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: February 27, 1914
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00635
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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, "" THIS COUNTY IS BIG ENOUGH N'll' i !illlirr lll'i Nnlsba I WHILE FIVE SEEK TO GUARD,

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That U, a* far a. the white primary
Valley Gazette launches this is concerned.

week a movement to hold the "Osceola And the line-Up 1.1 I : ':j ..;.,
County Fair" in Kissimmee{ next -Lst For Mayor. f

- year-some time during the latter\ T ... I D. R. Blenis. !
part of January. F Thu H. R. Hay. 1

Thus year was the first time Ouceala:>> G. F. Parker.

county had competed : at the Cofcncifiaaa . *
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. v Sub-Tropical Fair at Orlando, and G. L F. KrIDr. _* tL-.. : "
within a very short while got togetheran Roma Thomas. .,<< '> ',
array of products that won enough A. A. <, + ,
blue ribbons to barbecue hour with. Tano.For,Clerk. .

" These products shown at Orlando were ,-' . ," ,. n....",_' '. ,.... """ .' ''''''''J. I J. R. Gilbert.
not planted or grown for exhibition, I Per
but were taken as they come and put Treasurer, +
J. Z. Roberson.
in to make the exhibit as large as RESIDENCE: OF F. R. CORRELL. CLYDE AVE. AND BRYAN ST. I For Marshal and Ta* Collector. s

possible.! These very items. won)Hue --, ._ ............... . I w. C. Cobb.J. .
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I ribbons and were the talk of thousands -- .....-..-. ...- ... ....... .
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learn United what of States people\ fertile who from were soil all this startled over county the to SPLENDID Like Abou Ben Adhem COMMISSION I I Floyd T.F. S.W.Johnson.Tison..t"r.

wally possesses.

There the is no better of way to advertise than- Osceola Led All The RestWON I ticket And will that's read the that manner you 'will In which be given the l
a resources a county
through the agencies of an annual ARRAY OF F to select your choice at the white primary -
POSTPONES to be held
demonstration of the products that on Saturday March 7. ;
It will be observed
thai for the
the soil the cattle that the
grows, THE GRAND SWEEPSTAKES PRIZE. offices of clerk and ,
that FOR GENERAL treasurer there*
ranches feed,the implements our ?
mechanics make and the arts that our EXCELLENCE BY 28 PER CENT. AND OUR HIGH are none who desire'to contest the! '
right of those job with J..R.,, Gilbert
\ dan is JMENTFurnished
populace crave an opportunity SCHOOL STUDENTS CAPTURED FOUR our'OF and J. Z. Roberson.
FIVE These ..aUeIlt_'
within: reach of the residents of <>i .
ceoln toeunty to demonstrate these PRIZES IN SPELLING CONTEST. have filled these position so long ando rx

:\ things a home; hence we initiate the acceptably that our people are con.. N
' movement ---- tent to let the mdraw the salaries tin;

county fair and holding live stock exhibit in Our People At If there is anything left at the fair in the high school, who brought"back Will Sit Kissimmee' contested For the for office another of year, the at least.
mayor present;
KisslmmeeHn the early part of 1016. at Orlando
grounds that ,
Osceola county four out of five pKzes' in the spelling j i Incumbent, J. W. Lilly la content to C
The expense incurred in putting on wants it's up to Commissioner contest. Osceola high school has gained rest on his laurels'and lay aside the

.... this exhibit would be very small compared Chautauqua Swabey and Secretary Thomas to go a reputation throughout Florida as March 26 care after service of twelve months,'
with the value that the after it, but still they did fairly wellin
Y county j being among the best in the south, and three of Kisslmmee's foremost
would receive in the of advertising I the shape of prizes, for they .
way cap- having won state contest at De- men-D.. R. Blenis, H. R. May and
as thousands of people would COMES TO A CLOSE TOMORROW tured 115, among which was the grand Land for declamation and at' Talla-v G. F. Parker-*seek to annex both the:
then visit us who otherwise, perhaps, sweepstake prize of $250 for general hassee for spelling, and this latest POSTPONEMENT MADE $30 per month and the right to t
would never. These visitors would excellence, and our high school students achievement M only in keeping with SARY .BY THE LARGE "ten dollars or thirty days," and' to
have the opportunity of seeing the DELIGHTFUL AND INSTRUCTIVE added a great big gem to the what all our people knew would re- BEn OF TARIFFS TO recommend to the council that bondsor
soil that produces the products and crown by capturing four out of five promlstary notes be
to build
many them would buy and locate ENTER.TAINMENTS. prizes in the spelling contest in sult.From CONSIDERED AT THE
the day Of his appointmentby a seawall around this side of the Isksv.construct
among up. To attract the people is which there were fifty-five entries.A MEETING. *
the,board of trade. Commissioner a new.dock and T .
,install *
one of ttye biggest secrets of successit more successful fair was never, Swabey; has exerted has -.:..;... : white way on> Broadway. : -
every energy,
is the only: way in which to buildup I This has been a gala week for Kissimmee. held in Florida, and every county participating labored In and out of season early: and The following order hat* been 1'1.1'I( : Of 'eollree..U three gentlemen are '
town and with desirable deserves credit for that
a country' success. .- late, day and night, to make Osceola'span by the ,Florida Railroad confident of success, because scores
citizens.A The much talked of and" well advertised There were lew people in ,Osceola In the fair a success, and to him changing the date of its t, upon scores of people hare declared
committee'' should be gotten to Chautauqua.began Sunday county believed half the is not orXy due the success of our ex, Kissimmee from March S to their intention to support each to the,I
gether for the purpose of formulating with devotional services In the Meth- could things be on exhibition In our section hibit but he has advertised.the possibilities when .hearings will be had finish.' From outside appearance the, 'r
r plans-for the organization of an "Osceola odist church, and has given enter grown or manufactured .or .of our county' In a manner question of permitting, the race seem to be neck and neck at this ,
made here.
County Fair association," after tainments both day and night to select They did not believe that that it has never been advertised before to charge less for hauling to writing but, many a; trick has been yr
which same could be incorporated, audiences. our trucking and fruit industry had and'in his work he has been ably than to place not having water turned in the last hours1 of an' gee..
! stock sold and the work of buying a The lectures of Mrs. C. Rucker Adams grown to such a high state of perfection seconded by A. E. Thomas, who acted portation: -" tion and there Is no telling who the.nd
fair site and the erection of and many of the stories appearing will
grounds have been most instructive, and in the capacity of secretary to the To interested shipper the serenade on election night. +
in' the on
Valley Gazette in the
fair buildings begun. The county pastas general committee.To For membership on the council there1'is
her work has added greatly to the to our wonderful possibilities had of the Atlantic Coast Line r?;
commissioners the board of trade and little strife
success of the week. It is regrettedthat I been discredited, but when they visited Messrs.: Swabey and Thomas and Seaboard Air Line 1 a* only three aspire to
the of Kiss would doubt be the
city mmee no
among city'governors for the
Dr. Jas. D. Gwaltney was prevented the fair and the the Valley Gazette is indebted\ for the Florida:
donate financially to the movement saw splendid display i|I next two F. Kr1bb.'Roma rx
from filling his r following list of winners of prizes although
as of I On
says as much 1&1. five thousand dollars fruit vegetables and field crops, January 9, 1914 the Thomas and A. A. Tanowhlle there
s h le was regarded as one of the stellarattractions. I and the thousand and one of there might be IIOm _dI8crepI commissioners of the state of I' ,
to the movement the pieces two
give necessary I are places to fill
which will 'tee
be filled in later
dainty handiwork of and I I : notice that would I
Bend-off: the other would ben our women, gave they But the lam even tenor is not te be '
Mrs, Ida Cole nad Madam Lydia j the beautiful tanned skins and of meeting in the city of Ocala
easy, as in most every state In the Montford I rugs found loitering around In the
Union in which fairs are held this is proved princesses their our taxidermist, and the fine cattle I I I OSCEOLA March 3, and in the city of of those seeking the position of camp mar
the invariable rule of the officials of after respective roles and were encored and poultry, to say nothing of the, AWARDS AT mee, March 5, at which time I i hal and tax collector. This

the county and city The stock issued every Miss performance. pure-bred cattle and pet coon and J I I i MIDWINTER FAIR. would hear arguments '' of soldier. number five-W; company C. Cobb. '
to Maude
Put Willis fell the
would find a ready market here in Os- honor of the 'star attraction. As eagles, they were amazed, and are now $250.00( for best county exhibit. officials of the Atlantic Coast '' J. J. Dann, T. S. Johnson F. .W. Pitt-
ceola county and Kissimmee, and I reader she has a ready to make oath that Osceola coun- 'Judges!: George Shackleton, Michigan Railroad company and man alid Floyd Tison--and each lai
no superior on
would at the same time prove to bea circuit, and her renditions alone were ty is the most favored section of the I ;; C. M. Smith, Tennessee, and J. Line railway in support of ;i up and onto th 'job early and remains
very profitable investment for those I worth the price of a season ticket. earth for anything and everything at I II. Ferree. Ohio. Points: Osceola, plications for relief from the on the streets until the last'voter has *'

, bj.. buying it. It would pay a handsome Roger's Goshen band and orchestra, any time or at any season. I 6,010; Seminole 4,690, and Volusia, eajtion of the long and short ,, hunted the hay. They are all fine fel-'
dividend, and would be in demand once which furnished music for the week, While space forbids a mention of 2526. Orange county not competing. of the last legislature, and at the 1 low., good sober and industrious citizen 4S
it got Into circulation. is each of the many exhibitions, we cannot Osceola county also! received eight ad time hear whatever might be and it makes but little I difference
one grand aggregation of artists
refrain from saying that to the I ed by interested which
'W The generous response with which and it is regrettable that more of our ditional blue ribbons afterwards shippers receives the majority of bal. J
Southern Colonization lines of these two railroads.We .
the citizens of this county made to music lovers did not take advantage I company represented which were not included in the. total lots, our city will be safe in hi. hands. *
the call for products for the Orlando of the to hear them. here by H. R. Beuter, is due points. how find that the tariff I The executive committee which is( ) x
fair is physical proof that they would I Tonight ,at 8 0 clock, the following a eeola large amqunt of the credit for Os- I Special Blue Ribbon Awarded for will have to be considered at composed of C. A. Carson W. C.'Base.
do even better .were they to have the program will be rendered: a splendid exhibit, that comp anyentering Meritorous Displays. meetings are so voluminous J. II. Smith, S. H.'Bullock and O. H. t3

opportunity of showing their products Prelude concert piano, Miss Helen of its garden twenty-five and farm separate the products Kissim-I Southern Colonization company for becomes necessary to postpone Newhouse, ha. done Its work well and
in oo meetings heretofore fixed, faithfully and due the
in their and knowing are thanks of
' ewn county Gosley; violin solo, Miss Mary Bag- mee prairie.Nor general excellence and diversified ex-
advance of the demonstration, would:I gett; soprano soloist. Miss Pearl commissioners will therefore people. .
with that end in view, and save Gross; reader, MlsB label Roszelle can we let the opportunity pass session at the court house In -
for exhibition some of their choicest I''I entertainment extraordinary: "Lilli; to pay a tribute to our girls and.boys (Continued on page Four.) I of Ocala on the 23d day of Form of Ballot for Primary Election '

vegetables and fruits, which in many putian Lyric Ladies, consisting of1 I and at the court house in the to be Held March 7, ItU.
instances had been sold and shipped music, monologues play-posing, songs I of Kisa'mmee on the 26th ,' As there seems to be some. doubt :
i away before the Orlando fair was I and readings in costumes, cantata, March at 10 o'clock ID the about the form of ballot where ?*]
I aerial suspension tableau and Grecian All shippers located I'I in a voter expresses his first and see
held.The movement is now on. an. I i er on the line of the Atlantic I'i'' choice in accordance with the law

The time for action is now. And tomorrow, the closing day the Line railroad or the Seaboard Air: 'adopted by the Let.sesdon of the leg.
i -Jl' Will you be the first one to say: I following splendid program is offered Register Before 5 P. M. railway between Jacksonville I i i ,, we deem It wise to print be- ,

">'*Vm on." : Ocala, Ocala and Tampa, i, the form of ballot to be used,, so yr.,
: 11 A. M. education and St. Petersburg, Live Oak voter may familiarize them.
It's the duty of every citizen of Osceola -Physical "Per- '
Lakeland Palatka and Rochelle I ly,. with Itl: '
\ county to encourage and aid this fect in Every Part"-Mrs. C. Rucker. Monday March 2nd
also the Astor branch of We
., movement.: Begun now means that Adams. . the give simply the form applicable -
I Osceola county will have demonstration 2:30 P. M.-Orchestral concert, Line, will meet the .. one office; all the others. will be
y of citrus fruit, agricultural products Roger's Coshen band and orchestra. --- -- the Ocala meeting; and all '"?".'. Tile t ballot will be- in the \r-

and live stock second to none Violin, Miss Baggett. Reading of some. .. intermediate on the Atlantic i following form: The voter shall in- ,

i' ever exhibited in the state on exhibition great play as may be selected froma If you desire participate in, the June primary ou must register Line railroad between, hi. choice by placing a cross s a
and Sanford, and between 'In the
"f here in Kissimmee ip January of number in the repertoire of MUs square in the appropriate
next year Maude 'Willis. Interlude "The Tro- before 5 o'clock p. m. Monday. March 2, ai the law forces the and Tampa and along the according'to his choice, at the f i'
jan Trio. book close Harbor division, will meet the of hi* name. Your first choice
to at thai hour and date. Every law th.t'ever hu been t41
missioners at Kissimmee. the first column
8 P. M.-Grand week-end concert, ; your second choice y .,
{ s W. J. BURNS WILL participated in by all Chantaqua tal- en.cted' .hat met with opposition in the beginning and this new along the,, Wildwood-Orlando the'second column. h
KISSIMMEE ent available for the evening. Spe primary law i i. no exception. The only difference between the of the Seaboard may meet the For mayor: .
TOMORROW AFTERNOON cial numbers will be given, special missioners at either Ocala! or
features will be added and this will present law and the one under which primaries have been held in simraee.

be a great closing assembly night?I! the past i is that uncle Outlaw every voter is forced: to declare to The commissioners hope that, f."l'
'The Valley Gazette is In receipt of good-bye words, and prophecies for shippers will take.enough ( ja)
the following telegram from Mr. An- 1916. I what party he belong I at the time of.reti.teriac. whereas under the these meeting to attend the. .. 1. : l

dl'1lvan\ der Meerseh: eld'law .he wat. supposed to'be-morally bound to tupport'the ticket Very truly ,:

; "Tampa, Fla., Feb 26 '14. L. J. Corney and son Harry of, the R. Hodon Burr [ llam Jonea, .._...._.__..: X'd'
Trlplttt, Valley Gazette Kissimmee{ Catherine, Canada, arrived last weekto at .general' election which he toted'at the 'primary. But it .. Smith ,.,.;..,..__,_ _.._ x r' w *,

4.> P7a. make their permanent home in Klisfmmee. 'matter not what one think of thi''I law.'wbeth.r ids good or' bid Mrs. F. C. 'Reeves, oT Avon ______.____ ___- _____,-" + ,u

"Win. J. Burn. an dJr)1se1reoln* The remainder of the familywill it'i it the < arrived ''In town Saturday noon' ,
"' to Lakeland and Cltarwa- arrive later. Mr.Coney has rented law and those who fail, to. nibscribe their name* on the ; ,
tomorrow her '
accompanied by ,alate!, Mi ) > Next
\ (' ** Sunday Is the Arit Sanday inn
ter."' IVtU arrive together Steurday one of the Lancaster buildings. on registratioa'book. before Mondaytaftarnoon S odockwil, jr
f at not Sargent went to; Tampa &. It ''being-.the: '
. be afternoon Graystone. Mr.until'Mon-Burns will fish upper and Broad oyster way nonse and," handling has opened fresh a be 'permitted 10...yote,.a the jise..ptimay.: day afternoon where they Visited month there will be Sandaf.eko.l.i" ;x

IDTCU'" and ': 'f .... carnival returning-Monday '.,.:30.'holy communion and sermon. \
a salt water fish, and other'seafoods. ,'T ,
dayIK;. .,''"d; "eraDER MEERSCH-' _j* .(oysten: 14 , ," ; :.' /I Mr. Reeve returned ,to' Avon ; 10:30' ,, evensong ,and sermon at,! )
... Tuesday afternoon. I .; '
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I., ctubto have been l honored by an Invitation '! y I' 'e -- .

SCHOLARSHIP to march In parades, where they SEEKING I A 1 1I 1

+ have .attracted deserved'' attention ," .,
: A Trip to the State Fair., tNA
i From Memphis, Tenn., comet an interesting .

)r, i INSTEAD ,OF. what hai story,,been'which done In is other a sample states of :REMEDY FORM'NGOBLIGHT I

for young prite-winner..- In the three I. '

,,1 tales (Arkansas, ;Tennessee and Mississippi

),, which are annually\ ",pre. ,
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stinted at the Memphis Tri-State-falr,' : : r
DIG TRIPS It, was decided to' send certain boy) :: ,

prize winner to ,the fair as a reward I '
; 4 "jir ,for their excellence.\ If. :
A trip to a fair is a more or less

(- j! To-Seat of The National ton spectacular td4J'I-1ertA1n"trip! ,but event-concrete it gives, as Is agricultural the the young Washing far-- Js. Wwk ,of Department of f : : .. '; -,. _. !

perience, which they do not receive r .. ; ;: ;

from excursions to the sights of AgricultureMOST :
Government Washington. At the fair in questionthe !w,

i young men were housed on the ,

9 fair grounds in tents, two to four in I

,' DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE each tent, all in 'charge of men em- DELICIOUS OF TROPICAL L' : #*

.RECOMMENDS FORMER AS ployed by the state or government to FRUITS IS BEING SERIOUSLY ; '\

( MORE VALUABLE PRIZE look after their'.. interests. INTERFERED WITII BY i ii /


,1.1 :\' CLUBS. PROPERTYASSESSED Washington 1>. C., Feb 23.-The

;} i mango most delicious of tropical :
"t' fruits is now being grown on a com ,
E ." Washington, D. C., Feb 2*.-The I mercial scale in Florida, but the pro- ?

r+ ,. department of agriculture recomanends i duction has been seriously interfered
that in place of a trip to Wash iI with by a fungus growth. The depart-

ington the young prize-winners of the ment of agriculture is endeavoring to

corn, canning and poultry, and other I I determine on a remedy for this blight,

agricultural clubs be giv ea year's and has issued a bulletin givingthe "j

.'r : training at some HALFVALUE : lust certain experiments in '
j"" agricultural college. In case the spraying the fruit. Spraying with I

\ young champion's academic training Bordeaux mixture served to keep the f.i.

,. would not enable him to enter the fruit free from infection, although 0( '.H
I agricultural clubs be given a year'snore when applied to the blossoms duringthe ,

"! elementary course In a school Assessors Win Over State rainy season it was of little or no '-t"

