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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-

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1 '. issimmee Will'Have ./ ""' ... .,., :
. <<" ; '.. Local Audubon .
" ""'. ": Society
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1 ;'AFirst-Class Band I II I Ii i Ii "., '", I r F Organized. : --. On', "' ,'Tuesday.' .5 }r"

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4$1seimmbe, never taking a baosV Third. The outlook having been so I rI Last 'Tuesday evening a number of { -' ..+ !f,
1 as. a membership connmftteoi Mrs. J. ,
ltd step, but constantly forging to promising we have already taken step. y4f
I persons of Xiasimmeewwho are Inter- Z,.Roherson Mrs. Marian
Carson MlasY,
the front and with wide
an eye open without incurring actual expense, but I ested in t.he-protectloj\ bird 'life Lena Lord Mn. Marian
Porter Miss V
to the things that are calculated to looking: to the early organization of
\ gathered at the Chapter House tof the Joe Berta Bryan Miss EIIl.
hVjjf: hoip- In good''"fttvor' tJefore-"the the faand.-and ask that the board take of organizing Ruby ; *
an The
purpose so- followiag enrolled
'outside world, has taken another step steps at once to place the committeein I 4 ciety and a program of reading on charter mcmbers-of the society Mrs.& bt
,in the upbuilding of her fair name. a position to continue these steps to the of birds and ', t
study our duty to protect W, B. Maklnion, Mlsa L.,-J. Fling,
: With that idea in view, the Board competion. t 1
th m'.s rendered as follows: Mrs. Edward Wardin, Mr J'Z. Rob-
,of Trade of Kissirrvmee, which body is Signed by committee
I your : Reading "The Cost of a Feat.her"Mrs. arson Miss Lena Lord' Mrs: L. H. Ing
,always awake : '
to the situation
a Respectfully,
E. Lupfer. ram, Mrs. H. C. Stanford, Mrs. S. G," a I I
recent meeting decided to J. D. WOODBECK '
organize a Reading, "The Legend of the Grass- Ragsdale Mrs D. 8. Francis, Capt.D. 'I
cornet band, and the band to be owned W. A. SMITH
Book"-Mrs. 11. Ragsdale. G. Francis (honorary). J. M. Wilt- It
\yvfid, controlled by the board. J. W. PRENTIS.The .
"ShortCuttings from the Blue ST. .
a son, Mrs. J. M. Wlllson, Jr. I
"HH' The president of the board of trade report of the committee was Book"-Mrs. H, C. Stanford. '* After the enrollment of the membership I
appointed a committee of three to- ascertain unanimously accepted and they were ', Address, "The Organization and the society then adjourned to .
, : what the wish of the city in empowered to. proceed with the work Wttfk of the Audubon Society"-Mr. : meet again on the 12th day of May,r .
"regard to this matter submitted the of organizing a band. Wilson. 1 .J':

following report last Monday night: Nothing is more appreciated than Address, "How to Study Birds and '

Kissimmee, -Fla., April 13, 1914. good music and as has been said, 'I Why We'Should Know of Them"- WILL RETURN J. :
The President of the Kissimmee "Music hath charms to soothe the Mrs. Lord. ti 'y

Board of Trade. savage," end if It has such a quieting i I Following the above program, Miss HERE IN fALL 4
Dear Sir: We, the committee appointed influence as that surely it will havea Brainard was chosen temporary chair-
by you at our last meeting, pleasing effect upon the ear of the ,:! man and Mr*. E. Lupfer chosen as sec-

for the purpose of ascertaining what music lovers of our county and city. I'< : retary. AFTER DELIGHTFUL: WINTER ,4
could be done toward the organizationand Kissimmee has the talent in her This Photo shows Tremendous Flow of Water from New Artesian I Well. Upon motion it was' unanimously SPENT AT ST. CLOUD .-LEAVE .
conduct of a band, beg leave to report young people to make a band second I' It was taken before the Water was Harivevead for use. voted that an Audubon society shouldbe ,
4 and to make the recommendations to none in the state. There never wasa _._ organized in Kissimmee. H FOR NORTH., y ,
.contained herein: time when we could npt have a band - The following committee was then -
First That we have met with encouragement except foe: the fact that lack of interest appointed to draft a constitution and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brooks of UU- f :w
; from all those of whomwe and the shifting about of the moving Kissimmee's Thirsty by-laws at once, whereupon Mrs. Wilson ca, N. Y., Mr.: and Mrs. John Sum- )
have made requests, and have throng of humanity would separate ' Mrs. Ragsdale and Mrs. Stanfordwere merville of Iowa;'Mn. James Wofut of ,.
promises the larger part of the re- our'performers until the band I named and they made report Camden, N. J., and Mrs Elisabeth '
,, quisite sum of $500, wherewith to would become disorganized. There is Thousands Now. Drink which was accepted. Lannlng. Camden N. I.. who have been i ,r
commence operations. The county no other form of amusement or enter- I After the committee made report spending the winter at St. Cloud pass

commissioners have pledged us their tainment that is enjoyed by everyone I Mrs. J. M. Willson, Jr., was elected ed through Kissimmee today en route ; ',
support to the extent of 1160, and the more than good band music, and one i From New Artesian Well president for the ensuing year. to their respective homes, and while ;j
city council in a like amount, and we of our enthusiastic music lovers erect- I .. After her election the president ap- here paid the Valley; Gasette a-pleasant
do now recommend that the board of ed in the principal street pf our city I pointed the following officers: call and carried away with them a nice _. '
trade do appropriate and place to thee a few years ago a band stand and dad- First vice-president, Mrs. H. C. collection of literatu; that they may
credit of the band committee on the icat !d it to the Kissimmee band. | AMPLE WATER SUPPLY NOW AT HAND TO MEET DEMANDS OF Stanford; second vice-president. be1-able to more fully (explain to their. -j"

books of the treasurer, subject to the We are glad that this step has been-; TWENTY THOUSAND PEOPLE-NEW WELL IS 400 FEET DEEP Gay Livingston; third vice-president, friends at horn. the many beauties) i, ; !,
I tail-ofthe-eommittee.-thesum-of: $Zoo, taken and that we will without delay AND FLO.WS 1.500 GALLONS WATER PER MINUTE-rSPLENDID Mrs. W. B. Makinson; secretary, Mrs. and possibilities of the Southland. All -'1
thua making< in all, $500, which will have" a thoroughly organized and I ADDITION TO CITY'S ASSETS. 11_ F._ Unley; treasurer! Mrs. Sam were highly pleased with ,their visit '\\
"be adequate for all purposes Incidental equipped cornet band and can furnish 1 Rafrsdele but gently'whispered in the ear,of tMeditorthatnexFfeltiwk.nth.yreturs.,_ ''fA
't to the organization and operation of music whenever occasion demands and -- The following advisory' committeewas .-- :-' -,;.
the band for some time to come and when Osceola county builds her fairgrounds I That Kissimmee is building for fu- | one has to do-like everything else also appointed by the president: to spend another winter, that Kissim ,f '
a will relieve us of the necessity of soliciting and puts Dn her first annual ture needs is clearly evidenced by the I I that's good-is dig for it. Prof. R. M. Evans, Hon. C. A. Carson, mee will be their destination i '

4. contributions from the public. mid-winter fair early next year, it I completion of the new artesian well The work of putting up the large S. J. Triplett, Mrs. E. G. Vans Agnew, We bid them welcome and haft "xti'
Second. We recommend that you will not be necessary to go outside of I just finished upon the campus of the twelve-inch mains to be used for car- Mrs. S. B. Aultman, Mrs. W. 8. J. reason to believe that the opinion they J'
appoint a permanent committee to be the county to procure the music for I water and light plant, situated on the rying the water from the .mouth! of Carr. have formed of our city will never :
i known as the band committee and the occasion, as the orchestra we now lake front. w the well to the huge 80,000-gallon reservoir The following were then appointed grow I.... .-. ,t
which committee shall have full charge have and the band that is now being I The completion of this well means will be finished within a short ,
.'! : -4and direction of all affairs will be sufficient to meet
pertaining organized that Kissimmee now has at her disposal while. At present a six-inch ,pipe is
I 'to the band, and shall make regular all requirements. I nineteen hundred gallons of wa- used and the overflow is carried .
reports to the board as in the case of We doff our hat to the new Kissimmee ter per minute. The old well the firstto through a ditch into Lake Tohopekaltga. f .
'r, all standing committees. Board of Trade band. be drilled, flows four hundred gal- Important Industry .

--, -- ---,,- ,- - -- I lons and the new one just drilled fifteen The Valley Gazette again.congratu. ..
!, hundred gallons, making a combined lates the mayor and council for the ; '
capacity of the above figure. work they have done in increasing the Lacates In Kissimmee ;-
1'.1 Cigar; Factory Is Now \ II \ This gives the 'city enough water city's water supply, as its an actual t
supply to adequately meet t.he. de proof that people have.. begun to realize -
mands of twenty thousand people, aTt that we have been right in our -- ". ,
achievement very few, if any, city can contention; when we have so many --
Assured For Kissimmeel
/ ; boast of.Building. timeR -advocated "Build for the Fu- '
I : for the future is one thing ture." The board of trade has scored an- The present location ,of this foundry
e w that must- not be forgotten-pedple other victory for Kissimmee and.tbe is at Mulberry, where they have ,
r' h. -i always dell re an adequate supply of entire town should doff their hats to been operating for quite a while, but .,
I and have J. M. BYARS GROWS this splendid working body for the desiring to-. better location ,
5 ""' The latest corporation to.,.. launch' of Kissimmeef the greatest inland everything are going to it, ecure a
., thlTState of Florida? even though :they have to go elsewhere many noble things that it is doing to where there would be better access to +
; forth in the business world in Klllsill1 cities in :
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do to find adequate facilities. It .FREAK_ RADISHES build up the city. the foundry, Kisslmnvee possessed: the
'6, ''nee is the Key West Havana Cigar Everyone can something. Don'\
+ is, more economical and thousand advantages sought and ,we have ... +
& -comlnywhich haa ,just applied to you feel ,thatyou should help in the a I The.Attest development cornel .
state for charter work TVAllIY times more beneficial, to the city to through .the announcement of, the cured this splendid .industry for our-
'.,v And the I cretary the of capital'stock a of the have an< over-plus of necessities when ONE RESEMBLES\ A LOBSTER AND committee on manufacturing and new city' through the untieing-. efforts of :-

'comllny pounce to be 10,000.. The incorporators the demand for them arises than'tp THE OTHER A HUMAN 'enterprises which J. W. Prentis is the board of trade committee.

I ti. of ,the new industry are'J. D. GAZETTE have to go to work and build"them; as ..*, HAND., ,'. ,' : the chairman, that a deal has just been I The.present''pay-roll- this. plant
"VWoodbeck, W A. Smith and Mrs. Eth- they are actually needed., m. '----0 ;closed whereby the Mulberry.. Foundry -I Amounts to $400,,per week, and when ,
STS. ... el Gilbert They have.taken over the HIGHLY-HONORED With the completion the seawall About 'moSt every kind, characterand and Machine company has secured it i. thoroughly established here It will "' l
-* -7Gilbert: cigar! factory and will enlarge r which is contemplated and which is a description of vegetable has found blocks 9 and 10 adjoining the .property no doubt soon far exceed that amount. f
*p" the business, employing from twenty sure bet, Kissimmee will grow faster its way to the Valley Gazette-Office of the Kissimmee LuhYbeV company One of the special features that thiscompanywitltakeupintb.beginning
*jj ''to thirty cigarmakers daily in the output ZEPHYRHILLS BRASS BAND PAYS''' than any city in Florida and it wjll at tome time during the past five "on the Jake front in South KIs- \ .
lit' of their goods. V ITS RESPECTS THIS PAPERIN only be a few years before the present I years, but about the freakiest. freak simmee, where a general machine shop will be the manufacturing of Irrigating t wl
> abundance of water will be utilized will be opened under the! managementof plants, which will a great
y This promises to be one of the big A DELIGHTFUL I things of the whole lot are two radishes prove
1 : >'es for Kissimmee and: backed I and.another well needed. The city is that J. M. Byars presented the S. W. Moody, general manager for advantage to all that part of.this country +
rn.. "as itby such men as J. D. Wood- SERENADE.It growing-the adjacent communities editor on- Monday last. the Mulberry Foundry and Machine that lies above the. flowing well. -
t';;. heck and W. A. smith, assures: the I are growing- with the best Ond radish is about as perfect a company.Work territory and has to depend upon'irrigation -- r
T.,.;., ;public that there is no !such word as is seldom a newspaper man gets class of citizenry, who are attracted to lobster as was ever caught in a trap, will be begun at once to in. to.inure "rain in due _.."
I :. :failure written for this industry. anything btft knocks handed to him I us by the truthful as well as appeal- and the-other is almost a perfect hu- lfall the plant here and it has been and with the irrigating plants. manu t
LiT* *T" Wr. Woodbeck is at present con- that when a crowd of good fellow' ing campaign that l has been waged by man hand, with the difference that it officially announced that within three factured here it will be an easy matter
T'encted, with the Dutton-Harris{ shoe come! around and pass up a few compliments those who have themselves made good has twice too many fingers. Mr. By months or less time the plant will be to supply the increasing demand with 1
'r'', the whole force is usually 10 this county, fend who to in full operation here. out so much trouble and delay. x '
/>* ' this city, one df the most are eager ars, who is one of our successful truckers ,
off its feet and suffer, acute others do likewise. All of this .. ,5s 55
ewept an see
and substantial I usineRs firms
j reliable --- --
;, as as a landscape gardner, --- -- ----- ------ - I I
/ M t/in Wssimroee.: He l is *Jlso chairman attack of tongue paralysis. I growth gradually uses up the surplus says the radishes grew in the same I\\.,
f f .of the advertising committee of the Such an event occurred at the Val- and before one realizes it more I row with a hundred others, and had
I ...JKUsintmee Board of Trade and in ev- ley Gazette office on Monday, when additions are necessary. The council I i I I the same chance to be shapely and of Registration Books Close .l. t
I inerything; that he has undertaken since the Zephyr ills brass band, under displayed splendid )Judgment is using I good saleable size as any radish in ,!,
I '" n I* fceeameconnected. with the buil command of Adjutant-Gejieral Samuel such forethought as to have such a'I the patch, but, like some people-, pre- '
l I\ 'ness interests of Kissimmen he has I Sage and Commander U. Sig- well-drilledAt, this tine. j I(I?erred-ta act-the foot-and it'Just-the; With -1149- Names IL--r-- ,
I (\inade a brilliant success. His man- gin d; and led by N. L. Wright, which To one who comes from a region''' opposite thing: -- -- ---- -- M'
-- *. .
i ':\ier is pleasing and. easy and only to was passing through Kissimmee en where artesian wells are unknown the I I The radishes have attracted unusual - -- "! ,

I?! /-'meet him is to know him as a typical route to St. Cloud to attend the G. A. well is decidedly a wonder, To see ;''i attention, as they are certainly a curiosity. -- 1>. c
I .outhern gentleman. Although hailing R. reunion, paid*its respects by.march- such a stream of. water of i
I ." from the great state of Michigan Ing to the office! and rendering two ing continuity perpetually never-end-I I When the registration books were number. Just eight hundred and' aev- ,
r Vhe has readily ad tus\rd himself to con- beautiful selections, one of which was way from childhood's on MOTHERS' SELF-CULTURE closed Wednesday evening at I 6) o'clock enty-six will be permitted to, have a .y. ,
I "'ditlons here until he J \ to be one that grand and glorious old tune. through the harness designed by man I CLUB ENTERTAINEDThe there were only eleven hundred.. and voice In the democratic primary -of i.
I- '01'as. SfiNkI "Dixie."' kind to satisfy the thrist and suffer- fortyninevoters of Osceola county I June 2d. r
I T; Mr. Smith, who is also orifclof the The band is I composed of sixteen ing brought about by the ravages of Mothers' Self-Culture club was who had complied with the require- The tabulation of the books of the '
| 'irteorporators, is one of the Dutton- pieces, and every one is a finished heat one cannot but awe at the magnitude fntertained at the home of Mrs. R. D, ments of law and will be eligible to supervisor of registration by
L* 4 I'Harris firm and is so well known: to artist. Any town in Florida; would be of the forces that are behind Waring, Sumner street, on Friday, rote in the general election of that precincts Is as follows \ voting, '
k. ',:the older residents of Kissimmee that proud to have such a band, and the these seemingly small undertakings. April 10>, at 3:30 p. m. \ }
r: ,'H would be out of place for the Valley people of Zephyrhills are to be congratulated Kissimmee is situated directly over "Physical Care of the Child" was the -- -- -.- -Bar--

to his fine the largest and purest artesian': subject.. Quite an interesting piece Precinct. >.Prcb P .Ind.Mooe T
[ to exploit
Ga ette attempt
'i We here tender thanks to the streams be found No. t-Klntmmc. ______._____ ______ tt'i'.R._4 .bon og .. : : ',l
our to anywhere in the was read, "The Care of the Teeth 4n u. -
( -traits and good qualities before them. ____ ___ _
No.I-4Ihlolrl. Creek __ ___, 1e 1 __ __ __ 1r i ,
,file is known by one and his band for their courtesy, and assure state. The water is pronounced by all 'Relation to Health" by Mrs. J. T. No. Campbell ____ n. ________ .t __ et
sterling qualities have gone a long them that some day the occasion will who drink of it to be the purest to be i; Burkholter. Instrumental music by No. 4_ Cloud. .___uu_____ 'u_, __ 111 110 > -y __ is.. ,1 an it
present itself where It will come our found. Besides possessing unequaled i Miss Lautenslager. No. s-LxnUr _____________________--.- tl I -- -- -. .- u. .
: In building the most excellent ... __ __ -t '
| way I No. -Whlttl.No. I. t .. .f '
J. reputation and good standing that the I, way to pay the debt and ,we win with thirst-quenching qualities, it contains We receive one new member. Light 7-BaMnr _--------u-----uu-:.uunu'_ 41 I __ ._ __ __ ,_,: 4.
tofetutionlafwhich: he is practically I big Interest added. medicinal properties that is seldom ,i refreshments were served No.l k-Nmro__ _uuu.n _____: II t __ __ _. _ is y.,,
found, in raw water. The theory that : The mothers of Kissimmee who - - - -
the head ttKJr'en}o.s. I Ir I are Total __ uu.u-__ 17. IU U T II II' I 1..1
i).' 'Such men or ability, industry and PETER PAN too many artesian wells would gradujllv interested in this club are cordially .
: shrift, a.'th.... behind the enterprise I 1 destroy our Water supply died invited We meet the second and ,
Those who have neglected to take and voter1'here yars and have
a for S
: its lllllb ning, and now every authority admits fourth Friday afternoon of each
(I. sufficient' guarantee success
: i IN NEW DRESS I advantage of the opportunity to register your old certificate of registration )01&haw
that ;
,4 -from. the start, and Kissimmee there I. as much water avail- month. MRS. F. S. LEDBETTER, t
> very .
be barred that
when such able as there ever was, the only thing 1 Secretary. now, according to lIelriected.the. opportunity
vis fortunate .Indeed men as
; of elections that baa '.
any kind may come the Valley Gazette urged uponyou
., Vr'these. decide to establish industrial or WILL BE PRESENTED AT NEW UP within the next twelve months. time and again to accept, and now

;; limits.manufacturing. enterprises ',within her II GRAYSTONE CASINO ON 0000000040000..00000.0000. No matter if you bale been a citizen. :you can blame no once but yourself .. n l

." 1- Suitable; room. will be fitted up APRIL 24. --
I"aomeWhere in the business district of MAO: A NOISE.A .
.\y ,the city and work of manufacturing I The Ladies' Aid society: of the .o y4
'. ''started just a* soon as the eorpora- Christian church will give an eveningof hen ii not supposed to have much common sense. Interesting Revival Services .G

I ''tien paper are Issued and the stuck I entertainment at the New Gray- Yet every time she-lays an egg she cackle forth the fact. ,
U'vof tobece received to begin with. I i stone casino on the evening of April rooster '
hasn't.ot lot of intellect
L.MThis. fs. the second industry ,to be 24. It will be remembered that this a to show. At First Methodist church'
f eatabUahed within the past thirty days society presented>> '"Peter Pan" there But none the less*, most good roosters have enough common sense to -

iv 'in'Kisaimmee. and it, too.; Is. directly only a short tirn. 'aco and the play crow. ,

L'attributable. .to the earnest, soalous has received so much favorable com- The mul ', the most'despised J of beasts, has a persistent way .

f >work of-the committee on new 'enter- ment and also numerous requests have Of letting people know he' around J by his insistent bray.TheEusy The protracted services at the Methodist Methodist church. wbe waa fertjert?,
r l....i.Arises of our board of trade. been made for it'to be repeated, but of the Methodist church hero a
I ';*,t time that every citizen in the society will not repeat It in'its entirety bees they buzz, bulls bellow and cows moo. ehurch'wblch was begun on Easter has pastor been assisting th !:pastor,';.....J iw :

*.rKssmlmme, who',wishes. to see the city bat will add entirely new, feature :Aad watchdogs bark the ganders quack, and 'doves and pigeons coo. Sunday bas continued throughout 8. W. Lsnrler. and preaching .'ears... -'
4,grow: and 1'Oaper.ahould become eon- and 'present 'the 'play on the But man the.greatest maUeipiece. that Nature could,devise.: the week with }ncreaaed Interest., most exeeDeI1t-..1'IIIOft..'..'' f' 1.
':MetU with:that body of earnest dti'E above date at th.<' "Popular'prlce. of Will..often"stop and hesitate before bell advertise ) Beginning on.'Tuesday,', there have 'All the ehurthea are Joining ta:tta-) ?
; 1 who haft the upbuilding'of the.It 26c,' Soc and Me. .A full hone Is expected I ... i been*, servicea every: afternoon at "3 work and tt la hoped that'Much goodwill g

heart''" and .....t" both with to greet the f.ayir., when' they. I u. .. I' and -evening at 7:30 o'clock. Rev. W. -nnltroIa these_ aeries.. -ofbra. ,....-....) p

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: D. C., April 6.-Ten beet -circumstances there will always "

h pet cent..of the Florida orange crop,I be 'a .certain amount that is susceptible I "
It\; Is estimated, deco before it to the ravages of the blue ,
reaches the consumer. Since the aver mold: Moist heat is peculiarly favor-

M ace r crop is 4.000,000 to, 5,000,000 able to the spread of the diseasel) are wearing our clothes ;', '
boxes, this means an annual loss of at therefore the fruit hould never" be II ,0" I ,
Y Gar-Window# Tourist Sees )feast half a million dollar; according; packed while moigt -and__. n Artificial And Restore Our Flag To
.: to the }DOlt recent investigations, theresults I drier in which a warm air blast is circulated i
of which are published in bul- around,, the fruits seems to be I r' )
Little of This State letin 63 of the United States Depart- a necessity if Washing is resorted to; The SeasAN ARE YOU ? 2 HUfr

ment of Agriculture dealing: with the Washing, however, ,should be omitted ,1
successful. 'shipping of oranges from whenever the fruit Can be marketed '
OI'--FERS Florida. To the individual grower without it, for it is a common means ADEQUATE NAVY AND EFFICIENT y'j",
such a percentage may mean nil thedill'eren of infection, the water in the tank ,, I,
e between profit and loss for carrying spore
RICH AND POOR, THE his year's work, but, as the bulletin washing machinery tending to bruise AN END-TO WAR t i, :
f INVALID AND )points out, the matter is largely 'in his the fruit. SCARES.Washington Our clothes_ possess an indescribt: : : t ti
also the investigators find .
own hands. Careful picking and pack- "Curirlg" ,- -,..-- ,
ROBUST.There ing will reduce tha loss enormously.To to be unwise; in fact the shipping experiments D. C., April 13.Thereis I able Something whIch stamps 'em \'
thin, experiments were I showed that no advantage
prove probably no man in congress, cer-
can be no doubt but that carried on for a period of two years I was gained .by it. Where the fresh tainly no man from the Pacific northwest "HIGH CLASS." '4.
many a land and home'-seeking visitor with oranges shipped from Florida to fruit is firmly and properly placed in/ who has given more serious I as
coming to Florida for the first time, box it is to I
Washington and hold there under open the no more likely make study to the demands of commerce in
on a tour of investigation, returns to market conditions for a period of three I a "slack pack" than the cured. On I the of improved waterways than
the north very pessimistic\ as to Florida week Each shipment consisted of the other hand. the delay, especially in 'Representative way William E. Humphrey I WHEN YOU BUY a garment of :
being a worthy of his endeavors. humid weather greatly increases r
country six boxes, two handled entirely under warm, Of the state of Washington. .
If he has depended for information the direction of the investigators, two the' chan M for the infectionof that '
-4 to Views from the car win picked in the" regular commercial way, bruises and cuts, nnd thus facilitates During ,the long drawn out debateon jus, you make an investment
dow it must be confessed that he has nut graded and packed with specialcare decay before shipment and in the river and harbor appropriation dividend of
seen little to reassure him-for we all and two taken at random from transit. bill, Mr. Humphrey, as the ranking will yield you a daily
know that the railroads do. not always I the ordinary run of shipments. The For after all, the important thingis minority member of the rivers and '
pass through the best country.He following table shown the results of the packing of undamaged (rull. If I hailiors committee, had to bear a great satisfaction.
I has thus very naturally become this investigation, the different percentage this is successfully .accomplished the deal of the fighting and he showed abroad ;i

9 imbued with the idea that "Floida is I of decay at the end of the loss from decay can be relied upon ,, and comprehensive knowledgeof
1 nothing but sand." Sand that has few three weeks being particularly impressive. to offset the, damage done by muchan- I his subject that, to say the l least, the best---
Y if any redeeming qualities. If he is I Ice! injuries: was! refreshing. i. First impressions are ;
afterward to his - Speaking of the river and harbor
ever approached as I Blue Mold )Decay.Hlue
opinion of Florida, he is sure to handout mold decay in oranges care appropriation l hill, which was used ana our clothes help you to make a

the stereotyped expression, "that I fully handled and commercially handled KISSiMMEEHAS "buffer" to postpone consideration of
all they have gpt down-there is sand." on arrival iL! Washington and the Sims' repeal-of-free-tolls bill, Mr. good impression.
i said "While the river and
If told that that sand he speaks so after holding for Three weeks; summary | Humphrey :
kyy, flippantly about is the basic ingredient I of the result.: of the two sea- ,j harbor bill i is the largest we have passed -
: the of annual river and
'. of more concrete wealth, more prosperous sons' work, 1910-11 and 1SH1-12! : i policy
and contended life little and NOVEL i harbor bills was adopted, and very
on On Arrival "' :.f. $20 $25R
$10 $15 $17
TX big farms, and that the "Land of Sunshine ATI. r 1. wiikAftti I II I I i i much more time than usual was givento ,
); < and Flowers" offers more opportunities 2 w. rkx I :, 4. ', I" N its consideration, the fact that but
1\- to the rich and the poor, the After X HHi-k* ] : 14 one amendment, changing its total appropriation '
: invalid and the robusthan any state, In securing these results no meth- was adopted, demonstrates Suit "Yo' Sef"
'iIJ .R territory or dominion on the Western ods beyond the reach of commercial WEDDINGTom tis absolute fairness to all sec-

\ hemisphere, he is very apt to retort, growers were employed. Indeed a I I tions of the country. )
; number of commercial houses secured "The amount which the bill t
u as the rube did who, upon visiting a I I'
" ," circus for the first time, after carefully results almost as satisfactory as the priates for the Pacific coast may seem !
I scrutinizing the giraffe, "all the investigators. and one packing house I | large to some, but in all my experi'l
same I believe there ain't .no sich reduced the average of decay in its I Thumb Marries Miss I! ence in the house, and
r animal." shipments from 15.S per cent in 1910-\ j my service on the rivers and harbors HCUISTANFORD CO.

e-- --The7roab1eZv2tltZti1a7t1nQ/ tan- rr. j 11 to 4,4 44viail-12. commute( have yet to hear of any

veetiga lion is that he confines his Prevention. j Jennie June serious onjcctions to a I'acltlepToje't

-. search to a too limited an area, and to I The secret the investigators' find I worthy of improvement.
f a too superficial an examination. Had lies in the prevention of blue mold.] "The Sacramento project about
he gone further and delved deeper, as I "An injured orange," they say, ) --- i which so much has. been said and writ-
Jo It were, he would have found that Flor "whether grown in California or in SIXT1-FIVE LITTLE TOTS 1'AK- I ten, while it will cost in the neighborhood -

,' ida's sand produces the finest hay and I Florida, will decay whenever the con- I Tini'ATED; IN ONE OF TilE of thirty-three millions when
t' grasses that ever produced milk and ditions for the development of blue .MOST PLEASING] ENTERTAINMENTS i 1 finally vompleted will result in one
the mold favorable. A sound orangeIn 'of the greatest reclamation works not
butter tendereat and most succulent are ,
I : ; < EVER HELD)
in the United States but in the
that rounded out good healthy condition whether only
forage ever a
pound of beef; that the finest cornever grown in California or in Fj'trida, mluhlp I IN< THIS CITY world. TJie Sacramento valley isI I LOUISVILLE&NASHVILLE I L. & '
ground through a mill and the to resist blue mold decay.V : I about 300 miles long and from twenty L. &
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finest melons and vegetables a hungry Every orange man knows blu, mold Tom Thumb and Jennie June were I to thirty miles wide. The government 111 -C= A rT.TF&ra XV T-> II .

world ever ate are grown and pro- when' he sees it. It is caused bV-the I married here Friday night in the most I Iin this instance, while improving the
, duced from this l ame sand. It might growth of a minute organism within approved of fashion. The ceremony river for navigation, will have the cooperation :
also have enlightened: him some to : the tissues of the fruit, but this organism I I took place .in the Graystone Casino, I not only of the state but of
have learned that the greatest variety I cannot penetrate the sound living; and was held under the auspices of private parties'in the work of reclamation -
jot subtropical fruits that can. be' tissue of a well-grown fruit. Before the Christian church of Kissimmee.The !I' the state paying about onefifthI ILaNI

found outside the Indies, the finest the disease can do harm, therefore., ceremony itself was preceded by+'I the cost when the undertaking is '
t'" oranges, the finest grapefruit grown there must be a break or an abrasion., many interesting incidents. All to-
"While it is true that the river andharbor
I' in. any. country or clime are produced of some kind in the skin of the or- gether, sixty-five of Kissimmee's' ,
upon, the sand lands of Florida. ange. This is why full value for the brightest children took part, ranging appropriation bill, which has

is .These sand lands have done much, crop can be obtained only by the most in ages from four to eleven. The boys I recently than passed similar the annual house bill Is' still larger it THE ATTRACTIVE[ WAY TO
r but, the: capabilities and possibilities scrupulous care in picking and pack. were all attired in evening dress of any
be remembered that
attrib- Heat and moisture-help the moldto the latest styles, while the misses must thecountry
Are yet in their infancy The ing. '
is and the demands of
if, "Otes of 'soil and climate are so wonderful -' grow in injured fruit; sound fruit wore garments of exquisite beauty. than before.It .
will withstand the most unfayorableweather' The first to arrive three are greater ever LEXINGTON ST. LOUIS INDIANAPOLIS
that no living person has yet guests were
is not the amount of the
condition. couples of those invited to the wed- {
reached a full knowledge of them- /
but the wisdom of the.
appropriation COLUMBUS BUFFALO
bat ."tothe intelligent, experiencedaJ'lllel' Like many men, the Florida orange ding. These were followed by an old which'the public)'' takes Into con CLEVELAND GRAND RAPIDS PENSACOLA _
who baa.bee1eultivating these suffers from a thin iVin. It i* easily, maid aunt of the groom who was escorted sideration. The peoble willing to MOBILE .
sand along: scientific ,methods it i* cut by the clipper In picking:, by gray- to the platform by an usher. spend'any.amount qf money so lone TOLEDO .' EVANSVILLE NEW/ ORLEAN
known that they can be made to yieldan el, twigs, thorns, and especially by the Following: these_came a first cousin: as they get valuable returns for such .
.' beyond the in field and then the grandfather-pnd-g 'and- ; -
all of other
increase in products. long stems oranges Southwest.
All Points Northwest
k>'. '''conception of man..'-- -- -" handling-and in .packing is easily: mother. Lucile Downing: then sang a expenditures.great fact must\ not'be; lost ,

: To.such :an one the question of theM bruIsed by rough washing and han- solo Two invited couples followed, sight of, one of the very first purposes Three Solid Through Trains Daily t
v ; rFl r1da"'s soil to dling.: Many growers -do- not realise and then a sister and a '
;feapabnitte pro- for improving our rivers and harbors '
Atlantic Limited Lve Jacksonville 8:15 P. M.
how delicate their is and say' bride arrived. Another old maid aunt South : ,
arisen. With him rather crop
dues has n.ver is not only the carriage of commerce I
f V r. Dixie Lve Jacksonville 8:25 P. M.
1 while their workmen pick came, after which Arthur McCown Flyer,
to how nothing
been the question *
it has a by water but the reduction of railroad
r I Route Lve Jacksonville 8:05 P. M.
and .where could he most profitably I their pockets In'sheer ignorant care- sang, "Darling, I am Growing Old. rates that will.result from this water Montgomery{ Express,
in fact become lessness. Even the scratch of a fingernail Grandfather and Grandmother June, Trains Mobile and New Orleans
market hi* product; it has : carriage. Water competition is a far Three Daily to 1
I .- the most serious problem he has ] will leave afi opening for the blue two invited couples, a. cousin of the' of
; more effective regulator freight Leave Jacksonville 8:00 A. M., 5:00 P. M. and 8:00: P. M.sAll .
had to contend with, for dire necessity mold, and all pickers and packers bride and an old maid aunt then quickly rates than statute law :
y I Is now driving him as should be forced to wear gloves. followed. Lottie Clark then 'sang place on any the books. congresscan ...: electric lighted trains with through( steel drawing-room sleepers, '
N. (" ,the best solution in distributing and There are a hundred other ways: "I Cannot Sing the Old Songs." Two "All harbors at important free reclining chair cars, and modern high-back seat coaches. '

1j + ..1ftaruting.Thl.: application of theGolden discussed in. detail in the bulletin, by more couples arrived, slowly coming cial ports should be deep commer'l L. & N. Dining Cars-:-No Better Dining Car Service.
y Rule to business marks a new Which efficient supervision can minimize down the long fr\&nA aisle!!, after which an accommodate the largest sJli{> Fast Time-Rock"Ballast-No DirWNo Dust
nlH bachelor .. f\f the
lnd'pmsperou$ era to the growers of danger to the fruit. Clippers groom arrived. for with the competition of the Pana-
tic : tike1" state. So successfully have the with rounded or blunted points should Wesley l Weidler, the --gei-I' ma canal it is probable that the big II. C. BRETNEY, Florida Passenger Agent

.,'.. citruS'frowersr, of Florida met the be supplied the pickers and inspected grandfather" Father then sang "As ships of the world will go to all our 134 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
that. new perative asso- frequently by the foreman to prevent and Mother Thumb "
h :I>*ob4 m c arrive important ports. ..
pl. :eitaions are forming: throughout the their being used when dull>r loose at followed by the minister'swife. "The merchant marine of'the Unit-
"' belt their own the ''The picking sacks shouldbe Then came the mother of the
orange' building pack- joint. ed States should be encouraged by
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their closed bride. Patsy Makinson "Prom -----u
sang '
ins houses and marlt tinJ( own designed partially any and all means which will restoreour ----- --
't' -ilk-working--together-underr .a mouths so that the oranges must be ise Me. Then came the elaboratewedding flag to the seas. 'It seems almost 4444444444444444444 ed and he is forced to live on an W
feentraliced- 'management.they 'are carefully placed and not tossed in the march. reflect that .. 4
I unnecessary to --phrase --- come actually earned Jfey. his own :'ef.
t 'byirlg ing:,about more uniform rates of sacks. They should also be emptied The flower girls came first bearing which has been ringing up and down "JUST EARNINGS NCAPITAL forts.
+{ 'tale,, economies! in marketing. More from the bottom in order to prevent great bouquets of flowers. came the country for half a century, but, 4 STOCK't 4 And a corporation is no different.
r ,hygienic methods In packing: and more bruises when the field boxes are filled. the preacher, Jack Simpson. perhaps, the'people will some day takeit 4 The howl that has gone up from thi
remunerative prices for their'products. The boxes should be smaller, because The four bridesmaids were followedby into their heads to put it in opera- 444 .444444444440444 railroad companies 'all over the country
'': ,II"UDder..organized efficiency new mar- small boxes can be handled more easily the maid of honor. Then the best because of an attempt on the part

,,;1 kits are Vlnf opened up to Florida's and therefore with less roughness lI1an. accompanied by the groom. The tion."With an adequate navy, that is, a At the meeting of the 'State Rail. of the government to reduce their
:products YlaV fields hitherto unexploit- than the ones now in use. The fruit ringbearer came next, followed by the fleet on both coasts and another at road Commission held in Ocala two earnings to something approaching; a
i l .. W.'1:'The Florida citrus growers now should not be permitted to project un- groom'a father, on whose arm rested Hawaii or the Philippines, and with weeks ago in the long and short,haul fair percentage on the money invested
b 'J; (tlbrink from no competition in any protected above the tops of the field the bride When these were arranged an efficient army properly distributed cases-a similar hearing to that being is only an outcropping of the Same
,t, 'Afield they chose to enter. 'Y?. well for boxes and more care hould be exer- nicely on the platform, the preacher at strategic places, we would have no held today in West Palm Beachitwas sort of wrath felt by the individual--
t L_ ,L; then tbat their day for preparation is cised'in transporting the boxes to the pronounced the words and performedthe more 'war scares.' We would not feel brought out that the SeaboardAir they have been "used" to special privileges t
l K) being taken advantage of, for with packing house. At present they fre- ring ceremony Lois-Oreretreet bound to back Olltt a national position Line railroad, which cost between and exemption and enormous
f ".t -f" <'i i the new grovel now coming: into bearing quently receive a severe jolting in then sang "Believe! Me." The little' '"once? taken, nor to attempt-lhe $8,000 and $10,000 per mile to con- revenues for so long that they view a
taken with the vast acre- transit and the driver is too often per- tots were then served with a dish of coercion of states to do the bidding ofa struct, is bfended for $65,000 per mile. reduction of their Incomes to a fair
i' of land painted out the past three mitted to make himself comfortableon ice cream each as they sat upon the foreign country. Truly the growth of property valuesin amount as calamitous.
rage grapefruit, Flor-, top of the fruit. platform. Howard Cook and Esther Florida] passeth all understanding!
't: :7UrtI to harbors constitute of the Thus it has come to pass that gov-
'Ida .. .. IedHnthe not far distant Precautions in the Packing House. Gold sang, "That's How I Need You." first"Deep steps in the direction of increasing And as the supreme court of the I ernment ownership of the country's
future to.,lead all states and countries In. the packing house similar pre-- Then the twelve waiters carried away foreign commerce, building United States has ruled that a railroad transportation facilities is a near real
"J, in the production of citrus fruits. cautions are essential. The machinery the dishes. our merchant marine and providinga up company JI entitled to "just earnings ity.-Miami Metropolis.
;Tha' citrus -growers of Florida must must be as simple as possible, The little ones did themselves proud base for naval vessels such as we on its capital stock," just consider the
o '* Iecrea.edbprodu, c even if simplicity involves an -apparent each one performing his part remark- building. But tony mind leeway that is given for "earnings"on NEW DISH FOR EPICURES.
vsuth are now
mmaarketytheir waste! of space, and so designedthat ably well. The four old maids closed should of that $65,000 per milt basis! T
.tion-but they must be prepared to do the oranges are not subjected to the program with a: song. Oscar Dib- all the national projects a part a It is all of tremendous interest. Al- (From the Pall Mall Gazette.)

