooooo.oo oo.oo000000.. ;
. ways reward good work\? and assess. a must have a well perfected accounting
paper is sold at about the same ,."
Z: tine for 'Jack of service. It is a very system in every department. --- .. --, , ,- '
price as subscriptions, $5.00 a year, - --
1.4 il. good plan to reward each. month, all or thereabout. When one of these i Brief, concise daily reports and some 1

f carriers who have ,not more than five unthinking persons comes to the of- simple, though sufficient, record .kept

"!dck." or complaints On service registered of every transaction. The manager .
fice and wants a five inch double column '
f against them., And. likewise, advertisement, he throws down should know soon after the end of ;;".
it la equally reasonable to fine. each each month, exactly where the paper
twenty-five cents and expects some
boy one_ cent' for each kick, if more change. When you tell him the advertisement stands in profits or losses, volume of .
than five are entered during the business, increase or decrease in subscriptions ,
will cost ,him $2.50 he
' month. If a subscriber reports ""0. either faints tho l collections, etc:, and have .I't'
I of/flings.back re.
, paper* messenger should .be Dispatched comparisons with the same months h
mark he
that does not want to buy C.
at once with a'copy,and the the .whole .paper.Nevertheless .: ; . for years past,": The' manager'. with B. GWYNN p'".. ,

.. reader assured that every 'endeavorwill space is the only ar- his finger on the pulse of. the paper

be made to insure prompt and ticle on the newspaper's shelf for each day, knows fairly well how the r nr

regular delivery. And the circulation paper has prospered, even before the I < ,
sale. Advertisers are more or less It
manager must see to it that the monthly statement of business has .:
like school schildren, and the major- 1.
promise. is kept. been placed on his desk. The man-
ity of them finally graduate. They '
The circulation manager should Investigate ager who disregards this very essential -
first endeavor to dictate rates. If
in *-3)niert ii MB !1'- cf duty Is
r ,every "stop, for many they ale handled with diplomacy and Candidate
instances the "stop" is the result of tact, they finally' realize that the ver like. a blind pilot ot a steamboat or.
He is! bound to hit the rocks w
poor service. Time and 'trouble publisher knows his own business, some s
should not be spared to get the reader day.In. ( Iptt '
and if they
want apace, they must Ii 'i
ir tack into the fold the rate. many newspapers, the business 't .:J.

Newspaper boys are regular boys, pay Some advertisers office and the editorial office have a '"
suggest a con
y rule and hard tim getting along without friction. i
fcs a general no man capable tract rate. This matter of contract

,, of managing a paper expects diplomacy making is up to the publisher. After The business office is the .son-
-t. in-law and the editorial office the B Comptroller
and business to
> tact, judgment handling the matter in both ways, I .
* be 'the boy's predominating traits,, have found that a contract is, moreor mother-in-law or vice versa. But this

K Nevertheless,. most boys who are will- less, a scrap of paper. For instance condition is fast becoming a relic of ,

V ins,to get up at four o'clock in the customer memory. t
a suggests entering
morning and deliver a route of pa- a contract to use five thousand inches Newspaper today are paying more ""A
attention to what the people want. _
before breakfast
i are pretty
within one year. lie gets a rate, .J
\\ Pgood They are dropping out of the line of
boys and good service on their which la a little lower per inch than
part is praiseworthy. The thought that they can mould public I
manager that,given to the man who uses only
should never forget to reward it. opinion to any great degree. The '
thousand Inches Five
'f, Words of praise are all right,but they Thousand. Contractor a year.uses about Mr. one public is moulding\ its own opinionand .Through. actual experience in long 'j
the newspaper is following the
should be backed
up'wiah something
f thousand inches in six months, and
'A ,the boy can ueo: to buy a look at the finds he is unable, for good and sufficient crowd.. The people want news, un- service in three different Departments
: movies in while add to his The public does not particu- ;
once a or reasons: to fulfill his contract.He ..
i i' savings bank account feels like going home the back larly care what the editor thinks. of the State '
:. There are only a few editors living Government he is
The revenue end of the subscription way every night, for fear he will today whose opinions are of national specially j
y department a large factor in profit meet the publisher he has deceived.Mr. .

.'i!, ?, making, although it is grossly neglected Manager. armed with equal parts their interest. People are beginning lofdo qualified to discharge the intricate .
) own thinking in all mat.tersTho
. by many publishers. Soma of tact and judgment, goes to Mr.
11"> newspaper men will call me "Willispow'ell Five Thousand Inch Contractor be- publisher of today is begin- duties of State
ning to realize that he should be the Comptroller. ;
number two" when I say a suggests that he has over bought i

I: j.. newspaper c&n make a profit on its himself. If Mr< Manager insists upon carries severest critic of his paper. If he . ,
out this his
,; white newspaper, if it takes a notion the fulfillment of the contract, Mr. program readers
will have.little to quarrel about. .The He was born and .
j to make\ money in that direction. Five Thousand Onch Contractor becomes successful minds reared on a farm
Nevertheless this statement be manager
r I peeved and the old act of J
borne facts and his own business. He lets the other ...
out by figures. Lovers once but strangers now" is follow have near Tallahassee.
,/ The leak In the subscription de- revived. It usually'results, however, the monopoly on the r
"' quarrel. He directs his energies and
partment are many. There is a way in the publisher doing the charitable
' applies his time and attention to his .
of preventing all leaks. If publishers thing. '

will sell the route to the, newsboys, This unpleasant feature can' be own paper, and lets his competitor do He promises, if elected .
the same. He gives attention to his prompt .
,f Insist upon cash in advance from all eliminated by applying one rate toLl ,
mail subscribers, closely guard competitors .paper only along the line courteous and
advertisers who the
patronize paper impartial
keeping nil finger'on the service.
'ta' .against over printing issues, and be"tightwads" whenever they feel so. disposed.It pulse.If
in the raattsr of allow the manager of a newspaper
T is just as unreasonable for* news- would
,ing return from newsdealers, they paper man to.try,to sell a' customermore 'successful 'he must inspireloyalty

.will. bay a pleasant surprise at the space than he needs as'it is fora in his paper's force, from the .
'end of the when they arrive at devil to the back door. He must be
year clothing merchant to ""to sell '
try a
th*' amount received from pubscripi \ man five. suits of.clothes, when mindful of the importance of' th. He Will Warmly
i one friendship ; Appreciate
loyal, jpf subscribers' and Your
tiaos'and _sales and tompari it with suit is' all his 'need'dem ncs'and the* xi Support
,tt; )' cost of whit 'paper. with the advertising patrons and never forget
E !taw requires': Advertisers:as._a1!ee rt- ht. ,.
,,1, freight added. It is well;at this time, eral rule, bow how much' they cajff th&,;) same loyalfriehdsblpis.his; in the Democratic : ,t -
tyo, to'conserve.waste. paper, ,for' the spend in a 'year for.. advertising spacein ,newspaper's life! F y k Primary ... !

;.,, 'market1 whiU newspaper is gojng 'a n..paper ".The"prudent man? ,'The Peerless1 Oil cowpony of Washington t, tf. . ;.-
,tJII,,.,with''little Indication of going alter or publisher will not use meth- ,, D. C., Is owned and controlled V.I f I've I".Dt a. _. ;'j ..

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) AMUL i*,:im.. THE ICISSI. lIE' \/ALLET'GAZET.TE: .. tAt GI,*-3: Cl'lOlf'*1

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V CANDIDATE ,FOR U.S. SENATE ' By. W. L.) Straub' .St., Petenburf. Time

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What can I-say about "Newspapersand

';' A Floridian 'Who Believes In Florida Good Roads" that everyone, reader -
as well as editor,, does not know?

A Student Of Government Not A Anything that is "good" is a good
thing to have, and everybody expects
"** Professional Politician Or Habitual > a newspaper to be.foremost in boost.
,:., Inar ,for anything that.Is good for Its

Office Seeker. ; community, county, sLate 'and country
J. 4'.;; .. --which it almost ,always' does. .
,plplerof A's to'whether.t certain thing will
liit, be good for: ,community, county i
it'- Perry G. Wall, of Tampa, candidate ] the United. States any longer to whether its vantages sufficiently
: ,for the United States Senate is mak, I''''neglect to" prepare to protect 'their outweigh the cost and other disadvantages -
i w, I national honor, and. dignity.'I ':
it worthwhile
to make really
Inj'a campaign that U exciting the J.;
wonder expert politicians, 'and the "I am opposed to national prohibition is' in most'cases at least open ",'.l
because believe in the right of to argument, and therefore'a reason-
.. respect and admiration of the aver the people'of the different States to able doubt may be entertained or pre I

ago citizen., govern themselves in all matters tended. But not so good roads. Thereis c

Mr. Wall is speaking several times wherein it can be done' by them in a no ,room argument: or doubt or ;

each day and, in each section he has practical way. pretense. Good roads circulation is f .
"I believe in legislation that will, as necessary to the industrial healthof k'
visited thus far in his campaign, he '
,'promote the cause' of' temperance, any community as good blood circulation "fj i
has found the people responsive tot I I and believe in the principle of prohibition is to the physical health of X-It.

the" principles ho .advocates and the !j jthings I when locally applied and sustained . its people'and therefore a newspaper I
he .herepresents' hl I. race for by public opinion. Therefore, cannot truly serve'the best interests i W. L. STRAUBand
I .will favor and work for Federal of its city, county and state ifit .
the Senate. I I legislation that will, enable the dif does not boost for good roads* I now are building a complete system -
'\ :: Mr. Walt believes that the affairs ferent States to control tho delivery The newspaper, however* Is subject' of trifled brick roads. Of

'' 4)f. government are big enough. and'I lot' alcoholic liquors within their own ,PERRY G. WALL EXTENDS illS CORDIAL GREETINGS TO THE to the same embarrassment.-and;\ course, there may be other and less'

,important enough to. call for the service borders."I REPRESENTATIVES OF THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSEMBLED IN harrassmeht other goodroads costly permanent roads than brick w,
of .men of large calibre and wide I am opposed to the Federal gov- KISSIMMEE IN ANNUAL CONVENTION. HE RECOGNIZES THE boosters, the question of what Kind but none that we felt as much confidence ;
.. ernment issuing licenses in any terri- ; in; and we feel wo made no
business experience
wherein the in local editor mistake, even if at future Urn
men who have, no other occupation tion election have declared 'againstthe FULLY UP TO TilE HIGHEST IDEALS OF THIS WONDERFUL PRO- that decide such things. My own some other maybe found equally as

than politics and who are- in politics sale of liquor FESSION. HE HOPES BEFORE TilE SENATORIAL CAMPAIGN IS view is that here in Florida a news good.My
merely for what there it in it for "I am also in favor of the Federal OVER TO MEET PERSONALLY AND KNOW PERSONALLY EVERY paper should boost for any good roads idea is, build good roads; and .'
,them. Government not issuing a license to NEWSPAPER MAN IN THE STATE. HE CAN ASK NO HIGHER proposition submitted-if the officials If we do not build the best at fist, '

.b Since he entered the race he has ,any individual for the sale of liquors COMPLIMENT THAN THEIR GOOD WILL AND ESTEEM. who will handle the work are trust experience will make us 'build them ,:
'in any territory until said individual worthy. Mistakes: may be made -the later, and-the experionce is therefore
numbers - - -
won to his support large has first obtained a license from the best kind of roads may not be builtat worth the cost. And the newspaper
ctiizens who believe as he does that legally constituted local authorities. swamps of the Everglades. They would come here next winter with first-but if so the people will .soon should boost everlastingly' for good*',
Florida should have Its ablest and (11 "This is a government of the peo- servefl again under the Stars and him when' they heard his report of realize it, and next; time insist upon roads-for the best within reach, but

best men as its representatives at ple, and in order to be efficient, the Bars, and marched away and fought the short time he stopped here. the better, even at; a first cost they for good roads anyhow. '
these position people themselves must be efficient, for too Nation that fell. Yea, and Mr. Reed, like all other visitors, themselves had not favored before;
and !
Washington and efficiency can only be acquired they served again through the nightof declared that Lake Tohopekaliga was and in my opinion almost any mistakein A regular boat schedule has been
have become too great and too Im- by organization and cooperation.My .- carpet-bag and negro rule, and the city's greatest asset and that if the -building of good roads U in inaugurated between Estero and Fort

portant to be filled by professional general theory is that all lines thank God they lived to see the night the 'people would but awake to the the long run infinitely less hurtful or Myers, and already quite a large voJiime -

politicians. of industrial, commercial, and professional pass away and tho bright sun of peace fact and build a bulkhead and boulevard regrettable to a community than of business Is being handled<< in

Perry G. Wall has pronouncedviews life should: be orgai.izcd, such and happiness shin again over the around Its shores this would be- building none at all. both freight and passengers.

of th* as the farmers, laboring men, merchants State of Florida, and as they served, come the greatest winter 'resort I.lj. Hero in Peerless Pinellas I think
on the grave questions 1 manufacturers, bankers, lawyers true and loyal men, so have I served, central Florida. we ran the gamut of road experience.We NUMBER 40 FOR THE BLOOH : 1
day and.he gives them publicity, unreservedly doctors, eta, etc. These organizations doing the work that was at hand to tried it for years without any
and unequivocally, in his i must not be solely for the be done, and so will I ever serve- Osceola county truck growers are roads at all-until everybody pretty "I j
r. Expel. scrofulous humors from th .
platform. No man can :cad this'plat purpose of protecting their special interests serve you, as a citizen, or servo you considering the launching of a move- thoroughly learned that the cost of no blood, which r J a
form without being Impressed with but for the education and cooperation as An officer, a true son of my fathers, ment for a county fair, and it is prob: roads was insupportable. Then we I rheumatism cause constipation ,malaria , ,
-r not only ,among the mem- a true son of the State of Florida" able that definite steps with that end built quite a lot of roads, but we I Bores, ulcers, pimplea .
declarations and with the sincerity etc. Get'lt'at Osceola Pharmacy
; Its bership, but each organization should (Paid Advertisement) in view will be taken soon...-Fort didn't feel like digging up the cost
jof the man who makes them. cooperate with other organizationsof Pierce News. of the best and so took "something on a guarantee to satisfy.Qutabw ,I. ;

Perry Walls Platform. a similar nature thereby creating cheaper"-and soon we learned WWWr WW t'
HEAVY REGISTRATION as The That Dan Not Aftet Tks ..., (
Following is the platform which community organizations; such as Work is progressing rapidly on thoroughly that their cost was too necau.e of III tonic and laxative.1Ieet. LAX4o-

.. Mr. Wall announced when he entered Boards of Trade, Chambers of Commerce Lakeland's $20,000 hospital owned by great for good business results. And viva QeinIS..Sd BaOMO doe QI1JNJNJlIe not ca..belt. rtha.ordlaarr --
and other civic bodies. RESULTS IN ST. CLOUDWhen that. city. then we got down to brass tacks; I .*.. la head. Remember the full ...*.and mot '
the race for the Senate and he sub- took lot the ala atar* a< B. W. OR0VJC. ts.. \'

mits to the .intelligent consideration through"The 'public and in officials harmony should with these work ____ _ .--L.-' _____ .__ ___ ._ __ 1'1'
of Florida: the registrationbooks closedin '"II ... -... -... .... -... ... ...-... ... -... .. .. ---
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of the Democratic voter industrial and civic organizations', the precincts last Monday there 610- 1IWIr" v1t. ".-. 610- ,*- .,- ,y- ,11""_ .. 11""_ ... &
Platform. casting aside the old practice
"1 have always been a Democrat, Ing with political machinery ud professional1 Democratic, voters. Every precinct .
) and' sincerely believe in politicjans. 'The broad issue, showed some increaser but St. Cloud '
a 0c.raUi
s;: p.3 ,
: I understand .J
AI is whether, not "
L: .",4 principle' Ijt -.;;,':::|,. i. a ) cabelieve . tho people wish tot continue to be 'precinct.. The showedthe.books will, greatest.remain open gain attheoffleo ofany. '.'

&. lathe DemocraUtheory! governed by.political machines and : V >} <";? .W'ELL'
? (. I ( ,, of C..W",GriIAn, supervisor ;
..t ; of >the tariff,-and all patties agree professional politicians, or by the ma-, of registration- as"'required 'by, "'law &?> kH;\ ;. .
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''; be levied ; l luxuries chlnery of their; commercial indus-- "
w4t that a tariff should ; until May' let.

t and most of the products of er trial they and should civic'organl have a atlon4-'beth.1 I I According to the registration books

Florida such as citrus fruit, pine professional politicians, or businessmen as turned over to Supervisor Griffin
thereo-are now 601 Democratic voters A CANDIDATE FOR ;
I' apples, tobaco and cigars, are luxur- who have a thorough knowledge registered in. St. Cloud.

les, and there" should be a tariff on of and sympathy for the. every day Speaking of this increase the St. REELECTIONAS
needs of
them which would be justice, to the I the'peoplel"Mr. Cloud Tribune says: -

I' producer and work no hardship on the I Monday the registration books
Ii:. Wall, while making no pre- closed, and Registrar S. W. Porter
:.... consumer."I tentions to oratory,. has received the ,reports that there were five hundred
believe in a permanent non-par- most interested attention at every I and' one names in the Democratic

tisan tariff commission, for the purpose point he has spoken and his hearers column, while from all !other sources .

of putting the tariff question on. have recognized In him a man of Republicans, ,Independent, progressive .
: a business basis. 'I''' great earnestness of purpose and of and Prohibition-there were SUPERINTENDENT OFPUBLICINSTRUCTI.ON
sound business sense-the sort of n only ono hundred and seventy-eight,
"I believe In the further development ;
man Florida needs at Washington.Perry ''making six hundred and seventy-
and extension of_ our regional Wall is a good citizen: and. he nine names on the roll.

'tanks, so' as to give, to the countrythe : will make a good Senator. I Two years ago there were but one

greatest possibly; local financial The following extrtfcte from Mr. 'hundred Democrats living here, and

independence, and I am especially interested Wall's speeches will give an idea of j this remarkable increase of four hun }rp
their general tenor and of the viewswhich dred and one is due to tho fact that
in the development of a system -
he expresses on, the stump: our people have decided that as Flor-
a of rural credits, which will en- EXTRACTS 'till
-II ida would be their abiding place
able our farmers to obtain capital on "This is a business government. the end of the row was reached they H

the most favorable terms for developing Its broad problems are tariff, taxa-, desired tb play their full part in the p .

their farms and marketing their tion, finance, banking, transportationand I naming of the men who govern our I OFOSCEOLA
education-- all business problemsand : county and state, and to that end
products ,
I more business men aro neededin have enrolled in the Democratic col
I believe in the development of our the solution and handling of these I umn. COUNTY ',

harbors and internal waterways, and problems, especially in the 1 legislative! The voters of St. Cloud, as a rule,
in the Government supplementing the bodies of the country." are men of mature years, and have -
work of the States in the developmentof . I I been through'' the political mill so His record is one of which every voter .
"Measure the candidaU.ii for the often that they ore thoroughly capa- 4
first-class roads system.
a good
Senate by the standard of these gen- ble of separating the wheat fro m the in the county should be proud. .
The Federal Government controls ,
eral qualifications--honesty, ability, 1 chaff, therefore, when they desire to
inter-state commerce, and I believeit public-spiritedncsB, practical cast their votes for a man for office His : -'
is of the greatest im'portanse to edge of the everyday needs knoft"1 the public can rest assured That they Motto
have Federal legislation whereby our people, knowledge<> ""the great prob- have completely dissected him and

people will be protected from fraud lems of government, knowledge of the found him capable and square on all -
in the sale of their products by commission 'special industries of Florida and influence four sides.POLICE. EFFICIENCY AND ECONOMY
?ep mend and with that end in outside the state. I stand J fort

view, believe that all the commission } men engaged in inter-state commerce, in this race." COMMISSIONER t
should be required to keep a detailed I
t" record of sales, and to whom made; "I claim that the people have the OF NEWARK LIKES CITY VOTE I FORv r

.1. this record to 1>e' furnished the ship ability; to govern themselves!' and the fH
per upon demand, and failure to fur- plan, which I propose .is to discard

t nlsh such detailed information upon professional politicians and, political J. L. Reed, police commissioner'of
demand to subject ,the commission machines-to bring your industrial Newark. N. J., who has spent some

. men to criminal proeeettion.t Ufo! : in closer touch with youc: political tint! Y.?siting Kiaslmmee. left this H >, 1
"1 believe that the Government Ufa.
; ? week for his b me. O.
: "should use every effort to help,ellml, ' Commissioner( eed'was"well" pleased
-f- :gate all, peste and ,.diseases'. ; dostruc'tiv "'I have served u"pay: peop1s:have 'With}' KlulbuDee' and says that he
,:'; to our livestock agricultural, l always: served. They*served'" under will retjjnv next winter and bring Ms '"
and. horticultural products. '* f \ the Stars; and Stripes, and heard the family.with him.,' 1 lie intends to purchase .

."All government was originally-C oC -- crock, of the Seminole JndlaD' rUle, property and build a winter ., ,,' ..
;" :i caDIaed, for,the purpose of the pro- and his wild war-whoop ring through home here He ,was 80.well pleased r

,,' ,teetlon of.I to-citizens, aDdI/consider The wooda.ofFiorwand'they: helped with.the; "city that .heRtated'that.hebelieve ; ..(.Pall" AdverU..meat, ), ,L. t

': that.It.would! be. 'erl nlnal,for'the peo- ,to drive: him back,.to ;the" cypress } three'""or' four other families . t eM
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s. ;f.)S By JOHN W SIDLE, Birmingham, Ala., In' Manufacturer's Record.' I .

Some, impressions. of my tour of On my recent visit I found that the Leo!} county, Cn( which Tallahassee
4 Florida during'the- past month in,the wholesale houses I In :Tampa: ,ire self-Is located, will shortly let contract .. "
Interest of permanent highways maybe lag goods in. large motor trucks to ,for $200,000 of highways.. Y
of interest to other sections work. the outlying towns in the county and Lake,,county is building $100,000of
Ing for rood road.. the traffic had grown tao. that trailers sand-asphalt roads, and others are
The thing that b most were attached. The country'merchant agitating bond issues. p
forcefully was the splendid spirit of could 'pho e ble' order 'In' the morning t never saw a state BO oh tire with . '
'co-operation on Pie.part of all classes to the jobber at' Tampa and get the good-roads spirit "as> Florida.
of citizens In'the' various counties. of his goods delivered at his store that Of course, all over the South the 4
the state, in putting through bond is-: afternoon. question of good roads is a mat.ter.of of
sues to provide highways: to serve the 'We' building. of the pikes has keen interest and public'discussion, "
future as well as the present genera'tion. caused the automobile business to but none of her sister states-has :yet
s' It is a matter for great commendation flourish, and some afternoons almosta grasped, like Florida, the.' true con
that the leaders -in! the continuous cavalcade I., seen. I rode clusion that. permanency should be ,1L-
'I' ,various communities had the courage from Tampa to Plant City and back and Is the keynote of all construction,
art well as wisdom and foresight to one afternoon, and was delighted at .and that, building well at the outset
'make, their plans on a' scale that the entire absence of dust, as '1. did means economy in the long run.
would stagger some of our older and not need the whisk brooch treatment. In Florida's case, as, :you have had j i -
more densely populated sections of at all. i occasion to; observe, ft is already I j ,
the South, and the .example' which Following closely on the heels of meaning large financial returns in the ,
Florida'.has set should not only be Ilillsboro came Orange county, with Influx of tourists in greater numbersand t 'II 'I- j.
r- emulated all over the South, but Orlando as'the central'point, with a the bringing of cars with them! j ''sJ5idL' .
,w; should cause eons of our larger centers $700,000 bond,iSHue and the construction from all sections As an example, I I ,
a to ponder the situation carefully of: 75 miles of as fine brick highways noticed in Daytona automobiles from I .' i .
i'y; and bestir themselves,, or they will as can be found anywhere in Maine, New York, South Dakota, | 1'1
', be outstripped beyon _.Jbe hope of i America Through, this county the Michigan, lillinois]) Indiana, \ iscon- J.
i overtaking by these hustling and pat- i bin and many other far northern and i!
Dixie Highway extends for 42 miles, .r:
riotic Floridians. a solid ribbon of brick, and Onccola western states: The coming of tourists :::: :i K y w
word In Some nix the location of desirable ., .
A retrospect. means many t
county has extended it three milesto I J, : I
years ago Duvul county, of which the town of Kissimmee. citizens and capital for the development .t 5t .
Jacksonville is the county neat, began ) of the country. ,
Almost coincident with
r to agitate the question of building Orangecognty The Manufacturers Record has ,I .
the of by ,Lfg
dependable highways, with the usual was voting $750,000 played no small part in this work by ; :
k opposition from the chronic pessimists St. Johns' county, and the connectingwith its constant preaching of the doctrine .
Duval of the Dixie
that infest; every community. county part of !good roads, and I know these facts 'ojo >
w The county commissioners put I Highway, taking it through St. Augustine will be gratifying to you and be used | :: ..l. : ; .
to the south ,, ..z.I .
down a mile of sample highway in rn boundary, a with good effect in encouraging the ,z,
various directions from the city of total distance of 70 miles. rest of the South to look at Florida ,I, ..l.
Jacksonville. As soon as these I Largo: bond issues were voted in and take courage and go forward. I ,, .f.I
the latter part of 1915 for similar! .. 't.
fj stretches oC pavements were laid the "' ,:.
people began to appreciate the advantage -I highways'" by Putnam county, $250- SAVE ALL THE RAIN POSSIBLE j .z, 'i'c: .
of such pavement. Every 000; Seminole, $250,000, and Volusia, :
farmer for miles around who had occasion -I $1.250,000, which will fill the gap between C. K. Mc.Quarri..e!, state agent for I N
to drive over the brick paved ,, St. Johns county and Orange the University of Flordia Extension I VOTE: '
county I Division'advises farmers to save all ,II
Stretches of the different roads, such I
as King's road, the Lake City roads, I There i is a campaign on at presentin the rain that they can within the next ,,' JOSEPH H. J ESCaX1d.ic1..a.
the Lem Turner road and the Pablo Polk county for a large bond issue few months. Mr. McQuarrie thinks :
Beach road, became a firm that there is not much chance for "j
approximating $2,000,000, part of
of bonding for roads. All advocate j which will be used in connecting- plenty of rain until the rainy season. :, : e :
ments in the world would not have simmee with Plant City via Lakeland, At any rate, as long as the present :F
convinced him half as quickly as did thereby giving a brick highway 250 drouth continues moisture conservation -I : STATE ATTORNEY

this demonstration.This miles long connecting the two great should be practiced. I :
was followed by an election cities of Jacksonville and Tampa. Land should be cultivated after every SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA '
t for $1,000,000 of bonds, which car-' Pinellas county, of which St. Pet- rain. This will break the crust
ried overwhelmingly and the present ersburg and Clearwater are the prin- and prevent moisture from escaping.It <> At the Democratic Primary, June 6th, 1916
A splendid brick roads were constructed cipal cities has voted $750,000 bonds is not enough to cultivate near the I 1
Paved roads increase lad values. and let contracts for a system of plant rows and leave the middles un 4> J. .
r4 That has been proved everywhere brick highways. broken. Moisture will soon find channels :AT ( (Paid Advertisement)
; that roads have been paved, and it DeSoto county la now building through the unbroken' surface. X .......0..0000 0000.000 ','0000.0"0000000.00"00 0 0 o-O..U 0 U >>0 0 00 000.0000000OO'06"OO .
gt was demonstrated in Duval county. $200,000 worth of brick highways, The capillary 'force works horizontally -
k Other counties in Florida took notice and Manatee county is doing the as well as vertically, and can "OOOO OOOO 000 OOOOOOOOI

and agitation began in various same. transport water: : in any direction.: .
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: sections of the state for bond issues Escambia county, Pensacola coun- .
to lift the population out"of the sand ty-seat, has begun a campaign to vote Best lIe Could Do. '.. ... 1ft. ... W" '" ,. '.. ...