,, where agriculture is taught or a course I value. .- J

in an agricultural high school are Beneath mango trees the disease .
recommended.The A. Cannon and Jos. Thurman. hereby stock. In the event of nnv liquidation of the corporation on the second Tues !
... that such Tax CommissionTAX can always be found on the fallen I Associate themselves together for the or dissolution or winding up.whether dnof' April In each year If not a _' .'
I department considers leaves. Here these leaves merely purpose of becoming Incorporated under I' voluntary or Involuntary, oe real holiday, and If a legal holiday t ft,
\ i courses haVe considerably more lasting await a favorable moist season to I the law of the State of Florida. the corporation: the holders of the hen on the next succeeding business ',Ii
.f r' value for prize-winners and for ARTICLR I. preferred stock shall be entitled to be da).
the disease widely. Growersof 1
'll ; Maid>, In full both the amount oftheir ARTICLE VI. j\\i
thefr sections than The name of thin Corporation shall par
l tr\ the agriculture of COMMISSION( WILL VISITEVERY : this newly introduced fruit which he ORAYHTONK HOTEL, COMPANY. shares and the unpaid dividendsccrued Tho mild. corporation shall adopt an ,
+ : i flying trips to the capital. The state COLNTY: AND CON- undoubtedly would be very popular in Its principal office and place of bu.l- I thereon before any amount appropriate seal, and shall adopt bylaws l 1,f
which have shall be paid to the holders of the for the government of Its atl'alra.'G i
I' and local organizations American markets if it were more ti"ss shad be In the City of Klsslmmee.County .
: for these trips have been PER WITH ASSESSORS I of Onceola In the State of common stock and after the paymentto not Inconsistent with Its Articles of I
f been I
paying abuntdant realize the seriousness of .
'" II Florida, and It shall have power to rBtfthllsh the holders of the -preferred stockof Incorporation and the LAWS of the f:
l' \ sincerely interested in developing a I ,VS TO ASSESSING the disease and it was to aid them other office" and agencies It. par amount and unpaid .. Jnthereon tate of Florida, .:"p'Il.d': : by-laws ymprovld..d .
i ; r \\t. ; true appreciation of farming an a bus'll PROPERTY that the writer of the department's within and without, the State of Flor- the remaining asset shall lj be amended or as be $
the boy and girl far ida. distributed to th. holder of the OOID- In said by-laws t"9>
1 mess among bulletin sent to Florida to
; was
mon stock pro rats, according' to ine *
}: mers. Some of these have already study the trouble. number of share outstanding and
circular which is The K<'iifinl nature of the businessor I The highest amount of Indebtednessor "
and have decided The following without .
a I ,4 considered this question I: Mangoes come into bloom very irregularly businesses to he transacted by aid preferenceAn liability to which the corporation 'j
\ : I on the agricultural course an the self-explanatory has been i issued by !, They are very dependontupon Company Is an follows. part or all of said capital stock can at any time subject Itself shall }I']
i j- be either In cash Inproperty
nay payable or '
commission I of Its \
the tax : not exceed tho amount" capital
f,, more desirable prize. state weather conditions. If the weather I To carry on -the business of hotel labor or services, at a just stock authorised at such Ume.'I 3
One of the first person to raise Tallahassee, Feb. 19, 1914. I I' happens to be dry at blooming time and Inn keepers. restaurant keepers, ,valuation to be fixed by the Incorporators ARTICLE VIII.'lho r whether the To the Tax Assessors of the Several I caterers, keepers of livery stables and or by the nipoctors at a meeting
to practical of
., the question as I and until the fruit is set the fruit ; names and residence the subscribing -
garages for horseless conveyances'mil ,caned for such
purpose I
training or the more spectaculartrip Counties of Florida: I I' be brought through to vehicles all kindsware Inoorporators, together with .kthe .
,.l ,r commission can ripeningfree motor of Th authorized capital stock may be number of shares of the authorisedcapital "J
was preferable, was Willie 1' (;lentlcmenThe tax from infection, by spraying at house men tobacconists. dealers In Issued and paid for at such time or stock subscribed. for by each.
'" V Brown, an Arkansas corn club prizewinner since its organisation: last July, has certain intervals. However, if the provisions. barbers and hair dressers, times and upon such terms and conditions I are as follows: ,
l Given his choice of all the been working{ to find the best plan to weather not the blossom-blight news dealers and proprietors or man as the Board of Directors may Harry W Thurmiin Klsslmmee, Fla.,
is dry avers of theatres, opera houses and determine '
p prizes offered by the state, includingthe adopt to get ell assessors for the flourishes when the tree blooms. In other places of public entertainment ARTICLE IV I SftO\V shares!II Maklnson Klsslmmee. Fla '
t '''-1 ,,; trip to Washington, he selected a I year 1H14! to assess all property on a the department's experiments, spraying To. acquire b>' purchase or olh..r1".1. The corporation shall have succession -,,60 shares. .-
> scholarship him a year's tuition uniform basis, one county with another ... .own.. hold buy. sell convey ex by Its corporate name perpetually II 11 Porter KlHDlmmee. 1<"la. 100 "
: giving the blossoms preventeda I \
found every ,.. lease mortgage dispose of. 1 And Is to exist perpetually shares.
In an agricultural school. This On investigation we and blos- and deal In real estate or other .' a
: ; I set of fruit spraying.the ARTICLE V I < \ ('arnntt., Klsslmmee. Fla.. 10 "
i gave impetus to the idea in Arkansas that heretofore property had not been soms every other day did not save ",' personal or mixed The business of the 0 shares S.
1 ; rs the annual offered assessed at a'uniform rate varying mirnuhdjvtale, plat, imj rove President: : Joe. Thurman Klsslmmee. Fla. toeshares. '.
::.i and now biggest prize sufficient fruit to justify the expensein R"o ; ; i shall be conducted by a a J.
of its I I : I ) develop lands for purposes of saleor .
( the corn club boys is a scholarship from 10 to 75 per cent true Vice-President Secretary and a Treasurer
I violation of spraying. otherwise, and to do and perform: and such other officers and I IN WITNESS WHRKKOK. the saidsubscribers .!
bankers' association.The rash value. This was I I :
r f given by the Syraping was, however, effective in I nil things needful for the development Rents a* may from time to time be have hereunto set their
',' same association gives a similar law, but was done by custom and ('on-I I keeping the buds of the flowers free and management of the came forresidence elected or appointed and 'by a Hoard hands and seals, this 19th day of February tit
' scholarship: to the !girl champion of sent among the aimesRorH from diseases even after the flowers trade or business of Directors consisting of not less A. I). 1914 :
that To conduct general real estate than three nor more than seven member HARRY W. THURMAN i
commission knowing a
\ clubs. The tax 'I'
c I the canning began to Experiments seem to W. B MAKINRON.
)/I I open. surety and Insurance agency and The number of Directors shall
Other suggestions regarding prizes these conditions existed suggested to show that the buds should be- sprayedat brokerage business and to act a. be fixed by the stockholders in the R 1). PORTKR r ,.i I
;t 'c
rrp' ; have been made from time to time by the assessors In a convention in Tallahassee least every fourth day until blossoming aorent, broker or attorney In fact for by-laws from time to time and the I C. A. CARSON.
all : firms In officers shall be elected or appointedas
in November that they any persons or corporations
:i : i i'' those who have been most time From then until the buying l selling; pledging and dealing prescribed by the by-law.. The
themselves to
: in these clubs and understand the agree! and pledge assess fruit is set, spraying seems to be of no III real or personal property or Its same person may hold two or more STATIC OF FI.OHlnACOUNTY ,
all property for the year 1914 on offices, except. as may otherwise be'Prp.crlbed OF )R( 1nlA 88BH
tI r seeds of the boy and girl farmers. value. However, after the fruit is set accessories
( I IT KNOWN That before me.
the bylaws.The
,t, 1 \ Some of these suggestions are offered the same basis of not less than 50 percent it can be kept covered with Bordeaux To carry on and entertain any business following by named person shall the undersigned Notary Public, In and
consideration of others of its true cash value. We believed undertaking transaction oroperation for the State of Florida. County oflacenla
J. herewith for the I mixture during the first eight or ten carried b.he officer to conduct the business -
on or Undertaken -
to profit by them. at the time,and no advised the ad- commonly of the Company officer ( personally appeared HarryAV II'
who weeks of its to
might care development great by promoters. Investorsfinanciers :tethfle..
l I aSllealorand still believe that, under who shall be elected .. election Thurman. W B. Maklnson.{ It. D.
!, Two Weeks Course for County Prizes.While vantage. contractors merchantscommission of officers of said Company shall ,Porter. C. A. Carson and Jos. Thur-
course with all expenses the conditions now existing, which The fruits are moat susceptible to men and agents and tn be qualified.: me well known and known tome
It ". alear'a of the cannot be changed at once, it was infection just as they are setting. the course.endorse of such acquire.bu.lnees and to sell draw all ,I Harry W Thurman. President I' nioto the Individual In and whouhscrlhed
'i, biggest for not best to jump to a full cash value I accept Instruments W B Maklnson VIce-Presldent. I their names to the foregone -
., department for the prize Consequently it appears that it wouldbe or any negotiable or It D. Porter. Secretary proposed Charter and acknowledged -
state winners, less extensive courses this year; but the tax assessors failed : best to make three applications of and securities. Including C. A. Carson, Treasurer that they executed th. same for
winners.It to adopt our suggestion and adjourned : debentures, bonds note. and bills of I W. Thurman. W. B. Mak- expressed.
3 might be offered to county Bordeaux mixture at weekly intervals, and Harry WITNESS h"d
exchanfteTo and official seal
without action making' lnson R. D. Porter C. A. Carson Jos. I
taking or
has been .suggested that such counties any applying the first one when about one- purchase, acquire, hold own as Thurman Arthur B Don.Ran and P at Kisalmmee In the County and State
as care to.give prizes, give one any agreement as to a uniform assess- half to two-thirds of the blossoms aim. transfer, and; dispose of the A. Vans Agnew shall b. Directors i foresald, this 19th day of February: .
or more short., courses in the. state ment. This left us with nothing to have opened, and folloWing these by a stocks, bonds and other evidences of The first election of Directors shall A. D. 19 .'
collegesto do but to instruct them to .comply i Indebtedness of any corporation domestic b. held on the 14th day of April AO.. Seal) M. W. SARGENT.
agricultural and mechanical I fourth application after a ,lapse of or foreign. and to Issue In exchange 814. and thereafter the annual election I Notary Public, State of Florida .J. i!
the fortunate'county champions. with the law and assess at full cash two weelcs and a fifth one three weeks therefor its stacks. bond, or of Director shall b. held at the My commission expires: ,February 17, 'ton. I
These courses are usually only two value. ] later. Although this would make five ether obligations. I ITrt principal office and place of business ... 'J
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t 4 weeks long and are held in winter or Since then the assessors met in i sprayings for the fruit in addition to acquire, .own, work leas., mort- II IIgage .

in summer; The training given is of convention in Jacksonville on February :: the two (or in some cases three) for mine., ,convey minerals sell, ore'and. mineral dispose of oils any of "--

a ,the most practical sort, and the "2 and passed resolutions adoptingour the buds., all kind., and mineral oil

v amount of time spent is no. gauge of previous suggestions agreeing to The: only solution at present foi1 rlarhts. and mining llferous land. and. \
amount" benefit to be obtained. assess all property for the year 1914on any Interest therein. and t* explore.wrk.
r the freeing mango during blossomingtime the and
rothe exercise, develop same
k a These short courses have already been a basis of 50 per cent. of true this dreaded disease is to to manufacture and transport all

given as prizes by certain counties, cash value. We believe that this, develop some variety which will be kinds of ores. metals and minerals, ,
and have proved most valuable to the which is in line with the suggestion immune. The Mulgoba mango seemsto and the products thereof. I (
li made by us to the tax assessors whilethey To establish. .construct operate. and h1I
; young people. possess a resistant quality in some conduct turpentine farms and stills,
t) / Large Cash Prize Not Encouraged. were at our request in convene degree. It has been known to set a shingle mill., saw mills, electric lighting _
y Large cash prizes are not to be tion in Tallahassee November, will good crop of fruit when other mango and power plants, tramways. log fJ
be better for the tax under road. dredging and drainage plants
acouraged, according to those whop trees failed to do so. The rapidity and water works and sewerage -
have worked with the young contest the existing conditions and we approve with which the blight works on trees :system.: systems, and to manufacture -
$ fol this action and withdraw our that resistant quality and deal In lumber cross ties -
i' ants. Better suggestions are as possess no may FANCY
as REtiMI
lows: order for a full cash value for year be illustrated by a concrete instance.A nd naval stores of all kinds.To

1914 and notify all assessors to assess tree had been sprayed three times acquire, purchase catch take,
A pair of registered pigs hold store pack preserve, sell,
all for 1914 at 50 cent. of buy
f A A fine pair colt.of foil-blooded chickens. true property value in compliance per with this ers with upon Bordeaux it opened mixture in ,full and bloom the flow on of export all ,kinds dispose and of to and generally distribute engage fish I sae Haas-1-le.: -- OUR MEATS ARE RIGHT

pledge and resolution.We March ?6 with every indication thata n the fish\ businessTo .
A registered calf. suggest that all boards of coun- good of fruit would be set. On build buy. sell equip operateand half a pound of veal from the
I An up-to-date corn planter commissions wil Iwork harmonl- crop own steam ships, steam boats thinJet and a large knuckle, and two Our Prices I Too
ty dead r
March 28 all of the flowers were ,
launches pow..rta
f' ',d A two-horse wagon. to sailing vessels motor thin slices of ham; put all on the ere
arrange their special levies so as and dry.Weather. and other boats and property to ifter cutting the meat Into strict
A watch.
t. gold work to a full cash value assessment conditions at present makeit used in such business trade, commerce lad removing the fat. and slmm I <.r '
l Book on agriculture. later, as required by law. almost impossible for the mangos and navigation; pier.and to docks con- .n water enough to cover until It la May We Not t .Ie
and operate .
A double-barreled shotgun. truct ( >er ytender Dissolve a large teaspoonful -
first-class bicycle. I The tax commission will visit the that bloom in winter to set any fruit. wharves] warehouses, and terminalsn In gelatine Have ready
( and and Jan- connection with such business rich, thin: crust also Putthe
different counties in the state confer Conditions during December some pie
: A ton of good fertilizer.A with the assessors and use all uary are ideal for'the infection. How To pursue any and all other bus-! ,, meat Into a baking-dish In lav- EXPECT SOME TRADE ,
r '5 hat. and to do any and all other acts >rs: pour the hot stock over the .
A fireless cooker (for girl winners). means in their power to see that property ever, at the time of the mango's spring/ and ness things and to exercise any and gelatine ;season, .strain and pour all
1 in every county is valuedandassessed bloom the weather conditions for good all other power which may be n..oe..a..y. .-. in Put oil the crust, making an
; Mere Prizes Make More Contestants. on as near a uniform basis settings of fruit seem more often fav- expedient or convenient In con-the jpenlng for steam, and bake brown : FROM YOU ?
s nection with or In addition to nt away till very cold and firm.
In general it is better to offer many KB possible. We hope every assessor orable than not. This fruit may be uslness and businesses hereinbefore

smaller prizes than a few large In the state and every board of coun- brought through to maturity in a dis specified which a natural person and

M'' ones. If twenty boys try for a prize ty commissions will work harmone- easefreeand clean condition by a a corporation do and of this exercise character, and to maylawfully do RULL BASS MARKET Phone 189 304 Broadway

; and only one la fortunate, some of the ously with us to the end that each moderate number of sprayings with ny and'a.11' of the bUBli\essesor things
A'' nineteen unsuccessful contestants county will bear its just portion of the Bordeaux mixture. before mentioned afflict alone or In

q"" will probably be too discouraged to taxes; necessary to successfully finance It )is never so dry, however, but that combination.It -

7 ,try But if five of the the state and county governments. spraying will have to be resorted to in I* the Intention that, and all the...

I r are rewarded for their efforts, more c We hope that all assessors.:will use order to keep the fruits free from )contained acts and powers In this specified paragraph shall Ob-I

'M) merit will have received recognition iiligenco! to get all taxable property' diseases after they have set. No apt wher. otherwise expressed

-I}, and the remaining fifteen will see >n the tax books, as it is unjust for amount of fertilization of the .soil will I said paragraph reference be nowise to or limited Inferencerom IDEAL FERTILIZERS

Y: more possible. opportunities of success some to pay taxes and others escape, take its place. restricted the terms by of any other clause of
1 the following year. when all are receiving the same bene? this or any other paragraph In this
i:' Some' boards of trade and chambers fits from the government Gaoler ,to debtor in prison)-One Charter but that the objects and powers of- 4'
of rcreditbrs wants to speak to specified In each of the
you .
of also Respectfully.
". commerce recognized this paragraph shall b. regarded a*
the efforts of the clubs, by giving JOHN NEEL, you. Independent objects and powers This Best
banquets for the young people and JOHN S. EDWARDS, Debtor-If you're supposed to look Charter may b. avm.nued from time to ,
5 after ought to see, that I'm time as provided by law now or hereafter -
'. entertaining them with street car and R. J. PATERSON me you
I automobile rides. On other occasions Tax Commission. not interrupted at my meals. Tell him enacted.ARTICLE .
.. .. I'm out.-Pel* Mele. The amount of ,U. capital stock au- Because of right sources right proportion, and right cctmbinations. -

- thorised shall be two hundred thousand :

Ifc Subscribe for The Valley*, Gazette. two thousand(1100,000.00)(1.000 dollars.shares divided ofbe Into' -

hundred (1100.00) dol-
(Prickly Ash Poke JLoot and Pot.adnm) f APPLICATION ro'R LIlIT Car Value each.on.on. hundred thousand
(HOO.tOOOO dollar of said stock consisting \
Prompt Powerful Permanent TKHS 'PATRNT AND. INCORPORATION. of on. thousand (1.000) share .
hundred CheapestBecause
of the par value of on.
r its '"...; .to etu bbI caw Ooo resela ....1y ftt.O.OO dollars each shall be com- .
y f_ an..u" P. P. P. I..leait saw Notice la hereby given that the un- mon stock, and on. hundred thousand
said stock
; W.WW7 VWeklr _wbot..III'.s_ an. ...... of dersigned'wlll the State of apply Florida to the on Ooy.rnor the IUh consisting$100.00000)of dollar ono thousand of (1,000)" of our large tonnage there it economy in buying, manufacturing
th.) value of on. hnnvdred ,
hares 'of par
for LettersHOTEL
of March. A. D. 114
r COMPANY under the follow- ($10O* O) dollar each shall' b. I and selling and customers the benefit.
stock. The holders of th. our get
1 P, P. .P sag proposed Charter and QRATBTONV Articles of preferred stock shall be entitled to .
atant incorporating *, from ,
n ." Incorporation, a copy of which ha* receive, wh.n and as declared . x
.f. ,". the surplus or of the cor- I
b.en filed In the office of the B er,- dividends: :
1Iabe deb: Ted pant blood-cleanse. the' _tire I" of Stat. .f said State of Florida. .oratlon. yearly at the rat. '
) a the dI ..tIoII and serve. 4A' tarn HARRY AN. of eight p.r cent. (>%) par annum, and Wilson Toomef Fertilizer Co. ,
.braba-etreoctbeol : fA'1'JNTJ
( ajlteaa-clean : ; R. N.l no more. The dividends on the prefrr.d i

posiUre specific Mr Blood PoUoei and akin __. t R,.f' R clock shall before b. cumulative dividendson and
C, CARSON, hall be payable any
-r f d ,' HUIUlAN.I th. common stock shall b. paid or Jacksonville.'Florida .
r 1 'pores cot an45topetM....: M9luY: JO8 :f. '
ft' ; .. rArttelw set .*"' .'for the 11'I. period. *o
?' L1 d.R,WonderM bodr-buOder Thousand endow it. ,.1-, If for any p.rlod dividend at the rat..
," .. __ .f sight Gent (I") per annum
ti ) .. sad'Pr.p..d : per ;
UPPMAN Q. SAVANNAH. GAI ; ; v..c Onyat.s shall Dot .hays b.en 'paid 011' shall re- Local Agents: Waters ,&' Carson Grocery Co. :
? besaki
r H y., If.rred'st.ek' the 'd. oxeno7 ,
; 'The uad.r.l.0.- '. UsrrrW. Tbur..all" ",.for. any dividend shall b. paid 4i ',J.,"

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' OWENS INTRODUCES "Window" and Not .. I J

f CHILD LABOR BILL Are The Kind of i l' .

Jf .i'' sir
Barred By Your I '
D. C. Feb. 23.-Senator i j'j'I
.r Owen of Okiahoma introduced on SAME OLI STAND.
3 Saturday the same federal child labor -
}t bill which :Mr.: Palmer of PennSylvania I 1
;111,, last month presented in the Listen! plain to me just 4iii.r ?w
house. It applies to factories produc- Have you heard the latest orders I velope' is?" came rd '
t ing goods for interstate commerce the from Washington T over the wire. 0 r."1 w, Arai' S
fourteen-year age limit already in Not much of a story at all in the beginning "In what
force more or less comprehensively -Just "time copy," as the editor I used?" asked the
I.' in forty states. It regulates the em- would say, but whether you would "I notice in our m I ,
ployment of children under sixteen call it that, we'll leave it for you to the government is i' G
; by limiting their working hours to decide. the mails all '
eight in one day, and by prohibiting Here's the way it all came about: .wanted to ask TIME
re entirely their employment at night in I The postoffice department at Wash brand in stock,"
,r mills, factories or workships and at ington some days ago issued an orderto tioner. l
; any time in mines or quarries. the effect that after July 1 all "Will be delighted 'i, : %,
.: The Virginia State Child Labor I "window" envelopes would be barred certain," said the r
,k committee has unanimously endorsed from the mails, giving as the reason the 'phone," came
"A the bill and this action by citizens of the difficulty encountered by the pos- distance. l
..n the old stronghold of states' rights tal clerks in handling same. It struck him that qv4 % T J.f' :
if considered by Owen R. Lovejoy You know the "window" envelope, sible that this uLYCitrus :
"t-t general secretary of the NationalIi do you not? It's .the envelope witha ried among the large
Child Labor committee, to be an indication portion of the front cut out and a on hand, so he '
;: of the increasing demand by strip of isinglass substituted in lieu room and '
i,: consumers for goods that are free thereof-the kind all the milliners different sizes
Jj t from' the taint of child labor. Mr. use, fathers. Yes, we know you've ried many In stock, and not GrOWerS', J;

;.. Lovejoy says further: seen them. ow" brand, the _, .' ..
y.. e "The National Chlid The the him that ' \ n' "
Labor committee at it was
press representatives
,/ 1 is actively working for the capital gathered this ordere up among velope that the "' ; Our new Spring Citrus $ook.ntitled BE ON TIME:: I*,';
';\ I passage of this Owen-Palmer bill. It the many others issued, and paying I' mers had reference It tell what fertiliser .to use, .how ,much, when' toapply; .andmany'.:
J is the first time a federal bill has been little attention to same, mailed them returned to the : ether valuable points on grove management., . < . :
', I introduced which is comprehensive to the various newspapers. Upon I to explain to the 'I Send for copy and also for our leaflet Acid Soils ..-.eI1. U'
be worth while and their cfestinatlon for such ) ,
enough *> simple reaching ;they were easy it was ,
enough lAbe worth while; and we are placed about in remote places on the "I don't know one i I Its Forms and Effects. ;
: advised by able lawyers that the provisions telegraph pages" and all was for- verges failing to WILSON & CO '
)). of the bill are constitutional. gotten of such. But, this was only the and less about the : : TOOMER FERTILIZER' ." {)'
I It has been introduced by democrats "beginning of the end." In settingthis curs after the key rvt'W; ;I Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilisers. ,: '- "'" '
'." but We hope it will be supported, regardless copy on one of the dailies in do knew what the ) t
,I. of party lines, by all who which it appeared, the "n" in every such occurs in any ; ( .1 I JACKSONVILLE, FLA., r
I' believe that young children should be instance failed to respond to the pers."
freed from the burden of wage-earn touch of the linotype operator, henceit Being curious to ,
;'! ing'and that older children should be read "widow" envelopes, when it the "penalty" would ) *
I% protected from overwork and the should have read "window" envelopes. to prolong the ( ,
1" \ dangers of mining.". No attention had been paid the error er, who is blamed : "'J, .
-the telephone rang-''Hello, II ,thil who has the task I
, J' 1- S bS l'ibe\fO!..'?; .Valley Gazette i M >T, Pardon. me, .sir, but will,you, exOQBINARE the pugilistic I

" '" .1 i I : itor would is like out to replied.know ) ......

''H I "Immediate (
of the ones 4 w' a N ;
after eight o'clock ,
the startling reply. I
"Nothing cooking i
; answered the advisor.
ty-four Kissimmee hours'a (clay )

is an exact parallel I
r curred out in Texas
continued. "There
and a saloon down
in southern Texas

: Bubble, Sales. open places all was night.a e9r.rUNCLE

drug electric store letters had read a ....
while that of the sa! r'......... ',\ .'
all night The 1.
kPZD 1iV that both businessses <; "'f,; "
.r nice trade throughout (
erected large 1
fir "Mee Wakee Too." i ,
\ example of the !,
F ti
. Kissimmee-and SAM'S MAILS are safe and sure, .nd .our .;.pkocid'ti', :
matter! .
\ : ( ; "Horrible! i for giving prompt attention I Ito mailed deposits are 1 _
\ the voice at the other a f
who, continuing, said: \ the result -of a carefully studied effort to satisfactorily serve a lira .,
status of affairs I'll ; )i I '" ..; : m
tiations, as I had and constantly growing lilt of out-of-town '
man's darling and a )I cIepoaito"i'
combined than a .
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..:... $ VOTE I USE THE MAILS, I '. 'IiI .
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' ; SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5L2 I If yea will drop lu a Gas .. wiB gladly tall y More
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lot r i "". 1.11, and iadJemUfly *', law f *lPMMM (xt ly
( A BIG of bargains will be offered to I I \ ." ,

I I you In the shape of Gents', Ladles' I r'!: wfcy yes ....\.- ur t tkb ..... ; I "'I?

Children's I ,

I SWEATERS. These indispensable articles STATEKISSIMHEE B NKo'F'' .

will be sold at cost.) Don't ,
miss the when .
P opportunity It : ;

'V _V comes. So Sweaters for : '
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SSL.S.5 only. This I, .
, ,, '. Caplta1. .>110q,0//0; "" ... "t } .
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will be for day and' will be
\ALE one on
$30,000.00 epoator ewritr .
: $ $HO. oo.oo
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Sweaters only we can give you DCThe : : ,J ,.
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"' "'1 Too ., .. ,1"\"\ ,. \, _ _ Ow er < PROflRAM'iOF r SERVICE
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t- IN RATESi-bn-eep9reno"year .-.:__..____..._:___....11-JSitks for, the 'Legislature.' J 110 would "
.... ... .. tt. One copy. thr. months. ..,-.. ._ I '
.v > :... --: make an able representative, but how I ,19.
; ran a buoy editor find time to go to Market, 503 '
., must bi ; Fish and Oyster
authorised-correspondents MEETINGi
.ttons except our JENSION
the Florida [ 1 Main
.rlt... -Legislature.- Advocate Broadway, corner street, ;
.tier will not bl return ed tinless. called. for. ._. I. now open for business. ,' '" ;?
y --- -- '" 8
I mall matter S. J. Triplett, editor and manager I
In Klielromii, florid*, M seconcla) $ Ij
re roetoftlOe < of the Kissimmee Valley Gazette, is j I Fresh and salt water fish received

FRIDAY, *FEBRUARY 27. 1914 j!I an Usceola announced county candidate in the lower to. represent house of To Organize Drainage Association j Plan Now Engaging Attention I daily. .' ";i,.

Ithe< Florida Legislature, Osceola Oysters opened' fresh from. .
j county could not send a better man I the "shell, a specialty
to Tallahassee than Triplett, and we at Bartow I of Congress I "
would like to nee him nominated I I. '
I R fc I without, opposition.-Manatee River I L. J. CORNEY



',1,: f;, Democratic Executive Com. I'I of S.the J. Kissimmee Triplet.t.r Valley and manager Gazette, I MEETING/WILL" BE LARGE- HANDS OF THE PRES- I! .

