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 19, 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: VID00690
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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l'' REPRESENTEDINW.CJ.U. Washington-, D. C.-The compO o BUILDING I'SI .

9P bf the currency has ap- ,
an application for per- O
.. to organize the Fir.t.

Bank of Kissimmee. ... .. .. ,
with 950.000 capitaL O STARTEDRivers t' : :: '
Tho.e financially interested O .
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L. Lesley, G. T. Singletary I '
Totals'Give" $10,659.78 Expended .
Bass, B. C. Miller and W. M,

; District Convention .. O 0 to Erect 2-Story HOW MONEY WAS SPENT ON ROADSIN ': (in .Kissunmee-Die.

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Structure Corner OSCfOLA COUNTY DURING 1914 Alloted to St:Cloud Section. ''
Here is Big Success KISSIMMEE IS '. -. ,

A tabulation of At amounts roadwork\ Osceok WASV '
WAY NOW OCCUPIRD BY BOOKSTORE county daring the year i'l4. mad up from the voucher paid by ,
TERIAN CHURCH THURSDAY I the commissioners skew Ui.
conaty following figures:
HKHE DES MOINKH IOWA, MHO MAY District No. 1 (which iaclode KiMimmee"' )____________$10,659.78 ,
THAN AT HASTINGS LOCATE HERE LATER. District Ne. 2 (which includes Campbell7,070.39 .: .

Fourteen states of the union OF AS GOOD IF NOT BET-. District No. 3 (which includes St dead)__________..1 10,369.49 Careful andSearchinglnves, -' .k ;
J. P. Johnson of Des Moines, Iowa -- >
:represented among the delegates QUALITY. who with his wife spent a short timein District No. 4 (wkick iachides Whittier)_______-,____ C.44423 tigaUon Made,to'ASCUtaitt 9

attended the sixth annual Kissimmee purchased through District No. 5 (which includes Basseager)____________ 6,096.00 *
be In ,
of the Woman' Christian potatoes can grown the i Rest
t Breaker A Barclay the Rivera bu"dIne True "acts and Set at : ,
aaoeT Union of the Seventh District of KUaJm-nee just as profit- on Broadway. "
Florida which was held here at if not more profitably than In This at 140, 4540 the Complaints''Made. *',?
building is present occu- -- ------------------ --------------- %
Presbyterian church on Thursday.The famous Hastings section Is the pied by the Wenner-Sawyer book ..
church was beautifully : of H. C. Avant. who has tried store. "

rated for the occasion in cut crops In both sections. Mr. Johnson Is a large shoe dealerin Figures talk .load. ia aay'arguneataad .
ks and a handsome bouquet bedecked is firmly convinced that the '
and made the '
DesMolnes purchase aad fact totetkor
kites are,
desk of the chairman, Mrs. Eva section is even superior
.r.\ Easton, of St. Cloud, as a gift that around Hastings. To prove as wife an were investment highly pleased but he with and Kia-his NARROWLY ESCAPES TRUCK ASS'N PLANS mater sfleacers tkaa,tk* ,....
the Kissimmee union. Dinner he really believes what he say. Krnpp pal ., Genaaay.'
slmee and he expects eventually to
served for the visiting delegates has returned 'rom Hastings, elite kas keea'some tsIk ail cssa-'
here and In business
r the Chapter House, while all of he has a 40-acre tract to de move Dr. T. M. Rivers engage, who so'd this r t' DROWNING IN LAKE FOR INCORPORATIONFIRST'sdttrid dead aad tke,ceatmis-
visitors were comfortably cared for his time '
to here. I
' a potato crop fa'
property la preparing to erect a new ia wkick st. Goad
J. the homes of hospitable (, has one tract of about nine 1
two-story building on his lot at the located beiaf. .dbcriavaatodagaiast
residents I were
north of the city the road
on corner of Broadway and Possiel ave- MRS S. E. GARDNER FALLS STEPS TAKEN AND COMMITTEE \
the session of ,
tke tka'aaieaatspeat
During morning I Orlando and two other tracts matter, r,l
In fact, for this build-
I were elected for the ensuing year the center of the city, making was broken ground this week. OVERBOARD WHILE ON FISHING APPOINTED TO RE- apoa rotdwork. ia',coatparisosiwitk . a!./ollows: Mrs. Eva C. Easton, all about 16 acres A visit to This new building will adjoin that TRIP BUT IS RESCUED AF- PORT SATURDAY GOVERNMENT otker sectioas of tke coaatr.* n
Cloud. potato tracts proves Mr. Avant's being erected by R. D. Waring. Con- TO .la order. ta fet at tile ,real facts J'tII. "
Vice-president, Mrs. Hallie Gazette shown tractor Frank Bass, who is buildingthis > casa'aad ta ascertam the tratk ...
Valley man was
., structure says that It will be en- I r .....
, on, Lakeland. his tract north of the city one falsity,of,tke complaint, tke ,
secretary, Mrs. tirely completed within three weeks Mrs S. E. Gardner narrowly The Osceola County Fruit.',sad .
Recording ; "' this week and no finer field of escaped Valley Gazette this week .... asearckiac -
Kissimmee. Contractor Bass will have charge drowning while out fishing in Truck Growers association held a
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t-poon. could be
potatoes any- of tbs records
f.. Treasurer Mrs. Esther Daniels, of the erection of the Rivers building the lake Thursday morning. Presenceof meeting at the city hall last Satur- inTettir.atioa
The In fine
plants are con- and will start to work upon it Immediately ia' tka elks af Caaaty dork J. L..
Cloud. showing a beautiful deep mind on her part enabled her to day which was well attended and ,
All of the officers were afloat Kelp points of interest and to .
color and the tubers themselves keep until came: althoughshe many profit '
j with the exception of Mrs. begun to at a rapid rate. went down twice.Mr i the members were discussed. "-, ...-Witk"". asslctaace .. Jasses, MJokatteadeputy .
: spoon, who succeeds Mf s. Kinney, hills uncovered grow Mr. Avant and Mrs. Gardner went out County Demonstration Agent B, E. clerk :rspreieats.-#. tofive '\ "
,- Winter Haven. by WILL INVITE PRESSASSOCIATION into the lake early yesterdaymorn-' Evans, notified the members that th. : ...
Delegate Attending.Delegates prove the quality of the product ing in a row boat and were about government would furnish bacteriA ., Ike VaDsy Gazette .Neat'erar. : s' . .
?f//"1-. .who were in th m to be as fine as anyone ready to return when Capt.R. G. Ca- tor- inoculatinglegumeerops4r.e'.of ...-,upMdita.--.aautt.: ... ...'
,-" at the meeting were: Avon wish for. If they continue at HEREA nova passed by in his motorboat and charge. He urged' upon the grow adssioaert. span'readwerk. doriaf tI \
:Mrs. Cora Winter Haven present rate he will easily\ pro- offered them to keep record showing gains
Boyer; to tow ashore. His offer era a : 1914. / ;
Algie C. Elliott; Frostproof, fifty or more barrels to the was accepted and Mr. Gardner climbed and losses von crops so that accurate year. Tke l slewed..tkat. .:total; : ', af
:Martha Duncan; :partoW, Mrs. J. committee composed of J. W. aboard the motorboat with the reports can be made and ,the causes 6stns a .,.
Mrs. 1<'. P. Avant declares that he uses ascertained both for and losses. $40,045.80 was spatspas.r.ada;% .Is.Oac. .
f" Johnson and Day; Thompson W. J. Sears, C. W. Grif- anchor chain as a tow Una. Mrs. profits
: land, Mrs. J. W. Turner; St. fertilizer to the acre than he did fin, W. B. Crawford and W. B. ,. Gardner was sitting in the stern of The Rev. A. M. ChUholm,' pastorof .... caaaty .. 1914.; l!: :t. .
Mrs. Sarah A. Matthew. Mrs. G. Hastings and that his potatoes Harris will go to Miami next week to the row boat. When the motorboat the Christian church, cave'a talk ,It was the parpes tkea. af'Ike'lavTestifaters .
v. Northrup, Mrs. May E. HOldenl look better than any be saw attend the state convention of the was started up, it had obtained considerable to the growers on the subject: of .. ascertals Jast*-ksjw:AataaMaat :
.' Esther A. Daniels, Mrs. in that section. Florida Press association and to extend -: momentum before the slackin growing, and marketing vegetables.. .
, .- Sear. Mrs. Eva C. Ashton potatoes are of what is com- to the editors the invitation of the chain was taken up.. As a result Be,.emphasized the need of bettering; ., ...., wss'apportioaed. lad. ;..

..+JjPhoebe Depew, and Mrs. Arniie ) known a. the Rose Four va- Kissimmee to bold the next annual when the slack 'was taken up conditions as to..bippnigfoelmr'd tke. Tarieus dubHcbx" _. ". . ,
yard; Kissimmee, Mrs. Mary E. \ and should be ready for mar meeting, in this city. the row boat started'ahead with' a General in Tka tabulated record of..l.aeb. r&[ '.
man and Mrs. Mary C. Clark. to'.o. ,within a .little' more {than" .a There is every reason to expect that ..uddenj.rk"and Mrs. >Gardner ...aathl'Own which it was argued tRat the association was gone over,'. one at :a* tiw'I,a.d. J '.... :
t ,': The"morning,session opened at : the editors will aecept'th. invitation.It into the water. should be Incorporated in order :' .
'o'clock and the devotional is net doubt from the result has been, the custom in the .past Captain Canova'reversed'Ms engineas that It. may become a working or wkere'tie record was at medy.ia.r' : */ ,
sW. "wer* led by Dr.. Witherspoon of, Mr., Avanfs experiment, that Kls-I for the" city making the best show quickly as possible and Mr.'. Gard: ganization and not, 'as some of the u t* wUck district Ik* ssoneyallotted ; ....t ,;.
.,# Presbyterian church. The can be made Just as prom1- ing next to the one selected to be given net'jumped into the row boat'-to, go members putt it, simply. 'a, talking. . to tke Teucker itself aad .tke.
were welcomed bjr Mrs. Mary E. in the potato market as Hast the meeting in the year following. to Mrs. Gardner' rescue As he did .machine. - bill attacked was soagkt aad ".,"'-; ,
*man, president of the .. If more farmers will take up Kissimmee made a good showing at so the anchor chain fell overboard andas A committee w.a' appointed report formation desired was ascertsiaed. A' -
union. The district president ex crop In future seasons. Fort Myers last year when Miami was he did not notice it in the excite- at the next meeting upon the .
gates. the same tract of land within the this city should be given the meeting the meantime Mrs. Gardner, holding be incurred in incorporating the body. ''and the sjaonnU set...... ; ,a
Routine business and reports few days and will then .plant next year. her breath, sank into the lake This matter was probably the most ',It was a loaf,tedious labor, bat with ;Jdifirence J
I' 'e committees occupied the remainder for a fall crop a little later The coming of the editors will mean twice, coming up in time to grasp important considered and it Is likely aad eueI...... ,tke: eatireyears .
the morning session much to Kissimmee and every effort some fishing poles reached to her by that incorporation will be 'definitely bills aad tk. "
t Afternoon .Session. will be made to land the convention. Captain Canova. She held to these decided upon at the meeting: one week were gea..ver. ajt-
,. The afternoon session was until Mr. Gardner was able to come from tomorrow. urea tabulated k,Tk figures .as gives .

.,. with devotional exercises led by GOLF COURSE to her aid and she was pulled into the ia accompaayiaf''-table .are 1Ia...4 'r J
A. J. Holt, of the Baptist church PROMINENT MEN PAY motorboat and brought ashore. .... ap from the tabalatioa aad tkey

-eulogy was read by Mrs Flor She was badly frightened and suffered BROWN BOUND OVER skew te.cladvely'tbat. St.. dead has \ .--
;;\ Northrup, of St. Cloud, state CITY from overwrought nerves for -
institutes Following WOULD HELP aol been discrimiaated afalast . :
tendent of VISIT TO KISSIMMEE several hours, but she is now fullv ,'"' .
Miss Alma Griffin, of Kissimmee, recovered much to the of In fact tk. kites skew tkat ]Uswf; i isimmee P. ', )i- '

prettily rendered a solo "Face her many friend., who rejoice in her TO THE GRAND JURYDan tk., larftstcity,,,tke:county 10* _.M,:.!
i" Face." Other numbers on the Kitisimmte should give more State Senator J. S. Blltch, of Mont- escape from what seemed at the timea 'I seat, sad. rest important tradinr paiat"-"": ''''''. "
: gram were: "Possibilities of a to a golf course was the brook, J. B. Epperson, president of serious accident I tke' '
\ Union," Mrs. Elliott, Winter ; of Otis H. George, golf in- the Citizens Bank of Wllliston and Brown charged with"the murder ia conaty., get Jut $29029 men! 3. .,

reading Mrs. M. C.MrsJL.eA. i sat Winter Park, who was in L.. C. Hester president of the Willis- of Bob Johnson In February last tor-roads'" \. .its"-district. ;tba diitSt'", taoui ,
"'.1. proof: 'Narcotics. this week. Mr. George was I' ton' manufacturing company spent INDIAN COMMISSIONER was given a preliminary hearing on, .. "a :
?It ert, Kissimmee; Florida State I at the Kissimmee Golf club I Weane ay In Kissimmee Monday before County Judge Murphyand '
Mrs. Mary M k in the Licensed Saloon," i thinks the city should WEAVER PUNS FOR
Down George accompanying Mr. Hester on a VISITS KISSIMMEEL. the sum of $500. lie furnished bond .
,. dames Meatyard and Depew; 'I a golf course closer in on higher business trip and made a record run and was Immediately released from.: .
n :Mrs. J. J. Johnson, Bartow; dryer ground and he believes that to Kiasimm from Williston on custody.
:Mrs. Cora Boyer, Avon Park; attention were given to (
proper Tuesday. In nine hours running Brown was represented'at his trial At'INIAN CUM -
s* -ttfc Temperance Instruction de : matter larger number of tourists time they visited Ocala Leesburg A. Spencer. Florida Indian com- by Tom Palmer, of Tampa, one of the .
I: Mrste of Lakeland; "Equal I If come here and spend the win- Bustls, Orlando Sanford and Kissim- mlsioner, whose headquarters are at best known criminal lawyers la 'the ... >f"> i' 'i

f Sarah Matthews, St. Cloud; mee. a distance of 180 miles in 'Mr.Iester's Miami spent several days this week state.. The prosecution was represented Weaver, cashier of the CsU-:'.
cussion, led by Mrs. Elliott, brings the report that the golf \ automobile.All in Kissimmee. by Judge Joe Jones, stet. a attorney sons Bank is a native of Indiana dud< '
',( Haven; song, "Stand Up for at Winter Park is crowded of the men were well pleased Dean Spencer as he is known Is Pat .Johnson and J, A. Roe, of believes that there... enough forntar; -,.
t vtlon," congregation; report of day and that the hotels there with the growth and progress of Kisslmmee. always an interesting talker about Orlando. A number of witnesses were Hoosiers in Kissimmee and vicinity to' .,
;' tees; W. C. T. U. benediction; had more guests than they could the Seminoles of Florida, whom he examined and about the same evidence organic ber an Indiana dub, similarto ,\';
hers 6:24:25:26.: : care of all winter. term. the only real Indians left in adduced as was given at the coroner's .that already formed by the Ohioans
t Evening Session. a good golf course here said America. He hi. census shows hearing shortly after the killing. At '" +
says ;All over Florida,where people-hewer;.' ,
at eaimmee would have .
en\ The evening session began George, MANY LOTS SOLD AT that about 600 Seminoles now living this) hearing; it will be remembered settled from other cUo.-of..*'
than she could
1J! t '-o'clock with the singing of the winter" guest; la Florida. This tr'be Is the Brown was released on self-defense tall States clubs h..ethe benjtojsa
"Onward. Christian Soldiers/-by for. t at he which plea. -
,"' led only one present says former residents of various i
choir,.followed Chiaholm by devotional of the I PUBLIC AUCTION SALE has not a single case of tuberculosisor Th dub Idea''has probably rsg r
Vthe Rev. A. M. In Mr. '
trachoma. tact Spencer of perfection td
... '. ian 'church. Addresses follows:of., SHIPMENTS,GOv A A MAal ** declares that there Is not today a WATERS & CARSON TO Peter'sburt-where almost every,sa

were. delivered of as the .chool..: V V %,-" Quite a number of lots were sold' single case of contagious disease in the onion i, represented.. dmnn;. i
behalf .
In auction sale the In the Indians winter'months,4. ".*: ; rev> s
St the public on among ?
'' '(In" behalf in behalf of the of schools the churches .:ON AT LIVELY RATE gram property last Mondays I I Mr. Spencer also told of the recent INCREASE CAPITAL ,"' Here. however,"there ar* petm
Ecru; church in A largo crowd was attracted to the eapture of John Ashley, the alleged resident :.who'camel t originally)

"3 lr 'Lawler,,local Methodist union. Miss; .. .' scene of the scale by the liberal offer bank robebr, who was also wanted . other:states who"could '.find' 'ai
i, , -of; the Mrs. I "o' of prises, all of which were awarded,I upon a charge of having killed I>.- pleasure ia association, with.. . tfcs*' :
; _The :response was given by the .. i movement oil rosin shipments and tile muse ot the concert band. Soto Tiger, one of the Seminole In- Th. Waters ell Carson Grocery com met dU......: ;_' ,. jIndianan. .
nc* ,Northrup. During Wells.The I the, Consolidated,Nrsl; Stores The .sal was In charge of the dians. Mr. Spencer was a member of pany at a meeting of,the stockholders Mr. ..Weaver asks that' all i_
solo',was rendered: by down the river Is going ahead be held in will increase
.-a : p, United Realty company, of Wilmington the pools which captured Ashley and to April : give hbn.thelrD&meeaddrene.
principal number onthe rite. five carloads each its stock from the
the of : capital to 9100,000 that he
who handledthe ho told Stories of so may make
address of N. C., and the men many Interesting !
was the : ,of '
Ing program W. H. Matthews, ofOr the present capital $50,000. J? list and call a meeting for:orgition.
; t::Minnie. b.'of Jacksonville- '. i .,rosin: la brought'up' by'>> Capt. details were. .' capture.Mr. This Js a large.capitalisation for:agrocery ."' This information may be ..
at T.
auctioneer 0 eQ- to
N. C.
of W. C.T..TJ. en.boro. ; Spencer wn .probably
-president in six ofmee'and
boat"and loaded, hero,, for company a dtyths to him personally at the bank or \
Iwa. closed with Wallace'of Wilmington,'N.'C., manager the coming session
'." cTh, meeting : to Jacksonville., .. A' Tallahassee during v the 'company is',one warded to him by postcard.vr
1edict1 JE. D. ,by- 4h..'KerA..' M.//{ ',carloads were,seat/.out',last. of,tb*company; JS S.'Haselden.t .I, of the legislature to' Klv.hiaadrlce of 'whichth. dty"sbould : .W;M.'Niehola,
Ky., and to
,, '' "' : 'aad five more went, out .on Lancaster &ll.d.couDsel any'measuresla :' Tbs company, doing both a retail a club, :meeting. toperfectIr <
.pertDtell.cletl.t efJclar; of,this wek- ." of;Waycross.Oa-.ias.assistants.: ; -\ ,I which the Indians are.concerned. and wholesale business of "between tion., _. L; -a.1 ,'. .
oA C.,'B.' Towel'- -ItI.'Quit: likely!that' 1Si}will bo 1300,000( and $400.000 a"year,'stands '
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instruction' returned : . Is supply of aim*.14 r car- 1'1&tt.,A 34eFarland.:the local .- '
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bin-come. 'the wholesale : .
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) called apoa high amour grocery .f.V'W\BUW..i.t ...
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\ la the :ready shipment dealers sent consign- !
the camp sway
Prom Inspection trip t* stltand
aa to.1N Introduced to ollot It...... of th* 'outside of .
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'i{%':mt Basnsager aad.Oreeley,.ciBe ,* ,It, Is'Ukely, : that Jn*,shipments{ mnt 260' rabbits this; week.T- Co4b'l porttoa At.laa4 U. he.Iadiaas T and J.ItibnvBli IsFitt lal'ftK S : "

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sia' first prime minister died last
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Friday. Will DECIDE UPON All the meat market and grocery .The St. Cloud branch of the Osce- 4

. :fI} : AND MOUTH!! DISEASED LIVE STOCK Japanese tore* In Kissimmee hare agreed, be- ola Fruit and Truck 'Grower Asso-:.
The ; government has scot elation held ameeting at St. Cloudon
80.1 OO xnore troop. into China and LEGAL FIELD BOX ginning April let to close every day Tuesday at which some' thirty
'' -- there ant now 60,000 Japanese soldiers except Saturdays and Monday at 6 members were ia attendance. '

i'i'\I. Jacksonville. -Shipment* of cattle, ease. The car*' or boats must be hi Manchuria, Shantung, 'TlenTsln p. m. B. E. Evan. county demonstrationagent 4II
ruminantsand swine bedded with sand.Carriers .
sheep and other and Hankow. fotUIT
fro instate now under federal quarantine TO This system was followed out last want to the meeting

t '<' were banned by the state board Are Barred. The explosion of a large oil tank MEET AT ORlu\NIK SATURDAYTO lumraer until December let and provd Kissimmee. )
'-Ii of health when the body issued a rigid ""No wagons .or emigrant movables adjoining: the LOng Island railroad TAKE UP MATTER OK/ LEG > a great success No Inconvenience The meeting, which was held inthe )
l order to go Into effect immediately. containing cattle, sheep' goats or freight yard rn Brooklyn Saturday IHI.ATIOV TO HTANDAKDIZ, I city hall, was devoted) almost en-
This action is to protect against foot swineor hay or grain or other fod- killed four boy and seriously injured was felt by the public and tha storekeepers ,
t/ and mouth disease. The order is statewide der, thai) be moved into the state from seven other persons. Four laborersare ME. lTnE VHKI t IN CJKOV. and their clerks were greatly growing I
/1 with the foot and jeneflted by having the evenings off hold an al-day group meeting
state infected reported missing.
In effect and will protect nearly any
k; I, '
I.l} 1,000,000 ',. ". Floridians. or other substance of animal origin, A German statement admitted the courthouse in Orlando tomorrow of --
I.' l i(: : Announcement of the quarantine such as hides, hoofs and hair, which I capture by the British of Neuve Chap I citrus. fruit growers to decide upon a -

.;. ... made by Dr. Joseph. Y. Porter, are liable to introduce the disease infection pelle, last Friday, but said attempts standard field box. This moet I
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state! health officer, Immediately after shall be shipped Into or Ito I gram further ground in that part the second of its kind held in Orlando. ,I :! PURITY
r "11', '' \ adjournment of the board's annual brought into the state from any of 'of the eastern war zone were defeated 'At the first meeting Col. T. J. Wat- : ICE CREAM CO.t

;,L9 \. meeting, which opened at noon. It the infected states in any manner Lincoln Beachey, the-famous Amer- :I kins, L. L Payne and J. W Sadler I II
I t was declared that none of the counties "All cars, boats and other vehicles were appointed to go over the matter I ,
ican killed while
t used in the of live stock aviator, was Sunday with the The meeting Saturday '
transportation growers. {
far have reported the |
j t.I i/.i' of so the disease, but the board appearance decidedto into the state shall first be cleanedof making Panama-Pacific an exhibition flight In at San the .I has been called by thorn. No. 8 Darlington Avenue :' ':'j

"; take the necessary precautions all litter, and then be washed witha I exposition It is the intention of those promot-- :
J' Francisco lIe fell 3,000 feet to his ,
disinfectant mixture made of not ing the movement to have the field I
.i against its introduction, which if it
reached a serious stage would lead to more than one and one-half pound of I, death In San Francisco bay. box conform with the present stand- We manufacture the following j4I j4-

federal quarantine for this state, crystal carbolic acid to each gallon of' The Swedish steamer Anna strucka ard shipping box.
water, or liquid cresohs composites, S. S. Griffin, representativeelectfrom
which sar escaped I mine off Scarborough on the east
"Shipments of horses and mule I six ounces to every gallon of wtaer, coast of England, Saturday, and foundered Orange( county, has agreed: to introduce I Cream
originating: In states under federal or ether disinfectants recognized and Two members of her crew were in the legislature at the com- '
:r control on account of foot and mouth approved by the federal government. I killed by the explosion. Eighteen; ing session a bin setting legal size ,
The offer still further for the for a standard field box and it is at
disease destined to the state of Flor- goes were rescued by a passing: steamer.
ida, shall, in addition to other existing convenience of those wbo will be affected -I his request that the citrus fruit men 4
.'t \ regulations, have their feet and by the quarntine and lists such Mrs. John D. Rockefeller died last. are to decide upon what they think
tails disinfected under official stateor states a* are considered infected with Friday at the Rockefeller country I the measurements of the box should Sherbets Punches :

; federal observation," reads the order the foot and mouth disease These home at Pocantico Hills, just outside be.
in part. "All hay, straw or similar are: Connecticut, Delaware, Districtof of Tarrytown, N. Y. Her husband and It is Mr. Griffin's (contention that !
material) used for feed must be Columbia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, son were in Florida at the time and the standard field box is an absolute I .1
: bedded by affidavit of the owner to Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, New rushed to New York from Ormond by necessity In Florida The wide rangein ;
the effect that same has at no time Hampshire, New Jersey. New York, special train. the sizes of field boxes used has ) =ETC.= '
bee held on premises infected with Ohio, Pennsylvania. Rhode Island, Vir- caused. no end of trouble in the past i ;.1 I II
I and WIR"onsin.Ill The British Admlrall announcedon and the only reel argument made ,
the contagion of foot and mouth dis ginia, Washington
Monday. the sinking/ of the, (n.! TinHn against it now is the cost. of buying I VANILLA CHOCOLATE PEACH.
cruiser Dread. n near Juan 1 ITnamle I I new boxes. Mr. Griffin has a plan '. NUT. FRESH FRUIT STRAW I
? Island by the English shin I to satisfy this complaint. !II"! explained BERRY. ORANGE BISQUE TUTTI- '

:: Florida Drainage Ass'n. tlHHKOw and cruiser Onus Tin (;.1,ii i .. this on a recent visit. to Ki Mmmee Ice Cream FRUITTI LEMON BANANA. CHERf': 'i..
man crew was saved fifteen of 1h Mr. (;Griffin's plan is to have all the
number being" badly! Injured boxes now in use stamped by a state
Meet in Jax. March 25The --- official, showing their, capacity and to CREAMS ETC.PINEAPPLE. .
: to The United States circuit court of allow their use until they are no longer
appeals. in Cincinnati reversed the ills, serviceable, when the owners will Sherbets LEMON, ORANGE
--- trio court which found John II. Patterson l hI' obliged to buy new boxes of the LIME. GRAPE, CHERRY. ETC. r"f
Reixind{ annual I'oll\pnllo'l+ of'' In the date which" will bring about and tw..nty-four other officials i' standard sire.
the Florida Prulnnge AHKOI'lalicni+ ill'' the. "early dew loumcnl) of these tu..Irenoii of the National Cash Register, <'on>- Mr. Griffin intends to take his family !
t convene at the Hoard of '1 rade sham-I re C'", that all organized effortbe pliny guilty of violating the Sherman with him when he goes to Tallahassee -
bers. JHC'ksonlt ille. Fla. on March 25. made, by those. already !'nlciesteil law The case was sent back to the and will motor to the state cap I Ices PINEAPPLE LEMON ORANGE. .
al 9 a III. All those /In l lrt In order to Interest others. and tit, district court for a new trial. ital, having taken a. house there for I LIME GRAPE CHERRY. ETC.
of I the'.aM( urea of wet only way to secure such orgum/ deffort I t the session
or overflowed 1 land In the* ntatt me In through an aKSOclilljii both' The German; drive at Przasnysc, +in ,I
urged to attend l IhlH. convention an the Florida Drainage] "H''Jf1.1 northern Poland, had carried t the ail
T' e groat Importance" ) of reclamation I Ilf 1t.1M I made what I II was In "<'nild > valuing army within, two and on<'.half I KRAUS TO OPEN UP
Punches ANY KIND.
miles Berlin announcedofficially
of th-
by drainage/ In Florida 1 Is" I be. as "shown, by Its c'onstitul ion city
: brought forcibly to mind l uL<'n we The tunablealui of UK, lands'" in Saturday Russian. .\
\ stop to consider" that of the J7,5Ut-) the state of Florida would 1 :L>H Increased of recent victories were rpport./. / NEW 50-ACRE FARM \. :

; 000 acres of land in the state, some" many millions of dollars bv various German successes WE PACK AND DELIVER OUR GOODS ANYWHERE IN THE CITY.
It is said that two battles 7,200
10.800,000 acres, or more* than one- the reclamation of the vast 'irea of --
half of the entire area, is classed by I fertile wet, swamp and overflowed Russians were captured I J E.: kraus, secretary of the Nar- CATERING WITH ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO *
\ the United States as wet and at times. lands, and the bealthfuliiext ot 'he Harry K. Thaw was acquitted Sat- coowHeo Farm and Townsite .company Weddings, Church Socials, Lodge Socials
to overflow, but which Is citizens of the state would undoubtedly
subject reclaimable was in Kissimmee Wednesday on his
urday on a charge of criminal conspiracy
and all .J
\ permanently by dralnaK"for be materially Increased growing{ out of his escape from way for a tr'p to the East Coast! Society Affairs
1 agricultural purpose The greater Those", Interested are urged to attend Mattewan asylum in 191'1 The jury While here he conferred with B. K SUNDAY DINNER ORDERS DELIVERED PACKED IN ICE.
i er part of these wetlands are un- the convention to be held at also acquitted the four men indicted t Kvans: county demonstration agent i

doubtedly the most fertile In tile Jacksonville, on Thursday March 25, and tried jointly with Thaw. New In to the machinery necessaryfor
'.: slate, and will become the most productive 1915; full discussion of the matters York will make an effort to have Thaw .a new 50-acre farm, \lvlilch is GIVE. US YOTJ.R ORDERS .

w when properly reclaimed which properly come before the meet returned to Mattewan, but his attorneys soon to open up near Lake A. J. and
... Florida has not been as active as : Ing wl'l' be encouraged; Many of declare that his ultimate freedom Lake. ll'ndon Mr Evans will prepare -
t ''t J.a. otber states In the reclamation of wet the iiiott proirilnent" of lie'lain. and citizens la now In sight. an estimate for Mr. Kraus at THE PURITY ICE CREAM CO.
or overflowed lands. It Is neciutar"In of the state will address the once ,
order to create the sentlmv-nt Iii convention It la desired that every A statement issued by Chairman The new farm will be planted In

favor of drainage of the wet land part of the elate be represented I I Fitzgerald( of the house appropriation) !: velvet beans cowpeas, cap cane, sugar McCORKEL & THOMAS, Props.

........ -- --- committee and Representative Gillett, : cane and citrus trees .

::: RAILROADS 1 $ CONTINUE < .o .o oooo reported ranking republican that the appropriations member this of week the "The Taste Tells"KISSIMMEE

: totalled .,'
4* UNION CENTER. *0 last 115.121,409 session; that congress contracts involvin$1- A WONDERFUL HEALING INFLUENCE I I . FLORIDA.The .

