Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: March 12, 1915
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00689
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Enthusiasm of the kind that makes When the board of trade hold. Its What can be accomplished by feed
for and The Popularity contest started at next meeting on Thuroday, March 25. lag cattle In Florida before shipping
a greater grander more pros
Graystone casino has been taken w i Fth
> Kissimmee marked what II. A. the committee on manufacture andnew was demonstrated this week by J. ,
Hunter, of the H On ter Land company, over by the in merchants it and Miss who Marion were participating -,aIr. enterprises, of which S. B. Ault- R. Donegan, of the Deer Park Stock

t called a "get-together" dinner given at has been given sole Latty man is chairman, will report upon Farm, when he shipped to the Tampa e=
the Country club last Saturday night. I, charge as man- plane to organize and operate a lacking Packing Company fifty hlad of the d

The dinner was also in compliment ager./ The merchants' committee, house and cold storage plant in finest stock that has ever gone, out ti'

to F. B. Robins head of Robins Lim- of C. W. Dann W. T. Makinson composed Kisdimmee. from Osceola county. '
ited, a monster real estate and invest- C. Dutton held This .protect, which has long beena This shipment of cattle, which was
ment company of Toronto, Canada, nesday with all the a meeting contestants on cherished hone of Osceola county kept at the stock yards here for several

and London, Eng. Mr. Hunter as a ent or represented, at which time pres-the took on new life at the meeting oil days before being loaded for
host needs no eulogy. His ability whole matter the board held la night, when. Secretary Tampa, attracted considerable atten-
was amicably
ji along that line is a natural gift. His the satisfaction of all concerned.arrangedto i Prentis read a communicationfrom tion. Everywhere comments were '

versatility as a speaker and entertainer The prizes as originally offered have I the Moultrie, Ga., board of trade, made upon the high class appearance ..f
!'( er is too well known to Kissimmee all been secured and the J. R. GILBERT telling how a packing house wa, ''of the anlmais and their good weightIn '
--I: { people to need any extended descrip- the contestants last standing of R. MAX started and is making a success. in comparison with the ordinary "
as reported accepted Renominated for Mayor. \ Renominatrd'for City Clerk. that city. herds
tion.Mr. as the official of those sent out from this eountyror:: j
Hunter's guests were, in addi- taking part.A rating -- -- The attendance at last night's meet tor teat matter from any other point
tion to Mr. Robins, the following gentlemen new form of tickets has been Closest Race in History of City ing of the board was not large, but In the state. t
: E. L. Lesley, chairman of the there was a spirit present which augurs The herd
was composed entirely of ,
adopted and all old tickets must be suite in Marshal's Race in
+' Osceola county commissioners; H. C. turned in by Thursday of next week. I, well for the future of the city. native cattle, which bad been gradedIn
9 Stanford president of the Kissimmee Miss Man's Primary-Other President H. C. Stanford presided and a small way and which had been
... Latty will be ready at all timesto I
r board of trade; Andre Van der the topics were brought up and disposed on feed for about, ninety data Afew
explain the contest to those taking Named by Voters.When .
Meersch, State Senator A. E. Done- 1 , of in a business-like manner.
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part and she will handle all of the .. were by
Kan, Judge G. F. Kribbs!, J. M. Lee, details. The packing house topic was probably -' Mr. Donegan and the cattle were .
W. B. Makinson. J. D.lark, H. A. George W. Overstreet .l. the most Important matter considered Into this .. '
A list of the merchants who are feated Floyd Tison by the Ilar : turned field .first, after .
Hamilton W. B. Harris and E. E.: : > but there were many other
Mangle. taking part in the contest and the margin of one vote In the '" I subjects given attention which should which they were fed cotton meal and ,
bulls. *
I The dinner itself was equal to Mr. in standMg of the contestants are given man'i primary held last : result in good things for Kissimmee.Has This .
Hunters fame as a host, but as he an Mvertisement on another page. won the nomination for $100.000 Capital. feeding process was'. just an

&.4 aptly put it, the food was merely a tax collector of Kissimmee by The letter read by Secretary Prentis experiment made by Mr.;; 'Donegan. "t

i tempter to bring out the guests that BRINGS IN 33 HEAD smallest of majorities and the only from the Moultrie board stated whether upon a small,it-would-prove-scale ? t* ,'determine-ofttaba..w'procSuce t.-
rr other and better things might be of the kind on record here.Tbls that the Moultrt Packing company .
before them. race was the most had a better quality: of beef than shaa
; brought ; pork packers, Just completed Its
I With Mr. Hunter as the leader enthusiastic the entire ticket and It was nIp ''I plant at a cost of $100.000 about two heretofore been, J'1H4.,'In'.Hois' ) '
discussion of topics to improve SHORT HORN CATTLER. tuck between the'two men as ,fji' months ago, but that t... already Ida. . ..-' pleased '
r and enlarge Kissimmee were counting progressed after the proving a big success. According to Mr. Donegan is highly with "
brought up one after the other in aji had closed. the information cited in the letter I the result obtained and thinks the 1.
J: Rollff and Q. H, Chenowltb. I
endless stream of "gettogether"ideas. two West Virginians who have en- Mr. Tison accepted bis de this plant required operating capitalto cattle will weigh from too to '1.500.
tered the stock raising business In gracefully and told fr'ends he the amount of $ 60,000 and the pounds. He has a great many of the
r' The speakers besides Mr. Hunter In- satisfied to allow the vote to company already has $100,000worth same class of cattle upon the range
..0Juded practically every one of the Osceola county on a large scale, without asking any recount. of meat in cold storage -, which b. thinks would .produce'' ,
brought in thirty-three head of shorthorns
guests. Mr. Overstreet's total vote The men who organised the company equally as much beef it the same ays"
Mr. Hunter's'' PI... from Gainesville this week to i83. while Mr Tlson polled 182. and promoted It to a successful tern" wu followed out. '-i '.1' ..\
The main the be placed on their range at Pine Island Klssimmeeif ''He expects the 1.1 to average between -''- ,. ':'
topic was suggestion : H. R. May was renamed for start offered to come to '.
of Mr. Hunter for the production of 1 where they own 3,600 acres of without opposition with a total their expenses were paid and study $50 and $60 a head, whereas ' I' ',>'
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preserved Florida products upon a land.Mr. I of 30J. the situation here with a view to making the ordinary three tfouryearolds' ,
email scale ..-. nucleus of a perma- Rolift In speaking about the :J. R. Gilbert,vwho was GEdRGE W.. OVEBSTREET suggestions tof the usually bring about $20 per head.1'; ,. ;;
neat and larger factory which would bringing In of tbese'catUe -declared was names for city clerk with a for Marshal and Tax to follow. It.was suggested following Mr.' Doaegan in speaking of the, ,
w' wake the name of Kissimmee famousIn that the time is coming when Florida of 312 votes. the reading of the letter that the experiment also called attention to

every household of the land. Mr. will be the greatest cattle produc- J. Z. Roberson/ with a vote of Collector. better plan would be for a committee the fertilizer product which will"'ta,
ilk Hunters idea was to make use of the ing state In the union. also won without opposition.W. from Klssimmee to go to Moultrie and a marked degree Offset the cost "of ." .
kitchen of the Country club as the lie is a man of many years' experience W. review the situation there and report feeding and which can be capUallae4..t
Carson W. vote for executive committee-
; first home of the preserving factory and his views upon the subject back their ideas upon how the plan into a paying business as / ;
and J. I) Woodbeck were toe follows S. H. Bullock,
d with Mr. and Mrs. Smith in charge.He are well worthy of consideration. was as : there could be modified upon smaller to stock raising. :
IV brought forth some samples of I ful candidates for ; W. C. Bass, 254; C. A. Carson, scale for Klssimmee. From his experiment Mr: Donegan' .. .
: There were four candidates In : F. Ii. Lawson 241 and H. M.
'fir marmalade and ; After considerable discussion the
orange guava jelly Is also firmly convinced that the dairy'
I made in other sections .of the state to FIRST SHIPMENT OFSTRAWBERRIES F running with three to elect. 231. None thes6 candidates matter was referred to the committeeon business a large scale can be made';
hti. vote wall as follows: W. W. opposition. there being five
which he compared the products made manufactures and new enterorisesfor a paying Investment In Osceola counrty.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith. The 260; J. W Thompson. 264 ; J. on the committee to fill. .'
by super- a report at the next meeting.Membership '
Woodbeck 221 ; II. W. general city election will be
iority was so apparent that as a forcible MADEThe Increasing. It is likely that Mr. Donegan's,
show of his feeling in the matter 181. on Saturday March 27th, Secretary Prentis announced that experiment will bear fruit and t' at w

'y he tossed the samples of products the membership had now increased to other cattlemen will follow1' In '.bisfootsteps '
made elsewhere into the open fire- first shipment of refrigerated .l"I ninety-two and a number of personsare better cattle and, "'
place. It is Mr. Hunter's plan to seek strawberries ever made from Kissimmee CONGRESSMAN SEARS S. SENATOR BRYAN yet to be seen by the committeein getting better, producing prices for. their product ;.,
some distinctive name for the prod- was sent to Atlanta on Tuesdayby charge of this work. *-- "*
ucts and make them just a little bet- Clark Howell. The secretary also reported that information If they do Osreola county: : 'shonldprove ,

ter in quality than any on the market.He This shipment consisted of sixty- RETURNS TO VISJTS KISSIMNEE as requested by Major La- one of 'the most prosperous '"* ;, j
suggested the nam of "Goldmohr" four crates of luscious berries and Due, of the U. S. army engineers sections in the state. :
4 but declared that he was willing for begins what the Osceola County Truck corps, in regard to commerce down \ .- > z
the to have other Growers' association hopes will be the the river had been sent ; .
products some name, showing comparative .
TO BE AGAIN C. W. Randall who h..:%JaRS.tu..7
of Kissimmee and Osceola GIAn HOME >8 DAY WITH RELATIVES I was ;
if a better one could be found. opening up figures for 1918 and 1914 and
Following Mr. Hunters suggestion county. strawberry growing sec FL.KAHKD WITH AND SAY8 HE EXPECTS the added Information that the traffic directing the showing of the ,,

le along this line, Mr. Lee offered to give tions.B. TION! OK BOAUI) OF on the river now amounted to between moving pictures of .the GasparilU "
E. Evans agricultural adviser for SESSION OK CONGRESS celebration at Tampa, Is the man who .q
to the enterprise the guavas WILL MAKE TOUR OF 160 and 200 tons daily. ,
made the of Kissimmee '
grapefruit and oranges it would need. Osoeola county, returned from St. OCTOBER. As the result of numerous inquiries moving pictures ,
'c Mr. Robins, to show his immediate interest Cloud, especially to look after the TRICT. for maps of Osceola'county showing two years ago under the-- direction

in Kissimmee, placed himself on making of this shipment States Senator Nathan P. the section lines, numbers and of J. D. Woodbeck. 9
record as the first subscriber for stock S. F. Fansler is also preparing to Congressman :Joe Sears Is was a distinguished visitor other valuable information, the secretary

la the company to the amount of make a similar shipment of bemes. again. scenes of his boyhood days 'n was instructed to purchase a ed himself. feet with. '#
t 1000. He also agreed to purchase At least he was here for a few Monday, when he spent mail supply for immediate use in answering the further plan of keeping a build.'; '

the first dozen cases produced. CONSTITUTIONAUTYOFFRUIT -to be exact be arrived on a purely social visit w'th these inquiries. It was also ing their under state supervision for ; i; ''
Practically every man present spY and left again on Tuesday here. decided to ask the board of county permanent exhibt of Florida: pro '' '

proved of Mr. Hunter's plan which to attend a grand lodge meeting Bryan discussed the differ commissioners to prepare a larger dada .,' V '. ,
ter will be given further impetus at future the Knights of Pytb'.. at measures before, Con map of this kind bearing advertising Frees Association.' . r
meetings of this kind, which Mr. Hunter LAW ATTACKED He was due to return today and during the session just closed matter about the county for distribution That Ki..lmmee\C8D entertain,'the : '
hopes to hold every two weeks remain here moot of the time declared that he believed Pres'- to those who are Interested in this. Florida Press association next year if ""

-with a different list of men attending D. Contending thatno about the first of June, when ho Wilson will call a session to be- section of the state. she desires 'to,do ao .... the word, ,
each session so that the "get-togethr Washington! the thing return to; Washington to October 1, Instead of dur- Insurance Rate Matter. brdnght to the board by.'W.. ,B..Hsr--1 l lat
to two persons mean same month looking after A communication from the Clearwater ris of the Gw & '
a er" spirit may spread every part Valley Last year; .
when they speak of a "mature orange the late spring or summer, as
of the city. for Florida citrusgrowei'll work. to bel'eve. board of trade asking aid in Fort Myers, a good showing was
City Beeotlfnl Plea. attorneys Sears a seem a campaign to seek state legislationto mad. by Klssimmee and following the'r y
before the court at- Congressman spent don't believe President Wilson
+i't Mr. Hamilton offered a number of supreme of the month in Washington seeing re..r.e Insurance laws was received usual custom, the meedn&.t.) Miami t '
suggestions along the city beautiful tacked the constitutionality call us back on the Job. right and it was decided to write the Clear. next week would select Kissimmee for
1 which things are done and getting on r,
law of prohibits
Florida 1911, unless something Import-
Mr. Stanford water people that the Klssimmee next if the is
is and complimented subject
Idea of "Immature" citrus fruit.It the proper capers for solons of year : properlypresented. e
shipping International entan-
for his initiative; in beautifying the indefinite cle Sam's government. involving board of trade will give whatever help , ;I u
was contended the law was too arises, he said. "The ses that ;
"grounds about his store. Mr. Hamil it can to relieve this situation in regard ,It was decided a committeecomposed l
would improve to be valid. The argumentwas Although he plans a trip over just closed bas been a very long '
ton's plan was one which to rates, etc. of Messrs.- Stanford.' W.;B.<
the approach to the city dock made in the case of S. J. Sligh, entire district to become one. Of course, there were The request of the Jacksonville Harris and Fronds -
c arrested. in Orange county, Florida, on with the desires of bis the President hoped tappn-v, ,
:and the grounds about the city water matters board of trade for information about the dty council and county>commte-T
,and light plant. a charge of.violating the law. he will make Kisslmeo his go through but in a number of Kissimmee and Osceola: county, which stoners wlth.a.vteW"'of"II&YiJlend \.;: Je a

Mr. Lee, besides making his generous tore and declares that he will be there was nothing done, but al- was referred to the trade body by the representatives to Miami to, aek,' ,
r'' : offer to the new industry, sug- club agreeing to furnish cypress at all Um. to hear from any ". r It has been full of import- county commissioners met with the for the meeting. next year., ." ;;$- .'

e a plan to manufacture ,starch blocks for the work. It seems, likely of the district upon matters of a and I can't say the. time approval of the board and was referred Mr., AaltmaD.broal'ht,up the .....' '.!.2.J..
f jested? ....... from the expressions.made. at the islative. nature. altogether waate L" to the advertising committee lAIr of drainage-In the northern ...., .l;>A
f ei' .Mr. Stanford urged a local packinghouse meteing that this,'improvement. has "I 'am* glad tar 'be' home action. It is the purpose 'of the Jacksonville Won of th. city and a committee CMS-: _".. 'f a.

.;., a sold storage plant and a fer-. good.. 'chances of being realised.and dinner said Mr. ..Sears "and I am'.a'a4 M. Sensiba. of the firm of Sensi- organization keep this in. posed of,Masers Canon Hariri; a.r '" {Ii'
+, ,.tilfser factor,.. -, 'Altogether theme.ting: which see my home city up and doing. ., large stock growers of Jer- formation oa file and furnish It to Inquirers Ragsdalo .will present this ,. 11a, <..,
Another topic which came up during: was should'wsult.a great;success' t and one reorganisation and livening up .. Mont, has been In the city this who ask about Florida.' : the city council for'action.,.- .. ,,',.: >: .vi
;." : the matter of Improvef ,a "gettogether"spirit While this ..ubj.ctPresidentStanford A number f bills order. ',.
I the that will future board of trade la a great thing investigating the eattie. busi upon t were .. .
thTroldway from-th. dty'to the I spread through rneroffffftiniiies It pleases a.-t. bear ,such- in this section, with ''view;to referred to the idea of a sad'the board adjourned. to .t.sjt < '
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:1HL4: .e, : TO GET: OUT OF MEXICO A U. S. PORT PROGRESS OF WAR FORCES e.'W. Fleming, who will"b. remembered ,' e,L

Newport Newt, Va,-The. German by many residents of Kissim-
armfcred liner Print Eltel Friedrioh arrived mee, with his wife, are spending this '.J;
!t here this week. No one claim winter at their home in Reading1.Mich. .Th:,
Wa.hlnl'tonAlI Americans have to know the object of her visit further Londbn.--A* England sees it not ., but Mr. Fleming] declare In s '.;
y+ bee. ordered out of Mexico, according than that she needs coal and supplies.She since the war began has the sltU'a-1 I ADVERTISED LETTERS. letter renewing; his subscription to the
f to dispatches received from the foreign SACRED CONCERT GIVENAT is also said to be in need of repairs tion both on land and sea been more Valley Gazette that if he live be will \! t.t ,
embassy here. and may intern here. She Is saidto favorable to the allies than it is today. I Advertised list for; the two weeks not spend another winter shovelingsnow. :
IC ; The order came from Secretary METHODIST CHURCHThe have 320 French and Russian prisoners Confident opinions of this nature are ending March 22, 1915. ..",+
Bryan and was transmitted to the of war aboard. The Prinz Eitel finding constant expressions in Lon I Alderman Dr. A. H.; Anderson, J. I "Both my wife and I have had good
Brazilian minister at Mexico City', according Friedrich was last reported at Valpa- don. W.; Cole, 1dward; Cole Mrs Lena; health this winter until about two .
., to this dispatch. evening service at the Methodist raiso, Chile.AUTOllCENSE. Slowly but surely, it is argued, the Daniel Miss Lottie; Fenicale Mrs. weeks ago when we both took a se- ,j
t A fleet of seven battleships is be- Episcopal church last Sunday was --- allied fleet is creeping toward Constantinople i Mary ((2)); Harrison W. G.; Jordan vere cold. We are getting better now,
ing assembled before Vera Cruz to given over to a sacred concert which and thus opening another)' Mrs. R. W. (4)); Jordan, H. W. ((2)); but have to stay close to the house. '\;
be under command of Rear Admiral was one of the best of the kind ever [ lAW road to Berlin ; the retirement of Field I Llewellyn, John; Law, J. 11.; Maddox I "If we both live this is the last win- ;:'
William B. Capcrton who is now I heard in Kissimmee. The program Marshal von Hindenhurg's army from Fred G.; Monreo, Miss Essie Lily ter I shall put in shoveling snow." '
steaming to the Mexican coast from follows north Poland in said to be imminent May McNeal I
was an : ; Mattie; Paro, E. H.; :
(;U.II1tllnnmo.The Voluntary. by many British observers of affairs; Snipes, J. N.; Story Andrew; Turner The lakes of oil in the western oil
ships composing the fleet are I Opening sentence, "The Lord in His I ENFORCED in t the west the allies claim the ascendancy Mrs Jessie; Wilson B. J.; ]Futch Miss fields prove death traps to the ducks
the battleships Delaware, Georgia; Holy Temple," choir all along the line althoughno Mildred. which alight on them under the impression -
: armored cruiser Washington protected Prayer, Rev. Lawler. I decisive engagements are being'' B. B. SIMPSON Postmaster. ; that it is water. The birds
cruiser Tacnma, cruiser Des Moines I I I Prosecutor W. B. Crawford declares I
I SeleC'tE'd. orchestra. ] fought while in the Balkan and in I -- -- 1 rarely escape.
that he
will enforce the
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and gunboats Petrel and Sacramento. Hymn No. 354, uO, For a Heart to automobile -. I Italy, according to British interpretation Figures compiled by the Austro-'
Fresh outbreaks involving the safety Praise My God" Chas. Wesley license law In Osreola county."I of political news, the majority is ,| Hungarian and: German consultes at Wild pigeons were known te be
,q of Americans occurred at Progrcso "They That Trust in the Lord" I never like to take radical steps. clamoring for intervention on the side''' New Yor kshow that 560,000 reservists the most voracious eaters of the animal
and the cruiser Des Moines which Carrie B. Adams; choir. said Mr. Crawford "without first of the allies. i of their countries who registered kingdom in proportion to their
was tseamingi, fur Vera Cruz, was ordered "Watch Thee and Pray Thee" warning the public but 1 mean this The crisis in Greece seems temporarily themselves for service are unable to size. One consumed 1,000 grains of
+ to return to Progresso with all Wakefleld I Smith; soprano solo, Miss to be my warning." bridged by formation of a new obtain transportation.GO wheat in a day.
(6 speed. Alma Griffin. The state law provides that every cabinet, but whether the new premiercan
Offertory, Miss Thompson. automobile must bear a state license I control the chamber of deputies is TO
Hymn No. 548, "Blessed Assurance number and that the owner or drivermust (causing much speculation here.
REAL CITY LOTS TO ," Fannie J. Crosby. carry with him a copy of his Though officially denied, reports insist B. DICKERSONF.r THE
"I'm a Pilgrim" E. S. Lorenz; duet, registration I with the Secretary of that a ministerial crisis also has QRAYSTONEI
Miss Ella May Gilbert Miss M. Bob- State. The number must be prominently -' arisen in Bulgaria. Cffrrum Lath,.Pine Lath, r.<..> '
r BE SOLD AT AUCTION bitt. displayed. Blanks and full Paris has officially confirmed that Pla.lrr. 1 1'a...., l.timr. Crmtrml -
"Spring Song," Tallman violin solo particulars as to the requirements of the super-dreadnought Queen Eliza- llrlrk. Fire Clay. Kir Ilrlrk. ll.ii.i-
3Y ; ; I-rr .!! ...... mma B.lldlBK DI.......
Harold Buz7a. the .aw can be secured from the Secretary beth slipped into the Dardanelles 1<:.....,..hI... I.ARTIFICIAL .
i. w. TBU..'.. pri i.,. niTEi.
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L An event which will prove of interest "Abide With Me, A. L. Ashford; of State at Tallahassee.The proper Monday and bombarded the STOIVD
k to real estate owners and those contralto solo, Mrs. Paul K. Wcaxer."There law provides a penalty of a Turkish forts, another one of whichon PORCH COLUMNS 1.IUIIT I'OLK.SCor. and ELECTRIC
who might become purchasers is thee I is a Green Hill," Ch. Gou line not to exceed $25 for the first the European side has been partly Open Year Round ] -
e I auction sale of residence lots in Kis nod; quartette Miss (Gilbert, Mrs. offense. n fine of not less than $2:' demolished.i Ilroadrmr and Midland II. n.
simmer, to be conducted next Monday I Weaver, (G.; G.! Buzzu, E. K. Huzza. nor more than $50 for the second of Petrograd dispatches say the German Phone 141. bat OOOOOOO.OOOO..OOOO
.' 1 morning, the 15th at !10 a. m., on the "]!< Voight; quartette, fi'iiso. and) a Hnr of not less thnn )511 failure to reduce the Russian fortress -
x, property owned by I Ingram and )Done violins, H. DeWitt) Brown I II. S. Ito z- nor iiK.rc than $ ilia( for the (bird of Ossowetz. toother with the
gan, on Sumner street near the highs za; viola, Miss Thomason; ('cello Mrs. :snb'.cqu.nt l | t \ lolal ioiiH A Jiill .sea-I reported German defeat at Grodno; The Place Where You Always Save Money
s r '( school building. The property is out K. DeWitt Brown. I !once' of ten dills may be given In the and Pr/.asnysr. moans definite abandonment I
1 of the ordinary run from that usually "In (God'H;, 'Eternal; Day," J. S. Fearis third I Instance.Thr of the German; ofTVnsvie in The FAIR PLAY MEAT MARKET
put oh in this manner as in the past ; duct (violin obligate)), Mr. and i > law has not been lowly enforced north Poland.
lots sold at auction have been in the Mrs. Weaver. I j I: In the part but Mr Crawford In Cent rol! Poland both lh-', Russians I!,
it outskirts of the city while this property "With Him at Last" Blount; choir. cited its necessity and declared, and the Germans; are attacking alternately - Saturday and Monday Specials
is within a stone's throw of the Benediction.The I that hereafter! he would see that its with no appreciable change
r business section and of the high' choir which took part is made I i provision- lived up to by auto- The same is true in the Carpathiansand Armour's Star Hams 18c poundPicnic
'it school; concrete walks have been laid up of the following members: soprano mobil t' III In O.iceola county. generally along the western a
Miss Alma Griffin, Miss Ella May Gilbert ; front.
and that section of the city is rapidly
Hams ISc Pound
'4 building. The Kissimmee band will Miss Myrtle Babbitt. Miss Helen BIG HOTEL IK'IOH I a
furnish music for the occasion, and Bass, Mm. W. L. Paulk Miss Maude A WONDERFUL HEALING l Fine Frying Chickens Stall Fed Beef
) ti live dollar gold pieces and souvenirs Thomason; alto, Mrs. J. R. Gilbert, SarasotaFire starting In the fLU-1
i Mrs. Paul K. Weaver; tenor Mr. G. rear of the Hotel Palms complete1)
will be scattered the crowd
among as
per advertisement of The United, G. Buzza; bass, Mr. E. K. Buzza, Mr. destroyed that hotel here at 2 o'clock ENCE IN KIDNEY Phone 245 JOE POWERS 12 oil
Realty company, which will be seen P. K. Weaver. Monday morning und swept two oth..rhUlllnl'rs Avenue
elsewhere in this issue. The presents. The orchestra has the following blocks adjacent entailing a --
and money are on display at The members: piano Miss Louise Thomason loss of over 00,000.1 The hotel was A year and a half ago I was-taken
Palace Drug store in Kissimmee. ; violin Miss Helen Jones H. S. 'filled at the) time and many guests with a severe attack of Kidney trouble I 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000..0ts
Railroad fare will be refunded both Buzza Prather Gilbert; cello Mrs. R. had narrow escapes. Mrs. Mary Willis that pained me to such an extent that
ways to out-of-town( purchasers from DeWitt Brown; cornet J. D. Wood- of Ilammondsport N. Y., was injured morphine had to be given me. Wasattended / e+a yen eo COOk
a radius of fifty miles. beck, Mrs. Mae Graves Ellis; trom- while being rescued. by a doctor who pronounced
x: ;* bone, Harper Casler; flute, Clyde Buzza it as Stone in the Bladder and prescribed -
; saxophone. Earl Morrow; director -I The deaf and dumb language was Lithia Water. I took Lithia UnenoYOU 4
ZIMMER SISTERS GIVE R. DcWitt Brown. introduced in the year 1749. Water and Tablets for some time and
t received no relief from them I stopped .
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_ FINE CONCERT HERE John M. Lee Plans Packing later house having I decided some to Swamp-Root try it and in felt the //cnen Ut ens//s

much relieved.) While taking the sec- ef -
ond bottle began to pass Gravel in the
i vi"I House For Possum Meat until I had in ,
Efc The Zimmer sisters who had appeared urine, passed all at least j$ v
here on a previous occasion I a half, dozen or more. and have not satIced i ,
l the slightest since-and in all f '
and pleased the music lovers gave
I another concert Monday night at the As an indication of the varied and the hoof at an unprecedented price, have taken one bottle and a half and ,
J Chapter House under the auspices of I many sided 1 industries of Osceola) county I which has. so encouraged the parties II feel very grateful to Swamp-Root. I f.
the Ladies' Aid society of the Christian it IS a pleasure to record the entrance interested in the industry that Mr. Yours veryt ruly
f church. I I of a new one into the com Lee is seriously contemplating the H. W. SPINKS, Y
; b. The audience, while it was pot as I I munity.On erection and operation of a 'possum I Camp Hill, Ala. I
large as it should have been considering !! Tuesday two weeks ago the pa'kingholJsethe only one of its Personally appeared before me this
), the program rendered first installment of one dozen of JohnM. kind in the United States 1t th day of August, 1909 H. W.
'S ,. was enthusiastic in its approval Lee's famous stall-fed 'possums Osceola county is known far and Spinks who subscribed the above
a .f the numbers given. was delivered to the Waters & 'ICar- wide throughout this great country as statement and made oath that the
4 \"'. Miss Nellie Zimmer( again showed I son Grocery company. The demand the Florida headquarters of the cattle same is true in substance and in fact.A. .
herself to be a harpist of unusual for 'possum meat is greater than the industry, and she is about to add an- B. LEE,
) ( while Miss Ethel Zimmer wona I' supply and the price is high. other star to her crown as the 'pos- Ex. of Justice of Peace. .
wealth of applause for her piano The Southport ranch, on account of sum headquarters of the American letter f. :
':; selections. Miss Ethel Zimmer also the richness of its soil and the sweet- continent. Who would not live in this r r. Klla rr. C..
y 'd ''r'r,: possesses a rich contralto voice, which ness of Its fruit, both cultivated and favored land, where 'posums are so Bla...m..>.. N. Y. ,
S+'s ', pleased in several numbers. wild appears to be adapted not onlyto plentiful and lazy and fat that you
.r' the multiple raising of 'possums stumble over them in your orange I Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do ..
} : END STOMACH TROUBLE. but to attract 'possums from all partsof !grove and have to build packinghouses For You. .
!( the surrounding country. There in order to keep down their numbers. Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer &: Co., fIT
hR GASES OR DYSPEPSIA Binghamton N. Y., for sample size
'-S are acres and acres of Citrus fruits -- a
I i and wild guavas at Southport and the DADE COUNTY BEGINS I bottle. It will convince anyone. You
"Pipe's Diapepsln" makes Sick. Sour 'possums for the pant few years have TICK ERADICATION\ will also receive a'bookletof valuable
Gassy Stomachs surely feel fine been growing larger and fatter and Miami.-Steps were taken at ameeting information about the kidneys and Co IS ONLY THOUGHTLESS TO GO ON USING

In five minutes. more numerous and exacting.!: At ; of the Stock Growers association -I bladder. When writing, be sure and : THE SAME OLD, WORN-OUT COOKING UTENSILS
length their depredations upon the I of southern Florida to formally mention the Kissimmee Valley Ga-
If what you just ate is souring on tangerines aroused the attention and j'begin the active campaign on tick I zette. Regular fifty-cent and one- WHEN YOU CAN COME TO OUR STORE, AND FOR
fir .I, Tour stomach or lies like a lump of the anger of John M. Lee, who began I eradication in Dade county. Following dollar size bottles for sale at all drug : A SMALL SUM. GET BRAND NEW ONES. AND DO
rt i lead, refusing to digest, or you belch to revolve in his sagacious mind ; this meeting it is expected that I stores. 11-4t :f
the state helath authorities and NOT FORGET MOST OF THOSE OLD ONES ARE
,, gas and eructate sour, undigested : the best way to cope with this new -
( food, or have a feeling of dizziness, : menace. After thinking over the mat ernment officials will be (' gov-j The Falls of Tequendama are situated .t NOT "SANITARY."
heartburn, fullness, neusea bad taste ter for several days he organized a 1 1 ed with and inspectors who near the city of Bogota, United I :.
L'!, in mouth and stomach-headache you 'possum hunt and captured one clo/'n employed l hy the I government, will States of Colombia where the River' .:. WE HAVE MANY KITCHEN LABOR-SAVING
} r' can get blessed relief In five minutes. of the largest and fattest of the come here for the purpose of taking Bogota rushes through a cleft thirty-
l Put an end to stomach trouble foreverby tribe and proceeded to house them in charge of the work. i iTw6 six feet wide and falls about GOO feet I' .
I getting a large fifty-cent case of suitable quarters] and! feed them deli more vats will be erected I II into a rocky chasm. Near the falls 0( INEXPENSIVE. COME SEE THEM.
"'"; Papa's Dlapepsin from any drug store. cacies. Arrangements were then made within the next week which will complete is the natural bridge of Incononjfo, t I'e
You realize in five minutes how needless with the Waters & Carson Grocery; I this feature in connection with 1 which is something more than 300.
9 it is to suffer from indigestion company to handle these. specimensof tick eradication and simultaneously feet high.In j I'W.
I with the arrival of ofTi-: B. Makinson Co. Phone 123
dyspepsia or any stomach disorder. our productive soil at the l best mar government j ; .
? It's the quickest, surest stomach doc'I''I ket price. The venture was a great I cers to assist in the work ('apt. 1. N. [I at least thirteen cities of Canadathe
tor In the world. It's wonderful! success. The "possums were sold on Smith will take up inspection work price of bread has advanced. .
throughout the county.
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{ GIRL STENOGRAPHER .SOL.VES" to'' -smSs at her Ironically I 'What ConeaIO.'''' ... ,'
Then," on 'down,'the stain: between bens, what n'" M....
the two officers, she went., Her glance .ItT Non that I wet of.' ?I.a, a
';$' traveled coolly from fac to'-fac* ,and "Florence, that.lsJI; year* .*. V'
I topped at) Floreno's. There she .MW with as you pleas., to spend ...... road,
r ,i :the MILLION DOLLAR: MYSTERY p how you wilt mars It,with yoslf .....,{;
-you arc'sorry for DM?* ahaskd. band-to-be. H. ,is a bra.. SUM gal..; "
/ ,.kepticall7"\t' : w lent young:man and Is fortwn*** tnfinding ni
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generous FlonneeThanb and gallant.} rest *f. :my days !
stairs during the struggle 'between dingy with the wear1 and tsar,,of 'centuries i Officers, I'' am ready." I expect,peace.. Perhaps Sometfanes I '
Final of 'the:* Brain. captors.. The police 1 it still holds good. r .
Episode i So the' Countess Olf passed Jones her'and f wtlll,talk over the c
who alhla her were recalled But h* felt sorry for the Woman up through the hall door forever. How things..that hav* happened :
to"par of (th lesser above. She had loved not but butr7l 't'r'
rogues. wisely many time. had'ah entered it, with do that only when w.1 ana
Million Dollar This for. moment. She too well. Far better for her if she guile and treachery In t_ Itwa you ,young folks to' talk to. 'After
MysteryBy stole out' and down as fates the landIng -. put an end to life.. Sh would not livea a the ram*. She bad played it and i your wedding Journey_yourtwill! return
year In that God-forsaken country lost, and she must pay her debts to here. While live this'shaU b* your
HaroW Mac Grata, I Senran. the Russian agent stood My kind father! said Florence, as Fate the ''Fiddler.' 'Slb.rlal"Tb.! tin I horn. 'I' demand-that much.' Free! '
waitingfor the taxicab to roll up to if she could read his thoughts."I or lead mines r the ankle, chains,' the I No nor looking over my shoulder.
. the porte cochere for himself, Brains had a hard time of it, my child knout and' many thing. that were when I walk down the streets: BO more' f
and Vroon. Norton had taken Florence It was difficult to play the butler far worse to a beautiful woman! Well, testing windows and doors t am my' I'
by the hand ostensibly to conduct with you about. The times that I so lour aa Braine was at her side self again I Prize Winning Solution of, her to the million. Suddenly fought down the desire to sweep iron she would suffer all these things with- ladl down eighteen years ago. Have ",
Brains mad a dash for liberty. Nor- into 'my arms! But. I kept an out a murmur.' And alway. then no fear. Neither Brain nor Olga will r
ton rushed after him. Just as he grip on that Impulse. It would have would be a chance a chancel ever, return; , a grip of
i "The Million Dollar Mystery"By reached Braine a shot was heard. imperilled you. In some manner it When they heard the taxicab rumble steel. "" ',
Brain whirled upon his heels and would have leaked out, and your lire down the driveway the street Three weeks later,Servan;'the Russian
las Damon crashed to the -floor. and mine wouldn't have been wortha Hargreave tamed to Florence. agent, left for Russia with his
Olga, intent upon giving nequally button." "Come along now, and well have three charges-Olga, .Brain aDd
A physician Las been summoned and it is leaned that Brainesnres. Norton whom she regarded Florence threw her arms around the bad taste taken off .our tongues: Vroon. It was a long; Journey they t
with Hargreave as having brought him and held him tightly. To win out is the true principle of went upon something Ilk. ten weeks,
Brains Olca and Vroo. are taken to the Siberian mines to end about the downfall, had hit her lover "That poor weak woman upstairs! life. It takes off some of the tinsel always watched always under the,

their lives. Harrreave who has. been acting as butler for Florence'sprotection instead. With a cry of despair she ahe "murmured. "Can't they let her and glamour, but the end is worthwhile strictest guard, compelled to 'eat with .
rr I dashed back into Florence's room ? ,
go ? "wooden>> forks and knives and spoons. .
reveals his ideality and embraces his daughter. quite ready to end it all. She rai.dthe ;; "No, dear. She has lost and losers They all trooped up the stairs to Waking or sleeping they knew no rest ,,