/ { .' I| has announced as a candidate for the I ATTENDED., ENT CONGRESS.
.r I r'r :, Legislature from Osceola county and I
.\ '" in his announcement says that he is G-; I I gram. The national leaders of the
t'v not the candidate of any click or The'Valley is i t of Washington. D. C., Feb. US.!: -Civil movement will address the gathering,
j: .t meeting of the County Democratic Executive committee isby combination of men. We need men the following tentative program of service pension plans are now before I and organization will be effected to '

toe called to lake place at the court house in Kissimmee. Fla., like Triplett in the Legislature. He the meeting to be held at Bartow on congress. House committees are beginning put the utmost possible pressure behind -
io for the is one of those sterling charactersthat March I 5 for the purpose of organizinga hearings preliminary to some the demands for burly legislation. .II
to p to. .Saturday. March ft. This meeting n called cannot be controlled by anybody state drainage association, also a kind of civil service pension legisla .

z wi of transacting such buiinesr ee is necessary to properlyffrlcejluct'the 1 but does what he thinks is pressing invitation to attend and take tion.With I ____
i l1 e0n right A logical reasoner a strong part in the proceedings. The ques- the hope that legislation maybe A pretty good index to the growthof
primary lo be held in the month of June of year. I debater he will be a power in thei tion of drainage is engaging the secured at the hand so( the present population and the enterprising

} young M.I- i Legislature elected-and he'll be tention of the people of Florida at-I I congress, establishing a system of civil character of that population is afforded -
I wouldi\ ROMA IHOMAS. Cliairman. I elected too, mark our word.-Mulberry day as it never has before, and it service retirement and retirement annuities by the liberality with which

.ego're !& J. TRIPLETT, Secretary Herald. hoped some plan will be adopted at the house committee on civil the people of a community patronize a
this meeting that will result in the service will begin hearings this week, public utility like a telephone system.

i lion. S. J. Triolett., the well known I Ij enactment of a law that will meet I I preliminary to formulating a legislative One of the most striking manifestations
\ ;, o: ; :i j i labor union champion editor and I the demands for drainage and he satisfactory program. of the growth of Kissimmee ando
w' _-_ ( general "booster" for Kissimmee, is'' to the people. I I Various bills and plans for accomplishing ( the nearby parts of Osceola countyis
candidate for seat in the Legislature The program follows: ) this reform in the civil establishment furnished by the last i insue .of the
LONG AND! SHORT IIAfl.) a 10- A. M. Call\ order of the will be
,. ,. .e ou THE from Osceola county. Mr. by Capt.T. govemnent directory of the Kissimmee Telephone
f. .' Itt W. Bartow boardof considered and testimony will
t' -- a live wire and if Rent to Cary, president expert company operating! in that city and
I Tallahassee he will be found fighting trade. be taken representing views of St. Cloud. The directory shows the
h g -jn' the past few years this country has been moused us never' !br- I'i for what he believes to be right.. Invocation-Rev. Thos. McDowell. the subject. names of more than a hundred new
.a f. t an o'/tbe soundness of the good old doc-trine of "KcUHl| lights to all ; Mar Palalka Times Herald.I r Election of chairman and secretary Following the hearings before the subscribers within the past year. This

This revival of appreciation of such sound doct mi- I of. meeting. committee, which will occupy Friday indicates a rapid growth in the popu-
.Zf' at lirlvileges to none. Welcome to the rty; of Bartow and Saturday of this week, the civilservice lation. The number of new subscribers -
'i : ; lea to the enactment of a new tariff, because it was found that any inbuilt I 1 Editor Gazette Triplett, of the Kissimmee himself Mayor R. C. Hatton. organizations of Washington is expected to be doubled during
without foundation, that is to established us u Valley announces asa A. P.o'ant\ assistant industrial big mass meeting at
\\1 ) ry. a proper say candidate for the lower house of Response are planning a the present year-Tampa Times. I
': r ;I \ 3 !=privilege, was exacting too hejyyy\ toll from the public. The public !j the Legislature for Osceola county. agent S. A. L. Ry., of Jack- which men of national position The will
sonville Fa. be asked to discuss the subject.
', I : has been aroused to the fact that each industry ought to stand I Good editors are nearly always by humanitarian of '\nTH Ii: TO niKIIlTOtlM.IN I
-t'> v rite 10:30 A. M.-Some of the subjectsof aspects questionwill
'y!, bwj foundation, and any place, or industry, or individual built up by the nature of their calling men with the meeting and why it was called\ be urged; and it is hoped that ( 01 IIT OK TIIK: I-OIXNTV Jl'IMiKMTATK >. i

;; v t"etal.meanl Was not reaching the highest development of which they I open question minds and who seldom look at all off sides half-ofa -Geo. W. OJiver, member executive President Wilson leaders in con- re Kntmtr: off OK I. lloravr,. 01.. I

4's h and that if artificial means were necessary to maintain such, This is the kind go committee National Drainage congress gress, cabinet members and ministers ('on.1).. .
cocked. of materialto Bartow, Fla. of the. gospel may be brought together T.I nil <-.. .llIurs. cKatfcB.l . l>l.trlbul.....
'f bo withdrawn. make good legislators of.-Lakeland and all l-iTnon having Claims or 1)cinnnds
'" 'j'\f' I 10:46: A. M.-The "Crane DrainageLaw" to consider the question from this ii,-8111..1. Maid IGltAte I
individuals News.
\ "fir'bftAble idea to minds holds true an to plareindustry and
our and its enactment-Senator N. point of view. You. and fitch of r"by no-
n ( t' p, maintained, or destroyed by railroad companies., We do not J. Drane Lakeland, Fla. The recent announcement that ( ., win -iulrf; (l.ouioartrh..:. any I

.,. "...'j .... community or one individual l should I be taxed by the railroad S. J. Triplett of the Kissimmee Gazette I 11 A. M.-"How a Drainage Asso- President Wilson is studying the whole .i.I liiI ii.,",,,i tit. nod you l ..1.'msl1d.niny have which aflralnat you. the or
,. \ another, in- is out for representative of Os ciation Can Further the Agricultural problem of the civil service from this < IIIma .' uf 1 It. llorni-r. il.Teased late of
'; /rUfjto support another community or another individual or I ceola county. We have known Brother Interests of the State"-Hon. point of view and that two membersof IMCeuhii". ounty. "Florida to the under-
Itl'1r'f. Triplett for forty and Os- D. C.chas'l" cabinet work HlKI d I "c1"".r. of said eBtate.
, years G. Elliott of Washington, the are at; on plans .'tir from the dale hereof.
/ ;Not; many years ago the town of Palatku started out with the brightest ceola will make no mistake in electinghim. merly chief of drainage inve for retirement and nnuity systems, i ''"'' 21th. A. O. 1914.if .
bssibls of becoming a commercial center. It seemed that the He is honest, progressive, and United States department of a ricul- has given impetus t\ the efforts of M. IJRlOA K ER.
?. prospects able to'take care of himself and the ture. the civil service organization.There Administratorill.
I 4 i Jrgaddeclded that Palatka should not become a wholesale center, but that people; but-can we spare him from General discussion. are two general plans for
i r"I eksonvllle' should become the whole thing. With this end in view before the editorial staff?-Tavares Herald. I I 11 :45 A. Appointment of com creating funds to make up the retirement witGET

...stablilhmont of the railroad commission in Florida, the Palatka whole. I mittees. pay of aged employes of the government -
miles \Editor S. J. of the Kis- 12 Noon-Adjournment. One is based on the Cooperation -
Is* might ship to a nearby point, say not more than ten or fifteen Triplett
I simmee Gazette i is a candidate for I 1:30: P .M.-"What Reclamation and of the government and the YOURTickets
The would be charged from
Palatka his articles of merchandise. rates
i, 1011\ representative for the county of Os Drainage Mean to Florida"-HDn. W. body of employes in making up the
r I't acksonville to the point of destination rather than from I'alatka to theIM ceola. Mr. Triplett is said to be a'' A. McRae commissioner agriculture fund partly from contributions of em-

of.tdmtination.. \ The same general principle applies now, when the : man of excellent credentials and he Tallahassee. ployes, partly from the federal treas

railroad charges more for a short haul than for a long. ought to be sent to the legislature. I General discussion. ury.The
: Perhaps it1 is not generally known to what extent this long and short Vote for S. J. Triplett in the June pri I 2:16: P. M.-"Three Years' Experience other plan involves a straiR'htlIervice
j r' with Jaws of Florida"Wm.
mary.-East (;oast Advocate. Drainage annunity, the funds to be en-
I II 1 haul.'ia exercised In interior towns. To illustrate: A sack of corn or oats M. Whitten, Punta Gorda Fla., tirely provided by the government.

t> t" ;may be shipped from Jacksonville through Kissimmee to Tampa for eleven Editor Tripfett of the Kissimmee formerly drainage commissioner St. Between these two there will doubtless

d e y .et.nta'ths. ; eame sack shipped from Jacksonville to Kissimmee direct costs Gazette; is an announced candidate for Joseph county, Ind. be a long debate; in the past every
f 2:30: P. M.-"Some of the Requisitesof consideration of the haA developed
the house of from Os- subject -
barrel repreesntatives
it twenty cents. A of flour shipped from Jacksonville to Tampa through I
Good Law"-Hon. F. C.
a Drainage this difference in policy.
ceola His has been the
': 'Klaslmme' for twenty-one cents; from Jacksonville to Kissimmee it costs wonder county.worker of paper that section. It Elliott, chief drainage engineer of Leaders among the civil service

+ 1 :.'thirty-five cents. To go a little further: A ton of fertilizer shipped from has been the greatest power in the Florida Tallahassee Fla. people have determined that they will .I I _
'j I/Jacksonville to Tampa through Kissimmee for $1.60; from Jacksonville to wonderful development of that coun- General discussion led by* S. T. keep out of this debate as to details
is the behind the Johnson, Largo, Fla., formerly super- of policy. They are willing to leaveit ,
It is therefore that Kissimmee ty. Triplett power
l 'I.i Kissimmee $2.20. plain grain
A very pays
He is a type of the modern intendent of banks, state of Minne- to congress and the administration, Great
!1 }, rom Jacksonville nine cents more per sack than Tampa pays; fourteen ce'ntap paper.Floridian who should fill. every fiat sota. feeling that whichever plan is adopted THE FREEChinaware

,Av r barrel more on flour than Tampa pays; sixty: cents more for fertilizer in the state legislature. From what 3:15: P. M-"Drainage Districts will be a vast improvement over

v '. than Tampa pays. Thus the interior merchant Is charged much greater rate we can hear there will be little if any Reclamation b), Advantages of District present conditions' .
'm.rchant. If this opposition to him. Good/ All Florida over Individual Effort"--J. G. The plans, which have had repub
.than. the TaQ\p anyone supposes for a moment that comes
Melulsh of Meluish Bloomington
&; Broyhill, -
should second the,.jnotlon.-Palatka lican backing in the past, have commonly -
(=eiutiot'tht ; merchant's pocket, he is''very much mistaken, as it (Is properly News. ; I1L, chief engineer of Peace been based on, the theory ofcontributions
1 added to the actual cost, so in the long run the excessive charge comes out Creek drainage district. by the employes.: That
:: Editor S. J. Triplett of the Kissimmee General discussion the democrats once committed to a
3:46: P. M.-"Effect of Drainage on
cornmission retirement system will be willing to
Gazette in the
Valley was city
J: Health Conditlons"-Dr. J. A. Gar- adopt the old republican scheme, is Is now on display at our store imported -
prohibiting: the charging of more for a short haul than for a long haul, and fair yesterday before to its get close.a last He glimpse of the rard Bartow, Fla. generally doubted; wherefore the from Germany for our Great
yl was
I "y'i' to them that it is wise and to exercise the conferred accom- Discussion.
persuade proper pot panied by Mr*. Triplett. Mr. Triplettwas hope that a program of exclusive gov- Premium Department. Seven-piece
s' this law them to waive these rates in certain 4:15 P..M.-Report of committees ernmental provision of funds be
1f' kby upon specific cases. one of the organizers of the adoption of constitution, election of may chocolate sets, three-piece tea sets,
I'Y-; -. .n..rai1i'oad. commissioners are to meet here on March 26. It is i earnestly movement to have an exhibit from finally accepted. salads
officers etc., for state drainage asso- Congressman Hamill of New Jersey large etc., free.
t.I desired that all dealers Osceola county at the fair, and did -
; \: our people, whether or consumers shall be pres- ciation. whose
1. steady and effective work in the Val- service annuity plan has
::1 ,entuto'give;. moral support to the argument that may be submitted to the ley Gazette to get the people arousedto been for a long time before the house Everybody is in on this deal from

end that our community, and our town, may receive a just and fair consideration the importance of it. He was part 000400040000000040 committee has discussed th esubject $5 up, cash or collections.
f at the hands of these commissioners, and that our community may ly repaid yesterday by being present 0 LETTERS TO THEVALLEY 0 with President Wilson. During the .

,not be destroyed by the railroads in order that they may build up the watercompetitor's ; when the exhibit award was.of made.the prize Trip-hiscounty's GAZETTE. 0 committee Hamill will hearing look after this the week" Mr.1 Get your tickets atTAYLOR'S
: 'rellenta-
; point lett is a candidate for the legislaturefrom 00000000000000000.0000000'Editor tion of the case in '
' i 4It seems-to be a very unwioe policy for the railroads to desire to do this, Osceola county and thus far has Valley Gazette: plan. All the civil service organizations

I'z i because all inland points pay the railroads freight on all articles that enter ,the field to himeslf. He is decided in few Dear words Sir-to Have thought in regards to state of our a thatdesire will be heard. It is
expected also that Miles M. Dawson
\ his convictions and has host of followers -
k J'or gO out-while at water competitive points they'receive pay only on aporton in his home county a who will which' and their entertain- I of New York, who has given this

..J }; * the sihpments.: take pleasure in casting1 their ballotsfor ment been performed at the subject much attention will be heard.
him. Orlando Sentinel. Passtime theater last Friday night. On March 6 and 7 a convention of
t 4i} When -have heard of their performing civil service people from all parts of /
4k "s,' Snow in the north; sunshine in Kis- The Gasparilla celebration* in Tam a play and especially for the bene- the country will be held here to give 424 Broadway. 'Phone 260.
t \ ,simmee Happy comparison. I pa is said to be the most successful j The American Issue a monthly fit of their league somehow it has further support to the legislative pro- (Not in combine.) M
; 'L. -+- event ever attempted in that city, both publication issued by the Anti-Saloon drawn my attention to see their act any
'. it.In'&nk Chance says he will not en- from a pleasurable and financial League of Florida contains'some and same I have wished to see the .'.
ii 1' f[ter the race for congress in the Fourth standpoint and the Tribune and Timesare drastic comments on a letter said to general movement from our lady citi-
". t C'1: //district.. Frank displayed good sense. entitled to the major portion of be written by a man named Randolph zens. Owing to the heavy rain
::1 -0- the credit for its being so. Rose, a whisky dealer of Chattanooira which has been pouring down duringthe
4}( ', I i If'' Editor Russell is elected to the! -<00- in which the writer offers a premium whole day and night our town was
,senate. Putnam county will be ably' Ito I postmasters who issue the greatest ,
i The State Tux CommHoion actedwisely covered with dark cloud and
? i y ill.I JloD..ay and conscientiously repre- in accepting the recommendation I II number of money orders in 'favor of have hardly believe that the peopleof '
''f : his house. If there is We the arrival of
.sented. of the tax assessors to assess' whisky any our town would ever show their announce our line
Y tW. \ --- -0r 'troth in the charge the government in such bad
r :: property on a 60 per cent.. basis of its beneficial patronage
....; i;! What wile' our government do when actual value. While the law to assess should proceed against this man Hone weather. But how surprised I felt of ladies' Pumps in the
,,,' :the) get Benton's body and find he property at its fall value is just, still for attempting to corrupt public offi when the time have reached about 8:30 .
,'?i, JI was shot in the back by a firing squad the jump all at once was too great. cials. There arc no depths to which a and our little theater was over-filled. latest
i i 1 is the question the people will demnadl --<00- man will\ not descend after net hasbeen It wasn't hardly any reserve seat left styles in _
) answered In ,a straightforward man- selling whisky for a few years. vacant. The excitement have started
l V1" me*. The State Department contends that immediately after the moving picture
'.A .'" ,' :' i.-*- (foreigners are being protected in Mexico A Georgia town has voted in favorof show.: The large curtain was raised )1t ,
.;. ,.-:AvWe and need have no fear of violenceat saloons, and here are the reasonsas and here have all have
', hope"those Kissimmee oil hunt- the hands of either Huerti or given by a citizen: "If we are go- time. We have
", ',5 rJ may meet with all hoped for suc- \ Villa, still dispatches state that a ing to stand for our women folks to the beauties long of our town, their great seen Satins Patents
,ess in their quest Plant City struck British subject hamed Benton has wear shadow and slit skirts and tight talent and I havo looked with ,
'something ''better 'than oil -long ago been shot at Juarez for hobble
protesting form-fitting dresses and vulgar at their fitted
,and' has disposition to bn jealous I the his the greatest surprise and
no against destruction of property skirts, and our younger women learning set their 'decorations and dressing
1 J rfr; "it other towns who are getting Intot'ioL I by Villa's cutthroats. It appears to to dance the boll\ weevil wiggle, and mind was greatly changed
: the; prosperity y band wagpn -Plant us to be the duty of this governmentto Texas Tommy tango, the bunny hug, from my past thoughts to, my present '.
''> :''J!' .'CityCourier.. make somebody pay and pay big the bear dance, the calf center, the opinion.Its Dull Leathers
.ff;, ,( ;i .u ,1) i -frfW for this man Benton's death .declare buzzard flop and so on down the line, greatest pleasure to "ex
'... \ 1 are in.recel t of the book of null and. void the Monroe doctrine. the men ,torte had just as well have my the words of gratification to
'*1.;, rules and instructions as to' how to 4. their saloons, and the whole push go press all. *
1 :xmak Income tax returns. As our in- The Valley Gazette welcomes to its to hell t.oget. er.-Exch nJll. you It aurely.was great .

'ij, ai too; I* slightly less than,, the law exchange table the Madison News, Yours very truly High Medium and
; we fail to'*e.,why our distin- which ma t: M.ri eel Mend...nt u* this book, but week. It'Is edited by J. E. Pound, Somebody proved a friend in need; .
',.-f.. :,; \.p be meant it for our.library on who come from the Cordele (Ga.) Somebody a beautiful song ; TP ATLANTIC UNE" .
._."and theoretic .'questions, of Dispatch and Madisonian birth. smiled .
::t a by Somebody the whole day long; Write or ,wiN Vang* Bros., FortH
t' \: we know', nothing and eare.less. Mr. Pound went to Georgia some years Somebody thought 'ti* sweet to '.
.:,'t '". ' ago but soon found, cut that .Florida era,"FliS for rate of fan and schedule
r ; t ni'Btaie :ih9 ard.Of.H".it Is doing was the best place 1 in which to live;so Somebody\ said, "I'm glad to givef) of steamers' Suwapee and Corona>

f';_tIOD: in' of{articles. on his native heath. The first; Somebody' d to shield the right; Lauderdale Via the famous Caloosahatchee
''t 11Mow'to' prevent dl..lIow. to care edition shows a wealth of advertisements \Vasthat_ somebody you?"-Exchange.y '
w'u.bome.and especially'the '''ear betides many columns.of reading Lake Okeechobee Everglades and '- FOOT PITTERS '

.- "tea','+ qf n.- Nothing, within, reach (Matter.- Mr. Pound was at onetime Cant say we; are sorry,Becker Is io Drainage Canal ".The most wonderful . ,
.'dented the ,.State, Health part of the .Gazette' -
? Valley escape the electric chain. Somehow. I inALm eVD 4bird 1
the hands: of the legislature, and our people will M pleased to hear ...
: f' could 'not bring onnelf t to>believe ha
in '
toss. fa t.r for.gc d that be has again takenup .hi* yesi..f'J.thetatS was .as.thatbunch, >of 'gunmen and gable life >profusion..; Seminole. '
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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTETelephone ,' The Western Union Telegraph company Tbe Palace drug;' store lias .erected

No._ ,11, is;enlarging and Improving a'handsome' ,electric.aiJrn ,in front'of MEETING.'ur-

office facilities at.Mrs. Treat' store., its Store on Broadway) and serves the a
double 'purpose of lighting the street .
James Field an* wife of 'Phllad'e1'phta = and,tilling the public the location of F FU i '

Published Every Friday ByWeather ( are 'pending some time ,at the ,this popular business house, FUN,
'w, ts.'UAKKl8.P060:0400104004PP0404., Graystone enjoying our balmy climate. I, THE BOARD
,Mr..G. O. Boon returned Wednesday
--- -- . ; t G.. W Jones bought the fi.: .,,M. F, from Tampa, 'where she enjoyed
:: : car from the Summers &: Emolse com the ''Gasparilla show., She was accompanied I Let No Innocent Man EscaAt ,a
pany who, showed at the 'Dixie Jas
: here by her mother, Mrs:

':I' Report week Jordan, who' will "remain. for ,an indefinite .,1 ,OF TRADE ,

-George' and Charley) Donegan and period. , : the III2
"ii Horace Woodall Lake" ..d y in a car After*a three ,months" rest R.."X3 : Great
d, Followingar th*daily.temperature for Clermont County,. on bus! Canova'r resumed his. duties Tuesdaj, *

'.'tt T and precipitation a* ness as conductor on the Sugar Belt. 'During -I Mo&Curt

.: ,. reported by the Government 'H. E. :Swabey and' A. E.' Thomas Mr. Conova's absence the position Small Attendance -- LiUio : .
filled GJ C.'Allen' 61
were busy all was acceptably by ,
station at -Kissimmee for the Thursday unloading exhibits ?: '
and returning them to .their Port Tampa.
week ending Feb. 26th 1914. owners. Business TransactedMOTION Under the auspice of the LADIES' of the CH ".
S. J. Entriken of Narcoossee, secretary -
of the Lake Hart Land company,, r =
A. E. Thomas, secretary of mid-
..... 75 65 1.15I winter fair for Osceola county, re- was a pleasant caller at the office last EVENING MARCH. 5th. +

Sunday .-__!,.. 70 61 ___ truned from' Orlando Tuesday, after- Saturday. The company's property CARRIED TO CALL A lOne ;:
noon. consists of 11,000 acres of land ln>the MEETING of our most respected citizens will be ch '
Monday .- 73 43 ___ of Lake Hart with headquarters GENERAL MASS OF
neighborhood -
Tuesday -. 76 47 ___ Mrs. H. Clay Stanford and Mrs S. at Narcoossee. CITIZENS ON MONDAY with the larceny of a Plymouth Rock Rooster..R._ i

S Wednesday. ... 74 56 H. Bullock left last week for Tampa, Court Rules, Startling Developments.' Ludicrous .Siiations.
Thursday 76 53 where they spent a week with Mn Harry W. Thurman reports that NIGHT, MARCH, 9. Local Hits. An Evening; of Refined Fun. i
t ---I 'J. P.. Fox about twenty-seven five-acre blocks j : t .
\ .
Friday --- 72 45 and twenty-five city lots hay been I
Beads! Beads of all kinds and col. sold at Thurman City. Some of the I The meeting of the board of trade Price: 35c and 50c. WI-' l' t
.OOOOOOOO..O.OOOOO ors-blood beads coral beads daisy blocks have been cleared and, there I.a is Monday night was attended by leas Ticket on Sale at Roberson'. Pharmacy. ';rS i } -

I I ._- --- beads, silver beads-at the Dollar prospect that several houses will be than ten members, the reason being: Open at 7:30. Court called at 815.: I i'"I\
Limit store. 10-1 built. in the near future possibly, that the Chautauqua is on ,
I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 11 this week at the Methodist church. 'e '

Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Griffin spent The State bank is furnishing its patrons After the routine business of read- !