4w : .o ooooo o o otO additional appropriations of $37,400- . '. 1
: WORK FOR GRAPEFRUIT 000 were authorized and that a treasury .
: Fred Harvey returned from Orlando deficit IB probable Places. Where You Always Save Money 1 1
-- 'r"
r" last week, where he has been for several -
.' John B. McManus, a prominent A year and iThalf ago I was taken ,"
LKNDlNG. weaki.
I t"ICDVCAT1 PUDIJO TO EATING Mr and Mrs Smith and Evelyn and American resident in Mexico city, was with a severe attack of Kidney trouble The FAIR PLAY MEAT MARKET ,
t Mrs. W. H. Clark visited Mr. and Mrs. shot and killed in his home last. Fridayby that pained me to such an extent that
LUSCIOUS FRVIT ON DINING Wetherbee Monday afternoon.One Zapata troopers as they were occupying morphine had to be given me. Was '
( CARS ANI IN THEIR HOMKH: of the social events of the the Mexican capital after its tended by a doctor who pronouncedit Saturday and Monday Specials S
ISi Car- as Stone in the Bladder and pre- \
PRICES FOB PORTIONS HAVE week was an informal farewell recep- evacuation by General Obregon's
'I tion by Mr. and Mrs Wetherbee in ranza forces. The United States has scribed Lithia Water. I took Lithia Spareribs Lamb Veal} .t
BEEN ItKDUCKD. honor of Mr. and Mrs. Cross and Mr. demanded reparation to his family and Water and Tablets for some time and '
and Mrs. Reed, who left for their punishment of his slayers The Za- received no relief from them. I stop
"Some of the railroads are doing' taking medicines for some' time, Stall Fed Beef Fine and Fowls
good work in the educational campaign homes in Nebraska on Monday, March pata leaders have promised to meet ped Fryers
later In the
1. The pleasantly demands. having some Swamp-Root
was spentin the American
I evening
+ for a greater. consumption of playing; games which were nicely house I decided to try it and felt ,
grapefruit and among these the L." arranged by the hostess At a late I Three British steamers, the Indian much relieved.. While taking the sec- \
i N. Is wortny of special mention I hour dainty refreshments were served City, Headlands and Andalusian were ond bottle began to pass Gravel In the Phone 245 JOE POWERS Darlington
was the statement made by a prominent and those present report a fine time torpedoed off the Scilly Isles last Friday urine until I had passed in all at leasta Avenue \
cItizen of Florida who recently I Mr. and Mrs. G.I B. Lawson entertained I morning by the German' submarine half dozen or more and have not suffered - .
returned from a northern trip o> er two evenings\ of last week inhonor U-29 according to a British ad- the slightest since-and In ali ;; -o' ;OoOOOOOOOOO--; ; OOOOOO O I

-.. the South Atlantic Limited. Into I -<> Mr. and Mrs.. W. II. Clark of miralty statement issued several days have taken one bottle and a half and
"The L.. ft N. does not run Agra, Kan. Mr. Clark is a talented I ago. The Indian City and Andalusianwere feel very grateful to SwampRoot.Yours You .
-" southern Florida and cannot buy 'I musician and his. selections on the sunk. The Headlands remained veryt ruly, con snake a
grapefruit as cheaply as the roads 'I violin were very much enjoyed by afloat The crews of all these steamers H. W. SPINKS,
1 which hv their terminals In the clt- those present. were saved.In Camp Hill, Ala. Better GalenYyoa
rue belt." further remarked this gen- lOwing to the inclement weather i I addition the admiralty announcedthe Personally appeared before me this 'f
tleman. "Nevertheless. It Is serving I Sunday morning there was no Sunday' torpedoing of four other merchant 16th day of August, 1909, II. W. / have Me zest tools +
J i vary large grapefruit. 36s I should I school. I vessels, two of which were sunk. Spinks, who subscribed the above ,
gay, at 10 cent* per half portloiV or Blanche and Jannette Lawson were I statement and made oath that the We have them
16 cent for a full portion. The I shopping in Kissimmee last Satur- same is true in substance and In fact
\ fruit which I had on my trip was of I day.Mr. PURITY ICE CREAM A. B. LEE .

i good quality, and a man wbo would ,' and Mrs. C. H. Funk entertained Ex of Justice of Peace. "
'1 eat a whole one would need very little their friends last Thursday eveningIn
else for his breakfast.' I honor of Mr and Mrs. Clark, who CO. OPENS BUSINESS Dr. Letter HIlBrr.. C*. \Il

The Influence* on the fruit-consum are the guests of C. M. Smith and Bl..fc._ r 4c, ing public of the good example'' family this week. Mr. Clarks violin 1"
by railroad such as the L. A N. Inputting selections, Mrs. McClair's piano selections The Purity Ice Cream company Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do
).1ti. grapefruit on their bills of'' and a vocal duet by Mrs. Me which Is owned and operated by J. For You.
1 fare at reasonable prices can hardly Clain and Mr. Funk were some of the F. McCorkle and W. O Thomas, has Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer& Co.,
features of a most pleasant evening. No 8 Dar- Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample sire
,1 be overest mated. The growers of opened up for business at i.1I
i t .V; Florida donbtlata. will appreciate the Dainty refreshments were served by lington avenue. bottle. It will convince anyone. You t .1d I

1 kw help the railroads are giving them In the hostess. Both of the young; men In the con- will also receive a booklet of valuable
I their effort to develop a sufficient Mr. and Mrs. Sam Barber are mov- cern are Ki sinimee residents and information about the kidney and If Ifr ,
vt1 into their house this week. When writing be sure and
demand to take the rapidly Increasing ing new are well-known throughout the city. bladder. ,
and Mrs. W. II. Clark left Friday Valley Ga-,
production of the state In grape Mr. They deserve the patronage of the mention the Kissimmee '
i; I fruit. When railroad which do not morning after a week's visit here. community and will no doubt be fa- zette. Regular fifty-cent and one-
enter down the state like the L,. They will stop at Orlando a few days, vored with a wealth of orders dollar size bottle for sale at all drug )1
r also Jacksonville and St. Augustine, l1- t
\\f tores.
> turn
Is1w9 to
N.. take up the campaign there before returning to their home in The plant has a capacity
1'lj reason to !believe that it will extend out five gallons of ice cream every r
Kansas. They are very much pleased OO TO
sections of minutes and no matter how many jtU
\ to other line. in..arloua ten
and when
\j'; with we hope they
i, -}. the country. return nevt winter they will decide order they get the boys say they
S "x Time was when grapefruit was regarded -Ito! make the "sunny south" their per- will be able to fill them on, schedule B. DICKERSON //

a* exclusively. a rich man's manent home. !.....< 1 1A
; time.They Lath, Fin LotM.
For "
Cr *
.., c food. Happl'y thl impression rapidly Dwight Funk, who has been quiteill will deliver their product to Pl....-r. _..... IJ.*. O.....t.Brick. .
tW't 1* passing and the American peo- for two weeks, is a little betterat any part of the city and will make a Fire Clay: ..* Fire Brick, HuPier
of catering to socials, par- .. all .....*. ... SmtHtmf BlMka.ARTIFICIAl. .
to know grapefruti specialty
coming .
& << pl are thl writing.SULTAN E....,...... ..
1' '&* something that may be eateu 10evel'J' ties and weddings. They are equip- BTOlfK COOp GARDEN COMES NOT SO MUCH FROM I : (
.l which helps AND KAISER!' to furnish brick ice cream, sherbets ..* ELECTRIC
family. Anything ped PORCH COLUMNS c '
)r ?" to Increase the public knowledge of KXCHAMiK: WAR HONORS and Icea.William

;' '' grapefruit!*. to be commended, and ... .. THE KIND OF TOOLS YOU WORK WITH. WITH
U, rallroai which are contributing Paris.-The Sultan of Turkey has Boselager, eleven year old, C.. B.r: MI J
{-1' d Ph. let
\ with the Thrk-
the Kaiser recent
i- b '. to this 'and are making friend. In presented of East St. Louis at a *pelli -
lab War Medal for the "victory over word with- HAVE A, BIGGER BETTER GARDEN WITH LESS '
*"*:\ ,' Nothing elM could be ex- i ipg match, spelled 1,400 #
*.Tlorlda have such Russia, valorously led by yourself.. out an error, in, eleven hours. t. ... c .o Mooo.o.> oe .o . .;. YOU
,p';, elv. ,. poctad of thelroad.wbeh! WORK THAN CAN WITH YOUR OLD WORN1i:
1 To this the Kaiser by -
fruit from replied conferring .
n citrus
trttfflo In
n I c. a heavy( but 1t1..ortb1' : of noble the Iron Cross on the Sultan Heavy window hangings are practically OUT MAKESHIFTS..

__ Sty. V'J-'Florida' outside Ilae'take..p the for "the part you have taken In the a thing.of the past.. ; GRAVSTONE ; ., M
when an
;'jJ... 'cause of 'Uta.,'.Florida,' growara.k defense of the Dardanelles. "LABOR- :
"" . VItItS. ... '. ,
." f'' NEW ,LONG :SLEEVE.' C.HiCH STER"'S.ptli 0( SA /
., **. China hat-new twenty-three foreign : .. !tI
widens ,-
Gs.: ;f 1 adviaerr-A1' the vovanuMBBt,.of.whom Then 1. a MW long ileeva that: _t .... : .... L (. lggltll.rfl/t >r. L h' Ut 10.'; \ II 't
.'...' ,it ,, .. flat over the A / .... . ,.. t .Thsts\ :. ; ,'..... 1W .," " '" .
'...' h ... .''Jarcelt..atDberftTe: 'out'CTaduallrt.h a JVOC USA fL+ Wf? ''*( Y*I ,II. : "" ....1 \ :r-Z; .' 1/ t 'J "
," ,:l' ',:./ft ; ;t..: n ':' -H" t''* '' hand\11&" by. 1U novelty,1* ,crowding I...iwia"lw=, tu .. ;'' ( :.r I ,1W'; :! B' "''I\JI 1':;=< tnnlr.) !f\I.\ 4 Phone' 123 : :

.,";'., "!:rr this lonjr UgbUy'buttoned.rufs'fromfavor : ...: I\I 'Ope,. Year f Ro J'); ..r.&Y. .. : ., ,
t' washboard In .Journal.It I . . )'- ..", '- ; .. ' .
;7.i 4" . I. d'a JO-cent says Minneapolis p a . . . . : ;" . ,
:i : f;l..w... wUl be a convenitnc U far more becoming. to the .a ver .. _---- MMMMMMtMMf- ,.. .
> '
... . . -
'1" 1'... out amaU article. \ age band than UM.tight cuff.; SBl1 n S. -
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4 Florida >*IIvT al V. t > .*-i> 41T-SI. *'' ( "UNDERTAKINGSrANNOUNe ail I

$ 'inXrtlce: Will Lead Country ., ,
v.rmtei &cper ) Printed in,the,Country Gentleman /-
,T. Industrial Index. feuMlshed at
t. over-streets'tn'Augusta.
Oil. and proposes .

,- .That'Florida Is'one eta truck'' farm tlonaL-'Despite"this': '' impressive, volume " * As Cattle Raising SectionR. Columbus, says. Oa., for' the great' Southeast fo;,extend ,IU. line .to Athena.' r v., rl

Ga.i :
Is (assertion -of- ofwriter the however,,Florida winter vegetables '"Some-of the most extensive and '
(Country.Gentleman, a national man-- are still regarded as a'-luxury' '--. Important "Contract arc being placed for the
the south
'sine devoted to. farming.!; The ,article and the, industry Is keyed to fancy J. Rollff. who,"'. a breeder of too often. He Is evidently liyfni'sI1tae east undertakings construction la Savannah, of >steamship "
a year more are announcedIn
says in part price and wide profits. pore bred Hereford cattle at Sandy- blame on the packers. Well admitting the of the week, which terminals. thatwill co.t.'aearI $
'. Three-quarter of all 'the wonder Everywhere in the industry thereare villa West Virginia and who la now that the packers did take advantage conclusive evidence Jf the resump-give i 91.000.000.VTweatyelx. .
; stories about sudden wealth in Florida signs of greater volume of truck Interested In, the cattle business In I of the. situation" ,when all new corporations have
tlon of construction andiadustrlalacUvitle.
turn on winter vegetables.. Every grown and'-abipped on closer margins Osceola,, county along with O. 11.Chenoweth shipment bad to be made -for Immediate and the been formed during the week"-wiu

body has head a bout-the fellow f rocen I and a broadening of the dmandamongnorthern. ? Is firm In his belief thai slaughter by reason of foot quick coming of minimum ,capital. ? stocks! aggregating s
normally prosperois conditions."An '
out of the north who cleaned up a .consumers. For one Florida Is destined to be the foremost and mouth disease there was no com- 9708.000.: .
thousand dollars. on an acre of tomatoes thing the draining of the Evergladeswill cattle producing state of the union. petitive bidder, consequently Eastern syndicate announces -' "Among the Items of constructionwork tfi

or lettuce during his first season bring into tillage enormous areas Writing to hid home paper, the Ra- packer got them at his own price. If that It will erect In Palm Beach Fla., to be done,.as .reported this

in Florida and how net profits last ''of fine muck lands, ideal for truck venswood News, of Ravenswood. the price was too low it can only remind the finest and costliest'tourist hotel week; area"Apartment.
season from a small farm in celery 'and most of it lying far south, where West Virginia In an article recently us of Shakespeare as saying building yet constructed la' this part houses' Montgomery,, gyp''

I' 'ran to ten or twenty thousand dollars. the earliest winter vegetables are most published there he said: "man's Inhumanity to man makes of the country, Ala, and 8a't'aanah.aa.f: church

' easily grown.FLORIDA. Editor flews:-Will you kindly allow countless thousands mourn" But as streets at a eostakl-up buildings, Charleston 8 C.. and Pass-'
Most of these stories are true. To In Is AUanta Qa.. Is preparing to pare a-grllle. Fla..: and addlt'ons.1 LaOrajige -, "
me space your paper to answera price only fS.35 below te highest
be sure, there are often suppressed number of my friends the question. prices It Is evident that they could : approximately twenty-Ore miles of and Qnltman Oa.; courthouse '
POSTMASTERSARE streets at a cost of 1500.000 to $600.- "
details. Very often the northerner Southt
:' as to what I am doing, etc. The let- not have gone down in price as much and Jail, Jasper county Uj
who cleared a thousand dollars on his I 000. Carolina; dormitory, Tampa Fla..,, a
ters weer all welcomed but just too as they claimed for the last twentyweeks. ,
acre of tomatoes, the first winter had "M. contract has been awarded at fraternal building Meridian. >>..I....; 1
of them to But Is
evident that
many answer separately, it somebody
his frozen the second, and wall APPOINTED $976.000 for t? e construction of a
crop jail, McDuCfle county, Georgia; pay.
I take this to them all is
'i so plan answer catering to romebody, but Itn't
wiped out by ap est the third, and railroad between West Palm Beach, build'
ing. Miami Fla. fir. station
at once thanking In advance to us little fellows for bayen'taense ,
you we
finally in the fourth year went into Fla.. and a point on the bank of Lake fags, Miami Fla.: roadsBul'och. +
there al estate business, where he finds help me out. enough to cater to one another Okeechobee, New York and Chicago
Washington. announcedthat Alabama and Lauderdale
his was In reply will say that I am tryingto but on the other hand If one county
agricultural experience han- interested and / '
capitalists being an *
H. C. Truesdell postmaster at do t"e best I You know where of tries county, Mlssl&slpp ; clubhouse. West
Facts of this lurk in I can. us to do anything the rest ty
dy. sort of of the road's bodes
sue $1.500,000
Vllas, Liberty Fla. has been Palm Beach Fla. baildnigsand
to the wonder county there is a will there is a way. Well, of us kick at him But I'd better : factory
background qualify
severed from the public service anJ baring been underwritten. warehouse Columbus Oa.; aewer .
stories. my partner G. H. Chenoweth, cer- hush about: that for that would bring
LUclldlous D. Walton has been 'The district In which Jacksonville Pablo Beach Fla. aewerand
I ap- has the will and believedwe back sys'em. ;
tainly we Shakespeare again and
Yet, with all the off and the we
years Fla., I. located has planned the
pointed to succeed him. Other FlorIda waterworks Elba Ala.
setbacks and the fellows from up could find the way so we leased would not know how to talk to him.Above of school systems
construction and equipment :
postmasters appointed are: 3,500 acres of all under good I told what the Gazette I "Construction contracts have been
north who fail because they refuse to grass you bulldlnga at a cost of $965.000, andIs
..," adapt themselves to Florida condi- Austin, Calhoun county, CharleyF. fence on one side and both ends, and of the 4th said at Chicago, and here to vote,-/upon an 'ssue of $1,000- awarded as follows: BrldgeTalla.r'
Austin. This is a new of'1ce.Avondale Joins lake the other dis- Is letter to ferro and Wilkes counties. Georgia;
tions, it is certain that most Florida a on side a a my friend Mr. Bass, 000 of bonds to for them. Hllls-
truckers who know their business Santa Rosa county Mrs. tance of 4 miles. The lake is full ofsteambor..t from Kansas City Mo., the next day: pay will 'drainage canal Orange and Osceola
borouch'county Florida expend
.t. make money from one season to anI' Sarah F. Hudson. This is. also a hew yachts, fish turtles andalllitator Dear Sir-I write you in regard In the erection of counties. Florida; factory building.

other and that some seasons some of office. so there won't anythingcross to any stock cattle you may have on $175.000 or more. Macon, Oa., and MiamI.. Fla.: school

,. them make remarkable nrfoney. For Capitola, Leon (county MVs. Maud it. handset the present time for sale, school buildings."A buildings, two, Hillsborough county
Stone Ward, In place of Mrs. 10. 1. company is being Incorporated Florida, and LaBelle, Fla. street
trucking is Florida's big boon induct Well, naturally we wanted some have a customer from Texas that Is
stock of 100-
try. Hancock, who resigned.It thing to eat the grass as it had cost talking of buying 5,000 or .6,000 with minimum capital $ lighting. Augusta Oa.: road con
000 and maximum of $5.000,000. to
When the man from the north ar is announced that commissionshave us $600 to Jan. 1, 1916. However, steers either yearlings two's or struction. Madison county, Alabama.
establish refinery in Ba.annah -
rjves} he usually has an orange grove been l issued to the following that is only a little over 14c per acre. three's. Would be pleased to ear a sugar of MEDICINE
Oa., and operate a line steamships MAN TAKES HIS OWN d
in mind. Oranges make a strong Florida postmasters: So 327 of cattle from
ap- we bought bead and you at your convenience giving and West Indies
between that city IH AN OPTIMISTHe
peal to the northern imagination, Hauyan-Mary II. Stewart. turned In. Then we bought 436 head us an idea of the duality of your cat- Interested well
probably because they are so different Bow'es-Robert L. Bowles. of sheep and turned In and now thereare tle and what they would weigh to- I ports. Those are ha. absolute faith In his medicine

from the crops of New England/ or Kynesv'lle-Carrie L. Kynes. about 275 lambs that commencedto gether with the price of delivery known capitalists of New York and -he knows when he take. It for 1
: of the wheat belt. Ever since he began Valkarla Freda D. Hess. elsewhere. One of them Is president -
come In December, of which the which would be during the month of I Its certain ailments he gets relief. People

;. to hear of Florida at all he has earliest ones will go 60 or 60 poundsnow April If our party bought. of a In railroad Savannah having, it being hetdquarters planned -- who take Dr King's New Discovery ;

wanted an orange grove. with FREMONT ROGERS.So for Irritating Cold are optimists
Here Is Good News possibly 75 to 100 lambsto I to establish the refinery en the an
But orange groves cost money and come yet. They certainly: are t' e you can see thah that puts the -they !know this cough remedy
line of this road.
require time. To bring: one into profitable fattest lambs I ever saw for their whole thing In a nut shell and that will penetrate the linings of the i '

bearing takes from $200 P For Stomach Yiciims there Is a growing demand for cat- "Lake county Florida, has received throat kill the-germs, and open the .. b ,

acre upward, and seven or eight years. age.Wel', when we wanted to go t.o see tle and that It is also evident that 9S45...>4 from the sale of road way for Nature to act. You caa't

Unless he has capital to buy a bear- our cattle and sheep we noticed P at the United States is short on cattle construction bonds, and will begin destroy a Cold by superficial treatment 3

lag grove outright he must raise Some very remarkable results are we had no horses to ride, so we tri.-d and that the greatest beef producing Immediately the building of hl.bwa.a. -you must go to the cause of

something immediately for a livi F' being obtained by treating stomach, i to buy us a couple but they asked us states are drawing on Florida fer the trouble. Be an optimist. Get a
Probably nine out of ten settlers in liver and intestinal) troubles with
I pure I what we thought to be fabulous their future supply. But I will frankly "A railroad with headquarters inSavannah bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery: P
Florida are men of moderate means; vegetable oils, which exert a cleansing -
prices from $ 160 to $200 for what admit that the cattle here are not has asked for rlghts-of-way to-day. *
number northern farmers
a large are soothing and purifying action
i they called Rood cow-boy homes. We equ'valent to the cattle in West V'r-
with about enough money to buy a upon the lower bowels, removing the
just couldn't stand that, BO about the glnla. and that West Virginia Is the
of land shack and I
of fecal
piece move obstructions
put up a poisonous matter 000000.00..00'0000000000. ..0..0..0..0...... .. .....
the So the time we got used to doing without only state in the union that has ever
; family. newcomer usually and and preventing their absorption
uses one, J. M. Lee sold his put on to the market thoroughly finished -
with of winter 16,000 acre
begins a crop Vf'K'etables by the blood. This done, the
for to northern farm to a company of 6 men for $98- cattle from blue grass without
shipment mar- food is allowed free from the ;
kets. With tomatoes, string beans, stomach, fermentation passage ceases and 000 that wanted to keep nothing but grain. But there are not enough of Fish Lake Dairy ii

I head lettuce, cabbage, beets, Irish potatoes stomach troubles quickly disappear. cattle, so he wanted to sell his lot them. They are not a drop in the

I tl cucumbers and eggplants he George H. Mayr', for twenty yearsa of 19 bead or horses consisting of 5 bucket but we could raise more if

can get quick results, harvesting his leading Chicago druggist, cured yearlings, 3 two-year-o'ds, 2 three- we would try. We ought to supplythe ..

t stuff from ten weeks to four months himself and many of his friends of year-olds I six year old stallion and Chicago market one day ID the Pure Jersey Milk Cream Butter and Butter .

.... -'t .after planting and raising two ort stomach, liver and intestinal troublesof 8 mares from 4 to 8 years old, due year, but we don't.
,. three crops during; the reason on a years' standing by the treatmentand to drop oolts in March or April. So The next thing you will think is Milk delivered at your door
( well-tilled piece of land. so successful was the remedy he we concluded now is our' chance, as i how did I come to have the Bass let- ?

From the truck standpoint Florida devised that it has since been placedin he wanted to sell all together. He ter. Well, it was this. way. He hand- every morning. g

t- is a peculiar state. It hangs down the hands of druggists all over the set the price and he bought them ; ed it to me to read. After I readIt

below the other states, with the tempering country, who have sold thousands of so he delivered them to the stock he asked me what kind of a reply
ocean on three sides and bottles. pens here In town. One of the 3 would I give. "Well" said I. "can Phone 241-L S. W. DOWNING j jI

; stretching so far toward the tropics Though absolutely harmless, the effect year olds was broke to ride and we you nil the order?" He said he

that the railroad mileage from Jack- of the medicine is sufficient to caught the of er and got Claud Fordto cou'd but If my partner, Mr. Cheno-
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sonville to Key West is more than convince anyone of its remarkable ride It. We took the other 17 out weth, and I wanted to help fill it we

half that from New York to Chicago. effectiveness, and within 24 hours the three miles to the pasture 'field and could. If not he would fill it If they t1

Winter calendar truck and is prices.absolutely Starting'a matterof far sufferer' feels like a new person. now we have two flno saddle horses would put up the price. When I of- .0.0..0.0..00... .. .. . . . . ......... . ... . ..
Wonderful Remedy is sold by to use when we need them fered It back, tn hhn hi said I know 1

south before Christmast, and bringing. leafing drugqiete; everywhere with thepositive But we found that we did not have I the people aDd the contents, you keep I A WISE MAN .

the highest prices, the supply ins understanding that.your more than about half enough stockto It and see your partne. But I will 1' .AI carries safflcleat FIRE IN8URt '< '-

'r creases and the prices decrease as advandnK' money will be refunded without question eat our grass. Plenty of cattle say in conclusion that you would not \ ANCE to. protect his property ; ; ;
matures the in
F sprint of crops then or quibble if ONE bottle fail to here but nobody wanted to sell any, lave to over-exert yourself In running while he la living and ample LIFE I ',
the middle portion the state, a
c rive you absolute satisfaction. so H. G. Bass Claud after to me herd Of (
Ford O. H. me rive a INSURANCE t. We fas -
In the northern sections, then in Mis- rl'Oted
&"; sissippi, Texas, the Carolina, Virginia Chenoweth and myself started for the cows; for this reason Most potent liT la the event 0 He'r' J,
and so northward. The dif- BOY WEARING KNEETROUSERS j northern prt o* the state In an auto of all single Influences In the build also Insnrea his earning capacity', .(

ference between oil one section and another IN COURTON looking for cattle as we a'l wantedto ing "of this the mightiest nation In 1 I by taking out aa ACCIDENT sad '

[ in ripening truck crops may be CHARGE OF MURDER iffy: some. We went northwest history Is the cow. Her sons drew ,HEALTH POLICY., Bel", the. : .

a mater of only two or three weeks, 200 miles, crossed the beautiful Su- the plows which first cultivated the ( aafe aide. r' OJ < .

k ., and market advantages, as a matterI Atlanta, Ga.-Dewey Henderson, anee river on a ferry boat and went' land of the new world hauled to the I We write all pace of' INSURANCE ; ;

lot freight rates and freshness, is naturally fifteen years old, and wearing knee four miles beyond to a place called markets the products of the field and I that'' Insures and aDduI'''. >

with the last new section to trousers, appeared in Fulton county Old Town, making 20-4( mlleo, atfd' with slow energy moved the chattels None bat RELIABLE old 31.. coatpanles -i <

begin( ship ing. superior court here for trial on a never bought one. We started for I and household goods beyond t' e J lathis .:

I. Florida has the great advantage of charge of having murdered Homer home, went to a pure bred Hereford I mountains to new homes In the far D. G. WAGER '

beginning the movement and shipping? Thompson, eighteen, several months ranch. Prices from $125 to $600 i west. They supplied the beef whichIs rkk Second Floor Citlwas Bank Bldg.Klsslnraee a
It is alleged that Henderson
through winter, when prices are high ago.stabbed and killed per head but didn't buy. We then the food of the Anglo-Saxon race, Fla. 4
est. Her green vegetables start to Thompson duringa came to Oa'nesville where is locatedthe a race that was never conquered since
The is I
defended four
fight. boy by
:;A market almost as soon as the north- volunteered their State Experiment Station, and history begun. They furnished the }

Jfi ern truck is being eaten up, in October attorneys vices gratis.who ser- there we found a short horn breeder, shoes of pioneers who trod the unknown .

I and November. Just as soon as A. L. Jackson, that had some good wilds and made of them the ,
prices rise high enough her products GIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS" pure bred cattle and also some ex- : 'oremost cities of our present en- t rARE
I roll. cellent high grades. We bought one lightenment. They gave the robes to '

Fifteen years ago Florida raised TO CONSTIPATED CHILD. car load consisting of 32 head cows I protect the pioneer against the de- YOU GOING TO START A NEWSPAPER ? ,. '

'j c very little truck. Growers were just and heifers from 2 to 6 years old, stroying blast of winter and made$ ;

r beginning to experiment with it after Delicious "Fruit Laxative" can't harm making us 369 head of cattle. But commerce possible before the rail-

'T" the big'' freeze of 1895. Somebody tender little Stomach, liver, we have not half enough yet for our road was. They covered the chair I :'
,". found that tomatoes could be raised and bowels. have IF SO WRITE US ABOUT EQUIPMENT :.
grass, so we a will for more upon which he sat and glued togetherthe
in winter for the northern trade far ) cattle and know what furniture he used. The Is
down on the keys along the east coast, Look at the tongue, mother! If] S. you the mother of the whole bovine cow W. Have All Kinds Of .i' .nr';
coated race.
your little one's stomach, liver
and limited quantities were produced,
I and bowels need cleansing at once. Soin have exited me If we will From the roadside weed she manufactures ''
sent to Key West by boat, roughly
When peevish, cross, listless, doesn't bring more cattle th's spring. Will the most nourishing of ,
packed and reshipped to New York l bye I
soy no; for this recBon. They I foods. She Is the aid to the f
water. There was no volume nor skill sleep, eat or act naturally, or is fev- are ready ,.
t; in the product, but those tomatoes sold erish, stomach sour, breath bad; has too high priced here now, with: a farmer the pet of the rich man and PRINTING MACHINERY Lrh

like fruit in New York, and brought sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, greater demand here than there IH the ever help of the poor. She's

t such prices for rich folks' tables that give a teaspoonful of "California there and another thing In favor ofthese the economist of the people and the

I others went into the business. Syrup of Figs," and in a few hoursall people, when they want to sell conserver of their resources. She

Last season Florida's shipments oft the foul, constipated waste, undi- If the price doesn't bull them they partakes of the grasses of the fields ,+q erx
fresh tomatoes during the winter and gested food anl sour bile gently moves Just let them go until It does as thereto I and leaves the farmer richer for herr

early spring ran up to more than 6,000 out of its bowels without griping, and no expense added to the rattle. I {'sence. As she helped to develop ,

cars, counting express and mixed car- you have a well, playful child again. They simply have to be without the tnfe farm from the wilderness andas

3 lots. There were 6,870 cars of tomatoes Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bot- I money a little longer Is all. Unlikeour she ate of Its first fruits, so she FOR SALE :

'; alone, or more than a quarter as tle of "California Syrup of Figs," case in the north, the expense will renew the life of the soil and

many as all the citrus fruit shipments which contains full directions for babies would eat up the profit if we h d to make a still greater agriculture pos

r -21, OO cars-and other green vegetables children of aIL ages and for hold them over as some are now doing sible. In all'our history the cow has

: ran to at least 12.000 cars addi- grow-ups. ; in the north. been man's closest friend and bene-

Ii\ I By theway, that brings something factor. Upon her products are built
to my mind that we should all notice, the great business interests wh'ch On account of the consolidation of the Valley Gaxette sand On 'I

i that Is, that according to market quotations center in the stock yards the cream- Osceola Journal we have a surplus of printing machlaerv. We : i' ; '

UGH! CALOMEL MAKES YOU SICK. cattle have been going down eries, the shoe factories the harness for sale the following: '6 "

in price since last September. Had shops and the mills. Take away the .

they absolutely gone down an much I cow and our banks would close (some
) each week as they claimed they did close anyway with her' nere), our 1 Intertype Typesetting Machine .' .j f
up to this week, they would actually graveyards: would yawn and the New-Extra L
Practically ,
be $1.50 per hundred weight beyond I wheels of commerce would cease to .. t;
1 nothing. Instead they are only about turn Foster and care for her' and I

'I 1j 'Dodsoi's Liver Tone" Will Clean Your Your druggist or dealer sell* you a 2.36( on each grade below the high business flourishes, the fertility of 1 Book and Job Campbell Press ,; :: '
,,)j 60 cent bottle of Dodnon's Liver Tone tide of some time ago. So we can see the so'l increases and she becomesthe

k 'Sluggish Urar Better Than Calomel under my personal guarantee that it there is something to rail under the custodian of the nation's pros- This machine is large enough for six co..... quart paper.

will clean sluggish liver better than weight of its own absurdity. I'll bet perity, and so I am willing to Investmy
lid Can Not Salivate. natty calomel; it won't make sick the consumer couldn't see any vast last dol'ar! in cattle horses and 1 No. 5 Boston Wire Stitcher New :
h you ( )); : "
n and eat difference in prices at the meat mar Hheep. I could say almost as much ?: :' ;: .
I : Calomel makes you sick you lose a you anything you want ket. for the bores and sheep, but as time .
: ((YaY'. work. Calomel I. quicksilver and without being BaliwUHl. lour drugg Btguarantet' n
?t'S&' salivates; calomel injur your liver. that each spoonful will start There Is always cause and effect. "1.0 space will not permit of It forI 1 33-inchJlDiamond Paper Cutter1t\' :t:;: :a
like them all when :
d I If you are bilious; fed lazy, sluggish your liver, clean your bowels and 1., ell, we see the effect. Let's not got especially I can ; .
,. and ell knocked out, I if bowels are discouraged but think deep for the keep as cheap as I can here.
r:, onsUpateet..d your head aches or straighten you up morning or you cause, which Is very obvious and like Hoping the kind editor will pardonme One Jobber 8x12 C. & P. ""
i 4- get your Children gladly 1
for writing much but when
L Stomach is sour, pet take a spoonful of take Dodson's the puzzle very simple when seen so ) so
Liver Tone because it
, harmless Dodsons Liver Tone instead through. However there are a great many things would come to my mindI
We also hare other machinery and far ... II per t ,,
: -df using sickening, salivating calomeL pleasant tasting and doesn't gripe or many becoming discouraged. You could not help' It Thought I equipment .. ; l trI. .r,

-",;--y Podson'a Liver Tone is real liver medicine. cramp or make them sick.I will note on the editorial page of the might get the other star by It. .s.d any of the aWra, writ. ar win. ;.:r ,' < ;..". ';fJ.,.,1.,,,,"

I. You'll know it next morning because am selling millions of bottles of Breeder's Gazette of Feb. 4 one correspondent Yours truly. TERMS. Part gash ... balaate M ...... .... .,'
you will wake up feeling fine Dodson's Liver Tone to people who liave says that beef production R. J. ROLIFF. \< ,? 'r'

;ayeh..addrdlaziMw working, 7 itomaek found that this pleasant, vegetable liver Is coming to an end la the Dnltey KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTENCLSSIM311EI l" :;, .

t gone, mediate asks Iks)plus> of dangerouss State sad that yon can not run fut Vests coal mine No. 4 of California ,,' .. ".
: will be sweet sad bowels regular. Yo. ..a..aL ..., r hltne K y sound, enong to give a man a herd af eov sIn Pa. which- baa bean worked for : t$'

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ACE''THE' K1SS1MMEE 'VA.LLIT"Q'Z'11"" I'1, I\\\ '
1 w. .. FRID;! (T,. 'MARCH' 19. ,It, ISt :

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ThetKissimmee': ;Valley .GazetteFDBLUHBD Censures Would-be
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4 i 'ICJMUUfBB. 08CKOU4.1", COUNTT. VLORIDA. Grace A.. Towruend. secretary of the Florida Christian' Endeavor.Union,

state a few plain fact to the editors of the state press in a letter teat to the

), W. B. HARRIS aid! E. C. VANS .AGNEW ,. OWNERS Valley Gazette' this week.. She say: "' Dr. Jer "'-t 's,.,."-II"0'-- L Job M. Scott

Inlerlachen. Fla.. March, 15. 1915.
I BTTBaCRIPTION RATIOS: On. copy, one rear ,..', Dear Editor Friend. Just Few of You The
--- a Very is better medium of Those who have silos who
% On. oopr ale: month._.-...-...__.!... On. copy, tbr** months.______. .TS : eye a edu- now or 0 r
? I want to tell you each and'all that I hope you.will have a fine time at cation than.the ear, contemplate building silos this springor -
the State Pre. association next week. Would like to be there: if Pictures, movies and others, make in early summer should be planning1"to
1' All communication. zept from oar authorised correspondent. mast b* too. even more definite and lasting abundance of with
Impressionson plant an forage
1t just the smallest .
of all
Ns Mgn.d by th* writer.Rjotd "press reporters both size and otherwise. the
popular mind than do lecturesor which to fill their silo.
will b
4 matter not returned unit called for.
t ----- There is something which I do not like in some of the editorials of certain sermons, and the statement is made Good crops from which to make silage

(Entered at the Poitoffle In KlMlmm.. Florid, a* ecord-ela matter.) papers and that is the use of strong drink or other such habits as a source without intending to minimize the are the following. Japanese cane:
i of levity or greetings between the editors in chautauqua or the ministers. sorghum; corn; a mixture of corn and
7+ --- -- -- ---- - ----- expressed their write-ups and
7 ... supposed to be "funny." The that hurt Taking advantage of this psycholog cowpeas; or sorghum and cowpeas.
----- -- --- -- - -- -- one most lately
me was re-copied ical fact, the state board of health Beggarweed maybe substituted for
from the DeSoto County News, the editor of which told how he felt after a has at last realized a long cherished cowpeas.
z = An Old Adage, But TrueTheres spree. Doubtless he thought it just a joke but I thought of the good man. idea of furthering Its! campaign of Japanese cane should be planted in

Reverend Hare, who built up that paper in the "hard times" i inf that then educating the people of Florida by illustrating the lall or during the winter. For'
an old adage which says: "Be sure youre right then go ahead" new part of Florida, and it seemed joLeless indeed to And I doubt in graphic form by panels the best results it should be plantednot
} i; cr something like that. Perhaps those are not the exact words of the original good very me. and photographs and models, what it Inter than March 15. The rows-
reader and
any woman some others also, who would appreciate such has been
wrinting about for a good should be MX to eight feet apart. A
but tell the well.It
( saying they story just as things or feel them a good example to the boys or boy's sweethearts. I like many years. liberal number of g&ed-canes are required .
is always a safe proposition to be lure of your facts al any rale before the humorous parts and witty sayings of our Florida editors if they do not This exhibit.. was prepared for the to insure a good stand. About

s ,i you make rash statements. And in these days of alety /first"campaigns thus portray them to be men not worthy of being looked to. Southern Medical exhibition which was 2,500 to :3,000: canes three feet long
ti safety is always to be considered. up held in Jacksonville last Dec-ember. will be needed to plant an acre.
Can't you see if this editorial way cannot be improved or at least started Many thousands came and studied; its I Sorghum is one of our best silage
Some weeks there from that the
: were complaints certain
ago thai way in your discussions for better plans of business etc.. in Miami features and went away impressedwith crops, as it produces a heavy yield
i A county commissioners had discriminated against St. Cloud and vicinity in the association ? Sincerely GRACE A. TOWNSEND. I .the .practical work that is being I of forage per acre. I It also +Snakes
matter expenditures for roadwork. Bald statements were made that e I done by the board for the state. With silage of good quality. If sorghum is
Kissimmee was given all of the best things and St. Cloud was left out in the cold. some additions and changes it wa placed in the silo when it is imma-

To set at rest this complaint and ascertain the real facts in the case the Planting More PoinsettiasA prepared to be shown in a number of I ture it will not make silage of a good
S Florida cities with the If is well matured that is
idea of spreadas quality. it ,
Gazette this week made careful of the records of the
a examination
wide as possible the instruction on if the seed is in the hard dough stage,
expenditures of the board during the year 1914. The /figpres speak for themselves lover of flowers suggested to us this week that now is the time to cut health and sanitary matters. or even if the seed is ripe, it will

in an article an page one of this issue. They show conclusively that back the poinsettias and plant the cuttings so that we may have more of these This exhibit is made up largely of make silage of good quality. The cul-

St. Cloud has had her share of the money spent upon roadwork and that beautiful flowers next year. It was only a few hours later that we picked panels on which are shown in attrac- tivation of sorghum is the same as
upa and that of A seed-bed is
striking form the corn. good
? Kissimmee the county seat and largest town in the county got barely $290 and copy of the Clearwater Sun wherein our good friend Willis Powell gave facts that are involved in the fight for I pared by thoroughly plowing pre-the .

some few cents more than St. Cloud during a twelve-month period. ihe same advice in such terse language that it is just as good reading and advice better health condition in Florida. 1 ground. The rows are three and a .

