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: April 2, 1915
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00692
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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:BOUGHT : .: .,Brings, ' ..Results+ :": ;:ENTERTAIN THAT ,EVANS; .TOBEHElD IN CITY MAY '3:. ::' :" ,

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r 0 Gacetto-wUl:bring results,''was : .-.'_ . : '. . '

: fOR .*;degree.proven'.,last. ',week" > in."-"a V;'marked"" ": ; ** EDITORS I xv :REMAIN .. !.. ..... .: Prizes. "'Arranged to:Be Given. 1.'.
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O: Senator A..E. Donegan I Dainties-'prod ed ,, '
O 'small want ad. in the colurrins 0 > " GAZETTE TO'GET, ALL For Best ;
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0 of the Gaiette, offering the crop* NEWS FROM TALLAHASSEE -
: *.of peaches on Paradise island 'l .... '+ By thin! Good Housewives of:"';".

: Four( rIO* O for sale as a whole. Within a 0 City Wins 1916 Meeting Committee Named to Put The state legislature begins its.> ",. '
A.i 0 few hours After the paper was . cessions next 'week.. Gazette 0 ,Osceola. County. .
I* 0 printed the entire crop, which 0 , readers will be kept Informed *


; r. ;;;.:;:10'. Tarpon 0..'.of wa will,Narcooeee.amount sold to..to F.about This Desmond magnificent 600 crates Little, *0 After Hard Fight, Matter Up to Board *** be about solons paid all and to the especial any doing and attention.ofthe all bills state will af- **. FAIR DAYS MAY. BE ; ;/ ,-' 7MADEMONTHLYEVENT

'j.. ' \, 0 crop will 'soon be ready for feeling this section of the state. 0 :*;
t :RASTER F 0 ready for marketing. STATE PRESS ASSOCIATION, UNANIMOUS RESOLUTIONS ARE Claude F. Johnson will represent :
'. Senator Donegan declares that the Gasette at Tallahassee *
i; WITH MEAT. BY 0 he has always found advertising CIDES TO COME HERE fOR ADOPTED AT MEETING COM- and will see to it that everything 0

(Y i ;r. w OSCEOLA 0 in the Valley Gazette a paying NEXT SESSION BY A VOTE' OF MENDING WORK OF COUNTY of interest is sent here at the 1 8- -,

t!,. ) BUYER COMES 0 0 proposition it Is worthy and of patronage he believes for that any 0* 18 TO 10, KEY WEST BEING THE DEMONSTRATION AGENT AND ** earliest Senator possible Donegan moment and Representative ** Plan Is,, to Have Day Upon" .(
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.. LECT STOCK O and all persons who have goods OTHER CONTESTANT. ASKING .HE BE RE-EMPLOYED Bryan expect to leave Which Farmers and Ranchers ,
". to sell. Saturday for Tallahassee. ..,,

;\.1! !"' ': Osceola' county 0 O..OO..OO..O.... .* ... .*. Kissimniee will entertain the thirty- When the county commissioners *.oO..O..OOOt.' ....*. May Bring Products a. tHere
'i 1t'i: mutton for the big seventh annual convention of the meet on' Monday a committee composed -
. "<11' ; .' the Greek colony Florida Press association to be held in of H.-C..Stanford, John M. Lee and For Sale.
4: Four carloads of the spring of 1916. E. G. Vans Agnew, will appear be-
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.iron. Kissimmee $500,000 PACKING This city won the fight for the next fore thinn..and ask that they again ASSOCIATION HEARS Do make mark '
jellies,
I i purchasers at the convention only after a hard fight at make appropriation for a county demonstration you preserves) ; ",
jnalades of the other dell ,
( j the world.I' the convention held in MiamL The agent and that B. E. Evansbe or any many .."
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a l' '' v! Easter is a time vote was taken last Saturday, Key :retained in the position for another MARKET cactus that can be produced from Floe y
BUREAU PLANJ. -'
', > :the Greek. HOUSE ARMOUR PLAN West being the other applicant for the year.The. idafruitsT ? ,
If do here is
you your opportunity. fi
:: comes later than meeting. good results which Mr. Evans x
, ",' .. '<111'America but this Speaking of the fight made to ob- has obtained in his work caused the Following the suggestion made' at, "
the D. ROONEY, OF OCALA EX- the last meeting of the Board of Trade. : 1,
.i.-fall: upon same ESTABLISHMENT OF BIG PLANTIN tain the convention the Miami Metropolis Osceola County Truck Growers' association '
have been completed to
arrangements
>,_-* celebration lasts a said: to have this committee appointed PLAINS NEW SCHEME OF MAR- ik
'v ",. ton I. a favorite JACKSONVILLE WILL MEAN 'Key West put up a hard fight for at its i meeting held last Saturday. hold the first of a series of Fair will ..
y '... N(,Wrltise MUCH TO OSCEOLA COUNTY the convention for next year, but Kis- The association passed a resolution KETING PRODUCTS OF FLOR- become in Kissimmee, which it is hoped feature in "a
regular monthly
Nick Sackiettis. simmee won by a vote of 18 to 10. commending Mr. Evans work a
: : v IDA FARMERS AT REGULARSESSJOlI' '
:.1 Osceola The first Fair
"'f'f.:1:;.was here this week AND OTHER STOCK RAISING Congressman Sears made an impassioned and asking that he be re-appointed. county. Day '
+ ". Z 'and superintending SECTIONS. plea for the Qsceola county This action was unanimous and spoke OF BODY. will be devoted principaly to delicacies1such .
.the sheep to Tarpon town, S. J. Triplett, of St. Cloud, reminded very highly in compliment of Evans' as those mentioned. ._
. f One carload each the assembled editors that work. Practically all of the time of the President Stanford of the Board of
' ' Roliff A: Chenoweth Kisiimmee and Osceola county Kissimmee was promised the convention regular meeting of the Osceola Coun- Trade appointed as a committee to ,
1;*; the Carson Cattle should feel a vital interest in the an- and Kissimmee edi- ty Truck Growers' association held handle this first exhibition H. A.;
::0' ; carload was made nouncement made in Jacksonville pa- tors ayear talked so ago strong for their. town FINDS OFFICES HERE last Saturday was given over to the Hunter, Andre Van der Meersch andE. .
.';"1 i -chases of Mr. pen that Armour &: Company have they won. address by J. D. Rooney., secretary and E. Nau le. In Mr. Van der' t
'; Sheep raising, decided to erect,a half million dollar "The Island City sent a strong dele- chairman of the organization committee Meersch's absence Senator A. E. Dot
t tensive industry in packing house in the state metropolis gation to the convention and every" ALL IN GOOD SHAPE of the Florida Marketing Bureau, egan kindly consented to aid in the '.. .
has been largely in the near future. The news was member worked hard, but a majorityof who came here from Ocala to explainthe formulation of preliminary plans. At ,.., ..;.4t.,.
l', 1! standpoint of given out there by George Mason, who thu newspaper men chose to visit workings of the organisation. a meet held this week the committee) 1
received his information from a close The association decided to decided upon the details ....,
layover
;'Jt: ways been known the lower east coast at a later season je a
0 STerat cattle raising personal friend of Ogden Armour. rather than come to this section two< Assistant State Auditor R. A. Gray action upon becoming members of the To. Be Held May 8. A
growing of sheep The Metropolis of that city, said: in succession. Jos. H. Humph completed his work of examining the bureau until the next meeting. Only The first Fair Day exhibition will '
only a minor "A large packing plant in Jacksonville ries years of the Bradentown Journal, national county offices here the latter part of routine matters occupied the time of be held in the Exhibition Hall of the ,
importance, TJb has for a long time been discussed committeeman also put in. his last week. Before he left he stated the association in addition to Mr. Graystone Annex on the first Mondayin
.i Toads of sheep' as one of the greatest needs of word for Key West'sKissimmee that all of the Oaceola county officers Rooney's talk.SUNDAY May, which will be the third day of
.J! were doing splendid work and that if the month. This date selected be.
,'; aught the the locality and of great prospective will begin plans at once was
r" :ee thropghout value to the state. This arises from to entertain the crowd and it every county had ag capable a set of cause of the fact that it is the meeting .-, y.. f
y- the fact that Florida's possibilities as press men as those serving here there SCHOOL day of the county commissioners.;.
a cattle raising state have been pronounced (Continued on Page Twelve.) would be no need for the state to em- when large number of people want to j" t
THAYER'S by authorities to be among JKNIGHTSTEMPLAR ploy auditors. come in .to the county seat t: '' -'
> the best in the world, and Mr. Mason He examined the offices here of INSTALLS OFFICERS Every good housewife in Ole oJa. "
has often cited instances where western County Clerk Overstreet, Tax Collector county or in bordering sections -of "- "
C; SENT TO beef has been raised and fat- GO Bandy, Sheriff Ingram and Superintendent other counties is invited to prepare her'- ;
: ; tened on Florida ranges to be shipped of Public Instruction Yowell. dainties for the exhibition.. ?Pri es._.T ., 'y
Officers and teachers of the Metho- will be offered for various articles '
; to Chicago for slaughter and distribu the
'f-w? tion. A great deal of the canned meat TO ORLANDO SUNDAY BOY SCOUT MEETING. dist Sunday school were installed at and each exhibitor will be expected f.

The body of W. T. products are also composed of Florida 1ben. will be-- of those the sesison of last Sunday. Appropriate bring two of each kind of fruit deli-,., .
i i.......,"JLnian who was raised cattle and the 'success ef the interested; in the a formation meeting of services and music accompaniedthe cache so that one maybe uled ia judge, .
Boy
I* ::''-Thursday night, venture is heartily endorsed and pre- Three or four automobile loads of Scout in Kisaimmee. at the a Methodist installation. The officers and ing the merits of the product-and the
p",,'" :"Tner borne in Spring dicted by not only Mr. Mason! but a Knights Templar will go from Kissimmee church camp on Saturday night at 7:30 teachers installed were: Superintendent other may remain on permanenhi-' "
'..r 'S.turday large number of others in the city and St. Cloud to Orlando on Sun- o'clock. All those who interestedin J. L. Overstreet; superintendent bitlon. ;i 0" /
.",, :'"''t' Mrs. O. C. McClary and state." day to attend Easter services there. are primary department Mrs. J. Wade A committee will be named later tan' "
the attend.
*--',j.Minnesota town and As it is now, the co.tof Among those who will go from here movement are urged to Tueker, superintendent cradle roll judge the. l'Oducta----Jvery-pene!: -..... ..',
V "'%;been Ms purpose cattlrlrom-Kissimmee to-the packinghouses are: II. C. Stahford, Captain Johnson Mrs.'M. A. Clark; teachers, Miss Helen Osceola county should help to!i make c.
. Jt lived. in the north averages about S. L. Lupfer, Rev. A. J. Holt, ; ROYAL NEIGHBORS IN Jones, Miss Alma Griffin, Mrs. W.: L. this exhibition a success and anyone .. i
k., .: The mystery' .y Sl.OO a hundred, or in round figures Roma Thomas and Dr. W. W. Carson.A Paulk, Mrs. H. H. Huff, Miss LouiseThomason who does not "make anyoftheproducts . "
';" 0, ;was cieared'u"p b t'i from $5 to $10 a head. When the number of others have signified Miss Alberta Hopson, J. can help by tolling those who doe
made the M. Lee, D. G. Wagner J; E. Rush, to bring in their delicacies.' "
decided to
->yl t''Which; a shipments are new pack- their intention of making the trip.
CONTEST FOR MEMBERSThe H. M. Pfann
Lola Lawler-Mrs.
Miss ,
;examination by ing house in .Jacksonville the cost It is the intention of the'commtttHto
iy. ,' .,' came to his death ought not to be more than twenty-five Mrs. J. L. Overstreet. Prof. R.. M. select from among the articles exhibited ; I }
"will..be cents a hundred or about $1.25 to $2.00a BOYS AND GIRLS WIN i Evans, Mrs. S. W. Law er, Miss. Clara a number which will be put up" y; J. f'
'" /body*was''found in head. Approximately 10,000' head Royal Neighbors lodge, recently I Ledbetter. J. W. Busby A.W Gustis as a commercial commodity ia a small"*.I"' '" r f ,,
,..,;!:"of:West-Kissimmee pf-cattle were shipped from Kissim formed among the ladies of Kis and E. C. Dusenbury-as, member" of. way, at the, kitchen ,of the. Country''''* ;:6 .-
:'missing from his } mee last:year- so. that there Is- at ,,DECLAMATION HONORSThe simmer, is now actively! engaged in : the advisory board.. Club as a forerunner of a real canning! rdt J.. '
'/' :'for two days' once a saving" of from $12,600'to a membership contest. The lodge has I plant later. Those' selected for.Uaft,rw. .....: .
; Short funeral $20,000. .r . .' -. / been divided into two sides called the 'RACK.TO : will .be 'announced 'and.' the I""'
!+"inhere before the' ; This will mean an Increased price to the-II Purples and Whites. Mrs.'E. E. Wellsis TAKES HAT makers will be asked to furnish'their.; : .{. .
.: : : preliminary jn gb School leading the Purples and Mrs. Mark i. ,
: ,{ & north. -The the cattlemen and will stimulate the recipes. They may also be asked to. :
r(;:') .J9 tended 'by old feeding of cattle before shipping. declamation contest was completed Munger the Whites. The lodge already make the first "batch" of the product i '.
n-w\ .'.{deceased, be having last week and six boys and six girls has a membership of thirty, but GOY TRAMMELL and will be paid,for their time if r '.,. l.
*; to compete for the medals given annually '- ' .
i- 'the Union army in the workers hope to largely increase they do so. ; .f . '.. '''' were selected. that number before the contest ends Later it is hoped to make'the: Fair' J (.\e,
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CITY COUNCIL MEETSIN This contest is /held annually at the on the first of May. R. D. Driggers. better known as Days a general day for the'1 farmers?, ';Ji'.
4t: ,;SENDS HIDES close of the school year. The final Prizes hive been offered by Mrs. M. "Uncle Rufus" left Tuesday night on and ranchers to bring their;products '.;, 1

I! { contest among the contestants selected Blass, supervising deputy of the order his way to Tallahassee to attend the to town for sale or trade and,they prays* ,. \ ;!
SPECIAL SESSIONThe will take place this year on April for the leader of the winning team and legislature, where he has been a fam- '"
(Continued Page Twelve.) .
30. also for the There will sessions on : t\".
AS GIFT losing captain. iliar figure at three as jani y (j /. ::'
: The girls selected to compete for also be a prize for the individual securing ',,',--, .- .1''. -
I' city council held a special session the medal are: Laura Thomas, Lois the largest number of new tor.This time "Uncle Rufus" carried \ .
JIW.t. Tuesday afternoon to ratify the Johnson, Margaret Stanford, Violet members. Attendance at the meet with him fe handsome present for Gov- COUNTRY CLUB TO \ \ ,
.. (; C. E. Swope-who election held last Saturday.The Bullock, Grace Winn and Amy Mak- I ings and punctuality will also count ernor Trammell in the way of a hat- _
"'";.of >the pony farm new city officials will take inson. I' as_points in the contest. rack made from the horns of a buck 5\'
v ...]away early this their places at the meeting of the The boys named after the prelimi- The present officers of the lodgeare deer. The horns are handsomely) HOLD ANNUAL .MEETf ?sty
:,.' -1": CJda! souvenirs to his council to be held Tuesday night of nary are: Tony Rogero, Charlie Rog- : Oracle, Edna E. Wells; vice- : mounted and should make a fine gift .. ',"
I....J r 4 'em Ohio. next week. The only changes in the ero, Frank Calkins, Gerald Rivers, Ar-" oracle, Grace B. Munger; past oracle to the governor. < ,
1h.1'J. .,4':; -The gifts thur Dulcic Millard chancellor L. Elizabeth All of Ktsllimmee'h : ;
r. personnel of the city family will be Rivers, Arthur Jarrell and Nat L. ; members the t'
-"Kleins, an alligator Carson. Cotterman recorder, Essie B. and ,
the incoming of George Owarstreet. as ; Country club are urged to attend I" .
,."' . .1r\, t'-,'ekinswere all | D. Woodbeck and W. W. Carson as shal, Ada Jay Walling; assistant mar this evening. A dinner will be served -,/:' ; *.. "!* ,
;, .;!?fiJJ. .,.ahape and will councilmen. CITY FIXES UPELECTRIC shal, Pearl Tyson; inner sentinel, Ella beginning at 6:80 o'clock'after-which, "*:-\...".'.:, !' .
I ; 'r'AJ- : ;; for his northern The election of a of the Floyd; outer sentinel, Margaret L. PICK 800 QUARTSNearly the business session will be held. MelD { f'r.'.>.. t;a .
,I'i' !'. dM. Mr. Swope council promises to furnish some po- Adams; manager for one year, B. S. I bers will be entitled to bring one guest ''I't' .
-fkr city that a new litical diversion at the meeting WIRES Marks; manager for two years Emma I to dinner. A general get-to-gether ;' ...: } ,.'
''J;"" *' 'fcat.isthe farm. L. Wenner; manager for three years, 800 quarts of Itrawberrlell'were meeting is planned to be held after' .' : :i '
rNwu(( only three M Florence L. Savage; physician Dr. picked from two patches near the business has been finished. .. # ':
4t. ,; i Swope left ftfr the has' Harriet Adams. -/ t'
Superintendent W. A. Joyner E. Kissimmee this week'
<"i- %lt was a..lh.ely as ODD FELLOWS LODGE had a gang of men busy all this week. Clark Howell picked about 500 : ''f
"Jt X,. 't ,the age of two fixing up the electrdic light wires and quarts, a large part of which were NEGRO GAMBLERS i :
1:; ).-Itlr only a tiny bit I'
:; EVANS IS GIVENA
be poles of the city lighting system. shipped in the new refrigerator cases '
carried -
'' .l1ii.teaally, I HERE GROWS RAPIDLYWhen New pole have been put up in recently secured by the Osceola County .
,arms like a eat. MAYORAn {f'
'-'gar\ many sections of the city, together Truck Grower an'J ation. FINED BY .
>! Mr. Swope says
; ''climate I. with a number of new lines. Old lines HIGH HONORB. S. T. Fansler picked between 200 .'i'
oI: ,; no Osceola lodge No. 74, I. O. have been changed and new wiring and SQO quarts, a part ot which were 'l i ';) \,
3;;:r-{:: and.he expects to O. F., meets tonight for Its regular put in. In fact, the whole system also shipped to northern markets.BOY . even half dozen negroes appear-'' v 4 "
,1 One within stew' session, a number of candidates will has been gone over in order give ; E. Evans, who has been servingthe ed before Mayor May In the city court f fI t
the the best service in Monday rooming, charged with gam-
be given the work. city possbile past as agricultural expertin
year
t. .1iARGE The initiation completes the best possible manner.ROS'COE i Osceola county, was highly honored PREACHER IS Wing.which They were fined >10 and costs,, '+ '
taken they paid;
: eleven new members in by this 1 'this week when he was notified of The
i lodge within the past few weeks. All ROBER'SONACCIDENTALLY his election to membership in the negroes were arrested about I
: f of the initiatory work has been done American Association for the Advancement HEARD BY CROWDSCharlie 2:30 o'clock Sunday morning by Night I '
i $UN A by the local team and the manner in I of Science. This is one of Policeman A. E. Coleman, who caught ',
them In the ,
act of calling "come when" a
which it has been performed has beento the most famous scientific organiza- in '' '
.... J. <2 the credit of the members and to HURT tions in the United States and num- Turner, the 7-year-old won Coleman an old-fashioned crap game.
1' : rounded the whole bunch Nand
up 4
Altnougb' the itself. of the .
Jt was lodge bers among its members some der delivered a soul-stirring messageat
:'il : "'band) concert given men foremost in scientific circles Shingle creek Sunday morning toa trial placed them in custody. to await 'at
.-.1-Concert band Roscoe Roberson the young son of today. goodly audience. The sermon was on Monday. .,
"4. ? .pavilion\ the city FINE BULLS TO BESOLD' Dr. and Mrs. J. Z. Roberson, was painfully Two other men in Florida were alsonotified' intensely interesting all the way, to MRS. FRIPPARRIVES. . ti( a
,. '. att ncled..\ ,I'- but not seriously hurt last Sun- of their election to the organization both old and young. Sunday afternoon ; '
"i'trf:;: 4 .That--the. day-while playing with a rifle. this week. They. were Prof. J. Charlie preached at the Kissimmee Mrs. J. W. Frlpp and her 'thir seqyearold 1 t
;.. j.'f':attested (In the, the cap exploded in some manner and department at the University. of another fine sermon on the same yesterday from Chicago to make their s ).'
}. Which) lUdi%the a piece of-the metal was thrown with Florida and H. E. Stevens, botanist subject by request of. Mr. Hllliard. borne in Kissimmee. )fr.'Fripp, who1is a "
-011: ""tlonofthe") dock ; fine force into his eye. It was feared at atthe Florida experimental station at with the earnestness and dignity of the agent for MrsT'Ellz.betb"J., '
14. :-- y>r A carload Pole 'Angus bulls first that he might.lose the sight of Gainesville. older ministers. Purity is hi* standard Bickerdike's Florid* properties.r bsw ; 4
;. :; '.iT e.wncir!Shev' will-beroffered for sale here at the the eye, but it was afterward found and association with this Uttle been here for the 'last six ';It.W ;.continued :.inUI stock yards' on Saturday by,Cobb ADerbyof that'whf. the injury" was extremely I SHIPPED HORSES0 fellow, In everyday life proves that be Mrs Bickerdike:will arrive soatr'i s f

': ys.p.... crowd,".. York, Ala.;.and cattlemenshould painful. It'Is not' likely- to have' any F. C.: Todd shipped mules to seventeen'beadof.horaeand Slanpsonville, Is a child of God.;.. He U certainly an ..KralvM-,Carroll, who has''
take1 advantage .of.the serious results. Toon Roeeoe is
; -.. ,start:to opportunity'offered a for ehtldra-oflp
:,iiy", 'Mniments .land:: .' to secure some of.this1 popular;little fellow and his injurywas 8. C. Mr. Todd is returning to Blmpsonvine excellent example to .- our,::.'...... .. ...J.. the spending g.eit the Mrs.aO-winter In the;
: at any fine,stock. All of J the ".'__ t iaq the scarce of march regret to !his after having engaged in tb.bores tbMto. ,, r
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r.' w.Ln'iiome r summer squashes. The,next row is Half Nelson .it
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fI'! :A garden of,one-quarter: to one-half Late sweet corn followed by fall po' also to'be devoted to.sweet potatoes. by Representative" .-'Bryan, ." ". " "" ..,.'......" .. , 1.9_ '!9'1'V'!. v '''I9'IJ'r! ": :
1 D' sere is sufficient for an average family tatoes. Pole lima beans The next'two rows are three'feet of Osceola county.'" Rats off Representative, Hine-;: [every character and 'deser ptlon' so :

and should .produce enough vegetable I i To the left of "asparagus and otherpererlnial : apart! and three' feet from the sweet ;' The proposed bill follow..:' baugh, of Illinois, who hu introduced sold, together with the actual. selling '1
e 'II -t be located the potatoes and are to be devoted to early .. '
11f' *: for uie throughout the entire crops, may a bill in, the house of representatives price of the, same.- \
y. year.. This fact is brought out In anew hotbed, cold frame, and seedbed, be- sweet corn, followed by autumn po An Act making unlawful to atchfI.h'in to place a tax of 1 per, cent per an- "Sec" 8; That on ,the thirtyfirstday ,.
d farmer bulletin (No. 647) entitled. ing eight, twelve and sixteen feet tatoes. The next two rows are' three certain fresh water lake of num on the gross business) done by of December,'after the passage of
;' "The Horn Garden in the South" long respectively, and six feet wide. feet from the former and are to be Osceola county .nd.providing a license each mall 'order house in the country this act, and on the thirty-first day''' .I!
,u_ which can be had by applying to the The "asparagus and other perennial devoted to late sweet corn, followedby for flailing in other fresh water said tax to be collected by the federalgovernment of December;, each year thereafter, fl
s United' States' Department of Agri crops" is also located six feet from the autumn potatoes, and the last row lakes and stream In laid county each year and pro rated very firms or corporation engaged -' ;
,eulturet.W.lhlntrton, D, C. outer edge of the garden. The next in the garden, which is four feet from Be It Enacted by the Legislature of among the states in which tin mall In such business shall render .." .
';.One-fourth of an acre alone can be four rows which are fifteen Inches the sweet corn, is to be devoted to pole the State of Florida: order houses have done business. full and complete statement to the
made to supply a family of six. if apart are to be deovted one each to lima beans.Importance. Section 1. That it shall be unlawful While we are not sure of the constitutionality secretary of the treasury, upon blanks' .
close attention li given to the carrots parsnips, beets and salsify. of Kind of Cultivation. for any person or persons to catch of such a measure we to barfurnished by' him. of the total, ".,
s tion and succession of crops rota-j I These are long-season crops and are An important consideration in fish in any fresh water lake or other are certain that the mail order houses cash value ofair goods, wares and
terplanting. Where land is not used in a succession. The next planning, the garden is the kind of stream in O ceola county of this will.leave no ston. unturned to defeat merchandise sold during the year In T.
It II recommended that a sufficientarea two rows are devoted to lettuce, radishes cultivation to be given. Horse cultivation state with any seine less than four the bill If it has an apparent chance the various states of the United ',,..
be set aside to allow part of they I i and onion sets and after these is recommended whenever possible and a half inch mesh stretched, ex- for passage there will be some heavy. States ../.
y garden to be planted to a soil-improv urn harvested the area is to be occu- and where the work is to be cept the pocket and'wings of the weight lobbying up at Washington.There "Sec. 4. That the secretary of the t:
'j ing crop each year. pied by an autumn crop of celery. done mainly by means of horse tools pocket of said seine which shall not is a good deal of simple justice treasury' shall determine the amount a :'
d( The location of permanent crops The next two rows are to be sown the garden should be long and nar- exceed seventy-five feet in length. in Mr. Hinebaugh's bill. The mail of the tax to be paid by each person \
v such as asparagus, rhubarb and small with onion seed for mature bulbs and row with the rows running the long Provided that nothing herein shall order houses pay no taxes to any firm or corporation tat the rate of: ;,
fruits should be carefully considered. this is also to be followed by autumn The garden should have no be construed as allowing the catchingof states save where they have their one per centum upon the total ,cash :-
y}! These should be placed at one celery. pate across the rows, but turning fish in the waters of Lake Tohope- plants. The money that is poured out value of all goods, wares and merchandise f tl.
i side so they will not be in the way The next two rows, which are three spaces should be left at the ends. For i kaliga and Lake East Tohopekaliga of Florida for instance into Chicagoand sold within any state) en- ."."
R t 'j, when the garden is plowed. It is not feet apart, are to be planted with hand cultivation the rows can be much I with any seine at any time during the New York in the mail order business gaged in such mail order business, and
i possible to give a specific scheme of early one row to be planted ten closer together and may run across year. remains there: Not a dollar of shall give notice of the amount of said '
arrangement for a garden that will days ahead of the other, and both rows the garden. In the suggested plan Sec. 2. That it shall be unlawfulfor it comes back to Florida to foot any tax due and payable, pursuant to the ';'i;
suit all requirements but herewith to be followed by an autumn plantingof where the distance between the rows any person or .persons to catch of the expenses of maintaining our terms of this act in such manner as ,Ain
Per is a suggestive plan of a half-acre cabbage. The next two rows, whichare is less than two feet hand cultivationwith any fish in Lake Tohopekaliga or East state government. On the other hand his judgment is most practicable.
garden which the southern grower also three feet apart, are to be wheel hoe is contemplated. If a Tohopekaliga in Osceola county of this the merchants in the various cities and;! "Sec. 6. That every person, firm or '|i
may find helpful.. The order in which planted to a late variety of peas one hand cultivator or wheel hoe is not state at any time in any manner except towns who pay state, county and city corporation subject in said tax under '<.[
the plants should appear with suggestions sown a week or ten days in advance of available, the rows should be at least by ordinary hook and line. license taxes bear an extra burden because the provisions of this act and reporta'
given as to what plants ate the other and as soon as these are I I two feet apart to give sufficient space Sec. 3. That sit shall be unlawful a part of the trade that is legit- ing to the secretary of the treasuryw}
l ; ( best suited as "follow-up" croPlli is harvested t.helround/ is to be prepared for the horse cultivator. Straight lines for any person or persons to catch imately theirs is derived through the shall pay said tax on or before March ., :till\
given herewith. The garden an- for an autumn crop of cabbage. should be followed no matter what or assist in catching fish in any man- channels of the mail order route. 1st of each and every year after this V /
is- ned is rows running the length of the This will give four rows of autumn method of cultivation is usl'd.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. ner except by ordinary hook and line Few persona grasp the magnitudeof act shall become a law. mi
garden cabbage.The in any" fresh water lake or other the mail order business done in "Sec. 6. That the federal courts of ,?
next row is to be devoted- stream of Osceola county in this state this country. At present, it is said the United States shall have power '<
k y, ,?ra Asparagus and Other Perennial early cabbage, followed by an autumn 0 4 : who has not previously paid for and there are more than 1,000 mail order to enforce the collection of said taxes
Crop planting of beans, and one-half of the 4 THURMAN CITY. 4 procured from the county judge of houses doing interstate business, the upon the application of the' secretaryof
; .. Carrots, parsnips beets, salsify. next row l is to be planted to early cabbage I, 4 4 said county a license to fish, the total volume of their combined business the treasury.
,, .,10' Lettuce radishes onion sets for+ bunch followed by autumn beans. The .OOOO O OOOOOO OO amount of which said license shall be exceeding 11,000,000,000 per "Sec 7. That the secretary the .
is,, onions followed by celery as fall crop. other half of that row in to be plantedto Ten Dollars for residents of said county year and while they draw from all treasury shall apportion said tax
Onion seed for dry bulbs followed by cauliflower followed by autumn Mrs. Sullivan is on the sick list. and Fifty Dollars for non-residents parts of the. country they are exempt among the several states in the ratio> ',:
x celery as fall crop. beans. The next row, which is two Sylvester M.eyers has returned from of said county all of said licenses to from taxation outside of their home of the actual amount of goods sold in -v
al Early peas followed by fall cab- and one-half feet from the row of a' visit with friends in Umatilla. be issued for a period of twelvemonths towns and states. each state. A
; L bage. Second planting followed by cabbage, is to be devoted to collardsor Miss Martha Acree is visiting her or less beginning with the The bill, which is numbered House "Sec. 8. That the tax so apportioned "
tall cabbage. kohl-rabi followed by autumn peas sister at Fort Ogden. month of October. Provided that of Representatives 6308 follows: shall be paid by the treasury to the* ""i
Late large varieties first The next three rows are to 1 be devoted Mrs. Ike Bronson was the guest of .
shall be construed various
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planting followed by fall cabbage; to early potatoes and after the her mother, Mrs. Sullivan, Thursday. allowing the catching of fish in the all persons firms or corporations en- thereto; said tax to be used in such .,,
second planting followed by fall cabbage potatoes aro removed autumn peas are S. Acree was visiting friends at and and for such ''
I waters of Lake To-hopekaliga gaged in inte.rstatemail order busi- manner purposes: as the >/
to be in succession, about a 'I the settlement\ Sunday.
planted Lake East Tohopekaliga at any time ness, and for other purposes."Be said states may by law direct." .4
Early cabbage followed by fall week apart. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Acree visited
and in manner except by ordinary
fHL bean. Early cabbage followed by fall Next to the early potatoes comesthree her brother Jim Lanier and family hook and any line. it enacted by the senate and STEWED LETTUCE.! '.,
i' beans cauliflower followed by fall rows of beans. planted in succession i and also called on friends on Michigan violating house of representatives of the United -
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beans. and followed in the autumnby avenue Monday. Sec. 4. Any person or persons States of America in Congress assem- Strip off the outer leaves and cutaway S
i Collards kohl-rabi fololwed by fall two rows of turnips and one row Mrs. Helen Bass and daughter: and the provisions of of this misdemeanorand Act shall bled, that all ergons, firms, or corporations -* the stalks"* Thoroughly wash
peas. Early potatoes followed by fall of spinach. The next row, which is Mrs. Bass' brother and a lady friendof be deemed guilty a in the United States whichare the lettuce and put in salted water. i
# second planting followed by fallpeas four feet' from the beans, is plantedin Kissimmee, were Sunday guests of l punished accordingly. now conducting, or which may It will be tender in .twenty-five min- '-1
peas ; See f. That all laws and of
third planting followed by okra, which is to be followed by Mr. and Mrs. Albert Acree. > parts hereafter conduct, a mail order business utes. Lift out and press the water ,
fcWu.iv; turn ; spinach. The next row, which is three Quite a number of automobiles laws in conflict with the provisions interstate for the purpose of selling from the leaves, chop' them a littlei.
i'(' 10'' ; Beans p. followed by turnips followed feet from the row of okra, is to be passed through here Sunday. herein contn "
',, ; by turnips; followed by spinach.; planted to tomatoes, followed by kale, Miss Tryson is assisting Mrs. Sul- hereby repealed. to the consumer shall pay a tart pepper and salt to taste and a small .
: 'f t"", : Tomatoes followed by kale. mustard etc., for winter use. One- livan with her housework. of ono per centum upon the total cash piece of butter. Now dredge Jn a .'
Tomatoes eggplant peppers followed half of the next row is to be plantedto Mr. Hatcher and youngest son left MOCK MINCE PIE. value of all goods wares and mer- little flour and stir well then -
: by kale, mustard etc. tomatoes and one-half to eggplantsand : Friday for their home in North Caro- chandise sold within any state. small cup of gravy boil IIdff-
1 e' Bush lima beans followed by kale, peppers, followed by mustard, lina. Mrs. Hatcher and the rest of Twelve crackers, rolled fine one "Sec. '2. That every person, .firm til they are tolerably dry then
mustard, etc.Cucumbers. kale, etc., for winter use. the family expect to follow in a short cupful hot water, one-half cupful vinegar or corporation conducting a mail or- over a little lemon juice and shot _
c. a muskmelons, summer The next row to the tomatoes is to time. one cupful molasses, one cup- der business as defined in section one with fried sippets around them44Piles .>,
I ), t quash. Watermelon winter squash. be occupied by bush lima beans followed ful sugar one cupful .currants, one of this act shall keep in proper books
Early sweet potatoes followed by in the autumn by kale mustard Despite an increase in the use of cupful raisins, spice to taste. Meas- to be provided by the secretary of Cured In 6 to 14 Days 1

