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 26, 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: VID00691
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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., Representative Wants to Over $4600 is Raised in .of Boosters Other for Public City Improvements.Kissimmee Together With. Many. ill C,,Stanford' Offers Idea stery.Shrouds'D:. ath' '.f f', ,

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Get Pe Advice 15 MinutesMEMBERS --- I to Council' iM' SoMilf li rN / ,
pie's will have an oldfashioned or three had Coffered to give steers for City r
barbecue celebration for the Fourthof the barbecue and that he had assurances '
July. of support from all sides.
o WILL SUPPORT THE STANDARD RESPOND LOYALLYTO The fourth falls on Sunday this "Why," he said, "..,ven if we had a WOULD DIG NEW DITCH AT COST BODY OF' W. 'T.'TUAYERI' ;)lISINGTWO'D -
year, but the celebration will be held barbecue that cost us $25 each to finance -
FIELD either on Saturday previous or upon it would pay us back manyfold. OF NOT MORE THAN $L 00 TO POUND ( :
much was decided at an enthusiastic meeting by storm with the result .;
OF BANK DEPOSITS ARRANGED THE TOTAL IN SHORT SPACE meeting of the board of that by a unanimous vote the barbe-l CYPRESS LOWLANDS. IN THE. KISSIMMEE.AUTHORrnES'TO'

LL BY STATE SOLONS.tre" OF''TIME. trade held last night at the city halt cue plan wa adopted and NORTHERN PART OF CITY. 'MAKE 'RIGID:PROBE.: ? L
--- The movement was started by President Stanford agreed to appoint a committee I, '
Representative N. C. Bryan, who That "hard time" and war scareshave H. C. Stanford who stepped at once to begin work on the When the city council meet*i for Strangely;missing for two' day, VT;-
T. old
down from the chair to take the floor detail Thayer. seventy' years wall
will his first term in the Florida not affected Kisslmmee so muchas I its April cession, IL C. Stanford '
4ti president found dead In enclosed. Held
other sections of the while C. E. Yowell, at his request took Fair Day Plan. I an, swar.
its session country was of the board of will offera
legislature at beginning trade
y, Nat Portor .the-colored ,
it this which
the chair. Mr. Stanford's speech was But wa not only plan hall ace
next month, thinks that there shouldbe when forcibly proven last Sunday morning an enhtuslastic one. He declared thatit was advanced for the bringing of 1 plan of drainage for the northern tlon 'of ,West''Kisslmmee, last nlsrht.; err' s
some change In Kisstmmee' char a short space of fifteen was time for Kissimmee to wake up people to Kissimmee. H. A.Hunter: section of the city, which it appears The was found by a negro-Wil
ter. lie has no plan formulated for minutes between ".600 and ",'100 with something of this kind given in who was present, spoke at length and;{ will likely be adopted.A lie Griffin, who reported' the .'-find' ",
the changes, but asks the citicens to was pledged to be paid upon the indebtedness number of the councilmen have .
the old-time style. He said that other: interestingly upon the "Fair Days" about 11 o'clock to City Marshal .Ty .
,, give him suggestion before he leaves of the Methodist church cities in this section of the state have: which are so popular and common in already considered the plan and it Is son and Sheriff H.'Ingram.." .', v .I
for Tallahassee. for its handsome new edlflce.Kie given Fourth of July celebration in' Canada and in Ireland. He painted a aid that they favor its adoption. Thayer came her from\$ '''110... '" '
Upon one item he has definite ideas Rev. S. W. Lawler' is knownas the past few years, while Kissimmee pretty picture of farmers and ranch- A* the drainage i* now arranged In Spring Valley,' Mlmw : several .
and that is that the police department a'it eloquent speaker but his eloquence did nothing. He said that already two (Continued on Page Twelve.) the overflow from the big cypress month ago and had''been, ;spending ,
should be taken out of politics. He wal-her felt to a more material t' swamp north of the city rushes into the winter at the ,, home',,-of' Mr. 1$
think that the office' of marshal and advantage than when he made ---------------------- ----- ------ - - - - - - - -- -- - the ditch which runs through the cityin Wheeler on Church 'street.; Hewasa
i '; tax collector should be separated and his plea Sunday morning for fundsto such a way as to cause the water veteran of the Civil war.. being a.
II.\ ; that the marshal should be appointed liquidate the church Indebtedness.No COMMITTEE OFF TO PROF. EVANS PLAYS to back up and the ditch become. of member.of the O. A. R.*. -,
instead of elected by the people direct. sooner had he completed his little or no value. He .left his. room about'' '9 o'clock" \. jWednesday
I f, ..."Kissimmee" he said "has outgroTm address than pledges began to come It is Mr. Stanford's plan to dig a aftemoon'and wa in apparently .'
/, its present charter and should In at a lively rate. tAnd they did not ditch from the swamp across the good health. When hedid ?
"'Ii: liave t. new one on more up-to-date come In small amounts either, for ATTEND PRESS MEET FIREMAN ON HOME county road to a point between the not return for the evening'meal., he. y p
]neeL I have not formulated any among the figures named was one for roadway and the railroad,, thus car was supposed to''have gone to the,, ,
plans myself, but would be glad tohave $1,600, one for l,00Jand( several rying the water of the swamp off in apartment>> of Mr and Mrs. O.' C. MsClary y
... any suggestions offered others tor $400 and $500. KISSIMMEE DELEGATION OFF PRINCIPAL OF SCHOOL HOLDS another direction and giving the main ,, who" also come from-Sprinr'
1:7;: constituents. I.m firmly convinced ,!' ft would have done the soul of the TO LANb CONVENTION OF DOWN THE BLAZE WITH GAR- drainage ditch an opportunity!, to.. 1 dO V.ue"t'and with whom he had planned ,
upon one point however, and that is calamity howler Incalculable good to NEWSPAPERMEN FOR 116 AT DEN HOSE UNTIL THE FIRE its work for other sections '1" to return horn on'Thursday. .- Wbn
that the police department should betaken have heard the response which greeted The work of digging this ditchcoped he did not return that night the authorities ., ?
s out of politic. The offices of the Jlev. Lawler's appeal THE SESSION NOW BEING DEPARTMENT ARRIVES-TilE be accomplished at a cost, of were notified ", and learned' \ij ;;
'" tax collector and marshal should be There Is something like $9.000 Indebtedness HELD IN MIAMI.Confidentthat DAMAGE SMALL. not to exceed $1,600, it 1* said..and thatbe had.not been at'tha apartment ,.. '
eeparated" the marshal should be. upon the Church which Is would furnish employment for quite .o the McClary'a.y< --my,. .
, appointed rather than elected." costing 10 per cent Interest. With they will bring \Jack '': k. R. N. Evan, principal of the a number of men at a Urn'"when-they ,UU i*...t M0.In t=.' !
I intend," he continued, "to support the fund tweed Sunday It will be with ,ithem.the approval of the State Kissimmee'school' *, proved himself ian need it most. \ ; 'cash and a return ticket-to .Spring,'i.-4 t/l, ,
th.'bUI.for-a. standard field box for possible to cat ,thIs amount down Press association for the 1916 con- amateur firejnan or no mean ability If the council approve the plan. it Valley wa found ..."hi*. room'and kits, ..
citrus fruit In fact I believe I was within the $5.000 limit fixed by the vention held here, a committeeof about 1 roof Thursday morning i* likely that work will begin at once effects bad been packed .
Church Extension: : Fund, provided by Kissimmee citizens left this week when the his residence at the .o that the ditch will-be ready to accomplish ready for the Journey home. A eeareh" .\ t
legislation the church as a whole from which to attend the meeting of newspapermen cdrner of Bryan street and Beaumont Its purpose when the,rainy wa Immedla I for him. l"* 4 .
Griffin, of Orlando, ha, taken it up money may be secured at four per at Miami. av 1 mean to support his bill when it cent. It Is likely, when the sums Leaving Wednesday were Mr. and Returning home from her work asa r Ju I' hal, together with many citizens, toefc
f come up in the legislature. pledged Sunday are collected that Mrs. W. B. Harris. OirfThursday C. trained nurse shortly after the mid- part. U wa learned that a man aV' Itawenne '
., "! have just received a copy of a the church will take up its entire In- Ff Johnson, J. W. Thompson and W. night hour Miss Evan, a''slater of CITY ,ELECTION'TO' his description had been, sMi1walking !.
till;'which'the state-game warden.intends debtedness and place m new loan,with J. Sear left for Miami.It _. the professor, found theroof'ablaze ... along the Midland ralbjaaaV y"
: to introduce at.the ,session of the Church Extension: : Fund. is reasonably'. 'certain .from the and awakened hey brother who fought but no' further 'trace of, him iC' *M.m.. r '
+ 'the legislature on the subject of fishIng. This Is good news for the Methodists expression of, a.I large, number, of the. flame with a garden hose until BE HELD TOMORROWThe found. astr ; a-- .Ir
., .- I haven't given It much thought but It,Is'likewise good new for newspaper of the state'that the a*. the fire department arrived. IIi. work When hi* body wa* found '

yet,',but it''appean'on the surface exerybodr In Kisslmmee and Osceola oclatiori will elect Klcsimmee for prevented the fire from spreading and ,.. ,, Marsh.l'rTyson. left the alt ., ','i
$ 'that this bill would practically put the county for it evidences the fact that the 1916 meeting ''Miami-made-.big when the fire laddie arrived they were J> , Wan A. E. Coleman. and .. '
r) fishing: business out of the running, time. are not so hard after all whena preparations for the entertainment of able to put out the fire with ease. formality of a city election will guard,during' the night'hours.p-;'
and unless there is some point that I community or better still one or- the visitors. The meeting began yes- The''flames, which are supposed to be held tomorrow to place the stampof morning a coroner* "**.
#' do not now see in it, I shall oppose ganization of people in a community teray and continues for three days. have started from a defective flue, did approval upon the candidate named 1. oiled by :Sheriff Ingram &nel"vi.w84': ;, M
t this bfll." can raise an amount of this kind The selection of a meeting place for only small damage to the house. at the recent democratic primary.I the body.'It was then takenAto. ;th*. iJ.
' Speaking of a bill for a state guaranty within fifteen minutes next year will be made Saturday. The men to be voted upon have no undertaking' establishment of hJ.AWV
of bank deposits Mr. Bryan said: opposition and are a* follow: Thompson,' where"the i coroner'' iurjr- ? i -
t BROWN ORCHESTRA For Mayor-H.. R. M.y.For met. No mark-of violent could bi'w.. ;'v
"I am Inclined to believe that there FLOYD CHASES NEGRO found the body except a slight: >'' >.
should be state provision made for the GUY G. HARMAN TO -clerl -J. R. Gilbert. -
scratch between *
For Trea.urer--J. Z. Roberson. the nose and riglri f wieve. .
and I
guaranty of bank deposits ex- For Marshal) and Tax Collector HI.. clothing wa pulledvp sd..:. :-.
s pect to to that give support to a bill looking COME TO KISSIMMEEGuy WHO STOLE KNIFEDon't Ii I GIVES A RECITAL G.-W. Overstreet. if he might have' beed'dragged'' and M ..' < !>/o'I '
JJ statelegislator I i For Members of City'' Council for thrown into .th. field "This is first term as a '
Two Year*-W W. Carson J. W. found. In order to determine whether ; -' :I; .
'1 and I want my constituents |I Quite number of th; music loversof or not he met with foul playa a thC) +rough <
r knife to D. N. the Thompson and J. D. Woodbeck.
,$d' to. give me their counsel as to what say Kissimmee '
I Guy C. Harman of Fayette 0., will enter- post-mortem examination will be
election been
Official for the have
,' they think is needed for Osceola locate in Kissimmee genial clerk at the W. B. Makinson tained at the Methodist church last .
I t') '" soon permanently. named a* follow: II., N. Bratton, made by physicians. ": -.f. -:',
: -"I; county Writing to renew his subscription to store. Friday night when R. DeWitt Brown E. G>Van Agnew, and J. W. Lilley, He wa lying face down when found .to. .II ,I
the Valley Gazette, he says: Please That is if you don't want to have and his orchestra rendered a delightful inspectors; J. W,> Pl'Ctntia. clerk.. and the scratch might 'hav*. .been'' ..
mail me Gazette beginning with trouble hands.It program. The selections were especially caused by a fall; c' ?' -1 :*C ".. _,-
J E LUPFER NAMED on your -' --
; March 18 issue to my address at well chosen and exquisitely1 ren- Mr. and Mrs'McClaryrwho; knew .
> above. I have been entirely .lost since was like this.A I dered.' The program was as follows: EXPERT Mr. Thayer,,well, and i with whom "'i fM1r '1
?'i' walked into the store last "Made in U. S. A. march J. San- GOVERNMENT .
expiration of'my subscription in Sep- negro waiTlo return .home.stated thatsh,
'AS YOUNG TRUSTEE tember 1914. Saturday night and asked to see some tos."The was In good health and had, not,. been 'r if.,...'i
f "We are going to be in Kissimmeesome I knives. him the stockof Golden Scepter," overture, R. 'GROVES subject to any heart trouble-"He were
I ,"l"; ... I time during the next few! knives, pacing about four on the Schlepegrell. "Cavaluta1/> --It' TO VISIT when he left>hi ii room.a ,watch'and. ""
t I months; there to finally make our counter. In the meantime the Violin solo, ; Mr.; chain and had a small aunt of moneyt.
.i4 )(tAs a ;resultof a bearIng of the negro fIn
crcredltori home after five years of disappointments decided he wanted other article Brown. hi.* pocket.The, watch and money'
k,, 'merchant of at Whittier Randolph held general durIDg'.U1enatter' -)'1 in that direction." and when Floyd turned some to get down Selections from the opera "Martha W. W. Youthen, of Orlando,'representing were missing when .his --body waa'a'i i
F. Flotow.
I the stock, th4negro disappeared out the United States bureau of found.'r ,
1' part of ant week be- Violin triot."B.U.ta," Papini; Messers Mr. and'Mrs. McClar'iiredtoday''* \t.
the door and -there- were only three entomology, wa here last Friday, conferring
t fore T. Ili Bhack'eford. Jr., as referee CLUB MEMBERS TO knives-left on-the counter.' Brown Rogero and Mrs. Bullock. -witt 'B.' .,.Evans, demonstration to his 'son-in-law. Archie Norri r-of r
# *.1:ID/Lupf was named trustee .. . "Guard Mount Patrol" R. Ellen- agent for ,Osceola county Together Spring Vallve, Minn., and .will''await '):r ,
of'the business. Eugene Bryan, C. E. -- Away flew the negro and after. him berg; (a) "Serenade,"' R- Dri'goJ (b) they visited several grove lathe word from him 'a. to,the disposition' ,,'
i $.Towel( and H..N. Bratton were nam- HOLD. ANNUAL MEETThe went Floyd. It-was a merry chase" "Serenade d'Armour, F. von Blon. county: ,, of the body. It 1* likely that the body I
d'at; >pralsere. with Floyd crying out: "Stop thief. "Hungarian Dance," Joh Brahma. Work will be' started soon by Mr.Youthen will be sent"to .,.'for.bu.
.IA- ,Attorneys McNeil and Strum of The negro escaped and that' why "Chanson san Paroles" P. Tschaikowsky. 'at' Edgewater and probably rial. :H* leave a': large family ,of r.f: '
, ,V Jacksonville- and Attorney W. B. annual meeting of the Kissimmee it'* dangerous to say. "knife" to Mr. i In the two grove*' neat Campbell, children, 111.wife having died .."am--' r
', "; P YCr.wforcL of'; Kissimmeeappeared Club will be held at the- Floyd. "Cossack Revels," I. Tschakoff.: where he will spray'for-scale, '''white hereofyean ago. i Three daughter', .y. .I I'
.: ''. .for'the,creditors while Judge George Kissimmee company Golf and fly etc.' and a *on live In Spring..Valley.- Two' i i", 1
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? "" S!.. Parker repTeeente4Mr.Young. MarchSO at 6:30 p.'m.' All membersare ........ .. ......... .. .. ........ ......... .. ....... ... sons are In California. and a,,daughter'C
I. J" .The ahring of H. E. Cole bankruptcyicase ,attend r in Washington state. . ,:: :
urged' to 'and all '
r ,' wa also held beforealleferee'.Shacklefordand to are requested SOUTHERN: UTILITIES ,The coroner'-Jury"wa: *; to meet
"r R. Lee Jart will be arranged come.arlyfordinfer.which; forthat evening Kissimmee To Get 1916 ; again this afternoon to render-a verydicta
ci"UJWM iiam3d >* trustee.MAYOR Th Jury 1* composed of W.:I.
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. : .j 4'I,. ..... ,.'. . .- i* to be held fpreeectillg the business CO. 'HOLDS MEETINGThe Stoat Frask' E.. L..,.; Griffin J&and. 'Breaker JsmetTESTIMONY !

t t;> MAY WOULD meeting.. '_ 'c Press Association Meet . . .. 'It .. .>- .. Griffin.BassiJoe; ". '"' ' tf' '<

: ; ';LJHAYE' CARS; PARKED J CITRUS.GROWERS.., IN Miami Fla. March 25' Utilities company stockholder'of Florida''the Southern- largest t' TAKEN' ', : f _jr;
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.1 ,' '. .I \ ,,, : ,;: ., : :MEETING; AT ASHTON '. Kiaaimmee Valley Gazette of ing$her 10.000.000.l\eld at the office their of annual Van*..Agnewft meet ,HERE. <.; ;IN,. 'R. R., EIK', ;

5 ': (>."<'i yorkDdayr'hiil'i: plan to bring I. ''J '- "k Kiaaimmee Fla. Crawford Tuesday. ,. .*._:. '< : fl ': ,
.,. ,< '.* before the 'city' require au- I ,ty* r '. -! Directors elected Were 'air follows: 'tea. SandersoncommereiaF acent. ol''' .
+ ',toroobfte gwners-to.park-thels:ears I*.,B.'-E. Evans;.county demonstration Membera C of the Press Aaaooiationpraotiba.lly Frank.Battle., of Philadelphia/ ; H. B. th*''Mobil* ".ft Ohio railroad, whoee. j
;r f .on ,aide.;.treata'!and not- .allow:them :agent held'a.field,meeting with:citrus Dubois;;,J. u.: Pardeel s.: L.; Selden. headquarter are .la Jacksonville ...' r
'" .;..ito' 'stand on. Broadway u is how the 'lTOwen'In the vtdnityVof'iAshton"orMonday.'Some unanimoua for Kiaaimmee aia> t't'r Edward tel' Worrell, hereithe.Uttor.part.of last week to
'1'J{1 v>4 :'practice ofgre.Cntan3;= :1 l- :- i ': / twenty- vei :- ; ',.." ', ." : ..:'1" ,. J. D?,White, J. G..White, of New York attend a hearing Of testimony fa) the fj,
'!fi. 1; Mayor K..aaid this week'that he i grower were present: and Mr,?Evan next< meeting ,plaoe .Vote\.t.aken City C. L Day and P. A.Van Agnew, ca ;of. : .tlo'Fieb. A 1 On'l'
!; Relieved tthU.plan would.1*;Ja great :explained to.them. the.dill rent'disease ; of JaekeonvUl, and Wf.B.'Crawford, vs. : the M. ft O. aad Atlantic> \ ."'"
;!t'.,, 'g!:help to traffic on Broadway and would and Ins.etsw attack citrus ; 'Saturda7 ,afiami ,entertained: :.royally.:' : of .KLdmmee'; ;,r f \, raUroaaV rbW.wa bid. .'> '
"b. ar cocnreoience'to' ear ownen"rather i u..*.' together with the treatment '.1- IV' '. ,- f "', ": 'i" ) /.The director*'?:will:hold a, meeting J... .. '( .' .
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UNION .0..00000000.0000..1 BrsMMcatloit of yield Pests
TO WOMAN'S TEMPERANCE t : pupils t Directions Given.ter : J

; I next convention fort South-Cen mae Public 'school have not been absent r :
I tral district meets in Kitsimmee. or tardy during the month end- 1- In a recent press bulletin, in' discussing I days. The female laysabout three

j The slxtb: annual convention of the fornia. Florida Georgia, Illinos, The state union year end statlitl- Ing: March 15, 1916, have made an I the ,(melon-worm and pickle-worm>> 'hundred eggs.. In three weeks these 1' ,
seventh District. Osc.ola'and Polk I I Iowa, Kentucky Michigan. Missouri tally April I, eo we have not much average of 90 per cent or more, -in I J. R. Watson ot- the University of I eggs will hatch and crow into many '
time "to make while the
: hay
; bounties, }'Ior...., of the Womans' Nebraska New York Ohio Oklahoma more shinei." their studies, with not less than 85 : Florida Agricultural Experiment sta- scores of worm to attack the fruit.
t t Obrletlan Temperance Union was and Pennsylvan'a.Committees un per cent in any subject, and not ]less tion, says these two insects do much I The easiest and most successful : \;
Going to Jacksonville April 16-18, a1
J' d4, held.In Klssimmee, Thursday March were appointed as follows to state.: convention? If you do not than 90 per cent in deportment. damage In Florida. Each of them at- : remedy for both of these worms is a '
First Grade B Division Julian I
/ i.*. 1916.I : will certain miss something: worthwhile -acic gourds, squashes, cantaloupes, trap crop. For this purpose one
I Thursday was an Ideal day and Resolutions and Courtesies-Mrs. you even personal sacrifice of time Graham Serafina Flnnachlaro Elmer cucumbers and (rarely) watermelon should plant for each five to ten rows '(
Y the early morning trains broug' t In Martha Duncan and Mrs. J. W. Tur and railroad fare Don't forget the Hultquist, Edith Floyd Georgia Free- The pickle worm is the more com- of cucumbers of cantaloupes one row
' J twenty-five or more delegates and ner. I date. man, Bettie May Snyder Mary Scott mon of the two. It never feeds on of early summer or crooked-neck 7
", ) visiting members wearing tbelr Press--Mrs. A. K. Harris and "What a Traveler Sees in China,"' i ia Sarah Rexford. Birdie Rogero. Julie the leaves, but bores into the buds squash The large'blossoms and leaves "
Ledbetter Rosella Carroll
,f badges made of white satin ribbon Mrs. W. B. Wltber poon. I the subject for junior meetings next Cooper, blossoms, stems and leaf-stalks, as and the tender fruits of this plant ;,
Makinson Marion Scott Sarah
r t a with gilt letters with the names oft Subscriptions Cora Boyer, I Sunday. Let us think of our friends, Ellen Coleman., Duke I Nell as into the fruits which it utter are preferred by the moths to either :.
,k ) tbe different unions inscribed at tbe Membership-Mrs. W. B. Wlth'r1 Mr. and Mrs. Strother then, who are First Grade A Division Glenn ly ruins. The melon-borer does not the cucumbers or melons, and most of
1' top giving also the date and number spoon. just about now getting to that faraway I Benjamin, Odell)) Harrison, Hulin often enter the vines or leaf stalks; 'the eggs will be laid on the squash
1 of the. meeting.A . $9.86 was reported In the treasury. mission field for glad service, Snyder Dorris Davis, Lma Schilder, I but eats its way into the fruits, and III is better to make several plantings
t A of delegates follows: 1 Miss Lucy Pearce, one of the pages, after their necessary long vacation in Elon Tiner, Rosina Finnacchiaro Elsie I also feeds extensively on the leaves. of squashes, so as to have a succession -
t Mrs, Eva C Easton, district preai7 l- presented the president with a large America. I Schilder. The moth of the pickle worm is of the attractive blossoms and
: d"nl; Mrs. Esther Daniels, district bouquet of beautiful cream roses and Miss Marion Duncan spent several Second Grade B Division-Doyle I I from an inch to one and a fourth fruits to invite the moths. The first f
treasurer; Mrs. Sarah Mathews, district ferns tied with a bow of white rib- weeks with relatives in Utah and after Dairo Dowling Graham, Archie Key inches across the out-stretched wings, planting should be made at the same

superintendent of Scientific In- bon, a compliment from the Kissimmee I getting home to Tavares, workedup Eustis Peaks, Ralph Schilder Wayne which are white within a broad black i time as that of the cucumbers or ...
,. strii ('Oil. Mrs. Dr Cushman districtsuporIntendent union. her junior society into fresh activity Walling\ Kimbrough Oliver Eleanor border. It lays its eggs mostly on I melons with other plantings at inter-
of Medical Temperance The president responded saying graduating the older members Overstreet, Elsie Welch. the buds in the flowers. The melo/i- vals of a week. The later plantings of
la Mrs Florence Northrop, state "My heart overflows with grat tudein 'into the Young People's organization. Second Grade A Division-Eula worm is larger about one and threiS- squash may be placed in the spaces
{ superintendent, of Institutes; Mrs. this 'our' choicest g"t from God. Miss Duncan is also a junior leader Bowen, Mary Coleman Margaret Cos- fourths inches across; and the white where a hill of melons or cucumbers a
Nellie I D. Sears, Mrs. Phoebe Depew The language of friendship Is not In for Central district.Mr. ens, Eliza Cummins, Eunice Rivers, area on the wings is much larger, i is missing. One may pick off the infested -
Mrs I..naVanu'r; Miss May ";. 110'I words, but In meanings In these Ralph Connor president of the I Ruth Starling Helen Hough Winn, occupying all but a narrow margin. squash blossoms and fruit and
den ; Mrs. Anna Meatyard; Miss Mary orautifullowers/ 1 find there Is 'love large union society in Ocklawaha, Central Bertha Witz, Arthur Flint, Willie Gilbert ,. U lays its eggs mainly on the ten- destroy them; and also, if the melon
I, 1 ihorndyke, of .St. Cloud ; Mrs. Hallle and fr'endshlp' In the giver. I thank district i is a wide-awake young Willie Joiner. der young leaves. The eggs of both worm i is abundant, spray the squasheswith
j. Anderson, district l vice-president t. you, for your love IH \ man. ire I is making things just hum I Third Grade B Division-Leo Ca- ', moths hatch in three or. four day one of the arsenicals. The quickest -
and Mrs. J. W. Turner of Lakeland ; your friendship In like a.1\0w..r-lIk..1 and when we visited the society in nova, Clyde Harris, Bascomb Lane The melon worm because it feeds way however to destroy the pests )tin )
Mrs. F. P. Day president and Mrs. tree'." February, church was almost filled for Dorsie Yates, Edgar Rogers> Ethel partly on the foliage, can be reachedby I the trap crop is to pull up and burn
l ::1 J. J. Johnson of Uartow ; Mrs. A. K. At 10:15: the presidents of the I different just C. E. service They also have a Rogers. arsenical sprays. Three pounds of each lot of trap plant a, soon as it
Harris president and Mrs. Alg'e C. unions were called on to give nice junior society.It Third Grade, A Division-Delia Led- lead arsenate paste should be used to has become thoroughly infested and
tI 1 ) Elliott, of Winter Haven ; Mrs. Mary their "Honor March." l Each one be- is not just in our state union better Alice Buzza Madge Rivers fifty gallons of water; or one and one- 'before the'woFms have attained their

,y ; };. Aultman president and Mrs. Mary ing Introduced by the president gavea that Florida Endeavor i is progressing. Corinne Bass Virginia Lesley, Nellie half pounds of lead arsenate. powderor full size. If this is neglected. the trap
E oil e. I'lark, of Klsslmmee;; Mrs. Martha two-minutes' talk on "A glance In the annual report of State Superintendent Taylor Marie (gram, Mae Winn, of zinc arsenite powder to. fifty gallons crop is useless.
of the Allen colored -
;; Duncan, prenldent of Frost Proof; backward and a look forward." Two Helliny showed( Ruby Asbury, Hearn Wilson, Sam of water but it does not stick aswell As soon as the grower i is through
i' of Avon unions not to HOwe ) Endeavor union figures Downing R. D. Thomas. I the vines with fallen leaves
Mrs. Cora Hoyer president, were present report as the others and is more liableto picking
that he had traveled 5,430: miles in B DivisionLillian
Fourth Grade
'. Park. can not say which" union weal receive burn the foliage. To the fifty gallons and other refuse should be destroyedand
the state, and he goes on to say: "This Rush Vivian Ford Cora Rutherford 1
( A list of visiting members follows: I tint new district banner. I.akeand in of insecticide should be added the land ploughed as soon as prac
docs not include side trips Norton Robert Bucles Gladys
L State President' Miss Minnie. E Is thought to be the lucky one the rural districts,many on mule carts, oxcarts I Calkins.Donald) three pounds of hydrated lime, or the ticable. The plowing will not only
Neal of Jacksonville Mrs. Mary E: In the superintendent'' I conference. milk obtained by slacking three pounds turn under the vines and stop the
foot and sometimes A DivisonMildr..dI ; )
on rowing I Fourth Grade
t 1'' of Moline, )Illinois; Mr. and many. good things were reported. In boats across creeks\ and lakes where I Margaret Worn, Ruth Bowers of fresh qufcklime in warm water. i breeding of the insects but will also ... ,
e Mrs. L. V. Brown of Plymouth III.; live minute talks from the old year, I visited in response to the pastor Hamilton Brown, X.elma Bronson. I The lime i is to prevent burning the kill most of those that have already

t M rK. Howe and. Mrs Campbell, ol. and new things suggested for Ibr new and people who were anxious to hear Fifth Grade; B Division-Vcru foliage.1 If the vines are sprayed regularly pupated. Wormy fruits, however
Michigan/ Misses !M V. and FrancesAlexander year Kle\tn: d'parllll..lllh gate excellent more of the all-important subject( .Johnson Thelma Sutton, Norma Duke, with Bordeaux mixture for the should be destroyed 1 in some other
k, S of Maderla I'a Mrs. M reports.Ollicers 1'he Religious' Training of the Kenneth Hronson James Ditty Ver- blight' or other fungus! disease, as they manner as by burning. Also i if practicable -
:., A. Hull of Illrinlngb m, Ala Mrs. for''the ""HIIIIIy."r/ w..r"l Youth." This Methodist C. K. leader ncr Mart, William Milton, Leonard should be, the arsenical may be placed cucumbers or melons shouldnot
ih Nellie leeper ol New ));- ratur Ala ; elected" as follows, tin voters numbering gives his time und much mmvy Rush Lee Hobbs. n the Bordeaux In that case, the be plnated on the same land two

:\ Rev and Mrs Looker!, of Iowa, Mrs.Freere 1 /: twenty-throe' namely into. his WOI k. Fifth Grade; '! A Division-lily Chapman lime is omitted. years in sucoession.Autolops'22 .
,. and Mrs Heurdmore' of Ohio ; President. Mm Eva: I.('. KaMon.: of I Mr. Fred J. Wolfe is president of Milton Grnhnm.; Frank Reed The pickle, worm, .because it foodsin
,\ Mrs. JV Briggs and. Mrs. Overlon :Si. Cloud r 1 Vice. President t Mrs llullie.
i// ; the society in the First Congregational / Kiln Gardner.; Alpha Todd. the interior of the buds, blossoms,
i 7 of hew York J Anderson. of Lakeland,, Corresponding church, Tampa and the pastor's Sixth, (GrndB; Division Gladys; :grid fruits cannot be ahed, l by arsenical fEf
(Y 'i; f Thu secretary being nl""", 111(, Mrs / and )(,','onlill//( SecretaryMrs I son, Barre Anderson, secretary. /Unwell Irene Milton. I sprays. All wormy fruit should l lI"
f I W. It. Witherspoon wan appointed logy I W 11 ,\ it lit-i spoon of Kiss in Probably for the first time, in its Sixth (Grade; A Division) Nellie. carefuly collected and destroyed
; ( ; 1111 the vacancyTlie I ill..... Treasurer :Mis" Ks-ltier; iMmiels, .1 history drove; (Park hits a I' I F i McH'ty Bowers, Geraldme; Todd.! Elmo: Giiffm; If left out in the field caterpillars. ?u" Cushion* Slips '8'?uP
Indies were met at t Ili' train of tit. Cloud lately organiwd l by the I Prcsbvteriun Seventh Grade; B I Division) Jessie will enter fresh fruits, or' completetheir Pa.n1lnt. Cars ..25up
) by Mr. J. W. Mcl'hatter and 1 escorted 'I be morning session < losed with a Sunday K..hoolork'r, Rev i G; Bowers M..III'I.0;; It. Anne Turnci growth and enter the ground" to I TrucksWagons made to order

A to the PresbyIerlan. church 1 uliere noontide prayer l hy the state presi I'' V AlbeitKon. Miss Kunice: Townsend I 1'ercie, Oliver. emerge as moths in 11 week or ten I .; J' .I.I ". ,,
j; fh :, tbe convention was held heir all dent.A. t is secretary and, reports a fine time} Seventh (Grade; A )J1'i"ioll11r1U"1!
't were met. by Mrs. J. L Ovethlr ei l, most delx, !lous piinir I dinner w as I with (food attendance! at their f firstmeetings. ;Munger Clara 1'loetz Mmkie Gardner. ; ,,
chairman of the entertainment committee aeiveil. l hy the Klsshmiiee I Lulus, int The North t I
society is in I
who extended 'to each a warm I t ho Chapter\ lloil'.e, tin. hums ot 1 eFrances (Central district.\ Eighth; Grade B Division--Mabel
1' l handclasp and escorted her Into the I K; Wllluni I I'nion' TliH Now for a bright item to close Bowen Sarah Clark Blanche 1"1".1 FRESH MEATS

t. reception room where each delegate. / house is on a lot donated by Miss I with The new 1 Delray society in Eighth Grade; A Division
C J' was assigned her place of entertainment Kmina F. U. Campbell, of !MOMIH- Soul h-EIIHt'rn district! invited West May Cummins, Frances Tress, Ned :
1, and registered before entering lown New Jersey from the ehtate' of farm Beach workers to a social.; Bullock Arnie Drawdy, Frank Bryan, ..-

r '. the aud'torlum. her sister Mrs Catherine S Hart', went and found the Kndeavorers Buhl Chenoweth. ;
; The auditorium was decorated In who ,oac" octupieii another, bouse on of Delray were "all right." Ninth Grade--Christine Ivey. 10 Days' Sale alt ..
4 interspersed .. Tenth Grade--Maniu Witherspoon
i a background of green ferns the same, site wh *le slit* kept theposloftice CRACK; A. TOWNSKND. .
with the most beautiful howl MISH (Cunipheil' is tin' author Interlachen, March : : Eleventh; Grade--Celestc; Moseley.404C0460
l .. the Klsnimniee gardens could af of the Ii} ion, "JCMIH of NU.Hretli : li.- --
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: + ford. There were bouquets of rosea I I'asseth My I ," wlihh was "\\eetly, h 'M1 .

S .i in white, red and yellow and a variety sung!': by !Mrs.yHlu;" at the ulghl H"S'sion. THE BOY PKEACHEH. V MOTIIKK MINK.: <'I,I Sanitary Market
of other cut flowers lilies pot- '
Little Charles R. Turner, the seven- > ( Contributed.)
at'', tea IIlalll ...le. Over these' were MISpendecl The t'Xecutivc 'nii'i'ting.. : was held ai''I year old boy preacher will preach at < *
the pure white letters "W. 1 o'clock, mid tit 1 ,III tin nu',nioilal the Shingle Creek Methodist, church +rN08t0?40''r'00'StitiOE'W'r': '
$ ,. l.. T. U." service was opeueu vsitli detti' lunulsfroru next Saturday night and Sunday :: .. ,, :. '. /
ty 414 i \ On the wall reseed the fine pholo- A. J. Holt ot the lluptlblchurcv. morning afternoon and night. This She is my mother said the young ,
but I call her baby. Old
>> of Our sainted leader. Frances E.Wlllard. . little! my
k boy has the reputation of being -
a much like babies and
-i with the invincible bow of 'Blent Is the Tie That IIllId,," people are very
was a marvel. He, by his ability as a
I we ought to love them, for of such is FOR CASH ONLY
ribbon badge of the organization -
.y 1 white sung public speaker has preached to thou the Kingdom of Heaven. I have an
streaming! from one corner of the i ue president gave a memorial for ands of people and has captivatedmany. idea that life evens up things. WhenI I
k frame. This picture was presentedIn our national president Mrs. L. M. N. Rev. and Mrs. Beatty will singat was and' helpless she took ,
t.e evening by the district presl- Stevens, and the list of those of our these services. All are invited to young .
I of her.I .
of March will hold
take 24 10
care me; now care Beginning Wednesday we a Day
tii; den\ to Prof. Evans of the highschool ranks who have passed Into the world attend these meetings. Those from paying debt. ..