Joints the bands. of Florence and Norton after wVich be takes them to revolver to her temple, shuddered, pay. the stakes. That's life. Norton, Florence's room. S. wonderful is the from espionage. From.Paris to Berlin
and lowered the : so tenaciously i knew who I all the time +
weapon you was power and attraction of money that from Berlin1' to Petrograd then a
: Florence's room, wbers be turns the portrait of himself and presses a do we cling to life. didn't you ?" they forgot the humiliation of their known as St. Petersburg; and;( then '
Below they were all stunned by the "I did, Mr. Hargreave. There was late enemies. began the cruel Journey over the t
and 4 he her .hand
bntton the back of the portrait places on
;i opens suddenness of the shot. Instantlythey a scar on the lobe of your ear; and Hargreave approached the portraitof mighty steppes of that barbaric wild.
tbs million dollars. Thereafter follow the marriage of Florence and I sought the fallen man's side anda secretly I had often wondered at the himself took it from the wall, erness to the Siberian mines. The'
Norton hasty examination 'gave them the. likeness between you and the real pressed a button on the back, which way of the transgressor is bard *
and all i i. happiness. opinion that the man was dead. Happily i Jone. When I caught a glimpse of fell outward. Behold! there, in neat On the same day that Olga, Bnine'and
I a doctor was on the way, Servan I I that ear then I knew what the game packages of a hundred thousand each, Vroon made their first descent
having given a call, as one of the I I was. And I'll add you played it lay the mystic million t The specta- into the deadly mines Florence and
_, In St. Louis, Mo., way II Black Hundred had been badly wounded. amazingly well. The one flaw in tors were awed into silence for a mo Norton were married. After the storm
'. south side of the town and in I Braino's campaign was his hurry. lie ment. Perhaps the thought of each the sunshine; and who shall deny them }
of modest district stands' But what to do with the mad started the ball I I.
a woman j I rolling before gettingall was Identical-the long struggle, the happiness
tar apartment house. It i is upstairs? Hargreave advised themto the phases clearly established in j I terrible .hazards, the deaths that had I Immediately after the ceremony
dreds of its neighbors up wait. The houn. was surrounded; his mini.: He was a brave man anyhow taken place because of this enormous the two sailed for Europe on their
'i' Minnesota avenue It i is she could not possibly' escape save by !j ; and more than once he had me sum of money.A honeymoon; and it is needless to say a
.. high, red brick, stands on a one method, and perhaps that would i I wrier;. I Believed that prayers only million, sometimes called cool, that some of the million went with
few feet above the street, be the best for her. HarJ1r{>ave look-]I| wore necessary." why nobody knows! There it lay, them, but there war no mystery ,
the observer with an I ed gravely at Norton as he offered thin "And' do you think that you can without feeling, without emotion; yellow about itl! 'V I'
front that radiates rigid I I suggestion. The reporter understood: I lead 'orence' to the million ?" asked notes payable to bearer on de (The End.)
.p ity. The ten steps and the millionaire was willing to give the Ilarpreave, smiling. I mand. Presently Florence gasped,
f are spotless and the two I woman a chance. I "For one thing, it is in her room and Norton sighed, and Hargreave smiled. How To Glvo Quinine To ChOdrra.PHBB.tI.TNR t '
ed brick columns on the ,I "And you are my father?" said I has always J been there. It never was The face of Jones (or Jedson) aloneremained _. .it_
1 porch show they have been Florence, still bewildered by the in the cliest.! impassive.A bDproft<\o.h.I! Ill_*. end.,ie a T.otelI." turn SB.
The two windows in the I i amazing events. ""But I don't understand "Not bad, not bad," mused the million dollars is a marvelous Cat to Uk a..s d_ not mare the .tonteh.Chlldrm 1, d
ment reflect the silent !" her gaze roving from the real father. sight. Few people have ever seen it take It ._ nw know II <. 0--
,. I AIM ntMdallr (M 4 %o wlnit who eaaast
seldom used and Jones-to her father."I But perhaps after all it will be not even millionaires themselves. I take onilury 0t>tnln. .. iMx not ....MM Bart
J room." The shades are don't doubt it, childrepliec best if you show it to her yourself." daresay you never saw it, and I am .uM MTnor rinrttfla tb. ...... Try ,.''.
few inches below the Hargreave. "I'll explain. When 1 I "Just little uncertain ?" the t lb.Mat tiro rnm aced QuTntM for any V top a jibed tolerably certain I never have, or will! Ak for f-om>c_ original pe eta s TIle }
S lower sash with I hired Jones here, who is really Jed- millionaire. A million, ready for careless, eager __PKBJUUMB U blow la boul 11 sialfc 1't'
racy. The lace curtains son of Scotland Yard, I did so because "Absolutely certain. I will whisperin t/
are most precisely divided. we looked alike when shaven.It your ear where it is hidden." Nor .
I'. There is the home of an was Jedson who escaped by the balloon ton leaned forward as Hargreavebent - - - 09000000.- - - .- .- .- .- .- .- ,- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .-.-
his wife, and their daughter ; it was Jedson who returned the attentively. f fi:
ographer and the mainstay five thousand to Norton; it was Jed- "You've hit it," said the million-
{ little four-room house. Their son who was wounded in the arm; it aire. "But how in the world did you Fish Lake '
one of the short and simple : was he who watched the doings of the guc-sf it." DairyPure jj .
t the poor. The only fortune Black Hundred and kept me reason- "Because it was the last place anyone 'i
If ever had was misfortune. : : ably well informed. I myself guarded would look for it I judged at
t. cess had been__extremely you, my child. Last night unbe- the ,start you'd hide it in just such a I
!t'p The old folks are proud I known to you, I left, and the real some place where you couldalways Jersey Milk, Cream, Butter and Butter {
11 dutiful daughter and hopeful Jones-for it is easier to call him guard it and lay your handson Milk delivered at door t
x two brothers, who are that-took my place." it quickly if needs said must." j I your
'iiJ. .1"\\ home engaged in "And I never saw the difference!" "I'm mighty glad you were on my every morning. '
r', suits. exclaimed! Florence. side," said Hargreave. "In a few I 4
The careful management. "Tliat is natural," smiled the father. miiiutes we'll go up and take a look s
;i/ by the mother and the "You were thinking of Norton here at those packets of bills. There's a I DOWNING j I Io ; '
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of the household have made instead of me. Eh ?" very unhappy young woman there at I 241-L .
fortable and conservatively Florence blushed. present" I
'1 enough !good cloothes to "Well why not? Here, Norton!" "It ib in my room ?" cried Flor- + oo otoooooooooo'o.o..ooooooO.Ot.oootooo o.t.. .,
3, -'on Sunday, enough to spate The nr'.honaire took Florence's hand < nee '
,, ture shows, magaznies, and ant placed) it in the reporter's.' "It Hargreave n dded.
away a mite veery week. seems that IVe got to lose her after Meantime the Countess Olga hovered .oo.o..oooo ..
never hoped for more. all. Kiss her, man; in heaven's name, between two courses; a brave attempt .
, 000 kiss her!" to the window or to A WISE MANS
+ How the Ides Came to And "Norton threw his arms around turn the revolver against her heart. carries sufficient FIRE INSUR. .
Into this same home this the Ktrl and kissed her soundly, care In either case there was nothing left ANCE to protect his property '\,
-mryou are reading today carries I less of the fact that he was observedty \ in life for her. The man she loved while he Is living and arnpl LIFE,, '
that the daughter is to 1: botlr enemies and friends.uc.idenlv was oead below, killed by her hand. / INSURANCE to protect bin fsm. '
Ii in cash, like a diamond the policeman who had She felt as though she was treading : llr in the event of his death.' Her;< r
the sky. been standing" by the side of Braine air in some fantastical nightmare. She ...- also Insures his earning rapacity 4by
a Thereoill, be a thrill in ran into the living room. could not go forward or backward, and I I taking out an ACCIDENT sJoVfc"
+ for the f irl. Miss Ida Damon "H 'I alive! Braine is alive! He her heels were always within reach : HEALTH POLICY. Be.. they,
Minnesota avenue, St. Louis. just stirred!1" of her j pur .uers. f safe aide. =" "
year-old father, Albert and "What! exclaimed Norton and Har So this was the end of things The I We writ aU 11-es of INSURT; ,
trious mother, Caroline, will greave in a single breath. dreams she had had of going away : I ANCE that Insures"and endures < > ',' '
spread the paper on the : "Yes sir I I saw his hands move. with Braine to other climes, the happiness None but RELIABLE old Ua* CB- ; .- ;
window back in the snug It's a good thing we sent for a doctor she had pictured, all mere : J72" panics In this agency. v
kitchen and read these lines' He ought to be along here. about chimeras! A sudden rage swept over .' D. G. WAGNER, .
''over again to be sure that now." her. She would escape and Ihe' % Seeoad''Floor CUIzras Bank'JSUg'", ',
A really true. Even as he spoke the bell rang, and would continue to play ths game to : Klsslmmee, Fls. v ; .
; It Is a romance of true and they all surged out Into the hall, forgetting the -end. She would show them that !
'life that took its beginning I : for the moment all about the she had been the man's mate, not his .
and grew into fact I. million. Olga hadn't killed the man, pliant tool ? She raised the window L '
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One day last August Miss then ? The doctcr knelt beside the and in slipped the policeman who had '3.'
went to Chicago on a visit. stricken man and examined him. lie patiently been waiting for; her. Instantly

F,+ House Sixty Chird she saw stnpet'k flaming motion I'I I I I shrugged."Will, he live ?" temple.: she A placed quick clutch the revolver'at and the her policeman ARE YOU GOING TO START A NEWSPAPER ?' I IIF 1'

9 nouncing "The Million 'I "( {>"winl)'. A scalp wound that had her by the wrist. She I i
''r tery." She passed by. laid him out for a few minutes. He'll made one tigerish effort to free her-
:, Weeks later back at her be all right in a few day lie was self, shrugged, and signified that she ,.
er in St. Louis, one" f a long I I lucky. A quarter of an inch lower surrendered."I SO WRITE US ABOUT EQUIPMENT
of stenographers in the sky and he'd have passed in his che cl-s." don't want to hurt you, miss," i
? fice of a big roofing concern, l "(;nod!" murmured Servan. "So our said the policeman, "but i if you make We Have All Kinds Of .
I set at the task of checking ,\ ; friend will accompany' me hack to I I any attempt to escape I'll have to put /
ments in the newspapers. good Russia 0, we'll he kind to him I the handcuffs on you."
+ upon the announcement that I during the journey. Have him taken I "I'll) K quietly. What are you going I '
of $10,000 was being l I to the hospital, ward at the to du with me ?"
solution of "The Million ] I Now for th<' lady upstairs Toml"// "Turn you over to the Russian PRINTING MACHINERY I IiV.
tery," the solution to carry I A moment later Braine op<> I ajrent. He has extradi'ion papers, and I efin,
gestion for a plot with which I eye nnd the policeman assisted him 1 guess it's Siberia."
)pi the final episode of the j I to his feet. Servan. with a nod ordered "For me?" she laughed scornfully I ;yes
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drama. the police to hlp the wounded man 110 I look like a woman who would n. 1---- t'
v 0 e the taxicab which had just arrived. go to Siberia j
,1 I Reporter Finds Her Braine, now wholly conscious", flung "Be careful, miss. As I said, I ;
a! The girl hid an idea. She one look of hatred toward Har- don't want to use the cuffs, unless I '
'* the picture for weeks. Then ; ; and thai was the last either have to." | FOR SALE (;
,+ she wrote the idea into words Florence or her* father ever saw of She laughed ag-ain. It did not have !! !i : 4I1I
1 it to The Chicago Tribune. of the Black Hundred fine ,, a pleasant sound in the officer's (>ars. !I :
i< After the judges reached specimen ofa man gone wrong: j He had henry( women, suicidal bent, SOn
r to hunt out the young revenge. I "I'll ask you for that ring on your ,; "
.,J. The policeman returned to Har finR'{>r." I account of the consolidation of the Valley Gazetts md the :, (;
"Do you think there is poison" in it ?" Osceola Journal we have a surplus of printing machinery. W* offer "vet\
"I should be .
surprised, he admit-
WHEN "It's pretty quiet upstairs," he SUIe' for sale the following: t r. . '-9
: CALOMEL e8ted. "Don't you think, sir, that I'd ted.She slipped the ring from her fin- I
) try that bedroom door, again ?" ger and gave it to him. 1 Intertype Typesetting Machine: '. : \
"Well, if you must," assented Har There i is poison in it, so be careful V.:
MAKES YOU reluctantly. 'But don't be how you handle it," she said. I Practically New-Extra Magazines. ",,' '. -1 fi-
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; ;, with her if you can help it." The policeman accepted it gingerlyand I 1 'r

For Braine he had no sympathy. dropped it into his capacious 1 Book and Job Campbell Press ;l; :;
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\, he recalled all the misery that pockets. as againstthe tL '
' Tom" Is emissary had caused him, the handcuffs. This machine U large enough for six column quart paper, aid'blt', ,r a' .. ': :\' ;, ,
Drfsoi's "
,. i, of hiding and pursuit, the loss "Before you take me away I want" the same press the Valley Gazette is BW being printed ... \ " . .:;...!
.' Clew You Slnggkk Liver happiness\ that baa rightfully been you to let me see my man.
) his heart became adamant. For "I can do that. '
4 lid Bowels.I years to have ridden and At that moment the other policeman 1 No. 5 Boston Wire Stitcher (News) ; ,i -
and sailed up and down the brok-s in the door. r' '.

'7 .ai\ > pjfh! Calomel makes you always confident that sooner "All right, Dolan; she's given up 33-inch Diamond + w
::J.-o.J,' horrible I Take a done of the & later that demonwould find him! the game. Paper .rd ,
drug tonight and tomorrow yon ; had lost the childhood of his "She didn't kill the man after all,"
)o.. ,a day's work.Calomel i and now he was to lose her said Officer Dolan. One Jobber 8x12 C: & P. 5."f- ;
n. >,' is mercury or womanhood. And because of this "He's alive?" she screamed. ;
'which 'cause* necrosis of the I hatred the child's mother "Yes; and they've taken him off to W ab La,. other ssachiaeryaad, wtpnss&far t. e.i.. If vatfeed '
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CalomeL, when it comes Into ; died in the Petrograd fortress. the Tombs. Just a scalp wound. 11.11be & tP'h
'with sour bile crashes into It, I what an enemy the man had been. l all right in a day or two. say of As above writ *r win. .,.... ,, ?! "

'it up.' This is when you feel Hargreave had needed all his "AUvai" murmured Olga. She had Part cuII Md balaac *. tlr .. &:.*. 'I:, ,. <<...' .
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'nausea and cramping. If you constantly; he had never dared not killed the man she loved, then .. . :1 . _.t rub '1'? wt; I ." 'k
:gUh i .''and "all knocked out" to leep except with one lye open. And if they were indeed taken to KISSIMMEE'y VALLEY" '::!: .
'JJkTtr*is-torpid\ and bowels _. \ in, employing ordinary t crooks Siberia she would be with him until :>(GAZETTEjigfiwiai :,

!or ysp.have ,.headaehe/.eUsklness- had at length overreached U..- themd things. i, iwq a f1am 14p ufbl''' i'd'", ..t jl" '. '
'tongue,J| breath is bad m, : and ;now h* most pay the penalty. With .her handsome, head;, proudly .._ -- ,.IwA/ "'.. "RiD'. !A ., ,,L : ",, ...:1....,:,' .
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.f',fh', y<,, t h'r:rffirpj : r'Pj- ;"Kissimmee" - "Valley-'Gazette- i.aiagcd; IJU earliest{ warm'.weather, and'keep )it wp- au summer long,\and I Proceeings oMheKUieltnmee -5' : t JL:'for} ."'Roter.on., road **nc J..drUjf.0&*for. -'p*roa." s..J MejN, ;. ....,.1&:9.: ..:n :

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even 'through .. ., .. .. .i.-< , \ ; lfanC".1'' .
"Clean premise* .-absence of will. filth hind scraps'offooJ I .'sactfwt W B. Maiinsoo Co.. ouppt,.., .
kl' : T'' FRmA 'OXZBTTHDA. Bup.DINO.: : : *, __ __' ,11..1.
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JU8alliOUC > .(ss"pS, yT., .. I make it exceedingly 'difficult l for flies, moaquitoel.'( uci :and inaecti'of"alllindl : t Gotinty. COmmISSIOnerS & lefal'' noUe.. <#of'

I -- "I 'C-I. ,- -; to live and present the easiest way of getting rid of them-' "'" ''I i anlilnancial service'lO.U to eon. 11.00. -
I... Hyatt
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make. this the cleanest .
America and it dean all the iuppllSi .
: : C-- (town. keep year. The board of county"raIn ;,PcP"8uinforel"Co. to "
.*."* Florida. met _ _____ ..10 , ,
8't1B8CRIPTJON'1A.TIC8: On copy. .ne y.. : and for (). .r-----Ji-------------------- .
''o... copy. .1!. month.-...._..___.I.OO One ..T'All on>> the above date niviw h.-lntc P",1 J. L. Harirravei' up. to rd. franc I9.1t '
. .< : B.: U LffilefV, chairman : n. V. ..miiyj. Waters <*ar em Grocery Co.. sils''
\ \. F. Ha.. YounK Tindall. W K horoe feed : B K Evans ,-:
'. -: comnmnlnatlon. $ oxocptfrom our authorlmed oorr..pondent. mu.t b.. Entertain: Press AssociationThere 'r, commlnvloncrv; and J. 1. Overallmi.Th C B Hltnpiion guard - ______ SI4
_______ 3.34
__ by it $ clerk. Arthur Warren guard I
L mvid IWlee ..d mitt.r will not b. r.tvrn.d< .nl... called for. meeting WB called to order by c. U Hyatt, cure Jail prill. _? 84O.
7 -' i is no more deserving aggregation of men anywhere than the members the chairman and the minuteS of I the C L.. lfva t. mi-dJonl I servhteu! 4
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met. n-irirlar meeting were to Ollf) Jeihnson e-t
; ; (Kntr.d al! the Poitoffic. In Klaalmnnea., Florida a. .*cond-cla matt. r.) of the Florida Press association. The members of this organization do approve-d I J rniliri-tt. meal lo rd gang UX .

--- .----- Mr. It. U StarllnRappcared In fore .Imile: maintenanceI.
--- - ---- -- more constructive work for Florida, morning noon' and night than other John
any he undorvlonc _ 10.00
alalt..1 that
the board and maintenance
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-._ __ _ I'. __ class of men. They are continually boosting their respective sections of the ] they were arotnK On'55k fir neiei- \\'. I.' .VaI kr. lxi 1 1'. eif trip to 4 4I

<>d hld for H ne-wroof the court.hotiHe. .- I"h,...( Inilii e fi.>i' <'o _ _ _ 1.00 .
commonwealth and the *
Them Now state as a whole. . nnd naked them I" Ni''t'i| ir\ UKriade. I II llxioti. 1II,1"1"'W" _ 10110
Let's Do Things-Do Next week they hold their annual meeting at Miami. Extensive of mate-Hill to lie ime-il f"H > .... I K I I. t.i-Hlix., ft I i p'l for co. 4.23 .
prepara- I Unit all bidder mllfht,1 hovx I I \\' .Mill)\ ..r. IIIIKKX hire to ,If.
Florida! tions have been made there for their entertainment. Miami u ready to do 10 llniiri h<> nlMO eiiild i thai I"I"1' It I t't l\lltlH. 2 llll' 10.00.
; Ku.immee i i. the best f little city of its .ize in herself proud and in she will find inndir>me flKlirin on *thi. wurlc lint. I / Hulii. IHOII nn di('Ine lo .A
heard enthusiastic booster make that statement belore. so doing a ready response among the press- 'hat nm he e-npertid to hid m Hiirne ,I'. |till II, ( inx. Ii 'IH _ 4.75'II
Yes. you've some gang. From a purely selfish standpoint she cannot fail to gain. would rntliir not nn\ vxliiil' In' llmui-lit, I II .1 I Hum'in 1 k ,load vi nrl 23 60 "
/ You probably' thought he wa< talking!: just to be talking or something like that. it Would e.(ml( flicn mill Ion eif A I I" \ e' ( i' ''to i ii. r"'id i w m KMIH 4 KO '
\ that if all thought just that same way Kissimmee was a bidder for the convention this year and ran a worthy I illS K I'.....11.\.1\ In \uiinu TI"\.1I1.l lind t i I': Ji miliiKH" ".,in ilnli nnnooK 6.00 /
L hut did you ever stop to realize we second to Mami.. It has been the custom of to the conventionIn an. I'd. the r".h' s. ill limit in I'd i lo ml I' '" '1'.1) l i'. .. ..i.. t. nlIv 10.26 .
and then acted as if we had faith in our own remarks that Knsiminee } past years give ... ''IM.$ for lildH for, ton 'i""f. Mini I.ids., .I-.M, i,ii \\ "I i" A. I luht i plant.In 'I
about it the following to the the second 0''In r"'I\,1 01 i l..r..i.. I ii In Itfllilux I '. 45. ISso
year city making best showing. If this on I i "M, .I"III :"i Ill'l I I' IlI ""
and other city in the slate ? of .\I>rll. i ItlB Biirni. I h. li'U. 11 Ti CU' of
would grow prosper as no ececlent hold I I. II 1 ll,.I' I lltl llll Of I iiitii
and has ofln heard Ihat old adage nhofjt! the new I good and it should Kissimmee would entertain the press '.11 in. ( time dux of tin.. limirdMi mill I. N I I.. .... .no j
i The writer is new asspcialion in 1916. i K \\ Hi, oik t ( nine I I.i fine I tin 't( I"I i' I :i.l u II ''i ..r 'K" ixsltmne, ... lii.'IIII
I. ., .;; broom." but tins ,is his promise. that the "broom" never ("rife to grow old ''0It,ii mil imnln iiHldil I I lln I m Tin r. liefM ,, t. ,.1 I filml 'i I ill"Hiil i,000.00SiiI
We want the. editors to come here ( ,.m 1"I', liiil i u' IIH ilnxvii on' i lil-< , ; ,; , if:; M-eilinm' liili 'f.
: He believes what he says about Kissimrnee and he thinks that there are enough ''mil. fimn. ih.. w..I. Mr I. H i I'"ii Iii' ., In,, 2011.)
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and want lo show Ihem what Kissimmee has to offer them and the world ''KIMU i i t"ri.... nt Nlati-d i lo th liniiiil.1 I Ih 11i '
r i more rod 1 blooded believers in Kissirmnee<< and Osreola county to get oul ht t large We want them because know what kind of fellows >II'i Innl imidi. ln\ Hi tun t inn anil found. I .' I.I.' XX .1, i"I I I I u XX I I.ft I. ..,11,,1.] I iiit i'ii noi.led /It.
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thai will Inmg to their own efforts and prosperity of the tbey are. 'hit It "",,1,1 'aMIIhe (linllnil ;mil Mill till "" IOIIH r"I.. .IH, fi.lloxx, ;
... do ihings success We want (them to know what kind of people we are. We want them because i ,.cd l ii<" i, I lo II UN HIIIIII. IH IKIM-' !) ] .
and kind their and county. I 'i'i . il.iK InI :. ". till. flltllli I rin m .
glowing to city I In '(inril I tint i riiih.t! I tin
,permanent we know they will back home and tell truthfully all the i : .1 I ,InnIi 2 371 I 114 .1'I"
talk deal go good things they I li.i I 1r..I."I"\. ", XMII"I ,IMlH ,iflSii' "
There tendency in a great many Florida cities to a great .. .mi, I r.r I 11111 I 611 fid i
f 1 i is a I find, out .iliout, while here. \\ ,P \\nlh.r t > XiiiiKi (it I I I'll'I ;' I'i i
I and us . ,.. .. .,. '.III,,11 ,ll I'. fill",It. in(I f.6 i iI "
tIling without down to bedrock and reully I liulyfcccompli'hmg i ""I"i! I lieil .ot' ('mini' x 'r Ml" KInnl.
I 4 about r'n-nv\ Colling I We should begin them. ,, \ tI I" .
now to prepare lo ent-ertam Yes we spend liihnn? )fltTt. liiilne f oil I. .
that here similar, 'I I h. i i\ .Hi t I tut M t lii i iiIM' r.port .J
anyllung It is rea whole pelting ready to show true hospitality such i.I I". XX 11 I I ji. I.d 1 XX "II' '-' I I'' tttl" III liii H I II1-
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We there hut if } to a worthy bunchof i i i...111"I en ii ", e. 'I"I (UI' M I'M I II J-: . . <>oIh ,
Osceola hope not il 1 'no' Hr.
KI8"lmrner'and county << IS I. i i .1 i l-.U. i .i Jin .i nun
tendency in I londa. leaders.Lets I I" lllllLEH, Illlllllll, ,11,,t.. ', '''''"' .1.iI I U ..I1's, , 1',1\,
i .i" I t ,pnl 1 1 lax
i. the lime to cure the disease for that's what it is and begin Mill I I i tint or I'li'-'ux I In Mi It I'' i' I
there now is send word .10..1 I : i7lill:: .11.01..1
t to Miami that Kissimmee stands with arms to I I.' .IIIH. fin txxo minilliH, $2" 'fill''
open .t.tll.' i 'lilitli I 'it hi iiiii I i'h tii.'i I ltiO' .
to do things. Th.I i I I. Ill ,pi.H. ,.1..1 ., c.i. I. .nl II 1. I ; ; : ; : ,. :
them in .
I icrcive- 1916 I and will giv-e them the "best we have inh r..ils. I iitiz, i. .3 ,iii N iuit h.liii : l.t'hu 1.
shop. .
fllitll 1.I..r .1.\\Uiinixllli
do and til I 11..1..1.( if 1
and willing to its ,
TI 1 1 e Kisumnvee Valley Ga/etle is ready part urgesevery :
I Ins is an opportunity which we cannot affoid to neglect. ,, .ind \\IIH ItiHtrtiilid hIh .
cili/en, of the city and county lo lend his support to- just this sloganLET'S : ( .llllltllHKilll. p.r... to 1 lu'I II N itO.. (IX. I. I.II' .. i ;.'iti t .rt t Ie. i thu. 8 I tit lI
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DO THINGS DO THLMGettogether NOW. l.oilil nf i I' ....1,' of I K iHKliilim i for nplxIn i iI I ', ''",, S t .i.tii :t4'i 411I "
.: I .mill i of flninliini' ), tin. II. W '"" , H' I", iii,.I I 3.IM. 62 ,, "t 1 1i.t
". ". If. Florida ..nloll. i.ia.l i fL"m KlHxlMiiin. e I.. 'Ii. t- 1 ,.,.. tOil' r.JI..I 't 31.I. > 't
Grapefruit ShortcakeSir biilll \tilM. iiii lie'ii up. t.i'iiiM I ( t ,,,- I., I- I I'' r-;.i t l.r.I'"I 117 '-,
\lug MIIIII. tin .10.1.1.\\ In ionlit 'S S it Nit : 24465S
Aroused in t In xx ,IM, !U 011 "In. I ..., ,,1? to It IMS] n S :Ii: :: .1 2119.14
; Spirit Edwin Lambnght he of Tampa 'I ribune fame, has discovered (?) lit: I I' for tin. .pi .H. lit leml IIH noon,, IH II S i.i I I ::0-:" 4 I.HH.3H '
XX .IH I II |..,llll, ll. Id ,II''till, lii full I.'.,I ,,1 I S '1 I' Ni;" r. 76tS :
few nights at the Country 'something He has found a famous celebrity May Irwin by name who is ii. \x .iiiil. tint i tin l KlHHliimni, '- Millioiiinl ,-i I' :N.: I; 1372:!
There was an enthusiastic gathering a ago making grapefruit shortcake oil yonder in New York l tutu il. t h t "null) I
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away "Ed"Las
for Kissimmee. up now '!Mn' '11.11.\I l \In ,, mil 11 I liiimlH W' ri .. .
club that should result in a spirit of "get-together" \ .1'"II I 'H SI)II) 1)3)
? I wntten there to get her recipe for the good women of Florida. x..1, .i ml a 1'1'.1' I In \x II 'Ihniil .
Twelve prominent citi/ens gathered around the banquet table as guests of I ..1 i'l. | xx llh I"a' l.ilniHlon. Th. I., "", ,.ri nl.''h. r I""MH"\ heforeiml '
: who has Lambnght writes as follows : ""t" II< I I', IXXfl'lll. ;IH Miii. tI-s I I.lltlll I hit. I..a..t I III. , \\1.1., in till-h InH
F4 IF A. Hunter lo greet F. B. Robins a prominent Canadian. a man I Madame Kmma: ( al\e, tin- gland, ope'in ,star was to ha\t. been lIT. Komi 'Ih .'mix, xx Ilii .I I / 11..10., ,,.. ,il' gui. it '-Nil, ii ilhI. i'h. niiii', 'I i ttii',
the financial world who believes in success and who the- "mil C .I. llxiilt IIH I i (if \,1, \ t ii 10I! lr,
made good in a man I leatuie i nttiuilicin, ul t the Palace, t theate-i, NVw'
YOlk. lust wevk, |I' s e '.'I]. "llh t UK, \ nn rl( n n. Sut, i-i xI 1 I'; 1 I. I 1.1'1.1, : : "i'tiithIiili', ,
knows a real solid community when he sees one. We believe the impressions but through an aeeielent, had In disappoint at the !last momc-itl e .n'ii. p.i n.'"x (if Nss > urU .... JLLU.. I' I Mli t t Ml .1 I I. I 11"I.'k i I : ( I (( I : I : I

: lie of Kissimmee were good impressions and his presence lent encouragement A huri % -up call was sc-nt nut to Miss May Irwin to fill the .Th.I I .",illiixvlnu ii'Hl IIlls '" t .MiniIn. 1
got .
't Mis-s Iiwin d nn.I I. 1'1".1! ,I" I.I
\\IIOOIMNC; (,01'11.W'II ; .
vuarny. jumped into .
thespot .
to others. upon an hour's notice t", I X\ I It I "I 1 lI I I c unit told( the audience how shewas. taken from her )kitchen,I where I II I IMS S| | |iu' I III.I M I I llll I HI c\erjone kno\\s the effort of
The whole atmosphere of the evening was one of "get-together Every he- was husily engaged making "grapefruit shortcakeSrv. also. I ',I. Mlltl' :. of: "r"II'I'1::: : % i: \\tllt.r:; Slllllll, ; 1'ine- Fo rests( on (Coujfhs l(11' Hell's ': .\.

; s ingle man present became imbued! with the idea that we must work together p 'OlnIM.d the recipe) to any one who would careto writ for It. 11 'I 1*,iii'1. KliilllTH r..1 'lilll' "f ,prlsniieisxx i I'tn-Tnr-J1ol, is a rerneelv which .

) to attain the end which we all seek. A "grapefruit .shortcake-,.. n new one and would be a IM \iimtin. il. apro\d| ninl, ..,,1'1'.1 lirinjfs' quick relief for Whooping

gooel ont, to know as it might do much to help make- grapefruit I'nldIhi 1 l (Coujih, i loosens t i h" rnurous, soothes
'I follouiiiK l.mlH, of .1!,
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popularThe) I ,. the- I lining of t the- t throat and I liinjs, undmakes
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hitched with horse pulling forward x i mini .1 |I".in ox
Did you ever see a team to a wagon one Tribune has written !Miss Irwin for the rc-cipe Hit 1I..r, I I 11 il. Ilimiiii, I ii. xxltli, \\' I coiifrhuiK/!: spells less Kevel e. ._

( J and the other holding back ? But "distance I lends enchantment" our distinguished friend has I It.lSH .. ii."t.1! I I : .l.llpfir. IH I A family with jrrowinp/!: hildrcn should -
overlooked , '. ,
I'lllnl (.1C I : J linn' XX ill hi', I ; \V I
;. That didn't much did it ? the fact that here l, , ,, .. not lie without It. Keep it handy forI
I ; wagon progress right in Kissimmee we have in the person of Mrs. i,1 li I ii ,1 I \\ .I I IHI. .IN mr H.I. .
and horse of I I..'it, .1.I it. \\ \\ ( 'i 1..1 I k xx ,nil, \\ i HISS I all ( ou>flis anil < (till25c at yojr
that vW "
;:;T Just think of your city as wagon yourself as one at' Griffin the originator of "grapefrUit| shortcake. who has been making .II.n.t.r) P: I ijif, .... .. .. I )riijgist.itiutiti.