THE LOCAL FIELD Monday and Tuesday in Tampa enjoying with nicely bound pamphlets en- ing minute.8 of previous meeting, a
I the festivities of the Caspar titled "The Federal, Income Tax Regulation number of communications were read 1 ,
ilia celebration. and Law." If in doubt as to from persons in western and northern tj
whether you are subject to the income states seeking information as to con- be held in the Pastime theater on GOVERNOR TRAM .. ;
I 111'111111111111111111111 I I E.. L. Lesley and family have been tax, you'd better get one and ditions here relative to establishing Thursday evening March C, under the
spending several days in Tampa visiting look it over.Kenneth factories citurs groves and trucking, auspices of the Ladies' Aid of the
H. C. Dutton, ran up from Lakeland relatives and attending the Gas all of wLlch were either referred to Christian church, for whose benefit APPOINTS4)ELEGATO l t

Sunday. parilla celebration.C. Butler has traded his home proper committees or the secretary the proceeds will be devoted.In 1Jr 1. yK.i

Lewis Johns of Whittier in place /on upper Emmett street for the reported having answered. other words, it will be a mock .
town Thursday.See was F. Thrasher the metal ceiling handsome suburban residence northwest : There was no report from any court trial, in which a large number ATTEND TENTHCONFERENCE AN' 1ft5? :
man is engaged this week in putting of town kilown as the Fleming I standing committee, but the special of" our most prominent and popular OF THE y t, ..+
.K. II. Lawson for men's fur- in a handsome metal overhead ceiling place and owned by Mrs. Wheeler. Mr. committee composed of II. C. Stan- citizens rparticipate. !: t
,ni-hing,, goods. 10-lt for the State bank. Butler will plant a grove and make ford, J. D. Woodbeck and J. W., The committee having the affair in TIONAL CHILD LABOR, *;;., : 'iI'i<

We have other improvements on his new place. Thompson appointed to ascertain .the charge have engaged Col. A. V. New- --:- ";;;1f : ;'
to to that Gus
regret state
Achias Bass of St. Cloud visited the ton of Worcester, Mass, the veteran 1 -
the reason of the non-affiliation of a large Governor Trammell has .ippot '.'
Smith popular president of the
< ,ity Wednesday.Just There will be services Sunday morn- of citizens with the board of manager of these entertainments to Marcus C. Fagg ; ,
Dutton Harris part our Jacksonville/$;
Shoe is still Jf
company at the Christian church in behalfof
ing attend to the details and personally .! '
received gross gold beads at confined to his bed. foreign mission. Dr. Hertzog will trade reported that from a general F. E. Jennings. JacksorlVilleuMn.; ,
discussion with the business men the conduct the trial. E. Randell, Lawtey; J, II. SIte ";"'r: ;
new lOc store. 10-lt Col. J. L. Moon our former county give one of his special" addresses on committee found an undercurrent of Colonel Newton has had remarkable Pensacola .. delegates to tho.t GU; 1 : ." '

Steve Acree of the Point was in attorney, now of Atlanta, arrived here the "Mission and Fields. Don't forget for mis to belief that the board was rurt'by the success in the leading cities of the annual conference of the'Nattoi 4T1.: A").
.town Wednesday.W. Thursday week and spent three or came bring Chisholrn an offering will the newspapers of the city for personal country and without doubt the mock Child Labor committee to $f held ,.," ,
four days in the city. sions. Rev. preach profit, and further that the dues were court will\ be here, as elsewhere, one New Orleans, March 14 to lit ..e M '
I J. Harris returned from Lakeland evening service. altogether too high. of the most pleasing and successful invitation of the Louisiana Child 't ,
Saturday night. Ed Roberts, C. D. Cain, Raymond Jno. Hepworth and William Sulli- The report of this committee evok- entertainment events of many sea- bor committee. "Child Labor-, U eoa tZ"" : > .

Myers and Jatnes Buckels went downto van of Philadelphia, manufacturers respectively ed a generar discussion especially on sons. Law Enforcement" will be the g.n ..?,c.I".t, "m'
I J. S. Stratton of Finney Point was Tampa Sunday and took in the car- of machinery and hosiery, the part of the president and secretary -, topic of the conference ana variou '" ,

ill town Wednesday.W. nival Monday and Tuesday.R. are among the prominent guests at who are editors of the two local phases will be presented by Jade Ad. -g ," '

II. Brokaw" with Griffing Brothers I. Barber tax is the Graystone for a.few weeks' stay. papers. Both gentlemen made it plainin QUO VADIS AT dams Graham R. Taylor o; the ur-|' t <' { ?: "' ,
the tree people.. 40-tf assessor, con- They are here for recreation and their remarks that they in no sense vey, >Senator Robert L.; Owen, and statq *latrlae*;ZA; '.':
templating the building of a new pleasure and will visit other sections nor at any time sought the offices to I THE DIXIE THEATERTHIS officials who have had practical z.4'' U. V. I> '
house of Clyde avenue. Contractor J. had been elected and pw sU.* w
John Baisden of Whittier spent H. Smith is of the state later. which they nev- perience in enforcing child 1bcJr.14" '*
to have '
Wednesday in town. charge. er at any time nor for any purpose Efficient enforcement of'( .... \
H. W. Barnet bought out the Nel- Roy E. Howard, Alfred Nicholsonand attempted to run the board of trade, law. Is urgently ,needed (Instates .,\1 Yon haA 4r: ,'"
K. E. Schofield, of St. Cloud pent son Insurance agency, and is C. R. Richards, who moved to this but they made it just as distinctly understood SUPERB DRAMA WILL BE according to Owen R.J1.o I 1. " l"o\, '
\Wdnesday in town. to do business at the same place, county three years ago from the west, that it was a newspaper man SHOWN ON THE COMING joy, general secretary,of the Natij a ed t_ ) ';j ,'.
the Old State Bank building.A. were here this week making final entry that organized the body more than Child Labor committee, andaApt) xau 'I1.,, ',(
II. D. Geiger county attorney, spent .a.hundred and and it the newspapers FRIDAY MARCH 6. of d7 Aet, '
on a sixty acres each five years ago, was parison of present methods sdL j 1;t'- .
Sunday in Jacksonville. W. Winn returned Saturday from which they had previously homestead- that had kept it alive; and ministering child labor laws ., w'\lc. 0' 1114'. ;tI.; .

business visitor Haskell, where he had spent the past ed. The land is located about ten Further, that to the newspapers and the commission in WI"qlllIhJ".MJj'l; tprompstate f" ; '"
Gay Bartow Livingston was a six weeks looking after his extensive miles below Whittier. the board of trade was due fully 90per "Quo Vadis the superb photo department under single hea, i. t tt"t.. } f.ft 1
in Tuesday.
world "
orange grove near that town. cent. of all the prosperity that drama of Henry Sienkiewicz's in New Jersey are typical and will I J .o \'''''
A. E. Drought of St. Cloud was a I Mrs. O. P. Lenox and Dr. Wayne; had come to the people of Kissimmee famous novel, comes to the Dixie theater feature of the conference. Beside'a J wbicb_ ,, :"
business visitor Wednesday. I C. W. Bruns president of the Nar- Lenox and son arrived in the city this during the past five years. Both the next Friday March 6, and it I comparison of methods the conference'tt'. fide.I p. :
coossee .Farm and Townsite company, I week from Columbus, Ohio and have president and secretary said that they l looks as though Mr. George KIeine'sremarkable will also discuss worIC permit* aad' \ I' '. '{" '. ,-
Attorney G. P. Garrett spent Tuesday spent Monday in the city looking after i taken rooms at 104 North Clyde ave- always had and always would follow production will establish a the relation of the courts to'eAforceT -,.' .' .' ; [f.t1'.
in Orlando on business. his extensive business interests. nue Dr. Lenox will practice the art the line that the interests of an or- wonderful record for Klssimmee ind ment. One evening will be set.aside ;,
of facial massage and manicuring, and ganization or city: was paramount to the pixie in quality attractions and for the discussion of the federal child] 1 '>> .1 ..
Charles and Geo. Donegan returned O. 11. George, playing with A. N. beginning with the first of the week those of any individual and was not attendance. labor bill. This bill, which was draft' 8' 0'
Wednesday from Lake county. Eckhardt and L. A. Hamilton recently will ofrer her services either at homeor only willing but ready to concur in Aside from the many spectacular ed by the National Child ; ,.'
made a new record for the Kissim- ladies. features there is an undeniable fascination .. .,
on call to our move that would lead to that end. mittee and which has already rec.yred'afl:' !
P. A. Vans Agnew left Wednesdayon mee golf course, making it in 37. about the of Vinitlus I' I'
decided call story -
It was finally to amass I the endorsement of the Virginia CtUd, ,. .. I"r.b, ,:
a business trip to Leesburg.C R. L. StarliMRTthe Old Reliable At the Graystone during the current meeting of citizens for Monday passion for the sweet Lygia and the Labor committee was introduced Into'1J' '.....> .:
Plumbing week: Wm. M. Bowen, Fort night March 9, and the secretary was I' adage that the ."course of true love the house last month by Mr Palmeri, T, '. .',
Aligood'of Narcoossee shof manager among i
.E. was a lo the Pierce; S. M. Crews, Loughman; A. L. instructed to send a circular letter to never runs smooth, ete./ is proven as and into the senate on February 21 I .. .wA.AI".
our ( enjoyed GaspariUa ,
business visitor to the city Monday.Joel festlvitie peoplg at Tampa this week. Hunt, W. Wirt and C. M. DuPont of each business man in the city request- far back as A. D. 66 and 68 by this by Senator Robert I.;. Owen 'It' ''''' ... ") ..

Yates of Campbell was a business Keenanville; Misses Olive and Alma ing his presence at the meeting. very picture romance. It is human .e, "
One of the convict trusties escaped Trammell of Lakeland; C. W. Bruns and human nature is the same todayas t '
the Tuesday. FIRST
visitor BAPTIST
to city on .- ;. r'
from town opt day in the early pat; of Narcoossee; J. S. McCawley Win- it was in the days of Nero and all j '
Just arrived, the best line! of 50c and of the week, but was caught in San- ter' Garden; Mrs. E, L Chapman, SALE: OF LOTS the other Caesars and Roman emper A. J. Holt, Pastor., Jj, . ''$ "
$1.00'ahirts' you ever saw. F. H. Law ford by Charley |land and sent back. Loughman, and Mrs J. A Grimm, St. ors. And Chat is what the public. likes, school ,
at 9:45 N. 5-;
Sunday ;
: a ..m
son. 10-lt Cloud. whether it is novels, dramas, .paint :. ;
+ sex
, AT PINE CRESTIS Bryan superintendent. C. A Carson
ings or photo dramas ; .
Mr., and Mrs. E W. Donegan and > ,
D. W. 'Clark the liveliest 'man that daughter returned< to their home in L. p. Motley, representing the Burt There has been much wondermentat teacher of adult Bible class! Fifty ', :

calls Apopka home, spent Monday Waldo after pending a couple of & Packard Shoe company of Brock the magnitude and beauty of some present last Sunday. We want'2QO..Vi, tN

here. I weeks with Senator Arthur E. Done- ton. Mass., spent Thursday with the CALLED OFF AFTER SIX HAD of the scenes, notably the interior and attendance next Sunday. \ J" 4'
Dutton Harris company displayingtheir garden scenes. But the locale is Italy Preaching by pastor at 11 a. m.
See F. H. Lawson and buy shoes gan.L. .new fall styles of the Correct BEEN SOLD. where landscape beauty is still a wodeight. Subject, "Christ the Teacher.-- Att 1

for all-the old man, wife and all the W. Parker, representing the Shape shoe. Mr. Motley expressed The Cines company of Italy: is night ((7:00)) the pastor will preach .,
kids. 10-lt himself the madein I wealthiest on "The Cause and Cure of Peter1" \\ 't'
Wynberg Shoe company of Milwaukee on improvements The auction sale of lots at Pine composed of many of the : x
Blackwell of was in town Wednesday booking orders Kissimmee since he was here one Crest afternoon did not I men of Rome and the Bank of Italy Downfall. ',
Mrs. J. A. yesterday
Mr. and on ,
for the Dutton Harris Shoe com- year ago and says Kissimmee is the the auctioneer declining : is also said to be largely interestedin It i. the duty of every, member to> -
visitors to our city on a success, -
Ash tor i were in Florida he likes. prove be present. All visitors and citiaens ,tMi:
I pany. one town to continue the sale after six the compairj> Many of the wealthy
Wednesday. generally invited. The service -: .
nobility are stockholders and when will .:
Steve Acree is planting corn and G. M. McDonough, formerly of this Two new lumber companiese have had been disposed of, the reason be- these pictures were being made the be short and to the point, and are ''*" I' 4 "l
farm at city, now of Lakeland was in town been formed in Kissimmee this week: ing that the bids were00' low. stockholders special permissionfor intended to be helpful to, everybgdytDAME ': !fH';
setting out tomatoes at his Considerable advertising matter had gave ",' .,
Thursday, with the Lakeland band The Osceola Cypress company and the .. '
the use of their gardens and palaces. .
the Point. employed by the Bowman Realty com- Florida Red Cypress company. Senator been posted calling attention to this ?.r ,
this of the PARTLET
By means many it c" ,
sale, and the brass band from Lake- :
Arthur E. is the president "
Gabrielle St. Gaudens and Henry pany.H. Donegan land gave a concert on the streets and gorgeous scenes were produced with THE ADVERTISER:: : ,,:.yX ,
of both companies, and Pat .
Barriere of Shingle Creek were in led the procession to the scene of action comparative ease whereas to have The following paragraphfrom an "'t.. ,
A. Hunter and J. D. Clark left ston and P. K. Weaver, vice-president .
Tuesday.Mr. the would '''not built the grounds aid palaces specially article Andrew ,..
town but still by
people Lang .
Thursday for an extended trip to the and secretary, respectively. With !such it would have taken several mil m.y"pro. L* , "..... ....
and Mrs. D. W. Alderman of southern Part of the state, taking in hustlers at the head of these companies enthuse, owing, possibly to the lion dollars and rendered it a business profitably suggestive to those) wh; '3; '
weather, which was too cold for comfort have wares to sell and are shy about "ladvertising'
Bassenger spent Sunday, Monday and Arcadia, Fort Myers, Bradentown and the lumber' business in this vicinity impossibility. Special permission had them *-
: -t.r:
Tuesday in town.H. other, points. ought to boom. Pine Crest is situated in one of the to be obtained from the royal cabinetfor "When a goose lays'' an n"? said ll. --;: '

his Come and get a pair of beads be- W. M. Sivers and wife of Detroit, most desirable sections of the city, andit the use of some of the buildingsand Mr. Lang, ("she just waddles :h'u' 1f'If,: 1 .
W. Thurman expects to open the fore they are all gone--everybody is Mich., after touring various sectionsof is unaccountable why the lots did assurance had to be given that she was ashamed of It-becauw'sh.p, .
new theater some time during doing itThe store where your dimes the state in search of a location not readily sell at a fair figure. none of the historic arabesques and is a goose. When a hen lays a* egg- Xl
first week in March. last like dollars. New lOc store, Dollar for a permanent home arrived in this marbles would be disfigured. Even ah, she calls heaven and earth to wit * '.f' ' '
Limit. 10-It ctiy last nd after looking with all the advantages at the disposalof ness itt! The hen is a natural-born "
'l. C. D. Carroll, the Narcossee bus turpentine things over decide that Kissimmeewas WHO STOLE: the Cines company, it is a wonderful advertiser. Hence the demand, for r Y
operator, was transacting Wilson Realty reports the achievement which could hardlybe hens' exceeds e-
company just the place they were seeking. eggs the demand for ,
iness here Tuesday. -... : sale of the Shoop place in Rinedale, Sivers have already purchased a groveat THE ROOSTER ? ; duplictaed anywhere" else than InUEternat goose eggs and the hen has mil the .'",( +

O. H. George, A. N. Eck consisting of a house and five acres, to Shingle Creek, and is advertising Rome. "Quo Vadis" fur- business she can attend to.". 'fI'i
Messrs. E. B. Clark, who moved here recently nishes amusement, instruction and inspiration '' e
Ward spent the in this l issue of the Gazette for a suit- -- '
hardt and Wayne the -i: a
, From Kmpoipa, Kan. able town lot on which to build a resi and fully merits great Subscribe for The ValleyGaaette. ,' ;J Mn"4
Orlando.A. !
week-end in dence. QUESTION WILL BE SETTLED AT success It has achieved. .. .

A. Tano, manager of the Dixie I Mr. Thompson is president of the PASTIME THEATER ON -- ---- --- -,__ ._ u___ . .! ,..
China; Telephone and Some'Manhattan arrivals duringthe
company very .
in Tampa en-
theater, spent Tuesday week F. D. Har- EVENING OF
prominent in the Maine State Grnage. current were: t
joyin gthe Gasparillas.R. 1 i They a.'e much pleased with the looks vey, St. Cloud; W. W. Bonney Orange MARCH 5.

D. Waring has recently erected of ou rlittle city. Center; R. L Johnson, Loughman:
in front of Cyril Taft of the Bowman Realty
a handsome brick fence five For some it is alleged one of DIXIE THEATRE
street. W. C. Sensiba has purchased company, George Baisden, Whittier; timer
his place on Sumner acres of land from the Osceola Development N. A. Stackhouse., Cocoa; C. Foley, our prominent citizens has been the

r"' Mr. and Mrs. Andre van der company at Thurman City, Tampa; Mrs: Susie J. Crandall St. happy possessor of a valuable Plymouth C' ; 1 {
Meersch went in their car to Tampa and is building an up-to-date bungalow Cloud; T. S. Jerkin Fort Drum; I. L Rock rooster. He has no special .t
and land.J. qualities above roosters in general to take in the carnival.J. clearing Andrews, Loughman; W. N. Fertic, .
Tuesday *
Waverly; H. B. Coe Lakeland: Mrs. except a degree, of plumpness ,! March 5 .
N. Souders of Chicago, who isspeninlr D. Clark of the firm of Clar; & E. Bass St. Cloud; Edward Higgin, hat has time and again excited the Thursday, .
some time touring Florida, Meiklejon has just returned from the Sanford; W. Milar Moshier and II. C. cupidity of epicures.Not .
and reports the Sale of lands Cloud far from the residence of the RINGERS i.i.1. 4
called at the Gazette on Tuesday. prairie Houck, St. ; E. D. Hanley "THE SWISS BELL \ .
to several homeseekers, who expect to Tampa. gentleman mentioned above lives another 'Il, T
Miss Sarah Boice of Webb City, locate there with their families.Mr. well known citizen who has an _. si
is some time in the city Quinn Bass and wife of Leslie, "Ga., unconquerable appetite for poultry. Playing twenty-fire different IIItruIe.... Poiititely the Rest MasicalAttnctioa /.( Zt" ti

Mo.visiting, spending her fatlieY, H. W. Boice. and Mrs. W. J. Thompson of spent a few days in the city this week One evening recently this rooster ever in the City. A MUSICAL TREAT. .Reserved Sett/,*' a

China Maine, who are making pleasure guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Butler. retired to his perch in the hen house on Sale at the Palace Dr.,- Stare. Price 35 tad SOc; OdUre 25cm 'x; )
mid-winter fair commissioner tour through Florida, arrived in Mr. Bass brother of the late Sam '
H E. Swabey is( a is happy and contented as any rooster __ . jy .
for Osceola county returned Kissimmee last Wednesday for ft stay Bass;and came to this section of Florida in Kissimmee.The '..,
Monday,evempg. of week or more. They are guests about JeforeKissimmee J.:
from Orlando a thirty-four yers.sgo. next morning he was missing .
and daughter are at the "Osceola." was surveyed out or that day the gentleman with the Friday, March 6 ,:
Mrs W .L. Winn thought of. He remembers many interesting longing for poultry had roast rooster .
time at Dayton, OhIo There will be a meeting at Pleasant r
the spendm guests some of Mrs. Winn's parents. Hill March 4 for the the purpose of and his visit'was incidents of of particular the' pioneer'inter days be for regarded dinner. at This a may suspicious or may dreum-not, Georce Kleme Conpaay Preset Their World ,FMBOM Paoto ,Drag ? e

will leaning and improving cemetery eat to our older residents. He moved stance but there is other evidence
girls play ;
The Star Bloomer Baseball club Parson Melton of Lakeland will from Kissimmee to Americns, Ga, that forms a connecting link between Dr .
An ample dinner will bepread V UO V AIN
oflSsrch 6, at theuabaseball park. preach.after the work is done. twenty-three years ago and his manyold the hen house and his stable. ;
friends In this county are glad to The Jesuit Is that-be.will be tried .
Mrs. Bedingfeld 01. Calgary Canada Among the Klssimmee 'visitors to know be has succeeded la amassing a In'public for the larceny of the fowl '" '" < l

who spent last winter, reg- the Gasparilla carnival at Tampa this cooeD share"of this world' goods. and his questionable attitude towards 8 REELS *v M:, ,,1 ;'.., ,

.Urtd at the raystone ,week were: Dr. J'..M. Hicks jLaw- waters' in general will be:.given an ADMISSION: A&enM. ISc' a.d 2Sc., .NIGIIT 2sCe.uL: .
and ence Tress Sheriff and Mrs. Ingram, WANTED-To'pniebsse" residence lot airing In the near.fntore. '" ,' ., : \ ,:''' ,.
M D Tindall of unnymede came Dr. ,C. L. Hyatt, J. Z. Bobcraon. Mr. 1 conveniently located. Most, be cheap .. in; the'case' 1 : :

Julian 'Montadoca 0 Whittier left for and, Mrs. J. R. Gilbert, Joe Jefllorda, for ,cae"",' 'Woold eonstdf:rehouse and prominent that'it teared no courtroom THE' ",GREATESTiPICTURED ,EVER; ; '.PRODUCED1"
into awn Wedne3A Y and business. Herbert Fleming and' Mr and Mrs.. let H No ...... .',W *M BiTer; general t will hold the vast crowd desir- , .; .. , , ; ;., ........... .... .,.....
Jacksonville that night on E. L.: ; Lesley. delivery, Kissiramee. 'Flaw10Jt ';0.:01 .attending' the trial,' *o it.will.

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/f a HYATT .. : i ,FOR. RENT. M
PhysldaSt and WHAT ILLSMIGHT :: ,

N : ,IDS .: .SurJeOnPhonea ,," T GOOD ADVERTISING' DWELLINGS Tiller. for rent;.. opplt' to M.'

Offtce; 197 Jri..lmmeeaeL

,2.8 ,.., FlozldaIDit BEPREVENTED '.. FOR RENT-Comrortmble bed room
AN. AID TO Five Cents Per Line
!wnersf centrally located. Largo porch.: 5
1 .-.fach: .Insertiq: n .,, 48-tf
Brack SL J. W. Prentli.
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DKNTI8T.' 'EDUCATIONRural WANTED TO RENTihous; for' the FOR RENT OR BALK-":" Twostorrlor

. ,; aces 'year;, 6 'rooms; city 'water building Brack 'St. North
*>Ya1 Upstairs, In teatl Building.rv convenient; nice location. Want Kisslmme II. C. Stanford.29tf.