It would appear to a fair-minded man, free from prejudice that St. Cloudwas here as in Clearwater. The Sufi said: Some of these subjects are vital sta- I half or four feet apart, and the seedis

fairly treated. Cut back shrubbery these days but do not throw away the cuttings. Give tistics; the part the laboratory playsin drilled in the row. One bushelof
All of which would draw back to text- "It is always best to have ; them health conservation; malaria and seed will plant five or six acres of
us our to some neighbor and let the good work go on of beautifying Clearwater. how its spread is prevented by the land. On well prepared land an application -
the.facts in hand before you rant about unfairness or partiality.. If you have no friends to give live poinsettia cuttings plant them on some use of screens; the fly and mosquito of :Boo to 1)00 pounds of fer-

e vacant lot. and how they work in carrying disease !- tilizer per acre will give satisfactory

Poinsettias especially should be cut back annually and if the germs; typhoid fever and its pre results.. There are several varietiesof
Grapefruit Shortcake Discussion are vention. ;; smallpox ami the results sorghum that will do well in Flor-
properly distributed there will be thousands more; plants in the '
} city next winter gained by vaccination ; diphtheria, its ida. Among> : the best of these are
than there were this winter a consummation that is greatly to be desired. prevention and iiire; measles whooping '' sumac ( often railed Red Top), orange,
Ed Lambright of the Tampa Tribune declares he is from Missouri on the Expert poinsettia culturalists advise that the pruning be close so that rough and other infantile nffliotionn II/oo..n: (.( k and shall u ( Egyptian

"grapefruit/ shortcake" proposition and will have to be shown before/ he will ':'ere may be thousands of cuttings available for distribution- enough in fact ; the work of raring for Flond.Vs I "'I'll) <' Early Arnher is another ,
believe that there is really such a confection. indigent crippled children; hookworm good Sanely which matures a little
} to put every vacant lot flower garden or yard in the city under poinsettias. its cause and cure; studies.. in' hot I earlier/ I than the othcrsfi hut does not
/ editorial the
Gazelle last week
.; Referring to an in Valley Lambnght says : Pruning i is advised. because it strengthens the stock and enables it to bear cholera and black tongue, in, gliindors I produce heavy yields.. per aero. Any

"May Irwm's exploitation of a 'grapefruit shortcake in the more thrifty vigorous growth winch consequently is greener and brings a and cattle tick ; six panels. illusliut, of the above varieties will produce two

metropolitan| press is discounted by the Kissimmee Gazette, which I redder (lower. Because the pomsettias bloom just at this season of the ing the camping) ugain'.t iiherculn I crops dining/ the: .season.
v prints a recipe for that hitherto little known creation prepared by hell (lowers desirable year sin, its. ravages and the details\ of the l orn, is also" a /good silage. crop. On
r \\ are most in th- city the plant is highly prized h. .1
1 ro.llei open-iiir treatment as computed. with the best( gradeot land it will produce
Kissimmee Mrs. C. W. GrifTin who declared be
to its .
a woman is
\ 1 l being( in bloom all "'mt T. the mature wood should be taken out to I institutional treatment ; the care, feeding I about as many tons of green material -
j originator. 'inane room for the growl!, of the iimrnci: , :hal will in turn be the adornment I and dressing of babies iiml Mime as sorghum On the poorer grades
(Here the Tribune prints the Valley Ga/ellc's article in regard': to the 0' the, city in the season next winter. startling figures showing' til-- resultsof of soil sorghum will perhaps out-yield

tl delicacy and the recipe given by Mrs. Griffin.) These I pruning will- grow by merely sticking them in tile ground and the luck of proper attention to the corn.. The planting/ and! cultivation of "
"We positively refuse to be convinced however that such a newborn infant. here arc models of a crop of corn for silage is the sameas
i keeping; them moistened with water. Originally'there were but few p"ni. confection( until.! have the .,
possible palatable f fa
I is or we opportunity in tlrs vicinity but through the plan ol (riving, the cuttings to friend who hid and located dwellings. To corn, should he plnnU-ci\ 1 much thicker.
personal test. The Kissinin grapefruit! shortcake may be all ,no, pnintcldas., the city has been well planted with them. these have Ixv-n added more recently The lows should not lie more than

light but we will have to be 'shown.' In the meantime, vie are NXe should like to see the Woma i -. club take the matter and\ plant panels illustrating: mosquito e-xternim- i thneilld a half feet apart and the
walling, patiently for the noted comedienne lo send in her up ation rabies among animals, cancer I stlaks should not be more than twelve
them cm a :it'ular plan. If their club should be divided into districts with .
one and pellagra their development and to fifteen inches apart in the row.
r' If Lambright will visit Kissimm-ce as our guest we will guarantee lo have or t two ladies assigned to a district they could do a great deal to beautify: the the methods of treatment so far de I An important consideration in the

f'' M-s. Griffin prepare especially for him a whole shortcake made I from grape- city by riirojiagmg the planting of such shrubs as these in the space be'veei' veloped.The growing of any silage crop is to han-
;? fruit. If he wants to be shown we stand ready to make good upon our boast the walks and the! curbs. splendid value of this exhibit dle it so as to produoe the maximum

that Kitsimmee invented the dish. In the meantime he can wait as long as he W has been shown by the active interest yield per acre. This requires good cultivation ...,_ .
i the belated used by Miss Irwin. taken in it in various cities in Florida and liberal fertilization. __
want to recipe
on A' M s. I The Zolfo Springs Truth and Avon Park Facts have appeared again under ,Forty thousand visited Advantages of Silage. &_

.. .w.._... ...._ .w' I the able management of G. W. Adams. These two papers are issued from it in Tampa in four days; tree thousand ((1)I ) The nutrients of the entire
the 'I 1 ruth plant at Zolfo. The building and plant was entirely destroyed by in Sanford in four days; three crop are conserved ; there is no leaching -
Kissimmee Can Grow PotatoesIt
thousand in Orlando in two days; or shattering of leaves. (2)) Silage -
fire last November but as many papers said at the time "Truth crushed to I three thousand in Ocala in two days. is of a succulent nature, furnishing -"

remained for a man who had tried the famous Hastings potato belt to i earth will rise again" This attendance was equal to three- pasture conditions during the win-

prove that Kissimmee and vicinity has just as good potato growing land as C quarters of the estimated population ter. ((3):: ) It may supplement pastures

s that section which has become famous all over the United States as the greatest The Clay County Mirror a bright newsy little paper published at Middle- of this these writing six the cities.exhibit At is the Located time of at I I during((4)) Feed a severe is economically or continued stored drought., so

41 luber-produciflg\ property in the country. i bin \\r. it. .the latest addition to the press of Florida. The paper is well edited I'ennHcola and it in to be taken to; far as space is concerned. ((5):;) Thereis

That is just exactly what H. C: Avant claims he has done and a visit to'' and printed. The editor and manager. J. T. Lewis in his boyhood days wasa Tallahassee later.A less loss in storage when put in

W.t his potato fields near the city is enough to prove that he knows what he r resident:! of Kissimmee and the Valley Gazette wishes him all manner of remarkable and satisfactory feature the silo than by almost any other
of this attendance has been the method. ((6)) The stock-carrying capacity -
f, talking about. success in his undertaking. carefulness with which it has been of the farm is increased. ((7)
": Mr. Avant declares that the land here is even better than that at Hastings studied especially by the children. It The feed thus preserved is palatable

for the production of potatoes and that he believes what he says is evidenced by The Avon Park Fact says: 1 has been a splendid lesson to empha- and relished by cattle. ((8)) It is eco-

the fact that he returned here to'grow' potatoes after he had given the Hastings Stonewall Jackson Tripljtt, of the St. Cloud Tribune, is after the Osceola 1 size tl.e training that has been under- nomical end convenient to feed.
county commissioners' scalps and we may expect to see them dangling at'' taken by the progressive teachers in - - -
section a trial. He says that potatoes can be produced here at less cost per

... acre than at Hasting He i i. a man. of experience, a man who knows what brick his belt.streets Stonewall of Kissimmee Jackson will usually tell you gets that.what he goes after. The vitrified. many, the Florida preconceived schools.notions The indifference and the- 1ririE&

h. i i. talking about But Brother Adams Triplett is up against a real stonewall this time. unwillingness of older persons to ac- f .
%. ,:AU .we need now U a few more men of his caliber to begin the growing e cept the advances made by modern
}> of -large scale and Kissimmee soon wrest from Hastings ; medical science, do not have to be Auto Toes* 2'up! Cushion) Slips'8UP,
potatoes on a may Kissimmee will be represented at the meeting of the State Press associationin combatted among the younger element Painting Cars *25V
her laurels a* the potato kingdom of the United States. Miami on next Wednesday. Thursday and Friday. After the showing made in the community. Their anx- Trucks.Wagons made UP lo order I

e We haven't enough faith in our own resources. at the convention of the editors last year Kissimmee is entitled to the convention iety to learn is a promising augury ;
We need boosters who will really do something for Kissimmee and for increasingly better health conditions : I T I.
g' sf lor 1916 and it is expected that she will be honored by selection at the meetingin in Florida in the to come.
a; Osceola county. Miami. Kissimmee wants the editors to come here and promises to show .

r' Induce more farmers to come here and do just what Mr. Avant has them a good time if they decide upon this city as their meeting place. BOYNTON'S TOMATO SKASON.:' ---
;'3'6 ; 1 done and what others are doing in other lines. . I L Gutters 1
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i It has been proven that land in this 'vicinity will produce just as good Boynton.-All crops are doing nicely
the brothers who have been I
Bradley in this the Therehas
section state.
j about Plant and in fact that the land
strawberries the land City MouldinPi
as some say
t operating a plutocratic gambling jointat been a large area of muck and
V ., here i is better suited to strawberry growing than the land there. State Press Comment Palm Beach. The truth of the mat- flatwood land opened and drained for

Now: we have found another man who has found that the land is better ter is, that many people in the vichiity agricultural purposes west of here It !! c.k.ers .
of Palm Beach are direct or indirect thrown for settlement
t' ( p for potatoes than at Hutings.Let's was open over
beneficiaries of the joint, and don't a and the in that
year ago growers
go to work and become not only the greatest cattle producing section Can't Home one push old man Winter want it closed. This is all the more section are now in the midst of their

: rf' in Florida, but also let's wrest' the honors from Plant City and Hastings out of the lap of Spring. CrystalKlver reason why Governor Trammell should tomato farming with about 200) ) acres i

'. as the strawberry and potato leaders of the state. I News.. continue his efforts to break it up. The harvest is due in April and May.A iI
? a e -- .eoI - When an evil has attained such pro- packing house has been erected in I
s. ,, I The Daytona Journal wants to start portions tbat i it can openly defy the the central part of the farming district .
a "plant a buzzard" movement.-St. state law it is time for
extreme The growers are now consider
; ,. Standard Field Boxes I Augustine Record. measures to be used' against it.-Ocala ing the purchase of a motor truck to /1
\ Star. haul in their packed tomatoes when'
f; S. S. Griffin, representative-elect from Orange county, will introduce at The man who recently gave as an the season opens. East of here are I

the coming session of the legislature a bill establishing a standard field box I excuse to .school for that not It sending cost him his too children much GOODBYE-MI-+(-. BUZZARD.. about 200 acres more, owned by a OUR PICKETS ARE OUT

for citrus fruit. The mea.uremenls of the proposed field box will. be decided to Keep his dogs must be a full The buzzard is doomed. Poor old large number of growers who farm

,r upon tomorrow at a meeting to be held by citrus growers at Orlando. brotheto the woman who preferspoodles bird. How oft, have we watched him from five to"200 acres each. This alsois on the best!! fences In town, because

; We believe that the fruit growers will appreciate Mr. Griffin's efforts along to babies.-Gainesville Sun. soaring aloft in his .majesty secure in planted with in an mind.April and May they look best and wear best. In
his of for in the shipping season I fact this applies to all Lumber .
-+-- knowledge protection our
line. He i is what they will doubt sanction in the in both
this making no as a step In the back yard you have room days gone by mankind has done him At present the tomato crop and
right direction. We have had for some time a standard shipping box and enough: and to spare to QK! : a hole, reverence. sections is growing nicely. There will

, ', there i.i just as much reason, if not more reason for a standardization of field I good and deep to bury the hammer We were raised to respect the buzzard be no carlot 15.shipment The from and here local before UUIMMJVG MATKIUAL
In and then get on the Optlm'sts' we were taught that he ate up April express To buy anything In these lines

boxes.This is an age of standardization. We find it in every line of endeavor. band wagon and strap yourself It.lltuibery the carron of the field as the house- sists lot shipment of peppers-is, beans very light and eggplants.and con- without obtaining our prices will
Herald. fly ate the filth of the house and that mean not only a loss In money, buta
a But even if this was not a fact there is reason enough in the 'matter itself to --0- he was essential to the health and loss!! In the quality as well, to you.

make it a sane and safe proposition. There is just as much reason why we I Some of the brightest papers that happiness of the community in whichhe THICK, GLOSSY HAIR Any good carpenter will endorse this.
should have a standard field box as there is that we should have a standard come to our exchange table buy their dwelt. When we' were young it FREE FROM DANDRUFF

r It P{ pound a standard peck, a standard; bushel or a standard barrel. These are II editorials syndicates.from We New would York do or the Chicago same anyone never seems that the to dead have bodies dawned would upon be Girls! Try it! Hair get soft, fluffy May Lumber Co.

; 'all measure used in common everyday life just as the field box is used as a thing if we were not afraid we would better buried as they were nearly always and beautiful-Get a 25 cent ",;
measure in the citrus fruit industry. With a standard field box we should be found out.-Ocala Star. incubators of disease. bottle of Danderine.
r H. R. May
know exactly what a man meant when he said a "box of oranges" a Mulberry-Herald lie )has been respected and protected If you ear for heavy hair that glistens Manager ".
The which suspended but his fate is sealed. The Phone 81 Klaalnmee
"box of grapefruit. I now with beauty and is radiant with risk
publication last August, will
of cholera has been
The the standardization of the field box. according That charge hog provenon life; has an incomparable softness and
only argument against resume again this month. looks him and he must go. The next la and lustrous Danderine. -
, ', t to Mr. Griffin, i is that of expense in replacing; the old boxes now in use like prosperity was in store for Mulberry legislature is going to have a chanceto Just fluffy one application, try doubles the if;

i with the !sew standard boxes. Mr. Griffin proposes to do away with this I and we hope it is. May the swat the buzzard as 'he state beauty of your hair besides it immediately !>''II
boxes in be continued in Herald live long and prosper.-Avon board of health is swatting the fly. ., t
.1 argument with a provision that now use may use as Park Facts. dissolves every particle of {
Study your ornithologies, oh you leg- dandruff. You not have nice ''i:
serviceable stenciled with official ofth'eir can )
long a* providing they are an marking -+-- islators and that include the
t 1tz+ ; measurements so that the standard box could be computed therefrom. I Senators Fletcher and Bryan may black vulture, .see, the carron you crow and heavy, healthy hair if you have ',
dandruff. This destructive scurf robs
the of their vacation
ke'.47r? Unless something against the proposition that we have not taken in use explaining greater how part they voted on cer- ,the rest of the tribe of disease spreaders the hair of its lustre, its strength and \
into consideration because we do not know the citrus fruit industry so well as tain measures, while Frank Clark may in that bill. its very life, and if not overcome it il..
Poor old buzzard 1 How
We do that of publishing newspaper, it should be passed by the legislature and I shift all responsibility by merely what a jolt it will be we pity produces a feverishness and Itching of . 1 ,;.
S" ...lIy by the pointing to his "Jim Crow" law.-De- you; ; one day the scalp: the hair roots famish, I
t"'adopted. eD growers. I petted and protected, the next a boun- :
Soto County News. loosen and die; then the hair falls out I
filthy old head. Peace to .
: --Gariten A dozen ami people who asserted your ty on ashes your, you have had the air long fast Knowlton's Surelaret!Danderine a 2fi-eent from bottle of ,- t''t. .'
Free Seed drugstore
any _
1 that cattle-.raiacould be I enough now get out of the Way of the and Just try it. _
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alrpplanes.--Clay County Mirror.
t 'r, -' made r profltabl,industry in Dade
., j'k '.. ,; Jkroafk Ike courtesy af Hon. Oaade L'Earla, lie Valley Gazette county were laughed at;' 'today there . Telephone troubles in the tropicsare k'

,.{ ':': \' }> :, -sr'i ii.... 1,000 packages af garden lid la war seed far distriboMAaaieaf'ftbry are a number of herd of cattl asAna COLDS ,&"LaGRIPPE largely due to the wires becoming
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... ,, .",,:,, a* are found anywhere in the covered with.b1 ''P1nb z .
''I.. It"" : !.b' era. ATkese country thriving bar And the best 4T
:' a4s : of, it 1*, the cattle have dia. 5 or, Q dotes 600'.WUt break The Pacific is said to bar Ntore
i ffrowars
: \ : :. : of aw raJ.ttt'w.. kraal seeda'wUl ...... write .. a peetalu..oftjtf CbilU & ocean
c covered that they can raise thate own, njr case ql Fever, Colds favorable.for ,long distance.*wireless
", :', ' f.":" .iJ.iJ'i. rfty*!Lldrilra"i*...... Jl.addr! ftytl5*yMQfarjnt--. prorender.-UiamiMetropoUa.i ,)',ob! &; LaGrippet .It IICb oo the liver transmission than the Atlantic .., ,

:,' : "t 'Ii r Please de let pkene as **atteriBif Tyseaa: a countygrand better than Calomel and doe not E. C. VANS 1;
>;,1fiJ;; . .', ; vv'f f, .. . .uqa ;. The Palm Jury Washington's first in lumber production AGNEW. At.t;: t'
'f,1 .i\" V<. - could not find any true bill against gripe or-sicken. Price 25c. ,Louisiana second. VaOer Gasatta BaiLfiaf. ., .1 4,:\
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:'::1; I' Betas'Uw. Diary'*l'a Trip Over Florida's Beautiful ! Waterway Mew Necessity Medea the In Mother.Gowns.BKPABLATB of'. Wreath Straw ef CrownedWith Flower' : aellyFEMININITIES. ::

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By M. H. ..t I..n- the bureau of chemistry the United 4j';
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!' On, the twenty-third of I on pretty Lake Kissimmee, seeming that the hitherto useless fruit'

.r 1916, a little party of five, I I. sheet of: glass eighteen miles in of that sour or bitter,range -can be'
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hilliard, length. Many islands on both sides made t* yield a
lon of Ohio Lovelette Buck, all along the way. One being Bird lateet wrist bag are small and promise high palatabl.Jellywhich ttt

eer and wife, left Kissimmee island, which Is said to be very fer- r made of fallls silk large- amount of this waked fruit.. +P
r to Fort Myers on the tile. This is a beautiful morning; the There are circular skirts with close This fruit i* too bitter to be eaten

pretty little launch soft winds from the south are very refreshing fitting underskirts. raw. The chemist, however found i

Hllliard family. It was ater the gloomy chilly Dresses will be trimmed with velvet that the pulp or interior of this orange 4t
dreary morning when the weather of yesterday. Shortly after 8 ,, with the unusually bitter skin
aboard, pulled anchor on o'clock we cast anchor at Grape Ham ribbons this summer removed and with the addition of I

hopekaliga and started at mock to purchase salt, which failed to Bilk poplin with the new, moire border twice as much sugar; would jelly into ,

voyage' something like that be among our groceries; an oversightof makes up charmingly.Jet ; an amber-colored product marmalade A
bus, over many miles of the Kissimmee clerk. Nobody home Is still OMNI most lavishly In trimming so bitter as bitter orange
waters. but two friendly dogs who met us at both hats and gowas. but having'sonic of the characteristic
Our friends will please to the house. Great was our disappointment whit flavor of that conserve. "p
imaginary trip with us, for. having no salt aboard the { Evening gowns ba" fringe The method of making tbsjelly'i* r'
F trimming on waists ands! skirts.Bubdued .
closely all the way. About cooks had to season everything with say] described a* follow:?,
our way the engine went ; salt pork and being almost desperatewe colors, pieta and sever Take all of the pulp of the orange. ,
to be fixed, which delayed us waited. Soon a family rowboat lines are fashion's latent kinks including the seed.. Add to it twice' .

when'we started again came ashore; all out fishing. Sorry to There Is a tendency In fashion to, its volume of water and boll it until ;f
bad beginning would make a relate another misfortune of Mr. Dil .JPBDlCI OBXATIOK. lean toward the large lint hats. the pulp fall to piece Strain the r

ing. lon's while pulling the "Margaret" i Variations of the sailor hat are many. There dress with and mixture through a ) Arrived at Southport canal closer to dock, a plank'broke, letting and now Is tbe time when ..women are skirts are mod eI box waists plaits!i flannel Jelly bag and add to the
o'clock; ate dinner while him fall through. He narrowly escaped making their selection of lints. Every entirely strained Juice twice a* much sugar et
the moment's were too Hats are being trimmed{ In black. by weight as there was original fruit x e
!, with no bones broken glad to say.
I woman loves! hats. Every woman goes
cooking. Although being a yellow and red. the Belgian colors.Lingerie pulp. Boil down this mixture until It
We the salt and went
got on our way forth to buy a uew fiat with a pleasurable "
it all it reaches while
was enjoyed by as the dresses have ruffles of plain the "jell'point.. Put 1
rejoicing. Nine o'clock passed
first. Went through Lake we feeling In her heart which only boiling hot into,dean glasses and seal 1'
embroidered net flounclugs.
beautiful home of the Menstiocas at net on
about 2 o'clock. Half was in the prospective purchase of a hut inspire the same as is the practice with other a
Turkey Hammock, the beginning of The old fashioned bodice la herd
large 'gator was 'seen lying *. She likes to order a new suit. jellies. .
bank. We immediately Kissimmee prairie. A little furtheron She likes to pore over fashion maga tight fitting and with point front and The chemists recommend the follow- ; '.

the men went back in small is Long Island. Now we are going sines and papers; In search of a new bock. ing test as a simple one to determine
kill it. But the distance into Kissimmee river proper; very below when fruit has reached the
style for her evening gown. The possession Little close lace petticoats "show syrup "Jell
but !] crooked. We
pretty decidedly are
away for shot they came of new glover shops silk stockIngs the Bored skirts I of evening gowns. point"; Make a thin flat stick or
getting into the home of the duck and
handed and off small about inch broad
paddle ,
we were But an
blouse fills her with joy.
curlew. Many seen flying over. or
been raining steady ever are and whittle this down to a straight
started, but stopped now for The prospect for catching fish looks hats stand alone In their glory. They edge. Dip the paddle or stick into t,

The lakes were smooth, ground along the river banks. Every- occupy: a niche In ber mind which Is the jelly mixture and remove it. Hold
gentle pitter-patter of thing seems to suggest them in abundance theirs, and theirs only. r'I WOMAN'S WORLD. : I the end down, and if the mixture has f

the water. Mr. Dillon but no time for that as many I That bat shown In the Illustration Is reached the Jelling point, it will be

ing all the way with a miles ef water lie,between' us and old of brown barnyard straw braided in noticed that the liouid will not drip

top of cabin but had no Lake Okeechobee, Florida's miniatureocean. wicker effect and worn with a decided Oregon has four women professional off in drops but will flake off that la,

Wind blowing cool from Getting somewhat cloudy again ,a slant. The crown I* of sand colored chauffeurs. a strip of Jelly will fall off from the t

The Hatchneeha canal is and misting slightly] at times. Ten velvet encircled with a wreath of flow. In China the mother-in-law to UM paddle in one mass i
ty flowering bonnets on o'clock we suddenly called! a hell Our varied The sour orange has been used ex- 4,4' ,
era and fruits In colors boss of the house.It .
and the boat seems to be boat's nozzle struck the bank and tensively as a stock on which to bud I
silver thread through the nearly everything aboard took a tum- Is claimed that women of this the commercial dtrnp!! fruit It was S y'

the canal. We passed a ble. The writer was enjoynig the WOMAN'S UNIQUE SPHERE.What country spend 85 per cent of the introduced into the Gulf states by the '

lemon tree laden with fruit scenery, standing near steering wheel wealth. Spanish colonists for this purpose and se.

no acid was nedede, never and went backward over a pile of Casvrlnl, the Futurist Says In the field at harvest time In Poland during the intervening year ha .
Just met two fish suitcases. Mrs. Buck fell the fly spread considerably by natural seedIng \M
get any. over BLOOBB AKD' SKIRT. About Her Clothing. far more women are to be seen than '
laden with fish; suppose wheel of engine into a bucket of as it is a very vigorous tree and
Kissimmee.At water. Mr. Dillon was on top of cabin. The reinstatement of the blouse and Casnrlnl. the clever futurUt, who has men. grows particularly well in low moist 4',
2:35 we are getting We immediately looked after him separate skirt Is sure. And be it known made It his business or an Important Tbe University of New Mexico ha* ground. There i* a considerably quantity \

Hatchneeha, being the finding him sitting aust as contentedly tbe utility blouse this season Is very part of his business In Americato established a department of household. of fruit from these tree* which j'

stormy weather of any of the as if nothing had happened. Luckily severe and exquisitely. ] tailored has a study femininity, thinks that there economics has hitherto been of little or no us* "

.... lakes. Water still smooth nobody hurt. As cause goes before high collar and long sleeves and Is but Is a needless amount of debate as to There are 106 colleges In the United and the chemist believe that the publication t

running nicely. Came to effect--J. Jf.. turned steering wheel the toned straight down before and right tbe sphere of woman. State. exclusively for women, wltb of the process for convert-
river at 3 o'clock. Just that's all. Droves of rabbits has he 20.000 students. ing the fruit into jelly' will enable l
wrong way under milady's dimpled chin. "Woman a sphere "1'' nearly t '
of tree to do
on east side. There owners sour orange
t houseboat camp anchored, some are seen among the tall fennels Such a blouse Is shown In the ac "Fancy for a moment a world with Twelve women are making a canvas some profitable preserving and pos-

ing and away back in the on high places.of wild and occasionally companying Illustration. It Is devel- out the ornament of woman's art-the of the moat remote parts of England lead to the making of the .,' ,"

a forlorn-looking little shack Plenty hogs oped of cream white georgette crape, art of ber hair the art of her physical for recruit for Lord Kitchener1* product on a commercial sealsNEW _'
a 'gator or moccasin on
different colors. A woman appears with a tiny turnover collar and turned beauty, tbe art of her clothes. How army. '
the scene. Snakes are seen sleeping COLORS IN COATS. Jr. '
only life visible. We in tops of bushes as we pass along. back culls Nothing could be simpleror stupid It would be. how unthinkable! Owing to the depression caused by - -- . ''

answer. A mile up the "river Now 10:40: ; getting warmer;; about smarter. "Yes, I know that man_- _the the.war TemI.servant-are-the only Whit in sport coats Is favored very'r

a launch, the "Magnet, at half sunshine, no rain. Just passed a And we cannot escape pockets If we highly decorated animal and you know kind of labor wanted In the British largely, many coats being made in all j 0( t

trance of the! Tatman both comfortable-looking houseboat belonging would. Illustrated.. a circular tailored what the world was then. Civilisation colonies. white, while others have touches of ;

dry river fennels not are seen pleasing on to a doctor near Green Swamp skirt of covert cloth. Triangular really dates from the time when women After women got the vote In New black in the collar eu '.,.belt and buti', A,

the These very waters landing. Next is Alligator Bluff. We,. pockets are placed at the front finished became the decorative element. Zealand waitresses who were formerly tons, says the Dry Good Economist; ; 1 '
eye. I landed here about 12; had a lively rabbit with trimming of tiny self covered Mre alt White and black at.rfpea, cheeks and
seined and flsfc not very Man's clothes now are not ** at paid 8 shillings a week received 20
Fort Gardner is very near. I chase down the river banks. buttons. The skirt la short to display Woman Is the melody; man Is the ac shillings plaid are much In evidence.' The new. 'i
shad of soldat bin Is Doing used to
tine and fishing seem .Jo be Great herds of swamp rabbit abound patent leather boots with tops of covert companiment."Of t
here like buffalo used to in the far some extent a* wall warmy j blue
try here. We landed at this cloth. POCKETS IN green
mail letter for Mrs. Buck west. We chased some into the river PLENTY ON
a who will Insist that clothe are .bad. neb and battleship
and watched them swim with *.' as navy
her best across MOST OF THE
Kissimmee for NEW COATS .
to was forgotten when hurriedly great rapidity. Mrs Buck and myself tHE GROWING GIRL merely for utility. Foolishness! Evena gray', are well thought but touch.*,*

here. On caught three large ones under pal- man and certainly a woman on a bat usually brightened up with a of
Bad luck got us a Some '
belt. -f
.. the boat swung around metto root petted them awhile and Paahlena 8m Mad. Per Her Speolal desert Island] would think of clothe a. the color in the collars' ,cuffs and Tan'. ,'.'Ii..,
re"I say Philadelphia North and shades Included in
are some
tree root knocking hole in let them free. Needs This Spring.. something more tban mere of the orders for sport coats __ ,.
t'* stem just above the Three fine trout were also caught For the girt who la neither a child human society, clothe become a pocket openings under plaits, yokes ,