{' from the president and mem- beyond>> during tbe year. These other places will -entertained free. am She never left my me alone when I was Meat Sale for CASH ONLY at price that I:

Y o. ben ef the Klsslramee union. were: Mrs. Della Marsh, president C. C. BEATTY, Pastor.our an Infant Now, I do not leave her . '\
On *he opposite sides of the plat and Mrs. Sarah Woodward treasurer alone. She was patient with me then will "Wake Up" all KiulmmeeBEfiF
form hung In line pennants with St. Cloud Mrs. E. Evart, and
; were .: ; Mary : now I am patient with her. She fed
the names of the 19 prohibition one honorary member, Mr. James nation and In foreign countries, me; now, Ifeed her and clothe and
iE states.. Jones, Frost Proof and Mrs. C. C. and in the states where our women keep her. She sacrificed her young
h; 1; With six: raps of the gavel Mrs. White Lakeland.We I have the ballot and for the good life to me and now I am glad of every Steak V f> _-

Eva C. Easton the district pres'dent shall miss from our work our work being done in this district for chance I have to sacrifice for her. Pound _______ _________ ___ _____ IOC
order and -- u u uu u u u u
?; Ixfe ". called tbe convention to great I lenders who have heroically upheld the insplr'ng presence of our state She loved me when I was i ignorantand
q the meeting was opened by singing!: and advanced the principles of i president. Miss Neal for 'the splendid awkward and needing constant Porterhouse Steak f f%
,. /' 'How Firm a Foundation." Devotional justice, temperance and peace. hospitality and bounteous dinner furnished care and all' because I was hers born Pound -_---_-____________unuu-_uuuu__ - c
'A ref service cons'stlng of scripture The Eulogy was given by Mrs. us by the Klsslmmee ladles, of her body and part of her soul. Now Round Steak
'. 'reading and prayer was conducted by Florence Northrop state superintendent i for the use of th's church feebleness and trait of child- 15
generous every Pound ___ _______ ________ ____ ___ C
i. of the Presbyterian and for ---- -- -- ---------- --
r Rev. W. B. Witherspoon of Institutes. The solo, "Faceto I and Its beautiful decorations, for the hood in her endears her to me
; s' i church. Face" was beautifully rendered by splendid services of the pages, to no other reason except that she i is my Round Roast V yiPound

The convention was made welcome Miss Alma Griffin of KIs lmme... the various singers for their soul up- mother, and by so much as she i is a ---uuuuuuuuuuuu______ 1 C
' ",' with a few well chosen remarks by The a'ternoon program was we'l lifting; music, and to all who haveIn tax on my time attention and money, Steak
,,1 r4, a tbe president of the Ki 'mmep carried out with the exception of one any 'way helped to make this meet- I[ love her. She shall not triumphover cpu: : 1-2c
w B. Aultman. in the of judgment for ____ ____ _uu________ ______ uuuu__
d ,,4 union Mrs Mary paper, Scientific Instruction. A delegate ing such a pleasant success. me day
; t Greetings followed by tbe dlstr'ct' of Lakeland, who could not be 2. That you urge our people everywhere my tenderness shall equal her She Pot Rout
president recommend'ng the keynote present, sent the paper to be read to stand by and help our watched with me until I grew up; I Pound ----------------------------------------------C
of the (convention "A Dry Florida but It was not rece'ved in time for newly elected officers in their arduous hall watch with her till she steps Rolled Roast (choice)
eta in 1916." She said: "You can the convention. We regret very much work. into Heaven. 15
Pound ___
1' climb hill sitting down you -- -- --- uuuu-----u-----------
kiL1 not a ; not to have had this in the program. The report was unanimously
'c can not get there sitting still; you "Mrs." Elliott of Winter Haven reada adopted. 0 0 SMOKED MEAT DEPARTMENTHam
ran't do a thing If you shirk, you very lengthy paper on the "Possi The subscription committee reported UNION CENTER. 0
y, ran not climb a hill without work. bilities of a Local Union" Mrs. Mar- seven copies of the "Union Signal" 0 23c15c

e She offered special prayer that the tha Duncan read a peper. Mrs. L. A.j subscribed for. 00.00000..0 Pound -___--______--_--_________--_______--_--______
i day might bring new visions and Lockert of Kissln>mee read a paperon The membership committe reported Picnic Hams

'i t greater victories for the corning year. "Narcotics," dwelling mostly on three new members w'th a prospect Mr. Lyles Story accompanied by Pound __ _________ __________ _
being absent the Misses Effie Lawson and Wither- -- uuuu ? -
The district secretary
: the subject of cigarettes. The union of several more at an early
1 1 Mrs. W. B. Witherspoon of Kl 'm- presented this member with a beau- spoon, visited at the G. B. Lawson Pork Sausage 15

fs- : K, mee was appointed to fill the tiful bouquet of flowers date.The W. C. T. U. benediction. Num- home Friday afternoon. Pound ---_u________________________________________ c
'b cy. vacan-I St. Cloud's visiting member, Mrs. bers 6:26-26: was pronounced to- Blanche and Janette Lawson and Pan Sausage
lq The district constitution Ruth Harvey spent Saturday with 12
''? Mary E. Metcger read us some FlorIda wit: Mrs. Dan Smith. Pound __1___________________________'___________ 1-2c
F and approved. State Laws which brought forth The Lord bless thee and help thee. "
a, i .t Roll call showed all ex-offlc.o discussion, and later these laws will The Lord'make' Ills face shine upon Mr. Paul McKee of Kissimmce, Mr. Hamburger 12
Efc'i 1
vt. t1 members present except the secretary be published In .our home papers. thee and be gracious unto thee; the and Mrs.of Dillon Mr. and and Mrs.Miss C.Julia H. Funk wereguests Pound _________________________________________ -2c
j| %. The song "Uown in the Licensed Lord lift up His countenance unto Frankfurt

v'' .Pi : When the president Miss Minnie Introduced E. Neal the, saloon" was sung as a duet by Mesdames thee and give thee peace. Sunday Mrs. Frank at dinner.McKee has been visiting I Pound __________________________________________..._ 1 5 c
state president. Meatyard and juepew and was The evening program was opened Mrs. Jeff Barber the week.
cal past Breakfast Bacon sliced
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q of Jacksonville, the convention rose answered In a duet by Me dameNorC with the singing of "Onward. Christian Miss Georgia Howell l is the guestat I 30

) to Its feel with tbe 'whlte ribbon aai rop and Overstreet. Soldiers" and devotional services -' the G. B. Lawson home this week. Pound -----__------_________-___________________. C
{ lute. Miss Neal responded in her Mr. J. J. Johnson of llartow reada I led by Rev. A. M. Chl holm. of Mr. Rosier visited his parents last Breakfast Bacon (by strip

Ind t 1 i usually sweet and felicitous of manner.Moline very interesting paper on "w' y the Christian church. Sunday. Pound --_---!________________________________.25 C
', i i r Mrs. Mary E. Metxgar, Drink Intoxicating L'quor." The hymn "Jesus of Nazareth Miss Lesley of Kissimmee spent Western Pork
Illinois, was a'so Introduced and I She gave eight reasons for not Passeth By" was sung as a solo by the week-end with Nettie Haye. Chops 20

pleased the audleuco with her most drinking sweet cider. She said she Mrs. E. E. Wells, of Kla lmml'e. Mrs. A. D. Story has been quite ill Pound -----.---_________________________________hh_ c -
IM' ;b fitting words of encouragement and I thought the third was the strongest An address of welcome on behalf for several days. Western Pork Roast

j ,, ., .1 work.success of the sisters in temperance o. them all, because it Is a snare for of the public schools was made by Rosier Lawson, Blanche Lawson and Pound --------________________________hu_________ 18 C
: j"7 1 the children. On account gj your Prof. R. M. Evan; one on behalf of Georgia Howell visited at the C. M.

;l t, b' The president called on Dr. With beloved cider you can not stop out the churches by Rev. S.W.Lawler, Smith home Sunday afternoon. Honeycomb Tripe. Dried Beef (best there is).
't erspoon for words of encouragement boldly on the firm temperance plat- and one on behalf of the local union bBr -
l4 I '7: and In response he said among other form and present the pledge In Its by Mrs. J. M. Cochrane.The TIlE WORK BAG. d Butter I 35 ,

I things: "He was glad of an opportunity entirety.Mrs. response of the convention When lace is added to a round doily Bound -----_______i____________hh______;..... c
to honor the organization tbat I Corn Boyer of Avon Park was made by Mrs. Florence Northrop this suggestion may be of help. Measure .
f bad so much to do with the making read a paper on "Does Prohibition state superintendent of Institutes.A the exact quality of lace needed, Mutton Chops ?

trlr \ of Frances E. Wlllard one 'of the 1 Pay ?." solo "Spirit of God" 'was rendered match the pattern and join the edges. Pound ________________________: _______________---Z 0 c
greatest women of the world Or If "Equal Suffrage" was tbe subjectfor by Mrs. P. K. Weaver of Klsslmmee. Double the lace and roll it end to
_ we preferred to put It the other way, I Mrs. Sara" Matthews, of St. end, then wrap the straight or inside Mutton Roast 18

'.OJ "He was glad to honor the Institution Cloud. She stood before her audi- At 8 o'clock Miss Minnie E. Neal. edge tightly with a cord to half the Pound ---__________-_-___________________________.__ c
J} with the making of which Miss ence for half an hour and gave a state president, was Introduced and width of the lace. Dip the cord end Mutton.Stew
/ Willard bad BO much to do." The talk concerning the suffrage made the prlncipi address of theevening aside 12, 1-ZC
/k. .' InSeparable splendid > in water to shrink it. Lay it Pound ---_____________________________-________
--' woman and the organization are question 'n the different states. and tthe close Of this until dry. Then remove the cord and
I *"t .I: id thought., He contrasted Following this a song was suns plendid .add,... she was presentedwith unroll. The lace will be circular and Western Meats at' Lowest .Market Prices

significantly tbe conditions uh.der and then the conjm'ttee on resolutions a lovely bouquet from the Kit4lmmee can easily be sewed to the doily>> - '
.which.We'wo.-k wUY:.nose that beset and courtesies: reported as fof- union. When crocheting many women are Veal and Dressed Chickens

+n's :the;: 'workert of ...earU."a' of bpsOyem.Dt. lows: '; "' The offerings taken. at this time bothered with the spool of thread falling .. : V
." Your commltteA r ctnfully report amounted to more than $1.00-- from their lap to the floor. A i iPho ;

:.When1'.tbe,.pre *deatScalled. lor and recommend that :you'extend .""TnWeonfenUon 'closedwith* tie small pocket In the apron with an eyelet THE SANITARY: MARKET :
r creetlnrs from member on the floor thanks tp our heavenly Father for sons "God Be With You Till We hole for the thread to run through Ag 1

representatives, from)fourteeQ states tbe way he hal lead u* in this great feeet .A a1n." and benediction by the keeps the spool in lace and saves, e.44 : 1 'follows "Alabama,..CallSg&- work:'and for the victories all over ,B.T. A, M. Chlahoim..ti' much Urns and annoyance. tJ .", M. Goodman, Prop.,,
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% ..Washington D. CX-Following 1U grapefruit, unexcelled'in" quality the .1ac1t.OIlvUIThat the counties\of assistance as they may. desire or accept 'To- abolish the numerous committees -:-committee; and rules this body to-
successful publication and distribution world is the last year's jyield. the state should be allowed to he shall conduct ,
.i, over, employ at frequent with their high sounding titles, in have the naming of the members of
? of "A Guide to, Washington sometime Some, grapefruit groves. run Into hun agricultural experts advisers is the intervals an Inquiry column la the various both branches of the Florida legislature ..:ithe committees, recognizing ,'..
ago the Southern Commercial 1 dreds of acres. New provesare be- belief of Representative W; T. Martin county papers In which questions . substituting: therefor numbered and .1.m.ntof.: every re.cation -'

f. congress is mailing_ material for a'' ing made-J-to bear in three years and of Hillsborongh county who has regarding: agricultural problems committee., six: committees for the every'

. book to bel entitled "New Washington withstand cold. Pineapples have at- I prepared a bill along: this whichhe and difficulties may be answered; that senate and ten committees'; for' the Wha'th&eommiktee. of either +

;, and the South. The proof will be tained the highest development All will submit to.the next session of he' stimulate the propogation of all hones Is the aim of l resolution to Islative body are filled ;with blUe ; w

\ ready soon and the book will be off the semi-tropical fruits are grown, avoca- the legislature.. A copy of the bill has new varieties of plants and fruits that be introduced at the coming: sessionby that body will adjourn until up the com, h

.' press probably within six weeks. does, guavas, limes, bananas, etc. been sent broadcast to trade and com- have been tried and approved by the Senator Ion L. Farris, of Jackson,mittess are ready to ,report, thus enabling ' .'\
As in the case of the "Guide to Timber.In mercial bodies over the state as wellas. United States agricultural department villa the members to attend all of '

Washington," it will be sent out on request the northern portion and in the to the agricultural organizations.The as worth while and adapted tar this This reorganization plan is the result the legislative. sessions of the body to

and "New Washington and the hammocks there is hardwood-such bill proposed to awaken the general climate; he shall increase the outputof of the experience gained by Senator which they were elected by thejr constituents .,

South" will find circulation in every as oak, ask and hickory.In industry of agriculture in this his county or counties as largely as Farris during hi. two. terms as and, at the same time give
section of America as well as being the more level regions cypress state by making it possible 'for the possible by the cultivation of Available speaker of the house of representatives .. them ample opportunity to do,their
sent into Europe. and, generally, the yellow pine. The farmers and the prospective settler to land; and it shall also be his and hi. Intimate knowledge I I necessary committee work. That this ,

Fletcher Praises Florida. output of rosin and turpentine from have more up-to-date information at duty to analyze free of cost to owners the waste of time and the loss of ef- In itself will prove one of the greatest- ,

One of the main interest compelling; the pine amounts in value annually to all times. The text of the proposedbill thereof soils in his territory when ficiency in the handling of the legislative -I I time savers in the history of state leg i +

features is to be a statement of about about 18000000. In lumber, over a is as follows: presented proper samples thereof. grind through the multiplicityof islatures, cannot be denied. i
., three hundred words dealing with the billion feet--to say nothing of cross- Section 1. That the several boardsof Sec. 6. The county or counties em- unnecessary and time-wasting'com I Every bill introduced will have the t1,

i merits and resources of each of the ties, poles and fuel. county commissioners in this state ploying him shall furnish him all the resolution careful consideration of representa- : .

respective sixteen states included in Live Stock. be authorized to employ agricultural necessary equipment and appliances in will automatically reduce the expense ; lives of all the element of citizenship I .
the territory of the Southern Commer- There are splendid prairies and experts for their respective counties.Sec. the prosecution of his work and shall for clerical and other help to a min- I, of the state, men who will have no t....w"...
lands and the cattle 2. That such board of all necessary expenses incurred by I,
cial congress. grazing industry any pay imum. I direct interest in th.'blO. under consideration ,
Some well known man in public life including sheep and hogs is one ofI county commissioners may unite with him in carrying on his work to an This idea is something entirely) new because they will not know '

will be a contributor for his state and I the most important and growing. the boards of county commissioners of amount not to exceed one thousand in legislative procedure and will un- In advance what bills will come before ,;

no doubt there will be a great deal of I Scarcely twenty-five per cent of the any neighboring county or countiesfor (10000.00) dollars per annum. doubtedly be watched with the keen- them, making: a "packed" committee h
good-natured rivalry of respect to the land is under cultivation.Fish the purpose of employing such Sec. 7. That the said expert shall est attention by the legislatures. of for or against a bill almost an ',
advantages of the several common- and Oysters.The expert on equitable terms, when in the prepare and present quarterly to the every state in the union.It impossibility. ,.

I (JJ* wealths, the inducements they offer to interior lakes_, which are numerous opinion of such boards one expert can board or boards of county commis- is proposed that the six senate At the 1913 session of the.Florida'' '
and beautiful the the serve said counties.Sec. sioners a sworn itemized statement of committees shall consist of five ;
the prospector and settler. rivers, senators there were thirty-four com- ,: '
Hon. Duncan U. Fletcher, senior coast waters abound in great varie- 3. That the length of term of his expenses incurred during the past I each, and the house committees mitten of the senate and but thirty

United States senator, has contributedthe ties of fish. employment of such expert shall be quarter and that same shall be exam- I to have seven members ach. These two members of that body. Th. house s
I the Gulf and Atlantic for a period of no longer than two ined by such board or boards and each to be known "Committee
following sketch as representative The oysters, on board shall its commit.tees1 as with a membership of serenty-twe ?
of Florida's resources and opportunities are famous. Supplies inexhaustive years. pay proportionate part No. "Committee No. 2," etc., representatives, had forty-seven cornk
a true eulogy and certain to inure. in both fish and Oysters. Sponges off Sec. 4. That said expert so em- thereof out of the general county fund. are to be made up of legislators according mittees. The members of the senate
Sec. 8. That the for
to the great good of the state he the southern coast surpass those of ployed shall be a graduate of a reput- compensation to their'vocational interests. were appointed to serve on from five r
such shall be a Salary not to
able agricultural college.Sec. expert For instance On each committee
in the senate. and :
represents so ably the Mediterranean sponging
as 5. That it shall be the duty exceed two thousand ($2,000)) dollars to seven committees each an averageof
there will be banker farmer
a a a
Resources well as fishing are valuable industries.The six committees to and in the
Florida. and Opportunities. of a man,
of said expert so employed to call per annum payable quarterly out business rs
and .
lawyer, a man a
Florida has some six hundred miles foregoing will indicate soma of the more important farmers of the general{ county fund. repre- house, the representatives were serving ,
upon sentative of labor. Bills will be
of coast line on the Atlantic and some the opportunities awaiting all those the county or counties under his supervision Section 9. That all laws or partsof ferred to the. committee. in the re- on ten and sometimes fifteen committees s
eight hundred the Gulf. who will strike hands with the warm- each. Thu. it be readilyseen
on ,and to make such suggestions laws in conflict with the provisions order in which introduced.The can
Evenly distributed and plentiful hearted, hospitable people, in the development to them and render them such of this act be and are hereby repealed. first bill introduced they are will be referred that if a member of the legislature
rainfall. of the marvelous resources, attended to his committee work 7 "r
- - -- ---------------- --- -----------
to committee No. 1 the second
But little ioe in winter and that in scarcely yet begun in the land of sun he should have done h. had but scant

the northern portion of the state. shine soft winds, blue skies and ever- MR. PETER'S BIG TOMATO CROP. SOME DON'TSFor will automatically be to committee, until No.all of 2,the and bills soon opportunity to attend to the other legislative -
Heat in summer not excessive and greens. business of the session
J The Yield front 400 Acre Now Ready introduced are divided pro rata amongthe
always tempered by the prevailingsea For Market. committees.Committee ..
breezes. No Use to Try and Wear Out Your
Perrine, Fla.-Thomas J. Peters of Appointments Will Not Be Piles Cared In 6 to 14 Day )ti
Cold-It Will Wear You Out
healthy.By Climate. delightful alt.he\ year and Instead Peters, Dade county, the largest tomato r Stomach and Liver Made by Speaker.The year "",mat will ..,.... momtf UOINTMKNT raxb t tl!
tett to ears ease a WefctafcBlind.
grower in the world, is about to resolution further provides for .q .. .
reason of trunk lines, waterwaysand BiMdlaror FnrtrvdlBC' rile.t MAaya.Tb
good rdads, transportation facilities Thousands keep on Buffering CouR'hsland place upon the market his present crop the creation of a "special .committee ant ppltcatlra gi-r*....*sad nt... Ma. ,
Colds through neglect and delay. I of tomatoes, which promises to be the< SufferersDon't T
fine and needed. .
are extending as
Why make yourself an to
easy prey best quality, grade and pack yet sent
Educational systems and institutions serious ailments and epidemics as the I' crates moving now, but the heavy ....

high class and up to date. result of a neglected Cold Coughsand out by him. Mr. Peters has a few take medicine for your Stomach '4R

State, 'county and municipal governments Cold sap your strength and vitality shipments will be in April and the first ailments morning, noon and night,

"efficient and progressive. unless checked in the early May at which time his packing as usually such medicines only give Pish Lake Dairy |
of best
Population composed material stages. Dr. Kings New Discoveryis
and from houses will employ 400 pickers car- temporary relief and simply digestthe .
native-born adopted what you need-the first dose helps. riers, graders and packers, loading a food that happens to be in the <,
every state and country, giving a type Your head cleans up you breathe car forty-six minutes. Fully 400( Stomach.
of citizenship unsurpassed in enlight- feel much better. every
freely so
ment, enterprise and patriotism. In- Buy a bottle you today arid start takingat acres of marl of lands his are utilized in the tomatoes Don't permit a surgical operation. Pure Jersey Milk, Cream, Butter and Butter .'

creased forty-two per cent. during last once.IIEKRY. production crop. Growing There is always serious danger in operations -
in mdi-winter in Florida is nochild's ,-
Milk delivered door
dejade. --- --- and in many cases of Stomach at your ,
JJ.n area the largest! state in the SEASON WAS play. Many a grower has gone Liver and Intestinal Ailments the "
-4'....-.110n east of the Mississippi except NOT SUCCESSFUL ONE. down to defeat in this experiment. knife can be avoided if the right, rem- every morning.
Georgia. Anly after year| of experience after edy is taken in time. \IDon't

Greater variety of soil and products' Fort Meade, Fla.-The Strawberry studying conditions, variety of seed, around with foul smell-
Chan found in any other state. Growers' union has voted to changeits time of planting and many other been ing breath go caused by a a disordered Phone 241-L S. W. DOWNING j j :
has the successful
name to the Fort Meade Truckers'and things, grower
Mining. in In 1914 Mr. Stomach and Liver, to the discomfortof
Fruit Growers' able to bring a
association. The
Phosphate-hard rock and pebble; Peters crop.the market tomato those you come in contact with. ... . . ... .. . .... . . .... ... .... !'i
change will permit the membership to placed upon a
she of all\
yields seventy-five
per increase and greatly enlarge the use- that proved to be of great finan- If you are a Stomach sufferer, don't . "
mined in the United States, which is
.' about one-half of that mined in the fulness of the union. About twenty- cial remuneration to himself and an think you can not be helped have; prob-been .....00000000000000..0. ....... ...,... .. . ........., _'
five growers were present and it was excellent product for the trade. This ably worse cases than yours .
world. In koaUn and other clays she decided that about fifty-five acres of: year's output promises to be as good, permanently restored by Mayr's Won- _'.' A WISE MAN r,
ranks first. Limestone rock and build-
material abundant. berries will be planted the coming if not better. Methods used in the derful Remedy. 6 .$ carries sufficient FIRE INSURANCE
ing season. The strawberry season I ii_ growing of this crop are purely those Most Stomach Ailments are mainly to protect his property r.
Agriculture. to and date about solved and efficient here at cauoed by catarrhal condition. Mayr' '
She produces about one-third of all drawing a close to proven while h. Is living and ample LIFE
the island cotton 20,000 crates have been shipped home. A large force of men has been Wonderful Remedy not only removes INSURANCE to protect his. fain.lly .. ;11
sea or long staple
in this Short which have netted the growers about at work executing; this homemadesystem the catarrhal mucus, but allay. the In the event of his death; H* i
grown cotton also is country. staple Also i 2500. The fall drought and unusually and that the system adopted chronic inflammation and assists in also Insures his earning capacity '
a profitable crop. I hard weather have prevented has proven efficient is well attested by rendering the entire alimentary and I by taking out an ACCIDENT and' ,
tobacco wheat, corn and, peas oats, potatoes in the northern, sugar 1 the growers from realizing much pro- the crop now on the heavy laden vines intestinal tract antiseptic, and this J HEALTH POLICY.' B. on, the )' ;
,. caner fit on their berry crop this season. and about ready to move to market. i III the secret of its marvelous success. ( safe side.' "
of all
vegetables '
; portion, grasses, '
Don't suffer_ constant pain.a. d ''We .write ,all lines of INSURANCE !l' :'" '
kinds. Pears, peaches, grapes, }). HEALTH PROMOTES HAPPINESS IF YOUR CHILD IS CROSS. i \ ; ;
'I/, tans: plums and berries do well. agony and allow your stomach ailments r ,,that Insures and endures 1f. q;t'/',. '
: > Trucking. Without health, genuine impos- FEVERISH physically undermine your None but RELIABLE old line CO_.' f S
; health. No matter how severe your panics in' this --- -- ,. 7'J7R '
: The state is a veritable winter gar : without'good digestion and regular "
, Look. Mother! If tongue Is coated be how long havesutl'ered WAGER '
den. Strawberries go to market in Towel l movement you cannot have case may or you D. G. .l\
health. cleanse little bowels with "Cali --one dose of Mayr's Won- Second Floor CtUsms Bank BUftV
January. Celery, lettuce, tomatoes, Why neglect keeping bowels "
cabbage, beans, (cucumbers and all open and risk being sick and ailing! fonda Syrup of Figs. derful Remedy should convince you Klsslmmee Fla. .. 1'
vegetables including melons, canta- You don't have to. Take one small that you can be restored to health .- 1C
loupes and the like are sent to market Dr. King's New Life Pills at night in Mothers can rest easy after giving again. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy has

before they cars be planted elsewhere.It the morning you will have a full\, free "California Syrup of Figs," because ina taken and is highly recommended by -
is a common thing to raise three bowel movement and feel much bet- few hours all the clogged-up waste> Members of Congress, Justice of the

crops a year on the same land. ter. Helps your appetite and diges- sour bile and fermenting food gently Supreme Court, Educators, Lawyers, i
Horticulture.Nine tion. Try one tonight. moves out of the bowels, and you havea Merchants, Bankers Doctors, Drug- (

million boxes of oranges and well.' nlavful child airin.- gists, Nurses Manufacturers, Priests, ARE YOU GOING TO START A NEWSPAPER ?
fiKERY SEASON AT ITS FLUSH: Sick children= needn't be coaxed to Ministers, Farmers and people in all .

10 CENT "CASCARETS" Sanford, Fla.--The Sanford vegetable take this harmless "fruit laxative." walks of life.
I I Millions of mothers keep it handy be- valuable booklet
friowprr were much alarmed last Send for FREE on
FOR LIVER AND BOWELS week, thinking that the cold wave cause they know its action on the Stomach Ailments to Geo. H. Mayr, IF SO WRITE US ABOUT EQUIPMENTWe

would their stomach, liver and bowels is promptand St. Chicago 111.
Cure Sick Headache, Constipation injure crops, but there was 154-166 Whiting '
floes sureAsk Wonderful Remedy is sold Have All Kinds OfMACHINERY
Biliousness, Sour Stomach Bad no heavy throughout the belt, Mayr's
Breath-Candy Cathartic.No although the rights were decidedly your druggist for a 50-cent bottle by leading druggists everywhere with w .V
ool. The -eteble of "California Syrup of Figs, that .
odds how bad liver, stom- ie;:: crop including the positive understanding your
your beans tomatoes which contains directions for babies, will be refunded without
eggplants cucumbers money question -
bowels how much head
ach aches or, how miserable; your are from beets English peas okra Irish I children of all ages and for grown- or quibble if ONE bottle fails to PRINTING
you is in fine and while satisfaction.'
constipation, indigestion, biliousnessand potatoes, shape ups. give you absolute
the crops arc later than usual there
sluggish bowels-you always: get i 13 every ind'cation that the yield wilts ADVERTISED LETTERS. PUNTA GORDA TRUCK CROPS. i
relief with Cascarets. They Imme- 'I normal and shipments will run well Kissimmee Fla., March 22, 1915.

diately cleanse and regulate the stom- up into June Advertised list for the two weeks Punta Gorda, Fla.-Springs crops
ach, remove the sour, fermenting food The ending April 5, 1915:
celery season is at its flush are moving along nicely. Tomato
and foul gases; take the excess bile and cariots Baker, Mrs. Ems; Barber, Warren;
are moving daily. The were being set out as late as
from the liver and tarry off the constipated has Bennett, Frank; Bright, Miss Lessie; last I
duality miproved since the first! week, so that some shipments will FOR SALE" 4
waste matter and poison shipment; and stock is better bleached Burs Ransom; Bryant Grant; Bunt- not move until almost June 1. 1 nick .
from the intestines and bowels. A and running to fairly good size. ley, G. B.; Bans, Clarance; Bronson ers are getting in crates for their pep-
10-cent box from your druggist will Gradin: Bronson, Mrs. W. I.: Bronson and the i. now moving. The I
keep your liver and bowels clean; Bachelor girls outnumber marriageable Mrs. il.; Bronson, Rev. J. fie; Casey, pers truckers were crop fortunate in escaping .

stomach sweet and head clear fornitfnths. men in San Jose, Cal., three to Mrs. Mose; Collins Mrs. Ed.; Craw- the last heavy rains, so general in the I 'r
They work while you sleep. one. ford, Mrs. Thos.; Crosby, Mrs. L. E.; southern part of the state. '
- -- I Clarke, Joe; Fleming Dock; Franklin, The citrus fruit is about done account of the ewuoKdatioa of the V rxctte ani the 'I u

Frank, Mrs.; Graham Mrs. R. K.; but a few cars are crop most ofthe Osceola Journal. we have a tnrphu o/ print .. We of orOn .

i CALOMEL DYNAMITES YOUR LIVER Hayes. Mrs. A. L.; Hensley, Mrs. W. fruit left is mavlnf.and. Valencia for sale the following: .: ,
If. .
S.; Howard, Mrs. S.; Haggan, John; variety.

Johns, Mrs. Roxie, Kirkpatrick, Mrs.G. I
S.; King, Mrs. Lewis; Leonard, END STOMACH TROUBLE. 1 Intertype Typesetting Machine a
MAKES YOU Charlie: Londen, Geo. 'Lankf ord Mrs. .
C. F.; Mltchelt! Geo'L; McKee, J. W.; GASES Practically Magazine .

Padgett, Mrs Elma! ; f"atriek. Mrs. W.
M.; Ray, Mrs. W. H.: Rigans, Mrs. H. Tape's Diapepsln" makes Sick Sour 4$& Book and Job Campbell Press ''r

J A.; Stoker, Mrs. A. i'.; Sullivan, Mrs. Gassy Stomachs sorely feel fine

"Ootfsoi's Unr To.." starts Your Dm sells tonight. Your bottle druggist or dealer W. L.; Thompson, Mrs. Jane; Weathers In five .Iau&_ Tail .acJ .. is large ...... for six colojnn quite paper. :
a $0 cent of
you Dodsoa's Annie; Wright, Miss Pearl; 1 .I
Butter Till Cilonel tadv Liver. Tone under my personal money- Wright. Mrs. Pearl; Wynn Mrs. Man- If what you just ate is souring on :

clean back guarantee that each spoonful will day; Wilson, Mrs. D. F.; Yates, Mrs. your stomach or lies like a lump of 1 No. 5 Boston Wire Stitcher (New) f
Lost sluggish liver bettor
i Day's Wa your than
dose of nasty calomel and that It won'tmake s Jessie; Yates, Miss Leelonier.B. lead, refusing to digest, or you belch 4 4t
..ick.DodIlQJ1' B. SIMPSON, Postmaster. gas and eructate sour, undigestedrood
Ten up your sluggish liver 1 Feel l you I or have a feeling: of dizziness, 1 33-inch Diamond Paper Cutter 4
Liver Tone is real Electric lines in Porto Rico are ob-
r'<1. i and cheerful; make your work a liver heartburn fullness, neusea, bad taste
stsafire) be vigorou and full of ambi- mrdieine. You'll know ii next morning structed at times by a parasite plant in mouth and stomach-headache, you
Do But take .no nasty, dangerous because you will wake up feeling floe, that settles on and grows on the wires, can get blessed relief in five minutes. One Jobber 8x12 C. & P. f fWe

calomel because it makes you sick and your liver will be working; headacheand obtaining: its nourishment from the Put an end to stomach trouble forever

you may lose a day's work. dizziness goner stomach will be b7 retting: a large fifty-cent case of also bYe otker nuckiaery and equipment for ...... If ye*
sweet and bowels
|_H' Calomel is mercury or quicksilver regular. air.COLDS Pape's Diapepsln from any drug store .... aay of tke above,.write er wire. ..,,'
which eauses necrosis of the bones. Dod_'. Liver Tone entirely vegetable & LaGRIPPE I You realize in five minutes bow needless I
":.Calomel crashes Into sour bile like therefore harmless and eaa DOt it U to suffer from indigestion, TERMS Part cuk and balance. .... :,
:,dynamite, breaking it np. That's when I salivate. Give U. to you* children. 5 or O .dose* GOO will break dyspepsia or any stomach disorder. riCJ' -

'yon feel that awful nausea and cramping. Millioaa of people are acing Dodson's any': case of Chills & Fever Coldi If. the quickest, rarest stomach doctor KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTEKISSIMME .,
. Listen to sell If :yon waat to enjoy Liver Tone instead of dangerous ealomelnow. m theweria. Wm we.darftlt
..... liver & LaGrippe it acts on the fiver
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PAGE*. .M, t: \ THE K1SS1MMEE VALLEY GAZETTE .. ,", 'FRIDAY,., :MARCH;: :26,' ,1'lS,
;",,, . ,, "'" ,.",. ,
Gazette i>.5 on the basis of a.2.593pgpulation a death rate of 5-8 to the thousand. :
The Kissimmee Valley Suppose our population had been correctly estimated ate will say-5,000. ,
r 4, PCBLISHBID JlVJIR"t! tl'RlDAT, 01l'JI'I'C1II 1M' Y LL1IIT '(JAZ1II'1"1'II BUItbDf, We find by a bit of calculation that then our death rate for both white'and 1sIte .

KIN1IMHffiffi. O8CJIIOL OOtnfTT. FLOJUDA. colored would be only :3 to the thousand and our claim to being the healthiest I Sri. Y;PORtrR ,

city in America u sustained without a scintilla of doubt
F W. B. HARRIS ad L C. VANS AGNEW OWNERS There. some satisfaction In living: '
We that the calculations will
trust board of health in its future give
us a
The hope of Florida II in the
t way down in Florida and being aa great
r :
$ E.- E.- NAUCLlBi- Editor and Manager._ correct estimate and that we will become heralded throughout America as the I poor as the proverbial newspaper next generation t '

-- __ .... pot where funerals are few and far between. editor-bomb throwers and dynamit- Not only its industrial'and agricultural 'I
HOB8CRIPTION' RATES: On. oop, ono year_______.___ __ y
+ On* copy, mi*: montba._____...__.,t...> On. copy, thr*. months-.__,_._. .r. 0 .. 4 ers do not try to hold you up and you greatness but its development
get no blackhand letters commandingyou along the highest planes of indivdiual
,t'r All communication, *>:opt from our authorised correspondent, must b. May Encourage Dairy IndustryWith to place eleventy-teen thousand and public sanitation I.i to come when
? .i .iamd by the writer. dollars in a certain plaoe, under 'I' the boys now in knickerbockers and
i ,, a *ot.d _matter_will_not b..* returned unlei. ._.called for. alty of having/ your home blown the frills with their hair in braids,
a } :J (Itntered at the Poetoffloe In Kllmm.. Florida, a..oond-olw_ matter.. ) an ice cream factory beginning business in Ki simme there has been Lake Worth Herald. pen-I' shall have the direction of affair
1 _. renewed interest in this section's possibilities as a dairy country. Wide graz- -+- Those who arc doing the real workof
KHIDAY, MAKCki Zfl, 1015, Let it be understood that today, who are laying the foundations
ing pastures not far from our borders and the possibility of raising crops for
kt not "the poor man's paradise." What are the few, and the full appreciation -
''t 1 feed: have led enterprising citizens to point to the fact that to a great degree I we need to develop this state is. resourceful -I of their accomplishments is

p Let's Wake Up Kissimmee this business has been neglected.With : men of means, brainy men being; delayed by the barrier of precon* .

continued home patronage of the local ice cream factory there will .vith money; strong m.n possessed of ceivfd; notions inherited from unprog-
t .. JCissimmce sleeping her rights. -' demand t enough/ to enable\ them to make a I ancestry, by an indifferenceto
r', is on J hf> 1I s grea'- r for milk and a local market will be created which in
start in a country where conditions' the importance of scientific development
i ; f. She needs waking up I And you, no matter who you are, can help lo wake itself wiil urge some persons to enter into dairying as a business but it is not err entirely different from u'lything\ und the dcmli-ning idea that- ..

i her. Don't say you can't, for it is no one man's job to make a city and everyone only this trade which should give an impetus to the movement. 'n their, former, experience Milton "whiit was rood( enough' / for our fathers -

f of us must do our part. We have good transportation facilities to centers of population and wecould ;uzette. is (gored cnoiijjh'for/ us."

