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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 9, 1915
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00693
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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The Klselmmnee Board . .
of Trade .
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will meet hereafter on every Friday '" "

y Johnson Is Named .As night.Thin decision was reached at..the : : 'Site-Selected. '

meeting held last night upon motion ;: t:Arrant.;
of Congressman W. J. Sean. En- \

y,.: .. ? Official thusiasm marked the session which ;May;.3.. ,
considered many plans for hpostlng "

LEWIS IEngineer AGAIN APPOINTED the Details city. of'the Fair mentioned
;flay. 'AGREES't
,, ATTORNEY elsewhere were discussed and it wasdecided : ; ;
to ask a committee of ladles
NIGHT POLICEMAN AND V. R. to assist in the fruit products display : '
on that day. The cattle sale proposition ,
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r Electing Judge Kribbs prerdent: as mentioned In another column I '" >; $
the new city council began its offlclal was also explained and enthusi-
i' ]lie after the old council had adjcurn- astically endorsed by the board.J. ; : )Breeder, to. < t
alne die on Tuesday night, but It was D. Clark and W. J. Sears were ,..... t yy
.+ . not until an''adjourned session that I added to' the Fair Day committee to of eiii and, "dc' w
i-" the new body real'y took any offlclal assist in the arrangements for the ',' ... .
action of moment big May 3rd event.Congrellsman I :With'30,000. '
t. When the meeting opened on Wednesday Sears upon sugges- tt
night President Krlbb- announced tion of President Stanford will attempt I to Buyers.
: the standing committees for to have a soil expert come t.l'- ';
the year as follows: here at the order of the government his : ; bring te.XlUJID-< '
Finance-Roma Thomas, chair agricultural department.W. ; known: cattle, "
..' man; J.- W. Thompson, J. D. Wood- B. Maklnson, C. A. Carson and end in'the country
beck.Strf'eb.J.. M. Katz were named as a comm'ttee : ..' the result s,
W. Thompson, chair to call upon the business men of the ; F: J. D.rby'of i.
..... man; W. W. Carson, J. D. Woodbeck. city for their support of the board of Derby- otAlfprk. '.\r., ;j' i ;
Sanitation-J. D. Woodbeck, cha'rman -I trade. the ; '
J. ; W. W. Carson O. F. Kribbs. B. C. Ansted of the Klsslmee *
ary la Kiasinme. *., '
:: Education cemetery and char.tiesJ. Business school appeared before the '
the exhibition ;
! W. Thompson, chairman; Roma board t and explained the workings of fruit as "> r
products, a-
I' Thomas, O. F. Krlbbs.r.t ills Institution. After hearing h stalk the ; :
Rules and ordinances--W. W. Car- the board unanimously endorsed I la the hsaeban't'. '
son, chairman; J. W. Thompson, Q. the school and promised to give it ; ; cattle peas:will
f,. F. Krlbbs.I the moral support of the members. stocks, ... '
L I! Electric Light and Water Works Miss Anne Carson county canning t CL.Fre4 Rep.| : K
: .. W. W. Carson, chairman; Roma club agent, has been named chairmanof ; .'.lIets.-r la k k
&t" / 'Thomas' J. W. Thompson. a committee of ladies to aid in the ; to do the aelling.; "s.
j.(' \ Buildings-J. D. Woodbeck, chairman Fair Day display of fruit products.She A I now being made
;- ; Roma Thomas, O. F. Krlbbs. has named Mrs. C. W. Griffin I ; He 1* a I "
: Other Appointments. Mrs. Bans, Mrs. W. J. S. Carr, andMrs. ; sections much''
I. Other appointments made a* the J. M. Willson. Jr., to assist her > "his home.- p
} w'. meeting on Wednesday were: as members of the committee. A 17 nook and"" cor'; ; f
" meeting will be held at the Chapter : ; to'sell stock..
A. E. Coleman, named night policeman ;
House Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock. 'for.that date '
by Mayor May; appointment )
I""f be made In the t
confirmed by council. :
oYi! Joe Johnston named city engineer, ; be held on that
CANNING CLUBS TO .,d.tailrill be
y' to succeed R. H. Ludlam. '
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Lewis O'Bryan reappointed city
:+v. attorney by unanimous vile of coun- ; ; : .' 'In the- meow 1 rj
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on .the date, e
; V. R. Ellis named collector for ' I
_1 j water and electric lights at present ; S ( ,
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unanimous vote of council. SET FOR EVENTS
salary by
SIMMEE ST. CLOUD ANB WHIT- between 150.and
thecontents the
The matter of Insurance on
f', TIER-STATE AGENT MISS > cattle. ,Be
Clerk's office
of the City
HARRIS TO BE IN ATTEND ing : will bring beV
;. (Contin"ued on Page Twelve.) ANCE. _his -J : acl of hi h-bred''.
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Miss Antes Ellen Hams, state to Derby will bri.c'' ,
L WILL INVITE 'ORLANDO agent for the girls' canning clbs. will fall : pagetllsrre;; : ""1r'\i \c
be,in Kissimmee Monday-'April 19. : : ; j ;'
J ; She and :Miss Annie Carson,canning to .
SCOUTMASTER club,,agent'for Osceola county,I,will the CORNER'.IS: \ ,
,... . , hold demonstrations in Kiasimmee;St. due '