and mud. $1,000,000 of bonds in the fall. "The lady shot a man-"
i In 1913 Hillsboro county, of which On the East Coast Brevard and' "I can't star her on that basis," in- '
{ Tampa is the center, voted $1,000- Dade counties have vbted. about .$1- terrupted the busy manager. "After '
000 of bonds and completed last year 000,000'' of shell ,roads to be treated : I': have weeded 'out my applications
its.splendid'system.. 'ii \. by oil,'asphalt 1//penetration! met.hodl.1 bly from !lady her murderers in a eextek", Ii!"'j might', JIOs"li.:' JIM SMITH
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AND NOW FEELS BETTER Orlando, Fla., April 14.Tbe activity klns'recently.had with the traffic' of .

of the, Florida Growers A Ship facials and.. tariff*clerks as was also
Peru League, with .headquarters al a Joint check made of the vegetable a'Candidate

,- Orlando, ,Fla.,,, In, its dealings will rales'to"all markets-Vest of the Mis.slssippi '
J': "Tanlac, to my mind, i. the greats j
the railways over rate .matters, l ii river which revealed/ in* for
: eat and grandest medicine "in UMworid 1
proving a boon to the fruit'and vegetable numerable rates in exce.I', 'of wha
:t ,- ," said 0. H. Mahaffey, chief en.gineer 1}
'' interests throughout $the state, they should be. The league, handled
of the'Life I" Casualty bull '
and scarcely does,a day pass without with the Interstate Commerce,,'Commission'and
ii' Nashville, a- few, day''ago.T.l .
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some achievement In -this .reaped assisted the railroads Itobtaining
have taken'eight bottles1 h'continued .
//a : The league's tralrie"manaa-er", E. C. special permission to make Sheriff
and. have actually gained
Booking, recently'conferred with thtraffic the corrections effective on short
in and feel'
forty pound. weight, -
officials of the.'Florida lines notice.A .- "
'and better than I have I in
' stronger '
at St. Augustine, Fla., Wilmington, joint refrigeration tariff of all

!" twenty-five years. N. C., and Norfolk Va., concerning i a the Florida lines, to be issued soon,,
I aureredwit.h' :
"For two
i years large number'of important rate adjustments which will 'prove extremely advantageous of
of stomach ,
the worst kind trouble
p i on'our perishables, the result to th fruit and vegetable in.dustry -
Indigestion and fell off I in
and ,
of which Is gratifying.. The ben Is another' recent
from 210 pounds to 162. I
weight efit derived therefrom is in'eatimabJea.nd ment of the league, and aCComPJlSh.j'
am how back at 20$, which i. almost Osceolacounty
warrants the support of every publication of through rates to
'ai much as I weighed before. I was LoUII-1
grower and shipper over the state. lade and many markets p
taken sick. About six: week I
i ago .
Membership in this organization entitles development in Wyoming, Provinceof
i; got awful bad and called on the doctor one' to' submit any grievances Ontario, and other sections an r .
and he told I 'had an ulcer
over what appear'unreasonable rates, promised in the' near future. The
of the stomtach and If I was not carafvl 1'
excessive charges and damages, as league has reason 'to believe that it ,
i it might turn into cancer. lie .
well as many other matters embracedin will be successful lit securing substantial .
medicine., I didntaeem :
gave me 89010 its program, and the league's staff reductions in the cabbage '
to better and 'was He Is 35 years
get any handle them diligently and diplomatically rates soon! upon which it has been .
afraid to eat anything exceut a little I I t '
to a satisfactory conclusion. working for .almost a year.he i +, ? of HJJG H 11 d haslived
oatmeal and sweet milk, but in spite I
I Briefly, questions recently handledare negotiations are near completion, and I 33 years of
of everything I could (do, I just kept '
= as follows: ,. definite announcements are expectedat 4 that time in this
going down hill, and got weaker every .
Fruit rates from Eslero Bay and an early date:
I disheartened one county.
day. got so .
day I told my employer it looked like Imperial River landing's l reduced to The league has just received noticefrom Has 1cverileld a

'the extent of 2 1-2 to 5 1-2 cents per the Interstate Commerce Com. '
uld have to throw job. I '
{ I w up my public office.
; standard box. These are prolific sec mission of a hearing to be- had at ,
was trying to hold on though as long before c His
tions. Jacksonville, March 27th, i ? reputation as
ia' as-I could for I had a family to
support J
and I made mind that Fruit rates established to Hancock,, Commissioner Harlan, in the matter n titan and citizen
Houg-hton, and Calumet, Mich. Theseare of the Florida East Coast railway j jI is above reproach
just as long as I could drag myself I ,
around I would stick it out. I promising markets, but hereto. I charging $2.00 per car for placing on acid if elected to
or taking off loaded cars for industries V
fore could not be
developed by rpasonof
wife told what ,
"One day my me having private aiding This is this office he.promises
in the and what no rates being published. I
she had read papers,
to his
known give
about I Fruit rates established to southern commonly as "spotting
; the neighbors were saying charg-e" and the practice has already tiretitncand atten
Illinois markets such Carbondale,
as .x
to it. She
s, Tanlac, mid begged me try ,
had read about a man who had ''akcn' Murphysboro, Marion and Metropolis, been condemned by the Commissionin tion to the duties.
r I I' which have in the been the East. The actioh was-brought
to rates past '
''tl {; it, who described my case exactly, by tHe Florida Railroad Commission _; .
and he was getting lots better, but I made on Cairo combination and I I When castyour
t, you
\ exceed those to distant I pursuant to .the- requests of a number -
{i I had tried all kinds of medicines, so greatly more X'
I and the ballot in the
Chi of east coast shippers,
markets such St. Louis and
of it doing, I as
I didn't have much hope
league will present the cases of several June Primary vote
much good. Besides, my doctor cago.
me .
of its members
I rates- to Utah reduced six operating packing '
I would have to Orange 101'11. ;
had already told me
.t:, cents box, the effective date of houses on the F. E. C. Ry. at the
in order to relief per
: be operated on get
which will be announced later. Jacksonville hearing.
,; Something just told me though, it CLAY JOHNSON JR.SHERIFF
I might help me and I decided to try Fruit rates to Deadwood, S. D.. reduced CORN REPLANTING PAYS .
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Neb. 9 .
it. 12 cents; to Crawford .

i ? "After I had taken it a day or two cents, and to Washington, C. H., The fieul that dc-28 not produce as :EWC> 4

j., had to Ohio 1-2 cents box. much it loafs. It cannot ) .
I got" so hungry I just simply' corn as can,

i.: eat and I did eat and you can believe Sever 1 months ago the league produce a maximum yield if the corn. '

me or not nothing' seemed to made a systematic check of the arbitraries Is not planted. If the first 'planting ., 4.

hurt me a-particle. My wife said .to on fruit and vegetables from is not successful it should be replahted. .
me, "'Tanlac must be helping you.' shipping points to Jacksonville, which When the stand is less than (Paid AcI"U.ement

and I said, 'I guess it is from the wayI ] are used in constructing through 75 per cent it I is beat to plow the ,

am eating.' rates to the markets, and discovereda field and plant over, according to C.

"It wasn't long before those awful vast number of inacuracies detrimental K. McQuarrta, State agent for- the --- --.

pain in my stomach and thos small of to the interests along feeders the A. University of Florida Extension Di- --'It.. ... "..- .... -- .... v.... --'*-- .... v.... /I.I.V. -..-- .... ->It- .... -II.- .
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my'back began to leave me. Then I I C. Land S. A. L. vision.If .

better and all of which were called to the attention there is not stand ten after
noticed I' began to eleep a day.

I would get the morning-fuIlol of the railways, and as a result the first stalks appear, there/will B. Browne
the A. C. L. and S..A. L. have're- Jefferson
life and ready to work. The medi never:be'an)'. A longer wait may be ,
than cently reissued the basing tariffs and ; The planting
cine seemed to take hold quicker\ expensive. second'y ..
', braced taken care of the erroneous rates. should be' than the first be -
: anything 1 ever saw, and me deeper ,

fight[ up. ,:,1 am teling all my friend The tariff departments are now :auso the, top' soil has usually dried : 'A' CAND8DATE FOR

. bout Tanlac and hope. everybody.. checklne:;their through'rates against o1 the],level -.of the flrat''.planting. by .
these revised arbitraries to the base ' '" "

II," will Tanlac hear I.about sold it.exclusively" in Kisslmmee point' and 'will Make'' corresponding that time. .

changes therein at an early date. The Peninsula Telephone CompanyIs. of Florida
ti'," by J. Z. Roberson.and in St. f Justice Supreme Courtof t

Cloud by the Seminole Pharmacy- All these were gone into thoroughly busy stringing forty.-miles' of wire ,
Bee section.-
during the conference which Mr: Hos- in the Ridge
Adv. .
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..: Teachers' attention is hereby called n'1rsy, EQUIPPED- TO DISCHARGE .

t;- to the unusual and splendid opportunities + ; t

1-... offered them by the summer e JUDICIAL DU- !' '

:r.j:' school of the University of Florida, f TIES.
'. which; opens on June the 12th andcontinues (Editorials from Key West .

I' for .eight weeks. 6 Morning journal)) I
A faculty of eighteen specially well 1 '

r. w. qualified instructors will conduct this "It is with real pleasUro

$' work, which' will consist of a great I that The Journal announces:

variety of moat helpful now courses, this morninfe the candidacy<>
..r1/f Jefferson B. Brownefor ,
of t
I as welt an the regular member of the Supreme

courses heretofore given. e .1916 I Court of Fiorina. As Mr.

Teachers who give the fudd ; Browne i III a fellow.t.ownsd "'

Teachers who attend the full term man, it may
.. S is prom p*
i that this pleasure !
their present'certi.ftcat.e1l HarleyDavidsonMotorcycle ,
will have local
of. -
.. eM largely by a spirit( -
extended for one year pride. Such is not the .'

.';,; No tuition whatever is charged. is Here'WE cane. While we bellev.e "\ ,. e Qti, '
week. stickinc by a local:
;' Board and room $4 per Stat office through
For full particulars address Jno. A: and have -

.:,' Thackston, Dean of the Teachers' want an opportunity to show you this latest demonstrated thick and thin this on more r "

,"f;, College, Gainesville, Florida. Harley-Davidson. It's a beauty. Style and snap than one. occasion Justice the .po?is>- ,- a '''

.. in every line---finish without an equal. The new tion of a Supreme ouch t
THE RANGES ofsuch importance ;
l,:.. .. DO NOT Harley-Davidson shows matchless attention to tho finest detail . dignity and one requiringsuch !

." No unsightly ,)r flimsy trappings: mar the finish of'the exceptional qualifications T a f
The wild land are the farm. of that we would be compelled
finished ,
finely product. This latest::: Harley-Davidson product con-S
posterity. The man who deliberately to set aside any i
1- spells real luxury as it has never been known before. of local.priAo
''r, sets fire to the forests or prairies de. sideration ddr+
if the aspirant
"1- ,stroy. the'f legacy of his children. loyalty tQ the
Chose theHarleyDavidson not measure up
,Florida land need the organic mat.ter -we standard. c

that the decaying vegetable matter "Mr. Browne is a nat ve. '
on wild land affords. born 'Floridian; a u m
h chemist to lawyer; ranks as one of the into one of thee judicial chairs or tae supreme Mouse of
S. S. Walker, associate would fit gracefully .,
of this state, - "
Because it will give our customers the biggest motor value on legal )lights "
the University of Florida Experiment the market The machine is nojt orJy made .right but it is Forida.asidee attainments, Mr. Browne possesses to an eminent degree thhe judicial tempera-, .;
Station, Cites three phases of this his J legal interested in the proper determination of question of LaW
backed up by the strongest: and.most progressive company in has always! more
the consldera"tion ment and in his practice The of attainments, having contrib-
wasteful practice for ; at bar. lie is also a man literary -
industry. For the last f"teen'years the HarleyDavidsonMotor
: of farmers. The first Is the and Justice NttionVrGeographic Magazine Washington> D. C.. and, has written,a'very able and inter'
.. Company has been manufacturing quality motorcycles, sited to the. t "
West "
destruction organic matter men and their 1919 model represents the very,acme of perfection.That eating history of his native city, Key before the people of Florida for a public office he'has received

tioned. The other two are the destruction the Company's shipments have increased over 100% in the'JasUhrEe "Every time that _r. TiSdidatefor Railroad Commissioner, in the second primary; he carried,, t
. vote.As a '
of soil bacteria and the de. almost flattering aAa. a candidate for Governor some year ago he stood f or a prin*

forestation -Of land. Million of little ' years ia\ proofoCthemeritoitheirproduct.' :: every county In the State very except i popular at that time, but which has. since. been accepted. by a large, majority. ,1 ,
dale did not prove ', !
-t ..pine-tree are killed by,the. fires and ;Let us give. you a demonstration. at an early date. of the voterahof the State.' of'the Democratic Prwidentjal.Elector..1' ._ jf.t%\ ,

the loss to' the Mil through the c;destruction on was elected[ one in 1910.., .
There will be no obligation your parL State Bar Association ,
( the
r of organisms which ).,render "ne was Presldenftthot important cities in the State,has never had the honor of having one of

cannot be estimated. EE ''Key' Welt, most that of railroad commissioner, which Mr Browne held fromber
hAZMoI: : but
... available :: high office
... citizen elected to any fatrthat she should receive from the 'Democrats ot, the. State hearty r

KISSIMMEE, FLA. J903 to 1907.and It aeema only of her IOU who la qualified.tor the position he ...u.. t

I.I'' AGENT FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY support when abe.presents. one ; ,"
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,A great number of voters .believe this feature has caused a'great. number sideration all the second choice vote CHAiRMAN' :OF .
that they--weaken or lessen the chance of voters' to cast only a first mentioned in (2)) and, (3), as they are '
of their flnt'choice candidate by vot choice, thinking that by so doing they not to be counted, and then they must "'
tag a second choice authorized by our belped their fist choice candidate gather''B'. and: C'* second choice Board :

present primary law. more than he would had he'also voteda votes from (1)r) (4)) and (5), which County School
This U' Indicated by the fact that second choice. He is in the sane may be,tabulated,something' ;like. the "

.the official state canvass of the primary attitude as a voter ,was (under the followings .
election held In- 1914 shows that old primary law), who "didn't care .to First Second '

only a little more than half of the vote in the second primary becausethe Choice Choice froll'Total) r

voters' expressed a second choice. man he 'was supported in the first ((1)) (4)) ((6) 1 .

s Under our method of tallying and: primary was, defeated; he,* in other B .__,.214 34 26 25 299
canvassing it is impossible for a vot words, is put in the attitude of not C ___.254 66 25 24' 869 Y'
er's second choice to lessen or mili- having any choice "between any two
C having received 254 fist and 116 '
tate: against the chances of his first men left In the race, which'the writer .. .
second choice, making a: total. of 369 e
choice to any degree whatever. contends should be the isolated ex- a
votes, is nominated;
Section 50 of the primary law provides ception and not the rule evetr-4n a .
It is self evident that ,
a voter may r
as follows: few Instances.The -v
I tb lis first and second choice .
"If candidate for an office shallr talley sheets used at the pre ) '
1 }in the event both his first and
ceive a majority of first choice, cincts are .arranged that an accurate / .
cond choice' are eliminated on the .
9 Votes he shall be declared: nominated tabulation and return thereof "
first choice count. However, there is ,
for such office. If no candidate shall is easily made 'of all first choice votesso '
nothing' new in, this fact, for one often ,
; receive such a majority of first choice as to show for whom the same FOR REELECTIONAS
lost his first and second choice f
; votes, then the: nomination for such voters cast their second choice. For '
candidates under the old primary
office shall be determined by excludIng example, the certificate of return, .v
from further{ consideration the where there are five candidates for law.The
Candidacy of all except t.he'two candidates one office, when correctly filled out, most.complicated feature under A MEMBER. ,
:who shall have received tho, shows something like the following: the primary law of 1913 arose when -

greatest number of first\ choice votes, ((1)) canvassing: the second choice votes
the and equal number of where two candidates were to be FROM -
7 or greatest Two hundred electors voted 200 '
first choice votes, and by adding to nominated and' five or more were run- r
such first choice votes of each of said I first choice votes for A. ning; for instance, In'' the counties 1
And 34 second choice votes for D.
two candidates tho second choice electing two members to the house of
And 66 second choice votes for C.
votes cast for him J by those voters representatives. But thi..perpl'xin
second choice for D.
And 42 votes
whose first choice votes shall have feature has been eliminated where
And 58 second choice votes for E.
j been cast for any of the candidates. two or more are to be nominated by .
excluded as herein..provided." ((2) requiring candidates to announce in t .

The portion above seems to be the Two hundred fourteen electors voted group one or two, accordingly as to .

r )/easy!/ \understood of any part of the 214 first choice votes for B. the number. of candidates to be nom
primary law The two candidates re- And 32 second choice votes for A. inated. .

calving the highest nvmber of votes And 53 second choice votes for C. Section 8 of chapter 68.74, acts of

go Into what may be termed a "sec! And 47 second choice votes for D. U>15, amending the Bryan Primarylaw

ond_ primary. In fact, it was intend- And 81 second choice votes for E. of 1913, rends as follows: DISTRICT No.1

-fKl for and has the same results as a ((3)) "Sec. 8. That section 62 of the
electors said act be amended so as to read as
second primary, as held under the I Two hundred fifty-four
primary law of this elate prior to voted 254 first choice votes for C. follows:

M ..-. 1913. And 17 second choice votes for A. "Sec. 52. fn the event more than
We' offer the following to sustain ,And 185 "second choice votes for B. one candidate is to be nominated for
v f our assertion that tho voter to ac- And 21 second choice votes for D. the same office and there are. more Your Vote
He Will
complish most with his ballot should And 31 second choice votes for E. candidates than should be.: nominated Appreciate

always votea second choice.If ((4)) therefor, there shall be as many
a a voter's first choice candidate is : One hundred one electors voted 101 groups of candidates' for that partic- .
eliminated, not being one of the highest first choice votes for D. ular office as there are candidates to

first choice men, the second choice And 30 second choice votes for A. I be nominated and each candidate for and Support in' the Primary
n vote of that v ter must be counted And 26 second choice votes for B. such office, in addition to the sworn

when cast for either of the two men And 25 second choice votes for C. statement required by section 22 .
:' a in the "second primary." And 20 second choice votes for E. hereof, shall indicate therein the (Paid Advertisement) '"

If a'voter's first and second choice (5)) group which ho desires his name to h .
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r candidates are in the "second primary One hundred thirty-seven electors appear on the ballot, and said groups ... .. ..n. !.. t.

i ," by reason of their being the voted 137 first choice votes'for E. shall be numerically designated. Pro-

t- two highest first', his second And 32 second choice votes for A. vided, however, that candidates for '
choice vote cannot be counted, And 25 second choice votes for B. delegates to national conventions :
for the reason that this would permit And 24 second choice votes for C. shall not be nominated by( groups, --1" ..... --"III ... -.."" ..... -tf-- .. -u-- ... t/w. wiwtiw.. / ... -...-.u ""
4 one's second choice vote to cancel his and, 58 second choice votes for D, but by .a plurality vote." _
'first choice. As shown above, B and C being the The above amendment section 62

When this condition becomes well two candidates receiving the highest will .simplify the canvass,'as the voters
understood will undoubtedly cause number of first choice votes, are required in each group will be counted

k better expression. to political to. go' into the "second pri exactly as in the manner provided iC. .w" G R IFF I IN'I
preference to come from the voters., mary."., This being determined, .the I where. only one .candidate Is to be, ;

In fact, -the lack of. understanding."canvassers first eliminate, from con<<: -nominated. . .. ;

I f ii VViCHANGE' LoRijjA"'iIBEL'LA'W: w

xt x- Supervisor of RegistrationCandidate

t One reason why the Florida libel stationery for their offices from .Florida and now Is the time for them to act.
laws are so stringent as to restrict 1 concerns, if such supplies can be No editor would support a legislative
the liberty of the press. is that those furnished by Florida printers. candidate who does not make a deft-
interested In a fairer law to news- 5. The Bryan primary law should nate promise to properly amend the M

papers have failed to press their be' so amended as to give the news- libel laws, and the editor who refuses
claims at the proper time. Heretofore -'I papers fair returns for political ad to make this demand of candidates
the editors have said nothing I vertising. Every candidate for stateor fails to do his duty to himself and forReelection

it and done nothing to carry their point 1 federal office should be allowed to his readers.
until the legislature assembled. There spend for advertising as much as Professional politicians, while using -
bf is a chance for effective work by all'I $100,00 in each daily and $25.00 in the columns of the papers for
of the editors of the state unitingin I weekly. their own. personal advantage, have
tho demand for a better libel law I 6. The fee for publishing the laws missed no opportunity of throttlinethe era
at the time when candidates for the i passed by each legislature should be press, and they will continue to His work in this

legislature are seeking election. By: increased from $10000 to' 25000. do so unleu' they are' "called" and M t
united and systematic work it should You know that $100.00 does not cover "called" strongly. If the editors allow office in the
be possible to get moot of the candidates the actual expense of the work; and, the politicians to- "work" them
to declare themselves in favor as the publication is made only once from now on they(. the editors) will
1' of a reasonable law governing libel. In two years $250.00 for the paper deserve to be "worked." past has been.satisfactory .l

The ,South Florida Press Association -Iin I each county would not be a heavy Do you, as an editor, consider yourself -

has made ecommendutions as to expense upon the state. the equal of the average professional to |
necessary changes in the libel laws of 7. An itemized list of all bills, accounts politician and fee-grabbing

.4; Florida: These recommendations and claims ordered paid by the lawyer? all concerned.
1. :.hould.,be published in every .newspaper county commissioners of each county If so, Vet the present libel laws
in Florida and all candidates for should be published in one or more stand. --
.. the legislature should be asked .to newspapers of each county. This If not, demand your rights and He deserves -& .- -T
1 \ state their position in regard to them. publicity would greatly aid in elmin- those of the people and fight for an

1 The recommendations are as follows inating any graft that might. be going I imperatively needed change in the the commendation -
: on and would prove a protectionto : libel 1 laws-Tampa Times.
1. The injustice of the present the taxpayer. For this service,
libel laws arises from the wording of the usual legal rate should bo allow I I ABERDEEN ANGUS of the
Section 13 of the Bill of Rights of ed.-Pensacola News. i

t the State Constitution. The word 'I ONE DUTY OFFLORIDA The Aberdeen Angus makes the : voters ,and is
"good motives" should be stricken best quality meat of any of the beef
out, and to this end a constitutional NEWSPAPERS breeds. It is not as large as the'
well-fitted tocontinue
Amendment should bo submitted. Shorthorn or the Hereford bit it averages I ;

: ,2. A law should be passed to'per Elaborate preparation are being a higher percent of dressed
mit newspapers to publish any matters made at Kissimmee for the entertain- meat than any breed. However, it is to give
t ,contained in the public recordsof ment of members of the Florida not so well adapted to the ranges as!' .

town, city, county or state, and Press association1 in April, and the the Hereford and the Shorthorn. According I good service.
forbidding the taking of any legal program arranged \U an excellent and to C. L. Willoughby, professor
action civil or criminal against editors varied one.Among of animal husbandry in.the University ..
or' owners) of newspapers pub- the questions to be discussed of Florida College of Agriculture ,
.i1 lisbing such records*-unless )it can Is.that ,of having the libel laws it will 'give a good account of VOTE FOR

;, be clearly shown that the publication of Florida changed. The Times considers Itself in the feed lot and the pasture '
thereof was prompted by malice. the most important present The Aberdeen Angus is black and
8. There should be 'a law to prohibit duty of Florida editor. to themselvesand hornless; The lack of horns makes It
the publication of legal notices the public generally Is to see easy to handle ahd 'desirable for that

.9 of any kind in newspapers that have that,legislators are elected who will I reason: The-bully\ are prepotent and. ; .C.W. GRIFFIN .