'r We have here more natural advantages to make a city than any otherS send out daily hundreds of dollars' worth of dairy products for which In those e times- when*;. the "high/ costf I como Not to yet realize has the the present at generation which the

town in this section of the state. That's one statement that all will admit there is always a steady demand. living" is exciting/ so much Iltl'n-I world is advancing/ pace under the lead of

Y r as self-evident truth. Again it is our natural advantages which stand out prominently in the lion it hardly seems possible that even I I scientific investigation, particularly in

f' But are we making the most of these advantages ? forefront. We have the acreage, we have the soil possibilities. We only need convicts can be adequately fed one the line of health and hygieive. If anyone
eifrhteen cents per day. Ware /glad I
the statement it is
Look about you and see what other cities are doing. Do you think they the menthe money and the cows to branch out into another and new indus- 'hat the sheriffs are goingto take questions to point out' the wide, prevalence sufficient --

i J have any more right or even as much to the results that are crowning then try which should bring a steady stream of wealth into our community.The this matter up at their m.'linherp/ I of diseases that are preventable,

efforts than we would have if the same efforts were made here. opportunity is here and it should not be long before it is seized upon. tomorrow. A prisoner's "bill of farc.'j to not.i- the insanitary surroundings in

,\ i Yes, we have done and are doing many things that deserve praise-many we nr.hope, will be adopted.tcula which men and women, otherwise of

I J things that are bringing our home city before the public eye as one of the When a city can raise $4,700 in fifteen minutes, that city need not fear -.e--- I ordinary live, when intelligence the medical, are content profession to

I '. ( nest places to live in all this great state of Florida. But are we doing all financial depression, European wars or any other pet hobby of the calamity hens A Punta has Gorda /girl with shows and proves the dangers and 4
account for
if that we could do? howler. That's what Kissimmee did last Sunday when the fund was raised to feed was bought/ at retail a lhirtY-fivt'1/ / the results of such living, to recall

: What has made Orlando, St. Petersburg Miami and a number of other lift th: debt of the Methodist church. were sold in local markets that I one-quarter of the children born
what First of all it has been militant 4 w I that the cost fourteen cents die before they are five years old, and
+, ,," cities in the state they are today ? a eggs a I one third never reach the twentieth
pmt among the people who had faith in the town they called home. But nextto Up in Orlando two original citizens have served notice on the world that II cents dozen a and dObt'n.-tkalu;sold at an av.'rllof Bunnrr.The / thirty vc-ur. These things are preventable,

l'I I that has been the fact that they invited visitors within their gates and saw their homes are not to be criticised for their architectural designs or for any but. It seems likely: that we in Florida

( to it that when the visitors came they were shown all the good points of their of their surroundings. On Orange avenue one resident has a small, neat sign I winter, which; is now drawing must wait+ for the next generation to

community with such a true southern hospitality that many of them decided hung over his door which reads : "IT SUITS ME." Just a little farther out to low a temperature close has not in witnessed 1 Floidll."i, \any there very, work out a ,radical t those change.Th.nfnre who are. to have

; I that Florida was a pretty good place to live. Many of them didn't go home, (lie street t another resident has a similar sign which reads : "WE LIKE IT." I have been a greater/ number of days I II diar-1! of alfaus( III the years to come,

; or if f they did. only to pack up their belongings and migrate southward again I on which an overcoat was need vi out ,hould) lie trained; ) for their resonsi-'

+ r a t to dwell. v Mayor May wants automobiles parked on side streets and not upon of dpors than for several veers The' 1 )bihties'',l The least thing the fathers
; i dogwood/ is now in bloom, however, and| mothers of today can do is to '
f Kissimmee, in plain words, is not getting her share of llie-se visitors Broadway. He is right. This maIn thoroughfare should be kepi open to the mockingbirds are sinking on moonlight \ stand' nut of the way and not hamper

: b' tourists if you will and as a result, although the city: is growing in a good, traffic and not blocked with cars standing at the curbs. Some system should nights/ and the pre-enl month II tins cdutatmn Th" greatest thing

,,I' ; substantial manner it is not growing at as rapid a rate as its natural advantages be evolved by the cily council lo require cars to be parked as they are in the will undoubtedly see I the laM day (nn I th,,y can lo is to urge it, to insist uponit
which an overcoat will lie ,'o"f"t'"I" (' ,, to pov"l.'I'Y facility that will
,. warrant in comparison with other cities named. larger cities, giving greater convenience to their owners and a freedom of
i 'in IhiI -ction until 'next fall. \tonnesvllle ;. mak" the fathers and mothers of by
rj f We have here the finest inland body of water in the slate of Florida. inovenvinl for other traffic. Sun. I and) 1\'. )iM-ttt-r and wiser and more

i v We have transportation facilities as good or better than any other inland city 4H. i-rTicu-nt;] I than they t themselves! are

I I in the slate. What we needs a more militant spirit among our people. More C. Stanford has a plan to drain (he northern section of the City and I When we look'r; some of"re.-I now.

1 i and better accommodations for the visitors who come here. More amusements relieve other sections from the o\erlow( of the big cypress swamps (Iher This i ly l-'lorida enough'newspapers runty, of'nwg,, business I duration:: in health matters should
/ advertising" be made, a part: of the (curriculum of
:, lor them when once they come within our borders. But we need most of all proposition will be brought up !before the meeting of the council and should (.011...."'.', to hint that thenin' .- 1 the eornmon M hool, of the high schoolall

yr .n organized effort/ to bring them here. l Ie adopted Hi? plan would necessitate the digging of another ditch, in that local business conceins in+ I itntimn \tie-" way from (the kmdergart

No matter what you may say. or how much you may wish to refute the section lo relieve the present drainage ditch, at a cost 1 of not lo exceed $1,000( {), in which they are,, publi- -dM l, sun to the cnllej'-e, Among the first ideasto
delw! hy some I'loiul.i 1I11."b"" < mn !I b. tiMi-d) t the. child's mind
in]' into
chargeFlorida is firs I and foremost a winter playground for tourists from the work to be done immediately. This scheme would not only solve a I plain about patioiia of the mail ,
: liould lie (that of K-anliness. Its re-
I the north. I It( has been history that those towns which have J progressed mot troublesome problem !but would furnish employment for quite a number of men. order houses The mail oat.-r houses lation to health should follow as .soon

v with the exception of natural commercial centers, have been the towns which advertiseMiami Metropolis.'" as it can In' compiehcnded.' The laws

z ,4 t1 went out systematically and brought visitors into then confines during the The Valley Gazette recently, along with other papers of the stale com- ]Hugh! Sparkman: of the IIaylonaJOUI of by sanitation, that should certain lie) studied dire I results I, .first

's [f." inter season. The tourist comes a tourist only. Properly treated and with mented unfavorably upon a scheme of a man by the name of Thomas to nal. says he /got about as near to are( likely. to follow certain w'onleon/ -
ak' the of the properly brought before him he becomes a millionaire i as he ev.-r expects. (to.He .
advantages community advertise Florida in an automobile tour. This man was freely called "Auto- (ditions and later the reasons for such
went to the baseball 'I
t i interested not only as a sight-s er, but as a prospective settler. If the arguments mobile Thomas." There happened to be m the state at that time the famous John I II Ho'kl'fl'Ilt'I.-Tavlor same (gameas aunty sequence' of cause and effect should

1 as ( both oral and ocular, are forcible enough he becomes a cll1./ n. originator of the Thomas automobile E. R. Thomaswho felt that this Herald.. lie explained. From early years evefl| "
child should be taught the important *
,1 r We want we need more citizens. We need men of money and means publicity might in some way reflect upon him. We take this opportunity of Every farmer-4'-and t trucker of Florida of 1 peisonal cleanliness, of clean hands

c who will become interested mentally, morally and financially in our community. Mating that he was not the Thomas meant( and trust that no one got the should plant more acreage in food and faces and teeth and finger-nails,

I; lo get them we must place our goods on the counter.. But we must do even impression that he was. products. If the food products for of clean clothes and of neat appear'*

more than that. We must- to speak in the more or less coarse terms of the 444 man can not be sold at a profit cotii--rl IIIH'('.
} a them into pork, beef and poultry It may be nrgued, that such training -
sideshow man-- ballyhoo to get a crowd in front of our place of business (the "The Slate::," published in Jacksonville came out last week with a double- For these there is always a paying I has no place in the school that

i. city) in order that we may show them what we have to offer. page editorial advocating the nomination of Montcalm Broward, brother of market. A Florida farmer should place t the t time should be devoted to mental

+ w We are in the reclining days of a tourist season and. it is none too early the late Napoleon B. Broward, as a candidate, for governor of Florida. The very little of his mont'yII u grucervstore development through the text-book.
for food for his home I Schools. reach their highest usefulness
: ,3' now to begin planning fpr another year Slate! declares that he is the man needsd to carry out\ many of the ideas of the all of which can be so easily, nearly grownon ) ;, .I when they best fit the pupil mentally

A We have butjo ask ourselves what have others done thai we have failed lat; governor. Among other things the State says: "Florida is now upon the your farm.Volusia ('0. Record. I and physically for the responsibiltiea

i ,, 7 to do. First, we have not gone out after the tourists as others have done. threshold of her greatest development. It is a period in her history when a O of life, whether it be through/ books,

t1', r We have not seen to it that Kissimmee was properly talked about among the clear intellect and courageous determination should infest the being of the The citrus growers of Florida ought I the gymnasium or object teaching
e' to all get/: together in the exchange./ I Practical I instruction in sanitationand
$ ti? # prospective visitors Those who have come here have not .found the entertainment chief executive.: It was Napoleon Brownard who directed attention to Florida, That would solve the problem of all health in the lower school grades ;'

that we should have given them. and it would be a fitting tribute to his memory for his brother to become fcrowers. If the exchange isn't what' has been demonstrated as wonderfully

','t; Have we any tourist headquarter where strangers from various section governor when the results of his work reach flood tide, as surely it will during it ought to be, make it so. Californiahas successful. No better illustration could ,

't of the country !may meet their friend> the next five co-operation among her growers, be desired than is furnished in Ocala I is
yean and it co-operation of high order where teacher has
a a woman, a organi i
t y.' Have we any register of visitor where other may locate those of their 000
and has made the growers rich. Flor- ized her young pupils into boards of, s',1
Nf iz acquaintance who may be here? The following from the Florida Metropolis might be taken home by any ida growers will have to come to some health, which, under the active man{ ;>

S ai d Have we any tennis courts, croquet grounds quoit grounds? number of other cities: "One trouble with most movements started in Jack- such organization sooner or later, or I agement of the children themselves individualworkers "''I
be bankrupted by the cut-throat through committees arid {!
Do we provide entertainments for our visitors? sonville is that they start in talk, and end in the same article. It has been ods that have been pursued meth-I have aroused a sentiment for

fc f Do we have band concerts? suggested thai if we don't improve our methods somewhat, and insert a little past, and are pursued now. Nothing I sanitary conditions that takes insan-

+t5! 'i _ Do we sometimes arrange automobile trips free of charge for the visitors? more cash and a little more action into our hot air. that our mixture will be big can be accomplished, excepting/ itary environments almost a disgrace. -.j

+ l Do we give them a free boat trip? too poor, and our carburetor will be put on the blink. It has also been sug- through. Florida co-operation and organization. I Imagine/ if you can, a lot medical of grownup -

5 t v far"' Have we planned a barbecue, a picnic a fair, or any other form of gested that if we don't show a little more of the spirit that does things, we Metropolis.* Floridians(for inside, outside it, fpr the that matter profession )- '"

r; amusement for them? shall wake up some fine morning, and look across the St. Johns river and see The legislature of Texas has just /getting together each week to discuss 1'

4it 7 Other cities have done these things and to speak in sordid terms of the the beautiful city of Tampa has grown up to the water that marks our southern passed Florida a will compulsory fall in 111'I"fore\education) law. health and sanitation, to devise ways i:

; Y,' + business- world, if you will, if not from the purely hospitable sense of host to municipal boundary. A certain amount of hoi air is good for a town--when I years. We need it. Taylor ('.many.unty'' and and public means hygiene to secure, and better then going personal out i'.

i4 L I his guests, they have found them paying investments. properly mixed with action and cash." "\ Herald. to enforce their plans by personal andcoiuerled .\
+ There is none who would say that Orlando, or Miami, or St. Petersburg, 444 -: effort.

,. } ai three great tourist centers, have any natural advantages that offset anythingwe L. If a hen were started in the egg-:/ Truly the hope of Florida is in the' ffuhu.
Judge J. Billingsley, of Miami, has a plan to make the state of !Florida producing business Florida,) every i
c have to offer here. On the other hand we have advantages that none of dry without the''expense of a statewide campaign. HIs scheme, which sounds lime, thc JutksonvdlMetropolis! says ,.. ;

3 these cilies can offer.Let's "Plant a lien," the land of Flower.-,
,' reasonable, will be brought before the legislature in a bill to be introducedsoon ] WIItI'AI'S FIJI THE. ADS
would have to her ,-
quite) give up gtliens.
look at the matter from a purely business standpoint. after the session in April begins. The main provision of the bill makes .-Miami Metropolis. '
I ".
i A recent news-story was printed by many papers in the state to the effect i all revenues from saloons payable :to the slate instead of counties and muni- I ,. hear I
4 s that St. Petersburg entertained this season between 20,000 and 25,000 VISItOrs.Let's According to the Jacksonville State, It is common lo a non-adver r
cipalities. Judge Billingsley believes that this would the of
t answer argument '
I Fons Hathaway, superintendent of I tising/ merchant Buy that he doesn'tIxlit've
suppose that there were only 20,000. "large' revenues" to communities from the liquor traffic and would force many public instruction in Duval county, has in advertising, but gives the I II
i 1rt'! :t', { Let's suppose that the average person of that 20,000 !pent only ten days sections to vote "dry"when the income of ihe counties and cities was cut off. been "approached" by friends! who I customer the benefit of the money he .

,, ,, in St. Petersburg. !It t is not unlikely that very few of them spent that short I "Dry"counties, where there are county courts are now compelled to incur want him to run for state superin saves" by not advertising. Let us '
'f It is than likely that the majority there for a month or tendent. Mr. Hathaway has been. ;gurocssful examine this statement and see how
t period. more were '
a it is claimed in order criminal I
: large expense, to try cases resulting from liquor in his school work and! is a much truth it contains. Judicious advertising 'i:;
ja more. But we will be conservative and say they averaged ten days each. being brought into said "dry" counties from counties which are "wet" and good politician, the main essential in sells more goods for the '

i The average man away from home for a good time spends from $5 to $10 in these counties it is believed the people would ask their legislators to vote landing a big job in Florida.Miami! merchant, turns' his stock quicker and

tt'' :,t per day. Suppose we lake the average at $750.Let's lor the proposed bill. Metropolis. I' makes it possible, by increasing the !:1 f
i do a little arithmetic problem. -- volume of business, to buy in bIgger vl v
I DOPE LAW NOW IN:' F.KFKCT.The : quantities and obtain a bigger dis-
s Twenty thousand persons spending $7.50 daily for ten days equal the count. I
J the Florida Press association is any I ncr..nlinthe/ volume of business -
v is 3, + s, monster sum of $1,500,000. I Letter than free one accorded the T.ab great increase in the use of the decreases the selling cost. A
I Don't you think that amount of money spent with the merchants the Said itetrion association it will bankrupt the habit-forming drugs/ and their, deleterious merchant will sell cheaper, if possible,

v ,1 f' i P a; hotels, the boarding houses, the restaurants etc., would be worth your while? city of Kissimmee to do the stunt for effect upon their victims, led I because he will then gain customers
they" showed the Lake Region peoplethe congress to enact a law to restrict from his competitors, and also increase -
P Let's take this into minds.and ponder it. About KissimmeeE.
subject II
our upon time of their young lives and that their sale. the demand as lowerin the
l t " Let's hear some suggestions from those to whom it appeals. day willIonj their memories. This measure, enacted last )December 'I price of an article places it within the

Let's plan to WAKE UP KISSIMMEE AND LEAD THE VAN OF TOURIST Let Kissimmee have the press gangin / provides in effect that on and reach of a larger percentage of the r.
E. Naugle, of the Kiasimmee after March 1, 1915, no dealer shall
a TOWNS NEXT SEASON. 1916 by all means The city i is I people and is thus a stimulant to
;' Valley Gazette! spent a few hours in centrally located and can easily take be allowed to sell or give away -habit- trade. '
4 Orlando today, and paid the ReporterStar care of the multitude.Sanford Her forming drugs without a physician's The price of a commodity is lowered ,
a pleasant call. Mr. Naugle ia ald. prescription; or direct instructions ofa and the quality is bettered through the I
4 Unfair to KissimmeeWe an accomplished newspaper man andis -+-- physician. Drugs thus placed under medium of advertising. Take the au- ,\11tpmobile
; y work the V.-G. felt.
makinghis on the ban are opium, cocoa leavesor ; as an illustration. AdverI
Kissimmee wants the State Press p.
lie has fallen in love with Kissimmee compound, manufacture salt '.
any Using has made busi-
of Kissimmee only want just dues from the outside world, but and is enthusiastic boosterfor association meeting in 1B16. That the automobile
our already, an derivative or preparation made from ne s. It 1 cvercame the prejudice that >|
beautiful Miami close ,
insist the town.-Orlando ReporterStar. city gave a race such drugs. Remedies which contain {
that I
we must upon. at the vice-president's in Jo't.I I existed against the machine and
' meeting
.i The occasion of this remark i is found in two printed articles which have -00- Myers and we say meet there in 1916. more than two grains of opium, or created a demand that enabled the I

t: come under our gaze within the last fortnight. One of them is an advertising Florida can come right to the front KisFimmee'g hospitality is only overshadowed more than one-fourth of a grain of factories to increase output and cut 11
'r morphine, or one-eighth of grainof the '
card out by hotel in Jacksonville. The other is the "vital with anythingthat's ordered. Note by its attractions.-Zolfo heroin a / selling price to less than 60 per '
gotten a statistics"I I I thousand rabbits Truth. or one grain codeine are cent of what it was a few \I
Iu report of the board of health. The former gives Kissimmee's as the from shipment Kissimmee of to a St. Louis a few _* included in the list of narcotics which It is,. readily seen that the cone B
and the other be in mail better down "esti- cannot be dispensed in any manner does not for !'
2,500 just to a degree sets our dayr ago. At four cents a head, it is pay
SEEMS TO BE THE CASE. unless specifically ordered by a phy- advertiser! sells the non- t*
six dollars cheaper than
mated population" in 1914 at 2593. said one man a
sician. A special tax of $1 a advertiser. I
td'e', Ask anybody who knows, and he will tell you that there are well over day bringing in the bunnies Florida With -+- must be paid from March 1 by all per- If the consumer does not pay fort- I
v Rabbit
"_ U lOuis who live and have their within the limits of Br er so numerous, can Yesterday Pavlowa danced to a ', who sell or such drugs. I
5.000 ,.eat being corporate wiggle her fingers at the meat bust.Uade I. ions dispense the advertising who does pay" ? Its: |-
i? Kissimmee. We could probably overlook the advertising card issued in a City Banner. $3,000 house at St. Petersburg! in the Any person who fails to comply with cannot. be the advertiser as ..dvertis-t\|/
afternoon and $3,500'house at Tampa the requirements of the law is sub-
', T its information traveler but the official -+-- a ing increases his sales, decreasesselling his;,l'
ft' Haphazard manner, giving alleged to The Reporter-Star is In favor of in the. evening. Chautaaquas: at ject to a fine of not more than $2,000or cost and increases his profits.-If 1
to r., Record* four state board of health bear the stamp of a.. public 'document and. Kiasimmee for the. next meeting of Tampa and St. Petersburg; couldn't imprisonment for a term of five. The advertiser doesn't because ad- | '
i i Uioiiid he'll trifle"'more ccuratethis'much can' be aid. however.foir the I the Florida Prssa association and in raise. $3,000 with two weeks of "cul', years, or ,both.Congress vertising pays him'I }
k ''' alsb l this the Beral-k ; The aple idld ture" entertainment when..the..populapsv appropriated 150,000 to Then who advertising I :
.g' '. t>oard of health, it ha been' inaccurate with the populationofother cities f I agrees. T pays {or .tbe ;
.5..._ 'S' fit make' fight put up b>\ KissimmeelaBf, rear was sandbagged Into buying tickets be i1spe.r.e4'1. >y,..the 'commissioner of The non-advertiar.pays for the .id,-;:ft
But they hav"already seen to an outcry. f>i ii old ha>. wcnher the place,ohry:a and the newspapers gave; up-1":a In re nue to 'Cnforce the new vertising done by his advertising com-fl'J
i i. 0'" Ir'fr4ttftr elebrNtr'feepttladbbirun. tls.ey.fawwr: nm"-11 fe' _", number' of, delegates! *had' pledged l thousand dollar worth of apace free law. petitors. AH business that he l IOI**i| *
: '- } ,: .i., v' -The''proud boast of Kistimmee hat been that K was the healthiest spot' to Miami the year, before. of charge for the "good of the cause." o to his advertising,competitors is patTof a
"', ha I Been the healthiest the whol. of Now it. ia Klssimmee'a turn and wa Culture may be all right but a display The introduction or electricity for the price h non-adver-. '
Fl \ jg., Florid* and by, torn it >> called in in the South pay*; .The ,
: : ] to African
'rl hop>Mo hcve the ;pUasur of greeting .- of leg properly geared sensuous power gold min User and the eaeh to ;
, ., :;,+;America; The'figures !given b7. the board of,health state that there were in 4| those (\bis>. heartd people la the music will draw the money ing business baa reduced the amountof proportion poor,, for advertiser,the ads! of' tbe J J1 ''

'1:" { U. both whit, < and colored., fifteen deaths' in Kissimmee; during 1914. giving. ..:year 1916.. : .if th.:,welcome acocrc-ed very tim*.--Clearwate -8un. tuberculosis among the miners. 1 rood adnrt pay ez'-SQ"anD"' Democrat
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I : : court .Judge of probate,.for 'all.J'' :v''4

g. :ni6inse ': ,- deoeoesdr discharge .aa.d"th5i admlniaVatoXbf<- % ."S _R.tnr.Lohr..... More .Fruit: Rates, A re . HARRIET ADAMS/ :, M.c. 0J / -

IF I T g.PntaixiIs: Methcal: Quali&s I will pre.est'to, aajdr oourt nr Baal. \ '-;. > -

1 I I avooounts for their as administrator approval. o< said estate PHYSICIAN and SURGEON

:: ; J I .....'-. ,Dated January;. .. 1..A.WlLXJAM I).. *1t1r.WRIt Reduced to-Many; Points "Office: at Resldenoo 41 Bounett.

1. ;:::: 'Cultivation'"of tva plant gInseng .a CrnII 'Oosirt f..
", ',, attracted wide .fail''VI....* e f th. State .. Ftortte. ; I \ i "
: .years'ago-. attention. is) ... .... Osesjefa.Ceaurty. Jr OT'CIII. The result of the work on the part L .:'" : t ---.
I'I I Almost every publication in the Im, 4'hemimrri .. Notice Is ''.r.b,. pivots that a Meet- of the Florida Growers and ,
United State had something say nil ..' Q.... ........ nig of the toekholder of Tb. Waters Shipper I nature- under way and a* a matterof THRASHER
league, at Orlando Fla.,, in making a
in regard to It. Lydia Butler Jc Carson Grocery Company hereby Information to it members which ,
, called. beheld at the town of KIs- systematic; check of all perishablerate
Th. moat extensive: and.acceaaful Charles B. Campbell.. Anna. D. Babbit. : .Imm_ Florida on the 20th day of from Florida to the markets so U ao essential to their welfare, will SHEET METAL WORZEB .
1 cultivation this plant I. by the Ko Robert C. Walter B. Denny April. A. D. 18i$,. to provide for the as to Inconsistencies mak. similar announcement as this
remove and
,>. Julia ; Increase of the capital stock of said many i from time Steel Ceiling '
: agriculturists, being their most Denny, the aforesaid$ parties Corporation Jo Ono Hundred Thousand discriminations a* recently alluded to to time._. a Specialty}:

Ii'''ff valuable species of product this plant for. export.was discovered The wild heirs, respondent at law of belnc Charles descendants O. Campbell and and to further no-100 amend<$100O the 0.00)Charter Dollars of, said and by Chairman Ilarlan J of the Interstate ie. ..00. .f .eeeeoe:< 'Phone 14 -R KiMlBaai' **. F1 V' I ,,

deceased; and all other parties claim, Corporation so that It shall read .. Commerce commission aa constituting
"fIr. In Canada' and the' most northern of In* Interests In the lands In this Bill stated below. the underlying reasons for so much DRills AND MORTGAGES ,

i 1 the eastern and central states of this de.orlbed under the .Id Charles O. C. A', CARSON. President dissatisfaction in the entire rat fabric ,
Campbell deceased or otherwise and N. C. BRYAN. DR. J. W.
! j. country. At first it wag harvested Emma F. R. Campbell, sole surviving Secretary.I'ROPOSKD of this country I i. unquestionably .. .... . .. .. .. . .. SIMPSON

I by the Indiana and to a limited extent devisee of C. 8. Hart deceased. R*- having the desired effect. Recentlywe The following legal papers have

! ; was cultivated by them in a primitive ...pond..ntLORDER CHARTEROF : announced the efforts being made been fl'ed in the office of County e DENTIST

manner. The white settlers soon OF FVBLICATlOlf. by the league alone these' lines, and Clerk J. Lh Overstreet during the pas Upstairs in Katz Building

leanred of its medicinal properties and THE WATERS CARSON GROCERY from time to time have given pub- week: Office Hours: t a. .... te If B*.

used it as a domestic remedy. To It All appearing Whom ,It from May the Concern sworn: Bill of COMPANY licity to the achievements of that organization Lott'e M. Hart et .1, to E. F. Tuck- Telephone No Ti 1:10 to'Jan.Slyri I:" p. _,. '

, Some forty years ago it found its Complaint filed. In this cause, that there. ARTICLE) I. for the benefit of our or; warranty deed.

way into the oriental market. The are persons Interested In the property] growers and shippers. Advices have Osceola Journal to F. W. Hill. -
of shall
/price at that time was low. Some known Involved Respondents In this suit, other than the be The The name Waters *the Carson corporation Urocery Company I just reached us of the following reductions mortgage. DR. W. W. CARSON

J twenty years ago the price advancedto names of such persons: and so Interested that. the , rlI principal lr'f: of business in rates on citrus fruits and Nellie N. Chase to William P. 4
the value atone are unknown be In the Klsslmmee. Carloads from Jacksonville Lynch satisfaction) .
$10 a pound export to the Complainant: and i Osceola county / Florida. with pineapple., mortgage. DENTIST

.' time reaching: over $2,000,000 per Complaint that relief Is prayed In said Bill of branch offices In such place or places Fla., for use in making through Weston Bailey to Mary A. Bailey; Office over Pilley Building

annum. ; against sflch unknown Respondents .- I In the state of FlorIda. and other placesIn rates from Florida shipping points: warranty deed.Semlnole Office Hours .
: -It. 1-s
Its cultivation assumed such pro- It Is therefore, ordered. That all the as United the Directors States or may In foreign determine countries Salt Lake City Utah. Land Investment Co. Office 'Phone Kt Residence .P..... If .

portions that the United States department parties claiming' an Interest In and to to John Rudlsell; warranty deed. Gas Administered for Extraction .( .
the following described property sit. ARTICLE II. Effective March 9, rate per box of Teeth ,e.;. .,
of agriculture took the matter tinted In the County of Osceola and The "general. nature of the businessto eighty pounds was made $1.40 instead Seminole Land 4k Investment Co. ,
and of State be transacted by said corporation, to Mrs. Irena RudlsllI --
up spent quite a sum moneyin of Florida to-wIt: ; warranty
shall I be to buy, sell and deal In arocer- of $1.44. This means a reduction of .
experimenting with its cultivation Lot three .of Block "A" ofV. A. hardware and all kindsof deed.A. DR. H. S. GEIGER ;
Patrick and :T. P. lea, dry Roods S12.00 on a minimum car of 300 boxes. _
and issued bulletins of instruction to the town of Klnslmmee City Addition Os merchandise..ta buy. sell The league is now in correspondencewith Rose, et al, to James M. John

S. citizens in encouragement of its cultivation ceola County Florida. according. Reneral and real develop estate lands business and conduot and to a the railroads to make a corresponding ston quit claim deed. PHYSICIAN,.nd SURGEON .

, as an agricultural product. the the Plat office of of said Addition on lie In buy and sell lands for Its own account rate to Ogden Utah which is Charles W. Dann, et al, to Arthur Citizen Bank Building k
, The demand for these instructions be-' the Clerk of the Circuit and on commission, to build on. E. Donegal ; warranty deed.
Court for Orange and lands own a prominent distributing! point in that Klsslmmee, p l*.
came so great that the department which said; County the rdntr'ng: dr\.I"UOp; : tI'develop, ., to manufacture section. It is intermediate with Salt semInole Land Investment Co. Phones: Office 19 T or <4

issued a bulletin stating that if the were at said date of flllnir said Plat, lumber timber naval stores, crosstlns.turpentine Lake City and should be given the to J. W. Jaycox; warranty deed. Residence 141 ,,14-ly'
a part, said lot lying In the Southeast timber and to
same care and attsntion were appliedto Seminole Land Investment Co.
quiirtor of the Southeast quar leane, hire:(own and act as broker, factor same
most any other plant or cereal the ter of Hectlon Twenty-one of Township or In the purchase sale, la- and Rochester Minn. to Mrs. E. A. Painter; warranty deed. V

name would yield a" much value as the Twenty-flvn South. Range manufacture'I.n disposition :of realproperty Effective April 8, rate per box of Calvin Platt to Brevard Co. State T. M. RIVERS. M.D. !
Twenty-nine Kast of thereof and
ginsend plant. Tallahassee and products eighty pounds will be made sixty-six Bank; chattel mortgage.
,\ Meridian. Osreola County Florida. commodities. Roods wares and merchandise PHYSICIAN
Owing to the fact thafthe length of do appi;ar to the Complainant's Bill of of every kind In..ludln."v..1 cents in place of the present rate of Lewis Shiver to Calvin Platt; satisfaction and SURGEON

time required to develop it to maturity Complaint herein filed on or before tHe I stores, blacksmith's 1 and coppers tools seventy-seven. and two-tenths. Theseare mortgage. Office
i Osceola
7th dRY of April A 1)., 1915; .I.! <. the and Implements and sawmill tools and over Pharmacy '
-it takes eighteen months for the important jobbing centers and the Paul S. Casmire et al! to March E.
aid Bill will and 'Phon.
be taken as confessed Implements of all sorts to operate Residence IS
Reed to germinate after which four And It Is further ordered that this conduct sawmills, planltiMT mills and all reduction which amounts to $33.60( Swanson wararnty deed. Office 14*. . .

years are necessary for the roots to order be published once a week. for hunlncHs ijwldent thereto to buy raise minimum car, was acocmpanied by the W. A. McCool et al to O. T. Collins t

mature-the wild species growing in twelve consecutive weeks In the Val and sell cattle and livestock of all league calling to the attention of the ; warranty deed.
Icy Uasette, a newspaper published In kinds, to purchase deal In beef and
this country or the same domesticated I aid County of Osceola State of Flor- beef products; to own. hold and sell I' railroads the fact that the present O. T. Collins to Owen McCabe; H. D. GEIGERATTORNEY.ATLAW

it is thought will not reach the value Ida. and of general circulation In said lands for pasture and cattle raiiKe. to rates exceeded rates to more distant wararnty deed.

, for medicinal use equal to that .of the County.Witness the Honorable Jamas own.docks operate, wharves lease hire elevators use and, presses.Innks maintain . markets and were therefore in contra- T. C. DeJean et al to E. W. Fewox:,

; Korean either grown in Korea or Perkins Judge of Bald Court. and my W. and storage facilities of everykind vention with the act to regulate commerce warranty deed. .

America. There has been some of name .. Clerk thereof and the official and to I.Velf.rohnatdt.n10:0: in the matter of thel ong and Z. T. Riles to Esther O. Barclay;
the Korean into this seal of said Circuit Court. this the Sth therefrom; to buy Its short haul phase. Heretofore through warranty deed.William State Bank Building .'.
species imported
own account or on commission turpentine -
day of January A. D., 1BI6. V'.....___.. .
country and is now under successful (Official Seal Circuit Court ) rosin and all kinds of naval rates were not published to these particular Bronson et al to Esther ,.i

cultivation.The J. L. OVKRSTRKKT. ucts tores, ,to timber operate and stills agricultural and machineryfor prod markets and they had to be O. Barclay; warranty deed.

root of this plant has its peculiar JOHNSTON Clerk Circuit Court. the manufacture of naval stores made up on combination of locals Esther O. Barclay to Peter Hillman DLCL.HYATIPHYSICIAN

attributes different from any other Solicitors A for GARRETT Complainantllt products of every description, to erect which is a very unsatisfactory methodof e"t al; warranty deed.

roots. In the first place it will\ not and the Moraite maintain of tanks naval and stores warehouses and cotton for determining our Crates.' owing to F. M. Williamson to L. M. Kenton; and SURGEON

grow successfully and mature in any MA YO"'M CIKX-I.AMATION. and other products and to Issue stor- I the delay involved in obtaining them warranty deed.

.oil that is not thoroughly impregnated -I Under and II>y virtue nf.ylohr'' power age .or warehouse receipts against thesame. and the uncertainty of their correctness Arthur E. Donegan to J. M. Han- Klsslmmee, Fla.
vented In me, R May, ', of KIs- to compound and refine oils to 'Phones Office
with phosphorus. It has been demonstrated iilmiiiee. City. Florida, do hereby an- manufacture own. buy sell and deal In to say nothing of the over- sell ; quit claim deed.

that the practical way is hour'. proclaim and declare that an I larrelH. hendlntcs, staves .stills sup-I charges that usually occur. Florida Drained Land Co. to Ell 14t J.a
. to replenish the soil continuously by I ,In'I lection. will I".- held at the city hall. I illes. and materials of similar kinds: Crawford Neb. Roberts; warranty deed. '")
city. during the legal hours of to buy. sell and deal In Krocerles. dry
8. the box will
: April rate
I leaf mold and liberal of wood '(,,iflg. on Saturday
a supply the 27th day of goods. hardware and all kinds of merhandlse. :
ash, the beech wood yielding the best March A I. 1S15. for the. purpose of ,' to build buy. sell, I......... be $1.32. No'through rate has been :00000000000000000000.000: GEO. F. PARKERATTORNEYATLAW
ItfthiK( the following officers to serve manage, own. e< nt ml. hire, charter published to this point in the past.
wood ash for the purpose. a lei m of one >enr viaone vessels., tramwa '.. railways.tridges. .
t or operate > The league in checking this rate, 'O' NEW HUITH FILED .
The growers' generally, as well as MayorOne Hunters, engines, cars or othervehicles
Clerk. finds that it should have been .
of of published -
or means transportation *
the United
government's atten- Collections and '
one MarnhaJ And Tax Collector. he products of property held owned $1. nine OOOOOOOII"'I""fOOOOO"The Conveyance
, ?36. or approximately
tion is attracted its commercial One Treaaurer
.. by and controlled or manufactured by
following suits have been filedIn
Also to nerve for cents less ($27.00 a minimum car), Specialties ,
a term or two
value exported generally to China. aid company or other persons or corpora -
.1 three members of the city COUTH. .(.l tlon In connection with the business and has requested the compiler of the the circuit court: 111 1-1 .
.r The plant in that country -it is reported I hereby appoint II N lira ton. K of this company. but not to use Florida orange-pineapple tariff to O. K.] Southard. Sr.. and G., E. BroadwayG.
I existed and been used by the O Vans Aicnew. J W l.llley an ins1,0c.tore aid of transportation for the
; Jr.
; Southard partners doing
It mid J. W Trentls as clerk of said business of make the necessary correction at the
Chinese; medicine well purpose of doing the a
, people as a as election.In' ommon carrier to raise produce, buy. earliest date practicable. This empha- ness as SoutVard Contracting, vs. F. KRIBBSAiTORNEYATLAW

:, as for other purposes for the last 400 set my witness hand whereof I have hereunto sell. exchange and deal In trees plants.shruis. sizes the necessity of making a thor- Pennsylvania OH Company, a Flor-
as of
major said cltv and
years. ', caused the seal I of said city to be hererntn vegetable. cereals products and any and and citrus all fruits.kindsf ough check of our rates such as be- ida corporat'on aiisurnpslt damages,

Some of the producers of this wonderful A. n.affixed 1916.Atlt..t this 26th day of February fruit trees hay and grain and to doa fore stated the league has set aboutto 11.00. Lewis O'Bryan attorney for Kxamlnatlon of Titles a Specialty. k.
plant and root who were engaged ,
general nursery business to contruct. do. plaintiffs. NotlrfcaUon and
Payment of
tasoa *
.- some twenty years in practice Mayor of Klnslmmee II R MAY.Cltv .. erect operate and maintain apacking Janesvill. Wis. J. llewlns vs. Southern Coloni- non-residents riven oareful o ...'