r At meeting held aft the Methodist Cloud and Whittier.In kept i : '
Kisslmmee the demonstrationwill
church last Saturday night of those be held on the court house grounds !! ; I { .
,t" Interested in the formation of a Boy '" '
April 19 from 10 a. )D., to 12, noon, <
. Scout movement here, it was decided and from 2 to 5 p. m. Arrangements MA -:of'tbe'sid.' .
to invite the scout master, of Orlando, have been made so that school children i,,Hardware ,
M to come here and explain the workings can be excused and allowed to y;Emmett street q
of the organization so that it can attend these demonstrations.The was. cut'
} be taken up here intelligently. demonstration at St. Cloud will curbing set back
\,,:I Among those attending the meet- be held on April 20, from 2 to 5 p. m., less extended.''. r
... ing were: Rev. S. W. Lawler. Dr. A. and at Whittier on April 21 from 10a. contended that
,;. J. Holt B. E. Evans, J. M. iWillson, m. to 4 p. m. of accidents at]
1101 k. -. Jr., C. H. Baker of Orlando' Prof. K. The work which has been accomplished 'W, .core. -1 1
,,. M. Evans and others. go ''
in Osceola county by Miss ... of"the' .lx.
'1';,. Carson deserves commendation. Thereare a i .. was made.: "oFt.
\( now at least seventy-four gardens day accident : did,.oc-i.,, ..... .. "
. ., KNIGHTS TEMPLAR. GO under cultivation by the members of will the pa si.*""*"'* v"3:
'' the canning clubs in the county and : city, council did' 't ,
' the girls are doing good work. The In .; the. change< r'
; TO.ORLANDO SERVICE gardens are in excellent condition and of : ", ..'..."
looking fine. ;
sr Many of the girls have already be- ':
Kissimmee Knights Templar were gun to make marmalades, jellies and VISIT; 1-
,..'. prominent in the Easter services in other fruit products for the exhibi- ance
Orlando last Sunday. The Easter services tion of fruit delicacies in Kissimmee lof ; ', : .
were held In the Episcopal on May 3 and it is not at all unlikely ; STORE ,1 ,
t church there Sunday afternoon and that some of the prizes offered will I vit
chua '
were presided over by Bishop Mann go to these girls.
.,t.t' the new head of .the Episcopal. church man Roberaon drag' rv,.
in 'Florida4 . will Anight. by #:
to, .; Among those from Kissimmee who BISHOP CURLEY TO .lit.the ....r. ,;.. ( r
... went up for the services were: Dr. oW' the.thieves*
r'f1 A. J. Holt, C. W. Dann H. E. Cole in..'change.' Trim: "
V:: H.. C. Stanford Capt. 'Clay; Johnson, BE HERE SUNDAY raw') ,- '" .", ..F '
,,r'J 1 S. L. Lupfer, J.. M. Will eon', Jr., Dr. : and i''marshal & ,,
,lIt} C. L. Hyatt, R. l L.. Curry and Roma Bishop Curley. of St. Augustine, : .*burglary,ThV and'
Thomas.V burglar
3 who Is in charge of the Catholic "
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fJ church of almost the entire state of i i.,
Florida, will be a distinguished visitor ARRESTED'., '
MOOSE ORDER TO BE to Sunday. This -'p". ,
J will be the bishop's first official visitto .!'Steel 'Trap ,t''
the church here, the occasion being J';',, night .by- r ,1
kJ.r ORGANIZED IN CITY the administration of confirma- . ; after'he'< 'I ,
'the .hoe'.boPI,
tion to a class of about twenty can
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',"- ,'A Kissimmee chapter of the Loyal Bishop Curley is a brilliant. scholar get ; about.his place-\ '..J)
'.. Order of Moose will be organized at and forceful speaker and of .,window forced.' ,* ,,; j
.a meeting to be held tonight o' the Klssimmee's citizens will be clad,to in ; I : piece of. broken; "::1'_
U aystone od'.om at 7:80 hear him.MANY. : ttie.lIegro.w-tbe.o '.0\ :t
-Loomis, national directer of -the 4',told, Colcman iJ j '.,;
( .s''"order/baa been here this week, ? ,;"''Colcman'therf* 'fis ,
; line upon a 'large number of persons ) an j placed the ..' "
\\i! TO ATTEND have .
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: : }, >:vi&members and some tot comes Intoorethe0'loca1,14dge ; l ; _'.' ,"'. rfi. -' ; t. '
,t'oed)/ -willingness ; "
L f .: The Moose order 'ha* STATE LODGE MEETING IS. \ : : ...,.and her'aon.1-;; .d., ;
t ''tnOwn to be quite an"extensive order I and editor of th.>: f 'r' '.'. .
'1i; dJJriIlA' its last few years'of existence ,A1 large number of members of the !' ; & .' Kan J. ,'F"' ''
,, ,;.a .' fr.-Loorolst; say*. he >expects a Knights Templar will go to Daytona: : : ; a-fwt/weesrT' ,5 J:
good!,)lodge hera.v._,. ; next- week'to attend the Grand Com- fle : ." ;a i".. J""r JiJ', "
mandery meeting which is to be held ewnt ; ; ; M.walker, '.: '*'
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) f! 'i DOCK ROBBED. .. !,. there on next Tuesday and Wednesday.'Among : : for tJwa'V, :ff'
: those.who'wU1go are; "IL here - owns lai ..:: ,.
..: :Thieves broke .I nto'thi'stor'rgom' C. Stanford, Cept.'Clay Johnson,'R v; .. ; ; ; fakst: '" 't'..: 1-.
,; ;,city dock>MondY- night and A.\J..Holt..S L. Lapfer,' JE.Lup. ; ; ... iii ].
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.J i'NEWS FRi3M .A atf *' SECTIONS :OF- ,THE'S.TATE : " "


Florida BuzzardsJohn AID OF FLORIDIANS f :'
GETS About
CHANGES: I. Pensacola.-Export shipments from!I I guilty I : 'of murder in the first degree ""
j, jPetuacola during the month of March with no recommendation for mercy.
more than doubled 'business of any Homer Tindall. of near N, Dr.,A. Menoguax, of themuseum of \
: NORERI RATES Burroughs, the world's greatest thinking It will be of interest to many. previous month since the outbreak of was one of the principal witnesses natural history Paris, baa written :" ,

; ornithologist, declares that bus- Very truly the European; war, and 'whi\.e\ lumber against Ashley. a letter to J. M. Willson, Jr., of Kis- .i
cards are no more disease carriers MRS. F. J. MOYER still far below simmee his advice l''
t W -M fond timber shipments are asking upon ,keeping ,
The'headquarters of the Florida than cats dogs or even man himself. West Park, N. Y., April 1, 1915. the normal, cotton and steel exports Tarpon Spri g..:=Carl Roan engineer white herons in captivity. '
Writing to Mrs, F. J. Moyer, of Kis- Mrs. F. J. Moyer .. the T. G. & C. railroad .
: Grower and Shipper league at Orlando went far above expectations. To- on was These are the birds from which aigrettes .
Ff1 he gives his opinion upon Dear Madam:-The buzzard is the scalded to death while
announces'further corrections simmee tal shipments for the month had a trying to tighten are taken in violation of the
.. ,, this muchly talked-of bird. The following friend of the farm. Me should be pre valuation of $2.471,708, according to a leaking valve on his engine. United States' laws and it :was the
( will be interesting served. He does not disseminate .
correspondence any records compiled at the custom house. of the to learn '
l ,'i.f" :; ,.'.the railroads, a. shown below. Numerous : more disease than crows, dogs, cats Tarpon Spring.-Carl Doerler saloonkeeper purpose whether or not the inquirer birds could be kept .
,(' errors 'of this character are Editor Valley Gazette: cattle and man himself does. All animals Live Oak.-D. W. Stokes butchered was found at his home and such used fell
only. aigrettes as
: ' developing1, and the league is busily Having attended the meeting of the carry or may carry the germs of one of his beef cattle which weighed, here with a bullet wound in his head. from the birds in captivity. It is '>
.engaged in getting them-straightened Audubon society and hearing the sub- I I disease on their feet. The buzzard is after it had been dressed, 520 ponuds. Authorities are Investigating. known, however that these aigrettes ,j
I t out as well as having other rates ject discussed as to preserving or an- the only animal that digests the ,: Mr. Stokes sold the beef to C. W. Mills, not as valuable as those taken '
I changed with so a. to bear proper rela- nihilating the buzzard, thought/ I ,I germs of hog- cholera.\ Write to Professor I receiving ten and one-Half cents per St. Augustine. Deputy Sheriff' from are the birds by force. ,j
tion those to adjacent territories. would like to have the opinion of the DeLoach, of the Georgia experiment pound, netting him $54.60. I Charles Perry shot and killed Abra- .