:t:> J. team of hundreds. the delicious delicacy (for three (from the 'l"h.I I ,1.,1 I I I Ix I ii, r..1,I II"I,t I,i..I I ..1 I I II! llMi I II
following which
years recipe we I II .. . ,.
II eininii h nl "ini il lii, m iK I
'" Which horse do want to be ? icspectfully submit The Tribune : ES: MacCl.KNNY.! ( _
to ,
you: : : d",1" I to till liiii'" X I.I "..hl .r XX "
That's the illustration We need (; RAI'I'I"HlJIT I : l ) f.n ",,1.11.I I I..I al i i '" ti" i.1.. 1I I 1\I ""' .,'nll, I Tin'} Kikor: County Standard says.
situation in a graphic co-operation SIlOinCAKi( ( : Use for .
9 d pastry the sameas nnoth,-,' 111,1", "In. \ xx III h.ix i 'Ilii, i'ti-I,,I I. i ,i. K .,1I hat I 100( mil's, of strawlierries have
mteIligentworkrn together--to accomplish results. shortcake and liake, Care-fully remove the- meats of three large grapefruit; I iii \ ,c i I. ..II..a.1 Kl i ,ill. In' n. iiI in I
il und sprinkle with sugar After has \been I h..1. lint tin ...... ...1 h.. "," ni, .intlniiilx In"IMI set .out near M.uClcnny and
j A Meetings such as the one held recently are good for that spirit. but I let'snot between pastry cooloe-d put one'-half of the \. IM. lln. miltii, i 1".1"t 1..1 tli.. (hat they an liloommi nicely( That'
grapefruit and the
layers I
other I
on top Sauce : Two cups) of hoiling' < to. nntlfx Mi" iliiult tliit tin dtart and will doubtless
I top with meetings let' go right ahead and capita hie that spirit into milk I add is a K"<>
i one tablespoon of ceirnstareh I flour) .
) or dissolved, I in one of 1"1".1\ < \ ( omimx i | IH ln\iHll' illin.'
'J 4 actual endeavor, toward a definite end of a GREATER. GRANDER. BETII.i I one tablespoon" butler, one-euarter| teaspoon nutmeg Pour this cup over sugar cake, I lIulilM. .mil x\olilil tii I,,' ,iilnmIntor of I ring t hx1 a o'jiitry lot of money to that section

KISSIMMEE. v. hen ready to serve. : I
:) AND 'I'IM* lion rd, itiKti. U( t. d! tin. < 1. I k -- -
,. ili.iw nnntt iDt In favor "f thi :
. -- - -- - Itink ..r KlHHliniiM, ', foi $1' noil t.'t"I'1 I COLDS & LaGRIPPE '
TIII: TI:KKI.:\' m//\itn: about DMpapers. .n".pll.t, on 11n .road I tl <*o.
entered Into
I the- null fn Him*' foi t
:i plrll! of I the oieasiein and mtint. tin GOO will break
Florida All Year Round Probably t thelilthlesl) t HvlnR e reature iiiaytn.f.tItIIi 5 or 0 doses
( extra papers we-,.r iiiaile-el fiorn If* poM (if MrI K "':\ )1ns fnriiitt I
I : I I IH t the t tuikiy i ii ii zza cit This the slate nioiiHtr. '.'ilfon fluent I. ikits "r.ii; I and 111,"* any case of Chills & Fever, ColdL:1Griprw' |
bird re-eels carrion \\he-n (California had UH Silt)i'.ri on and usually thocarcass & it the liver
--p The St. Times has started tourists in ; acts on
Petersburg a campaign to keep Newspaper Day I II! was estimated ninl. of Hupi ilnt<.ndt] .nt. uif .pulilU In j

i,, Florida later in the spring than they are wont to stay and to even induce of disease that inukeH Its mi-Hi Is full i hat a couple-' of million ixlra papers Nt IK ton (.,.I' th,' in.nth of Tinunrv better than Calomel and does not
against which the buardei *-* 1 1 lit ( t ii'l I It
\ cr it i mi mini ( itn w )
them to remain here the year around. .nis I t te> t bi. proofThe left I the mate- for (tie east op,* M IMIMM;) n ixl mi mi:' orierut;1"r'I.; 'd wllh11n I I gripe or 6ick<':l1. Price 25c.AutoTJps22"up .
\ hut here In Florida 9n o" ...llnl H of Ih,' hoard
pt <
lent of
To one who has lived here any length of time it is truly remarkable that rlalm IH now made that the Ihe per T'In in.ttt r of w uirkhtoc"T it.'w rondfioni -

. more of them do not remain at least until the disagreeable hajf-wmter and tilZ7.ijii! in a conveyor of the dread n..KI"'I..I.S marked : 'We K.'\, 'Illi- to U H JohiiH pl ia; . I
print I boom and
boost .
hog ) aniiles I i's er)' TV nn f,11 ii,'n up. and minn1 In Id n\. rTt.
and there Is MITIJ&XFI&
1.1 t half-spring weather of the north has passed away. cholera a growing day' IInd ,do most, of i Huboeistlng lor In. tiU,5s\ \ IriK !"HlH w...r,. <'."m'n.I."p"t ,.
demand that It be- ext l -rinliiateel i and. w.HTPH nt ...1.1'* d drawn | ,
: The most delightful season in Florida is just now opening up. From now There IH n belief prevalent that the t thin I community i i t all) lit)" and gelvery i < .*.)! I Ii\ 1 F.und for tirnt I .liiiiN "

tI : until June at least the %tourist should find Florida preferable to any other buzzard Is protected by law on account little thanks lor our effoitsetc . I 1' mid i fund i i ui for for. mud flint. fund l h\.' i rror I 90 0(1( I, Cushion Slips *8'!!' up

: section of the country. of his services UH a t
,; word of in Florida the but authorities that this la not so. MetfopoliH can count on the I 13; i I.. !I"M"!*"\ ,oomrniwRloni 4 HO Tru k made order
,'. ,. Painting a pretty picture spring Tiroes'poetic pay Sun doing Us share lo muke Newspaper It V IM flier.l roin. anti mtteag'e 600'' c s .Wagons to

1-:" \ editor writes as follows : Legislature A bill will be introduced In the next Ua> Match :,17th: a HurteH.s. It 4I"1 U.Tttidall...,... com and and mtl mileW <.attriToutiK .. tR 6 (tIll on ," r.'r.JIIIt...
providing fqr rom
a bounty
( .. 'Orange bjoetomi present I pretty. picture to the minds of all-to them on buzzard heads It would ue a says : K \\ nlki I *....n. ii rid mlltt.! 20.00 -

c: who have it i il of white Every newspaper" In the state .F. K': HaHH. janitor liB oono
never seen them a Vague image groves. with a profusion disagreeable way pf making side afford can ., ..hll Pnvin Mupt poor farm _ .oozi :

t .: of beautiful, fragrant flowers ; to those who cherish the recollections money but there are those who will to do this for Its section, nnd T.t.. Muriiln, co j1ld..... .-.-_. no
for Its future uod Theie h '. ctI _ 12 60; &iGutter5)) .
me mil T M JlurJ( > judge Juv
--s this rarest of all experiences, the remembrance is of warm pleasant days i try .and the bill ought to |ia-.s lions of people-' \xlio w.ini' i to lungeIhiir .. I I- I I': .HMrinpr. ,npt, trunrdti .'11' ill() nnTi -{-
and with the air scented 1'h.1 name l 1.c ,< Nlaliiiishould', pass < i \\ \liott'> t KIJ .pt Mia nights strongly by an all-pervading perfume delicate honii,, 'I 1 .
so I
rtun |10 .
r 1(1'11110| l l' .
I M I I j..1
i I. Inwnu
.?> > I u bill pr'ot t-( hug I ito' ulli, atot'. or at* I i Mould infl
t, And alluring in its fragrance that one longs to breathe in the soothing odor I .1 i ( mi I ,n I i" l t li.i, i u,, i i mi" ? i. "., -N \'I I iii IM. "nl1 I ii I r ,nov >
1'a..1 I limiting I I tin' II U 1111"1'i OIK ii. ii ii ,. . ,, , noK I.
i I I-: ilnl." 11,11 "
| I I, i I ii' ,, .nut t !h.i ,IHI, i j ,o,1'1/1'I i |, ..
always. j I inuy' kill 111" .illi .iloi" i i. hal1I11t.S..1 i MO; ( -' iii, \1 I iii., !I. .. t. ii .lint, it-ill. . lilt.. .
"Wordsworth said that the remembrance is far better than the actual and i I" Out. ol Hi.atli.ii Huns of tin. I 111111 "f i I" 100//" i I 1'1" 1,1.1 I ti.. a I' I' I ; x in,,,* '" r..u. Mi il. III, ii'l picKets.OUR .
.. .
'them .ind' eippui' liiiniii s in 'I! I t. . I I .1 I tI. I k ,,,1.1 I 11'10"I.
experience. Keats and Byron held that the imaginary surpasses all realization.All Mali' lot tinteiuiist. ll' i it" last I ill, 'I thai is oMiiiil: ,I I,) elm" eiihi.i xi 'iy on.' i I. F I , i I. ."Ii.I I N. "II'| 1''in<' I' film. 2 2.:i I IHi II :
I' si.uis'I .
appealing I IF.I : i i x tiNt I 1."n' ii mil, i ("It I
%? who have ever tasted the joy of a reason in I loricla during the period when i I hi1-i i a ( I li' i I I'hal i i is In,'I II I i i lliuil, I >. i .i.i.i 1 l ii i '11111'" ],I i U. ::0: ,.0 I .

the fruit that ot "inv' otii . h.I.1 x /(. till. n"t p ( (. xx iitmi. '. ::"
in flower will that these of the stall '
citrus trees are poetic masters I i tin' yi':uloiin.l ,, '
agree (. tt\I'I': Hun i 01; II I i.tlA: ( in: 'I \\ \i\ .il I." .n, t mil.. I d I :' MCI .
romantic school erred. Living life as one lives it in St. Petersburg during the I II I his: ( (ind i nil.n--I j ol i I 1,1.| t t tli.itpro'iioli I i t ",,1 1 'I I i' ..n *
I happlne i ". und] ,. .milPIOSM .J S I" ,,1 I mi Hi I \X .IMI.I I to I ,
:i near at hand flowering season and breathing the air that is always so per- If half I the iiiidKlnal value' of pi ,11 a i 0 I ".t" .. I 7I .

meated with this subtle is conceded be the i giapefiult was kiiow II by the people- ; '1'11FI"r."a I is i DM' |.mil t lhal I ,, 'bNiifll.I I" ii.titiit ut I"l .ti".. ,hll'l' I
it to most pleasing icality
essence all who .
: s( "k lull- .
a .
01 the world, Slit dvniand' for it a,1' looking, u i 1. I" xxr lit .n r.11 toI
:: r.. in the world. Neither the remembrance nor the imagination can possibly even t'i. If Hi'>' onlj km It ( p.... .1 1 mIlii .. 1 11SI {
I bese .
would l > giiut' lhal (II. stipnly ...
I ; i iii i.1 k i iis I Ii."" I.-al I .
dimly compare with the ecstacy of the experience. ('(lu lii only furnish a very small" I pro- Yoal"r Sun .ti'iht., rt .int fin Jill '.'

' -_. llll I.ii., I I'liiir'MmiI '. midielnimi ii 0
4r poll ion! 1 be- very fact that "trapt -- :. PICKETS ARE OUT
.1. I 7
. I II"1 gi lu111

>III g o .>.. i.1' In (inillly| nnd. rill : IUC.C.O'T. : ( 'IIICIiS: 'I 1 iii IU.IKII. ik m kI iii poo'I fit itt I. .i.I i." I

ijtiantity in S"* mi-tronieul .Qfliiiii.4' , I I ii, I i'i \ I v i-r.. ,, I'", "I" I'111.10 I
on the tir 't f"n"l'R In town because
Spring-Nature's Clean-up Time especially In south Florida, whcr n.iline I La..t \\'sila>' I Kiihii. 1..1.b> tC'o \ "I 1 I.H":'' Imittfv hln. i.. I I hi'y} look host and wear best Infill

1 le-eilllre's Ihi. tilooil to tic tiiruiil) .. ( li.'i i k foi' $49.Iidiii) '! ' iHMiuir ', II I I' r..x inn, 1" lilt this applies to all our Lumber
and IIv the vain- ..t' to IliiPi ', ( ,,,, ..I.. II.' I ix. Cii. nupplleH. n> I
> 1'" &< nns !l\urii.i
Y Nature human beings example that individuals and as l provi's > K.illrodd inP and
; ... gives to we an as j til ,an,,I i I ImiiKiI I.i '
I \" afford 111 i 1 III.duu",. lit' it as te,,ndin K<; to .ur- >' inent' for I III,. bonds,. ......lItl)' pin 0. I i. 1 ilpfei. (-,""', ''' |''HI."s| :
; a municipality we cannot to pass by. i:1 l-h good, ..&."lIh.( All ,uiknu )IKO.1 d..s..1.. 'I hut i i hi i k wits 11 oil i l u) .nun .I- I t. Hnmli, i omiiilMHioiiHK.ilpli :ti. 11 lit IIJIIXJ MATKUIAfj
As follows the cool days of winter she covers the 'I 1' ,t. ..,trii I.h. r
each springtime in ti'i n |
.,j'' upon ,-.1""I\It"nlll\ t I Ih. |i'.i'r of all fi M't .'r larger as. f.u asV..II 'In-ct e ouldi'eeutl .s S Inh IIMOII I niin| ''t f. 50 To buy anything In these line

- t. earth with a new carpet of green. the trees with a new dress of leaves and : the brea k fast table, few pcopl.liow HUM. week! any lilc.h c..i s \II "..II. ii h. j p "imt In. without obtaining our prices will

...\ blossoms and even the animals shed their coats grown shaggy for the latest ,'vfr. know all the. good i lesults fiom' ,p issi. .'d 1 I ihriiiiKli I the tutu u'itl, ; dihli'ct. 1)11.) U, Ht Hulloi S S .TllllllMI'tlN (.(.iHt J .0 t 14 f. 'ii I I':I ITi :' in en n not only a loss In money, but

i'' I in Dame Fahion's furs. ,.i' 'iiig o'.half' or inon of .I 11' i]1'1 On :\111) 1. I 9ip4 Siintaiy Shaw I I. II IIIUIHIII. i'iNt In. j .p elI : Ix' 1 a loss In thii quality an well, to you.

Itu.l !'x fore it'iiin : .it, night Ini--. Ii. fl \\'a: hini.toii for Ni'work. with I Ii II .. "rllm. mnt iiiIui.i,, l s Any good carpenter will indorse this

I Nature cleans up once a year. has lo tie almost .1 suie a c liee. k In hispoehet. for V .lolniHiin) x inil '
proven piivtntive $411.1)1111,01)0() () ) .
than but better J I I. II>x .-rain'it. n 'Ii IIHI fei In ,
should clean nature once a is
_ { We up even year and iMin lor.etiionlc' drawn to .1.J p. Ioi"gao; & ('0.. who l( I mii ----- I

; 'f. than not at all. . al'l tivM. eilhi'i lioni Inil iv-i" ...11011 01 1 npiisi" 'riled I Ihi. Kieiicli syndicate in \\'I\:I \,;lr7...,.. rep. mi in Inlitm. : r. I II'

i. ':!"J\" Kissimmee might take her cue from- nature and begin a clean-up campaign lierOIIHIIISS the- lial fltlil eloing It. ii.' Pan.iina I anal trariKadlon That i : lirldiill.nrx It _1 loiiKnefker. : rip on < o. 1 Ml 1 Lumber Co.
_ _ ,. ., ', spring is ushered in. purt wilhout' )iiijiii tug tin,' Ky siim. unu sanu. y'ar sne-er: & ("0. I limed t over a MHiitKht .hurt. "onK 2 511

*t ..illi Ine Iii iitti I belli in affect than I'l In'e k 'or tUJiOO.UOO() ,{) ) to Mexico In I. I Miltt I rapt co. lonXUtBand .
Along this idea of cleaning up the Jacksonville Metropolis says a few U R fare _ _ - 4 37 I. n.
prcnaied .salts for Kiapefiuit Is good ounce'\lion( with t'e purchase of May Manager.
i gov- Waters & < 'nmon < !ro t'o sup
: : ; things that may fit our case a* it does theirs. The Metropolis says : to eat and tuslb a'-slmllated. \ I It Is a ,rnnie-nt lion dii. to road. RIIIIKr" _ 2112) 2S Phone :11 KtAslmn.- Fl.

': ..I "Just about this time of the year. all of us begin a campaign to induce the I fa\orite fruit ameiiiK theluelies. as it Any number of checks for smaller 4'. \\alkir ,load. work . I< no .
J K firroad work 7 (ill
.* .\ householders and people generally. to 'swat the fly.: IH Kood for the e omplexlun nor is amounts were recalled One for $28- P I' ('t'handler road. work .. 2 26 -

, t I 'And that U a good campaign. It in worth while, and does a lot of good. that all it Is good for old and young UOO.OliO( was drawn in connection ((1 \\\ulker. road work' f 25New
Bden, Plantation ( 0. 20
'\ 'I but the best place to swat the fly is before he becomes a fly. In other words. fed, ,'v'r) t holy. before breakfast, clur- with tilt purchase by Lake Shore of KalloiiH Bvrup nh _ in 00
tug the day and especially just before Reading stock '
year ago; one for Waters Parson Orocer 0.
I giving the fly little. place to roost or live we shall take the first long step in I good for the digestive organs, good of Commerce to pay for city bonds. I.., to It road Farmer.ftaiiir. amt._ pd. for. 8Up. 1350

44-' the direction of his annihilation. for health. Of course, grapefruit in Only a fpw weeks ago a check for J e. Urlffln. blackamlth work

not cure all. but there Is 1JIO 118,000.000 for co __ -_- . 11 10
1 r "Every city begins its spring campaigp of cleaning. with the first sign of QUE'S'tlon drawn by the Consolidated Mrs L. }t. Farmer. b
buds and wild flowers, but most of them forget it all too soon. Every householder that the continuous every day Gas passed through the National H R May. lumber __ n 447 ..
i ti, use of grapefruit along: the lines suggested I City liank. R. M Rogers, icuard __ -- 21 niH l
r interested in her health. and the health of her family. ought to do spring ; Is good for every human being M. C_ Ollbert KUard u _h 3' 00
"I can recall 20 years ago" an of.. Q. Tucker, guard 35.00Jim
-- 4'
;" r ,W,_ t.A II'II'n Florida City News. tIdal of one of the largo Wall street. Woodall. guard = = = ss no \
1 P 3" no
- -
NEWMI"AP nAY institutions said "when a crowd L rt .u&t.U: : guard -== -_ _ 4 88 .

Free Garden Seed would (rather around our bank to gel C. H Bmp) on. guard 488

: The Jacksonville Metropolis has a look at a check for 100000. Nowadays - R. R Gilbert hauling: for co. 8 00 111;
Uacciola Hdw Co.. luppllrs
: '-/' suggested that on the 402d anniversary no attention Is paldo a check:

\, 'fls tko ee rte7 .. Ho*. Oaade L'Eafle, the Valley. Gazette of the discovery of Florida for IS,000.000 or 410.000.000 except :
.' ; ;' :. ; \ *.* *Wffl" fciTt 1,000 package of garden aad flower seed for distriba- March 27th. the newspapers of the to make the necessary routine; 1- Calling Cards -
; ,
> / I'
f., $'" h stale use considerable space In exploiting arrangements to prevent a disturbance Wadding Announcements '

_ 4 .t..: .. ....j its readers.Thee the state and that the people of balancos." avink Work a Sp cilty* : 1
.. \1 de. %
( .; L .. / '& '. ,. of omr reader* wfo waat toed* WIll please write a* a postal mall copies of these papers throughout When that remark: iras repeated U>S> I .. G :!'

(iff ;. ." ,'1 'l> '\" 1 d..w_ ..._.'u'i .:....L.;... :.':. wI.kIa"pieI... the country. a well known International banker. Send f_ .aftd Setwopl.a\ .
:--, r-t-- 1t"1'1" This was the. Idea kdraaeed by the he replied with a laugh, "Bomet'mti I :! .JEWELERS ,
r. ". .. I ",. I.,....... .. MI .H........ Sa. ..... "" ,,,, \II ( . .... '-CU1Io. Sun last year with. the endorsement they 'den't even do that."-New Tori t LEe .IAX-r. E. G. VANS AGNEW, "At., j.,.

.... .,i'I., ',,I ot the governor say. Evening: SUB. V.", GaxttU B.U&g. l'ii :

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( FRIDAY.. MARCH :I2 Itl5 ), ifi.s'SIMMIE / "
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(II : ,TliisPqge' Belongs Our Women: Readers : ; ; .: :-

.- .- ' \ .... .
};> Mopohatchee Marmalade ... . . .. .. . . .. . . ....

il' I Woinall's World SMART EASTER TAILLEUR. :.. ,'" BOU8EJIOLn' HINTS :s' ,

1 I" 1 I I 1 I I ,., .' - ..
; i::. '. And How It is Made I Good Dark Blue Gabardine Used' In ... . . . .. .'. .- ..,. .,. ... .0." ;#

I I. This 'Chlo Spring Dawn Stains on kni.pi depart If the .blade-
Renaissance In
With all the country suffering from Art Prodioted 1 - - I. robbed with a raw potato dipped Aa<)
After War In -
Europe Is Oveneye form knife t+
II'{:,. Ute effects of the European "\\Irar y U.jafitting' I powder. ., i

tY, that the KUsimmee housewives SILK STOCKINGS. : If a little salt 1 b put"on' the' disaea'
should ,Join the ranks of the housekeepers in which eggs are .served. the. .cUa....
$r" league and conserve the products Lengthen the Llf of Your Hose by t will wash easily. ,

; that are going to waste in our Good Can * :..1.
. section- Arriving at Aft.rneon Parti... When you eyelets ,
..y With a little care and attention silk the <
rl' It is not too late to save a great stockings mny bo made to wear two A point that .houid U carefully broldering.white hold material over alt(
. of
, quantity of our beautiful oranges and
j grapefruit by makinginto marmaI and even three months. If before borne In mind concerning an afternoon soap *. 1

I lade and -by following the receipt as wearing they are washed through lukewarm or evening reception where muskor To'polish a black! marble clock ribs

given by the canning club instructors water they become more glossy some such entertainment Is piu lde over with olive oil and finish with a

' a standard can be made equal to the nnd also strengthened, as silk takes for guest .bt hut should a number be a clean chamois leather.* .. ,L lix

highest priced goods sold all. over the very kindly to W/I l\'r. proKfCMslugvbeii a KiieKt unlxes be or If vegetables are overcooked, their

United At the States.low After each wtarliiK./ also the stocking m she HUoiiKI ivu.t fur It to be llul ,lic. <] before texture toughens, and their flavor is
price of oranges and should be washed in lukewarm somewhat destroyed. S ,.
grapefruit and the simplicty of the water nnd "hlttmlp.. entering the 1 room; <>lh, r" ,M? the v

process of preserving, marmaladescan If ('IKslocMiiKH. /: are white tb'ylIJunl,1 whole <*ouj|) he made by the Kissimmee women \ tin' IIOIU'H mimed '. are very attractive and '
be put In a diirU room to dry. art sit) easy simple to
and hundreds of dollars]] even at this Nen-r dry T\ lilt,, or colored Rtwklnpt In I from It to T many delay nrrival 1 I until 4, make for holiday gifts. ,
late date in the season can be kept at t
home. The housewife can make for the NUM. The .//al"| :ilicsr HIV Mil 1 ill 1 to put II I I and the greatest crowd \ti!1,1! be found Narcissus/ bulbs planted in goldfish *

her own consumption, she may make nil while HIJkR! Iii :i ".11 k ( Inset to dry. I between 4 mid 5 "',1 lie kif I well acqualnfivl bulbs make a beautiful ornament'fbr .

for sale at a reasonable price or if a This will 0 hsoUlt'I! )' keep them from 1 v b 6 wllli the homes or ladles III a living-room table.. . -

wemans exchange is established visitors )'ello\\ IIIJ;;'. The nw of hot water, ac ; the reiehlnj, line It IK just us avail to
! J would buy. Those wishing to I cording/ thust h.. Know is prohibited In making a plain omelet, it .U bet
time salt III surlier NU the 1'0011"111 ter to add hot water than
place a fancy brand on the market In the wnxhliiK of ,,11l and preferring, to give the profit to a rubbing./ / not bo crowded. 1 If the guests' are \\ oil make. it much .more.tender. q

charity would find pleasure in this known very euJu)II It I.' chats( can be
And now us to I hiu ('lIl'lnlof silk $? Rice may be substituted for m*_.
ISp '
way. At any rate as women, we should Blocking 1 TlM'v. iilisohitcly must not -r --jsc had with many friends and acquaintances / roni aa a dinner di.h Prepare it
try to conserve the waste and 5NC' ,
products be rarely Heeu.Vhero with grated cheese and bake
'it is possible} that enterprisingfirm worn ti"ht. If the xtocklnK Is pulled it in the '
would be glad to fancy)' to Its full length:; "lid ('oUlbt'at:: JA'7IMADORA \ any games' are named. cards oven.
: purchase
brands in large quantities if there the hem there will IK- few. If any, or. iui.\ tiling;:: of that suit guests.. hlioiild Boiled puddings should neverbo t

were enough: goods to be had. "runners" occurring:: wilhln a reasonable DUNCoUI. !lx extremely careful to arrive n little turned out the moment they... done.
One of Florida's winter visitors time. Wear before the lionr. Nothing HO iniiiojs a I C;, lw,
regular your stockings' comfortubli' They are 'very likely to break is this
has solved this question to his not too loose or too tight Art of the centuries destroyed by the hostess an to here her carefully arranged .r is done.
satisfaction and ravages of war culture stunned plans for naught on accountof .
profit. By lookingahead One extreme is us bud tin the other. by no 000 S
he secured an order from a A stocking with II lisle top and foot Martian blows-wbere will tbe world of a belated l Ruest. She; has probably All milk pudding intended to bo 1 ;

wholesale firm to take a large quan-I will wear better than all all silk one.WOMEN'S tbe future turn to seek Inspiration and planned refreshments for a certain eaten at luncheon should be prepared '
tity of orange marmalade and during -- direction In the hour; also she feels that the punctual as soon as breakfast things are cleared '
great arts wben Europe's I
this winter he used his orange crop guests are uncomfortable and lastly WITH SHOUT SBUKT. away.
in this O | titanic struggle shall have fin \
very profitable way. 0 + the well bred person Is always/ punctual I Cakes
I have made most successfully and tsbt"d The tailored suit must be reckoned should not be placed In a cold t "

with very little trouble a number of ACTIVITIES. ; I IYY Isadora Duncan, famous classic that being the virtue of kings. with in the spring as one of the necessities. place or an open window to cool.
_ The steam will condense and make (
glasses both and grapefruit Worn with a handsome blouse '
orange : _ .yyy.VVVVVVVVVVVV999Mrs. dancer believes a renaissance of art, them heavy. "
marmalade (which i name the "Mop- I greater than tbe awakening after the Avoid M.nn.rl.m.. the tailored frock becomes suitable for 000 s ,,,

o-hatch ee brand") from the excellent L. Mercer is a candidate for I dark ages will follow In tbe path of The "slluker" slouch, the "pump ban- an afternoon tea and with a plain When the hemstitching on bed .
Centralia ilL
reoipea instructor furnished of by Osceola Miss Anne Carson mayor the endorsement, of, having the dry received war rising pboenlx-llke from tbe ash die" shake and the excessive use of blouse can be used for shopping and linen breaks apart cover it with a row

county'scanning forces. es of the conflict of iiutlous. Only as slang even In smart circles( are being morning wear. Time tallleur shown in of feather stitcher braid, neatly stitch
club. For the benefit of
any frowned these days. this illustration Is simple but built ed on at each lide. 6 6C
* the upon
present generation aid In en
one wishing to try them the recipesare may *
Women have been refused their request and Perhaiw It Is that we have advanced along graceful lines. The skirt Is short There
as follows: couriiKliiK showing the11,) to the is a very convenient soap dish
I that one of them be appointedto Hiinick'ittly In common sense to re- and gored; the hip length jacket bas for the It
Orange Marmalade. nest will the men and women of today kitchen sink. It is called the I :
I Slice very thin, rind and all, three cation.the Paterson, N. J., board of eduI (Hirtlclpiite' In the recital Miss Dunen jtard tliene hllr ly I Immaii social |>ecu- I high placed simulated pockets boundin faucet soap dish, is made of wire and ,

large: or four small bright-skinned( oranges I n believes. It" III IK the i hlldreu liarltlos ilK BliuwliiK notliliiff mono 1 than braid. The buttons are of black is hung between the two faucets. t?

! and one lemon. Pour over sliced I Fifty four women have received l re- of today and the children's Ulldreii u lack of good breeding. Whatever I the satin, and the collar and cuffs are of i
fruit elevn tumblers of cold water and the 1.. If you have any icing left over af.
-' |wards and medals for heroism from on whom will rest the toll of rebuilding cause manner now regarded blue and white checked pique.
. ter the
'' nit for hours. Then is iced spread it on buttered '
'i\ away twenty-four j the Carnegie Hero Fund commisillonduring \ as the "tiling.: ---
r: \ the Joy of recreating.;: Miss Duncan crackers and
boil slowly for one hour After boiling the last ten years. Nat turn Incas, after all, has a charm sprinkle nuts ,
i! striking:: lu II'( l tleUN.' has ROUND TURBAN. raisins
| ; iineipci < or dabs of peanut butter.
add four pounds of granulated ,|I ain which affectation can never ntlulu. a
and sit for i Kansas 17 cent, of the come forward with an original;: sag --
sugar away I)I per women -
hours longer, then boil for one hour I] are married, 14 per cent separated I nest I Ion. one wlilcli abc firmly [believes When w(> meet a person who illnplnysn Small Hate Are Still In the Lead as the To make delicious mint ice cream

and twenty minutes or until the juice divorced or widows, and f>0 percent \\'111e developed by herself. with the perfectly natural sunnier Is cliarm Soaton Advance. buy fen cents worth of the pink and j

shouKI jelly. Pour into jelly glasses, are unmarried girls. aid of others, into a )>o''Hibllliy! and lug, vivacious In her own not any one Chic little hats developed| In silk to' it white peppermint stick candy and ran
the meal it
-, This should fill it clam, way we are so delighted:: that through grinder. Dissolve !
cover with parafTine. eventually Into a worldwide movementfor match the costume are among the sea this in
Mrs. Mary S. Howarth, of Chester, : Invariably the possessor of these nat.urnl cream and freeze. ;j
eight glasses. Pa. admitted |peace and the arts. son's novelties. Tbe one pictured here . #
I Grapefruit Marmalade. supreme, just court of Pennsylvania to practice in is the the !I When the European war broke out. manners Is regarded as a womanof for Easter Is In sand colored faille Potatoes in some form -.hcMJJd...... er, ;

-- Slice thin one grapefruit, one orange first woman in that state to, l he leaving ber school of dancing, near peculiar fascination and yet any served with the flab course. If the s.+'
and one lemon. Weigh the fruit. honored. so Parts Miss Duncan volunteered as a one can be natural If one will. There fish is served with sauce the potatoes'; \

, To each pound add three pints of I I. nurse In French hospitals, having first lies the trouble-"If one wllIt\ Is should be in croquettes fried- or Insjraws. )'

water. Let stand twenty-four hours. Mayor Burbank, of Brockton, Mass., dispatched to this country under competent most difficult to be one t'lt-not to imitate a ; Either raw cucumber: ; rad.
Then cook until soft. Add sugar, has selected as his secretary Mrs. others. It t) BO easy to pick up Ar. ishes or. tomatoes shop d be passed. '
for Boil again until chaperonage more than a score ,
pound pound.
Edith M. Blanchard former '
a newspaper the forms of speech the affectations
the Juice is jelly. (AU seeds should beremoved woman and prominent of children who were her pupils. A Set your house.rns in th. laundry
maga- of which associates duv
). zine writer. few months ago she followed them to manner our tabs in enough water to com to withIn -' t'
MOORE-WILLSON. I play, so easy and so dangerous to the btclr f the of !
I MINNIE s a e this country.lust | an top teepot. Thi
Mrs. Althea F. Grimsby, of Spring-- where she will continue her !; cultivation of a natural charm. It.. gives the root. anal and natural :

WHAT ARE GOOD MANNERS field I1L. has been appointed deputyIIherift' work wltb these little folk, to wtom human nature to Imitate and to imitate dampening. It I. not. a bad idea, .. i

of Sangamon county, the first she is teaching the art of dancing ,the bad as well as the good. But the same) time to give the, tops qtt
; Many definitions have been given woman to fill the office in the history once good habits of thought are formed the firs,a good sprinkling. t
\1 from time to time, but one of the best of the county which she discovered. Is a matter she the problem soiree Itself. f'J;
:. is the sort of manners which are guided baa not definitely decided. Their future I Always remember that before' ha

by kindness and consideration for NEW SHIRT WAIST. fIt is somewhat dependent upon the ing' used In'the sick room, old table; .