1 of pharmacy and study of medicine Seal J. R. UIL.HKKT, City Clerk canning fnctorv house or for packing fruits, houses meats and andeKetables The new rate has been made sixty- zation company; civil action ; damages attention. ,t.

: inaugurated an investigatoin to as- ( ) 10-61 of ail kinds to produce buy six cents_ per box. For a_ long time 5000. Dickinson A Dickinson Klsslrame. Fla. f
& certain its medicinal worth. The first or otherwise acquire and sell or othl-r-
NOTICE FOR IIMCATION. have had to $12.60 minimum for p'aintlff.
shippers attorneys
wise dispose of the products of such pay Pat Johnston; a P. Oanwt
I feature ascertained was its self-pre ( Pebll.krr.) lacking or canning factory or fac- car in excess of the sixtysixcent CJounty Court. _ _

1 servative qualities while many roots Herlal No. 08487 torI.... packing house or packinghouses rate. For some reason the Wis- The following suits have been filed JOHNSTON a: GARRETT 'J
Repartsaeat of <.. Islrrior. ; to subscribe for, purchase, re- ,, _ _
and in fact the ,
herbs major portion
: consin lines did not see fit to comply in the county court: 4 .
V. .. calve I hold for Investment or >
S I and own
! Office at ATTORNEY-AT-LAW .
I are unable to resist the attack of destructive March 11. 1816. Gainesville, Fla,. otherwise .sell. and dispose Ckf..nh':: with the spirit of an order promulgate C. W. Dann chairman vs L. T. .)< _ _

insects and the natural life Notice Is hereby given that John W. dvancements upon .. !; by the Interstate Commerce Forlaw and M. L.. Marcus dolgn Office 10, 11 and 12 CitizenS Bank
short and difficult maintain Campbell, of LouKhman. bonds. securities or obligations of other J
is to Florida
I Very who. commission several years ago and it Building "
on February 18. lilo. made; orporatlons whatsoever wherever 10- business as Progressive AdvertisingCo. V >>
Homestead i\
the reliability of the uniformity Entry. No. 0 48T. for NB 1-4 of SB 1-4 ated. originated or engaged In or pur. was not until the league brought the Assumpslt damages $100. John- Klaslmme. ..... _ _
of the medicinal qualities. It is there- and SB 1-4 of NH1,4, section; 85. township suIng any on. or more kinds of business matter to their attention awhile back ston 4fc Garrett. attorney for plain- _.
fore necessary to extract the medi- 26 South. range 27 East. Tallahas I purpose or objects Indicatedherein that they consented to remove the dis. ..
see Meridian bar r.led notice of Inten : or owning holding any prop- Louis C. Massey T.j Pletea Warttnr
?'"J.' inal properties of the major part of Ion to make flye-year. proof, to estab tlrty of any kind mentioned herein or crimination. In such cases it has been tiff.South Florida ,Lumber Company Late Counsel for Judge *f t.../ ..

i roots and herbs generally used a* .1 llsh claim to) >rie land above described any corporation owning or holding the disposition of the commission to a Florida corporation vs. J. C. Crip- Fla. R. R. Corn... ',Criminal Oowrt. .
In order obtain before clerW/of circuit court tocks or obligations of any such cor- .
medicine. to the medicinal at Kls .

informal MASSEY
I\ award reparation upon. an &WARLOW.L'. )
\> slmmee. Florida on the S9th day of oratlon and, whIle the owners or pen assumpelt damages $160; John- :
r properties of these herbs and I April. 1816.Claimant. holders of any p4cks. bonds or obllira- presentation of claims. ston & Garrett attorneys for plain ATTORNEYS and COUNSELLORS '
'I. Toots it is necessary to perform the names as witnesses: Ho- (lon.. to rxertfrnS all the rights po.era ... Deadwood. S. D. .
of in Pure O Hancock of ouirhman.. Florida and prlvl eK' of ownership' thereof tiff. AT LAW .. '
making extracts liquids -
process A new rate of $1.556 per box will Practice In all "",
I Clem T Sullivan of LnuKhman and to exVrclie all and any votlnRowors the court of the State
. solids and resinoids. l'irldn.V .... Sullivan of Kouxhrnan., thereof to sell xtnortRaire, sublet take effect on April 8. There has beenno Both fine lace and strong ropes are and of the United fltatea also befoo> "" .

But the ginseng roots are entirely *lorl ,, ;
rna Florida of the Interstate Commerce
property this coXporatlon or any Commt.et_
in this while most of
respect I ROBERT ,V. I1AV1S. part thereof wllU'and/ to Invest the point and in lieu thereof various combinations Sweden nettles are cultivated for cat 11-14 Charleston Bid*;. 7 :'y
the leading pharmaceutical establishments 11I.51a; Regldler, proceeds at pisupfand In such man- of rates have been quotedthe tie fodder. Orlando, Fla. '.-1' t.
are making elixirs of ginseng er as may brt dyermlned Dy- shippers.
with SAI.K HV IIKAI. ESTATE OF aws.: to condttct/anv part 'll1t"b ;- ,
and most usually combining it I Montana Common Points.As NOTICH FOil nil> ,'"
I 1)I t.'IoOENT. n.F-IIS and to hitre offices and agencies
other substances and the same is being j I Hy virtue arid to emploV officers and aRfnts atsuch a result of a long-drawn out battle I '
of an order issued by the Healed bid. will b. received by the. DR. M. J. HICKS I; \
prescribed by physicians in the United i county Indite of Oaceula county. Flor places In this state and other initiated by the Montana jobbers hoard of county commissioners of Osceola -
States. It has been demonstrated that I' Ida. authorizing: me thereto. I will offer ptate. or foreign countries as may ber and assisted by the Florida railroad county. at their next. regular t
at public sale. at the door of the ,'.ulslte or necessary for the carry- meeiing April 5. 1816 new roof PHYSICIAN
on a and
the most to the full I I SURGEON .
pratcical way get i courthouse In Klnalmmep. Florida. during log on of said business or furthering, commission and certain shipping interests for the court house bloder. to furnish ;
benefit of the medicinal properties of j i the hours of legal Hale on next the needs of said corporation. said nec- in the state, which proceedingswere all material which 11 be of the. belt
I leiml finle d.. '. .inltv to be determined In the dlncre- Office State Bank BuildingPhones i 0.:
the ginseng root is to administer it ] ) to-wlt Monday April instituted before the league add- grade of old, atyleXtln. (forty pound
Gth 1916. the Uon and judgment of the board of dlectors. '
following described real I coating palntidXSoth sides with best : Office 41Residence .
in form combined ,
a powdered only i-ntatH Bltimte In Klnolmmee. Uscnola to receive payment for capl- ed its traffic department the Interstate grade of red roei paint l and underlaidaround 40 N
with another substance that is compatible I c'nunty; Florida I to clone un the estateof tel stock subscribed for In money or inlrnlperty. Commerce commission few the edjfa with a 86-Inch trip of 1 'f'
and an aid in its beneficial W H Farmer, dcudnscd to-wlt: labor or services at a Just I decision. waterproof & old roof and .
All of lot three St/fend the north half valuation thereof In the discretion orJud..m..nt days ago handed down a repair the :nnm'hr necesiary :
.,tf ects. of l lot two (2) of rfock "<:" of VNea1 of the Hoard ot Directors to While it was not an favorable as con- remove rubbish from yard. make such ..'tI
The question would naturally arisein & Oahorn's addition with the well and ...take contracts of any kinds whatsover templated in the complaint yet it carried repair on the steeple a* may ba necessary J. W. THOMPSON ..FtJ
I water ea..eme.nt ,(".' for the furtherance of Its .
belonirlnK. but purposes
the lay mind as well as that of reduction of 10.8 cents and connect all gutters In perfect :\1>"
subject to a bertaln or business Including a t per '"
BRreements -
mortgage for shape, and guarantee roof not to
the physican as to what this substance II."00 00 wlfhXne accrued Interest. or contracts between the said box on oranges, as well as reductionin leak for a period of ten years Hoard ;

is that so thoroughly resists Also lots seven (7). ten ((10). tileven corporation and Individual. or other the minimum weight from 26,000to reserves right to accept or reject any FUNERAL DIRECTOR \
the attacks of destructive insects and ( I Ij n. fourteen (14) and (23) ofV H orporatlons In any of the lines of or all bids I ',
I Farmers subdlvlnlon of lot seventy- business of this corporation to do any 24,000 pounds. The rate For further. Information see J. K .
extends the longevity of the root when nine. of the Florida Land & Improve- and all things that are or may be established by the commission is $1.30 Overstreet. clerk. l4t and ;
properly grown and harvested.It m* nt 1'0'a addition.i necessary or proper to be done for the box from Jacksonville as basis ..(
i I Terms announced on day of sale. furtherance of the purposes of this per .
is reasoning that from the '
a F < corporation or for carrying Info offe I for making through rates and will oooooooooooooo..ooooooo.I EMBALMER
__y fact that this plant will not grow in 'I 1-41 I Commissioner. the powers herein vrant'd.ARTICLE apply on oranges and grapefruit in l
other soil that is not thoroughly I IIIu..h".h .
any impregnated with leaf mold that gives MOTH OK MINHTHATOH. ?: capital' stock of the corpora- straight carloads or in mixed carloads I M. TILLER i Store and Chapel, Stewart AT.
For KI..I Utsrhsrsje.) be One Hundred Thousand minimum 24,000 pounds. Same ,t $
off phosphorus the root takes up in its and no-100 Dollars, to he divided Intone must be made effective not later than '.
natural manner this phosphorus and I. I'o.rt of COMB!? J.d.... State of ( Thousand shares of the par value. 3 and remain in effect i Real [stateAgency. I Klsslmmee. Fla .:J,.
scientists tell that human Florida. <>.cols (J....,... of One Hundred Dollars each. April perma.Antltr ; i .I'
). an average !. re Estate mt ARTICLE IV. .. iinl..l. ordered changed bv the SflflflflfltflflsflaflflflflRealty I d' ',
n -- '
being to be in a healthy condition Peter (lullas The term for which this commission.;; I ; The Montana jobbing' t ,0
should contain at least two ounces of Notice Is .. l.FIenih all whom tlon shall exist shall be .. rorr.ora-I therein Billings bought and sold
It points involved are When In Need of
may concern 4th day of ARTICLE V. a
phosphorus by weight. This being September A. f>V 19M, I shall apply to The officers of this corporation shall Butte. Helena and Great Falls. E. C. House rented.

the case all acknowledge that phosphorus the Honorabl TJ M. Murphy. Judge ofsaid h.. a President a Vice-President. a Hoskins traffic manager of the Taxes paid and Titles verified VETERINARY SURGEON .
obtained from the vegetable court as Judge of probate, for lecretary a Treasurer and a Boardof -Call Fol'- p
flnal dlccharire asitdmlnlitrator I of the not less than three nor more than league was in Jacksonville yesterday for non-residents.
, kingdom is more compatible to the estate of I'eter/ ( ullas. deceased of the membersand
: and nine Directors The offices of Secreary conferring with some ; :. '
r human body and more of an affinity that at the samtime I will present tothe and Treasurer may be one other interests concerning the effect Fire Life and Accident 1surance A. F. RICHMOND

. than that obtained from the mineral said court my Anal accounts s>s and the same person The .t'od of
administrator of said estate. and ask Directors shall b.. selected at the an- of the order, which means lower Horse Clipped. II and up. ,
kingdom.We for their appro"al.D.t..d foal stockholders meeting. to be held rates to Montana than to a lot of Indemnity Bonds. fE. I
ask every person this questionin March 4. A. n.. HIS In the city of Klsslmmee. Osceolaounty. points in the Dakotas and Nebraska, Loughman Road

this day of evolution in the medi- oa-mo-for-4mo-11 N.Administrator.C. BRYAN Florida, on the third Monday In to which the haul is much less although Phone 111-1 Klsslrame, V1.. ,
January__ ftf each v **r
dnal world whereby the of all nn U
'A'RTIiLF:: : VI. the rates are. higher.: If the
medicine contalnln&.lcohol., opiates, NOTICH TO CREDITORS. The highest amount of Indebtedness rates to Montana that have been prescribed '
cocaine and other dangerous drughabitforming' to which this corporation shall at anyme ERNEST L. GREEN
substances has I. Comrt .r ... Cmajtr J"..e, Sts4f subject Itself shall be Two Hundred by the commission are equitable .
practically FlorIda 01. Comely. and Fifty Thouaand Dollars there are a lot of contiguous Sip Writer and
I resulted in the enactment by In re Relate of Milton 8. Cowger. (250000.00. ll-6t points that are not so at present and DeeortivpPAInter

. the national government of laws prohibiting To all creditors leratevs. distributees. the league will likely make the "
: the use of these drugs and nadnd'.I1.: persons havlna; claims or de NOT1CK FOR "(IRLICATIO very before the Interstate I I : .
whole issue
matter -
J, medicines only in a certain prescribed said estate: Commerce an :
Tou and each. of/you are herebynotifled Serial No 0 J07nrffrttmrmt
Arcadia e
manner. Enterprise.A
of th. railroadsin ,
and required to present any exhaustive handling
.( ... .
I claims and demands which you. or the northwest is not productive of
"spare" plum pudding, cooked and either of. you. nftay have against theestate 8 Land Office at Oalnesvllle. Fla, P. A. Vans Agnew W. B. Crawforel
what be sought. In fairness ,
of Milton f. Cowxer.[ deceased March 20. 1.I6. may
put away should on no account be late of Oiceola oounty, Florida to the Notice I. hereby given that William to the Florida railroads it should be VANS
I reboiled; steam it. Vary the up-and- undersigned administrator of said estate H. Bronson. of Orange Center. Florida. stated here that they are in no wise AGNEW ft CRAWFORDATTORNBYATLAW ,
I'' down cut for one straight across the ,. within two year from the date who. on January 11, 1910. made Home-
for the
this hereof.Dated. stead Entry. No. 0 J07. for 8 I-I of responsible prevailing ,
For second
top. a appearance February *. A. D. ItlB.J. has been
the the
NE 1-4. NH 1,4 of RE 1-4 Section 11 ndNW contrary league
looks better. O. COWOER. Section Office: S-i-6-o Citizens Bank ; ,
1-4. 11. Township 14 South. advised repeatedly by them that they
|-lt Administrator. Range. It East, Tallahassee BuildingH.E.BA1LET ; ,
\ Meridian will assist all in their toward .
1 You Nevd Otairal Tosdo baa filed notice of Intention to make power .
1 WbMswrwr a about __.. .0.--. ;
TaU OrorV ADMIHirrHATlOlT KOTICB.tleo iTe-year Proof to establish claim t.the bringing a satisfactory adjustinent
1I\I lad above described before Cleric of the rates to the northwest, -4
Tha Old Standard Orov. Tastrlsss4itn Jr. .. A..laJs nito* fee n... IMo- or Circuit Court, at Klsalmmee, Florida. a* wen other sections beyond the
. eb.. t. c.... .. ".. .
V-17 .
Toale i* qoally vatnabl* a* a Oft the Itb 4ay of May lilt. Mississippi river that Afford abundant ,
o-Ia Cpi Claimant najnee aa witnesses: Kd ,
b General TMaie hersnso it contains UK IveF, of Orange Center "'orlelai. Theron market for our product and would . Fainting Mid FapsrUanghg1 L '

wall k ow*tonte pcopartMof QTJXNINBaadlKON. IDM ye. :.tat 0 ..H. Ibr, X.... of Orange Center.Flortda; J. L. be wall developed today were it not .- ,. .. ,
,It acttoaUMUw. Driv** vu.. mm wwvy' jejv-vB M* anWh_ IIU*. .f Oraace Center. "Orlel&1 res.t for the VBraMonabUneM of the transportation INTKBIOB WOSK A. .
c.. Malaria, BnrfclMa th* Blood MkiIdaiyttoftMta It may oo oem fhaVoa tho Itth day .. X.... .f Orange Center Florida. G. VANS ACNEW. Ail SPlXaALTT/ :
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? PACE I. ) ", (;,. 'THE, :K1SSIMMII WALLET CAZITTI' .. . FRIDAY; MAR'CU',2.I.5' : .

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r Eighth grade Monday afternoon la I. will be a business meeting to which
the, "ebool auditorium. Th. following aU members are urged to be present A Bargain 'in Tours

program was 'rendered: Instro and, which will be held Friday afternoon Weekly Notes 'of

$ SocietY Notes $ mental solo Miss Maud Alice Wagner: at 8 o'elock, at the school building .T1M.: TO CALIFORNIA ExPOSITION9 -
reading', MMiss Helen Bus: vocal solo in Professor Evans- office.THEATERS. AND RETURN TO CHICA.OQ .
Miss Lillian Prent.ll: reading Miss Br DIVERH1l! IW1ITES. "9.00 Church Work- :

Bettie Pherigo: instrumental 'duet, BACK TO 8T. LOUIS. OTHER CUT
'' (Hattl. Bell. Barra.. EdUo) Misses Maurin. Dann and Ethel Gil- RATES 'Address L. N. n. n., 184 Christian Progress .

4 bert. Aguessing contact was enjoyed West Bay 8t.. JackAonvllle.

'* ; 4 Request it .ad. 10 aD patrons of tit. del Gazette t. seal Items after punch which and cake delicious were s.rved.refreshments of II IJ II 11111 I I1I1IIII1I I.

I Manager L. T Forlaw, of the Casino f
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'O.OOOO.O.OO O..oooot
of society neab t. tII. Editor for pablicati.a ia these colons IN HONOR OF MISS LEE. which house is only running reg- 0 OO Conducted by Local Minist.n' 'jASl1ociation. 1

Mi.s Nancy Bryan and Mr. Arthur ular programs on Monday and Satur- MARRIAGE LlCJ'NSES.': OO .

+ : t.I t.: . 10 10 . 10 1110 1110 I 010. I .101010101.1.1010101010101 Simpson were hostesses at a prettily day, hat announced that tomorrow, O .'
appointed luncheon Monday afternoon Saturday, he will show twenty reels 'O'OOOOOO tOOOOOOQ.O OO
.'f ;\ ARKER-LEE WEDDING. ceremony and reception was held at at the clubhouse in honor of MillS Viv- of picturen entire week' program METHODIST CIIURCIL r;

h '\ \ \' What was generally chara.terizede : the Lee residence which was bril- ian Lee, whose marriage to Mr. Z. --at the unusual price of five anti ten Marriage licenses have been<< granted ; Next Sunday morning the hour will '.
'. : 1 j !/t' ; as th moat brilliant and elaborate liantly lighted and beautifully deco- N. Parker occurred Wednesday even- cents. In the way of a picture pro- in the county judge's office during; I be devoted to the installation or the

wedding ceremony ever wltneued In rated for the occasion. The reception ing. Those present were Mines Vivo tram is a stupenduous show. the past week to the following: cou- Sunday school officers and teachers.
l i Kisl'immee occurred at the Methodist room was decorated in yellow jonquils ian and Mildred Lee, Hazel and Zo..lIa Twenty reels, allowing sevjnteen minutes I ples: William M. Lamb and Mrll. I Both superintendent and pastor are

church Wednesday evening, when Mlu and palms, while the dining room was King, Sybil Powell, Mary Carson, Virginia time for showing of one reel, will Mae Bass; Frank Orrin Gilbert and I anxious to have all the parents and
i Vivian Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. decked with pink carnations and Hinton, Gladys Crawford, Anllie: make the performance over five hours' Miss Ruth Maurine Hack.ett. patrons of the school present. We are

John M. Lee became the bride of palms. Refreshments of pink and Makinson, Anna Carson, Yes Parker lonll: It is needless to say that it I. ,I doing; good; work but want to do a
f Mr. Zebulon Newton Parker, of Ar- white Ice cream, cake, coffee and and Mrs. Jim Carson. I will start early. SHERIFF ARRESTS IEVANE. 'better and larger and it is necessary

,"j r cadia. punch were served. ThA favors were a 4 This In many respect: may be appropriately Sheriff L. H. Ingram went to Bar- to have the help of the whole church
t The church wall beautifully decorated bits of wedding cake, daintily put up ROOK PARTY.Millll called the neatest picture tow Sunday, where he arrested Virgil; and those who send to the school. A
for the occasion. Back of the in boxes In the colors of the occasion. ,, had. While five hours of pictures is Devane has been arranged and
Cecelia Overstreet entertai'ned a young white man, on a good program
altar were banked large; palms, ferns Following; the reception the bride Wednesday afternoon at her home- show that KllI'Blmmee people have ever I I charge of skipping his bond. Devane you will enjoy it as well as be benefitt.ed. -
'f' other decorative foliage plants. and much showered with rice a heavy strain for the the reels
I and groom; on Mabbet.te street In honor of Miss eyes was convicted .at the last term of court All special services will begin
,. Masses of Easter lilies, pink hegont and old shoes, left for a honeymoon Helen Ov..rstreet, of Rutherford, N. J. embrace nearly fifteen different pic- of shooting into an occupied building. on Easter Sunday the pastor will
r jag and maidenhair ferns with five tall trip to Cuba. Upon their return they The afternoon was pleasantly tures, and thus one may remain os He gave; : a ninety bond for his fine and speak at 7:11): on the place and bene-
If- candelabra holding pink candles added will be at home to their friends at long as one likes. The performance revivals. Everybody invited.
rook. After the costs and failed to when the time fit of
spent, playing pay
w love the handsome home built the' : games the Casino be
at but
+ ,. 1 a special charm to the fairy-like new by of rook delicious refreshments of hot cannot recom- arrived. His bondsmen ordered him
of the The chancel rail in Arcadia. mended and commended. Everyone
hr. lin..s lloene. groom chocolate and cake were served. Thosepresent locked up and he was set to work FIRST BAPTIST CHURCII.
wall festooned with asparagus pluI" Among/ the out-of-town guests! in loves motion pictures and It will
II Misses Alma Griffin on the roads at
fl school
mOil'' with vases of long-stemed pink I addition to those mentioned in the were: ubtlellll be similar to the case ot the Sunday beginning 9"-.5,
s .. carnations tied with streams of pink bridal party were: Mrs. Rhoda Par- Corinne Gilbert, Ella May Gilbert. little boy and the plum p1Jddin/t./ When I a. m.; preaching by the pastor, Dr. 1liolt

and blue chiffon with orange blossoms ker, mother of the groom; Mrs. Pole- Gilbert Louise Thomadon Helen Jones Helen Nina Bass Bretton, Ethel asked by his mother af he had not .oooo oooo ? beginning; at 11 a. m. Bees Subject.GOd'8 ..
Guardianship Busy at
f in profusion. The reserved seats were man Forrester, sister of the groom; eaten. too much pudding Johnny re-
Mattie Belle Harris Ruth Clark and O KITCiIENETTES.O 3 The
p marked with pink carnations and or- Mrs. King and Mr. 11. Parker, all of plied, "There Is no such thing as too 2:30: p. m. Juniors at p. m.
Par..h. Clark. O
will be
I anlf" blossoms and chiffon, carrying Arcadia. I much pudding. It can only be too night service a program by
t 4 4 4 oooooooooO..ootOOOO OO rommittee.
the Missionary
r 4 out the color scheme of pink and blue. FIVE HUNDRED CLUB. little boy."
i I i i The decorations of the church were MRS HANKINS TO ENTERTAIN. Try using white outing flannel for reading and rerit.l'tlon. Everyone invited -
DIxie Th..alu. ,
I The members of the Five Hundred and
; ,I the work of Miss Jean Caldwell, Kill"l M rW.; G. HankinR will entertain club entertained Fololwing a week of exceptionally{ dishcloths. They are very durable, 1 to these w..IrOffiP services From strangers 3:30 to
were delightfully
simmep's accomplished florist. at a Spanish dinner at her home, 113 good the Dixie wIll show also oster for Ilallll and fine china.A especially '
I Tuesday afternoon by MrR. H. M. Katz. programs r..acher.
i All the guests were gathering; Miss Patrick street, Saturday evening, in I at her home Main street. Miss tonight the following: Two reel ourteen-inch square ia a good one. 4:30: the hoy __
Car"on honor of the birthday anniversary of on When making layer cake. i if it iH
}, Mary sung very beautifully Franclll Bay. the first and Domino, "The Still on Sunset Moun- a AND FANCIES.
f I two selections : "Bplovl'd, III Mine. her husband and W. H. I Uawes, which Mrs. J. S. (Ca'won QI l received prize the tain; Keystone comedy, "Peanuts and not convenient to put the filling 1wtweerf FAnS
i and "B..lwv Me All Those Endearing; happen to fall on the same date. prize. The members consolation Bullets;" and two other reel II. For tomorrow the layers soon after the cake The success of the all-around cir..ular -
+ Young ('hllrmll." H. (pWitt Brown 4 4 4 pr."entw..r. : Two reel Majestic, "A Fare- il' baked, do not let them remain in (,"I'llingOllt i" assured. Very few
1 Mrs ('adel, Mr. S. H. Bul-
r k and his orchpstru also played a ",del't I LAMB-B\SS WEUUlN lock, MrR. Allen, MrR W. A. Barber well Dinner;" oRyal comedy, "Rin the pans, but take them out and plllc have a" yet been seen. for the very ..
Man'h." William M. Lamb .and Mrs. Mae them of the other with I simple reason that very few women
\ t lion "lIopp Mrs. lIenry Overstreet II.Boic. Around l Rosie; and two other'.1) one on top! ,
: t The "t rains of iohengrin's wedding lasts were married! last Saturday at I .., Mrs. J. n. Clark, MrR.firs.J. I n.Woodh'ck For next Wednesday a t.wo-rpel Keystone porutTin papers between und set them have been him ymg new evening; manll'lIu" -
I i march played! hy Miss Virginia 1I1nt the"IH'" of toe Bass hy Judge, Miss Francis Miss comply entitled "JOUKh and In a covered r'c'pt.l'd. Then when ', this )'I'ar. A little gem at one
t I ton, announced the coming of the bridal T 1\1. urphy. The ceremony was a I Mnrv Dixon, Miss, Allen and Bay Mrs K Dynamite" will h. Rhown. The Dixie you lire ready 10 put in Ih" chocolate of I the mn pxclllsive sales would

I party The little ribbon girls quirt affair, only the immediate W. Pilley. After the card dainty is now responding to a popular demand or jelly or what ever you use for frosting I surely pot go begging was fashioned
(( lit. Mamie 1'11I.ey and Marjart.t I...,., 'an1l'I friends of the contracting parties being I refreshments "erv..lf.lam'R: and .is running II matinee each th y will he moist and in of the palest .blue. chiffon velvet,

I I v first, opening up Ow way to the rep i present. 4 were 4 4 at-prnoon. U Se. I mounted full beneath a great capuchin
served seat and the altar After the 4 4 4 I MISS LEE: IIOSTEHS. A tablespoonful. of sugar of lead:,,\ in i lor the velvet. sofH'! 71 ribbon girls the ushers James Miller OYSTER IAST.() Lee TilE UUU; COHT OF IHSTIUIHY.THN. one gallon of water ,II permanently' "f I the ,..oft.t old world tinted lace.
t Miss Mildred entertained;, Monday
and Lee .18rrcll .nl'r.,1., 1\" P. G.; Wagner arid .J. E "d Iholor in any dolh If II-'d I" The "I1I'"n In ariouM guises Is con1""lIoll..l -
1 ,. hush entertained the'rs oftli I II averring II' her home on Illth'vtrl'Pt.1' rvidenre, not the !least
and ,
I Then rime the bridesmaids'' for< the mnlerilll i i. wa-l1<'d \ 111
t '- groomsmen, who. were : Miss, Lee WII- I u' Hunday school classes Monday inn- ; 1101.01, of her sister, Mi... \'iv It i is a complicated) "trul'lll" of mi.I-// In 'nminK, buyer, oral ..gar. for successful beirig omit' modeled! after

7d ..on. of Hartow; ells ZOl1I! King. of evening with IIn oyster roast lit then Lee. whose rnartiag10 Mr. L N. dl'm'n through whose hand food cal\ e, 01 ha..1 Sill""e. (II., ... a wan ..i" 'Ill' slyl.t of t II"..,. worn by the Belgian
_1 { Arcadia, Mi.s IInz..1 Kung. Ar'nd, home of 111 r Iu..h on M ahh,'ltr "I r..1Tho' I'nrk'r, of Arcadia, oc'urred WednesdaY ) )lat( maRh.V'P' Ili' "u.lulls, an"l \\ hl..h} entirely, envelopes
L ; ; products from .. I Th, house pass pro I
\0 tastefully
1;; + .' MINX Vein 1'xiker. of Ar'ndia and 1Lw1 : ,' ''' .. 'nr, : I'ralflr Cdl i'rt. decorated evening wilh was andferns , Many fruits .arid! vegeialilesigo /owl .before. pulling III the 'ingi, ,,di"I. I the hod"'r, Agars, there ill th'3

I ;; I'' sers Tom Lyk.'II, of Tampa ; l' B. Harry and \Vllham Arnold Brlldlt.ylIarrJRTd 11.1"1/ ,,,, refreshments jnqllll of ; through five hand A terns buyer .., and they will 00" I"' ''on,'' a cnpcl,6e, hood fulling right away. from
'i i King;. of Arcadia ; W (; Langford of I' I..tpy; Elmo; (;riffin lIIi-1, sandwiches. Bake" and I I and shipper purchases from the farmera. light, creamy mass with half Ih' I the I meek

,f Fort MyprH; and W. A. Smith of lard Rutherford. Mill Woodall, Lrnu-i I "rved. Tho ,' punch MissesHazel were I lie sells t.o a commission dealer usual lahor. i h"en; broadtail cloth coals have theenormously
and IIl1d Lilhan Rush present were
KiR"immee.t wide 1 girdle.The .
III some cIty. The commission man
.i and Zo"lIn KIIlIVI'R Parker of
,i ; As the hr'sm..i.IH, and grimmsr tllUI3ON: HOClJoT\it I Arcadia, Imo Wilson of/: Bartow, Mary I often puts the fruit in the hands of To renovate old fur prepare II plate I I enulitary; coat hall military

,, .. t men entered Iy separate. aisles and The Audubon society will hold ameeting ('arRon, Virginia llinton Nancy Call I..n. auction houRe. The auction house of hot wet bran and add 10 it II few +iding, and barred buttons.

( t t d joined lit the altar, the maid of honor III the Ch."ter" (louse on next'Tuesday 'I Bryan Jean and Ruth Thomas. M..ssers 'sells to a jobher. The jobber to the drops of ammonia. Rub this well into ) #

t the brid.'H sister, Miss Mildred L'e, ev..nillif. MrR. W. B. M..kill-. B. K Evans; .1. K. Atwood of I ret..i1..r. the fur, then rub It all over with I "lIut'h dn'"s", are very attractive Qt .; ''
} and the best man, J. So Parker, Hon, vice president, will assist Mrs. Bart.ow, Dutton Lee Janel, Edgar: Five profits have to be Overhead plenty of dry brim .and .a dry I1l1nn..1. I for young I/'lrlS./: Frequently they have ,

P broth..r.of the groom, entered hy HI'pt Minnie Moore-Wil"on in the direction Katz, Mr. McPherson and Dr. Gel er. I charges; on five distinct enterprises Finally brush with a stiff brush. 10 th,' broad straps over the shoulders, .
: ; '. arate aisles and proceeded to the ale of the 'v..ninl/"H/ which will 4 4 4 have to be sptled for in addition remove the flakes of bran and to I the high Inroad belt and full gathered
: program
e I s t tar. Then, as the strains of the wedding b" ,It.vo'oprincipally\ t.o a discussion MISS ('AHSON E1'ITEUTAINS. I cartage. and freight charges aremultiplied. regulate the fur. I I skirt

t march pealed forth with an add-the of the mu'h mooted question of the Miss Mary Carson charmingly entertained No wonder it ill a costly ___ ___ __ __ ____
ed accent the bride preceded by u - -- v
thing to live in the United States.
buzzards which haH .been .at IIIRI
generaltopic bridge
i'' little flower girl, Elizabeth ndtWninK', a Friday evening Five middlemen perhaps in ex- I <-+<->:- X-+-:->:->-X->---r-----:" -:-'>-:-: :-:
't of the state press for several at her home in compliment to Miss I are
i 4 gracefully ma"chpd into the church cess of the usual number. Yet proh-
week a. Virginia Lee, who on Wed"lfaynilht I
; ) ,., ,. : and met the groom with the wedding the article of food
+ A I 4 4 4 of this week became the bride ably average goes
t' 1'(' party and the ceremony was belun. SEWING; ( of Mr. Zphulon Newton Parker, ofArcadia. through four hands after leaving the )I
The ceremony followed the beautiful Miss Alma Griffin entertained the The ('arson home tastefully farmer. I Merchantsi
I was ,
it : ring service and was solemnly .and GirlR' Sewing club last. Friday afternoon decorated for the occasion and I I The wholesale\ and commission trade I

ti ;. beautifully rendered by the R..v. S. W. at h r home on Church street, the evening was very pleasantly spent. I is one in which many abuses develop.

i Lawler, pastor of the Methodistt I in honor of Miss Isabelle Massey of Miss Nance Call Bryan won first hon- I I A commission merchant may act also

rhurch. During the ceremony, the or- South Caroline .and MIss Nell Sum- ors, while the consolation prize went as a jobber. If he sees the market

fit '. ; rheatra In soft tones rendered "To a I mer..11. of Atlanta. Dainty refreshmenta to Miss Mildred Lee. Miss Carson'sguest.s I rising, he can transfer the armer's
.'_, t Wild Rose. Following the ceremony were lIerved. Those present (1 product from the account as a commission -
Misses Vivian and Mil-
iF + p i', s"t, the bridal party let the church toy were Misses Ruth Butler, Eisabe\l.e\ dred Lee, Misses Ruth and Gene agent, to hi account 'as a i POPUL RITY C NTEST
the strains of Mendel8sohn's wedding '
j Massey, Nell Summerall, Grace Nel- Thomas, Miss Bryan, MillS Virginia jobber, paying the former a com- '
r reee..ional. I son, Lucy Witherspoon, Lottie and Hinton, of Virginia, who ia Miss Carson's mission on the low price only. Then
The bride was gowned in a gorceou. '' Lola Lawler, Virginia Tiller, Ruby house-guest, and Messra. B. C. he an sell out at a high price, thus 1))
), .. creation of white satin and car- I'. Barnhill, Gladys Crawford, Louise making two profits for one handlin .
Dutton, S. Ii. Geiger, Atwood, B. E.
reed a' bouquet of bride's rose8. The NOTICE TO CONTESTANTS. i .
i : Clark and Myrtle llobbitt.STENOLAKEAN Evans and Lee Jarrell. Dainty refreshments The majority gf the wholesalers and -
and tafi4
bridesmaids WOnt pink blue '
,I 'served. commission men are no doubt honest.
Zeta gowns, alternating in keepingr SOCIETY. .!! M 4 a But abuses like_ these have .been, very The coupons etc.. must be passed in by 4 o'dock Thursday ,
with the color scheme of the wedding. : The members of the
,"' St.9nolakean PRE-NUPTIAL DANSANT.Mrs. 1 common, and all mount up to enhance in order to get the standing ready for the paper.
carried pink Killamey roses. of
They Literary society the Osceola High
I the price the customer besides
tit )' ,t' Following the church reception a school entertained the members of t.he Andre Van der Meersch oper.- impoverishing the farmer.pays Remember the special offer of 5,000 votes on each dollar paid

"Ii ed her home on -Lakeshore drive for The wholesale business has its large on accounts only lasts until April 51h.
-- the bridal party at MIss Vivian Lee
function; but the economic experts
night. The drawing room
feel that there are too many middlemen -
i4 was lavishly decorated with orange and that they make. too much
;% '. ./ blossoms and to add to the merriment money, that by the initiative Merchants Standing
of mistletoe suspended to
Ali' y 7"II a sprig was farmer
) the of the and
on cus-
M4x part
of the chandeliers. The evening
I or s I tomer much of their profit can be cutout. Giving Coupons of
t was passed with cards and dancing .