Rates on Citrus Fruits and Pineapple world's greatest ornithologist, Mr. I station, at Experiment, Ga. -- ham Dorkins, a negro. The coroner's TOMATOES MOVE MORE FREELY '
I to Arkansas. John Burroughs, and wrote him, and / Very respectfully Tarpon Springs.--According to official jury brought in a verdict that Perry .

; The league In checking rates on am sending an exact copy of his reply - JOHN BURROUGHS. figures the Tarpon Springs shot in self-defense. Dania, Fla.-,:...Tomatoes are startingto ?
Sponge exchange sold in 1914 freely. Last week lIardee
traffic from the F. E. C. railway, spongesto move
recently - - - - - ------ ---------- - --
discovered that that road published the amount of $565,776.43. O OttOOO tO OOOOOO tOoO00 & McFarland sent out two cars and ;
O>4"0" "> OOOf" "0"fO< f OOf. O 0000 \
other the fruit
shippers are moving
: : a rate to Texarkana Ark., for-
ORANGE CENTER FARM Tallahassee. B. Pruitt was elected / STANDARD FIELD BOX. 00- in Iota.IIUNTING.
cents'per box in of express
ci ty-eight excess
FLORIDA CITRUS FKUIT to a seat in the legislature from + 00OOOOOOOOO -
fI I what same should be; also two cents 00LA W UPHELD BY COURT() > Leon county to succeed John L. Nee- OOOOOO fOOOOOfO LICENSES.
I per box in excess of whate the rate who to appoint-
MEN HOLD A icy resigned accept
k *' should be to Newport. Ark. Corrections Washington, I D. ('.-The FlorIda < MEETING., ment as United States district attorney Editor Valley Gazette: Judge Murphy, of the coXmt" court. .l

in both instances have been made statute making it unlawful to "8* for the Northern district of Dear Sir-I see in your issue of says that during the past hunting _'

and take effect April 23. ell or ship immature citrus fruit 00- Miss Anna -Carson-, county canningclub Florida. last week that at a meeting held in season there were more county .....J

----. Kates on Tomatoes to illarrisburg. Pa. in Florida was upheld by the < agent, B. E. Evans county dem- Orlando the -growers and shippers of licenses and fewer state licenses sojd

Effective April 23, rate on tomatoes, supreme court. < onstration agent/ C. H. Baker, dem- Pensacola.-The Evening News has citrus fruit endorsed a standard field in Osceola county than in the season f(
and H. H
also carloads to legislates on < been sold to Harry R. : box which is to be 12x13x33. previous. In all there were 418
vegetables, n. o. s., congress onstration agent of Orange county, "4. ,,!II!
\ Harrlsburg, Pa.. when originating at < the subject the states may act," < and Miss Virginia/ Tiller composed a''I Brickel, of Mobile.Jacksonville.University. Now, if I was a grower I would licenses granted to hunt, 830 being "

F. E. C. stations, will be reduced six said Justice )Day, announcing the party who went from Kissimmee to of Florida object to that size; it will not be fair county licenses, and 70 state licenses

L. ", cents per package which is equivalent : decision., Orange Center last Saturday to attend students of animal industry and agriculture to the grower if he sells by the field and 18 non-resident licenses.

I to $24 per car. The league called the : 00- . 00- a meeting of the "Get-to-Gether Far- were entertained here by the box should they be well filled up. I All linen wears better if the thirdor

.. I! attention of the F. E. C. railway to mers' clul," of that section. board of trade while making a tour of Anyone knows who has worked in half of a napkin or tablecloth is
j the fact that it has been publishing --- -- --- -- The meeting was attended by some the fertilizer plants of Dixieland. the packinghouse and handled much hung over the line.
I the higher rate for a long time and farmers of that section fruit that five of
C I forty accompanied Thirty or more students were in the ordinarily our standard -
':I d ha" just received supplement to the CLYDE LINE REDUCES by their wives Miss Carson party. I packing hoves will pack four Marriages in Wisconsin under the

4 :,H tariff providing for the above reduction. I spoke to the club on canning and preserving -I _ _ 'I boxes. That allows one-fifth for culls. new eugenic law fell off 3,800 last (.
t I I| fruits and vegetables whichI Orlando.-Plans have been accepted Now, what do we find in this standard fear. ..?

$ Kates on Citrus Fruits and Pineapple CITRUS FRUIT RATES I was greatly\ appreciated by thos. in | by the city council for the erectionof I I field box ? That it contains 5,148
? to EI 1 Paso, Texas. attendance. Mr. Baker and Mr. Evans | a new city hall here at a cost of cubic inches and four of them.wouldhave

?Z+'; For a long time confusion has existed i I gave! a general talk on truck growing approximately $45,000. 20,592! cubic inches. Our stand- i _;
I II -
; in properly determining rates to The Florida Growers and I and citrus fruit culture. The Jacksonville. J Dispatches from ard packing/ boxes have 3,456 cubic
:EI Paso, Texas. This ha* been due reduction Shippers'league of I njpeting was afterward! turned over to state that the engineers inches and five of them, packing only
announces that a Washington army
.5 to the peculiar manner in which the general discussion and the answering' four boxes, have 17,280 cubic inches,
their work of
4 1-2:! cents box in rules on citrus have completed
.t tariff was compiled and the railroads fruits, carloads per minimum :too boxes, I I of The'iiueRlions! by the experts. alloting the river and harbor appropriation a difference in favor of the field boxesof I brnirofbcrs

1 in quoting rates have invariably used to New York city, Boston and Philadelphia I farmers Miss gave a rising vote 'I of congress. Florida will get :3,312 cubic inches, lacking 144 cubic 1t
thanking Carson and Messrs.
'. the wrong arbitraries over the rate to has been published, to take I! $?98f.OO! as her share. inches of making another standard
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and Baker for their The
Texas It has been vans help. I
common points. I packing box, which would be six to
effect April 2.'i:!, on t traffic originating I I
I made E B.
stated that trip was in Morlley's car, of MAILORDrRsroRtI
the result
conservatively practically Lauderdale.-AII
at points on the Florida East 'oast i 'I Fort pack four, while it only takes five.
R: every car of citrus fruits and pineapples railway. i Mr. Morlley coming here from Orange a visit, here by Judge Alton B. Parker That would be tod much loss to the

-* for the last several years was The league has just received a copy 'enter to get the party.WORKPROGRESSING. I i ir counsel! for the Palm Heach-f ver- growers. Now, I think a standard I JACZS5OHVILLt

,. t / overcharged by reason of the uncertain of supplement No. (6, to IE.. C. railway glades line this city has hopes of being field box 12x13x30 would be nearer
manner in which the rates were fruit and vegetable tariff, No. r ON included in the cities affected by I'I right. Four of them would have 18-

I published. Several weeks ago the 7, showing carload rates from Jacksonville I the new line. 720 cubic inched, which is supposed to