.cowpeas I and whatever has been plantedin i electricity\ twenty-five factories in the ure with a tehcup. Some use one cup- treasury-of the United States an ac- OINTMENT Year drarrlit fail will to cure refund, money CM. ot U Itching PASO, ;.
y E rIy'.weet. corn followed by fall the preceding row. The next row is United States arc kept busy making ful dried bread crumbs, and a small curate' and complete account of all Rued Bleeding or Protruding any Pile la 6 to 14. ,?
potatoes. ) six feet from the row of bush lima I incandescent gas mantles. cupful butter. This makes four pies. goods, wares and merchandise of I IL The firrt.ppllcntlon slvei It... and RraC SOc. ""

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appointment 'by The strawberry plant In practice '
Governor Trammell to the board of from runners that form It will not be many: weeks before Uon, but he I* exceptionally 'strong'Ua'

managers-.of the: Florida Industrial i 1 ,., plant at the node: Normally, Will Hold Big Meeting" In Florida will again be discussing politic certain sections., Many state' newspapers
v School at Marianna, He will taker the plant sends up flower stems *. There will be state) and county are urging that'; Profesaor F..
> charge of his duties Just as soon 'as the"spring, runners do not begin primaries next spring and th.'ambll A. Hathaway: become a candidate for
'he qualifies with the secretary of state form to any great extent before the Tampa April 13141518Railroads tious one always ret out In the open this office. Hathaway, i* on of tI...
I' succeeding Judge William H. Baker of the fruiting season. However, early: most brilliant educator in Florida,.,
of Jacksonville who recently resigned removing the fruit stems early in Senator N. P. Bryan will seek reelection and jsbile hit strength all over Florida
J q and thus maintaining east Flor-. season, runners will begin to Reduce Rates and and It I i. already announcedthat k',, \ yet. Duval desires:
I' ida' representation in the body. earlier. Some growers remove Make Preparations For Albert. W. GilchrUt will d. lire* to retain him his present

' fruit stems in this way from the Heavy Travel Hotels him. Strong efforts are being main po.ltion-that of superintendent .of d
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Lake importance of the plants that have been set in the various parts of the state to Induce schools of Duval county ,.. : ,
hog industry in Columbia county is rinain order to hasten the begin Making Attractive Congressman Frank Clark to enter the W. A..McRae, for commissioner,of' > '
becoming more :evident each month of runner formation. The re- Rates. race, and if he does an exciting contest agriculture, will seek re-election and P
in the almost weekly shipments from indicate that the practice is a is promised.Perry there is a strongsentiment back'' of'' sr
the buyers and breeders of this county one. G. Wall, prominent and Capt. R. E. Rose state chemist, to. ',
TAMPA, FLA., April ..-The meeting -
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to other parts the state The fruit is borne on stems that of .the Florida State Horticultural popular democrat of Tampa, has an- seek this honor. A contest between
states. During the current out of buds from the crown of nounced his candidacy for United these two would arouse much interest'
season the south end of Columbia It is the Society to be held In Tampa. April States senatorand he Is In ,, district
strawberry plant. opin- not only exceedingly the First congressional ;
county has shipped twenty-five ears of a great growers that 13-14-15 and 16th bids fair to be the popular in south Florida Governor Trammell has announced hix Y'f
and the last week, I. P. Costine assembled ,' buds are forme the season be largest meeting the Society has ever but all over the sUte. Mr. Wall will intention of being a candidate to .ue-t'

which a consignment of Lakeland 141 hogs to, I Ii just as the buds of peaches, ap held.The make an active campaign and he ceed Congressman Sparkmam, ', .*.>
be used were breeders shipped there.to etc., are formed. Experience at railroads have granted a re- deeply impresses people. He is a man IL J. Drane of Lakeland U also a'
as j j jMiami. agricultural experiment station of duced rate of S cents per mile plus of characteristics and possesses candidate.' From people who live la'''

L .-The North Miami Improvement indicates that the number of 25 cents, for the round trip; the hotels those that win votes. that district, the impression prevail,
association recently endorsed stems sent up from any crown are heartily cooperating with His friends say that they believe he that Trammell would win in ,a 'walk'
unanimously the resolution presentedby be influenced by spring treatment them and the Executive Committeeis will win. He will practically sweep with Drane a* opponent.' There U also;
E. C. Romfh, at the aldermanic the strawberry planting. Thus some of the south Florida counties and ''a rumor that; Sparkman 1 wW :remain '
. fertillsed sparing no pains to make the program
session, which authorized the employing strawberries were he has a strong following already In content to remain out of,the race, a*
of City Attorney Rose and Mitch- nitrogen throwing the plants the most Interesting that they'have Jacksonville.For he ha been in congree*:.for.the past
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vigorous runner forma ever..had. W. V. Knott state ,
it ell D. Price to bring suit against the growth governor twenty year.
began earlier, and certainly fewer comptroller, and F. M. Hudson of MI- '
;\ Florida East Coast Railway' company The Florida State Horticultural Society In the Second district no man can'
''i'. to establish of riparian were borne. Wether this was Is the oldest Society in Florida ami, are the announced candidates. defeat Frank Clark but if Clarks
?f submerge lands of of poor pollination or because Some man by the name of Catts has
rights and east and this U their 28th annual meeting.It should enter the senatorial race then
J iF the Bay park, between Third andf blooms. were set, it is not pos has fathered every movement forthe said that he was a candidate for gov Fred Cone and other would likely .enter w
to say.Normally ernor, but very few have accepted the
Seventh streets.
betterment of conditions In the the congressional race.
there is one crown to each declaration as serious.
f't Fort Myers.-Work on equipping However, if the runners are troves of the state and the market* John C. Luning, state treasurer wills In the Third district it Is aaid thatEmmett +
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] with removed a number of crowns will ing of the product. ek re-election. He has made a rec- Wilson i* not much Id love ..
the Fort Myers cemetery a complete .
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!. irrigation system has been com formed on each plant; sometimes a There will be a great many Inter- ord that no one can successfully at- with Washington, D. C., and that B. '
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", number. Growers kR.some sec eating papers read by eminent authorities tack. The press and the people speak H. Lindsay o? Walton will likely be a* ?
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: practice removing th.- runners and that of loudly in praise of Mr. Luning and his candidate. The friend of Tom West (i.
on subjects are
causing the formation of a large work, and his friends insist that he is believe he could sweep the district, but, '
II III IIThe of crowns on one plant. This i vital Interest to fruit growers of Flor now much stronger than whe made it is said he prefer to remain attorney ...1.
I The Irish known as the hill system of culture. ida. These discussions will\ be Intel- his splendid victory three years ago. general a position inwhich, bp/"W< 1"' ''' .

system makes it possible to cul- lectual, Interesting and instructing, Henry Clay Crawford for secretaryof has more than mad coocL' : l ;
the plants both ways, thus re and every word that Is spoken at these state, will hardly) have oppositionhe In the Fourth district Congressman. :f
Irish potato requires a com- the expense of hoeing. In Mis meetings is reduced to writing anda never does. He is popular'in all Sean will be opposed by St. Elmo f-1,)
plete fertilizer on most Florida soils, however the plants are grown printed book containing all the articles sections of Florida and he has beenon Acosta, and Chic will carry aome' t,
says A. P. Spencer of the Florida sta what is'known as the matted rew and addresses will be given! to deck many years and to the satisfaction votes, too. An effort will be made to I'f".

tion. In the flat woods section growers : ; that is, the runners are per- every member, and the book will bea of the people.W. induce Dr. J. N. Fogarty of K.Jerkins ,
get good results from a formula to form new plants until a row I valuable treatise citrus culture N. Sheath superintendent of to make the race--also J. W. ,
analyzing approximately 4 per cent to twenty inches wide is upon public instruction may have opposi- of DeLand.

, ammonia, 7 per cent phosphoric acid with the plants covering the and other horticultural subjects. dU . _
and 8 per cent potash. The material row. The question of fertiliz- There Is nothing exclusive\ about ,

necessary for a ton may be made by ; strawberries is receiving consider this Society. Every grower can belong FLORIDA 'VEGETABLES IN N. Y- $3 to $6 and only the fanciest 'stock; t'
.., <1 using 1,055 pounds cottonseed meal, attention at the present time. to It, and is urged to become a the top price. : ,
655 pounds 16 per cent acid phosphate, ; results of several years of care- member at this meeting. The dues New York.-Receipts of Florida White squash sold at $2 to ,SUO
290 pound sulphate of potash, or 800 study and extensive experiments are., but one dollar, and there is no per crate. e 5*'
pounds of blood and bone, ninety the Missouri station are herewith formal application necessary. AU that vegetables continue to run light, with Pea usually sold from $3 to $&$0,

" . /' pounds 16 per cent acid phosphate, : you have to do is to attend the meet signs of better quality to come. To- although a few extra fancy brought,a" s
" of potash. This phosphate used alone at the matoes arriving dollar , a
particularly more.
300 pounds sulphate ; are poor, -
of from 160 to 440 pounds to the ing, and signify your willingness to k
mixture is suitable for hammock lands in spotted and unripened condi- The quality of Florida cabbage is
I has, in five trials out ofsix, given become a member. 1 '
but for high pine lands where the better than that of any other southern S
humus is deficient, the ammonia I increase in the crop. The Tampa Is preparing a splendid entertainment tion. Receivers find it necessary to egetable which ha arrived' in the

should be increased o 5 or 6 per cent. soil in which it was not profitably for this large gathering. Mr. hold the stock until it ripens and sustain New York market this season.. The;
Where the soil has a large supplyof was a much richer one then Collins Olllett-, the Buckeye Nurseries some loss, due to the fact that demand 1* good and price ranged this Y., 'v
.. humus and is in good condition, generally used for strawberries. Mr. Edgar A Wright of the Florida the tomatoes soften and cannot be week from.$1.75.to'60 per basket.-; 1'Lettuce'
1,500 to 2,000 pounds to the acre may six trials out of: seven, acid phos Grower, Mr. L. B. Skinner of.the disposed of at any kind of a price. I running about'the:same" '
but used in combination with either Those that sold bringing $2.50 r as it has for'severaTweeksrwith: the '
be .economically applied on newer Skinner Manufacturing Company, Mr. are are y
land, where the depth of the moil is nitrate or dried blood has In- to $3 with a few fancy reaching $3.50. quality poor to fair and prices ranging v
L.
D. Florida
Jones of the Citrus Exchange
legs than eight inches from 1,000 the yield over that obtained There is a brisk demand for tomatoesand from $1.60 to $&25, with,, extra,I
I
_ to 1,200 pounds will be about the max either of these latter substances! Mr. Walter Preston of the good stock is wanted badly. Hard fancy bringing $2.50. '
. imum amount that ably used alone. In the one case Manatee Fruit Company, Mr. Ouy ripened tomatoes, if obtainable wouldbring Celerybrought $2.25 to $2.75., for 3
, used. The most successful profi it did not increase the yield Nlckerson, a prominent fruit grower excellent prices. ten-inch crate and, $2.50 and $3. for.
. growers in Florida have made it a fertilizer was applied in the spring of Winter Haven, and Mr. B. L. Ham- Peppers were scarce and sold from twele-lnch crates -, .. *

regular practice to turn under large the nitrogen caused an exceeding- ner, Secretary of the Board of Trade, I $2.50 to $3.60, with eggplant, large The reported freeze in central Florida r,
... quantities of crab grass beggarweedand rank plant and weed growth so that are the members of the entertainment sixes, bringing $3 to $3.50 and smaller caused prices on good stock to ,
other vegetable growth. This sup- could be told as to the effect of committee. These gentlemen are sizes $1.60 to $2.50 advance. later in the weekv. .-The. 1. aft
lies the soil with humus and improves phosphorus. Both wax and string bean sold at Packer.
in ..
phosphate used in any practi-I sparing no pains selecting and. arranging -
l physical condition and so insures a has injurious effect delightful for tbe .
Stable is not quantities no a program ., "
heavier yield. manure \ I
Ltc when it is spread .
.
plants even entertainment of the Society and the '
; generally in used Florida as a fertilizer but when: for applied Irish the foUai'8.-Kansa. City Journal. Visiting friend.. 1 IT? (, vr1 /.*t' ,
potatoes
lo. at the rate of flue to ten tons per WILL Many of the hotel are giving very Fainfe !:ii." ?" 14

Acre, gives,, good results. When the 'IMPRO VEPACK ING attractive rates, making all preparations ree ,
seed bed is prepared the land shouldbe for the comfort and convenienceof
ridged fifteen to eighteen inches Gorda.-Truckers hae exper- all visitors and every Indication |r"w* .
high, or sufficiently to give drainageto a very difficult season so far
potnte to an exceptionally good time ,
the beds. On high hammock or the cultivation of spring vege- for those who attend and there will Paint half your job Devoe ; paint: the:
high pine land the cultivation may be but they have stuck to it, and .
almost flat although most growers the present time beans and peppers be much pleasure as well as knowl- other half whatever like. iw ,,"'
prefer to plant the seed potatoes on a moving fairly well. Tomatoes and edge gained during the discussion of you '

low ridge about eight inches high. l are not making as rapid the meetings. >
The rows may be set three feet apart.. rowth as desired, and these crops There will be a moving picture of If Devoe doesn't take less gallons and ; ;
and one seed dropped every fifteenor be considerably later than last the extermination of citrus canker. :
eighteen inches, and covered fourto It is understood that what the The Instruction of these pictures alone 'f:
six inches deep. The greatest acre- need here is a uniform grade will warrant every grower In attend cost less money, no pay. The cost of put '
of Irish potatoes in Florida is pack for all vegetables, and the
age
winter planted. From Tampa south- is being agitated and will no ing. ting it on is about two-thirds of the job. 4
result in properly quipped .
ward, planting is done between December a WEBSTER, FLA., CROPS.
15 packing house with a man
15 to January to February '
.... 20; and in sections north and west of the head who thoroughly under Webster.-About the same acreage If Devoe doesn't wear a year or two
Gainesville from February 1 to March packing and shippnig of vege- as last year has been planted in beans

10.The and cm-umbers. The heavy rains havect or three or four longer .
years years years ,
most successful growers select AND POULTRY the bean crop in half and practically r
their best potatoes for seed, and cut ruined the cucumber crop. Aboutall
them to well matured eyes in each :'I IN JACKSON COUNTY that is left is the last few weeks' distinctly longer and better-we'll give you c 1

piece. When the tubenn are large, Fla4-Farmers are ship planting and a few acres under cover. ,
and to be planted in three and one- from seventy-five to 100 cases fhis particular district wilt diversifynext enough to do it again. \
half foot rows about twelve bushels eggs by express weekly. As .each Reason! and plant a large acreagein \ ,
per acre is required for seeding. these cases carries thirty dozen I Irish potatoes and strawberries and
Where the seed potatoes are of mod- 360 eggs, it means from 900 to 1- will be ,in the market for thousandsof But we warn you how it will all turnout. The best half :

erate size good, ten seeding.bushels per When acre the is seedis considered addition dozen or to 27,000 the large to 40,000 number eggs.of have northern a large frown enough plants acreage, and to will at- of your job will cost you so much less than the other half/and ,

to be cut it is best to have it done thousands of.: pounds of live poul- tract northern f o. b. byers of ber- wear so much better too that you'll never divide it again." ,
a few days before planting. Mix a are going to market every month. ries and potties.STRAWBERRIES. IYou

). little lime through the pile. The lime farmers in Jackson county can IN NEW YORK. won't free -
paint you'll
get
and other feed and your get'
has a preserving effect on the cut sur grain crops! ;
New York.-Strawberries
much attention to'the poul- are arriv-
faces. If the weather is unusually giving
dry frequent cultivation is given to { and? egg business.!industry as they find it is and ing on practically an average all of of them one car are per packedin day what is better. You'll know Devoe; You'll
conserve the moisture. When the rainfall -

have is a plentiful tendency, especially to become on soils compact that I Sluggish Liver Needs Attention. running open crates.better, and The with quality fruit has a little been know strong paint, you'll know weak .paint;,
better and demand fair. At the be-
.you ' lver get torpid and you ginning of the week, the market was and the question is settled. '
in for a spell of misery. Every- quite active, but it took a slump with ;
CALOMEL IS gets an attack now and th- !. signs of reaction Thrsday and Friday. *
ands of people keep their Livers Prices ranged from 30c to 40c, aver- W. B. Mal naon Company, Kuaimmea r

and healthy by using Dr. aging around 36c per quart. '
'.. Pills. Fine fpr the $ ,

ACTS ON Neplfe Stop the Dizziness, SOUR ACID STOMACHS, .YT, r
, . and Indiges- GASES OR INDIGESTION i V

' ....- Clear the blood. Only 26c at SUB-SOILING GROVES :
1, Druggist. Each Tape' Diapepsin" Digests 3000 .j

.::. "Dodsoi'j Uver Tom" Starts Your Llrer BERRY PRICES grain.misery food,in ending five minutes.all stomach xw .

ARE HIGHER
t* Better nil Calomel and DoesitSalhata I
; Time itl! In five minutes all stomach t-,.
"' Florida strawberries distress will go. No indigestion, WITH DYNAMITIC ..rt.... <.. _n. ....1..*. .......* ...4 alvM fa*
!Wse or Mike Yoa Slot advanced to a higher level on this heartburn sourness or belching of t- era U,.. It __.._ tae raw ., Ft _.. DIe-._. sad a.... ,.t: 4

other with Ohio the valley higher markets pricey asked in sym-at gas, acid or eructations of nndlg..ie<] rmtt ...*..- ....... a>y lack ., air ad. .....C..** <%' i; .- .

Listen to mel I Take no more sickening points. Receipts were fairly rood, no dizziness, bloating, foul Omr ....;..f _.._ 7m .....Khil aev_"t.. wlth'aJl a/nstajeu. I max. .L ,yla
t salivating calomel when bilious orconstipated. breath or headache.Pape's .... .._,.. iwe
and the demand a little slow t.. ea of .t. Ia farmlag ad ellru frets aaw/aa. ;,, -
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.PAGE4.. \ THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY" GAZETTE FRIDAY APRIL 2,"lyflB- ty_

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Gazette memorable 'We can do it The hospitality of Kissimmee hat more than once ,

The Kissimmee Valley won for itself a Dame which it praised throughout the ttate. State Press Comment z

l PUBLISHED BVERT FRTDAT. OFFICE IN ALLEY OAZBTTB BUILDING. Even, if we look at the matter in a selfish light we can find much to urgeus I ( I Noblesse Obligez

lj KIS.1KaQ JII, OBCBCHLA COUJTTT. FLORIDA to plan great thing for this meeting. Think of the advertisement the city

I will get from the many editor, alf of whom will have something say' aboutus By Dr. i. \. Pester
'i, W.. B, HARRIS and E. C. VANS AGNEW OWNERS and our city when they return home I Incalculable' good it sure to result.Let' lett.Why does.Stonewall Jackson Trip- '
editor of the St. Cloud Tribune;
,
s E. E. NAUGLE, Editor and Manager.0TTBOCIUPTION make up our mind right'now and begin working to the end that the sign his name in bold letters Personal 1 liberty versus personal responsibility 1f f;

-- -- - editors will have naught but good thing to article he writes for his paper ,
RATES: ODe one 7.ar_____._______________________.1JM> say. Is it for ornamentation own Recent news dispatches tell that an .l',
'. 0.. copy. stx months.- __._ copy lea ODe copy, three month.___.____ .ro The success of the committee which went to Miami to obtain the conven- o rthe markof officer in the United States nary has
----, -- '- --_-_'------ tion is worthy of praise. Every member of the committee worked hard to a genius.Wauchula Advocate. resigned his position rather than submit
. communications except from our authorised correspondents. must b.sMgn.e Springs to the required vaccination against a
h All writer.R accomplish the very end that they did accomplish and the city owes to them The Tarpon Leader says lie the "
typhoidever. regarded requirement
y. 4r, .j. r.h matter will_.not_ b. returned unless called (or. all the thanks it can bestow. that shipping oranges in bulk i is a new as an infringement on Ms-
s ------ ---------- -- -- plan and thinks since
+ fk (>Entered at tb. PostoBlee In Kissimmee. Florida a. second-class. matter.) Their work prove that Kissimme can get many other good things if Ks this way at a lower that rate, it they should go personal rights. '
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--F FRIDAY,-A-PRFLT I -Z.- --1915 will only get up and get a few of them. We should become easily enoughthe ha a good way of shipping not only other That's side.his The side of it.department There's an-insists

MdI convention city of this section of the state. We need only to ask other oranges, but many of the vegetables that every war man in the United-

a associations to meet here and then make a fight (for recognition. which could be packed at destination would States army shall be thus protected
if
desired and the packages
:: To Bring More Tourists That's the kind of spirit we want. That's the kind of spirit we need. then be fresh and present a better against the diseaser The result has
II Let's make up our minds that Kissimmee is the best city of its size in the appearance.-Fort Myers Press.A I been that in 1913 only a few mild

d 'y From all fides complimentary remarks have been made during the past Male and go out after any and everything that will help us to grow and prosper. state-wide "get--6--together" move- I cases single occurred death from in the the army disease.and not The a

1 week" in regard to the editorial in the Valley Gazette's last issue advocating ment seems to be taking hold of the experience:: of the department in the
H. jress/ Let it continue to grow and past has been that typhoid fever is
tome plan to get more tourists to come here during the winter season. For all 'xpand-Florida Chief; Winter Haven. one of the worst enemies that an

r of this we feel I a modest pride but that we are willing to share with each and Making Our Own Fruit ProductsWhy The cotton market--+--gets stronger all and army this encounters was proved in active notably warfare in the

.r;, every man woman and child in Kissimmee if we can accomplish our purpose. should Kissimmee people buy marmalades and other fruit the time despite the war, and despite Spanish-American war in 1898. The
preserves the fact that the biggest crop in his- United States navy has adopted the
I r ,} s We are going to ask that our readers help in this campaign. We believe products manufactured and shipped from some foreign land from some other tory has been raised. Cotton futuresare same treatment making it compul-

\" it that there are some of the best people in Flonda right here in Osceola county. slate or for that matter from some other section of Florida; Of course the getting up close to the ten cent sory.It.
\ minds here other section. last-named proposition is not so bad, but even that could be done away with priors, and the south is perking up.- would be unfair to require acceptance -
We believe that there are just as bright as in any Florida Metropolis. of the treatment by the private -
that what others have done do. For all these reasons and il we only knew our own resources. 1* 4- -+_ and to except the commissioned ,
; S We believe we can
We can produce here every kind of Florida fruit product that is produced St. Augustine is the latest Florida officer in either service. Every good
h .' l others just as good we believe that once we make up our minds to get our anywhere. We do it already in individual cases but as a commercial proposition city to get in line for the adoption of soldier recognizes the fact that rank
the commission form of
city
:. dues with other cities will them. it has been govern confers no right to exemption from
f: q just along we get neglected. ment. The new charter which, be- discipline.If .
; But we must quit talking about what we are going to do and begin tort In order to ascertain just what is produced here and how each and every I sides the commissioners provides fora I this particular requirement involved -

i product is made, the first of a series of monthly "Fair Days" is to be held on I city manager was discussed and I personal inconvenience or even
is: vAlltR I DO something. the first Monday in May which falls on the third day of the month. This adopted chamber at of a recent meteing of the slight suffering, the principle would
Now here is chance! commerce and a motionwas
remain the On the it
your same. contrary
Jf proposition was broached at the last meeting of the board of trade and met carried that the county delegation is practically without inconvenience
J kt We want you to write your suggestions of how we can go about getting with instant approval.The to the legislature be asked to and it brings an immunity against a
.
t more winter visitors. first event of this character will be held largely as an exhibition of secure its early passage. The com- disease that has been and without it,

} '. Sit right down and draft out your pla'i. You don't have lo be a Henry ,the fruit preserves and marmalades made by the good; housewives df Osceola mission/ so far form superior of government to the aldermanic!is proving of is. solution one of the that problems men most everywhere difficult

r' : ." Watterson or an Arthur Brisbane to nay what you think is best (for KI'slmmee.j county. Later It is the intention to: make these fair days similar to those held in form, that ere long all the cities of have to meet. It army is a treatment thatis
Canada and Ireland days when the ranchers and farmers come to town with Florida will be governed under this finding wide adoption in civil life
j Just tell it in your own words. You can't come in too large numbers to all the products of the ranch and farm for sale or trade ; days when people plan.-Orlando Reporter-Star. where it IH accepted voluntarily because -

please us. We'll print anything that will help Kissimmee to grow more popular will gather here from all sections of the county ayl adjoining counties to dispose I It seems to- !lw:: the consensus of of its proved efficiency.Wlven .
then, an officer of either
and more of their stock their farm products, their canned goods their opinion, among the editors of the state
d prosperous. I dairy prod that the annual brunch of the service; who has received -
You have some ideas along this line. You were telling your neighbor a ucts and whatnot ; days when they meet their friends from distant parts of of the twenty-sixth Florida State Tress convention association - free of cost to himself a splendid

r the county, exchange ideas and clones. which came to clone] in Miami education to fit himself for special
few days ago what you thought Kissimmee ought to do. Ilere's your chance I swap a 1- duties who has a position assured for
These days cannot but result in good for the people of the and Saturday was the most successfuland
to tell all your neighbors that same thing. Don't put it off until next week, the of the county enthusiastic meeting, ever h"ld in life or during !good behavior and iJr..ti.d !:
people city as well. \ on ample pension at an ag
or even tomorrow. Sit right down now and with pen or pencil jot down It is not our intention to devote this editorial to the general features of the editors t the history had many of the kind organization words" )to sain The when men in civil life are still lighting

something you think we should do. You haven't tune ? Yes you have. The proposition as a whole ihere will be more of that later. It will develop itself appreciation of the, rouiteou hospitality I rene for I their I this, daily treatment bread' for refuses the reason to re-

rt t Writer is taking time to typwnte this at near the midnight hour. He could as tim" goes on. extended j to Ih"11by\ the ritieqof' that he considers. ItIn invasion' of

Jat just as well use an editorial that was prepared by some syudicale. It would I II is the plan, however, to hold these fair days on the same dale as that Star.(he :Magic 1 (City Oiliuido Reporter) I t "1..1. l liberty and when hi- regards!
the welfare and of Ills fellow
discipline -
which the I
that A.
pOll county commissioners meet when of
as is a time most --
fill just as much space, but it wouldn't t be (for Kissimmee's best interest. Wedon't | l soldiers. of less importance than
the residents: of the county wish to visit Knsimmee. ,
!
hl> rent or fancied personal liberty
r ask you to stay up all night lo write your ideas on this plan but you This first will deal
event principally with preserves, elc. Pares have Said there i.s strong suspicion! that the service -
even ought to be glad to do that, if it would result in good for the city you !been offered by (the merchants and the floater Land company Jpr various iv well rid of a man unfitted, to t

: call home.If products.It, be a good soldier.In .
Q About KissimmeeKissimmee I a wider sense and beyond the
you are a busy man and have a stenographer call her in and dictate. behooves the good housewives to take stock of their ability to produce limits of military or naval .service responsibility -
r, food things to tickle the i il by position by
palate. and there
Just study now even if is no imposed
a few words to set forth ideas. If you haven't a stenographer grab a \
your .
z
education by superior opportunity.The
prize offered for the particular thing in which you think you excel bring it in will entertain the State
pen or pencil NOW and tear off any kind of a piece of paper and kl your for this exhibit. Full Press association next year. The year grand principle noblesse oblige
particulars are given m another column, but the plan -
idea
the of personal responsibility conferred -
after that the boys will be to
thoughts escape through your fingers. brieflly is to have two samples of each product brought in for exhibition one connto Tumpa again.-Tampa eager Trib by personal advantage, are opposed -