# d \ until midnight when a buffet luncheon which Americana consider ContestantsMakinaon
l J7 __I was served and the health and happiness Europe,
I s far behind our country, has t
k' ; of the bride-to-be was drank in
tiJl 1.t1 achieve these Hdwe. Co.
; t S I II orange ambrosia. The party dis- wonders in eliminating i March 25. 1915.

persed in the "wee sma' hours" after avery superfluous theroport'of seems slow and Bon Ton Hat Shop,

I ; delightful eveninlf. Those pres- stupid on Americans to t. Palace Drug Store,
+ w tail to do likewlse.-Gainesville Sun.
r ent were Miss Lee, Miss Mildred Lee, Dutton-Harris Company, 1. Miss
r.a I d, Winona Allen _9,472fiOOCole
the Misses King, Arcadia; Miss Lena -
t ., I Jewelry Co., 2. Mrs. K. Butler __ ___ _
Wilson, Lakeland; Mrs. Braid, Toronto FOR TilE SEWING ROOM.A 8,760,050Dann's
T Can.; Mrs. N. Norris Miss Par- convenience for the sewing room Department Store, 3. Miss Ruby Prevatt __8,2'41,000

xk' ,ik+ fie : ker, Arcadia; Mr. Lykes, Tampa; and is to tack a strong strip of cloth May Lumber Co., 4. Miss Violet Bullock 7,869,360

I I'i' Messrs. K. McPherson, Atwood, Dag10 three or four inches wide to ohe side Taylor's Grocery, 6. Miss Dolly Alford _n_
Glenn, E. Katz, B. Dutton and C. of the wall on which to pin unfinished 7,243,060
li C. Russell, New York. I garments and patterns In use.Modern Bicycle 6. Miss Marion Porter __7,030,000Fennell'

4 e .. Priseilla. Barber Shop, 7. Mrs. D. A. Smith ____6,691,760Sanitary

MOTHERS AND TEACHERS CLUB Market, 8. Miss Mary Carson __ _5,833,300'J

'' The Mothers and Teachers Literary TO CLEAN MOTHER.OF-PEARL. W. Prentls Music Store, 9. Miss tIelen Bass -___.,998,000Dry

...- a and Social club met at the Chapter Handles of mot.her-of-pearl or other CleAning Pressing Club, 10. Mrs. C. F. Johnson u., $7,060
House on Friday afternoon, March 19. articles of the same material may be
& Prat.her
Lupfer Garage 11. Mica
Nellie Hansell
Mrs. Mark Munger and Mrs. W. B. restored by cleaning with pure olive 4,297,600
oil and with nail brush fol- Dixie Theater, 12. Miss Laura Thomas __
Makinson were hostesses for the afternoon rubbing a 8,996,460 I i
and a delightful literary and lowed .by a robbing with a piece of .

,/ musical program was rendered after I chamoia.-Detroit Free Press. .....000. 0..tOOO.0000.OOOOOOO..O.O 0.0.fOO.OOO .O..

,. a short business session with Mra. .

.(. s I Mark Munger, president, in the chair. .'
.. The program was as fo owe: In-

strumental solo, "Cupid's' Garden,"

1 Every Morning Mr" A. M. Evans; reading, "The =
Mother Love and Daddy," 'Jrs. James :-EOX..A.L... SALE

Earl Lupfer; solo, "The Rose ni the

Garden," Miss Angie Makinson; paper,
).. Brings Its "Character," Mrs. S. L. Lupfer song,

a. "Oh, Please, Miss Central," Master
1 Paul Munger; paper, "What Is Character OF
!" Mrs. R. M. Evans: paper !!! FRAMED

Post Ton.sties "The Character"Home Mrs.the First J. T.School ot All: PICTURES

lion, "Mot. er, Father, Teacher Mine,"

f Lois O\rerstreet Miriam Munger and -/ r
; .f
.? Lucy Lupfer with Miss Myrtle Bob-

+ ''" with their gip... snappy forecast of a pleasant da,. bitt at the piano; caper, "The Ele-
ments of Character, Mrs. I.. H In-

Not only d. thew sweet roldea-broWD bib of food make the gram; paper, "Methods of Character We have a large assortment of beautiful
Building; Mrs. J. L. Overstreet.
} children smile with Lapp delight bat older folks, too.
After the rendition of the above
r't' s J\: \ .' Do you know fa Toadies. aD the wini.i In.ara hidden faJf program, dainty refreshments of tea pictures in various styles Qf frames
and cake were served by the hostesses

i} whit.Iadian Cora are discovered &lJd t4frea1a- aled" for 'OR at the and an enjoyable social hour en.ued.

( ; i '"": t' "ori' factory .d come ready to eat I. t&I8OITOW', 6reakfSLs at Fourteen this meeting new members and whose were names enrolled are See "f.1r r i."d.40-.xr: X>>i P1 ,yO

s :'I './ ". as follow: Mra. C. W. Griffin, Mrs
.i ,, ", J. d. Griffin Un. W. L. Paulk Mrs.F. ; '

\ \Jt .,. S. Gilbert. :MrL n Cr. Llc.btaey, cif:

; ; Mra. ;J C.jMeFarland. Mra; II. R. 'D'.t i .r-=' ,Ii).
fPost 1'o. .
i ; ., y .Jp .;) .. sjie.s! Clark, .:-rs:,B,.; 0.. .Anted,'j Mre: J"O: ; .I' .aoo : me Q' tStop&qlf. 1a
'- Ir.. 1) deffords Miss- Emma ;M:Yowe i 'Miw j .1' : ,. ;
:ti /rI4lI7" ; + a(1 tt t ,( t. 1 Cara'Ledbetwr) 1d s 'A. '(fom 1o-I\.tIIf" .fk..... ', oath o. .vM "} rsr ar" r! p. ,'.'I J:1\ :; .-t \ '' ,
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1..1.I FRIDAY' ),, .MARCHUS' ,. 'KJS-S.MME'E ,'ll'

. . ,-THE' VALLEY GAZETTE, 'PMa:1': _
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THE K15SIHMEK YALLET.GAZETTE. F. W. BUI pOstmaster at Narcoosee, I :M.:, Kat*' spent Sunday:'in'Lakeland.: Isimmeo( late, 'were in the:city this ...rATIIIIIIIIIIIT",

. (, T.. Ph.No. 11.) { waa in the city on bnsine ,Saturday. C. E.. Gardner hat returned from'a.. veck.I to attend' the 'Park r-Lee wed. Htdc'ondcr fUotlon:II. .

Published Every Friday ', 'Charlie .Turner,:U boy ''preacher.! business,trip, to Lake Butler. linr. Mr; Carson ha* been'' in ill Law..t Fterlda. ,
will health for some time and Is spending1s ee taxes charged to the ,Tall
._ W. V. RAMIUS A EL 0. TANS AOJIQIW: preach Sunday afternoon. '>at the' ,J.:D..Woodbeck was in Lakeland last ' time oh the ranch in the hop ofecuperating of OMola Countr. < Florida. to '
: Baptist church at 3. o'clock, 'I 'i>.ted for th* current year '. '
Saturday on a buaines. trip. ; .He will return to the
TJv-ver-laz .. '. the apportionment''of th. ....
i ita 'parely Vegetable Miss Marie 6'Berry ranch. oon. several funds for which. ,tax
.. "T' spent week !
Just what Deed to tone been Lvl.d -
o yon up yon the of Carence'Alderman' ; '' his father j!
friend and
10. Ask a* guest in Orlando. ;

j "Weather ReportFollowing system.Kissimmee Ooeola people should Pharmacy'give 10-4 their 'Major*JT. J. Hall '1* '"be oat ,Robert.-the city Alderman Thursday.of Banger, warein. .ApN tt..aiat'ef....C..afy ; ;
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again after several week illn....
support to the People's orchestra un- T r r* "i "
der the direction of R. DeWitt Brown. ,Sam Entriken,. of Narcoosee, was a Mr. And Mr. W. B; Crawford 'are To amount a......<] W.;;.i.,;,. ,
visitor to KiMimme last the proud parent of a fine ten-pound Amount collected .._.,._.... ;
Mrs. Malcolm.Waring of Lakeland Saturday. born' this
eons morning:
are daily temperaI I is here this Balance to be eon.ete:0.: ....| ;
tune and week the guest of.loheli Mia Maude Thomaaon spent this
precipitations a* reported I Dr. W. L. Winn went to lack son. '
by parents, Mr. and Mrs. John M.. AAe. week visiting friend in Haines City. fUneral School I und-
stationat rills Wednesday for a two day business To amount a......eeI _... ,...l
Klssimmee for the week end- Liv-ver-lax is harmless-not a deadly R. H. Ludlam left Saturday to spend visit Amount collected _*.___?-..-, '
ing March 25: poison like calomeL Any child i several in
day Savannah, Ga.. on '
safe and happy by the use of liv-ver- business. The ladle have decorated the Presbyterian Balance to be collected ....... ,

Friday ., ._ ._ __72 63 lax. 10-4t church beautifully with County Road
Saturday __ __ __ __76 BO Mr. and Mrs F. B. Dalbe,. of St. lalms for Sunday. To amount ueeeeed- .._*....(
Mrs. Minnie Moore-Wilson addressed Cloud were visitors to Klaslmme. Amount collected ...____
Sunday .. . .. __67 47 he Woman's club of Auburndale at on Tuesday. Mrs. Ola Story returned to her ??--

Monday __ .. ._ ..61 49 its meeting held on Tuesday of this !homo at Narcoosee Thursday after Balance to be collected 1a.._...
Lewis O'Bryan went to Jacksonville several days' visit at the home of her '
__ .. .. week. fine and Forfeiter.-
Tuesday __60 36
Monday to spend several dayton lister, Mrs. B. A. Smith. To amount a....*.41 __ _.____.. ; ',
Wednesday __ __ ..66 43 Mrs. J. J. Griffin and two childrenleft legal-business. Amount collected .....?.....__
Mr. and Mr H. R. Master who
Thursday __ _ __ __73 38 on Wednesday for a visit of several ,
days with relatives at Palm J. E. Rowland left Tuesday for have been pending the winter at Se- Balance to be collected __.____I f -

Beach. Oulfport Miss., after spending several bring stopped over a few day with Rpeolal Publicity I'und-

weeks hero Dr. and Mrs. Elbert Sharp on Canon To amount assessed _________.Clerk.'r
Get rid of the grouch.. Liv-ver-lax venue, on their way horn. to Illinois. Amount collected -----.______
00000000000000000000000000 makes the sun shine brighter. Osceola J. M. Lagiow and Fred M. BaseS ,
Pharmacy will tell you about Liv-ver- were In Tampa Monday and Tuesdayon Rev.. A. M. Chisholm -will preach Balance be collected ______t t

lax. 10-4t a business trip. Sunday morning at the Christian tub-School Dlctrlct No. 1- "

I The Local Field I church on the subject, "For Thy To amount a..e.>ed _________$
Mrs. W. S. J. Overstreet arrived I' Mr. and Mrs. Amos Kubl. of ake." At night he will speak on Amount collected ____________
r Tuesday evening from her home in Green burg. Pa., spent several day 'Stumbling Blocks."
New York to visit relatives in Kis- in Kissimmee this week. Balance to be collected ------ I : z i
00000000000000000000000000Paul B. E. Evans demonstrator
simmee. agricultural Sub-School Dlntflct No. 1-
I Mr. and Mrs. Howard In Narcoosee "
Katz Mrs. was Thursdayto To amount assessed ---I 1
Milliard's W.island.McKee spent Sunday at Mrs. James F. Bundy, jr., and little Fanny Powell and Miss Sybil Powellmotored confer with new farmers in that Amount collected ....._______ ,

son, "Stanley, of Orlando are visiting to Sanford Sunday. section" on what to plant on their Tlalanre to be collected ______8 '
Always something new at. the La- F. S. Gilbert and family of ground. Mr. Evans went to Crabgrass I
Mode Hat and Suit Shop. this city. C. I. Day of Jacksonville was in the today to inoculate some hogs there Rub-Rchoo Dlatrlct' No. 1- > 1
I city Tuesday to attend the annual anti-cholera I To amount aeieserdrf v____I
Mildred Livverlax'stimulates the liver. A I of with serum. Amount collected -<<7I I
Miss Lee visited friends in meteing the stockholders of the I -- ----

Orlando Tuesday. harmless vegetable compound. Any Southern Utilities company. Mrs. Edgar Havens died at her Balance to collected ____)
child can take it safely. Ask Osceola I hon?, three miles north of Loughman -
field boxes for ash Mr. and Mrs. H. M. I
Cypress cheap Pharmacy. 10-4t Breaker. Mrs. I last Friday. Funeral services Sub-8c District No. 4-
Osceola Lumber & Furniture Co. 29-tf Franklin and Mr. and Mrs. Dillard I To ount assessed --------S
The next concert of the Brown orchestra I were members of a jolly automobile I "yore held at the residence Saturday A unt collected __f________
J. S. Stratton, of St. Cloud was in mnrning and the body was sent to her
will be at the Methodist
given party to Altoona last week. __ __
the city Thursday. "Id! home in New Jersey for burial. Hnlance to be collected _I
church on Thursday night of
next week. I Mr. end Mrs.! H. T. Bingham who She leaves a husband two daughters Sub-School Plutrlcl No. B-
5 or 6 doses 666 will break ary case I have been spending some time In Kls- cad: 1 five and seven and a mother. To amount aMi-MeU __-t
of Fever or Chills. Price, 25 cents.J. Vmount ccMrclAd _
Sumner street is presenting a neat )I slmnipo, I loft Tuesday for Cincinnati The sorrowing husband accompanied -- *

S. Cadet 1 spent Wednesday in Or- appcarnce as the result of the workof en route to their home In Waseon, tne body to New Jersey and will re- Balance to be ry86cted _I
land > on ,business. the street grading gang during the Ohio. i jmam there for two weeks before returning -
last week.S. m to his home. / Snh-Rrhool District No. <-
G. C. Livingston spent Monday on I C. H. Denison of Hamilton 0., was TII amount assessed _$ '
a business trip to Orlando. . C. Whithorne representing the the guest this week of W. B. Makinson. A. L. George a traveling lecturer, Amount collected .
Florida Times-tlnion, spent several On last I dM'vered' his lecture on reform at the _
Sunday he was motoredto nulance to be collected f
Beautiful dinner and evening: days her? this week on business for of depot Sundya afternoon to a large

waists at La Mode Hat and Suit Shop. his publication.Mrs. I by points Mr. Makinson.Mr. interest. in Ososola county I crowd of listeners. Mr. George was J. U OVKH8TREKT. _' '3'

Dr. J. Stewart, of St. Cloud was in R. Lewis accompanied by her wrongly accused of murder in Texas - - -u -
and Mrs. William Dent and and being hung for a crime
came near
the business Monday.
city on niece and daughter all of Hot Springs
: three children, of St. Petersburg visIted I he did not commit. The confession of
Miss Marie Huddleston visited Ark., are stopping with Mrs. M. M.Armour'on ,
friends here Sunday. They made the real murderer on his deathbed
friends in Orlando on Monday.W. Main street. I the trip in Mr. Dent's automobile and saved Mr. George from the gallows.

H. Brokaw with Griffing Brothers Mr Moses' representing the Edwin went from here to Sanford for a visit His lecture deals with prison life and New Line 01Men's

the tree peoplo. 40-tf I Clapp Shoe company, was in the city I of several days. gives warning to boys to steer clearof
this w..ek. calling on the Family Shoe Mr. and Mrs. the life that leads there. He makeshis
O. C. of
Mrs. L. H. Cahoon and niece visited store which handles his lin-a. I' McClary way about the country by the sale
Spring Valley left yesterday
at Milliard's island this week. of booklet he has written along the
for home after a Extra Pants
W. A. Smith, of Lakeland was a spending the winterin
.. H. W. Grady spent Monday in visitor here on business Tuesday and Kissimmee. Before leaving Mr. Mc- same lines.HAINES .

.... Haines City on a business trip. Wednesday. Mr. Smith came also to Clary stated that he had enjoyed his
./0 Hand made Easter noelties at the attend the Parker-Lee wedding.Mr. stay and hoped at some future dateto FROM ACCIDENTAL SHOT u
Embroidery Shop. It and Mrs. S. S. Griffin and three a permanent resident of

. Sheriff L. 11. In visited St. children of Orlando motored to Kis- our city. Haines City.-Miss Mamie Johnson We have a nice assortment of size* in varied colon and material .

ram simmee Sunday and spent the day Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hillman, of twenty-four years old, died here as froma '
Cloud business last Saturday.P.
on I with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Griffin. Leamington, Canada arrived In Kls- the result of having been accidentallyshot $3 $S :
pair ________ ._ t.
in slmmeo last ---- u uuuuuu
E. Morgan, of St. Cloud was Friday and found the while coon bunting with a partyof .
of the Arcadia
Kissimmee on business Monday. Harry Burton Daily city so much to their liking that they relatives.It .
News, was among those who came purchased th s week through Breaker is STRAW HATS AND PANAMAS. \
braid at the said the gun was caught on a tit
More of that Zig-Zag from Arcadia to attend the Parker-
It & Barclay, the Bronson properLy log and discharged at short range I
Embroidery Shop. Lee wedding Wednesday evening.It on Dillingham street, near the court the shot taking effect in her arm The Summer ran U comuf and yen will need some of tiles' .':

J. W. Thompson was called to is the ambition of R. DeWitt house. and side. neat, nobby Straw to protect yon. C dY

Loughman last Friday on business. Brown to have a real symphony or Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lee and three We have them,.from __uuuuu_W J C t..$ 3',

Mrs. Elizabeth Sanborn spent the chestra in Kissimmee. The supportof children, of South Carolina were in CHANGES MADE IN )
week-end with relatives in St. Cloud. the people is needed to make it a the city this week looking over prop- PANAMAS ', '

success.C. erty with a view to locating here $ $7
Fifteen cent linen towels on sale manently. well per- from _______-__-____________-_______.___ J. ,. s,1
Monday at 9c. Dollar Limit Store.J. U.' Armstrong engineerinchiefof They were pleased RAILROAD CIRCLES .
with Kissimmee
and Osceola county L *
the South Florida and Gulf railroad rONLY J
F. Bedell and will likely make this their homein
which is from Kenans-
to run $7.5O
here Tues-
Virginia, was a visitor on the near future. *"
in w ___.; _.
ville to Bsssenger, was the city ------------- ------------ --
Thursday.Miss Mr. and Mrs. Fred .Holland who Several changes have been made in
day.If towel sale at.the have been the the past few days in railroad circle F.
you miss the Marion Latty went to StCloud spending? winter in St. Conductor R. G. Canov who .
Limit Store Monday lose Cloud passed through Kisslmmee _ _ _
Dollar' you Wednesday to attend the wed-' formerly on the St. Cloud run, has
money.C. ding of Miss Ruth Hackett to Mr. Tuesday en route to. their home at returned from a vacation and has replaced t
Lima .
O. Mr. and Mrs. Holland
F. Johnson was a business visi- Frank Gilbert, which took place. Wednesday were C. E. Hyde on the Midland. -
brought by Mr. and Mr b. C.
over *
tor to Lakeland and Tampa on Tues evening.A. Thompson in their automobile. O. R. Brooks formerly of Jackson- H. C.: Stanford Co. ;
ville, has succeeded T. F. Singletary
S. Gilbert and family J. R. Gilbert
day.Mr. Mrs. J. Z. Roberson left Thursday .s brakeman on the Florida Midland.Mr. .
Rose proprietor of the Park and family C. L. Bandy and for Cairo Ga., where she will visit Singletary has returned to San- H
hotel, is out again after a short ill- family motored to Haines City Sun- her sister, Mrs. W. T. Crawford for I Kissimmee St./Cloud

ness. day and spent the day as guests of two weeks. Her daughter, Leona who ford.Henry Peake. formerly on the De-

See our window for towels on sale G. A. Gilbert and family. has been attending the Woman's col- Land branch, has taken the run as

Monday; IBc values 9c. Dollar Limit 1) C. Thompson wife and daughter lege at Tallahassee has been ill and conductor on the St. Cloud run in t

Store.A. were in Kissimmee Tuesday visiting she will join her mother at Cairo.T. place of Conductor Canova. .,

A. Tano of the Dixie theater his father J. W. Thompson. Mr. M. Byars who was the founderof Jg't'

was a business visitor to Tampa this Thompson Jr., is engaged in the undertaking the Apopka News, motored to Kis- SMALL FIRE MONDAY.A .
business at St. Cloud. a
week. simmee last Friday accompanied by small blaze on the roof of the

John M. Lee, Rull Bass and C. F. Wake up your liver. A lazy liver William Chapman of Orlando. Mr. house occupied by Charles Driggers, WE ARE CLOSING OUT I, d dn
Johnson visited Orlando Monday on brings on the worst of diseases. Take Byars is one of the best known printers east of the railroad in. the Lindsay ,
Liv-ver-lax now. Osceola Pharmacy. and editors in the state. He has grove called out the tire departmenton ..;,
business. r
10-4t I made a success of his trade despitethe Monday night. The lads made a .
More new millinery at the LaMode I fact that he has but one arm. quick run to the scene of the fire,
Mrs. Kate Birdsong of I..Grange.1 Our Line ofPENNANTS :
and Darlingtonavenue.
earner Broadway which caused small damage. The truck _,
Ga., is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Thom- Mrs. Catherine McKolvey left the its within ".'
was out and on run :
ason. Mrs. Birdsong resided here fora latter part of last week for her homein away '
Miss Effie Lawson left Thursday number of years and has many Youngstown 0. after spending the two minutes after the alarm came f in. ;"

to spend a week in Port Orange with friends who are glad to see her again. winter here. Mrs. McKelvey was so

friends.Is well pleased with Kissimmee that she FOUR NEGROES FINED. :
Slight damage resulted to both cars J :
your liver Inactive? Liv-ver-lax Sunday afternoon when an automo- will return in the early fall, bringing Four negroes were arraigned before : ,

will wake it up. Osceola Pharmacy. bile driven by Miss Chenoweth col- her daughter and son-in-law to live Mayor May on Monday morningon i j ;

10-4t lided with Dr. Wlnn's machine at the with her. charges of disorderly conduct. '/ '11" "
Three were men and on. a woman. ,
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Mrs. Jennie Collver left Thursdayfor corner .of Broadway and Darlingtonavenue. Burbank's Spineless Cactus Is the Their fines aggregate 28. The men o4..i ., ,

a two months' visit with relativesin World's latest fruit, vegetable, and all paid while the woman went to
Tampa. Liv-ver-lax Is guaranteed to relieve .orage wonder. It thrives even on Jail. Take'onm horn with you. Yet, Nat price i* rights; ;

and Hunter Dilliard troubles resulting from a disorderedliver. sand, rocks and sunshine and solves '" r ,

left Wednesday for a pleasure trip to Pleasant to take and perfectly the feed problem for cows hogs and GREEKS TO BUY SHEEP. PRICES t ,

Palm Beach. harmless. Osceola Pharmacy. 104tC. poultry. Varieties that are right are Two Greeks from Tarpon Springs SEE WINDOW FOR STYLES AND ,..

of now for sale by Samuel Kidder, Mon- arrived here this week and will accompany .
B. Turner, Tampa representing "
Liv-ver-lax I Better than calomel. the Turner Marble and .GraniteCo. ticello, Flor'da. Send for catalog. C. A. Carson Sr., and J. '

No bad effects.' Ask> Osceola Pharmacy 104tR. < ., of that city was in Kissimmee 14-Stpd M. Carson to Camp Hammock where $ ;

: this week and erected a handsome they will purchase 260 head of sheep
of I Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Lockwood of, the Carson ranch.AUDITOR COLE JEWELRY COMPANY : ..e
D. Waring and M. D. Wilson, monument for T. A. Bass on his lot In off .
Greenwich Conn. Mrs. N. Severn and
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Orlando were in Kissimmee on business Rosehill\ cemetery.The '
Wednesday.Mrs. I Miss Bernice Severn of Chicago who GRAY HERE. 26 Broadway ... . ,
building occupied by the La- are spending the winter in St.'lOud.,I I .

J. W. Watson has been ill with Mode millinery store was treated to and Mr., and Mrs. S. J. Triplett, of, Assistant the State this Auditor week R.going A. Gray over .to 0 0. .. ... .. . 0 .. .... ... . .. .. .. . ...... . . .h.., z.t
in city ,
lagrippe at her home on Emmett a coat of paint this week. This paint- St. Cloud were in Kissimmee Wednea-I was
street this 'Week. ing up of buildings in many parts of day en route to Miami to the records of the county offices.and Mr.declares .. J .. y V

Liv- the city is doing much to improve the meetings of the State Press association Gray is on his ysual rounds 000 o. 0..00.... ....... .... 0..0. . '." !' " .t ... '
i Osceola Pharmacy knows about looks of the town.Livverlax i I IThe he finds Kissimmee growing \
ver-lax. You need it for your liver. I every time be makes a visit here. WE SELL FOR LESS...CASH IS 'KINGE'a ,
10-4t I tones up the system, six-month's-old son of Mr. and I .
stimulates the liver to work in har- Mrs. J. D. Jeffords died last Friday. <
Dr. J. W. Simpson left Monday for Not PaintThe
with the other organ Guaranteed -
mony Funeral services held at the
were resIdence -
Jacksonville, where he spent several
to give satisfaction. 'Osceola
days on business. on Orlando avenue Saturday worst mistake in painting Is Rubber OvershociFor !:
Pharmacy. 10..ctMr. T
morning. The Rev. A. J. Holt of the not puttlng-otf T: at Bode about 10
Miss Roxine Irvine of Orlando and Mrs. J. Norris returned to Baptist church officiatid.: Intermentwas you" a .. .,.
oftMrs. percent keep your money yearend
spent the week-end here, the guest I their home in Prairie Ville Mich., last in Rosehill cemetery. The many p-+y; 10 per cent for It. Children and .. : ;?

F. S. Gilbert.Livverlax Saturday .after spending the winter friends! of Mr. and Mrs. Jefford's sym I'::.Lit would have to come-down 25 Grownups f jt

relieves all ills of the here. They were called home by a pathize deeply with them in their be percent-to mako 18 percent on t".o / / '

liver and stomach. Get it from Os- message announcing the serious illness reaevment.Mr. Job for wages do not godown.Tho TENNIS SHOES IN BOTH WHITE AND BLACK.;*% .

: ceola .Pharmapy. l-4t of Mr. Morris sister.J. I and Mrs. T. M. Brannan Mr. worct Intake is "chop" MEN'S WHITE YACHTING HIGH SHOES; "" V.tO''MEN'S .If., .
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Rev:' W. H. Ball returned Monday M. McPhatter'hai received a let- and Mrs. J. R. Taylor and Mrs. Beard- pulnt. It costs from 60 percent to $1.50 kind "_ __ _.__-:.._.__ .. .. '
j' from a monthly visit to hi* parishioner ter from L. S. Sponsler announcing more alt of Ohio end MIA MtCcf mick 100 first coot; and acothoin wear. AND OY'S CHAMPION( OXFORD ir vi' < -ev- :.
at Narcoosee. the safe arrival of himself and Mrs. and daughter '''Mika -Ruth, who are What a liar "cheap" 11 "Put-off :, -. "I
Sponiler tat'their horn in Grand Rapid pending the winter inr Kissimmee.left Is-bad entMiKh "cheap". I* ten time .regular, SSc f adf-------i ..-,....'..r-I,4 : ,. r
Marion Klknowle*, a'prominent in- *. The Sponalers spent the winter Monday for a trip to Tampa qndSt w .r.e. 'I I. '
r urance man of Atlanta, Gawa; here very'pleasantly in Kissimmee. : Petersburg. They will return Saturday 'J : ; DmOm- R ,<-. v ,,!! iuYjf; >OR1CASH.: AND,, ... SAVE MONET- I,,
bualneMv | r.. r61, . ' .; hi' .. .. ,. .. '
last Friday,on # or. early next week to remain; ."i \ ..r. ,,
: JI' -IT.. flJfoTWfry of St. Cloud 1JW; .
spat -" "t. ,
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t9. if' here for-several'week: before returnfcM&Wttef "CABD OF THAIflW'We \
No need foKealomel witSf pausetang *, "
.' LiYTr-lax i* happy III Monday: in,Kissimmee. 'Mr. Berr- tls : . R' wish to thank our friend:for TheFamily; Store; : :y
; effect. r..ol..& :;; ; : **' hare ,k ; Shoe. .J < ?
"lO cbphas which they
tlere6nlt/P"p011toiPba, >rAtaeT .Itr' illia -Ua eoapel1'l tw : binbolding .Mr. and Mr*. J. H. Canon of Jactsopville the many kindnesses .. : .

: Mr*. R.' Lewi. and little daughter : forth in that- city r the. past who have been spending the shown to n* during the recent Maynard.Mr. Illness. J..W.. HARRIS, .Mauat49i, .In th.,D Um.B d

)" ..' ..'":; and nioeo/of.Hot.Sprihg*.,.Ark.,. are week, and .report: a .evry;"J.metelne' past few month with, his brother. C.]I and death. uel tot'our)II'*.little Joy son D. J,.fforda.. '," .,:, ," .!:r .7. - . ,
Iit. "'- A Carson Jr. at Camp Hammock, onA .
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1 :I.: Highway Commission .. A German aeroplane the Peiersburgaflv: : "age opinion Philadelphia remaining: president V

t I ..0.0.00..0..00.0. & I English coast Saturday and dropped: I the court of Floridst at while the followIng( : were the directors

V several bombs off Deal. No damage Tallahassee,- reversed the decision' of named: Louis G. Brown, Oliver W.

t *. Tallahassee.-Following up hla announced ODD BITS OF NEWS was done. The aeroplane. was driven' the circuit court in the Pinellas county Payran, Lewis W. Klahr Geo. W.

% intention to make public from off by.a patrol boat. Courthouse case. This Removes from Brown and William H. Wright.Barlow. :'

I, V time to time a number of the recommendations SIZE OF STANDARD .++..ooooooo. .o.o.oo.o.. taxpayers'of Pinellas county burdenof collector -
4t t which he to submit The British battleships Irresistibleand I between $260 000 and $300.000, .-F. M. Lanler, tax
V L 4 proposes which convenes Swoyersvllle. Pa.--Justice of the Ocean and the French battleship' which the ftve-mill levy for'live of Polk county, has tendered his

., i c to the Gov.legislature Park ,Trammell ctates FIELD BOXES SETAt Peace Henry Miller of this place, was Bouvet were sunk by floating mines have amounted to puts yearswould the resignation to Governor- Park ,Trammel -

J, : i, that in April he ,will make recommendations so angry at the defLnt and unrepent.ant while making an attack on the Darda responsibility of the jail ;and courthouse ]. State Auditor R. A. Gray closed

V subjects: attitude of a wife-beater on trial nelles last Saturday. All of the crews on the commissioners who the office until a successor was named.J .
? V upon the fololwing before him that he peeled off his coat of the British ships escaped, but most awarded the P. Murdaugh was named by Governor -
contracts individuals.
:' Author!** Cities to Change Charters. a meeting held In Orlando last and sailed into the defndant. When of the crew of the French ship were as Trammell for the position. .

V : Y ) Much of the time of each session of Saturday growers and shippers of oemrt adjourned the wife-beater was St. AUl'U tine-A conference was i I,

., the legislature is consumed in the consideration citrus fruits decided upon a standard so buttered that his best friend would lost.A held here recently between represen- Clearwater.-The jury returned a

) of city charter measures. To field box, which will be legalized bya not recognize him. Also he was humble Zeppelin raided Calais on the tative growers and railroad officials to I verdict of not guilty "individually or

,. V V V reliev the legislature of thin work and bill to be Introduced at the coming ( and repentant. French coast last Saturday. Seven consider the desire of the growers to collectively" against the former boardof

'I / nl i order that the people of the towns session of tbe legislature by representative persons were killed by bombs droppedby market their products at a fair profit county commissioners who were

V' ,. and cities may have authority to make S. S. Griffin, of Orange county. Fifield, Wis.-Kept alive for two the air raiders. which has seemed impossible to do, tried before the county court on a V

V J their own charters and alter same, as Col! T. J. Watkins offered the following days by association with two bear As result of various writs I owing to the low condition of the mar- charge of malfeasance in office.SEED'S._

'V r; ;\ desired locally, a constitutional which was later adopted" as c'jhh and their mother, Baby Ball, the orders a and ket and high freight rates. The rail-
), V amendment removing this authority the proper standard : "12x13x33[ InHeads I wo-year-old, son of a settler north of producing a perfect legal en- I roads appeared to view favorably the

", from the legislature and vesting: it to be I of !
in the towns and cities xhould. be submitted I| Ing hand holes Sides are made asleep in the underbrush and danger being New returned York to Mattewan agreed to take the matter up with the
hospital in state for at
A, V't | 3.8x4 In. Hint; bottoms 3Kx4 3-4 In. though starving, was not suffering ]least month. western railroads
j a
Uniform System of Public Accounts. slats" from exposure The searchers saw -

'. There has been In recent years a 'I Among those taking part in the the .signs of benrs near whore the The British steamers Hvndford and Winter Park.-President Blackman, We carry all the leading varieties
V .V 'rf'l.t 'inent in nonilv I all the IIICM. .I INK w1' A. H Newton Winter hild wu found, and old woodsmen Bluejacket were torpedoed in the English of Rollins college, has tendered his of Farm, Field and Garden Seed that

V V !!' iiintKx impio\i in l ritfUMl to the system of i (duide; n : 1 FOrl..1 lake Sanford J. itared that the tuihp was kept alive channel last Saturday by German; I: resignation to take effect September have been tested and known to be

( ( the public iictounts, hut in II Sul1-r. (II I kIiiiil' I Flallk 11 1 lavls) ., I hy l sleeping with, the 'lIhR and then submarinesAieoidmg. 30 Dr Blackman at the advice of adapted to this soil and climate. We

V ;V ardor tapping) that I lu1H'Y ju-rfcctc-d( I II Ireionimend Tpopkn.I ; I I. L. 1'11)11 A .7 :\:\ eMr, mother All that the child can say Is: _ _ I physicians, will live an outdoor life can fill your order immediately for

.. (thiit i" uniform pytitrm. of l1NVil:; of (;t.eilh.i 111 IIlralll, Mini a Big doggie plm, ,baby hungry" I to >i report print('(1 in a''I and with several associates has purchased -I new cron of all varieties of

V I V ,'minimi; in t tlu ("ountv offucH I of II..ulc' ; 1 1,10)\ > el 1 s T'uIIY I and C. II II IIJla Stoelholm; / n"'palH'r. I 122,000 Japan- a ranch near the St. John'sriver. :
V;: (pulilir u l providing( for the I k..r. ( 'H'illl V h II' ,-..tlll.II"lw,1 Iy .
V' ,t V Mate ,'ompl"III'r) anil tin Htati audl1 i Col T. .I \\'Illkin. Inlro.le I .(Ine ).el a'I i t as sue nil I ion bus foim'd i n secret -- I Winter Park.Orlando.Major. peas,
? ";.J tors to pi)""<'s<'riln' und i-nforc..> the useof 'solution( l I wli'eh, was 1"IOI.ll'd.l en I 1 Jody of I 100() (lieu whi will report\ tojiirt.iits Won led about by the the ('omnicatlon"l. ] J. O Wright for- <-f
1 t !t ,.' 'I! uniform hooks und )lilankK and also] I cloi'sing' /: I lln crop) I".t, t bill ],,.opo.J( [ nil nnd( emplojeis' the names of i'Brought('ii'li Morkaelc by of (;"IInan: ports ', mer chief engineer of the Everglades Corn. Kaffir ('<>in, !Millet IJeg-
thim l to it-quire the sysUm n ,tl I.. I Flol'loiaI'r.; ... uiiil shlppi.. \oung pei ons( attemling elamc'S
nulhon/inir' drainage in Orlando last weekto
) I IIlI'ut'r". ete.., thought te> l 10 e i improtterI President Wilson,] has discussed, with' was gar \\"i'I 1, Solatium Ssl l, Ktc.
1".1.1,.. to !I.< used by evi ry j I II Leagin.tnl uK*> ia\ orliag/: an ,tpprpiialion < I Clark complete] ararngements to take up
(4' 1 1' ] whose duty includes] the I m%<"stigiilnrn are volunteers] T hev' Speaker Champ possibility COW I'EAH1.1: \'.Mtll'Irl; I $
r offil"u
( I tliuusan 1
county ( of one )hundred t J >f calling a special I'H..ion of I the draniage work of the Scllwood-
will I I "leport. also, all I other law viola-' con-
I i ) "y pintf of any part of the public I' (doll.n rOt' a i Hiu ('ankil, war fund I I I Florida Farms company, 'which owns I IChixloN Natal nncl Su 1nii (IIIIMM Hcfxl.
: t ti">n' t Iwy discover
a'ountR. I some 20,000 acres in th? Lake Apopka
\ : A Market V IKK Hureail. I --.c- :-:";": +:->+:'->- : : Zeppelin an' hir- raided i Paris Sunday section. Complete Stock of garden and field
", V 1 Fort Smith; Ark This state'sbrand seeds, poultry feed and supplies, incubators -
: V L Produce of all kmels ean be procluc, X"I morning dropped a dozen I
-now prohihition law is already] Palatka. The etc.
State Bankers'
(. association -
ed in Florida. (Our growers are wonderfully 1'- l bOflIls. The damage done was unimportant -
successful in raising good! a deael letter here Because the salex I will meet here Friday and Sat- Write for our spring( catalogue] and

V : :, V The serious question, however ,..,..:-:. Mists hove secured federal], stat- --- urday of this week. The city, has weekly price list on poultry feed, etc.