; i league handled the matter with the I Fla., on shipments via the commissioners pack a box each, while five of the ) GoRc.
railroads St. Pet'rhburlt'-The city -
and has received
r a new I Clyde line from the I' E. C. railway. R.R.I standard packing boxes, which will
'I tariff effective April SO, which makes SO. FLA. AND GULF have tabled a petition callingfor
four boxes
the rates easily decipherable. I us follows: an election on the franchise of thePinellas pack only have 17,280 cubic
f I To Old Rate New Rate Electric Light & Power company inches, leaving yet 480 cubic inchesin O IW'5PRIIi6
1' Change in Rating on "Empty Field New York _ . 3ft :to)V4 favor of each field box. These are
C. 11 Armstrong, chief engineer of
z I Boxes. I, Boston _ _ _ _ _ 40 :1//;iV4 the South Florida & Gulf; /railroad, - -- small matters but when you figure it CATALOG Uf 'Jl:
.,- Advice has been received from the Philadelphia . 35: :'iOMs! I come up from Kenansville and spent Tarpon Springs.-All old officerswere out you have a gain of a fraction over I JU T Otrr -
sFlorida railroad commission that effective re-elected at election held by boxeR in
an thirty a car, taking
These rates are in cents box, Sunday in Kissimmee. Mr. Armstrong -
May 4, the classification rates per I the Tampa and Gulf Coast railroad.. my size field box, 12x13x30, after allowing l 1
and are subject to minimum of 300 states that his force of men tctTORiTiT3r
1'_ on empty field boxes will be reduced box cc. has been working for.. some time on I I 'has. H. Brown was re-elected president !- I one-fifth for waste and culls. '\\ _

,, 4 from sixth class minimum 15,00 According to information given out bridges but will resume the layingof ; J. K. Cheyney apd James K. I Now take a crop of eight or ten '

pounds to one-half of sixth class, any by the league, there have not I been, any I rails about the twentieth of this Dowling, vice-presidents; C. II. Lutz million boxes and some one can get
; : quantity, on empty field boxes mov- changes made in the less than carload month. I general manager and James W. Booth. i rich on that item alone.G. .
.ti ire between points in Florida. The and
general freight agent.
passenger B. WOODALL.
Rails have
rates nor on pineapples and vegeta already been laid for a
will where field re-elected
:1 'new'rating
apply The board of directors consists -
bles. It is inconceivable why the distance of ten miles from Kenansville.
: ) boxes are shipped from, the manufacturer | of Chas. II. Brown, C II. Lutz, .
Clyde( Line has restricted l the reduction ...
from house to |I 11. J. K. Cheyncy J.Edgar " .
r or one packing W. Dowling,
in the fruit rates to the, east Mr. Armstrong reports that things 1 ]1 1I
4.tR another. However, it does not apply Wall, Geo. R. Macfarlane, C.
'7 coast section, us well as why it did are .beginning to look prosperous) in Great OpportunityFOR
.where the movement is in direct I G. and
I i connection C. Hilderly, C. Memminger
not make corresponding reductions the railroad world.
-4 with the movement from thep I II III James W. Booth. It was shown at the
pineapples and vegetables. The 1 league "
groves to the packing houses as the is : meeting that the road is doing good
i with the
railroads,have for some time extended now negotiating Clyde I WILL IMPROVE NEW business, and is in fine condition gen-
Line with a view to enlarging the application -
a rate of one cent per box for all erally. : QRAYSTONE
: movements of this character. so as to remove what appears _ _ CATTLEMENFOR ,

t.I' \, .In addition to the rate situation, as a discrimination. Jacksonville.-Declaring that the ..
.._& much' of which the league now has ST. CLOUD HOTELGeorge tourist season now ending has not ,..;

under way it is handling overcharges been as as unproductive to the stateas ; I,... mild rt..,. 1.1. KITE, a*. ; | :'
o stnd :Jo.. and damage claims for its .. TAFT DRAINAGE DIST. some may think Seaboard Air Line ,
,.-.( ,>,. embers., Now that the season is H. Lehker, manager of the Railway officials' state that the LEASE
I- .' Hearing a close, a good deal of work New St. Cloud hotel, is planning great wealthier class of tourists have beenin Sealed applications will be received Open Year Round i ,'f S S.t

.r \f of this character is being placed upon MEETING AT ORLANDOJ. things for next season. While\ in Kis- Florida in large numbers as evidenced until noon Mar 1, : I

',;./ the league. simmee recently he said that the hotel by the fact that this road had 1915 upon a splendid, almost C.II..S..SUt O.O4 .
: would be closed'up a little later on moved twenty-seven private cars solid body of about 10,000 acres -
i.: V STARKE"BERRIES SET BACK. 'so that the workmen can begin to northward up to and including March beautiful creek
: .. .. in Taylor' district -
D. Clark J. II.
president, and
thoroughly/ re.ate it from top to 31, which is claimed to be the largest watered that creek and
Crop; Will be Late but It Will Be of Ludlam, chief engineer attended a1 %ottom. Among other things he will number ofprivate cars ever movedout by
in southeastern 011-
-,. ( Fish slough
Good QaaUty-Ve"abIH Also meeting of the Taft Drainage district install
steam heat in all the rooms of Florida northbound in any one This is undoubtedly C.W.GRIFF1N
e Injured by Freeze.Starke. directors held in Orlando on Tuesday. and many other conveniences whichcan single season over any one line. ceola county.of the choicest
the Those in attendance besides Mr. 'lark not fail to his one very
Fla.-Despite damage please patrons.lie
'_& by frost last week about 2,500 bushels and Mr. Ludlam, were M. M. Miller, is preparing also to send out Jacksonville. -Through the agencyof tracts of land in desired.the state--own- and
/ , of Taft; and J. Harrington, booklets J. McCormick the entire list of er will fence if Staple Fancy
of strawberries have been shipped. secretary some 60,000 telling people in F. <, Generally, speaking. this tract 0Free I
of Taft. all sections of of the Florida Fire and Cas-
;. ( PrIce. ranged from $5.50 to $9.60 per the United States of policies consists of the eastern half of
\ bushel f. o. b. platform. The heavy The meeting was held to consider his hotel and this section oj Florida.Mr. ualty Insurance company has been reinsured Township 35, Range 34, Osceola GROCERIES:
: frost Tuesday morning March 23, naturally -I financial matters and resulted in the Lehker is an enterprising hustler in the First National Insur-
curtailed shipments and prices satisfactory adjustment of the busi- and will undoubtedly reap a great ance company, of Washington, D. C. county.

'?- i ranged considerably loWer than previous ness in hand.CHICAGO. benefit as a result of his progressiveness. The officers of the first-named company Further particular on r.qu..tHunterLand

: v.t shipments. It has developed admitted.that the deal had been
that most of the damage has been I made and that at an early..."* me Co. Delivery to all Parts '1

L caused to.the bloom and small berries. PAPER TELLS STRAWBERRIES IN NEW YORK. affairs of the Florida Fire and Cas- Kissimmee Florida of f be City *(*'
e; While the cold snap ha. retarded New York.-Prices on strawberries ualty Insurance company will be .