.. m. LO 12 m. ,to possession March or April; beat
.t" : f 1:30: t.o b:30p.: m. care guaranteed,.,: for .property. NOTICE.
Telephone No. 78 Jun a. ITT' Address W.'P.-WBoX-117: ,' or se.F. .. r
If EugenicsWero'PraciicedIn 1 Population Willing To F. Cummin at Carson:Grocery -

:f> Them. DR. W. 'W. CARSON: Co. Also want at'once or 2 iintnrnlshed To the Property Owners of OsceoU
rooms. 8tf County:
DENTIS1 Florida Support SchoolsBAD I I will be at the following places on
WANTED-JI'reah cow at the Gray- the dates named for the purpose of

i f, it More Office over Cole's Jewelry Store stone., II:. W. Thurman. 6-tf I receiving; tax returns:

d -- Office Hours: 8-12, 1-5 I) ONK-KIFTII OK ALL, THE CHILDREN ROADS CAUSE IRREGULAR Whittier, precinct No. 6, February

i' ; Residence' 23 Bassenger, precinct No.7, March
_- ---
FOR at
SALE'-Eucalypter 2.
I Gas administered for extraction of teeth trl8sJ
PLETE THEIR FIRST OF George Mawsen, west end of Narcoosseo, precinct No. 8, :March
rf i; of the month several of YEAR. THE CHILD. Hughey street 8pd 6. ,

fiends have arrive inlerf DR. H. GEIGER Kissimmee, precinct No. 1, after
I March 6.
1 are in various parts of Citizens Bank Building The survival of the fit! Washington, D. C., Feb. 23.The, west side Clyde avenue; desirable W. I. BARBER,

+ jl owing out my mggei- Kissimmee, Florida In it worth' while "in human kind as rural population is more willing to location. For prices and terms, Tax Assessor,
r ) around so that when they I 64 it is in animal breeding? A blunt support better schools today than at apply to 'Jno. M. Lee, Kissimmee, 7-tf Osceola County.
ee'they will be moreivincetflhat Phones: Office 297 or question but it is being al led every any previous time. It is being. realized Fla. 0-4t
Residence, 266. 14lyr'h.M. where. that all educational activities or I
j' this is the place One-fifth of all the children born in agencies must be more or less. core- FOR SALE: ;-20 acres Half cleared nice TAKES OFF 'DANDRUFF,

\tee States lated, and, more than all else that fences fair house
M. D. the United die beCore they young grove, good FALLING
I II complete their first .year. Such a they must be made accessible to the j some -crops now growing; terms
prate would children. In counties where bad
deat ruin stock-rais many
any I
'fey.'successful management I PHYSICIAN and SURGEON: er, but such a death rate ambng human roads prevail, most of the schools are reasonable. J. II. Ilalley( Lougman -- Save your Hair! Get a 25 cent bottleof
| Office over Oboeola Pharmacy beings is made possible largely of the antiquated oneroom'variety.. Fla. 2-tf Dandorlne' right now ...Also'

I f 4 [ Heights Farm during the I ResideD 63omee by unfit parentage. The breeder of They are usually located along bad stops Itching scalp.
'end ply activity on my own PRONY.R: r 1414 cattle has to consider only physical roads, which during the winter, when FOR SALE-Signs to advertise property .

a ss'''adjoining, has placed me qualities, but in human kind the men- the schools are usually in session, become for sale can be obtained at the Thin brittle colorless and scraggy '

I b'to act at a sensible ad- tal and even the moral qualities are so nearly impassable as to makeit Valley Gazette, 10 cents each.MISCELLANEOUS. hair Is mute'Id..nce of a neglected
WINN elements of fitness. difficult for the children to reach that awful scurf.
of dandruff-
thee contemplating taking WL. scalp;
them. This condition causes irregular -
The subject of eugenics-of being There Is nothing; so destructive to
jin tkis part of Florida. PHYSICIAN well born--occupies a large share of attendance and restricts the educational the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair

; _ Floor Willson Building. public attention. Its literal meaning opportunities of the child. FOUND-Three Milage books on -of its lustre. Its strength and its very
2nd ;
Office has been stretched' to include the bet- Not only this, but it often impedesthe Broadway last night; two from Rfet eventually producing a feverish-

'' '!anxious to add to my Outer RYli awcaPaONC Ppoi.B\\17 VLI; 1Ftartrras.FloorA tering, the improvement, of parentage.In economic consolidation of these Knoxville, Tenn.; and one Wash- nest and Itching! of'the scalp which
some states laws have been enactedto smaller schools into larger, stronger ington, D. C. J. J. Rogers, 118 ff not remedied causes the hair roots
>viable, properties no matterDflei'acre I bring; about such result, to limit the graded schools, with high school Sumner street. to shrink loosen and die-then the
or how big' As r. A. VAN AON..W W. .. CBAWroel. right to marry to persons of both course, directed by a competent principal hair falls out fant.! A little Danderine

arrive or write me I will AGNEW & CRAWFORD sexes as upon examination can prove and corps of teachers, Unite ROUGH LEMON SETS for sale, $15 ton I!(1>1-now-any time-....!!! surely
to the office of public roads,
VANS thtii fitness physically and mentallyto
elect from complete list liulr.
a States Department of Agriculture.On per thousand. Henry W. Smith, save your
become parents. Opt a 23:; rent bottle of .KnowlUm'a;
arc for. CRNKVS-AT-LA! W Wauchula, Fla. Bl-12tpd
i 'Puby the other hand in counties which
So far, Florida has no such legist Danderine from any drug store. You

.I OfBce :S-4 Vf Clll cm lunk RulMlacKissimmee lation upon its statute books and such easily loved their roads, the schools I FOR RENT-New 4-room cottage, surely reached the attendance
enactments have been strongly opposed are average will little Dan
Florida nice and new price $10 a month. of It If you JIIM try a
f' elsewhere, and for several reasons. greater, the efficiency largely increased ; deriDe Save your hair! Try It!
..have particular of what land Nelson Realty Co. 8tfI
The right of the state to regulatethe and economic consolidatedmade I
I dIl('ell and name your best OEIGER. matter is considered by many all possible. Regular attendance at I
End *erms/ H.D. unconstitutional, but the lack of regu- school means consistent and regular
lation brings large expense to the growth of both school and pupil,'and
ATTORNEY-AT-LA W state. The right of the state to fixa consolidation of schools means a
la W. Law minim'" -age limit is recognized; maximum of efficiency at JI minimumo
Office State Bank Building its right to require the issuance under I fcost. tl is also noteworthy that iood
% Box 145 Kissimmee. Florida its authority of a special license in there is a marked tendency for the
? rirV consolidated school become the
each case is not disputed, and similar to social -
\& aiimmee authority is necessary to make divorce and intellectual center of the
; 5'7Jk Fla. GEO. F. PARKER. legal. -Is it not probable that community. Most modern rural school
B.S' "* the right of the state to make certain houses are so constructed as to serve
Attorney-at-Law. further regulations in the matter is the community as gathering placesfor ence

Collections and Conveyancing incontestible if it can be establishedthat various kinds of public meetings,
such may be for the public good? and where vans are used to convey
0000 000400000 Specialties. Another cause for opposition lies in the children to school during the day

", '1"1' 112 V4 Broadway. the fact that sucK regulation appears they are frequently pressed into serv- Jives
''tI"" ice to haul the farmers and their
\ to be drastic when measured by the
JggFlemIng KRIBBS American idea of the freedom of the wives to institute work, lectures, or I Id
lTF. individual. To many the idea Is even entertainments at the school houses.
abhorent that government Inter- The consolidated school becomes a sort
of center to which all edu-
its authority in a relation so intimate -
tCLANINGj1 -- ---- pose
xi. Examination of Titles a Specialy. ,.so personal and so sacred to cational and social activities converge,
the individual as marriage. But its and in order that it properly perform -
i ;PRESSiNG Notification and'payment of taxes of mar
., t { non-residents given careful very sacredness should inspire the effort that function of the highways -
; e.4rt leading to it should be improved
DYEING to keep it so
M1 I attention.Pat pure.
'ZItEPAiRING Is the fundamental idea involved in as to render it readily accessible -

eugenics, which is being so widely discussed throughout the year.
r ,_. and of the J i w.+,
by men women -
-- -
\1s. 'tf,1.
sey'r Josnston G. P. Garret
t ', :.. .,. highest intelligence, based upon ex- show % v
to aclean 'bill of health. In
..... house ad cloth &: GARRETT isting conditions that warrant the
.91'<< my e JOHNSTON
v c .. ,,rUl.. r ." iedf lor and returned.: ,"at Law further regulation of the marriage relation every and line of activity that it wanted Is the sound _
men women .are even
fifltl.ttion': Guaranteed Offices JO, 11 12 T demanded. AA4
Do conditions exist in Florida that
toeT04OOOA0400000y Citizens Bank Bldg.,. i call, or should call, for'action by its Such men and,women are doing the .
f Kissimmee: Florida. I legislature t world's work. today. Yet when it I
vr I comes to the- basic relation of theworld's
i .z. In its application to conditions in
'""" r 44- Florida, it must be remembered, that progress, the parentageof
LOUU C. NAU.RY T. TICTON WAKIX the race, society, the state, permits
7 ','.., the circumstances which ,
; .r" I may
Lalo Cuunanl few Jade* of the genera the widest latitude of personal selec
not, warrant such legislation
Florida R. R. Comm. Criminal CourtMASSEY tion.
I ly throughout the United States, areemp'hasized
: & WARLOWATTORNEYS It limits it only to the requirementof
"f- iRT i PIANO I in some degree in this
f and this be
legal age, may offset by
I' tate by a lower average of intelligence -
AND COUNSELLOS I' the written of
permission the pareat
due to the of ignorant -
? percentage
I AT LAW or guardian of the under-aged person,
of the population, a condi-
'4 T" UNING Practice In all the Court. of th. Mute and of negroes and to the statement that neither par-
tion the southern
... the United State aluo. before the Florida Railroad ty to the marriage contract is already
'. po Commlaatoit.. the Interstate. Comm_ states.
I ", ..' 'Specli) tantion to all makes ofnu' CommUaion. What ills might be prevented or married. And in some states not all, .
11-" CHAIIUUITOM Buuo. ORLANDO. FLA. the marriage of first cousins is pro-
diminished by a closer regulation of
p otr.p i41: yr hibited. Good fences---and lots them---will
the right to marry? ,
4 i' . tb! ;:fast toning $3.00or next These in general may be divided This i is not a matter to be dismissedby S
,' .. \\ JOHNSON W'
.ba' "If" : for theoretical speculation.It for .
t mere grow money you.
; : f7im' orders solicited. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT L w First the inheritance or the possibility
'.. ,..f of transmission of physical diseases is a serious problem of the near
{. Will Practice in all CourtsState future, that is already being thought-
h r D. ; and second, the inheritance or
FAIRMAN and Federal the transmission the relation of fully considered elsewhere. The neglectin
..,phone. 4. bi.e.. .: ';\ a Box 197 Office adjoining Broadway parent and child of by mental deficiencies.Onehalf the past and the practical absence Fence off your farm: into a suffi-

f ,-; iAJUlm H, Fla. Citizens Bank Kinaimme the world doesn't know how today of all but technical regulationhave
the other half lives and usually itdoesn't brought; are bringing now, large
to the of the cient number of fields the. '
care. Not one-hundredth realizes expense people state, to get
1 .im- H. JENKINS that half the blindness in the either upon the taxpaying body at t

: ." 1 ,. United States has come because one large or upon individuals. Some time r
SURVEYOR parent, or both, had in his or her system HI the not distant future the advisa proper rotation of crops and the most j I
.* Thompson the germs of venereal disease; bility of, if not the necessity for, legislation
__ g ;:, Fraternity HaU Kissimmee, Fl& that the great majority of the criminals -will become impressive.The .

\ { IAL DIRECTOR in the world are of criminal par- subject is thus broached in the advantageous pasturing and
: ,
i r entage or parent; and that the child press service of the state board of
.) rf. ,(. ," of with, tendencies toward Insanity
'and jl. J. IIICKS a parent
"/'. ., DR. health, with the hope that it may stimulate
: has these tendenciesin
usually cash each Season bound
Physician: returns are
: U SED, EMBALMER and Surgeon an emphasized 'degree. A personof serious discussion through 'the
splendid: physical development may press, editorially and by Individ'allwho ; ,

\ ) Office Phone be mentally unsound and deficient may giye time to the study of the increase. At the
'I.< V. *** to same time fences
State Bank Bid. Office 41-Rea.
Tuberculosis according to medical
i. I".St6... and,Chapel, Stewart AT. subject.If
'ol. authorities, is not an inheritable die-
.. ,
OOOOO..OOO.OO..O..O... ease, yet the tubercular mother or -- -- asset add
fY$ rtlR1DA.t" they
r , father may transmit the tendency of are an as greatly to

Dann & Daiin the disease, to the child in weakened
lung or other organs, and the sacred
value of farm.
association of marriage makes such you wantan '.C'oom house the\ any aWe

Grocery Company101 transmission more certain than undera close III.' modern !. every ,)ray. .
EfE. Well less Intimate relationship. 1IOO.. caab. i
Br aelway- Has any. man or woman the rightto "
1'', t' t transmit, or to take the chancesof If you want a (-room lao... on sell good fence---American
1' Ejtqt and insuranceS transmitting through' marriage I rood street, lot 100x147%. Ute ,

S ''nett' .fr Operates the Cleanest Store known physical or mental infirmities cash.
and SelU the Freshest Groceriesof to the next generation, with the certainty . Field .Fence---made heavy and strongto
that such iaherltanc will bring If you want a (-room house

9 WECTALTT OF RENTING Any House in Kissimmee.R. ; suffering ,and incapacity to the chil- and 10 acres of land. fllOO cash;

i f j dren and will make them possible, Very easy terms on bsJahee, last. The prices are reaSon-
r6 3.;i It ..... U..H.....,. 'of'-, . even a probable, burden upon the community which Is but little. very
It you wan tall-&0.. tract
s t e.u 171 ;'. In the absence of,or the disregardof $W. u.e eash. able. We invite you to call and see
the individual
,s' 1 lk such responsibility by
F. PARKEROTAlLOR shall..the state cxercis' its author. If yo. >want a lI'UN tract

to 'prevent. ancb "aolut, ',Tb18 .ap tile.. 1100 '...b. us.
. "" .. . ', pear.entire. to- bethe pivotal problem in the .
question;' _, ..'Iye."|W.nt; '. 10>aere tract .

r . ... ..* .. tf Every life insurance company' ';|4.0. 1100 ......, 1

4AYS 'ONE'y I n 11 C'":' fuses) its protection .to the person whole KasjF.: 'terms*ie. k..U,purohaaer.- 'r A" (;,. ,.
o Darliaat-.Aft. q'Z ; unable .rigid examination
upon to en either I f>above' : d
y establish'physical'; : fitness-.,..Any. of,.a VJ, 'f '! ooa 1 i3 Hardware r ;; Co.r';r
r long1 frit of ailments, or : "
p' h7cal moo- .4# :;..6 tAaR .
' roe .
.:C use,F. Te1iex;: N. te tit.'ap Ueao'fo-r: uiont.oeUntled" ; .'te.W. .-'d.a1,.bier: : cI7I... ,.. I- #' '-r' i"4 '

.44 J..1 1 ,' QtatSmilltary.aeadomy.atW.stl :
,, from' $$w -zD4" A'i'
I .t yatone Oasagg / "M.r.t ('" t'ga I II. COInt or'1o,t _,.ladal .acbool .at." .( .. .. t, ""; ". ..,;,f;. thl''FafeWstSfeTHE i' KISti68/

V",tsi1 i.:i;N f Anna lfLTheeptrahtfo.uembearslily' t. C...Uno..... \JlO.., J ", I "..1.*";. ,OJ '1// 0 .J, . .. _. ,A .. ..
;' ,' t A.I NTU r0. aM ,8 '_ . a e.dalty.-... 'Jn ant.of the ,a-teatordenlwhJch..; ;.-. j .. '...jh*' 1'Jt) ;fjJo 1,,:I" . .; : 'Ik; ,Ytid: : ''SR> r..t! C. ..... "af:' .dr--'vi ;X11..

!,=... "_ .IJ."t,., : confer' :lneuranes'benefta.: *U'..required. ,t II' . _"".'.tI ... ._....,. '/. -

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FR.D. Y,4t'E.BRUARY '2 7, 1914. frit GAZETTE '' 'r "
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a.,...CARSON" ,, 'J.'A.,CRANORO. e. r:Lt71'm DOZIER LEITNER .
P..Id.t_ .1. k, .VIee-. Pr........... 9.entasr hi '
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a Rough and Dressed Fruit Pasture
t. .
Dozier Leitner was born'at Fort ;
White, Columbia county, Florida, .December i. -i c
16, 1882. He was the second :

PINE LUMBER son wlte.'Do&ler'LeU.of Rev. George r ir-S T./Leitner 'and Farming, ,Grazing, "

omed the Baptistchurch I '
at Leesburg at the age of thir-
teen. Subsequently he clerked in a Trucking I Ti ber'i't.:
HOUSE dry goods store and' there))/ made ; ; r
A SPECIALTY sufficient money to educate himself, .
\J and later graduated from the South i P'klH'1''

ern Dental college of --Atlanta, Ga., at fLANDS ,
, I I the age of twenty-two, with first honor I. .I ,

. r in a class of forty After graduation ,'
- he his in '
practiced profession .. I
Ocala and Tampa, and soon won the r" ;'"

CARSON: : F :ehl.lEe: dentists reputation in Tampa.of being' one of.the best I Have Them for Sale in Any Size Body ,; : .

-- :INSVRANCIr: After remaining in Tampa for "
: about two years, his health failed, and From Ten Acres .to One Hundred : + :
Succeuor to the Dozier Leitner Agency he gave up his profession and rested .,. '
for two years, and during this time '
State Bank Building sold life insurance for the EquitableLife Thousand Acres. .):, : f
Insurance company in New York. .. .
1. Some time after this, about four years 'i .
ago, lie moved to Kissimmee and A Letter Addressed to Me Will Bring a : !: .
-- -
bought out the insurance business of
C. A. CARSON, President N. C. BRYAN, Secretary. J.. M. Willson, Jr.'wbich has been established Full, and Terms of-Sale. ,
for years. He conducted this $' Description .
business most satisfactorily and profitably '
The Waters & Carson ; enlarging the business and
adding to it from time to time a

great many satisfied customers, until .
r about a year ago, when his health D.G..McKAYKISSIMMEE
failed again. At that time he wentto '
Grocery CompanyWholesale Asheville, N. C., for treatment, and
remained at that point until October. .
Afterwards he went to his brother's = FLORIDA: .
home in Arcadia and remained until -
about three weeks ago, when he then t

and Retail Dealer InQROCERIES went to Colorado Springs, Colq'., hop- _... .
ing to be benefited thereby. .
It seems, however, that it was not the letter must 'be "
tainlne publisltxl C&uSB, '
i fated that he should recover, so thaton mailed to the president fo the boardof nrsous CHILD io ..:
t February 21, 1914, he died at Colo-. trade of Kissimmee and the State FEVERISH OON STIPATRb,' '
? I'I"
rado Springs. Bank of Kissimmee, and II. w. B mm B er'1
carried 'Iorlda'i oj;; 1
The remains were to Bar- award will be made fetters r
u 6400044404040440 0.4 .00. .. ... ... ..4s tow for interment, where the funeral or article so received. Look Motherl If "e I eoatM" o.
tongue ,
0 0. 4 services were conducted by Dr. A. J. VI. Contest will close May 30, 1914. ;J M q
clean. J.
little bowel with "Call-
4 Holt, pastor of the Baptist church at Fire! Life, Health and Accident .
4 WE SELL: 0 0 WE BUY: VII. Judges of. contest will be the fornla Syrup of Ftga.* ''i\
; ,
0 4 this place. the Kissimmee board of .
4 HAY, president'of h ..
4 0 0 HIDES, 4 He leaves a large family to mourn trade, the chairman of the board of INSURANCES - -, 4Motaere , .
oCo. 4 his loss, besides innumerable friends commissioners and third t to
000 GRAIN, county a
4 who had learned to admire his integ- aa feet rat after!'II.wq.'t.\: ?
0 FURS chosen these two.
4 0 be by
i "
and his upright life. "California Syrup or Fig because &IIIII! ? 'i'i ia
4 rity Kissimmee has tourists, visitorsor ..
000 FERTILIZER! 000. as to .
few hours all thee clogged-rip. a
4 The family left are Mrs. G. T. f.eit- winter residents who waste. :t-
people .
4 0 0 Wool many
NELSON INSURANCE AGENCYOld DOur bile and fermenting food gently/*Jr. ,
4 ner, W. E. Leitner and George Leit- good writers, andit ,
SHINGLES, 4 4 are exceptionally
0Co 4 4 ner, and Mrs. Chatham of Arcadia, ia more than probable many excellent -. move out of the bowels! end yon'' b&f'4... : '..f.
Co a well, playful child again ? "< '," "
Miss Almena Leitner and Mr. Sumter '
1 > ORANGE BOXES, 4 0 AND 4 l letters will be published in north- i.
4b Leitner of Kissimmee, Mrs. Denham and western detailing the State Bank I gilding' Sick children needn't be coaxed. .r
0 0 ern papers
o take this harmless "frult'JaxaUve _,
and Mrs. H. J. Fletcher of Bartow, ?
o ORANGE WRAPS, 4 0 ALL 4 of advantages and possibilities of our 90000000..000..... Minion of mother keep It handy bV j'j''III' f't
Mrs. C. H. Chatham Greenwood, S.
and all of which will I
4 0 city county '
4 of --==-= - =- =--=c- --> cause they know Its action 'oft. theJ-ftfrf /
and Mrs. F. C.
4' C., Edwards Starke,
be in the local !
COUNTRY than likely reproduced
0 VEGETJ.BLE CRATES, 000 stomach liver and, bowels Uprompt.; S
is "
"There one matrimonal net which t
I. PRODUCE. Fla.All the family attended the funeral press. 1 seldom fails to catch the feminine and. sure. :v 'J 7*'V "j
4 Co CRATE NAILS, 4 services at Bartow, with the possible fish." Ask your druggist for a $BO-oent oto\i\: '?;*>

0 04440440400004400 0 I 000. 000 ... ..1..4 exception of the sister, who is liv- RUSSELL COLE "What is it t.. contains tie of "California direction Syrup for babies of Figs catldreoj which eta'w* :
ing in South Carolina. "A coronet.-San Francisco Chron- t-
Dozier Leitner will be greatly missed icle. ......... Of all ages and for, grown-up.'; 'i.,9o y'.v., r:
We sell field and gardeq seeds of all kind by a large circle of friends, and DfCLARfDINSANEpHYSICIANS .. .- 'I"t:
-- -- -
We give special attention lo fitt-lng out hunting and camping prUe while he lived here, not more than = ": ,",
Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. probably three years, he gained u
We are county agents for ijood fertilizers. Ask us fir circular aid great reputation for honesty ai.d integrity DIAGNOSE HIS Choice of 5 Tourist Train f. '7,_

prices on fertilizers. 1 and uprightness.One CASE AS ACTIVE DEMENTIA
_. year ago he was a candidatefor NO HOPE
-- --- ,
North and Northwest f
----- -- - -- mayor of Kissimmee and lacked OF RECOVERY. ,. ._
1 but a few votes of receiving the nom- ,;<
ination, although he entered the race
quite late. There .has probably never lived In "Dixie flyer" "Seminole Limited"i. ?f"1
The following resolutions were Kissimmee a young man who. wa)
7. unanimously passed by the First Baptist more of a general favorite or who {:1 !':
"Dixie Limited" "South Atlantic Limited" :;
church of this city at the close of stood higher in the young social life # .
Sunday night.: than Russell Cole, and it. is 'with a \\1
1' FOR EXCHANGE heard with that "Montgomery. Route" :
; profound sorrow feeling; of' profound sorrow our ,
j that our well beloved brother people learned of his being tried before -
.. Dozier Leitner, passed to his rewardIn a lunacy board composed of Dra. -
'!. Colorado last night. M. J. Hicks and Hi L. Hyatt and found Via : .
H "We therefore record our deep sympathy insane and on Thursday of last weekhe "'
FORFlorida with his mother, our well be- was committed to the care of the '.
loved sister, and with his sisters and state institution at Chattahoochee.It Atlantic Coast Line M
brothers in their bereavement."We that attention -
was over a year ago .
also 'hereby record our own
was first attracted to the
sense of real loss in his death: ''f
actions at times of the '
Property "He was our trusted and efficient queer man, but nothing serious was thoughtto young Standard Railroad. of the South ? V - "

treasurer, and was in every respect a result, his friends and family "
circumspect and upright citizen, a devout thinking that his peculiar turns in Pullman can Jacksonville to Chicago, St. 1..ouia\\, OnciimatL:y \ ::
Christian, and a loyal church conversations and his desire to amass Louisville Indianapolis Cleveland, Grand Rapids and intermediate ', r.
member. We look forward to a blessed
the outcome of nervousness '
We have a client living in Northern Oklahoma in the best part of the and eternal land where reunion the wicked in that cease delightsome money produced was from a too rapid physical points. DINING AND OBSERVATION CARS': (r.\: ."t. .

e Slate who desires t 19;>> come to Florida to live and owns a sjock of hardware, from troubling and the weary are. at Shortly growth.after the first appearance For tickets and information call on Atlantic Coast.Line. .ticket: 'i M..