Who knows, you may have a plan that will beat anything that has yet to he sampled by the judges the other to remain in a permanent exhibit, whereit une. to personal selfishness and disregard -

been thought of to make Kissimmee a real tourist town. No one man has a may be viewed by visitors and others. Kissimmee, I is to-fi hav- another bank. No man of others.can live unto himself] and

i corner on all the intelligence in the world or even in Kissimmee. You may The prize winners will be expected to furnish the recipes for their prod The establishment of additional banksin escape the consequences, and they are
ucts. These recipes will be used or kept for future use in producing the article a community is a sure sign' of as sure as death and taxes.In .
__ __ be peculiarly fitted to tell us what we ought to do. a. a commercial product in a small preserving business to be launched from growth. It has been apparent for along the matter of health and sanitation -
Your is NOW. while] that Kissimmee, was making there is a responsibility resting
opportunity
the kitchen of the Kissimmee
Country club as nucleus of larger
a a rapid headway.Tarpon Springs upon the intelligent people of Florida,
BE A KISSIMMEE PATRIOT AND HELP US MAKE pLANS TO and greater preserving company to be formed later. For these products H. A. Leader. which is neglected mainly because
Hunter of the -- '-- those whom it rests do not real-
Hunter
r' BRING HER BEFORE THE WORLD. Land company has given the name of "Goldmohr upon
The Reporter-Star wishes to extent ize it. With the unmatched conditions
which has been
already with the
registered United States
government as a
heartiest congratulations to Kissimmee that conserve health and lower sick
"" trademark.It upon securing the next meeting and death rates Florida is not prom-
y/ Kissimmee First Again is the intention to mak them a standard brand--the brand by which of the Florida Press association.-Orlando inent in these respects. Nature has.

i all other Florida products will be graded. High class goods will be the motto., Reporter-Star.t'' done everything she could. Man
s- through his neglect ignorance is
or
Kitummee i i. the* first city in the state of Florida to announce plans for a To show to the world what Kissimmee and Osceola. county can do just ******< O*tO.OO O. O 9 depriving the state of many of its>

i i .' Fourth of July celebration! put your wits together and bring in something for this first exhibition of( 0 4 natural advantages. J

JL The natal' day' of the nation i i. over three months in the future but KissimjffV Osceola county products. You may win a prize and you may help to put this a 4 FREAK LEGISLATION. <4 How

1 :::V"' niee hat led the van with the first steps toward one big grand celebration that section on the map a< the home of' the highest. grade Florida products OOOOOOO.o..OOO..OO..O.. e.. precautions By refusing that or ward neglecting off preventable to adopt

'j; '. i;!.;-4v\ will draw the crowd from every direction. The first action was taken by the manufactured: Every year sees the introduction ol diseases by permitting insanitary surroundings -
'A ":. -' board of trade at its meeting last week when the proposition was unanimously. freak bills into the legislatures of one by neglecting to screen
,. : or more states, but the spring of 1916 dwellings earth closets and foods by-
adopted. Praise For Senator seems to have capped the climax. refusing vaccination against smallpoxand
r r j An old-fashioned' barbecue!II BryanHere The freak legislators have run mad. fever in short by failingto
# fatted have been offered the board of follow the simple instructions of
Already three or four steers to Hardly a state has escaped. It is the
trade for this event and others will be needed to feed the multitudes who are where his early boyhood was spent where he has many relatives fashion of the press to poke fun at medical science that have thousand been demon-
in
.:*; cxpected to come for the day's festivities. personal and political friends, anything good said about our junior United Kansas, which may be depended uponto million strated instances.as effective a or a

is be able States senator, Nathan P. Bryan finds a ready in the hearts of I rome to the front with something If Florida shall reach the
It i is an indication that Kissimmee doing things to to begin a response I foolish in the way of legislation. And ever acme
matter of this kind so far in advance but it takes time to make big things alucce. the people. although the Sunflower state has lived of its possible perfection, it will be

... And this is going to be a big thing. It only needs you and every Senator Bryan will be a candidate for re-election and although there are I up to her glowing reputation in the i I because the---leaders A lead-- the- -way.

other good citizen to lend his support to make it just as big as possible. likely to be several others in the race Osceola county will be counted in the present session her companions in .:-x-: .-x--
I. when Kissimmee noted for her barbecue Bryan column by every one of them. That Senator Bryan stands high in II the sorority of states have not fallen 1'-, 00H -
There time was
was a years ago. fur behind. Most of the new laws have I > (1 LES FOR OUR 00-
r *. Let's make this one on the fifth or third of July winches is selected. the councils of the senate at Washington was attested during the past week been introduced for the!' purpose of I.6 CORK KS; PON: DENTS: >
article printed in the Times-Union of Jacksonville. prohibiting something or other. Here' O'rr.
because the Fourth of July proper falls on Sunday the greatest ever held not in an I .
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United States Senator Charles F. Johnson of Maine, visitor are a few, culled from one day' exchanges :-:-}?k0-0 44069: 9 'n 4sr?:v0
only in Kissimmee but in any other city in the state. was a in

We can do itl! ,''acksonville. The senator spoke about the general political situation as follows : To prohibit: the catching of frogs. Here are ten rules for country cor
x "You people in the south are more critical in statements concerning ihnesota. respondents. They were prepared by
; d You know we can. But no two or three persons should have all the workto your -
(he administration and far more dissatisfied than we of the north" he said, To prohibit the use of face powder an experienced newspaper man. Cut
do. Let's make this an everyman's job. No matter who you are, no them out and! keep them. Then try to
matter what your station in life your vital interests are the vita! interests ofI "but that is probably because.you feel the results of the war in Europe more piercing, rouge of, ears hair and dye the or bleach wearing the of make your next letter to the Valley
I than do, because less loyal democrats than We have Gazette conform with all of the rules.
we
} Kissimmee ; your home is here; your property is here ; your friends are here; you are no we. earrings.-Kansas.
j l teen kept busy making shoes and clothing and ammunition and arms becauseof To compel chickens to to roost 1. I>o not abbreviate. Do not
and Don't
it is your 'own; so jump right in help. wait to be asked to do go write Mr. & Mrs., but Mr. and Mrs.;
something, come right up to the next meeting of the board of trade and say: the foreign war while you have suffered because of your cotton lumber, before 7 a. m. To provide that bulls not Mon.. or Sat. but Monday or Sat-
driven along the road at night shall
j "Here I am. I want to help make this Fourth of July barbecue and cele- naval stores and phosphate shipments being cut off; therefore we look on the wear lights.-Colorado. urday.

bration a big success. Give me something to do." war as having been of financial benefit to the country much as we deplore the Providing that all weeds and plants corrections 2. Leave space additions.between items for

ro4 \. Don't stop there. If you have any suggestions to make, gd right ahead carnage abroad. which cause ha fever be removed from 3. Give both or initials. Write C. II.

4 end make them. If they meet with the approval of the majority all well and "You know the party in power always gets the blame for everything that the annual roadsides.tax of $5 Bachelors head. to Prohibiting pa an- Brown instead of Mr. Brown or Mr. J

4< ',. goo d. That will be a feather in your cap. If they don't for the sake of toes wrong in any section of the country and the democrats will be. of course the wearing of per whiskers by doc- C. Brown.

s; 1m' t all that is good, don't get in the sulks but try some other plan or work along blamed for this business depression for which they have no right to be charged. tors and dentists.-Massachusetts. 4.not Write dismiss important the death subjects of fully.Do well.

&, ' some other fellow's plan. *- However there will be such benefits resulting when conditions adjust themselves Compelling the National Guard to known pioneer in half a dozen a words
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that all will be forgotten and the democrats being then in will do ninety days' work each year on but writ something of interest
;M It' united effort we need. It's less of the faultfinding tendency less of power the roads and bridges of the state. concerning ..
that inclination to scoff at what doesn't exactly suit your own) fancy. Just try be praised more volubly then than they are anathematized now. Requiring dealers in stock foods to all the him. If suicide or murder
give detail
{ (for. while to find the good points in everything that is advanced for the "The country democrats and republicans" he declared "will not consentto pay an annual license of $26 a year. 5. Have verbs agree you can with get.subjects.

u betterment of our community. Let's smile and quit frowning. Try this plan swapping horses amid stream if the war is still going on ; and, if it is over Prohibitinfree! lunches.-Nebraska. Don't say Mr. and Mrs. B. was, but

for a while and see if you don't feel better. and prosperity general they will be looking at Mr. Wilson as the man who their Compelling firearms churchgoers outside.-Texas.to leave Mr. and Mrs. B. were. Mr. and Mrs.
s has contributed largely to good result in this country. Therefore," he declares B. may be one scripturally, but theyare
But whatever you do put your shoulder to the wheel in some way and Prohibitinf; treating. Prohibiting two gramatically.
"it looks like four at least of President Wilson and the democrats tips to barbers, waiters
; help put Kissimmee in the forefront as a place where things are done with more years 6. Don't use nicknames. Use
,1 a vim with a push that will cause all other cities to look to us at a leader. in power." porters bachelors hat snatchers etc.of Taxing James Brown instead of Jim Browt.,
We're first in the field with this plan for a Fourth of July celebration and The Maine senator is a close friend of one of Florida's senators N. P. annum.of thirty Licensing years cats age$1, $50 per Edward instead of Ed. ..
7. Give the
h .; i let' keep our lead all the way through. Bryan with whom he entered the senate and with whom he dwelt in the same per head per annum.-Illinois. Brown was in time Lansing in an, the item.house Mr.

+ hotel for a long time during the first years of their service there. He has beena To furnish lumberjacks with individual burned down, are incomplete. Tell
visitor to Senator Bryan's home since arriving in this city and had many 'bathtubs.-Minnesota. when things happened.

Kissimmee Gets Press Meeting handsome things to say yesterday concerning the junior senator from this state. sleigh Establishing runners.-North a uniform Dakota.thickness of divide 8. Divide such words words correctly. Don't

". i ,!> In his suite at the Mason hotel yesterday he declared that Senator Bryanis Prohibiting a man from becoming a 9. Don't send as articles enough'reflecting e-nough .

& Kissimmee will entertain the 1916 convention of the State Press association. regarded in Washington. one of the very strong men in public service andis "ball dodger" i. e., allowing personsto upon the character of individuals or

esteemed especially for his committee work.'where. through his intimate hire.-New throw baseballs York. at one's head for ?rtnvu The i newspaper is not looking ..;;

l 'Thi new was flashed out over the telegraph wire in the closing hours knowledge of law of the needs of sections, and his sound discernment and Limiting each resident of the state to right your suits personal; neither does it care '"?,

F' ( ,,of the convention held at Miami last week. All over Florida the press has reasoning he has become one of the men who are looked to for advice and I to one gallon of "corn ticker" a month. 10. Write your name wrongs.and town at .:v';

r : approved the action of the convention and even though the next meeting is a whose advice is taken when given.: -South Carolina. top oflage. Last but most important .
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4a x year in the future there are indications that Kissimmee will entertain an even "Senator Bryan it too modest." he said. "He seldom has permitted any- Prohibiting by school the normal smoking and of university cigarettes - rule the newspaper It must is most know essential from that .......,>ii

\ *t ,A larger crowd than did Miami. thing concerning his work to be sent out and is content with the knowledgethat instructors.Wisconsin. the news is received and from whom .xplace. .

'w jl'! .:)iK'The: coming of"thi convention mean much to the city. There it noX he is doing his duty and doing it well. He' should let his own people Prohibiting the publication of liquor what .

jivelier'or: more .congenial. Ht of fellows in Florida than these same pencil- know more about what he has accomplished on some of the great measures advertisement in the newspapers destruction of Important suggestion though not a' l:"H'!'
the state and calling for the rule: Carefully look over rafter
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i : 'been s 'u .truthfully .0. that a. a class th4 that have been put through.He in your ne
'\. puahir'It''has newspaper! of all such advertisement paper It le Published and note whatchan At
f.'t- d toty pl <"sohifl t "iabt. d\Jbro".8b.! {anlt high among the mod of their said] that Senator Bryan il looked: on a* a man who when he tales hold printed outside.of the' state before 1 had to be made '. '. ...,.

', ,. profession t tVD.s.r tltl .., Vf 'should be proud to have them'with us.t' of a matter will never let it''go until be ci i* thoroughly convinced either that ,such papers are aold_Alabama, While the ten rules given above are 1 '
''. {If't ,f 1'' & ',' planning to entertain them MiamThatat it.should: be1'dropped, or that 'DQ Other)snan'tovld'' ) possibly ea ifFerit to a suecessful ..... Important relating to written news., ,
,,1 ,.: ;'* ,Jt JI .no. Jr / to-b: gin .. ; Branches of' the.NationalWoman's yet ien! crone rule supersede .them .
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;, xi>' ...t-.waL ....t,.''p th 1mtllD'of.P feu a4iwciation" la< enD"D 1hi.iTtebaf;_ r" < II 4lt"ud.:be. said..IkJia' .?the'swceuei" ...of.. ..the.' "junior' ....-senator. from** thu? Peae*,party are.. {now:", maintained'' In lO-telephone, ready lmportanttASwa; ,I. ,
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.. DRESS.: .---.. :. Make a rich sauce of tomatoes,frehor '
L:: l. Business Methods in nouseli9Jd1; + '+ For the Children 'In the separate thing for the neck cannedisea oning with batter, roH-.

,, ; .......... .. . . .. ....... .. there ti an unending array/1, The wide ed in 1101&.,- have Juioa1-

;. ..' .....A...Bf Tf............v. ,w. .W. .................... .......T. W. -. .........w....... .wv...... 611II 9.. a. 66.11II66. . 66.. .9,.......... 4_ .9........... .. . .... .... 4.9 Rose petal. are found'on millinery ruchlng with one or two velvet bands sweet salt green, pepper utgt'pe-yen seeded and. minced.tL Ie. sand 1
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1'lVi7;, e Prfnoeee Mary,' Daughter which- can be) bought by the yard, UTerr Cook: fifteen .train
,, 1.Coatlnual' from the minutes- ,"ftbbllla" ,' q
complaints come I ;
There in and tl
are no radical changes corset ef King Qeerge ef JSnsjIaitoV popular collars and cuffs are through colander "
and cool.-
'' ,ijrthe
classes find ,
that '
women of,. all they MOIRE line*. mad. up in very similar ruffled effects.
MODISH' COAT.A
halibut in
oil and lemon juice for
It more and more difficult to keep' C e e There are 'alto the stiff wing pointsto
of the persistent increases . Gold or jet is favorite material an hour,. plaoe upon the crating ofoverIttcorraannd'bae.twdnmin.
house on account I I I I I I J I r I a contrast to the long, drooping jabots -

in the cost of food. This i. Fabric Which ls Re urrently for hatpins.. some of embroidered batiste and .,,
and to meet the new e e laps and of ,
? undoubtedly true; learn Paahlonable Shown In New Qulee.TANCIFUL Cloaks and wraps are all martial some ecru net with flowers ates to the pound if the oven be godd t
condition housewives must,, new embroidered in colors. -; flsh
SifUJtermeean ,cheese
.... in character.e "MiUln. "'is over the
housekeeping methods. Complete revision .J e e the latest word applied ..nclCooIt five minutes longer.. Sere w
, of household allowances has be- Princess polonaises are promised + to shoes so very fanciful have upon hot. dish,".pouring the lanes +
increasein become. The much trimmed ik ,
' -T.come necessary owing to the for the .spring. they and over .' ., j
the cost of living and especially of e e military styles are much more a fad _+ I -
certain articles of food which the matrons Jet continues to be on. of the leading than a fashion, for there is an incongruity

of today have been brbught up trimmings. about,, wearing* your "millin- ;
to regard as necessaries. I e e a"""" on your feet that is always distasteful M. TILLERReal ";;
a
must learn to cook more economically : Cloth is the material of the day, to the scrupulously well-dress
They
r broadcloth leading. ed woman. Because: of the very short
and which to in adjust housekeeping cases do not . h"r skirts, high shoes. It is believed, will Estate, Agency ,i ;

allowances many of which Many fur coats are fastened with a continue to be worn until really-warm __11..11.1111 .. .. ... !'....___.
prices '
to the growth single button.
grow weather. The boots and oxfords
... .,
seem likely to remain at a high level. Yoke effects e e e i a white buckskin and for sports, combinations -! Realty bought and. lOLL.- ''ilr: "
much '
, Many Increases. on coats.e are. in'evidence r of the two will be good. The : -Houses rented. '

" That there have been actual increases separate e laced boot seemed somewhat more Taxes paid and Titles verified /IS!

which are felt in every homeis The' sheerest materials are used for popular than the buttoned, though 11'
indisputable fact, and only a dancing frocks. 8 both are worn. Some of the cloth I for DOn-ra deab. .

short an while ago official figures were I e e e p7 aYt r tops are cut In the sh.side--.and iter. I fire, Life u Accident. ''1*>. ; ; ;:m
have New workbags are of colored linen and button far to one I "
given out proving that provIsion. lurance.Indemnity. ",,\.: ,
in price to an amazing- saddlebag shape. more marvelous to behold are those """" . d
gone up Bond "
gree. The problem has become so Umbrella handles e e e show enameled ; ,, ? d the which back.lace up one side or straight up !O ,. t \

acute that the way out must be found faces on a flat button top. : ..Y; > 640 * \ !'
and.a group of well known clubwomen e e.,,
have conducted an exhaustive investigation The transparent lace brim 31i

with the view of .discovering hats for evening wear. appearson \ :.:: ::: : ::: ,
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the solution to the growing difficulty a by American PreM .....oclatloft.SID m"m'!, ,, ,
of feeding a family on the Eyelet embroidery will be much usedon i .
means placed at the disposal of a Ss.I white batiste dresses. { the European war broke out r.w"wT:1'
were consulted, andhousekeeping . Princess Mary of England ban been f
broke of typical families It is quite likely the polonaise will untiring in her efforts to aid tbe soldiers -
examined. The main results of this come into fashion with the flowers of In France nnd tbelr dependents G
spring
inquiry were as follows: at borne. 8be was largely Instrumental -
e '
That as housebold the causes commodities of dear food areSrorldwide Chiffon and lace gowns are improved in gathering a fund before the Is Your Saving Habit d '

is not likely to be- by velvet girdles, which are work- holidays to purchase comforts for the

living ed in jet, fashioned low down on the men on tbe fighting line. Princess .:-

come That cheaper.housewives must regard the right side, something like a sword belt. Mary or May. "n ber brother call ,

present high prices of necessaries as her la the pet of tbe royal family of
forming a new standard. I O 0.00000..0000.00..000..0.O' England. although no longer a little Why not form the saving habit now,
basedon In the noonday of
That housekeeping methods 4 HOUSEHOLD HINTS. OO girl Sbe will be eighteen next April your pro..rityfYou'u
the old and cheaper standard are [ O and of course In quite grown up. Tbe find your bank account a }
strong arm of protetcion for advancing
therefore out of date, and must give 00.0.0.00..0000.0.0.000000Chocolate your -
is tbe of
princess only daughter King
methods, which shall re- years--a competence for your
place storethe to new balance between the weekly stains can be removed by George V. and Queen Mary and baa future needs.

allowance and the present cost of ..AEti washing in oap and tepid water. been brought up in quite an old fashioned Open an Account with this strong
e C e way. Sbe was taught to sew bank, where your money will earn c,,
living.y
That housewives must be taughtnew tM A will; all box of lime set in the pantry and la said to be an expert at em intereet.I rK

housekeeping. keep the. air dry. and purified. broidery. She has also studied tbe \ J"

When.a famous food specialist was preparation of food and during ber
he said: Water the fern dish at night in the !
orf this subject
interrogated vacations at Sandringbam was Initiated -
is bathtub and leave it there to drain.
"The old order of housekeeping e * into tbe art of making cheese and '
doomed; nothing short of a reorganization When breakfast muffins left :
are other dairy products. Quite unusual
whole of house-
of the system over, split and toast them for lunch.
employments for a royal prtncena. But -
_ hold management will solve the prob- .
lem of dear living. Housekeepingmust Vinegar and salt will remove stains that IH ber mother's" Idea of bringing

be adapted to the new standards.The from discolored teacups or other china. up a girl.Julia e -
I XABTKX
present methods are unbu iness- MTrta. e e I SUPERIOR SERVICE : r
like and bear as little relation to the I" The coat shown In this illustration is Loaf pans for' bread should be nar- Marlowe, the actress, has been COURTEOUS TREATMENT! ,1

ever-increasing cost of everything as I built of black silk moire. It Is cut with row to Insure thorough baking of the converted to the suffrage cause! ,..

a cookery book of fifty years ago does rippling skirt tbe ripples inoiffly at thesides. bread. '
to the modern developments in the * t..O. . .. .. ... . .. ... DIRECTORS,
culinary art. I' The sleeves are long and full, Extra deep pudding pans, pie plates ARTHUR E. DONEGAN JOHN R. BRONSON w
An Inipotrant Step. tbe fullness held in at the wrist by and the like are preferable to shallow F. W. HILL A. W. GUSTUSBONES i.
narrow bands of silk braid./ The col- ones. RAYSTONE J. K. HILLIARD t
books revived as progress . ; ;
"Cookery are ;
lar is of white satin cut sailor fashion
is made. In the same way a After washing hair brushes dip
mother of a family must adapt her and trimmed with braid. The Jaunty them in cold water just before drying,
methods to new conditions. bat Is of white tagal straw ornamented to keep the bristles .stiff.

The next important step is to give with a wreath of red cherries.: e e ; ; L .. balm m*. L I a niTEi, ap.
wives the opportunity of applying in Always boil new ironware before
their own households the principles of . ...... ............... ... using.
o o Y C ,.C Year .
as formutatedby Open Round .
the new housekeepings : '
"It is all summed tip" 0 WOMEN'S ACTIVITIES. 0 Use paper bags for; covering pitchers ,
experts. with -food in them. ' . tp :,< :,. '
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the 0 0 .
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-- said one of them, o 4 e* o i" J
: ..methods of business, notably the law .*........................ It teems strange eCC to think of-butter ""I", v.:

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.. 'of supply and demand, to householdcattring. Oregon has Seven women .electri- as a salve, but it will take the soreness "t.._ .. */ \ ,

cians. from a bruise and will often pre: .' '. : _,;I;[
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done without re- Gutters _
"Shopping is now e vent discoloration. ; t... .
gard either to market conditions, orto The Indiana senate has passed a .;. ','.
the wide range over which the eugenic marriage law.
; 'Mouldini.PicKets.
household orders for meat provisions, ji,.j
fish vegetables and foodstuffs gen- Only 25 per cent of the populationof \

erally might be spread. When the the South Africa* are. .women., SEEDS WE-WANT-BONES r y-- f,
tradesman calls for orders, or ; '
to din- Less than 10 per cent. of the crimi-
for directions as
cook comes up the house is apt nals of this country are women. k ; +i rr'k t p
ner, the mistress of .M We carry all the leading varietiesof
to sa, "We will have mutton today" Many of the female colleges now Farm, Field and Garden Seed that Prairie Bones, Bleached Bones'
because we had beef yesterday. train their students to be acrobats. have been tested and known to be .
this of course, is all wrong. I
"Now M this
adapted to soil and
climate. We
"The housewife must set her table Native-born women in the United fill order All Kinds of Bones =
can your immediately for
not according to the dictates of her States number, over 89,000,000.
new crop of all varieties of
own fancy, but because certain things e ,
Write to for prices and inst .ctioas. '
ai shipping
are in season, and for that reason can All babies born in Brussels are now Seed Beans Heed Potatoes, English
Tbe cheaply. If one desires registered as German subjects.
purchased Peas
Cilcunroer Tomato,
in January may be ii C Pepper .:.
fresh you
PICKETS
peas OUR ARE OUT
sore that they can be procured only at Queen Alexandria receives an an- Seed Egg )'Iant. t e.
make nuity of $350,000 from the British Heed Corn, Kaffir Corn Mlilet
a high price. Then celery can Beggar
on the best fences In town because Wilson&ToomerFertilizerCo.-
Its appearance on the table and not government. C Weed, Sorghum Heed, Etc. they look best and wear best. Intact ,

cost an exorbitant amount of entirelyon money. Over 80,000 women are employed in COW PEAS ALL VARIKTIKH this applies to all our Lumber . "
Economical catering depends the steam laundries of the United and Mannfactnreri of ,.
knowledge and studying the market Rhodes, Natal and Sudan Grass 8exsl. .'
States.
This is the first thing the BUILDING MATERIALTo
d housewife must learn, and when she The M Central* railway Complete Stock of garden and field buy anything In these lines IDEAL, ALKIDEAL and PERUVIAN FERTILIZERS.t* r
Michigag now
seeds
poultry feed and .
incubators
has mastered this lesson, she will finda employs women as diningcar wai- supplies, without obtaining our prices will '

gratifying lessening of expenses in tresses. etc. mean not only a loss In money, but Jacksonville, Fla. a
Write for
her household." e C i our spring catalogue and a loss In tbe quality as well, to you. ,,. ..
There are more negro women than weekly price list on poultry feed, etc. Any good carpenter will endorse this .,,;..,\
ITS GREAT FOR BALKY white women in South Carolina and Oldest established and largest seed ooooooo o.oooooooooo.oo oooo.ooooo.o. .. ......
house in Florida.E. /.
BOWELS AND STOMACHSWe Missisippi. .
t C C May* Lumber Co. .
want all people who have Fifty St. Louis women have formed A. MARTIN SEED COMPANYNo. oo oo oooooo..oo..ooo..o o..o o.t.O.... .. ;

chronic stomach trouble or constipation "league with the object of cleaningup 206 East Bay St. H. R. May; Manager.

no matter of how long standIng that city of rats. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. '.
Phone 81 Klsshnmee, Fie
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' to try one dose of Mayi Wonderful Fish Lake D rry
Remedy-one dose will convince Pennsylvania suffragists will receivea -- : f

you." This is the medicine so donation of $10,000 provided that 0040 OOOOOOOO.OOO.OOOOOOOOOO. OOO.O.OOO.OO. .OO... t
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they can raise $50,000.
of local have been '
many our people . Vn

takingwith surprising results. Themost Ireland has furnished the greater Pure Jersey Milk, Cream, Butter'andBtittor; ', 4''
thorough system cleanser ever number of females the -
to populationof CHOICE OP5 TOURIST TRAINS

old sold.:by Mayr's leading Wonderful druggists everywhere the United States.* # Milk. delivered at your door',o. <, H': : t

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with 'the positive understanding; that Nearly 100,000 women and children every morning J"} ., I ." .

':\ .jour money will be refunded without are employed in the tobacco factoriesof NORTH AND WEST"Diiie :' t JI" ,

_A':......:. ails elation to give or quibble you absolute if ONE.satialae'tIbn. bottle- the United States.. e e I \ Flyer. _ "DM Limited," i Phone 241-L S. W. DOWNING:: ''Ir''

Miss Beatrice Wisner has been "Semiaol
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High colored blouses; have by no School teachers in Milwaukee and t if

i means ousted the soft becoming chem Los Angeles are limited to one ye.r'1ablence via ...... ... ... .. . . .. ..... t.. .. (.,. ,. ... ;

isettes from favor, and these are for motherhood. '
house frocks * '1'r.. A WISEliAN T'-v'. : .
particularly yrtth -.t' _
torn and informal dinner gowns opening in Miss Marie Herbst, of London, ex- Atlantic Coast Line .f Ai ' t e a. ", ''d.!' carrie .'tlrldeetIFlREINSUL'J,r :l iJ

d ep V at the front. The daintiest amines about 40,000,000 feet of moving '' ANCE to', : protect, .hU' prepcriy... k'ey'. +*I d

chemisette are of net shirred into picture. films. every. .ye. while ha Is Ifvteff" asiple.LIFE> +1.t" ""ti> /", i ry
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I.yVakly'Ndtes '' such pension and to' ke"eh rlt.f those:pesentiand partidpating' :
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1 .' ofChurch convening of:the, legislature In;'191 ..:_See.' 9.,' This .act .shall.take effect.' "I'
: Notes $ : TO OAlUFOliNlA'. EXI'0SiTIONS in such fprm.tbat the legislature may Immediately! upon its approval,by the.