4 r many shipments for ten days or two ranged from 30c to 38c per quartall closed up. . -
_ _ - -
weeks it is believed... that there will OF RESIDENTS HERE week, with receipts overaging one athletic \ .
Pensacola.-The annual spring l.
be a normal crop. or two cars a day the beginning of the "f
-- -1 Spring truck has been backward and week but running heavier on Friday meet will take place in Pensa-
cola on Friday, April 9. There will be C. A. CARSON President. N. C BRYAN. Secretary.The .
4 there are few vegetables which did and Saturday. The quality has shown
1. not suffer injury. The Irish potato Kissimmee has two new residents a decided improvement and with the uver 100 boys and girls competing in

crop was hurt but new growth is and the following excerpt from "Our ; exception of some crates being a little the different events for which they
t now coming on and there will be no Church Messenger," published by the I green no fault can be found. This have been training for the past two Waters & Carson .j

practical damage. All beans were destroyed Wellington Avenue Congregationalchurch applies to open crates, which are com months. The meet will be run under
; a. they were at their tender- one of Chicago's extensive institutional ing much heavier than the refrigerated the athletic association of this city.

'p, est stage of growth. churches, tells who they boxes. Refrigerator berries are
t y. r Berries will start to move again are as follows: running smaller and inferior. Orlando.-Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
freely next week. The weather is now To few people is it given to make Brown, who have made! the new hotel, GroceryCompany
-; ideal such a place for themselves in the END STOMACH TROUBLE. Rossmore Inn, at Wlndemere, an attractive -

A shipment was made this week to heart and life of the church and of GASES OR DYSPEPSIA"' resort for winter tourists as c.j

Canada by one of the local growers. I he community as has Mrs. W. J. well as a delightful outing place for
'1 The berries were excellent and so i'rlpp. Hence it i. with real regret Dlapepl n" makes Sick. Sour Orlando and other nearby towns, have Wholesale and Retail Dealers in .

'i t.rce.that the top layer only required that we chronicle her departure to Gassy Stomachs surely feel fine sold their intere in the inn to. Dr.

C thirteen berries to cover an ordin- make a new home for herself and in five minutes. and Mrs J. _A. Thompson, of Cleve

ary berry cup which is 6x5 inches, amity in Kissimmee, Fla., whitherMr. If what you just ate is souring onrour'stomach land. Dr. and Mrs. Thompson will GROCERIES

equal to twenty-five square Inches. Fripp h.. preceded her by sev- or lies like a lump of keep the hotel open the year round, 'O'j
The grower was Leslie Turner1. He eral months. Probably no one mem- lead, refusing to digest, or you belch and during their stay here this summer -

was offered $60 for five crates, which ber of the church had the entree into gas and eructate sour, undigestedfood expect to make many Improvements ,
he refused. homes had Mrs. or have a feeling of dizziness, such aa beautifying groundsand --
; i- understood so many and as sympathized Fripp with ,the or bsarthurn- fullness, neu..., bad tasteIn adding new attractions to the , . 0' + . 4' 0 0' + .4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 1

IF YOUR CHILD IS CROSS heart life of so many of its people.It mouth and stomach-headache, TOO house. \ 4 4

l FEVERISH. CONSTIPATED was her gift. can get blessed relief in five minutes. Pensacola. Rudolph and Starling .. WE SELL I : *4 4 4 WE BUY: 4
t'( Every department of the church will Put an end to stomach trouble foreverby Dean the colored men who pleaded VHAY 4 4
t Lack. Mother! If ton roe Is coated, feel her loss-the Sunday school, getting a large fifty-cent case ofPape's :in Pensacola several days ago to 4 4
,c cleanse little bowels with "Cali where she has served as teacher; the Diapepsin from any drug store. five counts of grand larceny in -connection GRAIN ... 4 4 -.-.

fonda Syrup of Figs." I missionary society, of which she has You realize in fire minute how needless with prolonged and systematic 4 FURS 4 -,

I been a most efficient president; the it is to suffer from Indigestion, thefts from the Louisville & Nashville FERTILIZERS 4 .' t..
( Mothers can rest easy after giving adies' aid and the 'church as a whole, dyspepsia or any stomach disorder. I freight depot, were arraigned In court 4 WOOL tt

,. --, ;"California Syrup of Figs," because in'few which she has faithfully served for It's the quickest,. surest stomach doctor last week and sentenced by Judge SHINGLES 4 .
____ $ hours all the docJr d-up.waate, several years as editor of the Mes In the world. It's wonderful I Monroe to serve five years each on .* 4 AND '.4 'I'

-I, our bBs aiM fermenting food gently senger. the county road ORANGE BOXES 4
( t .moves out. of the bowels, and you have Nor will her loss be felt by our MORE TOMATOES AVAILABLE.Miami 4 ALL 4 .

.,." I '..welt,,playful child agin. church alone. As vice-president of Fla.-The weather is becoming Largo.-One and one-half miles of ORANGE WRAPS. 4 4 J
Sick children needn't be coaxed to tha W. B. M. I., as chairman of the art more1-favorable-for tomato grow brick paving are to be laid this summer COUNTRY 4 " ..I
",t"1 ; ,take this harmless "fruit laxative." and literature department of the Lake: ing. The nights are not so cola and In the town of Largo. The bonds VEGETABLE CRATES : "

.' ai"t 'f' :Millions of mothers keep It handy beeause View Woman's club, as a member of the days are warmer. Young tomato were purchased recently by J. B. Me 4-. #

!': ; .' they- know its action on the the Juvenile Protective association plants are growing nicely. Last week Creary Co. of St. Petersburg, and the CRATE NAILS 4 PRODUCE' 4 .
.$ stomach; fiver and bowels/-is prompt and as a recognized friend In many about 100 car loads left this section.. work'will begin at once. This paving' 4 4 + -1'

I $ ""ud sure -; {- ; organized: philanthropies her influenceand There wilt be an Increase this week. with other Improvement will give * ** * * * * * . . . . . . d . 4. \! : Ask your druggist for. KO-cent bot- her interests have been city-wide. Crops are maturing -at some of the Largo the distinction of oneof the .