"il crops. is the marketing and county ]licenses, but under the The British st,amer Cairntorr wastorpeele planned to entrtam the -visitors in Oldest established and largest seed
, O with our producers proper .
;.j J .1 f and successful] *H-elling. ] what W* are justly proud of our Bassenger neW prohibition law cannot be grant >eel off lJ.aehy Head In the English ; -I royal style Col\ Fred R Farnsworth, house in Florida.
; ; public i I<('hooWit\ h a membership eel licenses it 1 at
t have raised With a good market city was agrt'c< a channel Sunday by a German submarine secretary of the American Bankers'
'f I they where fair prices'' can be procured for of pupils In the two conference that they shall]) be fined by She sank but her crew was association, of New York will attend] E. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANYNo.

,, V and staple the departments taught by Pre>fessor! R.I the city $4 a day, payable, every tend rescued, 206 East Bay St.<
." ". :, our vegetable is certain to crops sueceed I F. I loWell from Walburn Fla. "iys. The new prohibition law for- I Palatka The annual convention of I ,JA'KSONVlLLEFLORIDA.<<
V Florida] farmers in th. matter has e hartre of the higher grades\ and hiels the granting of any more saloon] Peace Sunday was observed. by 4he the State Association of Elks'< lodges _
t 'V To assist our s I Miss P. F Lawson from Kissimmee, licenses. Before it was signed! Fort Catholic churches throughout the will be held here on April 6, 7 and -
the ] good of all the
and for general 1 Fu.] who teaches the smaller in 8. It that this
that pupils Smith iloomsts! had secured all their country compliance with directionsof is expected meetingwill
I recommend
V > people of the state for state 1 the monthly averages of nearly every Iiecnsin save those from the city. Pope Beneelict! XV, who sent a be the largest and most success- Gutters |

I 4j provision bureau be niaeie The said a bureau to marketing be- pupil has increased! Those whose Mayor> I lead, in police (court told the prayer from Rome which was read ful ever held.Jacksonville.A"t'he.

s I grades and deportment deserves spo 'nloomsis] that although he is a pro- by the clergy .
i ::t V directed by a commissioner whose cial I mention are the following, in or- hibitioni'-t, he did not believe the city ;; result of the Mould inn
V duties it shall be to take all action The relations of President M I D .
between and resignations Johnson
I eler of excellence: Hen Walker, (leor- hid I u moral right to dose\ the saloons
to bring about the successful Austria, belieweei Treasurer O. S. Albritton and
necessary gin Howell, Alma] Pearce and )Douglas uneie'r existing eonelitions. were to have reached ,
4 i marketing of the farm products Thompson The first thing that at- -.- an acute stage Mondawhen all.I Secretary W. P. Douglass] there has
of Florida] Such bureau with Austrian and (; ; been of the
V : rmlln subjects were an entire reorganization
r trae'te-el our attention was good system AT I SEVE-TY.T\\O I : ; I () WALKS
Ii management will not only be prop'r'l wit hout which not h InK can be clone I ,id\iscel bv I their consuls to le'a\e Italyin official heads of the Florida Life I Insurance -

I : derful aid to our farmers but with any degree of Sue5s. Now, TWENTY MILES\ INijp4: ; IIOI'KS' t the. shortest tl n1(' possible. I company and the Peninsular I

1 made wlf sustaining there are three things we. HS pa'ntK.mllKt Casualty company The new officersof I
Public )Road Com miNKlol Anderson Inel sevent More than 7,0(10()() nglish '
I I women the Florida] Life are: President
elo to hold the "'1 edit of the5hOOl
; V Within the decade the public \' twoeais old]t!.! a \ ettan ha\i> lesponeled( to the} call of their ,
past John W. I Dodge secretary M. Mar
r to where it i. The* first to keep ;
L has become more or less alive to the <' of I thei; ,ml, war, nppcared at I the &.:'0\0 I nine'nt to take, the places of men schall treasurer, J. R Anthony jr. I
ehildien i ill school 'hoed ;
I Our every M (
and the dc (d; A I K h"acJ''r< (] her and( told IoU 11I1IIlflu..t.while, tb
; V necessity for advantage V V in' ; day I unless prp\onteel from so (eloingb I I
I the assembled), \1'1'an", he hidMilkcd] I I I
roads I
rived from gOOd ThiN(00" t a I lily.l'rzi'niy'.l | President Charles E. Clarke treasurer -
I 0"hich i have ;
V v e>e e'lIrr's we
V I.-"n-I tlu( twenty miles from his home to the -- -
road sentiment has beee>nn ejuite
J. R.
1 Anthony
,hool ,
F ne e-ontrol. Second.) to visit the
eral in Florida A large number oft ('itm jii"t foul henirs, II,. offered to ], the strongest Austnanfoitic'ss
I V; V and KT*'t "iiamted| with the system I t ill (lalie', suriendcreel' the : OUR PICKETS ARE OUTon
,: the counties of the state a.'e now used then will bo better wa'ir: $10 I I that not a member] of the la, to Tampa.-Perry G. Wall general
either by direct taxation or by funds ; being ; we local post could! duplicate his feat lie Russians :Monelay This 1 fortress, had manager of the Knight & Wall Hard
eiuahftc'd, ; to meet the third] obligation .
the best fences in because
he besieged for five months. town
( t raised from bonds engageel extensively] found! no takers i n ware company, has announced his can-
Third.Inti that this each anel
is e
cry they look bent and wear best. In
for the United senate
-- - -- didacy States
; in road (construction and improv.t'menL I
work harmony with the teach- Thr"p I hundred lives lost in'
I one in were
r V 4 With the expenditure of the large Pl'P SAVES TWO I MEN IN; FIREWallace to succeed Senator N. P. Bryan, fact this applies to all our Lumber
ers Then our It(hool will continue a rrifff storm on the southern coast I and
I whose term March 4 1917. V
7 : sums of money which is now being to be an honor to our community entitled of Spain early this week. expires ,
V applied and will in the future be used
I believe that the sovereign powers I St PetersburgIt. is estimated
4 : in even larger amounts for road buildIng that regulate our school will nee and to receive hero medals owned a six- Li'ut.-Com, William Bricker and from registers kept of tourists who To buy anything In these lines
months-old Scotch collie
it will be both wise and economical act in accordance with the wishes of bv; three American sailors] were drownedin I visitefl the city this winter, that not without obtaining our prices will '
.? Horace I angdon of this city would!
to have the roads of the counties its patrons and give our teachers pro- the Bosphorua last Saturday night, less than 20,000 have been mean not only a loss in money, but
lie entitle to recommendation for such persons
V!; laid out with system; to have them per remuneration for their service, when their rowboat capsized in a here during the season. alogs, In the quality as well, to you.
s V I made of proper materials and scientifically and hold our present talent. We as honor. The cabin occupied by Lang- I' squall Any good carpenter will endorse 'bis.

4 I ": constructed. There is no avenue parents, do not give our children 'don and Charles Bare, was destroyed Jacksonville.-Directors in three of
&k for greater waste to public funds enough attention. These are jewels by fire recently and the two occupants The Germans claim to have recap- Florida's large land companies were
t 'j tured Memel] the Baltic which
Lt: than In road building when the work that God has intrusted! to our cars and escaped i from the burning building seaport named at a recent meeting of the May Lumber Co."

1r i- i is carried on in a slipshod fashion should be placed in a good positionfor with only wearing apparel which was. recently seized=- _by the Russians Florida Land and Improvement company -

V 4 '4 I i Without proper skill, a comprehensive life by giving them a good educa they had hastily donned. Both had THINGS WORTH KNOWING. the Kissimmee Land oompany, H. R. May, Mankger.

,"1. V 'i. system and suitable material. tion. May the God whom we are trying retired and were sound asleep when To mildew soak article I i and the San Pablo and Diego Beach Phone 21 Klaalmibee, Fla.
.c ," I believe that the county should be to serve, open our, eyes to thisV the fire broke out. remove in | Land company. Harry Zessimger, of
milk and salt and the un.j
'" : the unit for road building; but while great responsibility and do it. By Langdon was awakened by the dog sour! lay in
Or chloride of lime made in
.V ". the first object should be to serve the one who i is dearly interested in school frantically clawing and scratching his use

V ,r' f people of the county which! defrays the work. P. H.... MENELB:, neck and shoulders, to find tho housoIn portion of of water.a teaspoonful of lime pro-I

V d I expense each county should be V neighborly Bassenger, Fla. flames and the room filled with quart
Next time bake bread
; 1V and co-operate with the 'adjoining Miss Georgia Howell has returnedto smoke. lie hastily broke a windowand you
diced carrot of tomatoes
r V counties in making: proper and hef'home in Walburn, Fla. grasping the dog, jumped outside fine and one, a couple small brownedin 1 The of the worldare
f I! i ,:V i' J suitable connections for hithwavs. soI and awakened Bare, who slept in an eyes
V fat and what delicious
pork see a
,f j-far as the same can be done without adjoining room. The alarm was turned I
dish have.
';., V, j(detriment to the best interests of the 0' C.C. in and the department arrived on you
Icing for cake can be colored a
c }' V (.county road system CAMPBELL the scene in time to save the build-

;". l t V' To advance the good road move- C. V V Ing from total destruction but the beautiful beet with It ill a inexpensive small quantityof and I on the man 'WhoSAVES
1\\ sn.n-to bring greater efficiency contents were a total loss. absolutely

1 ',V : V V '""hfToad construction In the various School closed here last Friday. The fire is thought to have originated To cleanse pure.hands from vegetable

it; "iV counties of the state, to ascertain the Miss Martha Acree is spending a I from an overheated stove LanJ-1 stains, rub with a slice of raw potato.

..i most advisable methods, the best materials few weeks! with her sister, Mrs. Will I don still bears the marks of the Iron rust stains may be removed I

to be used, and in a general Allen at Fort Gardner Fla. scratching he received from the collie. I from goods by using sour milk.DON'TWAIT.
r \' way to have the road building: of the Mr. John Roland of Winter Garden

V V V counties placed upon the most economIcal was a Sunday visitor here with friends C.-

tt 4 basis and to stop and relatives. o C.

}V V V ''Waste, I believe it advisable to have Hon. C. S. Acree spent a few days o DAVENPORT. C.G _

: V 'created 'a state road commission, tot with relatives in Lakeland this week. Take Advantage of a KHKITUIIO| C'lll-

: I 'be composed of three members, who Miss Ernestine Brown left last Fri- -C.-- zs't's Es; ....rlt..........

V I 4 : .jahall be allowed their expenses when day to stay a few weeks with her When the back begins to ache,
t 4V V Vt! "engaged in the public business, but grandmother Mrs. T. C. M. Boggess, lIon. J. E. Bush, of Racine Wis. Don't wait until backache becomes

v1 V V ', :Who shall serve without salary. at Fort Ogden! Fla. vice-president of the Chicago "iarnishcompany chronic; I

li 1''c I f The, said. 'commission should be Mr. H.' L. Overstreet was a Kissimmee I who has been spending some 'Till kidney troubles develop; for a moment man

,V; V '1'. granted: ample authority to conduct visitor Friday. V weeks at Davenport departed for the 'Till urinary troubles destroy PAUSE young ,

I I I JVV A V \;. mil inquiries, to make all necessary. in* Mrs. J. A. O'Berry spent a few I north last Saturday. Mr. Bush has a night's rest. thought to self. The

V4 .;,j\\ i Destinations, and| tak4' all necessary1'J days With her parents Mr. and Mrs. great deal of property in and around Profit by a Kissimmee" citizen's exoerlence a

: p 1 : 'action for' th. advancement of publicj J. T. Hauls recently, after which Ihe Davenport and is one of its moat ardent .
that confront
LV 'road in the state. The supporters. problems now or
VJ improvements left to join her husband in Miami. Mrs H. Sievcr, 316 Church St. you ,
; f'V$ V t' commission should be authorized to Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Reams and in- Hon. (,. A. Stephens, president of had
engineer at a salary 'the Moline Plow Works wh. has Kissimmee Says: "My kidneys will few hence.Look
ii t LV : *f employ a highway fant son were Campbell visitors SatUrday been bothering me for several months a years .
r :SV % V j :; V ,' not to exceed $2,600 per annum and Sunday. been spending several weeks in Davenport such
) and I kept having dreadful
V'; '\' \in. who should be required to investigate Quite a few people attended church colony returned north a few

V Vr ': .and report upon the methods of road here Sunday. : days ago. Mr. Stephens has some backaches that it was a wonder I was about yon--th* saen of affairs in country, state, nation-yes,
V ', construction best adapted to the va- Mrs. Hambrldge, who has been visiting V very fine roveproperty in this colony. able to be up, as it was only by sheer
i .. the world are the men who started to save early in life.
that I feet
V will
V L ;Y; 1'rions sections of th% state and de- her sister Mrs. B. R. Garrett, Mrs. C. C. Beatty, who has been powor my
4 ,'-1.fin* standards for the construction and has returned to her home in Illinois.\ spending several weeks in St. Peters- The kidney secretions were unnatural -

V' 2 4 : 'f ,maintenance of highways, and perform News was received by Mr. C. ,H. burg, returned to Davenport last Mon- and most of tbe time I could see They .... tile respect and confidence of tile community.

>; such other duue incident to anJ Strickland that his sister, Mrs. Carrie dark spots floating before my eyes.

tV > ' LV I- '.properly connected with such position' Lambkin, died at her home near day.The fine new residence of Mr. W. H. My eight was more or less affected. Taea look on th. ether side -at th. fellows who rpead' all tl f
V '* H. ..holldSeo be required to co-oper- Ga. last Tuesday and was Goetting, president of the Elgin Steam I usod Doan's Kidney Pills and It was
V Athens, ak.-tk.y may Ia... a food tim. for a while but wimat does tl ..
V r V 'og" at* and advise with the boards of buried on Wednesday at the Lambkin Laundry of Elgin III, is about com but a short time before I was over

V -county commissioners and county en- cemetery. Mrs. Lambkin spent several pleted and is a valuable addition to the trouble. They seemed to bo just personality reflect?

rinrs with reference to county months here some few years ago Davenport.Mr. what my system required."

; : .;,- 'bonds. and was loved by all who knew her. W. G. Austin, of Anderson Ind, Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be 1k.cccl. *
_ _ _ _
Mr. Francis Brown, from Thurman who recently: purchased the Bowen simply ask for a kidney remedyget ... of an honorable, independent career,
j #v, TALKS ON DOMESTIC TOPICS. City, visited his mother, Mrs. Ernest block in Davenport, has thoroughly Dean's Kidney Pills-the same

1'%, V 'r'' : Brown, Sunday. remodeled the property and has 'nowa that Mrs. Siever had. Foster-Mll- Make yenr befinninf .ow-toda Tour

3\ :' v. Th very newest bedroom either to pillowsr match modern building.. This is occupiedby burn Co., Props, Buffalo" N. Y. bank boek will pave th. way.
4 v, V made of cretonne, THIEF RETURNS TROUSERS. Mr. II. E. Swarta with his various
V V 'the hangings or, if on* prefers, in a TO CLEAN SILVER.
V ) V departments, barber shop, repair shop,
I. V : "'pUaslnr: ; contrast. The pillow should I Elkhart, Ind.-J. C. Banniman, of feed store and grocery department. Wash and dry, then place silver in

:; I :. be made in box shape before it 1s.covered this city, lost a pair of trousers by Also Mr. and Mrs W. I. Zellers are clabber milk, being- careful to have it State Bankof

t .: with the cretonne. Inches and theft twenty-nine years ago. A few conducting in this building an upto- entirely covered with milk. Leave fora

'V) V : i Cut two squares twenty with three- days ago they were returned to him date restaurant and European plan few momenta or several hours as

,Vt Join the top and bottom a by parcel post by the conscience- rooming house. required. Then wash in soap suds and
V '..inch: strip of the rood cover stricken thief whose identity remains Mr. Chas. A. Parrish, president of polish with chamois. This clears the

V c': '. the cushion with cretonne the, top, bottom be- unknown even to Mr. Banning. Originally the Davenport Drainage:! district, has most intricate parts without Injury. Kissimmee
V 'and four aides, all of seams had faded to remodeled his automobile.
Bind all of the black the trousers Should silver be badly tarnished, return -
V lag on the outside. finish with a a greenish hue, but otherwise were In On last Friday night the 19th inst to the milk and leave longer. Capital .tec* _
t :\r seems with a tape and as good condition as when bought, there was given ni Delson Opera house Exchange. ---- ---------------------------$100,000.00

v' 4' ,,1.f. at the nearly three decades ago. Mr. Banni a home talent theatrical. It made a *..., ".' .*. -_____---__-__-_____________ 400000.00 ..
of the .
:jTdainty nap pWow U made for great hit and U now billed for Haines
took them to a tailor pressing -
I ob- man s PILLS
only shaped Officer and Director
cretonne pattern CHICHESTER
earn and now expects to get his City next Thursday night and Lough-

V: 'V V I:ML j .,coals lone *and".t the and cretonne a n.t ruffle.coveredIwith The- net a, roosters worth out of them. the man participants a little later In on.this While entertainmentwere non. of ':'!.1=/_. RA$ C A. CARSON. Prst J. M. LEE. Vic Pmt

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V : tV lives a pleasing: ; supposed to be professional acton 11,
V : mad 'ofrWleaves Is*) QsisiN That DOM Nut .Sst Tair. t .. - -1- ,
II :' Mod*.' A,tiny rose pillow under ...M aS Its taste Md yet they so presented their part I I Mr.'I "
V (1<' U a delight to tuck "-IYIC BJUMtO QOIlf 1MB!.boUOTthoa...sJ..." as to carry away the highest compliment I _ff IA .NcsaANcriLLa.avseN ROMA.THOMAS. Cashier
____ t 1fl the up pillow>> and xuds pleasingfreshness oslaisa ... '.s- wsssa. 505 *. The name of the play was .. '-----''- '
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i z '!; .W,. th*" room.n ". : V \ ioefclw the sla.tare .< a. W. oaOVX. tta. "The Matrimonial Bureau." I $OtJIJDIII&iIS1S I
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'FRIDAY. MARCH- it i llS ? 'h THE :KISSIHMEE ,VALLEY GAZETTE, 'cf ''10 : ,

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iU STRAWBERRIES. quired miner of silica to-'Southern- railway, near JHn Hill Ala, : Purchase. of"$1,000,000 of ,bond. or JI '

FEWER CARS : NET ; : I be basic of several pets. American ,Bridge ,company has, eon more has been assured by responsible ';
* tract for bridge Alabama favorable"terms..- C. C.Rogan .
Column Forward over ;the/ persona on -: ,
GROWERS' ; Bradentownv City will grade Fair- river., ", , M. F. HeHUrincton' W. F. ,
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view avenue, front/ Stantoo streetto !< Sneed 8. F; Smith and A..J, Holwor-1 b
y .. \ Manatee. river'' (width 20 feet) and West Palm Beach. -. Methodist th,.. members of the board of trade.
Chandler atreet from Florida'avenue church .has, plans by John Gaisford ,
: OUT TOTAL OF 49,120 QUARTS SENT FRESH REPORTS OF. PROGRESS to Broad street (width 30 feet), both. MemphisTenn.... for building; Gothic Clermont.-School trustees let.con.
FROM THE ADVANCING STATE to be curbed on both sides with cement style; cost $30,000.Lakeland. tract'to Moor< A Co, Germont tot "
OUT IN WEEK FROM PLANT curbing; also grade Ohio avenue . 4 erect school 61x69.feet;, asbestos)
CITY WET WEATHER AFFECTS FLORIDA.. from Richmond to Sarasota avenue .-A. J.. IIolworthy,' secretary shingle roof) Ideal steam radiation

, FRUTTMEN SHIPMENTS PRICES I, (width 24 feet) and curb on both sides of the Laktland board of trade; electric lights: .cost $10,000. ,, without-. "
Umat.iIIa.-W. H. Carr Leesburg with! granite curbing. reports that steps are being taken to mechanical equl ment.'', " x '
, GOOD. r Fla., is preparing plans for $8,000 o . obtain right of way, eta, for the con- 4Perry.Taylor . '
I Plant City.-The strawberry re- .I school. Fort Myers.-Lee county commis- struction, equipment and. operation ot county MOVEMENT OF CITRUS 'CROP ceipts for the past week showed a . sioners are considering $100,000 bond an interurban rapid transit line to contract to L. J.' Wilson Perry, to)
marked decrease I Jacksonville.\: -Catholic church will issue to construct road from Fort connect several important towns in erect two-story annex to high school '",
over the previous
SHOWS A BIG SHRINKAGE. I several weeks which was caused by I erect building on Summit avenue. Myers to Marco. Polk county, and the various places 80x80 feet; brick; jralvanixed-lron
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GRAPEFRUIT IN BETTER DEMAND o 0 0 will be asked to grant franchises roof; hot-air heating plant. -
the rains. The has hav- ,
heavy wet, weather Miami.-Methodist church isi Ocala.-A. C. Cobb D. W. Tomp- .
-SEASON DRAWING TO injured the buries to some extent but ing plans prepared by John Gaisford, kins and L. W. Duvall'are reported -. . -:--
A CLOSE. not seriously hurt the plants. The Memphis, for church; cost $35,000. an contemplating erection of plant to }
condition of the ground and berries 444Tampa.Tampa r a
manufacture washboards from r
r- Cars moved last week------- 763 during this wet weather has prevented Waterworks Co., cobs. corn- ,
Cars moved week before ]last1,155 the picking of the berries and also Chester R. McFarland general manager * All Aboard for Stetson '

Total to date_ __ __--___ -___ __ _20,468 damaged the berries BO that many will expend about $32,000 to Miami.-Chas. E. Greening, J. II.
bushels of them unfit for construct reservoir. Tatum and Walter will
i were ship- Waldin arrange -
Jacksonville, Fla.-The citrus fruit *
ment. for of
movement last week was 763 cats or Fcllsmere-Hoard of instruction has. proponed development Think! Nine weeks' board room and tuition for $39. March Jl- t '
The prices received by the front between First
392 cars less than the previous week. )i growers plans by V. II. Trifle Fellsmere, for I bay property June: 1. Students who cannot enter at the start may enter later- 4
during the week considered build seawall
street and Miramar ,
The total carlot shipment has been I / were exceptionally school]; two stories and basement; ordinary ; even for a week-and pay le"g. Review courses for teacher' ..KamiDa.t -
good in view of the boulevard latter to be
15,352 cars of oranges and 5,116 cars general costruction. avenue ; 'onll June 8 by Supt. Sheats.- It's Stetson. That tells the story.: '
condition of the and the wide
berries 100 feet with center. I
of grapefruit, totaling 20,568 cars fact that the will . Write for more particulars.(
shipping season Ta\-ares.-Ta"ar School
moved out of the state since September -
Jacksonville B. Travis will erect
continue but a few weeks longer. Sev- ADDRESS
15.The. district is having plans prepared by
residcnc" cost $i,500.: :
eral days the price paid was as highas two-btory ; I
Fla. for :!
season is to a close W. II. Carr, Leesburg, $12,000
drawing * *
and it is estimated by the large distributors 24c for per quart, with a general average school. Lakeland.. B. l F. Key has plansby Stetson University DeLand Florida j j
I the week, totalling the whole, CMiami.Carl ,
and heavy individual ship- of I A. J.I I'rotppt Lakeland Fla., for
I 18.05c per quart. G. Fisher is receivingbids
pers that the balance of the crop remaining dwelling-) S. Floriiii avenue; 43x4H y
in the state is not near as I Quarts Price to erect store apartment feet, circlniary; construction; metal
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large as the trade believes. It must Friday -- - -- --I ,2HO $2,826.80 building. 1iMiami.James * I roof; day labor; cost $5,000: without -
be taken into consideration that besides I I Saturday .12.ROO 2,304.00: ) Chamberlain is having mechanical equipment. OOO C40 tO O oooooooooooooooo.o.t .
the large quantity of grapefruitthat Mohdny . 5.7HO 97!>.20 plans prepared for store and I C I .
has been shipped, there are thous- ,Tuesday ._ 9,200 1,61000 Miumi.Klbort H. Bears will erect /t
ands of boxes of large sizese inferior Wednsday .. 4,000( 760.00 apartment house.M * 1 r.,s-dence; on Twentieth street; 36x50 I wPay you
!trade that have been culled out Thursday 2OHO 395.00 Tampa.--.1. T. Mall icoat will erect feet; stone; concrete floors; fireproof; ,
and thrown away. I -- -- -- Iwo-htory brick apartment house on'Lafay..tjp tile roof; hot-air heat; electric lighting I to buy Our
The demand for grapefruit for the Totals .49,120: $8,875.00This street; :IlOxTili( feet.C . \ \ and t"oohngc..m'nt; sidewalks. t ;
past two weeks has been stronger I ePassaGrille.City* * *
report covers only the shipments P..nNncoa.-Mrs.} C i. W. Norsworthy
than in several weeks... This is especially awarded contract i I I1l
true from points west of the I from the local platform. Fig/ to construct one mile of side has plans by Wm. Alfred Pensacola, Implements ';
Mississippi. The demand has no doubt I lures of the I lover and Sydney. shipments ) walk, etc. for dwelling :iOx0: feel; frame con-
for the "eelhav.. not \been struction.
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been created by the low prices prevailing -, 1l
rcceied. Davenport.--Davenport I' Drainage! e aPerry.I
throughout the country which ,i'11-trict' let contract to construct drainage I). L. K"en has plans by L. 6,
created many new markets. The fruitat : EST COAST TOMATO! I DEAL. canal to reclaim 5,000 acres of J. Wilson, Perry, to erect dwelling; 45
the present time is at its best, and I .
HV land. feet wide, i5 feet deep over porches;
prices no doubt will continue to befair The !Miami Section Shipping DO Cars ump 0 0 bungalow type; concrete block construction
for the remainder of the season. a Wi :-k. IJradrntown.Manatee County Sar- ; fireproof, galvanized iron
Shipments of oranges have not beenquite Miami', Kla-1 Weather conditions, arequite asota-Venire Road and Bridge district shingle roof; brick mantels; cost rA
as heavy owing no doubt to a favorable' except that thereis sot -t\\ :$'jr>(),bOO bonds for roads and i,500.:
slight decline in the northern markets {i lower tempeiature, than usual for idges. *
as California fruit is coming in this' .season of the year. All the tomatoes R-abroe/.e.- J. Rouser of Lansing }
freely. There is only H small percentage are making a rapid! growth. Munute.lh.vMHnatl'p, Co., cap- ( ''Mich, will erect winter residence. R v
of the orange crop ]left in the Shipping continues in shout th.v same ital stock if.'iO.OOO; incorporated to I * I
etatc. Shippers ]look for advance in volume! UK last week, operate electric plant etc.; C. H. Da- Fort Myers.-Fort Myers Marco iA
prices within II shout time and here Shipments for the Miami sectionare vis, president, ; C. (J. Stebbins vice Bay & Miami Railroad company proposes il
is no doubt that the balance of the about fifty curs a week while president. ; J. S. Tarror, secretary- to build from Fort Myers to'' MAr1] S : :
fruit left in the state will move at a shunt :10,000? packages go out by ex- treasurer.St. . Naples and Marco bay on the west ,, & .
. c'I'.1, fairly good figure. Orange trees are I press., Prices! rule fair. There is 0 0 coast; thence easterly two-thirds of
. .' in bloom and reports from different some cash buying at good prices. I'etersburCity will vote on the way across the peninsula, and
., sections of the state lire that the Beans ar-3 in fair supply now but construction of electric light plant; if thenoe southeast to Miami, a total dis
bloom is quite heavy. The Valencia the crop is getting shorter. Good voted affirmatively will vote $150,000 Lance of 150 miles. About eighteen y
varieties will start to move within ten I prices prevail and growers seem satisfied bonds for construction.Clearwater. miles of trestle work will be required.W. .
days. The crop has matured in fine I with the bean deal. .0' J. Hilands, R. S. Hall and S. P.
shape, and the quality will be the best ] .-Jas. B. McChesney has Hollinrake of Ocala] and James R.
ever shipped out of the state. i VEGKTAHLK SHIPMENTS plans by Ltestsr Avery, Clearwater, Collins of Jacksonville are trustees.
The citrus fruit outlook at present : AT PALMETTO to erect dwelling at Harbor Oaks, 40 Route is level. Construction bids will

is much more encouraging than it has I by 40 feet; shingle* *roof* ; cost $5,000. be opened about.July. 1, this year.
been for a long time and shippers be- Palmetto.-Fifty one cars of vegetables Jacksonville. L. Snelson will HOW WILL IT PAY.YOU? ,
lieve that the balance of the fruit of : were shipped from here the past Pensacola.-Gulf. Florida and Ala
erect frame residence onMerschell BUILT AND A
two-story bama railroad, it is announced, hasplaced c
will find week. Weather conditions ar." much I
the best grad and pack a -
street, between Barrs and X: TIME. # ;
mproved, and "princrop" are coming $1,000,010 of bonds with a syndicate LONG /
sale satisfactory l'es.- f
The ready Packer. pr along nicely. Since January 11, 39l King streets; cost CCCJacksonville.B.$3.1>00. and construction will be Im '1 H ICY .0(t IN FtASY'ANi) DO MORE. AND BETTER. ,.

I :ars of mixed vegetables have moved S. Levy will erect mediately resumed upon its extension WORK WITH LESS LABOR. r '. t

CIIICAGO CITRUS MARKET. I from this section.POTATOES residence; brick and hollow tile; tile from Broughton to a point on the THEY DO NOT GET OUT OF ORDER.,. ,, '
Oranges Are Unchanged but Grapefruit AT EAST PALATKA. roof; steam or hot-water heat; six YOU GET LARGER AND BETTER/CROPS.. tUSXC
Was in Better Demand. rooms; bungalow type; wood joists; t Al J.""'. Yu' R -HOUND IS BETTER PREPARED :
market this Falatka Fla.-The potato crop of cost $10,000 without mechanical equip- t
week was in about the same condi- East Palatka and Orange Mills will ment. CCCGulfport.City Q -. .
tion as heretofore and trade was only' aggregate about 1,500 acres. Ship- to about I .
moderately active. There was a good ments will begin about April 1. $0,000 square feet plans sidewalks.pave .. THEY ARE AN INVESTMENT THAT,.BRINGS BIG
1 supply of California navels, but very "> * RETURNS.

little of the fruit was fancy in quality.. Invigorating to the Pale and SicklyThe Hastings.-City will grade, curb and ; ; W. ,......, m*. L! rttTta, .., ; ; : "J'
Some of it was arriving in a decayed OldBlaadardeealrat.treeatheelsg teak pave streets with vitrified brick; about
condition. Operators were asking $2 GROVK'8 TASTLISEaebILTOnICdrive.outMalarl..enrkbea 6,308.2 yards paving. W. B. Makinson Co. Phone 123 i
the blood... build the. i
to $2.25 for the best stock in carlots, lem. A true tonic. For adult*"and children.up AOc r C B C i Open Year Round i *; *
Sanford. will Magnoliaavenue < j
but buyers were not inclined to take -City pave >
hold freely rice.. Inferior GO TO with vitrified brick. .. . ....o..oooo..i..i... ..i.I' .
lock sold considerably below this. C ". ,

and Trade offerings was good were in not Florida as heavy oranges as B. DICKERSONFor : owners Auburndale.plan to--City improve and Lakeshore property

drive from Seminole club to Winona ; I_
they have been. Prices ranged from Crvrcaa Lath, ttme Lath r.1 .f about avail- FOUR STEEL TRAINS
$I.MS to $2.25, acocrding to quality. I 1-laXrr .'...t rr I'm rim,' l.lmmt. C _..... Park 4,225 feet; $1,000
There improvement in llrlrk, Fire Clay and Klre Brick ll.u.eIMera able. iF
was .... * CAndrewsCherokee
all alara. B.tlde.a BI. k. .
the grapefruit market, and demandwas Chemical ?
Everrtking I.I company -
satisfactory on the fancy stock, I ARTIFICIAL ATONE I capital stock $125,000 incorporated TO THE NORTHWESTDIXIE
which was s..arce.OI'a riots were quot- I'OKCII COLUMNS and 'ELECTRIC by J. D. Howard and others;
able at $1.75 to $l.fO! per box. Demand i LIGHT POLESCar. will build plant to grind mix and l 1h

was quiet on California lemonsat I Broadway aad Midland R. IV.Phone I prepare various specialties including

$2.50'to $2.75. I 141. insectides and polishing materials; acSlSISBB : SOUTH ATLANTIC DIXIE! SEMINOLE I S+

FLORIDA VEGETABLES IN N. y.1 iii:: LIMITED t !:: : t '
New York, N. vegeta -
blea are still in light receipt, with the
quality varying from poor to fancy.
Most of the stock, however is of med
ium quality and receivers are now I sIGNT
looking forward to the time when' /Y 4 M MINE i NI NT NIGHT' g
South Carolina vegetables will begin !

to roll, as they believe the quality of
that stock will be more I

factory.Tomatoes particularly are coming in the Fragrant Fields of Bluegrassand ''AR.TIFTON SIAR.TIFTON-.I2MAM1

poor condition being full of spots the Grandeur Southern MountainsThe
and unrip ned. They are selling any-
where from $1 to $3 per carrier, with L. & N. is the attractive way from Florida to the central 1

I fancy stock bringing $2.50 to $3 and West. Its 'trains take the passenger across the cotton fields of
best stockis
choice $1.25 to 12.
coming from the keys and the east Georgia the magnificent mountain of Tennessee and the far-famed

coast tomatoes which are very poor bluegrass region of Kentucky. AB.CHICAGO-7 AM\fi\ AR.CHICAGO
and arriving in- green condition, soften Thoroughly Up-To-Date Service mDJ

String when the beans tomato are bringing ripens. $5 to $6 Comfortable trains on schedules speedy con- COACHES SLEEPING CARS OBSERVATION CARS DINING CARS

and wax $4 to $5. sistent with safety rock-ballasted road, free from dirt and dust.

Large peai sell from $4 to $7 with. Solid trains sleeping cars and coaches all conveniences and improvements . . .

small stock bringing $3 to $5. accommodations for every taste and purse. Unexcelled I iiS
from $2.25 to $3.50
and Peppers Florida, range celery brings $2.25 to dining service; courteous employees.

$2.75 for ten-inch crate and $2.50 to 'The''South.Atlantic Limited t j

$3 for twelve-inch crates. Leaves Jacksonville every day at 8:15: p. m., arriving Cincin- i. {

Receipts and receivers of eggplant are are looking especiallylight for and Louisville early next evening, ulna! through r

more stock to come within the next IIEI.nati cars for Dayton Columbus, Cleveland Indian-

week or so. Prices range from $1.50 and other Ohio and Indiana f>?ints. Prompt I '

/./ to $3. connections, to Detroit Grand Rapids and Toledo. rAa
Cabbage bring $1.25 to $1.50 per i i
and St. Louis Trains
Chicago 1'r
basket. There has been a good de- t ,
mand for it at these prices with not Three train daily to both place. Dixie Limited fastest and finest train only ::li7i? ?! i u: V'ttl E' l 4i.
enough stock coming to meet the de through service from Jacksonville in forenoon fur Chicago; and St. Louii. Dixie
mand. Flyeri-rfamou car-round train-lor Chicago leave Jacksonville every evening. i.: e r w#, i; ra:6 .
Lettuce continues to arrive in poor Mat mcry It(>|Ut Eiprrm.also l leaving in early evening for St. Louii. : ; ,
shape and sells anywhere from the Write winder'pb_ .*. W.will work out ;your schedule, secure:your ticket. rgjjpi: 1p
jacks reservation sad low of time and trouble 1
freight charges up to$2.50 per basket. save yon %' A ,rAi
r-The Packer.RUBMYTISM. -H. C BRETNEY Honda Passenger'\Agent, Louisville & Nashville R. R..