Society AND RETURN .TO CHICAGO intelligently.consider the maldn,' and governor, or. upon becoming. a...'Jairwithout i;:
Work and.< BY DIVERSE MUTES. "9.00 passage of a permanent.motllenpen_: such approval. .' ... '.) w
B/tCK TO ST. LOUIS. OTHER CUT ion bill.

c (Mattie.:"Ben HarrLt, Editor.) Christian RATKB. Address. L. A'N. R. R:. 184 See. tf. The commission .is hereby HANDSOME MOTOR COAT'h

: ; Progress ; West Bay 8U, .Jaoke .lIIe. authorized, directed and empowered to OF LIGHTWEIGHT, VELOUR. ,' '*&; $*
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'i:' .*1 Re ivest U Bad.!* all'patrmu of tke> Valley Gazette to Bead Ilesms ; ; Mill I I MM 11 Mill Ml I ; do every other matter for and the thing convenient -- T" '
or necessary carrying i
God that can be relied upon for-a sustained A handsome model motorcoat'of .:'.
i I of society enab .to tie Editor fer pvUicatiea la t ... cehnuMIOMIM Conducted b-Local Ministers' pull all together. W. D. Bass out'and execution of the purpose of new shade of gray mad. of U&htt. *

i Association. will begin a meeting with th pastorat this, act. velour cloth hangs, loose and: 'VV
f ,J _ . the Methodist church Easter Sun Sec. 7. The sum of fifteen hundred ripping from the shoulders and is dj t_ "''t.
ti ; IOt ieHMI i'''.1 .1.1..1..1.1..1.1.1.10. 11 I 1111111111.111111111 II I ,
day. Brother Base is a clean man, ($1,600) dollars or so much thereof as fined at the waist line in front withp ;{

;. '1 HOME COOKERY SALE House In honor of Mrs Will Over. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. a strong preacher, a hard worker. His may be necessary be, and the same is a quaint belt formed with two strap. "\ '.;;;'.
+ of N. the best. While I hereby appropriated out of the money of the material which cross over each T :
The ladies of the Episcopal church street, Rutherford, J. The following There will be a communion( service singer is among the
will be conducted in the Methodist of the state treasurer, not otherwise other and button with a cloth covered k
was enjoyed: Vocal services -
' will continue the sale of home cookeryon program and the administration of baptism at
atfernoon from 8 to 6 solo, Miss Ella Mae Gilbert; Instru- church and we earnestly hope to appropriated, for the ourpose providedfor buttons on opposite sides. A.high J
this church '
morning. '
Saturday Sunday. . by this act, and all payments for choken collar of white cloth button ...
is
4 t o'clock at the LaeMode. ... reading, Mrs. J. E. Lupfer; vocal solo, BAPTIST CHURCH. Methodist meeting. I hope we will the expenses of the commission, or for on the aide.with a single cloth covered '*">- i*

TALENT TEA. Miss Alma Griffin. Dainty refreshment school 9:45 Preach- have the co-operation of all the Christian other costa or purposes in the execu- button well up under the ear. Wide'cuffs ?
Sunday : a. m. tion of the purposes of this act, shall of the white cloth finish the wk"
of cake and of the and that
punch candy community
were people
Mrs. H. F. Pfann and Mrs. H. E. ing by Dr. Holt at 11 a. m. Subject be
made
and made
m served. ': all the church will be greatly bene- only by warrant long sleeves, and a closefitting't':
Cole are entertaining the Talent Tea "The Angels of the Empty Tomb. little v"
e e fUted. We all have friends who are drawn by the comptroller or state hat with a cuff of the whitef.
of the Methodist church this afternoon The Lord's supper. Everyone invited. treasurer" and itemized accounts turned all around the face :>
upon completes -
will not and to up
w MISS GILBERT ENTERTAINS. unsaved come try
s : at the home of the latter on Strangers especially made welcome.No you
ff get them to come with you.-Rev. S. first presented to and approved by the a perfect outfit with .which to-
'
Beaumont avenue.. . Miss Corinne Gilbert entertained the service .at night on account of W. Lawler. commission, or majority thereof, and step into one of those lovely dark 'r'-

'A r' ST. JOHN'S GUILD. Sewing club at her home today in Methodist meeting. Regular quarterly duly authorized by the comptroller, gray cars with gray cloth upholstery'

' compliment to her guest Miss Jean business meeting Wednesday, April Mrs. Joe Griffin returned Wednesday and not more than the sum hereby ap-
I The regular" meeting of St. John'sguild Barker of Plant City. Her guests at 7:15: p. m.METHODIST.* from a visit with relatives in propriated shall be used for the -purpose Chicago.-Peter D. Middlekauff has
home of Mrt.e .
will be held at the
follows Misses Alma Grif- of this act.
were as : CHURCH. West Palm Beach.MOTHERS'PENSION. given his son and daughter an apart-
: S Porter, the Graystone hotel, next fin, Ella May Gilbert, Cecelia Over- Sec 8. The governor, the comptroller ment buildihg worth $140,000 just to ,*
Tuesday afternoon, April 6, at 8 street, Virginia Tiller, Gladys Crawford Special music at the Methodist and two of the other members of see how they will manage it. The '
o'clock. All the ladies of the church church Easter Sunday. Morning service *\
Ruby Barnhill, Louise Clark Marie BILL the commission shall constitute a quorum building contains twenty-eight V
i cordially invited to.be. present. iluddleston, Myrtle Bobbitt 11 a. m. Opening sentence, "The total afart-
Y . Lucy and in meetings called and held merits and the rent
BENEFIT FOR CHURCH. Witherspoon, Etta Withernpoon, Ruth Lord is Risen, choir. Hymn." t Prayer. avid-- I by the commission? a vote of the ma- $18,000.Comfort .
f Butler. Anthem, "Easter Hymn, ): WILL BE PRESENTED
V .W. H. Boyer proprietor of the e ico, choir. Scripture lesson. Offer-

I, skating rink, will give a combination CAMPFIRE GIRLS. tory, "Risen a Glorious King," Wilson. ,
skating and dancing party at the rink Hymn. Sermon by Rev. D. A. Bass. TO THE.LEGISLA TURE
{ on enxt Thursday night: The entire One of the most active of local organizations Friends" are cordially invited.CATHOLIC .
er, proceeds of this entertainment will be is the Oskito camp of C 0\&
? church.WOMAN'S Campfire Girls, which is under the CHURCH.
given to the Episcopal
; $ ;: able leadership of Miss Elizabeth Car- A pension for widows and deserted I
;L LEAGUE MEETING.The The memory of Christ's glorious resurrection mothers is the provision made in a bill
and Miss Elizabet.hAultman
: son, as guardian
from the tomb will be kept .
that has been drafted -ofider the auspices -
regular meeting of the AmerIcan as assistant guardian. The in the Catholic church, on Easter Sunday of the Children's Home Society'of Shoes.
f Woman's league will be held at local camp is composed of about fif- by the celebration of the holy Florida, asking for the appointmentof
the Chapter House on Monday, April teen members, all girls between the 8 Confessions
sacrifice of the mass at a. m. a commission to investigate' the
6, at 3:30 m. The meeting of the ages of twelve nnd fifteen. The organization 3
p. will be heard- Saturday at needs of such and the best administration -
) board of will be held the is a branch of the Y. W.
managers p. m. and 7:30: p. m., and the congregation for it in Florida.
t same afternoon at 2:30: o'dock.-Eliz- C. A. The law of the Campfire Girls is exported to receive holy communion The bill is a short one, but embodies You will find real comfortin
is I Give
abeth Aultman, Secretary. : Seek beauty. service. Pur- Rev.
on Sunday morning. feature to
li Be t.rut. Holdon every necessary accomplishthe
sue knowledge. worthy.
: Father Benedict, O. S. B., St. Leo college desired results. The commission
MOTHERS AND TEACHERS' CLUB. to health. Glorify work. Be hap-
will officiate. All welcome to will spend two years' study of conditions line of
The lines in which the organi- our
The Mothers' and Teachers' Literary py.
services. the state and make its
.''f' ; ""'"and Social club will hold a business zation works are: Homecraft, health- C Ii0 C the in session of the legislature reportat in V .

:: I meeting in the office of Professor craft, campcraft handcraft, nature EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 1917.
I' i Evans in the school building, on next lore business and patriotism.
Senator J. L. Farris of Jackson
,
is the
Easter
next day
CCCMRS. Sunday ,
$1.50 $1.75 $2.00
Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock, April .9
ville will be of the main
1 j CLARK. HOSTESS. queen of festivals. Services will be one supporters -
A full attendance is urged.-Mrs. J.
.,, as follows: Low (plain) celebration of the bill. The bill in full is, as
yh T. Burckhalter, Secretary. Mrs. J. D. Clark entertained at auc- 7:30:: a. m.; Sunday school and offeringof follows: An act to provide for the

DINNER PARTY. tion bridge Tuesday afternoon at her "mite box- fI" 10 a. m.; procession, npponitment of a commission to study
dome on Penfield avenue, in honorof special music, and anthem at the the needs of the state of Florida for a Comfort ShoesDUTTONHARRIS
Mrs. W. G. Hankins entertained last Mrs. Powell and Miss Powell mothers' law
Sybil solemn/ eucharist, 11 a. m.; evening pension money appropriations -
lty, i Saturday evening at her home on of Rnlla Mo. The house was !beautifully prayer and sermon at 7:30:: p. m.: for the same and other purposes

r Patrick street with a 7 o'clock dinner decorated with purple/ petunias rifts of flowers (white). Candles will pertaining' thereto:
+ in honor of the birthdays of Mr. Han- and boghenvalia, earring out the be very acceptable and the ladies are Be it enacted by the legislature of .
n kins and W. H. Dawes, which happento color scheme of purple. Mrs. H. C. invited to come and decorate the the state of Florida:
,, to fall on the same date. Covers were Stanford presided the tea table Section 1. The of the
I over church Saturday ( Easter eve) at 3p. governor SHOE CO.
i f laid for the following.: W. H. Hall, the afternoon. of and
,. during Dainty refreshments m., so that all may be ready for state, comptroller the state five
.:Jd R. W..Cobb, A. W. Bailey R. L. Jar- of punch cake, marguerites and the first vespers at 7:30: Saturday suitable persona of the state of Florida

} w' rell and the two. guests. of honor. a salad course Were served. Mrs. Clark evening. W. H. BALL.PriestinCharge., shall constitute a commission to be

MOONLIGHT LAUNCH RIDE was assisted in serving bv Miss Lenora known as the "Mothers Pension Com-
Richards and little Miss IxHtie Ii0* mission," of which commission the -

One of the pleasant social events of Clark. Mrs. Clark's guests were: SPECIAL SERVICES BEGINAT governor shall be chairman, and the ,
the past week was the moonlight Mrs. L. H. Ingram Mrs. Allen, Mrs. comptroller shall be the secretary j '
METHODIST CHURCHMen
launch ride to Paradise island and J. S. Cadel, Mrs. N. I. Barber, Mrs.J. The governor of the state, as soon as .OOOOOOO..OOOOOO.O 000060000000000OOOOOOO OOOOOO O.OO'OOOOOOO .

} + return, given last Friday night. A D. Woodbeck. Mrs. H. Boice, Mrs. practical, shall select and appoint five _
,f picnic supper by moonlight was served W. J. Sears, Mrs. H. C. Stanford, the world line over believe. re- suitable persons to be members of the I 'OOO'OOOO'OO OOOOOOOOOOO' OOOOOOOO.tOOOOO
vivala in their
g k; on the island. Mrs. Fred Gilbert; / Mrs. Bumby of Orlando are anxiously commission; provided, that two of' "
+ Among those enjoying the eveningwere Mrs. Howard Katz, Mrs Henry looking and hoping for a revival in such persons shall be women and all : r '
business and know full well thatif
: Misses Alma Griffin Myrtle Overstreet, Mrs. C. I,. Bandy. Mrs. some of such persons shall be chosen from .
1' Bobbitt, Lucy Witherspbon, Marie Jim Carson Mrs. Moyer Mrs. Marion it does not come they will go to different counties of the state; pro- :

Huddleston, Latty and Lola Lawler, Carson. Misses Turville, Morrison, pieces. vided further, that the commission so AutomobilesTOR .
? , Louise Clark and M. ssrs. J. K. At- Bay, Watson, Allen, Richards and A few got together not the long conditionof since appointed shall be under the supervision ,
wood, B. C. Dutton A. E. Bearden, Carson. and seriously discussed of the board of commiasionres of :
f F '" E. C. Dusenberry and Everett Roberta. the board of trade. And" it was the state institution. ,

j, .) The chaperones were Mrs. S. H. Bullock RESOLUTIONS. said, "We need a revival. The call Sec. 2. That any vacancies occur- ,

a- .y and Mrs. H. C. Stanford. was sent out, many men met, many Out- ring upon such a commission for any : SALE : ;:
A, c wf confessed their sin-indifference. and
w i cause shall be filled by election "
; a &'_i ?. REDWOODBUELL.r Sisters Kissimmee have tempts No.the 21, Pythian siders joined. It was'a good revival. appointment by the governor of the .:,T
adopted following
Revivals! in the churches are as :
Wednesday at noon at the Christian resolutions: state front suitable persons of the ..viflSanitary : :
much needed as outside it. The thoughtof : "
It church parsonage Mrs. E. J. Whereas, God in His Infinite love men .is much taken up with material state, reserving two women in the ,. .
BuelL of this city and Mr. ThomasFnnfdin has taken to Himself the soul of little things demands( are made commission.Sec. ; ,
Redwood, of Saranac Lake, Maynard the infant son of Brother them for; many and time.. Manyare 3. The terms of the offices $400.00.'t. :
upon money of such commissions shall expire with "
N. Y.'were married+''by the Rev. A. and Sister Jeffords, tempted with hurtful pleasure that
1R, 'M. Chisholm. The wedding was a Therefore be it resolved, That we offer diversions mothers with home-': the: completion of the purpose provided ONE FORD CAR
; for the act and the five commissioners -
The left by ;
affair. couple
quiet happy bow in humble submission to JJig will
; cares often stay at home; indifference ,
in accordancewith
Immediately after the ceremony for a. Be it further resolved That we ex- comes and God comes to have a sec- to be appointed COMPLETELY EQUIPPED
the shallbe
of act
wedding trip to SU. Petersburg ands tend to them our deepest sympathy ondary place in their lives. The unsaved the supervision Hat K-W Road-Smoother Presto Lite Master Vibrator
actual ,
will paid only their expenses
s ,{ Tampa. Upon their return they and commend them to Him who said,
do not often to Christ outside -
be at home to their many friends at "Suffer little children to come unto special meetings.come Many things while serving in the discharge of their Oil Gauge, Cut Out One new Casing Allowed. __

Mrs. Buell's former home on Main me, and forbid them not for such is make revivals necessity. i duties as such. .
-street. Mrs. Redwood has a large cir- the kingdom of Heaven." a Sec. 4. It shall be the duty of the
r f. Any thoughtful man who has read $450.00
: cle of friends who will wish her much Resolved further That these resolutions history knows that individual and natural I governor as soon as practical after the
of the commission in this :
Mr. Redwood has been living appointment

happiness. be sent to Brother and Sister
in Kissimmee for several winters Jeffords a furnished the local property of any permanent sort II act provided for, to call said commissioners ONE CINO CAR
copy rest upon faith in God and one's fellow to formulate such '
and also has many. friends. here. paper for publication and that they I know of nothing that I together :
man. Mans and, to take such action as to FIRST COST $3,500.
also be the
spread minutes of
upon would help the town so much and BO
; u IN HONOR OF MRS. OVERSTREET the temple. : generally as a genuine; revival of re- I the commission, convenient may or necessary be deemed, to advisable exe-- ", Fully Equipped. One new Casing Allowed. Would make

Mrs. G. W. Overstreet and Mrs. MAUDK THOMAS, ligion. I never. knew a real religious ''I cute the purposes of this act, and iti I : a rood ridinf car. 50-HORSEPOWER.

J. R. Brpnson delightfully entertained ROBERTA RIVERS, person to he a knocker. ), shall be the duty of the commissionLo.execute _

1. Saturday afternoon at the Chapter ALMA FARMER, Committee. I know of nothing but the grace of I the purpose of this act as : .
I $250.00
. expeditiously as practical. ,
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Sec. 6. It shall be the duty of the "

commission, in this act provided for, : One Buick Truck or Touring Car "

as soon as practical to begin making "
Food for Folks"THE and complete an investigation of the FIRST COST $1,300.
"Quality Quality
i needs in the state of Florida for a : Hu truck body zed tonnema. _. "
mothers' pension law to provide.a "
weekly or monthly pension for widowed "

# and deserted mothers and their children $200.00 ."
r and to extend such investigationas
-' practical, into the needs of every
ONE .REO-TWO CYLINDER
t1 IAH county in the state of Florida; and .

quality folks can't get a daintier or more further. to investigate the practicability Track or touring car.
of dispensing such pensions to the

., -- delicious breakfast dish than Post'Toasties, needy mothers by permanent commission FIRST COST $1,100. 1 .

A: or otherwise; to investigate as to Has track body aid to......
and yet, they're so economical that everyone can what may bo the beat method of determining ..
deserving cases entitled to "
them. '".
enjoy
: r such pension; the amount of appropriation Inquire LUPFER &: PRATHER GARAGE
necessary at each meeting of '
to maintain and carry or IL W. THURMAN. .
the legislature .
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1 MASTER'S BALIS.
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Under and by virtue of a final decree .00.00000..0..0000..000.00000.000000.0.00'.00000..
rendered by the Honorable James
Post Totxsties W. Perkins. of the Seventh Judicial ..0..000.0..0..0.0.0000..0000..0.
Circuit.Jude State of Florida. In . a
and for the County of Oaceola. In chancery .
. sitting on the S.th day of March '
I" In certain causes wherein James .
.. .1
Im W. A. Utt .
files complainant w'W: .. :
and Bertha UtM. his are defendants
; I. Q. F. Krlbba Special MasterrIn :.

. Chan..rr.,- will t Ibttbidderc for ca.h., Market '

e 1,,, -the Superior Corn Flakes, are made of the best nrst within" Monday the Ufral In May.hours 1.of 1S, sale same, o being f .;ji jiI

Corn said month, and Is
of selected Indian cooked daintily
1eala.t
Est t ; season- falb In front of the Courthlouse

ed, rolled into thin bits and toasted to a delicate the City of of Oseeols HMsslmmee County; the, Florida followingdescribed In Poultry" ("

-t lands, tenements and he-
golden-brown. reditaments. situate, lying and being In Florida.and I Butter and Es
the County of Osceola and State of ; : :r
Florida, same more particularly de- ?

sorlb.d Lot Number'. SeVen (T>i In Block N-m- Omr Wicks Effort U to Pka$.' j
'ti .
, These crisp, delightful flakes come in Fresh- b.r One Hundred and Eightyeightill ".

-;' y,. Sealed packages, all ready.' to. .server-just add a Kid(ooordlnR),Osoeola.In the to the County town of of Btat.Saint said of town Cloud Florida died In Western .. .etU; :fill Your Next t!;,.' :.
s

a b'' '4 milk or cream,and suiaror any kind- of fruit. 1ft Court the In office and of for the the Clerk County of of the Osceola.Circuit t :,-,, A.: ia ..... > ;;.,; ; order ;"r+ ;; .
,
: the Seminole '!! > : "
and State of Florida. by 'I. : Ir
Fo ... Land and Investment Company.- ...: ::;,, i;o. Me'-''s- ",''": :: ::COODCOODSATF1lIRPRIC :3 ,. ,*;?
Also Lot Number Eight:, te! ) In BlockNamber : .1 - rr--I" ," . '-
y \ One Hundred and Klehtylsht! ; (' \ . .,_.;... ." >;:; r'. \Tk..t's Oar Mottot" > .
'Y" *, 1(8), In thetown of Saint Cloud. In .., :'
", % .
,. S' .f.v'r/1 ..Stateof Florida.according .
- :- T"'J' > said Osceola Counts
'' to the plat of said town ain 4 ; : 'D' '.' .' : ,
'st Toaatiesk"are'Mi" ht .. o ll.:1.t: ; '! .r\JTv" ; ( the office of the Clerk ef the Circuit 'M.OOLMAN .
: '
Court 'no add the County of Oseeola. p j.9f: .
't' .,.. ..... ,. ),,'. .., : .' .. .' _"t. ..".. -..., -' "" ''".,.._,.'."".. I" ".. '" and State of ro.:Florida.*J>y the ..181... !. . >; r k

; "" It b Grocer everyMrhe eetNi i,Lapd Bal4 and sale Inveetment being ......s.plDpan t. II&1lal1'' -.;said- t. '" ":':. .,''."...."" _...o.,ig:':. .::1fI.' .:.I'r...:....,4oNc;-:4...t\I.1t.f.- t.A .. ..!"'': i rr,;;. .' ""v1"' r,'rta'at

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';,,' .tI FRIDAT.! :APRIL 2, ills s: t .' THE' KISSIMMEE. VALLEY' GAZETTE- !,- :'Tf'THB '- 1....: .

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i<::' ..: - (Telephone Hex ILK Ford automobile./ ; It will be an ornament to this already no doubt return her next winter, the rule' during the past week The }ARD, JEFFOBPSr :\ '"
, ,\" ,'.. ._ ., beautiful block, where the old ; ' midnight train from Tampa has'been '- ,'>- '. j ti Yr
1 'C. XL Denig, of Narcoosee,1'was a IL W": Grady waa a' business visitor t. On the afternoon of March 19. God
, .. Published Every Friday By.W. \ live oak trees festooned with Spanishmoss run in two sections several. night this .
visitor here Wednesday, make the most setting .. to ,Sanford Tuesday.. .. week. sent a beautiful angel to- the home of .
_r B. HARM* B.'O. TAW. AONBV* picturesque, . '.
YI1( , ' ,. j Solomon: Rowland, 'of SC Cloud, wasa for. theresldaa., ... Mrii Elizal.tb Sanborn has gone to.'. ).(;a. SI:. W Shack eton. .daughter from Mr and their Mrs.fond'J. D.embrace Jefford their and littleInta'ftt took,
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' visitor to Kissiramee on Tuesday.-; St.'Cloudto spend .
4 Miss Celeste'Mosely spent last'Saturday "' Viola and son Kilter of Youngstown.O of seven month A11 that low '
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,., : j.j. '," .' :Leonard':William*.'' 'of 'i Loughman, In. Orlando. 1 Ray O'Quirin;of St. Petersburg, a.i are the guests .of. AIr! and Mr'&. lug hands '.and kind physicians could ,

10 was a visitor in. Kissimmee.on Thurs JL'E. Colt'made... a business- 4.trip'to the', guest; 'of Laurence Griffin thiIIWee H.A.Colton.' do was don, but; GoiS.thoua'b' best,to "

: :; \W a Report ,cia,. Winter HAven Tuesday.. I C H. Baker demonstration agent take the little bud and transplant; it

: ; Mrs. W. W. Bell, who ha* been < A. C. McDonald,-of Plant City, was of Orange county,-is a spending few to bloom' in the garden 'of Ilk ,love.'
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'::' ;, .. .- pending the winter'month here,. left 'I:. E.: LJvermore, of St.Cloud'spentWednesday a business visitor to Kissimmee on day her, th* .guest; of B..'.EX Evan, Oh; how the golden bID..of heaven '
in Klisimmee.You'll must have chimed his welcome a* *** >
on Monday for her home in Cincin Thursday.Mr. '. Osceola county's efficient agent, ,
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.. 'ollowlne sire daily tempera: beautiful angel wafted his sweet spirit
nati. She will return next fall. find up-to-date .Un" of
turesud precipitations a. re-' an Gilbert's. and, Mrs. DeWilton Aldermanare --Mr'. W. J. Sean and'son, Joseph, through the pearly gates, safe into the,,
ported by Government station Mr. and Mrs.<< H. C. Hoover and spring goods at the proud parents of a fin* daugh went up to Jacksonville this week to arm of Jesus,there to sing Hi praise +
at Ki..lmmee for the week ..nding baby and Mrs. Carle, who have been P. E.: Morgan and Ed Ely, of St. ter.-born! Wednesday. Join Congressman Sears,''who went; on '
the winter left Mon to the state metropolis from Miami Spirit visit the\ .home!
April 2: pending here Cloud, spent- Monday here on 'busi Mrs. R. W. Cobb left Thursday for May the Holy
. day: for their home in Shrove, O. where he attended the State Press of the bereaved parents and help them'P.
Jacksonville where she will visit .
Friday __ __ __ __78. 49Saturday ness.Lewis association meeting last-week. They to realise that their dear little
C. I. Dey and F. W. Whitney of the O'Bryan spent several days friends for >several days. She was accompanied will .
spend-several days visiting.there. outstretched
__ __ ____80 49 Southern Utilities company came this week on a business trip to Atlanta there by Mrs. Bell who waa I nard will stand -with' .,
welcemejthem
Sunday ._ __ __ __75 60 down from Jacksonville Monday, Ga.The. en route to her home in StT Louis, Mo. Don't bother to color your Easter hand time to ,. .. :home- whentheir -

Monday __ __ __ __78 64 pending the day here on business. W. C. T. U. will meet at the Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Harris returned II eggs colored when for :you the rabbit can get at;them SOc a already dosen. Dear.little come Maynard that- bob ISft'na. ';::,:%

Tuesday ._ __ __ __81 69 Olan Pierce returned Monday from Chapter House Friday, April 9, at oiv Wednesday from Miami, where Sold by ladle of Christian church Here thy loss we ly'feel,:, v, ,..?>;::
Wednesday __ __ _.79 60 Lake City, where he has been attending S p. m. they attended the meeting of the State I Saturday. a to 5 p. !Do, near Piney But tis God that bath bereft. us; rH. '...
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Columbia colle .. He left Press Association. While there they : .- all heal. . ;, '
sorrows "
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Thursday __ __ 77 Wednesday for his home in Bassenger. Cloud was alao visited Mrs. Harris' relatives at : Dear little darling, bow we miss yen,
Kissimmee to spend the day last One of the best musical entertain .
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Yes miss everywhere,
OJus; we you >
G. G. Love of South Bend Ind., .
Friday. I ments ever given in Klasimmee ,
mI was. But in Heaven we'hope to meet 7 ttAnd.thr'U sd
arrived and went to St. Chenoweth has been .
Monday Bue| Who
that last in the '
Senator of with given ; night High be parting then.
Buxton Orlando a no p.
Cloud. He expects to locate hi this for the past two weeks was taken to School auditorium by R. DeWitt
GRANDMOTHER' '
of friends visited Kissimmee ,
section and will bring his family here. party Friday. Orlando Sunday, where he was oper-. Brown and his orchestra. The excellent ,

Mrs. Anna M. Blass supervising ated on for appendicitis. From.- numbers rendered pleased those OlfDEK FOK rcaucATKAr, '
The local FIeld i deputy of the Royal Neighbors was Be sure and see our line of spring port he is getting along nicely and who attended. This orchestra deserve [. Clmlt C.mrt. .t.*. .. BterMa.tk lee,. :' r
in Kissimmee Monday. She went from goods before buying elsewhere. Gilberts. will soon be up and around again. the support of the public and should .. Jmtrll have large attendance whenever it Paul Hahn. eoraplalaaal.'v*. 'IA_: t
here to St. Cloud where a lodge will Arrangements are being made to defendant ., .. '
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.000.00..00..00000... be organized. A. A. Tano returned Wednesday teach the new dancing steps at the appears, in a concert. fca - appendedrto"J ,In

Fred Bass Sunday in Jack from Palm Beach, where he spent several skating rink at the 'regular Thursday I.ItC apMarfn;* by affidavit 4
spent Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Triplett passed IX QUINA DIES.D. the bill flied In th. abov. .-atl.d c&uM .
dances each week. There will .
onville. through the city: en route to St. Cloudon days. night that Lena Hahn Is m "on..I."t..r l

B. C. Dutton spent Tuesday at Monday. They had been attend- Ed Furvell who has been ill at the be other no than charge the for admission the}: dancing fee usually lesons Quina died in Orlando on Wednesday the Baltimore stale of Florida state of and Maryland la a residentof over :

Lakeland on business. ing the meteinif of the State Press association Manhattan hotel for several weeks is thosewho attend. after an illness of only a few the age of twenty-one .tTn'o: vlt tIs' : y
charged ther.tore ordered that l-%. .Ih
at Miami.C. improving.Miss days as'the result of heart trouble anda .
J. D. Clark was business visitorto : dent defendant be and ab. Is herebyrequired
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Mrs Oscar J. Cook of Haines City complication of diseases. His body
from to to lb. bill of com*
W. Griffin returned Sunday Effie Lawson will return today appear
Orlando Monday. memberof is the guest of her brother J.Overstreet L. was brought to Kissimmee on Thurs plaint filed In said cause on'or'b.tor.Monday .
Miami where he went as a from visit with relatives in Port
a and and her mother day to the home of his th' Ird dar of May
Will Boyer left Sunday to spend the committee which landed the Orange and Sanford. family father-in-lawz lath, otherwlae the -;t'.Pwbill
._ several days in Tampa.Dr. 1916 State Press Association conven- Mrs. M% N. Overstreet. The many Rull Bass. The funeral will be held will be taken as conf eased by maid, y
Miss Jeanette Gordon of Orlando friends of Mrs. Cook here will be today. Mr. Quina leaves a widow and t..ndant. --- '
Moore of Clear-water, spent tion for Kissimmee:? was the guest of Miss Bessie Moselythe glad to know that she has fully recovered two children to mourn his death. He It la further ordered'that".thl* order'be '.., .
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Sunday with. friends here. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Yoffnar and son, latter part of last week. from her recent illness.A was thirty-three years of age and was aecutlve published weeks once In a the week KUelmmee for lour Val-eon-: of' -

Senator A. E. Donegan was a visitor who have been spending the winterat born in Pensacola. He had not been ley. Qaaette. a newspaper published. 411'+r TT. ,., '
in Jacksonville Sunday the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Orange blossom violet and rose new automobile line Has been established feeling well for several weeks and aald county and state Ir16. '- -SMf'I"' *w y.-
their homein beads in necklace and The to, from This April I.t. A. D., ':* '-. .
Breaker left Thursday for pendants at carry passengers had been on a trip to visit relativesin Seal. J. U OVKRSTRBHJT, \ ?7- '
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"' Arthur Benjamin Hunter was a Liberty Center O. Embroidery Shop. Kissimmee to St. Cloud and return. Pensacola and Jacksonville. He was Clerk Clr "'.. visitor to Orlando Monday.C. The auto leaves Dan's store every dayat at the home of his brother, John By JAMES M. JOHNSTON. ;' ,' ..' 4",..;.
Miss Isabelle Mrs. Nellie Halbert returned to her '
Mrs. J. W. Miller and leaves Cloudat Deputy Cleric, ,
and St.
returning
A. Johnson of; Orlando spent Massey: of South Carolina who have home in Orlando Sunday after a pleas- noon 1 o'clock. Special trips are also Quina in Orlando at the time of his Johnston A Oarrett. \.','., .,1 1801l0ltora 1n
Sunday with relatives here. for two ant visit with her Mrs. Cohoon. death. for ComplalaaD".il.
. been visiting the Miller family aunt made when there is occasion, for them. '

.. I Fred Hill of Narcoosee, was in Kis- weeks l left Monday for a visit with Miss Jean Barker of Plant City arrived --- '. >>
einrmee Monday on business.C. relatives in Bradentown.E. i' Wednesday and will be the guest County Tax equipped W. I. Barber's t to

E. Naugle of the Valley Gazette for several days of Mies, Corinne Gil office is now with a brand- J ,
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.. :;. W. Morsman of St. Cloud was his in new Elliott-Fisher book typewriter ''''; .. t
with family
in the city Monday on business. spent Sunday I bert.The which was installed the '
during
Jacksonville. Mrs. Naugle and three past NeW Of -I ,
in new pews of the Catholic churchare week. The purchase of this machine Shipment ;
Isaac Pollard, Frostproof, was little daughters will join him here }_
Kissimmee on business Monday. weeks being constructed by Mr. Walter will greatly expedite the work of making .
two
within the next
._. and will be completed for Easter Sun- up the tax rolls, which was begun :
C. Amman of Alexandria La., was Mrs. Fannie Powell and daughter. Thursday. The "Reliable" Guaranteed, , ;*

; 4t>a visitor in Kissimmee Monday. Miss Sybil Powell left Thursday for day.J. -Burdick, of WellsvilU. Y.. '

'1"" ,;,;;._ C. A. Cole and L. C. Hull of Lake- their home in Rolla two months Mo., after here spend-with who spends his winters at St. Cloud Know Paint ".;
.ur land were here Tuesday on business ing a pleasant was a visitor to Kissimmee on Wed "
Mrs. H. M.
'Cypress /field boxes for sate! cheap. Katz.Mrs. Powell's daughter nesday. I '

; Osceola Lumber A: Furniture Co. 29-tf John Roberts and family left Tues- for Art thirty-five linen heavy cents quality at The yard Embroidery wide- ,, vertisement.Buy There's a.paint education in this.ad- Channeuse Silk j| |( Petticoat: ,

C. R. Morrison and H. W. Johnson day for San Antonio Tex., where they .
Shop.M. the not allon. ?(
1 of Tampa spent Monday in Kissim- will make their future home. Mr. by job Buy by
tr mee. Roberts and his family have been living P. Tindall and Homer Tindall, of the paint put-on; that s the job. :". '1fo ,
here for a long time and their Narcoosee are witnesses in the John The price. of paint is so much a t Awl
;,4- Eugene Bryan spent the week-end busi- friends regret to see them leave.W. Ashley case for the killing of DeSoto gallon; that can t be helped but I)' ..
on the Haines City branch on amounts to nothing.The .
? ness. B. Meetch and daughter, Mrs. Tiger at Miami. price of painting is so much a Every thread AD Silk; guaranteed not tie rip, tear Hr split U A*- ". {wl wlr
[ Tampa Frain Mr. and Mrs. Harry Meetch. Mrs. Joe Saxon, of Orlando, spent day; that can't be helped but-amountsto i '
J. M. Mullen representing la varied colors and
Pa. and Miss Cath- last and the seams sixes it 1 I '.
Sunday Monday .
in Kissimmee of Harrisburg as guestof nothing.Put 5 O. $2 ..
Times contest was I erine Judson, of New York who have her parents Mr. and Mrs. Saxon them together. How can yr- I' from.---_-_____----------------- 3>. 1 t. ..
Monday. been spending the winter here left at their home on Brack street. do it? You've got to or lose perhaps .
E. B. Morrey and W. T. Beam, of for their homes on Monday.Mrs. i half of your money. A BRAND NEW LINE OF TOP SKIRTS. ; \ .Yw
Center Monday in Kisimmee. Oliver Wise, of Ostego Mich. who jIia j\ ,'
Orange spent Robert McCormick and daughter has been Devoe 10 gallons enough for the ." -
spending the winter in St.Petersburgt .
.. Ruth, of Sistersville-. Va., and stopped over here Thurs- average job; an average paint} 15. rice cloth cotton corduroy, khaki and Now reckon costs. Count labor .. "! i
K 6 doses 666 will break any case Ella Beardman of Woodafield.a. your a 00' .' J 9i
or Mrs. > 1
led on his old friend J. D. for Devoe Palm. Beach front ) 3 .? -w r'
day a gallon JO days; the ------------ -- --- ., >
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pf Chills. a
. < Fever or Price .,. have returned Woodbeck.. other 15.Devoe. I. . J.I.
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. -:: !'? !. ;..' & Reeves''of near Camp will Tampa remain and her St.for Petersburg.two weeks.before They John M.. Lee was confined to his about J$50' the average. paint SEC'OUR_ WINDOW DISPLAY OF NEW PARASOLS.' ;