: a others. If this in mind you success of Miss Duncan's revolutionary PM. In the Drawing Room.I .. I linen must be boiled to get the starch ;*

!r .oed not be afraid of criticism. If Buttons Right Up Under the Chin.Sleeves project of colonisation, which abe believes - used often to bare my dogs in the out. On no account use soda aa '. t* s

yon let your actions be guided by motive Are Long. will be an actuality.On drawing room when guests were expected sick person's skin is very susceptible *, i
of kindness, if you consider The new shirt waist has no longera to any kind of irritant, and soda \.,,
of the Greek islands
one verdant said hoatemwho is
a a dog
others before yourself, if you are decollette. It buttons up right un- distinctly irritating to a tender skin k, tr
bound to do the right thing-which der the chin in a high stock collar. in tbe Mediterranean Miss Duncan Is lover "I thought them distinctly or- ?

is the kind thing-at the right time. The sleeve is set in either raglan or I Intent upon establishing her colony. namental lying on the rug before the Yy i1 When screw becomes loose remoro, +

Of course there are various forms in a rather large armhole, and if it Here abe would assemble. I.OOOcl1\ldren Ore. it and fill the hole with bits of sponge',"

in social usage which can only be ac- is a blouse model the sleeve attachesto from England, ..France, Russia, Germany i "One was a bull whose face belled packed in tightly. Then replace the

quired by association with refined persons the lining and not to the little Belgium nnd'America. She his gentle nature The other was a screw and it will hold .. firmly,a*

I but if this is.! denied one the bolero-like outside blouse. would be In absolute'control and ender Porn who, despite his habit of yapping ever. _,;".

seeker after good manners cannot go Georgette: crapes, linens, voiles and her personal direction would be furiously, would not hurt a fly. "
far astray if he or she remem-- embroidered batiste all make the most
very taught the art of expressive "It did not strike me that strangers RUB-MY-TISM '
bers to let kindness and considerationrule. delightful waists. Little vests of JACKTT BA TU BAT. 'k
while famous masters would danclng'l might be afraid of my pets. But one <
plaited lingerie: organdie or net are
Will Rheumatisms.,
In these days when the average person often set in the front. Odd china but- to teach other arts. day when I went into the drawing silk the brim faced smoothly and join- cure your .' ,

I is "out for himself," when selfishness tons give: a new touch to the more From such a recruiting station J kt V. room I discovered a nervous caller, ed to the crown by a twisted roll of Neuralgia, Headache. Cramp..;/ .

I is the predominate note of social tailored types and Slavic embroideriesa tbe dancer's Idea there will be sent positively too frightened; to move from tbe silk. A Jet spearllke ornament Colic Sprains, Bruises Cats and .. -

I and business intercourse the man or bit of color to the light white and forth Into the world competent leaders the snot whence jni<> had first caught thrust through a rosette of tbe silk la Burns, Old Sores, Stings of Insects -= .

i woman who thinks of others and acts II |,: sand colored voiles and linens. of thought Should there be discovered sight of my bull's ugly face. I often tbe only ornament this perky little hat Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne used Internally :.
,";: according to their wishes will soon be '! Sleeves are long and in the shirt had to suppress a smile at the frantic .
from all this to .
I'I colony one or, perhaps appears require. and externally. Price 2Sc .
I 1 marked for a kindliness of manner ] waists lightly: gathered into a tight two three children tOIlC'bedJy barking! of my Pom. but I discovered
, which cannot be equaled by those who | cuff. In the blouse models some of the or that to some I people It was no Joke.
tire magic wand of genius, then. Miss -- -
have been called to higher places in imported styles show ruffled sleeves, "So I resolved that on at home days -',
life. some with a series of small puffs, Duncan believes the venture would and like uccasloim >ets should be C. A. CARSON, Pr aident. N. C. BRYAN. 8eer taz ,. ,
others with a high: puff at the shoulders have more than Justified Itself in the my | ,
: BEAUTY HINTS. with a transparent loose sleeve opinion of future centuries. Another rigidly I excluded from the drawingroom
that gathers into the wrist under- ; also from the front doormat, 'flu
Michelangelo another Leonardo da
: Nothing restores a tired body and 1 1I neath. txfcause a lady told me that once when I
Vinci another Beethoven
Wagner or The Waters & Carson
:- brain more completely than a refreshing Tailored morning skirts are of linen, she found them lath 'lying In waif for
or. perchance, a Shakespeare or a
I; bath and a change into fresh, her
crash and ratine, a corduroy stripeon her there she took to heels and ran
: 4ean clothing. Goethe may rise from such a commu- V "
a net ground. They are about three away. It
Get into the habit of keeping several yards around the hem and cut twoor nity. ; r
I' changes of shoes and change your three gored circular. Their ;:
yr! shoes every night when you come comes in this flare and in the smart style Correct Way to 'Introduo Grocery Company *

I,": home. It is a great rest to tired feet. way they are belted flat in at the 1 I : : : WORTH: :KNOWING.I : : : I There Is an art In Introducing correctly.
f, 1 Cold water is a splendid preventi- waist. First of all, an Introduction x'4 "'"

i tive of wrinkles, making the skin firm must be made la, a clear understandable -
. sad smooth. The face should be washed TAKE CARE OF SHOES. voice. It Is an Insult to your bearers .
If In cold water every morning. I Orange blossom girdles are a feature to mumble your words and slur :\, \ '. ;'J',.'

* If those who perspire freely would The care of the shoes is an abso- on the new bridal...... over the names of strangers who arc .."..,(;:f-

1 1 mae a little ammonia in the water they lute short necessity dresses.with The the new fashionof Much In demand will be the buttons being presented to each other. It Is a 'Wholesale and R otafl Dealers r ".t i;:,' Ie. 't h p.
bathe in every day it would keep the laced shoe has of brass, silver and steeL '
', come in again for both slight and suggests either an ignorance : :' :
I.t" any flesh disagreeable clean and sweet odor.BEAUTIFUL doing. away with afternoon wear, though morning the the type and I A straight line at the base of the of the Importance of the Introductionor GROCERIES I :j' ':l r4I r4--

.; varies. neck la decidedly trying. a lack of interest in this duty. 8e, 1,,

TEA TRAY. For morning the vamp has a finish Sashes now often mold the hips, but above all things when you mention Ji: .' ,
of dull tan'or black leather, with a require the greatest care In arrangement the names of strangers to each other 1, ,'" :t;w
A beautiful tea be made light fawn or tan top. For afternoon I. . '
I. tray can mention them so that there will be no '
.t home by getting from a pictureId the vamp is of patent leather and the. The braiding en velvet gowns Is most doubt about these names about tbe . . . . . . . . .. .. .. ..........: ., 'Jt}
,./ hop the foundation for a glass bot- top is of paler shade, is trimmed witha elaborate. married or single state and about the ... .{" t. .

&.,...,tomed tray. Ask him to give you a bit of the patent leather and is altogether relationship which exist between WB SELL: WE RUTs :1".t.: '; .; i '''
decorative Half and half stockings are new and may ; :
plain wooden frame with glass and a more type of boot. HAY ', .; ;:
back. The molding should be deep striking. The upper part of these new them and you. HIDES ") r t5 S t.. .j
1 enough to form a good rim on the CLEANING MARBLE. stockings Is la decided contrast to the Always present a gentleman to a GRAIN, ":::., .. :, ".
l& 'tray. You can set in this gay little I Marble is cleaned as follows: Pound lower part lady, mentioning the lady's name first FURS 't l...
y..f. +a bits of cross-stitch embroidery yourself together two ounces of washing soda In the coming season there will be a unless the man lit wry elderly or very FERTILIZERS a ."ai. '-"'

\.I k and cover the back of the frame an ounce of powdered pumice stone great deal of black millinery braid famous and the lady Is a very young WOOL, '. "
with felt Put in four little rubber- and an ounce of whiting. Sift them .
girl. .
:: n
.: used also neutral shades and '
shadesmatching it \.
,." beaded tacks for feet, attach brass through muslin. Make these ingredients I .''. .r.
I"\t.ti .handles and you have a lovely gift into a cream with sufficient boil the dress goods. MASSAGE CREAM.A ORANGE BOXES. AND '\ : 1 i '
ing water. Apply thickly with a brush Long trains of white brocbe metal \ ::

E r'r't L ,,ABOUT WEARING VEILS. and allow to dry, then wash off witha tissue are used in a detached way on massage cream; may be made as ORANGE WRAPS ALL'COUNTRY .'
follows f
, ) !< : Take three ounces of oil of ,
soft cloth. All "
porcelain yellowed robes of soft white chiffon char .
or .
tf A to the face sweet almonds, an ounce of lanolin '
good cream applied with Iron sediment may be cleaned .
tneuse. VEGETABLE CRATES : It. <
two drams of white drama of I 1; ;
II< I carefully wiped off and followed with with muriatic acid. wax, two 1 ; ?
.. 'l.. good face powder is better than a The new blues for spring are powder, spermaceti thirty drop. of tincture of ..SIPRGDUcL0.1l; 11 ''1'1'
I ". .-YOU on very cold days. The veil be- USING STALE BREAD. aero, artillery and blue gray. bexoin, and ten drop of oil of rose CRATE: NAILS l- ,

,,1) '., j-eomes .rooUt from, the ,breath.: This Brown in oven of stele Young girls are wearing the modified Combine these and place in a Jar for : & ''
every scrap t.
. .
', ; the bread use. ..... . .. .. ..... .. : .: ; ,.
ansea aJda.toehap.&ftd roughen that,I. left, bat don't scorch. .Cossack: costumes with shorter waist .

". 3-and it takes several days to get, the Roll' while hot and crisp, and sift& tne& Fat or suet will keep sweet for a ,w. tell fieU garb ... of all k..... <". ,.,' '" ' ..M.MW 1, } ,, .

.h.: d ji alda"bsekito'normal condition. Repeated U. the fine U1UIaM'tor ,croquettes, yarrow scarfs of','elvel.mbc & .r.4 much longer time U separated from We gr. spielal att-Uo, .. flttlag .at fcaa lag ...1. err flag ; r ",

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'!' : . .. I == Kissimmee's Better Babies = I JII II II THEATERSPolyreel MILLINERY OPENINGS '

:: $ Society Notes $
; feature pictures for the ATTRACT BIG CROWDS:
past and present week have been the
chief drawing card at Kissimmee f w-
_ .; (Matti.. Belle Harris, Editor.) houses of the cinematograph. r "if
) Dixie Theater. The millinery shops of Klssimnsee

Request i it made to all patron* of the Valley Gazette to send Items The Tampa Gasparilla pictures (tiled did themselves justice when Wednes-
I this house last Saturday, while yes- day they held their spring and summer -
f of society events to tie Editor for publication in these< column terday the Vita rap"/I production of openings; displaying one of the-
all Cuine's "The Christian," provedto prettiest and most varied line of hats-
i . I be one of the best pictures ever that have been seen in the city. Hundreds -
- - - - - - - - - - -
- - - - - - - - - -
'- III III G III III , '. . . . 'III II 1/ ,
tl\iJi.\ I 0 I 0 I I I - y I II shown here. Varied and interesting of ladies of the city and community -

Y) e .. I' \ c AT THE CHAPTER HOUSE. delightful place to live and work in. >ro nams for next! week are an- attended the showings and
< ,; t, h I Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman and Mrs. It is in order also to congratulate the lounced. were immensely pleased with what the
% ,., + Paulk will be hostesses at the Chap- Valley Gazette; on securing Mr.. Nau- 'a..lno Theater. stores had for sale.
. (,('y t ter House next Tuesday evening. gle's services.-Orlando Reporter Wm. A. Brady's production of "The Military types particularly the Tip-
..t, .. ,j Among: the numbers on the program Star. I Man of the Hour to be shown toiglit porarA toques and turbans, and hats
\\ih., ':,<1 j' will be s solo by Mrs. J. II (Conn of i will portray: a popular Amen with non-supportable brims and inlaid -
f, itI(.j St. Cloud, and a reading. by Mrs. COOKERY SAI.E. 3 ;; .in plot with the well known AVur I flowers appeared to be the chief
1', ?'. James Grimm. The Guild ladies of the Kpiscopol J wick al"tln"I.1-ads The picture; is features t in the new styles. Tha sire
t church will have! another sale of homemade in excellent one and is ranked among I: of the huts are noticeably: larger this
1-f } PAINTING CLUB./ cookery at the La Mode mil- the best achievements of its great: wason The Bon Ton store Mesdames
Mrs. II. W. Boice entertained they linery shop 'on Broadway, Saturday 7 noducer The fourth episode of 'Woodheck and Roprero, proprietors,
Painting club Wednesday morning at "Runaway June" will bo shown Monday -
afternoon, fro3 to G o'clock was nicely decorated for the occasion
\ her home on Vine street. The morning night, whil< the final reels of "The I orchestra
Yc i was very pleasantly spent paint- AUDUBON) SOCIETY MEETS. I :Million Dollar Mystery" is lulled forTuesday I' and had the Kissimmee the afternoon to
T playing
ing. Delicious refreshments of coffee : Several hundred; Kissimmoe
With Mrs II. C Stanford and Mrs. I N y .} 4s. have 1 the delight of its visitors
and sandwiches were nervedCHILDREN'S people followed the story of this
k y W. J. S. Carr as hostesses the Audu- I t + War .de popular picture serial and it will be Mrs N. M Norris, proprietor of
PARTY. bon society held a meeting at the I I r. with much pleasure! and no less satisfaction Ln Mod., supplemented the displayof
LilM The members of the third grade of Chapter House on Tuesday evening that the end is witnessed I hats. by one of new ready-made
na 1 ; J the Osceola High school w-ere entertained A very pleasing program was rc.>n- dresses
.t i by their teacher Miss lathe dered. Miss Matty Bandy was greatly -
i i Lawler, Friday, February 27, at !her Mrs. N II Norris was elected secretary HAVE YOU SEEN ANY pleusedwith the attendance at her
of the organization and the
home on Church street The liltlcfolks store and states that the hats shown
4 of Mrs. Howard M Katz and
enjoyed on the lawn after -
this time than for
are cheaper several -
.' which delicious refreshments of E. E. Naugle were added as membersof ,
i. the board. STRAY POSSUMS HERE? seasons.
Ice cream and cake were. served musical I The gentler sex of Kissimmee
. The program opened witha ,.r
I should he with the
extremely gratified
J y /, TALENT TEA. vocal solo by Mrs P. K. Weaver,
V The Talent Tea of the Methodist who very aceptably rendered "To a Have you seen any 'possums running I effort that our milliners have made
for their benefit/ and because of the
church was entertained by Mrs. Co- Rose," fitting words to this well loose about town ">
4 hoon at her home on Bass street last known instrumental number that were If you have kindly send word toN I attractiveness of the new hats the
Friday aftmoon. The ladies brought the itself C. Bryan rest of the population should be
pretty as immediately.
music nil photograph show the winner of medals in the O.ceola Better Babies pleased also.IIERMAN.
their fancy work and the afternoonwas A. F. Smith gave a cornet solo, last shipment of stall-fed critters -
very pleasantly sewing and which was well rendered, with II. S. 'i contest held under the auspice of the Mother and Teachers' Literary and escaped after arrival in Kissim --
chatting A silver offering was taken Buzza; playing the! piano accompaniment. mee from Southport and he is SIMPSON DIES.
Social club. The little very
iP k girl i is Carolyn Griffin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
for the benefit of the Delicious downcast
society. I owing to the fact that. the Herman Simpson, who was severely
!' 1? refreshments cake and punch Miss Ella Mae Gilbert sang a beau- Griffin. She i is tweDt-lI x months old and made a score of 96.5. James Earl 'possum industry is looking up a bit injured here several weeks ago when

v were" served tiful solo with Miss Myrtle Bobbitt as Lupfer, the boy shown in the photograph i I. the thirty-two months old son of J just The now.loss of this I I his horse fell with him, died last week
accompanist. shipment is a double -: at Greenville Tenn., where he was
"1 j RICKET-RUMMELL. Following these numbers Mrs. N. H Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lnpfer. He led the boy contingent with a score of 96.5. I calamity just at a time when, as :,I taken by his brother shortly after the
Mr. Harold R. Ricltet and Miss Norris read: an article upon the "Doves announced in another column, plans' accident
Agnes E. Rur.imell, both of St. Cloud, or Dandola" and Mrs. Minnie Moore- I I are on foot with J. M. Lee as the'I I His wife, who accompanied him to
h ','. were quietly married last Friday Wilson gave a reading of her article H. Atwood, Mr. B. S. Dutton, Mr. H. promoter, for the erection of a 'pos' Greenville, is still there with rela-
s .t night by the Rev. A. J. Holt. The upon Bettie and Dixie, her two pet A Hunter, Mr. E. E. Naugle, Senator' SHIP 1,000 RABBITS sum house in Kissimmee. tives.COLE .
contracting parties are prominentyoung 1 sandhill cranes.A A E. Donegan, Miss Leonora Richards ,
k + < people of St. Cloud. They motored social hour closed the evening.MR. Mrs. Powell, Miss Powell Miss
rl ,' here for the wedding to elude ". ". ". Gray McGraw, Mr. L. A. l Uamilton and 0 CO C C 0.-0 C 00 ok
+ ''y their many friends, who were preparing AND MRS. CLARK Mr. K. McPherson. OUT OF KISSIMMEEDuring
v \' to give them a rousing celebration ENTERTAIN
f 1 G there. Mr. Rlcket is connected -- -- --

R .i; with one of the hotels at St. Cloud. One of the most elaborate social : KILLS BIG BOB CAT the past week Platte & Mc-
* events of the season was the dance Farland have shipped from Kissimmee JEWELRY[ CO.
BIRTHDAY PARTY. !given at the Kismmmee Golf and 1,000 rabbits to St. Louis for distribution -
i, ,l Mrs. R. V. Savage entertained very Country club Thursday night by Mr. in the west
. delightfully Tuesday afternoon at the and Mrs. J. D. Clark 3 MILES FROM f TOWNJ. It is said that the rabbit trade has
+ l I Manhattan hotel in honor of the The pretty little club house wn at- proven a profitable one and with the GIVES
iy eighth birthday of her little daughter, tractively bedecked in flowers, so ap- wealth of "bunnies" near Kissimmeeit
i Olivlene. The afternoon was pleas propriate in springtime and the merry F. O'Berry, who lives about three is likely that it will grow in future .
t 4 in games and dainty refreshments dancers flitting in and out under the I miles from Kissimmee near Campbell, years. COUPONS
x ) were served. myriad lights which grace the rooms Fees of four cents a head has been
Y Those who were guests at the} party of the club made a picture of perfect brought' to town Thursday morning paid for the bringing in of the rabbits t'- .
I'nw9 were: Geraldine enjoyment. a: catamount (bob cat), weighing between and reports have it that one man
v Marie Harper, Elizabeth Berry, 1 Prettily gowned women minglingwith thirty-five and forty pounds, made $f> in a single! day killing them In the Auto Contest on either Cash Purchases or Paymentof

Helen Winn, Patsy Makinson Robert the somber tones of the evening; which he killed in the hummock near i I Account
Mack Myrtle Savage Elsie Welch, dross of the male contingent: made the \EI MAN KILLS SH.F.;
j i; "i rP Geraldine Johnson, Edith Holtsclaw, club house fairly glisten with beauty. 'I'i his hom!'. i Fort 1'1l'1'l'l'-Joseph II. Jones, sev I If buy $5.00 in Tickets it .
John D. Lesley and Floyd. Mrs Clark, assisted liy l> her hus i Mr. O'H'rrv has missed a number of I I entv.two years of age and a residentof you
NEW. band, was it gracious; hostess and I' pigs lately. and a few days ago his' this community for twenty-two : Counts
OUR EDITOR. 1 50,000 Votes
tl Gordon has left the everyone of her quests: found something 1 dogs jumped) the 1 bob cut and chasedhim ) yea.'d) his life with u shotgunat Yox'
Nye Kissimmce
to occupy every minute of their the home of his daughter, Mrs Wil
for hour
Valley Gazette; to take the position time from the curly evening to the uii or more. WtdiusdayuMMiing 1 liam Reams, a mile south of Vero, TICKETS ARE GOOD UNTIL APRIL tat 1916
9 I of city editor on the New York Call, wee hours of morning I I Mr\ Berry( was out again )I where he made his home. :: i

; . and E. E. Naugle, of Jacksonville, formerly Those who enjovcd the hospitality with his dogs: and this time he had his It is Mr. Jones tommitted! I + ..
I supposed
y managing editor of the Metropolis of Mr. and Mrs ClniV were: Mr. F. gun lie shot the cat. Even after it 1 suicide! although it is pnssihl.. that he I :
has taken Mr. Nye's place We B. Robins, Miss Marguerite 1thinH'' was fatally wounded the bob mt put:' shot himself accidentally His health
1 a ;. regret to lose Mr. Nye from Florida and Mrs. F. R. Mallorv, of Toronto'j, up a stiff fight with the dogs until had not been good for some time. 26 Broadway It
newspaperdom. He is a capable news- Can., Mr. and Mrs L. H. I it fell dead.
,: c" / paperman and his work on the Valley and Mrs. H. W. Katz, Mrs: J. D. Mr. O'Berry will preserve the hide .
1 Gazette was of a high order. We Woodbeck, Mr. and Mrs. Andre Van He declares that there are many more Cayenne pepper i is excellent to rid v -0'4Gr it.t }py-v 'iiry.'Gvy{
welcome Mr. Naugl. to this section der Meersch, Mr George Gardner, of these animals near Kissimmee cupboards of mice. The floor shouldbe
1 ', of the state.. We are sure he will like Miss Mary Dickison, Mr. William which are nightly making depreda- gone over carefully, and each hole --- -- -. r -
d i : ( it and that he will find Kissimmee a Makinson, Miss Mildred Turville, Mr. tions upon hogs and chickens. stopped up with a piece of rag dippedin OOtOto oooo oo o 40604000P t
water and then in'
' j _ ___ ____n__ ___ cayenne pepper.

i.., ; I 11111 n n 111111111 m '1111' The Place Where Your Dimes Last Like Dollar | I
t k'a t

: /f /, Weekly Notes of Fresh

4 Church Work and Candy Shipment

Christian ProgressI1111I1II1111111111111 Some more of the best Sweetstuffs on the market for the money.

Regular 20c and 25c values at, 1 f
12 1 5
,I ' ; a pound h_ -__-_h h_h _ AJ 1 } and C

s< ,, Conducted by Local Ministers' Did You Get ,a Pair of Those Black Satin Colonial
>i il
Pumps ?

I I I I I I I I I I I I M IPRESBYTERIAN Our of these values
l supply rare was quickly exhausted, but we e
l 7 : CHURCH. have another shipment which has just arrived and if you failed to geta
BBS Complying with a request of the :i: pair, now is your opportunity
board of trade the of the Presbyterian -
Regular $3.00 value

88ifr 144.. t ti _ day night church on "Civic will preach Duties"next and Sun-extends i only I ------ ---- --___--____- ___--__ __ -_ _ $1.69
a cordial invitation to all interested White Canvas
Slippers' ,
parties to attend the services il $
* for ladies, a pair -- - __ _hh hh __ -__ __ e00
1if CATHOLIC CHUKCII. Sandals for misses
Father Fox of Orlando will have
instruction for, the confirmation class a pair _--_-----_--____- __--____-_ _ - _- -_ c.

Saturday at :3 p. m, and instructions Ladies' Sandals

and confession Saturday evening{ at a pair: -------__h______ hUhh___. _.. ___ _ 98cQUALITY
7JO.:: Mass will be Raid Sunday morn- h
>fe ing at 8. Any other services will be
& announced at mass Silk Waists at a Sacrifice

We still have a few of those remarkable values in Silk Waists for

Er7i FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. will ladies left from our sale of Wednesday, which we are offering at the
Sunday the pastor
low .
r I Ser- same price.THE
> preach on "Rejoicing Always.
-> vices begin at 11 0 clock. At night

y.. Queen Food of the North the !pastor will preach on "Drifting." | DOLLAR LIMIT STORE
i Services to begin at 7:15: p. m. Every-

''k body invited Strangers especially X Home of 5c, lOc and ZSc Goods G. W. Persons Company i
welcomed. Why not be good and go
to Queen Fruit of the South
; to church Sunday? You know you ooo..ooooooooo.o.ooooo ooO .O..OOOOOOOOt.ooooooo.o

ought to. _
* e

Every man and boy in Kissimmeeis

I come from the vigorous Northland, the home of Indian maize. I laymen's earnestly meeting requested for one to hour attend begin-the

My nature is Corn-pearly white Corn;.and by a skillful process I am made ning at 3 o'clock next Sunday afternoon -
at the Methodist church.
delicately sweet and attractive. Often am I complimented on possessing qualities Friends do you know, that you can ,.fa.

superior to any other flaked food. gain a great deal of consolation and
strength by attending.the' e splendid '..
My name U- meteings? Come, let us reason together Is not all we wish to call you attention toOur
and renew our covenants with
the good Father to live more earnest, Prices Are Right ,
consistent Christian lives in the future 25c can Sliced Pineapple ___ 1 '
------------------------- I
3&t i \ Post Toasties than we have in the past. Armour's Star Hams -----------------------------________Izc 1
There Is a great work to be donein Best White Meat __..__ ,___ ____ ;r ./
Kissimmee and it is up to God's --------------------- .____tic

,, chidren: to do it. Are you willingto Good White Meat ----------------..--______,._ -__.._ -1Sc. ,j
I5e Can Pea. *.
do Fancy IIIILlOeT >
your ---------------------- .J$
t 1 I am loved by thousands for myself alone, but you and I, Queen Fruit, form a Come to this meeting and let me arrange Premier Salad Dressingi0 and MeVetes 'J..,

combination irresistible. for a more earnest campaignin .. the Aato Contest .
+ the service of the Lord than we r
have had before. at '
;; ) Morninff v Noon and Nt ttt-arid then between times--- Trusting this meeting will prove a
' blessing to<:all who attend and with
earnest desire the blessed TAYLOR'S ,. <
an to se"rve
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Prw .dnf' Nw Memory'VAgerS .
: Master to the fullest extent -
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Yours faithfully .., .
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i t" FfTeiv.n a.e ."f TW.. H.. ,JONES'tChairmaiu. '

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:t! I >'RJb : Y""' 12 IllS' ., THE 'KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE . ,'PAOKY." ;

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THE l KISSIMMEE. VALLEY GAZETTE 1 C.'Jenktas, of Southport, was in Mrs Roma' Thomas Mrs. Conrttd r I, "

'l.pboB.No. IL) -> Kissimmee Thursday on business.Mrs. Bryan, Hon W. J. Sears and Messrs. PRENTIS'ATTENDS BIG
4. I ban''Smith : Charles Bandy, C. W. Griffin and .J. .'.
. Published E.'r7'Frida, By isquite Ul with M. Hansell left for Palatka Tuesdayto n Merchants Contest: ,I
'' laps. ef the W. O W STATE SESSION /
,w. v. HARM.I* *. B. a. VANS AQNRW attend the"convention. ,;
Miss Nettle Yowell and little niece, Knights of'I'ythlas.Reed'i'labelbread. ,.''

.. .....0.. . .. .. .. ...... Viola Yowell returned from .a visit 'is.pure, healthyand "
at Haines City recently, nourishing. Ask for it. Accept .. Wi Prentls ha returned from ;

of no other.J. Lakeland, where he attended the state
Weather Misses Annie and Sallie Story,
: Report Narcoosee, visited their sister, Mrs. P. Johnson, a prominent businessman meeting' of the Woodmen' of the ,
Dan Smith, recently.Sam i of Des Moines, la.:, accompaniedby World. Reorganized, t
Mrs. Johnson, Ras 'been spending During: the meeting the following .
Ragsdale was among those several days in Kissimmee enjoyingthe officers were named ,
Following are' dally tern- who :went to Orlando Thursday to havea climate and incidentally looking J, B. Blitch Montbrook, head counsel l
peraturee and precipitation ', look,at a big league ball gnmo after his ten acre orange grove, locat i .

as reported by Governments | Mrs. S. F. Cato, of Jesup, Ga., who ed just north of the city. Y. N. Watson, Quincy; head adviser. ,,'

.. station at Kissimmee for theweek'ending > has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. Chas. K. Sage, Ocala, head banker. Tk. Popularity Contest started at At (Grsystoas cajUo bas b.aa .
, Miss Marlon Latty returned from J. A. Quineess! Lake City, head "
W. Grady, leaves today for Tampa to t -
March 11
: spend some time with relatives there.' Lakeland on Tuesday. Miss Latty has cleric.W. taken the merchants and under tbt .at of Mb
by placed
Friday __ __ __79 66 1.20 been managing the popularity contest S. Irvin, Lakeland, head escort. over saaaaf em r

Saturday __ -,__76 60 J. T. Handera, of Milwaukee, is there and came back to Kissimmee to C. W. Johns, Jennings, head watch Marion Laity.
spending some time in Kissimmee andis take charge of the contest here. man.
fiunday7S 50 registered at the Graystone hotel. 1 A. V. Costello, Ybor City, head sen-
Monday __ __ __67 39 6 or 6 doses 666 will break any case tinel. 'i ,-', AA
G. H. Cantrell of Jacksonville spent Chills. Price 25 cents. 1
of Fever ,
__ _ or Head C.
Tuesday _65 41 managers: N. Horn, Grand
Tuesday and Wednesday in Kissim You get bread that Is bread when I +
i Wednesday __70 40 Ridge chairman; II. K. Beers, St. Pet- :
label bread.
-- buy Reed's .
ersburg W. J. Roebuck Lake
____ mee.Wake. ; City;
73 46
Thursday -- up your liver. A lazy liver Fish shipments from Kissimmea J. W. Prince, .Jacksonville; J. B. '
i i brings on the worst of diseases. Take were so heavy this week that it was Brooks. ,

.....OOOOOv.o..OOo..OO. Liv-ver-lax now. Osceola Pharmacy. I necessary for the express company to Delegates to sovereign. camp at St.I, Merchants Standing ,
104tH. ': wire ahead for.a special car to handle Paul, Minn. : J. F. Dorman Tallahassee i

111111111111111111111111'I C. Stanford was in St. Cloud the movement through Jacksonville ; Hal W. Adams, Mayo; P. I,. | Giving Coupons of
I to western points. Rollo. Alternatives: L. B. Sparkman,

I THE LOCAL FIELD I Tuesday the big sale and at Wednesday his store in looking that place. I After spending the winter very Cook Tampa, Miami.; B. J. Hamrick, George 10'.1, ContestantsMiss t- :!_

Miss Mildred Futch has returned to I I pleasantly with Kissimmee as their Live Oak was selected as the next Kissimmee Valley Gazette,

. . her home in Webster after a visit with headquarters Mr. and Mrs. S. L. place of meeting. W. B. Makinson .
. . . Company
. . . I ,
-- -- -- -- -- . . . . . . . -- I relatives in the city.D. I I Sponsler left Wednesday for their Committees Named. Wlnona..Al1el\ _.__.-4,380,720 ,

Cypress field boxes for Bale cheap. J. Buckley, after spending ten I t{; home will stop in Grand for a few Rapids days, Mich.each at They SaI named The following to serve committees for the coming have b<; n Dutton-IIarris Company, Miss Mary Carson ______3,933,650 '

Osceola Lumber Furniture Co. 29-tf days in Kissimmee, left on Wednes- 'I vannah, Asheville and Knoxville en Credentials: C. N. Horne, T.' : I C. A. Cole, Miss II. Butler __________3,722,360 S S

Jeb Parker! of Arcadia, spent Sunday day for Tampa. route.C. I demon, C. K. Sajre. .. \11-1 Dann's Store Miss Violet Bullock ___,..3,338,623Miss
herew ith friends. Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Smith, of*Hammond | Mileage and.1 per diem : no W. J. iC! L-I Department Marion Porter __3,102,160
Ark. arrived Thursday to make I T. Wallace, manager of the buck, L. M. Kh6dB, j. w. Simmo ,is.l I
R. C. Bryan spent Saturday at j ted Realty company, of uni-I : Taylor's Grocery, Miss Dolly Alford _______2.612,925
home. | Resolutions
Kissimmee their permanent : J. F. 1 Forman, W. 'V. .
Hainea City. I N. C., was in the city Tuesday, Anderson George }o'. Cook. | Bon Ton Millinery, Mrs. D. A, Smith2,280,650 d

Is your liver inactive ? Liv-ver-lax Sam Ragsdale spent Tuesday at- ing arrangements: for the big auction Mrmorioals : II. II. Beers, E. E.I| Miss Ruby Prevatt ______2.263,760 i
WI1R> wake tending to business matters at St. sale of lots in the property owned bv Cline O. C. VanBrunt. Lupfer & Prather Garage,
it up. Osceola Pharmacy.104t. Miss Laura Thomas _____1,4(10,350 ,, ,
Cloud. ,I I Ingram & Donegan on Sumner street Fraternal greetings: J. W. Prentis, I Club Miss Helen Bass ________1,461106Mis f
MethI which will be held on next Monday. Pry Cleaning Pressing ,
The board of stewards of the I J. W. Burn, W H. M. Bochning.
Mr. and Mrs. Wade spent several ( Nellie Hansell ______1,162,600Mrs.
odist church held a business meeting I Liv ver-lax stimulates the liver. A I Press : 1'. V. Leavengood Dr. It. A. J. W. Prentis,
days this week at Lakeland. on Tuesday night.Livverlax harmless vegetable compound. Any Lowry, G. P. Lamb. C. F. Johnson __.____1,270,000 ';: 'w

C. A. Carson went to Miami Tuesday is harmless-not a dead- child can take it safely. Ask Oscpr>la --- I Oaceola Bicycle Store, (t .f

; on business. ly poison like calomel. Any child is Pharmacy. 10-4t Fennell's Barber Shop, r "'ii;i ?

C. H. Funk, of Hilliard's island, safe and happy by the use of liv-ver-I I Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Morey and Mrs. DAN BROWN ARRESTED I Ii ', ilDon't

drove into town Saturday. lax. 10,41 Cyrus Payne, of Orange Center were I Sanitary Market,

,. Charles O'Neal, of Rosalie, was in J. J. Whitbeck, of St. Cloud, was in KiKsimmi'C Tuesday, shopping. Mr. i UPON MURDER [ May Lumber Co., ,
town Saturday.Ask looking after business matters in Kis- Morey i is resident, manager for the CHARGE i iI
simmee last Saturday. : Munger Land company at Orange Palace Drug Store,

for Reed's label bread. Liv-ver-lax is purely vegetable.Just Center.J. I I I

We are meeting hard times with what you need to tone up your L. Crawford of Wichita, Kap., Dan Brown, who shot and killed Bob ,:
the lowest of prices. F. II. Lawson. system. Ask Osoeola Pharmacy. 104tA. arrived this week to make his perma- I I Johnson here several weeks ago, and I I '
I who liberated coroner's
was by a jury I i'
business nent home here. Mr. Crawford has
W. Winn left Tuesday on a
Hon.! C. A. Carson left Tuesday for I Ion a plea of self-defense, was arrested
trip to Macon, Miss. Mr. Winn purchased a tract of land east of the
Miami on a business mission. at St. Cloud
I again on Wednesday '
which he will clear and in -- --
expects to spend some time in Mis- city, put I -- - ---- -'-- -
Sheriff L. H. .. .
by Ingram.The
City Lewis for next fall. -
Attorney O'Bryan was sissippi. I shape planting a grove this made '
arrest time was upona
in Orlando Wednesday on business.
Work on the new Waring structureon 1 Osceola Pharmacy knows about Liv- warrant charging murder which
Mrs. II. N. Bratton is spending the Broadway has been recommenced ver-lax. You need it for your liver. was sworn out by Lewis Johnson, Fail See .
week in Orlando. and it is expected that the building 10.4t brother of the dead man. to .