;not: been published at least one year change these laws, thereby giving the impart 'the ,hornless characteristic, J
a? or la any'that tire not printed whollywithin papers the privilege of publishing round body and short legs to any off- .
the: county. "Patent" pages facts concerning cases,at law in their spring' whether it be'from an Angusor "

,eat advertising rates) below cost.., editorial and news ,columns. It.baa any other breed of cow," For grading , )' ,
.. 1 .
;, ,,4. All town,-city'county and state been demonstrated: that no' >change .and 'crossing the breed b unsurpassed (PaJ4. cS.erU..mentr )
., ...dala'ahoaId'k inquired by,lawi) to will;v be, ,made'unless., ,the1 ,editors ..,-.This. ability should make,.U r ,- ..lp," M..,;.-- 1 ds'

.. buy all their blank book an dpr4 tecIl' present a' solid front. on the subject, popular In,Florid.' .,' ,, -- -. _ "" Vbaa+.etfl'' Mr : !tfL !
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Fi 1DAY. APRIL 14, ,,1.3$. "- rZ. S 1 Mil''tit. Y 1..L L. /.cAZITT., 'i! v.r ,' _. ." l' t,FAGK ,7-SECTKW, J; ;

k. LEGAL AD VERT/SING" LA = H NIIIIIIIIINUIIf1111N1111111111111111111111111uIIiIIINlllll 1IIIIIIIIfllIIIUUlllllllflllllllllllllllllilUlllllUUlllill' ( lHIUlIIII

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' By TV Appleyard, State Printer. \ I TO THE DEMOCRATIC: VOtERS1' 1 a

w Th..subject of-"Legal Advertising' registered voters, say $50 for one ==
. which I '1-equasted to furnish ----I thousand or less and $250.00 for 5,000
cn; .
.'...'. 'nn. :'article I i. in some respect.a broad. this voters?Certainly'.There.would now 'the be 600'fairness man In is I.I OF OSCEOLA COUNTY I

vi getting ,, too much or1 a.h.. 6,000 man
The '
Y' that arises Is
first question' Ii too little. It won't :work out.,any
", "V ''what'constitutss "Once "a week for :. other!, way ? I herewith present to-you my candidacy lot the office of
weeks? And
four consecutive the .
.. Another matter that should receive
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r' answer very 'likely would, be, '!'four ., consideration is that, as far as possible. .
t"." -"-{/publications./ .Try again.. Four pub-Get.:., ., all\ printing should be done in the Tax Collector, Osceola County '
-Tications coveronly'three weeks. ,
.r.' ':; state. The.itinerant peddter, of ty ,
l calendar. Tako the dates
the April pographywho comes out, of- Georgia -
'I 6, 13, '20 and 27-four publications; .. cannot: even be hit with a license tax. and ask"your'support at the Primary, ; to be held_ 'June 6th, 1916 ,sj
three week.. Seat Therefore, art-
,, t'' Yet a Florida man can be taxed asa
vr' '- der our Supreme Court decisions,, it i ". canvasser in .every town in this
? takes, five publications to' get four : state he visits. I am not opposed,
j) 'weeks. The--tax publication! law'alone In .one. sense to those people having
c specifies five publications., What's our work, but there ought to be someway
< the remedy: Let the legislature pass to reach them. The printers of == == "
:.; a uniform law on the subject defining, Florida pat taxes., help keep. up the
What is four wee':.' piblleat'oi.' Simo municipal, state and county govern = =
;:.: of the legal notices require thirty ments, and yet because of this addition == E3!
11t T days'. others -read once' ,n' Veek for- r'i 'to their oierhead charges they = .=
}f,: :four weeks, others for s'xty days, r lose a great deal of work. Provide j
again throe months f cr others. Thereis I,i T. J. APPLEYARDnarwnrrwwr.wwr. that all blank books jnust be boughtin
a lac'c of uniformity in the statutes > the''state. If there Is enough mon .
l 'I If they would define five publications 1 tha newspaper men. They'll be set ey in it, to justify them in doing so, == ==
f." as a month; nine fcr two months; in anything from twelve-point to too outside manufacturers will 'move == =
thirteen for three months; that would eightpoint.Still into Florida establish plants and hejp = a
r make it all uniform. I j ar.other matter: Tin affidavit to pay taxes. Then there would be no
Another matter that should receive i in the tax sale publication should be kick. There are now close to a dozen = , =
attention is this: The. general: ebc-.j applied to all legal publications; establishments In Florida where every =-= : -=
tions are required to be advertised hr I i ThUG arc attorneys in this state blank book used in the state by =- r
'a period cf sixty days, and the constitutional :|j and I suppose! in every other state) the counties could be made, and made ._. 4 -
amendments for ninety days who demand of the publisher a "rake- as well as elsewhere. There would r
:4'i (three months). Gov. Gilchrist triedto off" of 25 per cent for legal adver. bo sharp competition for the work, == 5 e
have this last amended, and the rising given them; and in some cases extensive improvements would be c--::: r -_-
.' people set down on It at the polls. they get it. The affidavit in the tax made in plants, and the final result --- r r ---
But he wee right. It would have sale advertisement has' to set forth I would be the employment of a greater = E3
eaved'the State a great deal of mon- that the owner or publisher of the number of skilled mechanics, larger === ====
ey. The man would have been just new-paper in which it has been published pay-rolls, increased population, and = =
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a. well qualified to vote on a constitutional "has not directly or indirectly the establishment doubtless of paper = ==-=
.rtJ amendment with sixty days' paid or promised to pay *. .. any mills jit is an endless chain when =-= =-=

notice as with ninety. Then why not consideration whatever, or any. com you begin to think about it. --- I believe myself fully competent tod is charge the duties =--
have the primary election advertisedas pensation of any description, for hav- The remedy: Lit the Florida Press -- --
well as that of- the general But ing said tax notice published in his Association appoint a committee to =-= of the office to the entire satisfaction f the people and with =-_= a

the expense, some will say. Yea. But paper." Now, why not have that in have these various laws made uniform === credit to myself. I will endeavor during the'next two months .== A
the people want the primary; and if every affidavit of every legal publi- by legislative enactment. Almost = =
they do, they ought to pay for It. cation It would do no harm. Then I' any lawyer would do the work --- to meet as many of. the people of the county as possible, to the ;tend

Another very important matter is again the receipted bill ought to accompany gratuitous for this body of newspaper I==-= that through personal contact they may judge of my fit _-
the type in which the advertisementsare the affidavit and be made a men, who give so much space to = ness for the office. -=-
to be- eet The law says that an part of it. No receipted bill; 'no affidavit the various communities without re- -
advertisement must l>3 paid for at a It isn't right that the news- ward or hope of reward. I believe the
rate therein named "in single column, paper man ought to be'required to present Attorney-General of Florida NI
nonpariel type." That means nowa wait months for his money because (Hon. Thomas F. West), who has GURDOIN\H.\ CLARK i I
. days six point. Why not bring the >f some legal tangle. been so successful in handling the I
.:;- law up to date, when so many offices Another matter: The publicationof state's legal' business, although a 4
liave linotypes? Twelve lines of linotype the laws in newspaper form. Takea very busy man, could\ bo induced to == (Paid Advertisement)
slugs (six point) ordinarily will 'county with 600 voters. One hun- write "a- bill to be entitled an act,"
measure about a card board over an dred dollars Is paid for publication Ac., for us during his few spare mo II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIInlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll II II llllllllll II II IIIIIIIIIIIIIillullllllllllllillilllllllill1111111111IIIII Ii II { { {{ IIIIIIIIIIII
inch. They can be gotten in an inch '>f the laws, a copy to be sent to each I ments. Let Bob Holly, Billy Russell -
by close shaving. But why not say registered voter. Take another coon and a few other good newspapermen -
eix-point. and bring it up to now] ty with 5,000 voters. One hundred' who are coming to 'the legislature " '
Every week I have advertisements dollars is allowed for this. Where l is l lI I of 191,7] ask him to do it. c....t..O..O..O..OOO..0.' 4 . .. . 6a........ ...
submitted to me to manure becauseof the fairness? Why not pay for this The remedy(or allour troubles Is *
differences between'' lawyers and work on a basis of the number of I in our haxds. Will we use it? ... ...!......... ....... .. .. .'.. ........ ...

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'. Trade, Osceola county and the city of judges and scorers'at the club .
':" PLANS MADE. FOR. BIG Kissimmee. This booklet will\ provean grounds, on the lakefront. .

f 'i ;", TRAP.SHOOT IN CITY city admirable and county advertisement;ia.,fifteen copies of -will the o' O.t.O.CttC.O.OO.'I'."WOMEN'S, '. r.' .O.OOO.. ?'OP :" . ; '

be. sent to the headquarters of the o ACTIVITIES' O 0 Attention Voters1! :
for the state National 'Trapshooters Association in . ...OO O.O.O..CO..t.. ,
Preliminary plans ,
Pittsburg, five to each of .the big
Mrs. Winston Churchill is
an expert ;
hoot of the Florida
Trapshooters powder and shell companies, a number
stenographer: and shorthand
Association, which will be held here' of copies to each of the clubs in writer and
frequently acts as a short-
May 4th and 6th were made at a the state, and to every newspaper in hand writer for her titled husband. OF THE
Florida. A committee composed of
meeting of the Kissimmee Gun Club
Messrs. J. S. Cadel, J. D. Jeffords andE. 'The
held in the office of Dr. J. work of Introducing modern
W. Simpson E.
Naugle was to
preparethe .
sanitary measures in China is in Third Commissioner'sDistrict
Wednesday night There was a booklet.A .
charge of Mrs 'Lotta C. Hume, a -
large attendance of members at she committee composed of J, S. Ca- graduate of Johns Hopkins Univer-
meeting, which was presided over by del, Billie Makinson and Edgar Katz sity.
the president, M. E. Stephens. was named to arrange for a smokerto
A program in the form of a booklet be given- at the Country Clum to In order to release the men for mil
will be hsued by 'the club for the the visitors. itary duty in London licenses will
shoot and pages in tjys booklet will The club also decided to erect a hereafter be issued to women to work
be devoted: to the Golf Club, Board of small grand stand and office for the I as omnibus and atreet car conductors.

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Newspapers All Over Fourth District. Print Strong ,Editorials in M1 His Favor j j"NO 1 j

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Congressman Joe Spars promises! Forrest Lake opposed Joe Sears : Our .friend; Joe Sears it going to Mrs. M..S. Edmundson, has just received .*;
to take the state editors en a boat for congress in tho last primary.
ride on the lake at the Kissimmeemeet. Hugh Sparkman, of the Daytona hsYi_a .figjit over in the Fourth Dis- from her brother, W .W. Haitings -

No "Salt River" ride for him. Journal,. was then. Claude' L'Erjrle's trict, two other candidates being 'pit- congressman from Oklahoma, a'.:''

The.editors will see to t.hat.-Orlando secretary and was, 01 course, 'very ti', ted against him. It seems, that the letter saying that he had met the congressman J

Citizen. much olpo'sed'to losing his job-. opposition Is bared on Mr. Sears' vote from this district of Fler'r
through the'defeat of his boss. Othen .
on the Keating child labor bill on ida and knew him well; said he was ,
STRONG AT NEW SMYRNAThe : who have a, grouch against the
announcement of lion W. J. present! congressman will oppose him which he made a speech in opposition find energetic young man; that Flor- i';,

Sears, who is a candidate for reelection us before but Joe need not worry to the measure, and on which there ida should be' justly! proud of him.

to Congress from the Fourth so long as the people of this district were both majority and minority Congressman Hastings said that the r,

Congressional district, appears in thin believe in fair play, and that everyman I reports.< entire state' should be proud of him; 3.

is'sue l of the Breeze. Mr. Scars made should be given a square deal.-. I and added that there was none,
Mr. Sears'.opposition to the bill, as influ.i
house who had personal}
a st.rong'I'ace in this county before : Melbourne: Times. 'lr more
and will call on his friends here be- x >r', we remember it, was: ((1)) because, as ence than Mr. Sears. He Raid he certainly ;

fore th-3:; primary.-New Smyrna WILL GET STRONG SUPPORTIn as passed the house, he did not con- was -hustler, and stated also t
this Issue Congressman Joe that there was no other one person 4 I '
sider it constitutional; ((2)) because .
Sears announces that he is a candidate who had more personal influence In
for re-election to to Florida already has a child labor law
BOB HOLLY FOR JOE : congress,:\ the congress than this same Mr.
Bob Holly of the Sanford Herald represent the fourth J Florida; district. that he considered better than tS! P one Scars. He was a hustler and always

frankly tells the Hon. Forrest Lake, This is (Congressman Sears' first term proposed; ((3)) because M'r. Scars said' looking for Florida's welfare, and declared

of his own home town, that he is / in congress and ha has been too busy I that as a'8tale's rights man, it should that Mr. Sears: was worthythe

ing to stand by the present /1'0-1 attending to his duties in Washington be left with the states; ((4)) hecousa he support of every voter in his dis
,", to do any campaigning,:\ to this trict.-Palm Beach Post.
man from this district. "Our Joe, I +
time. "Joe" in assured of contends that there is no prevision in
strong support .
is for Bob and Due.
good enough
the bill for the of children
by his friends in and around I Keating care
Foragty and Forrest Lake will know
I New Smyrna who believe that he is who are unable to provide for TO AID DRAINAGEIn
after.the primary election is held entitled to another term as representative I themselves: and have no means of a letter recently received by the i'
that lot of us common people feel I
a support.SL Herald from our Congressman W. J.
from this trict.--Ne\< \v Smyr-I .
the name way.! -Melbourne Times. I nii News. is hardly fair to say that Mr. Sears, he says in part the following:

I I Sears is an enemy to .children. For 1"1 also want to assure you that I am
PRECEDENT ESTABLISHEDterm I BILL TO BENEFIT FLORIDA I years he was a school teacher and I highly in favor of drainage of the
as Cong clIsman from the South Washington. April 1. -CongresR-1 later superintendent of public instruct Everglades and shall do what I canto 1

Florida district, has not given satis-I man Sears today tion for Osceola county, always secure some relief. You can also :
faction to two of his constituents which will aid in waterway I I lose
materially working for the uplift and better- rest assured that never an opportunity -
Fogarty. of Key West, and Forrest development in Florida if passed ment of'conditions for the youngstersof to boost my state and dis-
Lake of Sanford. Florida always One of these provides for a sur- his section trict. Speaker Clark has introduceda ;

gives a Congressman a second term vey and report on the feasibility and CONGRESSMAN W. J. SEARS drainage bill, therefore do not see
The Record is not in Joe Sears'"istrict
and this precedent firmly established t #
cost of removing "middle ground" in any reason at present of introducing
Fourth District of Florida
but if it were, would do its I
in the minds! of the people, will proveof Key West harbor in the interest of one myself."
best for his return for a second term.
much advantage to Mr. Sears', who
This line of talk sounds
nuxigution.Thi/ will stick to her friend and the man.. cause that prince of politicians, For- Florida Record of Tallahassee. mighty 'i
would like' to continue to hold downa
other bill also for ? I i from Soars and .
provides a good Congressman
of Lake will attend the in
who likewise has given evidence i rest to vote
$7,500.00 per job.-Apalachicola survey of Onosahatchee river, and it I we certainly commend his stand in t
the possession of principle.-Orlnndo I that county, and the Lake influence .
Times. the of Mr. Sears that both HAS WON this has
is opinion RECOGNITION matter. The Herald written 4
Citizen. will be felt likewise: in Volusia and
ORLANDO I should receive immediate attention.Fla. .- j Orange, but not any farther. The Congressman W, J. ,Sears is an- Congressman Sears that anything favorable p
SURE FOR SEARS Times-Union.) R E-ELEcrS last two counties will be an even nouncing through the press of the to the Everglades would always .
lion. Joe Sears ann unces for Con- I be 'us and the
district his intention of being a can appreciated by
break. Joe will his home
Attention is called to the announcement carry county -
in the Citizen
gress announcement SEARS IS HONORED Osceola, almost Unanimous.. lie didate for the nomination to congress people of this county. We hope when
columns. of W. J. Sears a candidate forre.election
Before ho had been in congress a himself, at the democratic the time comes to print Speaker
will lose Monroe of (
county on account
Orange county will\ sure cast its month Hon. W. J. Sears of the East as congressman from this the candidacy of. .Dr. Fogarty. But primary be held in June. / Clark's proposed drainage bill and 1
vote for Sears, and Orlando should district. will ask Mr. Sears it 1
Coast district was called on by to send to us,
is called he will carry Dade, Palm Brach St. The congressman is just beginning
"Joe allhe
give him a unanimous vote since although familiarly ,
the that he will Mv'us
Clark to preside knowing
Speaker over gladly supply
his first been elected in
Lucie and Brevard by big majorities.Mr. term, having
'. only in congress a few months was elected by a good majority j \ last
house while an important subject was with same. as soon 'ae possible
several other candi- Sears' will make an active cam- November 1914. As )has been pointed -
he hits election
done than other over
more any con ,
under discussion and the Ft. Lauderdale Sentinel.
speaker dates and i come out paignas far as his duties-permit and ed just after'Mr. Sears was t
buldingand.; I) wanted a brief rest. A "rare honor thia time'and wilt1lprobably) will ''go before the people and explain sworn in, congress adjourned until -
,- office 1 winner ; it 'i is but right!
: ;! fsotyounga.. :;\ ; ',and! soynewa; 'helehould.., tai hisjvoteuon, '. different measur.;!s thatseem lhe regular session which began early PEOPLE CAN'T BE FOOLED }-
best aaTdo'forith1elcity.- .
het '
thing I '
member; andf f:it 1. at''once"\ takcs19Mr. f .M;; "4! ; ', >
to J give hie'opponenta' a case of last December. He has served in con. '
Orlando Citizen. : : He has had but;little chanoa to do I Honorable Joseph 'W. 'Bears hat
-- Searsoff the novitiate bench among I"much for his district as yct for he heart disease. He will be on deck at irress a matter of three months.. I been serving this, the 4th congressional .
the kid and marks
SEARS HONORED congressmen' has only occupied his seat in congress the meeting of the State Press Association During the short period that he has district in the national con.

'I" That was a nigh honor shown Representative ai sided fully in initiated.the speaker's They place say he like pre-a about three months-hardly long next month and give the editors represented this district in congress gress for about four months; and already .

W. J. Sears of this state, Lakeland enough' to learn" the rOp'eAut' in a ride on the Kissimmee riVer.-: he has obtained a fair amount of rec- a few nagging politicians are
veteran. Telegram.
when..he was called upon to presideover that time he has shown his willingness Stuart Times. ognition for one so new in that body. trying to bother and hinder him in

the House on Wednesday. Mr. SEARS HAS MADE GOODA to do all he could. He has al- I lie has presided over the! house in the his work. It never seems to occur

Sears had been in the House only a doctor down at Key West has rea'ly d,,:-a a f'l\1 I'M i'ga< and ,hiswoth : SHOULD HAVE FOUR YEARS absence of the speaker and has had to this class of disturbers that the

month and it is most unusual to calla announced his candidacy from this and ability have bban recog- Representative: ,Frark Clark has a'' opportunity to address the house, on people "of a district have a part to
new member to the chair. Accord- the Fourth Congressional District. by his co ,fercs Mil before congress to increase the several occasions. He has appeared play in the developing of ah efficient Nh

ing to all accounts the able Floridian The present incumbent lion. W. J. To change,:\ now aid, put a new man.: term of congressmen to four years.. before committees on behalf of pro. congressman. No man in the worldcan
proved thoroughly capable of holding Sears, of Kissimmee, is serving his in would be too rmic'i: like swapping It is surprising that such a measurewas beets for the benefit of his constitu- give his best thoughts and efforts ,.

down Champ Clark's: job and receivedan first term and it is a time-honored horses while crossing the strecm andno I not elected Ions ago., It is cer- ents, notably on behalf of Miami's towards securing the most for his

ovation from his fellow members. ,democratic custom that a second less a man than Lincoln advised tain that most congressmen are in deep water program, and has been people without a certain amount of

, The Tribune congratulates him on i term be given. Sears has made goodin against any such pr< cc'ding. favor of such a change and if the I energstic in attending to those du- co-operation on their part? With the

the recognition accorded him.-Tam- congress,:\ as a representative of the While the' other candidates may be people look at it sanely they will also ties which a large constituency always politicians it is a matter of what can

pa Tribune. people of his district and there will able men it would take them some approve it. While it may be argued 'I call on their congressman to the congressman get for them in the

be no exception' of this democratic time to reach the position and gain that a two year term in, office is too perform.It way of political preferment, regardless -

HOPE HE'LL BE ELECTED custom in his .cas The doctor and the influence in congress that has much for some men,' wev must all Is the right of any citizen of of the pqblic needs.

Congressman Sears, of the Fourth his home friends should save their I already bean attained by. the present agree that a congressman has hardly the district qualified as a voter, to be Thus it i is; that two men have announced -
District, has scarcely got broken into money andtheir time for from a I incumbent,' so the best thing this .time to take a look around him during a candidate for the nomination to that they will contest for

the new order of things before he democratic standpoint and custom the district can do is to return Congressman ) that' period and there is next: to congress and hence there is not the I Joe Sears' seat in congress at the

finds that he must defend his right announcement of the Key West candidacy Seartf for another term and it ,nothing that he can' accomplish for slightest criticism' of those gentlemen coming primary election; State San
; to the seat for a second term. Dr. is a fatuitous one.-Volusia I undoubtedly will.-Palm Beach his constituency aside from the pet- who have announced that they would] ator J. .N. Fogarty of Key West, and
Fogarty of Key West andForrest County Record.! ical Sun. TroP-1'I ty fetching and carrying which mightbe be candidates for the seat now occu- I Representative Forrest Lake, of San- 1

Lake of Sanford are his opponentsand done by any clerk. In ,this dis pied by Mr. Sears, but The Herald ford. Their principal reason for entering -

while\ it will be no affair of ours, ORANGE COUNTY FOR JOE HAS MADE GOOD! RECORD !' : submits that in .all justice' ,there is no th.3 race at this tn-e is that r.
whatever the result, we hope that Joe DeLand News says: "Things are In another column will be seen the Congressman I ''I need now to make a change in offf\ > they both have an ambition to represent

::, Sears will be re-elected.' No member getting complicated for our good announcement of Congressman W. J. Icember.. Before he gets it warm he cials, but that in fairness and for the the district in congress. They
,.of that body can show his worth in friend. Congressman Joe Sears. For Sears who seeks a re-election at the has two opponents in the field against purpose of securing recognition for and their friends will nag the congressman
) l one term and it. Is unfair to give him I rest Lake will carry Seminole almost hands of the voters for congressmanfrom him. If he remains in Washingtonhis the district the present congressman until he is compelled to

r but one.-Live Oak'Citizen. solidly and get a b'g vote in Orange the Fourth District of Florida. candjidatorial interests will undoubtedly should be continued in office until he come home, to 'defend himself and S
and Volusia etc." Joe Sears is now serving his first suffer, and\ if he comes to Is able to accomplish things for his then they will set up a howl about

N SHOULD HAVE BIG VOTEr It may be that Forrest Lake may term in congress and so far: has madea Florida to make a campaign he will district and his state. If there was him leaving his important work in the

Under the regular heading of announcements get a big vote in"Volusia, and he .good record, altho the term is not be charged. with neglecting his duties.A .. reason for electing\ Mr. Sears last house to look after his political ,

in this issue may be ought to know something about his far enough advanced for him to makea new man is in need of gaining all year, and the voter seemed quite en- fences. a.

found the announcement of the can- own county Seminoles hough even full showing. tho experience possible during his thusiastic in his support there are But the people are not going to be

didacy of lion. W. J. Sears, for the there he has many anti-Lakes; but His enemies are already after him first months in congress; this does more reasons now,. and nothing in the so easily fooled as all that. They
nomination of representative in congress Orange county does not owe anything and are even putting forward the not apply to older members. The latter conduct of Mr. Sears while in con- elected Joe Sears two years ago be-

i, from this, the fourth districtMr. but assistance', good and hard to defeat grievances of Guy Metcalfe-a man know the ropes and are acquainted 1 gress; or elsewhere, has led to the be- cause they believed in him. They l
Sears has been in the halls of the Forrest Lake for Congress, although whom they hate worse than they do ,with men and measures and can I lief or could give countenance to the knew that he was honest and had

ti .congress for such a short time that Orange holds no grudge Mr. Sears himself. Also they hare keep track of events in a much more I charge that he has proven unfit to Ability, and that he would do his very

his ,many friends feel confident that against Seminole and the ties are be- done every other little thing they intelligent manner without following represent the people of this district. best to serve them. They are now go-

+ 'he should be returned by the largest com ing,stronger between the citizens could think of. But Joe is sawing proceedings so closely. New members ._ It has been the custom of Florida, ing to give him a reasonable chance j ;