'i furniture and harness undertaking and machinery will invoice about $4300; rest"STATE of these peculiar symptoms his father agents, or j'ltW ","
't -
business doing well from $16,000 to $18.000 annually. H. E. Cole, connected with the Cole J. G. KIRKLAND, Division Passenger,AgentM: j* ;'
established ,
an old 'jewelry house in this city, sent Ru Fla. l *
1 Also has a splendid residence with one acre of ground good barn; poultry BANK TO GIVE sell to Chicago to take a course in I. Tampa, ,It'"".,jt....... ,,'r.Yi "

shed etc., worth $2,500 there being about optometry, and kept him there several
grainaries ;
I buggy .
. .. arrangement; ; $20.00 IN GOLDTO month On his return here several '
,. $900 against the residence in Building and Loan Association. This aggregates months ago the disease appeared to Y;y1! !Yt !y1 !y1 !y1 !y1 y1! !Ii!Ii y1! yt! !yl!Ii iili: Yi Yilili! !. iii. inlli. !
will fair and equitable exchange have made still further progress in -
deal of about $6,000 and party give a
w. a THE I'ERSON WRITING THE fact to such an extent that he was incapable RARE CHANCE IN SUBURBAN HOME ;. :wAs

t for property in Florida worth the money. BEST DESCRIPTIVE LETTEROF house of filling, and his his position parent in at Cole'sjewelry once other interests prevent my living there. I offer.for ....'..,: wy1

w valued from $6.000 KISSIMMEE OR OSCE- began having him treated by experts. place on Fish Lake four and a half miles from Kissimmee sad'
three farms in the vicinity at to
also have same ;
We '
About six weeks ago Mr. Cole took. distant from St. Cloud. ),.". o
$10.000.I each improved all good ring propositions to exchangefor Russell to Atlanta and placed him in ,' This property comprises over 20 acres of good land, end-hasj j 'y 4..rA ;

Florida property. Here is an opportunity for some good business. Anyone Quite a unique advertising scheme, a sanitarium in the hope that something 660, feet on the lake front. Excellent fishing.-:.V: .
both for the State bank and for Kis I' could be done to again put him
will do well consult The land is half fruit and balance muck. 'Has house :almost :
desiring a business transaction of this kind to us. simmee and Osceola county, was given 1 in a rational frame of mind, bat in a
the public this week in the formof I short time Russell, in some manner sew story and a half 30x30 ft Has water in the house. two wells,' l

We also have for sale some splendid propositions near the city limits of a card, on one tide of which Was made his escape from that institution (one of these is flowing) of fine artesian water good out-buildings,' C
the I and attempted to join the navy, going '
printed following:
barns and chicken 1- ;
Kissimmee that will make excellent homes and want the privilege of showingour "Contestants will please All in this I to the extent of enlisting, but was refused runt. v ;> ', 9
road and A. C L Railroad throe h south eDcIoEIot ,
in the County run r" ,
clients who desire a fine location worth the money. card and send it, with marked copyof admission when placed '' 'yx
property to paper in which the letter is printed hands of the government's experts. with station adjoining. Telephone service! with Kissimmee aad:St. <: ; /?. ::7
to the State Bank of Kissimmee, 'He then returned home, and day by Qoud. Title to property perfect .Price very reasonable! and terms'' .. .f
farm lands truck farms and cattle :,
Good groves at bargain prices; ; Florida: day grew worse, until nothing was lettbut' '
orange given if desired. Apply to J. W. Prentis, Box 196 Kissimmee '''"
solicited.NELSON Name ______ _____,-___________ .___ to have a launacy board sit on' ,' Rg.i: ; .
ranches. Correspondence Address, street __________________,_ his case, when he was found to be ) !" )"".' .'
Town _____________________ suffering from what is termed active !YtYttf'tYtYt'flYtx! ! ! ! !Ii'itAt'ith! ttfYt! Yi!Ii tityt x i' t..
State. .________________t____, dementia,"a disease rarely found, and : ,
which is seldom cured. Upon the evidence
Name of papers publishing lettern Y
REALTY CO. .. of the physicians Judge T. M. > 't
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and on the reverse side: Murphy was forced to issue the writ ) .1.,;; '" '1.
$20.00 IN GOLD committing; him to the asylum for the # #-I' :.
Bank Kissimmee Fla.: The State Bank of Viaaimmee Fla., I insane, and he was taken to that institution I '" ;
Rear of State Offers $20.00 in gold for the best let by an attendant.To THE H. G. SIEVED f.' U ;..

ter home written by tourist, visitoror Mr. and Mrs. Cole the sympathyof
winter resident in Kissimmee or our people go out to the fullest in =**,. "{
Osceola county, giving their opinionsand this misfortune that has befallen their. REALTY COMPANY'

impressions o.f this city or county. !Only child. .: .. "
-------- -- ---- This contest is subject to the following -. NOT IN THE TRUST If;) \'''''!<1''''
----- -
... rules and conditions:' I .. .. t ..
I. The contest is open to each and 10,000 acre Stock Farms, a barjala if takes at ie *; /. : ':
You should read regularly every visitor, touYfst or winter resident -SI GE SEWING MACHINE $5.00 per acre.s" -|." ..|.g .:, ,..s't' t '-.Ji, ir!' '

s II. of Letters Kissimmee or articles or Osceola may be county.of any AGENCY Prairie Land. Qrasj. ) *.Crevei, Ulgk u.Lu d*, TIsiberLanot :v.

length of and Kissimmee about-any' or feature Osceola or county features 26 BROADWAY at All Prices art sir Eajy.Te ... :.J3 i1J' (! .:.?

-k sk The Valley Gazette that appeal to the writer. 2,000 acre Stock Ranch, will,axckanfe.katf] 'tabs.fee. i r.Y.\a.; .1},

I III. Letters accompanied by published DANIEL KELLEY:( ether real' estate ,-:- '"i Y :if '-.. '.ai--Tt;. t' :"

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eur CJoil 41CI.. 0 ', 4 or kept until about the time the first thereafter shall certify the names ofthose' --- .

FLORIDA CHRiaTlAKT EN.-o SOUGHUM' FOR '0 pods begin to turn yellow,. When fed I candidates receiving the nomination .Supervisor 'of Registration C. W.
J .; True You? DEAVOR.' ,.0 *, HOG PASTURE to hog at this "stage, of maturity. alonj: for any' office to the'.city authorltlej Griffin has'appointed his deputies in

. 4a with porn,. it will be found that the. ofKlssimraea, as the nomi the several precincts, and the 000)(1are )
'" ) r'f Woaderfal Stomach 040404000400000000For'Sunday 0, ,i. M. SQCOTT. 4' 0 hogs make rapid gains, and will produce -' flees of this party for the offices to now open for all who care to reg
Remedy By
i pork of a good quality. be voted for at the general electionto toregister
All voters will be required
'T 4 ister.
the .
i b 0. ..
Successfully Taken in Cases March 1 ,
subject O..OO. There are many varieties of cow-I be .held March 28, 1914.Assessments. If they desire to participatein !
O +
:' of Stomach Yer and Intestinal "Twelve' 'Great Verses,', the Love .OOO.OOO..O peas., ''There'are, .however, some varieties :; .' the primary, regardless of whether

;t'4 1\: Ailments. ,, ." Verse" 1 John, 4:15: In these days, It should .not be expected that better adapted to our conditions For the purpose of defraying thexpenses they have registered 'before ,or not
when there, is so much of the oppo- than others. Out of over a hun of the primary.election including -
; will supply, all of .
sorghum following
Arid pasture hamds'of the
In' the
'fljl ; On from love shown In Actions,,words Books are
Do. Has pto" DI.p.nHY aitfe the feed to keep hogs in a dred and fifty varieties tested at tho: the payment of inspectorsand of 5uff.rng and printer's ink, each a topic oughtto necessary that deputies in, the various pro
.:, good growing condition. There are experiment station we found theBribh.m clerks, printing of ballots, etc.. '
do rood. "And we have_known cincts: .
and Iron the best
few if green pasture ropi that gave re- the following assessments are levied Creek GeoraC,
c. believed the love'that God hath any tiults. No. 2-Shingle ,
; ; Ito I us. God Is love; and he that will do this. To get the best result It will not be found to against prospective candidates for Bronson.
.... r. Ore they shouldhe necessary the various offices to be, filled.
from green past crops Dan Lanier.No. .
dwellcth in love dwelleth in God, and No. 3.-
apply fertilizer for unless
: Wonderful supplemented! with a grain crop cowpeaa, Mayor, three dollars. Cloud A. E. Drought
4St. ,
;#4 V. God in him. of some kind. j they are planted on, poor sandy soil Clerk,.three dollars. .
No. 5.Lnler. :t'oung'Tindall.No.
: We are to have Saturday eveningfor By having two fields of sorghum,! Treasurer, three dollars.
Whittier Young.
0. Randolph
: \\y tomachRemedy Christian convention citizenship and Chris the and planting one field two to four DREDGING AT MOt1TU Marshal and tax collector- three No. Bassinger- W. H. Walker.
. Gainesville weeks earlier than the other, continuous ,OF KISSIMMEE dollars. I
.....' will.. : Mst hetlon, mayor of the convention pasturage may be secured Members city council, one dollar. .
\ changethat city, will deliver the principal ad- from early spring until front kills\ the
'1/<4; frcSH., Sulyect, "The Citizen and tho sorghum in the fall the city; l Ust night from Lake Okee- following inspectors and clerk
I Saloon." Jtev. O. V. Albertnon of J'lantinit. chobee, where he has been for several are hereby designated to conduct the The registration books for Osceola

Long Face! I Di-l.und, state Christian; citizenship To 't>e able to (fIve the crop Home weeks past in the interest of the said primary el 'ction. County will open the first Monday In .

to (f; I Huperintendent, will be in charge of cultivation, plant in rows three feet Board of Trade of this city, which Inspectors--G. C. Livingston, H. January und close the first Monday in :
; the lon. Another helper that evening -
r (1IeR apart and from two to four Inches undertook the dredging of a channel N. Bratton, J. M. Johnston clerk, J. March, 1914.
i ,,1l1; >Main'* '*, fH marb .Remedy can will be Leo. J h;. Pettyjohn of Jacksonville apart in the drill. The planting maybe 1 from the mouth Of the Three-Mil' W. Prentis. Books will be open in all precinctsin \
ltewteda'e district leader for northeastern
!fl' rJly b* wonderful remedy end the done with the ordinary onehorsecorn I canal across the sand bar that obstructed G. II. NEWHOUSE, the county.
." '''j,' .""' .11.* that it tlea! in many nf the rnnurtrvnla I division. of Christian Endeavor drill. It will be necessary to I navigation into Lake Okee- Chairman.W. C. W. GRIFFIN .
eaae ef Stomach Trouble hu prod dthat this will
. .. fan* from ow end of the country to theN WOI k It is cxpvcte use a drill plate>> with eight or ten I chobee. This work has been com- C. BASS, Supervisor of Registration. ,
,I .( No matter where you lire-you will I be the best temperance session ever holes. The holes should be about pleted and Capt Damkohler has been
1 ,f,. 'ftMd,, people who h.T. Buffered with fttoraaeh.bM held! in one of our state conventions three-sixteenths of an inch In'" 'dl. over to the mouth of the Kisslmfaee --, d.
K tai Iet.MIW AUta' ele? and have Rev C. W. Crooke, state Anti-Saloon _ = t'':
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should be taken not river with the dredge Seminole, wherehe --' / '
'i( Care to
8fi restored-to health and are loud in their ameter. ---- --- -- ,
1 a Tr i>* ef thla remedy. There. li not day L League: superintendent was to have cover the need more thun an inch I made a cut thr'ee' feet deep an d. j < ,L;",, :: ;. .l :)
.' < Matwhat: en hrara of the wonderful reanlt boon present but Inn.. intinernry i is in need be fourteen to sixteen feet wide so as .
'.' deep. Sorghum may planted
.obtained from them remedy and the benefit Hoglh Kloriiia thut week. The local '
.. at time from early in March until to enable the boats to navigate to Ft. aY
entirely natural it aria on the sourcefoundation any -
d W C. T. U. of GaineHvillo will be hon.
of theme. ailments removing HasHenpror, a distance of forty miles c
I;" ,'> bile aceretlona, tak, oral! KuestM when the KndeayorerB will Auguxl.give larger The yieldH spring per acre plantings than where there were something over 12-, s HOME\ is judged largely by [) ,
from the Int..linal TOUR
; ''t toot hold thin xpc'cial leinperance Ht-ssion. t
000 boxes of fruit held .
for of its
: tfaol and aa].r in rendering the aime anti the summer plantings. up Want plumbing. .
.'...Attie. Sufferer are urged la try one di el4ch -- Splendid news it is, that we will Some pit-fer to HOW the seed broadcast of transportation, owing to the low
I ... "0... should relieve your suffering andCMtine have the pleuKUie of hearing W. R.Nev1 and it with harrow. Thin writer. When Capt. Damkohler 1
cover a
; I
that Wondrrfal marhf' A modern
Mmyr-a Xt e.5takdahd":
0 rat '
at convention, who comes to it will reached Ft. Basl enger he found that
j 0, lNenMr should re you to Rood hraltli.Ie method can be used, but require -r
'f =: u" from the Winter Bible school of the citizens there had of bathroom impression 1 :
Pmt It ta $ I Ir t -4he multi will br a considerably more seed per acre despaired gives an (
9I; '> .v.Utlon ta you and lou. will rejoice ovrrP l.i'enburK, of which he i is principal than when planted in rows, and the relief by water, and had closed with! -
," quirk recovery an attain kno the Mr. Newell is a famous Bible teacher a firm on the East Coast who contracted of refinement rT7
will he less.Varirtie -
ef ""' Send for booklet on Stomach yield per acre .
'If' \"ir. .. to L. H. "Mayr. Mfg. Chemixt. I 16 mid evangelist, better known in Chicago *. to haul the fruit overland' to Sand good taste to any Y r - .i.
,7 .. St.. tyyoLr,ice.....or better Mill obtain. a 'anada and other parts of this the East Coast railway for shipment 1.1
There number of varieties of
a house and the is
arq cost f,
IoDttIa from ,
/ than in the south, bf which
country -Ft. Myers Press.gHICHESTER.
that do. well under Florida '
1 I t. :4 : r For Safe In Kiasimmer Ity ho huH been a citizen part of eaclyear sorghum conditions and perhaps there is not' smAll for the amount of it Ii ,, I :
II I* a while. Don't forget that i if choice{ H w i11- "
I ; X. Z. ROBERSONAnd much as to which to select to permanent satisfaction :,
miss the convention will
you you
r Dru Everywhere I miss Mr. Newell's address and plant for summer pasture. Any one PILLS that it yields. i _
t-p' ) '.,.. mllnyothl.t of the following three varieties may r
will hear Iaaa5Rbo.e i
good things that f
', .t 1' be used: Gooseneck, Orange, or If : .... r ,a
; [ :
I q. --- here. :t
f I''t / Sumac. la K4 Md tad .""k ,Ola I Is !your plumbing i;
I 4' In Stuart the temperance meeting Fertilization. ,, MU.M1 with, Bit* ftU_
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1'1" ;) O T.II" .. _. BBJV f satisfactory ? ,,
\ led by Miss Anna J. Gunn, a new jHHANI
: was Sorghum is a gross feeder, requires ___. A..f1Ulo(1 TEII.
"'\:'LEWIS O'BRY AN r worker who once helped make things a large quantity of plant food, yon)) tiwwikM.."". DM.Mini> PI Alma* aw YIaW... i
in Nebraska. She has
hum n poster
i: and is not particular as to the source. '
u 'k made which showed the pictures 6 f 61 DRUGGISTS( (VERNmEKG
, ,:, 1 1a t ', ATTORNEY AT LAWSPECIALIZING several noted Christian Endeavor green When the pasture crop, is perhaps to be used the only most as important a- THE OLD RELIABLE PLUMBING SHOP I

t i' lenders, including .Mr. and Mrs.. 10. KStrother .
fertilizer is ammonia. This
' ; the missionaries for Christian the form of dried P Q R. L. STARLING, Manager f
.. INlV ran be supplied in GALL FOR WHITE PRI-
J Endeavor in China who will be n
ammonia. The
brood, or sulphate of 14 Darlington I Are. Phone 2442PALACE ,
't. '1 v "ABSTRACT at our Gainesville; convention. Two following formula ought to give satisfactory , .
young men, for the information com- ( n
if. ;.. ANDr' mittee, read accounts of the lives of MARY ELECTIONThe L r
Amonia ------------4 per cent. _. '
- -
Karl I Lchmann and the National Citizenship \ .r.----; -
; -
r Available phosphoric :/ : ..
official Daniel Piling This
4 f TITLE WORK acid _------4 cent
; k' t was to stimulate a longing for real per city executive eommlttee of the f
t TATK. LANK UDG.I heroism in Christian manhood, the Potash -------------4 per cent. "white man's party" met yesterday

J J. kind which counts in morality and all This should be applied at the rate afternoon and formulated the following DRUG STORE Inc.

'd,I" ''h, "' ) ''t '0. 0000000000440440 that's good. This poster, also one of 400 or 500 pounds per acre a weekor call for a "whjte, man's primary:" r

11,1 9 .. / t ... made by a girl on the Stuart Infor- ten days before planting the seed. The city executive committee of the SAM G. RAGSDALE; Pres. and .!
J! j' mation committee showing the wet At the time of the first cultivation, "white man's party" in the city of ,

i J .... .....oo.OO'OOUOOo+H+ and dry territory in the United States, or when the yourg plants are about Kisslmmee hereby call and provide for "THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE", l
. will be kept in Christian Endeavorhall. two inches high, it will be found a
y' up holding of a "White man's" primary .
THEManliattaii The society in Stuart has a good plan to make an application of election to be held in the city of Kis- PHONE No. 41 FREE DELIVERY I

? church of its own. It hires its own nitrate of soda at the rate of about slmmee in compliance with the laws f

minister and is the only one of that 100 pounds per acre. Sorghum is a of the State of Florida, said primary

kind we know of in Florida which real- slow growing plant at first, and a to be held during the hours fixed by PRESCRIPTION

t Hotel ly "runs things" in a religious way little nitrate of soda will hasten the law for the holding of elections onSaturday WORK t
for a very progressive Christian com- growth materially. March 7th 1914, for the
'S i;:14ft1 munity. There is a Methodist churchin Pasturing the Crop. nomination of candidates for city elect- it the supreme ted of a drug store'
i Attention to
town but Christian Endeavor hall : Sorghum can be pastured at almost ive offices to be voted for at the general character. Our Prescription Depart-

._ ,'Traveling Public is non-sectarian. the real Endeavorway. any stage of growth after it city election to be held in said ment is run on the principal that your

r, '' .. IBS reached a height of twelve or city of Kissimmee on Saturday March doctor knows what he wants when he f
''Just,sjcroa. the square from Did have good meetings last 28 1914.
you fifteen inches. It will, however, con- writes his directions and that it is
jj'"' A ,, : FtA. business men and women ? Did you after it has headed out and when Qualifications of Electors. duty to follow them to the very letter.

KISSIl MEE. : follow Miss Ruth Coffin's suggestionand the seed is in the dough stage. '' At Those, and only those persons, shall Bring your prescription here and you t

lei a ,, r.w re' show in your program that giving this stage, however it is too hard I be permitted to vote at or participatein will make the doctor's work surer and
in a systematic way is a great featureof and woody for young hogs. the management of said primary
.L. r- e t. .;.. y. real business-like Christianity We election their'adherence who ar white elctors, 'Who
hope a great many new Tenth Legion declare to the principle ------- '---
ers were found during this evening of 004000000'0; oob'd 4iooo and organization of the white: man. ;

study and in matters party in thet city of Kissimmee. who I
M. TILLER prayer pertain. PALACE DRUG STORE Inc. '
ing to that department of Christian. .f COWPEAS. VtfBT HoG 'PAS- : are by.the laws of the city of it ,;im. ,, '"

t ; .eat Estate A.uencYai Endeavor. 000 TURK. 4 nee lawful electors who have on or SAM G. RAGSDALE Pr .. ud Mgr."THE .
; : We give annual reports at Gainesville <0> 4 before February 4,4, 1914, paid their

)' '...-....--.,..-..aatawwweww.w..r. . March 27 to 29, and this means By J M. Scott. 4 poll taxes for th& years 1912 and 1913, PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE"
i!! that we are in the last month for doing 000 4 who haye registered up to add includng PHONE No. 41 FREE DELIVERY
\ % Realty bought and sold. things worth reporting. Every 4444044044000040440 March 6, 1914, aiid, who pledge -

\i Houses rented.I body ought to remember this and "get I themselves to abide by.the result of 4

I;/ .xes paid and Titles veriflr4'tor eryone should pray daily for the .suc It will be most profitable for the said primary election and vote for the .
.. cess of the Gainesville convention, average Florida farmer to supply his nominees thereof at the ensuing city
', non-residents.
... that it with abundance of election.
may prove a lasting blessing hogs an green
,1,.' '' e. F1re, Life' and Accident Insurance busy" and keep i>o from now on. Ev- pasture. Hogs kept.on dry feeds the Qualifications of Candidate

i' i .to the young people of every section greater portion the year are not Those, and only those persons, shall ,D. B. WBOBER IHSOBBHBE flBEJICY.
Indemnity Bonds. in our immense state. as thrifty and do not grow as rapidly I be permitted to become candidates for : ...
: ', ta' "': tier t ':0.... Grace A. Townsend. 8a those that are given a liberal allowance officer to be voted for in said primary . .

w'* M of 'green feed. It requires elections :who pledge themselves in
t. nlterlachen, Feb. 23, 1914.GODSON'S '
j ofl. from fourteen to twenty-four months writing-to abide by the result of said Svcceitor Ie Aitliar E. Done*.a* AfeacyRoom'Ne.
. .
If>ff ... I for the bog to to market '
range grow primary elections and support the 9 Seeottd floor GtizeB Bank&: Buildlnr. Phane 246
size. A hog of the same size can be nominees thereof who 'are ed .
: quali t
il : M +r St4.* lULl 0 CKf GUARANTEE grown in eight to ten months when under the laws. of the State of Florida -

E properly fed. and city of Kissimmee to hold of. Geilersl'rneuranee Business, representing the strongest and most '
The cowpea is a crop that does best fice.
6 EXPLAINED BY GODSONRead In a soal of warm sandy loam. Hence, ''Reliable'camP nl... .
f ; W'E L TE List of Office To Be Filled.
,., It i is a crop well suited to Florida conditions. -
l' ; y, ..-.-.......-.......... It l is a short season crop, requiring Each elector in the city of Kissina We will continue the Business of the Arthur E. Donegan Agency
: What Dod on Says About Ilia mee qualified to vote in said primary
l..:. INSURANCE From ConHtipallon. sixty to ninety days to election shall have the right to vote in without change -Tour patronage is respectfully solicited.
ry mature, according to the season and
the variety. Therefote it may be mid primaries for: .. .. .

: 4 aoillla iof of Titles a "DodHon'H. Liver Tone takes .ihe 'planted as a catch crop or as an after One One candidate.for candidate for mayor.clerk. f "
By this we mean it be
place of calomel. Instead of being crop. may One candidate for treasurer.
dangerous, it iA harmless and works planted after the spring and summer .
candidate for marshal
and tat
; Specialty.Cf I
a O easily and naturally, without bad vegetables are harvested, or it may collector. : sSUPERIOR
I be planted in between the of
ifter-effecta. I have authorized J. Z. rows
Two members
/ re.i&nd.noa. Solicited. corn at the last cultivation. candidates for of city
____ ioberson to refund purchase price council for two years each.
(Oc. to without When grown to be "u ed as a pasture SERVICE
) instantly
you question Five members of the executive com-
if in dissatisfied for hogs! cowpea can be plantedat COURTEOUS TREATMENT
you are any way mittee for
: with it. If Dodson's Liver Tonecan't any time from the middle of March one year. t

i W. RiFFI'N' II help you, I doirVwant your until the first of August. To get the Time for Qualifying.

}: i money." best results eae as pasture Each person desiring to have his

'. That's how' Pod son feels about this they should be plant at intervals of name printed 'on the primary election 1

r b plea ant-tasting vegetable-liquid liver two weeks. By planting every two ballot as a candidate for any city office
". ... L rS .>1e'an0> ( F6ecyk regulator an dreliever of constipationand weeks, fresh pasture can be had for shall file with the 'chairman of '
y 'r I.... biliousness.The the hogs at all times during the this! committee, on or before February

t:1i: lives of so many people have spring, summer, and early fall. When 24, 1914, his notice of candidacy and TO THOSE WHO WOULD WINTo
GOGEWESiFree.pellveryjo: : been brightened and betterby this one plot of ground is pastured off it application to have his name so printed -

,\.: I r.., ... .: . ,- .. great remedy that leading druggistsnowo can be plowed up and replanted, so upon a blank ''to be furnished by
r recommend it and seven of that the same piece of ground will the chairman of this committee: and
i America's most prominent physicians grow two or three crops during the accompanied by the amount of his assessment
be successful in
>; ; : all Parts O. K.'d it, after thorough analysis of year. as specified '"below and no any undertaking, a great

I Ml Vi ,
. ... of. toe It is generally known that calomel, well prepared steed-bed. This can )>.' counted or return dif
+ .., .. preparby thoroughly plowing the prlntetluupon such '
t being a poison, is a peril to many. It any ballot, unless -
: . stays in the system and while ground, and then using a good tooth this provision shall have been Make the right start to-day.