' '1 '110 In thv only available markets they drops at any stage. Twigs, splinters ble acted as' groorn and Firma: Tiner great policy. lowing the cost of the mile of road at "Nandu, sir? Veasir."
'ha ye-tihwheeywW'" markets ofthi* country- and rubbish of any kind should be was the bride. i "We no longer need our army on the remaining $55,000 must This promises before long to be the
t come Into competition guarded against in every possible way. Too much praise cannot be given to frontier )posts to, >rot< ct settlers from either$10,000, considerable watered commonest: phase heard in London 1, .
t Y 'with an v'ew -IncreaaiDg production The importance of such care is more each one for the excellent way in Indians and it should be shifted to stock or represent railroad property must be of clubs and restaurants. In fact, society ''
4 'fromotheratates.not'I' only, but from thoroughly realized than in former which they performed their parts. I those strategic points on our borders value than Mr. is getting ready for a run on '
ear i .Coba; PQrUi Rico/ and other islands of years. -In particular growers are discovering Besides those mentioned above, the i where' it can be quickly asesmbled even more enormous has thought it. nandu.
'y***! 'tbeWet Indies and other countries. that the pra tlse' of paying following took part: Eleanor Over- either to increase the defences at'Hawaii Nandu is not a riddle. Nandu is a
x !;: '-i' 1._ T 1IU atu1Jr"eet.this compctlf pickers by the box leads to hasty and street, Madge Rivers, Eunice Rivera, guard the Panama canal, or Have the earrings of the Seaboard bird. Its native< home is South Amer- x -
ty\\ ';t'\irtiOG*lu ?open! markets of this count careless work. When the picking Edith and Nellie Floyd, Mattie Stan- cross a border to protect American' Air Line made this value, or the development ica, where it inhabits the wide: plain

-Jj l!. for the doora of all our 'markets crews are paid by the day instead,and ford, Dorothy and Carol Makinson, interests. of the territory along its down by the southern Andes. Its other -
? t : ha' ban )) tlptly thrown open to in addition subjected to energetic and Gladys Griffin, Virginia and Geraldine] "As I represent a district with a right-of-way? What would the supreme name is .the rhea, and it is more t
!! efficient supervision, the percentage Lesley Janet Graves, Catherine Miller great, waterfront, with good harbor court consider "just" earningson like an ostrich than anything; e.e.) in
proteetlon of injured fruit, and the consequent Mamie\ Pilley Elizabeth Parker, conditions, with a large foreign ship "a mile of track that is valuable. size and shape and habits. But its

w'" Citrus fruits are percentage of decay, is much reduced. Irene Franklin' Lilly Rose Dann, Sal- ping trade, with a deep water naval enough to be mortgaged for'$65,000 present claim to fame is founded on' ..
n :ties'on to'raqnlr tbe7u7t!. 'org n- A capable foreman is. in fact, of the lie :better, May Winn. Delia Led- station, with the site for one of these "Unbusinesslike" and "absolutely the fact that it II i uncommonly good-
y+$ JrOing- .j *. ) .v_ utmost importance. Ile should not be better, Vivian Ford!, Ethel' Ro era, strategic military posts I feel that I non-applicable"? to railroad manage- to eat. y ,
woull..m. all. that ap- expected to pick himself. but should Fred Lupfer, Walter Griffin;" Clrde can speak on these subjects with a ment, however are cogitations like It is not the sort of bird which you ,
c ',;y.arraneeel.; t leaat from car window. .be reft free to watch the work of others Harris, Lucile Griffin, Janet Griffin, degree of knowledge, Perhaps I am these from'*. mere Mr. AverageMan.He Would bring to the table whole, for
tf be.. 1O..bat deco DtI" when A' really efficient man will say John Lee Bryan) Simpson, Joe Sears, situated: 'where I see the necessity of should not have such thoughts.The it would take up as much room as a "
,, 4 .nsy.t Mgbut Surda; a basic Ingr, far more oranges than he coul4'pol- George Harold' Weidler, Margarito the policies, I advocate better than reduction of freight rates would whole sheep, and: one of it* eggs Is big ;-
1 '. to aca becomes 'producer sibly pick. Duke, Elizabeth: Downing Helen an American citizen mean the" reduction of revenues" that enough to make an omelet for three i .f.

A J. .- .. .' e tJ'.; ,ip.futltor Although atriMarence Winn, R. D. Thomas, Geraldine Johnson no matter be lives, ought to see railroad, owners are "used" to and in hungry people. ' f.i;
...., to 'tuk'" tJM pula to the Catherine' -Tiller Sarah 4, Duke, it seems' to me. the advantages of that, is the entire situation. Whenan Up to the present, however nandiq JI>i<
'f. r to'prob-. ; recommendations contained In the bul Margaret Cousin, Berta Rogers, Helen great national policies which will redound individual has been "need" to collecting has:not been tasted in UWUUVU.-'l4.UV :J;1, '
; M>./or..distributeV : l letin will greatly reduce the quantity Holiday, Freda Cummings ,Dorothy to our material prosperity and rents off of property that was first thing M do when,preparing:i the 'pm

,, Rs..e .| 1 'product.. of bruised and cot fruit that finds luway. Bullock*.' Marion\Grave*,> Mrm. EL R. insure our position! .among: the (nation ,- only his "in trait" he feels aggrievedand bird for tale table I. to lard it, *; '
!t! .. !: ; ,into,,the packed_boxes,.under the .Dale presided .tat'\M-p1> / ofA" :'--""'F?--:' *of the world.e.;-.; .Indignant, when the trust Is end- and t thickly with fat pork., 5nT'
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ARE CONDUCIVE TO A dissolve the acids of per ipration and matter Jx: you-nothing Jo comparatively ONLY TWO DAYS AT
remove -them more quickly and thoroughly nothing. You can. me a great Four MYEhS.
r SPIRIT OF GODLINESS. than water alone can do. favor my getting hanged at- 11 a. m.,

.; WHEN AND HOW The essential Jiterence8 r.ciween in time to get the story into my paper. Vice-President Marshall has had to, "-

1 TO BATHE. the numerous' varieties of soap are in 'To show you I appreciate what shorten his visit to Florida. 'At first .. 4I .

N ...--- their relative percentages of available you are going 'to do for me, Black, Iwill 1 he had intended remaining In the state
'bathe alkali. Too much of this will nttactt' buy you a new suit to be buriedIn
To bathe or riot to about ten days, but it is supposed the I
the skin itself, eating it and removing and 111 write a fine tory of the probability of the tolls exemption bill', ,
/ *. cOf course, we all thought that mattof'.rl1ad not only the" dirt hut the epidermisthe .hanging that will reflect credit upon coming in the senate next 'week' I .
long up
J been settled definitely while the Herald will make the
/ outer thin covering--if allowedto ,
when the old Romans spent big you forces- him to. return earlier than exipected. -
ago, remain long. And there U almostas hanging 'disgraceful and print :
fortunes in building their bathing in that 'will hurt the I Citrus Growers
:i. much difference between the skins the story a way This has necesitated a slight changein
a places or marble, surrounding them and of individuals as between the expres- feelings of your friends. I'll) even the of the first day's session
', with every luxury imaginable, faces. Some skins write story right here and let you program
sions of their may my
; a kind of social I of the press association. Mr: Our new Spring Citrus Book,entitled BE ON TIME is now ready.
made their bathing be able to withstand sapolio and even read it before the Hanging Be a good I
"I;i ] function, inviting in the neighbors and pumice stone with little apparent effect fellow now and do this little favor for I Marshall will be taken up the river I It tells what fertilizer to. use;, how much, when to apply, and many I
second will member-
'1 spending hours at the entertainment. while others would be made sore : me, and I'll appreciate it atS long as I ship of the day, as association.If Other valuable points on groVe management.Send .
been questioned
!w But it seems to have eminent medical authorities I by excessive use of the most daintyof live." it is found that the trip throughthe for copy and! also for our leaflets Acid Soils and LI net tIts
recently by some baths of "And do know. Monahan declared"that ,
For the you
toilet very
writing in their journals, soaps.the allowableis fcUow. Flanigan. actually lake cannot be, taken, the vice- Forms and Effects.WILSON . I .
babies only soap -
young will doubtless return'
I ,
whether or not the average man and low in its content of al talked Black into it, got the sheriff to president '
one very Lakeland and attend
bathe too frequently, whether [ have the execution early by Saturday night & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.Manufacturers. -
woman kali. And so the kind of soap to be agree; to the state bankers' convention, leaving, .
'+ they should take a cold plunge or used safely is a thing to be determinedby I promising to support him for reelection Lakeland Sunday morning for Wash .of Ideal Fertilizers, I
shower or a hot bath; whether they each person, according to the tex- 'I and took Black out in the courtyard -
should use soaps or not, and if so, what ture of skin. Experiment with various and stretched him at 11:30. ington. JACKSONVILLE FLA. yY.9
I The is of 'letter
following a
Mi bathe im- copy
safe to
{ it is
kind whether .1
; will determine
kinds eventually Hard News to Get.
received Col.T. :
by Appleyard, secretary
' mediately before or immediately ___. ._-_.
the variety adapted to his use. wreck of the Atlantic, Florida association I - -
indeed the whole subject "I covered the -of the Press -' ,
hearty -have been upset and The use of the bath is consideredhere I which struck a rock and went'down off from Mr. Mark Thistlewaite, I .5 PS
z seem settled again for the entirely as a sanitary matter. No the coast of Nova Scotia in November, Isecretary of the vicepresident."The .
must be over reference is intended to its cuprtive '1871 with loss of 838 live Only Vice-PresidenOs; Chamber
of those' who are disturb a ,, I
t1M satisfaction value in the treatment of fevers or as ,
)\ learned discussion of thee two papers sent a man on the story. Washington, April G.-Dear Colonel: :
'! 4 s ed by' the a stimulative for weakened conditions, We had to get our news, and then ] The vice-president finds that he will I
of and physicians have found large uses come into Halifax, 200 miles, to send ,i have to shorten his visit to Florida. It t a
dpv It is a matter about which each fixed for it under such circumstances. it, and a portion was wired from Portland I will be necessary for him to be back inWashington b ,
us is quite likely to have rather The probability is small that the Me., but the main account was not later than Monday I

- views and probably most of us con-absolute average Kloridinn abuses the bath, mailed. None of the details of the I April 27. He recalls that the commits_Il l 6UPEfi101't-SERVICE- __ i '

yiHor: bathing "next to eatingan-and for- eiifierTrr "winter, at ]least wreck reached type for a week after: : tee in urging' visit Florida,uf---II --
necessity hygienically not by overindulgence. 'The bathroom the bare fact the I COU 'REATMEHT'
from Fort
I note the casualty except gested a water route Myers I ,, i
1 comfort. 'Yet it is remarkable to is as much a necessity as the diningroom ship had foundered. through Lake Okeechobee to the east I
the splendid physical condition of some in the Florida- home. Cleanlinessis He wonders this, would ,
the negro "About 1874 the Black Hills gold coast. why "
healthfulness and
individuals particularly'among essential to
who not be advisable. !
excitement broke out. A priest
whose record for bathingis are conducive to a spirit of godliness, r.h .
race I famous the Sioux Indians "lie will leave here on the 21st and
was among
blank The proverbial has credited Florida :
absolute of which no one ;.
an be in JackBonvifel the 22d from
had often
lived with them asserted on
__ antiDar. and
h L tro have an with than its due !
small Uoy water-cold appear a w water n at any I having:. _more _ shate. when he felt it was safe, that noon until 9:30: p. m.'and reach Fort ,

t athy for chosen bathing season he could lead the white man to a I Myers on the 23d. lie can grant only PROSPEROUSAND

rate-and his middle of September,, mountain of gold in the Black Hills the remaining days of that week, Fri. '

t closes about the hole" becomes NEWSPAPER' lie was father de Smith and a townis day and Saturday."It .
l"' when the old 'swimming comfort. named for him up there now. Many occurs to him that perhaps the HAPPY fl ,
r! too chilly bathing an important doubled his statements, even thoughhe water route through the- lake might
< of :
!!. But the matter in warmer climates were a priest, but later event permit of a stop..-at Palm Beach or pet
one, especially the truth of his de laration. Miami or both, and yet enable him to e
like that of Florida, and, stranXe' proved ARE THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE ACCOUNTS WITH
be much WORK OF.LONG He knew where the told was. I went leave Saturday night for Washington. '
.t it seem, the bath may .1 THE CITIZENS BANK OF KISSIMMEE. '
as may used or neglectedwith ( . into the hills at with a This ought to get him back here not
abused, wrongly 'bull team' of oxen. I look harder later than Monday noon which is important -
the result of serious physical THERE'S THE CONSTANT INCENTIVE OF FINANCIAL
most of the time for poker Your kindly consideration of
f than I did for gold. I found this 'revision will oblige "
'The of the bath is toIJI. AGO game : PROGRESS THAT ENABLES THEM TO
: primary use much of the former and little of the "Very truly +
L. secure cleanliness, to remove from the iater. "MARK THISTLEWAITE., BUILD WELL FOR FUTURE REQUIREMENTS. ;

surface of the accumulations Tries Politics "Secretary. YOUR ACCOUNT IS INVITED: -' w,
brought out through i
of refuse matter "To T. J. Appleyard, Tallahassee,
| ii- the Perspiration contains a considerable "By this time I decided to go to an- Fla." i r
> pores. .
percentage of. solid matter, other state where my father had mcv-. The for the first / i, "
f which remains on the skin while themoi'ature Told By Veteran of HalfBADLY1S000PED1ONCE' ed., I engaged in the land business and Fort Myers program)has been changed day to tae at FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON SAV- r

is evaporated or is absorbed got into politics, and-was elected for Q rI

i by time )'clothing This solid, matter r se"en.terms to the legislature. In following 2 to 8 P. M. Lunch.: ** Itt INGS ACCOUNTS. I >

lOOn becomes offensive and according Century's$ Work1 i the meantime learned to be an expertat 3 to 6 P. M.-:--Sightseeing; a + :

to some authorities Is taken; back'into ,. ,. drawing' abstract of titles, studied 8 to P. M. Dinner... 1d
7:30 ,
. .
Arthur P. K.
bar. I : Wcaver
admitted to the ,
by r' Doneg-an
; ,the body if not trequently"moved last and got 7:30 to 8:30 P. M..-Welcome by 't
-i bathing and it may produce a' Blow [ WHEN married and reared two' boys. Both president board of trade and're- -. Prcsideot. Cacbicr.INTEREST .
'The become clogged are now-In the navr;-haring Inherited | ii; ,. ,
ty; poisoning.- pores RIVAL INDUCED SHERIFF TOHANG' sponse by Hon., Robert McNamee for "
and their natural function is disturbed.The ,' I suppose, something of my love the association. t ; .c.... -_Oil .r .. r, ',
is matterof r MAN THREE HOURS of of Later, my $I.; ..tit of't; '""" ) .r.f . ,. .; ,, "v.
,- nee of the cold a a change scenery.' 8 to 9 P. M.-Address of Vice.Pres-
tendency of AHEAD OF 'TIME.I wife died and although I was making .4
individual choice. The I '
u ident Thomas R. Marshall who will ,
a bath of a temperature very much money, I pulled up and went east onco be introduced by Hon. W. A. Russell,
:lower than that'of the body is to drive I Soldier of fortune and- philosopher,' more. I worked as an abstractor in president of the Florida Press asso '0; 4t"
t, t 1 the blood from the surface and to. produce nomad, newspaper man, prospector, New York, but got the South American ciation. .. 1, ,i

congestion in the internal organs, politician'and pioneer, sailor, solicitor fever and sailed as super-cargo . 9 to 9:30: P. M.-Entertainment by ,
the heart, liver, kings or- brain. If, and student, Michael Monahan sits to- of a fruit steamer. I remained there club ladies of Fort Myers. ri.v1rMY

r however, the condition of the circulatory day in his little .office in Minneapolisand for a few years and came back west 9:30 to 10:30 P. M.-General recep-
system Is such that the heart in idle moments thinks back overa and spent a couple of years' in the tion to Vice-President and Mrs. r Z

is-able to force the blood back to the life of sixty years of thrills and adventurer Texas. oil fields. Then I drifted to Thomas R. Marshall. NoR 1 '
surface and to produce a healthful I Few men have crowded into Minneapolis. If it Is impossible to go through the

glow the result is invigorating, stimulating three score of years as much as has lake to the east _coast, as originally r n 1 r ,

; the heart action, *and cannot. Michael' Monahan."I .intended, then it is one of the probaJ L
but be beneficial. broke into the newspaper gamein >ilitles\ that Vice-President Marshall
But as every individual is not possessed 1870," said the white mustached will Jfo up to Lakeland Saturday night, i t t

of such strong heart action the old gentleman"in the little town of RIVAL remaining here until Sunday.morning',

cold bath is not a safe indulgence'SOTall. Utica, N. Y., and for a few years was when he will returnrto: ; "Washington.

If the result is not a prompt re- at the same time the city editor, local SCENES OP SEA He may be induced talk to the state
of blood to the surface, a dan- morning '
faction staff and telegraph editor of a bankers. ti 1
gerous congestion. may be- the alternajrveF paper all combined. -.,. The rates, to Fort Myers are about 1 ry

; affect of the- hot "I was" born "In" Ii western" town :- -f\eaCScott, ;iiLook: at this, one-oneandanefonrelntrrmilsa- ,
''I ,, The physiological of I lished in last Sunday's and
where father.'was.a man some papers
the blood to the surface my taken from the New York Herald, and 'r
is to draw .'
bath circumstance. I got my education in where station is not given then-pur* Thq ,
J and away from which the makes brain,exertion producing -- the University of Notre Dame, in .In- then get ready to welcome the fair chase regular ticket to station given KERNELS OF PORK t

a lassitude the,brain diana. But deep in my blood from sisters to the state, says the Jackson- and buy to Fort Myers from point Above Remarks 'y
of the body or
I either infancy had been the wanderlust, andI ville they named. The rates as published apply
conditions Metropolis. Perhaps may
until normal
effort, Cut learn meat from a
decided sparerib
a started nomadic farcer early. I to everybody under the state law and
are restored. Therefore, the hot my steamboat into St. Paul at be induced to give a pajama promenade -! Fort Myers wants all Florida to come of pork. But In three-fourths- -

;_ "i Jttath should never, be taken by the: the Individual the piloted close a of the war, and then drifted aboard ship as they sail up the and see her at this or any other time. inch allvea; sprinkle with' Ano! Refer ExclusivelyTo .
in -
,- health morning In
in normal cook a hot frying-pan. Re-
east. I got this newspaper,Job merely St. John's into our fair land and the tr
/ when the-day's work is before move to'a hot platter and ,.ur- .
because it was a job and something sheets then be properly tab- -
him. The proper time'is just before dope can round with neat made from _Yo j
retiring, when will 'be encouraged I to do, but-the work came easy and I ulated. Look at this: Notice is hereby given that the reg ory potatoes and nil nest wltb ,
resulting "tired" eondi- liked it and remained. istration books for Osceola county creained sliver skins
by the "Frits Waerendorfer of- Vienna, a ; Meat Bought "e"re'
desirable "One Man" Paper. will be opened at store Jn Kissim- k
tion. -The 'cloth bath is not so decorative artist, was a passenger onboard my with parsley.RULL '
r.- at eight as .in the morning for. "Those were the day. when a paper the Kaiserin Auft'Uste Victoria men on March 15th, as required. by .

i the same reason's.THe had but one man. He did of the Hamburg-American Line, arriving law and will close April 25th.124t ; ,

relation of the bath to mealtime often setting his own yesterday. He was accompanied C. W. GRIFFIN, '
is.Mt generallywell: 'understood. ing to 'kick' the press. My everything'l by two models, the Misses Frieda Supervisor of Registration. BASS MARKET Phone 189, 3O4 Broadway r

: The function .of digestion draws the the Utica HeraldWe had Lague and Gabi Moeschell, both of
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'f' tt 1 of the physical system to the position sheet an evening publication Vienna.
stomach.. Whatever may Interferer ,* called the .Ob eryer. The rivalry in 000000000000.0.0000010000.fOR .
"The young women, it was said,
.j It wasn'teithef
of the inten f
normal attraction those days was !
'1'with\ the the
caused much interest on .board by
'. toward the stomach at such time for one editor reporter to
blood attractive costumes It
they wore. was
of arrest the process of be on speaking terms with ",ny'other
will Interrupt SALEFor
; with such craft in the same town not em- said they wore' pink pajamas on ani&htly n0L.i
Any interference of the
i ;-digestion. promenade the deck detracting
on -
i blood circulation or its attraction to- nothing on his paper. We stopped at from the sky -and water D. G. WflGHER iKSUReHCE

.ward the skin surface may: produce to get news. I managed but to :' scenes. In the daytime it was said the sale or exchange for Kle- .. .
the individual Isr held endand get my share
Unless my
1'<- such result. womeq wore attractive costumes Immee property either vacant "
; Lsufficiently' vigorous to resist or toe once I recall being badly scooped. young, but of masculine design. These or Improved, restaurant doing SBCCCSMT to Artier E. DOB.(U AftBcy .
named .rood buelneie beet location In
all-over bath the Observer was a chap ;
his "On
overcome this1 effect, has plausible sort of fellow included soft shirts. waistcoats skirts an excellent little city. Roam No. 9 Secona floor Gtize Beak BwlJiif. fk... 24t r _
_> should not be taken digestion Jim Flanigan, a resourceful. with pockets on the side and fe't' hats. .

'r' ., so far been accomplished that the I quick-witted 'and and When Miss Lague came ashore her For sale-* fine suburban
, be safely divertedhosts Like myself, he was an Irishman,
blood energy__ may__. __ costume included a green waistcoat of home of twenty acre. about one* General Insurance .Business.
-* -*: >> under" between us bad blood had existed from half- e>f same being; one celeryland representing the stroaf eat aa4 most
:Enorms;:: ana conditions UIK i III-of" bQdu'diit; b.1: the start A man named Black was to shirt startling and hove brown, a cravat white felt hat, soft and ,term.balance reasonable.fruit land. Prlc." Reliable companies. '

D byatraordiriarydemands upon the ; be hanged in Watertown, then a small
.circulator system. Therefore{ don't .place; a few miles away.the time The for sheriff the,,. -"The their young reported women nocturnal would not parades discuss A five room* bo .. In excellent We. will continue 4he Business.of the Arthur B. Doaecam Agwey ,-'
hour before dinner nor had fixed 8 p. m. as ,
within an condition on rood etrete and the
U- bathe two hours after. hanging All of which made me'grin/JI in boudoir attire.. However they be.t of neighbors. without thanf e-Tour patreiaag.1. reapectf aDy ..lid'''. ,

; I within often should we bathe Often I complacently it would be too late agreed to discus art T;>ey said they] .,

t How tokeep clean. A plunge o* for'the afternoon men to get the story had given up decorative: art for the 'An excellent farm on which Is ,

.' ..enough In the morning.with. a tem. I "Flanigan; went to' Watertown ,.on time being. All their knowledge of 2 a fine -yonnsr trove. new bou_ ... ,..
:, shower hunted the the fiaer arts, they said, they Intend. Z deep well, to fact everything that
-adapted to the physical conSSonrof. the day of the'hanging, op .xo.l'eat '.,
In the
I'jom q+
j .the Individual; and a spoiig-) sheriff" got 'into the jail,,I and .bad ed to put into farming They are Interested (:, farm. For Information J. We" ThompsonFUNERAL'DIRECTOR i. k
.t. farm
at DJ&ht'ctI= not ueeslli'H, and,wa talk: with Black "' in an-experimental the I gHfCHESTERS PIlLS.i. .
oft .. )laa'a Favsr. Fellsmere 1 estates' near'Jacksonville, f
; health with. one ,good Asks .Cade' ,,
:"JftBl washing'preserve each'day: :; ,. 'Now Black.he aald.'aiYIDC"IUIIt.a.dp Fla.,' they'said, when,they' "Intend" -togo Ak. Mr*. Summer* ,. %. ' ad .... t>1>:' ., c..!..:..:.
14 1" the waiid'ov i*..bit]*Urery ri want you to do nxr a favor. as soon as possible. : 4 ?' .*, ;,rft ,4 DlwJia'StON .,

'dt -almost,.Obrio a n.aity to . one oee*- My paper.the Observer,' is an.. fternoo ">.! We intend to devote our. >m.mod " takerI.w.Cottase .UCllBm/ : Z': .E .'
.. for sheet: and is read by talent in decorative art to-the raisingof -" .
''Si'oaa1ly' ford-eleanliness. -1Ieea1l" n ; ,; more peoplethan : .Ol ;Peanel4 'streeC, 'JroitIe '
Utica which isnt fruits .and' -' .'" "-' '
nIJ' II.pre effective tarn this Herald, vegetablesaid >one ) _10__

,that ooldwater} .; d tterof dean, much of a newspaper'arywayT Now :verything that we 1'1'0will' be simy : ' tlmr.e. .. ,; sit. CbapaL.Stewart Atia.,. ... '
up the anbjest of yott-W-W--b&Dnd'-at--8 TCim 'aBd.what.does : lovely, tort darling eat, -" . ',' J.., "- - w ; -
Bhait.bdn. allie e .
,. a.fow' l II t *t;U po.smlLr .,.. .. ..... .. ,-, ..;; ,1RTm.A. 1 ) ... "
tor.o'IO&p ,. Its I hours.more or.less. ., :, S" .. . ...... .. ,9
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{ S ,. .BETWEEN RAISING. M .. ,A STRETCH OF 'GOOD' ROAD ;AT, JACKSONVILLE I J1"ySY' I IL. I- Cow Peas! . Cow. Peas! Cow, Peas: .!.\ \ .'L i',:?'

1 ...... "H ? ... A/. _A ,< ..'........,.. .. ....,. > : 300 bushel I "
Clay.-----------------------'.- --$ per '\ .
1Af : HEN AND REUNION Irons --------.-.--.- ---.-----J;-..5-.. 3.25 per bushel I -"".-.,, 'I

Unknowns ________________________ 3.25 pet bushel ,

.. Whippoorwill ______:.___i...__-________ 3.00 per bushel II' ....,
Mixed'Peas ?_-_________:---.,___,___ 2.85 per bushel ""

: : CONSUMER FUNDS &iP Pt Velvet Beans ____u________________ 3.00 per bushel _..
V ., ...,.,i --. We pay freight on all orders for one bushel I or more at above prices.. ". ,'

t IF WANTED IN LARGE quantities we will promptly mail samples '
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4 y' There Is 'a Waste of S1 Large Amounts Came In KILGORE. SEED; COMPANY )

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Washington, 1) C., April ]0.B! .
tWeen the hen and the consumer there 'ksomillcj. Fla., April' 14 Tlxe a.
.r is a waste of $200,000,000 annually,
Jacksonville Confederate Reunion ns.socitition MEAT MARKET = ;!
or, as egg specialist of the depart realizing that the time is -
: ment of agriculture put it, "a $50,000- growing short befoic, the'date of the .t., ,
000 scramble, and $150,1000,000; useless reunion, ill redoubling) its, energies t contributions to'm.uK''" pudding und the prepare for the veterans and visitors.Indications Florida and Western Meats t-
dump scow, crematory and garbage are that the attendancewill ,
heap." .be very large and that the "re-i
4 'i Of this waste, $50,000,000 f I" held l to union will be a success in every par of all Kinds at ,, all Times {
f be due to needless breakage or eggs) in ticulai '
} transit from the next to the retailor I Raining the Fund. w e .
; The balance, $150,000,000, rcpn-M-nts. The work of raising the reunion "" 'vy" Rea'tcs --- ALSO ___ ;1
'unnecesary addling;, spoiling) and deterioration fund hall 'progressed to a point whereall < # )
of good eggs, due to )had doubt as to the ability of the reunion I '
; handling. association to .secure the neces Fresh Poultry and Eggs :
ti "The egg' as the hen lays it is invariably saiy" 'amount, if any 'doubt ever existed _
u_t' a good egg" a department of ,! \in fart, has been removed. Sill",'ihi Fresh Home Cured Meats
agriculture report on the,egg ijiduslcy, '11 ptions and cash have been coming I
t- -------nays7-but one.out of every ten eggs in ,better for the pant ten days than at t' Pure Home Made Lard
y I which she lays m broken in shipment, any other time wince the movement';
f. and three out of the remaining nine wa started Within a week it 19! confidently : M ;
p, are spoiled in transit. by bad handling. prcdirteli that the fund will Telephone 44 117 :11
t I, "Ihis means that only six out of every be in hand. Broadway
,! n ten eggs reach the producer in anything Contracts have been let for decorations '..y
I like the shape \that nature uir and lighting, tents for the Confederate ."
..J tonded."Forty. camp and for the dancing pa- :;
.I 'y per cent of our eggs arc fit vilion have been secured and the workof -- ,
.S ., .only for strong palates or for use in laying out and equipping the campIs "

,- i 0: :oratory and dump heap bills of our in Springfield Park, near the Reference Swedesboro
Jacksonville, Fla. March.-Jacksonville .and Duval : National Bank, Swedesboro, N. J. l
'I :. great cities-the unpleasant monuments business sections of the city, where county have k \,
7 to needless American waste of cool, shade can he enjoyed by the veterans greater number of mile of good streets and road than any other city and
: bj;: good food in the face of lowered food . The point of rendezvous forth county of like population in the south. The streets of Jacksonville are modern ,,
r , production and -increased population." (. parades will be nearthe camp, and well paved' thoroughfares over\ whi 4v..U will be'a pleasure for the veterans h WILLIAM RODE I'I
y_. -- --The-department Bending Its- egg the line of march 1. Kesintne'princi. and maids and sponsors to parade during the reunion In May, while I,
and poultry demonstration car through pal streets of the city. Details of the I out In the suburbs and throughout the county, miles of good roads will be I
i' \ the corn belt, and showing egg shipper ,three big parades are. now being worked I found where automobiles may be driven at high speed. There are many Commission Merchant )r,
all the little improvements in out I
,. picturesque these roads,
: spots along among palms, llveoak and holly and a
trading: and Fire Aid Plans.
egg candling packing. profusion of flowers Jacksonville and Duval alive POULTRY "
to the benefits
The farmers are being taught to keep Extensive preparations are being
of .
; their eggs in cool places, and covered madc''l>y the state committee. nurs- I good streets aria roads.A
.on the way to town. The egg-ship if'llC-I<'rvice for the American NationalRed 206 Dock St. Philadelphia Pa.
T' ping men in the country towns ares Cross to handle all of the medical A ..hd >I k

d u being urged to chill their eggs at once relief work during the Confederate t . f
', and keep them chilled until transferred Veterans' reunion here, May 6, tl )

),, ,y r to refrigerator cars. 7 and R. / n -- _____ ______ _ _ __ .
# '.' "When'farmer and country merchant It is the plan of the (committee, under n
c and' refrigerator car operator the auspices of the ConfederateReunion (
'1 get eggs fresh and keep them cold until association to establish at :wiii : "
,' they reach the refrigerator men," l least five medical relief and emergen- 2A
+ of the declare stations in of the
*gg specialists department cy various parts
l,, ; ; .c in their report on the egg indus city The stations will be in chargesof .Also 'Early Fruit .
: y e eggs can be stored anti kept experienced physicians and nurses. ( 4 S ,.
f 'tp edible for ten months." In addition to local nurses, twenty )
+ The department Is tackling the egg nurses of the American Red Cross i I __ .