Vote' possible. Whether or not Con- of the two counties so recently one. wood and on the job at Washington.He .need to learn all they can dur- generally speaking, to return 'con regardless of the disturbers and place

gressman Sears will find time to On the other hand CongressmanJoe will give a good acoeunt of him-. ing the first year, and after that they gressmen for a second term and if hunters. The present congressman
makes canvass of his entire district Sears has proven himself friendlyto self and will try to suit as many sis can better'themselves in accomplishing The Herald knows the' sentiment and will be triumphantly reelected 'and t

before the primaries shall take place Orange county. He has' made no possible by doing his best. something',worth while. No man, spirit of the people of this district, we would like to see hit nagger so

h* feels confident that his constituents specious promises, and therefore has He should have no trouble at all in no matter how brilliant oA fcble can they, will not refuse -to do so. now, rebuked at the polls that they: never t

,.will recognize his abilities thus broken none, but '\the evidence of carrying, .the district provided that do much In two years, and it i. likely even "if other very excellent gentlemen would show their heads above the political

:'far, made known and rally to his supporti friendliness i is sJl'tn his ,favor, and Duval and',St. Johns counties ,stand that Congressman Clark's bill will. be have evinced a desire to serve horizon agaliu-Meltxrornej

: =Palm Beach Yost.//" \D>: Orange'County should and doubtless. bY 1J will lose Seminole be- passed., Orlando. Reporter-Slav. a. term in congress.-.Miami Herald. Times .
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: afraid that their religion\ will not I TIlE "HOW OF TRAP. Duties $ UST HAVE GAZETTEIN I J i stand the test of ,scrutiny T.Are. theyso ; SHOOTING LEAGUES Rul.s of. successful leagues.
'. What ,My Neighbors Have Done sure they think' right that anyone 'The DuPont company have just Issued Follow-up;, letter to clubs 4

,THE COLD NORTH having an -opinion contrary to them a very interesting booklet on How to write other clubs.
(By, Milton. 'rlecl.The .., ). cannot be based on logical reason. "Trapshooting,Leagues."' It: tends to Location!.
-- IngT It is all' PREJUDICE.; Inherited be to trapsHootlng ,what ', .K1 d of shoots to hold. .
;? ?* CONNECTICUT MAN i from the generations that hare guide Is to football. It explains the Lewis claw-satem.
1rp) ; 'CAN'T GET ALONG WITHOUT 1 subject of prejudice,, already 'cution of Christians, (persecution is gone before! But we' are improved benefits derived by trapshooters and It also d..cribea: detail the Inside
what we call it now), we get the '
IT 'TO BRING TIDINGS OF SUN. discussed in these columns'was bare- yariety'r from now over our forefathers; but 'still, clubs from trapshooting leagues, and workings'of many'om the CO_.'' '

; KY FLORIDA DURING TilE ly touched in the -few instances nola the greatest Bible., "Daniel the examples lions' den" "We are" a long, long'way.. from Tip-'j the best way to organic themSome try's' trapshooting leagues.The w; +
ted. perarjr. j of the items that are coveredare 4_
t "The Hebrew children in the furnace
.WINTER court
average church of today has : "
have'shown Missouri has
Doubtless people a ,' the Roman'invocation of the -
OF .THAT SECTION. greater degree of affection with this penalty for heresy in the crucifixion Its prejudices in that it worships.. its Best time to 'form a 1eaguo.Cost' that a wife has the right to demand t
rather than' its God If the
I of organizing a league. from,her husband the free
element, in. reference' church and of more than two thousand 'personsat use
G. N. Abbott, of New Milford world could lose all the church creeds, Organization of of his motor during his
I Christianity than' along any other. the same time and place and num: about i trapshootingLeagues. car absence,
the worship of the God of
Conn., who has been, a winter'visitor bers of others."that- would requiremore go 'I from home. W
"line.As Abraham and the giving of assistance -I I
to Kissimmee In years past, was unable i far back .as we'can trace the than the entire space in this to our neighbors, for eight hours .

to come this winter, but he'is i history of the world we find peoplo publication to relate the stories of, of every day; useanother eight hours
.}) keeping in touch with the city by to have been biased by lit.i We are to say nothing of the mock trial and for refreshment and sleep, and the '
glad to. note,, however, that today we conviction by the mob of Jews of :::2K.A"5Z'"S :FREE:
remaining eight hours -for the usual
Gazette. lie writes
{ reading the Valley are much, oh, so muchl! closer: to'that'' Jesus after be had been vindicated by vocations of life, how much better. the ..I TO ALL WHO CALL UP TO APRIL 30TH +
.Ii li as follows: period spoken of in the Bible, wherein Pilate, the Roman Governor, and crucified world would become. "
7l New Milford Conn., April 3, the whole world will become converted the method used only for the If you don't believe that' it will 1Y.E E: :N"I

l' .To the Editor of the Kissimmee 16'1 I than we have ever been before. lowest classes and most despised make a difference, just you 'try it. I Get rid of your bad symptoms
We often bar that the criminals.
ley Gazette. : people say i of nervousness by
:!l Dear Sir: You will find enclosed wickedness in the world is worse than After 'the crucifixion and martyr Many Georgia housewives have building up your physical
i remittance to extend my subscription I ever before. The person voicing such dom of Jesus, followed Stephen, and. adopted overalls to wear when. working and mental powers, so you i{ .'
do not feel statement has the wrong impression, many others' of Jesus' apostles, the about the house.FLOWERS.
for another year. We I may develop into whaj un
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from failure to crusade against whom led .
'. that we can well get along without resulting a comparethe was by interruptedNature intends
it as it keeps us In touch with Kissimmee past with the present.For Saul, having authority from the Roman in order to enjoy
affairs as nothing else can. Cir- the purpose of making a com- government to stamp out her I life and meet with the
cumstances over which we seemed to parison, let's go as far back as we esy, but in the midst of his career he greatest measure of success. Luh M3L H 'p
have no control made it impossible can-1-and as we can only deal hereon suddenly became converted to Chris- A large percent of
/5 r for us! to spend our winter in Kissim the subject of religion, exampleswill tianity, and afterward became an Important men suffer physical and !
7 be confined to that end-arid see religious factoi.:
mee as we had for the past three mental anguish, directly .
.: years, but the weather report 'in the some of the things that were done by Since Christ's time, at every stage, or indirectly because of G _
under th-3 of or in all changes Christian _........__..
K t Gazette together with a ton of coal people guise religious I wor- lack of knowledge, resulting .. =---
*i'X a month has served to keep us alive authority. First of all, the churches,I ship, in the promulgation of new I l 6iv& : in the various diseases below ment.ioned-of which we makea
\? through this! long, cold New England !or the people's method of worship, sects or creeds there has been an up- SPECIALTY: .

winter. We have heard it said mistakes and the governmental affairs were heaval and some one or ones have ( SI'ECIAL niSRARKS-Both Acute and Chronic, are successful/
/ sacrificed their lives in the interestof treated by our' method. i
administered by the dame set of of-
will in the best of families .
happen BLOOD IOI8ONOn account of It. frightful hldeousnesa speclfta
) but shall take good that I ficers. To be perfectly clear the the modernized and more generous or contagious: Potion: In the ': ':4.I" the worst of all dlseasva. Ourtreatment
we care for this awful ... :: I and modified to suit Individual
'.' mistake doea not happen again in our i laws of the country recognized but extension of individual religious \ /r eJT eases and li endorsed by-the best of physicians.
form of worship.*' It have privileges, that has tended to- OUR MJ5THOD8 are baaed on scientific principles. We are deelr.
!, one may ever '
family, and of those Kissimmee cue of effecting' cure In every cue coming to ua. We coyer the entire
who real winter been a pretense at the worship of ward more liberality and freer from field, of Chronic. Deep-seated and Complicated Diseases of Men $
Crackers never saw a
Occa5iofjNC and Women. We acknowledge no superiors fn our specialty.WOMEN .
God the worship of idol and the tents of prejudice.
or an .
will here next. fall
r is 're- they were so narrow and so preju- Martin Luther, ,John Knox and
will with him. It
..: s- swap jobs until you have at least consulted ma. If you can be cured. we can 1
I ported that more than nine feet of diced in the belief that they were John Calvin were authors of reform cure you: ; !If not there Is yet time to.h.. surgeon's knit.
.now has fallen this winter and there right, that, to think, speak or act in movements that were improvements HOURS: : ,9 a: m. to 8 p. m.: Sunday: 9 a. m., to 4 p. m.
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the old
has been fully three months of sleighing any way or manner, other than that over but were not far enough '
prescribed by ecclesiastical authorities removed from the old habits to relieve MEDICAL. INSTITUTE .
:; to my knowledge, with accompanying of them from Miss Jean CaldwellAGENT ) 304 ZACK STREET Opposite Mass Bros. TAMPA. FLA. ;
.; cold and incontfonience In one was guilty a crime called highly! prejudiced
getting around and I guess everybody heresy', the penalty of which was ideas. Each of them, after gaining KISSIMMEE .
I. is glad .i it is spring. daath power and /distinction, practiced per- ,
G. N. : We find,that this law was enforced secution on people 'who had ideas '-
; from the earliest history to the pres-:'contrary to their own. Calvin grew lIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII '
ent day, to a more or less, degree.We ;into' authority and became so severe !
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any'recognized authorities where the order, burned at the stake. '
ecclesiastical laws are as drastic as be- People are. and have been so perju- '
.POTATOES'INHAMPERS fore; but it has been only a'' compara- diced about their .religion that they = Overland $695. IIA
tive recent period since we have history do not accord to one another the rightto' .' .
among the so-called enlightened think or have an opinion different _
Orlando. The Florida Growers and .
from their own. Roadster .' /....., .
races; of, Christian .martyrs. e :$6,15" "
Shippers League announces receipt "
Of''the earliest examples of What i is the 'matter? ." Ares' people == ,' ,: f.' .: e.,: Y'o
: 'of telegraphic advices from ,A. C. L: perse ,,, ,, I
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It_ to its application, special permission I
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( Commerce Commission to make effective == ti
q'' on short notice the same rates -YTry -- --

41' in cents per 100 Ibs. on potatoes, V

I when shipped. in hampers, as apply a =- '=

;.' on hamper,. as apply on potatoes, S-
when shipped in barrels, and that the =- =
r. tariffs containing the- change become -
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effective on April 20th. -- --
fx Recently the railroad advanced. the == 53
r rates on potatoes when shipped In V == ==
: hampers to such an extant as to practically Natursown Your Land Five-PasscBf Touriifg ,
-H; prohibit production with == ==

,J profit.complaints The froinNnany"sections League: received which Order Your Overland Now ::1.

prompted it to make a strong appeal "They say" the phosphoric acid in natural], :

!" to the head traffic officials: of the finely ground phosphate can't be made avail- .'.

1 lines. It was conservatively predict- able quickly enough. to increase,, the yield ol HH Last season it was impossible to fill,the demand '

F, ed that without it reduction the indus- crops to which is applied. Of course, "they" === for the four-cylinder.,. Jive passenger Overland-the M ,
try, so far as concerned the red .
-t: variety of potatoe, would in time 'mostly are folks interested in the sale to = $ .

..1 have become extinct and the growers farmers and fruit growers of acid phosphates.. S There was a demand for this car' never before.. ---l

and shippers over the state will be = equalled in automobile history. 'I

league's gratified action.with the result. of the Others are just as positive in asserting that' SS This justified the purchase, of raw materials at

The league is now handling with Natursown does make better arid bigger crops, = a before-the-war prices. '

: the F. E. C. railway with a view to not only the first but for a.= -
year, many years. So now you can get the same improvers =

having spending that changes company in its make rates,corre-and Quite naturally most of these others are per m "ts-for $55 less. ==

. will make announcement of result sons who have been progressive enough to try F== The price will not be lower for'cost.of materials is ===

later. i out the Natursown way in groves 'and fields. l=- rising.. -=' e'.'

You 'have There is ait enormous demand for this car, 60,000 =
don't to take the word of. cither

t. LIVVERLAXActs . crowd. There's a better way -to find slut the =-= have nlrerdy. been sold; so order your dar now. to =- : r

truth. Try Natursown this in =_== make sure of getting it. = ;
year your groveor ;

Surely, 'Safely garden. Then you' will .have evidence thatno H Advantages -', .

di This will be ''''t{
;u Just because you are feeling the ill one can putc. knowledge I _i En bloc horsepower motor Demountable rim, with one xtraf ,

I ;?'' effects of a torpid liver is no excuse worth money to you, aside from the good Electric starting and lighting system ? 106-inch wheelbase = ':

P for buying a harmful medicine that Natursown will do your; crops. SE5 Electric control buttons on steering column Deep divan upholstery = .'

; has brought physical decay to thou- = Four inch tires One man top; top cover a "
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r sands. Calomel. dangerous and as Send today for.our free booklet giving full -

.everyone know, has very disagreeable information.,-,. and let us quote ;you prices.- =-= . Model 75 .$615. :s "'t
.. .. and weakening effects.,. Medical e .,
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.....remedy., CRIGSBfS, LJV.VER-LAX.; ..Lakelnnd'phosphate. Company. = ===== .

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T .and;,bowels-.without:causing,any bad J>> ? ..W & r J. J.. GRIFFIN Agent
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I Ifor Florida. 6..It !III like the I Over 100 Glasgow universitywon; :
workers of
than these
Probably More half. Either all schools, a goal or standard students have joined the,
I toward which teacher and standards In vogue in *Il the outh- en 'arm 1,
they do not have enough food of theright every Alabama workers in London. f
worker bend his interests to eastern states, Georgia, :i
TICK might
: QUARANTINES, RAISED, kind nanielf
or what.they have ia Improperly 1 Sou Car
. attain. In other words, a' school in! +
cooked.. For, it Js possible; Escambia county knew absolutely lina, thus making kin-the work ill..all Whenever, You Need Oeoeral Tooio 'Y
NEARLY 10,000 SQUARE MILES IN QFLORIDA TEXAS. MISSISSIPPI even common, that a person may' eat' nothing of what 'a school in Dade this.section of the United 'States. Take Grove'

GEORGIA AND SOUTH CAROLINA AKI? RELEASED a large amount, of food yet receive I!.,county was doing; knew nothing of I I. The Florida, Sunday School. Amo-, ... The Old Standard Grove's. Tasteless '
Insufficient! : tr ton.! because ,it isn't j,its ambitions; knew nothing of its lustier I. has printed this standard in chill Tonic is equally valuable as b
. _
ideals. Each school
or group Tonic because It contains the .
the right kind of food for that particular. -''I schools was a unit without knowledge' -the form r of a two color wall chart; General
Washington, D. CrA total area lees I This of course, requires. some Individual, or'the' 'food, htat he of the work, or purpose any of all and will gladly furnish If one the free schooldesiring' to well known. toalcpropertleaofQUININaandIRON. It acts on the Uver, Drives < ,;
of 9,739 miles were released I outlay in the beginning, but in the : the other, schools every school in the state
square eats habitually may be. ruined in its the state of. out Malaria, Bridies the Blood a ,,s
from quarantine on account of thecattle I I cod is far cheaper than. attempts:'to preparation and much,of Its nourishing 1 i Likening the Florida Sundayschoolworld \ flame will notify Builds up the \t..oIo System. SO oar's,"'"t"" 'j
tick on March 10. The free J accomplish I \ with insufficientequipment. with its 1250 schools! to a fice In Jacksonville. __ _
be l improper
P wasted in
possibilities\ may great business enterprise, with 1250
territory is situated In'the slates of ', cooking. ',departments, (lor. is), it was :
Florida,. Texas Mississippi[ ! Georgia In tho'other'atates,! affected by the What troubles come from.tho' mjsitakes 'found that' the Sunday school forces
and South jCarolinariand'' includes the now .order, Misufasippi!! ( l. Georgia and- 'j of cooks, from the ,unhappinsss ,: lacked the one feature which is the 1
whole lit counties. There South tick eradication 'has keynote success in all enterprises
or'parts of ''
of the wife because her
young and which is essentialto l
k have now been, released' front Federal made "Teat,progress in recent years tabJe'I'Isn' ) f
what hubby's mother used t. , tho success of any -state-wide
quarantine 47 ,47l': square miles of I Much,, of South Carolina has already to the suffering of the roue whose achievement! namely, a definite standard Welcome To Our :City i iI

e :tho original 741,615 which. Were put boon freed'and in both Georgia and ptomf-h couldn't take caro of: a raw of --attainments., Failure in bold
letters written
) vhon Mississippi the realization of the black would be across
under quarantine in 190< ,, the\! without .
o -8r him
> doubling up he door of, for instance great:
work of _systematic" tick:,eradication ..benefits of the work Is ,spreading pain! ,, with'l' department store, if each department I .
wab beJr\lu. '" rapidly. '-, : Foot( 'should ,bo elected "in. worked jnderjndently: of each other
t A significant .t atIJre of the new The -areivn -released. on M rc"H 10 I variety the fruits vegetables department and recognized no unifying You Scribblers
mpp.tsl) principle\ to mould the of I
are. policy
order is that with. the release of as .follows: and) hreudfilufTs.; { But (it's rather the entire fitote. Soin tho Sunday
territory In Florida there is now no I State- and Area straining a point to make a chemical school work. The various individual

s tftk-infeHted state In which-- some Comity .., \iKelcarod Total j Inbo'ctory of the stomach by insisting schools, like so many departments, "
counties have not been made frcu of FloridaIVatldt- have been doing their Individual work
on proportions of
the pest' In Florida the whole "of' I \ : (oil) -_______._2,000 and any.caloric: contents. That be'ongn protein to ,and But there in many has instances not been,doing neither it could well. We're Glad You Are ,Here and

Dade and Ilroward counties -and part i Ilrowsnl (all\) _______1,200 I Ithe IIIu1ital' urn whcrb food 'Is admin- 1: there: be, any policy for work of a

of I'alm Beach county, are; now tick I' Palm Beach (part)_'.-, (C 00' 3,800 'lotercd like medicines, with a drop uniform nature in a community, in a Hope You'll Come Again
free The Florida work began: in Fexa*-- i county nor in a state, for, there has

1914, when a number of prominent; Schleicher (al!)__ _1.1,337 1,387 per. I been no uniform policy or standard. I
Normally healthy people are en. Realizing the need of such a goal, I .
farmers, cattle owncrs and businessmen 1'\Iillllilllllrpl- : ' titled to have their meals palatable, I the Florida Sunday School Asocias

held a meeting in the courthouse: Winston (all) __.___-_ (597( pleasing to tho taste to the cyo! and I tion through months of conscientious If Whiskers Need

,in Miami on; November 25, and formed % Yalobusha (Oernainder.. 10(! to the smell, and to have enough, for study, has brought out 'a standard i your ;
extermination Newton remainder .' 318! 1,075 which can he used in any and every
an organization ( ) such ? '
people stop eating when they
Sunday school in Florida. This stand- If Your HairIs
of the cattle tick. Twelve men, Georgia- Trimming or
have had enough. I ard has the following distinct advan- I, -
owning 218 dairy cattle, enrolled in Clayton (al1)) _______ 142 I' But what is the fault with Florida tages. 1. It is a standard; that is it

the new organization which later became Hancock (all\)._, -__l._ 630 cooking? is something which will cause each : As Long as "Rube"Allyn's ;'
Pickens _____ school to 'stretch forward." 2. It is
known as the Stock Growers'Association : (al1)) u 231 I
An fault
important is.due 19 the. reasonable too low for
Wilkes all\ _________ ; not a city '
of Southeast Florida. ( ) 458 employment very generally of negro school not too high for the smallest I We'll Attend to
The membership fee was fixed at $1, JLumpkin (part) _____ 150 1,511 cooks who delight in the generous use :I rural school. 3. It is eiwilyunder-
but contributions South Carolina stood. There are no complex clouded .
voluntary aggregating : -
of grease. They spoil a fine steak I Your Needs.Osceola '
$271 were obtained in a short Calhoun (all) _______ 391 it in in to'' points. 4. It aids each school in loyalty .
by frying addition
grease denomination because
its '
to own ,
I, time. This was supplemented by a I Saluda (all) ____n___ 435 the fat of the steak itself. It comes. under point 9 it requires denominational .I '

county apropriation of $500 and a Lexington i (all) _n___ 833 to the table dripping with grease, and i loyalty. 5. It unifies and makes .
campaign against the tick was be. Florence remainder)__ 207 1,866 what is left in the frying pan is similar the desire of all the religious: of

gun. A survey of the territory show- North Carolina carefully saved for the next time. It i Voters
that there about __ Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
ed were 850 cattle Northampton (pait) 100 100 becomes rancid and false
economy Your druriUI. will refund money If PAZO i .
a$ principally dairy cows, In the county. uses it over and over. Do such things OINTMENT UIU to cure any cue of Itching ,
The State Live Stock Sanitary officials 9,739 Blind Bleeding or Protruding Pile.In 6to McUyi.The i
happen in your kitchen? Probablynot first application give Kue and ReaL SOc.
and the U. S. Department of but watch and see for.yourself ---- t When you come to town :
Agriculture were called upon for assistance Bad breath, bitter taste, dizzinessand The rich juices of meats are smoth- ,

t4 five dipping vats were built, a general "no account" feeling i is ered this the candidates
by grease and much of the to look over .
1u and on May 8, 1915, regular dipping ''a sure' sign of a torpid liver. HERB nourishment is lost. Fish, oysters I For Congress, a

i began. By December 1, 1915, the the medicine needed. It makes .
and fix
meats and foods must be let
many us ;'
membership In tM Stock Growers' the liver active vitalizes the blood, fried in grease, but there is such a Fourth District i you up.

Association had increased to 155, the regulates the bowels and restores a thing as too much even of grease.
members of the association owning fine feeling of energy and cheerful FORREST. LAKE :
But what's the matter with grease in
between them nearly three-fourths ness. Price 60c. Sold by Osceola food, too much of it? It is difficult B-viler'sTonsorial Parlors
of the cattle in the
1 county. to digest. It must be broken up be- ofSanford

From May, 1915, when as has been fore it can be digested by the secretions -

:" said, regular dipping began in Dade Pharmacy.COOKItiG from the liver and pancreas. Graystone Casino Bldg. KENNETH P. BUTLER, Prop. .

county...,until the present time..not a The process is slow and an excess of ,

single cow has been lost from tick greasy substance tn the,food imposesan Paid' a..lIl..1) tiI

fever and over 200 head of pure-bred unnecessary burden on the digestive .

dairy cattle have been imported. By DR. J. Y. PORTER system, resulting in a general I

Previous attempts to import dairy State Health Officer Sluggishness of the entire physical .
stock had invariably resulted in fail- l body and finally in permanent dis OOOOO ooOOOOtOOOOO tOOOOO.OO.'OO..
ure, for the cattle ,succumbed to fek ability. t '

ver. This represented a serious loss "The Ix rdf made food-the Devil Feeding is a good deal of a science. } .

to the community'for the large winter made cooks I*' Some one once said that the way to o
i} resorts along the eastern coast Whoever said that the first time a man's' heart lies through his stom- Hey !

of Florida offered an excellent mar.' probably was inspired by a poorly ach. Certain it is that along the "

it ket for milk, cream and butter, and prepared meal, which impaired his same route lies the health, the normal I .

t to obtain the maximum returns from digestive works, perhaps brought ona I activity and normal developmentof . .

this market it was most"desirable to' severe headache and perfectly justified the child. It's up to the mothersof ,, ," '>" ...,.', ," ,,,- ,.'' I"':"(','--1., 'ii' "'': \''".,"',,,",,'.\.I iftt4) l{" ;'<" .;.i'' ;if, ":.. ,,. ,I ,'
.grade;'up the native herds by the im. his grouch against the cook., : Florida to see this route is not beset ,' ', ,;.'. ''':. ",'" : f;' "t'f: "P.\'I:, I ':\,';,,,,,''!,' "/ ,'..1 1'''i'f"A'\ d .;',," " .4/ M'i\ i t

portation of, pure-bred >,stock. :-. Hundreds of thousands of dyspep. or clogged ,by the ignorance of "'" ,,,, ; ". \' '',' ", 'i l' 4\
,Now that the,tick,, hag Wen/ drivenour tics ,then wouldlhaverrepoated ; /
/ careless < ,
,} ,, from'Dade ): j-.alnce: '" '& negro cooks... \\i\"<:% ,:},,\\,> ': ;\ 't '.' ':' ,,, < '; .''''' ", ,: ,{
and Broward counties and re echoed'lhe) \vord if they had '.' t ..
there is no. reason'why this 'grading. realized that they owed a large' share Ai .

i up process should not go on rapidly. of their ,physical ailments and mostof
Florida SchoolsThe
.' The work of freeing these counties their mental troubles and worries. Sunday DO YOU EAT ICE CREAM ?