.. It looked. serious at first but in- a very few minutes; 12:20, pulled nor a young lady the present fashions language. The rashest objector will be and seams. One norfolk suit has aqprious TOP COAT FEATURES..' ,";!. } '

assured us he could soon anchor and on our way again. Fine seem made for her special needs We found following either a present or a ararngement of plaits extend- Black and white checks\ art shown t

we purchased a box of tacks weather. Twelve forty we pass Or- all many time In the reign of the narrow past fashion-talking the clothes language ing upward from the belt and stop- for top coats. Many of these* coat ,J
with a Hammock the where
lady and together ange place an short about four
ping inches below
fixed skirt hare deplored the fact that of his kind. Not to do so Is to are cut double-breasted says the ChI- ,
vas the boat was soon abundance of honey used to be made the yoke to give room to an invisible 4
for market. On there the young girl with her undeveloped be misunderstood, to be separated. In cago Journal. A turnover collar is ,y
and we were on our way nearing Mr. pocket opening directly at the top of
Tho same lady gave Mrs. Dillon shot andkilled a small 'gator. I figure should don such an unbecomingstyle. this language womnn has charge of this plaited section and recognizedonly shown that is hl& the back,and +

myself: a fine grapefruit each. We went back: and took him aboard. No longer will this be necessary tbe elegance It Is she who adds the by the stitching, which Is sewed rolling in front. The dark bone buttons -, ."'1

four batteries and left About 4 o'clock we got intp a dead for the empire waist with the higher beauty. It'" she who adds the through the plaits. Pockets snuggle are the only ornamentation" of

Arrived at Nigger Ridge .- river; passed tWQ men in a boat inquired fuller skirt will beyond a doubt bea "'hlmsi<,al. Whutever may be said of in under the skirt yoke, and at each many of these coats. -

lay up for the night and about our whereabouts; were more graceful mode for her young her sense of humor, she has a keen side of the skirt panel, they are almost RUBMYTISM"Will t

Mr. Dillon and Mr. I told not to RO back, that four miles ladyship. The skirt that Is plain In the sense of humor as to clothes. She invisible, or have huge flaps,

row boat and went to mouth would lead us into the main river. So back and the front with the fullnessat grasps the art value the diversity andsurprise they are indicated revers and em- 'I,

fished and caught nothing I we kept on and soon got there. Parsed the sides will be a close rival of the value of the whimsical, never broidered motifs and in diminutivesize cure Jour Rheumatism

hook; some other fishermen a large alligator lying on the bank gathered or plaited Hk Irt. There Is another of they even perch themselves upon Neuralgia, Headaches Cramps;: { i1 ,
luck to some J. K. shot committing the absurdity taking the belts. '
good possess and wounded it. The water that bkln for favor, and newest Colic, Sprains Bruises Cuts and ,1
ceased and a breeze sprang fairly boiled when it plunged in but style clothes solemnly as so many men do. Insect ; ..
while trying to step thnt Is the gored .skirt well fitting at Burns Old Sores, Stings of
Dillon time - --- --
wee were making and
no Those cereals whichare
small pushed it the but with a derided Hare below l are preferable Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne,used in
to the one fhot at that 'gator., We passed a mileor top To Remove Fruit Stain. whole natural grains steamed ina .
der him and fell into the more of pretty maples changing the knees. The plaited skirts are invariably Fruit xtnlim 111 l be eradicate) easily double boiler for twenty-four hours. ternally and externally. Price 25c ;
and all. Lavalette had to the somewhat. The is stitched below the hips and e r
sun If one will wet them with a little camphor -
latter. Mr. Dillon went right nearly netting in an almost cloudlesswest from there they Bare lu the approved before wnsbliiKThen wash and ------ .
nothing for small things / t'
_lgp urning 1 short I. :
n'n and seemed to enjoy the so many curves manner. the lamina will dlHiipix-ur.. Glycerinmay C. A. CARSON President N. C. BRYAN. Secretary ;;
kept the men busy pumping water Bolero and Eton jacket efforts are to ;
IwliiK -
the rest of us; that may be lie used In n Rlinlliir manner "
Ohio out of the boat live last hour; no small be selected by the wiNe! parent for tbe before } .
his It
know some of which sure III both OIIHOS to use
job, plahl to be seen. This ..
himself girl. The high pia< ed belt 1
have' imagined growing | water touches the Btuln.For .
may river is surely crooked. The furtherwe
once more. Rest of our go the worse it gets. Lavelette also n I>C-COIIIIIK| style. grease (it a Ins there Is nothing The Waters & Carson ca's!,

dered around through the ei.ys we can almost !shake hands with While the lienifllwl H<1rt Is not a new better than eucalyptus. oilThis maybe :

of gnarled oaks and ourselves while making abrupt turns. mode for the young! girl, there Is a new used on delicate fabrics without .,'.

prttty place like that time derived Are! now making Mico Bluff landingat method of dlMx|
homely name. Supper 525. Wilt cast anchor for the one girlish affair they were applied at leaving no mark. !
and three hungry men night. This is a restful! place. Had each side of the front leaving a paneL Grocery Company 'J :' '

Buck and myself got supper rather early so the could _
under difficulties. Put; the supper men n u To Dry the Back. "
I deck cooked grits, visit and chat With the campers near- Worsted Embroidery.A Strips of Turkish toweling cut from "" "
stove on by. They looked the of jOt 1 4: .
Irish potatoes and coffee; picture con- shoulder scarf of green crepe d. towels that are beginning to show ." : ''I'.
tentment as they sat around the '
table ni cabirupf boxes and cheerful campfire no doubt chine Is embroidered In worsted of wear may be used to pull back and ', ',," "
exchanging ,
servers and together with campfire tales. One of them kindly dull green blue yellow and red. Tho forth across the back or be hemmed ; :"
iN. :
ables the supper was very work Is very effective and the color wash cloths and still give plenty 'kww.
skinned Mr.
Diloln's It l .
ished, having to eat by the alligator. scheme worked out Is highly striking. I ...... and R stall Dealer ta t :, '
lantern. was; a lovely night. Some of us slept of wear.

the after Lavaietit: moon 9 and*overhauled we a were all the out breeze.bright under moonshine the trees,and enjoying refreshing the FLOWERS PRESERVED.If '- +.OOO.OO..OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO+ GROCERIES I .' < :: ; :',..

yawning, wondering how to Breakfast into the stems of cut flowers + ", ,.
heads as over we pushed out I freshly + HOUSEHOLD HINTS. ,.it-
place to lay our is the river at 7:15: bound for Lake Oke- are dipped in melted wax the sap is 4 O .yf; '\\I,:, .
garet's" cargo Ohobee.: This is an ideal day; 8:15: retained and the flowers are said to 00000'00000000000000000000Save . Kr ::4\.
Various sizes of packages ptssed Williamson grove, a home-like last longer. The water should be . . . . . <. . . . . . . .. ..... .... : \;
and small.- the rinds of bacon to hasten '
great '
looking place. Cattle and sheep are changed each day. .'
We thought awhile then in fine condition here, having the appearance a slow fire. e e WE SELL: WE BUYa 4' !.I. \'It'
like ants, carrying 4 ,
work .
fit to r >
plenty eat. Passed
willows .
water overhangingthe HAY \
toward the bow; but swampy Blocks the best of all ,, '
things Bassenger at 9 o'clock. Scenery here river banks. One five anchoredFor are among mDES P: ,, ,
*n the cabin later on saw us is and looks like toys for children. :. :, /.
Buck very pretty living. dinner at Ishtopoga creek; ran up e e GRAIN :i '.
comfortable. ,
-ifairly Nine thirty-five brings us to the beau- in some hyacinths and stopped to eat. FURS il'\ .
NJself side-seats or I A bath in soda water'is as refreshing -
sat on tiful home of Mrs. Pierce. River here Started at 1:30. Near Double Run a FERTILIZERS b .
they are mostly called, is wide much banks I in winter as in summer. .
made prtetier lots of fourteen-foot 'gator was shot at and C # WOOL .. "
teen Inches wide and not oaks and palms, scattered along; current supposedly missed, as it disappeared SHINGLES I- ,, .- "
The three, men slept Oil is beat for the ...
over. not so strong; some places rather out of sight. Soon another 'gator received paint nursery 'oj .
in 'middle of boat..midni We high bluffs. The trees droopingover a shot from Mr. Dillon's gun. walls if one can. possibly. have it. ORANGE BOXES AND :(. .!.. ,'';t !

'entertained by.a frogs the water reflected their beauty. At I I The boat was turned around and went -"' {
Seemingly a legion of 10:15 passed the "'Morgan'pt'Op Very good shoes for baby can be ALL .; 'ti\
'' ; I back to pick him tip, but his tall was ORANGE: WRAPS.VEGETABLE :
v, and sizes, mingled with snores scenery getting more Interesting; ; the last seen of that 'gator, going made from ,bits*of*bathrobe* material. 1 .1 ,I'
-*? 't! *;.:'''" .. down to his home the muddy water. : CRATES: 1.4\; ; .
'Appreciate 1t.;z;}?.P vast expanse of Inundated prairie behind W* can just imagine 'what kind of Cut flower should be put in a high : '. '. ,
: ., 4 The .motion"was 'made.and -us.. Fine weather. PUtU's I. pail of water every night if one wishes > :
tale he told the loved one* about Otft.TK 44t .. #PRODUC fet .:;. .
"1 :that .,.:all ,aris*.at dawn'of, Landing 'on left ,of."'',,;'No,.sign of Mr. Dillon's ,shooting." Several more them" to last. e .\ : ":. ', -
:/commence 'our'voyage}' life,*save'on'who. seemed I old ruldenta of fifteen feet or herewere To'have delicious mincemeat add to ..... . .! .,... .. .. .. .iAi ... .. -

:rKUslmme*,:while calm,:as the. pleased tosee,; oa,..Birds are ,scarce seen oat nnnlnff themselves bat crock of mincemeat pint 1> .. ... '..".. .. .., ., wall i -
;ethtea :"mile* >acroa.*
day ,was wen UB-J'f making-rfk laoaeb: and 1JW passed water before''Mr. DUlon'i hot' could prerved' w. .... ...... ata...""" .. .w eat ..... d --...

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$ ./ ', CI'o: a THE'KISSIMMEE.: )VAL'1.EY; GAZETTE/ w, ___.", .' _'.. .. ,- ?" FRIDAY' 'MARCH ll,, If IS ..,, '.,oi\i\:

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*4> . J -- .MIM. "- .- -, :.. .A, :Bargain' :in 'Tours RUSSIANS AGAIN :'; not fortress tiff from of Tilsit'Vhe ;Important and the presence Ger*- ORLANDO' FAVORSKISSIMMEE ", "- '. .. ;/'j::

: there of Russian! troop mar
Notes .71.SO TO CALIFORNIA KXPO, mean a new invasion of German ter- '
[ > eL SITIONa AND RETURN TO C1UCA- INVADE PRUSSIALondon.Ruealan ritory. MEET \ ;;i 1

(Maple Belle Harris, Editor.) RATES. Address. N, U. UM 184 NEGRO KILIED IK' The Orlando Reporter-Star, say'*;

J West Bag 8... Jackeonvllle' forces .continue Without waiting to be asked the-

'i Reqeert b made t. aH patron of tie Valley Gazette to vend ItesuI their efforts in northern to throw Poland back but the the Germans Ger- ,, Reporter-Star wishes to cast its, vote .
ROW AT WHITTIER In advance for Kissimmee as the next
ci society events to 'the Editor for publication in thee colons. were ston officiating.united ia marriage The wedding, Pat John-was man have war been office repulsed.says all The these statement attacks meeting place for the Florida Press.

very quiet, there being present: _only': shows, however, that the Russians succeeded A I association Kissimmee was a candi-
who his is A the last .session and !
) IOIOIOIOIOIOHIOIOI two sisters of the groom, Miss Maud negro says name date at .
in German soil
111101010101010101"'IOII'j. Alice Wagner and Mrs. Pat Johnston. penetrating White, was brought to Kissimmee last but a vote or two of landing the meet-
;; DANCE. yards, streets and the shores of the I The bride is one of the beautiful I once more, striking in at the north- night by Deputy Sheriff Julian Monts- ing for the year. Miami had gone
Ff water condition ern end of east Prussia. The Rus- doca and Mr. from Whit- ahead and the victory
ways in. a sanitary daughter of Mr. Bronson. Armstrong after it two years
'1. Invitations have been Issued by the and helping to make "F1ort la. fie The Is one o William Ollt Mans are accused: of burning and pil- tier, where he shot and killed another was hers. Miami will be a rev-
+ groom popu-
I "Better View" club for a dance at healthiest state In the union." I lar young; men of the county and the laging villages, and the German gov negro, Jesse Rogers, who formerly elation to the editors who have never
ernment it will retaliat
f ; the skating rink on. Thursday evening At the meeting of the annual State son of Mr. Thomas Driggers. Mr. announces by lived here.It visited that splendid city. We are
March 25. on March llth, four hundred members and Mrs. Driggers will make their destroying three Russian villages for ill said that Rogers had! threatened pleAsed that they will have the chanceof
(i .' . were assembled, and It was dt- future home in Rosalie, Fla. every German village destroyed. to kill White when the "paycar seeing the east coast metropolisin
CARD I'AHTV. cided amongother Important BUDjucln . Forts Reported Fallen. rolled" and when he went to White' all the gloryof-itswinter season
9 Anderson, of Emmett that the coming Legislature should I MRS. BOICE, HOSTESS. The outer fort of Przemysl, toward barbershop Thursday, he was met witha dress It will be good for the editors
i ,I Minx entertained Jean at cards Wednesday b<> petitioned to save the buzzard Mrs Horace W. Boice delightfully which a part of the Austrian army load from a shotgun in White's and good for Miami. And when it'
( has been
+ street, struggling in an effort to
f r the color scheme being for the future good of the health of entertained the members of the Missionary hands. comes time to select the next meet-
1 evening, of St. Patrick's day. Florldlans I society of the Presbyterian bring relief to the besieged garrison, White was turned over to Sheriff ing place we hope to see the vote fall
in honor has last fallen before the Russians
r ipl green Favors were won by Dr. F. J. Moyer, A musical. program Is being arranged church Wednesday afternoon at her acocrding to unofficial statement. Ingram and placed in the County jail unanimously to Kissimmee. It is Kis-
home on Vine street. The house was to await trial simmee's and her fine people
of I Lockport, N. Y., and Mr. Sam and the evening's entertaIn- Although confirmation is lacking,
attractively decorated in in will outdo themselves to show the
llann, of Heaver Falls, Pa. ment will be under the charge of the green
. president. who will be ably assistedby honor of St. Patrick's day. A unique Nets are the most imnortant of all newspaper men of the tate a royal
I'AHKHl-I-KK: : WKIMHNO: Mrs W. H. Maklnson, second vice- program of impromptu numbers was I I laces. time.
I enjoyed, after which delicious refreshments port as not improbable. They referto
One of the most elaborate events president were nerved Mrs. Boice was the fact that news dispatches received -
Added to this entertainment Representative -
of the winter will occur next week In assisted in entertaining by her sister from Petrograd yesterday said
-1 N. P. Bryan has pr mired the surrender of this
y4 stronghold
the wedding of Miss Vivian Lee Miss Frances Bay. was
r of Mr. and Mrs John Martin to attend the meeting and we hope ., but a matter of a few days.
j daughter Lee and Mr. Zebulan Newton to have a few words from hi monKiselmniee's FIVE HUNDRED CLUB True or untrue, this is about the If IT ISN'T IN THE WINDOW '

Parker, of Arcadia. The wedd'ng light weight aeroplaneofficers ENTERTAINED only overnight news from the east-
-the buzzards. Senator Ar- ern front, although there has l been;
k I. .. will take place at Methodist 8:30 thur E. I>onegan. Interested, too, In Mrs. Overstreet and Mrs. Cadell delightfully much speculation concerning the en-
church Wednesday evening; at :
this question, will be asked to give entertained the Five Hun- Brement reported on the northern
will be held atthe You
p o'clock. A reception will find it in.ide.
< his views dred club this week with a St. Patrick's frontier of east Prussia, and referredto
r from 9 to 11.
+ 1bome * With Osceola county taking such party. A very tempting salad in wireless messages from Berlinas Just what you want in
r ROOKCLUB.r an active Interest it Is believed In I course was served with mint punch "Weak Russian Attack on Taurog-
I ;" r, the welfare of the community the I and cake Those present: were: Mesdames gen and Lanzargen." Lanzargen is
Ellen Anstead entertained the Florida Legislature of 1915 will Katz, Clark Bundy, Boice, just within the borders of east Prus.-
members of the Rook club last Thurs- spanthe buzzard family for future I Woodbeck and Allen; Misses Turville,
day evening at her home on Mabbette usefulness, and counteract some of i I Dixon and Hay The guests of the 1111111111111111111111111"Weekly Sterling Silver
+ P street After the games delicious re- his faults for the sod,, he has done I club were: Mesdames Powell, Ingram,
I freshments of lemonade and sands and will continue to do ( Min J. M I Moyer and Barber; Misses Powell, McGraw Notes of China Cut Glass
s J : wiches were served Those present W.. Jr..) Minnie Moore-WIllHon. pros and Allen. The guest prize was or
were Misses Crate; Gilbert, Norma Ident KIsHliinniM I Audubon society I won by Mrs Moyer. Mrs. Boice won
l Griffin, Mary Tiller, Ada LOUIse Simpson * t first prize and Miss Bay consolation Church Work and
Violet Bullock, Mabel\ Overfctreet, AT THE til AIM Fit HOl'SE I prize

Messrs Laurence ('arr, Roy Carr, Ned Mrs I L. Zimmerman and Mrs. FhI1'RUt'1: i ION Ill IL 1i4NON' I Christian ProgressIIIIII111111II11111111 Call and See
i Bullock, Hob Bullock David Anstead Paulk were hostesses at the Chapter }
: I and Dick Bullock. House Tuesday evening The Chapter -
1 Mouse tastefully decorated for I Jacksonville.-City Attorney Odom I f
wa ,
is dratfmir, at the of Jackson
MISS PimKHS IIOSTESS., the occasion with plants, cut flowers request I
t pot ill Conducted by Local Ministers'Association.
f. I' citizens, a bill! to be presented
1 and terns Th following i
programwas .
r Miss Lorena Powers entertained the stele, Kislatur> next month. COLE JEWELRY COMPANY
rendered: I Instrumental\ solo, .
Tuesday evening at her home on Vine : wliU 1 1I If I"\'d.) will abolish hanging/; :
vocal solo t ,1111,11,11111,1,1,1111"METHODIST I
street The house was beautifully decorated Miss Louise ''Ihomason ; I in Fl >rlda 'as a method l of legal ex11(1011 26 Broadway I
1tr s..I.I R. ('onn of St (Cloud violin
/, i with cut (lowers and ferns ; 1: ( iin, 4 will suhslllut) o'l'I'u I t HUK('1C. i:

After various games were plnyed refreshments - solo, Mrs S. 11. Bullock; instrumental rut ton Im..t( nil. The pustor will preach at I the mo" .............. ..... ... .. .............. ->
---.e-x.: : S. ,
solo, Miss Maud Alice WaRner/ ; I hour >- "Oo<: -:- : : : : : : >->: : :-:-+-K-C---: >: :-:-: :-:-:-: : : : : : : : : >
,., of hot chocolate, cake and riuimns. violin 't'henare many people In Jackson ing on 1'he I Supreme Demand
ri fruit were sered Those present were vocla 1 solo, Miss Lauin ; instrumental I yule and throughout Florida who h.-I I I Flllth." At 7l:lr> in the evening 011'' -

r Misees Rffie Bass, Susie Lindsey, solo, Al r. R J De-Witt J. K. Brown(' ; The- lieve I hat 1 tilt stall: should l adopt .1"-1 "Christianity and the Future" These ,I < :--x.: >----x-: : >->- '->-.--: :->->->-
solo Mrs onn
( + Ruth Flora, Emma Mayers, Ruby with troiiillon as u means of exegutingprisoiu ar" vital subjects to both "saint and
n Bass; Messrs Ernest Powers, Willie programs were typewritten tied with .PH. It In said that many represcnlaties sinner" and evry one is cordially invited WE SELL FOR LESS---CASH IS KING
.\ Weggman/ Albert Bass, Elmer Bass pretty han liefleshmtaits tea
h dainty ribbon. 4 C II-
and Harold Woodall. serveel favor of the chang It Is. Bald that NEW RELIEF
N and cake were
the number> of states enlist tlluling
On March 28 the hour .
PYTHIAN SISTFRS. electrocution for hanging l is Incroan morning ..
1' The Klsslmee-Audubon society Mrs L. R. Farmer and Mrs T. M. Ing rapidly will be devoted at the Methodist COMfORT
( the home of church to the installation of the work- SHOES
wishes to announce that an ontoitalnment Rivers wlil entertain at
force of the Sunday school. The '
Is belt.K planned the dote Mrs Farmer for the I'ythian Sisters PRESBYTERIANS DEMAND I i ing
v AT LEAST $1.000 A YEAR superintendent and pastor realize that
after- :
i' to be anounced later, with the prDinISA and their friends on Thursday
FOR THEIR MINISTERS the most important work before the For Tender Joints .
\ from 3 to 5 o'clock
to thox who attend that "o'ninteresting <> noon
( M M Pittsburg, Pa-The Allegheny Presbytery school is the training of the childrenand
I will\ be relowed I
'r subjects RAGS DALES ENTERTAIN. of the United Presbyterian i on this occasion hope to make We have the mod complete hue of Comfort' Shoe that ever
Particularly! will the much Jlsi'insndlmszardccMUASJn
i Mr. and Mrs Sam RIIR' dale enter church, at a meeting here, have adopted I more efficient this part of the work. came to Kissimmee. We have them in Juliet Plain Lace Oxfords
share of the ,
: for a
..., Thurt lay resolution that is earnestly hoped that
delightfully a providing
d every
t4 -very every
i t. evening's vork. This oldest hjnlt: >iry at a dinner party given at pastor of that denomination in this : teacher and officer of the school will Kid Lace Plain, Kid Button Plain Kid Lace Tip, Kid TwoStrapand
t ., :.. officer of Florida Is dpsonln" of the Kissimmee Golf and Country club. country must be paid at least $1,000a be present and every parent and well- Kid One-Strap. ALL SIZES.
,; ,j._ some recompense, '( It in only that his' Those who enjoyed the evening as year and be provided a Parsonage. wisher of the child life of the city
y neck be saved, for he has worked PRICES 10 TO 15 PER CENT
will LOWER
of Mr. and Mrs. Ragsdale were: I come and help to do a larger and THAN ELSEWHERE.
:;: faithfully and well ever since that guests Mrs Andre Van der Meersch, Mrs. >\'OVT VHT: OFFICE more efficient work for the childrenBAPTIST .
m when Ponce de Leona Tallahassee. In of the C M
unny April day M. Braid, Mr C. Calvert Russell, Miss -- spite splendid -
, w k landed on the shores of Florida. For Mattie Belle Harris, Mr. W. B. Harris endorsements which he has received CHURCIL The Shoe
ij 4c 40S year the Buzzard family have and E. E. Naugle. since the resignation of Judge Sunday school 9:46; Bible class 10; Family StoreJ.

been the best san'tary officer of CCC Emmett Wolfe from the bencK of preaching service 11 o'clock.n the W. HARRIS, Manager In the Dann Building
r Florida, and no Ute or county record DRIGGERSBRONSON.On the First Judicial Circuit, wblch"em- morning. Busy Bees 2:30; Juniors at
show that they hare ever received last Tuesday evening at the res- braces the counties of Escambia, San- 3pm. Preaching service at 7:15: p. m.
r, r cent of alary, while they idence of Pat Johnston, Mr. Thomas ta Rosa and Walton, Attorney General The pastor will preach at both the ...... .O..O.OOO.O..OOO. ....OOO..OOO.OO..O.O.O.. I Io..o

t ',, worked assiduously keeping back! Drljfgers and Miss Jeanette Bronson West will not accept the office morning and evening hours. Morn-
ing subject '"God's Government of .oooooooooooo..oooo..
Israel a Failure and Why." The even-

N'r and ing sermon Prophecy will to be Nicodemus.on "The"Promise I The Place Where Your Dimes Last Like Dollars \

All are cordially invited and stran-

gers and visitors are especially welcomed -
r1! .


( Every man and boy in Kissimmeeand
i ix vicinity is urgently requested to

I attend the laymen's meeting at 3
l & o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Meth- as Real Panama
Less Work odist church. Many of our brethren 98
testify that they get a great deal of For Ladies and Misses C
strength and help from attending

these splendid meetings and if theyare Sale While
Special They Last _ _ _
S For Florida's a to be far-reaching and succeed it
must be done through the united efforts -
: ** p of our citizenship. We have also wire frames, only--------------________-__10e
It is your duty to help in bringingthe Dress shapes, flowers and other hat trimmings for your Easter bonnet.

kingdom of God as near to us
Housewives as possible. Let us all work for the
w better spiritual life and the closer Just received a Factory Shipment of WorkshirU. Save the. mid-

walk with God. Matters of vital importance dleman's profit and buy them here. Sizes 14 to 19.

In to the people generally will Regular SO cent value__----______--_________--__--____39e
k this and
, ; warm delightful state housewives be discussed at this meeting and it is

ti ; ii:. for health's sake, should not remain in D earnestly desired that all should come. We have a new line of Oliver Twist Dresses, the latest things for

,. hot kitchens over hotter stoves. Besides hot. You, who know the good of these little girls at, only -------------------------___________50cJ
,yrl I }; meetings, make it a point to come

I li :. heavy foods are hard to digest and cause decreased out and bring one or more friends J I Oliver Twist Rompers for hide boys__________--_--__J5e to SOc
with you and be instrumental in help-
: activity. ir.
that all the Christians of
r. For a cooling easily prepared and nourishing the town will pray over this matter, SHOES WHICH WE BOUGHT ESPECIALLY TO "

food usePost then help their prayers to come true COMPETE WITH THE MAIL ORDER HOUSES.
J. by attending the meeting and bringIng -
several friends.

1pf/ 4 t' k W.Sincerely H. JONES, Chairman. THE DOLLAR LIMIT STOREHome

Toastiesthe I of Sc, lOc and 2Sc Goods G. W. Persons Company i

Said ......0..0000000000000.0000000..0............ !
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t .. 9+dr the corn sweetmeat. oi About KissimmeeOf

4' This allows the housewife to enjoy the delightful out-of-doors
Klsslnunee should have For short time
i and makes for happy days and increased activity of everybody. the Press course Association; next; but Free! a

somehow this foregone conclusion

f'_ h6 business should be cut out, as an will
r Post Toasties are made from the hearts of the choicest Indian corn. exciting election contest U so much we give

,. r. r .:;t cooked seasoned rollec thin and toasted to a rich golden-brown crispness. more tun. And think of that Rube .

' The food is then packed in the new wax wrapped package which keeps out Allyn speech we would have missed

'f ; 1 i moisture dust and taint and SEALS-IN the delicate oven flavour-ready for -last year. Petersburg if there had Times.been no contest.St. 6 .cans Globe Brand

I. instant serving. . '
Kissimmee wants the next press Evaporated 2
i association meeting. Let her have it.
<*. Try some Post Toasties -with milk cream of Florida fruit- appetizing. We wll learn how to pronounce 11*.- .Milk 'c'

convenient economical. . -arn-o. at Ml-am-11. and H ia meet I' ; ft.0 ,
A r that we learn Kisa-sem-ii is not Kl.emmessClearwater. ..- \, '
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;I '. j-i* Insistupon. toe jSuperiprCorn 4>> FlalcM--::.' r. ,II,. "The Kiadmme.duette.ti'iettisg:. .(1;AfCMjr,,,,, ... .j"FJ.d.1e.___....... ... o> 1t Amd a 2Sc Cat.: Op..".er'FREE.

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...', FRIDAY, .MARCH. "+M,,' .HIS .. '", .THE< KISSIMMEE "VA'LLIY' GAZETTE, 'Ir fltt.

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:. THE K1SSIMHEE VALLEY GAZETTE ,Ira Best Bradentown. '" "pentvWedneadayTnOrlando. ) +l t .,ur v+ -A*, >t*# 4v > 'BOLDSP' T Tf' ,
of WILL :
.;was the Hunter Dillard.. .. 'h"-t k:
" .__ _1L- *"rTeleyhoae.. tit .> guest this week of hla parents',Mr. .' ). Allies" Get Ready to' ELECTION '
and Mrs, O, W. Best. ...- .- .. NEELEY'S ],' '4
Published Fray: Friday By < Mrs.; S. XL Fields of toughmanswea
'T.Uahasew-'two i Leon couatyreIdejits *-
W: rs. HAtaI. A M. O. TAUT AONEWi nauseating.ffetta.No M'e1 a shopper. her Wednesda. .. \" >;" Hit Hardest' Blow Now haye announced UM*1 teyV'

Its results.." ,Osoeola ,' 'There'''will'' be no ;entertainment'.''at. ; be candidate in a special election' to
.... .. ... .i..i.. .t... ; Pharmacy.+ HMt the Chapter. Mouse this .* ning.l, :". '. of name the successor to 4ofc L. Nee.1.yl' -

here Arthur Smith, ,of Sanford, was Miss, Mario .O'Beryy' Or i LondoiLTh daily* * 'reports 'V the ceases i-d CiLcii, the Carpathians and wborreceatl resigned ":'repreMntatire -, '
Tuesday sister In the aa to be
the of his legislature
i i rueit week-end visit with increased'rtiention In the Caucausus region.' .
: \Yeatber'Report Mrs. George Saunders. lando today' for a > war are attracting The' allied fleet .still-- -hammer.lag in a position to .accept the''appoint-. /rmeat
friends.: becauaa i of Increased activities of are district' attorney for ",u..
Tunic skirts arp one-third off at the'British,' French: and i German at the Dardanelles' though frog'ress aa .
Not then district of Florida be
Come and bargains. Theyare ,
see our );.
Uanns. is eI'I
Don't forget we give conpens. H..Lawson armies and the reappearance on the unreported. r \J. ,J -- I i'
the best offered. F. ads.
ever _,, "-" "-, :
Following *
temperatures of British and Frenchwarships. "
art daily Belgian coast
ped'al electtori'wfll 'he' Immediately
A .
New' : .
., The tim is for colors"are'army:blue
and [ . nearing a "
precipitation Mr. and Mrs. Belgianbltq ) to determine the successorto
G. IL White and
as reported by Government daughter: of Whittier, spent several 'Mrs. ,T.1.,( Ililllard, of HilUa 'd'. Island supreme struggle in the west.Supported . .. ..and.. battleship gray..,. [r jj Mr. Neeley, ,Her; J.::: B. Proltt and
visitor to the city on by the warships of the -
days here this week. was a : Ai" H. Wllllanuf the'onlt'two who
station at Kissimmee for the Strictly tailor-mad suits
,Thursday allies, the Belgians have consolidated appear bar so far announced their Intention
week ending March 18: Just Liv-ver-lax is purely vegetable. Just received a few small pieces of the ground they recently won. The once more. ..f. maktne the race. ?, . _- ,
what need British have donelikewise with the
to tone
__ __ __66 49 you up your
Friday the beautiful French pen painting, at _.
system. Ask Osoeola Pharmacy. 10-4t strip taken from the Germans near --
Saturday __ ____64 60 .20 Mr. and Mrs. The Embroidery Shop. Neuv-a Chappelle They have recovered r't
J. J. Johnston and
Sunday __ _.62 47 .40 Mrs. Bush Crane, of St. Cloud, were Andre Van der Meersch is spending nearlv all lost trenches aroundSt. ...
Monday ._ h __65 49 in the city Tuesday. several days on a business trip to New I Tiol. There has been heavy fighting I Don't ...
in the .and Fail to See
Champagne, Argonne
Tuesday_ ._ _-G8 47 York city. ,
Frank T. Qtaham, representing the Vosges districts, where the French and
Wednesday _ __62 40 Tampa Tribune, was a visitor here on Still giving big bargains in sho'!s. Germans claim successes. These operations -
I Thursday _69 39 Tuesday and Wednesday. See our 98c to $1.98 bargain table.F. are believed preliminary to the
-- --
i I H. Lawson.Dr. offensive planned by the allies when
A few \ladies' coats left, which
Winn and Pearce II. the ground dries. OUR SPRING SUITS
-.oooo.oooo..oocooootill I will sell at half price. Dann's. Re- Glhsscock! W. spent L. Thursday afternoonand Tho Russians are showing more activities -
member ws give .
) 11111 11111 11111 11111 III. coupons. evening in Orlando.We than their allies. They are
Liv-ver-lax is harmless-not a dead- reported advancing on both sides of
ly poison like calomel. Any child is sell shoes from our bargain the Crzye river, repulsing a German
THE LOCAL FIELD .1J safe and happy by the use of liv-ver- table for the whole family: papa, counter movement. The Germans 4
I. .1 lax. io-4t mamnfa, Susie, Mary, Johnnie and claim they have repelled the Rus- We handle the Famous Line of i,' ;
Tommie. F. H. Lawson.W. sian advance and captured 2.000 pris b
. . Madame J. Voile returned from .
- . . . . . . . . . . . Tampa Monday, after spending ten B. Weeks, traveling representative oners.- The Russians also claim suc- Schloss Brothers Clothing '
of the Florida Metropolis, was .I
days there with friends.
Ask for Reed's label bread.H. .
in Klssimee this week on business for
Which can't be beat for Fit, Style and Texture
W. Grady was In St. Cloud Tues- F. W. Hill, a prominent businessman his publication.All Fraud PaintThe
and postmaster at Narcoosee, was !I
day on business.H. in the city last Saturday. I materials for filet embroidery worst mistake one is likely to New Line of Palm Beach Suits

E. Beatty, of Jennings, visited Mrs. W. n. Summer al1 and daughter Embroid-ery i make In painting la wrong paint; It Is

the city on Tuesday. Miss Nellie, of Atlanta, are visiting I terials.; easy lo make. Selling. at $8.00 :

R ed's Home Bakery is clean andC. lends In Kins'mmee. I We all say "Ours is the best": and v
Sheriff L.H.. Ingram returned I there are 1000 of us. One Is hest ;
F. Johnson spent Saturday In Regular fifty cent fleece-lined underwear Thursday afternoon from Ocala, but a dozen an so noar on a level Warm summer days" are coming and you will need some,
Tampa on hunine... While last 33c. We 'I the state
they give where he attended cogvention '
that no ono knows, for sure, that his I thing in this line. tA'f1.
You get bread that is bread when coupons. I of thn sheriffs of Florida. i Is the one. -

you buy Reed's label bread. Get rid of the grouch. Liv-ver-lax In ram reports. that the entertained guardians by of I The worst paints are the worst

F. E. Baxter of Orlando, spent Wed- makes the sun shine brighter. Osceola the were royally i Hart.; they know what they are, put

nesday in Kissimmee.R. { Pharmacy. will tell you about Livverlax. Ion, a bold face, and I brazen It out; 1 C. Stanford Co.
10 4t I Mr and Mrs. John Whittaker anddaughter. Their one Hue argument Is low .
C. Graves and J. L. Griffin Providence,
spent Miss
Miss Irene Milliard and James Hil- price' ; but low-pore! paint Is. always. : I .
Wednesday in Orlando. i liard), of Milliard's island, were in the R. I.. were in the city Mondnv. From few ,, muni< bE'. a frAud; It is made to cheat j i Ki'simmee St. Cloud .i b
field boxes for city Wednesday business. here they wrft to Tampa a
Cypress sa-; cheap. : on I cheutablo people.
Osceola Lumber & Furniture Co. 29-tf I I Hall who has been days.. They. _. hnve Iven spending__the 0- i DKVOE 1-- . : .'. - :-. -
Waller visiting "nter at I.>t. Cloud, but will come 10KiFsimmee t
Ira Pullen, of Narcoosee, spent i J ( Dillon 1> of Milliard's island, has next spason. -__- _ __ --- -.r -_ _.T '., *. MBig Ca.
Wednesday in Kissimmoe returned to his home in Ohio. .
I I Mr. and Mrs. Will Wntson, of RtAlhans. .
Bert Baxter, of St Cloud, was a visitor Mrs W. E. Walsh visited her patents . M..., who have been visiting j '
in KisHimmee Monday. Mi and MiSeaman, at KisI Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Litty for, several -I 't,
I simmer... (Park last Saturday., j I weeks, started north on Wednes-
B or 6 doses Mill( will break ary case I II
Chills. Price 25 cents | Mi ;sod j Mrs C; W. Shorn of AI- day. They will spend about a monthon s
of Fever
or liun..*, Ohio arrived l In Kis Miii III"" j j jI the wav home, stopping for visitsin Public Demonstration i
B, E Evans and A. E. Thomas this week to upend several day j, various cities en route. 1I

spent Monday at N8 rcoo ee. I ti i W I.1 Bather, Osceola county's efficient Dr. and Mrp Julius King, of Cleve- I, +$ as

W. H. Brokaw, with Grilling Bjoth- I tax assessor, spent Tuesday and l I""d. 0., and Mrs. E. C. Smith. of I

WI era, the tree people\!: 40. tf Wednesday ajl St. Cloud on official'' Chautauqua. N. Y., who are 8pendin"'l
I business. the winter months at
Dr. Harry Adams spent several I' ed to Kissimmee Saturday wUh S. S.

days last week In Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Jones are Griffin, representative.elect from Orange -

.. OP. Garrett has returned from I the proud parents of a fine nine-pound county. SATURDAY-
son, who came to bless their home .
a business trip to radpn lown. last Sunday. I Miss Mary Carson her ssient. Miss j I

. A. W. Smith, of Sanford WAS a Virginia Hinter, of RevnosBi> Ga., and' 1'",; ,
I Liv-ver-lax stimulates the liver. A
Monday. Dr. H. T. Geiger and BJ.. Dutton

Kissimmee E. C. Sample visitor, of on Orlando spent child harmless can take vegetable it.safely.compound.( Ask* Osceola Any I formed Tohopekaliga a happy last fishing, on They Lake On Saturday, March 20th, there will be a Demonstrator ,Ji ,, w ?.'