11 ''y .., problem in two'practical ways-first, society will also be here. to assist in. Ir't ek
by trying to teach the farmers how tojaisetnore the work. Good Returns :1
( : eggs and bigger eggs and The mission of the relief stationswill :
: I ., .low to raise and feed pullets so they be that of rendering first aid ,
g'v'', will lay later in the fall, and by seek treatment to those people who may be k r *.. ;i
/l 'f" ing-to improve methods of marketing injured or suddenly taken ill. Such ..L n'c \Apply an IDEAL brand EARLY and supply the demand for early fruit.
the I crop.;; cases will be taken to'the nearest eta
I." s -A great reduction in the'present loss tion, and should the nature of the'case I :

: ." Jn marketing eggs is Demised by the be serious, the patient will be Imme S IDEAL FERTILIZERS produce fruit with thin peel, little rag,.delightful I..1ayorkaad ,
:i . departments. through jts campaign. tat. dlately sent to a hospital or to some [ rood shippiaf qualities, t''f'
l1.':' : .' education .. ] placet where the most careful treatment .
1" '. ",iThddepartment'of: agriculture has I may be obtained. 1
r :; ,..i :5uat'tssued'Abulletin, "Lessons for It Is known that with the city( crowded Send for our Free Citrus Book, entitled "Effects of Summer Fertilizia: ,."
: :.if' 1 American Potato Gerr to the utmost, the importance of] : I
,"* tmantJSxpsrlence,** and giveat e ruch a work is by no means small. .
t N' pages"ot"facts and figures to show On the contrary the establishment of It five descriptions. of formulas to be used and 'suggestions for
c that the subjects of the Kaiser know such stations and the presence .f the applying. ,
more about Irish potatoes than the I lied: CIORS workers Is a powerCul safeguard ] S ,
men of the"Ould Sod" who are cred- to the lives of the aged and in--
";, fled with inventing them. In in veterans [
Wilson 6c Toomer
0 Fertilizer
{'c To begin with, Germany plants -
K I '8,000,000 potatoes every year J PASTOK CALLED.At .
"n" ., to-thi country: 3,500,000. And in the i Jacksonville, Florida
I'- Vat rland they gather 202.5 bushels a congregational meeting at the r-
r T>*r-.Cre to 96.2 bushels per acre here Presbyterian church Sunday, which Local Agents: Waters & Carson ,
Furthermore, when the consumer on Nag i moderated on invitation by the Grocery Co.
\ this side bf the Atlantic is paying fiftysix'cents Rev. E. (,'. McLean, I D. D, of Winter ;
'.1" ,ty, .t.::f"q. .a bushel for them they Haven a unanimous call' was extended
,. are coating the Berliner only thirty Rev W. B. Witherspoon., I D., to
!' .cents a bushel. l become its permanent.installed\ pastor.It --- --
A.prominent reason for the low'a"el.ire.yield is expected that he will accept the
i- A per acre in this countryis same and that the presbytery which =
tba.twe have, as a rule, fewer plants meets this week at Tarpon Springs Choice of 5 Tourist Trains ---
:_ aLA rcll etjj will"arrange for ha installation-
Not -only are wider rows and more that the relationship will continue as *
''-_ .' space between hills the rule here, but I long as it is the mutual pleasure of -
.. various other avoidable causes result those concerned for it to continue.Rev. I I North and Northwest '
$i' In m poor Stand. The Germans plant I Dr. E. G. McLean of Winter
more,than twice as many seed pota- Haven conducted the communion service ! -
( . toes per acre than is the custom here, at the Presbyterian church Sunday .E7 ; !:jrI
+ s 'or more than twenty-four bushels to morning and presided over a business I F'T IIIII "Dixie flyer" "Seminole Limited" -. t
t a; ". the acre;>.* "meeting. Me filled the pulpit at night. .
',"When one travels through the He also made an address at the lay- FLQRIDA-ALLJGATOR FARM "Dixie Limited" "South '
:eountry.seeklnjf the census of low men's meeting in the afternoon. j I Atlantic imited" .
I At the laymen's last Sun- I Jacksonville, Fl ., March.-Visitors to the Confederate r.unlon In Jacksonville
hard meeting
:yields-.they are not to find. Im- "
1 perfect'preparations of the ground day the present officers, consistingof May 6-8 Inclusive, will have an opportunity to see one of the largest
leaves.ta poor seed bed. The seed potatoes W. H. Jones chairman; J. M. alligator farms In the country. The Florida' alligator farm 'Is located at Route"Via
.' t maybe unselected, more or less Gardner, vice-chairman'; J. M. Lee, Phoenix park, connected with the city by trolley lines, and Is a popular
1 diseased,,,' out too small and carelessly I secretary and treasurer and J. W. place with all vial to.... The Illustration here shown 'Is a pen of the largest
ti fe? > planted.- '.Many of Our fields outside i Prentis, organist were elected for another alligators In the collection of some J.JOO. Th. oldest alligator In captivity
'. of: tile, leading potato districts have I term of six months. This association Is owned by this farm. The specimen' Is about 250 years old and weighs 921 Atlantic Coast
only half the number of plants that | is active and doing much good I pounds.SECnONlpF. Line ,11'j'

jlst would. be ,found in a Scotch or German I ill the commpnity.GIVE ._--' ,;
C eld.rperica.rr'f.rmers.- >* '
Standard Railroad of
r <*A also have more "SYRUP OF FIGS" the South +

-pests. -to,:'contend with than do those I TO CONSTIPATED CHILD p 3, ..o ss I . _, t
"abro d. -The late-blight is common to Pullman Jacksonville '7
S car to Chicago St. Louts
'01" but the j i Delicious "Fruit CinC maI
both-continents, Colorado po- | Laxative" Cast .
:tato > and the potato flea beetle ,, Harm Tender Little Stomach. Indianapolis, Cleveland Grand Rapids, and i intermed., :''
"'' do not.occur in Europe nor is the scab 'I Liver and Bowels. fate pomDINING
+ wt 'Of much Importance.. there. The advantage 'I AND OBSERVATION CARS < .. '
of spraying with Bordeaux Look at the tongue mother! If For tickets and information call on Atlantic ,Coast Line ticket '.
,; mixture to control the late-blight have coated your little one's-stomach liver agents, or .
r' .been ;demonstrated annually for ten I and bowels need cleansing at once. t*..New. York agricultural When peevish cross listless, doesn't J. G.: KIRKLAND Division Passenger :
experiment-station at Geneva, yet last sleep, eat or act naturally, or is feverish + a x Tampa. Fla. Agent ;;: .t
f :'mar tniUlona of bushels of New York stomach sour, breath bad; has ;, ':1
t .potatoes decayed because the farmers sore throat diarrhoea full of cold, i .
failed to spray on did not spray thoroughly give a teaspoonful of "California Syrupof :'a1 .;
: , .:-...,-. Figs.", and in a few hours all the I \, \;, lr"
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: :, foul, constipated waste undigested ,, s .
, -i< .?' ;LUKE MTLUKE SAYS food and sour bile gently" moves out of You should read regularly it"1 i
''' I ; '_ its little bowels without griping, and
you have a well, playful child again.
rt "P'' :The- .ureat thing a bridegroom
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., .r.1) .*' know,:'Is ,that1\ hie" bride will never* "California your druggist Syrup forceflt.of which bottleof ,;jACKSONVILLErS, WATER FRONT : Ii" '.
'. ;: at fat as.her, mothers I .. The
f \ grow contains full directions for babler, chil Jacksonville IFia a"'h'.l..OM : 'of .. Valley Gazette
,\: !: Wk.ataLoansebtha''vietidepictiaaatlreet.eeris'of( dren of all ages and for ; : ( the tHumphs bridge .,..In... ;'
', ,; about: I860,' he alwpndera .1I' grown.up :Ing and. building,| the,southern'eta,ee, wae accomplished at Jacksonville,
:;.whaf'happefted' to the District Visitor-And how are yon .ria?! by..the,Florida. Fast'jCoast rallreadjn bringing the 'aG'Johns river aaahownIn t ,' .t"
.r : ; i i 'when,.they;"tbl ',si,* windy today;Mrs.'Jones!'t : ,thot,accompanying'illustration. bridge.4. the'main i .reliance. "Florida's Create Weekly I\h' .; );<
? ,; y : i -. ..woo can'treven'spell! 'thank you, ma'am,,..'The doctor iIi doIng .,.1"04l'.01l0ally; alf of ,It psssos :.v.. Ihe" etruetureTTne Illustration ali NotNag L7/sy ,Qn.lfk Ht ; ',". ,
4 great pride in exhibit. his best.-, I've"told him ,trj,
t there will section'of'Jacksonville's'eleven-mllos water I. ''.1-.1I
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I Whereas, it has seemed good in an I
1. .. - - a Progressive Democratand I I A11-.Wise Providence to remove from _
I,.: the Varthly walks of men our much Klsslmmee. Fla.. April II. 114.
First Grade. OF VITAL INTEREST TO EVERY I.eloved companion and brother John Advertised list for the two weekaending ,h
| April 17. 114!
A Division-Nellie Floyd, Marie Reactionary DemocratOur I WHITE READER. i I Henry Harris, therefore Kissimmee Rak.... William. MoCloud. Mrs
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Harper, Irene Ingram, Willie Joiner, I .- 'Chapter No. 10, R. A. M.:, and Orange Heck. J. F. Bertie. f/
r,p t' Jj Arthur McCown, Elvin La Martin. I The health status of the negro is of Blossom Lodge )lo. 80, F. A. and A. I Branson Mrs LucyMerrill. J. H. (t) /
1' B Division-Roy Hansell, Wayne I vital interest to every white person 1 M., desire to place record, our high Cotter Carter, Mellvllle Mrs. $u.1.. Hock ,Bam.ob..
';; Ivan Flint, Archie Key, Eus- young friend The State, Mack 6ressive. The trembling and craven I and to every individual of' hit own appreciation of his character: The Davis Dock. Tlson. Ueo. W.
;," till Peaks, Tracy Conova, Milton Bell, and Taylor's new magazine of cartoon tory members who shouted, Treason," race. ideals of Companion Harris as to correctness Foster. T. P. Welch Ueor*...
4 Frankie Tyner, Glenn Benjamin Eliza and comment, wants to know the.dif wert reactionaries. I It is widely known that the death of life, integrity of heart; and Qork.Hill Prlsellla.R. Wllion.Wsrtoe. .Orlar.....
1: Cummins, Mary Coleman, Kimbrough ference between a progressive demo George Washington, enduring the1urdship" I rate among people of this race is. abnormally rectitude of conduct are worthy of all Houren. Jno. T. (1) Bessie. t
;, Oliver, Neva Lee Harris, Eunice Rivers crat and a reactionary democrat. Tie ".' and privations of a bitter high. The cause is found commendation. In all the relationships Jackson. Mattle. Ward.. Victoria. .,.
;' Christine Gilbert, Rurth Starling explanation ought to be easy, although winter with his starving and freezing rot in climatic or general sanitary I which lie sustained toward his Johnson.Neill.Chainey.Mtca Wllll\ .m.. .Mr*" Y
Resina Finocchairo. the term "progressive" as up- followers at Valley Forge, was a pro- I conditions but in the negro's ignor. fallow men he war the; lame humble, Young John_ -..,
I Second Grade.A plied to democrat la! rather superfluous gressive The tory sympathizers and'' and- upright, reliable citizen, faithful B, B. .SIMPSON.Poatmaater.. ;
1)ivillion---AtiC1-Buzza,-CaFfiebell on the one hand, while-"reactionary" supporters of George the Third, gathered -I These defects fan be remedied-the Church member and loyal Mason. ,
i, Hansell, Alma Narrelson, Marian as applied to democrat is somewhat about their warm firesides and I, first by instruction; the second by en- Therefore be it resolved by this Chap- '..
King, Ella May Owens, Madge Rivers contradictory on the other. feasting on the fat of royal favor forcement' of sanitary regulations, ter and lodge that we deplore his loss. IF
l Ethel Rodgers, Olive Rutherford, Real democrat is always progres were reactionaries. { especially those which relate to water He was the first most excellent high
Nellie Tyner, May Winn Mabel Weid- sive. A man who claims to be a dem- Thomas Jefferson, writing the Declaration j, supply and sewage disposal applied priest of this chapter, and right nobly ,.
7 ]ler, Eddie Bass Leo Conova, Fred ocrat should be progressive. / of Independence and! as ,president I not to the negro tenant alone but to did he discharge the duties of his office What a Heap of Happiness it WeuU .
. Evans, Clyde Harris, Eldridge Harris, Progress means going ahead. Re- : leading the way to democratic I,I the white landlord as well. even to his physical disadvantage r
i" Plese Johnson, Harry Outlaw, Edgar action means going back. A progressive government; on the theory that the The widespread misapprehension existing We cherish his memory and commend Bring to Kiaaimnee Home*. ,f
;. Rogers, R. D. Thomas, Doyle Davis, is one who goes forward. A reactionary {rov. rnment and the people should tc ''I as to the healthfulness of the his virtues. Resolved further that we
Howard E. Cook. is one who opposes this for- 'as close together as possible was a I'! south is due largely) to distorted facts. extend to his family our sincerest Hard to do( housework with '
B Division-Arthur Bulloch, Fred ward movement and either stands still progressive.. Alexander Hamilton, Morbidity among negroes particularly sympathies in their bereavement, and Ing back. .ma act
y" Lupfer, Henry Sullivan, Bertha Witz, or moves backward. I I combatting Jefferson-jealous, intrigu-j I is exaggerated. The south has nothing . ,proffer to them such assistance as juring. you hours of
r Delia Ledbetter, Florie Belle Bass, Lu- From the beginning of governmentthere ing, contending always for the British i I to lose by publicity. To make they may require and we may be able or at work.If misery at leisure f
'. cile Griffin, Marguerite Duke Ruth have always been two contend- form and idea, on the theory that power ''evident conditions as' they are will Inspire to supply. a
women only knew the canetaat:
Herzburg, Virginia Fanaler, Frank ,I ing forces. The progressive force contemplated should be vested in ,the few and'' confidence and bring convictionto Resolved further, that a copy of Backache often ft..
I Crowe. I wider latitude for the many I that the government and the people'' the fair-minded. these resolutions be supplied to the weak kidneys g._ .come- .from
( Third Grade-Robert Buckles Arthur in the functions of government. The should always be as far apart as ppssible To institute measures for the eradication family, a oopy to each of our city pa 'TWould.I'Ye much needles 't
'f,' Simpson, F. S. Ledbetter, Emory : reactionary force contemplated restricting -was a reactionary. i of any sanitary evil is intelli- pers and a copy to be placed on the Doan's Kidney Pills wee i
( Brown, Gordon Bulloch, Earl McCown, : the functions of governmentto John Redmond, battling for home gent and a civic obligation; moreover, records of our lodge and chapter, that kidney., are for weak
,,' Bessie Crafton, Aileen Moore, Frida the few.Hemo.rracy.. 'rule in Ireland, with a liberal house11 I it implies economic foresight. But attack his virtues may not.go unrecorded.A. Read what a.Klsdffimee'" '
. .. Mayers, Ruth Davis, Ruth Hyek Ruth which means rule by the of commons back of him, is a progres on any defect of the social bodyto ;j; HOLT, .a : citixen
..:. Rowen, Johnnie Bronson, Margaret many, has its antithesis in aristocracy sive. Sir Edward Carson, opposing be effective must be made a con- S. L. LUPFER, Mr*. P. G.. White..JCJasimmMt .
\ Winn, Cora Rutherford, Sallie Ledbetter which means rule by the few. Irish local government and backed by certed movement by all interested.To D. R. BLENNIS!: say: ri suffered from ai3(. w
. Alberta Sullivan Zelma Bronson. One "progressive; the other is reac- a characteristically stubborn house of I this end"the Louisiana State Camdil tee. through backache ;;
J \ Fourth Grade. tionary. One means bringing the people lords, is .reactionary. Board of Health believes it timely to ; *-. I Kin a put deal my of kidney trouble and.I also

A Division-Kenneth Bronson, Uly and the government as close to"ether Wm. J. Bryan, leading the fight for call a conference of health and educational TEN-ACRE GROVE FOR SAL kidney secretion.., Doan'. from the
I\i\ Chapman, Eldrid Flint, Gladys Griffin as possible; the .other means direct primaries, for publicity of campaign leaders throughout the south Pill., which produced at,the !Kidney EJuiaD.mee .'
/t: Uerner Hart, Leah Herzberg, Vera Keeping the people and the government contributions, for an incometax that agreement may be reached concerning I have a to c-an re farm-seven Drur"company. r.lkved
Johnson, Roberta Roliff. as far'apart as- possible. One for: popular election ,of United immediate; practical measures acres in orange-and grapefruit,.five at that; ti... I publicly endorsed m. ancl
B Dlyi.lon-Robert.-Calkins. Horace' means a deliverence from existing: oppression States senators, and for the complete betterment. of health''amongnegroes. acres, In- heavy bearing; estimated SIIICe',then I' have 1 not.lost then?*
I' Dann, Luck Lupfer Blanche Churchill ; the other means submission divorce. of, Wall street.from the poll-* ? crop this fall from 1,000 to ',2,000 In this remedy and J shall my fait 1'
: Ella Gardner, Vera Gilbert,'Velma to that oppression. tics of, the country; and Woodrow The, meeting will .be held hi New boxul''cottage and outbuild pleased td give it endorsement.always bv
'i _IIiiHunn.-u, Margaret Lesley._. Davis Nic- It ia easier to understand, by ape Wilson putting those policies into eft Orleans April 2425.: East of the His- ings; less than ten minutes' walk from Price Me, ai( all my dealer. Don't *
.\' kiee,.Rba Miley I I clflc illustration the' difference between feet .Jj .progressives, The Judge sippi-a rat of one fare plus 25c from postoffice; school and church in" Nar- ply ask Jor! *> sin 2t- "
], Fifth Grade. characters of this kind and a )Parkers, the. Chancellor Days the all points has been granted; west of coossee. 'Doan's Kidney iU-uae y-remedy
!, ; A Dh'islon-Ne1lie Bowen Carleon few notable. examples may therefore Tafts, the Roots, the Ry ahs, the Boas the Mississippi the rate in 4c: a.nxUs For further particulars address Mrs White had. larneth ir
Bryan, Alma. Cooper, Gladys Howell be cited. Murphys and Boss Smiths the Baileys round trip. Hotels have given 25' percent 164t.pd Box Narcoossee$, Fla. .., Buffalo .n...FosterMillrurn'Prvp. Y, Ci. ra 4i,
- Milton, G orge Dietz, Fred J Moses, who led the children of Israel the Lorimers, and the Aldriches, are reduction. Account of health -- - .
: Bryan Simpson, Maurice Wil- out from the bondage of their Egyptian reactionaries.John week, tickets, on sale the 17th. Return - ---- -- ---

Irene j taskmasters, was a progressive. Stockton, Napoleon B. Brow. limit, April 27th.SHOULD I
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iylslon-Dorothy Roberts, Lu- Pharoah, rich and powerful, satisfied are, and others who thought like them, I -
Whidden, Lois Neville, Mabel. t i! to let others toil while he ruled, wasa J blazing the way for white primaries, LOWER I ; 71
Plaetz, Frances Katz; John Graham, reactionary. for the initiative and referendum, for .
Elmo-Griffin, Wesley Weidler. I i Caleb and Joshua, who wanted the On effective railroad commission, for -
Sixth Grade.A i Israelites to go over into the Prom- ,control of public service utilities,.and FREIGHT RATESIt
Division-Jessie Bowen, Miriam ised Land and possess it, were pro- for the conservation of the state land<
':Di unger, Lucile ))owning, Charlie Law. 'gressives. The ten opposing princes and resources,. are progressives. The announced that the fi
B Division Fr d Schweikart, Ma- :; of the tribes of Israel who persuaded Times-Union, the Peter Knights, the was recently xS i
i Coast Line to lot
mie Pilley, HarolcT Flint, Lawrence : the people to be satisfied with their Pleasant Holts, and the paid lawyer was going spend a The Jtl
of Florida.
Parker, Elmer Hinkley,-Loyal Lane. lot in the desert wdre reactionaries. lobbyists whose business it is. to defeat :i' money advertising
Coast Line do for Floridaby
Seventh Grade. Cyrus the Great, who wrested the I popular legislation or influence! can more their .
1 A Division-Allie May Cummins. I government of Persia from the old special legislation at Tallahassee in adjusting, and equalizing outrageous and
i B Division Raymond BeaTden, regime established an empire the interest of Big Business are reac--' freight rates on fruits

Story, Mabel Bowen. Clara,1 greater and better than had before ex- -tionaries.- ___ _. _ j jTn8 "i.
; Br wn. _-nst tLwae-a progressive. Astyages, .Eighth-Grade-:'-. [ ie':-uncle, satisfied -that the Modes who is looking for something better ing come
Bryan, Ruth Howell, Flora :!: should remain in poverty so long as for himself and his fellow. men and I in droves when will can get a square
deal but slow to convert
f.stratton; Katherine Jackson Christine he himself enjoyed the luxury that for those who are to come after. The I they
Stanford, Bert Wells, came from their toil and the power reactionary is the man who is satisfied .1 virgin forests into groves and truck
I when it costs all the is
Hinkley, Charlie Hogero. that came from Uieir consent was a with the "status quo," who l>e- worth gardens totget it to market. One crops acre ROM 1 + l
Ninth Grade. reactionary. lieves that government and human knownto
of south Florida soil has been
Laura Thomas, Mamie Witherspoon. Julius Caesar, who rights have got 4s far as they ought the .R
F Tenth Grade. dents and superstitions, established a >*o go, and who thinks, so long as he pay transportation companies
Frank Calkins Celeste Moseley new code of laws, and carried the civilization can take care! of himself and is satisfied $800 in one' year for carrying its products ..
? Line
to'market. If the Coast
Parah Clark. of Rome into Gaul and Brit- with his own lot, the balance of I ,;
4i I!! Eleventh Grade. tany, was a progressive. Pompey conspiring humanity has no right to complain. for wants Florida to do let it equalize the differ-great I'.
Mildred Winn. I with the Roman senate; and Someone has said that if the Darwinian ,'
Twelfth Grade. Nero, drunk with the lust of power theory of creation is to be accepted ence in the cadaod rate from Florida a beautiful home has -
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and Florida
Alice! Stute, Nellie Calkins, Eleanor and fiddling while Rome burned-both we may easily believe that our Chicago Chicago to .MANY
$$4s 1oseley. j I It oblivious to the wants'and needs of monkey ancestors were divided into Arcadia which is $158 in favor of Chicago. built from savings which .,
the people who produced their wealth two classes-those who were satisfied Enterprise. <
and fought their battles were reac- to walk on four feet and those who .
ARE EASY PREY. with week
IRWSPAPERS | tionaries. -- un had an ambition to walk on two'feet.. LET' US HAVE WAR. had their beginning $1 a .. '
'f. ft When the candidate, the politician Saul of Tarsus, going down to Damascus The latter were, progressives; the former (From the Chicago Record-Herald. 9 '
f,1 it the officeholder wants anything the to persecute the followers ofa were reactionaries. The progressives It is time to cease watching and w. ting -
I,' Ewepaper man is always the first one i-.ew faith, was a reactionary. Paul!, finally stood erect and becameman. The saving habit once formed (row* aICr.tnaath-: ,

.)0.rl.. m, appeals to. The newspaper man the Apostle, the scales fallen from his ., The reactionaries are still It is time to be tearing'things loose; ens rapidly the constantly increasing Interest soon making
" Kves up" readily and without urg- eyes: pleading his cause before King i hanging in the trees by their tails Let us cease to sit longer debating.; .
; K- his time, his talent and his spaceKind t Agnppa with an eloquence and power If this does not define the distinction Let our army be put to some use; your bank account worth while. .
, i sometimes, his conscience, when that has never been surpassed, was a between the progressive and the Let ". hasten to set things in order t 'f
"' ,\I.i Krard for the politician prevents hisxxtriir progre ssive. reactionary between the man who Send our'fearless boys over the border
/ the Decide that YOU TOO .t :
/+!! ,,! some things that ought to The English barons, who- wrested believes in doing'IIOmethlng and the 'To _hoot.and to slash and to slay; I start now-today. 1

',.... exposed. But the obligation to-' the the Magna Charta from an unwilling man who ia satisfied with doing noth- Let Duty cry oat and awake us. I will hare something later life to show for your labor. _. ::
\" Bnpaper man always sits very light- king at Runnymede, were progres- iig-we shall have to give it up Lest honor aqd glory forsake us- .* ,
,. on,the politician; he-accept* it as sives. Old King John, who surrendered Pensacola! Journal. I shall not have to mix in the fray. I < .
i be matter of course. Some day, not the great charter to them A LITTLE DEPOSITED EACH WEEK AT THIS . '(F'X;

ay Bf distant, the newspaper men of' they against his will, was a reactionary. i' 10-CENT "CASCARETS" I Away with the ones who are doubting, BANK WILL PAVE THE WAY. l'
nfy>' will realise all Cromwell, who challenged' the doc- :; IF BILIOUS OR COSTIVE! It time for the die to be cast; \
ossal humps hey haven trine of the divine rights of kings, '' It i is time to be marching and shouting "
mff years, and they will get togoth- overthrew Charles the First and hit The season for patience' ia past;
', Pin! a determination. to treat the poli- parliament, and gave the British pea For. Sick Headache Sour Stomach I shall not have to lave. my.-aad STATE BANK OF '
|cla. Just a* they treat other folk, ple a' free commonwealth, was a pro- Slaggiah UVOT and Bowel*-They mother ., .
?: frith/out'.favoritism 'pr special liberal gressive. King. Charles and his'pampered W.rk While Yon' Sleep. I have neither a IOn"nol;' A brother, h
) ky.V.When, that day comes there'll befeme'tore and petted lord of royalty; were i Who will have to engage in the KISSIMMEE .4'\'' '''
politicians '"around about reactionariesNapoleon .. Furred Tongue; Bad Taste Indices- strife. : '. .
ind.they;will, be pondering. tearfully who rooted the' Bourbona tlon. Sallow Skin; 'and Miserabl. Headache So let the long waiting be ended .. ..
kreV'thafi old story about the* goose: of France and gave to the French people come-from a torpid liver and Delay may no more be defendedFor r .*
., CapItal suck .,_ .-,...___ _..11....00 '' .
a kat Uld.. the :golden' ,eggaTampa. . a civic political and social code clogged bo.u. which cause ;your the saving; ,of money,life.: - ?;; ,. .. ; ; . .
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U>ane. .' <> superior( to anything the old world had stomach )to"become, filled with'undi' Ra.arca .........--.----_-_-..... -..-.... ..;,..-_.... ......-.....,.00 'iI \\1+,. r1.fGeers . way for n.w.php.r men to ever seen; was a progressive Talley gested food, which sour and ferment On/on: through the valleys and passes, '. : r ., ;
F Is 'I ;; Kuinr and present their. own claims British 'nyalJ.t-who. intrigue"and the flra$ step *, nntold misery indiC I,And shame on the cowardly.... ', ''* I.. ,"sad Diebcton'<,.,. -. : .r :. ,"y ,
J regular, ,pace titer: That,II\th, lreacber"on. the one hand and powerful tion, foul raaea bad breath, yellow Who are counselling further delay! \ ... '--r,' ; '"\ "' ; '- . .... Y.'f'
,f 1;}' the Star does in the. majority resources, 6n theoth.rNaol skin mental.lean, verythinr-'that isborribl. Let flag on their,ramparU .be fljr- t"" -".H." C .A._ CARSON. Prert.' .. :J... M.'LEE, ; \Vsc... .. '"".';!';)/ .? '
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k''. Wwi !.th... I 1 a I man could fn Y ; ., .,
\ Occasionally 'not; ".th and-w. reaction .- and nauseatingA'Caeearet .. k 11KsT2 2J. a.0 ....:... '- r'. a
41 Kprindple that defcerye particular' aries.1"r.,"" ",:: ;> A'J:*Ki?>- *?: tonight,will, ..give: -your., constipated feet' tJi flUe.'io-roiMb J;;. irifttll ,-."; .,w II .. -I.j:' ...IJ' ,. .. ,'. ;'', a., .r"rif't ,"&-' ,'to _" /' \0.... ". -
' K wben this '.--occur the ,. Star Patrick( -Henry,' whoa ....'titaalitia"ipeeeh bowels-. thorough' cleansing-and 1 Let 1 the world see hoW-'U... 'ea '. r .1" .'< '. ", ". t i
1t.? ; 5 BftTthc; effort and consider* itself ,.In',the,Virginia, boule'of-bur* straighten': ,'... by morning.!r::,They .....M.A.:1.:.\\ ...."".* ...;$.<",.....]......,..' .. '
Brlta owtf sncee. **.':As w4 nevi Yew 'protesting against the iniquitous work while yon.aUcp.10-eent.boxfrom .. 0 1., _. \
lC' '. BTrratitud*, weare never'*. apKtlOcala .stamp act .. today-the heritage of your druggie keep yea -..'. ;. .
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,' .W.B. HARRIS ? ? ,. ? _' _ _ _ _ Owner We have. been' there" teen and Weare'theiri. son, editor--ii 1.' of the Osceola Journal C -A HAPPYFARMERJHapprness

; S. J. TRIPLET" .- ? ? .. _ :: Editor, Meaning.: that the Sanford. :delegation / secretary citizens and treasurer.The of, Kissimmee, treated . .

I that went to Kissimmee on 'Wednesday the visitors like. fighting cocks and -

:. BUBSCRtPTTOM RATES: On. copy, on. year ___.____ _,______ ______ __.SIJ have '"returned home imbued mad**.them have thE best of time. wouldn't
I. On'Copy, six month__-,..*.._______ Tflkw, Onw copK three month______ __ ...w with the idea that the capital of OB. Editor C. E.Howard, whose Oratorical consists in having what I'd get so rich I know whatto
-. ....- ceola i I. jOst about the most hospitable effort in response to the-address} of you wantbeing. busy. and liking your do with, the money.
All .. . ......"Vut\ be all the southland. welcome ,work. "The country'3 the only pl.o e to live.I .
'r communication except from our authorized .corr p H.i : Is- said to have been a gem tell it don't look
the natural in
r p .I ;ned by the writer. The occasion was the organizationof Invited the editors to meet M Orlando There Was a young farmer on you a
I, Rejected matter will not be rrlurn-rd unit.... rolled) for tbe Lake train coming into the city. j crowded place like this. ,
----u.___ __ ____. - .______-----'--, and Region men Press from association the July 1, and the invitation was ac- Listen to his words, ana you will "My father sold his farm and he
newspaper counties -
:- I (EII'ter"d-'t. the PotofTlce In KUllmrnoe, Florida. BB ii.--on.l-cla"H nI"It...... of Osceola, Orange, Lake, SemInole cepted.ReporterStar.At hear the story and the plans of a man moved in within a quarter Of a mile
". J' .. ,_,:- I, and Volusia were invited to be night the newspaper men left really happy. of eur city. Why, Its enou "-to ruin

:: : : FRIDAY,, -APRIL 17, 1914 present and become members. The Kissimmee vowing that they would He"had to talk to s somebody. anybody. thousand How big is th\>t city
delegates were met at the train in return some time and as. Kissimmee "When do we get 19 town ? I ought About two inhabitant
j jI the morning by a delegation of the expects make a strong fight for the to be there at ten-fifteen. I am goingto "Good-bye; if you ever w>Ite to me,

-.--OBJECT=OF. .THE CORRUPT PRACTISE ACT IS TO ELIMINATE THE Kissimmee Jtaard of Trade!. and from, meeting of the State Press association, be married.,. The young lady lives,, give "me your .address. and. I'll writefcack.
POLITICAL GRAFTER. the minute they arrived until they all the editor! of Florida may be able there. -
4 r6 J left on the midnight train the live to partake of the hospitality of that I. The young farmer, in his
; .t ChaDte ..,6470 No. 50)-An Act. Relating! to Primary _Elections and to Limit. bunch of Kissimmee boosters were fine city next year. They could not "I is ant twenty-one twenty-three, and years we both old like andahe a's ooat a, nut his gray clear cap gray, his eyes face ssc a.s. powerful brown.
with them and better in
: nothing that could be gather at a place the south.
1 Regulate. Control and Restrict and Other Expenditures in Connection living farm.
Campaign done for their comfort and entertainment Sanford Herald. on a handshake was a pleaMnt thingto

I! .' '. ,.,1 .with Primary Elections and to Require Candidates for Primary I was left undone. We would like- "I've been on this train since R look at in a world of tir-04, struggling
-- Nominations to Make Certain Statements of Campaign Expenditures: to to write a page of this gaper to fit KISSES FROM KISSIMMEE.. o'clock this morning. I walked to the I nervous human being!

"" ;,' Define. Prevent and Punish Certain Offenses and Corrupt and Illegal Prac- tingly people give of Kissimmee the praises for due their the treat good Being Auto Talk of Lake Region I junction.left the The house.stars were I didn't shining want when the you"A" said happy the married reporter.farming life to

F tise in Connection with Primary EJections: to Require and Proteot the ment but lack of space forbids.-R. J. Press Asosciation Meet.L. neighbors to know what I was going "VSu bet," said the farmer. and was
:' Purity of the Ballot. to do But I they'll know *
4 .f, Holly in Sanford Herald. ( J. SteflTey' irr Sanford Herald.) suppose gone.
r;; Be it Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida : : when I get back-and I guess the The reporter will write to him and
11. Kis -i-1'Ie is there with the goods, cowbells will ring tonight. i be very glad to have him "Write, back."
\ Section I. That no person in the furtherance of candidacy for nomination TRIBUTE TO KISSIMMEE.The .
J ;" including top, windshield, everlasting "Do I like the country ? Say, I If you want to envy anybody don'tenvy
for publIc'office or public position in a primary election shall himself editor of the Herald wishes to starter and all the good things concealed wouldn't live anywhere else in the John D. Rockefeller o* Lillian

; or by or'through any other person or persons, directly or-mdirectly. give, pay. his appreciation to the Boardof under the hood in easy reach of I world. I Ii Russell.I Envy this young farmer. He

: t I ; or expend any money or to pay or give anything of value or authorize anyexpenditure express Trade of KiRsimmee, to Editors the driver. All without extra cost i "I wouldn't five anywhere exc-pt on i likes his world and he has everything

t d, \ : or become pecuniarily liable. except and only for the following Triplett' and Harris of the Gazette and when\ 'it comes to pulling off a press I:. a farm. And I wouldn't have any kind he wants. in the tied the
. meet. Many a man city the
i\\ all the force, to Editor Johnson and Of cows : Holstelns and I'll
., purpose to-wit:. I I S. J. Triplett had some trouble in have except miserable flat, the cobblestones\; the
Van and the only
Agnew of the pure-bred
I For hit traveling expenses while campaigning fee for qualifying stenographic Journal to the ladies and boys gentlemenof the get away, owing to lack of proper I I can. Gurnseys are better cows for Imtter-as crowded cars, the high prices, the soul-
} work clerks his headquarters to address and I lubricating oil, but once started drove killing salary life will turn longing
.'oj' '7 at campaign prepare Kissimmee, to Superintendent Sears I fat-but the calves are hard to iaise"Is ,
I like a demon, only stopping once on toward that farm, with' the Hol-
;. # and mail campaign literature, telegrams telephones. postage, freight. express. and Professor Evans of the schools i account of tire trouble. He was ar- farming good life' : ,rows where the youuft/ farmer

; r : .. ,stationery. lilt of voters office rent: newspaper advertising. advertising in campaign and to each and every one of those I reRted later in the day for driving "Say, there isn't any other kind of Mints to work in the morning at half-

:, book, printing and the renting of halls in which to address the voters. kind hearted much Osceola people who contributed with his cut out open. life. Why, look at all these houses I past four and doesn't know he's been
." so our pleasure McBride in the mid- along this track. Say, I'm homesick) working, when he suddenly finds it too
Sec. 5. That no person shall in order to aid or promote his nomination I comiort during th* visit of the Lake stripped a gear I
dle of theafternoon and had with- already. I wouldn't live in the middleof dark to york longer.
I? primary election directly indirectly. himself by through other Region Press association Wednes-
or or or any on
I, draw as a new one could not be bad a city if you'd give me $25,000 if I l He i is a happy man because he l is art
;_ ;i", person promise to appoint another person or promise to secure or aid in securing day. Some cities can give you wel- closer than Arcadia. He left on the had to'ljve ell my life there. I independent man. The farm is his.
i appointment, nomination or election of another person to any public or private come, some cities can entertain you, 4:10: train. "Is work on the farm hard No; i the cows are his.the young eftlves, the
i. Rome cities can show you a good time, The DeLand entries failed to show you don't even know you're working. chickens that out of their shells
; position or empuloyment. or to any position of honor trust or emolument. but for the genuine old time southern creep ,
up and were scratched at the last min "I've been working with my lather the potatoes growing in one field, the
that he define what his choice I
publicly hospitality and wholc-hwarted wel-
; except: may announce or or purpose all the ,
time and now I'm R'Oinll to whc-at and the corn in other f) )ds-<-allair
I .>, ;in relation to any election in which he may be called to take part. if elected. rome;;: that means m ;n_ alrnmp: in" every-Orlando a'l' l'I ute.C. E. Howard with a piston dis- start on a farm of my own, eight acres. his.He ..