K tr from the tick has cost citizens, county Ito poor cooking" i

and state about $1,600."This, sum But to have a good cook in the Florida Sunday School Asso-

t is regarded as insignificant in comparison house an essential preliminary is a ciat'on nrnrurcc to the schools of .
II' with the increased the adoption of the following ten.pont -
revenue mistress-the housekeeper-who is a

which better dairy herds will bring good cook herself, for no one can boas )standard:lvttg J .ern: . f Ask for "PURITY" at the Fount

: release of SchleUcher county !just how thnt job should be done. i 3. Graded. X
4.' Classes in Secondary! or Adult .
1\\ in the western part of Texas is also Perhaps that's the reason why so divisions, organized and enrolled. t

t regarded as an encouraging forerunner many: charming women preside over 6. Workers' conference or teach-
... Made in Kissimmee'r
of successful work in that state beautiful homes-beautiful in front, 'ers' meetings regularly held. _

) this year. A number of counties are in the parlor-but allow the kitchen C. Systematic plan for substitute
.A ,,showing! their interest in tick eradication to be a plague spot. teachrs.7. Teacher training class or student -

; by making appropriations of Domestic science, In its many bran- enrolled.. .' PURITY ICE CREAM COMPANY"
I :from $5,000 to $10,000 for the vigor- ches; I is often the subject for discus- 8. Cradle roll or home department. ,
<"Ws prosecution of the work'this sea. sion at same womeli's clubs. Exhaustive 9. Satisfactory conformity to De- :. PAUL McKEE MANAGERWELCOME
nominational Sunday School stand ,
.'*;'0". It so-3ms to be vry generally papers, elaborately culled front ard, including offering for ..denominaiorml : -
1' t recogfiized that the most successful the cook book or other authoritative work. .
t ;and most economical! way of freeing literature are written'and read by '10. Co-operation with district, 04044'ti 004044 0NEWSPAPERMEN'O OOCO.OOOO.OOOO..O++.

6"" ,the county from ticks is to make women} who in 'more. intimate circles county and stl1t 'aIl80datlon. - =-- -- ;--- -=--- - - -.- - .:.,
- -
lie who aims"at 'nothing generally
11' dipping vats readily accessible to remark that couldn't
r hits it. Every successful undertak- OOO .O'.O."
every part of the county and then to make a loaf of bread and.don't know ng-be it business, social, political or : .. .
\ Insist that all cattle be dipped regularly how it should be made. The most religious has an aim. without a ,
every two weeks for one sea- practical acquaintance with domestic! definite fixed. _goal I, the drift of the .

: .. clence is gained- only in the home business would be toward .nowhere. .
Did without destination
you ever see a ship a !
: where the housekeeper with bared ; a life withouUa purpose; an .
GEORGIANS TESTIFY arms and mussed-up hair and flushed organization without an objective T :

face is studying out chemistry of Aimless!, purposeless, they accomplish '. / .

f TO MAYR'S REMEDY cooking in the laboratory of the kitchen. little.should be The a religious unit in its world purpose of Florida to Improve : We are still busy with our big sale, but we always have timeto

There the theories of the cookbooks .
moral civic and religious condi-
Liven Redeemed and Fortune In are tested out and discarded if tions. : say a word of good cheer to yon "good fellows." _

t i .Health Are RecoverrJ. they don't,work. Not until the mistress Id no part of the church life is this .,

Most of the problems of health orig is In command of tho situation as unity in the of realm purpose of so the well Sunday acomplished school .: Like

inate ,in the stomach. Most of these equal to all emergencies, qualified to Sunday school work is quite similar Political CandidatesWe
' ailments can,be cured. Thousands of meet them from her first own prac- in whatever denomination it is done. .
''people right in the state of Georgia
In the state of Florida there
are :
tical experience, can she demand
,f are needlessly suffering from stomach4ronbles per- approximately: 1260 Sunday schools want to make an announcement the voters of the county.
fection from her servant.
F : while thousands of others with perhaps 10,000 teachers and officers .
J have found health by the use of Mayr's "The proof of tJle pudding b in the and more than 80,000 pupils.
' Wonderful Remedy. The first dose of We have taken over the Bankrupt Stock of the Dann
w remarkable is eating'' and most of the kitchen recipe There never has been definite aim : : Deportment -
this remedy proof .
1'. Here are the word of two Georgians are tried out, not on the dog, Store and are closing out at .
'r who have used it: but on the family LA GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED"Your j
B. DUNCAN W. Peachtree StAtlanta ..
Ga. *.! took battle ofMayr The expert domestic scientist must .
-- one Quirk's Chill Tonic cured my Real
: Prices
*. Wonderful Remedy and It did be an expert in the! selection. food husband of LaGrippe and Fever after Bargain .
( me so much good. I must continue the for her table and equally an expert, in the
doctor' medicine and other remedies : ,
'J treatment. > Its preparation. How man .Floridahousekeepers
I /
SAUSTA THOMAS 65 La France failed." : COME IN AND SEE' US. '
1 St. Atlanta Gav "I have taken ,can qualify T LULA C. ROACH, Drifton Fla. .
t' remedy for five wecka I feel lie I For answer, watch the crowds passing Sold by Osceola Pharmacy, 25c. :
hardly: known my strength--my appetite ,along the'\streeta of any Florida J
t' U fine.? QUALITYSTORE .
Mayr" Wonderful Remedy gvespermanent ( city or village From the closest examination Inc.

results for stomach, liver of individuals, how manyof c ,
d;, and Intestinal ailment,. Eat a* much the average hundred appear in
r 'and whatever you like. No more distress good health, strong and content? C. W J DAMN ."
after eating, pressure of gas in Not than one-half. THE STORY STORE Manager
the stomach and around ,the heart. nor
Out of the other half how many do *
Get one bottle of year druggist now .* r
and try It on an absolute guarantee are victims of (insufficient ,
.4f,not ..tlsJSecIlDODe7.will be ret uraeL you .suppose,.r nutrition. or malnutrition T ...i.- -.. ". .... *****... ...o.... . ... .. .... .... ..... .... .. tf tlllllMMIMMIMHI. :

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i '' .when""" mlht e(profitable,to make:the latter :
of-eumtnor pasture >
I menls In farm and local papers. _a. The stalk and blade art dry period* ,
'" '
f 0 is short" applieatbM first and v,It;will.certainly
'of the. velvet' beane'and' tie food feed.: ;
these la favor The farther sooth 'one roes' the be moei'profitable to'apply- the"'
: News Notes Chinese bean will' give good shade In: addition to point
quickly; The Chinese is one of the of the.silo,. C.;, II. Ecklea of the Ml.-- more important the. silo becomes as :two together. 1\\

it late. These ourl Experiment Station gives,the a means of preserving feed, The
best because will
FURNISHED. BY UNIVERSITY. OF FLORIDA .. be planted as soon grow as the ground ,following:_ foregoing reasons, can be multiplied To have n, fin. healthy:complexion.

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE- fa may warm. Seeds may be obtained from i "1. Silage keeps young stock about three times in Florida.:. If the .-the liver must be actin, the bowel.

farmers or e edsmen.Th.9 thrifty and growing all 'winter. 2. It silo, ie profitable in Missouri, where regular and the blood pure. All this
i I and rain and weevils and la brought' about by using UERBINE.
the fat beef cheaply than ,the sun
seed more
VELVET BEANS GOOD 'I agaUng a grove Is to obtain best vines for shade are among produce .
does feed 3.,. It enable eows.tproduce' corn ear worms do not contrive to de-; It thoroughly scour th ,lhrert stomach
FOR COVER CROP and bud wood. Mr.; Rolfs advises the perennials, according to Mr. Halt I dry
I butter and,' milk economically troy. the crop, why should U.not be and bowels aruI-puU\ the body in
to more
those who want to start n' ,grove |ma.: Of these .the trumpet vine or : ""
'Those farmers who want a cover engage seeds and bud wood in ad Bigonla venusta and the pink vine or \:\ 4. Silage !la more 'conveniently profitabl. In Florida?' I fine condition white and restores that dear much,
) pink and complexion so
r. to grow among trees should vance. 'It is advisable to grow the Antigon leptopus are good.The I handled. than dry fodder.
.....'V crop>ntrider l 'earl,. velvet.bean A crop early, late or 'very late varieties,because trumpet vine can stand a lower temperature ( 5. The' silo prevent waste of of cornstalks If fertilizers! fail to make a crop,'' desired by ladies. Price SOc. Sold by

that doe trot climb the trees Is desirable. the intermediate will have :to and more shade than the In. the manure when silage 1* try an application horse aense. It' Osceola Pharmacy."

For" this reason.cowpea. are compete with the seedlings, which pink vine. Both sprout again in fed. 6 The silo will make palatablefood ,

"X3m riUy used. .But their seed are ripen about midseaaon., The earliest spring.. Numerous other vines adapted of stuff that would, not beaten '

f'-- subject to- weevil, and several fung. Tarletle.'are the Baldwin and Early; to Florida are listed .in Florida otherwise 7. It enables the farmerto -

OUt dl.eases'Injure them. Then, too, late, Trapp; very late, ,Guatemalan. nursery catalogs preserve food which mature.. at a .
most of them are subject to root- I rainy time of year, when drying Mr. Citrus Grower: SI
knot SCHOLARSHIPS OFFERED IN SILO SAVES CORN would be next to impossible. 8. It is For the time being{ we can supply'you with '
DESOTO COUNTIES I the moat economical method of supplying tree l
.ef Velvet bean* are liable to'few diseases POLK AND '
( : insect enemies the food for stock during, the hotww.n.w.rww
; and except Potash -
.. 5 caterpillar; and.if early varieties are The boys'! short course at the University Will you build a silo this summer t I II s 'Water- Soluble.
it and let it -
not pay
planted early they ,will escape even of Florida is growing stead. I Why put up .

f this. For grove planting, John Bell- ily. Of course it will not be held I For itself Listen, corn that standsIn I f ALL 'YOU WANT' AS LONG AS ,IT, LASTS.

,1',, ling, assistant botanist to the University until some time next fall, bet, unlike I the field until. most farmers are: madeIn" regard'to .
be ready to harvest it lose from 60 to This is the mC interesting
of Florida Experiment Station, other meeting, the closely attendance beforehand.can 75 per cent:of its feeding value. This Ili 1 Florida fertilization since the' beginning of the European war,
secommends several early bean. The estimated pretty and it is in with our custom of being leaders in this in.
loss is estimated by C. L.:Willoughby, keeping
club will
which has a
county :
called the 100- Every
first is the Georgia ( '\. i du *,.
animal the
of husbandry t.ry.
and it,looks if every professor <
day velvet bean), which is a sport of be 'represented a* '
in the state will have a University of lorlda-College of Ag '
; the Florida and is grown extensivelyin county ..
Most of the first prizes this riculture. If corn Is cut and shockedthe IDEAL FERTILIZERS .'
Georgia. Planted in April or May, club. ,
same is true. Even if it were not
Its} pods arc ripe from August to September -. year will be scholarships.The announced' subjected to the weevils, the corn ear : have for a quarter-century represented the beat'al1d most com.,

It does'not climb much. latest scholarships and rains about plete line of plant food combination possible to offer to thegrowers
hot heavy ,
worm, sun
Except for its earliness, small size by G. L. UeninlrtGn'stato club agent,. 35 to 40 cent of the feeding value of Florida, and now in this trying period IDEAL FERTILIZERS ' -'
counties.TheY' per
and DeSoto
and smaller branches it resembles theo ate for Polk almost unlimited
I would be lost by harvesting only the THE GEM are doing the Impossible-giving
Florida, from which its seeds cannotbe are offered by the All Purpose Charcoal Stove PQTASH content and all POTASH. Ie i strictly WATERSOLUBLEK20.
Harbor and Northern railroad. The .. ,
be obtained
Seed -
distinguished. may Mad of drop.attest mstal.will not crackra .
\ from Georgia. and. Florida road runs through these two countiesand >rafe. It will boll the won cook a mad., .
seeds men. is interested in their agricultural Cud .hsM Ne your smoli Irons..-flio,aM odor.on very llttls charcoal. 1918 IDEAL FRUIT AND VINE "

The Yokohama bean is nearly as development. One of tho best ways PRICE $1.50 Am. 3 to' 4%; A. p, A., 6 to 8%; Wat.-SoI. Pot., 5 Q.6%. '
but has thick to obtain that end Is through club For Bal by all Pro.r...l..bsalsrs '. :
less. work, because the scientific methods THE Florida Mftal Product Company
hulls, and probably bears a which .learn now will reflect on aeso EveRORECN! ! AVENUE. Am. 3 to <1<701; A. P.:A., 6 to B\\ Wat.-Sol. Pot., 10 to 11% w
quantity seed. It, too, is a small JACKSONVILLE! FLA.
\# plant; and does not climb m ch.I the counties in the future when the I l Sand for our csnsral catalogues. I CHEROKEE FRUIT GROWER. -I
The 'Wakulla bean has thin hulls boys haVte' taken the places of their .
and larger pods than the Georgia._ It fathers. Furthermore, boy .
velvet. the nucleus for a better farming'community. .
is free from the objectional 0 -OSPUATE FORMULAS

I It is xactly as early as the Yokohama *. He will not only make a l. ooooO'OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO and any other analyses to meet; your need '
seeds. better farmer as a result of his own
but gives a larger crop of TRADE MARK REGISTEREDPHOSLIME : Our New Catalogue will bo ready soon. .Writs,to ia:
Planted early in May, the seeds will information, but by his influence ir.

mature in September.DRY tho community he will cause other Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Company
k farmers to seek his methods !
.- MmmtmetmT .. IDEAL r'EnTILI.EneI
: WEATHER MAKES SUC. -- _..ri... .. / ,
f" CESSFUL TRANSPLANTING SHADE VINES HELP ;. ...r....... G..... N/tr.t..1 ..*. ..4' All *>rtlllM>r Material
DIFFICULT. KEEP HOUSE COOL IX-aler la .rerl.s .....I..rF ... '..ett l4e..

Did you. ever punch a hole in the Did you ever notice the difference' '

p ground. and watch the dry sand roll between shade from green plants and . -

t in? That makes a bad place for a from an awning? One is manmadeand -- -- -- -- -- -. .,
; ...
r', ,transplanted plant In the first place the other is natural. Canvas can- CORN .... "'II!'
. L it is hard to get the earth pressed not give such cool shade as plants. "PHOSLIM has given better yields on .
>: firmly around the roots of a plant in Those folks who have south and west than any other source of Phosphoric AcmesIMMEDIATE : Lumber Co. ,

-I, dry weather. Even if it could be porches and windows which the sun I. NOW May

, j' done well the plant would have is shines on will find vines helpful.The DELIVERY

hard time establishing feeding relations : greatest difficulty is to get a Wholesale and Retail Dealers !.
Price F.,O. B. Plant Bags : I
soil. It that will fast enough to be v-r '
with the immediate vine grow '
probably would\ die before the moisture useful by the time hot weather comes. CARLOAD LESS THAN CARLOAD. : YELLOW: PINE LUMBER: .: :

-! reached it. Those who have perennials will not $9.00 Per Ton $IO.OO Per Ton :
There is very little moisture inmost need to worry; but many people will and Laths
Shingles 't
soils .this spring. It has been want to plant annuals, at least' until WRITE FOR BOOKLET.. : .
i it through the March wind and the perennials get started F. F. ft
t' and there has not Halma, assistant horticulturist to'the HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY ,
warm sunshine FLORIDA[ SOFT PHOSPHATE & LIME[ CO."j t '
been enough rainfall to take its place. University of Florida Experiment All We ask U let it figure on your estimates. t
C.6K. McQuarrie.state agent, for the Station recommends the Kudzu vine '
', Ocala Florida and Prompt Delivery
Courteous Attention ;
Box 462 .
University of Florida Extension DiVision for quick shade. The roots may be . '" ..
/ ; recommends that all trans-' planted in April. They are cheap and .00000000.000.0.0040. I.' Kissimmee fla. '
planted plants be watered.V.It; Is well : can be had easily, See advertleeMUSTANG- : Phone 2t ,
3'4'; is' to, ._ r, .' -. .' ,' ,," o' _
where the plant -------- AI.
_. : that the place ------- .. ._ .
... .....
, a.stand be watered. This will prevent .. -- ,. -

the dry soil from entering when a ,
hole is opened to recelvo the plant.
The 'of the worldare 7f
Then another soaking will b 8 advisable eyes
when the plant is set. Pour the For Sprains Lameness, .

water at the side of the plant so that Sores Cuts. Rheumatism .*' '

the.soil will be settled about its roots. Penetrate and Heal. the who I' The Favorite Store of KUtimmee I. 1

If the water is poured directly on the Stops Pain At Once on man . 'J
plant a hole will be washed out.
Transplanting should be done in For Man and Beast "

the late afternoon. In the morning a I 2Sc.SOc.$I. At All Dealers. FURNITURE? .1 f

littfe dry dirt should be sifted on the

wet place around the plant to prevent LINIMENT&SEEDS SAVESPAUSE .

rapid evaporation ,

--'- -WE HAVE IT !

The popularity of avocado fruits is .

growing steadily in the big eastern .

( cities of the North. The demand in ) .for.a moment. young man, '- .
'I 'f r those cities has never been supplied.
There is also a potential demand fn ,( a.M ,. a thought to sell. The In'connecdon with oar Hardware line % 'carry 'complete .;, I-

many other cities where the fruit is I m.a line furniture. We make a specialty: ., evUUtiaf homes, an4Randl

not known. There is a small fortune' problems that'confront you now, or .. reliable .

in the culture of this fruit for the We carry an tll. .
leading and .tand-' will few hence.
man who cares to prepare for it. and varl..U". lhat'ha..e a years .
been. tested Bed Room Dining
I Those who contemplate setting a ,v and known .0 b. ,

grove should<<, begin preparations now. .oil adapted and ell lo mal.our.. Leak about jro.-the mea.of affairs la country, state, .tiora-JeI, Room Suits, Kitchen Outfits Par- .

The avocado is suited to citrus soils w. .... ..." r.kaLraeLl. is.the world, are tke Ben who started to cave early: in life. ,

and prefers the best type. The culture .eat of all railhe:/: lor Suits Odd Chairs, Rockers,

is practically the same as for citrus 1, z seed.ea.onable.. crop I They Lave the reaped ..d.confidence! of the community.: .
according to P. II. Rolfs, dean of j Couches Etc.

the University of Florida College of IF-F.n PF1'""IT. Then look oa the other sidt-at. the fellows who rpend! all II 7 ,
the Experiment 1\10. I NOIITIICAIIOI.INA time for. while but wSiat does tl j
Agriculture and director of i1'y make-they: may hare a food ,

) Station. The land should end th" mall personality: reflect? This store is making a record for itself in the matter of

r-j cleared of trash and well prepared. \ Crop.flp""ah Two helping people to outfit homes. Come and sea Oar prices are
The organic i. the best form of nitro I A dollar or to deposited in this bank will be the

gen for avocadies, and prospective! I ItV.Kn. Rorarum fOltV.. n.Mil1ft. *.vtrar -.. I nucleus of an honorable, independent career.

avocado land should be needed to a (.lltfBV.W.edNt'I)1V' TthmlvsOr 1 I Make :year beginning now-today. Your rightTOOLS r

leguminous crop before the grove is I .m. ChufOWI'HAH ... I bank book will pare the way.:
(' Knfflrfnrn. %.t FOR I ENGINEERS:
$ planted. "'Kl."V"TIIK4N4.
,I Velvet beans is one of the best I 1'nl..n' .. '

crops for this purpose, and feed it in will addition Rice end. Lowland F'TOMATO Seed I tate Bankof No matter what land of an Engine'yon hare-Gat, Steam, '
furnish an abundance
rf.AWrLlrwnf.n '" Railroad or Stationary Engine-we have,exactly: the Tool you
the soil. It
for "
to the nitrogen 'f' ,F
will be ..well however, to.*turn the ... rbe F.nea.fy....... need in your everyday work -Wrenches, Hammer Oilers, ate.,

under as green 'manure, because Jobsn.erW.tte- all of the best quality and workmanship, and at- prices that will

crop the tree will need the organic mat- .. u.. tnI' { Kissimmee surprise yen. This store has this. reputation. of lI..cIJia17
should we 4lr. nrtnr fn/n.iplnld .. hardware that U of seperforquality: and yon will make H mie-. a
ter. Those who have groves set "en", Ora I. _________. 100000.00 .
,lv>iil'rv ;Freit i.n.lserlptive i Capital stockResources -______ stock.
,prepare for a summer' cover crop of t 8u..01l.... Our de.. _...____________________... 400,000.00 -take in coming. here NOW. and 'hupectinf- ear.'Wg-
weed, or: some catalogsjff .
'vt xJvet' bean, beggar .. oqr.que.t "
I ,.the* legume. Careful culture should Officer and Directors.C -
"AtuTPATi1P0tThvFur; I
:be given in '' "....-l a 11.1lav.y t A. CARSON: Preu. J. M. LEE. Vice: Prat.

v* The* greatest difficulty with_ prop. . St M. KATZ. Zed Vice Pre.U Osceola IIadwarpomny
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;larfget aria r to ttae.Pale.nnd Sickly It.A.PIARTIN SEED ,ROMA, 'THOMAS. Cashier ; 1'LJ ;f f.k.
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S ,. J. Born In Alabama, attended college:A 'in BOOSTING FLORIDk" .z '.'
WA TCFI YOUR STEP"HOW .Ash '*,newvpaper n"l believe in Virginia;- afterwards taught school I Put up the }first school!'.buildinga* : ,

..... ". ., advertising, but am handicapped by and,worked'on: newspapers alternate-I Wildwood and was..foremost In estate, '

; JI' JI" JI' JI' JI' JI' JI' JI' JI' the usual impecuniosity of the editorof ly| came to Yalaha, Sumter county,:lishing' first high achooand.' .buildingat ,
I a village weekly. I will, therefore, FU., March 15th, 1877;, taught. school i Loeiburg. (
YOU MAY BREAK THE LAW AT ANY '-TIME have to depend, upon the 'unfailing in that region, off 'and on, four years; While' editing a weekly lat Wlld- 1
." generosity of brother editors to let in the'mercantile business about four wood, was'the' first editor in Florida J,,;

If the corrupt practice act of the"ivate position or to-essist him In, procuring -. spend money only for the. following J It be known that I en> "a candidateand years, balance of th* 'time edited' Rigorous and persistent at
state is "to be' obeyed' and stfjte.\ and' any office of pocition. purposes, to-wit "For' his traveling. at course, any support they may newspapers, at Wildwood; Oxford, tack on '*> railroad company. Wi -
CQunty'candidates are to" escape'pros- "' ,Section? ". 6 makes it unlawful fojT1* 'expenses, fee for 'qualifying, stenographic give me will bekeenly appreciated. Brookiville, Leesburg, < .Gaine vlll. nesses; Frank Harris of Ocala and.1, q.c ,
s ect'ution or disqualification under' this candidate oc; other person'dlrocUy pr work, clerks r at' 'campaign' Here is my. record, briefly stated; and ..Punta Gorda, all the, while ,E. Barwick of Palmetto. '1"1'

act, they will have to watch their Indirectly or', by any pretext whatever headquarters, to address,prepare and .,. ..
--- --- ---- ---- --- -
notice receivedby to'employ or hire political workers mail campaign literature ''telegram, j ;;I '
step! according: ,to the ; ; ----1 .. ('1..
Sheriff L II.,Ingram from Gover. or persons to canvass, electioneer, telephones, postage freight, express;' .
J'< nor Pak Trammel! Gov Trammel! or to make public ''addresses for or stationery, list of voters,.ofTic rent, ""' -; "

calla the attliff's particular attentionto 1 against! a candidate or to pay their newspaper: advertising, advertising in '
the fact that It is his duty to' enforce traveling or 'other expenses for such campaign book, printing and the rent
the law wherever he finds it I purposes It. Is unlawful for a person for hall in which W address the ... -

violated. to accept such employment voters. Prince Albert will 7' _
Fof example, county candidates who It is i also unlawful for a candidate, A candidate who ; expends money .' t' F" '
may ba expending ironcy to employ or any other person to hire or employ for other -purposes In behalf**ot his "
vehicles to voters to the place where a person to go around over the state I.candidacy violates the Iqw.. show you the real' 'i'"
they pay poll tax, or who\ may be I to circulate t campaign literature. A ", The law requires all candidates to
purchasing refreshments for prospective reference, to Section 6 will show thatit 't"make at certain times sworn detail
voters or who may even' be allowing prohibits all kinds of graft. I statements of their. campaign. oxpcntlitures. ..- I .road-to !
their friends to do those 1 Section 9 requires that .all campaign -

things, are guilty of violating,,: tlie, act literature: bo signed by the au- Reward.' .
and the sheriff is called tipo'n to see I'' thor and political newspaper! "uils"I A reward of $150.00 will be paid I / "
that they ere prosecuted.A be marked "Paid Advertisement," I
I for the arrest and conviction of any III
reward of $150( in offered for any and provides. penalties for failure. person violating the provisions of tho i,
the convictionof Section 10 is against eleventh'hour
person bringing about '
Chapter-6470 or for the violation
this attacks This section makes .it un-
a violator.of act.
of any of .the provisions of too registration -
The communication to Sheriff In lawful for any candidate or otherpCf's or- ,
primary election laws or .
gram reads: . n during the eighteen days next .
of the violation of the law'which for- ( .,
To the Sheriffs of Florida:. I before the primary to publish or circulate i'- '
bids the of
payment poll -tax exceptby ....... .
.. As section 16 of Chapter 6470( of ahy charge orattack, upon any the person who owes the same': 'I
tho Lows of Florida-being the Corrupt I candidate, unless a copy of said I 'M'bp
i Practice Act, specially requires : charge or attack has been personally !
served the candidate least I and a few corrupt politicians who 1.N .
the sheriffs of the state to exercise upon nt r
strict vigilance in the detection of I eighteen! days prior to the date for would attempt to buy their way into .'
i office the people'of Florida N
violations of its provisions, I beg to the primary. I over-
whelmingly want honest, clean elec-
Under this law candidate who
bring your attention to. certain important I a
tions.I was made to create tobacco
this than he is allowed to
provisions under law as expends more PRINCE'ALBERT
follows: I I expend I under its limitations is sub fell sure that the Sheriffswill be existed before! It permits .
Section 5 makes it unlawful for a ject to punishment and forfeits his active to this end.Yours I men to smoke all they want without gettinga

candidate to attempt to further his right to get his name on the primary very truly, sore tongue, without any comeback: but real
candidacy by promising to give or I ballot or general election ballot. ''PARK TRAMMELL, I tobacco enjoyment I The patented process by which

appoint a person to a public or prier The law allows the candidate to Governor. I Prince Albert is made (and controlled exclusively "