I will soon be ready for occupancy. I I Brown was brought here and lodgedin d
Senator A. E. visitor
Donegan was a -
.... I W. C. Kssington, business manager the county jail to await trial. lie
to St. Cloud on Tuesday.G. Wish to call your attention to our Orlando
of the
J. I and one of the owners
. women's andchildren's has demanded an immediate preliminary
bargain counter men's, I
H. Prather spent Tuesday on Daily a short time in hearing which will likely be held -1
shoes at 98c to $1.98 a pair. Tuesday
business, in St. Cloud. F. H. Lawson. I'I Kissimmee office a fraternal and call.paid Mr.the Gazette Es- i within the next few days. OUR SPRING SUITSWe 4, tl

Liv-ver-lax! Better than calomel. Reed's Home Bakery is clean and nington's paper is a, live wire and is I ,

Ne bad effects. Ask Osceola Phar- sanitary. You get only pure bread, doing splendid .work for Orlando and GOOD ROADS MEN HOLD :

macy. 10-4t pies and cakes when you call for Orange county.

Sheriff L. 11. Ingram was in South- Reed's. The ladies in charge have posted
I handle the Famous Line of
business Tuesday. House lawn MEETINGATSTClOUO ;
port on Miss Elizabeth Donegan visited signs on the Chapter ,

E." ,"'. Roe, Kenansville! arrived friend tn Jacksonville Sunday and i threatening a fine of $fi for those who t d
here for a few days' stay on Tuesday. later attended the state meeting of I have been making H pathway across B. R. Evans, agricultural adviser of Schloss Brothers Clothing
the Pythian Sisters at Pulatka. I the grass plat. The signs have been Osceola county, and ('. F. Johnson attended J
Cash will fro a long way in buying Miss Lillian Chambers )left Tues- placed at each end of the pathway I a meet ,if in St. Cloud Tuesday Which can't be beat for Fit, Style and Texture; 1 i '
goods at F. H. Lawson's.W. Ala. and blaze forth in letters their
day for her home in Birmingham, big of the Goo I
H. Brokaw, with Griffing Brothers after a visit with her cousin Miss warning to trespassers. I 1 They bring back word that the association
the tree peopl-s. 40( tf Lorene. Donegan. Jacob Deiter representing Florida adopted a resolution to pre New Line of Palm Beach Suits t'

J. J. Whidden, of Fort Meade, wasa Mc-Corkle and Thomas have their Automobile & Gas Engine company, 1 pare petitions and send then\ to every '
visitor to Kissimmee this week. machinery all ready now to begin the of Tampa, called upon the plumbing district of the county for signers who Selling at $8.00 \ '
I .
manufacture of ice cream, thus add- trade here on Tuesday. Mr. Deiter favor a $500,000 bond issue for good ,-
Mrs. Harry Deyoreo, of Orlando, ing another industry to Kissimmee's was formerly with Barclay & Cameron roads in the county. will t
.pent Sunday with relatives in Kis- list. of Jacksonville.Get It was the opinion of the association Warm summer days: are coming and :you need some.

according to that the In this line.
simmee. reports, thing ,
with rid of the
: Brightening up of store fronts
beet plan to ask for J"
was some eco-
, $ Mre. C. Payne, of Orange Center, the advent of spring has become the the sun shine brighter. Osceola nomical of improving roads t r
way so
motored to Kissimmee and spend the fashion about town and painters were Pharmacy will tell you about Liv-ver- that every part of the county might
I day here on Tuesday. busy putting new coats on numerous lax. 10-4t benefit.
H. Stanford
C. Co.
business houses during the past week. who is
H. E. Cole spent Tuesday and Wednesday C. F. Johnson preparing '
on a business trip to Winter Mrs. Minnie Moore Willson attended the county booklet requests that per- Not Paint
Haven. the annual meeting of the Florida eons having photographs of truck Kissimmee St. Cloud
Audubon society at the home of L.o'. I farms, cattle groves, etc., communicate With linseed oil at SOc to $1, what
Ur-ver-lax relieves all ills of the Domerick at Maitland on Thurrday.Mrs. with him so that he may be able sort of oil do you think they use in .
liver and stomach. \ Get it from Os- Willson is president of the local I to' arrange them for publication as "paint" at Jl.GO and $1.257 I i ,

eeola Pharmacy. > 10-4t society and represented. it at the soon as possible.F. That stuff is counterfeit paint. You ,

Miss Isabell! Massey, of Fort Mill, meeting. B. Robins, hid daughter, Miss can cheat yourself; you can't cheat oooooooOOOOOOOHooooooooooooO'.' "t'.. 'I,!:

S. C., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.J. F. C. Edwards and family, who have Marguerite Robins and Mrs. Mallory, Time Paint I I II WE SELL FOR LESS.-CASH IS KING : ; 'J
coat wood
a rubbery over *
W. been residents of Kissimmee for abouta of Toronto, Canada, are stopping for -- -- - --
Billy Makinson was in Lakeland year, and have been living at 3U1 a time at the Golf and Country club,, and iron to keep-out water.
I Counterfeit look like it
Saturday on a business and pleasure Verona street, will leave early next where they are enjoying the links. I counterfeit paint looks may like ; I :..
where Mr. Edwardswill Miss Marguerjte was last money monpy. :
Bartow year
week for ,
What all counterfeits for
ling ?
are Theyare
trip.R. open a book and stationery store. sented to their highnesses,
D. Waring was here from Or- and Queen of England. .all alike.
lando this week looking after his The members of the Christian DEVOEW.
buiness interests. church desire to express their appreciation Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Thompson, ofi B."" Makinson & Co., sells it.
of books St. Cloud, motored to Kissimmee Sunday '
of the valuable gift I i :
For Old Men and Women
Mrs. E. A. Glenn, who has been visiting made to the Bible School library by and visited his father and mother, I a4Tll, K Foil aloe.9eoled ,
in Kissimmee left Tuesday for Mr. Reynolds. other gifts have Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thompson. To- bldnvlll l>f rifi-lxi-il by the J
Many 4> c-ommlnHloncrs' of < >Hrrulii -
her home in Covington. Ky.S. been made to the library for which gether they made the trip by automobile county, nt ttiflr n"'I1 regular I ,
thankful. to Orlando. Mr. Thompson state. mt-etlriK.. April r.. lltlfi! "n.ll newof ' ;;,
W. Moody, of the Mulberry they are very I that brick is now being placed all for the count house. hl.lde"l to furnish Big shipment of these popular lines hat just arrived and following out '
all which shall be
material of the beet
Foundry and Machine company was Liv-ver-lax tones up the system! along the sides of the roadway in Or- grade of old style tin forty pound slogan we will sell them for less. Old Lady Comfort Shoes '' a
in the city Wednesday.No stimulates the liver to work in har- ange county, preparatory to paving coating), palmed. both skies. with best I regular $2.00 value '
mony with the other organs. Guaran- the thoroughfare to the county line. Kriidi of rfd roof paint, and u'1 need for calomel with its nauseating teed to give satisfaction. Osceola I around the edge with a 36-Inch strip of pair ---------------------------------------------S:
effects. Liv-ver-lax is happy in Pharmacy. 10-4t I Messrs. R. L. Hyer., W. M. Davis waterproof paper, remove old roof and per ,; ..
repair the sheeting' where necessary ,
its results. Osoeola Pharmacy. 10-4t and Sam Jones, of Orlando, spent sev- remove rubbish from yard, make .uch I
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Crosthwaite, of .1//
eral days at Southport this week. repairs on the steeple aa may be necessary -
Miss Gertrude Plummer of Lake- Lewistown, 111., who have been spend- These gentlemen are large stockholders and connect all gutters In perfect :
week in town shape. and guarantee roof not to 'The Family Shoe Store '
land, is spending the ing the winter in Kissimmee, roomingat in the Southport Cattle company, leak for a period of ten years. Hoard ,; ,
with friends. the home of Dr. M. J. Hicks, will which, since its organization a few reserveright to accept or reject any J. W. HARRIS, Manager In the Dann BuildingMen's ,,;
their home all bide1'or
stoppingin or
leave today for .
Lumber weeks has purchased over 4,000head j
The Yellow Pine company Mr. ago further Information see J. U.Ovemtreet. ,
for short
Jacksonville stay.
is erecting a new water tank in the a of cattle that are being pas- clerk 1Z-U e --
.. \
and Mrs. Crosthwaite came through tured on the company's ranch.
yard. from Canton, 111., in their touring car, - .
Beauregard Drawdy and Grover but will ship their car from Jackson-- Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Sponsler, of '5'

Tindall, of Whittier, were in town ville on the return trip.G. Grand Rapids, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. W, S
business. H. Watson, of St.- Albans, Me., Mr. '
Saturday on B. Martin, and wife, of Detroit, and Mrs. C. C. McClary, of Spring .. ...... ...... ll

C. B.and W. T. Hansell and Cauley Mich., who have been spending the Valley Minn., and F. D. Case, oi

Tanner, of the Lake Cypress fishing. winter at Daytona, are spending a Worthington, 0., have just returnedto .
outfit, spent Saturday in town.D. few days in Kissimmee and are much Kissimmee from a fifteen day tripI UnderwearWe

McKercher, vice-president of the pleased with our beautiful little city. I aboard the natty launch Lorinda, to .
First National bank of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Martin are all friends Miami and return. All of the party
is visiting H, A. Hunter.Mr. of Judge Cowley and wife and it was I are winter tourists who have been
through their Influence they visited J I spending the season in Kissimmee and \
Ennis of Canada, arrived -
and Mrs. ,
Kissimmee. I found the trip a very enjoyable! one.
week from the
in town this
'j A brass band composed of negro
frozen north. The United States Civil Servicecommission
V boys from the Jenkins Orphan Asylum has notified the I local!
Cut prices on all shoes. F.Come H. Lawson and- of Charleston, S. C., were in Kis- I that there is no examination postoffice have the biggest line of this cleat of good in
let make prices. .
ns you simmee Wednesday and played around '
I now pending for positions in the rail *',
the streets all afternoon, rendering way mail service. This notice was Kiss nimee F Ft.
guaranteed to relieve excellent music and taking collec- c C
LJv-ver-lax: i. up sent out because of the many requestsfor
, f- troubles resulting from a disordered tions for the benefit of the orphanage. applications being received. Th w. have them ia all sixes, all kids, and all atmals. Price nmft frs k' .-
. liver. Pleasant to take and perfectly In the evening they furnished commission states that no examina- \
harmless.. Osceola Pharmacy. 10-41 music at the closing exercises of the tion will be held during the springof

a G'.,' We want to order you a nice suit colored school in north Kissimmee. 1915. 1 9C a Garment To fine Silks as High| 8S '' 4; :

of clothes from Strauss Bros.; guar- Among the traveling men who visited Mrs. Anna M. Rises, of Portage,, \. .('
*nU- satisfaction. F. H. Lawson. Kissimmee this week were W. E. WI.. 'supervising deputy: of the stajte Wear our Undsrtuleat {

o y Mr*. M.', Tiller,Ml.s Virginia Tiller Davidson reppesneting the,Common- of Florida for the Royal Neighbors,, Keta *o$1.50 ,to $2 a Garment
and Miss Gladys Crawford visited Orlando wealth Stno. Leather company, of the ladled auxiliary of the Modern .
Boston Max Hendrix; repreeentingtheExeelaiol' Woodmen Is in Kialbn "

yesterday Shoe company, of Ports- some time orpl Sing a chapter *.
r t'e, ? MA and JI .. m$:. L. D. Ororstroet, month, Ohio;. W.. T. Staples, of the I The first steps ware taken.on Monday Dann's Departrnen.ttore: '.
,of,th. ShincICreek MCt10Dt.were in Val DutUmhofer Son*' company, of night when a' tree till'"' was held witha

\th. etty. shopping last Saturday.., ftiW. Cincinnati; 0.;. Mr. High,.of the Peters rood attendance. There I..rr: _
... '. is Shoe of St. Louis, and prospect of success' The 1st of officers vhOe .1'r r '' .t-u '
.! B.. Groft of Loulaville, Ky., .company, ; : ; \
ipeodine several day her looking at. Mr. Griggsby,,of the Ashem N07e..6 baa not yet been..tirel; 'com /: '" : A . r. . __ '

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J1'AGBE. "t, ''jt\' "i'' THE: K)KISSIMMEE,: ,VALLEY ,CLZlfTE'"I;fti': FRIDAY; MARCH '

F b": p : -" NEWS' FROM ALL SECTIONS OF' -THE" ,STATE 121l1'S; 1

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\ .-George;; ; (Honey Boy)

t i Evans, noted minstrel, died at a fcos-
State Guards Against the RAIDED AT PALM BEACH FLORIDAPalm pital here. He arrived a few days

AFTER PESTS ago for an operation, suffering \4
stomach trouble. He recently left his ;

: i iI' Foot and Mouth Disease Beach.-After having with .. company at Birmingham, Ala. 't.

i'' stood for twenty-seven years insinuations MIAMI Td ENTERTAIN ;
that they were operators of a '
DECLARES TilE LEGISLATURE Dr. Joseph Y. Porter in answer toa ized I to sign such health certificates gamine room In the Beach Club, at HAIR STOPS FALLINGSave

'j. SHOULD MAKE PROVISION TO letter sent him regarding the ship- I which tuberculin test chart and saidhealth this' reeort, John and Edward Bradley .-The Florida Press associa- ';

CANKER AND ment of livestock in Florida, explainsvery certificate must show that such who live at the Blltmore New tion will not only be entertained by your Hair! Get a 25 cent Bottle ;I 1

.:: FIGHT CITRUS clearly the steps taken to pro- I cattle are free from tuberculosis and York, and are known the world over the committee, board of trade, Elks of Danderine right now-Also

: OTHER DISEASES OR INSECTS. tect the stockmen of the state. His all contagious, infectious and com- as high class sportsmen, are under club, but the city also, realizing the stops itching scalp.

letter and the regulations of the state municable disease. Said tuberculintest arrest for the first time In their lives, i value of advertising, will appropriatenot '

f 1 Tallahassee.-Following up his announced are as follows: chart must also show that at least charged before the grand jury here to exceed $400 for the purposeof Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy

s 'i- intention to make public from Mr. \V. n. Harris, three temperatures were taken before with promoting gambling. I entertaining and amusing the pen- hair is mute evidence of a neglected

(: J time to time a number of the recommendations KisBimmee, Fla. the injection of tuberculin two to The invest g.llon( started by Governor cil-heavers on occasion of their con- scalp-of dandruff-that awful scurf.
y J' which he proposes to submit Dear Sir-Your letter of the 11th three hours apart, and that five temperatures Trammel!, of Florida Involves vention here March 26-27. There is nothing so destructive to

to the legislature, which convenes, ;inst., relative] to the spread of "foot[ were taken after injection, as wi'.:e"Hes seventeen other men, ---- the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair

I 0// In April], Governor Park Trammell! and mouth disease" now prevailing in two hours apart, I beginning/ ten hours home, of thom of nr.tlonal prominence. HOW FRENCH! I IE )PLE of its lustre, its strength and its very
after tuberculin
was feverishness
is injected. life eventually producing a -
states that he will make recommendations "ertain states of the union ;
y. r i J i the following subjects: ceived.In n'-I|I I In I the case of horses, mules or asses So quietly was I the raid made byRI'rl CURE STOMACH TROUBLEA and ,itching of the scalp, which
,l upon the federal, stud,, ) shipment, shall also be accompanied if not remedied the hair rootsto
reply, 1 have to say rr Ceorm-J H. n krr that I three I causes
)' j ..i County Canning and Corn Dub Agents iiiara-itine, in bring relied uixin to by triplicate mullein test I hundred people In the lIulldlll('. come shrink, ]loosen and die-thl.n the

The work \being carried on through irevont thin infection from snri-nilmu' rhiII', which I d-t, t charts and hen llht ,! .1.! <."' for dinner partlt, knew nothj household remedy of the French hair falls. out A !little M.inderine)

s y the medium of I the canning clubs and) ''v I-'lor'da] ; and our neij'hborir1Mates. : i eitificnte, must show I that such horses, i j IIIK o'f I limo urn ,'IM.I peasantry, consisting of pure'I'J'I"- tonight now any time -will, surelysave
is valuable] to limits,,, 01 zoore free from all conHLMOUS blp oil, and said to wonderful
corn clubs proving very There is oidv] one form. ofiiiarantinc '1 lie Hradley bro" ers appeared be-1,1 possess your hair.
This commendable work ( infectious' anil communicable, ( I merit inhe treatment of stomach, Knowlton's
q our state. that could h. more e'Tec fort Ccuiity Judge I D. F. I'altorshull" I Get n :25 cent bottle of
?. should be encouragedvery way pos ive than Hint already rigidly,! cnfond iI'M-Hsi''' and the t t'sl charts must lit \\i-i I'alm llt-acii, ii'id filtered a |i liver and intestinal troubles has been, Oamlerino from any drug store. You
sible. At present the boards ofcounty l by the federal iroveriimnt a' d I -)how ( if the sultr.itaneous. method wits of not introduced in this. country by George surely can have beautiful hair, /and lots
illy. Tln-y
plc.i "
were -
commissioners have no |! "" cl ) that at least three temperatures" reprcM'liled II. Mayr, who for twenty years has little, ] Dan-
authority 'this would be the absolute] preventionif I by cx-Juilgi1 I. \\'. Metc.ilf, and of it if you will just try a ,
to employ agents to carryon all livestock) lieing brouirht intovlorida t\\ <> to three, hours iiiMirl were taken been one of the !leading down town derine. Save your hairl! Try itl! -
I M 1 lit wh1.pra" made.'They
V.r no : (trim
this work. They should be HO au- ] from state.I I do not* : before injection, and that five temprrntures druggists of Chicago/ and who himself I I
} thorized and I recommend a law so (believe, the conditions every, ; warrant ant were taken after injection, two,ii'"dlTf'I'-llIa"or-( _NI 1'rirLleuwd: I under $ 5.1'i (0) ball, was cured by its use. So quick and ,I 1,11,1.- Mll.l": A I' OCAI.A
hours 1 beginning t-'iri hours uf Wont Palm: Beach, effective is its action that I
apait a single |
providing. such drRKtic measure at present, as't ; Ocala C'V lircwn of Washington -
ter t the mallein warf injected.; When K: !N. Dimin'ck and (J. (1. Strohm, a dose is usually enough to '
and othi'is, bring pronounced shot and l killed hlmnvlfsupposedly
Aid to Out Pests. 1 would] prevent farmers I 1) C. /
: ? Slate Stamp leading, biiKlnesi man there going on
; from obtaining animals for carrying the( ophthalmic method of testing for i relief in the most stubborncases ubout II o'clock MondayIn
legislature ] ] I shouters is employed, the temperature I I their bonds.l At the name time In and many people) who have tried
'>n their business and would cost 1 his room al a local' hotel II row 11
I d't r I recommended that an annual state a ]large sum of money, for em- ,should] lx- taken tWI'OP.' first at the time I i another room of the court house the it declare: they never heard of any- used a I 7-calltx'r! revolver fired onetime

stamping; nloying] a very large force of inspec- of applying! the mallein to the eye and grand Jury st'trled the taking. of testimony. thing/ to produce such remarkable results I shouting'; himself In the neck,

) out preventing spread 'ors for enforcing the quarantine.Kyery second when the re-action is beinejudged ] in so short a time. It is knownas I and "miiKl, have been deal at Last
disease insect which threatens *. I They examined Col. Jainos M Mayr's Wonderful and
M1 any or port would have to be watched, Remedy can four hours when found by the chambermaid -
V, any of our agricultural or horticultural and every foot of land on our north- The tuberculin test chart or mal i Senjonniakcr, vice president of the now be had at all leading drug/ stores.It I 1 1. who went Into his room at
r t interests, should be made. No "rn and: western borders would have lein test chart, as the shipment may New York Central Linec; Charles I is sold with the positive understanding 3 o'clock. Brown registered at a
action was taken upon my suggestion to be patrolled.The require, must! be. made out and delivered frcs'ii. of the Fourth Street National that your money will be refunded dayIn
and for h's on.
a and as a result when the citrus can- federal] and state regulations ) in triplicate, one copy of which Hank, Philadelphia, who owns Heve without question or quibbl: if ONE hotel paid room
: I actions lraJi J,
I satis- advance. Lila" were :
( ker appeared on the lower east coast prohibit the shipment of all animals shall accompany the correspondingcopy d''' l", one of the handsomest country bottle fails to give you absolute attracting the attention of Hie hotel

t during last year, there were no state from certain sections and allow shipments of the health certificat- and be places here; A. H. Oleason, of New faction. people: 'although he wan orderly and
funds available for use in the cam- from other sections under strict, sent ut the same time and to the name \ ork ; Ralph J. French general man- -- S :

P t"Mrt paign to eradicate this disease. supervision. There are thousands of persons as above required in respectto I'' uger t i the M'lropollluntp..llvl', The menace of a "film famine," had not been drinking.

III Though my contingent fund was inspectors t in the field] and the rnil- the health certificate.In Agency.Itauer Jacknor.Hie; and Theodore which because'of the European war, I Invigorating- -to -the---Pale-- and Sickly

r' small, I felt that I wan justified in toads are co-operating with federal] I I the case of hogs and swine, the I of tIagen..y., who made the threatened to hurt the American moving -

v ) doinp so and used $1,000 for assisting and state authorities in carrying/ out health certificate must show that the comp! int.Subpoenaen. 'picture industry, has been ban- The Old'RUndard eenerat chill' TUNIC drlm: outMalarla.enrlchprflhvblood .,
r e l,+ in the work to stamp out the disease the regulations: of the affected\ states swine are free from all contagious infectious to appear before thejury ishe, Moving picture film is being 1 .nd build npthe.y.tem. .-
r. f and also assisted in every wayI Kansas statistics on February 9 \ and communicable diseases base been litHiied for ex-Mayor! made out of skimmed milk. i A true tunic. For adulti and chiltlreBu Sue:

could the voluntary efforts to handle] show Kansas i is one of the ]least affect"d mid that they have been immunized : John M'. Fitzgerald of Boston ; his o
the citrus canker situation. Through states and that the outbreak there I airainst' hoe cholera by the Dorset-. '] brother henry 11 Fitzgerald l ;John
the activity and financial aid of McHryde-Niles serum not more than -: :-x---- :----x-:+x x-------->.>: >-:-: :-"...: :-:-:-:-..t Ci ++
many 's under control, as shown by I the following F. Harris, one of the leading steel
S ; of the citrus Ilr were and other citizens : I thirty
th a persistent fight has been waged Number of counties infected, two; 1 I I the hotrs, or swine have been, immunied Fox. of Philadelphia. Hurry 1 K i All Aboard for Stetson I
J to rid our citrus industry and our state umber of herds in fecte1her three; by the """rllm "simultaneous j jnesideut of the/ I'uitel/ States III'U'k'l

,: of this disease and only recently the of cattle infected, forty,"nlll11-1,! method," the certificate I must show company, of New York, Th 0 III I
federal government "appropriated! and number of infected that tI"1'" so immunized at ]least .. ; +
i sheep none; mini I :Slir\iii.] oflllIn."poli.: ,, the forl"1'1
i i'q $ began the expenditure of $.'{5,000 for tier of hogs mfecti-d none; number of I thirty days prior, to shipment.' I \ale football star Henry Cleason." niw | ::1: Thinko.! : into weeks' board room and tuition for $.19. March 31- : Z

4 sj the eradication of the citrus canker in 'oats infected, fort v-cijrht ; number, of Sec .'1. That I
.v limited territory now affected. This herds awaiting slaughter! none' ; man I vehic'les used in the transportation of "'manufacturer, of IIriI, "llorl. (Conn. .z''n for a ek-and pav le..... Hc\iew courses, fur teachers'examina; y

M appropriation terminates in June of >tier of premises to be disinfecteilj'' mil livestock into or within the state I''r' \ rreili'iibnrK and Thomas. .. .... 1 i1:: lions June K by !'Uft.| Slieats. It's Stetson. That tells Ihe .story.
this( year and we will then have no three. of Florida' shall fit, "t be. cleaned) of .;. Write for more particulars.
I manufacturers\ ,, of iy
further assitsance from the federals Foot and mouth disease is, primal all lit t"r, unshed, and disinfected with denlmrr HPl1hIK'/ :
Hi-Id 1. (Conn ; John lvnder of ( ) ADDRESS
j government. The campaign to eradi ilv a disease of animals having a cleft] a mixture made with not more than I'll. Franklin I'dl,1 t and Kobril 1:
cuto this disease should not be allowed foot, such as swine, ,sheep, goats and one and one half ((112)I : ) pounds of ;
of New York.
F' to stop with the expenditure of the faille, and it was for this reason t that I lime and one-quarter ((1-4)) pound of I Franklin Adams Stetson University DeLand Florida
funds furnished by the federal embolic acid to each gallon of ,
government the hogs referred to were not allowedto I I TO KNLAIiCK; OAS PLANT i
and now being used. Ample] water or liquid cresolis' compositusU
interstate from Kansas
go even I Miami. -As the first .
f a t should be made by your body to though the outbreak there is limited ) ( T S. P. ) six ( (Ii i) ounces to every gallon improvements to step its toward plant extensive the- vti S vfiti< s:- ><
l, continue the campaign to succedd- of water.PROSPECT'FOR. )
; a to three herds of animals] in two Miami Gas last night secured -
r ful conclusion and to this end I -- company
recommend counties. The regulations require I
) t lI. : from the city council permits to
4 that an appropriation be made that in the cases of horses that thry holder and oil
1 I OIL AND erect a huge gas an j i
t with which to on the work of
r carry be washed down with a disinfectant
tank. The holder will be 84 feetin
k tf exterminating this disease or any before shipment, under the supervision diameter gas and 77 feet high while Patrons and Creditorsof

\ other disease or insects which maythreaten of a veterinary inspector. Had GAS NEAR DADE CITYDade the oil tank will be 30 feet in dia- NOTICE

our horticultural or agriculturaL the shipment referred to originated I meter and 20 feet hiffh. The Parlor Market

interest. within a certain area of Kansas, it Two hundred thousand dollars will
Protection of Cattle Industry. would have been held Nothing City.-Prospects of finding oil in
be the
f up. expended by gas company
One of the large industries of this that comes in contact with anin.als and gas in and around Dade City: are 'I and extensions this
) ,; it \ tit* I.i cattle raising and we have such as hay or feed of any kind, would better and brighter now than ever before year. The plant is now running to / have sold my interest to Mr. M. a
possibilties making Florida the .. ,
hp" hero n.."s ed. is the encouraging news held out I capacity but is unable to meet the
greatest cattle and stock raising state You will therefore see that the bye Prof. E. J. Harple, who has been
demand so fast Is the city growing.
( -east of the Mississippi river. A menace measures taken by the affected states diligently' : at work for the past two With the $200 000 appropriation, addi- Goodman and. am not responsibleany j
to ,
thecattle industry' the I ,
tick. To eradicate cow Una tne federal government are at i weeks securing leases. lie says that tional gas making: machinery will be I
this pest some strict and that the new prospects and more indicationsare
as possible only provided, and the gas mains extended "
'effort Jiai' been'and made by the federal thing left to make them more strict, turning up every day, all of which north to Buena Vista and south to Co- longer. A. L. GRIFFIN. l ;

i government also by .our state would mean the total paralysis of the substantiates his claim that there is I coanut Grove, taking in the suburbs
through the state board of health. It livestock industry. oil and gas in Pasco county. between.

I is my opinion, however that more extended Yours very truly. Professor Harple reports excellent ,
; r efforts should be made and to - --- - -- -- - --------
JOSEPH E. PORTER success in securing/ leases and says j
( this end I recommend that an appropriation i that the people as whole going' 1
State Health Officer, C. F. D. I a are / / I
e c 7 of fifteen thousand dollars be into the proposition enthusiastically] ;!
4 I Livestock Importation Regulations
,/ annually appropriated from the state and are giving leases freely. A
; board of health fund to carry on a Section 1. The importation bv railroad . _

yr, campaign for cow tick extermination. boat, in wagon, by expressor I CELERY STILL GOOD.; I
pLLLptti Give State Right of Appeal. other common carrier, on hoof or in

i :>' Under our present law the state l is I any other manner, of livestock disased Sanford.-The movement of celery] ,!,
'4t ,' deprived of the right of appeal in a or exposed 'to disease into the !,. is not ns heavy as it was anticipated i tit

t criminal case upon the constitutionality state of Florida is hereby prohibited, ; I would be by this time. Manatee I

i ftit .f of the law. Should a justice of and to determine the fact the following although shipping; is not very well

,' Ar- } the peace, a county judge or the circuit regulations/ shall be observedby }, starter The Sanford movement is i !i 'Hili
judge in a criminal case declare I all persons, firms, transportation also slighter than anticipated. It will I Ibp 1 i '

'W the tsatute under which the case i iI is companies corporations express companies ten days to two weeks before the '

if.* j I 1>eing tried to be unconstitutional, end other common carriers 'heavy movement will he on. Pricesj i
ft! "there is no means provided for the statj pferinarians and all other state have remained firm, because the sup
1++ rr .tate to have the ruling of the trial officials] authorized to inspect and isSue ply has not been in excess of the de-I',

,, 'court, passed upon by a higher court certificates of health for live- I mand. Parrish and Sarasota' !
T rim --an appellate court. That we may stock. and (' having a few cars RIGHT
t' r n \Biave the constitutionality of crimi- Sec. 2. Any person, firm or cot ,)Or- to ship, will all be busy very .soon.South M KING .i NI HT t HIGMT

tral statutes passed upon by the appel- rtion or any common carrier wishingto ; _
: late court when they are declared unconstitutional bring or transport into the tile ---- iii t
y by the lower courts, I ..f Florida ((1)) hulls, work oxen or I 1 : I I I

suggest that a measure should be female] cattle over six! month old, hot I :

j passed allowing the state the right inirnded for immediate slaughter] / or

,' v of appeal in each case.'DON'T (2)) horses, mules or asses or ( .1)) : '
4 -- twine, must before I -
.l : ; hoers or procure I
shipment u Kclath certificate in tripl'- .. r
rate from .. veterinary inspector )f "' :

). the bureau of animal industry of the -. "" -. I

tjrl ) No Need to Seek Afar. The EvidenceIs 'Imtrd: tntef- or from the state vets.-i- ;". -x.:.. : f--{ I ,

';; iJ. at Your Door. nurian or an assistant state veterinarian .. ,>'. t.l. : '. ... I ,
f I I" .. No need to leave Kissimmee to hunt of lha state of shipment or froa '" .' ,"'.''

." cup proof because vou have it here at licensed veterinarian whose competency .;. I
'SMborne.. The straightforward statement reliability and official character COACHES. SLEEPING CARS OBSERVATION CARS. DINING CARS
':r t of a Kissimmee resident like are certified to in writing/ by the Atlantic Limited

.that given below, bears an interest state health officer or authorities COMFORT Solid through steel elcc.trie .
t t VJ /for every man, woman or child here charged with the control of diseases lighted train observation and
'I, of domestic animals in the state from
.in Kissimmee. .
drawing-room. slr. coaches diiiing
jx-rs; j
,t il W. S. Edel blute. Dillingham Ave., which such animals are to be trans- cars serving all .......1.. j i II IIt.
oorted moved. The original of eaij
I ,'..Kissimmee, says: Several years ago or ..
i. 'I had a bad attack of lumbago, 'and itmade1 health certificate and of all other certificates CONVENIENCEvaJa"Uonvill. .
8:15 arrives Cincinnati
if be atached to every evening at : ;
1, ; me feel pretty miserable while any must r
and Louisville early next ;
;it ....ted. I couldn't even stoop to tie the waybill. A duplicate or counter- Columbus. Cleveland Indiunap9ii.evening few

i r ,.' my shoes, owing to the across part of said health certificate and of hours later conoectious other h
Thad all other certificates must be sent by ; prompt
a the' email of my back. beenreading and Ohio I.
Indiana Michigan points
?+ veterinarian of the j .
the shipper to the
": + accounts of those who had :m:
i 'j been benefited by Doan's Kidney Pills state board of health of Florida at Three Other Fine Traina ,

so'I, decided to see what they them Jacksonville, Florida, in ample timeto DIXIE LIMITED): -Ka.te.t and finest r ,
,. i.,< do in my c.... I began taking reach him not less than two ((2)) to Chicago and St. Louis.

J and/ was soon benefited. The pain days before the arrival of said animals DIXIE FLYER-Year round solid

''leftmy.back and 1 I< felt better in every at the ponit of destination in through train for Chicago and interme i
the state of Florida. A third counter- iite nointvMONTGOMERY
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"' ,,(, jtice.SOc at all dealers. Don't sim- : part of triplicate of said health cer- ROUTE EXPRESSj j :.: !
'tie;;;'' ,'plyr'ask'ford' a kidney remedy get tificate and of all other certificatesmust Through sleeper and dining car servic: iii.clllrirliaa': ., rur
',' F ?Doan'e. Kidney, Pills-the same that be sent in like manner and' at for St. Louis, daily, all the ;year. : ::a:! !!!: ?