;r ..:;; Sec. 7. That any person who solicits receives or accepts from another any ton.Eustis give, Sanford, leLand Kiss-i-mee.New I t-placement of only 125 4bs.! and a 6 thirteen cows. produces something. What he
r :. : pay. gift reward loan. money salary contribution or thing of value as pay for Daytona expect to do the Smyrnaand honorsat I ft. in wheel base was right up in the "I'll) ) keep increasing the cows Andas plants grows and he sees it jfrow.He .
;-,-,.'- -r ..'" 'orreimbunemen"-10r loss of lime or for expenses as a consideration Rome( future time and they may I buncil all the way and even made a I pure-bred soon as Holsteins I can I'll have nothing but I is a man to be envied-i And this
lap and a half after the lap was over. : will he an infinitely happier country
: -r -for him promising to vote for. working electioneering; or making public speeches beat Kissimmee'fi record, but they will j Aft a starter Prof. R. M. Evans "My oqusin has a cow that has a when the millions upon millions of

4' I t I-- for or against any candidate seeking nomination in a primary election shall certainly However have to will go do Kis- had it all over the old timers as he record-he does! artificial feeding. She I acres I lying waste are divided into
therefor we our handled the meet the School gives seventy pounds of milk a day- (minus, carefully cultivated each of
: upon conviction be punished by a fine of not exceeding one thousand simnipp hue; Ret the pace.-R. J. Holly in High I
auditorium like a veteran. you couldn't buy her for a thousand those farms managed by another
dollars or by imprisonment not exceeding one or by both such fine andimprisonment. in Sanford Herald.
? year i I dollars. ,
1' 'I'.' C Johnson was haulded up for I young farmer and his brid .
4 . driving without hm dimmers and; on. "And that cow has a bull calf amonth The best of luck and happiness to
: \.. : There hat been to much corrupt practise. not only in Florida but in most A REAL BOARD OF TRADE.: the wrong side of the street, but sbme or two old. You couldn't buy I them and their farm and tlieir) cows

r (J.c; ,, ,.' all the states of the Union. in connection. with. primary elections that the legislature Any one who has ever visited Kis- I influential dealer got him off with onlya him for if less he than five heifer hundred dollars. and( everything else on their farm.
was couldn'tbuy
riprimand on the promise he Would I "Say; a you I And may there millions Wore like
I or this great commonwealth saw the wisdom ol.passing and writing upon simmee has been struck with the idea him at all.
not do it again. them in the United States before this
.,: the page of our state law books .the chapter which contains the words and sen'tmcel that the remarkable growth of that I Arthur Donfan gave an imitationof I i I "Is milking cows hard work Of I century shall. have ended.
t is.due to the accorded
I copied above. the city support to a boy at a circus when he founda course it's hard work, but it's the best i "Their houses are safe from fear,
boosting and also to
V No man who desire to see the ballot box purified and who desires to seethe the reel live newspapers board of trade of that dime in front of the. judges stand work in the world. I neither is the rod of God upon th 'm.,

.;; Sr: 'i : corrupt practise of vole-buying and vote-selling' broken up and the past city. They believe in standing together l and stand invited and flew the them boys to over nickle's to a peanut worth.W. twenty"How many night can and a morning man milk ?is Well good, I:I their Their rew hull calveth gendereth and and catetji fajleth not not her-;

: roaster of that art confined behind the prison walls of our state will dispute down there and when it comesto B. Harris went all the way on milking. But the sooner I have twen- I calf.

,i but what the above law is a good one and will assist in enforcing the same. a question their differences of helping the city they low gear. his cooling system working ty-five to milk the better I'll like it."Wouldn't "They send forth their little ones

. .: e'purpole of the above law was to eliminate the politician who would be bury stand shoulder to shoulder at once to foster and perfectly and caused no little comment I I get rich if I could sell like a flock and their children dance."
the milk
I for five cents ?
a quart Say : -Job 21 :10.-Atlanta
the crowd. : Georgian.
ij.: .everything to all whom he met and by fair promises attempt to secure sufficient and push the good things that go to among Joe Sear's with I 5- _I
: retain himself in and his make cities. Other cities could emulate entry a Kongress --
votes to office in stead to elect men who have the integrity Jar and it was some vehicle too-
( and manhood to 'tee that the law i il not violated. Kissimmee with profit. The board I 1914 model) guaranteed four years. He
of ,
trade makes the members their
r This is a good Jaw and we hope to see it enforced by the good people of the dues. All are active members pay and was an easy winner in the elimination I WHAT DO AMERICAN PEOPLE

1k late, arid if the corrupt practise* that have been retorted to in the past are resorted there is no dead timber carried on tests and if he shows the same speedon

to this year we only hope that an example! wiltt made of the violator. their roll. They are a live bunch of least June three 2nd laps.R. will. be a winner by At S

'4 : 'whoever he may be, which will teach the crooked politician( .that he no longer boosters good town who and, believe believing Sri their in it town imbue asa "Jolly" Holly, driving a "San. WANT FOR THEIR CHILDREN

/; .4 has A place in the class wjth decent manhood in this.great itate of Florida. Let the stranger with the same ide_..- ford Six": was there wjth a set of I S

. 5'avery voter keep an e,!=,open for crookedness and,see that our electionl:are Sanford Herald. musical chimes on his exhaust and his -
: conducted a high plane of honesty and When thai is done taking the dangerous curves on high
tipon justice.
:;1 i state; will flourish _'1 the roe and the political trickster will from our At the meetlg of. the editors at .was- the admiration of aU.' "If the sawmill men of.your state I the inspector whodoes not know how
:' remove ,our Kissimmee yesterday L. the followingwere Some vandal put'wat i- in his gas had always used mules and it was pro. to Inspect, the Judge who i. out, of
4- S -wd.t. .... ..i4) hj* place will bf filled by a better class of citizenship. elected: R J. Holly, editor of which. caused flooding of'his earbu- posed that they-shouldgiye up using touch with the new Indu.tJieGn.-'

# f ?,. ..... ,: --- the Sanford HErald; president. E. retta but this never phased him. He mules and use oxen instead; and if scioiKness, the editor who adds, to the
Woods, editor of the Eustis Lake Region simply switched on the combinationand they agreed that it would be better to general inertia by drifting with the
S --*) : t. ON THE SELECTION EMPLOYES. vice-president; and C. F. John- I every thing: was lovely. use oxen and a law should bo introduced majority, and ourselves, time great
to compel them to substitute American people who pass laws and
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k T The time! I it new when Florida will employ a number of servants at saline I oxen- for mules; and then if they did let them die-all these cam in for a.'
S I HIGH SCHOOL. themselves i is being reserved by the everything in their power to defeat stiare of the discussion. The old
.ranging from $7.500 a on -or maybe -to a dollar a day and
year up
authorities. When these bids are in the law, wouldn't you think that they I three-cornered fight between the employer -
elqul tu. Nominally the men will be employed in November but a* a matter On last Tuesday evening the juniorsof they will be.opened by the officers 'wanted' to use mules* This parable the reformer and the legislator!

of fact, all will be settled in June. Some have been pressing their claim the Osceola high school entertainedthe and if it seem advisable a meeting ofthe of the opposition to child labor laws I is. still on, but it no longer occupiesthe
Iftftr for several' month The early bird may catch the worm, but the early candidate seniors with an out-of-doors-in- church will be called to determine which he has met in his personal experience center of the stage.
the-house party. A launch ride to whether or not the improvements will l is quoted from Wiley H. "There was a pretty general 1 feeling
:- r,< is more apt than otherwise fatigue those from whom he it seeking employment ; Paradise l island had been anticipated, be done. Swift in The Survey for April 11th that the motive for the effftft; to correlate -

and by talking his chance to death give the place to 'leas clamorous but the weather being rainy and disagreeable The mid-week services of this in the course of a note on the Tenth '; these scattered erring Elements

c rival. : .' for such, the rustic idea church have been suspended in order National Conference on Child Labor I I should be found not so much in pity

S Now we mustn't forget that Florida i il the employer and that the men to be was carried out in the parlors of Mr. that the working forces might co-op- recently held in New Orleans. The for the physical harm wrought by
1 D. G. Wagner's home. erate fully in the evangelistic serviceat note is. published under the caption, I|I child labor as in a keener sense of
employed will be employed to her. The thing to be considered is the I
serve one The house was decorated with ferns, the Methodist church. "What Do American People Want for the stunting of spirit. Tloss! inartistic
1 ; f service these men will render. If one were employing a cook he would not palmetto leaves and yellow jasimine The monthly meeting of the Ladies' Their Children" and the writer says: and creative power was touched -

4 ti' employ the one who professed to love him best. He would select one that he flowers, together with white and gold Aid society was held with Mrs. J. W. "The fight against child labor will on by Jane Addams, the degradation -

-, .-. e6b1Mtredthe- best" cook. Well a senator or a representative or a. state orS : crepe paper. thus carrying out the--- Millec Wednesday! afternrwnwhen,_ enter on .its second decade with increased I['! -citizenship by Flbc I A.dler.-
scheme the class colors.A : vigor, a wider outlook and anew Alexander -
,. -- ; there was a large number of ladies Johnson made the statement *
5 Dl1otJidali.-a.-importanra. a cook. and should b selected with as much and extensive method if the spirit and the substance
delightful picnic present and the entertainment was aline I i{I that unless girls are to be mothers -
t care Really more care should be exercised for any man who has nerve dinner consisting of salads, sand- one.* of the Tenth National Conference i j i of a decadent race they shouldnot

enough can fire a cook whenever he please, but these public servant are em- wiches, fruits, cakes and Neopolitan on Child Labor are a fair indica- be allowed to work industry
is four Ice cream, was served.A NEW VICE-PRESIDENT tion of the future. until they are sixteen, or, better
ft t ployed for terms of two. or six years. So it is well not to make mis- el4h.
. ; any reading by Miss Gladys Short of Of ROLLINS COLLEGE "One member of the National Child :| teen years old. /
takes.., the faculty, impromptu sketches by Labor convnittee staff who has attended "The National Child Labor Committee -
'... Two matters should be considered in making (election*-faithfulness and the presidents of the classes and the Winter Park, Fla., April 15.-At the all these conferences with one exception presented to the conference for thefirst

A,4 ability.; It would bf folly to ,employ an able man who would serve himself instead members of the faculty were greatly recent meeting of the board of trus- put it tersely: 'These people time a federal child labor bill
J Charades and tees of Rollins college, the Rev. Nath- have set their teeth against child .la- drafted
enjoyed. were played by the committee and pendingin
of t his employer. It would also be
S., folly to employ a faithful man who, when the. parted all voted many aniel M. Pratt was elected vicepresident bor. They are in for a fight to the congress. Samuel McCule Lindsay -
S while meaning well would not have sense enough to know what should be done. thanks to Mrs. Wagner and the ju and professor of philosophy and finish.' And as Jane Addams said in reviewed the attitude of the committee .
-1 In selecting men for responsible position none should be selected except those niors. Bible study. Dr. Pratt is forty-four her address to the mass meeting in in the. past and predict* that

: of undoubted honesty and undoubted ability. Either without the other would years of age. After completing his Lafayette square, attended by some the same reasons which led the committee
,result A combination of the will PARENTS' DAY. college course he took post-graduate 2,000 people beside the 1,000 whom recently to endorse Use priJlclpl. --
.Poor service. two result in
good seryice.S studies in and the social
: philosophy the had arranged to 'seat: .
y ., 'The applicants all have record that are accessible. Some have served the On Fridays April 24, the schools will sciences at Columbia university, New 'When mayor people are willing to stand crsl demand shortly for a.bring federal about cMld a labor Kfn!
before. of them them have on exhibition at the high school York, and graduated from Union Theological child labor child .
-v ;;:\ people some are serving now. All should certainly know through speech, labor law
of the work of the
building specimens His
seminary. principal -
.: l. what to expect of these men. The thing to xk i il judge the future by.the past. pupils In all the grades, and the par- was in Cleveland, Ohio, and pastorate he is doomed. "The other defenders of the bill were

.,','**.If,you have aa employe in your private business who i il rendering service en- ents and friends of the children are afterward preached in the American "Is the New Orleans public.typical? Felix Adler who pleaded for clear

: 3:4 :: itirery aat .facton'. you will keep him, no matter what an applicant for his position cordially invited to come and see some church in Paris France, and was executive Does the spirit of the leaders gatheredin thinking and common sense' M the primary .
confefence reflect the of
of the work that has been done during of the Men and Re- temper the guides in division of.power o*'
? If have whose secretary
) may promise. you one service it not satisfactory either the year.The ligion Forward riovement in New American people? Or is their fighting tween! state and nation; MM.cnce lt1or.,;

Cthrough:: Jack of fidelity or Jack of ability you will get seine one in }hi* place- regular school work.will go on York, where he wan intimately associated blood aroused by increasingly insistent Kelley, who gave incidjrtita I ITO1.

.5 s. the one who can offer you the best proofs that his terviee will ha satisfactory. as usual that day; and visitors will be with the leading ministers and opposition to good child labor her personal experience:*tin, &r

I.: r.; Every man should.apply the common aena(that governs hji conduct in hit welcomed in the various claN rooms. business men of that city. laws"Two little incidents at the confer- once the relative Value' Uncle Sam hd
R. M. placed on children and food itufi'and
e business sis butine So EVANS In Cleveland Dr. Pratt was presi- on
to public
private we say to the votersdont select do not these
if. a PrIncipal. dent of the Mlni.ters' Union, 'executive ence answer questions the contrast between, oW alerepnrd -
t r man because he wants the place. Pick out the one who will fill the place best secretary of the Federation of but they do warn us against an indo- of state laws and our inspect, for

: '>_and put him Jacksonville Times-Union' PRESBYTERIAN ITEMS. ., Churches nominee of twenty-five civ. lent optimism. Telegraphic news was federal law; and A. J. McKJw*y, who
5 .. Pastor Witherspoon and Elder ic and religious organizations as dele- received from four legislatures, and quoted millions from the CenSUS to.
T ---. ---- Mosely returned the latter part of the gate from Cuyahoga county (Cleve- from two of these states came word show the majorities,of .Aaj1cs.P0pie -,
S --t, :WAS' A'MERE BOY THAT held in $5,000 ball at the week from the spring meeting of presbytery land) to the OhUKConstitutional con of defeats on the firing line.. Owen R.Lovejoy'll who have already enacted state
of review of the needs
request and activities laws ,
at Tarpon Springs and reportthe vention, director of the Associated embodying the four provisions'
S_ the St. Petersburg .
ST. authorities.
IiTERRORIZED.! PETERSBURG A hotel meeting as full Of enthusiasm aa Charities of the city, and member of of the committee showed how concerning ages and hours ..blch the-
''M./M-: Whitehurst, sheriff of Pinel- burg wealthy offered him man there in St. Peters a. result of large increase in the membership the chamber of commerce, the council the-activitiea-Inveati&ation, publicity, Palmer-Owen bill would apply&\ea-.<
S a job the boy legislative campaigns and of .
S laa-county>,was tiiTallahasseo Monday told the court, and he left his home in of the churches as well as of of sociology, the Cleveland Peace had been en- tablishmenta manufacturing goods for*
forcem.ent- restricted in .
I. ministers in the other interstate c mmerce.- .
and organizations -
soclsty numerous
: requisition papers of Governor Wheeling W. .
to get Va- and
( became waiters aHur of the rank and file of
j a the
S Trammel 1-for Tracy Bailey -who wu assistant He The fall session of'the presbytery: of similar character.: He is an "Heret again;the fine temper *
irestod in New.York ctya few days tton In gave up his posi- is to be held in Kissimmee beginning enthusiastic admirer and supporter of scope.and hindered in efficiency by the New Orleans' audience-waJ' manifest
.for the- commission of 'numerous in Tampa.January Bailey met an older. youth Monday November',' at' 7:80 p. ra. President,Woodrow Wilson. failure of the rank and file of thoughtful for tt listened..with Veen attention And
; go said
and the rob- The vote to here unanimous. the well-to-do people to supply the enthusiasm to the oft the fed*,
will speakers
.-c1arl..( In' St.: Petersburg beries they committed come was At Rollins Dr. Pratt associate ': '
S S- .' report baa the following to startled the The egg hunt on'tM church lawn in administrative work of wherewithal bra sufficient staff. eral bill. Afterwards several businessmen
swI fashionabje
4 ';.oa 4A community of ,St. Peters "Less time than usual 'was devotedto
last conducted ; confessed -
j',,10 lItIOut Tmy'a arrest: Saturday afternoon by President William' F. Blackman who S to Immedit.eonver.1en ;
: burg. Bailey said
.0\ ',h :. <.YorkeTh 'opi )had? to hire York to dispose of his be ''came ludet'to, 'New officers and teachers, of the Sunday Is completing his twelfth year as the a description of child labor, bat to federal IeglalstiiuiroschflJte

_, # ... _., extra watch the I Iit In attempting to school.for the interest of\the children head'' of the, institution. .. *. certain unforgettable impressions on bor. J. ""
pawn some of the the subject' made rather incidentally :,
S alxteen-8IU'-Old'StaJJ-I was a Terr Jolly aa1rricblyappre.elated were "When one remembers th* ralattvely -
: -_ dad I to Police Megistrate Jewelry arrested ia a Jew'pawn hop. Bailey by the,children., : cr .. --- 'j0iIn.5; ; Suburbs a well appoint by Ella Haas' and PaalineNellJD&Do high standard of the Louisiana law
was .and
_; -: ling bow ha and, srcom1 '* upon.being searched .Plans and specifications for the proposed ed house I.. ".<- .,. ,,-.p;''.. *',.;, :*'''* who had been child 'yorken aa ltris enforced jn.New Orl_nS an*
57; : the. homes of about I IS. and?"toljwm ft found* apon-JU.* person, Sunday school; room for this; r Shaw He ;must--have.. Since .-bestiod .themselves; and by ,Le-wis W. Hine reeKcea that ,the J'alnter-OW5fl5 .
'7 nan S at St. Peter a ads church ar* in the hands of contraetozsa 'out-to.Lonevhurst'his Del brLMnr' with",Ida stereopticon lecture" on the would affect New Orleans factoriej j
QJ'8'. Quantity bids.< 'Persons' high coat bf, child. labor,f ?">. only on. wond__Wth .
.S nd I abotrt 116,000 wartIa; bo.ktq 't '. 'TJ .are.. .preparing_ ,think'.of going!anywhere 5-* respectrOM !
: '
"The widow, th'unIntSsthigtescherf r
ii" ,unx Bailey was nsm.LL' hosist *nf s*'**. to ,; bide ,forJItb else when they:I waai,,to;borrow'anyrthmg. lndige*t real eource of opposition la j
JSE ? tilt r., ....... # the misfit carricnlvm, to be not the states' rights dActrlelT
er L the I.. r.ry .:- oage.' '; . '. -.* .J ,..', "--4 toe parent,who 'd-iu'DOt control hiseklldrsii I but the employer. whoa pr aeftt eesvvenience

hi " ""'. "- Ii . ,, the employer of; cheap labor. wuVfie at'stake?* "*

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4at' ." 'U'131 '" 17, 1914 .' ,I ',:-< . .,' -;. .. THE XIS'S111MEVALLEY GAZETTE' ..........."................ .. :; . 1 MAGE T., ,

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THE KISSltaftEE> ,VALLEY C .' D.; 1iidile,' whit "U"enraged' In ...' ;. . ......,.,,"' .:'. \, ' : .f' ,' . ., t . . ;,. I"" p
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\ ' I "Orane- tenter-a real town was I A crowd of oJOU'fIC'. P'e' 'enjoyed?., ;J

.. Valley Tuesday Gazette and paid; his. respects to : 'WatcrOur: "' SAL.4SILKi[ Many : : .:Easter.,'1 i. Miss Lessie Ust'Sunday Bright hunting of Orange eggs.Center
Weather pon : is ;vUiUnjcrelatives here.Mi's. .
i F. Bass, representing the St. Ida Norton of Haines City was.;
at district on the board of county : Display of ..;' Good a visitor here Sunday.. Qr
was transacting busi *:,,M : Mrs. Lilly Lanier,, was a shopping ,+
e.' Following an the daily temperature here Tuesday. '" .. visitor In' Kissimmee Saturday.. .
: '--
ale and precipitation a.I ..Extra Values El ma Sharp and wife spent a few
I reported by the T. Whidden, editor of the Prince ,,1 a.t KA-TZ'S: days: here visiting' her mother, .......,
Peace published at Avon Park, Susan Campbell. -
station at KJesimmee. tor M
a" visitor to the city Friday last "
1.n Specials for During
", week ending April 16; 1914. : paid A paternal call at this office. ; .ELI: C MORGAN '

w J. D. Sibert was here Saturday This Sale 'TH'REE DAYS ONLY Sale ,

e. Friday ______..- 79 57 acquaintance with the nu- ANSWERS_ "(CALL ,

t Saturday 80 52 __ friends he made while pastor ..
1 Methodist church..
ton '
'Sunday 75. .63
I -- ? For weeks people have: r"
'nn ,; Monday d____. 85 65 _. 'drinerf' the "new" city water waited many with.sadness_the our announcement
r_ Tuesday 80 64 had the misfortune to lose the that Eli O. Morgan had passed over'
''g ,; Wednesday 79 63 .. first of the week and has. had into the unexplored land, as it .was i w

- i: i Thursday __-_-_"A .83 63 __ job on hand ever since! Unusually Attractive Offerings known that he was in feeble health;;,
Bass, who owns more cattle therefore was no surprise when the \
,0 00000. .. he can count in a month's time news came that he had answered the
-4i yesterday on an inspection tour of ... Reaper's call at 0 o'clock on Monday ;
night, at his home near Fort Ogden. .
IIIIf .t camps He will be absent ; q

, -, 1; I II I II ten days. ,'.' This Sale includes Silks fpr all' occasions: exclusive: novelties another. The passing link that of binds Eli Morgan us to' the breaks put;,

.. ; Red Eagle and Mrs. Red for he was of that band. of pioneerswho d
't III THE LOCAL FIELD. I two prominent Indians from and the fashionable colors arid tints that appeal to discrim- came into this section when 'the- ,

n ... -i are in the city, and are war cry of the Seminole was still ,;
e much attention by their heard in the forest It was Ell Morgan
Good Taste Value.
who and
g I I I I I I I I I 1.1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I ">esque costume. inating women appreciate Style andohis kind that made it possible"
.. for the rest of us to enjoy the civilization "
''e'I f W. II. Brokaw, with Griffing A. Bartow (Rex), whose articles now found on every hand in this ,
ers, the tree people. Valley Gazette have attracted section .of Florida. __
''I ale: I attention, is now a resident of Eli traits of .li t ta i
Morgan possessed the
:: "Buster Brown" Hose for men, Look for Extra This Sale .
K en and children. T. H. Lawson. city, .making his home at the Specials During real man-he feared no man, wasa +
I. "I true friend, had the heart of a child?
'", .' and the sympathetic nature of
Good HneMnderwear for men. and Mrs. S. B. Aultman, Mr. av .
woman. ,,4
rn Lawson. O'Berry and the Misses O'Berry will be marked in white His remains were buried at Fort- ,a r '
among the Kissimmee people Every price plain figures on large tag Ogden on yesterday. '
o of Narcoossee
C. E. Alieood attended the G. A. R. recjeption "Besides
wife he leaves seven
n .. business visitor to our city Cloud Tuesday night. children-Mrs.fills Ida V. Carr of FortrOgdfn ; ri

'. Look A new line of June ro..- B. Crawford left Wednesday !'t.J. C. Morgan of Fort Bassen-
e just rrcelved.. Dollar Limit Store. for New -York in answer to an Look for the Tag :- ger, Mrs. Effie Raulerson of Fort ;'
'. call in connection with the Pierce, Mrs. Polly Roylance of Forts
e Born, to Mr. and Mrs. D. Utilities company, of which Pierce, Mrs. Carrie Milliard of Fort: '
11 April 5, 1914, a Bon. president. dyer Mrs. Fred Fee of Fort Fiercer1and

e Big line of shirts, valueS'&Oc., $ Wesley Methodists, who have This Sale Will Go Down in History as The I Mr" E. I.. Lesley of Klsslmmeev

and $1.50. T. H. Lawson. holding forth under a tent on a THREE SIGNIFICANT FACTS. 4 a

s W. A. Eubanks of Whittier nt lot on Church street, opposite In the nations ;"which tbeGr.eky A y '
v business here this Methodist church, have folded Katz Value Sale
f transacting tent and departed to other lands ( Catholic Church predominates 2.7' per'centof ;,
I Ir W. B. Crawford spent the a stay of several weeks-here. r the.. childera: _attend_ sehooL .

r ,. with friends at Jacksonville.F. B. Poe, manager of Woodall Cy BEGINS TUESDAY, APRIL 21 at 8:00 A. M. Where predominates the Roman 10.3 per Catholic cent:: of the Church children '

W. Hill, the Narcoosuee company, the mills of which are attend school and where the Protestant ;
ter-merchant, is transacting alongside the A.' C. L. tratk, churches predominate 20.3
'4 \ here today.A. three miles below Campbell, is attend. Draw, you own conclusions i
'jI. j\ city today attending. to private and make your own choice.
+I. nlc I W. Flathers of Orange matters. Reader. y
was among the prominent out of
Y C. Dutton, president of the Dut- ri z
men here Tuesday. '.
company, which company Kissimmee M Katz Kissimmee LAYMEN'S MEETING. ,
. ,Ai Mrs. B. F. Childs of St. shoe stares at Kissimmee and '
+I", .. is the house guest of Mrs. W. spent Monday here looking .. The Rev. S. W. Lawler, pastor of the-.:; ,
Ferrell for a few weeks. this end of the line. Methodist' church led the layman's.meeting .l* l'
r last Sunday, and we have:
Whispering Bill Spier, the tree -Riding saddle, must be in heard many commendatory remarks)
is in the city this week looking class condition, and cheap for r about his earnest practical addre s. "" 'e'
'. his extensive trade. State weight, style and low- The Rev. R C. Weidler+ will lead: ; 5
cash price. P. O. Box 394, Kis- the meeting' next Sunday afternoon: !" F''
,. At> the Baptist church Sunday Fla. 17-lt and this announcement Is itself an assnrance -':
A. J. Holt the pastor will - of a warm live meeting.-' +4 t

morning and night, RENT-Two rooms furnished J. B. McNab. wife and daughter and Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck, Mr. and W. R. Wooton. representing the There ought- be a Urge number .of,..
The subject at the morning first floor, either for tighthouse- who have spent the winter here left Mrs. D. R. Blenis Mr. and ,Mrs. J. Mosler Safe company of Hamilton, men and boys In attendance. ';-,-
i .; will be "Life and Immortality." or for sleeping; very rea- Tuesday for their home at Salem D. Clark_Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lupfer, Ohio, was calling upon the trade here This Layman's Christian Union is -
] "The New Commandment"Let Apply to 114 Main St. Ohio. Mr. McNab is M well bleated Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cole, Mr. and Mrs. today. His home is in Orlando but certainly doing great. good and far' 4
night. WK"M. 17-lt-pd with his stay at Kissimmee that he J. M. Willson Jr., Mrs. W:B. Crawford he travels over south Florida in the steadily growing in power for good.
everybody in Kissimmee will be with us again next winter! at Miss Lenore Richards, Mr. W. A. interest of his company. It should have the prayers and hearty,
; .. church next Sunday. Goto the H. R. May spent several which time it is more than probablehe Smith and Dr. Simpson. The entire I support of the entire membership. of
of choice, but "Go to at St. Cloud on Tuesday, assist will become a Jet'1II&nentealden party motored over and returned home : CARD OF THANKS.Mr. the churches. '
your the local people in extending the again after the festivities_ were over., I and Mrs? J. D Sneeringer. desire '
I Mrs. C. E. Denlg of hand to the hundreds of vis Mrs. Predict Graf.'wife of Emal f to thank the people of Kisstonmeeand COUNTY. COURT
a,, spent Saturday. heN shopping in attendance upon the annual Graf, an old soldier .whoseformer Mr.'and Mrs. G. N. Abbott after I the G..A.'R. for their many kind --4 . fy
f'V' our stores '-of the! G. A.' R. home was 'In Worthington, Minn., died spending the winter' months at their i ministrations during the recent Illness State, vs.:' Sam Le... e;' gamblings
at their home in St. Cloud last Sundayand winter home in Kissimmee-returned I and death of their beloved father Mr. Continued., ,'
E. F. Collier, who operates a Miller who came -here last the body was sent back to Minnesota to New Mtlford, Conn. Wednesday. I T. C, George,'all of which is appreci- State VL'William Yatos;' improper t
turpentine still at Narooeesee, from Petroskey, Ohio was so ; Tuesday morning for burial accompanied Before making' their departure they i ated more than mere words can ex- exhibition of dangerous weapon. Cone
t transacting' business here Monday.Don't pleased with conditions generally I by Mr. Graf. He received called at the Valley Gazette office and press.Our grief was lesesned 'by tinoedv :: ,
he decided to remain permanent who ordered their paper to follow themto shall Yates"Improper" ,
fail to get some of that the sympathy of all his comrades these kindnesses and we neverforget State vs. William ;
broidery Monday>7 IncVw wide; on Monday purchased property>> were in St. Cloud this week. their summer home. This isMrsAbbott's such faithful people as these exhibition of dangerous weapon.. Con-, '
first winter in Florida and
City. 1
Limit Store. MR. AND MRS. SNEERINGER. tinned.
yard. Dollar A. Tanner of 'Creston Ohio who she was loud in her praise of. Klssim-. State vs. Gill Thomas; assault anAi !. .
r- w J. A. Blackwell the Ashton; A. Thompkins of Taft, formerly spent the winter at Maitland, was a mea as a winter resort. Mr. and Mrs. EASTER EGG HUNT. battery. Continued. .
tine operator, was in the city Binghamton, N. Y., was a pleas- pleasant visitor at this office for a Abbott will return to Kissimmee ear- Last Saturday afternoon the Sun- State vs. J. ... Jones; aggravated,
day looking after the spirits caller at the Valley Gazette office short time Tuesday afternoon while ly in the fall for the winter. day school of the Presbyterian church assault Nolle pressed. '
afternoon while waiting for waiting for a train to St. Cloud, where had a most delightful time on the State L. assault and 9
vs. B-Drawdy }
Butterick patterns at half pciIBc ) to continue his trip to St. he Joined in the G. A. R. celebration.He church lawn on Church street The< Continued. : ; .
patterns 7tte; lOc patterns d, wheN he went to join in the G. like almost every other northerner, CANNOT DO WITHOUT IT. superintendent and teachers assemble batter Yetman vs. B. F. Raffs -damages + ....
r tf On sale at F. H. Lawson's. festivities.. likes Our climate and will return to and concealed quite a number of colored .. $600. Continued. y

in Montedoca of Whittier, who this suunny southland again before i We receive, almost daily, letters Easter eggs, after which the children B. F. Bobb vs. G. L. Fleming. danv- a'
T. M. Byars of Apopka business was and the misfortune to shoot himself the snow flies. I similar to the following, which we have were turned out to search for ages $500. Continued. .
t '! simmee Monday on gb the'palm of his left hand a 'publish to show how our winter visit- : them. The hunt lasted for several New South Rubber Co. vs. Kissfanmee ;:
this office a pleasant call while ago, was in the city Monday N. F-Bass. who for the past yearhas :-pra feel after returning to their homesin I hours and all enjoyed the sport to the Auto Co., assumpsiti: damages,
been building depots along the line the north _. fullest extent.
Charles M'ontsdoca, manager of stated that the wound was so far - $360. Continued.
-:---- mnseryatNarcoossee that he could now uae the of the A. C. L., returned here the past Moreland, Okla.. April 11, 1914. PROHIBITION'PROGRESS.. Waters St Carson Grocery Co. '-.
week and stated that ,
Ing business here Wednesday. : with very little inconvenience. he would contract for sum- Editor Valley Gazette;Ktntmme;-Fla. ---- ---=-=--- C. M. Hart: damages 400. Verdi y ?r
mer buildinghere .Dear Sir; We are back in Oklahoma Both branches of the new legislatureof $218.60 and costs. _
Kirby Smith returned here CalrU whose home is in Miland, but in the fall would again con- again. The folks did not want Alabama is to be overwhelmingly Py.
r after week spent on the range ., but who has spent the past win nect with the' railroad, having been 'to stay longer in Florida, but now in favor of prohibition-possibly ''i
... 1. cattle for the Orlando, was a pleasant caller awarded the contract for the buildingof
_.. ing spring
'J 'f up they are willing to return, as we are three-fourths. Verily the saloon is
\ office Tuesday, en route to St. a dozen passenger depots in North having a regular snowstorm here this doomed.W. .
Hon. Roma Thomas "' and South Carolina.
- 1t:1.: "Where he attended the G. A. R.
't.. Kissimmee official life at the G. nt. He is very much pleas morning Wheat is looking fine here, but we M. Saver, now located on Brack I HISTORYAncient i
I reception at St. Cloud on Florida and expects to return Alex K. Sessions of Waycross, Ga., would prefer being where the street, who has only been here two
! 'a'aItti'at' evening1. again next fall. and H. H. McElroy of Pittsburg, Pa., ,blossoms perfume the atmosphere.We orange. months from Detroit, Mich., paid thisoffice ,
who are spending: few days in this
Florida a pleasant call yesterday long
. Randolph Young and Wm. F B. will be back in again
O. Flood and T. two city were the guests Tuesday of A. E. enough to tell how well he
us pleased
- before another winter sets in, if noth-
{ two of Whittier's prominent busi-
most prominent Thomas the New Eden
on m
with the change he has made and
hinders. was China raised Nation 01'Onr
business ing a
'.d i men, were transacting ) were here Wednesday. The visitors much
men were
. plantation.
ordered several of the
I hereby hand you money order for copies Valley Four Hundred Million Rice tatA: :
I Tuesday.C. gentlemen acquired the Kissim with the in which Mr. -
,- ( pleased manner $1.60 for the V"I1 1-Gazt..e; we Gazette to send to-friends In the north ers.
':Itti D. Carroll and O. C. McLean, Furniture company few months Thomas is conducting a farm of such cannot get along' without it. that they may know the truth about
: ; operate a big' turpentine still and are in more than pleased with magnitude and stated they were! convinced Very truly, i what Florida really is like. He is already They annually slay .over a irMWqir 6
which the business U that Florida was the coining' who
booster for this south- cannot eat Rice.
in the city a strong
Narcoossee, were
i'p. conducted by their manager, E.. agricultural state in the Union S. K. GEERDES. .
7 touch with the spirits land.W. Our o'Wll-Soutbem States were never n