- - -- - ----- ---- --------- ----------- fixes that-and bite
by us) cuts out and parch 1

\ba in a hurry to plant this year, because
SENATOR KERN GIVES indications are that the spring JORDAN ENTERS RACE

will be late. Of course the boll wee- ALBERT

PRAISE TO N. P. BRYAN vil will is not to grow be considered well until: the but weather cotton FOR STATE SECRETARYAdrian RINEE Ii II I I e

becomes favorable. '' li II
the national joy smoke
DEMOCRATIC LEADER 01UP Cotton has little ability to recover P. Jordan, editor of the
PER HOUSE SAYS FLORIDA from injuries of cold, unfavorable Punta Gorda Herald, has entered the comes riGht to ycur; : trte::::: feir: nnd square I And it I l'' 1

SIIOULD BE PROUD OF HER )weather. Cold nights in May make it race for Secretary State of Flor- \vill do f;4 ycu %*hat it has done for: thousands, of t,9 if
SENATOR, WHO HAS CONFI- especially susceptible to rust. It is ida. He writes the Valley Gazette as men-make pipe i or cigarette smoking the cheerful-
GOOD WILL OF also suffer from other ,
DENCE AND mora likely to fololws: .
I est of pleasures I I I I
SENATORS. ( diseases to its weakened your .
ALL HIS FELLOW owing con Dear Brother: I have decided to Ihw i /
dition. become candidate for of Patna. /JSSi 1. to .tSWtet we ten about Prince ... .
of Indiana, I a Secretary _....../{ cce I. : you. ossGeunstlesCi I _
Senator John W. Kern, Were there is plenty of moistureand 1I 1 '
Albert is fact that will rL
Itt&fa'njl2n.i a out ct
Democratic leader of the upper house i the soil is worm the need may pound prove ,RcrEIrOe, e(
anJaaU-po.wd tiw It.mld_. to satisfaction '
of the national law-making: .body, be soaked before planting. But if .. I -and-yin 'km c/.J' poun d your just as quicklywiiim".ir
N. P. Ask Your Grocer : .....1_ rife as lay In a stock and fire-up I 0.f1.n.w..iY.11Wab.....,..
pays a fine tribute to Senator the soil is not moist it -will 'draw the ...r'.'''.' you ..u1.-4, "r--.. J......
of Florida, the following moisture from the seed and arrest I ."* IMI"a11d1r.wlaar -
Bryan, I AMTwIuT. / R.1. RLTROLDS TOBACCO CO., Wl--.SJ ..N.C ... -
letter to C. A. Carson, of this city. germination. The seed will then be .For
He says: in worse condition than it was before i

C, A. Carson, Esq. jt was soaked. I : CHEEKNEACSCOFFEES -___- ______. ____ -_______ ____ __ __ _____ __ h___ _ __ ___ __ __ .
My Dear Sir: I have had several oo ooo .ooooooooooo ooooooooooooooo o ooooooooooooooooooooo
c from people in etate ,
inquiries your '
'whom I knew in Indiana enquiring I : .... .. ......................................
about Senator Bryan:-his ability, influence
and standing in the senate.: I : : 'I
have answered all t.hese.enquiries I ; .
tating that Senator. $Bryan and I en- I .1 Best By Every Test ,

'' Vered.the- Senata! : onJLhe .same, day,- . V ..
I that we occupied cbnnectifig'rooms at, : .," \ j
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the same hotel, for some months,' and ; --!
that our acquaintance has since been I.

so close and intimate that I know him igiOlL BIII IDE R WELCOMEEDITORS. ,

i through and through and have as I II I
great affection for him as I if he werea II
kinsman. I Blowers Ground Limestone makes-acid soils

Because of his great ability and I sweet. Itreleasespotash.salta and l"mrts
sterling qualities he was given an I strength and vigor to growing crops H nI 1 Ir.-es. r J ''', a ie ei1
important committee chairmanshipwhen I Blowers' limestone ground.unusually fine 114 ' .
: he had been in the Senate only readily mixes with the soil. Containtio impurities a i t C t
two years\ and his other committee -can be applied at any time-is i art. .
inexpensive. Write for literature and .
'assignments! are such as are usually prices. ji J
When Nathan P. Bryan speaks, the Box K 308, Ocala, Florida r ,
Senate listens, because all of us know i llr w

r that he has something to say that is .
worth while for he never discusses a -
subject until he has 'mastered it
:I' He baa the confidence and goodwillof
his fellow Senators on both sides .
of'the'Chamber, and for that reason . I .. COME IN AND SEE ,
he has great influence. in shaping leg ,

1 islation.Florida ought to be- proud of Senator ( "SAM", "STEVE""DUSTY"

Bryan, 'for no state has a mon
t faithful, or more influential Senator
t than he.You .
will not find la, member of the

Senate who will hesitate to endorseall ''Just what Confraciors Nee WHILE '
that I have written concerning .hlm. _' - r

I. I With kind Yours regards JNO.very, I am W.truly KERN., |ln Stock Made io Order YOU'RE HERE.. .

r s WHAT WILL THECOTTON Structural steel of all l kinds a specialty-I-beams.

FARMER DOT channels ar.gles, stays, bolts, etc., '
Cotton farmers in
are a predicament
this year. If they wait too Hardwoods i in variety--ash,birch cedar cherry

long to plant they will catch the boll cypress mahogany,maple oak and white pine.
weevil. If they plant too soon the,
cotton may be damaged by cold. C.
9 v K. McQuarrie, state agent for the The Merrill-Stevens Company )
University of Florida Extension Division

: thinks that farmers should not" Good SerVice-Quick Delivery .Pa.lace Drug Store "

.Complete lines carried in stock Best equipped :

-JAX machine shop in Southeast for special 1 work. :

t" ?BISCUIT. A complete force of workmen ready for road O.N BROADWAY t

work at all times. Particulars quotations
; s.da cracker, made right; *f .

beat materials. ,,*a cleanest on short_notice. Wire"'phone or write us. -, : ; YOU CAN'T MISS IT f
t .
.bakery .f &. Seutlu Quana- I
_ t teed freak. and.crisp by dealers .. ,, \'
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? ,and.maker One ell22 kind. Merrl -Ste'fens Company ;) , 'i '. t t

.. k "D.: .._-f'." 600 to.654 East, Bay'Street t I' ;" ' ' .I ; .,.\ .' (,

Jacksonville. ;. Florida. '+J' .- ... ,. i .' .!'_. .i_'.. . II......... .. . ..... '" lY"F"F"F"t: .
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; men or, exhibit I I Net a Skeptic.; ing by the, poult'ry': I remember him. Be ',,wast goe L
Wf uGh GRADE BEEF STEERS BRING Special reference was ,made to the "Do' you belter the good die I : . think be could get a job aa ev
"Hamfat'Is out of *job.HT""I. ,butler," ..I
use of the building' for storing farming young-T. .asked the optimistic board, sv tai lv MMM I ,
: implements to be used er.' i member that fellow who .,newest feature .In neckwear: :Je + 1

M FORTY DOLLARS .MORE ,PER HEAD atively by the & & .co-ope..1 I '-I'do," replied the peslmist, "judg, the'part of a butler so w un, of leather. .. .

,? r ber*. It is recognised by its offjcera .

to"ral.eI I and members that soon .. .. .:-... .. .....:.. .
:: \ya.btnpn.-That, It, pays many, : fI... 1" '" r1f... 11\1' .. .- .-,
TRUCK GROWERS PLAN policy of co-operatively buying and -
If goof stock I I.. illustrated by' the experience "
ranchmen who using,the. costlier and heavier of "
of two Utah.
-1, sent their steer to the same Marketon TO ERECT BUILDING fanning Implements must be adopted :
J'i.,' the .same day. Both ran their by th* organization. Editors of' Florida! J
Several months ago the Kissimmee .,
stock National Forest ranga: un'r4hder ,
on I "
', the grating permits, both used NEED STRUCTURE!:; AS STOREHOUSE Produce' Growers' adopted a resolution .
; :
to the effect that tbe'co opera- '
the name amount of range per head ,WAREHOUSE, OFFICE t -
tlon of the Board ,.of Trade, theCity.Council
; .. ,
of stock, and both paid samegrazing -
; AND FOR and the County'Commlssiottrers .
'fee. One closo svttenX4Wito j :
gave THE PRODUCTS OF FARMS be, enlisted in -establishingand '"
the'.ebctlon of his breeding WE GREET YOU
AROUND KISSIMMEE''GIVEUP maintaining a, permanent exhibit, of Ad
nly'bllrhgrade bulls.The .
cows nd used
,s botanical .
FAIR IDEA, J.agricultural, horticultural, ,
other made effort to improve
no '
insect etc. specimens'produced In ,,
# '
owner of the
liis herd. The high-
I President Fancier was'lufflclently Osceola county. The matter was first

'" 'more grade for stock his stares I received than$40,the per owner head,of recovered from his .broken ribs and r taken. up with. the;'.Board of Trade, H NEWSPAPERS'. ARE. THE
other runaway horse injuries sustained .
the common stock. II | -I
of the National Forest recently, to preside at 'last Satur '
On one
I\ stock ranges the stockmen club to- day's 'meeting of the Kissimmee. Produce World's 'Greatest Educational MediumS
Groweis organl tion.I \d '
t t srether-,- it is reported and.. buy high- sr4a1Tiii.s '
1 I This meeting decided that the task
grade bulls which are owned as coma L L
of prompting a fair for OsCeola county .
munity Since the administration ,
IB undertaking too large for the ,
an 1
of the forests is in the hands /$ A CLEAN

of the Department of Agriculture, ;I organization hear future. tlt The. this expenditure time or in the of '*, We want Intelligent People to Deal with. '' .
desire to ,
is .
naturally there a great ,
? breeding 1!'[work and time necessary would be .... ,
encourage the Use of godo" "
tock and to eliminate scrubs. In 1 more I than the organization's officers That's' the kind who'are responsible(: :" "
or members could afford from their
general, the effort is to make the!1 .. ,
I duties. It the meet "
occupational was
ranges a, beneficial. to the countryas 'ing's..sense that the fair matter be our Twenty-eight Years "of Successful .. : '
ible. This la done partly by '
{bald abeyance until amore propitious y
t __ making experiments and studies to .':'
methods season Business in Kissimmee.We've '
find nut-to what extent new
, I II. Edmund Swabey moved the
.. will pay. adoption of aproposltlon that the rIt'Bnlzation's ,
An example: is a series of experi-
officers be instructed to
ments covering the use of sheds and
investigate the feasibility of obtain-
. small fenced pastures during lambing
j the erection of build- '
ing a site a
t\ time which Forest officer!! say, has Been Re-elected
!. t." the value ing for the use of this organization.This A meat market, above all place,
1 practically demonstrataed was adopted.It should be CLEAN AND SANITARY I-
of this method In increasing the number I 'c
was pointed out that this build- .- When the meat come on
of lambs saved. Although the P Ps
ing will be needed for several pur- the table you like to know it comes s
ranges on most of the forests are said poses--storehouse, warehouse, office, from such a market. It doesn't '

to the be experts practically believe stocked it is to possible the limit to, Inspection' and shipping headquartersand i cost much to be clean-just some For almost 30 years the voters of Osce- t
little and hour'swork
also as a place for displaying water, a soap an
increase the output of the ranges
horticultural, agricultural, botanical, now and then. -,
substantially through improved arborous, animal and Insect spedTK We pride ourselves on cleanliness. ola county have chosen us as, the purveyors -
methods o f utilization. One of the .
. most promising of these methods is
,4 to increase the average weight of the Order today the choicest meats
animals turned off by Improving the from a CLEAN MARKET.

grade of stock on the ranges. The PHONE '44.
55 thorough-bred eats no more grass STORY STORE

., than the scrub, weighs more pounds
''! when fat, and sells for a higher price, I .,. .
, additional burden .
'! without'putting any r / ;
.-4 on the range itself. i 1_ .
That livestock leaves the National .

JL.. .. 'r. Forest range in excellent condition is We expect to Keep it up' .
;- indicated by several Instances reported .e. = sea

by forest officers during the sea- .
son of 1916. Sheepmen using the Comeand, see us i

Hayden National Forest range in 1Hp11iiflll.1Thsing t

Colorado agreed at a reoent meelinc

that their 1915 lambs averaged fully .

ten pounds per head above the aver- kATZ ..
age of ten years ago, which they at- _ _ _ }_ _ ;- M. 1,
tributed entirely to the results of 0 :

j) range conservation. Of two large \

shipments of lambs from the' Wyom- :. At the Same Stand Kissimmee, .FloridaPrinters' .;' I,
ing National forest, one averaged

eighty and the other eighty-four "

k ls' pounds per head on the scales at Costs ... '. t..

4a'' ;, Omaha.'" .The average weight of 60-

P4 1000, head of April .and May 'lambsfrom confront everybody!

the Madison Forest in Montana, ,
'after being shrunk for twelve hours, This is an era of ascending costs, a periodof To : '

was 75.7 pounds each. An even more price advancement withoutf erallel No" : .,..... :

surprising result is reported from the statistical chart needed to prove this.- -

Beaverhead Forest, also in Montana. the effect of higher'prices is Jilt by every- taeatllwCERTAIN Too can

b From a band of 900 ewes grazed on. one, and is of real concern to all. It is a TEED aoo ens- i

this forest, the owner raised and time, for thoroughly weighing values, a .bytli.nam.dlaplarwi.wblcbUoouptcuouftly onv.rr Ink-- We- Use It .

shipped 880 lambs which averaged 67: time for taking vantage of every opportunity roll or bua. won .
for late'label.
pounds per head after being driven that offers agenainesaving. '

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CertainteedRoofing ...

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0 so we say we're glad the newspapermen : ,
Sags in roof-gutters may act {0 I (" f
lowers the cost of building '
.5 5 > as mosquito breeding places *j : are with us. :-
.4 .-.,; <001 CERTAIN-TEED offers a substantial caving in roof construction, t .. +

America's most valuable crop at thig,or any other time. It costs less to buy, less to lay, lest to ,
is babies .1 maintain and lent per-ycar of life. Because of tremendous production .. .

V, f 4 --- .1 (the General makes one third of all the roll roofing made in .....t-.- .
-4 The public cigar-cutter is. a America), and because of economies effected by enormous resources .. .
Q health, enaceT modern machinery and favorably located mill,the General -

O ---... .1 isCable: to make the best roofing at the lowest cost. \

0The' United States Public I CERTAIN-TEED Roofing is the General's own productfromthe ..I

-' Health Service maintains a loan <- raw materials to the finished rolls, it it made in the'General's _0 OSCEOLA COUNTY VOTERS
4 library of steriopticon. slides? huge mills. It is made of the best quality roofing felt,thoroughly'

___ -0- saturated with the General's own blend of soft asphalts and coated S
The typhoid rate measures with an impervious covering: of harder asphalts. This keeps the ATTENTION!

? tive to ordinary roofinc. That's why CERTAIN-TEED outlasts

Q 4 other roofing. It is guaranteed for S. 10 or IS years, according to

O Whooping cough annually ply. Experience,proves that it lasts longer We fix
4 kills over ten thousand Ameri- CERTAIN-TEED is sold by responsible dealers everywhere at can your eyes so you

-0-* canst. .5-. ** reasonable prices. Investigate it before you decide on any type of roof. .,. can judge the candidates by

SaTe ngl-they're worth big now!
bad money
0 Bad housing produces
0 Price paid for r+m*eight Urn...high. a year ago. sight. S
health? '
0 Rani Ragst-got any ragtf You're alone used a quarter ol a million .
lucky if you have c lot of old rag tons of rags Ui year. At present
Rocky Mountain spotted < UOUJWftheplacebecauaethey'Ubriq prices, this quantity; of rags Cost. And we'll furnish you with

.. ,, fever is spread by a wood-tick? 0 you big money now-eight times aa $12SOOOOP more than a yar ago- .
. ';ft 4 much* you used to get for them. aa increase in price of $40,000 a day the watch that will keep'you
Last :year ran sold around Kc a for roofing.
00004000440000404 pound-now they are bringing 4 c a' Boys and&irlalThl.your! chance
pound,and manufacturer are gud to to make torn money., Get bury and time at the polls. '
get them at that price. hunt up all the ran you can'find. on '
Rags form the basis of many well Sell them! They'll bring you good
known products: such u writing money. If you are not offend their _
JlllPU,roofin8 eta Th roofing mUlereal value,"write our stearest office. .A .

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: I. Sore (to new boy)- Mrs. CUniber-Undeslrtbles..and :

SENDS HURRY CALL CONGRESSMAN CARTER slowest youngster "e'" ,. ." I people. we don't know.-Ufa. l:1FOR

Aren't you quick at any thine I POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

BOOSTS FOR W.J.SEARSOKLAHOMA Boy-Yes tit; nobody can A 'valuable dressing for: flesh .

i FOR as vkk a* I. can.- .. wounds, bums, scalds, old sorts, rash I

LINIMENT It Is brfi l healing; and -. '
THAT TIlE FOURTH DISTRICT "Would you like some \' antiseptic. Price 2frc, We, and $1.00 To the People of Osceola County: I hereby announce my candidacy

|W. H. CON.NERS.WAS IN BAD SHOULD RETURN HIM TO hotel to'send to your friends motber'I'per bottle. Sold by Osceola Pharmacy I hereby announce that I am a.can- for prosecuting attorney.of the County

.( SHAPE BEFORE USING ",Sir." said the .. didate for re-election. to the office of Court of Osceola County, subject
CONGRESS FOR .*.,.ANOTHER. . .. . ,, .
:i ANDES TERM. "I presume It wU1'IHfbette. -- -- ,--- 7' Sheriff of Osceola,County, subject to to the action of the Democratic primary

-' keep my views to' myself.. the action of the Democratic party at of June 6. .

Tllle CourlerJournal. ;1 the ensuing primary; My'record la W. B. CRAWFORD.FOR .
Really Wonderful," He Says of Congressman C.D Carter, of Oklahoma -
:before the people of this county and ---
who is a close, personal REPRESENTATIVETo
friend of Attorney J. S. Cadel, of Kis Jlrs C.Umber"'You'wild THE STORY STORE It, If again chosen I promise- the Democratic .voters ,of' ,OsceoL ,.,.
simmee, who was formerly a resident{ ety Is made up of two c1 County: J*
So run-down was the condition of :o use the same diligence for the conservation -J
of that state, writes him as follows: child. I I I hereby candidacy l
W. H. Conner, of nary, that he had of the law and order in the announce my a
to have his stomach pumped before House of Representatives, Wash Daughter-What are'they representative in the, next Legisla* .
using And**. Now ha Is a well man and future as I have used. l In the past.
ington 4 1916. ,
April lure
from Osceola
county, subject too
in -- -
a ataternent that rings true with Thanking" for confidence in
heartfelt itratltude. he.endorse Andes Mr. John S.;: Cadel, Kissimmee; Fla. you your the will of the Democratic voters I..'
the medicine that' Is accomplishing Dear John; I. understand that ;JALOMEL IS MERCURY! IT SICKENS he past and earnestly solicit your the June primary. "
such in the
:wonderful remilts all over FlorIda i support coming primary. Sincerely -
William J. Sear '
Mr. Conners Mid recently. : I have your Congressman, L. INGRAM. Having' served one term in the
been a great sufferer' from. stomach is having opposition. for renomina- yours, H. Legislature I feel. that, if elected to:
trouble for about ten ?enm, HS nenr
a. t can remember.. My dl"Hon waR tion.While V ACTS ON LiVER LIKE DYNAMITE FOR TAX. COLLECTOR serve again, I will be better fitted to ..
had; and. I could jtrnrcely vat any th Inn .It not my purpose to in any consider the various measures that
for fear of the awful puln Hint would wise Interfere with Florida
before tha .
politicly .1 hereby announce my candidacyfor come Legislative Body
be sure to follow My condition becalms
one of a Benniul run'down nature. 'J do feel Justified i/i/ dropping a lips the office of Tax Collector' of Os. I will appreciate your support ,and*
and Mood bad xKnpe. I had old friend like concerning "Do< my wan In to you
an More mid jt a' fiO) cent bottle of ]>'s ceola county,, subject to the Demo. If chosen to fill the position will serve r

to have than my once stomach each month ininipi-JV for out more notless A man of as high character an /ability Better Than .Calomel and Doesn't .. Liver ?boo. 'I nkd a spoonful, tonight ratic; Primary of June 6th. I believe to tho best of my ability.

than a It always ante mi;'relief, as Mr. Sears.I ; and if it doesn't straighten you that I am fully competent to fill N. C. BRYAN. .
that wan all. I b..rllm..ry IIk"I|>'lonl have had abundant opportunity to Salivate or Make You Sick right up and ninke' you feel fino end this office to the satisfaction of the .
lift to tt/ merit of anything I had from vigorous| by morning 1 want you to'ROImck FOR
triM HO many rredlclnex' without the learn of Mr. gears' uorJJK the to tho store* and. get your money. taxpayers and promise,,if honored by SHERIFFI
I leant benefit Hint I hud. no Idea Andes. fact that he and I serWon. the same L1.l...n to mel! Take no more pick Dmlmin'B Liver' lone In destroying! the four. ballots, to give my best atten- -
would help. || me However It has. In do / esltate to calomel calomel l it I 18 real liter am a candidate' for the office of'
committee. I no say I (limp. udivating| when bilious eou everything tact It bun.else Bono eomlilived me mor.(011,1 I hope than thatoth..r. I that I have not urlng my entire eonstipals'd.| Don't lose n .IA)"'. work1Calomel medicine; entirely >..t', therefore it Incumbent 'upon me.I Sheriff of Osceola County and will I

.. who. are suffering with stomach I service ,, seen a nibre faithful and efficient I in. mercury or quiricsiiverwhich .. can lint salivate or make you sick. will appreciate and appreciate your support in the Primary ..
ctufrti'H support
necrosis of the bnnt* your
troublQ as I wan will lot least give An-
f des a trial. There In nothing to equal I new Member of Congress than /lloIL1.I.l, when it conics into, .0111111'1 nod-m's I vote. election to be held June 6th.

It My own change IN really wonderful the has shjuvn himself to be. Always with "Hour blip crashes, into it, hroiikiii} I liver; to work and cf'811'fII I' bowels of I It GORDON H. CLARK. If elected to this office*. I pledgemy
Mr 1'ayiia who In permNially. KiipervtHlnfr active &*M alert: to the rights of his it U"" This IB wlicll yon feel ,that .awful,I t hAt Hour bile and .constipated waste I honest endeavor to enforce the
tint sale of his "Maxter. Medlnone" nnii'MHL, and ('ramping. If you are nlutf which !il clogging \'our1"01 and "yk- I FOR COUNTY laws with
with JUDGE impartiality and to. devotemy
In Florida and meeting the public cotiaUtuenta, a comprehensive (find mill "all knocked out' ," if jour big| you. feel miserable, t guaranteelltata
dally at Cotter's. DrugHtore, In referring grasQ of all public questions, he. will liver in torpid and bowels constipated,: bottle of D<>dl4On's Liver Tone will entire time to'the duties incumbent

*. Bald to l: the It Is statement truly wonderful of Mr\ Conner the- fn time become one of the foremost 01 you date. npRtluclip. dizziness, coated keep your entire family feeling/ fine for I" hereby anounce my candidacy: for upon the office.

r *u1ts that wan given "In 4hl cafle.a leaders of the House. In fact; he has tongue,,,, if breath In had or stomach sear months Give It to your children. It Is re-election to the office of County CLAY JOHNSON, JR.
jiiitt take a spoonful. of harmless. IXxleon'a harmless. doetn't and they like its I _
the party only used four bottlefi of already made himself very useful and ; gripe Judge, subject to the action of the _
A..dea It put him on his feeXagaln Liver Tone on my guarantee. pleasant taste FOR SHERIFF
'in and has the Democratic Primary of June 6th ..
and he can! do a* much worlc as any effective many ways ,- - ,
man In the city. Men and women" who entire; confidence of the. Democratic ) 1916. T. M. MURPHY.
have stomach trouble nepvoun Indigestion. I. I hereby announce my candidacy
sleeplesnne liver, kidney andbladder Eugene C. Bryan, Pres.. A..H. Bryan, Vice: Pres. J. L. Barber, Sec'y.lrew' FOR TAX COLLECTORTo for the office of Sheriff of Osceola
disorders, ajra are badly con- You have had experience, John, and
tlpated will flndxAnde the medicine of course you know that no man can county, subject to the Democratic
tht they have/needed for years It the people of Osceola County: Primary. If I am honored by the j
loose from the mooringshere \
bust things
goes to the root of the disease and
thI In announcing my candidacy forreelection voters of this county, I promise to
remove CRuse and In this way during his first term. The difficulty -
give- permanent reeu Je. with many of our people is that to the office of Tax Col devote all of my time and energy to ",

Andes Prescription, so highly they barely let their Representativestay It'Ctorfor Osceola County, I desire to the duties of the office and: to enforce .{\

recommended by W. H. Connors. in Congress long enough to get state that if elected, I promise to all the laws of the state without partiality I

_Gary, Fla., is now on sale in Kissim acquainted and efficient. I know you give the same personal supervisionto and to the best of my ability.L. .
Bryan Realty CompanyOffices the office as I have done hereto- M. WIIIDDEN.
mee by the Corner Drug Store, the realize that Sears is a good man and ,
fore. My record in office for
exclusive acent.Adv.WINTER .
feel sure you will contribute your full FOR CONGRESS
on Broadway, Kissimnree, itself. C. L. BANDY. -
share toward continuing him on the .