Monday In Kissimmee on business. I Pharmacy. 10-4t brovfrht back a fine string of fish to 'r

W. A. Smiths of Lakeland, visited Attorney G. P. Garrett was in Or- prove their ability as fishermen. in all the leading Grocery Stores Demonstrating the < '

f riei d -Uv Kt "nmge! on Sunday.! lando Wednesday night to attend the Burbank's Spineless Cactus Is the rbt
minstrel show given by the Universityof world's latest forage, vegetable and .. ..
F. Desmond Little, of Narcoosee, Florida boys. frul wonder. Solves the feed problem

was in the city Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Jphn It. Morton, who of the live stock Industry.

W. M. Rogers, of McCook Neb., have been spending the winter on Thrives on sand and suns! Ine Send Calumet BakingPowd: r ;:

was in the city on business Tuesday. Mabbette street, left Monday for their for catalog. Samuel K. Kidder, Mon- ,
Florida. A good live agent
of St. Cloud. home In Kentucky.Mr. tlcello.
W. H Smith, mayor wanted here now. 13-2tpd
Kissimmee on business Tuesday the Web-
In Mapp, representing
was, i' *-or Brothers Shoe Company, of North Clinton: A. Celts his children Mu- This Bakiaf Powder received the Hifhert Aware! at the Pare Food Skew kcU f 1. .Ckkaf. 'ta 1907, lull "

':. Mrs. Stanley McCurdy, of Mrs Apopka C. A., Adams trade here, Mass., this, week.was calling on the riel Anna and Oljtc Mildred, who and have)hi been* mother living, Mrs.; on again 'at Paris, France: ia.1912-, received. tie Gold Medal for l being tit.Most. 'Pore.... Wk hstse. < :
of *
was the guestsMonday West Emmett street left on Monday" . W. .,
Mrs. M. Tiller, daughter; M's. Virginia "t' *;
Barnes. for their< home In jNiles. Mich. The "
Ie your lIv-er Inactive Wv-ver.lMc and Miss Gladys Crawford fiflHi' family have been coming to The Ladies of .isslmmee and the: :sui-roundingCountry/;; ;:
visitors to Orlando during the
Osceola Pharmacy. were Florida for several winters'and have
will wake it up. 100U I latter part of last week. found Kissimmee. their favorite winter are invited to come" !!'Your Grocer" and let the :Lady Tn t' .

of Kissimmee Park, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Caldwell, of St. residence.F.
spent A. E.last Friday in Kissimmee on Cloud KisBimmee, spent last as Friday guests and of Saturdayin their Marguerite. B. Robins, and, Mrs.his daughter.F. R.: Mallory Miss. charge show you why this Baking Powder; is "Best by Test!:, :it-

daughter, Mrs. W. 1. Barber. who have been spending several days) 4

Creek E ,L.was D.a Overstreet.visitor in Kismmmee of last sanitary and cakes You get when only pure call bread for, club at the, left Klsslmmea Monday Golf en route and to Country their Recollect that you buy thi. Baking Powder under a Guarantee that IF you do DOt'like
pies you
Saturday. Reed's. borne In Toronto. Canada. They will it better than any other kind, return it to your Grocer and gel your money back; t I.
Misses Vivian and Mildred Lee noe>nd a week or ten days at Pine-
Monday the guests of friends Jn Mrs. C. W. Stute left Tuesday to hurst N. C., before proceeding to
spent spend a week with her daughter, Miss
Orlando.See Bessie, who is employed there as
our five cent apron gingham in stenographer for P. A. Vans Agnew. I and Mrs. P. R. Hartnett, of Calumet Baking Powder CoT
guaranteed colors. Dann's. We give Ft. Wayne. Ind., who have been at
Otis H. George, who last year was KiosimmA for some time, left Satur-
coupons. the Kissimmee Golf
golf instructor at
Mass day for their home. They own pron-
Summerall and daughter club and who is simi-
Mrs. now occupying a ertv in the Kissimmee Park section
Nell, of Atlanta, are visiting friendsin lar position at Winter Park, was a red will return later to make this -

the city.Livverlax. visitor here Sunday and Monday. i their permanent home. Thev werehighly -- ... .. -- .. -- .. -- .. -- .. -- .. .. -- 'ytr
-lit -It -
. .. . .
Better than calomel.No Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck and pleaded with this section of .. .. .. t. >11- v. Y- >11- tIr- tIr- y- v. v.q, r f ,;1-

bad effects. Ask Osceola Phar- Mr. Woodbeck's orchestra were In St Florida.A ' \
10-4t C'oud last Friday night to attend a .
macy.C. letter received in this city this '
S. Acree of Edgewater. was a dance given at the New St, Cloud week bv friends of Mr. and Mrs. O.

business visitor to( Kissimmee on hotel. C. Darling state that the latter underwent Merchants POPULARITY CONTEST .

Tuesday. Wake up your liver. A lazy liver a serious, operation at the .
demonstrationagent brings on the worst of diseases. Take hospital at Conneaut 0., last Satur-
B. E. Evans, county island on Liv-ver-lax now. Osceola Pharmacy. day. Their many friends will be pleased -
visited Oliver's 104tW. to know that she stood the ordeal ;'
Thursday. I very well and at last reports was I
in guaranteed col- C. Thornton, of Columbus, Ga., resting as could be Two Weeks Offer '
Dress ginghams Dann's. we: representing C. J. Thornton & Com- expected. Special ,
ors at five cents a yard. pany, was here! this week and bought
give coupons.E. a carload of oranges and a barrel of i Judge S. D. Decker, of St. Cloud, From Monday March 22d to April 5th '
vistor in Kissimmee last Sat- ,
V. Stoddard, of Orlando, was a rabbits. was a .
and urday. Judge wearing, a brand '
visitor in the city on Wednesday M. R. Tribble and son, H. T. Trlb- was
new straw hat. the first of the season
Thursday. ble, arrived Monday on a prospectIng 5000Votes5000t
and declared that he was just trying ;
Reed's label bread Is pure, healthyand tour of this section. They seem to show some of his friends from the ; ,

nourishing. Ask for it. Acceptno to be highly pleased with Kisslmmee north that this is really summer Will be rirea te say. eratettaat or say pen.. briagiag ia a receifteJ: bQl Ire, aay sicrckaat hlrL.q'psrt. .fas.

other. and, Osceola county weather we are having in comparison the coated for sack dollar repre..atee1 as paW ia ttleseat tl accevat ,;/' ;;.\; ,
in northern
J. Edward Krause, of Indianapolis LJv-ver-Iajt is guaranteed to relieve to the real cold weather the -

Indiana, was a visitor in Kissimmeethis troubles resulting from a disordered states.

week. liver. Pleasant to take and perfectly R. F. who for the past nine Merchants Standing "f V
harmless. Osceola 10-4t
W. T. Maklnson was among the :years has the winters with Mr.
visitors from Kissimmee to St. Cloud The Model Laundry has and Mrs. J. A. Gardner, of Kissimmee THIS OFFER GOOD

oil Tuesday. a seven and a b alf installed died on March 10, at his home Giving Coupons ONLY I ofDuring f
and all the machinery of the plant In Bessemer, Ala., where he had re- x
H. E. Wylie Ddo. G.firm of w'll! hereafter be driven by electrical turned Just a few weeks ago. Mr. Contestants ; r

St Cloud, spent the city power instead of by steam as in the Waldrop was sixty-two: years old and t the ; :.

on business.Osceola I had many friends in Kissimmee. He Makinson Hdwe. Co. March 18, IlL', : i
knows about Liv- past.Mr. is survived 'by his widow, one daughter Bon Ton II'Sh \ "f
.. Pharmacy and Mrs Fordyce Reed, of Alli- Two Weeks Named ,
ver-lax. You need it for your Itor. Mrs. H. L. Huev: one son, Dr. Palace Drug Store, ..
Mich., passed through Kissimmee .
104tMia. gan William Waldrop and three brothers, '
111 the last Friday en rodte to their home O. B. Waldrop, B. B. Waldrop and H. Dutton-Harris Company, Briaf .receipted biDs t Miss Wmona' Allen _._,.c.O.- ,eta: M
Celeste Moseley was attackof after touring Florida. They were very H, Waldrop. Cole Jewelry Co., Miss Violet Bullock: ,.-..e.ot9.tI6G.. ".
week with -an with W..etlon office el tke CeatertMaaafer
of the favorably impressed the
first part her to locate Dann's Department Store, Mrs. K. Butler ______.:e.ae1.seo i ,
and may come perma-
",the grippe.Thirtynine unbleached"sheet- nently. ; ,A CARD OF THANKS.I May Lumber Co., ::: Miss Baby Preva*. _.....' ,tu. t"

inch } : ? Hr-ver-lax tone up< the ;;system, wish to'thank.all of- Taylor's Grocery '. _J! Miss' Dolly Altore _,____;,.&,8'70,810''
laeWTl.BfVSK the liver .to"work'in Mr.mony supporters Osceola Bicycle ;'ce.,... bytkePreresair > .
; stimulates Store
. afT. eoapoDlo V.. :::".Y. 'f.' / I. Guaranteed in.the recent municipal primary else : Mary Carson) _...:a.s i H' with the other
organs. Fennell's Barber Shop AelrerUebc Ceeiam Miss Marlon
tin ( port.4$7F
$.' '" Gran.ofAt and to extend congratulations to : '"
II.. rMraYa.wereytetorsf.iuilmm.Irdatug : to give'. U. fc..wd.factionc'y,0aoeolaharnnag. : '* 104tCSeutor my suecessfcl opponent, and to assurehim Sanitary Market, ,. ... used .... 'tke' Mrs D. A:'Smith ..........;. ,.,it.
>tlan tsl :. .. W .."' _.:....,J.... / t'j}, .' of my beartr support ia the die .5 J.;W. Prentis Music Store ( ':'
:.the ...Jc..,..s,4 :"I.J..v +liiLls Ao'IIo. offiea. ceedestwa* lint.e.itM.wiIlf! ,Hn.'F'.Jobuon.: ,..." .

.l+h6rf"tetloer i aU"' tllt'otFth.11y ; las .assistant cashier of the Citizens The closeness ot.tIwL ran proves thatmyvworhTwasappreeiaUdvaad (1'"{Dry Cleaning Pressinr Club, .IsKK lit 1I- .Mias Helen Base --_.---
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THE. 1(13,5/MM6B'YALE'' *' G'AZETTE; FRIDAY MARCH ,,19. IllS

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.i'i.600.000Contrac' ; islet by State'- STATE OFFICIALS ARE .- CONDENSE to ret enough signatures soon to .fill '

.i'- II = STATE NEWS = I the requirements and they believe the
election will be called at an early dater
For New Canal the Everglades
\ ASKED TO BE PRESENTAT I St. PetersburgTwo of the five

f I, Qulncy.-Thieves entered the officeof 27. Th..president of this association large apartment houses to be built +

I'f f Tallabaeeee.-Contract: baa just the Seaboard Air Line railroad ear is Henry G. Aird, of Jacksonville, and by D. T. Utley, of St. Petersburg, are "

been signed between the Everglades i SHELL FISH BOARD GOOD ROADS MEET ly Sunday morning, but got only $20 the secretary is Gao R. DeSaussure, nearing completion and will be readyfor "

i '. Drainage board and the Furst-Clark for their trouble. also of Jacksonville.Daytona occupancy by the last 'of this
d Construction company of Baltimore i month. The buildings are four family -

Md., for the construction of St. Lucle Invitations have been extended to Miami.-Permanent paving to the John D. Rockefeller's pri- apartments and are built on the
i canal, which will be the main drainage MAKES ITS REPORT Governor Park Trammel!, State Comp- extent of about three and a half milesin vate secretary and assistant, II. C. plans brought from Detroit by Mr.

; 1 canal for the control of Lake troller W. V. Knott and Commissionerof the center of the city at a cost of Sims, and C. C. Salmon, are spendinga I. Utley, he being: a Michigan man.
'r. Okeechobee. The contract also covers Agriculture McRae to attend the $120,000 will begin about the first of few days at Daytona Beach and are t
I construction and completion of other KIHHT BIENNIAL "MTATKMKNT: ISI annual convention of the Florida State April. registered at the Raymond. I! Plant City-Forty Plant City young

I'' .'.. Good Roads association to be held at men, members of the "Clean-Up Asso
1 drainage; I Ar..adla.-The tracks of the East West Palm Beach.-True bills have ciation." swept every paved street in b j
I Petersburg Fla. March 24 and
? I The contract price la eight: cents I <;<>OIOIIK HAH HKKN: 25, 1915, and to, deliver, addresses. and West Coast Railroad were" laid been returned by the grand jury I the city. It is the plan to olean up .''

li per ruble yard for the earth excavation DONE IN "HTATK: IIV THIN' rtK- Hon. W. A. McRae state commis- Into Arcadia Saturday and the first I against John Ashley Bob Ashley\ and the town's streets every Saturday

'. \t. and twenty cents pr cubic yard I rAHTMICNT: 1>I'ltl\i I'AM'r'rn'u" sioner of agriculture, has accepted and 'train from Bradentown to Arcadia John Doe, alias Kid Lowe, on a chargeof j night" and the -young/. ; men were askedto
r *' for rock c-xcavation. It la ent'inated that he will deliver address I cant' In over them on Saturday at robbing the Bank of Stuart. volunteer '0'
says an
( ( )( of material Into YKA11H.
that 20,0(1(1,0(10 yards noon. Plant City's housewives preparedhot
j b" excavated! at a cost of appproxl- I I and acceptances are also expectedfrom .* Stuart.-R. P. MacCleme'nt, of Kan- coffee and sandwiches for the tired
The Governor Trammell! and
first Illennlal of theShell
t- inatoly $1,61i.uii; ) ) The, work la to Report! Comptroller I IViiHBcolu Charged with the theftof sas. City, was visiting recently at workers and served them in front of
Fish ('oitiinliiplon, created l hv Knott as both have alwaysLaken
Stuart and while there
be compli-lid In four yearn. nearly $4.Mid( II.\\'I.II-h'rt. n farmhand purchased a the Abbott theater.Jacksonville.In' .
1 Act of the 1.,1-Klblu'uri- 1ll.! ,. has a deep interest in the J00,1re"iI"
/ ten-acre tract of land the eastern
In connection, with I the signing ofi wa landed In jail here and on
I i c I j ju 'I t been Issues 'ro,," Tall'i' 'ii.i>!" ." rnoIV..II11'nl.The !
limits of the town which he intends toset
thin c-onliarl.; 1 K. r I'Mllott. chief the entile; Kiiin of money recoxireiland his first annual report -
l I The report is i"i>leiwlih \ il. ,iinleInforninlliin United States department of
1 ilniliiaK' 'engineer iiiadi, the ro"owI"K luriK'd, oxer to A llalliawa) to grapefruit.St. i issued recently State Labor Inspector -
agriculture will also be
ri-KirllrK/ the. slie'l l I .hhnJi'.r / at ,
M lal"II"'nl t :' .. of I Floniiilon." the ounei. hy ,liojii J. C. I'rivett shows conclusively -
, of the. 'tii' together/ \\iui Ill. convention! by a representative of I'.ter&burg.-Herbert Fussell of
., TOIIIIII.'I lor the. eOIl..lnll.tOIl. orf P \Vi-lrlii-i I vt us i, niplnvcil' that there has been considerable
hand OII1' half II"Me II11.11' i 1:01: 1 HI I ul' the office of public) roads. At the annual St. Petersburg, won the replayed tennis
r f the st linicanal| has been let by cum'ration' held in (;Gainesville singles. finals from John (,. Nuth progress made in the conditions of
oyHt'T' (1"1. hi i inn' 'i" of shi II 11.h. Ciilm-vvillr: :Mr and! :Mis W II
), the '" all..f ruuIUrsbolirln' of KverKlades Ial' xhlhilti., .>1 "111.' 1> -1. Inlr.t" -i(' i it",i', 'I.i.t April, a splendid' address uponFlorida's Tooli .nut, infant and :Mr, TooleVliiolliii. of Helleaire, 0., Friday afternoon on labor all over the state. Violationsof
I' drainage: (!Msliiel (if Florida tothe I the child labor law in factories have
,neeiis the St. } Tennis club
pi'I1) ,| <'M liertallllil,,. \I'< Ih, ,illdlls' \ in way of good Petersburg courts
l'oustlu'Oun, I / i ( \etley :N'-; wbenl l had a narrow ..
FurHtClaik company \ been checked and particular attention ..
in three of the fastest and best
. legislation was delivered bv play..dSE't.H
Mini I
i It wim not "(,' i I lid I th" II ajcpresenlative from incineration. t'''
of Haltiniore. Md. I of the offide of escape a that have ever been witnessedin has been paid to th- sanitary condi-
!, lish industry oull laid anrevenue ""1.Kld""le public eail l hour
) > :\1.11 utla) when I iht ruling*
"The contiact and
contenlplatrH' that city. The by sets tions in factories workshops.
lonils. scores were:
| In' the I stale tin II.I I| the. 01< up ell t al idi! : Ailinclon lr"'I.I I
of canal from the violations of
cOII"lrtu'llolI shows that
t east
: t a Invitations; will also be extended to Fu! t south fork of the St. I.ucle river and first two or three yeais above opeiat- several of ,I fast Nan disioveriMl, In llawes.C I I the child labor law in Jacksonville and
I linK but iln lirst 1 incnibci the next state legislature -
and ratification of expenses I Cllillahassee.Capital* 1\1 iami.-Strong clues' to the identity about His
the widening a Tampa were on a par. figures -
f to the
I report covciinK/ eighteen JI"'II/o."' : / andexpress ) gossip has it
of the whose skull found
The man was in Jacksonville
: por of the river quantity of material 1 I show 4W: > cases
\ .shows properly/ and i>iuiie' in tin I their views concerning the that in the event of the appointmentof in the stomach of shark
necessary to be removed will a captured and 420( in Tampa the majority ofthem
slate. treasury, to the anmum of > I II-1 necessary legislation" to secure a state. : Attorney General; Thomas .K. Westto off Soldiers, Key by Henry Sanford
: amount to yards of earth in the latter city being employedin
((171.78) and net prolil to ,Hi" state highway department.Strong succeed\ Judge Emmett Wolfe, who
I a
excavation The i-alial will be twentyfour of New Yo.on\ March :3, were believed the cigar factories.An .
i ": miles long have a bottom ''above all run nillK i-xpi'iises o! $1 ,- I resolutions, endorsing the has resigned., as judge of the First judicial to be found when Dr. A. 0. ,
8411.26. movement for a state highway department circuit, Hon. George W. Walker
j Vearlin the and
compared jaw
width of 120 feet and. depth of cut I upper excellent dessert is made with
Of course the primary ol>J.-c' of Ihe for Florida and the importance -I will l>e named to succeed Mr. West us remaining teeth with a chart of the
of fourteen feet at the lake end and bananas put through a potato slicer
L gradually widen at 1HO' feet on thebottom law w'ache/ conseratjun, of the shellfish of securing a state system ofconnected attorney general. mouth of John B. Mooney of Cleveland and sliced orange and pineapple
Industry of Florida Aside from highways" have been adopted 0., who disappeared while bath-
1) at the river! end. The greatest the financial gain;< the Industry banbeen by the Tampa board of trade, the Tallahassee.-Hon. John L. New-ley ing near St. Augustine in May 1912. added. ---- ---- t
depth of cut will l be twenty-eight placed on a business, basis and Leesburg/ board of trade, the Marion of Tallahassee who has been ".:'lect-) Wetting" scorch stains with soapsuds

feet. The normal water section at the law has been enforced in a manner county board of trade the Lake City ed by the two United States senators St. p..te."burJr.-I'.tition. requesting j and placing them in the sun will
Lake end will be. 1430 skuare feet
to conserve the shell Itch for lu- chamber of commerceind several( from Florida as the next United States the city commissioners', of St. Petersburg i remove the brown spots.
and 2,200 square feet at the river ture Kenerutlons. other' o" "!1I ationR. Tie movement district attorney for the Northern district to call an election to allow )

t end. The river below the entrance The report shows that a total revenue i i. cup-.luntly r.( "ining strength 'imi of Florida today sent in his voters to vote on bonds for $160,000, '
} of the canal has an average depth of of 120,487.1(1( has been der vcd.rom the, menibeis of the State ;ood Roi'l-< resignation as a member of the next the money to be. used in constructing'i Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly

eleven feet with good unctions and the various vourcen of taxationsince association feel! assured that the let- Florida legislature from Leon county. municipal electric plant recently appeared -' The Old Standanl general trrnrtbc-Blnir tonic,
reaches. The same lends Itself well GROVK'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drive* outM
the creation of the latuic, which convenes next month! in the city. Those behind . .. ..
to I. on Ocala March the larta .rkh *he blood od bu IMa up t he -
Improvement."The 1238.86: of this amount has been expended will a ."id I .'.... needed legislation" \ tounire Friday 19. annual the petition, declare that they expect lem. A true tonic.; For dulta and children. 5OC
purpose of the canal Is: the convention of t"e J Florida shier
"To provide the principal! unit of I In the purchase of necessary I - --r"'ultso -- IffM. will! convene at Ocala and be In -

a control plan for controlling the waters boats and tacjtle' for currying on theinspection :---o :----x ">O-< ..,. .session. for two or three days. Sheriff i:-OC'4Ofi.4y 'T044h4 M-: OPPN44+t004
o' Lake Okeechobeee, preventing and patrol nervier $11.- \.. II Dowllnor! Duval (county is

.4 i e their overflow and Inundating theEVE'r&lades. 009.26 have been expended In deputy IA'( E\/POU'I';/ SO :. president, and wlii preside. over the
t and palro' service by the shell, llshcommissioner All Aboard for Stetson
} O I 'meeting Sheriff I' S. Houston I
ti f t' "To provide the main outlet for and! his deputiesIn \ \ >O-'> -.c-." <>i Leon county I Is secretary andtreasiner.
,\ i order to re-establish' the depleted .
the drainage of the wet lands through '
oyster reefs, Ifi.OOU barrels of On 'I' night. March lth a .
\ which the canal will pane.'r Think Nine weeks' and tuition for $39. !March 31t
board -
entIU.iaaile } room
'r j "To provide such navigation andother shell have been planted HI t a cost 1 off 'cry 11111111" nieetlng/: woe .Jllc'k""" lllr 'i he report of lr
I $ >fi1 (04.) These shells awe. now roered \ I 'held III Itelson's, hall. at wh'h tineIlya. J Y I'oiter, slate hi-nlth" uf0'r.Itonued June 1. Students who cannot enter at the start may enter later- '* '
t1 feature fts may he rcasontbly t with young oysteis of sufllilent,' ., "I\ rffe'led. a I."n OI'/anlzlI-/ ( I hirhiif order, of business i ",' even for a week-and pay I....... Review courses for teachers' examinations r
and economically haimonlzi-d" with
I June 8 Sheats. It's Stetson. That tells the
by story.
linn In oilier words the lov Supt.
size be keted n wasinruiporitled
? to mai next season before the> lneellllK of the Stale j
the canal constructed for lake control .
k. 1147.07 has been paid into the \ and offireis duly elects .- Board, of liialth.liirh. ion\ened fur : Write for more particulars. V

,j S ;,L "A purposes.dam with adjustable crest will state treasury on lease and 'license. II "a; a time of rejoicing, ainoiiK' the ) eiuI, )' discussion ul the health I + ADDRESSI

be constructed near the lower end fees and up to the closing of this report the "l1ll..n"'nprall/ )' because of the office this week. All members" ) of the,
4 # $1,693.00() was on deposit In the aura Ihiil all bad desired to .HI-I- Ihis body were present These include-i I ;
of the canal. Hy this means considerable I Stetson University DeLand Florida
I "t flexibility of lake control w"l stale treasury in cash. uerunIidished long before it took C. G. MenuuiiiKL-r., : president. Dr. S 1It. | i

M be possible. A lock will also I be provided Shell Fish Commissioner T. K place If the town had been incor- Mallory Kennedy and, J. T Fern- (.
,i for harmonizing the navigation Hodges! has collected up a very Interesting poiated, a year or two ago/ It would side. H O.OO.OOOO. o o.o.oooo 0.. 0 oooooooooo

vc feature of the waterway. The construction 'I' exhibit on his rounds which" have been greatly in Its favor. However .* ..' I -- .

+It of the lock and dam is not now has a prominent place In the for some unknown reason. thenatter MlamL I : _V-- 1._ Mirriman. PaulLeverence --

l a part of the dredging contract. state capitol building and Is of much was never reached un44l-upen and Q. W. Oilen have been I

't "It is proposed to remove a sufficient interest to visitors and those not familiar Ibis occasion. The meeting waslartrely arrested by order of W. V. K nOII.I.| .
C I with the shell fish Industry. attended by both men andwomen state .comptroller the charge of
r + amount of the top material with Patrons and Creditorsof
has citizens and tourists and everything -
land excavators to clear the canal The United States government operating an agency for a mortgage NOTICE
taken note of the activity shown In went off smoothly and har company that had not compiled with
it section of roots, stumps, brash and The Parlor Market
other debris so as to hare comparatively the development of this one of Flor- mon Iou Illy. The results were perfectly toe laws of Florida.' These gentle-

: clean earth, and also to construct ida's most Important resources and sat'Efactery and all seemed tore I men were representat'vee of the Empire
the Department of Commerce Bureau delighted with the outcome. Realty and Mortgage Company,
with the material ao excavated
A levee each aide of- the. canal-, beyond of Fisheries Washington D. C., has The following officers were elected of Birmingham Ala., and had officesIn / have sold my interest to Mr. M.
the : Judge E. Hutchinson mayor; ,
which the remalnlng'materlal to be sent to Florida large government the Realty building. They are In
4 d . ,.pumped as excavated by a suction steamer "Fish Hawk." to survey out 1. C. Trumble clerk; T. J. McKnlght, jail Awaiting a hearing before Judge

dredge. the water bottoms and carry on experiments city marshal; Lloyd Nell D. S. Cod- Samuel Barco, which will be held Goodman and am not responsible
k t In oyster culture. The survey dlngton, H. E. Swarts, W. H. Whool, next Friday morning 1 r
'The contract calls for beginning .
? is now being carried on In the ery and b. (3.) Heatty, aldermen. .> .

LY . Completion excavation; within In .four three years month from ,date and waters of St. Vincent Sound( Apalachicola The town la to be congratulated] Palatka-The next great conventionto any longer. A. L. GRIFFIN.FQUft .
sti 'Of contract.' and St. Georges Bays -and upon its selection of Judge Hutchln- meet in Palatka will be the Florida
e ';''i ,N' The, project was reported favorably will consume perhaps a year or more. son as its executive. The judge Is a 'State Bankers association, March 26- I
This and these experimentswill man of mature years good, Judgmentand
c :; in August, 1913, by the acting
extensive experience. It has
l be of vast benefit and importanceto
q', th chief drainage engineer, P. C. Elliot,
the shell fish Industry of Florida been his privilege': to pass thropghthe
i and In December of the
n same year
: experience of town organizationand
h" '.,4\\ by t' e Everglades Engineering commission SOUR ACID STOMACHS be ,, 1M I be able to guide the STEEL TRAINS

t t., ;A:',\ composed of Ishem Ran- GASES OR INDIGESTIONEach I fairs. of the new town very'l
and Edmund
: dolph, M. C. Leighton The other: officers are men of business
;r' iT.. Perkjns.. I'I
\ "Pape's Diallrp ln" Digests 3000 ability and Integrity.

,1:, ,; "i "Chief Drainage F.C.Elllot" Engineer., grains food riding all stomach I>enport has been hindered In THE NORTH / WEST
a ; misery in five minutes. Its progress/ more' or less, by the ah-I
>' of it is '
r' :- "\i FLORIDA LAND CASE sence organization and
I Time itt! In five minutes all stomach lieved that with this new movementthe
w' REMANDED BY SUPREME distress will No indigestion town Is en'erlng upon an era of iii:

'4 ;;: COm OF" THE NATION heartburn, sourness go. or belching of unprecedented,, prosperity I SOUTH 1 ATLANTIC DI XI ELFLYER SEM INOLE

al 'I gas, acid, or e< uctations of nn 4. '' .' Washington, D. C.-The United food, no dizziness, bloating, foul )i II meeting were lion. J. E ,

L States supreme court hat reversed breath or. headache. Hush, vice president of the ChicagoVnrnlsh Lt

7" with costs and remanded the case of I Pape's Diapepsin is noted for its Co Chicago 111., and lion I

the Wilson Cypress company, appelc"t' speed in regulating upset stomachs. K. G. llowell former postmaster of I

Cant, vs. Enrique del Pozo Y. Marcos 'I It is the surest, quickest stomach remedy ",'npvr. 111. Ilolh of whom are interested 1(1 KING r k MIGHT Atv NI MT NIGHT
1, n and others, appealed from Florida. 'I in the whole world and besides it In this community. being'' i--!' !