ket. : J. E. Harper, engineer the Woodall ""ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA. L. Panned the concrete builder', populous or prosperous till they. j
:{1jy; /\ A. B. Vance, proprietor of,the ,, M. Ferrell authorizes the Valley Cypress company had the misfortune of Apopka. was a business visitor In' began to raise and eat Rlee.. [
\..:'.<. moreland hotel at Jacksonville, to announce candidacy for to be in close proximity to a Kissimmee Thursday and paid the '1
",WI in the nomination for county assessor. steam pipe that burst on Thursday To those who were fortunate enough Valley Gazette a pleasant calL He Do you eat Rice. .
':'. i.:: in the noted city hostlery.Tuesday Ferrell is a young business man and came near losing his eyesight} the to hate witnessed the marvelous photodrama also visited his former friends and acquaintance flhe. 7
'' : /-hat county and enjoys the con full' the steam striking his productions of Geo. Klein I D. W. Clark, while here, WE SELL RICE
force "
'f "f Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bogus and respect of all who know face, burning him. lie was "Pompeii, "Quo Vadis" and "Between .
' :t r friends in St. Cloud Tuesday'' and His card will be found in the brought to the city by Manager G. B., Savage and Tiger"-recently shown at A meeting of the new. Kissimmee 25. Good *
:; ; -" '"\ in the sights of the Wonder City, official announcements today. Poe and placed under the care of Dr the Dixie theater as well as those Audubon society officers and committees 1 L_. Clean Rice ._........$Jt.00
,. ; being their first visit. C. L. Hyatt, who treated his wounds, who were not so fortunate, will havean has been called to be held at-the
) ", ',. S. :J, Entrikin, who had and today he is in fair condition. opportunity on next Tuesday at Chapter House on Monday evening', i 100 Ibs. Good < > QC* inTAYLOR'S
." .- Come by and ace our window of Seing Peary's first the Dixie theater to witness Mr. Apnl' 20, at 7:80 o'clock to. transact Clean Rice ......,....%pO.O%>.
3 ... -JEmbroidery on sale Monday. 10 a. on one of hir"trips{ in search Every man woman and child in Kis Kleine' most! stupendous spectacular whatever business may properly come I .
3s >. <* at lOc a yard. Dollar Limit Store Pole but who now makes his simmee should take advantage of the production pi "Antony and Cleopatra"In before said meeting. '. Freight paid a* 10ft I'" or.mere ft* ..Nwile.
at Hotel Runnymede near Nar- opportunity to witness the great eight- three acts and eight reels of the MRS. J. M. WILLSON, JR., ..- ><.. - :
141.xl f 4 .., was in the city Tuesday. The reel picture of "Ant ny and Cleopa- most magnificent motion pictures ever President.
. 1r C. O. McLaughlin, traveling, has been r nested to give tra" made by the Geo. KJSIne company shown on any. screen in the entire IF YOU ARE ONE-WHO CARES,; bi
'* sentative 'of the Armour lecture "What I Saw in and which will be the attraction at the world. Hon. W. J. Sears, superintendent of SEE OUR LINE OF '
,t' company, 'is in the city calling on Northbefore a Kissimmee Dixie theater next Tuesday afternoon This picture is being' shown all over schools of Oseeola county, and one of
} "" ... trade. 0\ and he has kindly consented and night. the Fount In the large theaters of the rWng-yosAg( lawyers of Florida, -PREFERRED'STOCK-.TEAS AND;
.. ;
1'S. fruit so' .The date will be announced. The people'of Kissimmee are indeed': the at prices ranging from as clean man, .in nolitiea and in the COFFEE\ rA
1 s+ti, B. Story a prominent "': in t1 es. columns. fortunate in being' able to have such fifty cents to two dollars admission business life, as' found in. the state '" ,
er and cattleman- owner of the theM and .- .. f J'---'l ... ,_
attractions AI. presented here seat are being sold weeks In ad- was in DeLand the first of the week.; He -
*, .. / coossee section, was in the city K. Pomeroy of Orlando, assist and a Urge audience should be the vance. was here in. the interest of his eandidaey EXCLUSIVE SAUUTAT ,1 1':
day.- ofAtheFlorida ex- reward' of themanagfJSen: *" "Antony and Cleopatra" comes to for congress. lie report that 4' i j .
at the i Panama-Pacific Interna the Dixie theater next Tuesday April he enter '
the : the /race attar 'mature
J 'Judge 8."D.: Decker legal to be held in San ,At,-h. Knlj reception'i 21st tor tl'e
\ heM Monday In exposition Tensphlr4. one performance in afternoon thought and assurances: of unalterable
"j ., '' of St.. Cloud, was the court, in 1815,'was'in Kissimmee and ball given at,the armory in Or* ,_at 8:15, for the special..benefit n >port from prominent, r dtixeVs and : i
,tendanee county < f
0 ..- "'eon..nect upon that.cia ., mingling anth our citizens and Undo i Ust night quite .number of i of the children:: Admission.XOI' -tbl. titian >in: -every:county to the .
I -;;," :. .. the Valley Gazette a very pleasant Klasimme.'society folks were In attendance ,. performance will be 18 cents for-children ft;; ; ,congrcidonal district} Ton

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-,, '"B.. ; the well known ,," in working up 'the splendid Those comprising the party were: Hon. There will be two performaaeuatIIlnt. : yon are coin ir to vote for bin or not. .
.I.1D&D.ftOW Pow9 locatediti.. Cie rwater at the OrlandO fair held Ian and:Mrs..lj. Clay Stanford .Mr..and. ,.' t. and again at 9 He to one' of these mm Eked try all, Plu.l9A .fjilok D.Ytrir oul "
Led' through Kissimmee *Monday )"L ands' experience/will Mrsr' LL; Lapfer.. Mr., and Mrs. I. o'clock.seperformanoeatb: / and 1 if-elected to eongreu be wffl make i, ,..r .
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_' 4 ...: fAGE ft. :, ( ; .. THE KISSIMMEE: 'VALLEY GAZETTE, ; :" . .r I .. .' FRI0AT,, APRIL, 17, 1914' :;

: ; 'D" L.I HYATT .' n4 I

1 ., hold wararnt until other approprla* oTic .r AI'PLECATIOr4. NOTICV TO CKTOITOM. ,, -
4. Physician 'and ".. ;' Proceedings e : oLtheJity.Couricil( lions were" made.. i : '. .0 4. ,
I :'h. Surgeon TheAverage: ; .- The bond of & F. Tlsonr'marshal and .1". ... TI *.- e.4I 11_... -.._ ST. and 'lN tOI1s' TUB COUWTr VDGI. -.
y % Phones : tax collector, was approved. and .order 015,. U..raI ctat.t cC t...' STATE OK FLORIDA +:
.d 'filed. Slate .0 ::.. 1-. ra Estate: .f i. K. H.,...... oaeeet.
: I Office, liT X1siLmme.l There belnirno further business the CommtTi-- ,
4 I council adjourned nine die.. whereupon Notice I. hereby given that Mm. F.; T,. all Creditor.. Legate, IMstrtbutees
.. 243 I Florida -newly.elected offloera were ."..rn ft. Drum, purchaser o( tax certificate and all I'wrsons hav4Cg Claims or Demsinds -
- -, ; In by the.....ayorl.and the council reconvened No. 364- dated the Id day of July. A. against aald Eotate J. .

-- *. KIsRlmmee.. Fla. April 7, i.14. I e ; present j. W 1) 1901. 'haa Aled -...Id certificate In my Yoto and'eaeh of you, ...r.- bere"" no-
it. j. w., 8 MI.SON" The council net In regular !Thompson, a. > T. M. Rivers, tn"u': made application for tax tilled and required to present any
adJ6urnedHosslon : :
;:'I) th.-re being; present J. W. U. F. K-rlbbs. Koraa. Thomas and. J. R. deed In accordance with law. claim and demands which you or .
\ (Gilbert clerk. Maid embrace the following .
Thompson, preildent. C. R. Towel J. certificate either of you. may have against the
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: DKNTlaX. K Hush., n H. I'rather. T. M. -Rivers. On motion J. W Thompson was described property situated In Osceolacounty. estate oL-I. K. Horner deceased late of .
l' \\'. n rrawforij. rlty and Unanimously elected president of council Florida to-wlt, : Osceola county. Florida to the under .
'f for the ensuing year. Lot number '47, section '20. township administrator. of aald estate -.
I It r}lll>,-rt clerk signed
Up.t*ir. to Kat Uulldlng.o The minutes of the last Therte being no further business the 25 couth range 81 east -according: to within one year from the date hereof
( onro.-mt: t I a.. -. 12 mo.'t and, approved. Reports meeting of officers wereread council to meet In regular adjourned the plat of Narcoossoe on' din In the Dated February 27th. A. D. 1914. -
( t s.-KHlon! AVi-dncsday April Sth at 7 office of the clerk of the circuit court. H. M BREAKER.: -
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_ : to5:30.: w.-r'] examined acid approved, bills _
1i'Q werefiirii -
.9 t........,'TeIephonIN4.) *7 6 Jun 5. l Yr I | \ .'wnV of The Ivsuance ad) lot belno said assessed at the date
of certificate In theiiarne '
City Man J \ Ililt,. salaly as mayor_ --I 31).QI) ) |Tuesday. April Slh. 1914. of unfcnown. Unless said. certificate I' %
Tin- < ouncll met In '
I i" !I" TiaT' nalnras marshal regular adjournedH4f4floii
; ; DR. W. W. CARSON and j tuvij oolliM-tiir _ 7li 00) thr'r'' l being preHPTIt J. W shall b.. redeemed accbfdlTrtc- 'I I>epnr -
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law tax deed will IHHUC thereon the27th .. .
II"" .II i-4'i. HalJlr> as J>Blte". 50.00) Thompson pri-ajdi-nt; d. If I'rathcr T. on OITIee ( .lncsiiil.. Klvrlda, March
:M Klvrs.. Itornu dav of April.I A. D. 1814 :&I 1. 11114. -
Thomas (j K.
.1 Z UnhtMion ''' !ary A.. Krlbhs _
DENTISTOffice ...- uri-r 2.100 lull J K .(JllliiHlllai -" I. cl.-rk Witness my hand and official I 1 ntKlnxlmmee \
.1 l It (;"fi''I.I'':t ., r-: 1':1.': .. 7B.OU 7 isle MJ|rovd: and onli-r/'d paid City. I" :27th day Notice la hereby jflven that Charlie \
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: over' Cole's > < r> UK ilf-put\ '
Jewelry:Store "H lur, 2fi 00 .1 I \\" WiahtcrhTlmlihir ) wniud duty $ J. I. OVKRHTrfKKT.Official : 10. 1911. made homestead. entry
,$ Office Hours: 8- 12. 1'-6 ; .1 \\ *'rinMi-oii, | hnlMrr1 HH mt-rn J Jiilinni. KUard dut.\ r>.no') ( )) Clerk Circuit Court. i Serial] No. 079b6.t for southeast quarter
Office Backs-Dp I li, I ,.f .'iin' II n IO I rrw AIv.I j if 1411 Ml duty __ _ . 10 I) lid ( H.-al ) Oscuola County. of ,uutiowent. quarter, of section 16 \
I phone 1 18 J, I : 1.1: .. ,.....1." \ ,t\n ",,'mh. r"I I ( !F. Tiftori, < ,, r.- of paupi 2ll)) no) 14-41 .____ Florida. township, 25 Mouth I rqnge' 27 east. Tallahaftncp L
A. Residence 23 , ., Tinnmll.i of --- meridian nan died notice of -.,
f "''I" ,1 ., "I 00i ) appointment i of city ''
3 ; vGa: administered for H I'i*,'*t4'. M- ".r.*- -".. nTfm- I ntltrrni-v wan lak.-n up; and th.firm :M>TII 10 OK AI'IM.Il'ATION I Intention I to make Ihr -year proof. to :
extraction of teeth narriiof) \'atiH Amn-wr. & Crawford CHtalillKh' claim to the land, above de-
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'i'-.t. ... < 'f. iw ll I Hal.try I i *e niml l h JlI".d I Iri, ri4 inlnal I I Ion by JudK'. T\ R. or ,1111,1, ,: II : :s 00 I Inil' Krll>l>.. Hi-rondi-d I hi ((1 ll I ITatlnrI.iMls sin, <:..,T.l Htmtnirm. of lb. ('"tirt al t KlHslrnmee. lorlda, on the OtIS
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GEIGER -- - - ... o'Hr\nn wan ili; :,'d III nomlniitloii *.,... or f<'ivnea.Nntli . du.or May, 191 4. ,
When it roriK-h to buying u piece of > i ,11.1'1'1'1'( for Mar. I l. ] 2f>0N'liifarn | < .
"*-' PIIYBiriAN AND CaQBXtM: I : ,IO.H| | St.implnrotk< I I l I" Itoma '". .......,ud..d I by I It -. Clnimnnl. nninen, UN wltnessf .nV. "
Citizens Bank Building. property that han l>epn :sadly neglect u. h r 19! T.: M Itlvir-K" The pri-nlili-nt" "-calli-d i forla I I. la. heroby, Riven. that SIre I K \ T. I l> of I l.iiutrhijian, Florida.N .
1"1",1, "/, ll, i i>nnt ln", L'l I :io' ( ,nIl vvtilch ri-f.ulti-11, In H Hecn-t' h'alltit, 11. linnm/ purchaser tax ci-t lllicatr, S. TiilleH of I.ouHbman., Florida.V .
Kistimmee, Florida ed. To my peisonal' ; knowledge! ; theie --'S ",. I 'r" ",. rnr.1 si 11\0>"- )| IH-IIIU i olin. ) vhlh olci I Hulti'ii Iri iiI No 799. dal,'<1 I hi. SIb day of July. A. \ I I.. HiillHnn of ouKhman, Florida.V. .
I ,I.,' '.1" ::. (0)" I I II. tin I, |ir) thin, \ .,lil will' I h r. II I OtlO.! luis tiled said certificate In my \ U UroiiHou of 1"u hmlLn. Florida.
'f (Phone: Office 297 or 64 are nlImeroualuiililf properties: \ ,1!" \ .,U A A: ("'r wforil MA I j Hiilti-il l IIH follow H itTIci! anil haH made application I Tor HKNHY: S .CHUHI3
.. Residence 265. I ,"I '' 'I'' ) otInronve 21 o I..). \'an .AiAtii-w Vir ( 'raw, ford 2 \ otrKI.I'M IltX ili-ed to Issue In accordanc. with" I '-51 ReKlater.U'I'It. .
14lyrM. close HI! Kissimraec whirl) the owners, L'l' .|" Journal) printing trut I t la (II I lLir.\ ,". n_ _ 3 voti'a booSold embraces the (oll j -
1' ptp-r .. .It I 25mi.V Sir >.(.iHr\kn .-.-.-..I'lnll a maj""I\ l ,00 lila; ileHcrlhed property .situated In :\ K KOUSealed 1111)-
-. for various reasons, would like to sell,' \ ..11 ,.,......11111'.11.' 4., pr'.... was di--lar-i. il Iccli-il li> I th.- iiniilinI I JeecolaI)U fl ty. Florida, to-wlt.I
T. RIVERS M. D. .2:; tc, ",'n',' UN city attorney f..r th,. intiuri Lot number 28. section 20, township I I bldH will h,. received by the
., that have not been favorably considered I ii-c.oln. ll .. I IL.II-. 4" "ri motion, It was MO olilir.-d that Ill.ltltilll '. the' plal) of Narcoosaoe.: on file 'In theofllre (','ola. ii.unty up to the 4lh day of May
i" A PHYSICIAN and SURGEON simply because they had been so II N (Ci.illnii: I..r..rI"rl.'I". tor )for I 0.- city .. .11 Innolllli.l of 1h.* elerk ofthe cIrcuit eourt.: I 1 !>14. an follows On Kasollne or oil I
: .:. OlBoe O oeol I. I : )1'ii-Ki t I :Murr iif cine-linn) 2 lilt Hull thi- clt ) w-Aiild uur*'pl ....-..1 aH cumpliti The sail lot being assessed at the date tractor ( nf .uhont I ) "
; : oyer "l'harmacy much neglected; that the prospective !J.: r ; \ .in-. VUIL-M,, Mur of ..! i.-< .1. an noon tie Hnniiwas ri-umcd nu7twilvi of iHHUfitiee. of said certificate In the ,- ,o';: 1'lnr fifteen (16)) racU
Riesidenoe 63 I..o 2 ,",,> i ltirhH tci pn-HiMit di'pth' name of iou W Washington. Unless horm-power. provided I 'at-
';' PaONES .- t buyer has )become discomfited upon I II. \\ (:", to. \I I I. ris I ..f |.1.| ...lnl 2110liiiiri )) :Thi- follow.lriK <'l0flli0til0CM: : wi'Hap- aald certittcaOehali be redeemed according tachment: MO arranged iaoabdl\r machine I
' Oracel48 I I ( "..,." J"k ..r 11..lmn" !1.. inl4-d !lo. !It..., prctiltiiMit to serve fur to law. tax deed will Inane. mtt> bi- tit ('FAil on Wit side of
; .;. considering; he amount of work entailed I I fui i .i..Ilud! r..nd.. .,1"I 25 tiniMiNUlni,? tpriri thereon on the 27th day of April A. D. roail while traitor, .enirlne.. moves nlono
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I'ltlztn** "a Ilk .r KtflHf m> chnlrrnan 1914 the >ntcr 4>f rliad
,, : I in making the place preseiitable. - liili-r.' ) si nn Inati. t+ 't* no....., T4iuiiuui. K. 11. Prattler.ftlTfrt WltncMs hit .hand nmi official Heal ..I 1 Itldn toovJr eiinliip and drawbarMttaihinmt
L '". J'W L. WINN "- Slil. I < I I nt. K IMAI in Iii, i I In I li; ,K K ri,. ( hatrmari. ItomaTlroman. J.ieeitoirietCliv, Florida this. 27th day. delivered "et up and demonntiatiil -- ,;
I-I, M, ,,i- l l.ian) 6 fliTi n i 1 li !ITather of March-A. D. 181*. I at) or nenr KlHHlftimee, KlorI'la -
".. .,1 PHYSICIAN ) i i nun, i 4. .l, l 110,111! of Ir...',- :'I'] Kuli-o "rdl...4e(1 II ] T..llil.ihHlrnian. . J 1.. OVlSRSTTRffiET. !I': I t. LKSLKY.: Chairman. .
,I., oii| I Lit .Inn, for 10" nd"i 1 5.. 00) T M. Hlv-lji. C. K KrllilmHnlMlnic ) ( In-f.'I..I\. Clerk Circuit: Court. .\If..t. J U IIVKUSTHKHT.: ,
Offlco 2nd Floor Willson Building. -- < \% i ;JrlPf ,in. fcsr:: iic<'rI.or d.--*- Itoma Thoml1.Ill1.l"IIIall.I . ( :Si-Hi ) Osceola County. Clerk 12-2t
,.. till);. f.i-iilU . 14 :,1."i; n II I'lKthi-r.' U F KrllihnI.lKSI 14-41) Florida.
r Ra PHONE KX ,, *. '\\mtrw. -T. :M .. ----
j DSjMCB KIMIMSJU. "IFlABIBl: :il I."I I h 111 s h<>'l.-i 111.) b.1..1..11..1 \,,( v *m ritvera.ihalrrnati - --- ---- -
Orne. PrOKB V7. I am aware" of the fai't I that \civ .. I i i llV |"IOllr. '.I III"! i n. 11 I I'ratlier, Konia Thoiuaa KI.ICI: "'.IIIOTKICT CM t.-\CI2S!'
7)1) .Ii. .." .1'.1".... .. ft n. .MAi.l.. ... ... ,ThNfltI __ n'I 1 *snlarr- M. l5ivi,. i-haltnian )\O'I'U I'; OK A.'PLU"TIO'"ur .
- V 1 many progerties have been allowedto i n'Ig' fid) 00 C; !.' Krlohn. IComa ThemasiV'Insncr Tarn Deed 571 sadS75. ( 'IT.. .., Hoard of Countv Commlnaloners. "

w r .. A. VANS) AOMKW W. .. CSAWrOSD I \ J l N. \ HKlar' a. .aV'nur 60 4M: Koma TliorniiH. chair I man I I (. -..r.1 .statute. of tbeMtstr ""','ola "',.uno', Florida. Monday.
y .b fall into a condition of disrepute .1 U < :I il.,*-t t. for fri-lKht" oi, T M. Klvi-rs. li II I I'ralhcrt of Klvrlda.Nnllci April, bll,. 1H14 '.
r-i TANS AGNEW & CRAWFORD.ATlCRNEyS ( flMMi I\ H.Ht N 2 25SM ._.'.r, -II I H. Prather. A tcrlar meetlriK of the board of
for no other reason than that the own lln l.umtx,' -r < 'o I"unh..r for, T M Klvi-rs. U K Klbba .-,'Uil, \ < omiTiiHHloricru. was held In theiroffice
I ,'n) ,." " '. it .rk 27 50II Tli4nbilniu l I ) no further buMitii-ss. the l I. .hereby irlvcn i that Mm Kli In the court house'
1: :::4 .ATLAWS4 ers live far away have been sick and \ ., l h II'' .a. ti.tUllrJgni.trs' 4-4iuni-ll adJiMirn.-d to meet In. reKUlaiH.union .Hrun purc 10..1' of tax certificate. in. on t tw above 10 Present o'clocka

""-"''M 'I HO'J' Tu.sda' .May Sth. 1914. at 7.SO S... SIlO ilaled the 6th dos of July. A. Chairman 1!:. 1. esley.. and
I unable to keep with the requi-'e. ''I JV T1IOMPMMN.' )' 1. 1899. has filed HaUl e.-rllfleate In m)' Commissioner -
;: ? .omI 5-t Cltlrent flank: RallillsiKlsoimmee : up II .1. iirdiiH Hurcnnrl 1 rH r- I p offlee. and has made applleatlon, for tax ., It V Jollier. A F. Ba,.. O R.
ah I l''UK loir* 10,1,5 J I'ri-nlii.-nl hose andV F Walker
41: c; Florida mentu;, or are somewhat disinterested ii; -,'ti I< .\til1an| ," ii" mT- I'li-rk deed to IvnucIn accordance. with law. Upon motion of County Commissioner
Salil eerllncate 'mhr. I lie follow IIIKdeH4rll
| rhnndlN-' >r fin* df pa rlm,'nt 24r\ O. It. Siam, duly seconded CommlHl '
!because of their interests in othr -: v + >ed propertv .situated In Orjreolneouiltl by -
An t iii'HM l-. I'ianf*' Kir.Kn) ,. ')uir A. .F.. ICass, the following1tfHoliitlon
trtn.- s '" m. rrha idIfor fl r.- .> + Florida.... it. was ,...,
.ic : :E[: D.> GEIGER. I lines of endeavorNewcomers ij. partnit'nt i T .0joi !Lot, number :XI. section 'J 11. tnwnshlpthi ( lUu.eunawiaatoieara i.-4n5') adopted,
(ii aJaa.ut..raaa4&-..*- ,- J'OUIICS IX' TIlEFOUJI1'Il.. -* lf- .....uth. rsn-s-e- --IIi1trrnnitnJr tri I IIIK arid consentinK | prraenrot-

:; . ----- r..r fl rd"*pa rt l",'nt r. 44 ,1..1 or N..rc..H"e4on flliIn thi- R.' I It resolved I that one election dJstrlct '
4 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW --- C' I" (;Hln. 'rn-larv pa v roll > > -:- .:- *: -:- * -> * -> -> * -> + > offlee of lii.tIerS U .of....H..8H..III.tinlreult..i-'nun Cal.-. be created out of 'the existing
Th Maid lielnK
l, (nr. company :3't', Oft lection. district number three said
c4 ,". nald .-.rtlU..a' In the new
#i Office State Bank Building tf-mlmm*.* \VaioiiVork:*, .shop; of IKMUHIII of . (II..IIt to l I... numh+rifd ten and. be It
fr! to Florida and the rush : work . .*.0 ( By R. J. Holly in Sanford Herald.) lIable of unknown I'nl.-M salil .rl'.1' furtherKesolved.
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shall I. -
Kissimmee. Florid. J l H < ;tllM-rl. |m\ roll for "t"'.-. < alr ( I That one election district
is just commencing. are going to locate linndH . 72 H. Politics in the Fourth congressional fun-' f"u-r' den_ f --.111 IMKII.th_H >>ri-4>n nit JI4-)| lie created of the existing district
; ; ;of ; : : > III.t I
27th' day April.V l
Mac h MroH. ,tcarnn for tr".t or the "Shoestring" district as it number six. said new district to be
i where there i iR the greatest indication w 0t k T,7 rl \Vltnens my hand and official atKlsninimee numbered. nine, and be It further
has been labeled
facetiously 27th ila\
F. PARKER. by Otty, Kloilda. this
QEO.< cltlr.-iiM Bank i>f Klsnlmnit. in I Kesolved. That the election district,
of thrift and a delight i in Ili-u of warrant No 147P. 2 157 19! newspapers, will warm up some, now of Murrh. A 1).. OVKRSTHKKT 1914J : ..... made a. aforesaid bo, and 'the same
< 'ltl*"-riH flank of Kleimmn! ''. in- that the committee has met and i : ... e. described as followsKlecllon
Attorney-at-Law. making surroundings agreeable.Moss t.-r. sl, on warrant IVo T6.10_ 2.' 76. the rules and regulations prescribed and ((OfTlelal) Clerk "Circuit'01.. Court Countv. ; district number ten to em
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I Collections and ('It I z.-iii. Hank 4>f Klnslmnipamint *-*- brace all of township twenty-five south
t Conveyancing Florida ..
i>fr" Iil4l4'walk n-rtift-) the amount to be paid and the dates 14-41 of range, twentyseven east.Rloctlon .

: '' Specialties. iatiNo 91 . . .. . SM 57 arranged for the speaking. Congressman : district number nine to em
fi)pn--ia Hdiv C.> hulldfnGtnr L'Engl writes from NOTII'K 4>K ..'.'..U'A'I'IO\) brace- all of township tw>nty-one south
k ". llttt Broadway. idiziand matcriftl 4.;>2 I Hl Washington of range thirty-four east.
mrf-nla Mdw Co. niprctiandts- thdt: he will be too busy to meet the "'nr '.... ttfrtl I der "......0.. K74 mmfK7.V And be It further resolved that theoregTolnflr'
grown trees and trees badly! f..r.r..twork _ _ _ 1775 other candidates op the stump and he (.e..0'.1 M'..o<.-. of 1r resolutions be record<* In
: I'' in need of 1 it 1\I)I.* Oulvort <*0. car load met- does not draw "<.!. of I.lri4.. th. minutes nf the Board of County
constant to crowd for
GF.KRIBBS pruning are a eye- purpose a
aj m-,. 4-r plp- _ _ 1.3I919 I Commissioners, and that the same be
The is the that there \\' A Joirii-r salarx RH oujer- their benefit. It may be that distance I Notice la hereby given; that Mr.0'. published In The Klsslnrmeo. Valley +
; .'. ATTORNEY' AT LAW KISSIMMEE, FLA. sore. more pity lntnd -nt nt K 1P . n I 115.(10 will lend enchantment in Claude's case 11. Prune purchaser of tax certificate Uaxette, a newspaper cCu I .. ;? > .
should be such conditions when H K: iarrtncr. eatery as. enRlIIIIT but if he is physically able to Ho. 916. dated the 8th day of June. A. ceola county once week .10r'r
Examination of Title. a Specialy. every, Of E II'_ ._ - 7500 come t> 1898. has filed said' certificate In roy ttucresslve\ weeks.Seal .
newcomer observes that the trees J C Hurkler. fialary as linemen fiooo down here for a few minutes and see office' and has made application for ( ) E U LESLEY
,Notification arid paym.nt of taxe. of V II Kills salary as collector 50 00 the people it is my advise to him to tax deed to Issue In accordance with J. U. OVERSTREET. Chairman.

r, non-residents given careful want to bear fruit in. spite of their N U. I'arMons, .nalar> as fireman climb into an auto at Jax and over law Said certificate embraces the following Clerk. l.-4l
55.OO go described property situated inOsceola April <5th.< 1814WRIGHT
attention. -- '- --
many hindrances. The saTtle observa- Florida Kl-rtrfc;;- -: Co materialfor part of the district atleastIt is good count).. Florida to-wit

K U P---------------- 81.22 form for our congressman to stay on Jot number 32 .section ZOo township IS RIGHT.
tion applies to fields that want to be (lulf' ri4-flnlnnr Co.:: oil for IS.'f.: I' S8.D2 I the job lit Washington, attending to 26 south range 31 east according to
,- Pat Joint-ton G. P. Garrett Klertric Appliance Co.. meters. I the plat of Narcoossec on file In the
4 cultivated but are not. for E. IZ: P------------------ 67.40 the people's business, .instead. of laJy- office of the clerk of the circuit court. Orville Wric-ht- at a dinner in his
JOHNSTON A GARRETT Osreoln. Hdw. Co., merchandisefor i gagging.over the babies in his district The-said lot being assessed at the date honor in New York talked<
.< &. D"1 at Law K. I.. P------------------ 14.73 ; but many a good fight hrfa been of Issuance of said certificate In the fast French monoplane. which, now
McI hUn forK said
Fred au drayage of unknown. Unless cer.'
> hams
Offices 10, 11' ft 12 U 1.00 won by personal -suasion and the com tlfloate shall be redeemed according to 1 make 150 miles an hour relates the .
,, ", ** \ \\'. B. manding presence of the candidate I law, tax deed will Issue thereon on Detroit Free Press."They're \
tis.nank: Bldff. dls.. for E.: L. .f_____....-.-._- S.S might mention Frank Clark sh1'n.Ing the nth day of .14. fast said Mr.
as a iII'PcI.\\ very ,
1 Remember that the preconceivecidea aJ'd'
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J. J. Dann. shop:work -.-.-..-.-.n 86.75 Witness my seal at
,,:i/; Bllaaimmee Florida.. ..,.-' I 1 t'every \v. A. Sessions, drayage--------,- 1.2S example of this sort of campaigning Klsslmmee. City. Florida. this 27th day Wright, shaking I his head "bat
''', 'I northerner is that orange V. R.: Rills. frrlfrht. labor and'mipplitis \' and they have never beat Frank of March A. I>. 1914.J. they're-"

_ . . I 117fiR and will for time I. OVRRSTREET.Official Fast, indeed !" interrupted
yet hardly to a
and ,
i" :voms Go MAmr T. riCTOM WAlLOW groves are always beautiful \VII Jndravag.. "- _ _ 150 ( > Clerk Circuit Court
It is hardship that young millionaire. "Mr. Wright is
come. a on a man
MtatItnnk "f Klsslmni-i- ( Seal Onreola Count\
tass C.vIsl tur Judr of the >
?f i'lf! -?1srd.R.M.Ceeie. .Criminal Uourt that farm lands are satisfying thehearl' u ..".1 I tli-krtH 149 2.rV o he ia obliged to make a strenuous | 14-41 Florida. there anything on .earth those machines ;
\ A r "iii- ,'u wood tlckftn 23717 -- ----- "
two hold can't overtake ?
Y desire. campaign every years 1'-
: \ KASSEY & WARLOW I K S ..JJ.lIiiM"lJlari" .TIntiiiilfnt |
t. J .LYL "f .....I'.r aN;plant-HUP fid no, something that has been! given him by i I Why is it that when a Peach starts "Yes," said Mr. Wright with a

k ,f.' COUNSELLOS \\ Ill Yit: .-.. Malarv it-i flrtiiaiinrl the people, but the boys in oppositionto ,! to hoist to get on a street, car .a fat frown "there's one thing: they can't
l ,-\tra tini.- r >. "illTampi woman always ct'owds close behind overtake and that's their
our present congresman expect to up own run-
> LAW .
S' AT Trll.u") atr nileI -
..k ,,. '5 hook i I 2 tin, make a strong campaign and there are her and spoils the whole show ? fling expenses."
t ...' PracMa*IB all the OourU of the Htate and ol '
'/H.' ,the UDtUd States. .Ise before the Florida Rail"jnejl I urn in the !business of building up I, M I I Katz 'rrt-rrharnlls- for u-al'-t, many of them.
: pl.uit' 2 It Billy Malone will of I I
4'\\\ Oosnmissioa.. and the Interstate Cemmvro come out Key
b. ..... run-down properties ; of converting I >''mill''.ol 1..llltlniCH i M I I1 w ('0 rlp'I :341 t 12I. West like young Lochinvar and from'

". Ki, .... Jl-H! CJlMJMjtaTOH BMW. ORLANDO. FLA.. virgin lands into remunerative conditions .\ I. | i.i\lilsi>n, irit-ri halnl) <- t'i,tat air accounts he will have those loyal
;"f? tt 1 yr \\ ,-i pliinl I 2TI. > Westers ivith him which
: and of telling hundreds of .mj It .I. St.ttlfnu) Mnrk, on HH-r Ti 75I.uplir. Key to a man. Good fences---and lots them". will !
'ANDItE'IS JOHNSON .1 I r; d-nvnKi-| 7 25 means that he will have some two -
,. Canadian friends whole there are such -I-. 5\ l-.IIlN work r>n fur-naif 700.. thousand votes for a start. With any- ,
'p ..tL- -\ hot ..I.. Milu I'0. \\ork on H.-W like break in the choicehe
thing even
I' an
,ATTORNEY' : AND COUNSELLOR AT Iw habitations. I II n. 17 15I
L I; I: Mi 1.... hiilMliiit .lio-i. ,> tovr will po some and his legislative career I grow money for you. :
Practice all Courts I
Will in <. unil I ton t.I I 'li" I I M 20)) will help him over the state.
"1r" 't State and Federal 'itllti-ns (Iarik: ..r KiHslmrnpavlriu *-* Likewise Joe Seanfof Osccola coun- !