';r VVtlsr: of ...Ca1itos.raP"Ofi Figs." The daughter Carolyn thirteen I heavy shipping points and larger np- most up-to-date places ,of its site in We sell field and garden seeds ;( U kinds. ,
old.' has already earned for her'sell available. '
plies becoming
years are more ,
.;: contains, directions for, babies.. the state.
Xwhich/ .
: place in the ,______ W givespecial attention to fitting out.hunting and '
"' a Sunday school in | camping parties. .
'. :::.. ., ,,childrenof. alleges and. for :grown- which she has made a nine years per' POesiCaredlnO'to,I" Days \: Miami -The .trial ot"'John Aahlechareecl' *, Free delivery in city limits '*Phone No. 12. l-, ,
T A .... t'i"p pr feet record and among her associates, Year Or tpsT** *Will ...... iWO.*jy'tf *JHCsOIMTMKKT : with the murder of ,DeSoto '
taO to m .-p u e 4 Itckfa**? ? We are county. agents for good fertilizers.:, Ask v. for circular and price
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" r-. '"; JAMES\ NEW: :LIST OF. OFtfC&RS. 'Js t Beautify. Kiss. imrnee_ ,; .w; KNOCKOUT IN;.THE. 26TH :ROUND '
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lIP"\; ? .';Willi.r.; IenlUJl"-.f.?. .gria'Td':.S.. ,;.:; uI'f'.' : :>!!:' 0arr')11f.II ;'; :: ., In answer to tie *appeal made autoiet would And pl.asalat'drlta of j Han : I'Cuba*-Jess'"Wiilard\ the : few :ltrwu *'. carrieei:,the. psht'away

; ,,laigwl and officer eiseUd fir the" en.t low.tpWafi .A. editorial columns of t e\Valley 'Ga-. considerable distance about the place,.. Kansas'',cowboy ;:111,, the .new'heavy'weJfht { from the Mack matt and l

: ...,..scar' at tdae ..... Hartter.... "Vail dotM.e .L s.o ..* last wee*..Dr;'.JN: PuMoyerha: *. 'A-lake shore drive from tome point in, .'' '""champiMi .pugilist of the over with ricW face tote, ..b.dgedrw!::
RLast: ' khiyni ht; the'luesiaamef Qetf -H. c. Stanford J.7,Wade written' the following suggestion won I. north Kissbnmea and extending alongthe world. knocked
". eUb look out upon 'a,roseate" te...... 15ie ker F 'ktcFMteonl W.::B.JBarris how to make Kissinune more attractive lake front; as far as the Country lODe the black champion in the twen .Seventeen thousand,person saw the a
,....'*-r"''J* The ehibt,house was'alivelyplaceSh'on : and M.+KaU. < r-; : "" f, to the.tourist. ., .;. *+ road and returning by the usual bout :.round IOf their.championship combat and' when..JohnsonmnnpleiT ;
Golf ;' c' be a great,the here. The knockout was a tar. on the floor ,from a fierce--right
,5 the occasion,of the annual meeting . : Officers of the club were named a* (. :flew tke PlaceWoald .. up
",. and th."attendanc.'waa; even :',as follows: u."A..' Hunter president .. Suggestion Joy of driving.. rifle swing to' Johnson's Jawin. .the wing to the Jaw the crowd burst &to "l
Be More Attractive Fourth 'or' two musicals each twenty-sixth round of their the ring. .Soldier cleared the ".'
one ring.
larger'than th. fondest hopes of the ;T A. :;' '.rentibusUstic: .ones who''....., always J. ,Wad> *Tucker, second vice-presi! First of allthe" vacant groundat week..both vocal ,and instrumental bout. It was Johnson's fight all Johnson. took the .-:ref.....'* fount ,
'.,;t 1 .......t.''. Cover were laid at the din- dent anLJ. .D.'Clark,, secretary-and the railroad"*tation should be beautified given-at the Graystone' hotel -would the way until twenty-second round" while-laying" on the rope, but the moment '"
,'i1"" . 'ner-whlch preceded the.meeti for trsfirer.' by the planting of trees, shrub Be greatly enjoyed. all visitor and when the vitality left him because of afterAef.r.e'Wdah. had given i .

'. between,thirty.. and-forty. Good fel The' greens'committee wee.;.Polnt. and flowers; asthis spot i. the Intro would be a strong "incentive 'to- prolong the hard pace h.,carrMcS.- throughout. the decision:: the former champion got; .
$=.... ,)owahip 'and enthusiasm, marked 't. ed as follows L. A. Hamilton, EdgarKats dnction'.to the town u strangers enter their' stay. the earlier rounds., t tresh.of
,'. ;evening's program.: _" Bob ;Bullock: and. Lawrence.. the city and much depends upon a You have tIi.eUmak.tbe'drinldng Then the,giant plainsman opened on his feet In Urn to escape the wild'.,. 'r
;. : impression_ '' ,"..' water, the lake; of his: heaviest .attack:: and '.da'the next excited.spectators... "
.v T- The business" of th."eD1ric'' washandled. CaIT.: : proper sports : ,. :: m
motor _._ _.._ _
; efiId.nt'and busineaslike "" Second a public park should be"es= sailing, rowing. ,. ,tang, fishing -- -- ------- -,--- -- - --, -- ---. .-
manner by the retiringpresident, appointeds .; tablished without the city' limits;, of and quite near'" to' the beat hunting KUNKHAMMER TEARS' ,IN HELLBETTER .. ." .
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. . sufficient also to form grounds" in the state.Get and .
: busy
:V"fc ___._ _-_ a pleasure) spotto
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'linger' long and mild do The reward
. lacyunder will,, certainly
KISSIMMEE. GOLF _COURSE.T' I ,.. .' Met of the delightful Florida climate. follow. f ",. r '... :Paul KHnkhamrter, aged fifty-seven, ',TURPENTIriCAMPS. .
J.' .' .' (.' "*" ,.,' . : c r "Third:more paved street should be .' .DR."J.'V'MOYER.112.: formerly of New.Ulm Mlnn, died athis' "-
Dole Name Bogy' '- Distance home, .four' miles northwest of Montgomery, Ala."I would rather: ,m ;,
; ., ;; speedily constructed so' ,the. .tourist- Emmett St.. ,
> . Kissimmee, Sunday paralysis Mr.iOinkhanlmer spend four in -hell than four '
"5. =... 225 .Yards.
,; .. '.' ... I -J41 Kumquatf;: .1,4.. 'I .
.. ... .. ,. r.. --. -' .. was stricken on Friday. year In. a turpentine camP.dedarecl
!' :-'t....: ....,'. 'try"'' tj j ): .j. '160 Yards; The body was taken to-Minnesota for Len F. Greer,. associate member of .,

'L" :. 3.a...:.,".! f-l\O. -.. ::','Shore:,:,<4. .. "' 4, ,; 170 Yards < burial accompanied by the widow and the State Board of Convict Inspectors,:
1110:<', .,,. T .'......-.. :;:. .4:' Semiiiole," "J . .5",; -. 350! .Yards I WORLD N.EWSrIN; SHORT BITS I II Charles NeidT Besides his wife Mr. in describing:: to the legislative investigating
Klinkhammer left one daughter'wholives committee la
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4' :.t oJ It. InlaridMidway I '4 230 Yards - u. .. --' .u_ ___. .. ... ., .._ in the northwest.- Mr.. Klink turpentine camps: In ',south Ala..
\ : ;!,6, "' :' ..5r 370 Yard I : : hammer'had lived here about "year bama. '., ? '
4t 1, Myrtle 6 .475 Yards Russia's attitude ecn..mlne'ltaii') : punish subordinate soldiers who torndown and was wail.known to a large number Mr. Greer said that he would recom.mend "