"-.bell'Station was a ;visitor in.the.city returning to their homes.C. . room several days this week an account about 970 or $80: tie dearer the abor : :. : li .
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'v; .Monda'J' of Illness He was able to be out the bigger.the difference, always that hr y
,Johnson .returned Monday again the latter of the -. -
week much
: ?C.-W'Dann and Mr. part :
__ Mr 'and''Mrs from Miami where he attended the to the delight of his manfriends.. But that's for the job. How i long is _r.t, .. '..
and Mrs.: H. E. Cbl. motored to Orlando ',
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convention.He ,
State Press association it going to last T One twice as long as tr- ."
Sunday. left again on Tuesday for Talla- E. R. Yocum and family, of Ashton, the other. +,
?'; Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Relda, of Jacksonville hassee where he will "cover" the session 111., who"have been spending the win- DEVOE. Stanford : .
are guests of D. G. Wagner of the legislature for a numberof ter in Kissimmee returned home Wed- W. B. Makinson A; Co., sells it. H. C. Co.. :1
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W. A. Smith, of Lakeland spent Judge James W. Lilly returned l Kissimmee St. Cloud: ; -
Sunday here with his mother Mrs. Monday from Miami where he was
L. C. Smith. with the Kissimmee delegation at the .' -- t?

r, f James here Shirk left Monday who has for been his borne wintering in convention tion. He lent of the his State efforts Press to associa aid the ARE YOU READY :FOR THE | ";"k'\V ..-".. :,' :

endeavors - - .
Marysville O. committee in its successful -- -, _'- '... <. .., '
to land the 1916 convention for Kis- I .. It. 00..00..00. oo..uoo.. ........ .. .. .f . .
City Attorney Lewis O'Bryan spent simmee.J. "

fast Saturday in Orlando on legal W. Thompson who was the of- :.
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business. ficial representative of the .city coun-

W. H. Brokaw with Grilling Broth- cil at Miami in the campaign to land Easter Gifts
"- an, the tree peoplo. 40-tf the next meeting of the State Press Bar-by-kcw :
association, returned to the city Sun
, rr Mrs. G. H. Clark, of St. Cloud, spent that Mi- ) .
Mr. reports i.
Thompson ,
last Friday: here the guest of Mrs. ami day. did herself proud in entertaining .. .'"Ii. .:' i'4 i
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J. D. Woodbeck. ..
the press gang.
Cot William Beardall a prominent and Mrs. J. R. Taylor of Let not fleas and chiggers chase each other ap and down your -4- ;: :.' r
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.. attorney of Orlando was in Kissim- Marysville, 0., and Mr. and Mrs. T. spinal column, neither do yon let ant and roaches carry away your ,: ,' i

mee //Saturday. M. Brannan of Columbus 0., returned NEWEST OF NEW THINGS ., ; :
Eugene C. Bryan of the firm of to Kissimmee. Monday from a trip sew, nor do yon permit flies te scatter contagion in your family

Ragsdal A: Bryan, has Returned! froma to St. Petersburg, Tampa and Pass- nor skeeten te puncture your anatomy and drive you full of malaria. : -- ';
trip to Polk aunty.c a-Grille. They nave been spending THAT WILL PLEASE:
and will remain here ::
here _
County Commissioner R. V. Lanier the winter 'W:7E:5E: : : .1 'iy
of Campbell station, was in the city several weeks.BBrbank's .0- J-'
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,;, (Monday, on business.' .. Spineless Cactus is the Bee Brand Insect :- .;. ;{

.!",;J'itt" Miss Marion Latty wa ill the ftrsti World's forage wonder.latest fruit It thrives vegetable even, and on Powder 10 1 & 25c See Our_ Window Display of'These'. '*.1 -.j >

of the week and unable to leave GUARANTEED 'J.- "
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sunshine
i. ';y t, tier room for several day the sand feed, rock problem and for
;]7 i.'r* '$. Drawley was a visitor to Orlando poultry. Varieties that are right are :''.... \;-,' 4: nk

1e':r ,"J"L'I" ir' on Monday. Mr. Drawley week. made now for sale by Samuel O. Kidder, l-41b. Good Mixed Tea _________________________ 15c Arrived *- .. _: : p
a trip to Avon Park last Monticello, Florida. Send for cata i ;r '
',, " '* 14-3tpd > Beautiful China Free. .... / \ ,'
'',t. 'Jt'\ Mr. and Mrs L. R. Carpenter left log. j t'1, \ Ley" ,

i fj tt Monday, for their home in Lima 0., Peter Hilman and wife, accompanied 35c ..' ; .'- :. ., \ "., ken
.if. after spending.several week here.Miss by her two daughter Misses Win I lb. good Pure Coffee _________________________ "i\ !." ; the y

Kane Bryan left Saturday for ifred and Nora Malgetta, have arrived Valuable Tableware Free. COLE. JEWELRY COMPANY' ,-:;: ;:,,' .. ,"I.,: : man Y'
I'" 'I'I' thett '
''. in after in Kissimmee from Leamington ,t.
'her horn Miami spending .
/ Mr. HUman has purchased city 3Oc2Oc 26 Broadwa N;<;j. '
Can. th.lar'
t. Mveralweek* her with relatives.. property, which he is now improving Armour Star Hams _____________:______________ w..i," .. '" .
:1r.}:" J." L. Williams representing Rice and expect* to make Kissimmee his . .. .. .... .... ... . . . . ...... ... ... ...... .......!. f 4'U- i irN

\:".'v r... "A HntcbfetfljBdueator FCmily Shoe Store shoes this,week.called on future home. Kings Reliabje Hams _________________________ :-<,.. J-!,. ': aeni .

Mrs. W. J. S. Overstreet and daughter f tl> I,
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,1 ,A.J. ; .. l unter J. DiUard.left'Tuesday and will from thereto for Miss Helen Overstreet, of New 3 to. Ca' fTomaloeiI _______________________ lOc_ : '.4' -: .; :"
'.,..; Jacksonville go 8. C. York city, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. \ WE SELL FOR LESS---CASH IS KING* 'M. _4 : ,. i
..; < .his, JUIID.8tn. Spartanburg, G. W. Overstreet and family. They '25 j ...,4' near)
l'.r );Mrs: S. E. Hop, of '.Tampa. is were formerly of this city and have 6 cans Globe Cream ____________________________ C '.' ''' Jr : .t.l ; or rf+e.y

, 1. '.pending two weeks her a* the guest many friends here, who will be interested Can Opener Free. ;}' alleys ..

, lJ".. of,her daQ bter. Mrs. H. H. Huff. marriage to know to take that place Miss in Overstreet'New York 25 | Easter footwear ':for> Milady I ji: :, "i't i
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;-,f; , 'Mr.1 and Mrs. Hunt:and Mr*. Meyer soon i* announced. Oleo Butterine (Good) _._____________________-__ C "
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. .; ome' . ., Mrs.* B. K. Ranlerson Mrs. B. 'M 15c ;
"'.' me ," Carty- Miss Nan Alderman and Morgan 25f can Sliced Pineapple ___________:____________ .vamp. sad lest .: ..;.- ,> ,S4.o' : -.: ":. :

'/] :1? :E.J;.Voknm and family loft'Tuesday and John Alderman motored her 15cTairlor's caIar.fda; '--..)0.._-- -- ;-.._.. .. >
',e', " "foirtheir: home ta-Jowaafter pend. from Fort: Pierce of Okeechobe in- their big and Buick Bas ;.;\25ty'tanPork, and Bean ____.....______.. .;...:: V.-y'eU7. ,White NU BUR T....>.it* bleak bias"'.', AbeLtUly ; ;' .., \ r
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>t ';-ing'the;. !, last;,.siz (Bionths.., ::-in-.jKisaim-:; senger and way spent Sunday visiting. with " "' Yates e* ti>*" Aat. c..test FREE.,' ;; Nw Style direct fro..Wir.. ,. .,Yfk. ;: ".* ,Imo .;.r, .$'3 .50'' 'J' J.);;

.r, 'J" "" Mr.' and,,Mrs.: E.--L'; Lesiey;and Mr. ./ ? :.f: Your money' worth_ oc your. money back'.ar LPJ .-$4.OOIda. ..._......;.......,;..._;\.\II.:-._..___......... .'.-. : .firti ;
.J: 'J:,-'1\118.Belle i Heppntall]of7WrgntjiVSHe. ( and Mr.1* DeWilton Alderman.'V They ,.". ..,. _' ; ..Jj: *._' WC,, .' ." ' .< t 't.: Hid White .. ,' : ..., r " ,-r.
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, '.' ;' .'I-who 1 baa teeDri8itlDIr,S.' ULuper left Monday to return by way of.Day- .:"..t,, i fI.... ., '''1''t't. 'ti w aa/a1"P. .Ilpi' $- 5i.: ' ;tle

; ') and family,left Wednesday,for tona/'where they expected ,to ;spend I '." ',JUgoIar $ Had -: : :.'=';. ?. :: '\I.J'- .

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PAGER.' THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE: AI FRIDAY, APRIL t,, 1f5]!

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I: the State Banker association and the vate duties developing to'such an'ez-. ',

KISSIMMEE AODUBON: SOCIETY WORLD Ameftcan Banker. association were tent that he feels that,h. would not
I I NEWSIN SHORT ,BITS : elected prior to adjournment of the be able to give the proper amount' of ' ;)j
: State Bankers' association: President, time ,to the position. 0- -r r.
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: ASKS CAUTION ABOUT BUZZARDS A. S. Williard Palatka; ..first vice "
block
., The last remote hope that any of and representatives of the French government president. Forest Lake, Sanford; sec Tarpon Spring*.-Recently a" ,,
-- --. the submarine F-4's crew might be for the establishment in this ond vice president A. P. Anthony of sand-asphalt pavement was dug
'' Cautioning the legislature to allow : I ..-.x- < alive has. been abandoned. Acting country of a $60,000.000 credit for the Jacksonville'; third; vice president, K. from the pavement of one of:.the ,
streets at Tarpon Springs, and sent to, ,
t r'y the now-famous buzzard question to :o.. ....... . . . ..o. ...o Secretary Blue ordered Rear Admiral benefit of France. Formal announce- M. Price, ; fourth vice president the department of agriculture at A ,,'"
lay for discussion for at least Moore, commanding the Honolulu naval ment of the conclusion of this arrangement G..0.. Ware, Leesburg; fifth vice The, :."
another open two-year period, the Kissim UNION CENTER. 4' station, to report the exactv)location was looked for Shortly. president, T. C. Watts, Jasper; secretary Washington for examination. .
0 O of the sunken boat and the depth and treasurer George R. De- block was turned over to Assistant ;x

4 !at an enthusiastic meeting went held on Tope ... .. . .............. ... at which she lies, that the departmentmay Prevalence of grip has caused a Saussure, Jacksonville.Orlando. Director Wilson for the purpose of., *' fj."j jm.king
estimate the probability of salvaging large increase in the death rate in a test, and he states that it is
day evening at the Chapter House. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hughey are the the hull and recovering the pulmonary cases in New York, according The Retail Furniture possible that an expert will be sent
J The meeting was largely attended. parents of a fine baby girl, born TuesdarSMarch bodies of her commander and crew: to figures made public by Dealers for the State of Florida will from Washington to Tarpon Springs IJ.
: "' The resolution passed by the organization ; 23.H. the department of health. In the meet at Orlando next year, says Sec- for a thorough examination of the ',
n : ,, was as follows: C. Hoover and wife, and Mrs. W. H. Sullivan\ and H. R. War eld1 week just ended 880 persons died of ond Vice-president B. Z. Snowden, who pavement. :
"Whereas, there is now much earnesV Carl, who have been spending the of New York, and J. M. Wilkinson, of pneumonia, according to the official recently returned from Tampa where '
'qT r' j ) discussion and considerable agitation winter in Kissimmee, were guests of Valdosta, Ga., were appointed r ceiv- report, as compared with 806 in the the second annual meeting: was held. Orlando.--Senator and Mrs. Oscar .;
<, among the people of Florida re- Dr. and Mrs. Funk last week. They era of the Georgia &: Florida railway, corresponding week last year. The date will be fixed later by the Underwood, of Alabama, arrived In .'
garding the passage of a law givinga leave for their home in Shreve, 0., which has its general offices in Augusta executive board. Orlando a few days ago and are visitlng r'
f ;;, a bounty for the killing of buzzards, Monday.. Ga.A Phil.delphla.-Mrs Matilda Cohen, Mrs. Underwood Mr. .
Y t I. 1\1 "Therefore, be it resolved by the Nellie Barber visited her grand- eighty-five, of a prominent Philadelphia Miami.-Frank D. Hardee has announced and Mrs. J. II. Woodward, at Labelle, :
.. \ KlsRimmee Audubon society, that the mother, Mrs. McKee, Sunday after- rigid censorship on military news family was shot and killed by that he will not be a candi- hear Orlando. After a visit of two ., .
(t" i legislature be requested to not pass noon. Friends of Mrs. McKee will regret in Italy from March 31 to July 30 Henry B. Cohen, her grandson, who date for the Miami chief of police in weeks Senator Underwood will re. '.
I any law on the 'buzzard at this ses- very much to learn that she is has been established by royal decree then committed suicide- The tragedy the coming municipal election, his pri turn to Birmingham. i
1 'r sion, but that the question be leftS quite ill with la grippe. issued in accordance with a decisionby occurred in Mrs. Cohen's home and she
open to discussion, and be carefully Mrs. McClain had the misfortune to a council of ministers.A was killed while in bed. Cohen is be- n n __ "
: \ '. 1.. considered by the people in all its nail lieved by the police to have been -in
step on a Sunday morning.
; phases during the next two years in Miss Lessie Haye has just completed .- dispatch to the state departmentsays sane. 'J hey say he was in business ALL FLORIDA SOIL NEEDS LIME. I
y order that no mistakes be made." successful] of school Bull that when the Villa forces retired in Chicago. We Kri d oar IMC very 5.e-ae"eo Tor frt loe per peat rtfrlrmrr .at .e
term at
N. C. Bryan was a at Matamoros they left 200 dead ever, ..-: Our line l a rot rmmmttvVII.I.. NOT IIHI.HASH TMsAMMONIA f
,.. Representative creek. She will visit at home a week and 170 wounded, and COO horses on Philadelphia.-Lemuel T. Rathell. a which !. the ..rertal..u..tlty I. Mo.t fertilisers. \V. BMMfurOr. MM* i. 'S
present at the meeting and expressed and, then g.o to liig Pine, where she injuries Agricultural pBrpixw only\ mmt ...r..t_ 7.. utlafactlvB. A.Ik.. f.r a ores
the field after fight that lasted four wealthy dealer died from .
a oyster __ .
his opinions on the subject. lie also will teach school.Ur. pic. !>_ It t *.,.
q brought the attention of the society Funk a, A.summer I IJ. Story and Mr. billion hours and a half. The Carranza losses received in rescuing a kitten BLOWERS LIME AND PHOSPHATE COMPANY,
,o : to the habit of small boys in killing were given as eight killed and thirtysix from the slippery roof of the glass ... \
birds now protected bj the state laws. leave tomorrow on a fibhing trip. wounded. skylight] above bis 'office along the DEPT. "C," OCALA V1.0HIUA.'
Thev| expect to be gone about awC'c.k -- Delaware river front. _
The youngsters have (teen in the habit n
The cornerstone of the new Red
( 'y of shooting them with air rifle He A number of people from this community Cross! building here, dedicated as a >- e
7i i offered a reward of $5 to which the went to KiKsimmpp. to hear memorial] to the women of the civil G
i society added a like amount for the tll1 1 boy preacher Sunday afternoon. war, was! 'laid Saturday afternoon by ADDITIONAL STATE NEWS <.
HS* G: arrest and conviction of these lads. Union (Center was quite well represented Pn."id"tVil"oll in the presence of O 0 The of the worldare
mBfJ Mrs. Minnie Moore-Wilson as afternoon -ooe(
Audubon! in Kissimmee Saturday former President Tuft and a distinguished eyes
ident of the Ki Rimmee
1 so- Mrs. Lawson, .lunette. Lawson gathering Mr. Taft deliveredan ] I'ensacola.] One of the most famous
ciety, introduced her remarks by saying , Mr. and Mrs. Wetherbee and little oration. vessels] in the United States navy is
,; +il that the latest epidemic that had Bert Wetherlx. Mrs. Nellie!\ Weth- expected to be in this port shortly.
yti struck Florida seemed to be buzzard- erlipe C. N. Funk and wife, Dr. and Two persons were injured at I I This is the Olympia, which was the on the man whoSAVES
>' i ;) t jtis, a name coined by the Tampa !Mrs. funk, Mr. and Mrs. Dillion, Miss! Brownsville, Texas, Saturday, by bullets flagship of Admiral Dewey, on the
I Tribune. Julia Dillion, Mrs. Sprenif, !Mrs. (;uyM'C'leall that flew across the border dur- memorable Mayday in the harbor of
s i. Among other things she said: J. K. Hilliard, Jim and Miss ing the assault] by Villa troops upon Manila of a
"It is with much regret that the Irene; Mrs. Smith and Evelyn Smith. the Carranzistas, entrenched in Ma- battleship in Havana harbor, some
+ splendid talk we expected tonight on Mr. Turner and Charlie Turner, the tamoros, Mexico. One of the victimswas
years ago.
the subject of the buzzard is called off
boy preacher, spent the week-end withJ. a woman. Both were Mexicans.
on account of Miss Aultman's attack K. Hilliard and family. Neither was seriously injured. Palatka.The official program of
e of la grippe, and for this reason I will Mrs. L. II. Cohoon and niece visitedat I the eleventh annual convention of the
; '' try to a few points gleaned Hearing on the second writ of habeas -
t give you the Wetherbee home a few days Florida State Elks' association, which
from those studying the subject. I (last week. corpus sought by Harry K.Thaw's will be in session here on April 6, 7, ;
J "As for my own opinion, I wishto Ruth Harvey went to Orlando Sat- attorney's was postponed un- and 8, has been issued.
say that if the Florida legislature til April 6, at the request of counselfor
to visit her sister, Mrs. Floyd
a t resolves itself into a buzzardite and urday I'oele.Mrs.. both sides. Palatka.-The following officers of
anti-buzzardite convention that the I II
i Wetberbec is ill with nuimsy Severe losses have been inflicted
M suffragettes and anti-suffragettes will
i'I and has been unable to attend Sunday the German naval units in the
little attention-nor will there bet upon for
get time for any other good reforms to I ,school for two weeks. Baltic] sea by the Russians accordingto pAUSE a moment, young man,
be taken if buzzarditis becomes Reverend Chapman' will preach next a semi-official review of the operations -I If YOU AreTHINKING
up the self. The
t thoroughly epidemic. Saturday night and Sunday at there. German submarines are give a thought to

"As to the buzzard family we must school house. Everyone cordially in- said to have suffered considerablywhile

all recognize! them as the oldest san- vited. officers elected a number of transports loaded problems that confront you now, or .. ..r
The following were .
destroyed.
with have been
itary officers Florida ever had. To supplies

1 our knowledge, according to history, last Endeavor Sunday business night meeting at the :Christian President The Turkish government denies : OF BUILDING A will a few years hence. 1, ;
have been without
u they working a
Claude Barber vice-president, that there have been disorders at
; any
half starved half of the :
salary going HOUSE OF
ANY KIND, LET
Smith second vice-president Urumiah Persia. Ambassador Mor- .
Everett I
time since that day in ; Look about the of affair in
ever sunny yon- men country, date, n.tion-'u,
lIar-
Blanche Lawson; secretary, Ruth genthan' at Constantinople cabled the
-I I de March Leon, 402 found years this ago Healthful when Ponce and wy; assistant, RC'rretaryIr! !!. Funk ; state department that the grand vizier ME FIGURES WITH YOU.I in the world, are the men who started to save early in life. .

flower-bedecked country, and we know chorister Mrs. Funk; assistant chorister had so informed him on the strength ,
that Florida is said to be the "health- , Nellie Wetherbee; organist, of a report made to him by the Turk- AM PREPARED TO FUH- They have the respect and confidence of the community. 'I w

iest state in the union," while our Blanche Lawson. ish war office. i

progressive new editor of the Valley Mr.A.Turner I D. Story last purchased week. a horse from The French steamer Vosges, of 3-, NISH PLANS AND ESTI- Then look on the other side-at the fellowi who rpeod all tt 7 :f

Gazette claims for Kissimmee" the Bert Wetherbee is visiting, his 834 tons bound for Liverpool, wastorpedoed MATES AT ROCK BOTTOM make-they may have a good time for a while, but what does tfc Jt
"healthiest in America. Certainly r
K spot while he is and sunk by a German submarine '
"recuperating reflect?
we must give the buzzard, the sanitary grandparents off the Cornish coast Satur PRICES.W.H.ARNOLD. personality i.
from the whooping cough.
officer who cleans backyards and
a day. One of the crew was killed and
4s+ w lake shores, credit for this. The great- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO three wounded. The survivors were A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be tie '

r est objection that has been offered to : 0 brought to New Quay in a patrol nucleus of an honorable, independent career. "
the town and buzzard is that r
i city on 4 .
0 CAMPBELL ITEMS.. yacht. Make your beginning now-today. Your ;, .
a cold days he does like to warm his feet o
? on the chimney tops, certainly small 0 OOO.OOOO..O..ot&.O.OOMrs German submarine warriors have baak book will pave the way.State ,
reward for unceasing labor. added two names to list of ,
'"In the state of Maryland, such a J. E. Kirkpatrick entertained I' vessels they have destroy in the Contractor and Builder 'r''

bill a* Senator A. S. Wells of Leon Sunday Mr. and. Mrs. James Cope- 'I waters KISSIMMEE
FLA.
county, is expecting to introduce be- land, Mrs. B. S. Copeland Mr. and British steamer Falaba, one of the Bank
-/or the .Tallahassee legislature, was Mrs. Smith and Wade Copeland, of larger merchantmen to be sent to the 124 Summer St. ...... 2M. -,
4 > passed but at the end of a short period Kle lmmee. bottom was torpedoed off' the coast of
3' or time the people petitioned to E. E. Brown has returned from south Wales, probably with a heavy n
1 .. have the bill repealed and the buzzard Wimauma. loss of life. The British steamship ,
ahd black vulture again restored Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Burroughs, of Aguila was sunk in the English chan- of Kissimmee '- ''
J to their former rights-of life in the Kissimmee, spent Sunday with the nel, but her crew of twenty-three was Map

; air, with permission to come to earth Bryants. Stricklandleft saved. Capital dock -------------_______1_____________$100.000.00Resource .
flock and H.
when needed. When we see a Aaron Reeves C.
.Y of buzzards in a Kissimmee yard, Monday for Okeechobee City. An official 'communication relates, ere>* _________________________________ ...ooooo.oo ;
there is generally a reason, and if we Mr. and Mrs. Dan Huff entertained among other things, that General von "I .
r .i had no respect for the life of one of Sunday.Mr. Kluck, the German commander, who I Officers and Directors.C. <%
these sky sentinels, we should think and Mrs. W. G. Garrett, MiT: led the famous German rush into ;
A. CARSON. Pre.t
J. M. LEE Vice Prett.
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"4e of the number of officers and Miss .
sanitary and Mrs. B. R. Garrett France hi the early days of the war,
needed to watch the premises 'Of our Bessie Garrett. has been slightly wounded by shrapnel M. KATZ. 2nd.\ Vice Prest. i 1
negro population if we did not have Mrs. J. E. Kirkpatrick spent Sat- while inspecting advance positions ..
t these scavengers. urday afternoon shopping in Kis- of his army. The condition of: t ROM -THOMAS, Cashier
,. ?E "Our payroll are heavy enough simmee. the general is described at satisfac- 1 .
these war times and it is to bs: hoped Miss Wilma Hamliidge has returnedto tory. I
It ., our representatives and senators will her home at Lafayette, Ind., after
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think of the already heavy tax list as .spending a few weeks with Mrs B. An official Constantinople announce- .
well as the life of the buzzard family, R. Garrett. ment says a Turkish aeroplane drop- 1
.. who certainly deserve at least to live Aaron Reeves spent Friday of last ped bombs on a British warship cruis-
q during these hard times if they ask week in Lpughimn. ing outside the Dardanelles, but does ARE YOU GOING TO START A NEWSPAPER ?
'' ) no bounty nor help of our citizens. W. W. Clark, Dan Huff B. R. Gar not indicate whether serious damagewas
a, "For four hundred years, and possibly rett and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bronsonwere inflicted. ': .
; many more centuries, the buzzard in Kissimmee Saturday.
has soared aloft with grace and Miss Ola Campbell, who has been New York bankers have Beard that IF SO WRITE US ABOUT EQUIPMENTWe ;

.ease, secure in his knowledge of pro teaching school in Kennethvlile, has negotiations virtually have been com- I E. G. VANS AGNEW, Art, G'9q
c jection' and mankind, because of a returned home.Raymond pleted between! J. P. Morgan & Co., Valley Gazette Building. Have All Kind Of *
'- t" .penalty for killing him, has respected Lanier, E. E. Brown, Mrs. -- -------- <
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I, him. Besides, he has been the Aaron Reeves and Mr. and Mrs. Milt -/

S living model adopted by all aeroplane Bryan spent Monday in Kissimmee. C. A. CARSON President. N. C. BRYAN, Secretary.
,( inventors. He is as.'valuable today Mr. and Mrs. J. F. O'Berry called PRINTING MACHINERY
as he has ever been, and until Florida on Mrs. J.: E. Kirkpatrick and her

r can cease to.boast of being the healthiest sister, Mrs. Terry, Sunday evening. The Waters & Carson I
i state in the union, with a death Alex Bronson, Joe Yates, Mrs. r'
'1 : ,s rate of only three to a thousand, andwherefaccording Brown and B. R. Garrett are plantIng .
; ,to> our new editor, corn this week.
1 t' 1 funerals are few and far between, let Mr. O'Berry, of Bartow, was in T
?- t'r us keep the buzzard as intended by Campbell Sunday.W. Grocery Company
the Creator. ' fishing. G.Tuesday.Garrett and Dan Huff went FOR SALE mg.

"a'' GIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS"TO :, '
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? Look at tie tongue, mother! If mixed In cold water, one tablespoonful for sale. the following '
p o coated, your little one's stomach, liver butter. Have tomato juice boiling, '
F and' bowel need cleansing at once. add to milk, which must be boiling;
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I" FLORIDA VALENGIAS pole bridge line to to be be raised.moved Bids; fifty-seven on sand- NORTH FLORIDA OLIVET BROTHERS IN CROPS AT GREEN '.. --J'

clay; shell; modified asphalt; water. THE TOMATO DEAL SPRINGS, FLA

I Column Forward I bound macadam; macadam with roc- MIami Fla.. .Woodward, representing Fort Green Springs-Fla."-''CropsarV' .< ', ,
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binder' macadam.
NOW' BEADY TO MOVE mac BERRIES IN MARKETCROP '
material after bids are in. Ex- Olivet Brother of 835 late here on account of the cold, rainy

about $500,000.Tarpon Washington street, New York city has weather. The shortage Is-about 60,, ,
penditure CCC been on the east coast for the past per cent. Growers expected to. start '

CITRUS FRUIT MOVING IN LESS 'FRESH REPORTS OF PROGRESS Springs.-City will grade, HAS BEEN RETARDED BY two months. Mr. Woodward covers moving beans this week.., 'Cucumber

QUANTITY AND PRICES SHOW FROM THE ADVANCING STATEOF curb and pave portions of Grosse avenue ADVERSE WEATHER BUT THE the east coast from Colohatchie to are also short about 75 per cent. Tomatoes .'
Cypress and Reed streets and Detroit. At Perrine, Olivet Brothers an short 76 per cent too.
HIGHEST LEVEL, I N OVER PLANTS ARE IN GOOD CONDITION -
FLORIDA. Grand boulevard: concrete or granite will move about 250 acres of tomatoesthis
THREE MONTHsGRAPEFRUITDEMAND curbing; ..vitrified; brick, or sand as-, -THE ACREAGE IS ON season, and Mr. Woodward has NEW IN THE''' TRUCK BUSINESS. : >
I GOOD. Tampa.-J. H. Pratt!let Contract to phalt. THE INCREASE. taken direct charge of this acreage.At -;;;:: : {
Blountstown, "This point Is V
erect laboratory and office building. present from this point alone they I 1

Cars moved last week _________ 678 11 M Y Auburndale.-Special school district' are moivng three to five cars a week, new In the commercial truck business, -c; ,.
Cars moved week before last._ 763 West Palm Beach.-W. I. Metcalflet No. 6 sold $15,000 bonds and will erect, Jacksonville, Fla*-The strawberryseason Mr. Woodward making his headquarters but i Is coming 'to the front rapidly.
contract to erect building for offices school 6 brick auditorium to in the southern part of''the in Miami. An association has been formed and .,. P
Total to date ...____._________21,146 ; rooms; ; is about in cucumbers
etc. seat 400 cost $10,000. peninsula over and within there are many acres
Jacksonville, Fla.-The citrus fruit . rMiamiDr. ; o I the next two weeks the crop will be The sultan of Turkey has no less Irish potatoes, crystal wax: onion and

movement last week was 247 cars of E. H. Lyon is having Fort Meade.-Special tax school entirely done. The berry season in than 800 wives In his harem. early sweet potatoes.

grapefruit and 431 cars of oranges. plans prepared.for residence. district No. 4 votes May 16 on $15,000 the northern part of the state is now - -- -.A ryi
The total movement for the week was St. C C :' bonds to erect school, make altera- on in earnest and shipments from
Augulltlne.-Charles G. Mecklinis
tions, debt, etc. Bradford and adjoining counties will ,
less than the week pay
seventy-flve cars
reported to erect residence on Or- ] M ., soon be at the flush. The continued I
previous ange street Seminole.-Seminole school district cold weather has retarded shipments All Aboard for StetsonThink
The demand fpr Florida citrus fruit . I \
is considering election on $5,000 bonds but the plants are in excellent condi-
and St. J. .
is increasing prices on oranfres Petersburg. Shea will
to erect school. tion. All that is
now needed is warm
fruitis -
advanced The residence.
have considerably. erect C . ,
weather and
now holding: firm at an advance overprices t C C C Tampa.-School trustees accepted heavy shipments will Nine weeks' board, room, and tuition for $3!. March $1-
I start. The i is than
later usual
I obtained during the past three I St. Petereburg.-Dr. Henry C. plans by Bonfoey & Elliott, Tampa, and berries season will continue to June 1. Student. who cannot: enter at the start may enter later t i, rta
out
months. The fruit is at tys best, very Shurtlef is erecting two bungalows in for school; cost $40,000.( of the state three four move even for a week-and pay lees Review courses fer teachers' exa.laitlions ,"
from weeks
and full of and there has Davista; cost about $4,000; will erect to .
sweet juice e June 8 by Supt. Sheets It'* Stetson. That tell the story. I
usual.
been little complaint of dryingout on additional dwelling l later. Zolfo.-Zolfo-Popash sub-school district There Write for more particulars: "" ,
are no less than five refrig- -
the trees, as the weather'conditions voted $12,500 bonds for schools. ii !
have been such that the fruit has not St. Petel"Bbur.Joe Murphy will 4 erator box lines doing business at. ADDRESS J, N4
deteriorated even when hanging on erect residence in Davista; also plans Kenansville.-South Florida & Gulf Starke. The old buyers will not have I

trees which are full of bloom. There to erect several other residences. Railroad company has completed it all their own way this season, as DeLand Florida \,
Stetson
.
has been so much moisture that the St. Petersburg.Mrs.C Anna L. Box about one-half of its thirty-five mile their territory has been invaded by I University, \ \
Plant City, Kathleen and other 'ship
trees have been able to hold their fruit Alford Box line from Kenansville to Bassenger,
manager Manufacturing Fla.] for which J. H. Jordan, 56 Pine pers who have formerly done business
and to put on bloom, too. I
Co., Philadelphia, Pa., is reported to the southern of the
At
The citrus fruit season is backwardand erect residence street New York, is contractor. C. H. in part state. -
the bloom is not as early as last C Armstrong is chief engineer at Ken- Hampton there are about eighty acres
ansville. F. R. Lynch is president of Klondyka berries. The general con-
season, as the groves have been held I Jacksonville.Special] tax ;
back by the cold weather. I district voted $1,000,000 bonds for Geo. 1). Dayton, vice-president; W. S. dition of the plants is only fair, as
The crop of Valencias will start to 'school improvements. Pwinnell, treasurer; and C. J. Swea- there has been too much cold and /t wPay .'
move next week and as this variety is C If eTitusville.Brevard ;0I !ft>y, secretary, 421 Endicott building, rainy weather. Quite a percentage of I I you ,
believed that the I St. Paul, Minn. the crop is shipped through Starke. I ,
in good shape, it is I county commissioners I '
I aboutMarch to Our --fo" '
prices will remain firm. Grapefruit have plans liy A. K. Lewis, * The first shipments began buy - ;
also is holding its own and the demand {|, Miami, Fla., for graded and high West Palm Beach.-Everglade] Construction 1, in a small way. Last sea- .1
is improving. A good pack of the ,i'school ; about 138x220 feet; fireproof; company, general contractor I son there were six earn, besides express .. '
right sizes i ill bringing reasonably fair j j|I heating not definitely decided ; electric for construction of the Palm Beach shipments, moved. The growers ] Implements ,: ,
in almost every market. Indi-i lights}, Spanish tile and composition & Everglades railroad, has awarded I here use almost entirely thirty two

prices cations seem to point to a successful ,, roof; cost $fi.r>,000; plans ready April contract to Sanders & Co., of Miami, quart crates rrH
Fla., to build canal and grade railroad At Lake Butler the
strawberry
finish of the citrus fruit season, if 12. lids opened about May 15.
reasonable is taken in the mar- southwest from the West Palm Beach movement is on in earnest. It is estimated -

keting of the rare balance of the crop.- :, Mims., -- Hrevard county commissioners and Lake Worth canal, which is partof that there are fifty acres planted. C
The I'acker.49,120QUARTSlF. have plans by A. K. Lewis, the proposed I route. The acreage is larger than last
I Miami Fla.] for graded school; about I year. The leading varieties are the 1 1N
44x120] feet; reinforced I concrete walls; West Palm Beach.-Palm Beach Missionary and the. Klondyke. The 1<-
I ordinary construction; compositionroof Mercantile company will erect two additional crop is in good shape.