.,JM Wt Bar Stnft'n*. li7).JtdittmlU.Florida.WHl .
; t '. ..J>iNe\". f '" rI\\ lallt" f la a'" c1i atks.f favdetsaa.

Will cure :yon. G.Y S j r i .
\Neoral.rU.Headaches, Cramps; 1 + r.

Colic*.Spralosv Bmi .,-Cut.-*ndBoms. ,

I latr.Dtio Old Sores.AB47Bo.iued Stings of Insect W. fltiroT, l>. P.A., 138 west. bay sued, 'Jants:
.Etc.ternally and externally.. Price ill-'I i. J. G. WRKLAND"" ;;D. P. A'* t sbo +oJIoLeTarnpa. Ife;f

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{ '; loan ,Writes, ; Homey ,"Yankee +Ned99 Writes' TAKES, OFF HAIR DAIS,bRU"STOPS. FALLING V' Send us 'Ybxir' ,,

San your flair! Get a 25 cent Bottle '

LJi About. KissimmeeW to' Praise The'\ Gazette ,of, Oanderine right now-Alsoatopo OrdcrsFory ,'.,t
.. itching scalp.;' ; t r t
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'B of Ohio( who-..I. J cJ Water'' Mill, JL. l"., New York And I know of ho state In the union : /brittle, colorless. and scraggy '
w T. )[. -an an, I hair I... -mute evidence of a'n. leeted 'I BEAMS i; ,
much feed be- raised'during
pending the winter in K ulmm.., :... .t't.. .. ........t March 16. JOJ5./ where ,Ian the But to can take of scalp.-of dandruff-that awful scurf. CHANNELS t < 1
f following letter to his homer 1diter 1'diey'G.zettes; year. car ,
d wrote the There i* nothing so destructive to
feed need Kilos. -Then AND
you ANGLES ;
r the Evening,Tribune, of Maryewill. LAKE HAMILTON. 1 you the hair as dandruff It robs the haIr t
paper My Dear Friend:-As my mind goes can have the pest of feed at nominal ALL SHAPKd ,I-
". Ohio* . ...O..t..e" back to our list acquaints nearly price the year round.I of Its lustra, its. strength and its very "I

i. Kisstmmee, Fla, March 18<-To the Polk I six years ago when you requested me understand some of the* things I life; eventualfjr? producing a feveriih- .. .
Tribune: Perhaps your many readers Lake Hamilton at. County'-On i to write up the St.'Cloud items and I peak of as I hare.had ...everal.raof I ness aad Itching of the scalp which '
r the ,evening of > PatHck's day a If not remedied the hair( rootsto BOILER PLATES : .
w will be interested in a brief description : follow along? down the line of progress experience\ also I.hav. had five causes "
of oar trip through the Tohopekaliga. reception was held at the Highlands In Florida, especially St. Cloud and years of experience in Florida.I I have shrink loosen and die--then the TANK STEEL
hotel at Dundee, in honor of MI'. and hair falls out fast A little Danderine
Kissimmee and how the i :
. r 1' Cypress, Hatchmahan lakes see perseveringlyyou never changed my opinion on possibilities GALVANIZEDCOPPER
Mr. Stillwell. Mrs. Stillwell was be. have for of Florida since I tonight-now-any time-will surelysave
a K and Kissimmee[ river which I. the out kept pounding away first went AND
the above/ named lakes whichare for her marriage in Jacksonville a progress and prosperity I feel like there. Some of my friends thought your hair. I
let for ;
few days ago, Mrs. Krammer of Birmingham Get 25 cent bottle of Knowlton'sDanderine i
connected by canals. taking, : you by the hand and patting I used to writ from the clouds but
+' The lakes are beautiful and abound Ala., and is well known you on the back and saying good old I }have lived to see some of the things from any drug store. You I -
? in excellent fish. They are not deep here Land having represented the Howey boy, you have done well. And you are come I/to/ pass that I then saw in my surely can have beautiful hair and lots '
+ Y t be navigated by mall company for several years Mr. not like a knot on a log yet but are mind and I am just visionary as of ft if you will just try a little Dan TRUSS RODS I
and can only Stillwell spent five winters In Florida.A derine. Save hair! its I STAY BOLTSSTRUCTURAL
hUll and I havea Try
out your
"!raft. The name of the boat which number of Lake Hamilton people growing calling more enthusiastically ever. am pleased to see you I : ,
to the people to get a correspondent at St. Cloud, a good ,
i. the "Lilly. It.
a makes the trip captain -
attended including Mr. and Mra. IK
2:40 move on them and do bigger/ St. Cloud people didn't use to
who has been many I IRON WORK
Clay Johnson running -
t1.'r S. Alloway Mr. and Mrs. Ramsay
than And I think like but if
things ever your or either
up and down the lakes and river Goffrey Ramsay Mr and Mrs. Wis- your paper you OF ALL KINDS
I all head is level in entfTurafring new en- they had known you as well as I did '
fl + for than thirty years knows nand. Mr. Mrs. Brown Mr.
1 more Nichols the and S.fLBUfOCKREAL
terprises especially packing and how much they owed their first
1 the people along; the way and callsthem and Mrs. II. R. Mosnat Mrs. Emma The idea of ALL HARD WOODS
state unselfish
canning; plants. a good start to your efforts
l + name. As be Van de Mrs. Van de
by approachesthe Crusyssen.
with the natural of
resources Florida they would have appreciated and
'14 he bl the whistle and is of than
landings Orusyssen a poetess more
sending; north for all its meats and your paper more. No doubt St. Cloud
you see the people l coming: from their local reputation and she opened the canned fruits and ] been ESTATE LAUNCHES
homes, men women and children recention by reading the following vegetables. Why I has an inspiration and a help ....................... DORIES AND
,f it is perfectly ridiculous and unnecessary. to KJHsimmee. But where would St.
; many of them barefooted; they havea original poem: Then that idea of fatt"ninn Cloud be if there had been no Kls- INSURANCEfzamnation SKIFFS
very linshful'look, but are intelligent In Compliment lo Mr. and Mrs. your own catUe at home. Also] ofretting simmec So it pleases me to see BUILT TO

,, and very hospitable. They always SI ill well.Uere'n ; new hlobd to increase the size that you are trying to act a brotherlypart of Titles a OltllKRIlOILKHtt
invited us to help ourselves to to Onnie; Virginia Krammer and quality of your cattle hhould) receive and recognize it as much as possible -
the oran ell and grapefruit, which Who'd thought any man could tame the hearty approval of all Florida in your paper. And I hope the AND
r invitation we accepted with thankn. her? people. Also the cleaning up of Gazette may! continue to grow and Specialty. TANKS BUILT TO
.' You who have never picked these She'd wandered around and nobody he cattle tick and I see they arc ono expand till you will be compelled to OKDKKTUMI'S
: fruits from the trees know but little knew of the worst hindrances in Florida: In start a daily to keep up with Osceola
TorresDondence Solicited. FOR ALL
t of the juiek' richness of Florida oranges From the smile on her face, she the cattle industry. Then the dairy county progress. Yours for
" ; and grapefruit.: All kind of never got blue, industry, it has scarcely] been touched I YANKEE success'j PURPOSES
f' fruits are highly flavored. Vegetables; .. COMPETENT FORCB
; Or thought of a man but to get nt ------------- -------------------- - - - - - - - -
are more sweet and tender than in his dough *X>U HOAU'On.K
l' I I the north. And trade it for land where the little over a year old. Mr. and Mrs. AH! THE INVIGORATING WHIFF LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEY
j, , The Kissimmee river is very crooked citrus fruits grow Palmer will build near Orlando where OF TilE PINE FOREST! I AT ALL TIMESJACKSONVILLE

I' almost crossing itself many times 'Mid the their son, Victor Palmer, and son-in- i
I pines ever singing a melody
the law Mr. Carrie have into the How it clears the throat and headof AT LAWSPECIALIZING
r having no hanks and overflowing low.While gone
ils-Tnuoous ailments. It is this
land either side for miles. kiss of the dairy business. Mr. McCulloms who
.' on many greeting; the
.1 spirit of Newness and Vigor from the
It is owned in ]large tracts: one com- breezes. owns a large tract east of Lake Ham ; -
( health giving Piney Forests brought
thousand ilton, bought th Jerome Palmer
o : .; pany owning forty or fifty She at various works was devoted back by Dr. Dell's Pine-Tar-Honey.
: acres. They stock it with cows and place. I IN
t'i Until she became a promoter.Her Antiseptic and healing. Buy a bottle
.j allow them to run out the entire year; The dock on Lake Crystal near the
: could All
sweet winning ways no man today. Druggists, FLORIDA
l the herds increase and many of them foot of Omaha street, is now
eschew, I"om-I' Electric Bitter a Spring Tonic. ABSTRACTAND
1 .t. do not know how many cattle they And when she presented her Florida ] pleted and in use. I v -
1:' have. We saw the cattle wading in view The W. J. Howey Land company I I Another invasion which is causing
Cures Old Sow, Other Remedlet Won't Cm.
has land wholesalenear ]
'f {. I the water nearly over their backs No one could escape her; she just recently bought: trouble in France is that of hordes of The worBt ca .,no matter of how lone.tandlat
,; eating water hyacinths and such greenS brought them through Star lake, paying $100 per acre wild boars which have appeared along: are cured by the. woadtrful. old reliable 1>K
stuff as they found on the water. And sold them the virgin soil fresh for raw, uncleared land. This is a the eastern frontier from the German Port.r'. AntUeptlc Healing Oil. It relieve
I There are hundreds of thousand of from the dew record wholesale price in this local foreAts.oooooo. TITLE WORK Pala and Ileali at the a .ne time. 25c.3Oc tlM

1>; acres of fine land along the river that And set them to work developing ity. The Howey company also sold
..j is almost: worthless and will remain some of the land included in the 2,000 oo ooooo 000
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t i'o Mountain lake proposition adjoining l o oooooooooooooooOO OOO.OOO
unless it can be drained. Wild animals This land where the sand never acre -
I j and fowls] are 'aeen everywhere; freezes. their Star lake tract. Friend Tourists "(
I '; rabbits by the thousands wild ducks )Dr. Frazer went fishing; one night( SEED
'f'' But Cupid was following close on her lnt"ly in Lake Gordon with searchlight
geese cranes, turkeys; and farther a He independent. Own your
+ ; down there are plenty of deer. track and he had hardly left shore r.
home when can do HO
you prac
f} At one point captain stopped the And saw there she was larked.So something important before a two and one-half pound bass t lirally the same as paying rent. FOR SPRING PLANTING

r' boat went ashore with the men and jumped into the boat. That is (getting \ See if something in this list
what does he do but she
inside of ten minutes killed arrange fish pretty There are much
j,I f; seven easy. appeals 1 to you. -- -- -
( rabbits( which made a fine meal for should meetA bigger' fish also in Lake lonlon.; A '10..-r....... plastered cottage Full line of new seeds of all kinds.
all. The crew chased five coons up man to her liking in virtues complete A new clay pit !lias been operv-d in gm.d 1..I..a. deep ..AI, K.> .dnrluhl crop
,I and ( rris ...mood. mill good HI r.*.>l.Mmnll We supply Write for catalogue.
a cabbage palmetto and ors of the the public highway' near the 'o "1' can your wants. new
cn.h Par meal .d f 12: per
Who filled the ideal she had in her
; in the townsite. It is not I
LI men climbed the tree pounded them ten acres 7- m.h..1f | rlncl|>nl. Kntlr par-
,; off while others caught four of the heart, far from Mr. II. S. Allowny's clay (.linM* prlcr only .1.:1.: KILGORE SEED COMPANY .
: ; Of what should be direct A pslx-rooin h..u..*. 1OO fowl lot.
i ' alive took them the boat I a man and is line red clay of excellent i ,
coons on pit no"lnic ....11. ftOOi *IM> oa..... "I5
p :" f.Ii' where they became great pU for the from the start. quality( and unlimited supply. per monk h.ramlrr I PLANT CITY, FLORIDA.
And now here we have her a Mrs. The railway has enlargedand A ae-room house. 1.1110. null
crew. company .......
1 t J. R. Taylor and wife your esteemed I Stillwell extended the platform here and I A r. .......... ho 1 OO *oooooo ..o.
citizens were of the party and No sickness or sorrow with her can given it a coat of four carloads of unit r old ..filer. one ctf the beat I. I .
I avail. f.e rlt,. Amk It. -
red obtained in the deep Cut I
} added much to the enjoyment of us clay, I
o A Louse with
Me-vrn-rooin our
a all. It was to Mr. Taylor we were I For she will be Stillwell no matter just beyond the south railway cross I y. two or five lo-tm. A lerliled l>.r-
hi, indebted for a fine catfish which made what throesOf ing. This is a decided improvementand .e ..1..
t nine I agony, sorrow or grief interpose it connects with line of clay i 'Two boarding hoome !. good
for of consisting a
a mess our party .
r ,
I C of Mrs. Beardmore of Woodfield, There ever will vibrate this song in sidewalks recently laid and not yet location I..JL' .rr.rheap.rlome land. .aI.proved, What About Your Insurance?
her ear, 9X5 .
O.; Mrs. McKelva of Youngstown completed. i to railroad per aere.Six
"You are Mrs. Stillwell have! nothing huaured. and forty aerea
0. Mr. Tennessee Mrs.
i1 ; ; real eltrua land at $2O per acre.
Rutherford, Kissimmee Fla. Mr. An- w to fear. Mire and. tea-acre tract from
+ }' demon, Klsslmmee, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. Stillwell Stillwell, Stillwell, Stillwell.A Calling Card I sire .p. N. matter what you may want in the way of Insurance, I can

? J. R. Taylor of Marysville 0.; and 0, social evening was enjoyed by all Wedding Announcements I aa proved land far rest. supply it I make a specialty of Indemnity and Fidelity Bonds, Life,
1 Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Brannan Columbus -, prea-ant,, including dancing and refreshments I Engraving Work o. Specialty MRS. SUMMERS
O. We aaw more than twenty were served. Mr. and Mrs. Beat ofWork Guaranteed Fire, Accident, Health and Tourist Intnrance.
. ,
I I eoH I'rmfirtd OM blorkr writ
W .alligators most of them from five to Stillwell are improving their propertyl Send for (A-ic.aa> and Samples of Clrdc A.'...* H':I,.d.. the :2ndarea. Courteous and prompt attention no matter Low
'r eight feet long. Several shots were l'l on Star lake where they will make JEWELERS .. ......., of ...r.a_ ...- i .
it fired at them but only two were hit. their ,winter home. They will return JAX-FLA- lag ......). large or how small an amount you wkk.

X We left hero on the trip Wednesday north in a few weeks. V *>)ssmmBmmmmmBmmmmmmBmmmmmmmmBiBBmBmi 00000000000. .
: morning and returned Saturdays Mr. Jerome Palmer has sold his I
t- ; c evening,' feeling we had had the time home here including two acres of I 1 FARMERGENERAL

t of our lives. Should any of you coma ground let to trees last spring;, for'' I
l 'to Kissimmee do not fail to take this $2,000, or at the rate of $1,000 an INSURANCE.

trip,with ;the Jolly Captain Johnson; acre. Some price, for a town only a |, 'Phone 2303. Daida SL
v ,jo h' :be will do his'best to make you have i
"'TJ'1 sv good time. Are You Rheumatic?-try Sloan's I The Favorite Store of Kissimmee I J

.' i -"-We like Kissimmee and her good If you want.quick and real relief
r. people. Almost one-half are from from Rheumatism do what so many
- - -- ---
,'J t I :j the l ortb.o thousand other people are doing-
!\( ''''I. I whenever an attack cornea on, bathe
r ? ; A telegraph cable for use between the sore muscle or joint with Sloan's
t lF rf+ t: ,New York and Colon is being made Liniment. No need to rub it In-just FURNITUREWE ? -
;;! j !' -: t-thatcost |U600,000.Mow" . apply the Liniment to the surface. It
is wonderfully penetrating. It :goes YELLOW PINE LUMBER 00.

: ..f ..' 'I, To OJvo QulnJao To Ghlldra right to the seat of trouble and draws

,,1.// "tJoetnole4oa _..._.... the pain almost immediately. Get abottle
J, 0 itUaTMU.. . of Sloan' Liniment for 25c of
QUaI "! 8rnip.picaM
'" .. Irk* aad! not diaturb tb. _... any druggist and you have it in the' HAVE IT New Owners -- New Management
.. M merer koow It Is O.t.u-. house-against Colds, Sore and -
'' t ; "' -P...l to adult who tmmmatBak swol-I
\1))! "w" .... /.. ".Idw oaa aot -...... wr len Joints Lumbago Sciatica
J\1, ailments. Your money back if not
, :the .IU .dQai.lasWbe.ggn: I
t Ii me 7011.. l but it does give almost In-
r' 1'r. A T MS., ask for tka.. .. TN aatiatledf .
,,f 1f:'"' t I I...-..&UU.DCIC"blew.iallaUloo IS.r.a lef. EVERYTHING

a. w -' -- I In connection with our Hardware line we carry a complete
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:'4;", .1'iJ : Bed Room Furniture, Dining

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\,', . ; A Room Suits, Kitchen Outfits, Par- HAVE IT

'''i 'I: 1t 1t't': L : Broad Field of Usefulness lor Suits, Odd Chairs, .Rockers We are ally equipped and manufacture all grades of lumber-ronffc

Couches Etc.; 'j r.,1'i. t 1 1i t "" and dre* ed-Cetfinf, Flooring, Siding, Door, Sash, Shingles, Laths

'f i I, Window and Door Frames, Moulding of all kinds, Framing, dressed androDgk.
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i:'1' }; : ." This don b making a record' for itself in the Matter *fhetpinf Cypress Lumber. We also carry a complete lUte of Brick, Lime,

't Kaalixiag that a bank should be people to ..tnt .....*. Com and .... Our prices are
\ I Cement, Paints, Varnishes and Glass. Wo are able to furnish yon
r helpful to the people, the Citizens rifnt.

I!,) .! t Bank of Kisslmmeo makes it a point everything for your house or roar barn, from ground to roof.
I .{ \' .; to render valuable service to Its depositors -

: ft: and clients and afford the
: 1 Af' most liberal terms consistent with TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS
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I F Send for Free EstimateWe
t;'1' .safe conservative principles. I

' 'i' N. matter what IdntfW an 18.... yon hare-Gas', Steam,

';,1,1 ,,1\, ,t-',. Railroad ... Stationary Engine-wo have exactly: tk. Took. yon

'.1' ,": J ), need .in 7.... everyday work=Wrenckot, Hammers, Oilers, otc. will I be glad to five yon Prices and Estimates FREE. Contractors

)1'. t. J all ., the best qaaEtr and. workmanikip, and at prices tkat winsnrpriM estimates an hens bias receive prompt attention.

< 4'': ) ', 70*. Tkls ... has tko ropntatioA W kandDng onlykardwar '

!. ; & that b ., superior patty: and rots will ..... BO atria.

i tab fa cominf koro NOW" inspoctn ow big dock.
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FRIDAY, MARCH: 21' illS ,- \ THE KISSIMMEE 'VALLET:' ,GAZETTE: ' : '. t ..

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: five yasged'AUigitor'. Bluff.. ,Getting Il TAFFETA RUCHING.. '
cloudy drlsxlinr rain.some cooler. .
Through-Lakes and CanalsBeing Twelve''thirty. finds's'passing the I ;Puff and flouncing and ruche off'q; "

Woman's WoriaHew ) pretty home of the Godwin's, standingoff Coquettish Little Hat ef White Strawfertile . various sorts .worked out In, taffeta t
' and other .silk favorite form of
alone on highe relevatlon amidst a SmallOlrl.Tbe are a
a At Diary of a Trip Over Florida's Beut Inland l Waterway I' group of stately palms and other large small fry. are' by'no' means los>. I trimming: the new' frocks say thai '
trees dotted I Chicago Journal > One pretty-method
Fro. Kisshnaee thickly high bunchesof a l
of mflllnery.
In thin aeavun's offering -
a -Great Daneer-Teaehee aw palmetto. gotten : of using) taffeta,: as, a racking .. t* 1
.tId and MetheraHer Children.1'Puvlown Fine herd of cattle are seen, which 'The oat libowa. la this lUaatraOBATKAO. have a narrow strip of it gathered or1plaited l"

By M. H.s..11..t.fl- I look to be Improved stock: We had I *-* bias strip-and c then ,tohave

1 i cold lunch while running. Oar crew the ;edge fringed,,.out for .,
quarter of an inch. .. t
to have lost
Cft' (Continued from Last Week.) I I made to remain until nine next mornI seems their enthusiasm : tD
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1 today. Some sick and others tired t
I ing and watch them make their haul
f The last ten miles of river were I with nearly) a mile seine. Retired af- and sleepy. Our disappointment was
,: .rapid and seemingly very treacherous ter 11. Arose early next morning; so great not to accomplish our voyage .: lay,
water, continuous wihrfs and eddies. saw the sunrise again. probably for to Fort Myers that reaction seems .to

Scenery more varied as we neared the last time on the old lake. Breakfast be taking place. LaI.tte.8 when C.W.GRIFF1NStaple "

the neat body of water, a sight I again and it was very interestingto he gets sick the whole thing will stop. .1,

which thrills a person's very being, see them bring in the fish, although Passed Turkey Hammock 2:35. Lake
who isn't accustomed to water. We I their catch was small this time. They calm, no rain, but cloudy. We leave x ana FtocyGROCERIES \ '

passed the Smith fish camp at Oksechobee I gave us a lot of Ash and roe which Grape Hammoc'- left at 2:63, getting -
bar ta 3:15.: Had to slowdown into Lake Kisslmmee. Met two
"J. was appreciated as our fishing luck t
I, engine, for water in channel is had been poor. Nine o'clock and we qt large boats "going. toward Bird island. !: J :
very low' we soon ran aground and are off again, headed for OkeechobeeCity OnjS had quits'a cargo. Got Nigger ,
stranded bard and fast, for the shoal.i twenty-five miles eastward. Had Ridge 4:35. The Margaret was an- .

are very deceiving and one has to a fine run, lake a little choppy. At chored there. A lot of fishermen were
judge depth by a small floating island busy drying their nets. We intendedto "
times it has been very discouraging, Free Delivery to all Parts
of hyacinth.We but having two enthusiastic boatmen 4'x,' pull in here for the night, but it was

soon realized our condition, and, with us we are getting on fairly well so early decided! to go on to the Tat of f be City ',' :" : z
getting up all courage that human : exploring! Lake Okeechobee. On entering man place at Shell Hammock, about
flesh is heir to, the three men went' the mouth of Taylor creek we four miles from this place. Got here A?

I' to work in dead earnest to move the find a different looking country. A 5:10: anchored for the night; a pretty il
boat. The ladies aided. Lavalette, place. Had a .1 it
group of fishing smacks and boats of camping supper and re- v
who is running the Margaret, being all sizes came into view, anchored and for this was to be our
an old seaman though in years, : last night and wanted
young taking life easy. There were pal we to start
gave orders and all obeyed. Mr. Hil- metto shacks built right uptodateand home early. Breakfast over, started If YOU Are >H;

liard, feeling quite young again, I tents galore along on both sides. at 7:1'. ram through the same spatllQ .
; jumped into the little boat with anchor Women and children out waving at waters a* before. Met the steamer
and headed for a given place to us as we slowly passed along at a Oscpola of Kissimmee' at Southport then la of wblte strew, with a drooping "-

cast in aiding our condition but he gopher's pace unless we strike a snagor AMA PAVLO"'A canal. We were hailed at Mr. John :I brim HIM! a trimming of' blue MUD rib I II

never got there right away. He and something down in tHe deep. Some dHnra.. $ oiled by ee's place on canal and too'- him ;I hun end clusters of tiny pink ...... THINKING OF BUILDING A '
anchor chanced to be on one side at dredges anchored also urrpl ihofird. as h" wanted to get back to' buds A Mblrre facing I Is becomingly
the same time. The boat commenced having just are cleared the creek, a company so boats buttering: turyphl| ...... Bead ou blp\ Kissimmee after several days loo' ing placed In the und"ntlde of the brim. HOUSE OF ANY KIND LET ; '

- to buck, stand nearly straight up, can run with safety' up to the city, I end to one xlile ID 11 |I.....e of tuiili'l Ipn| i .-bout hs gr ve. We got into Lake I - ME FIGURES WITH YOU.

then turn around, first one way and which in four miles from the bar. thin Hhe workM out n .terpxlrlmretiiiprot . Tohopeknliga:' 9::2". Had a pleasant 11 To Keep Silver Bright ;

- then the other. The. more he triedto Some of us sat on top of cabin and >leui She IIIIH eucreeded. Tlie voyage: over, arrived at K'ssimmee' It..1I.r bright 4 t ,
An ix' to
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keep his equilibrium the worse it I drank in the beautiful scenery which 10:50: and we wrre all truly glad to be' way I AM PREPARED TO FUtt-
I n nd Mlie . fort" b. lend In handful of borax In a dishpan -
KGtA few more wiggles and a few can't be surpassed! in Florida. The! group I purl .Iel'" at "Home, Sweet Home," ones more. to put H
more wobbles and over the boat went, : soil is very fertile, producing l large fog II lull Kiel I" MliliuiiHTliiK/ l blue M. H. I of lu.I wnter with a very Uttlewmp NISH PLANS AND ESTI-

bottom side up right: on top of its occupant -I trees of different kinds, vegetables:' I <'111..k dl........ I'livloww ICIKTIIICH, 11Ie'' ----- Put the silver In thin sod let It '
dropping him out and holding BRAIDING ON CHILDREN'SGARMENTS Hlniiil, the entire, morning Then rinse MATES AT ROCK BOTTOM
ferns, etc., denote land of wonderful sugls. the I mimic' lireiillilnu suit uccumpiinluieiu
him down for a few seconds. when AGAIN POPULAR .
and thoroughly
strength. The wild In clear water wipe
morning glory I
The v'rl Imlllll( Over dl'J'I
he with scared look that would
arose a wraps its mantle over all and the eye has with a sort cloib.You I
give credit to any movie. We all stood beholds. nothing but beauty. Prettymoss I and oxer the Hiepi. I Ihe.,' uoik.' Pnvlowa trimming Braiding for children's returned clothes to favor as wellas a 1'1111 rent plated ware In tbe ,

changed at first, then our feelings I hanks, and ferns of finest tex all,,|O l>liK lit-i, slender' angers MHliif the grown-up's clothes. A as littlelreKs nine manner without the lightest! InJury -
and mirth he I
to pity as ture. Overhanging trees adorn thegraceful her fiend lorclnii Into' the figure the of the
I : pink or blue linen, with a to i pint
crawled aboard the boat wet and cold.
Changing clothes with chattering I curves. of this us-eful str..arn'l spit. .11 '" hU'li fun Lesgreetill I 'tiring: And yoke, simulated by a braided: designand
| which should be called
teeth and looking pale and the pictureof fi w hen I the curl .phee succeeds tin npprorliiK a narrow braided design and a IN DAINTY COLORS. -
)Dillon killed four foot
I| a 'gator, another '
then lying down he will- put on I be* Hhonlder rewards the narrow braided border on skirt and Contractor and Bender .
despair Florida for him. Near
trophy rndlnat cuffs done in white would be The crepe de chine handkerchief in
ingly let UK pile on him bedclothes, irlrl. very
the city a large new packing hou..eII" smart dainty colors with self contrast-
cloaks and capes till he said enough.We In relies raaI when'' (he mimic Is a bit looking, says the Detroit Free > KISSIMUEE. FLA. '.
just completed, where fish by tons Press. The belt of a little dress of ing borders is a feature of the season,
finally made landing I and anchoredfor be prepared for market. That is ,,, uncertain When the lights are blatant.
j the Goods F conomiaL'1'he.ehandkerchiefs
the Soon had and I this sort would need only a singlerow says Dry 8...... St. Pfcea. S.....
night. '
supper one of live leading industries of this n hen I the. 'usl orchestra II lid the vaguer of the braid around the edge.A are shown in all the r
the men went to the Smith fish campto country. Farming and cattle raising biik-onliM lie.vund I. are chilling In the UD- coat of pique, with collar and new delicate shades used for waists 1

buy gasoline, lubricating oil and is largely carried on. We arrived atOkeechobee' I re..|>oiiHl\e ninMiliiexH, the joy of P Tlown's cuffs braided, and the buttonholes surrounded and party dresses. '
named fell
kerosene last two over
as City about 1 o'clock; got dancing is an apparent as when with three plain rows of
board ..mew here. Night bright and
dinner there, walked up town a mileto dances crowded auditorium braid, could be much I'
she to .
more accomplished
dear, moonlight on the water made a see the sights. This is a promis- than ALL FLORIDA SOIL NEEDS LIME. .j
She colors the bullet. lie director and embroidery and
that fine artist '
pretty picture some ing town, building up rapidly and the conductor of tbe would be very up-to-date. Any simple w. /red _. tar v.-y .._ yea eel IN pee .oaf .fII..te1M7 a.a..
might gladly reproduce. We were location for a large city is good. A the strangely gentle ... e.a.d. OM U. ta ... ZUjll* M4 WILL NOT MMLBAIISl THIS AMMOMLA.wklrk r
domiciled in a lonely spot and the wild for miles in direc- orchestra. Tbe anal twirl Is not coincident braiding pattern could be used for I. ib. as_.*.!. KaBlltr. !. erect fertiliser W. _..fMTIBr. lUate te
moaning of the night winds in thatparticular I gradual slope every with the flnnl chord She steps the collar and cuffs, the edges of which Asrrlriilfiinil .....**. ... *..*..!_ y_ _IIW...... AJ*. .S. f.* a trom- .
tion. The bridge over creek leads to.
could .
be scalloped in scallops 0. hLear '
deep, plain """* *
place reminded us of that the resident water out of the musical picture" and shaken *
prettiest part near which '
I look unusual COMPANY
beautiful hymn, "Jesus, Savior, Pilot railroad ... tour .
and will soon be extended her bend at tbe conductor "I ast with the braid
Me Over Life's Tempestuous Sea." We through there. In the evening we hura.:' orders Mr Theodore Slier, and trimming.---- ---- DBPT.C..- utALA. rLOMIDA. t '
retired unusually late; some workingon visited some old friends. and passed ngnlu the Him I twirl still out of beat DRESSING FOR SALADS. ., .. ,,' If
engine and others writing to anxious 1
few hours
a pleasant ,
away partly
ones back at home, having thechance discussing the possibilities of this new Over1111.1 over site toe* that difficult Here are a few recipes for dressings eats( I -- rl
to mail our letters through twirl the ballet does Its Intricate tableau without oil. as oil is objectionable -

the kindness of some fishermen. Fri- town.We were told that several familiesof and the orchestra its tempestuous| to many" people. For them the

day morning we witnessed the glor- 'I' fishermen would soon be there, nnale. All watch her She snaps ber boiled dressing made with butter is CHOICE OF TOURIST TRAINS : :

ious sunrise on Lake Okeechobee, a bringing about 400 boats for repair. lingers "One. twp three four" marks excellent. : ; ,

sight long to be remembered by lovers I .l\n old friend Captain Hall was time wltb her arm and .miles becauseIt Cream three tablespoonfuls of but- .

of nature. Breakfast over we aboard our boat, talking over old times In art to achieve tbe difficult.\ ter, add a teaspoon of salt, the same NORTH AND WEST ..
started again over the dreaded shoals.: with the when of mustard, a half teaspoon of 1. i
men, suddenly a man "Sbll la tbe hardest working womanIn pap .,!.>
Laveletta had previously sounded the came up shouting, peas, peas, and the the world." her agents, her directors rika, and a well of hot milk. Pour this "Dixfe nyer,"'. !,"Dili UmitedY1. _'
depth of water and a route was decided writer said, Peas, yes, oh yes, we have adorera declare over three beaten egg yolk, then 'f
aDd the of ber
rest "s..m.oa.- LIIt.d'Y
upon. a short way and and the laugh was on me for cook In a double boiler till thick. Add .
! with all the puling and pushing peas he was hunting for a man by name of fer1sntly. And to watchber: and talk; one-fourth cup of hot vinegar and. "s..tIa Atlaatk Llsslted". : ..v1"M \, ..a,: '
, J. which seem to be a part of boatman' Peas, whom he found in next boat. wltb her during an boar life. devised with eztrnrnirnnt' statement salad dressing I la delicious ...,..., ;-;, "' ta ,, '
Every mean were Mr. Dillon and Lavelette fished after _u .. '.,' ., ,'-';: ,
'.. out success; it was getting serious retiring: for the night, oftimes gettingup Far more than merely the directorand for fruit salad. Beat the juice of two via .a'' >; : ". t
and we seemed destined to stay when tb take off fish and only the drawIng teacher of themgtrla.\ she la their lemons and two oranges and the yolk

the pump was started up and with a nigh of the Sabbath stopped Mr. mother, peaking of them .s "my dill and white of two eggs with a half

strong pull altogether we moved Dillon's catching a catfish. It began dren" They lire with her. She sees cup of sugar till thoroughly mixed. Atlantic Coast Line 't

slowly out to deeper water, anchoredand raining in after part of night, growing to It that their other studies are not :. Boil over hot water, until perfectly 1 .,
loaded on gas, which was brought harder into a general downpour and neglected. She wntchea them; will not 1 clear. When nearly cool add a cup ''" :
to us from shore by fishermen's boats. rained nearly all next day, making it : of whipped cream. "vPsJbaai nC
allow them to ffn to parties or go out., SUadard Railroad el the .
At 9:67: we pulled out with nothing a very gloomy layover. Toward night r
TbHr street clothe as
nt night are FINE LACE CLEANED. I
ahead but sky and water, thirty-five weather cleared up and gave us a J.ckoavUIe St Levlt dariaasH Le ls:
The lake quiet und unexaggerated as her own I car t. CkkafO, \ ,,
miles to the other shore. chance to stroll out and take a last When you have a piece of fine lace
was osmewhat choppy and seasickness long look at the country we'll probablynever are. Never do they wear silk stocking I: that is soiled and yellow, make a good villa, ladlanapoBa, Oevelaad, and iatersaed at* ..... ,
wee dreaded but as our voyage con- Another on the street, for besides belnft;' cold suds of castile suds and '
see again. night gone I soap, put Dialog sad Observation cars )> r ,
tinued the lake calmed and we made and we are off at daylight, floating very bad for the feetthey are extravagant lace in a Mason jar, and set in a win-
fairly good time with the wind incur down stream and anchored at bar for and children moat be taught not dow in the sun. Change the water Far Tickets sad W..... call eAtfaatk Covet UM. Ticket'E; ; y .

favor. Only the body of water breakfast. Left there at 8 o'clock and to be improvident every time it look dirty. In a day or Afes, sr-. '
1 is astonishingly shallow, being from found the old lake rather rough, as a And moat Important la their\ work. two, it will look like new.-Los An- '

two to four feet deep, seven and eight stiff wind was blowing from the north Bat that she tenches them lee byword geles Express. A. W. FRITOT, D. P..A., J. G. KIRKLAND. D. P. A..

miles out from shore. We are rather east.Another than by example, for they cannot Jacksonville,, Fla. T..... FU. : : ,'
edging toward the ;westward' shore; hour brought'us to Tom fall to Imitate tbe ardor .with which Embroidery in dull. gold or silver appears y

land visible on that side, but none Smith's fish camp near mouth of JKis- she pnrraee ber art all day and everyday I 01 black or colored net or chiffon MM..
straight ahead. simmee river, where we camped be- gown
One o'clock, had cold lunch; not, avery fore. Mrs. Buck and myself' had a to the exclusion of every other I '

elaborate one but answered all I friendly visit with a fisherman's wife. plea .
purposes; 1:56 ran aground for a few a bright, sweet little four-year-old boymet A WONDERFUL HEALING INFLUENCE C A. CARSON. President N. C BRYAN. Secretary.The .':

minutes, six miles out. Four o'clock, and took us up to their house or cooked breakfast, had fish and i
been having an awful time on a rockbound shack I should say. And the sweet row donated by the fishermen. Nine IN' KIDNEY TROUBLES I

coast, striking rocks all,along. peaceful nap that I took on their o'clock find us gladly) on our homerun. Waters & Carson j
Tried to follow directions to right of feather bed, which was so kindly of- The Margaret Is making fine A year and a half ago I wa taken '

Observation island. Yes, we observe fered me, will never be forgotten, for time against the swift flowing; stream. with a severe attack of Kidney trouble
it. Got within about two miles and my bed in boat wasn't the softest andI Mr. Dillon's Sunday hat fell overboardand that pained me to such an extent that

shallow water stopped us again. We was tired. Our men went Over to was fast leaving when we quickly morphine had to be given me. Wa

looked toward the east about five miles the "skinny" and watched them skin turned and ran it down, pulling it attended by a doctor who pronouncedIt Grocery Company
and saw some houses built on stilt catfish. This crew alone seined in in with a hook. He remarked that it as Stone in the Bladder and pre-

I out in the water. We headed toward the month of February over 6,000 was greatly improved in looks by the scribed Lithia Water. I took Lithla
them slowly and thought we spied in pound of fish, using a 1,800 yard seine. bath. Then Mr. Dillon killed a seven- Water and Tablet for some time and .'

e the distance two small boats which People here from different part of toot 'gator, hooken him in, and laid received no relief from them. I stopped -. Wholesale and Retail Dealer inGROCERIES
proved to be true. On getting closer the world and we find them very hospitable him up on top of the cabin, when sud- taking medicines for some time, :/ ,

J. K. got out on bow, put a pillowslip giving us plenty of fish and denly the 'gator came to life, showing later having some Swamp-Root in the U
on pole and waved a sort of distress doing little acts of kindness. Four n disposition to fight. He sprang over- house I decided to try it and felt

signal. Two men soon came to us in o'clock finds us cooking supper. Wind board, back into the river, greatly to much relieved. While taking the second -
a small launch and informed us the ,. calmed some and we have hope of Mr. Dillon's disappointment. It isn't bottle began to pass Gravel in the a
other fisherman in rowboat back at getting through the bar soon. This all smooth sailing with us, sometimeswe urine until I had passed in all at leasta WI DA

camp just came down the river this is a fine afternoon, only wind is chilly. get into dead river and have to half dozen or more and have not suffered ,

a,' m. They went back and told him We pulled. anchor, ran on around and go back then stereing rope breaks or the slightest since-and in all + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 0 . . 00 . 000 . . ,, '
our troubles and he came immediately) got partly through the bar by nightfall something goes wrong about the en. have taken one bottle and a half and 4 O + .

gave us the desired Information, sandthere I and anchored close to the same trine and has to be fixed and so on. feel very grateful to Swamp-Root. O WE SELL: + WE BUYs r n

was only eighteen inches of place as when going down. We hada Some of this river scenery grows very Yours veryt ruly, 4 O 4 d k

, water for two miles of river enttance, royal supper of good things. The tiresome, so many sudden turns, resembling H. W SPINKS, 0 HAY O 4 -r.-
too low for us, as our boat draws men were hungry after working so :' the whirl of a merry-go- Camp Hill, Ala. 4. 0 O HIDES 1a--f- l
twe ty-ftve inches. So we turned our hard with the boat and ate almost like round and each bend in river looks Personally appeared before me this GRAIN 4 4 t- + 14' :
fa s homeward, getting the fisherman cannibals. We retired earlier than just like the other. Weather still I 16th day of August! 1909, H. W. 4 4 4 FURS O r
.n out into deeper water. usual about 8 tired and of Spinks, who subscribed the above +
+ cuide us ; some us keeps pleasant for March. About 4 i > FERTILIZERS + + -
or rope broke but running sick. Two o'clock J. K. and Mr. Dil we carry to the Bassenffer landing. A I statement and made oath that the + O 4 WOOL '. 41" l k t

, smoothly now. Five twenty, the sun is lon got tired of sleeping and took a ferryboat was crosswise the river and same is true in substance and in fact. fr SHINGLES 4 + .

nearly setting, lake slightly rippled, moorilight row for an hour. Came a lady came running down and untied | A. B. LEE, 4 4 4 AND ., i ;
1 very pleasnt but we are benighted in back cold and went to bed again. Our, it letting it float to one side, : Ex. of Justice of Peace. 4 ORANGE BOXES 0 O . 4 #

, .strange waters and far far from land crew was up at daylight, taking a new .us a chance to get by. About darn Letter 1.Ilr. 4 4 ALL -

I and letting the moon guide our little start and using the same mean to we drew up at Mico Bluff, our old HllB.rr A C.. < ORANGE WRAPS, A 4 .
.,t craft. Eight o'clock and we see a get through the second bar. The men camping place as we went down. It HI...._..., K. V. . COUNTRY ,'' ,

\ t'; bright light ahead, gleaming out over worked very hard assisted in several Is real pretty }here, a group of tall Will Do' VEGETABLE CRATES 4 4 ..' -;# t', +,
} the water, which has a cheery look. ways by Mrs. Buck and got through palms and oaks, a castoff orange grove I, Prove What Swamp-Root + '0' . O PRODUCE ., .