'. .....1\ 8 Entrance 3 170 Yards territorial aspirations is-defined in.a American flags in, Belgium. of persons. He was a.god: citlsen < that all contract-'for the-leaps
ti" semi-official Petrograd announcement :
ana member-of the Catholic of state convicts to operating
a txersons
. .9': ',. EndV., ,.' .- 4 . 195 Yards a* one of sympathy withItaly's desire Loss of another member of the allied church. in" southAlabama ,be: canceled.. He, z
'" .. .... to obtain the Austrian fleet attacking the Dardanelles is
territory "
:;;;,./ ._ reported from Athens of Ber- declared the tasks were too heavy and "-
: ,1" '38 2345 ..rdIC about chiefly the head by of people the Adriatic of ,Italian InhabIted lin. The British battleship Lord Nelson The barometer Invented in 1(43. the hours too long.- J', ,1' 4''

is said to have been stranded in
t '.1 stock. Russia would not oppose still

;: ,., 1... A. Hamilton, who declined to ac-. In.on.l.E. E. Naugle, A. E. Donegan further expansion, but warns Italy the straits forts., and then destroyed by theTurkish -

..H> cept the place for another year o'ingf and W, G. S.. Carr. not to press her claims to a point : .
f;?.I-.:,;' .to the fact that he felt it should be It 'wa. unanimously decided by the : later.might bring on' another conflict A German 'submarine sunk the Brit* ChalleD.'ge:
.:.IJ. given to someone who would be herea : club to draft suitable resolutions of 1 Ish steamer Olivine, off the Isle of ,
, a, greater length of time. Mr. Ham- thanks to be sent to Mrs. Meikleion Despite the fact that the Prins Wight Monday. The Russian vessel .
.', ...'ilton's ;work'on course, bow. alopg with some tangible'' expression Eitel Frederick, the German sea raider whose sinking was made known was . r
,'" '-- ven-was praised was from the club for the earnestness with had been fully coaled and provisioned identified as the bark Hermes. Both
head "greens
I..j. *- :placed at the of the com7 which she had assisted in the work of .she made no attempt to makea crews escape '
,:-< rnlttoe" for the ensuing year lie anhi the club. Similar resolutions will be dash\ through the cordon of English Devoe ag'ainst Lead-and-OII\ ';
."" ;,,- flounced during the. evening that'the sent to Mr. Meiklejon and Frank Vans battleships outside Newport News Notwithstanding official denials it I. ; :\
; "' nine-hole course was now in good condition Agnew, who are now with the English harbor even when on last Friday nighta believed in Borne that there is a basis ,
.1 : and could be kept..o the year.round. army. snowstorm was raging and all telegraph for the report that Turkey and possibly ... :'."- ") ,

-: .- He announced also a It was decided to hold a tournament communication was cut out except Austria, are considering initia- '
1"\: try 'of 'name for the hole which are and tea at the club on Wednesday by wireless.In tion of Is peace attached the Significance in- Paint half of your house Lead-ahd-- J
'J' .given in connection with this article afternoon of this week. presence <
together with the bogy and dicta a fight in the Canal Zone between Switzerland of Djavid Pasha Turkish ;
r[ F : Director were elected a* follows for The club also decided to take in the United States soldiers and Panama minister of finance. Rome dispatches Oil and half Devoe. .: ,/ .- . {

! ;.,1 the Kissimmee Club which members of .the tennis club and arrangements policemen, one soldier was killed and say his denials that he is on peace r
r k/x 'Is the incorporated body which' owns will be made to equip a three others injured. The riot occurred 'mission should not be regarded too
.:t.. the real estate and club building 'L. tennis court so that those who prefercan at a baseball game at Cristobal. seriously If Devoe doesn't take less gallons, and cost ,less :t
'. A. Hamilton H. A. Hunter A. E. indulge in this sport a. well as
'' L. McPherson golf. The Turks on Monday claimed to money, no pay. If Devoe doesn't wearbetter'too', aw..w'<
.;: .JDonegan S. Lupfer, K- General Joffre, head of the French have ,,,
.. .' J. D. Clark and E. L. Lesley. Art in all the club:: has taken on army declare. that the European war Ode..sunk.. two Russian battleships at we'll return your money. ..' :-
1"1' Officer of the Kissimmee Club new life and promises to be even more will soon end and that the allies will

:i. s company were named as follow: successful in the future than it has win. The Royal! Dutch West Indies Com- .. i
Hunter A. E. Done- been in the act. In a.sumlngthe "
H. A. president: pany's steamer Prins Mauritis foundered -
j''.1 gan vice-presidentj-'J. D. Clark, secretary presidency 0, the dub Mr. Hunter Six merchantmen were torpedoed by in a storm off Hatteras and fifty Lead-and-Oil is said to be good for; "
, and treasurer. made a neat little speech and promised German submarines in two ,days the are believed to have lost theilives ,'
t .. Dli ecters of Kissimmee Golf club his every endeavor to make it the latter part of last week. persona The storm last Saturday also is '
; r the social organization/. were named! best little golf club in, Florida. claimed the sea-going tug Edwin three years.; Devoe better.six. .t. '

At a conference of governors held in Luckenbach and fifteen lives lost.
fr Chattanooga last Saturday plans were Scores of other lives were lost in the If not we'll return yoiiri ; s
: ... ....... .0... .......... IS KISSIMMEE SATISFIED? formulated by the chief executives 6f storm which lashed the Atlantic coast years. I ,, ,
.I; the states through which it will passfor '
O with almost unequaled fury. /
?.,.t! ODD BITS OF NEWS. oet an improved highway to be knownas ,. money. ;; . ,. ,
The Evidence I.ciIldDI'; The Testimony the Dixie Highway, from Chicagoto Reports from Louisiana indicate . .'" ;.. 1
tM ,. .. .... ........00000.00. Open to Investigation. Miami, Fla. that the strawberry crop there was .. '" ....

"Xw.; 'Newcastle, Ind.-The most daring here. : Before here, it a must statement be supported can be by accepted local David S. Crater, secretary of state hard hit by the recent frost. At sea, Lead-and-Oil,! is good for a year; Deyoe/,::::f''. A Y
thief in the world is operating .
1 "' The police department has a wonderfully testimony--by the evidence of some of New Jersey, dropped dead of heart the Five German American officers army observers officers with don't know how. long ; for several years -. ; -V" :;r ,..
: one residing in Kissimmee. Statements disease while walking on Broadwayin as were *"v
fine and savage watchdog. The from unknown in remote New York city last Saturday. ordered by cable to return to the Uni-
ill. thief stole the collar from the dog'sI people ted States. The order a ., ...'
be but
'f neck. places may true, we cannot German officers have promised to surprise. Lead' .
prove them. Here is a statement bya We'll back Devoe against : ; .