*; Office- adjoining Broadway >Ht iirtltliit.. _N.. .148 nnrllritir4 408 fiflHi ty has a large following:from his home I :

.' -- __ _ .K..iBaunmee Letr-me gv.. yot2-atT--eit1mate-ofth1r i4-44.n.-4ak--e4 KtRAi40fine, 4ft i people -00the adjoiningotjnties, Fence off your farm into a sufficient :
-, 1, -u .if warrant, No 1414 1 IH77Sittznt4 where the people know him best and ,
cost of converting your property into ( hank ofI...,tninnotIntir. when Joe the and be-
'A ) st on warrant No 1kft 979 gets on stump

H. JENKINS something presentable. I won't chargeyou J Z KobfrHon.. ,ni4.rrhandlnf. gins to talk to the people he will makea number. of'field to the ,1 '

: 11r;. clt\. . _ .45 most convincing argument about his get 1
: ; for an inspection or for plans for J It ( tilli'-rt, itiLlnpH. and eta -
SURVEYORFvaUralty qualifications. lIe is in ,
tlolii-rt .. 1 115K very popular: .
improvement. I have the equipmentand :S: JnhniHori H lrancrdfor the middle tier of counties in rotation of and the
: ; : iKl..lmm..., Fla anw...'k _ -_ ITS some of the east coast counties, and proper crops most )

I )0 the staff of expert help necessaryto Th 4-lalni pre InUl.I' pres.nti'd to his candidacy will have to be reckoned "
4f' oun.-ll I t.' ll I P" Krlhhs. attnrn.'v for ,
complete anything I undertake by : UKR A A Watnon. for infringement with strong.
1 .L J. HICKS on l propi-rtr l h v riGs I >n tructIon of Chic Acosta of Jax is a campaigner advantageous pasturing, your
DR., Physician the time the contract calls for it to bedgn'e. pub lti-)) :liitih.;. upon a'.r; 'of city at- and knows how to gets votes, and the
orriH\i* was ordered paid upon "..lIv. .
40' aad Surgeon people of the district; have already
cry of deed to city for lands Infringed
upon S seen him in one round. Chic has been cash returns each season are bound .
h.'Otftce Phones. .
; c, -- Claim hv Mach Kros for horse and over the territory in an automobile .
,- State.Ballk BId. Office 41-Res. 40 "tiirK> h-M l>v police was orderedSpal& r. .
and shook bush and
., upi ad\ lei from city attorneys every promises a I

: --, I am reconstructing five different On motIon .It was so ordered that bill return engagement';: soon. II to increase. At the'.same time fences :

'.. . .0..0. . ''pr"t.,1 h, Oscooda Hardware com-_ Albert_ Williamson of_ Jax ..Ji.lso and 'J
)' fur repairs. on aener next to J. M.
properties at the present time and can L....' he the well known editor of the Floridianis

; ) J Jirn' .& Dann look after five times that many.It 1."aKu"Communication* propert calling; council's paid.received attention from Civic to Fourth.well known He made to the the people rounds of two the are an asset, as they add greatly to :L

nsanltary. conditions at corner or Hose "
: years ago over the state and feels con-
venue and Mabbett street was en mo- 'n
cery Company tffifl referred to sanitary committee fident that he will be elected this time. the value of farm.

: Also communication from Civic lie is the original war horse of the any .

__j -BtMIJway-: doesn't matter whether yours is ..i-ajrue..d pri/mlscuoualy calllna attention over to the trash streets scater state and knows politics better than ,.

.d '\ and also to neglect; to property care for any man in Florida. Albert is unafraid (

,.'j big or little, pine or hammock, groveor city par"waya, which .. .... on rnotlpn.eferrcd and when he gets up to make a We sell good fence---American '

: I" Operatea the Oea.aeat Store field, good or bad, I can make it 8. J. atrer-t representing committee. the board few remarks spares none of his op .,:ii', .

aDd Sella the Freshest Groceries better than it ia and the cost will be of trade a man asked to represent that the the council city at deleate thepress ponents.Claude L'Engle the present incum- Field Fence---made '

ioI Ay1ou' .. In'Kiasinuuee. noining compared with what the Myers association and suggested" ,Boon to that mert the at mayort Fort 1 bent, is a most convincing speaker, but heavy and strongto '

.d..!"asted to attend and to extend being crippled with rheumatism is Unable 1
::4. Iii's.s i .is..i. oss.... . property .will be worth after I have In city's behalf an Invitation to said to make the activt campaign that

r . association' to hold Its next. annual convention made several and the last. The prices are '
r put it into shape. In Klsslmmee./ On motion aald he years ago, very reasonI I:

: request was frranted. younger voters who do riot,know him :

J.V.. Prentia. representing- board will 'probably demand his presence in ( .,
iE.iRKER of trade stated that they. were In correspondence able. We invite' call ?
,, with" ,, pmrttee wishing" to the field but he announces that he will you to and see -. '\' I

establish a machine ahop In Klsslmmee have able men'to cover the speaking

'Better and would Ilk* to know definitely when points for him. 4 ; ..
TETAjLOR > me about it .
now. Just the city could furnish sufficient powerto The race for congress promises us. .
electric Mr.Prentls .
run motors whereupon"
- some great oratory and old time campaigns -
was assured tha-t power of electric .
plant would be Increased at an and the people of the Fourth I I. *1i
: '
writeAlf. early date. are looking forward to some.big time .

; : W.: J.effort-n. IVoodbeck-stated was beingmade to council to organise thatan when the- candidates meet in Joint de r:

.-, ': Wlen Paw 1* out W1th Maw sad a'p LawThe an up-to-date !> rdi.d: stated also bate. This style may be obsoleter, but Osceola I

ri in skth-tlght skirt paue sloe that and tile that board the county commission would raise the people. are heartily in favor ofm.elsngan4 Hardware Co. f.: ;

w I IMOIt fill over big ow pefeloper of Modern .ers' favored; an appropriation of tint, hearing the people who : iJ'
LI; so bo4r rbb And ,. Farms and asked 'that the city appropriate I wish .to represent them. and the. man #? ,,
'tlCOr; which woeld assiJre them of auo who puts .up ia\convtnclng talk will i
Box, 145t J .r..Eo.Jrafter.oi\alderatlenv. .Ru.'". seeonded by _O.-en H.motion, knock a lot of persimmons.. The: day* l t.

.. ...' an .appropriation'of-tm was aflDtwed. and 'Web ten r aT, Dot all d.a4 : ,at1d ;, Jhe' FaYOrtte store ot t Kissimmee ,4st ic."
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::7Kl ln m I I'd- ofrp4.- mad. approprla-ttona .. ,aton Upon , H ,,' "r"_." ..' : ."." "1'.h ,,- ':J; :..11",0:: : ; > "Jf' J I' 'l.r I ,,'
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FRIDAY APRIL 17. 1,14;: r 1< ' Ioj' THE iassni>i p1BEr' -VACLeET''GAZETTE't: '_. 'PAGE .. .

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FnsUsnfa Ylee-hMWht. :..-. ,P.,?, ** Of"THE PHILISTINES .' I.I' '#. '. .;'I'I'JJ'\J"' .. "iI' \01'I\ ,". '" " ....

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: If there was one,thing* more clearly <, :. - ', .-
M established than another by the hearIng \ .\ ., ,
before the Florida railway commissioners .

on the. long and short haul : .
.* Rough and Dressed ** law It was that the whole interior of Fruit PastureGrazing
Florida is in the hand of the Phil V . t '. .' _

istines. .
We are more completely bottled up "_

PINE LUMBER- than was the unfortunate Severa: Farming J. . \ ,; ,

The more authority given to the .
railways that have us by the neck the '

more exacting they (arc for their Trucking 'TimberI

pound of flesh.

I HOUSE BILLS A SPEc'IAL T It was shown that the railways go
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upon the assumption that they are -

entirely dependent for existence .

upon the traffic that they get from the
II M I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I II I I t I I H I M I M t I I I I I I I M I seaport cities, so acting: upon this as- .LADS" I

-__ . -_ __ .__ __.,. . .. sumption they foster and pamper those
places Jby giving them a rate that is .
C. A. CARSON President N. C. BRYAN Secretary out 'of all proportion that they giveto

the interior points, to the hurt and Have Them for Sale in Any Size Body'

injury of these latter places.

The Waters Carson They feed them, so to speak on the

rich, luscious\ meat, and feed us on the From: Ten Acres to One Hundred

scraps and bones. "'*-

They iro upon the assumption that Thousand Acres.
most of the freight originates and terminates ,,

T: Grocery CompanyWholesale at seacoast cities, and if they

did their not operate favor all their the systems railroads of of roadsin this A Letter.Addressed to Me Will Bring a i ;

1I. countrywould. quickly e go into bankruptcy Full Description and Terms of Sale. I

I. and Retail Dealer InGROCERIES
We beg to say that their assump-

tion and their fears are wrong! in toto

They are looking through the wrong --
end of the telescope.It T
i '
iI I is the -interior that gives life-'and --- -. D.G.McKAY"KISSIMMEE

vitality to the railroads of Florida and

I the railroads all over this land-not

': 000000000000 . 00 000000000 .. 000 000 the seaport cities. I

1 I. 0WT Whence comes this freight! ., ape I . FLORIDA
SELL: O 0 WE &UY: 0 whither does it go? -

HAY 0 ... Where is the great! crop of coin

0 HIDES grown that feeds Qur teeming mil-

0 GRAIN, 0 lions? Where is the great"Cotton crop ---
0 4 FURS, grown that furnishes clothing for almost t ._
read In board. In which he stated Everglades Cyp L. Co.,
the entire world Where POINTED PARAGRAPHS. open freighton
0 FERTILIZERS, 0 0 grows that his contract on the court, house lumber to county-------- ..SO
.: ., 0 WOOL, 4. the hay,oats and barley, the horses, makes work roof was out and that It the board so J. J. I'sdcett, meat. to road '
.. 4 SHINGLES, 0 4 .- hogs and cattle? Where are the apples Enthusiasm heavy light. desired. ho would take. the job for the O.o.olta S.I.-
.. and ? And many a toothless person indulges *s no price and under the. same a..rae., HW7ppii'i": to
0i oranges grown! in biting sarcasm mrnt for another year name. being to road rang .--.- 54.40 '
ORANGE BOXES, 0 AND Where are the trees grown from the ;suit the roof and ffuirantee no l leaks Harry road
., 0 which our homes are built and our A mean man always measures for one year for "20.t I sang ?. "" .4ct-
world by his own standard.. W: *. aklnson Co., supplies to
furniture is manufactured ? Where Upon motion, dui r seconded. Mr
,,, ORANGE WRAPS, 4 0 ALL road .-. .-. dDr
Whena man puts his foot In it he )gulnn waa Instructed to do the work -gaea- -= --
comes our COAt andiron; ore, our phosphata -- - lit<" iVf-F-'ma-aitrfement Freeman Blokes, S* days' workat
?- feels IHut-k-iekinlf-himwelf; farm ______..._____'.
VEGETABLE CRA1ES; o o _COUNTRY_ lim&, turpentine-and rosin Mr Jno H poor St.OO }
-- has been -Balsden came before the
And many a self-made man Klsslmmee i Valley Oaflett*. publishing I
stand before intelligent ,
0 0 Do sensible men up board and- allied that the public road financial I statement and

CRATE NAILS, 0 0 PRODUCE. audiences and say that if they unmade by a tailor-made woman.has the right of way running: through tb. legal notices ............. 10.59 N
depend the freight derived from The more rights a woman aouthwrst quarter of southeast quarterof Osceola Hdw. Co., ..upplaato.
t upon less she cares to'talk about them. northweat quarter of section IS, court house ___ see
0000000000 . 0 . 000000 00 . . .... the interior that they would quicklygo When divorced the real townehlp so rage IS. be chanced. mourn Osceola Hdw. Co,- supplies -to- 1
a couple are
into the hands of 'receivers, and, to run on the forty line, whereuponthe poor firm __...... t.75
acting upon this supposition, that they reason doesn't always show on the board agreed to make the chance. Bass "A Bass, meat to roang .'.1'
We ..11 field and seeds of all klade.t books. at some future dale.ttesoiutlons J, Z. Roueraon. rdugs to prisoners.
garden must exact their pound of flesh from
_. ________ ____ ecOr
and The high coat of living still enables.home for two new eleotlon dls- -uh u II __
t We give special attention to tHUnc'out hunting camping parties.Free the interior in order to foster, promotf trlrta in Oaceola county were read In :-'M- ..i..ifi.Eii.W. : : n. '.

delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. and build up the few seaport cities! *" to pose as the dearest .place on open board. and name ordered. recordedIn McCutcheon Ina case ........ 1.00 n
We are county: agents for good fertilizers. Ask uefir circulars ad So far its recollection this earth: -Chicago News.Proceedings the minute of the board of countyrommlsuioners Dr C. L. Hyatt fee Ex.!: L. M.
as goes and published In a local McCutheon Ino. case ........ "0'
pries on fertilizers. paper was the first newspaper in newspaper for four weeksW J. W'Thompson fee Ex.!: I*. M. of

Florida to advocate the creation of I. McCutheon, Inc case .J...___ 1.00
---- =------ Barber tax assessor, came before -
Cite fir*t railway commission.The of the the board and asked them to pay L. H. Inicram. cost In L*. :M. Mo- /
III111111111111111111111111111111111 him the balance due on assessment of Cutcheon Ina esss ....... 4.SS '
people in their sovereign capacity 191 S. same referred. to their T. M Murphy) cost In La:M. Me- .
created that! commisison and the A F. Base attorney seconded Culheon Inc. case ......___.. l-SO
present commission to see that these County Commissioners by R n'Y'm' re.t ;' salary of Arthur Walker-Kvans-Coirswell .Cora-' '. .
pay, sheriffs dock. 1'.6. a -
Warren was .ralurd to ISO month
freight discriminations should not con on _th. Rrounda that he was per acting as Ashton Turpentine Co, supplies .. .
tinue.In night ffuard to county convicts _,__ S.40

ONE-HALF INTEREST what respect have these rates Klaslmmee Pla. April e. 114: The matter of further surveying. for H.county N. Urstton-...,-.....II..WIY.........for'.. 14.40
STOCK FARM been adjusted, and the hopes of the The Board of County Commissionerso' the county was taken up and as there Mach Bros.. hauling for county 1S.S-4 ,"
people realized ? Osceola county met In regular ses was no work on hand at present the Robt. Bass, hauling for county ..... '."
in Osceola County slot on the above date there beingpresent hoard I Instructed the clerk to notify Dutton.Harrls Co shoes to convicts -
Is it right? Is it just? Can it be Chairman E L. Lesley. R V Mr. udlam.. county engineer, that h.' J
: .._.....-- .._..._.*-?.. 11.10
defended on any principle of equity LiTler, A P Bass. O. R Haas: W: V'VValkrr. : would be advised when Ma cervices .was O. w. ,.l.g ... .:-
Commissioners, and Pat John- neededThe hospitalearr prtsonNr' 14.t.,
that freights should be allowed to be to ...-. ;;I
for hundred anon, actinic a. attorney for the board report of the executive eommlt.. Paul Uodwln, road rk--.w;, K.eo
shipped through Ocala a and J. L. Overstreet. clerk.The tee aa to the maaesamenta of candidates LonnIe Bass SS days.rodman.. 'tS.OO
miles and more further on at a lower minutes, of the last meeting of was read In open board and aame or. Russell ftafford, SS days rodman., 1'0
rate than if the same freights were the board were read and approved. der.d'llIle4.nd spread upon the mil)- W. A C' Oro. Co, supplies >, Y
came before the vt........ court house .. : 1.1' ..
This ? bnl'aa1 I.fI
stock farm at Ocala
One-half interest in the best iq OsceoU count stopped them to.send a dale Report of prorlalona laauedto con 8. M. McClelland, matntenane.j:;' Dee
Well, that is what we (ire up against. which to ttte atSFort Myers association Viet forces wee examined and"approve I I. H. Inirram. feed of !) '41 DO .
the That is what Is done under the sane meets on the SSd ed, also prison punlahmtnt.Notary Mrs. 1. M. Htewart. rlson..r.l":' .1..0
splendid property fronts on a. large to,, county ion and .of'the railway' day of J.y rllA.D. 1(14. Upon motion bond of- B. K. Rail with the Cad McCoy., maintens no .;vS.OO ,
approval com of,A. P..Bass:seconded. by WF. Walker AmericanSurety company of New YorkA.ur..t".r Frank Kvans. maintenance ... 1.00 '.
cking'nc : mission of this state.. Chairman E. 1*. Lesley was appointed as was examined and approved R. D. Waringhaullnff tot
of the ir
road Has some. ---finest--- 1.r ingJ'nd in We elected them to see that these' tofO .. a representative of from Hon O T? Whitfleldregarding county .:...............__. 75.00
done with. th* commissioners of Osceola rmintyMr shortage In Oaceola convict C. W \11riRln. tobacco to road
and first class inequalities were away A E. Drought came before the camp was read In open, board and same gang ___._._.. _.________..-. S.Sf..
In the artesian belt ; has the finest of flowing wells part What is the result of the continuance board and requested a report from theattorney ordered, fll*.d. T M. Murphy cost In 9. W.

of these inequalities? of the board upon the roadsIhnMinh Also statement of account of Oaceola Downing cu. ____.____...-.. 1.10
B. A. Weathers merchant of Ocalaof Hammock grovel. whereuponI'at count with the slate of Florida.: I. H. Ingrain. coat In & W
orange land. a Johnston acting as aUorne>'. staledtliat The board Instructed the. clerk to Downing case ___.:-.____..... 3.50J
forty years' standing, told us. Mr 8eara. informed'htm that he drew A warrant In favor of the Cltliena J \ Buss, witness prosecuting '
\ He said that he had borne the bur had not been able ti prepare a report Bank of Klssimmrr. for 111411 for Interest attorney _. ._..______-____ 1.00
den of to do wholesale and therefore the board could lake no on frt"d warrants to May ), 1914 Palace drug, store, druffa to con
attempting a action until mild report was madeUpon. The rout bill In the ease orV.. T. vlcts ___ .'..10F.
We desire to sel one-half interest in this property to someone who business just ac long as he was able motion. duly' aecondtd. W J, Sears, at- IJlnikerhy for Insanity warn examinedand K. Williams, lumber--___ ..48F.lmer
but the load became too oppressive torniWHH instructed. to five. a written .ppro.dl also coat bill In case of Itass.ihoa-s to road. Bans 11.10 I
opinion upon slime at the next rev M NfcOulheon' for F. a. Cahill barging to ..
L. Insanity trees -
An will be too burdensome and he finally had 1 '
will take charge'and manage it. attractive proposition Ullll+ . !'''t-nn.I'd'h'::! t : : ::: A letter from the hoard of trade of poor farm .n. .h'u_.___ S.15Kfaslmmer
to make an unconditional urrender.His Air JV '', an r -'ir >.1 Halneavllle' Florida Invlllntr the Board W oV I.. plant water
References will be and environments ..did not permithim >-."ntiillvi.H or th.boatd. of tradvcame or presented to- the right party. required given. t brims' the board of county < i.mml .
going to city but had to Attend the floods Roads aa* Alma Urlffln. Dep 1 Hes; officer 0.00
a seaport ,
.' 'Ml*.iiHrH and naked them for a donation HorlHtlnn. which meets at that place on Jeo (' Hr0-11 son, Dept Res of- 1
he done so and had pursued the same for : support of H count Imiid i the
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business methods there that he pursued The wan referred to the attorne I open board by Chairman E I. .1..ley. H /hauler Dept Ken officer;:: > SO:00 '
I >' for the board for hi. opinion. with I Ian and ordered filed A. 1<:. Drought Dept Hes. ffl-
This property is less than two miles from the city limits of Kissim- here he would have grown rich, alC..nw"llhKI. If said donation |was The same rout. Ill! In the cane of Stale VM err ._ __ ._--.._____.___ 40.00 f
as others had done who had cloned up' not llleKiil I tin, bond would grant til- RV imwnlna was examined and approved Young Tlri.lall. Dept Re If. officer r'

We' also have their places of business in the interior request | i I __ ._ __-__... SO.OO ,4
: mee a first class high-grade proposition. numerous and flocked to Jacksonville.In Mr A L. Hunt and C W Perkins Sheriff' feed bill of prisoners was Randolph Young"" Dept Res, ofVF _
f lame b..lure the board with petition examined and approved treasurer's roo. flctr __ .'.00 ---
the seven hundred miles of territory from the cltlmiis jjf Whittier and Ke- t port fn tin, iiiale auHltni' w ... ..,I'1IT'Jtnl'1t.and \ Ie Walker Dept R..". oJFTtcer -
small farms brange groves and anything desired in the way of a Florida stretching from the Eerdido. river *.A.vt41e. ......'..,.hnrttr.-IHJllf/J-lo- / Rude appioved ------- SOOOF

- - .- -- --- to Cape Sable, is there a single and hard.surface certain roads In the The fnllnwlog"" bills w,re examined, W -ii'pCR.-i; :officer.1.: SO.OO:
of Mild towns. whereupon the Montsdosa A Tlndall. lumber_ 1..41 l
\'I<'Inll\ approved and warrants ordered drawn:
home wholesale establishment worth while?
or investment.We and hard-sur .
board aKreed to grade J R II I.udlam 88 days survey-
Is there a single place off the sea- face one mile of road aa soon aA the H I. .I..eslet._ commissioner. one lint fur county "" IIUO
4 00H
could get to It. Mr day I,. II iii--l 8ur"k.) rp '
called countroad gang fnirrmni. c
coast of Flondk entitled to be .
-- .....' _Itn. .' V- Tjsn-ter mmmtastoner onedav :
b f }he hoard 11.00
I have for modern four-room less than two blocks.! a i.t1'7 -' !:. traction and tnlleaire _ _ -_ _ 8 00 Inpiest -- ------ cici.r ---
rent } engine ,
a cottage A view of selling\ them a Ht Cloud' Tribune Sup
'I road.. A, F. liass. commissioner. uricday _____.....
lined th public S.OO
I With the exception of a few lumber to be on mid mileage _. __ 600',, registration 1;
n. blU .
and after dlHcunBltiK; the matter samewar John Davis. n::: to Olen St.
from the business part of Kissimmee, and two or three other properties i mills, is there a single manufacturingin paused to the afternoon session o, R Unas commissioner. ,, this magnificent empire of seven The board took recess until 2pm ," > and mileage ---- -- 1800 Jesse McNeal. maienance1.00.
I 'hundred and more miles. The board met. attain at 2 p. m. all \% F Walker rommlnslun.rone 2000 I t haa. Arnold, hauling for coun '
well locates! of the morning s.-.- dat and mlleaflre n
hi Ina present as ;
Not'one that we have ever heard of. W J. Sears, salary attorney for Lewis-Parker. : haulingfor. cotta11.00 '
I un 'board _ _ __.__ SO 84U.
I Why is it? A letter from Mr. W. H Pearce regarding L u..n .. SSOO
It BO ---- ---- -------------r
H Inaram care of jail
the charter for a ferry across I es.: : fee to I. :
: We have fertile lands. We have a . read In J F:. Haas Janitor .-- -. --- - 8000 pounty_ .
the Kissimmee.river was open convicts, -telearsm i__. _____ e.4S .
'salubrious climate. We have an industrious board find! passed to next ..'i.n.rV\ the I Jno. iJavta farm salary_ _superintendent __ ._- 6000H Arthur Warren salary iuar4U46.50
We hare intelligent board Also a letter from poor uu. W. I. Barber, repairs of county :).
t; REALTY CO. people. an Pearce as to a Perry across the 1<1.- H Ir Oelger, _salary_ __ and _fouropnvlettone ___ 68.SSB typewriter _u___________:____ 1000
NELSON people. We have timber enough I slmmen river was read and paned I nnu- Osceola Telephone C.. S months I" w.

, to supply the whole south with furni I I'at Johnston came before several the ot'lh.board .court J. balance_ ______palntliiK___. _. 1X7 SOKlsalrnmee phone. rent poor farm....... .00 I l''
-l of ,
as a representative Telephone Co phones Osceola Wournsl Pub. Co.. ..upO. <
ture.With I citizens of Shingle. Creek and staledthat I month __ S.BO piles to- county officers$6.10
all these things conspiring together a right of way would be given for rent one clerk W. Ashton, Bassenser roam, : e

; why is it that we can make but a public road In said vicinity It thebus J. and L. Overstrett auditor -salary_ .._as u.___ O.00T pay roll .----------.--.---- 'o.laah 1

REAR STATE BANK KISSIMMEE FLA. slow, slow growth ? I'd the would board declare agreed same that open as soon whereupon a. !. M Murphy, salary countyJudge C F. Prevaibloodun.71,00 Brothers, auto hire .good '
It :: : _ .. ._ _______n S&00 '
i Why is it that the seaport cities! are the right of way was secured. to declare T M Murphy-- salary Judge ofJuvenile road trip .._ 76.00
same a public road Mr. Johnstun court, _______ __._ I860 Cltlsens Bank of Klsslranvee..Interest
ahead in and bounds
forging of Mr -n k
.o. leaps also appeared In behalf road on road warrants.___ 114.IS
Isn't the explanation at everyone's Mart Ktokes. and asked the board to' .O. \v Ashton._salary_.__________iuperrlsnr ___- TS.00U J. L. Overstreet amount paid
r tongue's 'end ? reduce his taxes for 1913 on the grounds Farmer--u salary captainvuards Mrs. Nellie Cols for maintenance
JtC : H
that his valuation was too high same _. _____ '0.00 _. .."
Discrimination in is
freight rates for -- .uu.
was referred to the tax assessor !M J. Hicks u fee Jo;.. of W. Henry Bulllvan, maintenance.-._ ...* ,
r r YiYtYtYYtt'Y11J'YtY1YtY1YtY iiYtYlYtyilFiSFt ii''lilii the controlling cause. proper dW..IF.r: :; before the :11)1'T:. Blaikerby inr------_ '300 J. C. L.unlnic. stats treasurer.' y
came 7SS 6S
Mr L. hire of
Until the railroads different
of W.
pursue a OrV U Wlnn fee Ea. :: I-r.- "'
G +' policy this condition of affairs will board and stated that Mr C.he F.would Preatt T. Blackerby Ina____________ S.00 Paid r '
t ti \ had a bloodnound fee of W. T. from the various funds as follo..tOen..rat Y
J' wA , RARE CHANCE IN SUBURBAN HOME continue to stare us squarely in the sell the county for .,11. and after dls- I O.Hlackerby H Prather Ins-----------i.Kx. 1._ 1.00 revenue uuu.__._...9 VSS.JS
4/" living there. I offer for sale cusstnn the necessity of having a wood W. Road ____ --.u-.u--- 1.1TOS1
In of
f 'I As other interests prevent my my It mov..dand )I L H Ins-ram cost case '
face.There dos for use on the road was Ins---- SIS Fin. and torfeitnA. ________..- 1.MS.S1
'. place on Fish Lake four and a half miles from Kissimmee said equidistant is no other hope for it. seconded that the board clerk urchaae T.T M lilackerby MurphY. cost In cast of Treasurer's. report showed the follow.tng :. "
same at agreed price, and the W. Ins-_ '.00 balances on hand: . .
T. Blackerby
} t from St. Cloud. instructed to draw warrant for wa.1 Pitman witness fee W. General revenue -- .-- ..._.* ";
IY 20 of land and has amount F. W. Road fund '______1_.2____ J-Jji-;} i
property good .SO ? 1
\ > This : comprises over acres .. .. .. ...... Upon motion of W. F. Walker T5L Blackerby-Ins. ,! ----f ---W.-- Fins and fortfeltnro...___. ; .
> Ward
'''''''" : 660 feet the l lace front. Excellent fishing. ond..d by A. F Ba.... all former bids C. T. BlackerbyIn-------------t 50 School fund ______._;<__---- 114.14
is half fruit and balance muck. Has house almost upon traction engines and road Instructed rollers K. U Britt. salary Kuard______ '6000J 8. B. D. No.' 1. "Ji.!.:,, p
t' The l land I were rejected. and the clerk SS 00 8. H. (). No.' 1.------'a- .JMJ
1'r a', Dew stor> and a half. 30x30 ft. Has water'in the house,'two wells i W. BPHETT B 8 I to rtadvertls.. be opened for the on next'raotlpn regularMeeting en. C. L.B. Simpson BrItt. salary, salary guard-----roard.- Ss.OO d a D. NO.' :s_,..___.__._. .! ,
.10. to B. D. No-
: commissions --------j'- t.11.f1Sl .{
8 l Lypfer.
:' r (one.of these is.flowing) of fine artesian water good out-buildings of the board on the 4th day of tra..brr ."|.1' I a8..n.'r00' f_._----.1-- ; ,*
7 Ma,. A. H.1"idUm. engineer, C. L. Bandy oommlaaloa6ataxKIseI ; B.'D,.No. ....._.....)._--".-- ,1.1.i -

:M;, "1; barns and chicken I'UD.Lri. Fir., -LHe, HesJtk tmt AccidentlNSURANCE Mr. R. showing. county the contlnus.- : m. SJ.tS i ......... '
; '. County road and A. C. L Railroad run through ICRItL..J of lot ." presented a Kl.alfnme.-M.lboorn map : LumbeIvmMr 4.S4: a.
ion of the road roll 171,71 Tax _liNt.fs report showed the folh :
'n. Ashton.
W. pay I.
service with Kisummee and St. line and' also a
with station adjoining. Telephone* lie'road to the county wdpty .
-t y LUdlam also J. J. Damn repairs: on : i >wlns;# Oensraf' Ueoaso-r-j-oiloets
of Mr. ....._._. .._ .... collector. 160. .
: perfect. -Price .reasonable and terms Sreiented inowlng tl" outlinesof ..: 1. I SIS.16) auto license ry
f rf.: 'Claud. Title ,to property; very 2 Sonerit tldge that be proposed H.WR?May alt Cbtlreb..... 11I m.. I j.Tax oollectir-s poll show4S ,
r desired. to W.'Prentis. Box!; 196. Kmiminee Fit. f. .. : : ... v
.r girea if Awl 1, _:rJl'tM': :: ease b.two.rrLks TJJJ- InI: tI1o/- t '
o w'i: ; ; : .
l' -u. 37tf S.ceen.C l2k. : bat after dLse.ea fe. l-_ Th..,"' lss no furthor'bSslnosMi "*
C : I. ;
:, a1rA y c ass and Jrout '
r I board laatruot- : Robert Tinner, salary ...r4.....' St StJ for. the boar4'. motion for .'.Jounu.... e-.

tj r( . tYtyt't9i9, ! ; yt'fiitAlitfi! ! !Ii't .YtYtt! t !fi jYtYtYtYt,,! i :'. iYt ; ..NEUON> ,INSURANCE. ;.AGENCY. - :+ : : ed In.tC1 build Mr.the'O.coat tb.W.rsasne bridge'Ashton.of the r-4 w.....-.pel'YJ.lIIOr... ,. W.. J.&Tates,ro..cO'.PPIl'.Jir salary ruard_......'-l t -'',r....".. was adjourned made and seconded In ...rep ar sad, sosstotw boar_)., < ," .>.

blr. 01O d 'tt r'J': th.4tb4ay'ofMay.l1tttll> \ :" r- t'I' "
,, !, J .. w.ak 8ro.. bill on $
> :J "< taken and t.. el.rkInstruct.A 'n/ uaUaertn..toa.'work' U Lt&.1C? 'Cbalrmhtl.Jtt.M < ,
I I --ta.

:f: t. ,"Iletthe VsiUeyGa2* ;e u( (do J< You i .:Printing 1t! "." ;oi"Stat' >Bank. MM, .,Beadl'.B.>..MiJJ..... '., MJW r / AAflvttec r..4a :trtll'W./iron tam.'f draw Kf'a',warrant JI.l1 up: b q"alai',1:'.:f&.,., ..}....n...4 convict...itsBryan- amp'. ,, -R'.....e':-4t"t.>..-...-.-.1,...-',1>II.,...It-,.., liter,1.',!-...10Gaon ,,' 'r,;. '" ... ,I"1'J"' )L;i9PRRWRl1yT.) 't.-'" .. :"V. ,:". .VJl!:.b: i-Q-;, '\i"'!. .

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_ rl' __" .>,_.a. ..a-..*....> i- *. . .. .. .. .......__. w.--: ', ," _'" .... _.5.;" ". ., 5.. S... :Io ... ...;....._ ........o-..{,,, .*
S :STOMACH -I : : : while'a fence'sbc'.to'seven feet'l'lgh I : is 141 I I I I I I I I U IIIIIIIIIIMIKissimmee I SI I I I I I I Ii I I I S I I I I I I I I I II UI'S .:
: S .:.
I Xt POULTflY' necessary for leghorn.' The upper FLOWS i iS S
two feet 'of the-"fence for the latter ,

: SUFFERERS_ o i. ... may be Inclined inward at an'' angleof Furniture. Co. f ,:
_ _ _ 800, or a strand of barbed wire
SS .
$ ''Na lr'. WeMtJarfal StenucJ.'Rea.Wj : may be used on top of the regular wire t New Management ;
"j Entirely
; m* .U R.t.....ded and rraisy. HOUSE !. to keep them confined.. It is also sometimes -.: : '4"Under .,
% the feath-
5- necessary to clip wing ,5 t ''J
: ThaId1-WoIIa5- . --- I ets*; of one wing of these birds that DEBTFUNDS .

.'.... Restored persist in getting out. A. oard or 1 Furniture' S

)- -S -yLn, ..a aklrJaa.n''fniL_- ERECTION strip along the J.op of the.fence U not. : ,; .
*eet-thre anonta* advisable. Hens will often fly .over 1
,4,114 eaueea from Call Stone I isuch S H Household Furniture from Kitchen to Attic, a full and complete Xline.
an arrangement
_ __ .f tk. U..r and ... told I .
by ...... al our anoat proavtaunt I Isj "PosU may be set or"driven: into the __ ___ ,
2I Bbyaidatu. that. I I ground They should be set eight to' .
1 '
4S would II... lo ube loam I ten feet with poultry I

'y. 1 but operataon-heard of your to err Wonder.relief I I Is Title of Government netting, or apart sixteen to twenty common feet with And Investments From Baby Carriages .