", seem to give you a temporary* relief (arrow.. When a, good seed-bed has complied! with.*

often "knocks you' out' for several' been prepared, mark off the rows two, ,Form of Ballot. An
with the Citizens
account Bank
or two and a half, feet apart. Plant' of Kissim
nlEO days.With' the seed at the rate,of about one-half The voting In'_aid'primary elections aid
&. L Dodson's Liver Tone you are shall first and second choice1: ballot mee will you to'open the door of opportun.
As the
bushel acre. soon as
i "\-. -,- ..t with let right no bad without results ache to interfere or gripe in and the 'young\ plants per are one, to two inches ,, In compliance" 'wiih the provisions& ity to greater achievement
'of. the State primary laws and the
high good cultivation. Perhapstwo ,
wt ,
f slightest way with your regular occupation -
i it'q ,ninesof, the candidates: for each of-
cultivations will be all that is
t" r . ., and habits. So great numberof '
ballot alphabeUca'order.
on the In
'.1CABINET MAKI kRS former sufferers from constipationand necessary. When the;crop reaches a ,'on' the hallo tin alphabetical order.: ,40 Interest Paid on Savings Accounts :.
""f..... ... inactive liver have been vastly lght..of fifteen .to elghteenInches; ,
.\. ; : I H will be time to begin pasturing. Under
Claa Id deer ItM iIoye&iT : benefited> by Dodson's. Liver Tone that Return i{
It favorable conditions.,.,.crop will at eight --
.' would seme-wise for you. to give it '
!i Are .I*,:Onrr33niiae.." a trial now. Children like it and it be ready to paitijre'' In 'about six or I,o'clock p. m. .on day .March;:

,>'0. -LDONE-:; doe._ wonders for them.-Adv.WANT eight Weeks after'planting. 1914, in..tha' city council chamber'of Arthur E. Donegan, P. K. Weaver .
.. < Some sow the seed broadcast the. city of HKisjdmmae. and!"PUblicly- -
ADS Jin the Valley;.Gazette J .t; one bushel eanneethe'returns: ,' in> 'aec rdanee President. Cashier.

.r .ABLE_ ,CHARGES;; are 'the mean of sefing"and' and a half 'of seed should be.'sown .per. with the primary election,law of Florida ..
t "h i l1i. property acre.A r. ** + a-K ?*.. ,'and declare' whet candidate.' Win
: :'I'AONT ;when all other mean -
When oowpeas'Are planted between been nominated for each: office.vot d
..... .' .:fl.. t" ..t-.t. ... ." ",,_..._ __,__ ...." .":fait?; Try. "It once. ,.6. cent .'Una. ;the*.rowa;o{;:corn .t;the.last;;toltivsw for,:.and '.tha'Chairman '.'and''secretary, .

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JAY REBRUARYM.1la. .. I r'y' "tHunterland .... '.. "t
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The regular meeting of' the Truck- ilra., .<*.*E. Klrkpatrick-- returned 1 I, ,S .,'' ; '
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;...' Association of Uunterland wasbell last week from a pleasant visit to'' PAYS: OUT
at the usual Ifiwas.,pace decided Saturday unanimously February Mrs. Jennie Davis of'Paradise Island.. '' ,'.. .\" ,". ,, '.' .,>."t"' t.., , !Ii
14th. ". are glad l to know, I .. "' < !Ii
: Misa Ola ,1';: ', .' :
.'' Saturdayinateid that the meeting of very be held second evJrv CbeampbeU. who has been ills to ''',. ..;. .;./' ,. J k""": 4 '... \')

decided at the last teg8ES2W. Mrs, Leon, Allen. of Pleasant Hill MORE MONEY : ':I! '{' .." .'

.., advisability of get. was a visitor here Sunday. .' .., ', / '..' .
ling our park; in shape was brought Mr.,' Wade Copeland! Kisslimmee > '.,.>J_"' ......."..... ,"
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I : lor discussion. The secretary wad was a visitor of Messrs.,Theodore and 1' ...}I ,
11 instructed communicate with the Curtlss Brown Sunday. > ; ; ..
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? Hunter Land company Minneapolis, Rev. A. J. Ghill of Lakeland 'delivered Than: Other' Southern

Minn., ., asking them for their co-opera- a fine sermon here buy; '" :,
them to have' .
tion and urging this and and evening .. .
rnatWrattended r to as loon as possi Mr and Mrs.. D..Y. Johnson of this. "
ble.meeting in a very.then mane city i' moved to Ellenton last,week. vState, ,- the fitting Mrs. L. M. 'Bronson returned last
complimenting the parties responsible week,from a pleasant with her ,
for the inception of this organisation. mother, Mrs. B. C. Bass of Bartow. FOR THE CARE OF, CONFEDER. :
and that he was pleased'one off .. A crowd of young people went vloletgithering ATE SOLDIERS, WIUCH FACT
\ charter members, also dealing with ,
Its Sunday afternoon and !Ii
the transportation question co-opera baden enjoyable time and gathered '
Mr.'Bunnell's was ERATES FORM EVERY.. /" !' ; '
many' violets as the woods are full J;
- i ofospecial i interest for the reason thathe of them and many other beautiful WHERE TO REUNION: !Ii
hud covered most of our state and flowers this time of the year. AT JACKSON fiS fifi 00 00it !fi' f:

i that he found no better locality to Miss Lynette and Mrs. Rosa Hagan VILLE.. fiS fifi :...,
make his home in as in this Vicinity. of Loughman spent Saturday here fifi I
As a whole his address was an inspiration canvassing. -
to all. The meeting then .ad- Dack Davis was in this city Mon- Jacksonville Fla., Feb. 24. -The 1
.journed.Parties. state of Florida pays out>> more money I. i
," interested in this locality are Bessie and Lawrence Garrett per capita for.the support of dependent 4
v again requested to write to the secre- spent Sunday with Miss Ernestine ex-Confederate soldiers than any 1 lecturer of national
tary for any information also if in Brown. other southern state.. This fact should 1 Irving, a '
ti. neighborhood to attend the meetings -. Alex Bronson spent Saturday Tn be sufficient to convince exConfederates
1 (every Saturday' 2 p. m. at Kissimmee.Mrs. everywhere that when they and I reputation, and "Better-Town Promoter by4 profession f
their descendants visit Jacksonvdlenothe {
Hunterland) ,
Amanda Goadson left last "
r i -V Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Alderman ; week for her home in Louisville, .Miss. occasion of the twenty-fourth re- has written a book called "My Town the ',mes_
- the proud possessors of a fine Coy Beaues was in this city Sunday.Mrs. i boy February 12. Our congrat: a- J. E. Kirkpatrick spent Mon- erans' association that they will be In of which he states is "Buy at Home." .The v
tions.J. day in Kissimmee.Two 'the hand. of their friends. The reunion -. 1I sage !Ii
II. Walker\: was out on an inspection wagonloads of Oklahoma Indiana will be held 6. 7, 8. 1fi, Springfield [Mass.] board-of 'trade awarded Mr. Irving !
tour oof his extensive orange passed through here Monday. The handso emtotaof $600,000 per ,.gip
groves during the week bringing back Lee Lanier had the misfortune to annum Is being paid by the state for
fifi of the best submitted for '
! with him- ome very delicious fruit. lose his horse, as the train killed it support of ex-Confederate pensioners. I a prize $500( for plan promoting 'i:' '
,; Paul Bernard was out fishing the Saturday night. The average yearly amount paid to fifi
: other day and brought back with him Roy Faircloth, from Haines City, each person on the pension list, according the interests of their city. He has :
, a fine mess of fish for himself and II was a visitor here Sunday. to the latest report of the fi
.: rti'R friends. Wishing you all good success and state board of pensions, is $121.25, subject in ,this country and abroad.. studiedthe'l I ? ,
Mrs. G. T. Chandler, M. Chandler ,i. prosperous lives is the wish of Carna- while the average paid to old soldiers
i<,', and J. A. Wilhite returned from Se- I tion. is $122.30. Wide of Confederate sol- I i knows what he is writing about and ,
diers draw .of I
if bring with! a cargo of supplies. Mr. I an average $120 per '
Wilhite is of the opinion that our annum. Since the report from which quotations make advertisement Buy- '
a strong -
. country is very much superior to anything thes efigures are taken was made the
! Sebring has to offer and was II Orange CenterDear II legislature has passed a still more .' ,
glad to get back. to Osceola countyonce liberal pension law, which will authorize ing-at-Home movement: I.
additional payments of ap- <
more. \
C. Bunnell has taken possession of Gazette: Here we are again proximately $105,000 a year, making i! .. "Every citizen of a com'lUunlty, farmer, laboring mart, professional tfrl

e;. his Walker property he time acquired Mr.from Bunnell F. W'I i with a smile that is a fixture. Our the Confederate total $760,000 pensioners per annum of the state.paid to man-each and all owe a heavy debt to their town., Altogether .
some ago.
is very optimistic in regard to the I moving watermelons along, Irish with potatoes heads ,up.etc., The are There are ,633 soldier pensioners on too many citizens are objects of charity from their fellow =, .

. future tion of o his(this optimism country he, as a SUbStBttia-1 heavy rains that fell a few days ago the rolls of Confederatese of the state, and making 2,227 a totalof widows fi citizens In accepting community prosperity and enjoyments without -, '!Ii

were just in time to give us the needed The fund to this value received." '
rpceives letters daily from moisture. We learn with regret, however 4860., support yi giving !Ii
t wish to have their land plowed with that those name rains were det- pension mills roll the is assessed raised by a tax of of four the Y "A resident of a town should always patronize that business In : .
on property
his big gasoline outfit. He ia a pood rimental to Home sections less fortu- ii community the owner of which resides there in preference! '.. -
: citizen and we are pleased. to nave Florida -- -
located than
him in our vicinity. visitor not nately help being happy are in we.our good can-for- 1 living, but is.the not memory only caring of the for deadis the that business, the'owner of which resides out of town. This principle :1':1'his H.J. K.Barschel Opdyke's was place.a Sunday Mr. Bar-- tune sister, yet towns we and grieve settlements for and with who suf-our also kept green. Throughout the I applies to every line of business." l

.chel states that he saw big potatoes fer the loss of crops after. a down : state handsome have been erected Confederate both monuments "So widespread is the principle of home investment that the
grow at, but his that former he is home of the in Saskatchewan opinion- pour of heavy rains. inviting and private means. All told, there public German Empire has organized a crusade against American bonds' .'

that these were not in it with theY Our, park with begins the planting to look of more several- are twenty Confederate or possibly more, in handsome the- urging that home Interests need all local capital. 'The general,, .II ,
>nes of Mr. Opdyke' Into that the his bar-are palmetto trees and other ..shrubbery.A state, an dothers are yet to be erect- manager of International Harvester Company told the writer 'I./

grown gain Mr.without Opdyke fertilizer of any kind litle Kissimmee later in the out year to see we us.shall Invite ed.diers A is home maintained for ex-Confederate Jacksonville.Last sol-. I that it is more difficult to introduce their products' in Germany: "

excepting Fred Dealt some had wood the ashes.misfortune of Mr. and Mrs. Morey of the Pines year the state at appropriated than in any other nation. When a nation acts .this-way is It'not significant !fi ,t
three weeks' trip to
are on a $5,000 to the Confederate soldiers' *?
valuable watch while lesson for towns ? ,
losing a very north country. They have gone ona home in this city. Two Confederate '. \

Aplowrng. i little John boosting W. Parker trip.of California' this. week.was and monuments a monument have will been be erected dedicated here to, Yes, it is a significant lesson- for this very community. x, ;r rJ rt

an Orange Center visitor .
the Women of the Confederacy during
Mr. Parker dropped by on his way the coming reunion. This monumentis y; ,
II Apopka ii II to England to visit old home ties and a companion to the handsome state b
folks. He is delighted with this com- memorial unveiled last May on the :
here i
munity and expects America.A to battlefield of Chickamauga during the .. ... ............ . ............................ .. . ........ ....... .... ,
his return to
upon Confederate reunion at Chattanooga.It
Mrs. Mary Byars at the home of Mr.
gathering r
is located In beautiful
Monday evening from St. Petersburg, and Mrs. Randall Keen the night of a park, and'
will be ready for the
week. unveiling ceremonies !
where she had spent the past
the 1st inst. was well attended. Ev-
by the date of the reunion.
Her daughter, Mrs. J. E. Willoughby, erybody had a. good time. This brief exposition of the work H. C. STANFORD, COMPANY, ; '
accom- ,
and two little.daughters Chas. E. Mains of Dayton Ky., wasa . :r ,, ,
her to St. Petersburg, have that.Florida is doing for the ex-Con Dry Goods, dotLUf end Saa, ,.'s. ,,,,, '. )
panied last
visitor to Center week. their home in Wilmington Mr. Mains is Orange a Florida booster.N. . federate proof that soldien the ,people- living"of and the dead state is Fanlalaiap. ,aid NotioBi ''r" ,.; ': ..... .Fmk Meats ofl'Ap KtidtJl' { '
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N, C. B. Coffee and wife of Nebraskawere will extend a, warm anad' I 1".,,,,, *.i :: ,. "*, ,.< rl', .... 0"1., , ,
Mrs, Fannie Taylor and little in Orange Center'several days welcome to the old soldiers and gejierous their UiDUTTONHARRIS .t'''. .., r9i ...,. " / ''.,1(' ,' :', i" ,: .
daughter Mary D., who have been the last week. They, wanted to remain, friends on' the occasion of the Jacksonville I " ".,. f.',}, .. I "', /
guests ot her aunt Mrs. S. W. Stewart but Mr. Coffee's large interests in reunion. Florida, while situated 9i "
for some days, left Monday for the north called them back. far south of the great theaterof CLARK &: MEIKiEJ01l> !
where they will visit other Charles Johns and Lum McCleaneywere '
Tampa war of 1861-5, felt the shock of }
relatives before: returning to their In Orange Center Tuesday of the conflict. Jacksonville was occu- CO. I
home Ih Milltown, Ga. this week. pied four different timese by the fed Real Estate \ .
D. W. Clark made a business trip Deputy Sheriff Bass attended court erals. The purpose of this occupancy, ; SHOES !
to Kissimmee last Monday.W. I in Orlando on Wednesday of this according to official reports on file in 106 Broadway ...
L. Pannell made a business trip week. archives of the war department, were !Ii i ffi lfiy II; Mh
to Orlando Monday to look after his to keep the St. John's river opene from !Ii -u;

great goods,mid-winter which were fair.displayed at the MINISTERS MEET: IN and its mouth to atm to the the negroes head of for navigation service I!Ii WATERS CARSON GROCERY I

Charley McClure came in Monday in the union army. The small Con- COMPANY
night from Sanford and reports that STUDY OF DR. HOLT federate force in east Florida in 1863 x .. \
be has done well this season with his was commanded by Gen. Joseph Fine- !Ii I
lettuce crop and is now planting cu- Ran. On March IS, 1863 General KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO. :
cumbers. AND REPORT' THAT HOUSE TO Finegan issued a proclamation herein y ETetytluBf for the H.... -Y- 'I
Mrs., Haley has purchased a beautiful HOUSE CANVASS WOULD which he said: !fi J. E. Rash, MaMftr.ffi .
building on Central avenue and SOON BE COMPLETED. "I fee it my duty as brigadiergeneral !Ii NELSON REALTY COMPANY fir tMl
this district inform
W. H.-Brokaw and commanding to '
will First begin street at once to erect a new residence the people of the district and Na. 9 Darfiigtra Avon ,....I'
TIe ministers held their regular of the state-that our unscrupulous }
on same. Monday morning meeting this weekat enemy has landed a large force of !Ii l; Sfi i !Ii'Ii '
Last Monday was a legal holiday the study of Dr. Holt, there being negroes, under command of white officers r
and the State band was closed' all present Messrs. Holt Lawler, Murphyand ,at Jacksonville, un dercover of F. H. LAWSON .
day. Witherspoon. The reports showed gunboats. He is attempting to forti- x! Cash Store D. G. McKAY REAL ESTATE .
J. F. BriggS has begun to erect a I that the most\ of the house to fy the place so as to make it secure !Ii "
;two-story building on his lot on Sec-I house canvass had been made and against attacks. The purpose of this 10 Broadway AGENCY II I IIi ;,
[ ond"street between Central and 'Park the rest would be completed in a few movement is obvious and need not be !
avenues. & I days. Much encouragement has come mentioned in direct terms. It is sufficient !Ii Bi I ,of '
.'> W. T. Wilson has gone to Birming- to them out of this canvass, which assures to inspire the whole body of 'y; ,
f ham. Ala., where he is interested in : considerable increase in the people with a renewed and sterner .
I making some real estate investments. i membership of the Sunday schools and purpose of resistance. thereforecall yt : :
I, Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts have churches. on such of the citizeYis as can i -- -- ". HUNTER'LAND CO. r
f returned to their home in St. _Petersburg These ministers report great pleasure possibly leave their horn esto arm ',
? after a very pleasant visit to on account of the.fellowship thai and organise themselves Into compa- Yi !u h ) Real. Estate "., .1r ..:
K their brother, G. Harod and wife, is developing among them as a result without delay and report to me." be! t,
laere. of their co-operation and they I rles R. Saxton (U. S. A.) in a reErt '' I :.
W. B. MAKINSON CO. !f: :
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Fred Holquist and family of Jamescwn are mutually honing and stimulating to the war department dated !Ii '
N. Y., have returned to their each the i mighty task 4, 186) says: "The object of Yi Hardware, Cattery, Boat Sappers Hi,
MIme after spending the winter here.Harry' that has been entrusted to them. expedition was to occupy Jacksonville aid Machinery.m W... .HANKINS S
..., Us tier has moved into the / and make it the base of opera- ffj %' y
ottse* vacated ty Mr. Holquist. and -Ions for the arming of negroes and $ ---- Adding MaeklBts amd TnmnitIn. : ..
it vL Hyde has purchased the cottage END STOMACH. TROUBLE, securing{' in this way possession of the U Yi
[\vacated by Mr. Ustler and will move OASES OR DYSPEPSIA entire state of Florida. It i ie my !Ii. -vie ;-- "
belief that scarcely an incident in this !Ii ', ';
'nto it at once. ... ', ,' .
-0'".The citizens of Apopka were high-, tf. war has caused a greater panic /IJ' .
r pleased with the display of fruit, throughout the whole southern co ast DAN1TS DEPARTMENT lion
egetables and other products that -Pape'a Dlapepsln" make. Sick.. Sour. 'than this raid of the colored troopsin
era placed on exhibition from this Qaaay Stomachs surely' feel fine Florida. Diy GeedXOotkiBK,Ss*.s,Fee. .ga ;,
umunity at the mid-winter fair lasteek. In five minutes. During the occupation Jacksonville x !SiKISSIMMEE .. 5 aad lOe Star 9 j1
Much credit is due to Frank wa sburned by federal troops A correspondent !Ii
; 'Davis and N. P. Newell, who were of the New York Tribune LUMBER CO. K ''afI t" 1 '
charge -of the display, as well a.veral If what you just ate Is souring on wrote a graphic description of the fire, !:Ii Pifn y; 1 -
others from here who volun- your stomach or lies like a lump of which was probably overdrawn from Wholesale aid I 1

red to assist in making the Apopka lead, refusing to digest or you belcHgas the deck of the transport Boston, then ,.. Pb.w 21 XW.PRENTOOrraa '' ) ? 3: '
t \f the attractive spots of _and eructate sour, 'undigestedfood lying in the harbor He charged.thecrime !Ii "
Ii' oS
he1 fair grounds. or have a feeling of dullness; of burning the "city tq the rJ;! --::- .--.., *,' '''Talkhr ''Mifssiii .'<.II,.[d
':Harry Uatler has moved Into the I heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad taste Eighth Maine anad Sixth Connecticut ,!Ii, ;

ouse vacated by Fred Holquist and In month and tomach-headache., you regiments,and declared that the negro/ $ '. S.wiagMubiw, ..' ; i\.I\ .'kAr1 ,r;...{
Hyde has purchased the'cottage Can get blessed relief In ftve.lD1nutea. troops had, nothing. to'do with it.. , :Ii .:,.f i ' > 4',. ; ),
vacated by Mr.. Ustler aad will move. Pnt an'.nd to stomach trouble foreverby I .Ie If' ,. ." .. "" .(
to it at once. retting a large ftft) of., Princess Mary of England {is) reported : 0 ... j ''Ii +'i,;,
--- Pane's Dlapepeln from'any drug store. ,, has earned $1,200 in. eleven i $ t, ,"\
"IIs Is always, parading his knowl- You realize in live minutes how,needless months. in. the. caos. )f charity. .; 'I ( r4'
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B shouldn't' think it would take that 'dyspepsia or any. r.tomaohdlsarder. Ann!. Scroggins aged fourteen, of I. 'f''" "". , .. :t, ... ::01\.'". " ."I'. 0\\ + '., J,".
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land Frank'V n A w' and .Mr,
wr *. a W. Mleklejoit own beautiful hey first. for. the, Valley Gaiette, to -welcome' mee subjectof course. to the action''", .
DISTINGUISHED l homes, and at the latter'* residence almost Citrus FrailB. THE STEP Mr Corney and his' son' to the business : of the white primary. If again hon. "

: sumptuous1 luncheon had been C; Miller,Klsslnrmee/Sicily lem-.. : 'community Kissimmee and to I'' ored with the office, I will do in the

prepared, consisting of clear,' soup, on.,. ftrsti beepa k'for them a success, They I future as I have done in the past, "r-

.. \ chicken and ham pie, boned turkey Radclyffe-Cadmah Bros., Narcossei will, open "for business, tomorrow.,' I form the duties and obey. the.,..'.laws. ,.to,

,PARTY braised bam. salad, trifle, fruit salad, atngerines, first T THAT LEADS( I I I the, best, - of. 1117..abWty.

VISITS caramel l cream,, lemon apongrestrawberry -, /* KadclvtTe-Cadrhsn Bros., Narcosse FLOYD.TISON.:
sponge and coffee, In time serv.. grapefruit. second.' 'M"i TntrDAUGHlERSOf i it
trig: of which the host and hostess were .. Domestic Department. .. FOR'MARSHALL. AND TAX COL' t'

KISSIMMEE I assisted. by Mrs Carr Mrs.' Crawford, Mrs. J. L.. ,Kloos., St., Cloud{ ,\ grape > LECTOR. candidate I
Mies Crawford, Mrs; E. G. Vans Agnew..Mrs. jelly, first, : THEjCONFEDERACyWILL in announcing myself a ,

Van -del'---i4"l'M'h-Jd j, Mrs Agnes. Livermore,' St. Cloud r TOJWUNEFrom before the city white primary for the
I D, Clark;' Miss Hamilton Mies Mildred canned poaches, first. 1Mra. I HOLD THEIR ANNUAL.'R&. office of marshal, and tax collector of
', Lee, Miss. Vivian Lee Miss Bay,,Mrs. ,Agnes Llvermore-St., Cloud, I 'UNION IN, KISSMMEE SOME Kissimmee, I desire to say I that if
Hqlee, Miss' Bolce Mrs. Norton, Mrs' canned. pe.I'II.'lIreL':' 'TIME. DURING THE elected I will fill,the position without

: Arid 'Enjoy Hospitality of \ Savers, J, P. dark, A. Van der Mrs. Agnes Livermore,' St. Cloud, Away Off Icy Canada ; YEAR. % fear or favor toward any class of citizens ,
Meersch, W. J. S. Carr; FrankVani canned Catley guavas, first and wilt uphold the law in every

Agnew, Mr. Thompson and Mr. Jen' 'Mrs. V.: C. Lennox, St. Cloud, .can That nobleband of women, God Instance, having no' enemies' to

'J,- kins. tied pineapples, first. To Sunny Florida I II. bless them, who are doing so muchto punish or friends to serve.

:j W Our Peoale j The party returned to the city.about Mrs. Nettle Blake, St.. Cloud, 'sou ease, the' of our old heroes ai FRANK W. PITTMAN.FOR .