Job.With Opposite Graystone Hotel FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERTo I hereby announce my candidacy
kind personal regards to Mrs. the Democratic; voters of Coun- for renommation as Representative i

Cadel and yourself, I am', ..' ty Commissioners District No. 2: in Congress from the Fourth Congressional

OF HIS TRIP TO HOMEDR. Sinverely yours, I hereby announce myself a csindi- District of Florida, subject __ 4.E ,

C. D. CARTER. date to represent district No. 2 and to the action of the Democratic Primary It!

Orange Groves, Timber ands, We Pay Taxes far.N-. solicit the support of the Democratic to be held on June 6, 1916. I i
If cough all night get. no
else in the Cattle. Ranches Country and :dents and Ad as Owner's voters of that district.B. shall make as active a campaign as -
rest, nor does anyone
TERESTINGLY OF JOURNEY City Property Agest.for Rental. Property. G. HANCOCK. the duties of my office will permit.I .
house. Keep within reach a bottle of
FROM KISSIMMEE TO OTHER I HOREHOUND SYRUP. l J appreciate to the fullest extent
support rendered me during the t
EN ROUTE TO It is then eay>io stop the tickling t
.LAMAR MISSOURI. which causes the cough, whenever it C. A. CARSON President N. C BRYAN Secretary. We. are authorized to announce primary, and sincerely trust ,
conduct has been
my as to merita
appears. Price 25c, SOc and $1.00 per James W. Lilly as a candidate for

Pr. W. L. Griffin, who with a partyof ottle. Sold by Osceola Pharmacy. The Waters & Carson County Judge, subject to the actionof continuation of same.W. J. SEARS.
the Democratic
primary to be held
other people from\ Lamar, Mo., UNIVERSITY MAY 1I0LDLIVESTOCK
pent the winter In Kissimmee, has INSTITUTE

written the following interesting let.. FOR COMMISSIONER ...
,r ter to the Valley Ga.ettli, teline ,ofllltrlph9me Mr. Livestock man, would you like Grocery Company I hereby announce' my candidacyfor .!
I livestock Institute? : re-election as a member of the .
) to attend a big '
; At the solicitation
? of my friends I ,
County School Board from District}
i of Florida will holdan .
The University "
I Lamar, Mo., April 2, 1916. ... .i_ ,L--. , bereby'announce myself a candidatefor ,
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institute some time next fall' if ...... I' No. 2.' I have.given my best effortsto {,
f Dear Editor: We arrived home yes- Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES County Commissioner from District the duties of this ,
enough interest is shown. Several yg : position duringthe "
terday in a rain which continued all No. 5. If elected I pledge my- r.
present term and solicit
;' night and up to noon. It Is cold and livestock men have expressed a desire self to faithfully discharge the duties the earnestly
lor'auch support of the Democratic voter
John M.
a meetihg. of the office. ,
disagreeable.We J. II. WALKER.
Scott, animal industrialist to the Experiment in the coming primary. I pledge my- 1'1J'

put up Jacksonville and I Station, is' sending out letters FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT: self to continued conscientious servo *

made a trip on the steamship Van to to livestock men to sense their ice if again honored by your ballots
Miami. Met a man who came to who desires the record WALTER BRONSON.
Interest. Any one Standing" upon my during ,
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school to me as a nine old boy, .
year Institute or has any suggestions to 0 O 0 the past terh-yl wish to announce to '

In 1859. lie lives two miles from make should correspond with Mr. 0 WE SELL 0 O WE BUY: .0 the Democratic voters of Osceola STATE!: COMPTROLLER t'

"> Cocoanut Grove, in the same locality Scott at, Gainesville. lie will furnish 0 Oa 0 t 0 county my candidacy to succeed myself -

where W. J. Bryan, the' Deerings. any information that may be avail- +. HAY 0 0 in the office of County Superintendent -
Matherson and other noted ones and + + HIDES t
of Public Instruction. If
able from time to time. you
millionaires live. I enjoyed the trip Among the problems that will be 0 0 GRAIN O 0 0 0 FURS 0 0 believe that record to be a good one, ,

coming back by; train and had a tinevlew"of discussed are the cheapest feeds for 0 FERTILIZERS 0 0 0 I will appreciate your vote and support .

the pineapple section of the beef production, pasture grasses, the + + WOOL e at the primary, June 6th.
# state Had a real pleasant call at 0 SHINGLES 0 A C. E. YOWELL. Y
value of home-grown feeds comparedwith .
,, the Confederate home for old soldiers 0 0 0,, AND 0e
purchased feeds, what it caststo ORANGE BOXES + .CLERK : :
in Jacksonville and also the e FOR OF COURTTo ,
fatten a steer, bovine tuberculosis, + ALL -. *
Home for ..ged. I was delighted} with tick eradication, dipping vats and 0 ORANGE WRAPS, 0 0 4
S a visit to the Jacksonville Cracker COUNTRY the Democratic voters of. Osceola '
their construction and use, silos and O 0 n '
,1 Works where I saw a very fine industry 0 VEGETABLE CRATES 4 County: f'i
sliage, milk testing, dairy records, 0 0 0 PRODUCE +
for the Thanking you for kind
city. your support
dairy machinery, hog cholera and the 0 CRATE NAILS 0 0 4 in the
; We started qn the 20th, stopping demonstration of the use of hog 0 O .0 past, I hereby announce i ..

"' in Atlanta to see the cyclorama of the cholera serum, diseases of farm animals 000 000000400000 00 0044000000000 myself as a candidate for reflection 1 ,
to the office of Clerk of the Circuit n 'I
9 war and the old fort with cannon,
and their\ treatment. These and '
ealssond in the We sell field and garden seeds of all kind Court of Osceola County at the Dem- , os
f just postiion as other livestock subjects will be discussed -
',i In war time. We also took in Birmingham by those who have had actual Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and.camping. parties. ocratic primary, June 6th, 1910, and
Free delivery in city limits. 'Phone No. 12. earnestly solicit your support. If '
, spending a day there. We the reelected r
t experience in work. :
We for fertilizer All for circular and the office I
did not tarry long' in Memphis. Run. The meeting will last two or three are county agent good "" us pricifertilizers. to assure you thatI I

nine out to Wheatley, Ark., we learned days, according to the desires of the I on will give you the same faithful and II t,
' impartial service that I have endeavored .
a great deal about rice culture -
r' on farmers. Whether or not this Institute J.

a large _Ie. Mr. Fisher, with whom will be held will depend upon o..oo..o. to give in the past. ...

we stopped, sold 30,000 bushels last the livestock Very respectfully,
4 men. Any one who desires '
year from 500 acres and will sow 600 that it be held should not hesitate "THE SOUTHLAND J. L. OVERSTREET.FOR .- .

this year.. to write Mr.. Scott at once. SHERIFF
: On the 80th we passed Rash. JaCksoX1ViJ..1e E. P. THAGARD

more, the .center of the peach district Those farmers who have an early I will be a candidate for the officeof of Marion .
t0IICIAlGO County
alid saw trees in full bloom. At spring truck crop should make plans Sheriff of Osceola county at the

Mountain Grove, Mo., we had a fine immediately to plant another crop on O primary in June, and solicit the sup C.liJ. for

1 view of the largest poultry experiment the soil. Much fertilizer material port of the Democratic voters. If: STATE COMPTROLLER ... .

;1: station in the world. We stopped may be wasted if this is not done-for elected I will give my entire time and .. tkt HtJrtDemocratic .
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with wife's neice who hasR' I A. C. L. L. & N PENNA LINES
yyl a day leaching and weeds will soon make attention to the duties of the office. PrimariesPAGI".sECTlOH"
been blind for 7 years and tried to H. I .1..1.i.
.JAMES Year s.PfHrt Will B. Appr.ef."
? cheer her lonliness. I \
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yolks us a hearty welcome -- - --- -- - -
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r Also Cars to '
awTAYLOR'S Sleeping
some on April 1st and some sick ones

were'especially glad to greet ua.j'W"hina"aU CINCINNATI, CLEVELAND, INDIANAPOLIS. i :

S J the comrades and widow and GRAND RAPIDS* ; :
in Kissimmee and St. Cloud a BEST Observation and Compartment Cars'Vestibule: 'Coaches i ,. :: .

,$ ivory good thing., they deserve,. 1 am '' . ., ,
Dining Car "
w dealer III
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?Fleas sand myepspV l to Lama., \P.";LJJaek.onvile, *?,? :1 '. 820P.: M..; i : Hay Grain : .
Cincinnati t\ and Fees _
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aMtgs. FOR RHEUMATISM AT.Chicago . .' 1P' ... r.t: M. ... 0--: """ '" f
[ IneiU ; ldow of:the -- e ." Comer BroadwQ aacI p1.-I- A."T Cl j .-

I l- UDder of. Ud.,.;s nperW 11;,; N. J't ar,. has df'i -' \ *' A. W. FRITOT,ll61 For D.P. .. 'tioaa. J.. CtKJltlCLAND apply 4JI't Tampa! :' D.)3'1.pweksoat !.A#:art:.V: ,-ry.11r TQ Youreict,fi Qer or, f ,!'iZ:'

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iiiiiiniiitiiiMiiiin la ClresiU Ooairt. of the S._... JmM.otal .. NOTICH OP ADMINISTRATOR lfOTICIG .( ... It... of W-i4.. ,yon ri!$Ai< DISCHARGE! 01
Isi. ... fer 4)see.i.IT. C.atJ'.' Notice alven 'that the, City ,
;i .L gaf'A i I CHANCBRY iw-c-ot'ftT ow TUB COUNTY-jr/ixaia, Council ef Florida' winreceive

STATE OK. FI.OHII1A. .OSCBOL.A bid. for the .curbing ana a

Ora: ..... Held. C* ...".. .'...1.... COUNTY., .':fIOflithe r< llowln& .O-eoribecl, pVopIStewart .:
; Advertisements .:, la re instate of Hoalrlla Pvaraaa. 'SAwniiTMACHINERY'
4' : I... avrr TO QUIICT'I'ITLI6 Notice Is hereby .given to all whom Avenue from Church Street

.."'. J '....* .Uswi. V.....,.. .< It may concern that on the 10th day of to Broadwayj width from curb \0 curb ,
... I III' III I 11.1.1 I I 111.111+ ....' .._.!...... September. A. D 191$. I shall apply" to From 'Clyde Avenue through 1'en l_ld ,
I UIIUKH, OK M-DBMCATIO, the Honorable T. M. Murphy, Judge of Htreet. runnlnaWest to lUIUIna-ham roR "
,KOHKCI.OSI3IIH SALH said --Court as Judge of Probate for my Avenue. thrt 'Outh to this roaM or AND '
s. TO ALIj WHOM IT MAT'CONGKntf: final discharge as Administrator of the Street IlunnLn* along the, Northerly QUO

H appearing by the .worn BUI ol estahfc,. of Roslella laraom deceased; aide th..A. O. L. Kallroad and
!_- 'Notice Is ,hereby given that undei .Complaint Oled- In this causa that Ui. and that .at the same time T will pr..- knoWn as Clay Street Thc-noe Houth. ALL SUPPLIES '"
and by Virtue of a' ,final decree of ftespondenta below named,are person Bent to said Court -ray final accounts .tterfy .flo"f acid <;1...>'. $lre.t to the BONES

.,,.' .' foreclosure Issued out of and 'und..r' whose area are unknown to the Com. .. Administrator or said'estate, and City .. width wf paving through WrM. for Prices And .
the seal of the Circuit Court of the i plaliiant and) whose addr...up and resloencts ask for their anroval. I'mflpM Street and Dflllnirnam k 'RUBBER' COPPER
"'ev('nth Judicial Circuit$ o/ the Slate I ... last known to the Complainant Dated March 8th.: A. IX: 1916. nue. fifteen (II) feet; along Olar.

, ',4>f Florida. In and for' Osoeola County Is Athol. In Worcester County. ,.A. BJDROUOHT.lloam .. Street w..dtll.0J' paving Mne jjl)? fee Catovtogut TIRES BRASS
In diiuicei isiLIs.'ulit, juttrialii cau" Hschuaettilj; :
,,, therein pendirfir, wherein Ferdinand i J1' l 1M THKRKFORB ORDERED That East i? the City Limitswidth' of pav
43 the Havcnflaik / ing-fifteen (16> feet. Alt said
'" Jiullock. receiver of Lynn I William Woodland) Alloe I.... Wood, IT. II. DISTRICT COt'HT' of work
A Truut Company I. complain n. hi. wIM,' be and they hereby to be oomnleted within a reasonable
4 ant, and Rhoda _.CoJ07c"i Mr*. J). W : lobe, and appear to th.-a'llI requlnd oj Seatkera. IMiitrirt .1 time from the letting of said contract ROPE SCRAP IRONSEND

.' n..chEdward r.. C. l>oshMrw. Complaint flied In this In the -- :' to be determined by the CounciL All
W. H. Hill. A h. Boyce,. U. J. I Court: aformnld, or,eauae before Monday .bo. usher oC bids to bo filed with the City Clerk

_,_ ,y..e and \Vm It. oyoe. "..Ir..t law th'e firM day; on of Mn)>. -A. !:>< nil-;, .V ,W. DAN. ,. llaakraat.fa not later than five o'clock p. M. pnApril .... I IT.TO US WE REMIT WOrtJTO
... Wm. II. Boycji, deceased. are' d.- Otherwise the said Bill .of Complaint h.itlo. 1J.t:: find. l.l.., Each bid must b. "
"''ellLnt. tho undwTBlirned a* SpecialMsjttilr will. In due coursei, of law be taken ,.tee. .Matter of . accompanied by a..certified check In Cum Old Sons. Ottwr RwMdtes WM| CUT. Write For Pricelist;
.,,_....... .Ij '
will aell .at nubile the sum of $25o. o, and each bid must
Chnticery: a. confessed The worst tier of bow
against tie said RespondsIT esses no mi long tsndlni
On this the 8th of April. A n.
.. outcry. durjnw the loKnl hours nf'aaUj,. .n .. day be1: presented In a scaled envelope addr..d are cured bv the woaderfal. old rU*bl. D> WSULMMtTALC
1916,' on reading 'the foregoing petition ,
toefore Ih.'court liounudoor the city' fa That to the City Clerk and marked '
FURTHKn ORDKRttD; Porter's Aatlseptlo HeMlsg Oil It iriievr.psi. .
It Is.ordered by the Court that a "
of Klsslmmoe, In "Rid Osceola) County this Order b.. "Bis).for pavln The successful bid. end Heal at the lime 2Sc SOc SlAP '
; on Monday, thc lat day of May A. n1K16. for four consecutive pulillshed WH.I dvscrlbod of May A. U. 116.
the- tollowln* real of Indebtedness constituting
Valley Uasette aweekly
Court at Jacksonville', In said District,
';; estate situated. ,to-wlu:In laid Oaceola-. ,CountyFlorida. no."ap..r." Hh publlshtd the CUy.of and KlBslmmeet of Reneral at ten o'clock In the forenoon, and liens face. value asralnst thereof abutting for property Iho hropor-for the -._ .-r t-'_- . ._: J ,,
notice thereof he published In
Lots n m.b..4 Flfty..iltbt. ( .)/ .and J JFIflynlne County o( O.o.-oa) and State of 1"lor.IdvtTNIRR" the that Valley Qasette newspaper printed tlonate share the abutting of the The assessedauraliist sucoesBful > 4i )
% '(lilt) l ..1.0 Iota numberedOnti In said District: and that all known
Hundred tlilriysl* .(.186). to One !: the 'n6110rlll(0 .tame W! creditors I and other In Interest bidder will' be further requiredto ; G. D. B. SAYS '
; persons five a .bCMtd In a sum equal to 60%
Hundred Hixtv-Hxht lojJfI IO. both In- Perkins, Judge of the mild Court. and r>my linear m paid time and plao and of the amount: of bid If the City Council Joe E Johnston :
Juslv ,-all or St. ( Uoulevard 'ol my. nnme ec O'eik thereof and .tho seal Know cause. If any they have why tllOora.r deerntt' advisable to require fiitlit .
: of HI. Cloud ancurdlntr to of the said Clicult Court nt :KlsslmJnee -
the Town of said petitioner should not bond. The Hare lie new' OiceolaDrest.
Council reserves tho right you seen
l-alu! Front Addition to th. I'lnt ol County, honda, tin this. be granted. ,
CtII. l Town, nh'd In the office of the. the hat day .of March A. n 1910Ct And It Is further ordered by the to For reject detailed any and infoiinatiqn all Itlda. all bidders took: (or it and above all '
I'll cult Court In and for ( Ct. Boat) 3. J ,
Vh.i k of the t : OVKRHTRKKT. Court that the- Clerk shall send by referred 'CITY ENGINEER.
aro to plans and .p""lltc..tlQn.f ,
Hlil Oseeola County on the Twentyeventh IBIO. As Cleric of Bald Court mail to all known creditors notice of ( curbing and paving now on file In ask for it and b. convinced. It it : I.SurrJeyng' I.
A. I). Janirs M Johnston
dayof September I I By said petition and this order, addressed the City Clerk's oOTIceTn. the l paid City I

and record. d ainonit In plat the public riTcorduof nam' Johnston & (Onrrelt As 'Deputy Clerk.' 16-4t to them at their places of residence ..asptnted. of KIsHlmmee Florida. and bids can tie belt Sc cijtr,on the market.At .
Hiitd Comity
: lotii numbered lfIM( ), Kiev, A8 Counsel for Complainants. be made pursuant thereto. The Coun andDrafting
41; Ieo WITNESS: he Honorable RHYDON ell reserves the right however to all stores of( note.
.. ((11) Twelve ' said Court and .
M. CAI.l Judge n( the modify Bald plans. and specificationsIf I It..r..t ,
. (SS>,, /
TTwenttwo (it), :Twtnty-threo (44, la flrrnlt Court of the. Kevealh. Jndlrlal the. seal thereof at Jacksonville In deemed advisable: for the .best, .In* Made in "

'. Votly.thrne (Til 48)), 'lftv-fonr Foity.four(Ii 4), *n.d l t Ircull of .... ...... of FlopIda. said district on the Ith day of April.. of the city. Kissimmee..
Flfty-tlm !. pad for ftneenla (;0..'", A. .1). 11111I. J. H GILBERT
I our (4>. '
KuntyHlx (11)). ofjtferllon:: A E. R, WILLIAMS,
lrul' copy. lJt Clerk
In Township intilK .26). H llaiiK IN CUAntKlll.Uraystoae ; H-It Clerk city G. D. B. CIGAR MAN ,

1 1 1-; also' I..oli l -
fSeven-J), HI Hlit (8)). Tw.-nty-llve ( BTw >. held. Comrnnr. a Florida NOTI.1 Of TM\TION! TO ....-..J.y '
."I-nix . writoratloa. ( ..mpl.I..... NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO 11110 COUNTY t'tiM II I 551(1\HitS ,
< (In), Fift)'-....".." 1t>>7), 1 Klftylitlit ,.. "HI' 'I' '!'(> <'IKT' TITLE OK .n."o'l'O: fOIIKTt. FI.tiIhI)4.. D.
(58) Flfty-nlno (5fl), Sevontj Honih' Florida Railroad .osnpaar, el la Court of the. C....r Judge. State KOIl .'I<:IC IIItlt.O\l! ! '.'0 KSTAIII.mHAM -- - -- IS. BULLOCK
.1. liep.pnndept.. of Florida, Oserola (,.....". ' -1 1For'Sale
(711)), Senlvonu ((71)), Heventy-tw : > OI'! ItA I l>] A. lOLL 1IIIII I<],
OltiIht OK I tllI.lfATIOY .. of Alclblaaes Hone.
72t. ,.:."hl.IIIIIo ("9). Nlnt-tv (Ifi), I. re liI.t.
Jjlt'ety ( HI I ). 0.... rtunelred-tw Notice Is hereby given that the un-
;; -fl. IT
b One I lu"'t ri'l-thrt.e (HIS. (>nHuiidr < TO AI.I. WHOM MAY CONCICRN: To all Creditors LeirateeB. Dl trlbll. demlKiiet will apply to the Board of REAL ESTATfi
(102)) It from the Bill of Having Claimsor
appearing sworn and all Persona
d-four ""4))1. <>no Hundredtwtnl tees County Commissioners of DeHoto i I
-.n.. ((121 I *. Olio Hundred twentvtwo Complaint, filed In this cailse, and Demands Against said Kxtnte: County, Florida. on Wednesday, the 'fasaaSaaase.
> (112). On Hundred-twenty- there are persons Interested nth.. You and each of you. are hereby Srd day of May, hIlt, for a franchise I I

three OS3). One Hundred twenty-foul: property Involved In this suit .other notified and required to present any to establish, constrict and operate H INSURANCEExamination ,
Hundred thirty-three (IIS). than the known Respondents and that which you, or toll bridge across the Klslmmee River One 9-room .
One I 'r"e'.d"h.:: :
024) : :
Huruliecl thirty-four (134)), One tho names of such persons so Interested ; .. against the at Fort Bassenirer where the public :
4in thirty-live (135). One Hunlrid are unknown to the Complainant; estate of Alclblades Rnser deceased.late roods now crosses the said KlsslmmeeRiver One 6-room House of Titles
Hundred *U). One Hundred and that relief' *Is prayed In the said of Osceola County, Florida to the at which point the said River
< Ihlrty-nlx ( Bill of Complaint against the said Executrix of said estate. .
tine Hundred fifty- unknown undersigned Is 170 feet In width and approximately
flfty-threw Hundred nUy.llvoO&H. Respondents: within two years from the date hereof. IX feet In One 5-room House .
one Hundred "lxty-f ur (84). OnHundred .. all parties claiming Interests In and AGNES. 11ORK. of April, A. D. 1916. Small cash payment.
alxt-Hv (165). One Hundredixtvelx to the following described real property 10t Executrix. W. S. PEARCE .
One Hundred alfty- situated In the County of Osce- lt-4t Applicant. Balance like rent. Correspondence Solicited. : :'

even ( 876U\ ,;.. Hundrde alxty-elirhl/ Ole and Stifle of Florida, via: NOTICE TO CHRDITOIIS --- p ,
That part of Block Twentysixof
One Hundred eiRhty-nve (186). NOTICE OK A5'PLICATIONi"OR: TAX
one 168),Hundred elKhty-Bl (186). On. the South Florida RailroadCompany's I. Coart at the. C.....,. ...d.-.. Stateof BEEt UNDER 8KCTle KT4 AND FOR RENT
On. Hundrtd of the town' of .... Robert Riedel Co. k
Hundred elKhty-aeven (187) r.eYde'. Fl. Oseeola Ceaaly. B7K (.IiJN RAI. STATUTES OKTHHJ
d as follows
One Hundredcightynine
elhtelfht( 1S8), STATK UP .OIUDA 6-room Furnished
(189). One Hundred nine : la re Estate of ..... F). Tradell. Notice Is hereby given that S. T.llEltllcRT. NOVELTY WORKS
ty-six < One Hundred ninety- Bounded on the Northwest by To All Credrtors. Leg.t...... Dliitrlbu- purchaser of Tax Certificate House $15 a Month :
seven (* W' One Hundred aixtyeightt198) Broadway street on the Northeastby tees and All Persons Having Claimsor No 669. dated 6th July. A." House Bills a Specialty. All Itterior Flits. : !
akln avenue on the : DdatII:1 ,
(1))) said Rstate:
). One Hundred ninety-nine Demands ralnst and Certificate No 14. dated 6th
Two Hundrid (200)!( Two Hundredeventeen h" Tohopekallara Street, on theRouthweat each of you, are hereby Aua-ust, A. U. 1(08 has filed said certificates Window and Door Frame., WlnJogf '

.. (217). Two Hundred elich- tract by of land I'oBseil Three t avenuebeing Hundred nor.da:4.: : required to present any In my office and has made application Ask MRS. SUMMfRS and Door Screen* r
Hundred nineteen claims and demands which or for Tax Deed to Issue In .
(218). Two accordance
teen (tiO). Two Feet wide by Three Hundred and have arn"'t.t KHFIELO Thftneat Shop 216| ResIdence 137
4119). Two Hundred twenty either of you, may to law. Said certificates embrace 101 STIEET.MOTH ISSINIUE
Hundred twenty-one CUTwo Ilunlred one-half feet deep estate of Paul B. Trydell. deceased.late the following described land Darlington Are. Near Freight Depot .
The aald land. In Government
twenttwo ((222). Two IIl1ndr..dtw..nty..n lying"Section of Osoeola County Florida. to the lying and beingin Osceola County For Further Particulars ,
Lot Four of Twentytwo .
((227)). Two Hundred undersigned Administratrix of said Florida.: .