. "*: Edel-blnte had. FosterMilburnProps. the same time to the state veterinarian CWn.t ml., I. ONE L. N. l. I
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.1 7We crop is somewhat nhort this*, work oxen or female cattle Gyro six - ---
"I the farmer*ate"bu.y' these daft And month old; not intended for Immediate IeaM.vay -l

'j;:+ red,r|tiwi' wcpres trajn...iake*' some tune,to A slaughter, all, it(such shipments real.Dl.t.t mid. t ..1"fie.,.. [h&N" I '

<" the beans,'peppers, tomatoes and most also be acocmpanied by a tuberculin CJit.r.I, It"'' A(.... A. W. fRITOT, D. P. A., 138 ,West Bay.Street i, Jacksonville;;'f a. .
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RUCKSEASOii}" i9'c . FLORiDA:, !'VEGETABLEa IN.>(. Y. "T }('lTOJis'SELf.IxGWEtL.-' +\
% ;i LONQERr.THAN USUAL]I _,- '....'If1I.
FOR; 1097CARS .}'New ,York,-Florida vegetables are J'acbonTiUeTbe shipments of tomatoes .
Fort,<:-Vegetable shipment still -comlnea rule. in Terr poor are. still-very smalL ;Many'',
are -moviDequlta* freely from the shape. ;Prices continue steady for the points report qnlto. percentage >of ,
mainland and island trucking centers. average offerings but fine stock of
any spotted tomatoes In all arrivals. 'ft.
k Last, week a solid car. of tomatoes, kind brings a premium. '
stock will undoubtedly be of better "
EVERGLADES RAILROAD RECORD eggplants and peppers was brought Ordinary lettuce was bringing from quality very soon when the fruit trains'
in by steamer and consigned to north- ity. Romaine lettuce brought. $ij>0 to the new Tines will be picked. .There 'ri.
ern markets. Weather conditions .
$2: crate.
five six buyers for ar'that
Good are or every
West Palm 'Beach.-The contraCt-=- I have improved' and the trucking season beans were wanted up to 95 U loaded. just as soon, as It... ,i;;
II .probably will be the longest on for green stock\;: but the bulk of the
for construction! of the Palm Beach & I ready and in some case tho car aN
SHIPMENTOVER record as heavy shipments will continue ,offerings sold down to $2. Wax beans '
Everglades railroad from West Palm sold ahead. It will be well toward the .
during March, April and May. made as high as $&.50 when ia good a
Beach to Lake Okeechobee and Lake end of this month before the movement '

Hickpochee was let to the Everglades FROM PORTO RICO. condition. will be of any sire.. Prices are, tl '

annual Construction meeting!company of the during stockholders the first :I[Column ForwardFRESH j 1MOO CARS ALREADY Jacksonville.-Again advices from to Peas$5 and ranged eggplants all the were way selling from well$2 the good supply.and the demand is greater than. ,

: New York show a pretty .good dose of at $1.60 to $3.
and directors of the HAVE
new railroad held LEFT STATE THIS SEA- and I
in the oranges grapefruit was received The price of peppers varied according .I
company's in the Mc-
SON.-DEMAND FOR ORANGES' from Porto Rico this week. The a to quality but the bulk of the
Ginley building.
REPORTS OF PROGRESS rivals were: from "
offerings sold $2 to $3.
The price mentioned in the contract IMPROVES. __________ (
FROM I Grapefruit 9,200 boxes There was a wide difference in the'' :
for the construction of the new railroad THE ADVANCING STATE Oranges -___________7,600 boxes quality of the tomatoes offered. Good If YOU Are ,

t l, for the was 975000. The contract calls OF FLORIDA. : completion of.the road ,
IT March 1, 1916, at which time, it is expected by- Clearwater-A Oar moved last week ________ 1,097 fruit With arriving such a from quantity of grape island to $3.60 but there was a world of
,I "jitney bus" line has only one stock that sold from 75c to $1, according -
by the officials that the Cars moved week before last990 .
1., road will be in new been started here similar to those now Total and with the strawberry movement to quality and some of it
The to last
' board of directors operation. entire so popular in the larger cities. It wasa Saturday18,500 daily getting larger the prospects for was so poor that it was not wantedat THINKING OF BUILDING A
stockholder was present and success from the start.Miami.Thoodore Jacksonville.-Citrus fruit shipments Florida grapefruit are. certainly not any price.
every was either .
, or represented by at present this are becoming heavier and 1,097 very bright. Florida cabbage in crates ranged HOUSE OF ANY KIND. (LET \
proxy A. Ackerman of from $2 to $2.25 and in baskets from
cars moved last week which was over ORANGE"MOVEMENT.
meeting.An Kansas City, plans to sell out his 100 cars more than the week previous. $1.25: to $1.50. ME FIGURES WITH YOU.I oks
important announcement given large real estate holdings and devote Since the beginning of the I Tho growers who have kept their The range on Florida celery was
-j out from the offices of the P. M. & his whole time to his property in the season of oranges ntil now will get very good from $2 to $3, according to the size ,
15 March
K. railroad is September to 1, 4,646 cars
that E. B. Lewis, of Snapper creek section where a great grapefruit and 13,904 of prices for them. Sales were made at crate and the quality of t stock.. ,AM PREPARED TO PUB- I
cars j
Chicago, successor to Mason Lewis & oranges; .
building activty Is now noted. prices eqalling $1.05 on the tree this i
have been
Company, after a conference with the . shipped. I' week. At some places growers sold A Sluggish Liver Needs Attention. | NISH PLANS AND ESTIMATES
directors and stock holders, agreed to Starke.The board of trade has Growers and shippers throughout. around 75c the i
tree of
'' on a couple
underwrite the entire issue of the been instrumental in securing a the state are much elated over the weeks The demand for Let your Liver get torpid and you ; AT BOCK BOTTOM i
- bonds for the new railroad, amount- branch of the Southern Business college moderate but steady advance in the ago.started in good about that time are in for a spell of misery. Every-1 PRICES.
ing to a million and a half dollars. for this city. prices on oranges and it is believed and oranges" body gets an attack npw and th. .. i 1 ;
-* James A. Moore general . that if shippers will permit shipments; : speculators got busy and beganmakin Thousands of people keep their Livers 1 i
managerof trades.
the railroad said that in view'ofthe lIastin .-The sale of the Up- to go forward moderately that the cars of Although about 125' active and healthy by using Dr.
condition of finances in the UnitedStates church Lumber company equipmentto balance of the orange crop will be I each oranges have left the state King's New Life Pills. Fine for the
and the tightness of the the S, & A. Lumber company means marketed at a satisfactory figure. The kets day during the week the mar Stomach, too. Stop the Dizziness, '' W.H.ARNOLDContractor
and it looks if
the lumber demand is strong in almost section are holding up as Constipation, Biliousness and Indiges- 1'1
money situation he felt the under- opening up a large amp every the price will and i
writing of this bond issue was some near here. The plant of the company especially for fruit running from in the future.stay up improv tion. Clear the blood: Only 25c at ,,

thing .short of a miracle and the directors will have a capacity of 100,000 feeta medium to small sizes, and at the near- -. - -- your Druggist. __ jMarianna j and Bnlldec.KISSIMMEE. I
day. present time the supply of smaller I
were elated over their success . TRUCKERS BUSY AT DANIA.
in financing the road which has not sized fruits is about equal to the de Dania.-Truckers are busy shipping -This town is to have two FLA '
been Brooksville.-There was organizedin mand. Shipments of early oranges new incorporations, the Marianna I I
a very easy matter. cabbage, beans and Irish -
The new railroad has officially accepted Brooksville this week what will be will move for a few weeks longer and the quality peppers has improved potatoes Millwork Co., and the Marianna Re-1 124 Siimoer St. ....... SM. 42r
the site presented to them by knwon as the Burbank Farm Products when the Valencias will start. Thereis greatly within the week. Hardee frigerator Co. Mottoes of incorporation \
the citizens of West Palm Beach for company, the object of which will be about a normal crop. ( McFarland shipped" a car of tomatoes are now being published. '
their to conduct a nursery that will embrace The grapefruit situation is unchanged this
terminals in this city. This week to western markets. J. D. -
site was purchased subscriptions nearly all the wonderful improved va- as there is little demand. Doan has five of Irish ..,.t t
by public acres potatoesnow
rieties'vof vegetable, plant and flower Orders coming in are calling for the vi: Y60 OHOOOOOHOOOO.OOOOOOOOO.O.'O.'OO..t I ';\;: ,'
fessional men from and the private business citizens and pro-of perfected by him in the last quarterof smaller sizes. There are very few ready.. to dig! :_ __ __ _. ___ '

West Palm Beach a century. markets that are asking for large The Quinine JUt Does Not Affect The !HefBrc
General If.Tallahass'e.A. fruit and\ the movement is. still drag' .n.e ofUfl tonic and laxative effect. I AXTIVK ,' I \ .:
that the announces P. Fant. industrial ging./( A number of growers no doubt BHOMO QUINlNHi. Ix-Utrth.ii orditiHiOuitiiiie 5 TOURIST
surveyors are now workingon agent of the Seaboard Air Line rail- will and rioe. not cause ntrrvnu.nrftfi n<
not to market .
the right of wa'y and that active attempt poor or ringing In hud Kenietnl the full name an
road, is having a large number of inferior grapefruit this season but look lor the signature of K. W. GKOVK. 2.V ''r. \1':
work railroad on will the be construction started of the new grape rootings set q.*it in the vicinityof they hone that bv careful culling and t tshipping - -- . ---- ::f; NORTH AND WEST"Dixie \ < ',
as quickly as Tallahassee, honfnir that they maybe I
possible.- -- successfully'grown ami prove-a successful can >find only a market\ for their stock fruit they, I| :: Flyer," _ "Dixie Limited-," ,
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crop there... .y. i I I eitht-r large or nirmll sizes, before !SEEDS :f. "Semioole Limited" d {.

ANOTHER BIG WEEK'SSHIPMENTSJF Green Cove Springs.Applicationhas the season week for closes. The size demand the "South Atlantic Limited""Montgomery ,, ,
pint larger
been made for l letters. incorporating grapefruithas
been better than for weeks :: Rout.
some !
the St. Johns. and Southwestern
We all the jeading varieties
BERRIESPlant and the fruit of nil carry
previous as sizes J
railroad to have one terminus in the i ;
| of Farm Field and Garden Seed that via.tlantie
in the ,
II i as good as ever grown state '
city of Green Cove and
Springs prob-
: have been tested and known to beadapted
will be
City-Strawberry receiptsfor : ably traverse the section between shippers probably able bycareful i
I to this soil and climate. We
. ., the past week show a decided increase there and Starke! continuing to Lake tire crop.distribution to market the en- cahv fill your order immediately for \ Coast Line i { '
last week in both
, Butler
over quantity or beyond. The route, hOW- I
new of varieties\ of
conditions I crop
are improving
"- and prices received. A total of ever, has not been definitely chosen. ,I I
and fruit is
carrying in much better
of berries C C F
72,990 quarts were shipped
Seed Beans Seed Potatoes, English Standard Railroad of the South
from the local platform, netting the Polm Beach.-A syndicate of weal- shape. Reports from eastern and 4
growers $13,016,88.: Prices for the thy eastern men has been formed to western markets are that fruit is Peas, Cucumber, Tomato,
week ranged from 14c to 28c, a erect a modern skyscraper, fire-proof showing little decay; in fact giving Pullman cars Jacksonville to Chicago, St Louis, Gadnaati, Louis. . < (

7', J average/ price of 18.65c being general paid. hotel here. Work in expected to begin .general satisfaction. Pepper Seed, Etc. riDe, Indianapolis, Cleveland, and intermediate points __--.-'_+_1 :***

for the week s receipts. not later than April. 'I I Seed Corn, Seed Oats, Seed Barley, and Observation I
machinery can.
to the
For the same week last but necessary begin operation r
year Middleburg.. -Three hundred dozen of a novelty mill here. Millet, Sorghum Seed, Etc:
39,760 quarts of berries were shipped, .. For Tickets and information call OB Atlantic Coat LUt Ticket
which netted the eggs, nearly four hundred bushels of I caw S
growers $8,349. The Rhodes Grass Seed Agent, or
total shipment of berries for this season sweet potatoes several hundred Tarpon Springs.-At a recent called \- ?

' 4 to date outnumber the shipments pounds of pork, sixty bags palm and meeting of the Tarpon Springs Natal Grass Seed A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., J. C. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.; ,"
board of trade
leaves the
magnolia were principle export arrangements were
of last
year by more than 70,000- from Middleburg this week. made whereby a carload of oranges Complete Stock of garden and field Jacksonville Fla. a Tampa, Fla. 'i 1

1,.: quarts. for the Strawberries and vegetables will soon will be sent to Newy York to be distributed seeds, poultry feed and supplies, incubators -

:,, week Shipment, and the by net days sum received past by begin. to move.MiamlMore. *. * I among.the. poor.,. of that city. Write ,for etc.our IprlneCatalop..'and .o.o.oooooo.o.o.........................,.. ....

r I d' are the as growers follows for: each day's shipment.. building is in prospect Quincy..-The sanitary drinking cup weekly price list on poultry feed etc. --- 'k

tor MIami this summer than ever factory at Quincy, which has shut Oldest established and largest seed .

Friday ___________Quarts 13,216 $ 2,378.88Saturday Price is residences the prediction and business of.architects.blocks Both be- down on account of the war, is aboutto house in Florida. .," .,.'...: ;<;. r, ', .').':"l:"..P'

,',1 ______._.17, 32 3,274.08 are resume operation. The factory now K. .... MARTIN SEED COMPANYNo.
'.' Monday __________16,600 8042.00 ing planned. .,. .,. has a capacity of about 35,000 cups a The of the worla< ;
day, but the owner intends to remodel 206 East Bay St.
Tuesday __________15,070; 2,787.95 Miami.-The board of trade has increased eyes
and it.
Wednesday uu 4,160 707.20 its membership to 500 and a
Thursday 7,712 1426.72 I yearly income of $12,500 is as- 9
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-- sured. I
Totals __________79,990 $13,616.83The * ALL FLORIDA SOIL NEEDS LIME. are on the man when *-, :(,

falling off of receipts for Wed Clermont.-An electric light plant W* rrlmm ear Hmtm very .._...<.. ?.. get loe pr _.t ftfrtrmer eat ..1every
for this city is now practically assur- _..*. Omr Itmme I* sit _..tle ..* WILL NOT RBL.BASB THM AMMONIA
nesday and Thursday was due to the ed and a franchise will be granted as wkleh !. Ik. ..**na.. ..MMtl<7 l. BMt fertiliser. W. _...,...,.... HIM fat J ''J
wet weather prevailing, preventing is A rt..It..l mmrm+.9m ..'7, ... _....t_ :?.. mmtimtmcttmm. Ask .. f.. m fr.. N
picking of the berried in good condition soon as the place M M incorporated..,. __.'., D. It tm+MT.: j

for shipment. Clearwater.-A. DeShong of Jack- BLOWERS LIME AND PHOSPHATE COMPANY,
The shipnwnts from Dover for the sonville has sold C. W. Hicks the it
week totaled 10,550 quarts, for which SAVESPAUSE 1 ro

147700.the growers received a net total of --- -. - .. I I : +


.-Strawberries:: have started 7 yr'
to Move freely from this section,

On Febrary 22, twenty-two bushels Okeechobee Farms for; a moment, young man,. ,'
went to northern markets and on _

.fourteen Tuesday bushels nine refrigerators, which were shipped besides I give a thought to self. The" ,. '

open.started The this berry week season the practically I problems that confront you now or
as big buyers
Will yield big of velvet beans kudzu spineless cactus f
. and shippers arrived and the deal is crops corn, cane cowpeas, rape peanuts,
now on and will continue to be lively besides raising Bermuda, Rhodes Para Natal and other for hay and pasture. With all will a few years hence. i'l

until the close of the season. these crops available, cattle, sheep and hogs can have green food the year round. { ,
The first shipmentr were rather i
green, but with bright weather the Look about you-the me* of affairs ia couatry, stata aatioa-yas,', I '' i !

quality of the fruit will be excellent. Thousands of Acres of Our Land at the North End of ia the world, are tho ... who started to save early. ia lifa. v ;
The first shipments sold at from $6 h;

to $lt50 per bushel, f. o. b. Starke. Lake Okeechobee Are Now for CultivationThese \
Ready They have the respect and coaadeace of tho coaaraaity.Them ,

FOR LIVER AND BOWELS lands do not need draining other than small ditches necessary on any farm. Make a tripto look oa the other the follows who ..... aD &ty: ,

Okeechobee on the new division of the Florida East Coast Railway without delay, and ace for saako--they soy have a food daso for a while bat what .... tikjrporsoasliry + ,1 i

Cure Sick Headache. Constipation, yourself just what these lands are. Note that Okeechobee is now only a trifle over twelve hours' reflect \i-v .

Biliousness, Soar Stomach, Bad' journey from Jacksonville
Breath Candy Cathartic '
No odds how- bad your liver, stom- A deflar or .. deposited' ia this baak wifl bo tko t\,.

ach or boweU; how much your headaches Investigate This Wonderful Country While Yon nucleus of aa ........, faidepoadeat caroor. I

how miserable 'ou are from Make your beriaaiaf KOW--today. Toar $' s

constlpationIndigestion and sluggish bowels-you, always biliousness get Can Have a Choice of Locations for Your Farm I baak book wBD pan the way. a V'I'I 1iStateBankJ4 1 I 'n"?ra rr

relief with Cascareta. They Immediately ,
cleanse and regulate the stom- You will find it unexcelled for general farming, livestock and poultry raising and for growing all

ach, remove: the sour, fermenting food kinds of vegetables common to Florida it.s well as the finest citrus fruit. This town and country ,

and foul gases; take the excess bile will grow at an amazing rate during. I the next few years. We also have excellent land and town }

from the liver and carry off the con- lots at ChuluoU and Kenansvflle..-the former a fine lake section in Seminole County suited to
waste matter and poison
from stipated the intestines and bowels. A fruit growing, trucking and general farming and the latter a fertile pine land country in Osceola I 4

" 10-cent box from your druggist will)) County especially adapted to stock raising, general farming and fruit growing. Write today for of Kissimmee ,.

keep your liver and ; full particulars to I /<*.<
stomach sweet'and head clear for I $

months. They work while you sleep. 1 Capital stockResources -----------------------------__$I00.M O..; w"'l ,

J. E. INGRAHAM VicePresidentLand ovor' ___ _____ "
PALMETTO VEGETABLE. ---- ? --- ------------ :, '"o0d, i tY

..' SHIPMENTSPalmetto I. I Officon aad DirectorC *..
.; .-Vegetables, am moving and Industrial Department Florida East Coast Railway i
la rarlotaiand ,despite favorable
6. weather condition for the past two Room 214 Gtj Bwkfinf.ST.. AUGUSTINE_ FLORIDA M. KATZ. 2ad Vice Prert. .-,'." i ;l "
months the movement, is gradually ". .".,
,' 1Ineseaaingr From January 11 ''to : ..
: ROMA THOMAS c..1.k iI' "
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i Arcadia -Acadia. ; is a big
.frd aI' tt .*Ha* l4ry tfMJMrcM-e*, -1(I' nU. tOj/ ... Boil. No. I... (M* AtianGThat hi.. wife tried to, moving oat of this state, this otI braUon of the opening of the East '

/. [,.. .!..!!. Harvey ealary.. emulate toe example of KinK Henry] week than has rolled eat in some West.Coast railroad from Braden For .
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.f/ Henry P.iBclknaiti salarytell. Eighth, who bad nor* wlvei than Car i iter time. GainesvilleMlcanojry and town to Arcadia. The r .

..... No. 4 ... ..... had eats, (. alleged In a'divorce!1 points Just below are. all shipping- laid for fifty-two miles, and the road 5 5I

r w ., > It Mia. Belt.Llflran' NO. Ids T .,..eaterytall ".0' petition by S. B. Alexander filed here. Owing. to the heavy. shipments. out of will be completed in thirty day*. It ,/
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F .....", ,,,... Fla.. Mareli t. IfllhThe 0Mt.... Ulllan Id., ..glarytck. Alexander, thirty year old, assert I I Texas to nearly all the markets that wa necessary to build extensive BEAMS
I o board of labile met Boh. No. 1. S. & D.. that, his wife had a Urine husband,Florida ships to, the price dropped bridge work In the eonatmction of this 0" .
i tat roa-niar .....on. thr bolnjr resent .... CHANNELS ,
early road. Braden river I
'c whenshwedded this week. In fart there wa One over 8,000
.:w.p. Batt ehalrmaan Walter Bronaonaad U. MIN.. 1R..aa..a.looh.. I him, one C. C. Boyd:;
k d' J a BtraUon. Ale 0. JB. Towall, < 10 .J..J lt.00 a chariot racer In a circa. 'a 1 decline In price in several markets feet long and one over Peace river .is..- ANGLES AMDALJL. t1'I j"
. lit Jre.r.a Meek.r. (alary lie says) Mrs. Alexander had four last Saturday. Reports from Beau- 2,000 feet. SHAPES .
MlnutM ot tne. lat .....Uft. w.r. t.,. Ben. Nn. II .._ 4'.00 husband fort indicate that lettuce will start "
.... before she married him; twobelnA'
v. wad and .ppr. lot Mrs. Iloaa ", SHAPE. '
q 1 a. L. Lu'p'.r. county' treaevrer, re- teh, Bch.' .k..ri. dead one divorced ahd' the from there tvext week.

j 'l ported To: the i1 ClI.! Board of Publlo 101 Jr..N:5'or'C: Maine.--sat 10.00 fourth still legally married to Her. |I Your Child's. Couch i I. a Call forjHelpl, fourteen Lawtey.-Th.crates of Ant strawberries shipment was of BOILER PLATES .*. ?:1,;
t' laftructlon In and for O.oola County: tch 8ch No. II ____ 1000 Mr. Alexander, an unusually pretty TANK STEEL {
n. and if the cold
lent out 24 '
N I herawlth tender my r.port a* trcaavrrr 104 C. N. r-arnen, salary trh.B woman of twenty-threo, denies that Don't put off treating your Child' February \; '
t,, 'l, of Oaceol county for tha month <-h. No. II __n_.______ ".00 C.:C. Boyd was alive when she wooded Cough. It not only saps their strength weather will letlll'the grower claim GALVAN1ZHDOOPPEU ., ;iT
ef February, A. D,. l.n.I ,.. foe. tch. the
111 M .L iura aal but often lead to serious all. season will be a profitable one. ,
l ,I t 41....... *rb_l Pub Hrh No. II .. __ _ 6000 her present husband, and exhibits a more AND :'
1 t. .. To hal from Inmt rport. M.____1 114.II 101 Mid Kthel. Mills-- aalarytrh -- letter to show that Boyd was killedin ments.. Wh" risk You don't have The fruit i. in fine shape.! Shipmentsso ZINC SHEETS n nr
1 I To amt 1'."" ,,'4 from colored Hrh", No II -. -. __ 1000 I a chariot race in Ringling Brothers to. Dr. King's New Discovery is justthe I far have been a little green but ;
:p, hlirh school 111.11 107 Win Moaali Whldden. aaltrti all that Is needed is bright weather
pk To amt r.celve---------------. Poh No 14)) __ .. 6000 show at Waycroaa, June 6, 1912. She remery your Child .needs. It is I W. .
,f' fltato Hank ._ _. __ n. 1.000.00' los :TMInn .Kli-rtn I'onllttJa u daltor --. I admit. two other marriage but domes made with soothing, healing and anti- ,I to ripen the fruit. This week the TRUSS noDS t'
To amt r..rcl. from compo Int. "Hrh, No. K __ _ u tO.00 there was a fourth. septic balsams Will quickly chock i crop looks very promising for a (good I 10
\ ,ran fund _ ._ 12660 109 :MI. l.llllnn I Inle! ....I. trh 1 the fold and soothe Ch'ld's aeacon. STAY BOL.TSSTRUCTURAL 1.if
rec4. from rol- ---- .
A,I" To amt tai "' h.l'fo.1I' _ __ _ __ (0 00 I your
'1 t...... h _'-_ Pl084 110 Vina Iris Oliver fmlarx IF YOUR CHILI IS CROSS, 'Cough away. No odds how bad the .... ''
Of 'I'D'lImL rpNI.l from tax colpolln ( BO 00 how I ,
Irh Bth No 1ft. Cough or long standing, Dr.Kings
y If'. ;j llll, 114 00 _ _ _ 14 00 JIJ Mlna ('nra4 Main. ...1. FEVERISH, CONSTIPATEDLook New will it. limN WORK ,.I, {
To nmt reed from 4..x rwlpollH .-- Discovery stop
VA Irh Hth No. Ifl. H. S" IINn OK ALL, KINDS
\ 114 IJ4SOO _ __. S4ROO 1 _ 1000 It's guaranteed. Just get a bottle S.II.BUfOCKREAL
112 (' N ('..rn..n. sal, 'taoh Mother! If tongue In coated from your Druggist and try it. -
b c ::f1i; 17,,OMI 47 .
h Hrh No 16. H H I J' ALL HARD WOODS
..; ... 11, p-1 war. su par ltmllalanee \ -_ I.*K1 4KTl N".I _ __ _ h 10 OflIS cleanse little bowels with "Call-
-- J Mm. l.nilrn 1...... sal tfb WILL BUILD AIRSHIP.
i',, _. . - --___ ____ __ _ ,,itt 0* Nth Nn 1 1ft. B B' I'l No t 1000 fornia Syrup of Figs. ESTATE

'; ., .. J 14 Ml'..n Kthil: Mlllfl, ml. tchHth Bradcntown-The Palmetto Novelty LAUNCHES
Y S.h-Srbnol f>l rlr< 1" 1.
) _ No. 1 111.1'1' H 1) No I 10 Ofl DORIKS AND'
l' T h.1 l from last rvport II BIO 59 Mothers can rest after giving Works company, which supplies build-
,' V "J h To .mt recd from tax col 116 Minn Minnie Whlddrn ""nl easy
: w tn.. __ _. 1477 trh Mill No II!. H H ,IINo "California Syrup of Figs," because in ing contractors in Bradentown with INSURANCE'Examination SKIFF'SIJU1LT a
: -- - u
; I 10 ')') much of the finest mouldings and finishing -
few hours all the waste
a clogged-up TO
.; 7 118 Ml.. "Klivla' Ixiollttle" nnj. ,
+ II.SB6.It woodwork for business houses
Nn ( R fI ; sour bile and fermenting food gentl'! of Titles a
\ .f pd war nM. per lltHalanen __ -u _ 6669V trh Hrh 1(1 ORDURUOILKKS
r jF ---. ) Nn I __ 10 00 moves out of the bowels and you have and residences, is figuring on a con-

h _. __ .__.Oo.I. oe 87 117 Minn I II linn Imlr. milnrytrh a well playful child agin. tract for construction of an airship AND
Hill No. 16. B' B I ). 1
in the Palmetto
,1 (b-HrlKMil tlUtrtrt ".. ... No 1 10.00 Sick children needn't be coaxed to'' factory is expected TANKS BUILT TO
"To bal from Innt rrport ___u. !61 4KTo 11 Minn Iris Oliver, salary: take this harmless "fruit laxative." I that work on the new aircraft, a OIlDKIlI
amt rrril from tax roltaxra .- trh. Kcli No IH B' B l I' hydroaeroplane will begin within the
... _. __ u. _ __... HOT N. 1 Ifl 00 Millions of mothers keep It handy he- next few and that it will be Correspondence Solicited. > \ FOR ALL
days com-
UP) MKR! oln ('emplrll. HHlnrytrh cause they know its action on the -
I 1(14( 65 Brh Nil 1 ID 40 (10 stomach fiver and bowels is pleted within a month. I'IIHIOSK8rOMI'KTENT
r Yly p 'n th Hrh' No 11, K H I.1 sure Rheumatism, Y,..eldn Quickly to Sloan's 1, r I
__ 144 Sf.Wnfc.nrkonl fi :
Nn 3 f 00 Ask your druggist for a 50-cent hot LEWIS O'BRYAN FOR BOAt WORK :1
121 1,1. Innliin,, aabuy i "li. h You ran't prevent an attack of
tip of "California of
II.lrl.t Klo HTf Syrup Figs;
1011'1. Nn 20 4K 00( Rheumatism from but AT rP
hill from last! 213 51r on, you \j
r $
report which contains directions for babies .
122 "linrl .l liluiN/jn,, enl till"i .
. it almost
To amt rfrd frrtrn In .1-!.1I. ran stop immediately / .
l ...... 63 r.3t 122C! li S Nn fnnni 2".nln, .f .K. niilfitxtin ITi on children of all ages and for (grown- Sluan'n I iniment gently applied to the ATTORNEY AT LAWSPECIALIZING

,t l '''i1 1 207 ,Hh N. 20 4'. '"'"' ups More joint or muscle penetrate1 in a l.r _
124 M 1: \\'11' ttlil. Kill ti'li T - few to i : :: //11",1"", "
minutes the inflamed
r r : yly pd. wnr HM Tier 11.1 :tlKnbarknol ""r spot that : S
H. li No 20 2011" _
11.7, 4n> :nr I 044. 7ni II .
.1. Hnlnnr I 20014 125 .I I M I .pniiii. Hilnrti \ i nor 111 ',., taiiM'H' the pain. It soothes the hot., I .
"ti Hrh N" 2(1 1r. nil' !. swollen and in '
1 Ifo7 \\ IIh.I.. IIIHIIII, I 'n. "'"I'| tender feeling a verychart IN 1
: i ". Uh.I..1 No.4. 12(1 I I.udlr' ; M !HIM",nt niilarvti ,S,,'h 1'.. I I1C 27,0' time brings a relief that is almost I
S To lull from Inn! n'port It.917 ror I ell Hi h No 20, SO 00 I ;K I In.III.)) I '".1".11 wiMiilS FLORIDA .
To amt rrrd froivi I till, col 127 T .J 1 Itllo" nnliir\ I.hPrh ,,, h No 111\. S s I' No I 101111 unbelievable. until you experienceit .
,1 lax !P i 7.. Nn 21. 4d on12U !11,9 I I Jo' I I':; I IandI. \liilmr !o''h), Jet; a bottle of Sloan's Liniment ABSTRACTAND I "
J T .I 1.1111. mil till. !Si d h N.I 2K, H4 !I' N. 4 4 61,,, fl4r 25c of any Druggist and have it in ------ 1
1Itnlnnri. ,*K 16Yly N. 21 H H I' No ((1 Fi (H12D 1711 4.. i mil' i INI rub.. ii tin, the house Cures Old Sorsi, Other Rsmedles Won't Cure. i
, , -against Colds, Sore and
llttt 51.'litn mil I'h
rid *ar tin |per ''HI I Si )Ii, N! 2S. S S I II Nil 4 144
S Hi h No 2li: 26110( 171 ,Snit" Munk) I In14u I inn 1 OIMI no Swollen Joints, Lumbago Sciatica and: The worst cm.emt no matter of how long .tandJa& ,4
S V, _, IIflnharbool ."7P 8ft lln \\rti M liluiNitn'. 1 172 1"-In' I, llnnU'1 Int No 171 like ailments Your money back if Mrc cured I by Ihr. wottdrtful old reliable DKIN ."
1 Ich Hrh No 20 in 00 fi rter'n AntiHeptlc Irslng) Oil It relieve ?
I rr
15 / f DI.lreNo. B 131 Ml.... II"".. MiKinrli.. sal! 171: ou'MlHH llPNl, 1'I II.VI.. Hill not satisfied, but it does give aim st TITLE WORK Pain and IIr.'. at the > -ue lime. 25e:. 5OC, tljOO f I
t, To but from l In.l( rfiort ITo 4 61 1..11, Hrh Nu 111 40 00) instant relief I
9 Irh I /Sh NII 1 IB 4" 111"
amte4 from Ins lotWa1anr -_ 132 !1. .> 1'nun'4 anlitt\,. till. 174 AllHB I 1':11.: .HUM. N.WHOIMC --- --- _ _ ____ !il
\ lama 511 $<'h Nn 40 10 00 Kill) I. Ii. Si Ii. Nil I I'I! 4n mi17K
+ +O
1 181 1. \ 'inm", milnrtill I : /? MlKR I I';)lln) I I..iot. NtwNiiiiM'pill .OOOO q O qO V 4 C- -C > 4>4 0 <>4 0-<><><>4 >4 0CMO COOOOCoo. ;
IRnb.nrkfHil 7 fl3 H< h Nn 40 M M 11 No 2 foil. '
q I.I Ii Si'h, No m!'. N SI ;
r Itlntrlft TV.' 41To 1 114 Minn. KilIII 'Ilnllr.5, .V \ I I. nHi ,, I I'. No 4 r. no Friend Tourists! i
'h Nn 1 FiO 'on' ,, ,
bat from Innt report ITo 1606 I 1741I! II! HiitiUliin. )plot SEED
136 1 Ie\VIII' HIIIWII. errllr'5Nrh I .
] II ,
amt r.-( rt frnm tax ooltaxan .. \pin. tiit 'HI ""r. 644110 I
S tPy 13 ft4 No 1 2Ti no 1 177 .1 1 I I' Hawthorn I ,*. sup. JW independent. Own yeur
16 1 130 Mrs M K Hi nfR. r. tit !Si.h r\" 1 11,, H 4 H N.I 1 2tldTin home when" you can do no practically -
Hi'll Nil 1 7 00
pd war ai per Hit _ 16110I FOR SPRING PLANTINGFull
OOh 1ST HIs.' :r"I. .'n RI lioul N. ,linntil, nnilltiu, mifTlilitil funds 111 the name as paying rent.
tf Halanee 1. "leb" phnn" 2611 tin 11.'.Ill iif Ihi "..M ml milt.illnltlitn See if something in thin list
I 18 72founty .
- q- 116 MI... Ann. 11" nn. 1'n15nn. ill I ., /Mill In 'xt. nil, tin tit til of tin fillII .I.I. .
} + ,H '.. I.UPFNR. ea 1')1're), ,."""\,,.. IIIh 611.. 'Ill' .M I III"' NI'11/1/11N I II H f 111)lllW H. |1., 41V llll.(1 *' appeals to you.
.l 'r, Trpnaurer 18f1 I' F: Powell. .lrnl.4410 51)11fr.luht till. M>.| '''''',,1 -VaMIKI. WHfl Illlllll) ll\ A live-roes plastered .*.tt..... line of new crop seeds of all kinds.
a 1317 1 sold 5,.hoolH Hi..lloolH' Non 7. 12. 13. 19 1 I iYj.*>eJ lorBatlos, deep well* ..voodmo
we Warranta.1'> .....mln.In." the and' sum nopi"l|nf| "(" 14 In.097 open 99 140 A.I.n HnlhM,. ",1 2K. 10. to iltilit) .month* Mini NOB IN .ela .......... ..d good. street.Nrell We can supply your wants. Write for new catalogue.
v 1 ,1 .....Ion ... follows: Noa KID. 911, 962 and r.I.1 47415 21. IB. 4il to N.'I., i ti inmitliM' easb .n..t .01 1112 pee
V l<4. IIK. 966 P1I7. 16*. 969 9741 071 S7I 14'' II I N Hlnnnd' Mfg rrs.drek \\ S MIIHH. till, *'I K 'linil, .Xliiuxn SnmoiiHnplllllllll .*.* off prl. olf>al. F..tire p.rebaae -
fur nfl'h' 3300 I 'llt'fllll till .Illllltll, ntlll ll\" ,IHIHltIII price only' "I.: OO. KILGORE SEED COMPANY
s 17V *7B. 976 177. 97S 979 90 HIM, .
'. A .h-...._ k...., | foot lot, .
i7l. Ill. 1X4, 986 I Ml. >K7, 811 9RP. 990 142 l nhu'" 111 liar' NaUO ".up1dlrM I 910 I 26! Hill fIXh'l! II Hl< MU rl l\ fill I'
1 11r'I47 drd41'' ? ..w".I.. t II". "r,,10".1 hlKh n, ll.mlItllUllltlL. flonlMK well. 9 NH II flAO cask, 91ft
III. 9J. IRK 0117 BAR 1001 11X12 n'1\ : ,, / ...... PLANT CITY FLORIDA.
.N tv IIoh) The .111",1",1"1) ) WIIH 'IIPttllltlll per ,
1001 1004 100R, 1 I. I. 4. 1 II. .111. 1H. 17II. .
L 11 plan. )" Nntn, 4.h! Nn I 6213 10 Kl\l. ." V'''))11. fill tlfiiii'Mint "' A fli ..-,..... ....e $t.irM>| iMlll w
10. II 14 16 28. 17. 18. 24. SO .
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144 11".1..II "H): I I" ''If ll.Supplba'Sh i 'ii h 'ilepoHlti.lMi easier p.yrr.t.A
II. II 19. 40, 41. 41 41 44 46. 4ft 47
:Nu 1 116 1 It I Jo: I PXIIIIH ruuoly, 1 Krli. ullln.1 1eroes snde'a ....... hot
41 14 60 61 64 ,
66 RH Ml All, HI 1 412
A, 5L: 6. 11. 7. ft, I. 11, It: 12: 1*, .14 fllllt, 145 51Isa \.1. 51 I I L. nnll4.1NI ,\ il.,i ii on,, HI t 11 01 app i' and, 1 In fot i. 11, .nil cold w.l.r, one of C..* bent !. ',,5
.I l I' h /44. 1 h Nn: t. 4" uu limit and t..I..I i ii t.potl .ti IIIM rb. city. A Ilk shoot It.
II. 1117. 940. 0119 62.
1000 911. Ill .
I', '416 1 TIO, *lnilln I 140 .1 I I' 1I."lh.. ..rue MII lI |" >utlHH of tl... lnl\ H loin, k wore and r'h) !N, h N.. 1:1: !N H! DNa till. ,threat "" "I.." .lit :M:, lollil two or Ore I..... A 4 l4r4rlil rd bar -
I..".." 446 apprnto.1 KnrriiiitfiHR I 0011011,5 1'1"I ,. ,lie.MlI. \lllllllllK, tllllt till ,plop4., \ rel.. r .M
i 'T f.l: sal HUpt. I U 00 14. LH'" V Ildalholn. . IIHI ll I ll\ rrs I.., .." HI llool No 211. \\ IHtKfHHltnnifi 'I'*. o Uoivrillniit' hours !. good
I 66 (. W.I1; M H I1 1. -: 4 OflA llI I Mel I'h "N. I h N. 13.1 M HI / '. linil ii lnultM"M.t nvnlnnt tt loon lorn, r hfiKp.KlKbt'r .
... Walter llronnrtn. M. H I' I OOtt I" N,.. 3 4604IIN Illlll,I )III) It til III'tlllll H till.' to KM 1.1 plop" .r"re>. I..., MMlMproved, What About Your Insurance?
TOTl J 8. Rtrattnn.' M H 1' 1 1B 00 .Y I' 110o Ihn)440. odor itt\ old,, I niiittmiKi" 11 ..,,,1,1 hnlx, tr I.. rln.e lo railroad 52A: per imer*.
r 1 fl L. Liupfir. rom tr.Aa. K4 ("itKfl I'h "Nrh' N. 1 13. N !S IINO old' .' \\ C 'KHHH 'and I' K *lv ......... and forty acres .
::: : r" . ,
I n ( Karl I 261111 \ ?,\\ lti\i HI .iRTnte tin InaII' 11 Cued, reel ....* lead at 99 'U'.ro.JUj.: nlt.:. Boh 149 5)Iss 1." ,un, ","' ''''It"... tiiiiki, HI 11 li.tin.nt with holilot of loon .... ....-........ t...... fretearn '
R, 41 No.1. i moa. *__ _____ Ofltooo ..1 ,IVh He). N.. 13. KH ..s.Irpr.v.d. Ne matter what you nay want in tile way of Insurance, t tea
n $041.7'Ilc .
C W Deputy Janitor II Nn; 2 5 onUO liontil, orilinil uatritnt No2'4 I... far ....t.
Bch No II ..._ __ .'bar's) I' 11..1\,1'\ sal In he IHHIKII 1o iliipllrntp wiirriint :NoX2 ; apply it I make a specialty of Indemnity and Fidelity Bonds, Lift),
.u 4rh foI..h. No 22 4" "nIn "h"'h" ) vi nil Ion! .
Tt It M. Rvana! .",. teachHch. Af/5. SUMMERS i
J No. 1 116.00 n F 1In'I. enhu y Irhflrh. Th,'r* litlnic no further hunlneHH thi Fire, Accident, Health and Tourist Insurance
TS MI. Almenlalettner.-.-al--. No 2A _ _ ftl IInIII hoard adjourned until Its next reituInr teal Pea.eld Blw sae block weal ?
No 1 .. 10.00 1111. llseajo LON .011. .....I.UJ meetlnK .t Clye A".... (C.,...>. the Tai CowtaHu and prompt attention, no matter Law '
1Mt.JOt\.. Mara Ledbetter---,-sal: ri..hF Bch, No. !1 -- 41.00 Attest, C: K! YOWELLSuperintendent. ...... .....t .f ....rt...a* 1..... V
i ..ton. Bch. No. 1 ____. TI.OO Howell. ;, i- ;; : lag -..... J large or how email} an .....t yon wUh.
No. !6. R. S. O. No.
TT ..P. tL .. Webb sal. + W C BABH.
+ 10,00V .- 11.00 Chairman. ..>4> 4)4 4> 4>4>> >*,>>4>>e. > > e . 4>. . :
I' Tia': Co 0.,1 l clarV""iar tfy U4 Mi.. Is. ...j.Lawson: sal.tch .
teh., Rch. No 1 .. 78.00 I Sch. No. 16. 8 B.L. CARSON FARMERGENERAL .
tl ,,MUa Alblna Bmlth.. aafary. I No. 4 _________._u__ 11.00 ,
No. ._ ... 6600 151 lItr., Nellie Weth.rbce.
tfh. 8eh. 1 .. "fol
1MI... Jmma!: Futeh saL Sall. Il'h. R..h. N. U _ __ 40.00