% The complainant, who won hthe I it harmless. Put an end to stomach quite large property holders In Uav -

jtl courts below, are all heirs-at-law of I I trouble forever by getting; a large en port. I EI:. JACKSONVILlE-81 I % is Lv.JACKSONVILLE-83.Opn I i LV.JACKSONVIUE-.8PMAR.ALBANY2

t1' Miguel Marcos, a lieutenant in Spanish fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin On Monday night March I5th the iKJ

; army, who was granted on the ,, from any drug store. You realize in new board of aldermen held their initial I t. 1 I A.M.AR.CHICAGO .

: r r 18th of October, 1815. by lawful authorities five minutes how needless it is to suffer meeting and completed their organization

; ,', of the King of Spain, 5,500 from indigestion, dyspepsia or any electing as their pr si-
1,, acres of land in east Florida on two I stomach disorder. It's the quickest, dent :Mr. C C Iteatty. The meeting

i bank. of a creek which emptied into I surest and most harmless stomach was an Interesting one nnd was a

the St. John river about two miles doctor in the world. fair demonstration of what Is to be
f, '.r.., north of Long Lake. The suit was i expected of these city "Dade. Ka>-bone 1 1 $ t t

+,;, ;\J! ,pie to quiet title. I POINTS ON PAINTING. of the aldermen expressed thenoselves I t :'ip-- , i t I !iii i iI 1 : i
i' 't
enthusiastically and declaied\' :
1.1!'. E. C. OFFICERS ELECTED. | remember I
When preparing paint himself determined to do his best to ,

q ." 'JSt.; Augustine.--At the annual | that better results are of obtainable this from than make our little town a grand and I COACHES. SLEEPING CARS OBSERVATION CARS. DINING CARS.m

: ;.' "rP4.'lneeting of the stockholders of the several application .paint glorious success.If .
> : held I from heavier coats, says the Minneapolis want to keep with Davenport
t" Railroad up
v.f 1., .\ Florid East Coast Journal. Of it takes you I
p( + this week all old courser will have to get a move
/ \. : .5! ,,51781, Augustine I'i I longer to do the 111. put n you
1 directors'were for she Is going the
members of the board of on yourself up
:"f. w, (.iit "r in thin coats and allowed to dry lasts I i Ct
i 1 r : ,I,. 'S. ,- ra-elected and one new directorS I! much longer and will\ not flake off as road. w W III lII lIII
L-1- \ 'Was chosen when heavier coats I
: 1 I I is often the c.stf'
.'k ,\ iJ.) f Following th Ir election, the board applied. When very fine results Before wearing your rubbers rub
4.. 'e.,1, o C';; directors met and chose the following I ate are wanted, :rub down each coat afterit them with vaseline. Let them remaina ; r
t; \ '" .?, officials: I has thoroughly dried. few days before wearing them. i

!,y}" "I I': ., r'4 i .:.President, W. II. Beardaley; vice )I _
Wash chocolate and stains
t f' president., J. P. Ueckwith. In charge Linen is a fabric which can be quite cocoa ,

''t nl.,t. t I ;}:;f\t operations and traffice.iIA I easily dyed at home._ with, soap in tepid water. oar:.

\ ,.iyice president J. E. Ingram, In I -- - -- -- --- -- H
.:,:.. 1; '- I
i' "'$" c wcbarge of lands and industrial ntertSecretary. = p.

v 1-"a' ....Gee. .
I' Route
Y treasurer Montgomery ExpressFavorite I 4' 1
J. C. Slater ,
;//JI,' "'. ; : ;
'iw f ;t: j trfC.'Halnes; assistant secretary, H. all-tbe-year train from Jacksonville to St. Louii. Through

t t S-iJen'sonJ ass's tan t treasurer and drawing-room sleepers; all meaU in dining car. Two night and on. day.

I' \ ;,; 'f general ''audi.or' , Tbeo, V. Pomar; and IB"SnF il South Atlantic Limited ii'f,1'.
Limited Flyer
\ ,, ,manager. of car ferries, R. W. Par- Dixie
s meat :Jt.'t- South AIIa.Ii. U.Itd. '10. Eiffi?; i w
counsel WW>A. mopot.4 Dial. United. fastest .d quick
tf '" ;;t" ; t....1.1". N.itlT Mtf Diai.FIr: r. ..d .coav....' WKJ to Ci.oiBBBli..
'/ ..Jol '-- ,acre.u ,...-.......\ _...... V,> CU-. ..l rodl..OI>"I ;., r..I.II.; ;
,. "' utter I.'e :ahould{ always be kept in a .....II\. J.e. .... ....... Ortioit\mt. C....... Vf!_. ......
', : e jar.'ith the-lid on tight! other- Why TraTtl by the L and N.7 ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD

;it U liable'to absorb odors offOod. Became of fast time rock ballate track modem trains naexccDeddiaiaf ,

r' keptIDthe: chest. I If iN cars; service to every ImporUat terasiaal In the West and Northwest -

4 -. ," . .;caoicc cI roaUa accocaoxxUtiag ....... cmplejra and officials.

', :.:ateoa1l.:'p''bat for hutS. r.tug h/rrsu... --a.. ,........., eta.. .... Wsits.. ei.,. $ '
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I Column Forward I Baftow--Vegetab1s grower in this 'Pnnta Gorda. On the first of tbf, ,

BERRY RECEIPTS section are getting good. prices ,for month it ,was estimated that there
IN SEASON'S their crop. atpresent.. The outlookfor were 220 acres planted .to vegetable
a satisfactory yield is good. Last in this section. Of this 225 mere have
p:' CARS SENT I week over 26,000 hamper of lettuce been planted to tomatoes and about' -
MORE THAN HALF A MILLION other Several .' p"
the week for which the report if were marketed from this vicinity and ninety acre .to vegetables. \ '.
FROM THE ,ADVANCING STATEOF QUARTS OF BERRIES SHIPPED given: there are probably 10.000 to 12,000 of the.experienced grower claim .
\ hamper. yet to be shipped.The that the tomatoe will male 200 crate ,
FLORIDA. FROM PLANT CITY DURING Quarts Price cabbage crop owing to excessive per acre. The crop (s now in.hap. good '
FROMSTATE SEASON NETTING A PROFIT. Dec 3 ________u 160' 6.00 rains has been affected more or .. Peppers... moving in a email '
Clearwater.-Green Springs School Dec. 10 _____n___ 1,280 612.00 less and the crop is later than usual. way and beans will start within the *' i,
district votes April 3 on $15,000 bondsto Plant City.--Strawberry shipmentsfrom Dec. 17 -.___un_ 2,016 1244.20 To March 1 about 20 cars had movedor next ten day. Weather condition, '.t.
erect school. Plant City during the past week Pec. 24 n_ ._u__ 2,582 1710.90 about 4,500 crates. Prices have are much more favorable than at anytime
CITRUS SHIPMENTS REACH A * C amounted to 63,712 quarts. A net Doc. 31 uun ,134 2,314.90Jan. ranged from $1.35 to' $1.75 per crate during the spring planting sea- _

HIGH FIGURE-FRUIT IS NOW Tax Eagle Lake. -Eagle Lake Special 'cash price of $11,084 was received 7 _______u 11,8808,643.20 f. o. b.After. I I on. .
district voted bonds to
$6,000 by the growers for the weeks receipts. Jan. 16 _u ___ ___ 23,576 0,406.68 the cabbage crop is oT( there _ _
GOING 'OUT IN GOOD CONbl- erect school. I I Strawberries continue to hold the center Jan. 21 u_ ___ __ 25,600 6,229.20Jan. is a large crop of beans that will -- ,

TION GRAPEFRUIT DEMAND. MaYI-Ma80nic-Pythian InvestmentCo. of the shipping stage and the receipts 28 ___ ____n 42,464 9,898.00Feb. Start to move about March 26. This
., is reported to erect building to for the present season are fast 4 _______ ___ 43t>00 8056.40 will be followed by Irish potatoes

Cars moved.last week ___ ____. 1,155 replace structure lately damaged byi i outnumbering( the quantities shippedlast Feb. 11 ____u___ 47,088' 7,637.84Feb. squash eggplant peppers, tomatoesand IfYOUAre
Cars moved week before last __ 1,097 fire at a loss of $10,000; two stories; year The prices being receivedby 18 __onon 96,437 13,962.70( watermelons. Weather conditions
Total to last Saturday _____ _10,705 brick. I the growers are holding up exceptionally Feb. :25! __________ 66,008 10,811.08Mar. have improved somewhat, but there is
-- # C i well for this late in the sea- 5 ___ ______ 72,990 13,616.83Mar. still too much rain, but the coming
Jacksonville-The citrus fruit movement West Palm Beach.-W. I. Metcalf' l is son. An average\ price of 17.36 cents 12 ___ _n_ 63,712 11084.64 spring crops have received no damage -
was only fifty-eight cars more 'having plans prepared by G. L. Pfeiffer per quart wall received during the --- from frost. THINKING OF BUILDING A .

last week than the week previous. I Lemon City Fla., for building; past week averaging the total numberof Totals _- ____ -_505,527 $96,184.57
There were 887 cars of oranges and three atones; steel and concrete. quarts shipped with the prices I Dover _u_ __ _____ 51,1169,98000 \\HITK: MANITH HIJACK LIVER HOUSE OF ANY KIND LET 1

26S cars of grapefruit moved. Th. ranging from 14c to 22 1-2C, accordingto Sydney _ __ _____ 28,822 6013.00 The Liver IB a blood purifier. It WITH YOU.I .
Jacksdnville. will construct II I-- ME FIGURES
--City a .
total movement since September 15 quality.Shipments I wan thought at one t'me It wan the
Las been 19,705 cars. swimming pool in Springfield park; by days and the sum received Grand totals .585,465 $1 1 2,177.57 scat of the pas"lonn. The troub'e

Prices of oranges were not ranging 100x40 feet; contain 4,000 square feet; ly, the growers for each day's Dover and Sydney reports are not with most people la that their Liver AM PREPARED TO FUJI.
quite as high 'last week as they were two feet deep at eastern end and eight receipts, are as follows: I complete. No shipments from Sydney beoomeH black because of ImpuritiesIn
the week but the fruit is feet deep at western; bottom and have been NISH PLANS AND ESTI-
before Quarts Price, Inter than February 24 included I the blood due to bad physical

holding at a fair figure and it is be- sides walls of estimated concrete cost; bathhouses$5,000. on two Friday _ .. ll,9fi:! $ 2148.48Saturday in the above summary. The Plates, causing l..llousnei. Head1HC ROCK BOTTOM
lieved that the balance of the will Dover) shipments cover the season
crop C ( n. 17,4124 ,R74.96; up U'zzlnenH and ('onRtlJ at'on. Dr | I
bring satisfactory prices. The quality Fort Pierce-City has plans for seawall Monday _ 1 Ol,! 00 1.< 72,8CTuesday to March 6;, with the exception of King's New Life Pills will clean up'' PRICES.
cannot be surpassed and n history of the industry has there been extension of Orange/ and Palm..ttoavenu.s. __ ti.t>-10 1,(I I9.00> better fruit on the tiees The fruit is Thursday: 1.ril2 789! Ml; I uros )ha\'e not been obtainable yet, bULl I
full of juice and the cool weather has I will bo included in the next '
* I summary V E(;lrl'A 1ILE: SHIPMKIVTS I
sweetened it up to the "queen's taste" Quincy Floiidin ('n., Warren, Pa, Totals (n't.TlJ;:! I $1 1,08 1 KM: I ARE ON: THE INCREASE WeH.ARNOLDI
There is a small percentage of the will Mhmld 1 fuller's earth mining and \Dover .shipments/ 10,4'JC.( ; ,4l'0; (OC)I(]:''I I LOItlDA) STlt.'l1ERRlESA'l' I
orange crop left in the state and it handling plant recently burned I CHICUiOI (; 1'"lmetto-Throre fifty-five! cars

is believed that the movement will be 4 I TotaN 71,148 $12fd4.fi4:! ( I ) (;iciod --strawberries;: of fruit and vegetables. shipped from Contractor and Builder.
Chicago wer"i"It"lI.d
gradual until tK-} close of the season. ( 'ur"llt..r.V.t. (oast Hospital) : -- this point lent week. Weather conditions -
Valencias a""oeratiol\ contract John V. The tote l t fo' t tho on the market (his. week bill FLA. \
will start to .move the lat to shipments i s son' me much improved and the vegetable KISSIMMEE
ter part of the month, and as there is Kennedy, & ( '<> :T-J!: Citi/ens', Hank! from I' platform amounts t', tIe aiimils fiom, I lon.l.i \\c-rc- Ien-I .crops are (coming{ along in good .
a fine crop of this fruit, thorp is no I milling/ :', I'umpa, I'la to elect hospital ">0") >,.r>J7 ciuuts] -. of be.ri'ic's, for wine):, ti my pooi in ,IlIa CIty and onl\ *i tmallleirentiige shape There will be heavy shipments I 124 Sumner St. Phone 266. ,
doubt that the rnnrKet will take a )lunld l'iig. I t the growers have 1.h'l'd| a sri i le-. I of the leceipts' l ought i toward the latter part of the month I I
.sharp advance \\hen cars of t this variety 1 4leareater turn of *!>li.IM I 1)7 Adcieil! t', tli s the'.1 I siuisfactory. prices. Sa'I on goodIn and in April.
( A.V. .rwooci 1 i les were made mainly at 2r c to :.iOc
.start to roll, as this variety generally - Und is shmmc'iits. from | )over and Sydney; - -- - a ,
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brings top prices.. hn\i;' J K plan1piepnifd I bj' '1',11 I 1 111 ad 11'Vllt" '' which are properly Plant ('it v t"'rri-! | and fancy stock occasionally commended ,
Grapefruit shiprnnts: are Increasing -I & \ ,,", I t M Maciison St, (huago tor\", and l the total is fRf',41f; quarts, I i higher prices while. poor 'c-.c.-:. 4.+.:.+.++++++++++++++++$ooooo++++++++++++++'O+$-+C4$' ,
as the market has stiffened con- for dwelling I and the total sum received for the! goods moved slowly at 15c to 20c Re-
I I 4.Ja to dimnish.I .
There not such call whole "is JJ,177.57.:! I Iceipts were commencing
Fiderablv is a .
I i-nXille Kioun Co.
RealU .
for mull fruit us thereas a month 40\:! St. .lames IJUilcllll will erect t two I 1 lv f'II\\ jog tabulation shows the: I Th.t CHOICE OF 5 TOURIST TRAINS
ago The demand for laige sizes. is .stors. <.'..11 room and one .tory? .six I[ increase" of shipments each woc'k. The, The Quinine Does Not Affect TIM HsadBee..e ': -
dates for the last of ,
in'rea"inpal.tH'ularly/ in thewest- I given are day of Ita tonic .nll.r.Un effect" l.AXA
room cl\\ellin!r cm Sixth street, Spring- .
belterthan ordin
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.rn markets while the small-r sizes t .
!htld; frame'; mc-Uil shingle and composition and duel not cauae nervouineai nui
still their prepared by Pauly Jail Building Co.,, . NORTH AND WEST
are holding own. Shippersare roof i rlngine; in head Remember the lull name and .
grading their fruit very closely. cost $7,000. tit Louis, for proposed. jail look lor the aienature, of It. W. GROVK U<. "
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I C i5 C "Dili Flyer, "Dixie United I
and seem to be determined to get as St. Petersburg Andrew Rogers has
high:: price(' as possible for all the fruit plans by 1'erdon & Feltham American I J."rjo. City votd $8,000 for city "Seminole Limited""South "t
hall Address the
they ship. Hank & Trust building, St Petersburg CC'mayor. Atlantic Limited" .
No doubt! growers will be able to for residence; one and one-half stories, Live Oak.-Live Oak Canning Co..SEEDS !
; market almost the entire crop if it frame, cost. $3,000 ( W. E, Quarterman and others) will "Montfomery Route L
can be shipped before other varietiesof '
V establish cannery; has let contract foimachinery
fruit begni to move freely.-ThlPa..ker. > eLeon Springs Theodore Strewn t via
costing $1,500 contemplated
DeLand, Fla, let contract for irrigation ; ..1 We carry all the leading varieties
system. nt Island Grove; this daily capacity 10,000 cans vegetables of Farm Field and Garden Seed that
system and, fruits will i
FLORIDA VEGETABLES IN N. Y.Nw using{ tuibo-irrigator sprinkler ; apply for charter have been tested and known to be \tlantic Coast Line |
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adapted to this soil and climate. We .
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York-Florida vegetables were Tampa.Company will be inrorpor- Tampa.-Board of public works ha I can fill your order immediately for ,
in light receipt this week and the demand ated with II. C. Dorsey, president; E. plans by David Shaw Tampa for tnurses' new crop of all varieties ofSixxl Standard Railroad of the South '.
was fair. Anything good sold C. Miller treasurer both of Tampa;
home at Gordon Keller -
readily at satisfactory prices 11. S. Hazlett secretary, Birmingham; ; cost $4,500; also has $3,000 hospital available .: Ik-aim, Heinl. Potatoes, KnglloliIVaM Pullman cart Jacksonville to Ckicafo, St Louis, Cincinnati, Looi- .
Green beans were selling at $::1 to $6 will erect moving picture theater, seat- ( Tomato - .
for erection of laundry. Oidi-iiber !PejpperKe vile InanapoIiiCIeveIaida.d iDt naecliat.-poiata. ---r
with only the extra faTicy TPaThtnjf '
Trig( ( p dfYI,5UUo"t (50,000
; C .-d, KKK .Plant Ktc.Ne .
the outside figure, and ther." was not C .
Lake Wales -B K. Bullard let contract Dining and Obterntioa can.
near enough stock to supply the de I Mayo.-Ware Drug Co., will erect to Logan & Townsend Lakeland, ,-- mand. Wax beans ranged from $2 to building to replace structure lately to erect residence; two stories; brick;: I Weu\ Sorghum Heed Etc. For Tickeb and information call OB Atlantic Coast Line Ticket I
$5 basket. damaged by fire; 25x80 feet; two ent S
per Af or
tile roof; oak floors; probably gas I ,
$3 to stories brick and wood.
Fancy eggplants brought 1 ;; cost $12,000.Bartow. "
$3.50 while choice to fancy stock sold C C C C C C 'I Natal and Sudan Onua S ed. A. W.FRITOT, D. P. AJacksonville.. J. C. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.,
Miami. C. Arthur Peters will I,
to $2.50. erect E. J. LaGore let '
at $1.50 in business block at Avenue C and Sixth contractto Complete Stock of garden and field 11*. Tampa, Fla. :' ,
Large sound fancy peppers nine W. M. West, Bartow, to erect residence -
till boxes sold at $2.25 to $3.50 with street; two stories; reinforced con- at Summerlin and Carpenter: seeds poultry feed and supplies. in ,....
bulk stock bringing the same prices. crete; lower floor for two stores; streets; nine rooms. cubators etc. .. >)>0.00..0..0. OO............II...
Most all of the peppers arriving are floor for four apartments; completion Write for our spring catalogue and

small and unsatisfactory and sold by May.1. Philippines yearly import 30,000,000) I weekly price list on poultry feed, etc.
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from $3. Loose are of salt. Oldest established and largest seed .
$2 to peppers pre- Miami. City let contract to Biscayne pounds "
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ferred to the nine till boxes. bouse in Florida. .. I 4'
.Hard ripe fancy tomatoes were extremely Construction main Co., Miami Ninth to street construct Pile Cored In 6 to 14 Days E. A MARTIN SEED COMPANY
sewer on tare
scarce and when obtainable Your drag-rial will refund money U PAZO The eyes'of the woHd<
from Avenue L to river and Manley-
easily commanded $3 per box. Mostof OINTMHNT alU to cure. far c.... of Itchlni. No. 206 East Bay St. .
Stearns Construction Co., for laterals. ..
Blind.Blrrdlnvor Protruding 6to 14day
the stock, however, brought $1 to 7KSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
C C C rae firvt application ffivea, Ease. and Rett.. :KIc.I .
$2.50. Pablo Beach.-City asks bids until I .
Receipts of lettuce op Monday were :March 20 and
on lately-noted sewer
heavy but much lighter the balanceof electric: light systems. I ALL FLORIDA SOIL NEEDS LIME.We : : on the nan whoSAVES :
the week. Good l well headed lettuce C C C
_rt.* omr llaM Terr Saie....heBe* y. gel IO. frr _. .tCi4rbei ..
brought $1.60 to $2.25 with Flor- Tarpon Springs.-City is having ever pound. Oar llmmf I. mot vmmmtlf mm* WILl NOT RELEASE TilE AMMONIAwhlrb ,
ida stock ,selling at 7ftc to $2, South plans prepared by J. B. McCrary Co., I. the .._...... ......Iy tm a ..l ..r.......... We _..u......... llaia forAcrlraltiml I
to $2 and Texas stock 50ctb Atlanta for hall. fmrfomrm ..If ... _.r..... T.* mmtimlmttlmm.. Ask .. (a r a fr.e
Carolina$1. Romaine$1 moved fairly well at city. ...- .._.... Va If '.......

$1.50 to $1.75.Florida Tampa.- Hillsborough county commissioners BLOWERS LIME AND pHOSpHATE COMPANY,

celery moved well, twelve are having tentative plans DEPT. "(." OCALA. FLOHIUA.
inch crates bringing $1.75 to $2 and 1

ten inch crates $150 to $2 25.-The ---- .
Packer. :

Sarasota.-E. D Mays agricultural I I.

agent presented of the Harry Seaboard L. Higel Air with Line,fifty has Okeechobee FarmsWill pAUSE for a moment, young man, : 4 "

grapes.plants including It is claimed eight that varieties grapes can of gIve a thought to self. The ', : 'p': '

be raised everywhere in Florida with
It also said that the Seaboard problems that confront you now or '.
success is ,
Air Line officials will give away yield big crops of corn cane cowpeas, velvet beans rape peanuts kudzu spineless cactus .

1,000 plants in localities; that have besides raising Bermuda Rhodes Para Natal and other grasses for hay and pasture.Yith -all will a few years hence. ,

promised to try a hand developing these crops available cattle sheep and hogs can have green food the year round. ,'

the grape industry. Look about -tie sf affairs im state Matira ; j
you mem coaatry. -yM,
WILL BUY BERRY MORE REFRIGERATORS Thousands of Acres of Our Land at the North End of tm tke world are tke ..a who started I. MY early tm life. ). ,


and Hernando.Fruit Qrowers1-The association Hernando has Truck decided Lake Okeechobee Are Now Ready for CultivationThese n., Bare the respect and confidence of tk. conusuity. )l i

to purchase more strawberry re ,. 'l
frigerators. The association now has lands do not need draining other than small ditches necessary on any farm. Make a tripto look .. tke etker side-at Ik. fellows wk. rpead aD tI.y'.f .

six refrigerators. Berries are mov- Okeechobee on the new division of the Florida East Coast Railway without delay. and see for .sake-tkey may .... a |caod lie for a wkUe, "fort w9ut doe. tk.;Jr :'

ing daily to northern; markets. The yourself just what these lands are. Note that Okeechobee is now only a trifle over twelve hours' prauJity reflect? : r/;,
.charge for shipping in these refrigerators journev from Jacksonville. csTken
owned by the association is .
$1.60 per shipment, and this sum is A dollar or .. deposit*! ia tkis baak will be ... .n ,

placed ciation. in the treasury of the asso Investigate This Wonderful Country While You aacleos of ai ......, iadepeadeat caner. '.

Mak. year befiamiif mew-today. Test e

FLORIDA STRAWBERRY RECEIPTS INCREASE Can Have a'Choice of Locations for Your Farm I ban book ..10 pave tk. way.v \, J .; ,

Cincinnati.-There were heavier receipts You will find it unexcelled for general farming livestock and poultry raising and for growing all

and other of Florida Ohio valley strawberries markets on durinf this kinds of vegetables common to Florida as well as the finest citrus fruit. This town and country

\ the past week, and the market rulesa will grow at an amazing rate during the next few )'earll. We also have excellent; land and town StateanJ: :

little lower. Bright clean stock, lots at Chuluota and Kenansrille-: -the former a fine lake section in Seminole County suited to

well colored and packed is meeting a fruit growing trucking: and general (farming, and the latter a fertile )pine land country in Ottceola: < ; ,
33c I
demand at 30c to quart;
off good stock around 25c.PO'I'ATOACREAGE. per County especially adapted to stock raising, general! farming and fruit growing. Write today for of Kissimmee : '. J S

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BunnelL-.It is estimated that there toJ. Capital stock ----------.---__________________$100,00 .00... .' ., ,

are bout-2,000 acres of Irish potatoes E. INGRAHAM VicePresidentLand R..esurcs..v--- ____...;___ ...,...., '
in this section which comprises St. .,' ;p S' S ;
John Dupont and Espanola. The crop Ofk s mml Dlracton. '
is in fine shape and 'shipment* win and Industrial: Depatz ent. Florida! East Coast! Railway I"
start in eaxlots about, April L The .. I Ir C A. CARSON. Pnst. J.MLEVIc.Pr.s.' : 3;1,

growers are allindependent.and Mfl r Jf- ( t. lUom 214 City Building ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA M. KATZ. 2.J Vial Pr-. '. ,,. . S
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;,) r' ', REDUCTIONS MADE I,"r PINEAPPLE. ,. '?.ORANGES- ,ARE' WELL rI LIKED BOMB, FORMS CCRADLE.Rheumatism OF RHlttrMATISM. ," Send "i ts i Your. . '

ENDEAVOR '1 l.' : ; '' -' .
Fort Myers.Citrus fruit growersIn la a disease chiracter-
:J' ' : : Lee county are'' much pleased with 'Iced : by pains In'the' jolnU and lit Orders ForI :
': IN FREIGHT RATES ON FLORIDA I the pineapple. orange as they claimIt the, mu.c1e..The,' coauuoB .

1 ,With corns ,news would com,from I. 'an unparalleled success. W. F. forms are: Acute and Chronic Rheumatism .,.el 7' td.t'....w 1 A... ... tI
Kissimmee.How Harris of Orange, N. J,. sold wear ,: Rheuthatio"llleadaehes; ScIatiC' \ J'0
'ORANGESSHIPPED( to Maker. 'This, a Happier of pineapple oranges in New York Rh.umati.Q1'an4'. Lumbago All '
fl IN CARLOADS World was the Endeavor subject the the last of February for 2.65 to $3.26 of these types can be helped absolutely BEAM "

: first Sunday in March. Next cam per box acocrding to grade. The) fruit; by applying some !good liniment CHANNELS .r ,:
-- "Test of My Christianity." Surely was packed by the Gee county association that penetrates- An application ANGLES.AND *

Becoming ATectlT on the 11th init, far "'e.t.* the Mississippi river I they com together well for One of under the "Strips" band. The of Sloan' Liniment Iwo or ALL8IIATBSTANK ::1.l
the Florida railroad. bar made substantial crossing, MI far north as St. Louis, the best, tests of being a Christian is'price received in New oYrk was from three time a day to the affected part ( .
reductions in their rates on Louisville and Cincinnati; also Pitts- that in which we do good at wellas 60e to 75c higher than the next high wm give IniUnt relief; Sloan's Liniment -- ,' y

l oranges, when shipped In bulk carloads - burg Buffalo and practically all markets I be food, its living religion happily eat the price recorded and $1 higher. than Is rood for pain.'and esoeclallv BOILER 1'L&.TE8 ;
f ; also on the same data the. of any import east thereof. Many that makes folks believe in it. / average. I Rheumatic P.lnbee UH It- penetrates t

t4 rate. ", ere made to apply on grape additional cities embraced in this area, Like a rood many other people 10 CENT "CASCARETS" 'to the seat of trouble, soothes STEEL : :J

..I fruit In bulk. There has never before not heretofore enjoying bulk rates on ,'I "been those in sick the with secretary's the home" Secretary have IF BILIOUS OR COSTIVE the afflicted part and draws the pain. GALVAN1ZHDCOPPER ,'
been any bulk rates on grape oranges, are now included in the new grippe. "Sloan's Liniment Is all medicine." AND )t
c r fruit. The rates have been made to tariff covering both oranges and I'I herself also had malaria and asa For Sick Headache Sour Stomach' Oet a 2So. bottle now. Keep It handyin ZING SHEETS I
apply from stations in Florida on .the grapefruit.The consequence no _press letters _rem.d. Sluggish Liver and Bowels---They case of emergency .! /
last week. No do
old bulk had one near to
Cast and rate
Seaboard Atlantic Line on oranges work while you sleep.
some of their rail connections although about become a misnomer, for the the typewriter work for her when Oysters can only live in water that r
r\ for obvious reasons, they do reason that an exceedingly small such times of need come in the office. Furred Tongue Bad Taste Indigestion contains at least thirty-seven parts of I TRUSS noDS 1 I'

y,; not apply from bay creek, river and I amount of business moved in bulk Fine news Jacksonville.two new Young People'ssocieties Sallow Skin and Miserable Headaches salt to every 1,000 parts of water.S.II.OUROCI. STAY DOLTSSTRUCTURAL .. 'o
.o' lake landings. and then only to nearby markets, in First Chris- come from a torpid liver and
t 1 Advice has just reached us from the owing to the excessiveness of these tian church has again/ come back into clogged bowels, which cause your IRON WORKOF
j Florida Growers and Shippers league, rates; consequently as admitted by I the fold; and South\ Jacksonville Presbyterian stomach to become filled with undigested .
at Orlando Florida, that these rates the railroads themselves no effort WaR which some years ago had I food, which sours and ferments ALL. KINDS
"-S/ were established on very short notice made to keep them lined up. They such a niceEver Roci-ety. like garbage in a swill barrel. That's: { -
under a special permission of the were made a percentage increase over I notice we dq not nay "senior"in ; the first step to untold misery-indi- ALL HARD WOODS

s Interstate Commerce .commission, and the box rates. The new rates have speaking of new! Florida societieslike gestion, foul gases bad breath yellow .
'p are provided for In supplement No. 4 been made 125 per cent. of the current some ? It is because wp huve skin, mental fears, everything that is REAL ESTATE LAUNCHES

\,}; to I'l, u1.. olaagcpineapple tariff No. / rates on boxed fruit of eighty pounds, not state an deserving orRanmilion: a capital of that S.kind Genuine in (the horrible and nauseating. A Cascaret ....................... DORIES: AND
4. The I minimum weight is 24,000j which- i. equivalent to the Hams ratein I tonight will give your constipated
,,14)H j, theormatlon''' cents per 100 pounds; as an illustration t -nior. societies have their own conhtituTions bowels a thorough cleansing and INSURANCEExamiflation SKIFFS

4' m f I : Kute Arcadia, Kla, to New and pledges the and are intend- straighten you out by morning. They BUILT TO
od for those I
1); shippers throughout the 1 state 1 made I YOlk city, is per hox of eighty pounds, work!past, but who ages.still for wish YOUIlCPeoplc's tolie work while you sloop- -a 10-cent box' of Titles a ORDER
a check of the rates and compiled a sixlMX cents, which converted into from your druggist will keep you feelIng -
1 active workers Most churches in BOILERS AND
comparative statement, showing theolci n rule per 100 pounds would make good for rnontha
and new rates and the amount of th,"' rule H4.r> cents, which IK, as will Florida need the older l Ilndeavorers: as Specialty. TANKS BUILT TO
reduction on minimum car, as shown I, he noted from the statement the hulk '' honorary members in their AI)1'I'I'l'Ii4p71: : LEl"1'It4: : OHDKIt
i below. lute now. The league in compiling! reminds us, Sunday was a
'I cial topic for honorary members,SP"-// Advertised 1 lint for the two weeks Correspondence Solicited. l'UlIl'Son ALL "L
ti The new rates cover the southeastern the figures, used Arcadia, I'la, a representative
'g" and eastern markets extending as I shipping point as follows : pecting one of them to lead Did rnclliiK. Match 29, 1915Aide : I PUKPO8K8 -
a good service ? riniin. !Mrs Arthur C ; Hah, COMPETENT FORCB
Have you learned it by heart, Miss ]Nellie; Virginia ; Holllinii O. H. ;
To Amount oft "State Convention in Jacksonville, KrlKKH. )ol1a. II. ; Cell. Kulgl; ; CalJs, LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEY FOR ROAD WORKAT
Old Rate New Rate redution100IL. April ]1Ii-IR, with Field ALL TIMESJACKSONVILLE
James; Cole, Edward ; Daniels. W.
... 10011.8 car. 24,000 Evans, of Kentucky, special guefit'1' I O ; Fleming. G. ; Grerge. K. ]0'. ; Horn.
Atlanta Ga. ( 80
7\1.5\ f 0 $4
nnnuuun About tw..nty-five Kndeavorers in
,J Athens, Ga. _ __ ______ __ _ _ _ __. 796\ f 0 4680 West Palm Heath met at the home of A. II. ; Jacoble, MILAN! Constano' **; Kan- AT LAWSPECI4LIZING

Albany, N. Y. --._--..- ._ _ -_ _- _... ( None) 9125 n'n their secretary, Miss Maude Clarke I aner. Adam ; Lee, Mrs C.l ; Lindsay :: -
Oscar, Martin, Porter :
Birmingham, Ala. h.uUnn 79.6! (fR.75) 21.80 and marched to the Baptist church t3)) : : .