't S ful Slomack Remedy and I woven,. wire. Corner posts should be
: _______ _aNd a-.[all treatnaentand. I I about eight inches in diameter, and I S

__________ ellreetiona. took it and according paaaedknndreda to I II Bulletin be set four feet In the ground while 1880 To 1913 j A splendid Line of Handsome Baby Carriages and Go-Carts.. ;'

: of Calf Stonea. I intervening posts may be four or five J Let us show.them to you. W
,. Since takins. yourNlanedi-, I S inches in diameter and set three feetin I .. S .
S I .
Ic dIM I work rraularl" and
Iaa't feel any in effect I.m praieine POULTRY HOUSES CAN BE BUILT the ground. That part of the post I CASH IN TREASURY INCREASED
2. ,svr 1I..t to all KIT friend I tkink' tbS which is set in the ground may be Bicycles ---.--
klrbeat. pranc. B. L. 1)00LRY. MORE OPEN AND CHEAPER charred or treated with some wood I' FROM $84.000 IN 1890 TO I II 0I \;'
B.ejeho, Ve," -
Safferera. ol Stoanack. Liver and Inteatinal. IN SOUTHERN STATES per&f>rvat.ive to advantage while corner -! o $1,012,00 IN 1912. S Iver Johnson Bicycles with coaster brake at a bargain.Kissimmee .
.A a_..,. are not liked to Ukj M.,... THAN IN NORTH. posts would be firmly braced or I S
Wss4.rflil . .. j I .
M.ah M..1 for weeks end set in cement. .
S .snaafha before tkey fee|. benented. ]... try: '-- All and Washington D. .C., April 14.-Preliminary t ,
'AO doe*- wklck ahould oaafc. yo feel betterS 13. Poultry buildings appliances on a figures from the forthcoming ]I .
I n. C., -
ia health, convince. you that will aoon Washington April poultry farm will be improved greatly bulletin pertaining to national anJ Furniture Co. : ;4
.. Tram houses be built more
I well and strong free ypu pain andwoJferinr may open both in appearance! and in serviceability and funds and investments
sad ei 4.e a sound ana heallby' and consequently less expensive in state -
S Stomach, aa it 11.. aone you in tkouaanda otherS our southern Htatei) than m, the north, by the addition of paint. One have been given out by Di- 310 Broadway j E. O. Garland, Mgr: .
: _L Wherever. It ia taken. you will hear may buy ready-mixed paints or may rector W. J. Harris of the bureau of
of theUlit.ed
: ICtbIa but.... higher i *.praiae.. Co to your according to investigators' purchase paste pigments and oil and I .
f. :.__ ..T, :. of -, the census department of commerce.
S............I accomplishing.aak about In the caaee treat of people reenlta! be it However St.atell department, a house which agriculture. (fives : mix them. All surfaces should be The bulletin, carries information for i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i ill i i i i i i i i II i i i i i i i i i i i i fi i i i i SI i I '

*..... eettd to Geo. 1L ) Cberaiat clean and dry before they are paint. .
'.4'' or klavr Mff. Maine will also the state of Florida as well as for
o J S4.U6 Wbillnic St.. Chicane. III. for a satisfaction in give ed. Use a priming coat made of equal
free book on Stomach Ailment and manyvratefnl good results in Texas and California.The of and linseed oil and I other states and the United States. 5'" 5
parts paint cover -
Si ''r" letter from people who have been best site for n poultry house in'' The data were compiled under he supervision -
,. : *..otored.S with one or more coats of paint i of John Lee Couter, expert CA.EiSO: F.A.R: :ER: \
location is one where good water "
//I any which; should be thoroughly rubbed I in of the J: S :N'CE -
For Sale In Kissimmele By and air drainage are available. The into the 8urfa'e.WhitpwRsh special agent charge inquiry '\
S will then be drjThe on wealth, debt and taxation. .
floor and yards
u ,$( J. Z. ROBERSON ', is the cheapest of allpaints which will be issued Successor the Dozier Leitner
house should not occupy a low hollowin I The bulletin soon I to Agency .1
and be used either for
exterior -
f. And Druggist Everywhere. wbich cold air seltlen. 'Wtierever may will contain statistics for each
interior surfaces. It be
southern southeasternexposuro or can I year from 1890 to 1913 inclusive as i State Bank Building ---1
L' possible a or
I 1kit made by slaking: about ten pounds of .5 S ,i
should be selfdoi, althoughthis j : far us statistics are available, and will I
: -. .... + .. . . + . + is not cHCsntial if there in any '|cUickltntem a pail with two'gallons"of I also contain details for the year most
water, the pail with cloth \\
I to 1880 thus -
good reason for facing: tle) house in a nearly corresponding ,
or burlap, and allowing it to slake for I
LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEY different direction. I making it possible to show the general
t' .j one hour. Water is then added to I
"Poultry House Construction" is the movement during a period of over
bring the whitewash to a consistency 7---- ;
t AT LAWSPECIALIZING farmers' thirty The bulletin will show I
title of the department's new which be readily.A I years. "
SS X _ bulletin ( No. 574)), in which are explained may applied the total debt of the states as well as
the main features that shouldbe waatherproof whitewash for exterior I many details such as the various THE H. G. SIEVER
IN surfaces may be made as follows J
At '? classes of outstanding bonds and :
considered, and in which picturesand I I special S ,
: ((1)) Slake one bushel of quick-
houses debt obligations to public trust
ABSTRACT plans of satisfactory are
lime in twelve of hot I
gallons water
shown. ; who contemplates funds. It will also show the floating
Every poultry man
((2') dissolve two pounds of REALTY COMPANY
common I'debt
S AND poultry buildings and its component parts.
S erecting new -
salt and one pound of sulphate of zinc I
WORK is urged to write to the department "funds and-investments" will be shownteparately I j
two gallons boiling water
bulletin which ,will be ; pour | all the different funds, and
this ,
((2)) into ((1))I. then add two gallons) of
TAT.aAP4I.LDtI.: sent him free on application, as long skim milk and thoroughly. White. in each y. o 4 . . . . . .o as the department's upply lasts. mix I j he shown. The population of the states 4
j wash spread lightly-over the surfacewith under .$5.00 per acre. -:- -:- -:- -:- -:-
*S .S "Col fur each consideration will
and the
S year
The -InlenHivc'Sytttem"
ony System." I a broad brush. be used, and the per capita debt (less 1 Prairie Land Orange Groves, High Hammock: Lands. j

; S'S S ,.."... 0' 0 ; 0 0 ; t tot f -Thrn tjrr- ,-two- fmptjlar- Yin fwhi..h i wnkmtr fund Lands at All Pricei aJE.TIyTthOL :
to raise. poultry, the "intensive i'I An i inspection of t.he.ableR'f for I '
M. TILLER system'1' and j.hp "colony system." The I ItINERARYCONGRESS Florida in the bulletin soon to be is- 2,000 acres Stock: Ranch will exchange half .. 1 1I

I fist of these aims to save steps, and HINI l shows a bonded indebtedness of other real estate -:- -:- -:-

4. r | Real Estate Agency. I accomplishes thIs purpose. Long stationary $1,275,000 in 1890. This was reduced :

houses' are used It is easier to $1,183,000 in 1901 ; in 1903 only < Groves sizes and

................................ however to keep the birds healthy andto $(;OOO) in bonds remained ou'tstand-i ? #
S reproduce toll<' stock under the ec- ing, and this amount constituted the ,, .
Realty bought and sold. ond system. total bonded indebtedness of the state'' i ,

4: \ Houses rented. Under the colony system the birds in 112! The floating debt consistedof I

: Taxes paid and Titles verified are allowed free range the houses, temporary loans in amounts of _
which hold about 100( hens each, being from $100,000 to $200000; from 1"89 .1S '-
for non-residents. CANDIDATES -- ..
S "S placed from 200 to 250 feet apart, so to 1S99. inclusive: since that time thiq ___ ._.. S - 'z-; ...I
T Fjre Life and Accident InV that the stock will not kill the grass. fundha"'en composed exclusively ofoutttanding j:

S surance. This system may be adapted to severe warrants. No accurate RAIROADS GRANT '! TO MAKE:

i Inde/nnlty Bonds. winter conditions by drawing the colony I reports have been received for 1900( 'I I .
houses together in a convenient I 1901 and 1902 though the amounts!!
; S place at the beginning of winter thus Will Speak At Kissimmee were too small to make any appreciable REDUCED: RATES: I S GEMS BRIGHTER: :

reducing the labor during the cold' I difference in the total debt The I t
months. The first system is more -- debt jctuated from $4,000 in1903 -! 1

suited .for hens used solely for the May5thWHEN l to 118,000 in 1912. ONE FARE FOR ROUND TRIP TO j' ANCIENT EGYPTIANS MORE ,

nOHlLLOCK production of market eggs! than for In the case of funds and investments j ALL WHO ATTEND CONFED- SKILLED IN TREATMENT SS

; those used to breek stock. _mj-ji_ I both cash and securities showa ERATE REUNION. THAN MODERNS.The S
...... As Few. Fences as Possible. general increase during the period.
Si REAL'ESTATE Fences mean an outlay of money, OUR PEOPLE WILL BE The securities increased from 91,062-
and this outlay is more or less continuous GIVEN AN OPPORTUNITY TO 000 in.1890 to $1,768,000 in 1912. The Jacksonville, Fla., April 14.-The jewelers of ancient Egypi ,:
----... be maintained from railroads centering Jacksonville and knew more than modern craftsmen
S as they -must SEE W. J. SEARS "EAT HIS cash, though changing naturally .
;,. .( INSURANCE: after being installed. There should be S year to year, increased from $84,000in having line into the various section would shine and sparkle. Such gems;. ,'
..S as few fences as oossible dividing".the ALl :.. 1890 to $1,012,000 In 1912. of the state of Florida have announced as the emerald garnet and jacintb :LI-

.b: iota -and the yards, as land ,can be ---.0 The sinking fund assets decreased a rate of about one fare for ,the were livelier and more luminous in the e'
txamiHatiofl of' Titles kept "sweet" more eatly if not fenced,j Sanford, Fla. :April 1i"-The cam from .$243,000 In 1890 to $160,000 in round trip for the benefit of reunion days of the Ptolemies than they could .

....' and fresh, sweet land is a valuable asset paign committee of the Fourth con- 1901, disappearing altogether in 1903; visitors who wish to see Florida while be madetoday.. It i. known that the _--y

:SipecIaty.Cbfresoondenoe | jji poultry-raisin. .' I gressionsJ district of Florida met and hence the debt less sinking fund assets attending the Confederate meeting in diamond, ruby'; emerald and kunzite, ", '",

., ... . . On good soil, a greensward may be I adopted an itinerary for the candidate was the same as the total debt May. become phosphorescent or fluorescent ,;
T Solicited. kept up by allowing 200 to 250 square for congress from this districtto from 1903 to 1912. These rates apply not only to Flor- under certain circumstances. .

S ,.....;J f .' feet of land per bird. This means 217 follow' in addressing the voters of I The decrease in the debt and the ida points but to principal points in Gems exhibit the liveliest phosphor:, .

) ,j, . ... . : or' 174 birds per acre. More pace the district.All I increase in population during the thir- the states of Alabama, Georgia; Mississippi escence in vacuum tubes. Even ia t
i II Accessary on poor or light land. A candidates are requested to cooperate ty-year period brought about a marked North Carolina and Tennessee -, rarified air some diamonds give out .'
larger( number of fowls are usually in making this itinerary a : decrease in the capita debt. as well. There is also a rate of a blue light which is not present in ,
: kept to the acre where double yards success to the end that the voters of per $32.90 to Cuba and return. I a denser atmosphere. In a vacuuma
j: C.W.GRIFFINS are used and the land is frequently the district may hear the issues of the In 1880 the total. debt of Florida at The tickets are on sale from May 6 diamond of four or five carats gives V''

cultivated. Plymouth Rocks, and the campaign discussed by them. the close of the fiscal year, December to 10, with final limit to reach Jack as much light as a candle. The color /
ther heavy meat breeds in small yards The meetings are to be held in the. 31, was $1,325,000; in 1890 it was $1- sonville before midnight of June 2, 'of the light' differs not only with the

\ Staple, and Fancy require fences five to six feet high, evening, and the congressional district : 375,000; in 1903, $605,000; and in 1912 thus giving visitors almost a month in origin of the diamond but with the

= committeeman in each county i is to it amounted to 619000. The popu- which to see Florid* after the ose facets of the same diamond. Mas
---- arrange for and look after this meeting 'I lation of the state increased from 269-i of the reunion. Stopovers will'be permitted kelyne made a collection of diamonds

: -GROCERIES!: : or meetings, to be held in his 000 in 1880 to 803,000 in 1912. I at all stations in Florida and which glowed ina vacuum with nearlyall

MAKES BACKACHE county. In 1888 the per capita debt was at all stations in the states covered by the colors of the spectrum. An

J The following itinerary was $4.36; ten years later it amounted to the excursion rates. uncut stone which was roughly cube
adopted: $2.88; in 1900 it was $1.95and; in [I shape, with truncated corners and .

S l ,_ Fret Delivery to all Parts QUICKLYDISAPPEAR St. Cloud-Monday- May 4th. 1912 it had decreased to $0.77.In EVERY TOWN NEEDS CLEANING. edges, emitted orange yellow light

Kissimmee-Tuesday, May 5th. contrast with the state of Florida I from the face of the cube, pale yellow

54 of the City A Few Doses Relieve All Such! Orlando Wednesday, May 6th. ye find that, taking the entire ___EveAif-you--live-in..----well from the corners and! lemon!.. yellow! S
. ,...,. from the flat edges. .
fund fbr -5-
---- --- Mii.n.BladderWeaknesj -Saufor4Thured.yMy7thDeLandFriday - debtless( --sinking HBeBtsT town there is much that can Ju1aWD.1
"! ._. -- May 8th. the forty-eight states, the average this spring to make it still Next to the diamond stands the ruby"
4 a. Kidney and Rheumatism
Palatka-Saturday, May 9th. par capita, according to the latest report tractive. Work that you do with trees as highly phosphorescent in a vacuum.

. Promptly Vanish Green Cove Springs-Monday, May is $3.52, or nearly! five times asgreat shrubs grass and the tin cans back The ruby emits a beautiful red light' '
S \ .. .... ...... .. ....... llth. as the per capita debt for flor- in your alley will increase the value of,I as though it were incandescent. Kuflef

'," It is no longer necessary for any : Jacksonville-Tuesday, May 12th.St ida. In ratio of decrease the per I your property and ;give you a good I Iap cite; shines with a golden yellow or' ;. .uififer wibbaekacng, lud- capita debt--of.Florid. fell from-$4.3&' ,ettte. -- yellow tinged with rose. The emerald-. --r
May I
: Augustine- 'Wednesday,
: :SIrfgr'F1emitrg) neT trouble, have disagreeable bladder In 1880 to $0.17 in 1912. whereas the' "For village improvement to be most shines with a crimson light. The same ,..

and urinary disorders to content; 13t.h.Ha tin -Thursday, May 14th. pet capita debt, when the total for all :'successful the city government and! gems become phosphorescent under t
with. or be tortured with rheumatism states is considered fell from the influence of radium. The ultra,' .i
S CLEANING D.ytona-Frid.y, May 15th. only I the private citizens must co-operate ? :..
stiff joints, snd its heart-
f New Smyrna-Saturday, May 16fh.Titusville $5.48 to $3.52. I says M. F. Ahearn, assistant profesosrof violet' rays also produce luminosity in
wrenching for the discovery
pains new -
PRESSING 18th. At the time about 0.8 horticulture' the Kansas Agricultural gems. 5'
--Monday, May present per i ?
Croxone quickly and furcly relieves It is well known '
DYEING." V. all such troubles. Fort Pierce-Tuesday May 19th. oent. _of the total population of the college. "Let the civic .improvement that rubies front \II[
,, I the mines of
will found clubs with the Burma are more valuable 'o.
be in the together
Croxone is the mOst West Palm Beach-Wednesday, United States ..
wonderful. .
than those from
REPAIRING 5 .Florida and 0.2 of I offer prizes for neighborinJ.Slam: :
cent. ,
devised May 20th. state per municipal government .
_ remedy yet for ridding the and the lawn Externally they look much' alike, but
-if -V I system of uric cid snd driving out Ft. Landerdale-Thursday, May the total debt (less,sinking fund asset the best appearing under
fjaav. word'' .t ., bonse andoloth* all the poisonous impurities which 21st. *) Is attributed to that state. showing the greatestimprovement in the ultra-violet rays the Bury, tmess
Si :will bcorlMd jor and returned.Satisfaction cause such troubles. It is entirely Miami-Friday, May 22d. looks. Garden contests should be in i rubies stones, glow, which like red are called embers Oriental.while j.
23d. started and the producer helped
.S Guaranteed different is not like from anything all other else remedies.ever used It Key West-S.turd.y.BERT FISH May, CONSTIPATION: () I SAFELY : selling his products. Get every one the The Siamese rubies look almost. black.: '>. h-

p ,' JOS. WHITNER interested in the work. Try to develop -, Independent. S : 7
: "- ..:. ... .'. ... .. . for the purpose. It acts on the prin- and make i .
J. H. REESE, a community spirit
ciple of cleaning out the poisons and AND EASILY OVERCOME !
. .. '. removing the Campaign Committee Fourth each citizen feel that his aid is essential SOUR ACID STOMACHS. t'"l'I
fr > > < It aoaks right in through the w.ns. Congressional District. i in carrying out the plans for the I I IIGASES OR INDIGESTION. ( \ ,?v

membranes and like in Risk Often' betterment of his municipality."Have ''' i.
linings water No Need to Unpleasant '
a sponge, neutralizes, dissolves, and S A WIFELESS FLAT. a 'clean-up' day to begin with. Each "Pape's Diapepsin" DigeU 8,00Q[
:; 'CRAYTON makes the kidneys sift out and filter Dangerous Calomeltlodson'sLiver I Get the people interested in keepingthe Grains Food, Ending All Stomach :

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from the blood, and leaves the kid- consists of a single room behind clean. Dirty alleys breed flies and Time it! In five minutes all stOmt,t'

-t k, S >m UI.TII mi neys and urinary organs clean, whose various and properly labeled You can now profit if ;you wish by I disease. Plant shrubs and trees and ach distress will go. No indigestion. '

strong healthy and well.It single doors are concealed; in tabloid the experience of many people who sow grass seed in the parki g8. Prune 'heartburn, sourness or belching of -
t '..St. N;waUild;" *aeend-batpd aotomrxWI have found pleasant remedy' the trees and tight the ten carter-pillars : acid eructations of
.. aiS from M0 to matter not how long you, have form, as it were, the other necessary an easy gas; or undigested '
1' ,' li.p i -vt Or yaton. Oa>r...-< suffered, how old you are, or what rooms of a well-appointed apartment. to take the place of calomel for constipation and other troublesome insects and tree food, no dizziness, bloating, foul
e1 ; .;* Bi;;.*r. you hare used, the very principle ofi When bedtime comes, the ingeniousflat sluggish liver, etc. diseases. Doctor those trees that are breath or headache. S

r .. ,. r...1111..... Pmp. LL mm, as.S .- Croxone is such that it is practically dweller opens the proper door, Dodson's Liver Tonie is best to take injured. Houses should be painted Pape's Diapepsin i i. noted for its
.SiL ., I $ IOIO" OU impossible to take it into the human swing* his bed from its upright position instead of\ calomel and has broughtthe : and the building of cement walks and speed in regulating upset stomachs.
IL system without results. There i i. in its closet and goes to sleep jn brightness of health into many paving of streets started."A It is the surest, quickest'reDk '

; r _ __ _ _ _ nothing else on earth like it. It his bed room. Next morning the bed household It has none of the disagreeable I village improvement society can edy in the whole world and be.ldellt
starts to work'the minute 'you take it is swung back and closed into Its special and often dangerous aftereffect i be organized to look after the differ- is harmless. Put an end to stomach -

,'" and relieves. :you the first time you closet, another door opened and, << of calomel. ent phase of the work. Encouragingthe trouble forever by getting a ,Urge

I C IvThrashcrSbeet I use it. a dressing table is drawn out for use. J. Z. Roberson, the reputable local I better cultivation of flowers, fruits I, fifty-cent case of Pape'i piapepsm .A'
J- : It :yon suffT with pains in your The toilet over and all trace of'it shut druggist, positively guarantees to refund .- and vegetable will be one of its du I from any drug store. You realize in 'K

., ,.. back and aide, er have any signs of out of sight again, another door open purchase price (liOc.) of Dod- ties. The soci tycan give an annual five minutes how needless i is to.,tTdf* 1 '
kidney. bladder troubles, or rheum up in a. miniature kitchen and pantry: son's Liver Tone In case you are not flower show and demonstrate the artistic '- fer from indigestion, dyspepsia'or any 4''
: : tWOrerS4 tiam such a* puffy swelling under and then another offer a table to be entirely satisfied after using it and a* possibilities of each flower. Lee- stomach disorder.! It's the quickest,. -

.' ... . the yes or in the leer and ankle, if pulled cut and breakfasted upon-and they will recommend: thi*.remedy a* a tore given by the'organisation will surest and most harmless" stomach ? ,
: '" :you are nervous tired and run down. so on through the day. strictly vegetable liquid containing be ,useful, aloy A great deal can be doctor in the world.tvTiatareyou 5 ,'j

-. >.! StNlGprfs aSpeclalty$1CIYStIC: ;: : : or,< bothered; with urinary disorders. The owner of the flat says that be nothing harmful'you ran no risk of done cleaning up and beautifying 'f.
Croxone will quickly relieve yon of pent: three years planning and per any kind In trying it now.- r the'school gi'ousda,' and"when Arbor < ; laughing at 7 "sii4., .;;

your misery.v You can secure an orig- fecting thl,.Weal, dwelling place and i, Dodson's Liver Tone never leaves day comes let it be observed bylnt. tho-Old FogWhat's;'so..111DDJ"if: ;;1
: .. ; t'f': ins psckage 'of/Croxoae-'at': trifling that he now spend a pleasant wifeless. bad after-effect,' but 'works easily ing tome properly selected shad tree that paperV *.N't: -. ..
,; *_ / ': cost frtlna any first-cl*** druggist. and erantIM'' existence'in a four- and nturallytvwithont: pain or-gripe the work to be under municipal control .,-It say here'that's' hundred peW ;; "
.,c. If.f' \ -b" .' .:.{:'..; SL All druggists'ar/authoTi'to personally room apartment .dmaeddrom What and without %Interfering, at,aU ,'recuIa )'.instead offeeing; done wholly by, I son* have left New. York to engage In -i:

-' r .. .... -i ,r ,; )114 S retnnt tb*pirchase. c"IJt Wasonce- but a single, MIX .1'00111- !' 'habits.)diet. or' oeeopa*] individual land 'owners.".-Kana. . ,Industrialist >. .missionary work.",said. the Groochv--' j:

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I, I street, and will .locate here" 'with his I' i I.i i V i i M iV o to i. e. i i o i n. 9< > i i o i o i o i '
ir : family who have.for some years been ? 'jl'; '''r'

ApopkaMrs. II residents of. Seattle Wash.. General] II' Manhattan ::1':1''Rex '" i: wi "
TJbbetti has also'purchased. the vacant : : 'C.
t- 10 *rom Ernest Liebing at Centralav -' R"'E'"I : .if, '

.J'' .,,'J.' Lee. otl' Model. .,Part was nue,and Fourth' street and will ia at present domiciled wfth'hit .p' R O G S'S 1V. ; ..

fi } the'guest: last week of.Mrs.,I. I.::Tur e cta': new brick business house on old friend R. B. Savage,, and his ad '
'' '. ner.',- ' \ : same, at once' ,This ,means quite( a, mir ble wife and family. No matterwhat..might.have.been .. ,.. ,, .,.' '", .
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1. Miss Baas of Orlando has been thweekend I boom, as this lot hat beep 4n need ofa said of previous i l' ..
gueat'of J Miss' Ruby Wilson business house on-it for a. long time.: management the present accommodations ... ...'
t in this city John Lana, who) Jives iust east ofAnapka are equal to any'which' we
E. C. Bray of Winter Garden _.Itt -ts en to. Orlando Sunday have been accustomed to in this city :
town Saturday distributing .gajsolene by Deputy Sheriff G. Harod and or elsewhere and far superior to'very' Business:
... and kerosene to his customers here. iail upon a-charge.of lun* many of them. -Pe'opl
I fv;: H. H. Witherington has had as-his a j been terrorizing theneighbors Miss ,Florence- and daughter La

\: ,. guest Prof. Adolph! Jachde of Lees shotgun telling them Nora have charge of' the lodging department :
,." burg. they would have to move their fences and that prince of caterers,
"Ashley Walls left during the week and houses. He also went, about diK- Col.! F. A. Lincoln, the dining room,
f for his former home in Poland, Ga., on gina here and there, claiming that theJand assisted by his good lady who is in
a business trip. was full of .p d. He was offer-. every to be a companion )
f.. L. P. Lane made a business trip to ing citizens all\I kinds of prices for theit to this note gentleman. Colonel Lincoln i You Should'InoW'

Orlando Monday. oropert and claims to be worth fortyhillinn..OaflnTH. is.tpq. weJl..Kn&wn to" the publicto'require
( Dr. .McCall has been ''making professional | I .. 'hJ,& {' visits to Miss Bes Stewart, by Mr. Lai-kins Nelson Carroll, two but the neatness'for which! his dining .. \
II. who' has been quite ill at her home'if his neighbors. and- the officer de-' room is noted and his method of pre- ... toll
at Plymouth. livered him to the jailer in Orlando paring that which is good for the inner "

'. ; Claud Gold by of Zellwood is also Sunday,' going over in Mr. Burdock'sauto. man would do honor to this or ::.... ,_.:
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,. quite ill -and''Is being treated iy Dr. . any other hotel in the country. Rex, IN .j
" McCall Mayor McCloud j is leaching 'the colored -. of course,' feels good this morning, '
1 1 The baok.aouj postoffice were closed populace of this city a few lesson having just finished a hearty break-
i I here jn observance of Good Friday of late. Last Monday morninx fast, at Jess expense than he could
o- throughout the day. two of the du kv sons of Ham were have prepared it elsewhere in this city. '
; W. L. Bard of Marion county, formerly before his honor, charged: with fighting We have tried them all and know I "I
, I from Kentucky, who recently in a pool room in the negro settlement / whereof we speak.
purchased a splendid grove' near town, and each one fined $3 arid the Our recent. trip through the coun-
" t has just returned to his Marion county cost for the fun they had. A witness try revealed many interesting facts. I i KISSIMMEE ,
ome_ who failed to answer to the roll call concerning, the good and welfare of
. Mrs. A. J. Walker had asher guests ind came in late was assessed one dollar our people. The farmers are more
last week Mrs. Edward Jump, Mr. just to remind him that the mayor''e prosperous than they.ever have been
1 .George Jump and Miss .We terveldt, court convene at 10 o'clock and the before. Cold snaps have caused them
all of Orlando, who motored out. for witnesses must be there at that time. 'to hover around the fire a little closer II
'/ the day. Hush Kelley has returned to Apop-- than usual, but there 'has not been I
, ,. Lake Standish lodge, the splendid ka attain after an absence t during the entire winter anything that
$ little hotel at Plymouth, has closed for I three months. He has been practically even a Floridian could designate Severe _
the successfulyear. all the but he J. H. REDDI1-r, OSCEOLA BICYCLE CO. O. K. BAKERY
season after 'a very over state says can not cold. The lowest that we have t
". I find a place where he can feel contented known the thermometer to' go is forty I t;. A. Niemeyer, i
k I Mrs. Curry, Mrs. Witherby and Mrs. I t te stay except in Apopka.: Sometimes above zero. Cattle usually show dire 103 BroadwayE.
1.;: McCall were sight-seeing in Eustis he trunks he would rather be elsewhere ful result .from a severe winter season Jeweler Kedsliand N Brand Candy
,< '\ and Mt. Dora one day last week. I and goes away. but always with and they come out in the spring i L. Johnson Prop. the per Ib.
j I Braxton Beacham of Orlando was the} results't One drink of the
same ; in 'sad .condition, but this year their :t Done. Guaranteed Pure.
11 Broadway.EGGERSGLUESS Repaint Promptly
here Tuesday looking after his large sparkling wader from the Apopka water condition is far better than has been
i r grove properties.M. supply seems' to be sufficient to i known before. The cow. pens were
L. Davenport, vice-president of cause the wanderer to return to again filled about the middle of March and -
.' the Atlantic Portrait company, was in slake his thirst. by the time April had put in its appearance I ? & RIEDEL. RUSS BASS MEAT MARKET DIXIE THEATER
, our city on business last Tuesday.A --T they were giving an abundance ,
+ large picnic party came out from | THF..SKl'.NK: COMES TO HIS OWN. of rich milk. Rex knows, be- Carpenter and Repair Shop Fresh Meats of Cool Clean, Comfortable k ; '
, Orlando Saturday in Hands' picnic cause he was there and used it in t
) auto, and spent the day very pleasantly abundance. R. W. ( Duck) Simmons Inside Furni..hl it Screening: High Class Entertainments, I I
, 'at Wekiwa Springs. ,I (From the Wall Street Journal.) had lots of good milk sweet, clabbered and Cabinet Work -All Kind i ,,
J. S. Rackley is treating his new I In rural section there is no animal buttermilk and air other inclusive Our Specialty.WILUER'S Only.

residence near the Seaboard depot to that has always been more heartily parts. and we were waited on while
, a coat of paint, which makes a wont 1,( despised than the skunk. Yet it is be- there with so much indulgence thatwe I STUDIO .' T.
t: derful improvement, and we hope that ;| ing discovered that he has. an evo- fully appreciated the situation. We CLARK & MEIKLEJON'*. The Leading Moving Picture Show t
others will follow his example. nomic value so great that it must ullimtely enjoy the hospitality of Kissimmeeites, I is Found at.the__ ___ ,
S Percy Starbird and family and\ J Mrs.. overweigh: every antipathy but people in the country (constituting I.. the Place I to TakeYour, Kodak -Real Estate! DealersThey -

" W. T. Champneys spent the day inQrlandoWednesdayshopping I against him. the good old Florida crackers), extending I Films for Developing if You -- ,- .._ __-1'AST1ME-THEATER---. ,
.. Sell tht'Earth-
r The Jepatmen4- -agnruHuresays the right hand of fellowship,
L. T. Wayne and l A. L. Beck of Orlando the ynmon white grub .;ost8 the perform the operation in such a big- Gardner Bros., Mgrs. J
Want the Best Results. In Chunks.J. I .
, here last week, meeting
were farmers of the Country $12,000,000 a hearted way that we feel assured that
t with our' citizens and friends. year. "Jimmy" Skunk thinks these our welcome is. -gem>>ne. I
pr W. R. O'Neal postmaster of Orlando grubs a delicious morsel and hunts The political situation the Fourth Have Your Washing Done r'
and president of the State Bankof them industriously. Also the beetleof commlsisoner's district is, to say the \ J WATERS & CARSON GROCERY KISSIMMEE BOWLING ALLEY
Apopka, was here Wednesday to which the grub is the larva, is to least, a most embarressing one. Riley -at th*- 109 Broadway,
; attend the regular monthly meeting I him a bonne bouche and he always ) Godwin is recognized in all ,parts of Co.Everything. k
1 of the directors of the bank. has room for one more. As near as the county as a citizen without reproach KISSIMMEE MODEL LAUNDRY W. E. Mansell Mgr.
-p, W. G. Talton, cashier of the State can be approximated rodents and insects I not only honest in the ordinarysense .
bank, claims to have killed and wounded I cost the country $1,400,000 a given to the term, but one whois t. \ to &_t. Splendid Sport and Recreation.:
; A. F. Kutt Prop. \
twelve rates at one shot. We are year. ''Jimmy" hunts meadow mice, straightforward by nature. Young \
in favor of i issuing to him a fin medal grasshoppers, beetles and earthworms, Tindall i is of Ihe same stripe, but both ,
for marksmanship, provided he can I all of which are crop destroyers. His cannot be elected, therefore a good W. PRENTIS \ NELSON REALTY CO.
1 prove the truthfulness of the story. otherwise unsavory record should be man will be defeated.The \ E. E. MAGEE

We know his associates.The forgiven, even if it cannot be forgotten triangular 'legislative contest, Pianos, Organs, Talking Machines, 9 Darlington Ave. Carpenter and Builder '1' > ,
ladies of the Methodist church on acocunt of his assistance in gives each of us two votes if we so \ ,," ;.t.\,,
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gave an ice cream sale at the Fourth saving the crops. desire. It i is so we can't complain Sewing, Machines.! Property Sold on Job Work and General Repairing
, street; and Central avenue corner Sat- But this i if not all. "Jimmy" wearsa when the thing l is legal. \\ Saw Filing a Specialty
f urday for the benefit of the church beautiful black coat. Dame Fash- We have visited the court house Commission. IS Darlington Are y
C and enjoyed a liberal patronage. ion has seen and admired it, but he during the week and were well pleased Broadway.W. \ I

The junior high scnooj 'class entertained : is of too lowly origin to be admitted with the method in which the county \
the seniors with ice cream, cake to polite circles. However-other; people business was conducted. Our social : G. HANKLNS" OLIVER'S SUITATORIUM -
and punch in the K. of P. hall last Fri- can have pedigrees, ancestors and friend, the irrepressible John L., has .' D. G. M'KAY REAL ESATE '-- "
Made to Measure ClothesCleaning
day. All enjoyed the occasion to the coats-of-arms manufactured for thfm, certainly pleased all who came in contact Adding Machines and AGENCY .
fullest, so why not he? Trade has already ar with him.' Courtesy in its fullest : i Pressla'g and Repairing" lx

The committee appointed to secure ranged that trifling\ matter, and under meaning is a part of his nature. He Typewriters' Gray stone Block Hats Cleaned and Blocked ',' ?'
names of citizens of Apopka calling the name of "black marten," and Just naturally belongs to the Florida : ,'"
for a vote on Issuing bonds to make "Alaska sable" he is taken into good cracker as to the man of wealth. His For Sale. U! Land Anywhere on Commission Phoned.'f"f,; ,i I.- ,
society. The demand' for this is to all .. . "y :
municipal- improvements have secured heavy motto equal rights ,' special r \ ''' I I't''
tine texture fur is now running ahead; to His of good y I ,, !
more names than was necessary and privileges none. display >Ii" : t ,. : t .
the election will be called at an early of the supply and as-the animals can sense in retaining his efficient 'and DANNS'DEPARTMENT STORE. V..R.' "ELL18 ; .....k l
date. The.amount of bonds will'be be raised as easily as hquse cats hereIs obliging deputy Mr. Johnson, in officeis COLE A: UNLEY p

; $16,000, and will be divided as fol- a new branch of livestock farming only one of the instances that mark Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoe, Electrical Contractor ..
'' lows: $7,000 for an electric light that is one of the probabilities of the his well known ability to sustain his Jewelers and Optometrists ..