tel). Ich. No. t _.___.___ IROO 151 lit,.. NelliePcthrrhee. I u
at MI.. r..ncLan..ton.. sat (oh' 1'I"h.' No. 85 HH Tfcone 230-3. DakinSt

aaL 8eh. No I ______ 1600f 1) 5fn. 8 _-_- _ _. 6 011 I
1 ,1 MI.. tchl a Lawler' salary 157 Mlse 1.lh.rln flh.II.n.IU I The Favorite Store of Kiftimmee ]J. d

-1 t4 1 II WI teh.,. CL(1 80h.. WOO' 't _.. _._ ____. 11100 1\1{ \ I.h\ Sob IlNI''r): 49 !Hr11No 40110 r "'ft,1

x .eh. tl0h. No. 1 ___ 6 Ofl 16 !S R I Nn 1 111 21
U M 1.. Thomas,, salary 168 I.. R K..olII'I'A'RI". - ;;J
' __ 6500l r0. Sop Sc11 N. 16. !SS
trh. No 1 .
$i 1Miss Harriett Wllcoi. ;, -aalIch. I n N.. I rot 22 1
11500 1410 Mrs ()1 H 14rrbUnn5
S Boh No.1 ':
II Mlaa Myrtle nnhbltt, aaltrh. n 1. rnpIs) !S.h :Nn.;" h. foI !S FURNITUREWE ? '

4. ; ., Bch Nn 1IT _ 96 00 N. 3 23 a
r ; ,,V Mlaa I..ola Thomaiinn. ..1. HI Ins A.I"' 1'h,1 ,,,1)). frnn5pupll5 '
No 1 _ 65 00 !Srh N. 2M. S !S I YELLOW PINE LUMBER CO.
V sy II Jf.l'I Cecrlla Ovpmtrect.aal. I I' :N..-.; 4 ,'0H2
Il V' ,..h. Bch No 1 ___ 416 'nlc l' \\ T\ol. of''nil 11 'and fn, ,
II Mltia M C Bryan, salary' Hh ".. I 2SI443 4
4. 4 toh Sch No 1 U 011 1 .Lash 44111aLnx unnd IwSrh Owners New
.. New
N. 2 40.'' -- Management
,* ,. 10 MIR. Bch IxittliLnnlir No 1 Haltch 6590V H4 n.... \\ ;. ,,,. ,,,,,,,I (.., HAVE IT .
P 11 Mia Clara' Rtuto. nol trhBch S. h Ca 2" II "''o 1ho1647t. ,
'_. No. 1 H 00 ; j
t4.' 81 Mian Mrdora Bu......,II. .nnltch 1415 F.n..k "1'nukllo Nn..d, f. ,
Woh No. I 415 00i. I S' I h N11: 211 1" nn" EVERYTHINGTOBUILDYOURHOUSE- .
i..', (I Miss Ruth Clark 8alnryV. HR 1's) ) nn II.."''f. ",( '?-

I In connection with our Hardware line we carry a complete

y t\ line of furniture. We make a specialty of outfitting homes, and
handle reliable

1' tN' I .

,i Bed Room Furniture, Dining i i I '


.j A Service Room Suits, Kitchen Outfits, Par- I 'f"

NI t lor Suits, Odd Chairs, Rockers, We are fully equipped and manufacture all trade of !,

.tt That Helps Business Couches Etc. lumber-rough and dre ed--Ceiling, Flooring, Skiing, Doors r

) j Sash Shingle, Lath, Window and Door Frame, Moulding j 5

of all kinds, Framing, dressed and rough. Cypress Lumber. $!

ih 1 t Yen will find the errlt-e of the Oil- I This store ii making a record for itself ia the matter of We also curry a complete line of Brick.Lime. Clement Paints .

.. emu Bank of Kiiulmmee. all that It helping people to outfit homes. Com and *... Our prices anrifht. Varnish and Glass. We are able to tc furnish you' everything ...

ti t I Mould bo, prompt, efflrienl and
1 I a great aid to business -r-sue-wc v

f ,; -,.. prlave.Acconnta aobjtvt to check, ."tH'I I ENGINEERS '
mall; era oolitrited. I I[Send for Free Estimate I

h No matter what l load of aa Eairia you hare--Gas, Steam

j v 1 Railroad or Stationary Eaffate-we haye exactly the Tool. yea

t "h Seed m your everyday work-WreKla., Hammer, Oflera, ote, We will be glad to sire you Prices and Estimate FREE. ', tYip

ir aD of the beat quality and workmaaship and at prices that win en house bills receiVe prompt atteatioa.

1 surprise ye*. This store bas the rrp.Utioa of haadCaf oalyhardware .

:''k' that b of smperior maEty ad ye' will make a* mistake

% ..: ia 4-omiac ken. NOW a.-d''iatpocnair mm big stet-k. ; :,1


'1 Osceola Hardware Company 195 Kissimme Flo.PROMFTNESSbuR . .l}.

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", 'Ix :tOUl'f COtTRT: ,'. VH.MTH>JtTDIOIAI IN OIRITVrl1'...'OOUBtT,.HVHNVH JVTI:. eeon4 Monday. r"of 'January' la each, :. .o u 00 ..:.. O"ot.O : ', AGED SHAMMY" ''JONES DIES.An ., 'I' J. r" '., : I

V' > CIRCUIT or rLORID'I.o. FOR -CK01A COUNTY "ii.' .. : Dt: ; .HARRIET&.ADAMSM.D., :1.
; Hundred
ORANGE CENTER N\iW&: : 9 < -BeUiim Over v. r
V'p ,4D . .. \ Until th.e officer. elected ml the first' '
_ZOLj;I. -f .CUAWCV'-" *' annual meeting" of the stockholders . V ; 9 Year Old Paaaea 'Away He.... .$ SURGEON '

tt i' ,:...c., JI. .. V Atur'&; n.__.. 0.ILL -..........- > hall be qualified shall, be the con business duo ted of by saidcorporation the ..0000000..000000000000000. . 1 Martha.'Jane Jones,i who was.,well 'OfMos'at lySICA ftesldenasl, 403' .

vereas V VSt. past the century: nark died her last m..t.
',m.aV following named officers: V V r.
Telephone 111
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: '..1"1'0' QCIErr 'I'ITLIII'I '. To"III2'I' TITlE > if Smith, president; A, Ia Hunt> Mr. W O. Will. of Maj Till ,.Ky., Friday. Grandma Jones was an antebellum ,1''' :\ffC.P "Y l
ii; Ben>ar. Helsa,' mad All PcvsesM CI...- first vine-president H. V. Phillips, second who spent a month'* .Yacatloa bare darky,and often related many ,'. ', tl.

.. .. O..Kries*, ..d all Clslsfc. Las .. lat..... UBer tke eaM.Ber- vice-president;, B F, 'Hoe cashier: returned to his duties on the O. ft" O stories-of old sooth.: Writing of V.i l

.tear .. Interest tfrader th.. .Bid Basil aard H.,..... Ot.rwla.V and M. M. Smith. A. I. Hunt. H.V Roil: railway last Wednesday.. He wiai her Mrs.- the Moore -WilUon V V V', ./ cI
Phillip, a. B. Bothwell. B. K. aay.:
i 0. Fri!'". .s O ........, Iteeipestdesit.asU .: V ...........' Paul M. Trudell and 8.. H. Fertto dl- loath to depart. but looks forwardto In- death of Jane Jones ,'THRASHER, :.
t Mara V.
ORDER or PVBLIOATI01 "ctor- vm. the time wben be will be here permanently know t Ksllmm.people as : V

.. All Whew It May CM eno. I The highest amount of Indebtedness to occupy and enjoy the of the SHEET METAL'.< WORKED, ,I I,',',"

; Te> AllVha> It May Cetsieerai. I It appearing from the sworn bill ofcomplaint : oc other liability to which the said grove be baa under way. few ink of' ante-bellum Ceiling "
filed In this cause that there corporation shall at any time .subject enn.tnl Stl Spt .
Jesse V,
_, It appearlnc from the sworn bill of Itself shall bs limited and defined. by C. Alborty'and Louis day. '

\\I' complaint this cause that th.r.r. are Involved parties In Interested this suit In other the than property the section.2713: of the general statutes of H. Schuck of Washington lad.. ar- was one of the earliest pioneers 'Phon 1O.R J.I...:n'
parties interested In the propert.Involved the state d Florida. rived here of Florida been
last having :
|I Thursday and
known and that the I are
respondant namesof brought V V : /
In,. this suit other than the The names and residences of the sub .._ : I
V known respondent' anAL that the name such parties 'o Interested are Unknown scribers. and the amount of capital spending brief vacation at the with a shipload of about the V i ,

r :. '.f such parties so Interested are un. to the complainant and that re stock subscribed by each are .s follows and lire most enthusiastic! on this year 1837. In speaking of her life DR. J. W. SIMPSON
.ald of t
lief Is prayed In bill compl.lntas'aln.t V
known to the and that
V relief :- section of the state. in old Virginia, she often referred
V such unknown respondents. It i
I I. prayed In said bill of complain B. F. Roe Kenansvllle Fin., ten t
it I.., therefore. ordered that all partie. Our fishermen the old slavery days as being the
: :"Ii ...aln.t such unknown respondents. IIs shares (lOt. are reporting great hap DENTIST a' .,
; } }.W., therefore ordered that all ptutleclaiming claimIng Interests In the following: described K. K. Franklin. Kenansvllle. Fla catches of flub. The largest thus far days of her life. She '

" V ,: : Interests in the following described property situate. In the Countyof two shares (2). was by Mr. Alton who landed Kissimmee more than twenty-flvo Upstairs in Kt BuildingOffice
t ',:' real property situate In the O.coola and State of Florida. to-wlt: Paul K. Trudell Kenansvllle, Kla ron"on. and Hsurs: m. to 13
The West Half of the East Half and the i over one hundred fine years was rejected and highly .
Ii.r ', County of Osceola and Sate of Florida ti-n shares (10). I'nll'from 1:10: to 1:10: '. .
(' to-wit: Tbe Northwest Quarter of the KHBI Half of the West Half of Section (1. K. Holhwell.. 11(. D.. Kenanivlllp, I Flslilako on Monday. MORSI-H. esteemed by all the white people, as Telephone Nu. T* Junef _.
of In 18 In Township 26 South of Range 32 Fla.. (len shares (10). well her colored friends. 5':
,;, Northeast Quarter Section Three I I'A. Dobbins. E. I). Morgan. T. J. as :
V liast of Tallahaaaue Meridian do appear I Randolph Young. Whlttler Fla., oneShare -
Township 26 Houlh of Range 19 ISas This relic of century is
: to the Complainant's Hill of Complaint (1). Stewart. T. H. Keen and others were a ago worthy "I' ._ '
: of the Tallahassee complainant's Meridian bill of do appear complaInt to herein filed on or before the Hule A. I... Hunt. Kenansvlllp.. Fla. ten also. succeKHful getting a goodly number a pl.c in history, for she had nursed DR W. W. CARSON

I' ', herein flied on or before the Rule Day jay In April. A. 1>. 11)16 the name being shares (10). of the finny tribe. the sick defended 'the weak andhas '
the 6th day of said month elfle the said L. H. Dsawdy Whittier Fla., tenshares -
In April. A. D. 1916. being the 6th day I done what she could towards elevating DENTIST
Mr. Rufus S. of Lake
\ of said month. else the said bill will bill will be taken a. confessed againstthem. (10) DOSHP. Dryna. .
be taken .. confessed aaralnst such reapondants. 'H. V Phillips, Kenansvllle Fla.. ten ''I is wearing a broad smile. The stork her own race. Office: over Pilley Buldlnl
And It I. further ordered that this shares (10). Many times in conversation wit Office I
loft -
\ a bounclnb hiu home .
{. And It I. further ordered that thl. order be publlnhed once a week for W. J. Klce. Kenansvllle, Fla.. sixtyshares baby boy at. the.writer, she has graphically told of Office 'Phone Hour ". 'Plicae IS
be week for 11 II consecutive. week. In the Oaceota (60) recently.A Gas Administered for Extraction of
'1' order published once a I the falling stars, as she witnessedthis
J. T Kcnausvllle
Drawdy. seven
,, consecutive week. In the Osceola Jour- Journal .a. weekly newapaper published number of the friends of Mr. Teeth
In said Coun.y and of general clrcu- shares ((7) strange phenomena in Richmond:
l' nal. a weekly newspaper published In M. M. Hmlth. Vrinler Park FIR, ten and !Mrs. L,. F. Nothercutt gatheredat Later --
latlon In said county. in 1R33. she brought to
r the said County of Osceola and of gent was V.
share (10). the home of W. A.
Spenoo on Monday '
Honorable James W.
Witness the -
b .ral circulation In said County. Florida where she missed the luxuryof
Fla. ten H.
S. H. Fertlc Kenansvllle S. GEIGER
of said Court and
Perkins Judge my evening In farewell
k- Witness the Honorable Jame. W. a suritrlaeto her DR
shares (10). former life the pampered
.' of said Court and name as Clerk thereof. and the official Mr. a
,,1 Perkins, Judge my Nethercutt who expects to
seal of the said Circuit Court this First nurse girl for her wealthy mlsI
.. Clerk thereof and the officials young PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
name STATE: OF FLORIDA. return
day of January. A. 1>. 1916. shortly to Kannnn City Mo., I tress. Her to the time of
I seal of the said Circuit Court. this Firs COUNTY OF 08CKOL.A.Before memory Citizens Bank
day of January. A. D. 11I. J. L. OVKR8TREBT me, the undersigned Notary 10 complete a large contract on which her death was remarkable and she Bundnl
1 t V J.: l U.: OVEUSTREET. As Clerk of the Circuit Court Public he had been to Klsslmmee, / a.
In and for Ihe stale of Florida compellcl .aKO op- could of events as told to her by Fa
(Circuit Osceola County. Florida. t..1 Phones Office 19 7
As Clerk of the Circuit Court: or
II. F.
at Large periionally apne.ircd eratlona by reason or the wintryweather.
Court Seal) her of visit
,.-r (Circuit Oscoola County.l< lorlda. Roe K K. Frnnklln. Paul K Trudell.I mother Wahingon's t Residence III 14.1y'U
Court By BOOH XR contract the and
)" Seal (I. K. Rothwcll Hnndolph Younit, I. H o ,
r ,1 By JAMES M. JOHNSTON, Deputy Clerk Hra..dy. \\'. J. nice, H V. Phllllpa. J Is completed; he expects to return more interesting accounts can be
iIiI Deputy Clerk. JOHNSTON & OAlinKTT. T. Drawdy a nil 8. II. Kelt I ii'. all I here to remain permanently.I Thosepresent I
found in
.1Ift JOHNSTON & GARRETT. Counsel for Complainant. 4-10t to me well. known. and .known any history than her description T. M. RIVERS M.D. V

/ Counsel for Complainant. 4-10t to me to IK* the IndlvlmmlH. ov- wero Mr. and Mrs. I.yman of Seminole batws' in Florid ;

ncrlhed In and who executed the foregoing I Netherctitl, Mrn. Uiorg e K. ... 1"1' Particularly was ount PHYSICIAN and SURGEON

J'!': la ('1....".. Court for the "evrsI'. the and: : First:i-iirh:: :Mr. and :Mrs.(3Vrus I K. Payne, H. great Treaty dinner between the Sem-

V; IK omcriT COUHT SEVE"4T11 JI'll- Circuit of the Mini ot Klorlda being ilnlv I Hworn ",w"ll\lIv acknowledged I Keen. and family, T. H. Keen and moles and the American interesting Office over Osceola Pharmacy: '
'r- 4A.. CIIICI'IT' <>K KIOIII IN !. end for 0..01. County.In soldier.
Y., ANI) 1>'01OO.JOI.A! ('OIJN'I"!. < hancery.Dlii I that lie exerutt-d Ih;' Maine forthe I ru' hilly. C. I';. Casually: and family and graphic. was 'I'hone Rrsldpnce SI V

IN CIIAJ\'a.It'! uses and pui-mm a then-ln, I ex- Mr HIH, Mrs I';. II. Morrey M|las Jensle by t..neral Worth on that eventful Office 148.
CII Quiet Title.I.ydla I preBBCMlIn
b' --- Butler Complainant \Vlln, HH 'Iwro..r I h",'<- hereunto Morrey. Mr. and MrH. A.V. Christmas day in 1842 to cook the

Arlbmr F. Donigaa* tiiplnlnaiit vs.Charles net niv hit".1 i and afTlxid nty Klalhers I Mr. cnil Mm.. Edward H. dinner, and as she described the In-

,tV cr.a.I U. Campbell. Anna n Babbit.Holier this 22nd d.iy of January A. II. Mortal Mr. mill :Mr.W A. Spt'ino<< dian chieftains in their regalia, the H. D. GEIGERATTORNEYAT.LW
l !9 1 irNotarial
I r:: BILL TO (lt'HCT Tin..Jj C 1)i'nny.Valtcr: H. Kenny ( ] A I. HUNT.Hi and daughter Ernest Oliver and (i.W. I A mel jean officers in gala atir thegarison
I lulia all of the aforesaid
t 1D4..... M. Itandall. Harah Tracy a.dJel ies. rrHprtndt-nt.Denny bring descendants. par and Ml ) Notary Public. SHU.. of Fluilila Spuhr with arms ,

)': .. Tracy her, and .11 par- heirs at law of Charles U. Campbell. My commlHSlon t-xplriH April 4. 1918 A large audience crowded the loaded with Florida's best prouct. .

.S tie* elalBtlata iMleresta VMder <"e eald deceHSfd. arid all other parties ..I"Im- STATE OF FLOIUDA. school liouie lust Saturday night to wild turkey venison and quai. Office State Bank BuildingKissimmee 1

aed It..d..... .r. ofltrrwler, log Interests In the lands In this Bill COUNTY OF OSCKOLA.Before I witness the flrxt appearance of the moeinirds'; singing sec Fla. ,
described under the said Charles OCampbell
\ the nndiTHlKned, .
n..p..d..t. m. Notary Center Minntel Hand. From this picture at Fort King (now
,I\j' ( deceased!, or otherwise; and Public 'In and for the state of Floridaat Orange
', on DEn OK PUBLICATION Emma F. R, Campbell, sole survlvInKdevisee Large, personally. appeared A L the opening chorus to lie drawing of Ocala) as no historian has been able '

of. C S. Hart deceased. Re Hunt to m,' well known. and known the curtain on the last act there were to produce. DR.C.LHYATTV.V.,

T. All Wb Bs* 11 May C.mfrmt spondents.OttI to be one of the Individuals d..rlh.dIn repeated outbursts of applause as. the Martha Jane Jones' death is lamented :
and who executed the foregoingpropon.'d PHYSICIAN and SURGEON -
.' It appearing. from the sworn bill of >KH OV rt'BI.ICATION.To charter of the First Slate different hits were made. In the fIrst by many and from the best information -

i) complain tiled. in this cause. that there Rank of }tenancvili.and being I duly part the Jokes and cross fires between I gleaned from her memoryof Klsslmmee V
'..' are partlea interested In the property sworn acknowledged that he executed events, she had passed her one Fla.
Involved In this suit other than the All Whom It fay Concern : the same for the uses and purposes Rainbow Spence and Jumbo Casnadyand 'Phones Office. 111Residence I -
known Respondent. and that the It sppeRrlnR. from the sworn Bill of therein expressedIn Sunshine Morrey kept the audience hundredth birthday. She was the true 141 V

name of such parties so Interested are I Complaint. filed In this cause that there WltneHB Whereof I have hereunto convulsed with laughter. The type of the old time loyal quaintly /
\ unknown to the Complainant and that ire persons Interested In the propertyinvolved set my hand and affixed my Notarial courteous bandana mammy of the
rell.f la prayed In the said bill of complaint In this suit other than the Seal this 22nd rtnv of January. 1915. crowning number of the first part ante-bellum
and with her
ko agralnst said unknown Hespondnts. known Respondents; and that the (Seal) JOHN II BA IRJj. N. was the original song and chorus days CEO. F.

';t' It I.. therefore. ORDERED that names of such persons so Interested Notary Public State of Florida Shine On. This abounded In a number passes a friend o the'old south. PAERI I "'
II partitas claim K an Interest In the are unknown to the Complainant ; and My commission expires ecember 16 i I, -
'. r \j following described real property situate that relief Is pra>ed. In said Hill of 1118. of local hits and was well received : OO OOOOOO..OOOOOOOOOOO; ATORNEY.AT.LW .'.
.- S In the County of Osceola and :Stile Complaint against such unknown Re- by those present "

of Florida to-wit. The Northeast Quarter pondents; STATE) OF FLORIDA The merriment of the first UNION CKNTKK Collections and i ;
V4. of the Northeast Quarter of Section It Is, I therefore ordered. That all COUNTY OF 8KMINOLK. part Cnnyc "

14 In Township 27 South of Range 32 tartles claiming* an Interest In and to Before m... the undersigned Notary however was nothing compared with + Specialties I ;

/ Bast of Tallahassee Meridian. do appear he following described. properly situated Public 'In and for the state of Floridaat what followed on the presentation of OfO. o qooO OO.O.OO .
e to the Complainant's bill of complainton i In the County of Osceola and Large personally appeared M M the farce, Reuben G hiP'" Troubles Mr. C. II. Funk were 111 1-1 Broadway :
or before the Kule Day in April A. Slate of Florida I<>-': Smith to me well known and known guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hoover
Lot three of Block. "A" of W. APatrick and the oration on "A Celebrated
p. 116 the same being the 6th day of to he. one of the Individuals who executed
aid month. else the said bill will betaken and J P HuKhey's Additionto the foregoing. proposed charter Woman." of Klsslmmee Sunday at dinner.Mr. G F. KRIBBS

4 as con f esntd against t h<*m. the town of KlBfflmmee City, Oflceola of the. Ftrxt State Hank of K.-na nnvlll.- The complete program was: and Mrs. Arthur Haye and -l- : .. J.
It Is further OKDKKKD thatthis County. l Florida according and being dulv Swum acknowledged j
Anu Haye spent Sunday with Mr.
order be published once a th. Plat of atoll Addition on file \r, that he executed the name for the "",'a O".nlnlehoruR/: "In the<< Eveningby !: 1"111. ATORNEY-AT-LW
r the office of the Clerk of the Circuit and. I therein Frank Lo'k. and family .
the purpoRt'H expreHHcdIn the the band.
week. for 12 consecutive week In Moonlight. by
... of Titles L
Eizamlnatlon a ... ,
Joum weukly ii.WKpi.perpublished Court for trangCounty.. ofhieh wil yuaN whereof I have hereunto DwjKlit/: Funk has been quite ill ..
Osceola % a
Jum Notification and
Solo "Honey Mine sung by Payment of f
: w ad! County the nalfl landw..r. sit mv Hand and affixed. my Notarial. t.x.*
In the nald County of OMI-B for several 1
; '
r.t ola and of general circulation In said ... at said date of filing: acid plata Seal tills 23rd day of January, 1916.! bo Cllfl ady. layf. non-rasldents. ,lven cr.fu. ( '' V
-. part said lot )blnl In the Houlh- (Seal) "-HAS I ) HRUMLICV.Notnrv Joke Italnbow Spence. plearanlly entertained at the O. D. at..nton.KI..lmm. .

., County.Witness the. Honorable Janice wPerkins. eaiit quarter. of the Southeast quarter I'uiil I.'. Hlati. of 1"I"ldA I Solo."Elle Lawson home Saturday night: Mr. .., Fla. --
V and of Section Twenty-one of Township My c4>niinl I"ion ixpir.>B. l icc. 13. 1U17 sung by Charles
., Judge of said Court my and Mr.. LOllgene'kpr and little
name a. Clerk thereof and the official Twenty-five South ftanfrtTwentynine 7-6t I Casaady. Ben Pat .Iohn.ton a.. P. Garrets ?
and Claude
Kast of TallahfiflaeiMerldlnn.
Joke-Jumbo daupher.
tills the Spence.
seal of BHIU Circuit Court ,
First day of January. A. I). 1916. Osceola ("ounly.o"lold.... SALE OK UK A I. ESTATE! OKI Solo "My Cabin by the Pines." Darber Ruth. Edna Lena JOHNSTON A GARRETT:
do appear to the Complainant's Itlll of .R< KWKJVK' V
tr (Circuit J. L. OVKHHTHKET/: and Joe Harvey, and Everett Smith.
A. Clerk of the. Circuit Complaint herein filed on or before the Hy virtue of order issued the sung by Rainbow Spence. ,\
I Court Heal) an by Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Clark of ATOREY.AT-L > ,
Court of Oaceola County Florida. 7th day of April. A. D.. 1916; else theeaid Bounty Judge of Oftocnla county. Flor- Joke-Rainbow. Agra, : _ _

By JAMES M. JOHNSTON. Bill will be taken as confesied.. Ida, authorizing me thereto I will offer Solo "When the Bell of the Lighthouse Kansas are the guests of C. M. Office 10, 1 and 12 Ct.. .;!Bank:
Deputy Clark. And It Is further ordered that this at public Bale at the door of the Smith and family week: They BuildingKlsslmm ' ;V .
GARRETT.Coun..t order be published once a week for courthouse In KlBslmmee Florida during Rings lilng-dong. sung by tbl. ,\\I r, 0 ,
JOHNSTON Complainant. 410tNOTICH twelve consecutive weeks. In the Val- I! the of legal sale on next Sunshine Morrey. have been ,spending the winter In St. *.P1*.. ; {|') ct;f
h for Icy Oaiette. a newspaper published in legal I.i': :. to-wlt: Monday, April Joke Jumbo. V Cloud and like Florida fine. They _( \ :
aid County of Oaceola, State of Flora 6th 1916. the following described real --- "' ,J '
C OF CONTRST.aalaesvllle da, and of general circulation In said estate situate in Klsslmmee, O.c.ola:1uW.Y'H''I Solo "If a Long Way to Tipper will be guest at a number of partiesgiven LOuIC a Massey, T.'Wctoa WarHrtT. ')1::., ."