; cost $12 000 without mechanical stories to building; install ele- The berry crop at Maxville, Duval

equipment; plans] ready about April vator. county, is estimated at twenty-five t
* *
12; I bids opened about May 15. acres. This ig! Rome larger than last
SHIPPED Ybor City.-L'Unione Italiana has
.. 4 C CMayoMasonicPythian The varieties the i
Klondykeand
BERRIED year. are
j InvestmentCo. plans] bv Curtis & Adams. Tamna, for Missionary. The condition of the

]let contract to erect bank, office, store and apartments on Seventh ave- crop is fair but cold weather has put
. Plant City.-The wet weather has i store and lodge building nue; 70x95 teet; two stories; ordinary the plants back. There will be no ( ..
'
" Injured strawberries to some extent construction ; tar and gravel roof. !
rarlot shipments, the growers moving
n- and the receipts show a marked decrease Miami.-Southern Bank & Trust Co. CCC
the fruit by local
over last week. The conditionof let contract to remodel building:, also Miami-Methodist Episcopal church express shipments'l
the ground, owing to the wet \ erect addition 29x3! feet; ceramic tile South is having plans prepared by using the thirty-two quart

weather, was in such shape that it floor in corridor; two additional vaults, John Gaisford, Memphis, Tenn., for is believed that the acreage SL jo
I
larger next
season.
and for bank fixtures of building to cost $35,000 without me- I
from picking contract mahogany
prevented growers chanical At Theresa the crop is larger than',
also damaged berries on the vine so II and bronze to cost $15,000, let toG equipment.* C CSanford.Presbyterian last year and will aggregate forty ;

that many quarts were unfit for ship- W. Muller Bank Fixture Co., Atlanta church has acres. The entire acreage has been ,I, f rHOW IJ
the .
ment. The total receipts netted I plans by C. F. Streeter, Jacksonville, planted to Klondyke. The general con- Q J
growers 8875.24, and the total shipments H. Fla., for building at Third street and dition of the plants is excellent. There
Tampa.-E. Steinberg, Seventh ,
I were 49,120 quarts. will Oak avenue; red vitrified brick; 50x100 will be about two cars shipped from .
erect
avenue, $5,000 bungalow.Fort
The weekly shipments from Friday, C feet; auditorium to seat 600 people; this place and the balnce of the cropis "

I March 12 to Thursday, March 18, were Meade.-Wilson Trading Co., additional room for Sunday school; generally purchased by buyers at WILL IT PAY YOU?

as follows: Quarts Prices let contract to W. H. Lutes, Fort banquet hall to.seat. 150; cost $25,000. Starke and snipped from that point. THEY ARE BUILT STRONG AND WILL LAST A
r .
The here
Meade, to erect building, 50x100 feet. growers use thirty-two quart -"
Friday15,280 $2,826.80 a West Palm Beach. Methodist crates, and shipments are made in six- LONG TIME. .. : ,

, Saturday u:'_ __ __12,800 2,304.00 Arcadia.-East & West Coast rail- church has completed_ ._structure ty-four" quart refrigerators. The THEY RUN EASY AND DO MORE AND BETTER, '; ",.'1'xM ;1: +
__ __ __ __ 5,760 997.20 P 'P '
1.;' Monday road has completed its line from Bra- Packer. I WORK WITH LESS LABOR. : <\' '
,. __ __. 9,200 1,610.00 Bartow.-Lake Garfield Nurseries ,
Tuesday : ? dentown to. Arcadia, fifty-two miles, r ')" ;
THEY DO NOT GET OUT OP ORDER. ; ; 1 '
Wednesday 4,000 760.00 and has first train through. Co., capital stock $250,000, incorpo- t
{ -- -- -- operated \.t.i
:t"r. Thursday .. .. _.._ 2,080 895.00. C- C M rated, by Geo. R. Johnston and Vet 00 TO j YOU GET LARGER AND BETTER CROPS BE-;' -; ; ,w:

, I.. Bartow.-Grading for the Lake L. Brown of Bartow, and Lillian P. BETTER PREPARED.' , ,: ;s t

. ... .II. Total .________.49,120 $8,875.00. Wailes extension of the Seaboard Air McMiHen, of Pittsburg Pa.; controls B. DICKERSONPr CAUHkYOHAVEOTHE LABOR-SAVING :
(... Line is practically) finished and the citrus fruit nurseries about five miles "
'f'i' CHICAGO CITRUS MARKET. contractor, A. Langford, ,is from Bartow. CT....... Lath. PI.. Lath, Pet rutPlanter ATTACHMENTS.THEY .. .
4' from Bartow prepay C plaater Part., ElMe, Cteaaaatt ARE AN INVESTMENT THAT BRINGS BIG I
In Demand Offerings ing to remove to his Brtek, fir Clay ..* Fire Brick, H.__
" Fancy Fruit at Valdosta Ga. Palmet.to.--Manau.e Fruit Co., W ..
headquarters I'lera all .i.e. a HmU4lm Bloeka. RETURNS. I '
Farily Heary. C L. Preston, president, let contract G. K.'t....a; tm ,
.4' Chicago.-There was a little move- Clearwater.-City let contract Pin- A. Miller, Tampa, Fla., to erect 178x ARTIFICIAL STONE ,(,
ment in trade on navel oranges here ellas Construction Co., for 21,500 yds. 200 ft. packinghouse with 80x100 ft. PORCH COLUMNS ..* ELECTRIC
last week, and a good demand existed brick pavement; cost $45,000. ell; cost $20,000. LIGHT POLES : W. B. Makinson Co. Phone 123 rJ [

for fancy fruit. Offerings were fairly DeLand.-Volusia county" Fourth C'Bradentown.Manatee Cr.. Braadwar ..* ......... R R.. *
I 1 large, but did not include much fine district, contemplates voting on bond County Sar ......* 141. ; c4
stock; a large portion of the receipts issue of $35Q,000( in about six weeks. asota-Venice road and bridge district 4
Consisted of fruit that was puffy or C C voted $250,000 bonds to construct thir
otherwise inferior. The best navels i Fort Myers.-Lee county votes May ty-four miles sand' asphalt roads abridge ndI 1p

I were quoted in ('a rIots at $2.15 to $2.20 1 on about $200,000 bonds to construct to Sarasota key.

per box, and choice fruit, brought hard road from Fort Myers to Naples] I F0tm STEEL TRAINS ] t
around $1.90 to $2 with some stock I 36 1-4 miles, and graded road in continuation Tampa.-Victor Gimmer and Henry
J. Toussaint, Citizens Bank Bldg.,
selling as low as 170. Florida oranges I from Naples to Marco.16
were not offered freely and continued miles; total estimated cost of road Tampa are preparing plans for thea- ,
I to show more or less decay. | construction is $140,000 and $37,500 ter; 70x145 feet; reinforced concrete TO THE NORTHWESTDIX i Wtd
They brought $1.50 to $1.75 per box, | additional for bridges making total of construction; two stores and lobby on
at the auction the early part of the i $177,500; plan to establish road district first floor; fireproof; terra-cotta front;

\ week, and good carlots were quoted oat comprising 200,000 acres.i marble wainscoting; metal firedoors; _
i fire curtain; stage 60x55 feet; seating
$1.75 Florida to $2.grapefruit was rather scarce I I Hastings.; -City let contract Wilson capacity 1,200; tile floors in lobby; I E SOUTH D I X I EL EsPI SEMINOLE '.

and met with a good demand. It was I Construction Co., to grade, curb and composition floor in theater proper; LIMITEDAR.TIFTON $
FLYER. LIMITED
quoted at $1.75 to $2 in carlots and pave streets with vitrified brick; about gas' heating; copper marquise; cost

brought $1.75 to $2.25 in the auction. 5,308.2 square yards.Clearwater.R. $50,000 to $60,000.. * ,: ;!I n rNNT

Demand was quiet on California lemons T. Daniel, town Clermont.. M. Whitehead, Tam _

and the market was weak at for. 'clerk, will erect addition to city hall; pa, is preparing plans for hotel; fifty knr-
mer prices. They were quotable atS2.60 also pavilion at waterworks park. rooms: completion by November 1; M NING ,. NI NT MaHTq n o

to $2.75TRUCKERS ., Scott-Davenport Co., will be manager. Ill jfli ,m t
Jacksonvtlle-Duval county commissioners C C
1' ARE BUSY DALE open bids April 19 to erect' St. Peter burg.-R. G. Grigg and ,

AT AUBURN I armory: 154x178 feet; fireproof; gravel others will erect apartment hotel at ;.

Auburndale, Fla.-Truck growers roof; steam heat; $150,000 avail Davenport; fifty rooms; private bath -200 .

ard. wearing a smile as prices reoeived able. for each room, electric kitchenettes, An.MACON-5jRM. 4P
. s glass-enclosed; diningroom on the AR ATLANTA-SI7 AR COLUMBUS i.M y ,I :
for their produce were exceptionally *M..AuClEVELAND i
{
There Tavares.-Lake county commissioners roof; unit-type construction to permit
shipping.
busy
They are
good. of lettuce in this J. H. Compon, chairman, plans for additions; open fireplaces; bedrooms {
is a large acreage ud .
: heated with "
I section. I road construction to involve about 200 probably electricity.

, '(' The cabbage is i moving in carlots miles 1,091,046] highways lineal feet requiring roadway following; 329,630: Turkey's navy contains only four 7'5M.COACHES. M,, P',,
of it has netted
and the greater part '
I dreadnoughts. I r I 1 I
:
excavation I I )
cubic yards 1,147,610 ;
the growers $ crate. There i is the
; a large 1.251er Truckers square yards pavement; 01.62 cubic Invigorating to the Pal. and Sickly:: r mank,
also will have cucumbers, beans, yarsd concrete; 1,654 pounds square theft
;I.. SLEEPING CARS 0 oI r rathe.
and deformed steel; 5,146pounds reinforced The Old Standard gruttml atmtb mlna> tonic, G t "
eggplant
sweet .
potatoes peppers OROVB'S TaBTBLBaS chill: TONIC drama.MaMri..earkbeelhebiouda.db.lid.apeM.rr f
i later in the season. concrete steel; 885 lineal feet 12 to . ttr
<'j',' 24-inch terracotta drains; 1,552 feet tcm. A true toI c. For adalta and children.: SOc r 0a

,' WHOOPING COUGH. +

'r( W all-everyone! knows the effect of g gI rcenjrK

:. ...'"'Forests on Coughs. Dr. Bell's SOUTH ATLANTIC I t ,
r-r' ..Tar-Honey Is a remedy which LIMITED I i R t t J.lkk .

11 SsTV>rinrs quick relief for Whooping Solid through electric-lighted train. Coach / atTleer
[V' '.-Cough loosens the mucous, soothes t/f i ,.- ad
*" V'tb.linlng: of the throat and lungs, and The drawing-room and observation sleeping b n t ud (3 emon "

'makes the coughing spells less seveie. 4 car Dining cars serve all meals n ague 14 '.(". Svaiirftsr&Kt'tf>

.\ '"A family with growing children should Dixie en route. including supper, a.atk 5. ';) .
if'R' )\I not be without it. Keep it handy for Llmlt'd leavmg.JacbonvilJethe Aa.\i. ,' ':: '
bud Colds. 25c at Ire fs.t..t and finest : (c.... A .
i ; yo Lho.n. I41W4 t, a B *
comfort .. E't i
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ruCCoguugha oi
\ info to Northwest : .ttalD i J.."_. day ..irely ; fmamoiJuV IF

; I though one Wring eag-- /fT gl5p._, ...l7..ie- .. ':"" '1/: i l.

STRAWBERRIES FROM STARKE. JackaoDTilleiaroreaooiitor l nKKTCTW anti and IWurlll. aces ""r' .".. .' ,11 X' ..f"l,lrC
Boston Maes.---Two cars of open Chicago and St. Louis |E1 BTO I k JE I n"II DC. Thr....IP .!.3Montiomcrr -._! s: : : n J edJ car r n I4 X01 1 l I. 1'01; PIIG '-1
r crate strawberries from Starke Fla., : Route Ex.: ne 7f m '::t
MaL Sla lJaJlail '
ean for ladia..pet't. till po .
sold here from SOc to }0e. The < ,
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I i: ,berries showed good quality. phM to St. Louis give ,. DapOlt, CJ-mku! achotceofrontas.Dixie :i : 1 ; l J Tv ", "
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jf . v j
C1.Y.U.4. Prompt .
flyer to Chicago f ...Solid trains steel:ears' W _aer"." ether ;

?r; RUB-MY-TISM : is fa me us Kr ftain*service,errr?!convenience! _.,.1 *.4a .,; ,h.. :;.
)],year r .Write, "wii* or 'plaODe'e.. We'wQI ,,,..Mw.trs1a ,
f wnl' yotU'. ,nheumatJ.1I n work-t your schedule secure your ticket/. .

::t:JSTeuralarf Headaches,t: Cramps,' _,'- ,make,reservations aod i save yea time.aDd Iraoh.! '- 4
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!.CollorSpralne, ," Bruises;,Cut. ;).andA %. -\ H.C.rBEETETy.rlfi.a' tarwiiIs'Ag. ,;; r...:' '

T: Burns Old Sorest Stints'of Insects, t.a"1V.it. "a.;: IH Ww W at:(W...... Ian '- ,... :

k ,>,,iBtc. A ti epti< Anodyne.bed inTttraallf ,Dlract.addiviewtcste.totl.CaWtoeallE.piBU.: .:wriW10' A.ipsborui t9 lli. N -

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I I ..O.OOOOOOOOOOO.OOOO...: WE SHOULD 8MILE.The Send. Yow '
us ,
THE MENACE OF DOGSA. 1la WHY, JEFF! o thing, that goes the farthest to- ,- ,
Plant Was Once ward making: life worth while Y
J Indigo .000000000000000000000000.Jeff That costs the least and does the most, Orders For ;a aI
..1 .. ( II. Boo In Tampa Times.) is just a pleasant smile. ;
Florida Livingston, who, in spite of The.smile that bubbles from the heart
i s Principal :Staple .1 A telegram from Arcadia to this the fact! that he is the president of, that loves its fellow men J'.J,

newspaper Saturday stated that the+ the! great Snider Preserve company Will drive away' the cloud of gloom BEAMS {
i t000000000000000000000000091 and a millionaire, is as democratic as and coax the sun again. 1
:oF i.ooo.oooooooo..oo..ooooooc state board of health had advised the '
health authorities that his first name, wa* once a poor boy It's full of worth and goodness. too, CHANNELS.' :
Panama City Pilot: Indigo is one traduced! as follows: "Indigofera I local! an examination and his and patches with '>
1' wore rags with manly kindness bent; ANGLES AND
I of which had bitten
i ' of the dye stuffs that this country hai toria, Linn. Indigo. Shrub ;-6 tlnt-I eral children! a dog in, Arcadia! had sec the Vest of the "kids." Jeff occasionally It's worth a million dollars and it SHAPES tALL

?.... been deprived of on account of the with silvery branches; Ifts. 7-16 the animal had been suffering, proven from finds time to indulge in a little doesn't cost a cent. j ,
entire rather large, obvate-oblong, work and his most recent! effusion -
i t. l European war. Nearly our up- rabies; and instructions had been sent literary There is no room for sadness whenwe "
4 I I ply has been coming: from Germany, beneath; flowers small reddish yel directing that the victims! be treatec upon an incident in his early see a cheery! smile.It .
'. \J the latest official report within our low, in short racemes; pod nearly for the disease. career. Here it is: always has the same good look- BOILER PLATES I
t I reach that of 1907, showing the Imports straight somewhat knotty; 8-12 seeded TANK STEEL
: it's out of style
never ; I
e cultivated But will the instructions of the Two ladies gay met a boy one day;
from that country were 6.876(266pounds S. distributed Asia.-Long Runs wild south anc health board save the infected children his legs were briar-scratched It nerves us on to try again when failure GALVANIZEDOOPPUIl 4
that year valued at i widely from one of the most horrible His clothes were blue but a nut- makes us blue- AND
the
million dollars. Less than a million Indigo was known to Egyptians. Such! dimples of encouragement are I
rt forms
l Anil. Linn. Wept In. of death human beings can suffer brown hue marked the place ZING SHEETS
"Indigofera
from all other countries
pounds came ? where his pants were patched. good for me and you. I
which were France, United States, dian Indigo Much like the last, but So smile folks understand
} curved and Dogs are dogs and children are chit They bubbled with joy at the blue- I waya; what
,,' flowers smaller and
and British In/lia. pods \
Nicaragua by smile Is meant
dren. Which is the more important clad boy with his spot of nut- a
d But few are aware that in the early not knotty. West ,Indies but"now Will the parents of the children whc brown hue. It's worth a million dollars and it TRUSS RODS j

m settlement of this section indigo was runs wild in the southern states. die from the infection received from "Why didn't you patch with a color! doesn't cost a cent. STAY BOLTSSTRUCTURAL ,
that
f' ; t V" the principal article of export. I thousand It is stated by sterling Williams had forty been this mad dog feel that they have madea to match 7' they chuckled. -La Junta (Colo.) Republi an.'S. I
The reference to this fact by the pounds "
\ fitting sacrifice to stupidity Will "Why not with blue *, IRON WORKOF
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'. .j'.5 y writer in MR address before the OldSettlers' paid in London in one year withdrawal for Florida of the fact that this dog licked the hand "Come, don't be coy, my blue-brown I
but with the ALL KINDS
Haven last ,
(gathering at Lynn indigo of its master, thereby swelling that boy, speak out"! and they
week caused to enquire an tc the English in 17R1 the industry seems '
'1'I' many person's (conceit compensate them for laughed with glee; U. BULLOCK
where the plant could now be (found, to have perihhed of Ihe loss of their little ones, whom And he blushed rose-red, while he ALL HARD WOODS
4 and asking for further particulars Roberts in his work on Florida, .
I they had brought into the world andlovingly bashfully said: 1 hat ain't no
of the 176'i;: states that "The 1 Indigo plantalHo
1 about the indigo production nurtmed for some better end patch; that's me!"_
enrl\ tolonistsVillnims growcth plentiful in many of the I than to become the victims of a iiir,, II REAL ESTATE LAUNCHESDORIES

\ in his "Florida" pul> .h-1 southern parts of this province"Bart of 17HZ!> whose only excuse for existence inhuman ed to death from rabies, IH. enough to ." ." .,.,..." ....,. AND .,
D nl in i IK:i7, says: am, in his vsiiiings: ,,, habitations, is that it acts u1- make any normal man align himselfon SKIFFS ,
a the principal Maple of speaks of I the indigenous indigo! plant I the against dogs INSURANCEExamination
"lncliJwa" I II sycophantic ,courtier to M>m "spoil"or the side of fight BUILT TO
the I loiula planters while the Hutihli I of went I loridH, as growing in the has become I the object of the affection living among human beingsMidunl .
u possessed I the country. It t brought I I huinnioiks as follows: "Also in gn'atph'nly of some unnnluial woman sciencehas experimented of Titles a OJUH nUOII.EHS
1 of brought to the pmiirnal (Indigo, ; it grows file of AND
i the highevt price any I It. Hugs weie once) necessary to aid in fol'"r to discover cause
? : ti the I London niarki-t, with the exception 111''h'l'' six and seven feet high, and the piotcclion, of isolated homes, butin rat i ins: but it has so far failc.d to other I TANKS BUILT TO

." ,t...' ' of that from ( araniM, which .was "nid] as thicl!. together us if it had been I this I di\ telephones<'s. automobilesand than I isolate the germ Hut that dogs Specialty. OKDKK
!i i r to hour !horn manufactured\ in a better plaited! and iiiltivatid"One automitic revolvers, they are of ,develop\ mines and do so under very
t, inuniRr Except I cane, thin in the I of (the objects ..r lr 1 urnbull'sili little use from that point of \ )lewAnd .disMiiiil.n' e',.nif,lisn' I is a known fact CorresDondence Solicited. PUMPS FOR ALL

i...' :, most certain iop rained in I'lorida ,.11. ,,itinii" ..Minon.ins: I'll', on the they I are of utterly no useto No:: dog 'is free from the latent taint PURPOSES
I .' It is a native of the country Our 1'11'011't ;in ] 717'a; the I glowinginul pcrsnns dwelling;! III towns and citiesA \( and I theieis no hour' 11a dog's life COMPETENT: FORCE

,,r I,.. pate barrens are covered with It. The I lIIII'Il'': ' 'fU"" e of indigo 1 iftcen' hunting dog is a pleasure', but. it w hen| it is not possible for it to go FOR ROAD WORK
old fields cultivated bv the 1nglish; hundred people from \Italy, Greece; should lie kept in the country and suddenly mad, rod kill to the right LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEY
4 ,; sixty \enrK ago are still l covered with S Mii\rii.i and Minorca were brought properly restrained from, doing pos I and left with much more accuracy and AT ALL TIMESJACKSONVILLE :
M : it, ill spite of time and cultivation. over h\ Inn and sctH'd at Mosquito sihle harm to human beings I rtainty than an insane man with a
; While it was raised and inlei Reports show Unit this colonj Uniestriiinod dogs me a constant I loaded 1 repenting rifle AT LAWSPECIALIZING
"h manufactured on the same plantation, made'! and sold quite an amountof menace to evermc'inbc'r of the Ihe city of Tampa has an ordinance
the usual product to each hand was indigoIt rminlt> In which they are "c.nm'l passed to protect the citizens and

0' ... 175 pounds and it sold at one dollar quite naturally] occurs that it roam They not only carry diseasege'rms children. from clogs It should lie enforced -
limit. Dog owners who
infections its
per pound. might lie profitable' to restore this and spread animal to IN
of the the United this law and deliberately endanger -
Chapman in his "Flora in the woodsof which cost the people of defy
.ancient industry piney
Southern States" who spent much I the lower south If war prices are States millions of dollars every year the* lives of others through their FLORIDA
time in this Immediate vicinity being would be, and but htey are a constantly murderous i ignorance and selfishness, should be ABSTRACTAND ,
i It certainly - -----
continue (
resident of Apalachicola, mentionstwo to menace on account of the latent possibility severely dealt with I logs should be
a I if ;
(Germany
+-r species that are indigenous and there, is no reason million why dollars worth of their development of lalnes muzzled and kept in leash And the Cures Old SO"'. Other Remedies Wos't Curt.

two that had been introduced it being i can produce a this alone, Why should the citizens and taxtacirs clog owner should I+t lie held responsiblefor ; The worst cu.e.. no matter of how lonr(.ndJn
from the latter that the indigoof I of this dye-stuff for country [ of any community spend thousiinds the crimes of his or her dog. They are cured by the wonderful', old reliable Da
g made. Ihit it could not be profitably produced of dollars to proh..1Ih"lr are not compelled to harbor such u Porter. Antlneptlc Hrilfng oil It relieve
) commerce was I in this ,section, where the plant is every year life TITLE WORK rim and Heal at tbfle time. 23c SOc,'ljO)
/ These two are Indigofera tinctora, homes and families from posse menace to human
and Indigofera Anil. Of them he' 'indigenous hit.! criminal activities) and then bearced -- ---
states, "These two species were formerly Possibly, like other dye stuffs Cer; to pel mil a useless cur to slid TGG' 4Q 0PJ
in (the leaf I -x--
cultivated in some of the states, many receives the indigo lenly go mad and kill without even
') and employed in the manufacture of .and manufactures it in that country, Lhe incentive, of revenge or gain' i friend Tourists !
r Intligo I but in that eaw. the product has to Ihe thing is preposterous I logs I SEE D
bear double freight from where it is be allowed to live close" J
m Bailey's Cyclopedia of Americana should not in ) Be independent. Own yeur ",
Horticulture gives the following account (frown to Germany; and from there intact i ( with man I Like many other > home when" you ran do so practically -
of this early indigo production: here, and the product of this section bsolete things in the modern day. the same as paying{ rent FOR SPRING PLANTING
"Indigo is mostly the product of would not have to contend, with this [he ,log'. usefulness is over. exceptfor See if something in thin list A.rlo .