plant, $5,000 for street improvements near future.In position.We Furnishings.5c Water and Light Collector
and $3,000 to be applied -to what is the past men have despised him, found Judge Murphy as thor- ..
now -on hand to build a city hall. Thisis but, all things considered it seems a oughgoing as any official in the state. and lOc Store on Third Floor. 111 Broadway.: Phone 220 8 Darllagton A....
the best step that has been made by mistake even to kick a skunk. He has pleased our law-abiding citizens : y"
our citizens in a long while and will do and even those who have committed '
more to build up our town than any- offences against the dignity of HUNTER LAND, CO. C. F. DIBBLE & SON When Coming "to the -
thing yet done.F. << the law cannot say that hny injusticehas : : DOLLAR LIMIT STORE 1 ',
E. Zepp has named his new bun- CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING been done them. Real Estate Don't Fall to Bring Your Sma6'J

galow "The Washington," and when Our tax assessor may have some Fancy GrCK'rlftl. Change. Your Dimes Last ...., '
completed will be one of tha prettiest enemies among those who do not un- .: Propertied that Will. Like Dollars., Six Rolls )I. t
derstand him but his duties have been ,
residences in town. ..
our lOc! Toilet Paper for 24c.Purson .
W, T. Berry is having his lot on faithfully attended to and we have : Please. Phone 154. A Ralney.. v 1
Central avenue and Third street grub- five Cents Per Line never heard of his making a mistake .. r i:
in his accounts, and should use judg-
Now let
bed and cleared generally.
up }
.'Each Insertion. ment in speaking of honest and CO. ROSS GRAVES rf
others pattern after his good exam- an :. H. C. STANFORD ERNEST L. GREEN" rDry I w
ple and Apopka will soon blossom as conscientious officer. Personal affairs Hardware, Furniture, Stove,
should give to patriotism. The' Goods Clothing and'Shoes, It{'
the Sign Writer and Decorative ..
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FOR SALE. 1.0; :
rose.Wamble good and welfare of should : t
our county "
xj. has the contract to "x Agricultural Implements,
-rtrpair the Methodist church. New sills FOR SALE-A triple A Hercules be our only thought and 'desire. Furnishings and Psinter'j'j
REX. Building Material
, placed under it and a new roof Will :
stump-puller, good as new. '
over it, and inside repairs'generally. sell cheap; also forty full-blooded Notions. Paints, Oils, Eta Phone 283.
It'"will' make quite an improvement I Brown Leghorn hens. C. H. Funk, THICK GLOSSY HAIR : ..
when completed.A. FREE FROM DANDRUFF .
Kissimmee, Fla.; 12-tf .'
C. Starbird has had his porch DUTTON-HARR19 CO. '
screened, which; adds much to the FOUND-Gold Masonic pin; square I Girls! Try it! Hair Gets Soft, Fluffy WENNERSAWYERBooks ARTISTIC JOB PRINTING
comforts of home life. and compass within a large G. Per and Beautiful-Get a 25-cent!
H, H. Witherington has been just as son calling at this office, proving Bottle of Danderine.If Sh- and Stationery / The Best that Man and Machinery i
busy\ as a bee for the past few days, property and paying for this noticecan \

showing the beauties of Apopka and secure pin. ? 6-tf you care for heavy hair that glis- Can Do. t
surrounding country to the prospective tens with beauty and is radiant with 104S Broadway. 26 Broadway.' The Valley Gasette. _
purchasers who are visiting this FOR RENT-One good store room life: has an incomparable softness and r- 'k'
point looking for a herae. Everyone and warehouse, cheap. Apply to is Huffy and lustrous Danderine.
themselves as delighted'with R. S. Floyd. tf try KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO. t
expresses Just one application doubles the Get Your Candies Fresh From the LET US FIGURE WITH YOU
the location. ,
FOR EXCHAANGE for St. Cloud or beauty of your hair, besides it Imme-
8. W. Eldredge has fitted for the Home. CANDY KITCHEN J
diately dissolves every particle of Everything; .
building or Kjssimmee property, 40 acres,
ments in his big brick store On That Next Order l)
about one mile south of Orange landrufT. You can not have nice, I of Printing if
at Fourth and Park avenue for the heavy, healthy hair if have E. O.'Garland, 23 BroadwayF. ,
Center. The land is close to railroad you
new site for the postoffice and the office dandruff. This destructive scurf robs Ours is the Better Sort. t
and corners in a clean fresh
r has .been changed' over to that water lake. J. M. Willson, Jr. 14-tf the hair of Its lustre, its strength and Manager. C. Howe. Prop. The Valley Gazette. ir: "
.\t. place. its very life, and if not overcome it
,-B. S. Cunningham will thepostoffice '
,- produces a feverishness and itching of
'..old building now as a gro- the, scalp; the hair roots famish, KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. OSCEOLA BOTTLING WORKS ;
,c2yI FOR RENT-At summer ratesSixroom loosen and die; then the hair falls out GOOD PRINTING. 'S r
Mrs. Mary Byars, who has spent the cottage, $15; four-room cot- fast. Surer get a 25-cent bottle of Depends Oft th.Maa and Equipment- t I
winter in Apopka, left this week for Knowlt from drug'store Wholesale and Retail Phone 284.
tage, $12 unfurnished rooms, V5 any
Ala. but
her home at Blount Springs, .
she will be back again next fall furnished rooms, $6. E. E. Wells and 'just try it. "We have the _t of Itoth" "

says if she lives. We sincerely hope she ?03 Broadway. 17-tf Phone 21. G. A. Gilbert, Prop. 'i:'. J 4

will live and return, as she is avery AUTOMOBILE-Buick touring car, I I I I I I I 11 I I I I I I I III I I I I I The Valley Ga.ett. .
estimable lady and loved by all, who ,
h has been used a very little; will exchange r'
know her. for town or country real es- : F. n. LAWSON Don't Overlook the ATEMENTS, NOTE HEADS, / /
.T.. M. Byars, who established the tate. J. M. Will on. Jr. fresh Milk ',
t Apopka News here a year ago, has VARIETY STORE Bill Deacla. Letter Ilea.. Bdsiaesa ..
A. -gone home with his mother, Mrs. Mary FOR RE Five-room bungalow; : Cash Store I and Visiting Cards Pnnaptlf i
q Byars, to' take a vacation and will return modern; in center of town. T. M. : 501 Broadway, "DTOPe r
here again. in a few days to en- Murphy. 17-tf Delivered at YOUR Door ; : Sea U L" t r' Y :i tl
Igage! in business. Mr. Byars has made J. E. Millennia PNp.
10 Broad"ay.
;some very-.,taunth friends during his DWELLINGS for rent;; opply to M. EVERY DAY : The Valley J''
stay here, who rejoice that he will not tiller. '-
lOc Quart Ab : : V't' :
here permanently.T. i
leave a WE AGENTS
; -T. J. Smith has purchased throughW. FOR RENT-Comlortable bed room, W. B. MAKINSON CO. MAR1hYT "

T. Wilson the house in which he centrally located. Large porch. S . F.r 0. ef tl1eLarKeat Llthegrap1t' l aJ;
r:, now lives on Fourth street from Mr. Brack St. J:W. PrentU. 4Z-tf Phone 225-W : Hardware Cutlery Boat 603 Broadway, B1. rtcaCaU,1.,
' Wilson's, daughter. Mr. Smith will : J \ See ExaiisitJSkowing.ef [ : "t..: A4
tie make of It FOR sad ...... nt-L 1015 Cai.adars .. , .. ,
"irtprovs:' proJMlI't7..nd -RENT OR SALE: .Two-story Supplies ..1" :: ..: q
>jfcnTdeal home. store boildinff on Brack Bt.. .. North r I. f. D. HARRBLLft 'WY'ltB.7.' 11." ,1 ",'. ,,
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:'i&e '.\.: .. : the: past corps officers and'Mrs.' : Derider '
: farming'- the members. ,AnnouncementsFOR.MEMBER
St. corps
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'' ( I. : The ladies' qiUrtet. composed of Ef'kE. '
Mesdames Jones Depew 'Hagan and HOUSE OF -
j '";: --<- Pay ''''This State' ? Miss; Rinkle- sang very sweetly SENTATIVES, STATE OF

I : ,. , "Nearer, My God, to Thee' and Miss FLORIDA.
j.. : c. A.R1 Harriet Barrett sang'that beautiful 1 hereby announce myself aa can ,
,: : song, "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere didate to represent Osceola county in '!

:4VALLEY !GAZETTE-REPRESENTATIVE VISITS TilE GARDEN OP S. .. -----..--- The G A. R. held their afternoon the houM 'of, representatives of the ,
I T. FANSLER AND 'TELLS THE STORY' OF HOW A MAN GRAIU.' -- session ido the new G. A. R. hall, which Florida legislature, subject to the action i
ATED PROM THE COUNTING ROOM\ TO THE TRUCK FARM. St. Cloud; the wonder city of Flor. partment of Florida G. A. R.;, Cant Is just being completed, and has cost of the democratic voters at the -
!4 Jj Ida. has done herself proud this weekin Lyraanl[ Leighton, commander of Kit about $68,000'wltha; seating capacityof June 'priDary.S.. J. TRIPLET '.:
--. the royal reception she has accordedto Carson) Post No. -26, St. Petersburg about 800. The meeting wa"s presided t '
- .nyUmel; tlnco we located In the so he secured -the tract of land, builta the veterans of ,the stormy periodof and AdjtGenSage, in command of over by Department CommanderWm. FOR MEMBER OF THE HOUSE OF .
,*.ta "It) ;Florida have we been asked house and began to plant his crop. 1860-65, by entertaining the state Garfield, Post No. 38, Zephyrhills, also Siggins. The first, on,_the' program REPRESENTATIVES, STATE i ..1.
.}!)th. question, by friend back in the He now has, besides the crop we have encampment of the,G. A. R. and also.. Miss C. Miller: Layton, president- was the several reports from OF FLORIDA. .
J "'north whom we- know personally aa mention, two Head of horses, two the W. R. C. at the same time. W. R. C., and Mrs. Hester McCardell, the department officers, after which Being impressed with the sincerity !
0' -.. a..hundred of inquiries-hat have splendid milch cows, two hogs and a All day Monday the citizens of that secretary W. R, C., Kit Carson Post Mrs. Irabel Worrell Ball made a splen- ot the many people throughout the #r
foorne to"us from strangers, 'Can In- fine flock of chickens. He said that hustling little city were busily engaged No. 26. St. Petersburg. did address. Mrs. Elmina Westcott county, who have urged me to be.. ( ::
/ft nftiv*< farming be successfully car- the family had all the malk and butter making preparation for the The entire first floor of the elegant made a short address, after which the come- candidate for representative '
r 1',;ed onJhVFiorida? or ,can one grow they can use and some to sell, while guests that began to arrive on the New Sti Cloud hotel was neatly and j I in the lower house of the legislature ..
|*ll kinds: ,.vegetables. ,in the chickens supply the table with afternoon 'and evening trains and by artistically decorated with palms At 6 o'clock supper was served the and also being ambitious to serve the
b jnd many other -auesttops" eggs and the surplus is readily marketed I the time the shades (of evening had Spanish moss, evergreens, flags and guests at the free 'lunch room. people among whom I have beenreared .
ping ofvwhich ,would'amount' FIOrida'1 at good prices all the year I i drawn her curtains and pinned them bunting and presented to the eye a At TiSO o'clock Mrs. Elmina West- : I hereby announce myself aa
tically the same'thing., To all 'r und. His ten acres of grazingland 'down with stars there were no less most attractive and inviting appear- cott, department president, and staff candidate for the position of representative J
nuesttan we have given an answer in keeps bin Htock and gives range for I than five hundred guests gathered forth ance. t give a reception in honor of Mrs. IdaS. from Osceol countcihe Flower
the affirmative and over and over we I his chickens, while the seven and one- ,, week's encampment in St. Cloud. After the guests, numbering perhaps McBride, national president, of Indianapolis house of the legislator. 'ct' '
,". shave 'aeen it.demonstrated but nevermore half acres under cultivation arc all I The hotels and boarding houses were 500, had been introduced and Ind.;and Department Commander to the nomination. at the JJM $..," ry.

fully thanon the occasion which that he is able to handle, UN he continues all taxed to their capacity to accom- formally received, they were 'given Wm. Siggins of ZephyrhilU PAT JoItN TOltl. "
was our good fortune to enjoy this I to cultivate it over and over modal$ the guests, hut every effort the freedom of" the hotel to mingle and staff, at the New St. Cloud hotel, 't
week, Thin iN an instance which clearly wu-s made to make each guest feel at with each other and either amuse with the aides as guard of honor. This FOR MEMBER OF LEGISLATURE.'I .

Wednesday afternoon 'we received a demonstrate the practicability, of Intensive home and the -spirit Qf welcome deemed themselves relating war stores or lis-I was a most elaborate affair, the la-I hereby -announce myself as a can-
vary cordial, Invitation.from Mr. S. T. farming. Mr l'nnler knew to pervade the very atmosphere A tening to the soft strains of music dies nearly all wearing evening didate for the legislature from Os-
large banner stretched the with the fair I and rooking very charming as they cpola county and solicit the support ,
Fansler to. drive out in the country nothing about farming until he came was across chatting ones who were I
about-a mile and a half and Inspecthi. to Florida, having spent the greater ''htreet from the New St. Cloud hotel there arranged in all the unlcndor, that----, I passed from one to another with their of the democratic voters in the June
garden., We accepted\; the Invitation part of his life in photography but I to the First National bank, on which could be conceived.: 'pleasing smiles and words of friend-I primary. N. C. BRYAN. .

and accompanied him to his home, by reading text-hooka on the subject I were printed in large letters. in the Thus the produest vent that has ship and good cheer. During the reception FOR COUNTY TREASURER;; ,
I it his business national i-olorh. WELCOME G. A. R. ever occurred in the short history of the St. Cloud orchestra sent
...-bich is located immediately on thenorthsldeofthe he haM bnen able to apply to Deeplygrateful for the honor whltib!
; A. C.: L.' Uy.: just a i and toda-y there is not a man in 'That was the first thing that greetedthe the wonderful little city of St. Cloud I forth strains of beautiful and most the democrats of Osceola county con-
half mile south of the C'lty.1imltK, !lie the ,entire community who is better eye of the guest upon arrival, and opened and the scenes of the first day harmonious music. Mrs. Isabel Wor- fererd on me by electing me to the
of from every window and doorway flags, closed with the entire town arrayedin rell Ball rendered it very pleasing vocal ri
owns a tract of seventeen and one- I posted upon the. subject agriculturethan solo. office of county treasurer two yedrs
half acres of land, all of which is under he is | banners and bunting; were displayed all her splendor, and if every guest The ago, and assuring them that I greatly
I in profusion while' at the headquarters who had entered the city not Priscilla club presided at the
r fence and resembles In every partiCular This story 1.1 written und published i was appreciate it, I hereby announce my-
i, the lands adjoining it and the' without the knowledge or consent of I M large flag; perhaps twenty-five feetin made to feel welcome, it was no fault refreshment tables in the large and relf as a candidate for re-election and 3. M,
lands lying on all sides of Kissimmec. :Mi i '. Kanslor who would not sell his i tength tvas unfurled to the breezes of the citizens of the Wonder City, exquisitely decorated dining room and can only promise It nominated and '
Mr. Fansler farm at reasonable price as he and marked the place of assembly of who had so cheerfully extended the each guest was served with delicious '
1 Two when
years' ago, any elected) that I will continue to perform
'"bottghftMi-littl of l land without and. hIs family are contented and happy I the veteransThe glad hand of welcome to everyone. punch and cake. The Zephyrhills band the duties devolving upon, me to the {
second floor
formal of the week's' alike, on veranda played
I improvements whatever on it, hut should anyone desire furtheK} opening;! I best of my ability. .
J thai natives and settler jtold him it information or wish to have the truth- program "a- made at the New St. Tuesday. special selections.The S. L. LUPFER. -
verified cant I ('1011<1 hotel :Monday evening at 8 hotel, was filled to its utmost. .:
i I was not suited to truck growing and fulnesH of this story they I State Encampment G. A. R. openedits
J would' not advise him to make an attempt I easily do HO )hy addressing, with I; o'clock convention. proper Tuesdaymorn- capacity and many turned away, finding FOR COUNTY' COMMISSIONER;
1 to farm it. lie was a tenderfoot stamp enclosed for reply, S. T. Fan.- Long "before the hour for the recep- ing at 10:30 o'clock.. The streets, it the utterly crowd.impossible to get DISTRICT NO. 2.

iW In Florida, having been here only two t I Icy R. F, I 11.1.) Kissimmee Fla. j I tion to open arrived the large porches, dwellings and public buildings were through Camp Fire. I hereby announce myself a candi-
I years, coming all the way from northwest The fruit trees! have not as yet come hallways, parlor* and lobby of the hotel all most elaborately decorated with I At 8:30: the fire which date for .the effice of county commissioner -
Wisconsin here to make his home into bearing, at he has only plowedthe wa one Purging mass of humanity bunting, flags and pennants, and ..nothIn -I :have p. m. camp ; from District No. 2, and solicit
to been held
and further, having lived all his life land from \irgm soil two years laughing: talking, meeting old /{ but red, white and blue were visl-1 was Park conducted in at the Oak Grove the vote of al' democrats at the primary
G. A. R.
in a city and knew but little about ago but he has not lost sight of the i' friend, of former days and forming tile on every hand. The new G. hall was to be held June 2, 1914.E. .
owing to the of the
M farming he'was somewhat at a loss at importance of starting an orchard and new acquaintances until the entire hell Christian and Baptist churches, weather. Before 8 o'clockeyery inclemency\ available . OVERSTREET.
f2 first tol know just what was best to do. allthrough the growing vcgetaHVes scene presented a picture that would and the guests' free lunch room were -
I I seat in the taken
But being of that resolute determined can be seen the young fruit trees at once charm the onlooker to see I all very beautifully and tastefully building was FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER,
/ and all
,.I character, he believes he can accomplish which within the next year or so will the genuine hospitality that was' displayed adorned with yards and yards of bunt I I hundreds standing still in the room halls occupied and on, with the DISTRICT NO.3.
'- whatever he undertaken, so he come into bearing. A magnificent banana in e\ery face and handclasp. ing, thousands of flags, and many; I walks outside. I hereby announce myself as a candidate -

:7 3-P1 _c-_* -_Knt.t'--- t-rt--- mtnvinrn W"-.n__ HIM'n_ -advisera- of grove is rapidly reaching the '. Promptly at 8. o'clock, the ,receivingline I beautiful plants, ferns and cut flow- The called to order at for re-election the board of
their error. I I bearing stage and another year or wa.foimed, at trte entrance or ers. The spacious halls, parlors and meeting was Bounty commissioners from DistrictNo.
8:30: o'clock with Post
He now hall seVtn and one-half acres iso he will havg'alj !kinds of fruits us 4ihe ladies' parlor leading off to, the dining room of the New St. Cloud hotel F Bullard, in CommanderJ. 3, and solicit"the votes of all demorrata .
.'-" --ctFTiliTfarm plowed and In cultivation r' well as all kinds! of vegetables. I left from tbe main lobby. Mr Sylves- were most artistically adorned with. the chair. H. P. at the primaryto-be--fle1d-June.

__ attempt to _degcribt itJt1t _JJLjs.Sjisl.em'.of. &. .u all that t t.4ol'--Squil'e"' -Os t--imd- -M ps-Lyda the-hatTdn aT-c61ofs 1 'and The! Spanish J.ttoodmftn.-director-of I. Cummmtrs, leader;of -vocal the St.Tmisic Cloud; 2, '114.\ A. F. BASd.
what met our sight when we could be wished for as he has a flowing ;Mosher a1- hostess!! leading the receiving mossy together with a mammoth pro-
t pen
band and
Mrs. S.
reached that farm would be imposm- \ :: well which he put down on perhaps line. The presentation of each fusion of cut flowers and numbers of: Squire, pianist. FOR SCHOOl. COMMISSIONER,
t>le, but to answer the question for all the highest point of his land,_and guest to {he host was made by Mr. J. potted plants and ferns. Mrs. Martha "National First number Airs"on the the St.program Cloud band.was DISTRICT NO. 2. "
time to come as to what can be grown I all that is necessary is to open the Star Anderson. the manager of the George and Co!. E. E. Scranton were Chorus "Should by Auld I I hereby* announce myself a candidate -
.q. here: we will enumerate! the various valve and the water flows into an open Seminole Land Development company, at the head of the decorating committee be followed Acquaintannce few I for member of the school board
... :fruits and vegetables we saw growing ditch and can be led to any part of who has seen St. Cloud grow up to and ..nothing- their line was lack- marks Forgot from Post Commander by a J. from District No. 2, subject to the ac-
: re-I
,"' and then let the reader draw their the garden and by darning the waterit what 'it i i. tndav from the verv start. itul lard, tion of the primary to be held June 2,
; own conclusions. can be thrown to cross sections and Mr. Anderson presented each guest to ing.The Zephyrhills band of sixteen -Sorli; :; 1914. WALTER BRONSON.FOR .
"Comrades StllI"-J. F. Bul-
':: There was celery, radishes, turnips, the whole garden thoroughly watered the host' and they were then passed pieces were in attendance and their lard and H. P.
., rutabagas, carrots parsnips, table from, a three-inch flow that is inex along down the line, being introducedto numbers were very enthusiastically Address Goodman.' COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
",-., beets, mangle wortsel beets, English haustible. When not needed the turning :Mrs. Lydia Mosher, the hostesS'; and applauded. Siggins-Department! I hereby announce myself a candidate ;
peas, corn, pepperssweet potatoes, of a tap will shut it off and the next to !Mrs. Sylvester Squires, presi- There were at least three hundred Comrade for county commissioner from
Irish potatoes, head lettuce, ocre, tricoa flow l is stopped until such time as dent of the \V. R. C and chairman of and fifty out of town guests in attendance An Shafer extemporaneous, Ocala which speech was by full of- District No.4, subject to the democratic
or swnmer lettuce, Swiss chard needed, rnd can be started'again as the reception committee; Mrs. J. B. at the convention, seventyfive primary.
equash, cucumbers, parsley, horse- easily as it was stopped without the Westcott, department president of W. coming from Zephyrhills and life and thoroughly enjoyed by all. W. R. GODWIN.
Male Without _ _
., t-addish. tomatoes, cabbage, Lima aid of any power or effort whatever R. C.Irs; ; Flora Cox chairman of about the same number from St. Pet quartet. "Flag Gasford aStain"Messrs. - --
'beans, butter beans, pieplant, straw When we see such real comforts agd the floral committee; Mrs. Anna Ans- ers burjg, a-nd the remainder from allover Porter Fow- FOR COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR.
ler and Goodman.
berries.. blackberries Himllaya black genuine luxury as is herein described baugh, chairman of the assignment the state. W. B. Makinson's fur- Remarks-Vice-Commander Lyman I beg to announce to the voters of
berries Lucretia dewberries, raspberries we can but wonder why ,so many will' committee. I nlture store was turned into a restroom Osceola county that I am a candidatefor
of St. who
Leighton Petersburg
t figs, peaches, paw-paws, oranges, [ content themselves to struggle six ,' After the guests had been presentedand I I and furnished with easy chairs, from Massachusetts but is thoroughly o/Tice of tax assessor, subject to
grapefruit: kumquats, pomegranites, months out of every year to accumulate introduced to the lineup abovementioned |I writing material, interesting literature ) a Floridian now.Orange. the action of the democratic primary,
Concord I enough to prevent their freezing they were then ushered into and to there
black Scuppernong grapes any one was free: go - - -- -- and will appreciate your support.W. .
and Niagara grapes, guava, castor the next six months, when there are the adjoining parlor, where they were I and stay as long as theywished. This M. FERRELL.
beans and banas, besides the flowers, I so' many opportunities just as good as J presented to Mrs, L. D. Frost and Miss being near the depot, made it a very
I ferns and maple shade trees growing what we* have herein described awaiting Glenn Gill, who presented to each I I popular place. Each one' entering -
4: in the yard and about-the doorway. in this fair southland for some guest a delicate blue silk ribbon badge' Was asked to register, which they were I II I Center II RESOLUTiONS
t ,Mr.-Pansier'said, ,hat, when his j one to come and make of it a veritable bearing the fololwing" inscription: I only too glad to do.. The hotels were. -- C
', neighbors told him he could not grow paradise on earth. When we realize ."Citizens'; Reception'>State Encampment -' all filled to overflowing and the- Whereas, it has pleased God in hi.

certain vegetables or fruits he set these conditions we'are ted. to exclaim, G. A. R., St. Cloud, Florida, zens fell responded generously citi.j .Dear Gazette: Mr Cassady of our majesty'.to can from this earth to a -
k ,}about to grow them, and he hs never with the poet: April,13.j 1914- call was made for homes in which to locality received a nice bunch of orange -> better land Mr. J. H Harris, father,
It', ,. failed!in a single' instance thus far; "The' sunshine bids you welcome"; { take care of the guests. And there and grapefruit' trees 'about the of ouiy.esteemed member, Mr. J. W.
'. \ .'and further he said that he had found 'Tis in, this land the 'mocking bird "The soft winds waft you welcome. : was scarcely a home but that entertained middle of March. They were immediately -I, Harris; and, '
_ ,farming in Florida to be both pleasant ; sings all the,Icing day through; Old Glory waves you-welcome! ; from-two to twenty people. Bet out They were cut back Whereas, the Kissimmee Board of
r and profitable. There is never a week The air is soft and balmy, the 'skies' And warm hearts give you'welcome! The meeting Tuesday: morning at just as most nursery stock is done, Trade feels keenly ,the loss of a valuable

' .-daring.theentlre year that he is not are a summery blue, "Welcome to St. Cloud! I I 10:30: o'clock was called in open session not a sprig of green left on them. and trusted citizen; and,
marketing something from his garden, 'Tis in this land the strength of man After the badge was properly pin-,, and a vast assemblage was pres- Last Sunday, less than thirty days Whereas, we mourn the loss -of a
:'- and this city consumes about all that is ever at its best, ned to the lappela of the coats the I'I''' ent. The meeting was presided over from planting!, Mr. Cassady found his true and good friend;
he has been able to supply. Friends I 'Tis ill this land the gray-haired sage I guests were then ushered out into the by Mrs. Elmina Westcott, department trees all putting out with new growth" Therefore; be it resolved That the
told him that he could not grow beets I tan end his days in rest. long hallway leading to the dining president. The address of welcomewas t-nd one small grapefruit tree actuallyhas Board of Trade of the City of Kis

',S1 _, successfully- here and last year he { room the badge serving as a passport delivered by Mrs. Anna Squires rineteen grapefruits on it. Can simmee extends to its member and to, .
,t- -, ;made specialty of beets and the re- Oh1! give; to me the warm Southland to where the good; things were president L. Mitchell Corps No. 12, you beat that. That is pretty strong the family of our friend its most
: 4 suits were very satisfactory and he where yellow guavas shine. in "tore and when she had finished not a doubt going, but Mr. Cassady looks you rightin hearty sympathy in their hour of be- '
marketed hundreds pf dollars' worth. And yoji rqay have your Italy, your The refreshment table waspresided could be left in the mind of any person the eye when he tells of it and says reavement.And .
/ This year he made a specialty of Swrtrerland and Rhine. over by :Mrs G. H Clark and Mrs. O.I present but that $t. Cloud welcomed -I to come out and -see.: \"We all know be it further resolved that
atrawberries and the results were the | Oh! give to me dear Florida where I I., Buckmaster assisted by Misses the convention and that their when he planted the trees, and we are these resolutions be" spread on the
same. lie has several thousand heads >I orange blossoms grow Harriet Bartlett and Roxine Goodrich hearts and homes were thrown opento all going out to see that youthful prodigy minutes of this board; that a copy of
'I,, of cabbage now just heading and will And you may have your Northland,I' Mr FI.I.. Rice and Mr. R. G. Widrig their guests. of the pomelo family. sam be sent to our Mr. J. W. Harris
.*_ .- bA on the .market in a few days and with its riches! and its snow. assisted the caterer, Mr., Harold Reed! Mrs. Carrie Leighton of St. Peters- ....J&hn Truesdale went to Pine Castle and that a copy of Name be sent to the
,' also he has thousands little plants I in the serving which consisted 01 I burg responded' to the address of welcome "Tuesday to deliver several thousand Kissimmee papers for publication.
that will be about ready to transplant i I The rustle of the cabbage-palm is mu- frappe and dainty lady-fingers. ASI very acceptably. Then followeda sweet potato slips to Mr. Preston, who W. G. HANKINS
'- aa soon as the present crop i is* removed ;i S'c to my 1t.i.-: each guest was served they passed on short address from the departmentpreai4antMsE1miaaWeeteettTh4e 'has contracted to take 'all he can "get WILLIAM FERRELL..
and the ground; replowed and made The Mmngfeander .is to me each beyond Jhe table juptathespaciouaroom .from ttns"10cality. -- A. A. -TANO.? -

\ ready /or the. "..Tt, .-rop- Hit pepper j spring" more"dear; where friend mingled with frtend completed t.hemorning session.At T. L. Stewart is shipping sweet potato .- Commit'.".
.' ,1-----, plants are now eighteen months old I The cup of fate is brim full, and o'er- while they enjoyed the ices and cakes." 12 o'clock the L. L. Mitchell slips this week. His output will C. F. JOHNSON Clerk.
( and have. been .in full bearing fort flows with life's sweet wine.. The refreshments enjoyed. the Corps served a free dinner to the visit- reach in the lOOMs. - -----
.p.t more than a year, and we saw any I Can. any place on earth be dearer than guests again; returned to the lobby, ing W. R. C., G. A. R.: and Ladies of John Coats is spending a while in MRS. R. O. ALLISON, local representative -
r "', quantity Of fruit ready to gather and this homeland of mine. where the soft strains of the orchestra the G. A. R. at the spacious hall directly Orlando and vicinity.Rev. for the famous brand"'of'
the plants are now full of blossoms floated out upon the soft zephyrs back of the new G. A. R. hall. G. W. Spahr attended the presbytery "Clows-Knit" hosiery, has received s
'\ and young fruit, while between the DIES OP WOUNDS and; made one feel that truly life is The menu consisted of five courses at Tarpon Springs last week. her spring and summer samples and
-1 ; rows the scallop summer squashes are Worth while. Miss Fowler presidedat and consisted or chicken beef, ham, Mrs. Babcock spent several days will be glad to show same on re
gr 'fruiting: and young tender squashes the piano and was accompanied by I Irish potatoes, potato salad, cabbage last week and this.visiting friends in quest. Leave your order, for any
', the"sic* of a saucer were to be seen RECEIVED IN WAR Mrs. Baker' with mandolin, Mr. Jules I salad, pickles. all kinds of jellies and Kissimmee. of the more than sixty shades, at

' t in every direction. His Irish potatoes I I'-t Dasen with flute and fMr. Goss with preserves, pie, cake and in fact everything Messrs. Woods, Edwards and Hill 518 South Broadway. 17-1-pd
1; 1 are about ready to bloom and the} /saxaphone. The rmrsic was delight- that goes to make a good visited friends in Orange Center the
ground seemed full of potatoes from ', UNION VETERAN OF TilE SIXTIES ful'and pleasing to the ear and made dinner. The most attractive dish be- past week. They are thinking seriously -
: the sis of a hen's egg to the size:: of ANSWERS TilE CALL FROM the boys of the 60's feel a thrill of ing the cabbage, which was cooked of settling here. They have

',' ,, .. 'goose eggt and through the long ON HIGH. young life again. Just outside under .outside in a large kettle'where every made extended visits to the east coast
-- :;rows of potatoes corn was just startling I __ the wide spreading veranda the splendid one could see it, and this was thoroughly country and say {bat this is away
up" and as soon as the potatoes I, Mr. T. C. George, for more than cornet band of sixteen pieces fromZephyrhills enjoyed. There were more ahead of anything on the east coasts SECONDHANDFURNITURE
-u are dug the corn will make a crop. four years a resident of Kissimmee, was giving forth sweet than three hundred dinners served and The school house in section] 16 was
I ,fII :'\ Thertand) that had just produced a fine died at a local sanitorium early Wed- strains of music that reverberated there was abundance of everything.Mrs. the scene of a large ,gathering' last
I 'drop of sweet potatoes has bene re- nesday evening, death resulting from through the streets and floated Out E. E. Williams was at the headof Sunday. Everybody present enjoyed M2ome
*.-plowed and now aet to tomatoes and wounds he received at Petersburg, onto the bosom of the placid Lake refreshments committee. and is due hunting for rabbit eggs. *
,i-folly 2,000 plants set a little ahead of Va., during the war between the states. East Tohopekaliga and gave an air of much credit. A. W. Flathers attended the G. ,.. WANTEDI
..ijthtaar.noW' and will be in', Mr. George was seventy-three years melody and rythm to the entire"city. At 2 p. m. the various organizations R. convention at St. Cloud last Tuesday
r :the market within a very short time of age and was a native, of Wisconsin After the. first round had been digested assembled in secret sessions, the G. and Wednesday.Mr. .
IA with aji immense crop of the bright He came to Kissimmee for his health, the'' soldier boys and guests as A. R.I at their hall, the W. R. C. at Green of the A. C, L. Was an have purchased the Stock an.
-Mt luscious fruit. and found that the climate was fine well were again ushered Into the par- the Baptist church and the Ladies of Orange Center visitor afew days Stand at 15 Broadway and '
,1 'To show how to cultivation we had pointed bought property and lived here until guest of honor of the occasion Col. The W.-R. C. meeting was presided cause of the burning of a nice bunchof prepared to either buy or sell

c ,,01 'to os strawberry plants set three his death. John McElro, past national senior over' by 'Department President Mrs crossties some days ago. '
.-.....k. ago' that at that time contained The deceased Is survived by one. vice-commander G. A. R.; Co). G. M. Elmina Westcott.. The most prominent -
I '". nothing but the bud, not a leaf on daughter, Mrs. J. D. Sneeringer. Saltzgaber. U. S. commissioner of pen- address at this meeting was that New and
'th*' plants, today the plants are as Mr. George had planned<<{ a trip to alone; Col. D. L. Rice, representing given by Mia. Isabel Worrell Ball on TAI
i ? J.. 'large aa a table.saucer and in bloom. New Mexico but death intervened, betaking the Army and Navy Union, and Mrs. the "Desecration of the Flag. She
_ The same ,was true of the raspberries ill just before he had Intended Ida S. MeBride\ national president held her audience for nearly an hour Notice is hereby given that the extension Second-Hand ,
planted-three weeks ago and now ,in to make his departure with his son- Woman's Relief Corps; Mrs. Isabelle and everyone was so delighted they of thirty days allowed by the
L"th8 *full bloom.: -.' in-law, J. D. Sneeringer, who was here Worrell associate editor of the Na- would have gladly listened to her county commissioners for the closingof
' W* know that to the person who Is with his wife .to accompany him to the tional Tribune and also past national longer the state and county tax books will Furniture
'not'acquainted with.the conditions west senior vice-president of the W. R. C. Other addresses were made by; Col. expire on April 30, and thto books will J '
., 'they exist inFlorida, thla.wilt sound Funeral and burial occurred yesterday No one present was !given a more John McElroy, past national vice- close promptly on that date.C. 'If you have furniture to sell-
unreasonable,- but /"the iroof ef the in the local cemetery being in hearty greeting by the.(X A. R. boys president G. A. R.; .Col. G. M. Salta- L. BANDY, If you want to buy.fnrnltur.-.
i4 'pudding is ,in the ating, and If any- charge Of therlocal post of the G. A. than was Colonel Saltzgaber, who presides "vaber. commissioner of pensions andRe 16-4t Tax Collector. .. .
_i 'one J desires< to be :'convinced *t the It.. who attended 'the service ina over their pension .,departmentat W. B. Westcott. I. \ :
truthfulnetaof, the 'Statements con. body; after which the body was borneto Washington and who greeted each Next followed the reports of several i Mr*. W. M. Siver, who resides at and See Me;.! I

-i! .:. tained herein they, can come and"t.I'tlutaaeIY. Its last resting; place to await the of the bovs who wore the blue with of the department officers: and great No. 6 Brack street, had the misfortune
l% : .' .I: ,bugle 'sound from. pn'high' I the handclasp of a comrade and had a enthusiasm prevailed. Then came the to break an arm last Tuesday night by We are sure to treat you JI ZL /t|;r
Fsnslercamesout1ii fee which Mrs. Isabel falling down the stairs at her home. .1 ,
When, Mr. pleasant word and a smile for each memorial service at 1
vlanded' at JCiealmmee i and rented a FURNISHED BUNGALOW f07 rent one. 4 I IOthers' Worrell Ball paid tribute to the The family have only been here two "r" ,;.
tD1eea of truck: land to Vy it out before '1- Paradise Island;(: three" bed rooms, prominent G. A. R. circles past national officer who have passed months eomingHrom Detroit, Mich ,
-- .'"'iYUd. a '.horltllM, wa sleeping porch. Electric light. : who graced the occasion with away during the* past rear. Miss We -are glad to note, ,however, that D. .
7 "coa'rineedhere was where 'he Phone ,1C7P.. O. box' 671.172tpd their prel.neewe might mention were Leighton of St. Petersburg the deceased Mrs. Slyer is improving nicely and will E. '!1 1ti

ii1 -;. ':.o lLId. Bttl down i- build, ,a .home. Capt. WTO Siggins, commander of De- department. officers' Mrs Gibbs, soon have the use of her arm again./
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