; \ County. : I to close tip the estate ary." sung by O. W. Spahr. in their honor during the LateCounseltor Judge of the .1 f /'
IVF.IF Desrtt .f .... 1..rI. 1I.IC. Witness the Honorable James W. Farmer, deceased, to-wlt : V week. Fla. R. R. Comm Criminal e. '

V ...... Land Oies.I Perkins Judge of said Court, and my All of lot three (1)) and the north half Cross Flre--RalnboW' and Jumbo. Mr. O. B. Lawaon ate dinner tbe MASSEY WARLOW \
name as Clerk thereof and the official of lot two (2) of block "C" of O'Neal Solo and chorus "Shine On," by a A

I Florici'irebruary;;: II. 111.T seal of said Circuit Court., this the (thay A O..born'B addition. with the well andwat..r Rainbow and the Raindrops. Jeff Barber bore Sunday. ATTORNEYS. COUNSELLOBS Ef

of January. A. D., 116. easement thereto helonRrlnfr. but and Ira visited ;.
as Ira T.. James of unknown address.eontestee (Official Seal Circuit Court subject to a certain mortgage for Curtain. V N..le W.herbee >

I! ". ; : J. I.. OVERSTREET.) $1.000.00 with the accrued interest Solo. "Oh, You Dream," sung by Wi Wctherbee and family Sunday. and Practice of the In United all the States court of also ths Itat. \'

r.; You are. hereby notified that Polydoor Clerk Circuit Court. <11)Also). fourteen lots seven,. (7)And tn(23)(10)ofV, eleven H Sunshine Morrey.A UIsliop Weekly preached two theFlorida Ralro.d Comml..lon bfoN ,
who fIves L.oushman FiorI JOHNSTON A OARKBTT. .. splendid sermons Sunday. Dr. Mack- the .
it Ohyaellnck. ..rm..r.a. suhfUvlffl, of lot seventynine farce "Reuben Glue's Troubles.Quartette. _, )
: _
.. hi. postofTtce address did on Solicitor. for Com plalnan!. 3UtOTICR .
I;=>.t Ida. or me lorinn., i..ano A improvemint Messrs. II n and Rev. Chapman assisted at 11-14 Charleston Bids
4. 1816. file In this.. office hi. Dixie Morri'y
January Co.'s: adflltlon. Orlando Fla. I4-lyT.
both services. Mr W. II. C'ark
a to contest OF INTK-VTION. To APPLY played -
duly corroborated application Terms announced on dnv of .nl,'. RI.ahr.1op..neo and Ivey. J:
.) and secure the cancellation of your FOIl 1. T'I'I1H" .ATE'\'T.' (> F KithitIts.I Oration, "A Celt'brale,1'oman.." the- violin at the evening service. I c'

,. homestead entry No. 01151". aerial No. I-4 t CornmiRHloner.NOTM Miss Julia Pillion und Mrs. W. O.CcCluIn .
. 011118, made March 24. 191S. for UK 1-4 Notice Is hereby given that the unerslfcned All over.Ncedham. f
, 8W1-4. section 29 township 26 S. will apply to the Kovi-rnor sung a beautiful duet which M. J. HICKS ;
V of the state of Florida I at Tallahassee. i: OK A \IIM"'I'"A1'OIt.For DR !:
range 17 K.. Tallahassee meridian <<<-joo- was very much enjoyed by those present. i .
,..".. and .. rounds for his contest he al- IIn the 16th day of March. A. I., 1916. ( Final lllsehnrKe.) .
learea that said Ira I.. James has never for letters patent. Incorporating the PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Il'J
been on said land only to do n little l<'Irst State Hank of Ki-nannvllle, underh I. f'onrt of CfMinfy Juilire. Ntaie of 0) CA1\IPUEII. .3. t .
work. and has never stayed on Kalil I ** following proptiHetl charter, therlglnal Fiends Estate. of Oneeola. 4 oust, + The hottest region on the earth isthought Office State Bank it'Phones '.:
.. land overnight: hns not been on siiid of which !I. now on tile In INter re CullnRNotlre < ,. to be the part of Persia bordering : Office 41 D"Udnl V: .& -
t office of the
le secretary of state ofhe
. land In 16 months. hereby Riven to all 1 whomIt on the Persian gulf. whete Reldenoe
You therefore further notified ( said state of KlorldaVltnf8H ol't! 40"I

that the are.said allegations will he taken \ our riaineN this 2lBt day of September.mac A I) that. 19ir! on. I the shall 4th npplv dnof to Rowland. Winter Oar there is a record of 100 degrees for _ _ _ _ _ _ .. J.';

f V..". .. confessed and your ald entry will JILIIUIII )'. A I) 1915. the Honorable T M Murphv. )jililKt or den, died last Thursday night at the : forty days. .' &'
O K. 1
tie canceled without further rtKht to heheard IIOTIIWKI..UM Raid court. HH ))1I.1".r probate. for Orlando hCHpltal and was burled Saturday
I either before (this office or on M SMITH.S : tlnal linrharRe. an administrator' of the Mohammedanism is the recognized J. W. THOMPSON : .
ftuneal. i If you fall to file In this office I II. FKItTIC. Rtate of I'eter lullaM.. ili-ceaseil and at Pleasant J111J cemetery. He 'V . 'I _
within twenty days after the FOURTh H.0'. ROW. that. at the name time I will preRent to was, about 48 years old and leaves a religion of the Turkish race, and the J \ .

I" publication' I of this notice, as shown It V. PHIM.IPS. the ald cotlrt my Hnal accounts BR widow and ten children. He was a sultan as caliph, is the supreme head )1. ;"
I I below your answer under oath specifically A I. Ill'NT. :ilmlntHt rator of said estate, and ask Over 2,000 are provided for FUNERAL DIRECTOR :'\ i, .t.\
t responding to Ittcse allegation PAUI )0; TIUJUKM,, fur their approval. son of Mrs. Sarah Rowland of Camp mosques ,
( of contest together with due proof flint J T KRAWIIY.I. 1 luted Afnnh 4. A. I 1") 191R bell, and a brother of Mrs. Milton worship. ; V ,/ ...,.;i
: you have served a copy of your answiei' I. H "HA\VI!>Y, N C BRYAN. and I ' ." 1 __
I".':, on the said contestant. either. In persurl li J K FRANKLIN, on-mo-for-fimo 1 Administrator "Mryant. lUnldes these be leaves' a Erosion of river banks is prevented '

''" or by registered mall. \V J KICK.RANDOLPH. sister Mrs. Julius Hyde of Klsslmmee by an interlacing of bamboo laid on LICENSEDEMBALMER \1. \4V4r; .
You should. elate. In your aniiwer the YOUNO. NOTK TO <'IIKKITOHfl.
and a brother Wer.iey Rowland. '
0: them in Smatra. / .
.,- name. of the poBLofTlce to vthlch you -- .1"
.i desire future notices to be 'Bent to you. IMIOI0Kn<: CIIAKTKK' OF FIIISTMTAXK I. ('onrt or t.... ('ofln'" .I a"",., State of Orlando. Mr. How land was takenIII '( '. '"

1-KHRY: M. COI.80N.Receiver.. HANK OF K KN A 'M N VII.IK, of ...Iorl.... 4 ....."ln .Veuniy on Sunday and sent to the hospital A giraffe immediately after it. birth Store and Chapel Stewart AT*. V 'i; 1

KK-VA.VMt ILLK.. KI.OIIIDA. In re Kslate. of Milton 8 ("ow..r.To..11 on Wednesday suffering from pneu measures six feet from its hoofs t the ': . I
'k' Date of first publication February creditors. .leKnteeR.. distributeesand monia. He Klsslmmee. Fla.When .
The became rapidly worse and top of its head. Vt _
II. 1916 undersigned Incorporators hereby all persons hA\ 1111( claims or demands V 1' '
Date of second publication. February associate. themselves together for against said estateYou. died Thursday night.A "1"

{ 14.plate 1116.of third publication. March 6."L the purpose forming of a corporation becoming Incorporatedand under and and each of you. are hereby. p,.I" .; I. _
notified and required, to present anyclaims field marshal never retires but .. . !\."
by virtue of the law. of the state or '
:.r 116.Date of fourth publication. March 12. Florida with and under the following and demand have which against you the oreither remains on the active list and draws In N.ed of a > !" _

: lle. .. -4t proposed chart..r'I.: estate of of Milton you. may 8 Cowurer. deceased full pay until,death. I VETERINARY SURGEONCall .1' $ f,e & :: _

NOTICE Of ATTACIiIltENT.I The name of the shall lute of Osceola county. l Florida to the. C.W.GRIFF1NStaple ?? ,
,kt3; corporation undersigned administrator of said estate Whenever You Need a Ctooeral Tonic: For : "
TO O. W. BHUN9.ANI ALL oThER be the First State Bnnk of Kpnanavllle from the dateh'
..: INTKItKSTKIl I'AHTIKSi and Its place of business shall be In the I .withlb two year. Take Grove' F. RICHMOND "f ftI4. V '

,, Notice Is hereby given that I. L. H.Ingram '' town of Kenansvllle. In the county of St.d February 9. A. D. im. The Old Standard Grove' Tasteless A _
sheriff: of Osceola county state Osceola, and atateof Florida.II. J. O. COWlJER.SRt and Fancy Horse Clipped II and ," "
levied writ chill Tonic .. equally valuable as O :
of Florida, have this day a Administrator: ,
I of attachment Issued In the suit of John The general nature of the businessto General Tonic: because it contains the LougQman Road :. 1'H j. _
Far agaln.t C. W. Bruno now pendingIn be transacted shall be that of a well known tonic '
"f- ADMINISTRATION) ]NOTICK.Notice :pTOpentIe.OQUININRstid GROCERIES 'Pbon.1 Klsslmm. Fla. \ VV
Seventh general banking business with \
JudIclai powers
the circuit court of the .
.. In and for Osoeola county. Incident, thereto as provided by thestatutes IRON. It acts oft the Liver Dive: ,
circuit. the following" described. of the state of: Florida.III. : of AdsclsiUtmtor. for. Flail HIsebsrge out Malaria Enriches the Blood and .,,, -. ; :
Floridaupon ..rt of ( .t" J.dgeOsceols V : \
( ou .
tV4VL property. situated In Osceola particularly county.State detVV1 -. The. amount of capital stock of said Florida.In Build up the W x>le System. :SO cents. ERNEST L GREEN ," t\ I'
Florida more
T tc9 of corporation shall be Fifteen I Thousand \ .
Free Delivery to all
Bribed as follows. towlt: Estate of R. Ixihr. HA YOH'II "ROCI.A MA Part \ .> _
nectlon one (1), all ($15,000.00) Dollars, to be divided Into re. Sip Writer and Decoratlr ,'i
(. \All fractional .
7, '
one hundred and fifty shares of the. Notice I. hereby driven to all whom .
'' fractional section ten (10). eleven (11) par value of One Hundred Dollar. It may concern that on the 16th day of Under and by of the power of tbe CityoooOt.Oooooooooooooooooo \
tl;." and twelve (II) : all section fourteenrbn thirteen ($100) each. to be paid In cash. July. A. D.. 1116. I shall apply to Honorable vested In me H. RIU:;, mayor of Klsslmmee Pat .'T I
.t (11) ; all fractional section T. M. Murphy. Judge of said. City Florida do hereby announce iV r''PIIoIISZU
((14)) fifteen. and sixteen ((1S)'; the northeast IV. court A. judge of probate for my final proclaim\ and declare that an V f "
., quarter (N. E. 1-4) of the northwest The term for which said corpora discharge as administrator of R. L
t.1(, quarter (N. E. 1-4 of N. W. lsouth; tlon .shall exist shall be ninety-nine deceased and that at the. same time I In nald city during? the legal hours of .3 __ ;V' <;i. .
\'I northwest quarter (S 1-2 of years.The voting on Saturday the 27th day of
ct half of the to said court final "
I will '
and south half of section V. present my March A. D.. iSIS, for the purpose of P. A. Van Agnew w. B. Crawtee*" \ ,V .
N. w. 1-4), _
of said
V business accounts as administrator estate M. TILLER \
of the said
seventeen. (S 1-1 of Soc 17). all In corporationshall their electing the following officers to servea J. .,
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for approval.
,, II south, be conducted by the following term of one vis.: VANS AGNEW CRAWFORD.ATTORNEYATlAW" ;
township twentyrslx ( ) range year :
4 1 A. D. UK.
officers. : January A .
".I'< jo thirty-one (II) east States containing. according In thestate A president, one or more vlce-preal- WUJLIAMRJLOHR. One On. Clerk.Mayor.. Real estate Aqency.a..ss000u.s 'I j ; ,
to the United surveys .
aMSa ..Itu.tedI dents, a. board of seven directors a l- mo. _AdmVnlstrator.VTILITIRS One Marshal and Tax Collector. :" : ,1
& of Florida. .<
I. _hler. and such other officers and On. Treasurer -.r- Office : _
in Osoeola county. Florida. excepting employes as the corporation may authorise. .0IITHEIUf COMfAWT. Also for of V : S .
V out of the to serve a term two years. CU.B '
. and reaervlnahowever. CIO The board of directors may Notice Is hereby. given that the anneal council.. Realty bought and sold. ; .,
. : i above described premlsea twentr of ) appoint subordinate officers and employs meeting. of the stockholder of thfer.eb-tnb1t.eI.f: : : Bratton B.! __ -- o '"t ,<
4.. acrae on the easterly. shore WvsOak *, with such powers, duties and the Southern Utilities Company will beheld O. Van. Agnew, .1. W. LIII.y as Inspec House rt _. '
: \ lake, now used and Improved as aSST terms of office aa, they may preaeVibe at the office of the company. Klsslmmee tors and i. W. Prentla aa clerk of said Taxes ; ' I''
I : lMtotl--i: or .. may be provided by the by.I.". Oeoeola oonntr.. Florida on election.In &1d nr6. frjathtn4
7, Sheriff of Osoeola. Cownty. Florida. Uw. noon for the election of directors for oct my.hand a* mayor of said city and DDrt '' ..
? V vi. the ensuing year, aDd for the transaction caused: the seal of said city te be hereVnto Fu Accident Jo.suMac. > pgpyflgV r ;
';'.1. POM Cor4 In 6 to 14 Day *Tbe director shall be elected. by of any and all bnslnesw that may aTUI.\ 11th day of February J '. 1,
.i th. stockholder at saab annual meat come before the meeting. A. B
;Yoat-'*..I... will s4LXSJli3SSZ! InAll other officers and ...ple,... Dated Now, Tork. N. T.. March 4th .tt.1 H. R. K.t.T. IOR'WOJ'l sn"-i.>
shall b* elected annually by the boardof u Mayor of Rlsslmmee City. Bt. ,
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1 ''I ryfR) EH; ; : THE ,KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY. ; MARCH 12,. 'iiis.: '1

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\\1 : .- : 1 1 FOR"RENT-S-room,residence, tntVl .. \
.f.f1 "M{: C. 71, U. Dist.'Conventk. n 'I I ''dished $15; 6-room. $101; -roo..., ) "
] Eo Wells real estate and Insurance -
: Want Ads $L. Eo ,

: PI FOR TRADE:-: New $CS vertical feed } :
stock'poultry ,
sewing machine 'or

.;. :,f News. and Note of' the "Wonder City" From Our Own The .Ixth, annual convention of-the -Mrs. Halite J. Anderson, Lakeland; FUN OH TRADE) for horse and W. Downing.or, farming implements.- 7-tf 8.' ,

Special Correspondent W. C. T. U. of the Seventh district of secretary, Mrs. Kinney, Winter Haven wagon, one t cy. Buick In good ,

L'.r Florida, will be held in Kissimmee at ; treasurer, Mrs. Esther Daniels\., St. condition trade at good tires;, must sell or FOR RENT OR SALZ--.Twe-atery.. 4
once. A. M. Jones P. O. '
church next Cloud chairman entertainment com- Brack St.. .North
, tha Presbyterian on ; :Box store building on .
l Mr. and Mrs. Aiken who have passed ' ture. Delicious refreshments wereeerv.e Thursday. Many delegates are ex- mittee. Mrs. J. L. Overstreet;organist 221 Kissimmee. Ttf Klll lmm_. H. C. Stanford. gO-tf. iii
to attend and J. W. McPhatterhas for convention, Miss Edith Wilder. !" .
in our Wonder -, and the clock struck eleven all
k the winter pleasantly r
morning for.J.ckllOnY1llet too soon. Mr. and Mrs. Grimm are been named a committee of one The convention will begin with a MONEY TO LOAN-Applications re- FOR SALE OR TRADE-A flve-pa.-
w, City left where Tuesday will spend good company and it is a real pleasure to meet the trains and. see that all morning session at 9:30: o'clock. Sessions ceived for leans from $100.00 to senger Overland car. Paul McKee. iyt
they will also be held tn the afternoon $10,000 .11-tf ?
L returning to Chi to be entertained at their home. are properly cared for. on improved and unimproved -
some time The district officers who will be at 1:30 and at night at 7:00: town property and farm lands.
The Lynn of W. O. W. will il
cago,111. camp FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE for
o'clock. Interest 8
Mrs. EvaC. % Interest
in charge are: President, straight. payable -
',; Mr. C. F. Johnson, of Kissimmee, hold a box social Thursday evening, Easton, St Cloud; vice-president The program will be as follows: annually or semi-annually. property close in town, five acres of '4
caller March the 1. O. O. F. hall.
on 18 at
was a St. Cloud business Time: One to ten years. Applicants land one-half in cultivation, balance w,
I ; Tuesday. Everyone is invited to enjoy a good for loans will please give description good timber; all under fence; land '
lr. Mrs. J. E. Wilson, of Chicago, arrived time. Each lady is requested to. bring location, and valuation of suitable for trucking or fruit grow I
Monday evening to spend a few a well-filled box. Six-room house plastered and ) ,
offered for ing. ,
property as security ij
(I i I., months at St. Cloud. She is' stopping I Rt. Rev. Cameron Mann, Episcopal "There is a necessary achievement, but non to our loan. State improvements and valuation work stained; deep well; good barn;
'I St. Cloud hotel. of southern Florida will visit attempt.-Phillip Brooks. I
'. r I at the New bishop of same. two outhouses and three chicken '"
rr) S. E. LaVoice is improving his prop- I St. Cloud on Wednesday, March 17 We want county representatives to I houses; one mile from depot; price
'. Missouri avenue. Mr. Miller and hold services in the Guild hall at K. ';.
) erty on receive applications for loans, appraise -I $2,000; terms. Apply to owner,
i; ;" is to work the place in the absence of 17:30: o'clock in the evening. The pub property! and serve as our P. Butler. Ii'
'I' the owner. Mr. LaVoice expects to lic are invited to attend this service ProgramThursday exclusive representative. Attorney .
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". ,. make his home here next year. and hear Bishop Mann. I or real estate man preferred. Applicants WANTED TO BUY-A good milch
Billy Pale\ has rolled up his sleeves I II. K. Combs and wife, of Chicago, for loans, and applicantsfor cow; must be fresh. and cheap; alsoa 1
r ; and his pants and gone to work-real arrived Monday evening and will - agencies positively required to few swarms of Italian bees. Call ,"1
h, honest. work-who d have thought it spend the summer at this place. We I furnish at least two character references at or address 1108 Mabbekt street. )'
}- of Billy ? Anyhow his property hope they will enjoy themselves and I Morning 9:30. and forward postage, five 11-tf

,i which was not in A 1 condition now make this their home. I Convention Culled to Order, by President, Mrs. Eva C. two-cent stamps, for application
FOUND On sidewalk at en
presents' good appearance and Billy'sconscience Mr. and Mrs. Olive Knight have Kaston.: I blanks, full particulars, and prompt -

I is easy on account of work moved into the cottage bolingiii. ,.' to Hymn-How \Firm a Foundation Congregation I reply. Write Southern Office, I small Wednesday alligator close to postoffice Owner one can
well done. F. C. Williams, on I'cnnsyKunia avenue Devotional Dr. Witherspoon, Presbyterian Church Southeastern Mortgage Loan Assn., purse.
who recover same at Valley Gazette -
and Mrs. 11. G. Woodm Fourth Nat'l. Bank
Mr. President of Bldg., Atlanta t
and Ninth street.Thomas Words of Welcome, Mrs.' Mary E. Aullman, contents and
have been spending the winter at St. I Ga. 9-4t by describing pay-
Biddle and John A. Han- KiKgimmee..
,y '' Cloud, loft Monday for Orlando where kins who have been spending, thewinter I Ii Greetings; _ District President inifor this ad. __ 1 :)
:Y they will visit before going on to their i at this place, left Wednesday I Hymn "Stand Up for Jesus" Congregation WANTED-Orders for cypress field FOR SALT: ;-A Reo touring car, n h. &
.t home at Dnvton, O. for their hoat Smith Haven, Mich. Organization and Enrollment. .. boxes. Prices right Oscoela Lumber p.; excellent condition. Four new
x Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ray, who & Furniture C.,. 29-tf
with Th-y will return to St Cloud next I tires. Price $150. W. A. McCool,
', t :" have been spending the winter 10:00: A. \M. ir. 18-tf
4 Mr. and Mrs Albert Livingston left winter. I DWELLINGS for rent, opply to M _
h ; Thursday for a visit to Tampa Rt.Peter..burjC. Mr. and Mrs Brown who have I been Roll Call of Ex-officio Members by the Recording Secretary Tiller. FOR SALE Full blooded silver laced ,;
the winter at this left of Visitors.
Bradentown and Jacksonville spending place I Introduction 4
,; Wednesday to spend a few weeks at I Miscellaneous Business.Committees Full-blooded Wyandotte eggs; $1.00 per setting.
and from there to their home FORr''ALE Rhode !Island S. T. Fansler. It. F D. T. v
Orlando before to their Chosen Resolutions. Courtesies; Press; Sub- l
at Providence, I R. I I. ; returning ; ; Red chickens; ten hens and one
Mrs. E. E. Williams has returned northern home. I scriptions; Membership. rooster. Mrs. Elbert Sharp, Car- .ORT-W.ednesday, March 3, at city
1 I to| her home on Michigan avenue, after I Mr. Samuel, who has been spending I Report of Officers. son ave, Kissimmee Fla. 12-lt dock or on west side of Southport (
taking care of one of Dan Barber's the winter at the Hartley flats, left on 10:15 A. M. grove, one russet colored leather
,. children which Was very sick, but is Tuesday for his home in Alabama. 'I : STRAWBERRY PLANTS-Send $2.50 pocketbook bearing the name of T.
I '; doing nicely now. I| ----- Local Presidents' Honor March ( two minutes each), for 1000. Cabbage plants at $1.50 M. Brannan, Columbus, Ohio. Finder -
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neff, who have OOOO O A Glance Backward and a Look Forward. Peach, plum, pear and cherry tree returning it to the Valley Gazette
v pleasantly spent the winter here, left 0 y I Superintendents' Conference ( five minutes each). at 10 to 15 cents each. John Light- will be liberally rewarded 12-2tpd
Thursday for their home at Galion, 0'1( 4 THLKMAN CITYMr 4 Good Things from the Old Year, New Things for the New foot, E. Chattanooga Tenn. 48 tf I
II. C. Stanford, of Kissimmee, has : O Year. FOR SALE-Excellent cond-hand
,.) been a frequent business caller at St. I i OOOOOOOOOOOOO FOR SALE-Eight small farms hereis piano in good condition; bargain for
10:30: A. M. ; cash. Call at 321 Verona street -
I ,
t St. Cloud this I end Mrs Alben spent Sundaywith your chance The owner of the
and Mrs. William Kinerk, who Mr. ard MrA Sulllvin I Superintendents of Departments -Evangelistic, Flower Liberty Park subdivision lying 12-ltpd .
have been spending the winter here, I: Mr. end Mrs Ike lironson and Mission, Institute, L. T. L., Medical Temperance close to Kissimmee, authorizes us FOR SALE-Ten room boarding and
left Saturday morning but will\ stopat family were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mother's Meeting/ Purity in Literature to sell eight 5-acre tracts to per- rooming house, corner Broadwayand
St. Augustine and Jacksonville\ before and Art, Press, Sunday School Social Meetingsand who will
I, M rn Stephen Acre,. sons improve them at $40per Brack street. Would trade for
returning to their home at Fort Miss Martha Aoree has returned Red Letter Days, Scientific Temperance Instruction acre $20 down, balance in five smaller property; two lots and good ?I.,
Wayne, Ind. home after HpendliiK the winter. with U. S., Y. W. Branch H. II. and P. E. .ears This is your chance to geta barn. Would exchange for small a
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Carpenter, from her sister at Whlttler Open Parliament"What is Most Needed in Our Com- piece of splendid land at a pri..ewhi'h improved farm. W. M Siver. 8-tf
Springfield, III., who are spending the Mr. MTlliam Kowland wan laid lit munity ?" will probably never be known _
winter at Kissimmee, were St. Cloud again so near the city. Close to FOR R.\ J.F- Several nice young Jersey -
rout in the IM awint 11111 cemetery A.f..
visitors on Saturday. 11 :.30 \ tin- Orlando road. Ii. M. Breaker cows jut; f-onh S. W. DownIng .
Mr. and Mrs Delnak came in Friday I Saturday Ills II ninny fr'tnd' licriintend Election of Officers. & ('o. 12-:'it! -pd Phone 241-L T-tf i
evening after visiting at sympathy to the h'r'av.d Song, "Work, for the Night is Coming" Conln.gationNoontide
and St. Petersburg, and will Tampa'i. family Prayer, State (President, Miss Minnie E. Neal, - ..., 1
Mr. S. Meyers was In Klsslmmci
". some time in our Wonder City Jacksonville --
returning to their home in Rhode on Imslni'BH. Saturday I I" ..
Island. I' Mr' Stephen A crop has hired Professor 12:00f.: \ I

Miss Purdy, who is spending the Barlow of Georgia rs pr'vi.c: I Picnic Dinner. MERCHANTS HOTEL

i winter with friends at Winter Park, tutor for his daughters. EuIOI'KAV I'l.AN
apent the week-end with her parents, Mr. llevett and sons, of Elyria, O 1:00: P. M. ,
Mr. and Mrs. P. V. L. Purdy, on wero lore Monday looking after his Executive Meeting. MCI Kl HNimiKO.> TIIOHOI I.III.\ MOI).:It Y. ,

Maryland avenue. properly. He eantemplaU'S: < building, Popular In prier, centrally located In th* shopping and theater .,.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Clark left Friday this Bprlnn' ..IIHtrt\ --;
for a few visit with friendsat Mr. W. C. !Senslba having compli1'- TIHIRO"C"\ A C'OMMK.HC'IAI. IIOTKI.w4 .
Kissimmee, after which they will\ ed planting his. orange and banana "Let us throw ourselves out into the thickening battleLet .
--- <4t all* es.nven4eneee f 0" the eomf-ert t.-t..JI. pubite- ; -
return to their home at Agra, Kan. orchard, Is now putting In his spring us live the life of action which-t" the onlytruand .
life."-Frances E. Willard. I.AItt.iL1RT "A 1M .E ROOMS WITHOUT EXTRA COST. ,
The Army and Navy union gave a crops. happy
V pink tea at Mrs. Veeders on Thursday Mr. and Mrs W. A. Skinner Mr. ItHtrH lie to (2.SSPECIAL WEEKLY RATII.

March 4. The tables were beautifully and Mrs. W. C. Senslba and Mr. Mey TAMPA FLORIDA 'j
decorated with pink roses, the callers at Pleasant Hill ,
ers were on
-1:30 P. M. .
_ l ladies serving being dressed in white Sunday THURSDAY AFTERNOON FRANKLIN ..d WASHINGTON STS. '

and pink. A large crowd was in attendance Mrs. Rose E. Senslba was under Memorial Service.

"", and enjoyed every moment. the doctor's care the fore part of the _
Mrs. Baker furnished the music, week.
"' which helped to enliven the occasion. Devotion Dr. A. J. Holt, Baptist Church

Pink cakes and Russian tea were served ....00000..0. Hymn, "Blest Be the Tie" _ _ - Choir
after which the hoet. ..' curio. were : : Memorial List. '

inspected. O HIL.L.IARD'8 ISLAND OO Eulogy Mrs. Florence Northrup, St. Cloud

,. Mr. and Mrs. Pierce left Tuesday O State Superintendent, of Institutes. ServiceIS '
.morning for their home In Dakota, but OOO. OOOOOOOOO. O.OOO Solo, "Face to Face, _ Alma Griffin, Kissimmee
expect to return in the fall.
Rev. R. A. Carmine will preach and A party of five, namely, Mr. and .,
hold the first quarterly conference Mrs. J. K. Hll'lard.' Mr. Dillon of "'\;
Friday evening, March 19 at 7 p. m. Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. LaveUtte Buck WHAT WE GIVE YOU AT 1:
Mrs. Carmine will address the Worn4 left Kissimmee Feb-uary 23 on the r
; an's Home Missionary society .t 6 pretty launch "Margaret" en route 2:00: P. M.Possibilities .

p. m. 1 for Fort Myer's. The little voyagewas of a Local Union, Mrs. Elliott, Winter lIavenReadir'lp The Market !
Rev. W. H. Ball will hold servicesat ono of Interest combining pleasure : _ _ _ Mrs. M. C. M. Jones, Frostproof Sanitary b
the Guild Hall on next Sunday afternoon hardships and Madness for the Narcotics Mrs. L. A. .Ix>ckert, Kissimmee
r at 3 o'clock. parents of Carl Milliard, one-) of KIs- Florida State Laws, Mrs. Mary E Metzger, Moline, 111. Formerly ,It. Parlor Market
r Comrades Charles Luce and F. W. slmmeee's most worthy young,; men

,; Pratt have recently added brick fireplace who lost his life over two years ago 3:30: 1'. \M.
to their homes, which makes In the treacherous waters of KlaHlm- Mesdames Meat- We buy our meat in big lots, therefore we buy it cheaper than the little w(
.outh Minnesota avenue a "l eU.," mee river while. returning on his trial Duet, "Down In the Licensed Saloon,
fellow who beef time. Because WE SELL
yard and Depew. buys one at a we buy cheaper ;
i attractive and the above comrades .
more Miami the "Margaret"
trip to With ;
." more comfortable of "a cool Owing to extreme low waters In Lake Paper Mrs. J. J. Johnson Bartow Park CHEAPER and yon save the difference. The following is our business t
Comrade Reading Mrs. Cora Boyer, .
and evening.
1" morning .
Okeechobeee and not being able toenter of Lakeland motto:
I .Pratt, being printer of twentyeight.years' I the Ca'ooMahalchee river tho Scientific Temperance Instruction, Delegate

: "standing and sitting has party returned and came by ok ..- P. M. ,(
"Nonpareil."j 4:30 Sales Small Profits
named his home the -
chobee City, finding It a town with
Messrs.. Cheesman .nd Personett great possibilities, and arrived back Equal Suffrage Mrs. Sarah Matthews St. Cloud
_ built the fireplaces. at Klsslmemo March 4th Mrs. Milliard Discussion _ Lcd by Mrs. Elliott, Winter Haven Quick Delivery H, White Service I,
Mrs. Baxter and niece, Miss Mario kept a diary o' the trip which Song, "Stand Up for Prohibition" Congregation
'' .. Way, of North Carolina, arrived Friday will be long remembered of Committees. TRY US NOW i.I i

,,, + to spend a few dayi I with Mrs. Mrs. H. C. 1.lghl ey and little W.Report C. T. U. Benediction; Numbers 6:24:25:26.The : : : .I'
Baxter, who resides on Illinois avenue daughter. Mildred are visiting! for a THE SANITARY MARKET :
!t' ; ... and Thirteenth street. few days at their old home on Mil Lord bless thee and help thee. The Lord make His ,
r' y J. E. Hayes, a recent employe of liard's Island.GROWS face shine upon thee and be gracious unto thee; CALL.PHONE 44
the Tribune, was in the city Wednes the Lord lift up His countenance unto thee, and

!dE"t rI day.Mr. Hummel, wife and two children, FINE CELERYON give thee peace. k

d whoh ave spent the winter at SL Adjournment ;;i io

F I Cloud, left Wednesday for their home

+ t.4 in Ohio. CYPRESS ISLANDR. ooo ooooooooooooooo. oooooO'OOO tooooo..o...
( b Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Whitbeck, who ." .
"r have been spending the winter at the "The Lord hath done great things for us, whereof woe are

.,, home morning of Mr.for Arrowsmith their home, left at Boone Tuesday P. Hansen is proving that fine glad. '-Psalms 126-3. Service ,! Quality I y."!"E! Economy !I''! ,! j

la., but expect to return next winter I oelery can be grown in this sectionas ;1:
1 for all time. the result of his two acre plat r if
; Miss Aledo Laudenbach, who has of this product on Cypress island. EVENING SESSION 7:00 P. M.
.'(", been spending a few weeks with Miss Mr. Hansen has already shipped These Are the Foundation Stone of our 'I,

,''/ ','V Corinne Arrowsmith, left Tuesday for between 500 and 600 crates of cel- "Onward Christian Soldiers" Choir \.
j '1 her home at Urbana, O. ery off this tract and will have about Hymn Devotional, _ Rev. A. M. Chisholm, Christian Church Prescription Department t
ll Born to Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ed- 800 crates more to be shipped. Kissimmee t
c Solo Miss Lucy Witherspoon,
s +'. x' wards Monday, March 8, 1915, a boy. He has averaged between $1.50 and Addresses of Welcome: When you want Drugs your Physician has ordered let ui fill Lit I
q '<+ Mr. and Mrs.- A. F. Parrish and $1.75 per crate and the prices are Mayor H. R. May
better that. he is likelyto In Behalf of City order. We can give you the careful attention that all prescriptions ,
'I daughter, Nina, departed on Tuesday betting so In Behalf of Schools _ Professor Evans '
Ark. after considerably mory for future should have. We use only the Purest Drugs, exact and iatelhgence.
r. morning for Fort Smith, get Duet Miss Virginia Hinton and Miss Mary Carson measures rt
2 several months spent in the Wonder shipments. In Behalf of Churches Dr. Lawler, Methodist Church Our prices are as low as any and we deliver to any part of J i

? i J City. arrested C. R. In Behalf of Local Union Miss Cochrane, Kissimmee the city. I 11
Mr. Harold Ricketts and Miss Sheriff L. Ingram
: Rummel were united in mar Jenkins, jr., this week on word from Response to Addresses of Welcome, Mrs. Florence North Tell your Physician to 'phone us your prescription, or we will toad. > iJ'.

.1' 't\, Han at the home of the Baptist minister Sheriff J. P. Flournoy, of Shreveport, rup, State Superintendent of Institutes. for it and return the drug as soon ss is possible. ] ', \ ,
,. *1n Kissimmee Friday evening, La., that he held a warrant for the
.eN; ; 'March: 6, at 8 o'clock. We extend our young man charging embezzlement.: Solo, "Spirit of God" (By Neidlinger), Mrs. P. K. Weaver, Let us have your business and we will demonstrate our ability . ;'
f' heartiest congratulations to these He is being held to await the arrivalof Kissimmee. to hold it. tV
'ee1 officer from the Louisiana city. ;,p'
people. !.
't) young 't.
', ;\>b r:. .. There will be box social on Monday The Turkish empire U composed of 8:00 P. M. _, .

4. -; -f ::evening at the to L the O. F.Ladies'hall.; many mixed races. It inclo ". Greeks, Address, Miss Minnie E. Neal, State President, Jack If.'j
:,, The proceeds an go Armenians Jews ) 4
Slavs Albanians >
4lJ. .; ;.' building fund. sonville. 'fr,1f1
.":_ this and Circassians. Selection Male Quartette ; \
,Iii ''f : Everyonecome'" and help Silver Offering. .I r '''*
': :' "noble worts.. r0. A new telephone convenience eon Song, "God Be With You Till We Meet Again; Congregation. e s ,
d 4. Mr.":and.'Mra., James Grimm entertained slats of-stencil on a string andstring .
1;: a..coupl.. l friends on Tuesday which keeps it out of the way. Benediction .. Rev. A. M. Chisholm >
.- (;"DInC'' at their home on the edge oft put always} ready for making notes. \ Quick DeliYery" Telephonl41

'. .. ( __ J,>Jlrlr endMr.rGrimm"have, a is-used'' extenslvely .. t .
whale meat -
and Canned L
) and orange grove :
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