Buffalo, N Y. -. ._ _. __._ -- ---__-- ( None) 91.25 _ __ when Mr. Poling spoke. They Mark Mm Marietta ; MorOn Amos; I -
Boston, Mass ___ _nnnnh.u__ 125.5 KH.75 88.20 the chautauqua salute, and gave the Morrison, M. 11 ; Waclry. W. :M ; J\'c. IN -
over "Kache-rn. J I>. ; NarK..rtrl! <. M. K -
'd Baltimore Md. __ _nnunn__ 10d5( 7875 71.40 place they Bat was C. K in large red FLORIDA
Charleston, S. C. hn.hnh 75 56.25 41 00 letters on white background After Porter Lawrence; Price, G. T. ; l'nR' ABSTRACTAND

t+ l ( Columbia, S. C. __.. .____ _ _________ (None) 6875 'n the service all went up and shook, ton, Janips; Sauser Mrs V ; Smith,
Chattanooga, Tenn. 90 6875 ,1.00 J. II ; Smith, Miss Rosrie; ThlmpHon.

;1: {Cairo 111 -__ _- -.__.hhunn- --. -____---- 99.5 875 2880 hands Citizenship with leader.Miss our .National Christian W W ; Tyler Mrs M. L. ; Todd. Mr. Cures Old Sores, Other Remedies Wos't Cm.Th .
'I l: .... Cincinnati O 975 825 M>.00 and Mrs II. S. ; Wilcheng. M'nt' lies worBtciivc*time no matter of bow long tandlns
nnnnUh < will
e orinne Bnghtw-ell represent are cure P1>jr woadrrfut. old reliable X>*
1 ; Knoxville, Tenn-------------------- 945 7375 4980 West Tampa in the state con- ter'; Wilson, Mrs Mollle Moore; Pot-let Antiseptic Heeling Oil It relieve.
uisville 117.5 TITLE WORK P.ta sod Meals at then. time. JOc,SILO
Ky. u.nnnhn 825 Jfi 00 vention. She half, the society Yates. Mrs Martha 2.5c.
L, Memphis, Tenn. _n_ _____UUOh_ SH: .5 775 :35.40f' the Test of her pays of trip. We -----

.; Mobile, Ala. .___ ___ _ ___. ._______ __ 77 625 ::14.00t. believe this is expenses a good plan worth o O I Macon Ga. _u_ __ _n ___ uu___u_ 7275 556) 41.1 IT using{ elsewhere, only send more than O OOOOOOOOOO'OOO'OOO'OOOOOOOOOOOO.Of
; New Orleans La. unnUun 77 625 :i4.805r if
one possible friend Tourists !
.f ; Nashville, .. __ ___ __ ________ 100.5 77.5 >20 Presbyterian Juniors of Candler i S B.B D
1 New York City, N. Y. __-huunn 11S5: 825 74.40 Central district, have had an ice cream | independent.. Own your
Norfolk, Va. nh.nnnu __ 101.5 75 (1UjO;:i ( social, clearing dollars
.ii Portland, Mo. __ _ __ __ ._-_--__ __ ( None) !91: .7r ._ was a cool, eight This though it home when you can do HO prac- FOR PLANTINGFull
damp evening is one ] tically the name an paying rent SPRING
Philadelphia Pa.
110.5 80Pittsburg. 7:1.20:
- hU.h. of the
societies visited by Seer 'tars See if in list
I something this
: ._ _ _
f: Pa Uh.Uh. None( ) !90 Grace; I They berepresented
in F..rullry. want to -
,:' Richmond Va. _ __ _ ._ ____u_ 101.5 71 1:1.10,: ; Jacksonville; appeal, to >ou.
f 6 Raleigh, N. (', n _ _ _. ___. _ ( None ) 7r Thos.1 (;lllel
>.S f :. Savannah.:? Ga, un_ __ ._uu___ _ 7f5: f,11.2f { ..
] Y .. your
' St Louis, Mo. -- __ nUh 107.r> 57.5 .00) ) mall < ii Inrmenl and $1 12 per
a lasting blessing and that .
f ,; Vicksburg, Miss _ _ __ 92 77 5 :14.80 our mini) T m.h..rr. ..lor..II..I. ntlre:. pur
h Uh hci s will share in this, those-. that were'' :a: bnne |irl e only *1,21: N
/ 'I W Washington, I D. C. __ _ .. lOHIi 7H.7ri 71.40p ) able to attend all of tin J. \ ..h-r..m ben..e, MM fool lot SEED COMPANYPLANT
; Winston-Salem./ N C. __ n_ n _ __ ( None) 75 . held in ten any Florida 1 or towns meetlogs thinedays ......In.. nrll. .Weir 5150 rack. fill
; 'n..h. FLORIDA.
4 : Yazoo City Miss---------------_(None ) 82.,r> six services, each plan-. i I.r\ .h.-r..m bona, $1,1501 ..5111eoaler CITY.
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h' ( mACE A. IOWNSLNDInterlachen ( .
No advice has been received from from to the markets. The league: his tea-room modern house* hotnil ooooooooooooooooooo ooo.ooooooooooooooooooooooo
I' fl!' the Florida East Coast railway CoO March 17. rolil. Mater, one of the best laf
; as written that line to ascertain wh:.' its ---- -- JT he ,,11A.k about It.two .
whether or not that line will establish
l attitude will be in this hut Malaria Is in India and A .""..D-room house with one,
., t. respect common
f /1, bulk rates up to Jacksonville, Fla., to or five. lot.. A decided. barK -
',1 ."'. be used in connection with the new as explained by Traffic Manager llos- one-sixth of the world's supply of quinine i .l..
that is consumed in that country. 'I'fto board I..; haves !. ....01
rates have been established there- king, word has not yet been received
a lor at
1 Ion. rheap.
( ....... lad. ,
----- ------- - - Ceylon has 60,000,000 cocoanut ..I.Ktah'7.... to railroad. f25 ere. What About Your Insurance?

UNCLE SAM REFUSES POWDER PLANT MUST trees His hundred aad forty acre
4 y +, T01'AY FOR TRAVEL OF BE MUCH ENLARGED real rltrua. land at *2O per acre.Kle .
.d tea-acre tracts fromp1Ta
? ,, EMPLOYES': WIVES BECAUSE OF ORDERS Calling Cards ep.J Ne matter what you may want La the way of Insurance, I can
Wedding Announcements proved and for rent.
Work supply it I make a specialty of Indemnity and Fidelity Bonds, Life,
f? Washington-Government employes New York.-Pierre S. Dupont of E. Engraving a Specialty MRS. SUMMERS

who travel with their wives cannot I. Dupont De Nemours Powder company Send Be at fop oOMork Guaranteed soli IV.nld. St.. one lk :.A.c Fire, Accident, Health and Tourist Insurance.
the to bear announced that enough orders fVicea and Samples ..... .
I expect government any of lyde A. Cllrde. Ch..J. Courteous and prompt attention no matter hew
,. share of the expense incurred on that 1 nave been received from the bellige-I' LES' JEWELERS avenue west of ..>rtbnM l..d- i ,
account, according to rulings. just announced rent powers to warrant large extensions ..lAX FLA I.. .o.Ch). large or how small an amount you wish. '
< >
> by Comptroller of the Treasury in the company's plants. r 5 ..OOOOOOOOO .OOOO.OOOOO.. .
k ,Downey, whose word in such math "Our expenditures in constructionmay I
i y ten is final. reach" a total of $5,000,000 or CARSON FARMER 1 t

The decision was in the case pne- more, he said.
'',. (seated by D. C. Stutler, an employe Mr. Dupont said land already had GENERAL INSURANCE.'Phone .

'of,the) department of justice Stutler I been purchased qn the James river in I 2303. Dakia St
'turned in a bill for expenses for four Virginia for a new factory for the
1. 'days at a hotel in West Virginia with manufacture. of dynamite and gunpowder I The favorite Store of Klasimmee ]I.
his wife asking the government to
the amount-he had been charged
$ pay
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when he previously occupied the room
:l 1 alone. This claim was refused and
. 'I
Mr. E Williams, Hamilton Ohio
Stutler was allowed half what the
'f, cost writes: "Our whole family dependon
it" room "
Pine-Tur-Honey Maybe someone -
I In family has a severe 'old .
!t'. '' 'How To dive Quinine To Children. perhaps it is the baby. The orlKI-1

ii > 1'Dan.n.B"th.trad.-..srtt name *rna to an nal Dr. Hell's ine-Tar-Honey
: ..m.. .l Quinine. 'liaaTaateleaaSyrup.pi.... I
:, : .' Mi to tek. and dor not dl.tarb the stomach. ever ready household remedy It I

? r Tfi '.Cblldrra.I UkeordlBarrOiilnlne._ .peciaUr take U..._apt4 never Does to know adulta not it nauaeate who l> Quinine.cannot nor gives Honey Immediate penetrates relief the linings I'ln.-Tar-1 of the I -WE HAVE IT !I IIn New Owners -- New Management

45054 mel-XMM...< nor rlDa-iDf In the bead. TIT Throat and Lungs destroys the ,
"" atbsa..ttlm.yo u :D tot .nypar- Germs, and allows Nature to act. At
t S .ese. Ask for f-ouiK orislaal paekare.
Mme FKBRIUNB i. Mown In bolU. Is oaala..j your druggist 25c. I -- --------- -- -
y -- -I connection with our Hardware line we carry a complete

:t ':: : :;;:;:; line of furniture.. We make a specialty of outfitting home., and

1 ', r Cl'j Bed handle reliable Room Furniture, Dining TO BUILD YOUR HOUSEWE

{ No Need I Room Suits, Kitchen Outfits, Par- HAVE ITWe

lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers .
\ To Take The Risk ,
.\ are fully equipped and manufacture all grade of lumberroughand
l Couches Etc.

r dr.aaed-Cci5a", Flooring, Siding, Door, Sash, Shingle, Laths,

Q i Y There is no really good reason for Window and Door Frames, Moulding of all kinds Framing, dressed and

tdt k \ leaving your valuables In some Insecure This store i. making a record for itself in the matter of rough. Cypress Lumber. We also carry a complete line of Brick, Lima,

place. They should) have the helping peopl. to outfit homes. Come and see. Our price areright. -
Cement, Paints Varnishes and Glass. We are able to fumih you

'y t Absolute Protection of our Fire and
; everything for your hone or your barn, from ground to roof.
Burglar Proof Valut where we have
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Safe Deposit Boxes for rent as low as

I t 4 ";/ " TOOLS fOR ENGINEERS I Send for Free Estimate .I

$3.00 and $4.00 per year No matter what kind of an Elgin you hare-Ga*, Steam, '

r. Railroad or Stationary Engine-we have exactly the Tool ye* ;

need in your everyday work-Wrenches, Hammer, Oiler, etc., .. 11 r
W* will be glad to give yon Price and Estimates FRE Contractor
all of the best quality and workmanship, and at prices that, will
estimates home. bill receive attention-
OB prompt
: surprise you. TU store ha the reputation handling only _

hardware that b of superior quality and you will make ne mistake

in coming her NOW and inspecting oar big dock

Yellow Pine Lumber Co.

f A :udtir 1b JAN. Osceola 'Hardware Company Phone 195 Klimme, Flo -

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,7 ::}t'a1IfAy,.X.m,. :" .. THE. CIS.SIMMIJtVALLIY GAZETTE ? .
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'. second '3a..... la each' .; :7IOTICIB.No . ? IXJHDOJTS-CKHSUS" '". I' .., '. at'aI y# ,o
VU OIBCVITCHAI va"'o.aRT." .''''.'' Ill ouitTUrT, COua..III..l'f'I'II' JUDIe Monday o< '
cuicurr or.FLORIDA nr ' O1AL CIRCUIT Or rirORIDA INAJIU year., :, ties I. p1... that a meet'nUr Miles HARRIET E ADAMS, I K.
FOR oacfooLACOVMTT Vntlf 'offloe'ra elected'at'th. IIrt' of.the stockholders at The Water City Cover 099 $ ,.
."'' &JIQ-oR OSCTBOLA COUNTY. .. 1 -" ;' .IWC3I&NCEBY.Aku. : I the 4k Carson Grocery. Company. Is h.rebycalled Population of a ,PHYSICIAN and SURGEON '
" annual stockholders TI.0.
._ .
.. t. : rl..d.b.tI business l of said to be held at the town of Kla-- . ._' .
shall be "
'- K. ----.. Cesaplalnsntuttju .lm_.. Florida, on Ihe 10th day of I .In 'tne strict Is'the Office at' Ytesidenoei401"! femmett
Actksw H. .,*.* .. C.PIaIU ", corporation shall be conducted by the, London. sense .
April. A D.. 181$. to for the . '
,T_ ',, .TO QVlIIIT. VrrunBernard followlnr M,: M. Smith named president officers; A. L., 'H.."': Increase of the ....plt.rrovld. of said .city ot London, the population 01which T I.p.ol..u.. i I.

BILL, TO QUZETT1Tha ._. Corporation to One Hundred Thousandand within municipal 'ant parliamentary t ,
first vlee-presldsnt R. V. Phillips, .
H.... and All Versus 0Ia.. no-100 Dollars and .1 "
all Clalsk- oDd vice-president) FROS. M.rt oi :boundaries was at the: last 'l : ,
..* Parties
0.rrleBd. Under the mmlA Bernard to furtheramend the Charter said
stall ... m* Interest "
and I.. Hunt. V.
M. M. Smith. A. B. .
lap'an Interest Wavier. the sal* Vsall P.... Otherwise. l ,,' Phillip, 0.-B. Bothwell.' B. >. Roe. Corporation .G that ,It' shall read a. census only 1P.65T. "

% '0., F Hen;Ve., O.M....., Mesnendent.. Paul M. .Trudell and a. ,Hi Fsrtlo, di stated] below.C.. A.. CARSON.' .. President. Tba next biggest London U the e 'c F.TLH'!, <;, J
ORDER Or rectors. clesiastlcal tha diocese
N. C. IJR Y AN. Secretary LDdoD.O" '
vin. 8UEETfEThLWORrn
..;;......... T* AU Whose It May Cs>eer.lIt The highest amount of ..1 -- LDdO.wih 'populaton S.S11.- )
or otherliability to which the ... PKoro.mD'CHARTJDR it contain C ' : '
the bill of: SUel Cefllngrs Specialty '
from 1 1'Phone
appearing sworn a -
T&All Wfce>ea It May Ceneerai
corporation shall at time .
0 complaint filed In thla cause that there any or some of the smallest parishes In England ., .' .
from the sworn bill of Itself shall be limited and denned b I
It appearing aa ''
.; complaint filed In this cause that there are orllel In the property section 1711 of the srenera! statutes of TRIO WATERS CARSON GHOCBRV inch aa St. Alphege, London usa Zls.tmmsI.'Pl. -
other than the '
this suit
the of . Wall which "two families or 'I fDR
: are partial Interested In property the state COMPANY. but .
and that the ,
known namesof .
1\ Involved In this suit otbar than the The names and residences of the subscribers aeparaate ."' '3S
Interested .
such are un
and that the namaiof partieso and the amount of capital.
such partt..o _
.. Is prayed In said bill of complaintagainst The name of the corporation shall with that ..
and that .- :- area corresponding
i' ..OWD to tha complainant such unknown respondents.. It be The Waters A Carson Urocery Company ,
B. F. Roe Kenansvllle Flaten
, Her Is prayed In said bill of complaintagainst It Is. therefore ordered that all parties shares ((10). and I Its principal place<< of business within the Registrar Generals tablesor DENS I

, a such unknown respondents. claiming' Interests In the. following d.... R. K Franklin Kenansvllle. Fla.. shall he In the city of Klsulmmee mortality You see In the table .
1'1 I.. therefore, ordered that all partialclaiming In the Osceola county. Florida with Upstairs BuUdtnl
Interact In the following da.scribed scribed property situate Countyof two shares (1). published wekly'ID t' e n..paper- !t
t. Oscnola and State of Florida, to wit: Paul B. Trndell. Kensnsvllle Fla. branch offices In such place or plsc-s Office Hours: a na.
real property situate In the The West Half of the East Half and the ton shaft's (10). In lh. state of Florida. and other placesIn wben we are not engaged in a Euro I : tolSp. .

County of Oiceola and 8.ate of Florida of theJorth.a.t East Half of the West Half of Section O )1]. Both well. M. D, Krnansvllle. the United States or In foreign countries pean war-that the death rate *a Telephone No Tl June f t .

to-wlt. The Quarterof Northweit Section Quarter Three In 1R In Township J8 South of Range II Fla.. ten sharps (10). as. the l'lr..n may determineARTICLE London is so atttf so. Well the Registrar ' -
I ) East of Tallahassee Meridian do appear Randolph Tounir Whlttler Fla. one I. 1
Town.hlp 26 South of Range S' East of Complaint The general najtuie the business General moans the county of
to the Complainant Bill share (1).
of Tallahassee Meridian do appear to herein died on or before the Rule A. L. Hunt Konansvllle. Fla, ten to I, d hy said corporationshall London And of this London the DR W. W. CARSON
bill of compisintherein l to IMIV sell and In Krocerles I
the complainants In A. I>. 1916. the same being shares (10). : >: ; ;
Day April. : .d'.ld population is 4,521,685
before the Rule Day dry Hoods, hardware, all kindsof 1 .
tiled on or .
the 6th day of said month else the said. L. B Orawdy. 'V hit tier. FI.... tenshares DENTtST
the tth day toerchandlac. fo buy. ."-11. to the Central Crimi-
in April. A. D. 1016 being P.II we now
(c. bill will be taken ss confessed againstthem. (10) ,
of said month. else the said bill will R V Phillips Kpnansvllle. Fla. ten and d.v..IOI lands and "olduc a nal Court district. which constitutes Office over Pilley BuI4tnl} ,

b. taken a. .confessed against such reapondenta And It Is further ordered that this shares (10). : buy general and r' 11 :,lands for t>usln Its< ns 'd account to- yet another London. The people Office Hours 1-1. .
order be published once a, week for W. J. Mice. Kenansvllle. Fla. sixty Office 'Phone Itl 'Phone SI '
oncommission build
!. further ordered that this and to UI.O"n. within its borders number no fewer
And It shares (60). Gas Administered for
12 consecutive weeks In the Osceols ,
i and deelop Innda m.taotIG/
order be published once a week for 11 Journal. a weekly newspaper published J. T I>rawd>'. Kenansvllle seven ed by Iu..rov. to manufacture 0"1 than 6.611.031 Teeth IC ,,,
Osceola Jour-
consecutive weeks In In said Coun .y and of general clrcu shares (7). lumber "ol.or..lon.stores crovslleaturpentine we might reach by --
In tlrl..r.
nal. a weekly newspaper published M. M fltnll h. Vrlntcr Park. Kin... ten.
latlon In said
county timber and to
and of ptoducls stages Ihe London postal district '
of Osceola
.. the laid County ton- Witness' the Honorable James W. share (10). least hire own arid hroker. factor -
era! circulation In said County W. Perkins Judge of said Court and my S. H. K.Ttlo Kpnansvllle. .'I..... ten or au,'nln thi at. as .'. suit. and others But let us Jump at onceto DR H. S. GEIGER:

-, Witness the Honorable James and namt. as Clerk thereof and the official shares (10). manufacture and "'..,. ..Iu..ha. real the biggest London of all Greater -
: Perkina Judge of said Court my seal of the said Circuit Court this First prol crt y and products thereof mind London PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
... Clerk thereof and the officialaeal BTATW OK FLORTPA : :
name day of January. A. I). IBlt t'ommodlt I l h-s. Kutitls wares ft rid merchandise .
of the said Circuit Court. this First J. U OVKUSTKKKT.:: COUNTY OF OSCE30L.ABefore of e\cirv kind Including na\al This maze of towns and villages, Citizens Bank Buldin.:

day of January A D 1811J As Clerk of the Circuit Court me. the undersigned| Notary s hlackuml ha and'H tools which corresponds with the city of Klsslmmee,
: OVEUSTREKT.As Public In and for the state of Floridaat : :d\ I' : ;
U ;
Phones ( '
(Circuit Osceola County. Florida. I inpl* mi'tit H and sawmill tools and iffli217 or 14Residence I
Clerk of the Circuit Court. Large. rsonally. appeared B.o". lmpliin ills of. sorts to o.rAI" and London and metropolitan police d's- 281 14-lyr a

(Circuit O.ceola County.Florida. I Court Heal JAMES M JOHNSTON. Roe R 1C Franklin. Paul 10 Truth-li. oiitltit MllwmlR.1\1 ptanlnfr nilllH and all trlrts, extends over a radius of 15
Court. Seal) Deputy Clerk. 0 F;. Bolhw.ll Randolph YounK Lc huslnrHH. th..r'I. to huraise miles from Charing Cross embraces
By JAMBS M JOHNSTON. lirawdy.. J. Rice. 11 V. PhIllips J. and .d'. || mill and llstotk of .
Deputy Clerk.. I JOHNSTON.& OAHRETTCounsel 4-10t T r."y and f!. II I<','rllr. all kllifls to ptirtlutHe. dial' In l le I f ...I an area'of more than 699 square T. M. RIVERS. M. D.
for Complainant
JOHNSTON& UARRBTT.Counsel to me well known nml knownto I In.. f produtls. to t>w ij. hold and s.'liImuiuits mile' and comprise a wide belt
me to t,.. the Indl Ifluala Oe.rlhed .
4-tft .
foi antl toown
for Complainant. p.'ur. .11. raime known as the Outer King, In which PHYSICIAN and SURGEON '
"(' In and who txituteil th fmregoinia npiritti' 1 1. aHi.. "11'','. UHI and maintain .

!. <..lT-r.It ('earl for the evra tate Bank of KennrtHVllle. and mitchbeing and Mlasz.facilities of iektiitl Office over Pharmacy /
CIRCUIT COUUT. HKVKNTH: JUUICIAI. elI of the Ntate .f Klerlda. truord'naiy rapidity Pllcel.
ClltCI'IT UK .....ORIUA IN ITS sad for 0.1. Cosmty.l dnl\that" he sworn exp<'aevrimily u(l'd I the slim.for arktiowledRtd . nntl .to In 1'.1\'liu\ .,' prolt.. ."antl' for, Inl"1l"f'I. I In 10 I yea ra- from 1901( to 1911- 'Phone R'Slderlce tl ,
4 hancery.lllll IHI .
OSCH4II.A: COUNT Office 145. "
AaiU the tints and purpoHin) 0"1'.1" x- mmmit in, on iinimtnHtoli that of East lam grew from 96.008to

IN CIIAMKItl.Artber to elal.t Title. pr.'Rued .p. ntliii i IMI, n ml all kits nf naaHtiitip 133 504.( or at the rate ofper 9.1
tyf11a nu II...r. Complainant,. In \\ln \\herfof I list In n unto >. 'I" ..' n nil aurliiitttiriil' miniutlM '
R. I>..egsa. (.'-..I..-... aCTmllfS Nmtniv' hnnd. and iiTI\( d\ tn\ '1..1.111..1H'nl t i nptiati. HllllH and mathlntrfin rent, and In the previous period

11 (dimph Anna BibhltRtilii this 22nd day of JHTIUIIIA 1>.. I (liii. : muumuuiifi.,,,: .: tut i uf :iinxal atu.r.'sl : Ihiincrease was actually 193.6 per H. D. GEIGERATTORNEYATLAW
versus I'" 5Vr.tiirlal ''proI''M.r' l i \". t d, H 'rti.tton' I ot.u.I remarkable the I
\\altir H 1 1 l.quully was
TITLEDRdwta rt < I'' nmi. lunny .It
HI 1.1, TO QUIET ( A I. and iniintaln tiinUaaiid wtltthous'H (mur

... lta.4all. "' arah Trmrr mm* tlt Julia>I s. .1'.1..1 l>ennall, I In of.IIIK i tin tli.nforisnld st.endanls par andhmirs ) N..larl'ulIh-. I
John Tracy, bee ............ mmm aU .....- at law. of Charles 0 <'a.mptielldfctas 1\1)' commimtsim.nxI.Irlm.. Aptil 4. I UI8' :and I '.1 llnr 'pnilixtH: and to .1 HM'li' nIIKI (liii. population wax 95,131 ; 10 yearn

.7. ties rlalmlmr ..,....." sisMM-r Ie .... ml. anil all otlur pirtlts claimIn STATnl: '' F1.ubllllit. Mann. .nr. to watinotis... receipts anti rt fine: ,"r t; later It had incroaned to 124,597 Office State Bank Buldlnl

...... ...._........ 54brrwlse. dt' Berlin Interests untlt-r In the t hisaid lands. l In Charles this BIll OCaiiipbtll (ciUNT OF OSC1!;OI.AM mnniifnctuii.m'"n.. .wn. "'. ..,.1 anil,\ "" 11 I ItaiiilK In 31 per cent. compared with 106.3 per Klsslmmee,
foie ITU. I he uinlersIgtuel, NotaryI'tiille ii-muulints Hta\iH, .tiiln siiapllea tent In the corresponding period '
Ik_.. """ :!. di.m'i'ant d m o( ''-twist-. andRmnnmn In and for thi. Ntali. of Florlilat andnatiilals I of similar kinds

O.UUCH OKTe rEMLICAI1W" i I I. U ("aitijiliell., stilt survivingdivlmi Large. p. raonallv api, > ari.d A L* to ;Inn. sill and il<.ul In K roc HI I..n. 1)1;) ; iKtl .1901, DR. L. HYATT f
:1 of t- 8. Hart d..a..1 llespondf Hunt to mi wtll kn..wn..nd knownI I goods. ha rdwi.r.. aiul all kinds of met Tottenham and Wllesden have also C

0 n tBOIIDKII I In out, of the Individual' d..rlh'dIn ..h".II.. I. litilld ""Y. Hill. 'Ii.aai. wild marked The PHYSICIAN
row n
All l.o. It Slay v.It .-. -- mini who extruttd the frtreKOlnKiropoai ". .".. ttintrol. binuharl'm' ; rapldly. and SURGEON ,/

appesringrom the sworn bill of < or. !.III..ATIt.'Ii. I .[ .d I fhartir, tf the First State or ..p.'ral.1.' ls, tramwa\H railways. leading case however. Is Ilford. the

complain' IIUd In tills cauttt that thvre tank[ of Kenannvllle. and being duly hrldKen llghlirtingimies.. ears' or ot her populat'on. of which Increased 277.6 Klsslmmee. Fla. ,
parlies 'IntrevUtd in the property I Rworn H< know ,le-dRred that he exrute] \ihltli-a "I rn..a"p. ..r 11 ananortatlun of .
are .Mlhnm II :Mm' Oonci per cent In 10 year1901-1911" Phones Office 117 .4
Involved In tl.lM suit -other than the To rn I h. nil me for t h< uses and purposest the products tf Id. owned ,
known and that the It n i>pt>H i Ing; from; th.. sworn nill or h..r..11I I "x pri.HH..dIn and controlltHl 1'1'01'1'1./ ..".. .. by and at the rate of 89.6 in 1891-1901. 141 J i

names of such partis so InkereHted. are Ctimpliui fllid 1 In Ihlscausf. that Ih.r. I "'it nm-as. Vto-rm-of I have hereunto said company "I other persons. or corporatlon Altogether the population of this '1
Ibe ComsilaAAiant. and tlutlr.lI..t art: pttNons Intirtsletl In the property! net mv hand and affixed my Notarial In tonaertlon with the bus! .
unknown to that of
belt is bringing
In the said bill of complaint ln\ol\d In this null olli.r than thkntiwn Seal thin 22nd da\ of Januarv Ita. n. HB of this companbut" hot to usu.ald '
Is praed. said unknown Itfupondents Hi-spontli" nt H and that the CR'all! JOHN II. BAISPKNNo means of transportation for thpurpoHe Greater London up to 7,261,683 GEO. P. PARKER
t.1 against .s. nT 'h 'rsims MO I ntercst ell Florida of dolnit the business of '
It therefore. OUULRKU that nam* sut pi ls.
( f; It. the arms unknown tc tin. Complainant ; and My <'om ml salon expires December 16STATK common tarrlir to raise. produce buy. f. ,
all parties claiming an Interest ..Itu that relief I. pfajetl lir said Bill of 181 N. sill. exchange and deal In trees plants officially regarded as correspondingwith ATQRNEY.ATLWCleton.
following deao-tbed ruperty Complaint against such. unknown Respnndents shruim, cereals and any and all kind the city of London and metropolitan .J
ate In the County of Osoeola and 31 it ft : OF FLORIDA, \ecetable| ,products and citrus and Conveyance .
frul. police districts it has of
Northeast Qual't.r
of Florida. to-wlt Tan It !'s. tht.rt.fore. ordt-rfd That all] COUNTY OF HEM IN'LF.,, I.r trees hay and train and
of the Northeast Quarter of Section S3 partlea claiming an Intt'rest In and tthe Before me. the underpinned", Notary K<-neral nursery business to construct years consequent on the Increased Specialties
14 In Township 27 South of Range described situattd erect operate and maintain a facilities for farther '
following traveling spread
property -
Public In and for the state of Floridaat
Tallatoaaaee _Idl'n. do ..ppearI 111 1-' Broadway
feast of house .
or packing anm'
In the Counts of Osceola and h.u.e.
Large, personally appeared M M. afield It extends In
bill of complainton '
to-the Complainst fstlorv for fruits Actualy.
I State of Florida towit'l.ot I ( .nn'n" .t. in
Smith to well known and knownto I'
before the lUilc Jay In April. A. .. or all kinds than 16 miles
or three of Block 'A of ,V. A Vegetabli to produce buyor nome more
be one of the Individuals who exerut i
D Kit, the same bolng the tth day of oth..e. acquire and ... or otherWise be F. KRIBBS
Patrick and J r Huxhey Addition <'d the forejcoInK proposed chart..r .I from Charlng Cross It might G
... said bill will be ..
aald month. *> Uc I dispose of the of .u..hp..klnl
of Klsslmmee 0. pr..du.l.
to the town
them. City of the First 1 State Hank of Kenanavllleand contended therefore. that the population -
confessed against or tannIng facttirles
taken ceola Countv. Florida according tt acknowledRedthat ( factory or -
la further OILDmtEI: ) that 'being sworn packing house of Greater London much exceeds AITORNEYATLAWI
Anu It or packlnhouses
the Plat of eald Addition on file In n.t executed the same for the uses .
this order b.. _w.t.bed once a the office of the Clerk of the Clr and purposia therein expremedIn ; to subscribe. for purchase recelve seven and a quarter milon.Ans..ers. .. Examination of Titles a Specialty J-
ci/tlve weeks In the hold for Investmi
week for IX coa own. 0'' "
cult Court for Orange County of witness whereof I have hereuntoset
Notification and Payment of taxes etnonresidents ;
otherwise sill and --
Osceola Journa a weekly n..papetpUbllahed dispose of and makadvancements ,
. which said Countthe said landwere .. my hand and affixed my Notarials. given eareful -1
In the said County of Osceola at said date of flllnK said 1'lal .'al thin 21rd day of January 116 upon Blocks sharerbonds attention.Klsslmmee. .

and of geaorai -cfcrtulatlon In said a part; said lot lying In the Southeast (b<'1/01)) CHAS 1). BRUMI.RYNotary securities or. obloc..tlon. of othcorporations loated. .. WORTH KNOWING.By .
County. quarter of the Southeast quarter Public. State of Florida e r i Fla. '
< orlfrlnatc t or engaged In
James W or pursuing -
Wltneaa the Honorable My commission explrea Dec 11. 1917.
of Section Twnt.\-one of Township -i-- ,
Perklnaf Judge of said Court and my Twenty-five South. ftangr r-4t any one or more oblects. kinds of busl the use of gum arable one may Pat Johnston a. p, Garret* ; "
ness Indicated
name a.. Clerk .thereof and the official Twenty-nine East of Tallahassee herein I purposes or have the stiff collar standing ni stately .
or owning holding
seal of saul Circuit Court.A. D. IBlt this theFirst Meridian. Osceola County. Florida SAI.R' OF RRAI. KNTATK OfDKCKUKNTT. of any kind or mentioned I any herein property o; style without a trans of wire sup JOHNSTON I GARRETT

day of January do appear to the Complainant Bill of any owning or holding-

(Circuit J. L. OVEK8TREKT. Complaint herein on or before the By virtue of an order issued by the .. corporaton of any such corporatIon port.Use *'
of the Circuit n..tdb .blgaton. ATORNEY-AT-LW .
Court Heal As Clerk 7th day of April .. l 16/els. the county ludire of Oacnola county Florida the owners or the sm. not the powdered ara -

Court of Osceola County.JOHNSTON.Florida. said Bill will be taken as confessed authorizing me thereto. 1 will of- holders of any stacks, bonds or obllftatlona bic. gum in small pieces Offices 10, 1 and 1 CItIzuj'Ban1j. '

By JAMBS M. Clerk. And It Is further ordered that this far at. public tale at the door of thecourthouse to exercise all the rights, powers and put a tablespoonful of It a '"
Deputy order be published once a week for In Klsslmrae. Florida, etarInff and privileges of ownership thereof *, IBudlC 1
". .JOHNSTON OARRBTT. twelve consecutive weeks In the Valley the hours of l legal sale on next and to exercise all and any bowl and over it pour a cup of boiling'hot kl.'. Fls. .