twenty-elKht < ) Two Hnndred In Township Twenty-five estate, within two years from the dat.hereof. 8% of SEt,( of NW4,< and N%
East ofTallahassee
: South,
Range Twenty-nine
twentv-nlne (ZZ :.8)tw.. Hundred thirty ofNWtt of SB14 of See *6, Township DR. j. A. TRoviLUON
thlrty-on Meridian and being inOaceote tiff. A. T>. 1Itft '.
(2SO. Two. Hundred Dated February 25 R Range S7 East, embracedIn .
Two Hurdrrd thirty-two ((2t. County Florida ELIZABETH TRUDEM Certificate No 14. Specialist in i
((231). ----------- ------- -
under F. Ooode, deceased, 01
Two Hundred forty-nine 11411/i/) Two Minnie Ueorge V Ooode. deceased, or otherwise 10." Administratrix. NH of RKU of NWU of 8ec. 36, CANCER GOITRE AND TUMORS
Hundred fifty (260)), -- Township Z6 -S. Range 27 Kast. embraced
(26f), Two Hundred nfty- do appear to the Complalnant'iBill In Certificate No. 66', ,Cure.them without cutting "
fifty-one .
two (2BJ), Two Hundred flCty.thr..e of Complaint herein filed on or before la Coart for the II...... "..dlrl.1 The said lands being""d'in the When you buyBREAD vhem out. '
the Ird day of A. D. 1916'd.c :
(254) July of fbe. State ef FleHda __
.. (263), Two Hundred nfty-four Bill name of T. J. HURLHr ORLANDO '
In due course of law the said FLORIDA
Two Hundred nftv.rtve (26S. Tw Complaint la aad, far Oareola CoaatyIN respectively at the date of '
will tie confessed
of taken .
Hundred flfty-t-lKhl (26$). Two Hunlr a* CHAMt.KltYQraystoae the Issuance of said certificates.
Two Hundred by all such rrh.l Unless said Certificates shall be
d flfty-nln < -
Ixty (20), Two Hundred ... And It la Ordered that this ...... Cnssnaay. a FlerldaCarvaratlaa according to law. Tax Deed .
Hundred Order be published once a week foaiplalaaat. Issue thereon the llth day of .
(S61) Two will on :; ;
consecutive weeks In the Kia.Immee -
'Two Hundred sixty-three (283). Two ... SUIT' TO QUIET TITLE April. A. I). 1916
Hundred ty-four (264). Two Hun.drtn . Valley Gazette, a weeklynewspaper Soath. Florida Railroad Ceaipaay *.6si witness my hand and official seal at CLPTHRASHER.SHEE7 :

elKhty-one (281). Two Hundred published and of Osceola general ...........d..... Klastmmee Florida this 7th day of Ask for the BEST :
circulation In the of
lKhty-two, (18:), Two Hundred County. ORDER OK PUBLICATION March A b 1916. METAL WORKER. :1
of Florida.WITNESS
and State
lKnty-three (283)), Two Hundred (Ct Ct. Seal) J. I,. OVERSTREET
elKhty-four (284), Two Hundred W. PERKINS.THKJ" Judge HONORABLEJAMIOi of thesaid TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Clerk Circuit Court 0.ala ..,..- We'make it. Every Grocer sells itO Metal Koofi Put on end' \' '

-elKhty-Ave '(2KB* ), Two Hundred Clerk It appearing by the sworn Bill of County /State; of ea....,.." .
Court and my name a. this that theRespondents ,
TwoelKhtyaeven Hundred Complaint filed In cause Florida 'I
lKhtylx: (266), Hundred thereof and the seal of the said Circuit In this case, who ..r.h.r..tnbelow JOHNSTON.AUMINIBTRATION '
Two By JAMES M. .
<287. PHONE 14.-" KISSlMMft. IKA.
Court on the Slat day of March,, K. BAKERYE. t
'eightyeight (lIt). Two Hundred named, are persons whoseresidences U.5& '.. D. C.
Hundred nlnety-on A. D 1'1$ citizenship and ages are .
(290). Two .
ninety ninety-two 281). (CU.CL: Seal J IZ OVERRTREET. unknown to the and -
U1). Two Hundred hf"I'Ptta.'ti:: : CITATION ,
A. Clerk of Said Court
Two Hundred ninety-three M 2). Two JAMES M. JOHNSTON. that relief is suit NIEMEYER, ,

Hundred ninety-four (*.4). Two Hun- By' .A. Deputy Clerk. al'"ln.t them: ORDEREDThat I. Coart af the. Coaatr Judge, State .f Mitchell Street DR. W. W. CARSON
lred nlnety.flve' (l1I1i). Two Hundredtinetyaiz Johnston A Garret; 16-121 'iT IS THEREFORE S. 11'....... Oseoela C.saiy.Esisi. .
and Clara
Hundred thirteen Royal M. Pulslfer *
(III). Three Hundred fourteen As Counsel for Complainant.aHKHIFFS Pulslferhis wife and Edwin his B. wife Has-, of-Geaieral-".ek_. Y..... '., . 'DENTIST : /:
(1I1i. kell and Celia Haskell.
(814), Three Hundred fl'tern BY THE JUIXJK OF BAID COURT
'I'hreeHundred sixteen (lli). Three BALK Charles H. Andrews and Josephine Andrew Whereas, Vlanah M. ap> -._- ------- -- ---- ---- - Office over, Pilley Buildlnc '! '
(117). Three Hun.Ired *. his wife Edward 8. Douglass ; ltle.r.h "
Hundred piled to this Court for of Administration .
Three HundredCilneteen Under and Minnie 1 Doug-lass, his wife! Louise OfTlcsiHours.1\ -n i.Offlee -s \L
"' ',+ eighteen 1111)! -and by virtue of fl fa Issued If on the Estate of General '
(lit). Three Hundred twenty out of the Circuit Court In and for C. Chapman and her husband Jackson Yates, deceased late of said ,'Phone 111 Residence Ph.. I'
'\& .two (121). Three Hundred twenty-. Osceola County. Florida. wherein T she be married South. Florida Railroad County of Osceola. M. TILLER 0. Administered for traotlo* ..
lU ; Three Hundred twenty W, Company a. .Florida Corporation and f' T.ot.1' .. -* '
three ( ) R. Crow was These are, therefore to cite and admonish .
four (lit). Three.. Hundred twenty-nve Thurman was S ;.'JnnndHt' said Plant Investment .Company, a Connecticut all and singular the kindred : ., \ '' ''''. t. "t"

aV.-- ft fa being" directed to all and everythe Corporation: be and they are and creditors of said deceased to be Real fs ate Agency. ,
Three Hundred .t..ty..venUU Sheriffs of the State of Florida hereby required to be and appear to and appear before this Court on or before .

< Three Hundred twt.nty"JK\ Greeting-: the Bill of Complaint filed In thiscause. the 28th day of April. A. D. 1916 ................................. .. .
( : Three Hundred forty-five < ><. I. L* H ,;rtr.m. Sheriff of Osceola In the court .aforesaid on orbefore and file objections. If any they have, CEO P. PARKER I I
Thre Hundred forty-six: (148). Three County Florida have leAon and Monday, the fifth day of June to the granting of Letters of Administration Realty bought and told. .t>,
Hundred forty-svon 147), Three will: Bell before the o : A. D 1916. Otherwise the Bill of Complaint on said Estate otherwise the ATTORNEY.AT.LAW

Hundred forty-eight (1411). Three Hundred In Klsslmmee City, Osceola County.Florida will.olc.d course af.ftt "", betaken same. will be, granted to, said Vlanah Houses rented. I

..;. forty-nine (IU), Three Hundred on :Monday, the flrat day 0k as said M. Yates or Vto some other fit personor Collections and
fifty (IBO), Three Hundred flfy.flve May. A. D 1916. the same being legal R ':foI'IdeU'RTHRR: persons. Taxes paid 'aDd'TitJei] verified Conveyances
(.Ii&), Three Hundred fifty-six (115ft). sale day between the legal hours of ORDERED THAT Witness my name aw County Judge .
for non-residents.
Three Hundred flft r-".v.-n fIST)'. sale, to Ube hlKhest and best bidder this order be published -once a weekfor I of the County aforesaid this the 17th

Three Hundred :nfly-eljrht J(16$), ThreeHundred therefor for ash. the following real elRht consecutive weeks In the :day of March. .A D 1918. Fire. Life and Accident in- 111 1.1 Broadway ,
; (158). Three Hundred and In Os Klsslmmee Valley Gazette a weeklvnewsnaner I _.
fifty-nine estate, situate lying being (Heal) T. M. .
sixty (IBO). Three Hundred sev- ceola County Florida, and described published and of general 15-St "b'JlY.udlee.I: :; ) I surance. .
only-seven (177). Three Hundred ...v.ty"Ight Ba foIlws: circulation In the city of Klsulmmee, -

... (178). Three Hundred sey- Lot 23 of Cape Breeie, In Klsslmmee Count" of Osceola. and State of Flor- 1 Indemnity Bond "

--entv-nlne (1711)). Three Hundred eighty City ida.WITNESS .ICD.N..NCE
.1110). Three Hundred eighty-one (181. Ix>t 8. Dlo.'k 19 8. F. R. H. Survey THE HONORABLE T. M. RIVERS MLD.
a....oo.o..t .o..o ,.....
of the ,
Three Hundred elirhly-nlne (III'). In Klaatmmee City JAMBS W. PERKINS. Judge Aa Oralnaar .. Farther. Regulate ,
Three Hundred ninety (390 Ix>ls 4 and 5, Block B, Mabbette In said Court and my name as Clerk Fire 1U.K Wltala. .b. Flrv Liitsu =
Three Hundred ninety-one (191 Kliislmmee City, thereof and the seal of the said Circuit the. City: .1 KI..I.._...... Florida PHYSICIAN and SURGEON

Three Hundred ninety-two ((192 Ijota 1 and 8, Block B James. Lee Court at Klaslmmee. oscenln I oo. t o.. o Office over Osceola Pharmacy
Three Hundred ninety-three (191Three Addition. In Klsulmmee City County Florida, nn this the hat day HK IT ORHAINKI By the Councilof /" -
Hundred ninety-four I 11I4. together with all and singular the ten- of Marsh A. D. liltS.CL the Klsslmmee: Phone Residence a
Three Hundred ninety-five < 1\15.\ efrients. hereditaments and appurtenances ( Ct. tal) OVF.RSTRF.F.T.A. : Section lr.o That It shall be hereafter Office US.Q. .

Three Hundred ninety-six ((198 to.the same belonging or In anywise . Clerk Circuit rouM Aforesaid unlawful for anY person or C.W. GRIFFIN
Four Hundred five (405). Four Hun4red appertaining By JAMES h(. JOHNSTON. to ,erect any Blacksmith .. pono".1 .
six (40&). Four Hundred veven said real estate levied upon and oarr'I'l: Deputy Clerk Wheelwright shop within th | -;" ,
(407). Four Hundred eight (408), Four toT be sold ns the property of the said Johnston & ; 15-8t Limits or to engage.; In any bupinepanecesakating F. KRIDBS ,W. 3. STEEp: '
Hundred nine ((409, Four Hundred ten Harry 'V. Thurman defendant to sat' As_Counsel for Complainant.ADMINISTRATOItS the use of a forge 1 I
< ), Four Hundred eleven 411): mary said n fa and costs wherein fire for heating metals Is nccblerated -', Staple and FancyGROCERIES KRIBBS & STEED ,
41 .). Four bellows other artificial
Four Hundred twelve' < I_ H INQRAM by or
Hundred twenty-.two (412). Four Hun- Sheriff Onceola County, Florida.C. . devices, unlMss. .
I !lK.... 1110"'.. RSTATR ua.r'r fnP';
Four Hundred lt ATTORNEYS AT LAW
twenty-four f424)). Four Hundred'twentylive Plaintiffs Attorney. 15litNOTIC'K to the Hulldlnir Committee. ...1. ,
< ....1... !State
I. Court of the oaaty
(426) Four Hundred! twenty Unit out the exact location of the proposed Legal business of all kinds glvea
of Florida. Qsceola t/oaatr.
six cmy. Four Hundred twentvsexen I shop or place of tMinlns*< and

(427), Four Hundred twerity-" TO CIIKDITOMSrOt'IlT Hald Committee shall have Investigated 'prompt attention. .
.. De
C Beach
.. Estate af .1.
Hundred thirtyeven re the location and shall have atvt'ditpelt
.eight. .1211)(487),, Four Four Hundred thlrty- .N, OF THH MlVTY;( .tnGE, ceased.Notice.. given to all whomIt I that the fire risk to adjacent Free Delivery to all Parts Offices, 11 and ISBtate Bank Bide.

eight .1-38), Four Hundred thirty-nine WTATK OK KI.IMIIItA, tSCl'OIA Is hereby K Drought buildings would not bn Increased 1wthe of the KiSalInnlee, Florida.Pat .
<439). Four Hundred forty (440). FourHundred ('OVN'I'r, mnv concern 1 :Ah..A'w i annexedof I erection' and malntennnce of : City
forty-one (441). Four Hundred as Administrator said place of business wh*-rein i {(
Romnln C. Beach de I Ia :
forty-two (442h Four Hundred .. .. Kstate of 1'':. W. ".... the Estate of said forge would l>f* "pcrAd.
tlfty-nve (456). Four Hundredty' To all <............ Learateea. DI.lrib.teeasad ',: .d'u'1 on the 11th the'HonorUfie(Icy April.!TM : I and shall have granted to snlu applicant -C--- Johnston O. P. Garrett

veven (457). Four Hundred fifty-eight all l>r.f>.. ...vl....; C'I.... or IJeaiaads A D anply to In and for a permit for the operation of said
(468), Four Hundred ftftv-nlne (459.\ ....1... mm 14 EmiatelYou Murphy CountY hi. Judge office In Klsslmmee. -I fortce. It shall be wholly within the JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTO1NEYATLAW
(460)). Four said Countv nt discretion of the said Uulldlnv Committee i 4 -
Four Hundred sixty .and each of you are herebynotified In said Count. at 10 o'clock am. ,
Four Hundred to whether the operation of -
Hundred sixty-nine (469). and required to present anyclaims asthemat- as
seventy (470), Four' Hundred and demands which you, or .. or as soon thereafter for authority. to sell I such forge at the point desla-nnted
(471). Four Hundred sev either of you. may have against the n be heard would Increase the fire risk to neIghboring -
seventy-one at public or private sale, the followingdescribed Offices '10 11 and 12 Citizens Bank
enty-two (472). Four Hundred chty- estate of Z. W. Bass deceastd. late of In said County bulldlnKs. ,
nine (489). Four Hundred ninety (490). Osceola County Florida to the underaliened real estate, Section 1. Any person or persons CORSON FORMER Buildinge
(49th Four Admlnlitratrlx of said estate, : Including agents of a corporation,
Four Hundred ninety-one I.ots'ftlne (11).
\ Ten (10), Eleven .
(9) Klsslramee. Via.J.
Hundred nlnetir-two (lP:). Five Hundred within two years from'the date hereof. 412). In Block Two Hundred violating this .section shall be fined > _
Hundred two 19 in. and Twelve not '1i0.00 or shall be Im.
one (601)), Five Dated March 2nd A. n. In the Town exceeding
(502)), Fle Hundred three (501). and HENRIETTA BASS. and seventeen (117) I IWhl..h Rrlsoned In the calaboo.e not excerd- .
of Section of 8t Cloud Florida. at hard labor or hth.such
J504) Administratrix. days
Five Hundred four tlt b..a..dupon
will be
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application In
Township Twen- fine and Imprisonment the dis
Thirty-three (tl). In '
for such sale now
(10). K: the petition Provided, .however
Thirty the court
,: dln'IiI'Osih Ranger plat of (fKMINOI.WLANI : NOTICE OV ADMINlBTMATcm on file In said Court. .onthY: ordinance shall:: not affectany I W. THOMPSON
FOR FINAL ISCHAROKla Dated 18th March. A. n, 1916
> & INVESTMF.NT COMPANY person or persons already owning I
DROUGHT Insurance that Insures
(Incorporated) sub-division of said C.mrt of Cosjaty ........ State ofKlerlaa Admltt.t IS t. with h'.Annexeel. and operating{; forges In said Fire I ; FUNERAL DIRECTOR

sections four (4) and Thirty-three' Oseeola V..I,.. blmlts ,
(II), filed In the office of the Clerkof 15-Ct Upon motion duly seconded and I .d' 4,'

the Circuit Court In and for saidOsceola fa re _.... of ..... KeeheaierteriNotice la mlt Tear*. State ef flerlda. unanimously passed unanimous the foregoing consent" ordinance ordered '- Protection that Protects and ..
County In plat. book B, on la to all whomIt ..... was by
hereby given ........ Judicial Vi. Oseeola to Its second.reading and passedIn '
'f. patre 61. may concern, that on the 28th day IV...... la Caaaeery.Caarl unanimous vote. LICENSED EMBALMES
/ session
by a
Terms of sale cash. < open
of AuKUSt. A. D. 191. I shall apply to .
Dated March 11. 1911 at Klsslmmee. Honorable T. M. Murphy.,.. Judge: of ..... Seal> O F. KRIBBS
the .s B. Case, C... .. President of the city.c&uncltAttest Store and Chapel, Stewart AT.
Fla. said Court. as Judge of Probate "
TB.faaale of
of the City

Special W. Master J.. 8TEKD.In Chancery.Crawford my final will discharge annexed, as of Administratrix.with the .estate of. B. C._ O."f;....... J. K.: GILBERT.. Klsslmmee. KIseHmroee. :Fta. )

& ,Jarrell John Kochenderfer. deceased; and thatat It appearing by affidavit appendedto CI.rk.H"Pft1ir.; -
Solicitors for Complainant.. 16NOTICK t the same tltne I will present to said the bill filed In the above-stated rS-St Mayor of Klsslmmee. DAKIN AVENUE

Court my final accounts as Administratrix I caOse that Fannie El Case the defendant W. B. Crawford Lee Jarrall
with will annexed of said ..stata.and therein named. Is a nonresident of
:! OP ADMIMMTHATOH. ask for' their approval., the State of Florida. and Is a resident NOTICB TO CREDITORS KISSIMMEE FLORIDATo .JARRELL'ADTORNEYSATLAW
:' (F. Da-.....) 'Dated February: 18th. A. D, '1lS. of the- United States, and la over the CRAWFORD .V: .
, ..:.a 1. crt .1 c.-1.._ hats .1 with Will Annexed. age for. tw.nllo" said ..' ..ther.1 STATE OF FLORIDA .I.IOfftce. i

" Fl...... 01. Crnty. JARRKL.UAttorney Is hereby OSCROLA COUNTY
'-II' CRAWFORD fondant be and
for Administratrix. to bill of complaint filed In .. .. Estate .. Jaeoo W_.... I ITo .: 4t, 5, 6. and T Cltlxaas

: .... .1 Ahae'rfdK. M. B..VV."Notice ., tl.-loam.rao appear said .t"o.n or before Monday: the all Credltora LeP..... Distributees . ,-:;tBank BulldlnrKUeiumaa
... .; I. hereby < -concern.-Chat on U...10th day of said bill will be .* Pemands-Agalnst said Kstate: I .FlorUsy

..;, of October,. .A. D.' l$t$.lj .baU apply! 1- '. r1c taken the allegations.. confessed by said ".'.n..ant. .,*..* and! each .?: VOU .t ' ',-'.... .;.AJId anild u.TIle Syst.iu ....1 -
to the Honorable T M. rfeUto. for. Tj'b.l'ItXaV.Cee' :.- .*, .\ .' It I. farther order**}.that-this order itottft.di&h. rFed" to' t''I 1k.014 Staadard OB.OVB'8 -
0' at4 Con"- aa .Ja".. of ; (HaJmsandd mahds 'WIt -
we.kfor.4t -
"the Dubllshejdonce
'" Admlnl.tratM' NotieeTia' hereby: given that" on BO have against theUtStS TA&TBL9.33 emu TONIC.YO-. know .
l final. dlaeharge .as 'fn-the KleslmmeeValley either ef -"ow mar
I,.,,. 'fc .my( the astau ef Shsdrtck' Chandler.eB .' "f .May petition: it... we shall Honorable aftplrbytfillnsr consecutive Oaaette.weeka a newspaper publishedla of JaooW Wheeler oaeeaae... late i fhat yos '.t''. tkizg tile fonanla I.odt.d t ( LtwIs'O'BIYAL'

I 1 4* .*.4.a&; ". __.'U... I to the tI.. Tth J.. said County and BtaU. ..-. .. 0' Oseoola Coanty, norlda.-to. .the .n-,, 4M tmtjr .: sow < itbiaaL.s la II *
> .1.5. W. :ttl.I.4Ifa,0' 4;. said ..... ATTORNTrwiT-lAW.
I ''r }"* -'> fa**.. Uta. 1 .....1_... Bxecator of ,
to. OIIoeGla eollat" This) starch Irom ia tastalensi 1r.Yb. ... '
> '= nCs M Administrator of MM. estate, "lel..1. CII'.an I. .d PbaIlcrSus.P .I. L OVIDR6"I'ft"1II'I'. s-lthln two years from the date.kareotee ''I .. a ,WIthf Batulof.e .' .
1 And ask for their rlorl jotor', old Ct.. Ct. Peel Clerk Clreolt eo..., X""cb. I .A. D. ,I't... Otda... drives exrt analarla, thai .* "

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FRIDAY APRIL 14, 1* ;;' "
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,i Senator N.P. Bryan Deserves Re-election

: : . On His Record and Distinguished Service

.. 1'

I HIS RECORDS 'I r./ :-L'r r r a Additional i Reasons Why

in; the passage of the Fed- t He Should Returned: :. r

eral Reserve Bank Act providing for ,, v' 9 r E' k b i

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To the U. S. Senate
an elastic currency, which was so -

long needed and' which it is believedis f'r

a preventive of panics and an ., ,'; '" :,'."f; tIJ'i He-is a native Floridian with a long line of distinguished ancestry.: *
emancipation of business.He ,,.{l'A( His family bat lived in Florida for S generations. ,
",, : / !i>
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.. .1' 'R + 1
is a Democrat from principleand ', It 'iEE s '
\. He is a man of unusual ability, as shown by the very prominent 4
loyally supported the Demo- ", sF < position. be holds in the United States Senate, asa mail of influence

?, cratic idea of a tariff for revenue and integrity.He ,(

only even under very trying circum- never side-steps. He is frank and bold to declare and maintain '

stances. his position on any subject. He has the courage of his conviction )

He was a member of a subcommittee and has never attempted to deceive the public or conceal his views on

which prepared the bill estab- any public question. {t r

lishing Parcels Post and in connec- "
Some of his colleagues in the United States Senate class him as \ :
tion with others fought successfullyfor t
one of the six most influential members in that body. i: :'

the establishment of the system.He WHAT HIS COLLEAGUES 't., ,;3''

introduced bill THINK OF SEN TOR BRYAN ;.1"..
has a providing j
He is absolutely honest and no one dares question his motives. ;J

for Federal aid in constructingGood 1 I
Hew Senator Bryan's colleagues in the Senate regard him and his 1
Roads. This bill is conceded ability is aptly told in the following letter from Senator John W. Kern, He is'a Senator for all Florida, serving the best interest of the
*+* democratic leader in the Senate -
to be one of the most statesmanlike : great majority. .;
United States Senate, Washington D. C., March 6, 1916. .

deliverances of the age. C. A. Carson, Esq.

My Dear Sir: I have had several inquiries from people in your It is-a, .time honored Democratic custom to, accord any successful '
He, has aided in framing".and state whom I knew in Indiana enquiring about Senator Bryan-his' : :
Senator,second term ,Being more familiar with his duties and the. ,,
'ability, influence and standing ia the Senate. I have answered. all these -,- l't'\ I ,,? ,1'. ". ,i' ?" < .,;' (, -" '
passing legislation that has materially enquiries that Senator Bryan and .entered,the Senate on ,the' same, routine, 'connected.., therewith. he can, reader, ;better' service!than. ',.in his ''
-' *>" '' i iipi'-.iriisv5" \ \V' "t"1"irt; 'rJ'H"/I'; / ''''' > .y'r'i *" 't ;
advanced the interests of-our day,that we occupied connecting rooms at the same hotel, for somemonths first term, and Sen. Bryan is therefore entitled by this.aido.. 'to a re
navy. aDd that our' acquaintance .has since been so close and intimate -
that I know him through and through and have as great affection election. Vfl
The above shows the very important for him I as if he were a kinsman. I' f: k

part he has taken in constructive Because of bas great ability and sterling qualities' he was given
an. important committee chairmanship when he had been in the Senate Especially should we of Osceola county and South Florida support . '
of nationwide only two and his other committee assignments are such u arc
legislation impor- years n
him, because lie is one of us. He was born and reared. in thin part k
usually only given to the older Senators. When Nathan Pi: Bryan
tance. speaks, the Senate listens, because all of us know that be has something of the state. He has labored on the farm alongside many of those wbo l'.t
to say that is worth while, for he never discusses a subject until .
remember his early life. He has driven cattle over the southern part of
S Besides this he ably looked after he has mastered it. 7U1 \
Florida is, therefore familiar with the of this
Senators wants part of the Slat
He has the confidence and good will of his fellow on
b x the interests of his state in Federal both sides of the Chamber, and for that-reason he has great influence. as few men are. He received his primary education in the public

x legislation and has aided materially in shaping legislation. schools of this place. After graduating from law school he attained :t rA
Florida ought to be proud of Senator Bryan, for no state has a ,
in obtaining the improvements, now 'more faithful,,or more influential Senator. than he. the highest. success in his profession. His opinions and ability command a

You will not find a member of the Senate who will hesitate to admiration from, all who know him. His courage is beyond
under way along her waterways, the endorse all that I have written concerning him. ; .
qasti. o.. He has never deserted a principle or a friend. He is a man i
f N, ..C" Pensacola Navy Yard and Key Westprojects. With liad.l'erarda, I.mar J
Yours very truly, in the' fullest sense of the word!, and can do snore for I his native ,
( \. JNO. W. KERN. State in the" hails of Congress than. any man whom we can, send there. ,j.

..5;M Recognize Merit and Reward Faithful Service Ry Voting For 1'

*'- 1;

v NATHAN P. 1 RYAN 4 r

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