:5 It waa another fish camp ,built on into the river about & o clock. We and an old house tell the tale of occupants -i I For You. .1,,.: 'CItATE NAILS +. O f.;>. ,.:. l'-J:
4\ stilts and we decided to cast anchor felt almost like shouting/ for pulling in the past. We helped our- Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co; .
; :
I 'and spend the) night eight miles from and pushing. on a(boat like this Is no selves to oranges, which were fine. Mr. Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample" size ;'. ': '.'. . ..: : + ,.t'. .'._ .j, ; :,..jtt:1 1.

?r /land. Three of the fishermen' came to .joke. Milliard i Is sick from effect of his bottle. It wiU convince anyone.; YOU :. '". vM 'C
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b't;. VHS in a .boat to investigate matter, ; Mr. Billiard was pulling bald on early morning dip. He and Mr. DU- will also receive a booklet of valuable W. Hit field and garden eeeds ofaIJ kind P'S,ff' 2 ; 1', ; ' \ !f'
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daTi. atteato"ttia8"ou1
ourlooks head ott down into bladder. When writing, be'sur.iandmention \.W give special ,, : :
Pieiou.rT"at. tdrltwDueE: hong the boat tin setting by a campfire rnade \ ' ""
It'c .",helped_01;for they" 'were soon friendly ,I eold 'river and. 'remained In until boat dry dog' fennel Breakfast over we the KUsimmee Valley* Gasett .- ''Free delivery ia citIimitt. '::Pbon. Nw't1L; '.. >O-:.. '.:. ';' ,!,,;I. t.ii :, ; .,.; :"'( : ;

:g .and after serving a..rylate, sap- got off bar. H, tint .much., in,favor started again at, .7 o'clock bad a *. Regular. fifty-cent and one- 1 1,-.W. are coaata..ta for.aood fcrtilize.., hk. ....,f.of 'ciicaJ. .S Pt oeii.,: :{j:; ,'4,
10 per'our menfolk went over and had of the early moraine bath. He went fine morning' ran, steady and nothing dollar sis bottles for'aaI.*. at a1! drug on'fttrttliir.:'". "'>'" t ' "Pt' 'r" ,,. .\", '!>,\. .-:';'. '"

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I {. St". .CloudDepartmditI .. :' ALSO. TO ,HOLDFAIRDAYS: rar

: r' "CftVNTY Continued : : \ :: 'j'jlIt )
..1 .. '. : ( from-Page One.) "\ ,
J News" and Notes of th. "Wonder Gty" From Our Own .. I *, ,1 I .: k* .,., \ 'l'.... . 100 >.
ii era''eomlne"to.* town"oo'.th. I '
.. .. days ,
" LARGEST DOCKET SINCE I Advice has Ji.t'reaehed the officesof R.,DeWitt resn-wb. is giving his .
I W L Special Correspondent with their stock the products of their
the Florida Growers and
ShipperaleaCUt' time
THE COURT WAS ESTABLISH. to the perfecting the People'sorchestra ,
t farm, etc. to be and sold
displayed ,
I at- Orlando --that the Flordia hi.ambition'
it-is to
.WHEN to the buyers .who' from
come every East Coast '
in effect '
railway placed Kissimmee
on gus' a real orchestra -
'Miss .Minnie M i.rkbam.-from Woodbine l Impressive; ceremony being. performed THE TRIBUNAL, MEETS I ,ON where to seek;their -needs.- He Suggested March,16 rates from all its stationsto such >..' many.", ymphonr.4

laTleaTes for the north. bv .Pastor Hatchett. ., : ,.APRIL. 12..., that all-these cities fair days should' beheld 'JacklOnYlIlwben for 'beyond),, cities.of.. the country-"- *'ow>have. He.
by, the In this section .
dey evening.'' She has been .visiting Miss Ruth is one of our most pop- that the, on oranges and grapefruit in bulk deserves the support of the public,Ur
so buyer. mightvisit from .
W. H.'Tuttl'L the social affairs of our city, while The largest docket of cases for trial straight or mixed carloads minimum this ambition. .:- .: '
3. C. Palmer and George B. Chris Mr. Gilbert I, a popularand' worthy. In the history of the county court will one their to shipments and from finally make central up 24,000 pounds These rates were constructed On 'last Friday night this orchestra'-.
i, Cleveland 0., arrived Jn St. young man. some i In tae same manner as those '
tian. of be ready when Judge T. M. Murphy like He" gave a'splendid concert at the Methodist -:
Cloud "Saturday, These gentlemen The popularity of Miss Ruth I. Attested opens the tribunal for Its next termon point of Tampa.these fair suggested the from A.: C. L. and S. A. L. stations,,an- church as the first of a series of .

wwn IOme property here and at by the several. entertainments April. 12. holding day. monthly on nounced last week; being 125 per cent three concerts. The public should pa-<;
the when the
will leave *in a which has been in days county commissioners of the current rates boxed fruit of .'
: Zephyrhllls. They given her honor There are between thirty and forty meet. on tronise ,these concerts to aid the orchestra
their tour of the this week at which eighty pounds which is equivalent to
few days to complete. many valuable and criminal besides list This in its work.
cases a long suggestion out of
useful presents showered grew a plan the same rate in cents 100 pounds.Reduced I The will be .
.tate: were upon per next concert given on
4 i of civil eases to be heard at this ...- evolved during week to holda ..
her. .
Mr. Levi Anderson of sion. here th'la.t Rate on Celery to Colorado. Thursday night of next week at the- .
few day. this week with Mrs. Conn beautiful and display preserves, The league also announces a reduc-
WI. spent a sang a appropriate The marmalades and same place and the third will be given,
drawn this with
week the
/ John H DeGraw. just before the jurors were Jellies purpose tion of 5 cents crate in the rate weeks
his riend, song bride for the of I per two fololwing on Friday; night.
session and follows J. finding out just what prod-
are as :
l' S. W. Klttring, Who has 'spent the entered. on celery from Florida to Colorado The members of the orchestra at '.
E. Barber J. H. S. B. Ault. ucts of this kind made jn Os-
Winter here the guest of the New The bride was beautiful in white Fergeson, were comomn points, such as Denver, Colorado present are: Violins, Mrs. Bullock

i } St. Cloud hotel let Thursday mornIng organdie, trimmed in hand-made lace. man, W. F. Lanier, Ralph' Wilcox, C. ceola them county the best and to select from among :. Sprin a Pueblo etc. This reduction Tony Rogero, Harold !Buna and Helen
A. Sessions J. R. Bronson .1. D. for manufacture
for his home at Cincinnati O. The groom wore the conventional ] Clark ones which is equivalent to $20.00 Jones; viola, Louise ThomasoDl cello j.
Mr. Kittrlng has enjoyed the winter black and carried himself like a knightof S. T. Pansier, A. J. Simmons, W. M. in the canning factory soon to be per car, became effective on March 1. Mrs. R. D. Brown; clarionets, Charlie ,
Montsdoca and R. on a small scale with the
E. Thomas.
here and expects to bs with us again old. Rogero and A. J. McDonough flute ..
club kitchen ,
Country< nucleus. Mr.
;$ a Table oilcloth can be utilized for
i Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert will make their Clyde- Buzza Karl Morrow
text lIeason. : ; ,
Hunter declared
that now was the other than its indi
raw. H. C. Bartlett, Mrs. home in St. Cloud, as Mr. Gilbert's purposes name ; cornets J. D. .Woodbeck and Mari -
BLOOM SPROUTS OUT opportunity for this plan because of
cates. It be kitchen and
can placed on
J Johnston and wife business is here.
Crane, John the Huddleston ; trombone, R. H. Lud-
embargo placed the
upon marmalades bathroom walls when smooth add-
1 ,_ !Mif Harriet Partlctt, Neil Bartlett ThoM present were: Mr. and Mrs. the by lam; double bass Frank Calkins;
crossed the lake Carl E. Carlson) Mr. and by English government, as ing a little glue to the paste.
and Sam Brammar (d'1rA. Rob French horn Lawrence Griffin; piano
it is well-known that
a great
) Sunday to Boggy creek, where theyspent Fowler, Miss Marion Laity Miss Harriet OF A STRAWBERRY A. Cooper.
of thin kind have been shipped from (front of the Osceola Hardware storeto .
the day. Mr. .
Bnrtlett and Mrs.
and enjoyed Clark Mrs.
and Scotland. make the safer for traffic.
England corner
,. There will he a dance at the Van- Baker Doctors Stewart, sr.", and jr., I -- The danger of accidents at this cor- Germany has sixty-six raw sugar

'.a denberg pavilion on the lake front Miss Ruth Wylie Mr, and Mrs. Ves L. M. Williams, who has quite a fine I To Hold Soon. ner has been repeatedly cited and it (factories.

Saturday night. Come down and enjoy Squires, Mr. and Mrs. May of Tampa ranin in south Kissimmee, brought The first fair day to be held l within is likely that steps will be taken at NO-TICK. .:
: evening dance in this fine open Mr. and Mrs. Sprague Mr. and I the near future will f'ature.these
an to the Valley Gazette office thin weeka onoe to have this Axed. Notice Is hereby given that a bill
I ,r : pavilion. Mrs. Ralph Wright, Mr. and Mrs. freak growth which is worthy of products and a list of prizes has been Secretary Prentia announced that he will be.Introduced before tho next l.rInlaturt ,

; ; Dr. F. .1. Rich and wife, of Anna Fowler. Mr. and Mrs. Conn. Mr. and more than passing notice. .I made up by the merchants to he givenfor still has nearly a hundred copies of of the of state of Florida the forthe
purpose' empowering Cityof
j 111. who have spent the winter in Mr. W. R. )Harkett. Mr. Bill Dale the articles selected as the bestin
I It is a full-grown Klondlke strawberry I the Tampa Tribune Year Book, which KlHalmmpp Florida to provide for
Cloud, \left Tuesday morning for St.1 Mr. and Mrs. I D. II. Gill, Mr. Sid Porter which has sprouted out a new their various linen. The Hunter may be obtained free of charge by the bulk headlnK of Lake TohopekalJfra
will come south Mr. Newt Edwards Land will offer $50 in cash I within the limit. of said city of Kla-
home. They Mayor and bloom from the tip of the berry. In company those who will promise to send them nlmmte. to determine the method .fperforming
next winter. Mrs. Smith Mr. Sam Brammer, Mrs. fact, there are two blooms one of I prizes for the bst orange marmalade out judiciously to friends in other sections Hueh work. and to BMmenm

G. F. Jean left TueRday morning I Dale, Mr. and Mrs. Menny Penny Mr. which has fallen off and started to the best grapefruit marmalade of the country. They can be brinentB inyda a HOB against propertynlterted

for hi. home in Anna, 111. Mr. Jean and Mrs. H. C. Bartlett Mr. and Mrs. bud into another berry while the others the best guava jelly, the best guava I secured at his store. H.. MAT. Mayor.

pent the winter here and we expect W. I. Bartlett Miss Corinne Arrow- in full flower. caste. the best irranefruit straws. the :.

him again next fall. smith, Mr. and Mrs. Hatcher, Mr. and The Klondike berry is noted for a I I best kumquat\ ad;; lowquat pre erve8. -- --,- -- -- -

D. J. Th mpson, of Youngstown, Mrs. Kardwell Mr. and Mrs.-JIellen- small growth from the tip end but etc. The good housewives are askedto FOR SALE OR TRADE

0., arrived Monday to look over his bauifh, Rev. Gemmell.Mr. this is the first which haa actually begin now to prepare for this exhibit -A five-pas ..

.. , property he purchased a couple of and Mrs. A. W. Delnah. who sprouted a new bloom in this manner. the date of which, the definite senger Overland car. Paul McKee. ,

l .: years ago his intention being to build have spent some time in our Wonder I prizes offered, etc., are to be announced I WantAds. I 11-tf

s home in which to spend the winter. City left Thursday morning for Jack- : soon. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE for

i : Mrs. N. P. Curtis has the finest sonville, where they will spend some GROWERS AND SHIPPERS The board was unanimously in favor -i property close in town' five acres of
time before of this also and committeewill
specimen of a rose we have ever seen. returning to their home plan a land one-half in cultivation balance

,. ,. ;' It was six inches across the top red at Providence, R. I. be named by President Stanfordto J. RICHARDS has just completed an- good timber all under fence,
p V in color and is known as the Eu'lreneBUlllet. Mr. and Mrs. P. V. L. Purdy left LEAGUE TO HOLD MEETThe take hold of the work and push it other bungalow cottage next door to suitable for ;trucking or fruit ;

This specimen certainly entitles Saturday to spend a few days with to a successful issue. Mr. Ernest Johnson's house on Pine ing. Six-room house grow-and

i ; .,Ts. St. Cloud to be called the home friends at Del-ami annual meeting of the league Public 1m provt'm'n II,. street. This is for rent or sale on work stained; deep well, plastered; good barn;
of the Miss Blanch Greenawalt who has payments the same as
rose. easy ; pay- .
has been set for Wednesday, April 14, Public improvements came in next two outhouses and three chicken
Mr. been spending the winter with ing rent. Apply to J. Richards, 403
and Mr. her
Cranston and daughter -
the Tamna for houses mile from
at casino
Bay Tampa. considerations subject being ; one depot; price
irrandnarents left Pine street. 13-2t
spent Saturday with Mrs. Veeder, for Thursday evening This comes during the annual meeting broached by Secretary Prentis. He $2,000; terms. Apply to owner, K. .
and Alliance
enjoyed a good social time. of the Florida State Horticultural., stressed the need of a public park and I P. Butler.
lv Mr. and Mrs. George Strealy of Mrs. Annette Smith was a business FOR SALE OR TRADE for horse and II.
ociety. The afternoon of the four- declared now was the time to begin '
Los Angeles. Cal., who have been visiting caller at Kissimnvce on Wednecday. wagon. one 2 cy. Buick In good FOR SALE-A Reo 22 h. ',::4"
e-nth: will be devoted entirely to citrus work upon some plan to obtain it. lie touring car, .,.t
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lynn Daugherty caller at condition good!: tires; must sell or
Matthews, was a canker work. In the evening declared that the dull summer monthswere p.; excellent condition. Four new
i 4 left Saturday for Tampa. Mr. and Kisnimmee on Saturday last. I here will be the report of the secre the time to furnish emnlovmentfor trade at once. A. M. Jones P. O. tires. Price $150. W. A. McCool. 1
'1 Mrs. Strealy are spending a year and S. J. Triplett left Wednesday to at Dox 221 Kissimmee. 7tf jr. 12tiFOR
tary-manager of the league, together laborers and the city could not finda
a half sight-seeing and for several tend the editors' convention at Miami.
I. with other discussions on the Jcnt'ralpolicy better opportunity than now to take .
I weeks: past have been touring Flor- Lieut. S. J. Entriken of St. (Cloud of the league. Three members. a step in this direction. He also mentioned I WANTED-Orders for cypress field SALE-Full-blooded silver laced ,

';, ; ida. Had it not been for their interests was among the visitors to Orlando of the executive committee will he ,\ the shortening of the road to I boxes. Prices right. Oscoela LumI Wyandotte eggs; $1.OOper setting. "

i in California they would have Saturdny. The Misses Zimmer of St. elected to take the place of Z. C. II St. "loud by moans of building trestle I I her A Furniture Co. 29-tf S. T. Fansler, R. F. D. T. ,
liked Cloud the welcome visitors 1,
to cast in their lots with us. were among -
"hamblisB Ocala Dr. J. II. Ross
; work to parallel the trestle of the
r C. H. Newton of Fargo, N. IX, to Orlando. These young ladiesare Florence Villa and T. V. Moore, Miami Sugar Belt railroad. Mr. Prentis 1 DWELLINGS for rent opply to M LOST-Wednesday, March 3, at city,
who have been talented musicians and dock, or on west side of Southport ,
L the planning
traveling over are 1 I Tiller.
whose of office at
r terms expiie moved and his motion carried that
I state during the winter, but who has to make this city their home. grove, one russet colored leather ;
that time. We want member
meteing of the voters be calledto
-? made his headquarters at St. Cloud, Mr. L. L. Lucas, who holds a respon- present i if possible. every ma.KS obtain the wishes of the people TRAWBERRY PLANTS-Send $2.50 M.pocketbook, bearing the name of T. '

v returned here yesterday. He will go sible position with the sprightly St. The following hotel rates have been upon a proposition to bond or issue for 1000. Cabbage plants at $1.50. Brannan Columbus Ohio. Finder -

I d to hinorthern home on April 2. Mr. Cloud Tribune, one 6f the neatest and made: Tampa Bay hotel American notes for public improvement. Mr. Peach plum, pear and cherry trees will returning be it to the Valley Gazette "

L Newton is delighted with St.* Cloud. most ably edited papers in south FlorIda 4.00-J5.00; Hillsboro hotel European Prentis will arrange for this mass at 10 to 15 cents each. John LI<
J i J. C. Kessler and wife left for their was among the visitors in Or- ((2 in room), $8.00 $4.00; Bay View meeting- an early date. foot, E. Chattanooga Tenn. 48 tf FOR SALE-Excellent second-hand '
I P 'L:: -home in Whitfleld, 111., Tuesday. Mr. lando yesterday-Orlando Sentinel. hotel Tremont
European $1.50-$2.50 in
; piano good condition
and Mrs. Kessler have the winter Mrs. William Barber of Kissimmee, Drainage Question. ; bargain for
spent -
i: hotel, European; ((2 in room), $1.00- cash. Call
at 321 Verona
FOR SALE! Eight small farms hereis street.
I- t her and are so well pleased they was a St. Cloud caller on Monday.Mr. $1.25 DeSoto hotel American $:too- The subject of public improvements ;
_,' .. -. '- Will return next fall. I and Mrs. Amos Kiehl who have $3.50; The Arlington European, 75e. again brought forth the eloquence of your chance. The owner of the - 12-ltpd
c : of passed the winter here in toe Wonder ; President who in Liberty Park subdivision lying
,. Mrs. Phillip Ebring. St. Louis The railroads are going to give a Stanford explained authorizes FOR SALE-Ten room boarding and
t ,1 ; pent .."eral days in St. Cloud, visiting City, left Tuesday morning for their rate of one fare plus twenty-five cents full his plan for drainage, which is close to Kissimmee, us rooming house corner Broadway

t ) Mr. and Mrs. v: S. Wilson who home at Greensburg, Pa. for the round trip. Tickets on sale mentioned in another column. He to sell eight 6-acre tracts.. per- and Brack street. Would trade for "

? have spent the winter at the New St. :Mr. sad Mr. Hoppe, Mr. and Mrs. April 12 to 15, with a final limti of closed his arguments with a statement sons who will improve them, atJMO smaller property; two lots and good '.,' '
$20 down balance in five
Cloud hotel. Mrs. Ebring came up Pope and Mr. and Mrs. W. Harmon April 20 for return. that Kissimmee should be lust a. per acre; barn. Would
J fro mSt. Petersburg where, she spent left Tuesday morning for a few days' LLOYD S. TENNY.SecretaryManager., much a strawberrY center as Lakelandor years. This is your chance to geta improved farm. W. :M. Siver. 8-tt ..
4 : the winter. She was very' much pleased trip to Miami. Plant City. He said that if the I piece of splendid land at a price rJ

l with the Wonder City and also with Mr. and Mrs. Levi Shambow Mr. proper drainage was given the people' which will probably never be known' FOR SALE-Several nice young Jer-; .

,-c the New St.. Cloud hotel which, she and Mr. Seabrink and Miss HazelShambow there was enough land within tM corporate again so near the city. Close to soy cows, Just fresh. S. W. Down-,-... ', i;

.1 ..*sys. Is much better than St. Peters were Kissimmee callers on on their backs. How the fire started limits of Kissimmee that could the Orl.ndoroad.. H. M. Breaker lug Phone Z "-tt

burg hotel,. She left Monday for Sunday.Mrs. I. a mystery .but it did its work in be placed in strawberries to- make a A Co. 12-St-pd .U..L. r, I

L Jacksonville and will return"north by "William Huber who has been a very short time fanned by the crop here that would bring between FOR, RENT Private 'apartmenta'up. ___

: . easy stages. We expect her to spend visiting at the home of Miss Eda Ep- strong wind that was blowing. $100,000 and $150,000 next ."8On.newas FOR RENT-8-room residence, furnished stairs. Apply 228 N. Beanmontavo.flue

.t- . next ,winter in St. Cloud. 1 1o pIe, left Saturday for her home at The people of the community will loudly applauded.Park $15; 6-room. 9)0; -roons. corner Sumner street. 14-ltpd .

Dr. ,F. F.':U. Pope's new garage .is"being Camden, N. J. Miss Elsie Huber erect a canning factory. This will Plan Advanced. $9. E. E. Wells real estate and insurance '

l'' 1t : P built 1 at his residence corner came on Friday and accompanied her be conducted on the co-operative ba- 202 Broadway. FOR SALE-If taken as a whole the ;

i -; I ,,' 'Vlririnla.avenue\ and Eighth street, to.hou. mother home. sis. An outfit has been purchased and! Following these talks upon public ''I peach crop on Paradise island will

I ., his big car. Mr. Hollinger, who has been guest land secured. Work will soon be improvements there came a plan 'I FOR TRADB-New $68 vertical feed be sold at a bargain. ,. Crop will be '
win- started the erection of the building which was supported by H. A. Hunter, about 600 crates. Apply to ArthurE.
musician Miss ct the New St. Cloud hotel this on -
Our well-known sewing!': ma hlne. "or live stock
I ; N. C. and J. W. McPhatter and
j Bryan
ter left Tuesday for his home at which will be located on Ninth Donegan Kissimmee, Fla. 14-tf
T "ht1.... !1 Zimrner, was confined to Proprietor Lincoln of the Manhattan -I poultry or farming implements. S.
.- the railroad.An .
with Waverly Tenn. street at
this week
t. .veral days a W. 7-tf
hotel, for the parking of the Downing. YES WE TEACH the barber
: 1 of tonsilitis. Mrs., Severn and who have oyster supper will be held in open I you
: d&lughterf space back of the depot. The ease trade and give position in our chain (
I of been guests at oud hotel the schoolhouse next Saturday night
? ,\r',iJ' 7was a flying in St.squadron Cloud on this winter[ left Wednesday morningfor for the benefit of the Children's Home, with which this work might be accomplished -' FOR RENT OR SALE Twostorystore of shops at good wages for $30. At-

:y'J Jowder girls their home in Chicago, III., but Jacksonville. was mentioned by all of the 3 I building on Brack St., North lanta Barber College 10 E. MitchellSt.

,, i T -j an4.,Wednesday demonatrat- t.hi.lall and build. the threatening weather gentlemen and each of them offered Kissimmre. H. C. Stanford 2tf ., Atlanta Ga. It '.,
to return Despite
house to bouse. For a man expect '
personal contributions to do the work
j9 audience -- -- --- -- -- ---- - ----
and"son James -
this Mrs. James Rowland Saturday night a large greet
good biscuits was a
I I: Jcee junior who have spent the winter ed the ladies of Orange Center when of beautifying this spot. Its effect
,. I .fpance.; 'Visitors and those who passed The Place Where You Always Save Money .fgS
l Rowland'saunt rendered their in the !
the of Mrs.
here they
t .14: patriotic order The Daugh- guests program
t. L ,{ through on trains was mentioned as a '
J. H. schoolhouse under the direction of
and uncle Mr. and Mrs.
t' C "'",,, Veterans, hal: been form d re- in its favor in additionto :
i' strong point f
': ,r yMn'Bk-'Cloud, with the follow- Ferguson will start. Monday for their rtrs. C. M. Payne. The stage had the fact that it would give the city The FAIR l PlAYMATMARKLT
home at Henderson, Ky. been tastefully decorated. The program .
... j'/'ofTicers: President Ella P. Dav.a I its first with the least -
_48 park expenditure ;
with duet *
who have by -
vie Clara Rev. and Mrs. Darbaker, opened a fci'
senior president
u --4'Tift of It cited that
; the I
the winter here, leave Wednesday Babcock and Elliott, "Why I money. '
: 'e, ':jnod.Ju4i9vIc.pre5Ideflt| ; ; .Jennie A ,Goodtreasurer Cora- evening to spend some time at Must We Stay at HomeT" followed railroad company would be glad to PORK VEAL BEEF; SAUSAGE HAMS BOLOGNA BRAINS LIVER $:'U
Farris chaplain
allow the city citizens the -
tJ ; or privilege
;F .Fannie Rowland: pa- Daytona Beach and St. Augustine be- with a reading by Mn. A. Ramsey, and HEAD CHEESE PIG SOUSE !
i'i'i, i \ ; Mattle Wilson'\ ; fore returning to their home at Pitt.- "Which Shall It Be?" Then came a of parking this space the RIBS BACON jjk
Jx1oto instructor board of trade will\ take the matterup
with ,
t c .j rcouncll. Jda Morgan.RoxIe Goodrich, burg, Pa. comedy. "The Sniggle .F.milyt at once HAMBURGER OIL SAUSAGES FOWLS :
Marie Dimick taking the leading
Jane R. "; t
_ :i ) I, .. ;Jennie. Carver_ guard. ....u.oolOohooo .oUO H 0 part, her family consisting of Mrs. To Fix Roadway. AND FRIERS. *s l\.i

t I MarTh.rnd1k.f'.ssiatant; guard, Rachel ... .' ; ... Oliver, Mrs. T. H. Kerr Miss Pearl Mr. Hunter also called attention to

1' ( 1 musician Renah Stlckne'lcolor .. ORANGE CENTER. .* legny, Miss Jessie Marry, Mrs. T.L. the fact that the county would give IT

d 4I Stickney; BuDante1l.j .4. ., Harvey, Mrs. R. J. Keen and Miss $500 towards fixing ap the roadway to
bearers Tena Phillips, 12 Darlington LB
1 ,
.. ?I. j ato Inei Ids' Kathleen Goff. ..OOOO..OOOOOOOOOOOoOO.O.O. Cssie Rigny. Mrs. John L. Stansdell the Country club, that the Lake Shore Phone 245 JOE POWERS \
.; f Avenue t:
followed I
then gave recitation_ and was Addition company would give a like
: The teat( has* started wider most Mr ,::1. C. Sheldon of Sioux .Falls, -.-- -- ,
Stewart of : by a violin solo by Miss Jessie amount. He asked the city to Join in I to'
t 3 I promising ondltons,5 Dr. S. D.,' .who spent a short time with
Morry. Two tableaux were then pre- the plan. Quite a discussion of the
J t'._I Topeka, Kan.. who la1* St. Cloud his family here has returned to his f
-j- :k '. of the civil Mnted. The first "Faith, Hope and best wsy to fix this roadway (ollow- ,
? resident and a veteran
northern home. Misses BIB B HB BM S B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B BB B S B B B BBH
the I Charity, with and ed and it is likely that as a result
' .'I war, baa promised to;present to Dr. I :Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Umberger have Regny and Mrs. T. J, Stewart acting the city will be asked to do its part '
pt vt t. I tent a set of four sflk flags. returned to Amarillo Tex., after "
with in
the parts and "Rock of Ages, completing this beautiful drive- j
V (l Stewart by Invitation ef the meaben'l spending"several months here. They Miss Dimick in the leading part. Mrs. I ReductionOn I'.j.

: ,. ; has given a nam, t*'the it will be will have their land her! *, developedand Cyrus Payne then recited. Mrs. G. way.The board received an invitation

)- ;_ satlon, and at suggestion expect to be found' among the E. Babcock sang "Daddy." Mrs. Payne'ollowed I from Columbus, Ga.. for a homecoming -". .
-. # .tent.Daulfhten
'. called the Mother_Biekerdike .. residents of the community in the Mrs. ?
'1 of Veterans. The institut- with an original poem. week to be held there April 14,
,4 : future. Arthur Cooper, of Kissimmee, favored 15 16 and 17 and asked that it be
Louise .
p' ,lnB and installing officer was :Mr. Underbruk. of Illinois arrived All Ladle and Children'
the audience with a solo responding printed so that all former residents
. W"Benson' National Color Bearer No. here Friday morn\ng.\ He has locatedin followed the
to an encore. Then of Georgia might know and attend if
', ,1' \ ,2, of Oakland. Me.. and the Maine de.tosrtment. Section 21 and is busy getting scream of the evening in the coon they wishes to do so.

L l Daughters of Veterans of became ready for his family.The I concert and Cakewalk. The ladies The board decided to send today a High Shoes -

r'. i,.' interested in the starting of' the Rev. C. Sweet of Ithaca, N. Y., again did not forget the inner man telegram to the State Press association -
new tent and donated a set badges alest at the Pines last week.
was served
i and the refreshments were inviting the members who are
c' '- - ,"to, be worn by the 4 officers. Besi ides Dix'ten.oio. He has land here and while here he much enjoyed by all present. now in session in Miami to come here Special redaction on 75 pain of Ladies' .
this gift the members of Dorothea inspected the holdings of some of hit .
. ; for their 1916 convention. This was Tan Boots former prices t
t of WaUrville. Me., sent ;
2. t
northern friends. He expects to build
REAL sent to back verbal invitation
) funds to )lurcha. an seal and himself a winter home inr the town and K9TATK. made by the Ufothe which left this $4.00 and $5.00

; ;from the members 'Mary Todd Lin- has his town lots cleared ready to week to attend the meek-ing. DOW : : : $2. QA i'<

.cola tent. No. 3. of Bangor. Me., came push the work. In Re stata. of John Plerc -r .'
a handsome. silk{ altar flag-further T. H. 1fA..n liaft a fnrcM nf men at Notice l la hereby riven tbat Inn u.i- Encourage New Industry.The SPECIAL7"20o"ChiiieB"'rLow"Md"Hirh"sbo. .; alf colon.
_ 'gifts'-and assitance have come from i drrilarnud will apll| ly to the lion. 1. !M. Sold I from 51-25 to $2. 0
_ 1 :.H i' work cutting veneer blocks and load Murphy County Judgof Onceola board went on record as approving : ;
'j.< -k :other:friends .of the >order, and the ing'sand. He has quite a few.order. County Florida on April ST. 116. atKUilmmoe. the enterprise of the proprietors BOWi ._ _______ C. .
be ---- --- -- -- -- - .
'>: 't/ &.... embere" have'evelT reason to en- ahead. Florida, for an order to stI of the new Purity Ice Cream -f .
-i Jeeurageorby. the beginning they have of at private aale lbs 'following d..cnbd fac- t
: :; ; Fire destroyed the home Mr. A. company for Starting their cream
\ '' charter members number- property Ituatd.lytnc and being Don't fail t. take advantage of these Bargain.We i
The ,
;:(.'! 'made.' Robbin in Section 28, soon after midnight I. Oicrola County, Btato of Florida. tory here and urging all citizens to '

"f" oct thirty-three. last Tuesday. Mr. Leon L. Lot 12. block 101. of the town of St. patronize this home concern. in preference Give Ceapem .... ,
'. 'Tb&borne :'of 'Mr. 'and Ifra. W. x... Grove and family were "visiting there Cloud and lot IT of section 4, town- to others. .. :-Y!
: Presbyterian ,ninhster and talked late in the night They ship IT outh.'ranve 11 eaat, according A committee three composed of f. I '
... 'N 'vJ..Hatchett, our they to plat of Seminole Land 4k InvestmentCo. '
", ," ,,. was 'the scene',of a' brilliant wedding had I retired seemlngi ',but a short I .'* ubdjvtslon'' of-Beotlon 4. Mayor.May, Roma Thomas and James DUTTON-HARRIS SHOECO: .,1
_ : their daughter time 'when they roused by the . Dated Klulmmee, Fla, this Ittn.dayof Miller was appointed -to'confer with . ',' ,
.., Jc .Wednesday eve.when were JT, .'', 'J,| V ,' . ..,., '. -_ . ,
:.t,d,. I- .toth XIUp \ "!was' wedded to. Mr. crackling timber-1,and.barely escaped I .. : 'March,' .- .-111"W..D.CRAWFORD* , the city]councilmen in regard to'cut* .. .(! .
.. I 1 .ISmi Gilbert th.lovely"snd with their lives. ,They were able .to I I ting'off''" the sidewalk at the comer I..
.. .: ; "'iOn: #n, ,' } L Administrator of..ta.. Estate ,of John
ryoun/ ladies 'being ,a ,save:nothing but that whlch they had n. OIp De.-.4. f 14- of Brosdway and ,Emmett street ,in a..
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