Indigofera tinctona, of Asia, but is I hurdes spoiling |par poses, and when used appeals to you. < .-
also made from the West Indian species feu that, he can lie Kept under control I A fl* 1. Anil Other sp"'i"s. even of Till C'K. GLOSSY; HAIR ; \a here' be1 can do no ha nn.Every I rood turn t/n n. ..lr.*|i ,.*"ll. Kixtttlnrlu crop
..
t other also ywld indigo These FREE FROM DANDRUFF ; hum at his accustomed placen hhorbood. and icoi l HtrertS We can supply your wants. Write for JeW catalogue.
ei- genera nil ftMli |itt> men' wed 912': |> .r
early introduced into the hark of I the saloon will I tell vow. month i.IT iirltMlpnl ntlre: pur-
*"" the rpecimens southern were states for indigo making Girls! Try it Hair gets soft fluffy .Mth tears in his bleary eyes, that n ); i'hfiHC pr..<.r onlv "'.:UN'. KILGORE SEED COMPANY
and bt'auliful-t't; a 25 cent is man's best friend and undoubtcliy } A .lk-r.om bnun f "M, foot lot.Mr .
once\ munu lug ; .... ..
and the product was ;1. nowl.a wrll. eh/Mlt 'IM . eta '
"xt..nThe bottle of Danderine. .. the hum knows, for he has few
considerable CITY FLORIDA
month
: }
factored to a | mPLANT ,
it 1rant was introduced into South Caro If you care for heavy hair that glis- frienels but dogs, who will fawn over A n.-r.mm hour, 11,1501 .4tllraalrr

;,' x; line in 1742 from the West Indies. i tens with beauty and is radiant with iis filthy person as readily as they A ten-par room lII..n'mo ,commercial' softness and mil over the dainty hand of the ladyn ,,,. .. .
When it was found that life; has an incomparable cold '*.r. o of the b* t !
indigo could be made the British gov Is fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine.Just silk Dogs I are not particular in I fh.- oily Ask .',oa'..lt<
of and misLress A rven-room ("ou with one.
r- ernment offered a bounty. In 1775 thee I one application doubles the heir[ choosing master tvto or are lot.A derided b.rln. a
( production was more than 1,000,000 beauty ofi your hair, besides it immediately and neither are they particular .> .
ef indigo. The war for inde- dissolves every particle of as to which little sweet and Innocent '/'wo b...rdl.r hoa... la good

1' pendence pounds checked the industry and dandruff. You can not have nice! loath child from they the put convulsion into the of hell rabies.To of a. location, .rkeap.iiaghty ..r... .land. a.i_proved, What About Your Insurance-
thereafter the rising importance of the heavy healthy hair if you have .e to railroad 9:m per acre
cotton crop, among other things droveit dandruff. This destructive scurf robs have seen a child being convuls- Him huadred sad forty: ..areared
at 92O: "
laad
cltra
to the wall. But as late as the the hair of its lustre its strength and KIT aad ...-..... tra per..t. fro a* J''
middle of the present century indigo Its very life, and if not overcome it Calling Card '17B up.Ia No matter what you may want ia the way of Insurance, I cmm l

7 places.continued Plants to be still wade persist In in remote some produces the scalp a; feverjshness the hair roots and itching famish of, Wedding i Announcements proTe4 laad for ..... .apply it 1\ make. i specialty of Indemnity and Fidelity Bonds Life, I.- I'
Work
'places, as escapes from cultivation] but loosen and die; then the hair falls out Engraving Best of Work I Guaranteed a. Specialty MRS. SUMMERS Fire Accident Health and Tourist Insurance p
which give from bottle ofKnowlton's COM Praflrld St, one blk w .t '
Is. grown from seeds, Fast. Surely get a 26-cent Send for (Vices and Samples of Cl7dc ATf.a (CI,..... H.. :3.d Cenrteons and prompt attention no matter bow
v two to four cuttings of foliage the Danderine from any drug ......e _... ot eoar.""._ I..d- I ,
first year. The indigo is not contained itore and just try it. LES JEWELERS I.. .0...h). large or bow small an amount yon wish.
-. in the plant but the dye is a JAX FLA .
product of manufacture lu- BEAUTY KNOWLEDGE.While T "" O OOO.O. .O.OO.O..OO.

coside indican which is contained in CARSON FARMERGENERAL
-
, the herbage and which is obtained as bathing the face, treat your-
an extract. Indigo seed is offered by self to a little gentle massage 1 Dip INSURANCE.
hands in the water and rub the
salesmen) describes the two species in- heeks your with the flattened palms, benpr Thone 2303. Dakin SL
Bailey
careful to give an upward pressure i II I
w. I end be very light with the downward I The Favorite Store of Kissimmee I J
TEN WEEKS IN BED-EMINENT stroke Place-the thumbs under the I '

chin and iron out toward the ears

PHYSICIANS FAILED--WONDERFUL with the hended first fingers Clasp
the back of the neck with both hands

so that the fingers touch in front .
I RECOVERY. Never dry the face with a rough tow- FURNITUREWE ?

el; use old soft linen if possible. The
soap must be carefully removed with YELLOW PINE. LUMBER CO.r
:I '- I wish to inform you of the /great clear water Always, after using soap
benefit I have derived from the use of and wat.r on the face anoint with ,
Swamp-Root. I had been a sufferer flpwer skin food which will
for more than twenty years from kidney do orange wonders toward keeping the touch IT New Owners -- New Management

tic and liver trouble and was almost of youth in your cheeks HAVE .:;
F constantly treated by the most eminent For scrawny wrinkled hands try r-
4''* physicians who could only give massaging{ with olive oil. First warm I

', me temporary relief. I had been in half a cupyful of pure olive oil in an -
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r bed ten weeks when I began the .use enameled dish set in larger one of -------- EVERYTHING a

is: of Swamp-Root. Inside of twenty- hot water. Wash your hands until
four hours I could see that I had been perfectly clean\ and allow them to soakin In connection with our Hardware line we carry a complete .

greatly benefited. I continued to use clear water for at least twenty tine of furniture. We make a specialty of outfitting homes, and
use Swamp-Root until I had used several minutes-this is to open the pores and handle reliable W
bottles when I really felt that myt' makes them receptive. Pat the hands TO BUILD YOUR HOUSEWE
old trouble was completely! cured andI nearly dry then drop a little of the 7X

am positive that any person suffer- warm oil into one hand and massage Bed Room Furniture Dining "
ing with kidney or liver trouble can the other; alternate the. hands until ,
I be cured! by the use of this prepara- the skin refuses to absorb another Outfits Par-
i' tion. drop of the oil. Wipe the hands dry Room Suits, Kitchen HAVE ITWe
"' in the best of health, bet- do not wash
I am now with a soft cloth but
ter than I have been for ten years or them. After doing this daily for a lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers, "
,
more. I do not know how to express few weeks you will find your hands are fully equipped and manufacture all grade of lumber .rough '
myself as strongly as I desire in fa- out Couches Etc.
plumping again.
vor of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, as I and dressed-Ceiling, Flooring, Siding, Doors Sash, Shingles Lathe
it saved life and Your Child's Couch is a Call for Help
am sure that my
w ryf that my good health is due entirelyto Don't put off treating your Child's Window and Door Frames, Moulding of all kinds, Framing dressed and }

'' this great remedy. I heartily and recommend ! I Cough. It not only saps their strength This store is making a record for itself in the matter of rough. Cypress Lumber We also carry a complete line of Brick Lime,
it to every sufferer am but often lead to more serious ail Come and Our prices are
home
outfit see.
helping to
people
confident they can! be benefited as I ments. Wh risk? You don't haveto. e Cement, Paints, Varnishes and Glass. We are able to ,famish you
vt' have been. It is a pleasure for me, Dr. King's New Discovery is Just right ; '
gentlemen to hand you this recom- the remery your Child needs. It is everything for your house or your barn, from ground to roof. :t +i;

Le mendation. MRS. H. J. PRICE. made with soothing healing and anti- rr
r 1406 Center St. Portsmouth, Ohio. balsams. Will quickly check
septic
:ii rv' Personally appeared before me this the Cold and soothe your Child's TOOLS fOR ENGINEERS:
18th of September, 1909, Mrs. H J. Cough away. No odds how bad the
Price, who subscribed! the that above the Cough or how long standing. Dr.King's I Send for Free Estimate 1'
made oath
and
same statement is true in substance and in fact. It', guaranteed.New Discovery Just get will 8'stop bottle it. No matter what kind of an Engine yon hare-Gat, Steam,

I R. A. CALVE Public.RT. from your Druggist and try it. Railroad or Stationary Eagin*-we have exactly the Took yea

Notary There are several villages in Russia ae d ia your everyday 1'ork-Wnacla Hamfmen, Oilers, etc., We will be glad to give yon Prices and Estimates FREE. Contractors':::

Kll LetterDP. ...t.* C. where shoeing horses is an everyday all of the best quality and workmanship, and at prices that will estimates on house bills receive prompt attention. J

(k ,ry -al __..., 71. V. task for the women, as the whole surprise ,.oa. This store has the reputation of handling only ,

6" Will Do village is engaged permanently in hardware that b of superior quality aad yon will nuke .. mistake
:PTOT. Swamp-Root
t.t : ); :, "'>r What_' For Yon.v aetly blacksmithing the same and work the as women the men.do ex-, la. coming. here NOW, and inspecting oar big stock.

,"'; Send ten cents to Dr. Khmer Co., Yellow Pine Lumber Co::

\ 'BlDcbamton..N..Y.. for a sample size How To Qlv QalsUM To Osfdree.VE .

bottle. It will convince anyone. Yon arLiUI.tawtr.d. ..rk*.....!*._to..
.
,
'will also'receive a booklet of valuable tacroiwd QooI.I- *tU.TMtelM8rnni ........ .,' c _' '
Information' about'tb0*,ikidneys' and to Uk ....doe. >a* U U .
and lk it w arne know QtoUaI- p
'r bladder.. When ..wrttlnff/ sure AIM.."..cIa1'Ie4 to adults who c.aa.5ak. I .. :" n ,.
4 the ..Klsslmmee. Valley Ga- ....u.uy Qoot"... DOM aot _._t* mot 1 1u. : -. *
'(..mention ; .. .... ; ; ; \ r > i" : : ,OUR '*
liafinm the bead. Try >PROMPTNESS WATCHWORD \* "
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r..;,' doter site bottle. .. for... .sale. at aU druge Ask for _mrae.orlstnl .. The . .. . .t. <:" ,I. '. '. 'o'J" ."' ..
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F 1. -- : .' .jj.jjAdvertisements .. : t>ee>...*:Office**nt. '.. ,at, "Serial ata'UI"PI.I.t.rI.u', Xo. _044IT._ '..; SprayiRf. :Scheme For 1htr: r I l'o.f' I lusect, : : pEEDS- AND. MORTGAGES!... ' .'.. PHYSICIAN. ..'.ami. !:. .. ,,}I '1C

KP'1'r'l11 : ..... .... hll '- .11
: : .O 1ft . too '.
,: I : : : Netlom hereby at.......that' John W. Pests on Citm Trees l in Florida OflKe, at'ReaUUaeei. 4O1'lS' $' -.'
'<..Jj.; : ' Campbell. of Lough man. Florida. who : The following legal papers 'have, Telephone SII. J 'i)' Jjc
'iiiiuis1ii'iuuiiiisi1ii on February II, 111, made Homestead2ntry ,
been '
filed in the office of '
Clerk '
.
I No. OI4IT. for NK 1-4 of SB) 1-4 County ... ., :; '1..
1,44, % "HOTICBJ.Notle .: and SB 1.4 of NB 14. ...,tloa '1. tow. 'By W... W.. 'Mb.fIiIS..NMeSISgyp; . Orlanele, riprldeOf I. !. Overstreet: : J : I .
:
'- ship I* South 17 Blast Tallahaee Esther !
: rang O. al
-, Bandar ot -William .
\ !. "h..by..I..D. that 'a m.t.E Meridian. _s.L.p... sassspp'aksss: '.. ... -
Dig of tb. stoekholdera of Th< Wat rs tion to make five-year has filed proof.notice to1 of estab inten- ,. '- . .. - . ... . .pppppppp. . . .sasapas. .flWrWflflVflflrflr ssssss a a a s..v.v.t. Bronson warrantr' deed. ' ,.'THRASH ,

'.v ., Canon .Oroewry Company !. hereby lish claim to the land above described. iotai Esther O. Barclay 'et 'al 1 'to Do...1'M. ;; ,
WJuWruWIf 4
alle4 to b* held at. the town ot Kl.- before clerk of circuit court at Kl. the damage caused by .insects # SHEET L-WOHB'' .
I ,L Silnmee.. .Florida. pn I the 10tla. day ..f Immee,uf'orld"$ .on tb.,..I.th day of- .to citrus in. Florida" more than 'GREZNflORFAiis.m'c Breaker;warrant deed : c : .. :
Cattle
'ApriL A. D., Ill I. to provide "for the Southport Co to John M.
April '
.
96 '
be
per cvnt. attributed to sixp.cieL '-' ,
"
.... the may Steel Cefflogs r
-Gr capital took ot Mtid a SpecialtyDJLAW.SHftWO
Claimant Lee.
names wltnmuesf 'Bo mortgage deed.1Hunter ,
_
They Neeci. Not G (Jr
I1 Corporation to On. Hundred Thoaeand ur* .o. Hancock, of Flor The most destructive is the Wrong Agrlcal.tarally 'Wmnul'tltlry. .
and no-100 (lloa.OOO.O) DeliaI", and ida: Clern T. Sullivan fbr.--h citrus fly" (Dialenrodes elr1'R.'A: H.) in OsceoU, Coanty.'" Land. Co, 'to '. .Par, . 'P'hese"141.fl', JtI... _!V'
to further amend the Charter said Florida W, F. Sullivan of Lou hlllan. which now infests nearly. all Residents 'of Osceola county. who 'warranty deed. .
groves -
Corporation. .o that .Jt. Vhall .read as Florida; Charle*'. B. LaIot Loach* Southern Colonization Co.-to W. H. ; : - '
-r S atated ," man. Florida. : in the state. The' second most destructive end"information ,to -prospective set - 01''
-. '1..UW.CA: Pr..lclena. ROBERT W. DAVIS. pest Is the purple seal (Lep- tier about land agriculture,, etc, Moose, doecL'- : '

c '.: N.,O. BRYAN. Secretary.mOPOSBD. ll-ltpd _,__" .' .&-1.t.P. Idosaphes beckii Newm),' which is should Snot forget one of this coun Seminole Land Investment Co;, *, -7

r NOTICR! OF ADMlMlSTstATOsV found: in greater' lesser numbers on i ty's features which is very importantto to Carrie Seager warranty' deed. .

- /CHAMTBR (For Final Dtae...'...) every .citrus tree in the state. According i such prospective settlers. .Carrie Seager to Charles L. Coolson, DENTIST .
h-- or v.----- to .my. observations the rust In fact, this feature is so' impor warranty' deed.Donefall Upstairs la KaU BuildingOffloe -, 0(t : S
v r
4 -t THE-. WATKHS CARSOM GROCERY !.F1rt C. .".. .f Jsidare o-.aa, atat. 0< mlt< (Eriophyes oleirorus Ashm.) tant that it should be emphaalMKJ in Cattle Co* to T. M.Rivers, Hearst. a;:;.:3av... It m.Tel..n. .. '

.\ CO.P..y.' !. ... Kmtmtm ..3Peter Ctouty.I' rahks third. The Florida' red scale all county. or community' advertising quit claim deed.Southport Ho. t, ,**', ** fiteaDR. -_,

Uullas (Chrysomphalva aonidum L.), the matter issued from Osceola county.. Cattle Co., to Orlando : '

.1 .J. /, ARTICLE! L It Notice may concern I* hereby that given on the, to 4th all day whom of cloudy-winged white fly (Aleyrodeanubifera This !is-that Osceoja. County- and Bank and Trust Co, chattel: mortPrL.IA.le"let ,, -:

I,, ).' .b.The The name Water of A the Carson corporation Grocery Company ..ballI September A. b.. 1111 I hall apply to Berger now known as Dio- the United States department of agriculture ? W. W. CARSON V

and Us principal place of buatneaa -i the aid Honorable court a* judge T M. Murphy.of Judge, for of leurodes citrined Morgan) and the red jointly employ arf'expert agriculturist al. to First National -

shall be In the city of Klsdm- I Anal discharge a. administrator probate of th* spider (Tatranychus. sexmaculatus RI- to advise or consult with Bank of SanIord. chattel mortca,... DENTIST' ,

pn... Oecrola county. Florida with estats of PetejOullaa deceased; and ley) are also of primary importance.It farmers and fruit growers in this Lottie E. Moorhead to Nathan W. Office over Pilley Building III
ranch olTloea In uch '
place or places I .
In the elate of Florida and other places the that said at th.court same my time final will accounts present a.to ha. been the object for several county as to crops adapted to their Moorhead warranty. deed.P. Office. Hoars:'' I-:.It. .2-S. . ,.,'.. ". a'S

\ In the United Stat. or in foreign countries administrator of said estate, and ask years to perfect spraying scheme lands methods of cultivation, etc.; A. Vans .,Arnew to Joseph 8. Office. 'Phone 111 e.Ide.4e '...... W"Oaa '
a* tb. Directors may determine. for their approval. which would largely eliminate the that this is the sole occupation of this Stratton warranty. deed. AdmlnUtered for. lUtraetio oC ,
,'I ARTICLE: IL Dated March 4, A. I)., 1915. that his time and advice Teeth : > '
expert
caused There ; at '
The ireneral nature of the bualneae N. C. BRYAN damage by these pests. are Harry A. Hunter to P. A. Vans _.

'. to be transacted by said corporation oa-mo-for-tmo Administrator are also several pests of secondary the services of whoevef wishes or will Agnew et al, mortgage. '"- '.....

hall be to buy cell and dral In Krocerlea I importance such as the woolly whitefly accept them. Harry' A. Hunter to E. Nelson Fell, DR., 1L 5.,GEIGEK TT :! ."..
hardware and all kind NOTICE TO CREDITORS. .
,
dry goods
I II. During a residence of 't'
of merchandise, to buy sell manatee (Aleurothrixus howardi Q.) and many years assignment of'mortgage. ,' I
:( lease and develop land and conduct a c.... of the C. wty J.01... State the purple mite (Tetranychus mytilas- in the north I found ,that many people Harry A. Hunter to P. A. Vans PHYSICIAN andSURGEONCitltens .'

..rr eatate buelneis and tobuy of Klortosi. Oeeols Cesm<)'. pidis Riley), which this spraying there are deterred from moving to Agnew et al, deed.L. .
and cell land for It* own account In re Estate of Milton 8. Cowger scheme will also Florida by fear that ignorance of Bank Building :-A :
.' and on commllon; to build on. To all creditors. legatees, distributee partially. or completely Florida would W. Farris, et al, to Joseh Kline, ICIlmme. ..' Fla.. "".,v. .
agriculture etc. ,
own yl Improve. and develop land owned and all persons having claim. or demands control. cause I. warranty deed. Phone Office III or 44 -t, .,, .
thin corporation; to manufacturelumber against .ald- estate: As a general proposition the time them to fail in growing vegetables or Anna M. Blaich to John J. Smith et B..ld."I' .,14-lyv :,. ..
"I... timber, naval (tore.. crontle. fruit in this state. ,, ... .
,r turpentine timber product. and to You. and each of you are herebynotified to spray for the control of all pestson 1.1. warranty deed. . . i i s T
, I...., hire, own and act a* broker, factor claims and required to present any citrous trees is when they are present Even many "people who well understand W. A. Clelland to Isaac Wlsterman '
and demands which I ,
,
? or ag-ent In the c.h"'oei; Bale real' i either of you may have against you the or in such numbers that, if left to northern cultivation of fruits or warranty deed. T. M. RIVERS M.D. ',' \; .1 i.
manufacture and
& vegetables do not Florida _
remove to '
estate of Milton 8. Cowger deceased reproduce without artificial hindrance
thereof O. J. Tomlinson to J. H. I. '
;, property and product andoommodltl late of Osceola. county. Florida. the In because of this fear saying nothing of McBeath
would become
**. rood, ware and merchandise undersigned administrator of said they soon injurious. warranty deed. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
of every kind Including navaltore e- I other words the should be killed the more numerous "greenhorns" who {
tate, within two year from the date I pests John M. Lee t al, to Southport '
", *, blacksmith and copper* tool hereof before they do much damage to thus are "scared" away. Office over Osceola Pharmacy :e
and Implement and sawmill tool. and I Cattle Co.. warranty deed.
Dated February 9. A. D. 1911. The alleged of Florida
"poorness"
either the tree fruit. The Thone Residence$
Implement of all sorts to operate and or pestsshould
: ,
Flora al
J O COWC1ER. Evans et to Henry Evans
,
I land is much Office 141.H. .
magnified in the i.orth ,
f conduct sawmills. planing mill. and all l-gt AdministratorAUMINIftrilATION .,_ ; always be kept in such a state deed. -
warranty ,1',
w. business Incident thereto, to buy raise of to do little and is proverbial there. Agricultural
subjection as or no
and sell cattle and livestock of all NOTICE' ) "backwardness" of native Floridians Harry W. Thurraan et al, to South
, kind.. to purchase deal In beef and damage. In case the various pests Florida Lumber Co. quit claim deed. V
Ii, beef product; to ac'd"art; and veil Metier ef Administrator for Final IMsrharore to citrous trees are permitted to become also Is proverbial among the northerners. a GE1GER : 'J' 4. .
land for ; tot Southern Colonization company to .. ....
pasture range; 1st (..art of ouatr Jade. so abundant as to cause damage, They know too, that different .
own. operate lease hire, use and maintaIn peeola C..sdy. Klorlds.In climates and soil conditions in W. W. Strope, deed. S
the profits which might be derived prevail
:
dock, wharves elevator presses Land ATTORNEY.A .LAW v
Seminole and Investment Co. .
: of Florida and that somewhat different ;
tank and storage facllltle ever) otRI.ohr from artificial treatment such as .. :
:.tate
re,
f kind and to receive fronts and tolls Notice 1* hereby given to all whomIt spraying with an insecticide, are toa agricultural methods must bs employed to Seth Phillips warranty deed. Office State .
therefrom; to buy, sell handle for its here. Lurah Tvner, et al, to W. C. Bass Bank Building ',' .
may concern. that on the 15th dav of history
own account or on commission turpentine certain extent lost. The life. Klulmm '
Fla. .
rosin and all kind of naval JUly. A I)., 1 1B. I shall npply to Honorable and habits of nearly all pests on Therefore these prospective settlers warranty deed. ,
stores, timber and agricultural products T. M. Murphy judice of said do not come; but they would come W. H. Whiteside to A. Greenwalt, -/" ''.'
to stills and machinery court a. judge of probate for my final citrous trees are, fortunatelysuch
; operate
for the manufacture of naval store discharge .. administrator of R Lohr that good and satisfactory results can were they assured of competent advice warranty deed.A. DR. C; L HYATT'.y
"&'
",", .._ product of every description; to erect deceased and that at the same time be obtained time the is or information. as to soil conditions Greenwalt to W. H. Whiteside, '
any spray applied '
1'' and maintain tank and warehouses forthe I will present to said court my final While choice of crops and methods satisfaction of mortgage. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON 1': ;. ;
such is the thereare
,' storage of naval stores and cotton accounts a. administrator of aId estate case of cultivation. Seminole Land and Investment Co. ,
&
.
- and other product and to Issue storage for their 'approval. times when it is opportune to .
., or warehouse receipt against the Dated January A. I>.. 1916. These when thelarl.st With Agricultural Adviser B. E. to John A. Rheads warranty deed. Klcslmmse. Fla.
periods
same, to compound and refine oils; to WILLIAM LOHR spray. come Evans at his beck and service and Alex Haynes to James Harris, war- 'Phones Office 1IT \. ,
manufacture own. buy. sell and deal In I-6mo Administrator. percentage of the insects is .
deed.A. Residence
aided the farmers' bul- .
by ranty
numerous 141,1
barrel heading, staves, stills. supplies in the -which is the I S
youngest stage letins issued the United States L. et al to John E. Palra- .., .
, and material of similar kinds, .*l'l'l.l( ATIOV TO "ILL ItKll.KKTATK. moat killed.. by King ,
: to buy sell and deal In groceries, dry one easily department of agriculture ahd fur- quist, warranty deed. .". .
good hardware and all kind. of merohandIse -I 'i :lie following spraying scheme has GEO. F. PARKER ,
ther aided by some reliable Florida John E. Palmquist to Helen E. Mun- '
.
,_ manage ,own.to build control buy.hire.sell charter lrai In it.. Mutate. of I..hn PierceNotl' . been used quite extensively for three agricultural periodical even the most son, warranty deed. ., .... ..- .,
.' I I Is h.-r'ly' ilven that Iho o..i.'i.igi.i .'- summers and has generally given sat- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW '.
or operate vessel. tramway, railways.bridges. green agricultural or horticultural"greenhorn" Helen E. Munson to John E. Palm- /
lighter engine.. car or othervehicle < "III .ply to the lion T. M isfactory results. It must be admitted J 'S
Mh\'. County Judge of can succeed in Oaceola quist. mortgage deed. 'c'
I or mean of transportation of Osceola however, that hard and fast Collections and .
the product of property held owned Count )'. Florida on April 27 1916 at no county-if he is at all capable of absorbing Harry A. Hunter to J. C. Harmond Conveyance .. ,..,.,') _
L., I' and controlled or manufactured by KIsHlmmce Florida for an order to sailit scheme can be given and the num- the necessary knowled&a, and warranty deed. Specialties :. S
1 aid company or other persona or corporation privet.' sale the following deacrib- ber of sprayings depends to a large the ..
taking guidance.We Alex McLennan
It In connection with the business 'd pr..p'Ity situate.lylnir and being extent on the thoroughness of the necessary Henry Hoffmeister to 111 1-1 Broadway d.
of this company but not to use In Onreola Count*. Stale, of Florida of Osceola county, never should warranty deed.MaggieSima .. 't:
aid mean of transportation for the Lot 12. block 102. of the town of 81 work. forget this in our public advertisingnor et al, to Mrs. Delilah .1 II ul .;,; ,
purpose of doing ,the business of a Cloud and lot 37 of section 4. town- 1. Paraffin-Oil Emulsions; Govern- in our private letters. G. F. KRIBBS / ,':
common carrier; to raise produce buy. ihlp 27 south range SI east according ment Formula 1-60 or 1% of Oil- Gilpin warranty deed.J. ... .
sell. exchange and deal In trees. plantsehrubs . <10 plat of Kemlnole Land & Investment of at The advice of Mr. Evans has been M. Hansel), et al, to Andrew Cot- J. "4\
main |
cereal and any and all kind Co.'. subdivision of section 4. May. The object spraying of much advice to myself (a newcomer et al warranty deed. AlTORNEY-AT-LAW ,u7Bxamlnatlon f -
this time is to kill the white scale terman .. ,.
of vegetable products and citrus frultllfruit Dated Klsalmmce. Flathis 26th day fly and 1 know .
._).. tree, hay and grain and to do .( Murtf 1916 insects, and to a large extent rust ) ; personally that it Mark_Hunger, et .al, .to Andrew Cot- of Title a ..peelalt'F:.... -:
has been much
of aid to farmers and
a general nur.ierv, business: to con- \V. B CHAUFORDdnilnlatrator mites. although this treatment must terman quit claim deed.L. Notification/ and Payment of taxes OS: S
' struct. erect operate and maintain a \ of the Kstute of John fruit growers here of far more experience Elizabeth Cotterman et al, to .noo-reeldent given careful ,";
. packing house or packing houses ndcann'nK Pierce, Oeceaaed not be relied upon to control the last. than W. J. FRIPP. attention.KlMlmtnee. .
14-4t ,
factory for fruit m*-Hla niul I This should be after John M. Hansel), warranty deed.
spraying given! .
Fla.Pat
vegetable of all kinds to produce, buy Co.
NOTK OF Seminole Land and Investment .
MANTKIfN C-
or otherwise acquire and sell or otherwise OA1.K.linder the adults of the first brood of white .ooooooo o oooooooooooooMARRIAGE
dispose of the products of such and b\ virtue of a Decree of flies have disappeared and before the .. to William H. Noll Co.. warranty deed. Johnston a. P. Garrets

packing or canning factory or fHC- Horrrlimure rendered In th.. Circuit appearance of those of the second LICENSES. George A. Cram, et al, to Ferdinand ;' ,
tories, packing house or packing Court of the eleventh Judicial Circuit brood. The fruit should be inchor + Rath, warranty deed.S. JOHNSTON A GARRETT , 5- ,
an '
rrouae to subscribe for af the Stat ..
, purchase re. of Florida on the Chan- s. .
celve own. hold for Investment: or cery Side thereof In a certain cause more in diameter when the spray-- ooooooootoooo0400000toooOOLicenses G. Yeager to J. A. Nelson et al, ATTORNEY.:. T-LAW '... ',{ ''i. j::'' .-\
, .a.o othet'wise sell and dispose of and make therein' pending wherein Florida Draln- ing is done. This treatment shouldbe satisfaction of mortgage.J. .
advancement upon *tock*. hare... 'd Land Company Is Complainant and given before the beginning of the week to marry were issue duringthe Starr Anderson et al, to Joseph Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizen. Bank 1 v;: ,)/;
bond.. securities or obligation of other Samuel E Heton. H. R. Ru..eUJ.Mlke past by County Judge Murphy -
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- corporation whatsoever wherever located HowArd. Victories Howard. H E rainy season so that the beneficial to the following couples: Morrill wavRtnty deed. Building l\ I" <. i i
) originated or engaged In or pursuing Smith and Pauline Smith are Respondents fungi will take care of those insects William Ottawa Davis and Miss Angus F.",,'towan, et al, to GroveG. KlMlromee. Fla.O. '

any one or more kinds of business I will 'O"htAY.: which not killed by the Love( warranty deed. .
purposes or object Indicated IRD DAY A. D.. 1915 are spray. Esther Sullivan.
herein or owning or holding any property the same being the first Monday In said 2. Lime Sulphur Splution 32 Deg. Thomas Franklin Redwood and Mrs. Florida Drained Land Cot to L. H. Louis Massey '1'. Pleton

of any kind mentioned herein, or t'.c.nlira1nb'our.1:1: : sale day, during Buame'. 1-601 to 1-76--June. to July. Emily Josephine Buell. Tsler warranty deed. Lte Counsel for Judge Wa
",, any corporation owning or holding sale. sell, at Public Via. R. B. Comm. ImlnalCewt
'0: '..: stocks or obligation of any such cor Outcry for cash In hand, to the high- The main object of.this treatment is ------------------------------------ Kate Hopkins to Paris E, Morgan, "
:'.... poratlon and. while the owner or est,. bkld.r. at the front door of the to kill rust miteft ahd the opportune given at intervals of about a month. warranty deed.. MASSEY ft WAlLOW -/r": '"

; holders of any stocks, bond or obligation Court Osceola.House, In Klsslmmee County of time for its application varies with The paraffin-oil emulsion may be Isaac Anstatt to G. P., Garrett, ATTORNEYS and. COUNSELLOR: L4
\ *, to e er<-lse\ all the rights, pow. Florida' the following descrlb* .
n.y' 'r' ,era an4 privilege of ownership thereJ ed Real Estate, situate In the County-the appearance of maximum number made according to directions given in I AT LAW : .
.,> ,' of and to exercise 'all and any voting of Osceola and State of FloVlda: of the rust mites. It should beapplied circular No. 168 bureau' of entomol- deed.Mary E. Waring et al, to ArthurE. Practice In all the courts of the .. -
JoiJ''.j"; power. thereof; to sell mortgage, ub- Block 10. Lots 1 and Z.; Block IS before the mites get very ogy. In addition to the above thereare Donegan quit claim deed.J. and of the United State also i,4', 5
..., :- let, pledge. hire lease or convey theproperty Lots I. 4. 6, 8, 10, II and 18. Block 26 the Florida Railroad \
of this corporation or any Lots 1. 2. a and 4: Block 27 Lots 1 to abundant and before any russeting ap two miscible oils on the marketin M. Hansell et al to Martin. the Interstate Commerce Corn .' (
part thereof at will and to Invest the 8 Inclusive, 11 to 16 Inclusive, Block pears. It will also kill, some scales Florida which are highly satisfac Cosner. quit claim deed. H-l Chaiteaton Bide.:

proceed at pleasure and in such manner 1 29 to Lot 1 to 18 inclusIve' Block SO. Lots and white flies but is of little value tory. The soda-sulphur solution i is Bunn Dean Co., et all to Octavia O.laDdo Fla.. 'e,4,, 'a-
21. Inclusive
be determined by the by. 24 to SO Inclusive,
a* '
law; to may conduct any part of It.. business -''I and 32, Hlock\ 32, Lois 1 to 6: inclusive; for that purpose. made according to the standard formula N: E. Brown warranty deed. ., ; -< *. "

and to have offices. and agenciesand block 8.. Lot 1 to 11. inclusive: Block 3. Paraffin-Oil Emulsions; Government 30 pounds sulphur 20 pounds Ernest E. Brown et al. to OctaviaN.

to employ officers and agent at I 2. Lots 14 and 16.: Block 6, Lots 4. 5. Formula 1-60 or 1% of Oil.- caustic soda 20 gallons of water.This . E. Brown deed. .
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such place. In this state and other 20 21 and 22.: Block 8. Lot I : Block 10. DR M ma
Lots 10 August 25 to October 31. This is the tests about 16 Deg. Baume and al to Octavia N.
states or foreign countries as may be and 12.; Block 17. Lots S. 4. 7. 8 George Davis et J' ,
...._.. requisite or necessary for the carry. and 9: Block 18, Lots I to 4 inclusIve second spraying for the white fly and may be used 1-40 Instead of lime- E. Brown warranty deed. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Is. S

the ing need on of of said said business corporation or furthering said nec.e..ity 8 ld.to Inclusive 22 In<'lu.lveBloC'k, Bloek 22 Lots 21. 1to Lots\ 8 6 In-to scale insects. The object of sprayingat sulphur solution but it is not so effective Tarleton C. Hobbs et al. to Octa 'I '

to be determined In the discretion clusl\e all of said land being In the this time is to kill all the whitefly in controlling rust mites. It has via N. E. Brown quit claim deed. Ole State Bank Building *' '

"- and judgment of the board of directors Florida Drained Lend Company subdivision larvae which are the progeny of the advantage o( the lime-sulphnr so- George Davis, et al. to Octavia N. 'P : 41 .