1 l )p, m. and at once hoarded their special ; tomato pickles first they march down the road that leadsto -
- for Lakeland. Mrs. F. G. Knapp St.Cloud,watermelon the grave-the Daughters of the MARSHAL AND '

r BOAT RIDE .)S THE LAKE VISIT Those of our citizens, accompanying rind pickle, first. .. J. CORNEY COMES TO LOOK Confederacy-will hold their annual TAX COLLECTORI
t I Mrs. S. A. .Morris, St. Cloud, decorated reunion In Kisaimmee some time dur hereby announce myself as a
GROVE; AT HOl'THPORT down the lake and who AND IS SO IMPRE SED liE
: Ilhe party the the exact date not yet of marshaland
:1 of cocoanut cake, first and also< ing year, !candidate for the office
i' I AND LUNCHEON ATI'ARAUISE the hospitalities Southport honorable mention. PURCHASES PROPERTYAND having been named. I tax collector the city of Kiss

I ISLAND I I and Paradise, Island! were, and Mr.Mrs.and Mrs. C. E. Robinson Kissimmee tomb ENGAGES IN Never will our city be more honored nimrnee, subject to the white priq ;
C. A (Carson Cant Clay
I '. FEATURES ..OF1ylk' j Mm. honey first.Several BUSINESS. than by this band of unselfish and mary. If elected to this responsibleposition
Minnie Moore Will-
I i Johnson, sr., Kissimmee exhibits\ received loving women, and our people should I promise the people of this
i THE DAY.No Jno. !M. Lee, P. A. Vans Agnew,,
won and will their hearts and homesto .
J first prizes\:: but names are not yet open city, where I have lived for twentyvc
I Arthur K Donegan, C. F. Johnson,.
them as they have never done be- strict attention to
available.Mrs. duty
- It is hard to tell, sometimes just years a
M !j W. B. Crawford S. L. Lupfer MildredTurville W. B.l1arri I J. F., St. Cloud centrrniece why men of mature years will close up fore. Everything we have hall be and a faithful, honest and conscientioiiK -
r ; l more distinguished party evervis- C. W. Ward MisB i first. their business affairs in locality theirs for their mission is a missionof enforcement or the laws. t
f .( a Ued Kissimmee than the one that undert ,1\1' W.VH. Makinson Dick Mak- Mrs. J. I''. BearsH St. Cloud parasol where they have been closely identified love and mercy, seeking to) placein J. J. DANN. t
rived here on Monday morning inloon. Miss Dot Makinson, Peter lIar- |, first. history the truthful story of the Ipd.
I of Mr. J. G. White,, Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Wagner, move to parts afar. Another
chaperonage ten"trin. heroism of the south's and
men wom- MARSHAL AND
i Alias Ethel Burtner St. Cloud, embroidered strangeness in the course of life is roe 1
head of the Southern Utilities company in- Misx Donegan, ,] table cover first why men select. certain quarters of en during the lamentable days of '(il I TAX COLLECTOR

;' which has many holdings I "Tlievisitors, without exception, expressed 'I Mrs! C. Sims St. Cloud crocheted the globe in which to renew.their life to '65. 1 1 I hereby! announce myself as a cajj- rv.'

t I? Florida. ,, I themselves as deeply grateful yoke, first.. long avocations or change entirely to I We want these women to come to didatc for the office of marshal and ''
The party numbered 1w"nl.I1" for the magnificent reception given Us we want to cast roses in their of Kissimmee "
<' social and Mr, Kettle Blake, St. Cloud point some other business pursuit.A ; tax collector of the City -
V ,i;' and represented the highc-sl and I them l h3'> our people, and were profuse lace cpllar, first wise man once remarked that path and fill their hearts with love; subject to the action 'of the.,
business life of t the great eastern then declarations that Kissimmee we want to tell them what a grand and the white
of the state ifl Mrs. A. Livingston, St. Cloud bead "there is a time in Uje\ affairs of man i white primary. In asking
northern citieH. The tour rah one of the most. charming cities naoklace. first. that leads to fortune." He may also glorious work they are doin we voters of this city for their support
.f is being made in a special' \ 1 tram York of I they ever visited. I It is more than Mrs. C. F. Coble St. Cloud woven have said that "fortune knocketh at I want the opportunity to show them all I pledge myself to faithfully performthe

:\ "ix-Pullmans, Which left New prn'huble I that k number of the party counterpane, first. everyman's door once." i'our people love and revere them, and duties of the office and to enforceall

on Friday, the 20th, and the itniviuryincluded I will deride to make our city their win- I Mrs, Hoppe, St. Cloud crocheted However, to get down to present day will protect them against all the lawn on thq statute\ book to the

i ,I'. Philadelphia, Washington ter home in the future, as here they I baby shoes, first. statements of fact. There has been I world, and we want them to come be- best of my ability and without re-
+ Jacksonville\ ((2IHt), St Augustine(21st find everything dear to the tour- : I cause their coming will make UK all
t ), I ran Mrs. J .R. Conn St. Cloud, corona- more or less talk and criticism in the gard to whom they affect
"vt: and 22d), HUmmimi.Mil( health, and happiness glad and happy.
i..ldlmate. sport
Fort I I tion braid (centerpiece first. press of late about the methods em- I pd. ,
Lakeland Gorda ((2d:: )
Punta I '
; lie' Miss' Madeline Hill Narcoossee, ployed by the Canadian government
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Bradcntown ((25th: )
M Petersburg( ), I -- ':i crocheted counterpane, first. immigration representatives in the : AnnouncementFOR FOR MARSHAL AND TAX COL-

f si St. ((25th ), Tarpon Spring I Miss, Ruby Ellis, Kiosimnice! crocheted United States to induce Americans to LECTOR.I .
\ 26th), Sanford ((27)), FillKmere ((28th:! ). first. to the Canadian northwest. It ---- 'I take this of announcing
jacket move means soycandidacy
i'1l 2d Palm Beach (3d(:! ). LIKE ABOU BEN ADHEM I .
Miami ( March ), arriving Mr.. D. G. Wagner, Kissimmee, is true that thousands of good Amer- MAYOR.I for the office of marshal
and thence to New York, of{ head handbag, tirst. icans have packed up and gone to the hereby announce myself ai a can- and tax collector of the city of Kis-
V there at 2:31:: on the afternoon !Mrs. W. J. Sears Kiasimmee crocheted prairies of the north but what is didate for the office of Mayor of Kis- simmee, subject to the will of the voters

March 8th. included. I OSGEOLA COUNTY dress (forty years old), honorable found in the immigration literatrue as simmee subject, of course, to Uw at the white primary. If electedto
of the : action of the Democratic white
members party pri-
I 1 I
K ; (Chester mention. to how those people are progressing this responsible position promiseto
West -
) 'i George Achelis, banker. and Gen. Mrs. Nettie Blake. St. Cloud speci- as a whole Very little. Canadian i mary. II. R. MAY. faithfully enforce all laws on the

i Pa.; H. C Adams Utilities, V.Co.P., Jackson- i LEADS ALL THE REST i I men point lace first. immigration literature tells of all the MAYOR.I statute books to the best of my ability,
t Mgr., Southern brok -, Narcoossee, point lace handkerchief successes and enlarges upon them, but without fear or favor toward any class
cotton .
I -vifle"! ; Dr. S. S. Beardnley Battles first. not a word is said of the failures or hereby announce myself as a, can- of citizens and in this connection I
1 Sew Frank Battles I didate for the office of of Kis-
t J er, York; -, Kissimmee, tatting shirtwaist of the actual hardships that are en- Mayor wish to state that all ordinances, how-
r' ''41,1 & Co., bankers Philadelphia; ,: (Continued from page One.) ihibitti simmee subject to the action of the
: in soul
Wm 1 I first. countered keeping body and ever they may be read will be en-
i :' Frank Battles, Philadelphia; Cald- of products from -, Kinsimmee! braMndle.! together through such a winter as white primary, and ask the supportof forced and violators arrested. It is

v >1 Bray, Oshkosh Continental Wis.; Geo.and CommVr-B. I KisHimmeo! agricultural prairie., stick, first. the present. It is only through pri- the white voters.D.. not for me to say whether the law is
A )".' '1\\' well, V. P., bank Chicago; Kmsimmee Fish company, for live I, Iland-painted. China. vate correspondence between those of good or bad-it will be my duty to
,, '. cial Trust and Savings Miss Cald- fish. Miss Frances Bay Kissimmee, the north and those of the south that enforce it. On those grounds I ask
'. Geo. B. Caldwell Chicago; Narroossce Townsite for punch bowl first. positive knowledge is obtained. i FOR MAYOR.At votes of the white men of Kissimmee.
Paul Cleveland company the of
: well Chicago; Jno'l I I[ demonstration.Wm. I Miss Frances Bay, Kissimmee. Lank In Kissimmee we have a Canadian earnest solicitation my I W. C COBB.
.\ Burnham & Co., bankers ; turpentine I jelly dish, first. who knew from actual observationjust many friends I hereby announce myself
Lewis Lang, Kissimmee, for
t>' Mrs. Paul Cleveland, Chicago; Henry Sec I, tanned deer, alligator and snake skins I Miss Frances Bay Kissimmee, what opportunities any part of a candidate for mayor, subject to FOR I\nl\fUER.IIOUSJo; OF REPRESENTATIVES -
engineering the and solicit vote and
P. DuBois, secretary primary your
t tankard first. Canada can give to a willing worker.As ; STATE OF
I Corp.. New York': E&M.Co.Farnsworth, bankers and B.mounted P Mikesell rugs.St Cloud mountedcoon Miss Frances Bay Kissimmee, cake a journalist of long standing on support. GEO. F. PARKER. I FLORIDA.I .
Farnsworth :
i E. M. j plate, first. representative Canadian papers he hereby announce myself as a candidate -
1 Boston E. 'Farn worth, Jr., Boston; skin rug (forty skins). FOR MEMBER OF CITY COUNCIL.
; Mrs. Zimmerman Kissimmee best journeyed everywhere throughout the to represent Osceola county in
Va. five-
Mrs. Austin Smith Kjasimmee
Philip I
J E. Nelson Fell Warrenton. ; hereby announce myself as a candidate
in observational the house of
(collection first. country special capa- representatives of the
& Co. bankers, Philadelphia course dinner. 1 I I for member of to
Stokes city council
Fisher, Mrs. J. Stephens, St. Cloud painted cities. Some years ago he took a I Florida legislature subject to the
"_ Dr. and Mrs Tho T. Gaunt Winners of Spelling Cont at. I II I be voted for at the white primary to acr
'j\ silk pillow top, fir t. trip all through the southern states tion of the democratic voters at the
p'i ', ,,' New York; F. T. Hughes, Mississippi Mrs. I. T. I Eleanor Moseley Nellie first; Edward I Mrs. W. B. Bush St. Cloud, best on a holiday and it was whilo..on that be held March 7th, 1914.G. I June primary. S. J. TRIPLETT r
i Valley Trust So., St. Louis; Newton, second; Calkins, fourth design for china vase, first trip that the possibilities for increased F., KRIBBS.

? Hughes, St. Louis; Mr. and New Mrs.York J. T.; i and Frank Calkins fifth, all of Kissimmee. Mrs. W. B. Bush St. Cloud, landscape happiness, and the chancesfor FOR MEMBER OF CITY COUNCIL I FOR MEMBER OF THE HOUSE OF

''r Ingraham. Poet Flag first. ' taking a share in the upbuildingof I REPRESENTATIVES. STATE
director Chester hereby announce myself as a candidate -
:, Col. II. H. Gilkyson, : Pa., Seymour Cattle. Burnt Wood. the great new south presented for member of the city council OF FLORIDA:
Phoenixville, ;
( Co: Trust Co.. _G. Hyde & Sons Carson Cattle Co., Kissimmee Aberdeen Mrs. C. K. Hendricks St. Cloud, H themselves to him. He vAsnt back to subject to the action of the white Being impressed with the sincerity *
+f J. Hyde, A. Kettle, Southern I Poll Angus bull calf first prize head first. Canada and continued to eek out an primary. ROMA THOMAS. of the many people throughout the

t New York; Fred C T. I Carson Cattle Co., Kissimmee, Aberdeen Mrs. G. H. Northrop, St. Cloud panel existence as thousands of his friends county, who have urged me to become -

ti k Utilities Co., St.G.Augustine:White & ;Co.. Inc. Poll Angus heifer calf, first first. and acquaintances are doing, but all FOR MEMBER OF CITY COUNCIL. a candidate for representativein

1'' Murdock Mgr., J. Chicago; I prize. School Work. the while he was thinking of Florida. I hereby announce myself an a can- the lower house of the legislature,
.nd;enJrineenng Sec.Lyford Corp., jr.. New Lesley & Bass, Kissimmee, two two- : Miss Martha Derrickson, St. Cloud Finally he severed his Canadian con- didate for member of the city council and also being ambitious to serve the

t Mr. and Mrs. O. S.Mordock, Chicago; year grade Poll|| Angus bulls, first and I' physiology first. nections and came to Kissimmee. He subject to the action of the white primary people among whom I have been rear-

York; Mrs. C. T. Muir & Co., New I second. I' Miss Leona Derrickson St. Cloud, has told the Valley Gazette repeatedlythat A. A. TANO. I ed: I hereby announce myself as
, Edwin Muir, Jno. Southern Dr. W. W. Carson, Kissimmee, I relief map first. he first favored Kissimmee and candidate for the position of representative -
'A ,
York; S. T. McAdam.Mgr.Miss Hilde- biter Jersey bull four years old, name.1'. Floral Department. continues to boost for it because of FOR MARSHAL AND TAX COL- I from Osceola county in the

I, Utilities Co., Pensacola;N. J. W. M. I "Arab,1' 'first.: Miss Jean Caldwell, Kissimmee, its location andwhat it has done and LECTOR.I lower house of the legislature, subject

y garde Owen, Montclalrj. G. White; & Pat Johnston Kissimmee yearling I' floral design first. is doing towards becoming the busi- hereby announce myself as a candidate I I to the nomination at the June primary.

Rose, See'y and Mrs. S. heifer first Miss Jean Caldwell, KisRimmev, ness town of south Florida. He is for re-election to the office of I PAT JOHNSTON.

J- , Co.. Inc., New York; Mr. J. G. WhiteA 'Ordia Bass, Kissimmec two grade maidenhair fern first. one of the many who has grasped the I _ __------.J _ __ _-- -- ..
L.'Seldon, AssU to Pres., Sel- yearling heifers first and second. Golden Slipper Award. fact that a town situated as this at -- ,

Co., ,.New York; Miss ,Florence NewYork.J Horses. Mrs.- A. Livingston St. Cloud, bent the head of navigation, with the Immense ,
den/New York; Robert Seager lowcase lace. Awarded pair of gold. agricultural country to the
banker. Philadel- C. J. Clayton, Kissimmee, yearling
.: W, Steel ',( and trunk line railroads to the
stallion first. lid tut8OOOSO( WOolJfoloMltlpaau: south, /
& Co., ,
+ phlaj-C. A. SporTord, Speyer en kid slippers by Osceola County Fair north, is bQund to become the chief
t New..York Mrs. C. A., Spofford, New C. E. Swope, Kissimmec, best
; land stallion first. committee. substantial business center. Tourist 400 ACRES
Norfolk ,
4 i" "York; Robert Tait, capitalist, C. E..Swope Kissimmee, best Shetland towns are not to be compared any-
/Va.; Robt. Tait Norfolk Miss ; Sarah Lucy mare and colt, first.C I The Osceola County Fair managers where on earth with those of com-

Tait, Norfolk, Va.; E Swopp, Kissimmec, best Shet- wish to acknowledge the able manner mercial and agricultural activity. 4
E. C. Vaughn
Thompson, Milroy, Pa.; I land brood first.C. in which the different ladies and gentlemen Ever since coming to Kissimmee
New mare
'j an, Banco: National de V.Cuba.P.. Continental E, Swope Kinsimmoe. l best : in charge of the exhibit performed Mr. Alf W. Law has kept up a continuous FOR QUICK SALE
w 1; York; It. Van Vechten National hank land carriage marc first. Shcl"1 I their various duties aid( especially correspondence with hundreds I

)' & Commercial Chb I 1) G ,McKay Kissimmee best Florida !Mre. C. S. Cooper of St. Cloud of Canadians with whom at one
I hicagoj;, Mrs. R. Van Vechten, .- lit Ft. who was untiring in her efforts in displaying time or another he has discussed the
+ ,, cago; J.'G. White Pres., J. G. White : |pony. 'I I the products of her home advisability of doing as he has been

y & Co., {'res.. Engineering Sec.;" ('o., Kheep.H. ,i citv. doing. To jump from newspapcring AT A BARGUN
New 1 T. Bass Kissimmee, two South-I
New York; Mn. J. G. White :i The committee also feels that a special to farming is no more unusual nowadays -
i' York; J. D. White, V. P., engineering{ down rams lirst and second I II vote of thanks is due to Messrs. than the passing of a clerk to
Sea Co., New York; Mrs. J. I). White. ,I I> and Rad- of of bank.
0K. I II Sligh & Co. of Kissimmee the position manager a
New York; Fred Yard Yard, Otis & Miss Ruby Ellis Kissimmee cliffe-Codman Bros of Narcoosnec; for But the point is that here in Florida Lying along both sides of the Orlando public road,

f Taylor, bankers, Chicago; Mrs. Fred ,'I year-old Collie, name "Rex," first.t"o-I I their generous donations of citrus there is an incentive for a man to I three miles north of Kiasimmee just across the county

wM' \ Yard, Chicago. Poultry.R. fruit which was packed in such an take to farming and fruit-growing line at the end of the Marl road. Brick road will be built

', I The special icached Kissimmee delegationof at II I D. Waring, Kissimmee Buff Co- enticing manner as to attract general whereas in Canada the idea is more running one mile through the property in a few weeks.
.. L 7 a. m. and was met by a chin cock ft ist. attention. or less- repulsive.

our people and at once taken aboard R. I>, Waring, Kissimmee, White Different Canadians have come to

1 the Little for a ride upon\ our buaull-...incepa.t II Leghorn! pullets, fourth and fifth. MEET Kissimmee recently as a direct resultof $20 An Acreif f
that in times now long LAYMEN
lake, Pat Johnson, Kissimmee White Mr. Law's urging. Some came to
"fi, was the scene of many a bloody and Plymouth Rock i-dtk, first. escape the rigors of the cold and be- taken within the next thirty days.
conflict Between the pioneers White they were personal friends or
Pat Johnston Kissimmee SUNDAY AT PASTIMEMEETING cause
Seminoles ih L they" battled for I I Plymouth Rock cocks first and second. relatives. Others came and are here

!j { right to take fis om its waters and L.: Buck Kissimmee, mallard duck because they wanted to come where S. S. GRIFFIN
itsIshores. I I
kill ,the deer and a ijope along from
cock first. they would meet someone ,
\ I I L. Buck, KisMimmee mallard duck "home" that they knew or had heard
The. first landing was inade at hen first, second, third, fourth arid PARKER A FORMER tell of. Others are here with the ORLANDO, FLORIDA
Southport, the most noted of all noted I I fifth. PRESIDENT. idea of staying for no other reason

1h places in these t parts, and which ,f A. E. Thomas, Kissimmee, eagle than that Mr. Law's letters to them

? owned by that prince of men, Jno. M I coc1t fir t. I I II I There Sundayof and copies of the Valley Gazette sent
> meeting last
was no
t'' Lee, Here the visitors had. the op- I I A. E Thomas, Kissimmee, eagle them by him, helped to convince them - -- - -- -
finest the laymen at the Pastime theateron - -' -
v portunity of seeing one of the hen, first that Kissimmee is the right place.
I account of the opening of the
citrus groves in Florida, comprising Buff Cochin An instance of what continuous and
J. A. Grim> St. Cloud Chautauqua but the regular meetingwill ae its MMowaea
told their job
sixty and were 'I will
acres bantam cicker h first.J direct Insistence1 accomplish oc-
be held next Sunday. This was
was to eat all they could hold and fill ., A. Grimm. St. Ckxjid, Buff Co- the first suspension for months curred this week. A couple of years

f their pockets to overflowing. -hin bantam pullet first.Special The meeting will be led many next Sun ago Mr. L. J. Corney of St. Cathar- CM40P .U'.

\' While there and Mr. Lee standing was called in the on j Poultry Prizes>, I I day'by Judge G. F. Parker, a former, ines, Ontario, wrote to Mr. Law when m w '" ON OMI
for ,
-speech he bar- I -I. A. Grimm, St. Cloud silver medals of the union, whose well he was in Toronto asking him about 3
\ midst of his grapefruit trees mown this part of Florida. Mr. Law wrote
American Poultry association is of
throat and I given by 'vigor an assurance an
VM 'ed his head cleared his Mr. Carney just as he would any oth-
: that they i for best bird in bantam class. interesting address and there shouldbe
'told his eastern hearers' and R. D. er stranger, and-as .,consequence the
extant J. A. Grimm St. Cloud, a large attendance of men and
in the only citrus grove
atood for the first
) Waring and Pat Johnston, Kissimmee boys. two metlast Monday
{, that was planted in muck soil, that time. Mr. Corney is here with his
could one year's subscription to "Flor The work of this organization is
111 there was none better none son and ha already told the ValleyGazette
ida Grower. gradually extending and manifestly
r.. In Os better, for everything
along the sameIIInnerthetclimate J. A. Grimm, St. Cloud, and R. D. deepening and an influence for good that they came here preparedto '

r. the ufll. the tree', I Waring, Pat Johnston L. Buck and U being wielded that will be far- like KUslmmee, that they do likeIt

the' fruit and the people : A. E. Thomas, Kissimmae one year's reaching and gladdening to all con- and as the saying goes, have burn- .a_a''aapa.. TOMMY didn't have to be
the plant, ed their bridges behind them. Theyare
"Southern Fancier"IL
to cerned. It itself of
subscription proving worthy
w v and that he and all the rest of us down D. Waring, Kissimmee Cqnkey'a the hearty support it is receiving and going to make Kissimmee their Take chops from the loin of lamb: told where, to go fortrim
the original .
this was ,
believed ,that them and
here home. Mr. Corney and his son will proper
.4 and only Garden of Eden, and roup cure. is making ample returns for the salt and powdered onm':: Cover,
make oath to that ef- Pat Johnston. Kiasimmee Pratt's whole investpienL engage in the fish and produce business them twice with egg and breadcrumbs
were willing to i roup cure and have taken the premises at and fry them In deep fat THE BEST CHOPS
I i
.e' from the Chria- j
/ KISSIMMEE MASONSAT 603 Broadway, across
Afterhour spent at Southport.andwhich Agricultural. church. It is. their intention to Veal Catlet.
& &( hour the visitors stated New Eden Plantation company, ST. CLOUD tlan
( :, ,, I first. A party of'' Kissimmee Masons rater to\the demands of the public t salt We Treat The Children "
f. wa"the most pleasant of Kissimme sugar cane, Rub tha cutlets with pepper
)ot/. + blew the drove to St. Cloud Wednesday in every,particular. Whatever it.wants ll
far Captain Johnson New Eden Plantation'company, and a little chopped chive and broil: the
,-'i 10' v )i they will endeavor to supply. same a.
', }. far "fl aboard) ," and proceed. Klsslmme. cane syrup, first to install the officers o.fthe new served on a bed of mashed potato.
'whlatie that from a r
; ),;o Paradise'' Island the Island that New Eden Plantation company, lodge at St. Cloud: No. 221. Mr. Corney 'says, Pour over the cutlet. a little meltedbutter
; :/J:: :' "r\atl\: to ntll the end time in history -' Kissimmec sugar cane and product., The party comprised F. C. Bryan observation made during the week he' and lemon Juice. GROWN UPS
1)).. '' 1) ,live home of the Indian maid firsts :3. M. Hansell. L. R Farmer II., W II convinced that Kissimmee will support .

as,the alain for "warning her'whito L. E. Overstreet, Kiasimmee, cabs Boiee, J. E. Lupfer, J H. Smith Clay a well conducted: business of the ,
";'h)\1 Who waa approach oft a band of bare, first. Johnson, H N/Bratton. G. ,F; Parker' kind. He has beentin the fish business Ba *- & Ban Telephone 44 No. 117 ,:
:,.; lover t of s.u bent e, his death. i. Osceola Co. Com... Kisaimmee, eggplant J. D. Clark W.W.Caraon, N.' C. Bryan ,in large center long enough to Broadway.
1.4\( ,,Sen.,tbi.tD&Plftcent; r ol. ; and fruitful (i.. , (\r.L and Rj Thomas, and several othtra., know that, cleanliness' and. freshens ..

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