, .: Counsel for Oesai ialnant. 4-10t Oasette a newspaper published In' legal Male day. to-wlt. :Monday. April powers thereof, to sell, votn.. water and let it stand until dissolved .

1 said County of Osceola State. of Florida Ith. un. the following described real let pled ire. hire, lease or convey the. which will take about : ,
A PROCLAMATION. and of general circulation In said estate situate In Klsslmmee. Osoeola property of this corporation or any a hou. Louis C. Massey T. Fletoa C
MAYOR'S County. this estate. part thereof at will and to Invest the Put th aluUon in a covered .. or Late Counsel for Judge ef taij I.

E.' Under and by virtue of the power Witness the Honorable James W. of uW."H': ; :::;e'od'.t. to-wlt proceeds at pleasure and In such manner Ja it will keep for day*. Fla. 1 1 Comm., Criminal Court

vested la me, IL R. Ka$. mayor of Klsslmmee Perkins. Judge of said Court; and my All of lot. three t8) and the north half aa may be determined by Wash the collar and iron it. Do not MASSEY WARLOW V
.i name as Clerk thereof. and the official of lot two (2) of block "C" of OINealA laws; to conduct any part of I
CIty Florida. de hereby announce Ht.i.: starch it wash and rinse in clear
proclaim and declare that an seal of said Circuit Court this the 8th ()Oshorn addition with the well and ness and to have. offices and ; ATTORNEYS 'COUNSELLORS .
election will be held. at the city hall. day of January. A: D. 116 water easement thereto belonging. but and to employ officers and at watr. dry and iron it Then lay it on AT LAW ;I.

In said city during the legal hours of (Official Seal Circuit Court ) subject to a certain mortgage for uch places In this stale and otherStates ironing board apply the gum Practice In all the courts of the Mate '
with the -trued InterestAlso
voting on Saturday (be 17lh day of J. U OVERSTREET $100000 lots eleven or foreign countries as may berequisite arabic solution with a sponge or and of the United States, .. before ,
March. A. I).. 1915 for the purpose ofelmcLing Clerk Circuit Court. seven (1Jrdt"3OJ.( or necessary for the carry- sf the Florida .
fourteen. (14) W H cloth the right side of the Rairoa '
the following officers to sorv,' JOHNSTON OARHETTSolicitors (11) InK on of said business or turth..rln. on ; the Commlnloa.

a term of one >'ear via for Complainant 1-121 Farmers subdivision, of lot aeventynlne the needs of said corporation nc' apply until thoroughly wet, then iron 11-14 Charleston Bid J,
of the Florida Land & Improvement easily tr be determined In the .. .- .
One Mayor. Co 's addition linn and Judgment of the hoard of dlrectors collar on wrong side. The collar will Orlando, Fla.
One <-lerk VOTH K OK I>TKTIO' I'I'Ll
TO of sale. its stiffness and will look much
One Marshal and Tax Collector FOIL LI-rr1'KIIM I-ATKNT. Terms announced on day to receive payrnt.nt for (capl retain
One Treasurer. I Q F. KRIBHS tal stock subscribed for In r..y or In daintier than when starch is used. .

Also to serve for a term of two years.. Notice Is hereby til\en that the untlerslirned i I -It Commissioner. ;>ropert y. labor tir ....rvl...... at a Just. -

three members of the city I council, Will nnillx to the irnwrnnrof valuation thereof In the dl..r..lon or J. HICKS ./
r h. r-hv' -Mntwilnt M N_ Uratttin- F the slate of j. r.ilaAt"T.l; (; : R'h ;' ', NOTIf nf A.n'llNIlTIt"'OR. ludvrnent of the Hoard of I Ilre"I.r.. It Homemade Icebox. DR M ,

'. (1.:Vans Agnew' -j''w'I.i U..y as lnsp...-- on the 15th day of Marth A. I'.. 1116 (For 1" '... I>lnrkara..) mnmukcontracts tif anv wlal... i
tors and J. ,V. Prentls mm clerk of said for 1..1t'r. patent Incorporating tht. .ver for the furtherante of I. purposes Few people know that a very K PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
... .... fltatr .f nr liuslnesH' .
election First State Dank of Kenans\llle under ( oiirt of f .t, J.d. Including: agreements Icebox for summer use ran
In witness whereof. I have hereunto the following proposetl barter tOo Florida. <>.ee..l. Ceasity. or contrl..t.. lietwein the ..said b Office State Bank o "
and and Individuals. plating a small box Inside a larger one Building :
set my hand as mayor of said of I. rs- Kmtmtf ef torporatlon or othert .
Is lie In
tvh. original which now on "
he rti Clull..... orporatlnns In of the lines Phones-Offlce 41 -' \
caused the seal of Caid city to the office of the secretary of state of Peter any of and filling the space between 'withsawdust.
nto affixed this 2It.h. day of Fefcruarj i hereby to all whomIt business. of this corporation. to do any 40 .
A. D.. "15. the Witness said state our of names Florida.this 21st day of may c'.o\; \ ..FI, :..nth 4th day of! and ..1 thliiKs that are or may benecessary Set on blocks, bore a bole In :.: :.

Attest: H R MAY January A I) 1916O September A. I> 1915. I shall applv tr or proper to lie done for tin- bottom of both. kept tightly ,
Mayor of Klsslmmee ("'It I' the Honorable T M Murphy judge of furtherance of the purposes of this I clO .

J. R OlLBERT. City Clerk .. E M BOTH SMITH WELL.M said court as Judge of probate of the forfinal corporation "I for tarrylnl Into elTei twenty pounds of Ic wU keep t tl J. W. THOMPSON C'I
Seal 10itNOT.CIa discharge as administrator the. powers herein
( )
Irant..d. box three four
8. H. FKRTIC.H : deceased and or days.
estate Of Peter Julias ; '
FOR PUBLICATION. F. ROE. that at the same time I will present to The capital II.the corporation I .l
It V.
PHILLIPS. the said court my final accounts an shall be One cu'fdr Thousand I"
< '..... .r.) A. I... HUNT.PAUL .. FUNERAL DIRECTOR I
administrator of said estate, and ask and no-100 Dollars to be divided Into I Air and .. .
O 487
Serial No. R.
TRITDELL. for their approval One Thousand shares of the valueof the well
par Air absolutely essential ,) I
............ .f tee Interior. J. .T. DRAWDY.I Dated March 4. A. T>.. 191& One Hundred Hollars each I t .
__. H DRAWDY.R of child. The mother and ,
Fla- N. C. BRYAN. I being
U 8 Land Office at Gainesville E FRANKLIN ARTICLE IV. e"er 1.LCENSED .
ltNotice o.-mo-for-tmo.-t Administrator The term for which this .01'001'0 make of her
:March II. l W. J. RICE.RANDOLPH. should It a part regular "
Is hereby given: that John W lIon exist shall be p.rpetu.LARTICLE EMBALMER t
Campbell ,of Lrfiughman Florida who YOUNG. NOTICK I TO CHKDITOR" .h.1 V. duties to see that her child has a let "

on February 1$. 1910.; made; HomesteadKntry The officers of this corporation shall two hours outdoor exercise every day. ,
No 04487. .for NK 1-4 of HE 1-4 PROPOSED CHARTER OF FIRST la Cottrt ef the C...." Jsidare. State be a President a a
and 8K 1-4 of NE1-4. section St. township ; STATE HANK OF KENANHVH.L.I2: : ot Florida. Oaveela Secretary a .. Vlo-Pr..d.nt... It school Is o.e at 3 the child c Store and Chapel, Stwar Aw _'

It South range *7 East Tallahassee KHNANSV1U.E, KIX>KIUA. In re Estate of Milton S. Cow ....r.i of" not less than thre nor more than come t at 0 to prepare his or h lee-
: Meridian has r.led notice' of Intention To all creditors legatees, distributees nine Directors. offices of Secretary Klsslmmee. \
I to make five-rear proof. to establish The undersigned: Incorporslors" hereby i and all persons having claims or demands and Treasurer may be held by one aona to the following day. 1M. .

claim to the land above described.bfqre sasoclate themselves together for against said estate. : and the same person The Board -of'Directors '

clerk of circuit court ...t )(i.-. the purpose' of becoming Incorporatedand and each of are hereby shall be selected at the annual y; - --- 4; ::44'When
.... Florida mn the .lth .day of forming a corporation under and notified You. and required you to present any stockholders m..Unl. to be -hlttd I ; ."

April. 1111.. by virtue of the laws of the state of claims and which you. or in the city of .. Oscetfta In Need ef a .
Claimant names as witnesses: HoI' Florida with and under the following of oue'::. nd.ha- against the : county Florida on the third. Monday .
sure O Hancock of Louhman. Florida proposed!; charter estate of lIllton :l Cowtfer dec.a.e4.1 January of each ysar T .* VETERINARY SURGEON .i
Clem T Sullivan of Lxxurhmarf, I. Osceola county. Florida to the ARTICLE) VI .
Florida W. F. Sullivan: of Loughman. The name of the corporation shall ate of administrator of .h. highest amount of Indebtedness C.W.GR1FFIWStaple -Call For

Florida: Charles B. Lamb. of- Lough- be the First State Bank of Kenansvllle ate.undersigned within two years from the ddr to1 which this corporation .h.l at antt ,1',

man. *Florida. and.Its place of buslnese shallbe In the her.of. time subject Itself shall H.dred ".- F. RICHMOND :
ROBERT. nAVIS.ItjStpd town of Kenansvllle. In the county of Dated February A. D 1811. and Fifty Thousand Dollars A

Register Osceela and stateof. Florida. 1: 0. dowaErt: (1160.00000). I-I and FaDeyGROCERJIS Horses Clipped. \ ,

.. .. n. I-.t Administrator.ADMINISTRATION 1. nc1"' .
The nature of the
general businessto
be transacted shall be that of
a '
AND ALL OTHER l'f' &TICIII. Phone ; '
(). W. BRVNS general banking business with 11.1 C ;
t PARTIES'I incident thereto as provided C'f : Sealed bid. will be received by the :
INTERESTED Settee .* Adsalsitatrajter few Ftaal DIsehars board of county commissioners of Os
statutes of the state of Florida.
!'*otioe I. heseby given that I. I* JL' a, IlL '. Va.'" .. Cevsity "..... ceola county at their next regular

.. Ingram sheriff of Osceola county, state The amount of capital stock of said ..-. Cevsjty Fl...... meeting April t. ISlt, on a new roof ERNEST 1 GREEN . .
L of Floi4da. have this day levied a writ'qp shall be Fifteen for the court houea. bidders to furnishall

(',- of attachment Issued In the suit of John Corporation(111,00000) Dollars. to be divided Thousand Into In 're Estate of R. Lohr. material, which shall be of the best Delivery al Sip Writer and *% .#
Fay against C. W. Brune. now pending on. hundred and fifty ;shares of the Notice Is hereby given to all whom gradeof old style tin (forty pound D"* ,
In the circuit court of the Seventh.Judicial parvalue of One Hundred Dollars It may concern that on the 41th day of coating) painted both sldea with beat cf f&e Ciy.t..oooo.o..ooooooo.; j'

circuit. In and for county.Florida ((1100) each, to be paid In cash.IV. shall apply to Hon grade of red roof paint, and underlaid Pato 4' C i E'l .
d.scrube4 lMulr
r.ieA..T'.J around the edge with It-Inch of ,
upon the following Judge of said c a strip .C .
property situated In Osoeolacounty. court ... fudge of probate for my final paper, remove old roof 'Phone 1 -; ; .t ; si.
term for which said
. of more particularly described Toe corpora.tion of R. Lohr.leceased. sheeting where
>Wats. Florida discharge aa administrator I.prtr ::
:::. as follows, to-wlt, : .shall exist shall be ninetynineyears. and that at the same time ." from yard make . J\
All fractional Motion one (1) all I will to said court my Anal repairs on the steeple as may b
I eleven V. present essary and connect all gutters perfect P. A Vans Agnew W. '
(10). B
fractional section ten administrator aald oa
a all section thirteenIS The business of the said corporation accounts as shape, anu guarantee roof not to M. TILLER -
and twelve (II); section fourteen shall be conducted by the following tate for their approvaL leak for a period of ten years. Boardreserves VANS AGNEW CRAWFORD 3ATTORNEYATLAW ' '
.) ( ); all fractional officers: . Dated January 1 A. D, 111. right to or reject I . ?
(14). fifteen and sixteen (lS>; the north' A president one er more ,vice-presi WILLIAM LOHR.s'mo or all bide.; a".pt any :! 'Real Estate Agency. I -. .' .
.'. east Quarter (N. B. 1-4) of thi northwest dents aboard of ,seven directors a __,,_ ____Administrator.OtTTHERIf For'/urthr Information see J . . $.
of N. W. t-4t. south
quarter (N. B. 1. cashier aissV-such other'officers and " cleric ll-4t ,< n esis eiee s>es>e eiee ea.sss ss>asai
.u..rtepIC..I of bOMPANrl: Offices: 3-4-6-4 Citizens Bank .j'
"' :. half of the northwest employee,as, the corporation may authorlse. . VTILtTIBI l'
\ N.,i W.:1-4). and south half of section ,. The board of directors may NotIce .14 hereby rlr n' that the annual ., I.; Ret bought and sold Building '-' 'cI&

r"' seventeen (B 1.I.otS.0. 17)'all In appoint subordinate-officers' and';enCoyeav >. meeting of the stockholders of .' ., I..,
.- township tw.ny.eIs (II) .ou b, range. wlthx such powers, duties and the Southern Utilities Company will beheld M'.I\w.YO N.'o ] :I, rented. - ,, 'a, C -t..f r -

.m .' thirty-one .
4.. leg to the United States savveys the er aa may be by the by-laws .ilmmee.1:Osoeola county:.' JTlorida. em
.'IIt;. ,H7 state.of Florida $., aer.s. situated not"laoonslstent: wltb) tb..' baaklng Tuesday.March llrd. 11 .. at 11 o'clock 'xbs'OM4'd 01.,. T.uMt. 5, a1flfl o&_ .
"'l ': In lOeeeola; county: Florida ,,ezoentln Iaw"1' *- -" ;"* .' noon., for the .laoU.n..t directors for duflh.To.lo.M1.qafly valuable'M '
I.a& r.s.rv.pghowever,i out .f. .the '< ;* ,!'-.N"vL.; .* . .. the e.suingyea.r5. and for the trane- General contain .i; Rrev.LifjMl .AcciWt. la- PalntlacZNTdUOB an4 Papsi'aai1ge ..
,ano...dseerWed preistfaes.4Wenacre (ft) .. ?ba-1 dIrec6rd.... \\rm elected v1l7'tJa. action ..f any and all bvslnes that way T 1 d* **" *; ,

st ,, ,+'Oak lake;;;-nowuse* anil ImproTed: aa a InCo AU other end employee Dated New .!-II. K,,.T. March tk. I ,> !a'aiPo.iI; .
banana plantation... shall be .leet.d aaata ll" by tll. board U tasTMeod aad " '
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: :i SClouDepartznent I.,The interstate transportation of cat westmht company is already clearing Wvyriaf**\ :
the debris of' the burned' Masonic
; into the above county Mentioned INTO PACKING FIRM away : .ww. ,..
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4 shall comply' with the regulation. of , .building, preparatoryto . "n' :
<':>. ' t .. . . ' < '" \ t > "" the United States department of agriculture promptly llal\ the structure. The '
d -NeW. ajid' ;;Notes of the "Wonder Qty" From,Our Own y t governing the Interstate purcha.Ed' ney vwill' be,twe- stories high ,J; RICHARDS has jlUt'onip1eted. another / '
CharleS Fre.. : the the first floor to be the .,
r'l' '''' / {transportation of cattle from the, area \: occupied by bungalow cottage ne.x001' toMr.
\ Special CorrespondentW 'v.>' quarantined ,on account of splenetic Interest.*)!,H. T. Bass In the Jt atm. Citizens* bank 'and mercantile establishments .. Ernest Johnson's housa.on Poet

fever. tree,Packing:: Company while the 'second floor'will ,street This is .for rent or. sale tar 1
r ? on Tuesday be.devoted to office and lodge the"' '..
By' Order'' of rooms a aasy:payments; same pay*
ti The Priscilla dub met Friday, be accompanied by his wif ., THE STATE BOARD of HEALTH, and together with his ,brother ,J. .B.Preratt room for the Knights of Pythias, Masons 1 Ing rent. ::Apply to J; Richards;: 403 ;

March 12, 'with Mrs. ''Fred Kenney been visiting relatives then: Joseph Y. Porter, wilt continue the business of and Woodmen. Pine street. "* '" : .13-2*

and Mrs. D. C. Bowers, at the home The Rev R. A. Carmine, State Health.Olflcer. the company as 'wholesale dealers In O'R
I FOR SALE TRADE for horse and $
of Mrs Bowers, on Indiana avenue superintendent of Jacksonville NOTICE. ,
A goodly number was in attendance trict, will preach at the fresh meats and manufacturers of Notice Is hereby given that 'a bill wagon one >Z, cy.: '+,< good
and after a short business session\ the church Friday evening of this "... LESS UNPAID TAXES bologna aaueage. Frankfort sausage, will b. Introduced before the neat l irUlatur condition,' good tires; ,JOo.tae" or '

r p i meeting was turned over to the hostesses 7 o'clock. Mrs. Carmine will hogshead cheese, etc the purport* of tb of. State of "Florida.. the Cityof for trade at once. ".A..M." ,', 'naiP. O.

for the social. "The Stunt"was the member and friends of Ibis firm has built-up quite a large Kl..lmme.. Florida. to provide for Box HI Klsslmmee: ; y .,7U.
,, a musical one; a few bars of music H. M. S. You will miss a treat IN OSCEOLA COUNTYThat wholesale business In this section the bulkheadlnir. -of Lake Tohoiwkallnwithin Kli-
limits of
were played and the name of the do not come to these meetings. i which la growing rapidly. They own Immee..the to deteJnUne of uldaMV A B method ofperforming WANTED-Orders for" cypress 'field .,
piece was to be guessed from what J. K. P. Ferrell and wife, of and operate their own refrigeratingplant nuth wkt M; and to a.*e.. boxes Prices right Oscoela, ,Lam- ,
was played Mrs Mary Johnson won ville, 0., arrived Friday i and are equipped with all the benefit* and damaid against propertynlrerled her A Furniture Co). 2 -tf
aald work.
a first prize, a beautiful picture; Mrs. I spend a few days at the Wonder I there is a smaller percentageof up-to-date machinery necessary U-9t H. R. MAY Mayor. - r. \,
t Belle Cather won the consolation I I They are favorably impressed 1 unpaid taxes in Osceola county than i DWELLINGS for rent, opply. to:1C. f ,
in the state
in other
county was -- --- -
refreshments Cloud and will probably return Tiller. f I '
Dainty were I :
made this week C.
l1 served statement by W. .
alter which the club I fall.
cd to ,meet In two weeks I\djourn-I I Mr. and Mrs. L. Q Bowers, of Foster, of Chicago, who is head of a TRAWBERKY PLANTS- Send $2.50 + \

,"', Harry GOBS i coosee, spent Sunday at St. big tax investment certificates company all over which the United buysup MERCHANTS HOTEL for 1000. Cabbage plants at $1,60. 1
A party was given-on B A. Dunn and wife, who Peach, plum, pear and cherry tree ,'"
evening, March 10, at thehome_ of I I been spending the winter here, States. of I KUHOI-KAf PLAN at 10 to 15 cents each. John Li bt-
find that
4' Mrs. IJ.eRsielaniellO\ in honor of Mrs I Tuesday for their home at "I most your people NKttl.Y Flit ''IIKI). TIlOIUH'lau..Y' MOntCICV. foot, E. Chattanooga. Tenn. 48-tf n rI
here think ho much of their property
t Mary Geshford, whose birthday it was I (fan, 111.Henry. that they look after the payment of 'OJlIIJar l )In price, centrally located In the shopping and theater '
iV The evening was pleasantly spent with / Koscamp. of O.Iasxford I taxes," said Mr. Foster. "Your tax tllHt rlcI. I FOR SALE-Eight small farms; here ;
k games and music Among the invited who has been) i-|" riding a part IfOHIII .ltl\ A t'itla1 E11'IA I. I1OTICI ,
books (.now a greater percentage of is your chance. The owner of the
<'its were Mr. and Mrs Fenimore, winter at I fort (OjrdiMi) returned .
p-u I's 'paid 1 than almost any other sec] with nil rimMnl"'nc< for tin comfort of the traveling public. Liberty Park subdivision lying/ '
Rev. and Mrs Northrup, Mr and Mrs (loud Friday to spend several t
i of I Florida. I close to Kissimmee authorizes
tt tion I.An".I1.le. .liT HA MI'IK IIOOMt WITllOtT' KXIItA <'OMT.HnltH us
A. B Daniels, Mr and Mrs C J. W'I with his friends, Mr. and! Mrs.
Mr Foster was not talking to Jell eight 6-a dre tracts to persons M
I Daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Gess- Johnson TIc to $2.110. SPECIAL \& KKK.., .l IIATE.
t publication and when he learned that who will improve them, at $40
i A ."1 ford, Mrs Meatyard, Mrs K- rn Mrs I'':. K Hoop 's and 1 sister, him'' '
had heard
a Valley Gu/ette man TAMPA FLORIDA per acre; $20 down, balance in five'
Cisne and daughter, Ruth and Helen Smith of ,
Jennie Jersey avenue
he was reticent, but finally years. This Is your chance to geta
v and Mr. Bingman. After dainty refreshments tumid after several da> s" visit I be said about KHANKI.I'V and ASIIIMC.TOM HTS. of
c sonr'lhinjr might piece splendid land at a price
were served, all departed, i Mr. and Mrs John the COl1V"rsatiosince it was of a nature which will probably never be known +,' '
wishing Mrs (Jessford many happy I Nlln'oollee. that could not but Osceola again so near the city. Close to .;
ret( :-ns of the day. Oliver Tucker and daughter, county people feel pr ad of themselves the. Orlando road. H. M. Breaker +
. Mr. and Mrs r Bartlett and daughter of Beverly, 0., arrived last & Co. 12-8t-pd
who hav i been spending sometime day to spend a few weeks at St. Mr. osier spent a day looking after YA

at the New England house, left They are favorably impressed business interests and said that 'IOSI..ola FOR RENT-8-room residence, fur l

Wednesday evening for their home in our city and will return next county and Kissimmee seemedto nished. $15; 6-room $10; (-room, ; '
5A New York. Mrs. Ida Barber and Mrs. be prospering despite the talk of $9. E. E. Wells, real.! estate and Insurance.
Mrs. Frank Simpson, of Narcoosee, Hair, who have spent the- winter depression and war. I The Sanitary Market 202 Broadway. y u
A s '1' Wall a St. Cloud caller Monday. left Wednesday morning for He had been making a tour of Flor- -

,. ? Mr and Mrs W. Hotchl.iss, of home at Sabmesville, Pa. ida and in speaking of the state as a FOR TRADE-New $88 vertical feed ;

floe-1 Mr. and Mrs. George Rexford, whole remarked that "Florida is a Formerly the Parlor Market sewing machine, *or lire stock j,

Games, Pa.; Miss Ann Ackley great country and with such a prog- I poultry farming, Implements. 8.
homes. Mrs. Della Tremont, of Westfield ressive people as you have she cannot W. Downing.. 7-U
Billy Makinson and Eugene Brown who have passed a pleasant fail to grow into an even greater C
k : .c; motored to St. Cloud Tuesday "
here, left Thursday morning country. FOR RENT OR SALE -Twe-atory
MJBB Marie O'Berry, of Kissimmee, to return next winter.
was a guert of Mrs. Mosher's lat pect The Wloman's/ Improvement with'i All accounts and bills made with the Parlor Market prior to store building on Brack Stanf.rJ North. tr .
Kissimmee. H. C t0-tf
d Friday night She came over to attend I I' at 2 p. m., with the president U. S. LAUNCHES THE January 1, 1915, have nothing whatever to do with the present
I shed mice at the N@wSf.Cloud I'i Ethel Thompson, in the chair. Sanitary Market
hotel, 'eturninx! to her borne next utes of last meeting read and FOR SALE OR TRADE-A five-pas

j morning proved Mr. Colep resented the BIGGEST WARSHIP We are not responsible for any statement of accounts prior to senger Overland- car. Paul McKee ,
{ Miss Belle Cather, of Peoria Ill., ing committee for the club that time. 11-tf
who has been spending the winter
i for the building fund. After the ,
with her brother, Mr. Johnson and -- I
; ness session current events were I of these bills for before FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE for "
family, left Wednesday to spend a''' Newport News The United States am not sending out any accounts
: I and were very interesting as 1.THE. property close in town, five acres of ; .'
week at Tampa and St. Petersburg instructive. Mrs Hendnck battleship Pennsylvania, the greatest January
f Mrs L. Urban May, of Tampa, I fine lecture on Norway. Miss afloat, was successfully launched this I land one-half In cultivation baJ.neegood b
| all under land
timber fence:
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came Monday evening to spend a few "It Was For MP" She week. The exercises were impres- '
with 'her Rev. and Mrs. siv. suitable for.trucklnc or fruit grow
days parents
''g W. L. Hackett. lovely voice. Duet by Mrs Baker I' Miss Elizabeth( Kolb, daughter of ing. Six-room house, plastered arid ,
Mrs. BuCkmaster the
1 on piano work stained; deep well; good barn;
Mr. and Mrs Charles Emmett, who banjo, which was beautifully Louis J. Kolb, of Philadelphia, christened -
have spent some time here, left Tuesday Mr. Barnes the big ship, and thousands of two outhouses and three chicken '
sang a funny song SANITARY MARKET houses one mile from depot price o,
morning for Cincinnati, O titled "Sauerkraut" and for .. tiny American flags were waved when ; cI
c d Mr. and Mrs William Verinder, who the vessel stalled down the slippery $2,000; terms. Apply to owner, LI s
t sang a patriotic song Miss M. P. Butler.FOUNDOIt. "
have spent the winter with Mrs Ways. GOOD.WIN. Proprietor 4l
sang "No One Knows. While
' Nighswonger, started Monday morning The Pennsylvania will be manned CALL PHONE 44 I
enjoyed our Miss Edith sidewalk at noon enJ..- -
] 1 & for their home at East Orange recited "My White Rose" Mr bv Rtxt} -five officers. and a crew of Wednesday close to postofflce, Ohe ,

: (, New Jersey. served punch and cake to the IHiO enlisted men. The monster bat- small Owner
t alligator
+ purse.
John J. Johnston was a caller! att' tleship, of course, still lacks her great .
A rising vote of thanks was recover same at Valley Gazette office
; y, s i Kissimmee- on Tuesday. I him for his kmdess Meeting [ turrets and guns, but she was wreathI I ,'by describing contents and paying 1
ed in flairs and bunting and made ,
Mrs. M. A. Jordon, Mrs. Fanny journed until March 21. I a for this ad.
Allen, Mrs. J. C. Edgar and DrCntchley noble show Work on her will be e +

1.i 1, ., who .are the .wm- hurried that she may take her placein
} ,. ter at Camp Cas sending came inc the battle line of the fleet. FOR SALE-A: Reo touring car, 22 h. i

'+ a k I, Thursday evening to visit with friends QUARANTINE IS ON p.; excellent condition. Four new

+ a, at St. Cloud was a few days. ReductionOn tires. Price $150. W. A. MeCool. ;

.In t k evening The Zimmer from sisters their musical returned engage Friday AGAINST DADE CONTEST GROWING ININTEREST Jr. 12tiFOR .

.. t ment. They hare been on a two SALE-Full-blooded silver laces
'ta 7 week's tour of the .outhern part of EVERY DAY' Wyandotte $1.00 setting.S. .
The state board of health has ... eggs;; per .
,r the state. Their many friends are All Ladles' and Children'snigh.Shoes T. Fansler, R. F.,D. T,
$? ,r ) glad to have them here again, if only. the following, statement in i
t time. the quarantine against Dade :
otA Demonstration Agent B. E.Evans where splenetic fever is said to The Merchants' Popularity contest, LOST--Wednesday? March' 8..'at' city's
will hold a group meeting in among the cattle: i since it was taken over by the Men I dock or. on west aide of Southport I II
t. the grove east of Ashton, Monday The fact has been determined chant's committee and placed under I grove one russet colored leather, i *>,

March 22.' 'He will begin his demon. contagious and infectious the management of Miss Marion L&--' Special redaction on 75 pairs of Ladies' 'pocketbook, bearing the name.of T. "

....strations and lecture. in the Hastings cattle, known as splenetic, ty,'has grown in interest every day. M.. Brannan,-Cqlumbus, Ohio. Finder .', .
'" grove. You are cordially invited to or Texas fever which is : All of the contestants and their Tall Boots; former prices returning it to the Valley Gazette '

l;} : be on hand and If you are not you by the cattle lever tick I friends are active In the race and $4.00 and $5.00; will be liberally! rewarded 12-2tpd -
t ought to be, especially if interested annulatus, exists among cattle the \list of votes this week shows a Si 2. QA r
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slight extent in Dade I few changes in the standing as a now ----- --- r
4 in citrus fru I ta. The demonstration. county,
SALE-Excelleftt. second-hand +
Now therefore result. SPECIAL 200 Children's! Yow and High Shoe. aU 1olon.: .
I t
', i' t ; are free, but are worth a lot to you. , Joseph Y ; piano in good condition; bargain for i
t Attend this demonstration and learn state health officer of the llta Attention is called to the large ad- Sold from $1.25 to $2.50; cash. Call at 321 Verona street y
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y ,' ' a few things you do not know. Florida. by authority of chapter of the contest in an- now _____________________________________ 98 12-ltpd ; r?
acts of 1899, and chapter 6434, column, in which a special offer .
Mr and Mr. Cash who have spent Other Value.
x 14, authorizing the two w-eeks made. This offer
Tuesday control is is FOR SALE-Ten room boarding and N
time here left to spend
F some time at Jacksonville.We sion, and eradication of contagious which should prove a great help I Don't fail to take advantage of these Bargains. rooming house, corner 'Broadway ; 4s

A some are sorry to learn that L. W. infectious disease of livestock, only to the contestants but to the We Give Coupons.DUTTONHARRIS and Brack street Would trade for

g Farris, who is one of our hereby quarantine Dade county, } themselves I smaller property; two lots and good ,?
ida, against the spread of this
business had the misfortune to barn. Would exchange for small '
"' hurt his hand while placing chains in I ease, and public notice is given Washington W. Seigler post SHOE CO. improved farm.' W. M. River 8-tf ;. ,
cordingly.All @ at Holt, Santa Rosa ;""
the G. A. R. ball. Mr. Farris is suffering '
FOR SALE:-Several nice Jersey t;
mtrastate movements of has been removed and young y
c , .t much pain and i I. confined to from or into the county mentioned Fisher has, just been countY'1 cows Just: fresh. 8. W.Down- r'ing ;
his serious bed, though the hurt is not of a prohibited except in acocrdance him. Phone 241-Li ,,-tf i'mil

., nature. '
a I Mrs./ J. J. Wills and Mrs. Henry '.
eta ti+4 and her little daughter left Saturday "' '

morning to spend a few weeks with III"'>... .

r her son, who reside at Lakeland. .
c A party of friends, including Comrade "t.,J'I 'f
4. ii, J. H. Davis returned Thursday '.,, .

'* f ., evening from their camp at AJligator V or f ," ..
': 1r lake. The result of the expeditions c.'f"

k the. capture of half a tub of. Catfish T. ,i'!......;-..,,14R )

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f., 't Mr. 'W. Heaton, who has been a > ') ,'I :','

t' i constant winter victor at our city, returned > : ;
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Saturday after spending sev- / ; "
,, "e' &+ aral months at Bradentown. llJitt (' iI
i t Senator Donegan was a guest at y:1 ft,
the New St. Cloud Friday and Saturday ,. _J \.1.

? : last The senator attended the / .{

7j ( y dance at the hotel Friday evening. JBrown and ,'<.t. "f, $,rI'
Senator Donegan is getting his business >\ '
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*! affairs in shape so he can give ,. \ 0{ l'.JA, \
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x his I entire tim. to his duties in the 'I p "
1g : coming session 'of the state legislature. Asia Orchestra li ,-:;: :

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vT. + John Kenyon and Thomas Walsh,

'" who have spent the winter here, a. p ,. :Lie' '
''hjrfi ',,, # guests of the New St. Cloud hotel, left 'p1a.ling at (the :

'Itt, <' s, Monday for their home at Providence, j /tt< I"<'J ....'
{ :R. I. They expect to return next \; \ ,

+.' V a winter. I methodist Church tJ7WVIFIj.L 't i Pf
i J. T. McMurray, of Indianapolis, y
P Ind* who baa been spending the winter I >
,it' at Orlando,'was in St. Cloud last' .' l. .:
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.;week visiting his, old friends, J. F. Tonight .... .,.I'j'' :;
( Farris and family. From here be <7 '"'- t' ,p *, "
.::. ,i' 'went to Tampa, Key West and other ::: .
r points in Florida. e.Ildmi88ion,' :

'\-i.\1 t' t- a!, : :JE. F. Bolles. of Chatfleld. Minn., U 09_ y'i' /{

,.I'', .f ;'f, Spending a tour a few',o.* .the days. southern. part making of 25 and 50 Gents .1\-\: .' J

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ill, = 'the' state'
; f,, 'H,, Fairbanks 'of, Chatfleld, Minn., ..
:'is a guest of the St. Cloud for a fewreturned

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