"- tal stock, to sutscrlbed receive payment for. In forfapL- on Pages No.1.65 and recorded 66. In In the Hook office'B of" the third and last brood. It is this lution in that it will mixwith the oil E. Brown quit claim deed. Residence 4. 2-

property labor or services the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Osceo brood which causes nearly all the emulsions. To follow the above schemeit Edwin Hogan. et al, to Lou Halley -

valuation thereof In the discretion or :la County Florida: said land all. b..lngDat..d damage from the white flies and the will cost from twenty cents to thir- warranty deed.
In Osceola
Judgment make contract of the :fo.rndyo'I Directors* whatsoever : to- this County.March 27th A. n.- 115 earlier they are killed the better it is ty-five cents a year per tree. It cost James H. Halley et al, to Dr. A. J. J. W. THOMPSON

for the furtherance of its pur- Q 1' GARRETT.V for the tree. This spraying also one grower twenty cents for trees of Taylor, mortgage.

a- POMS or business Including agree A* Special: Master :In Chancery. comes after all the beneficial fungi about five-box capacity or four cents Seminole Land and Investment Co., I .

ment or contract.and individual between the said Solicitors' AGNEW for A Complainant Y ,. 16-6t have done their work. This will also per box. Another did the work for to S. W. Porter warranty deed.A. FUNERAL DIRECTOR .

incorporation cfeniDOratlon* In any of the or line.other of I remove the sooty mold from the trees thirty-two cents for eight-box treesor M. Vance et al, to S. W. Porter -

business of this corporation: to do any NOTiCE and sufficiently from the fruit to per four cents per box. It cost several warranty deed.Southefu .

and all thing that to are be or may be will Notice be Introduced I* hereby before given the that next a I legislature bill mit the sun to color it up. Soda-sul- other growers three six, seven and Colonization company to and : .1
done for
or the
. necessary furtherance of proper the this of the State of Florida for phur 1-50 may be added to this spraying eight cents per box. respectively. A H. C. Lufkenbill deed.

- corporation or for a ::f..oe"'tgf; t the purpose of empowering: the City and this will increase its effectiveness maximum figure would be eight centsper UCNSED EMBALMER
the power herein grantedAKTICLH of Klsslmmee. Florida" to provide. for in killing rust mites. box. & nun n aa&66 a< ftn ftp Ann Aft II HO ft '**ft
the bulktaeadlng of Lake Tohopekallga . "
III. -
_ The capital stock of the corporation within the limit of said city of Kls A. I.lmA-Rnlnhur- Solution 82 Der. Even though this scheme is not i.-----------. Store Chapel Stewart Ava .'/'"

.... hall be On. Hundred Thou.andWI' ... to determine. the method of Baume' 1:50to 1-76-November or strictly adhered to it will result inraising NEW SUITS FILED. a t

and no-100 Dollar, to be divided Into performing I and such work, and to aseeeneflt December. The object of this spraying the grade of the fruit. The -
On Thousand chare of the par valueof damage against property 0.00.0..0..0. . . .. ...... Xlsalmmae. .
One Hundred Dollar each. affected by said work. is to kill rust mites and it may second grade will become first the .>

ARTICLE IV. ll.1t H. R. MAY Mayor. or' may not be necessary dependingon third will be largely eliminated and The following suit has been filed ,
Tb. term for which this corporation almost The .
the abundance of the mites. the culls will disappear. .
shall eilst hall in the circuit court: r .
be perpetual.ARTICLE NOTICE) FOR BEDS
- V. It may be necessary to spray for increase of production due to the Increase Rosa B. Tindall, administrator vs. When la 'or aVNARY * ;j :

Th officer* of this corporation, shall Sealed bid will be received by the rust mites before No. 1 is given. In in sibe of the fruit resultingfrom Geo. W. Tucker at chment. SURGEON '\) $ 'JI
\. b. a President!, a Vlo-Preldent a board of county commissioners of Oseoola case the red spider becomes abundant the elimination of the rust mite , ra '
. ....- Secretary"' a Treasurer, and a Board county, at their next regularmeeting. In Chancery.H Tee'.J /SSS It"b. I .
with will be 1-2
be from 12 to 26%
of not less than three nor more than roof enough to injurious a spraying amountingapproximately
- new
nine Director u The..oio.. of Secretary for the rl\i.\ .Uldgr:to furnUaStrad lime-sulphur solution should be.given.It to two million boxes., D. Derfler vs. Southern Coloniza- A. F. RICHMOND .' ,\

-. and treasurer may be held by one: all mat.rlal, which shall b. of tb. best may: also be, necessary to spray. :The devitalizing of the trees by the tion Co.,.hill to cancel contract and for Pt \
,and th* ame person. The Board of of old style tin. (forty pound> three timQ- th .. insects woul4 be eliminated and the' Nllef. Horaee '" fLongfaman \t'-
Director shall oe elected at the an.numl..tockholders coating) painted both *lde. with b..t sprays.'in Petition clipped, ft aad asw ; :- 'Be.cs..
meeting, to b* h.ld Trade oi rod roof underlaid which case this treatment can be givenin trees would then expend their vitality filed to remove disabilitiesof Road"i v
IB the city of Klsslmmee. Oceolacounty around the edge ftt.1:1c: strip of midsummer or in winter. If the to produce fruit instead of nourishing non-age in the matter' of the GeorgeF. ; + ',
r_ Florida, on (he third Monday In waterproof paper, remove old roof and Cecil Thai lll-l ..Klaalnisvee.x |ken
of Barber
January of each year.ARTICL.B. repair. the *sheetIng where red scale is very abundant, two sprayings {i.sects. This would also increase. the Parker guardian ; '
VI. remove rubbish from yard, make necessary such with the oil emulsions fchould be quantity and quality of the fruit and a minor.T. ; ithe Xla

-. Th. highest amount of Indebtedness repair on the steeple a* may be necessary make a crop more certain from yearto W. Ellis vs. C. B. McConghcn 5- ,
.. to which this corporation shall .at any and connect all gutter In per which would be insur and Andre Van der Meersch, foreclosure RRNESTL.GRZEN' '
. time subject Itself shall! b, Two Hun fect shape, and guarantee roof not to 10 CENT "CASCARETS" y-rt Crop th.
t dred and Fifty Thousand Dollar leak for a period: of ten year Board COSTIVE ft is a conservative estimate of lien. Sign Writer sal DeceraUvo '
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;- or all blda. derived if this scheme was followed The following suits have been filedin Painter 4\\ -,

' ICB FOR FVBUCATION.JP Orerstrwet-trterk.For further Information see :I.11-I.4t. For Sick Headache, Soar Stomach, throughout the state would be not far the county court: .

.ltB....> Sluggish Liver and Bowels-They from an increase of production a W. M Ferrell vs. J. C. LedbetUr PkoM 2M. sont *

: Serial No. 06107 ADVERTISED'LETtERS.. work while YOW sleep. minimum of 26% over that which is damages $100. '. the'k&t *M ?

}.f1' '''' D*.ar _Bt .* the. Interior. the result at the present time of the Gabe White vs. Jane II. A. McDer- ..

.; tT. a. Land Office at. Gainesville Fla.. Kls.hnmee.! Fla.! March 29, 1915. Furred Tongue Bad Miserable Taste Indigestion total dependence on the beneficial parasitic mot, assumpsit damages. I P. A Tana .Agnw W'acrswfs,4.: S
Ii- f; March, 10. 1IM. Advertised list for the two weeks Sallow Skin and Headaches fungi. The appearance of the R. D. Waring vs. S. B. Aultmen near. : '.a-.

t _;I". Notice I* hereby given that William ends April 12. 1915: come from a torpid liver and fruit on the market would be vastly defendant; Yellow Pine Lumber company VANS AGNEW &CRAWFORD4 rTS. ,
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t. ,H. Bronon. of Orange Center. Florida. Adams Mrs. J. S. clogged bowels which cause your *1te1 ; .
.ho..on -.lanuary II 1110. made Hom.t ; Bronson Will; improved. The total dependence of garnishee assumpsit damages ATTORNEY.AT-LAW .1: '
stomach become filled with undi- .
. .teadEntry. No. 04J07, for S 1-1 of demons Mrs. 'George Corwan, N.; to the Florida citrus grower on natural $300. _
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. \.' USt 1-.. NB 1-4 of BH! 1-4 Section II and Collins Miss Louise; Fletcher.. Mrs. gested food which sours and fermentslike enemies for the control of the pestson O1Ci.UZ<5-4-5-8 Citl ens .J' j ,

11.... 'NW. 14. Section '1. Toianhlp 14 South Lillie; Gorden* Alex; GravesV., P.; garbage in a swiJJ barreL That's citrons trees is a delusion.utoTops'22tfup West Palm B\cK,, -On the chargeof Building ,
Rang II Bast Tallahassee
tr ptia: filed'notice, orIntention Meridian.to make People's Market: Jackson; Mrs. Mar the first step to untold mlsery-r-indl- .haYing the plumage of migratory I. es'. ,-

?< . :Five-year Proof, to establish claim to tha; Martin S. M.; Mank, Mrs, gestion foul gases, bad breath yellow. birds in their possession, two Seminole . .. .'- S w-

; the land ahoy.. described'befortyuClerk Louise; Mo/ton, Miss MsrP.. Bell; skin mental fears everything that' is Indians, Cypress Wilson and '

f'.\' : :of I n Circuit the tah Court day ot at>May Klimme, 1111. :Florida' Stradjey; Mra.Ben; Touce" .Miss Mol-. horrible and nauseating. A Cascaret !!tfffk".1J1f. Henry Cl y> were arrested at West \ iI.E'BAaE1.! j

'W. B. SIMPSON tonight:will give Palm Beach tho grounds-of the .
constipated
'' Claimant 1 namea"a. -wltne****! .. Eel your on Palntino and: Paper Hanglns : ,
'.. ::Jyey. of Orange Center; Florida: Theron. T : .Postmaster.. bowels a. thorough cleansing and Cushion .8'u' Poinciana hoteU< It .is stated that the' ;. t-.

jr'Keen..of, Oran_'Center. Florida J. L* straighten you out by morning They ..... 5iips. ' Indians had in their possession thirty' INTEKiOR WORK fiPE OALTT
" .lill**, of Orange Center. Floridal.Era..t Harness has'lIMit:"invented; , 'PaintingCrstZ5u : ;
4''Xaen.-etvprange-, Florida. J'I 'to permit work while you sleep-* 10-cent box four large bin : heron plumage, '

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?/ : ': .St.' CloudDepartment j HIBlrTP.BE.HELD.: EDITORS \....'...."$.
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;.,. __ /IN' CITY MAY' 3 (Continued.fronts Page One.) .B'ak'4
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'" : ,'' .Special CorrespondentMrs :' this city will sire the editors a',Urn. ; Better't :
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F. ., .;. ",. do so even at' this first one If they so C. O. 'Codringtoneditor" of the" De-: '
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desire.-There will be music and i.
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:--Bella CM.her, ,who.'bai spent 1':. ""ni.IT" say they' will try it' again at this first Fair Day to ""ex Oscsfr Land T.News-Coklin, was, general elected manager president ft! \". : CALUMET::

the winter with her brother and hi. next winter' bringing more, of the plain the purposes and plan of the the Miami Herald was elected vice .
family William Johnson, 'returnex.Tuesday family along. Mr.. Holland looked committee. president; and J. W. White, editor of J
to bar home at'Paoria, lit., about St. Cloud and says the town The first prizes hay* been given by the Fraternal Record was .elected AAKING ;
but expects to return In the falU', i. rightly named the Wonder City. the merchants of the city. The second treasurer of the association by unanimous -
$ Mrs.'Elsie Baker and small daurh Mrs. Rose Markham and Mrs.'Jennie and third prices will be mad up froma vote; as was also Harry L. POWDERECONOMY ... i

;. tel', and Miss Ella Cranston war Kis- Johnson,, who have been visiting Rev cash purse of $60 offered for that Brown of the St. Augustine Record, .
n :lmme. visitors$ on Tueada and ,Mrs. Northrop for the nast week, purpose by the Hunter Land Company.The as national committeeman. T.-J. Ap-
-* Mr. and Mrs..Sylvester Squires left left Friday last for their home InFredonl. prizes are as follows: pleyard was re-elected secretary by a IIc

Wednesday evening to visit friends in .. N. Y. Mrs. Markham was Prize iLst. vote of 19 against 16 cas| for Clarence __ -
a Ohio and at Cony. Pa. Rev. Northrop's first Sunday school Best guava jelley barrel of flour Woods. 6' : 8fjj
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L D. 1. McBeth and daughter Allena, teacher. These ladies have been given by Waters & Carson Grocery Willis B. Powell, editor of the Clearwater .' ?( .
; IE: 'are here from Dennison, O.. to spend a spending the winter in Sebring Fla. I company; second prize, $1.50; third Sun, proposed the holding of
r few days in our Wonder C ty. Henry Beadle, of New Haven. Conn., I prize, $1.00.Best I an annual "Orange Day" in behalf of .- ,
Mr. and Mrs. Charle. E. Peabody who spent the winter in St. Cloud visiting guava paste, $5 toilet article Florida's leading industry and A if M. *"'....
-, who hare spent the winter here started his cousin Miss Bessie Cox, left given by Palaoe Drug store; second "Newspaper Day." R, S. Carver assistant that's one thing you are ,.. ""i 'f..
., Monday morning for their home at ; Monday for the north. prize $1.50; third prize $1.00. general manager of the Florida ,w, looking for in these days ,' -
4 t. Boston, Mass. M. S. Berry has decided to become Best guava marmalade $5 in trade ,Metropolis spoke at length i of high living cost-Calumet' insures wonder . .IV
. Mrs. O. H. Clark spent Friday last a permanent resident of St. Cloud and given by M. Katz; second prize, $1.50; strongly endorsing, the ideas, both ofI a .IS
at Ktssirrimee, the guest of Mrs. J. will go north and bring his family I third prize, $1.00. i I which found favor with the convene .; ful saving in your baking.- But it does more. IlJj] ...
.. I>. Woodbeck. I down and all the friends he can. Mr. Best canned guava, $5.00 in trade tion. The dates for the two holidays ; It Insures wholesome food.tasty food-tinUbrmly raised food. -

I F. F.:MeNa11' .left Thursday morn- I Berry han been with us two months given by W. B. Makinson GO.J second arc: "Orange Day," the second Thursday ;i Calumet is made right-to sell right-to bake right. Ask I
;az. 4nfuf will viafi! T&mpa and St. Pet- and has purchased property. This prize, $1.50; third prize fl.OO.BpMt in January; "Newspaper Day" ,: one of lie mllliuDa of women who use It--or ask your grocer. \. .
ereburg .fceftffe returning to Hastings speaks well for St. Cloud and we are orange marmalade $5 in trade the last Thursday in October.It. I RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS ..'
Mich. glad to have him all time. g ven by H. C. Stanford Co.; second .1.1WooId"
decided that the State Press
A. G. Harris Mrs. Franklin and MrR. A. A. tunipher and daughter, Ilri"p $1.50;. third prize, $1.00. I I Illext association was; reulfiliato itself with the : .....%.1'-.1-0 Pur. Food, Fruc Emi>o.ltlo. ......Chle.... leu.*o..,111. rj
jjL.-:: daughter and Miss Bessie Harris arrived Mrs. Hunt of Kunta Monica. Cal., have orangeade $5.00 in trade given National Press association and the II : s.-.' .
Friday from Hennessey Okla.. been vigiling Mrs. JVinipher's brother hy> I Dunn's I Department, store; necund president was instructed to appoint acommittee .' -
{ to spend a few weeks in our Wonder Wm. I.. Bartlett of Ohio avenue. They prize $1.50; third prize, $1.00. -- '
ISest of to co-operate with HarryL. T.. ....'t ..._.L.. Io.p.-w.-IookI __. Doe"......... ...Cs1d 1\
City.Mrs. left for Tampa last week and will orange wine #4.00 pair Brown to attend the next gath h', _... -aI ...... 4_ ..i_ b... ........ 10 far__.._ ......,. .
Ella D. Beadle who has been<< visit friends in Springfield Mo., and shoes given by Dutton-Harris Co.; ering. ,

) visiting!/ friends here since January I. Urbanette Ark., on their way home. second prize $1.50; third prize, $1.00. Resolutions were<< passed over the ...
will return home to New Haven Conn.. R. (i. Widrig, manager fo Makin- Host candied orange rind, case of death of Frank of Pensacola i I -- .*
Monday.Mrs. Bon's hardware store is out again after canned corn, given by H. S. Floyd; second former president Mayes of the association I at the Beach casino. The dinner was wonderful fertility of the Everglade ; .
M. F. Evans of St. Louis Mo.. three weeks' illness and we hope prize $1.50; third prize $1.00. and for the uplift of the Seminole served in several coursos. While at section is most emphatically proven. "
% who has been 'irisking Mrs. I). L.Buckmauter 00 will soon be entirely well. Host grapefruit marmalade, $5 in'' Indiana. t the beach many of the editors enjoyed Here refreshments were served and a'-

left Monday for her Comrade C. I IX McClure, with his traile given by Cole Jewelry Co. ; second A ladies' auxiliary was formed, the a plunge in the surf. souvenirs were given the visitors. , *
home. Mrs. Eyans thinks St. Cloud wife and sister-in-law<< will leave St. prize $1.50; third prize $1.00. I of which i is to muster a Friday afternoon the visitors were The closing entertainment featureT
is about the proper place and will Cloud for their northern home, after<< Best grapefruit wine, $5 coupon I big purpose meeting for next year. The up comI given an automobile ride about the was a banquet given Saturday night AT!**,
return next fall. spending a pleasant wniter in the book given by J. W. I'rentis; second I] mittee chosen consists of Mrs. K. J. city which is one o/ the most beautifuf at the Royal Palm hoteL This was 4'j
iyL, Miss Anna Beard of Weatervlllc Wonder City. They hope to return prize $1.50; third prize, $1.00. J j I| Hoi ley, Mrs. Chris O. Codrington and in America. On Saturday afternoon -, the most elaborate event ever given '".II<
: 0., Is visiting her sister Mrs. Wm. L. next winter. Best grapefruit straws $5 -pair of I Mrs. Oscar Conkins. the editors were taken on a I by any city which has entertained the
Bartlett She will start home on Mrs.. Rhea Sawtelle is steadily improving -I hoes, given by )<'amnyShoe Store; The editors were royally entertainedby twenty-five mile automobile ride into Press association and one that wiU '"' >
;} Wednesday and will spend a few days after ten days in bed and we second prize $L50; third prize, $1.00. Miami. The visitors were givenon the Everglades, where they were II long live in the memory of those who i
i : in .Jacksonville\ with a nephew O. G. hope soon to see her out again. Best grape jelly. Star Ham given by Thursday evening at the Woman'sclub shown the Davie farm where the were entertained. I
vs* (;. M. & Co. second
Uellar. The Rebekahs will give a "hard time Taylor ; prize, an entertainment in which some
ctt4 Mr. and Mrs. Bengrs and daughter, Horial" in the I. O. O. F. hall on Mon- $1.50; third prize, $1.00. of the leading society women took
.,4v Irene who have been spending the day evening April 6. Every one is Best wild grape jelly $2.50 in trade part. This entertainment while it FOR SALE OR TRADE-A five-pas- .:'
14', : winter at "The Haven." left Tuesday<< cordially invited to attend. A pr 7.*. given by I"". H. Lawson; second prize consisted of home talent, was as good I senger Overland car. Paul McKee.
to visit St. Augustine Jacksonville will be given for the best "hard time" $1.50; third prize $1.00. I as many of a similar character given I WantAJs.1 11-tf .;
and other places of interest before returning ocstume the admission being ten Best grape juice $5 gold piece given by professionals. '
t IF/-' to their home near Detroit, cents. Refreshments will be served by Arthur E. Donegan ; second prize", j On Friday a fish dinner was given I FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE for :,
\ Mich. They expect to return next frt'... $l.fiO; third prize $1.00. property close in town five acres of '.
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winter. Mrs. Frost and her daughter Mrs. BeRt preserved kumquats. $5 in I II land one-half in cultivation, balance '
jc ) Mr. and Mrs. P. V. L. Purdy returned Purdy. Tuesday morning after a delightful afternoon in honor of their guest second prize $1.50; third prize, $1.00. I -- I wagon one 2 Buick In good suitable for trucking or fruit
cy. grow-
.. week<< with friends at Itay- Mrs. W. H. Tunnicliffe./ The deora'i Best preserved lowquats $5 in trade In ill-full Court. Nrirnth Ju.ll.-l.l must sell
tona Beach. ions were nasturtiums and fern. The given by Oseeola Hardware Co.; .second | <-..1f..1 t.... Slulr of Klorliln. In find ; or work stained well
trade at once. A. M. Jones, P. 0. ; deep ; good barn;
Jz? Mrs. Lynn Miller<< who has spent $I'a WUH pi-cnirro over' by Mrs. Tunni- ptize, $1.50; third prize, $1.00. > for l>n.*r*.In < f.itnt>. Box 22 two outhouses and three chicken .f
1, Klsslmmee.
*k the winter here, left Tuesday for Salem cI litfe i and I the giwstH appeared to their Host preserved strawberries fiveyears' I \lthnr K I >onK.tM. i-mnilaiTiHiil.|, .. \H 7tf houses one mile from '
depot
i !Iisn: I I.. M I Hiin.l.i. ]]. Small ; ; price
S. J) subscription to the Valley <;Iazcttr ) Tmcv nml
>est advantage in the of I -
atmosphere J John TIJU-V., ; I h.T hu1"ml.' iiinl.. I all pal: WANTED-Orders for cypress field $2,000; terms. Apply to owner K. '
Mr. and Mrs. Burt left last Friday informal hospitality. second prize $1..t;;0; third prize, l.tI"I., . ,
I I .10 t M i I K \int.'i i HI ululer the Ha Idr boxes. Prices right Oscoela Lum- P. Butler.
for their home in New York and I ,
: were I, $1.00. I < "|i.u.i.| Iii or othi-rwlHf "'HptiniK-nlH'
ber & Furniture .
.l.. delighted with the winter spent here. *< Oerry preserves $!.r>>.00( in Orclr-r of ''....10'1..1.,... Ct> 29-tf FOR SALE-A Reo
Mrs. Jane IIugheHj! who has spent .> 1 cash ; second prize, $1 l.f>0); third pnze, 1 1'1'0 Ml \\ I h",", It M.IC.C.iu--tn. touring car,
the winter with h..r''sIHwr. Mr*. Adam ODD) HITS OF ]NEWS.' .: $1.00.() I I It ..1'.II'n"] | liv iilTlilii\lt 111i-il ,In this DWELLINGS for rent opply to M p.; excellent condition. Four 22U
; McGill. left Tuesday for her home at -j | < ;:1 IIIHI flint I I h. i -aiti| )I netof t ht rf H|.oti .c ': 1..1\\; I\\1. ; Itiintiall.. l is unknown, midtluit jr.
Canton I II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Madison Wis.-A l bill> pending before thi-M-I l is nu, I IM-IHOM. In the Htntr thf, TRAWBERRY PLANTS-Send 2.50 (
Mrs. J. I). Woodbeck of KiB immee, the Wisconsin legislature provides ' HI i \ I IIMof a siil>Ii... nrt upon whomwimlil
;4 was a St., Cloud visitor on Tuesday.Mrs. : Webb.,, City Mo.-(Crnce; Tucker ape that girls eIlCag'd in domestic , .liliul. . Much n''l'on.n' l t. iind that for 1,000. Cabbage plants at $1.50. MRS. IRENE SAUNDERS-Teache i
tli HKI >f HIM h I esi'deiit, It* unknown.It Peach plum and
fifteen established record when vhe work shall have suitable for pear cherry trees of piano; pupils trained In shor "
James Rowland and Ron, a a room I<< IH. her. foil-, onl.-ri-it. that t lie Hiililr at 10 to 15 each. "! .
cents John
James junior, who have .spent the ecured H divorce and married again, entertaining callers, two nights ofT Kiniiiii[ nt ln and he IH hereby rciiulr- Light- time; new methods; rates reason :
winter here the guests of Mr. and Mrs. all within twenty-four hours. The girl every week and a maximum employment <.<) to: appeal; to the Hill of Complaint, foot, E. Chattanooga. Tenn. 48 tf able. 209 Park St., Kissimmee .'

.\ J. II. Ferguson left Monday morning married at the age of twelve years and not to exceed sixty hours a week. the HliMl iii.,1ii In I the"- III Bald.tune..cause A I on) 1M5.!or before being FOR SALE Full-blooded Fla. 15-4tptF ...:.. ,.
:,J for their home at Henderson Ky. secured her divorce on the ground that the. neventh. day of the Bald month silver laced .
.:, They were accompanied as far an relatives had forced her into the cere .M>TI< K (>! OJVTKXT.tKor otherwise. the allegations of the saul 1 Wyandotte eggs; $LOOper setting. FOR SALE-Several good rowboatsand ,..-i'
1.111 will he taken as conFessed by the S. T. R. F. IX T.
|-uhllr tloa.> Fansler one 1914 model Evinrade Demonstrating
Jacksonville Rowland's She is -
.: by Mrs. aunt mony. now Mrs. William Shad- 1 Serial: I No 011618.U..p.rh..C all respondent.It .
:L Mrs. J. H. Ferguson. wick. In further ordered that this order. FOR RENT motor. Will sell these ,.
of lb. IrIor.UnLte1 8-room
residence fur.nisbed
,i Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Bailey, who have !>. puhllnhed, ones a week for eightOIieeUtiVe at a good price. Apply between now ,
States I.ao office, Oafnesvllln. (' Weeks In the KlBBlmmee 916: 5-room $10; 6-room,
and Monday to 102 Vernon
4 spent the winter here left Wednesday Lorain, O.-Thomas J. McCullin a Fin March 25. 1916 Valley Uaxette. a weekly newspaper.puhlleh.d $9. E. E. Wells, real estate and in- street,
;t, morning for their home at Salem O. blind man, has Just defeated John Fol- To Ira L JavncN of unknown ad- In Bald county of Oaceola. 202 opposite Courthouse. 15tfFOR
,1 t; Wm. J. Magee and sister., Mrs. J. lett another blind man, living at Far- dreBH You eontBtee are hereby notified that Poly- and circulation State of In said Florida county.and of general surance. Broadway.FOR
'. Lyness of Brooklyn, N. Y., left Wednesday view Utah in a checker game which door hysellnek. who gives 1.oughman." Wltnr the Honorable James W. TRADE-New f tt vertical feed SALE:-Several nice young Jersey ,
r .p. for their home. They have been required more than one year to play. Florida as his postofflce address, did Perkins Judge of the said court and my sewing machine ''or lire stock cow.. Just fresh. 8. W. Down- ".;
{....,.. spending the winter in St. Cloud and I Each move was made by letter and on January duly corroborated 4, 191& die application In this offleohis to seal name of as said clerk circuit thereof court and this the the official 1st poultry or farming Implements. B. lag Phone :241-L. 7-tf ;f fr
1 f'I' liked our little city fine. They have required two weeks. cont-st and secure the cancellation of day of April. A. D.. 1916. W. Downing. 7-tf ,"
been here six winters. :> our HomeBtead, Kntry No 01 1615. Serial (Seal.) J. U. OVERRTREET.A. FOR RENT OR SALE-Two-story '71,

We are sorry to note that Ed George New York.-James Hartman, em- for HK No.1-4('IllSlOmade of H\V 1-4 Section March 29 24., Township 1913 Clerk County JAMES Court M.: JOHNSTON Oscnola County.By J. RICHARDS has just completed an. store building on Brack St., North :
t. has been quite ill for the past ten days ploye of the baby checking: room at a 25 S. Kanice 27 E. Tallahassee Ae Deputy Clerk. other bungalow cottage .next doorto Kissfanmee. H. C. Stanford 29-tf
/though' he has continued to stay up department store was almost 'mobbedby Meridian, and as grounds for his contest Johnston & Garrett Mr. Ernest Johnson's house on
.' -' J. jnost of-the time he has suffered se- a throng of infuriated mothers has never he alleges been. that on said said land Ira L..only James to Counsel for Complainant. 16-tl Vine street. This ii for rent or sale FOR SALE-Large gray' horse, ten

verely and wa hope he will soon be when a mischievous youngster mixed' do a little work; and has never. stayedon on easy payments; the same as pay. yearsold stylish, fair roadster a
himself attain.1 the checks. said land over night; has. not been NOTICE! or APPLICATION! FOR TAXVmirr Ing rent. Apply to J. Richards 403 good worker; price rikhtTt J. V. j
.. -, w..w., Young, wife and son, who on said are claim, therefore In IS months.You further notified DEED Vine street 15-2t Lake. Frostproof. Fla... 15-ltpd;
; / \' property in St. Cloud and spent c8n be frlendfy-aye. The confessed and your said entry will ftfftlomm 674 ... BTS firmrrmlMtatutM .
even more. .
..( of the Htmtr of Florida. '
be canceled without further right to '... ,\
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the winter in this section says he is old argument was settled here today lie heard either before thlw. office or Notice Is hereby given. that V. Clyde The Place Where You Always Save Money
fascinated with the Wonder City and with a statement from Rev. Father on appeal l. If you fall to file In fctil. Kdwftrds purchaser of Tax Certificate
-.r Intends to make it his home in future. Bernard, of the Fort Yates Catholic officewithin twenty las s after the No fi7R dated July 1st. A. I).. 1912. I A,.
KOUHTH publication" or tile notice us has flied the said 1 Certificate In office
i Mrs. Veeder has cabbage in her church, that he had just married Miss shown below your anawer. under oath and ha. made application for my Tax The FAIR PLAY MEAT MARKET
I yard that are very firm and of large Rose High 'at to Harry Poor Dog. Hpeclfu-H fly rcspondlnK to "I themullcKa I led to IBBUA. In accordance with law. ,
14, proportions, one measuring thirty-two I They are Sioux Indians. tlonn: of contest togetherwith due Hald certificate. embraces Lot 19' of ,
.., inches They "some cabbages proof that you have served ... tM.py of Block 71. of the Town of St Cloud.
across. are ---- .
your answer on the mild contestant Oseeola county. State of Florida
," and it wouldn't take many to I Dowagiac, Mich.-Baby Ruth Bur- I,, either In person or by reKlMtered" 1 mall. The said ,Nit belnK assessed 1 at the
make a meal for an ordinary man. kett three-months-old daughter of Mr. You should state In your answer the date of Issuance of said certificate In ITS CHEAPER TO BUY QUALITY GOODS THAN PAY DOCTOR BILLS. :
of and Mrs. Frank has eleven name of the poHtofflee to which you the name of J. It. ]'iidiettITnleHs .
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Holland Burkett .
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desire future notices to I. Hi'iit t. you. said certlfleate shall be redeemed ,
Lima, 0., after spending several weeks grand-parents. The oldest of her an- I'KKHY 11. (IHON. according" to law. Tax need will
in Tampa, St. Petersburg and other cestors are her great-great grandfather Receiver Issue thereon on the 3rd day of May. GET YOUR MEATS FROM THE "HOME OF CLEANLINESS." f
.
Tnte of first publication April 2. 1 13. A. !> 1915.Wltne. .
the west coast visiting '. Franklin Beals of Hartford
cities
: on are Onto of second publication, April 9. ... my hand and official. seal at
.p A. P. Kiplinger, corner Connecticutavenue aged eighty-four, and her great-<< 1916. Klsslmmee City. said county and state
and Twelfth street. They will great-grandmother Mrs. Caroline Date of third publication. April IL thin 2nd day of April. A. I' 1915
1) at St. Atlanta and Kelly of the 1915.linte. (Seal.) J. U OVKRSTHEKT.!: : 245 12 Darlington J
stop Augustine same place aged seventy- of fourth publication April 23. Clerk Circuit Court ')sceola County. Phone JOE POWERS
Chattanooga, getting home by April nine. 1016. Florida. 16-61 Avenue .

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