: Washburn. Wis.-Lafayette Renter, Kissimmee resident: w" '
'Vtwentythree, died here last week after C. M. D. Ward prop.. butcher shop, and-Oil in :
/j ,?' his relatives had kept him alive 524 Mabbette St., Kissimmee says: CROWDS HEAR NEWS MANY TROUBLES any exposure anyhow ,
V"; for fifty days by artificial respiration. "My back gave out entirely at times ; :i* :
time. ,
and I bad to work. The
Night and day, for seven weeks, one just stop any .

r"L'",;.' or another of the man's relatives had burned kidney in secretion, were The I suffered OF FIGHT AT DIXIEA DUE TO AN W. B. M Kuslmmoa\; .. ,i,;' -
:;: pumped air" Into his chest. with their was indescribable passage. and I way got so dizzy "nanu .. .. . ti >,... >
tiSranda.' _
(, ;. sometimes I could hardly tell in what s'y'y
l, :- ":, Sunbury -M. Alice Rhoades, direction I was walking. After I began large number of Kissimmee men INACTIVE LIVER .

,; t,:-,.: eighteen, is Jn the hospital here. At taking Doan's Kidney Pills :I who wens interested in the world ./.
I ; ::!Tier home in the country she attempted could see right away that I was being championship battle In Havana were SUB-SOILING GROVES =: .

-,'r"to? take a' drink from a glass in the helped and when I had finished the" present at the Dixie theater Monday; Many of the troubles life,' such ,
"ilark., Picking up the wrong tumbler second box I was rid of She trouble. when a special wire report was received. as headache indigestion, constipation "'" '
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.' 'a U several hundred tacks Price 60c at: all dealers. Don't simply and lack:: : of due to mac '' '
M abe swallowed. energy are : : ;. :
ask for a kidney remedy-get and ., it ..
While the crowd was orderly tive livers. .
c.; ..;,and.pins-r. _'. .. .. Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that good-natured there,was' a. world of GRIGSBrS LIV-VER-LAX Is'" a natural ?. '. ,. '". ...)/).\;"!I' .'
1,'jot ..- :AuroraIllIn a law. suit involving Mr.: .Ward had.- Foster-MUburp, Coq ent.huaiallm' news came that vegetable remedy that will get WITH'DYAAMITD '..rt.._ 'tre .....;pr.vlde.' and ..... .r'I'I t ttre.

a*' .man and 'hi* wife the court made ;rro,..,,Buffalo'N- Y.. .. Jess Willard a white man, had at last the ,liver right and ,make these troubles MW Iff*. It r.MOV_-the eet... .( r_< .....Dlv-Baek:.. ..

,' ) -the .husband promise that his '' CARD OF THANKS.,: taken the'title away 'from..the'negro, disappear." It. has none- of the '.... dkre.e. ........ .7'. lack ,...r,1. ,. .' !" tits; .1.4: ,. a 'r

could warm her feet'on. his' back every' :' ; .. Johnson.,. ._ dangers, of disagreeable.-' 5- effect ."Oar' ........'......'7- t .e..k1T'.eL.alat" vrltis,all .dvaa/aea; '
..-'night! until.springy. , .' -Valley'Minnq'Apri12." of.calomel.; ... ...... .
: : .. rf ,, : Im tk. Ha* .* 47Mml -e ypl tmrmttmg fruit. BTwtsa- 3,"q
: ft. 'Of -.' "'- We wish; to' express. our- heartfelt TAKES OFF 'Get a 50c or $} bottle of this splendid .!.. .* e.. ........ d -;, ...
: Winsted."ConnlrArtBuf ,F; Ackley, thanks to 1 all who assisted in the HAIR STOPS FALLINGKissimmee remedy from your druggist toda .
.:':.i--, returning home upon his first furlough searchfor' our dear father, also to Every bottle bears the likeness of L. We ra"'7 large et.cka of aU ....._ .t 'r.rr a... '..T.a..t. .;..: j wa
'"',"'" f- ;;{ Lruoi the navy was so glad to see his Mrs Wheeler, the G. A. R. and the Save your Hair I Get a 29 cent Bottleof K. Grigsby, who guarantees it ......... .. .r.. .......*. ..._. r.......*, ltk tlttlmm red MkHMU..Writ .: 1 i.. .
; 'o:grandmother ,Mrs.. Ferdinand Fortier, M. E. church for their. beautiful floral Danderine right now-Also through Osceola Pharmacy. 16.4t ........ ....Uee. bay see booklet .. .MMIIM__- ..i. '
';, :& '- hat he, gave her a hearty hug break- offerings. stops itching scalp. .17' '
T.fJjjbnTjm: of the old lady ribs. c. T. THAYER;; : r.
1/ Thin brittle colorless and
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scraggy fo-.1: ': .
t il'' : York. Charles Stelzle direc- hair ia mute evidence of a .neglected UNCLE EVERETT BUYS
>'A. ,, -- NORA ROSE, South Florida ': 'i
of ,
scalp dandruff-that awful scuri '
j'tor, of relief and emergency measures AVA HESS, .Company; ,. .
There is nothing so destructive to ', ..
2' i afMayor Mitchel' committee on un- JENNIE JANES, .. 5
.:.. '"f! employment, has left his position to CLYDE THAYER, the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair CIGARS FOR-BOARD I Fort Meade, Florida; "" ... ,..; t '
.1 i begin the organization of a national ELLA JARVIS. of its lustre, its strength and its very; .... ,J.t .
"' jL of thousands of artisans and workingv and he was sentenced under the habitual -. and itching of the scalp, which Uncle Everett Bass, janitor at the .. :
:; ; ,who soon will be thrown out of criminal act. if not remedied Causes the hair roots court house was so pleased when the ':"",
: *v-.. :.employment! in the various statesfr.jJSLv to shrink, loosen and die-then the news came announcing the victory of ALL FLORIDA SOIL NEEDS LIME. :..

; which reenntly passed prohibition Harrisburg, Pa.-Governor Brum- hair falls out fast. A little Danderine "Jess" Willard, the Kansas cowboy, We ..... ... law v eT b.-..._ poee ... I" ... .eat .fta ... '_t'I %
f'! "laws .Thi )'movement has been en- baugh has admitted that his probe of tonight-now-any, time-will surely] over Jack Johnson the negro pugilists T.rr >..... Oar u.. l. bat. ....... mad WILL MOT RHL.KASH THIS AMMOHLA'""
!. ta. sa..rtala .__ to .wt t_....... _.,...... __ .
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hair. in their in Havana
::;z dora d -by the leading labor leaders. the expense accountsfiled by the legislators save your fight Cuba on .. .sty. used arara.t.. 7- .....,........ Ask r fee fs. ,
.and,phl1 nthl'opl.ta. j recently elected has failed to Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton'sDanderine Monday that he went right out and =pi*. =.rc= .!!,. ,iJ., 1

': ,' i show any contributions which would from any dug store. You bought cigars and "set 'em up" to the BLOWERS LOSE AND PHOSPHATE' COMPANY ; ' '
( tz, O Charleston, W. Va. For the th.fti obligate the men' to liquor interests.He surely can have beautiful hair and lots county commissioners who were in session ,I" "
''of'160 pennies from a railway office, also announced that he had been of it if you will just try a little Dan- in the court room. DBFT. 'wo! OCAtuL.BONES. rLGlUDA. : ,.;< .?.:. '., \ ?r

j"'to.TBerdie' Smith ,has:been sentenced to unable to find at the capitol any expense derine. Save.your-hair I Try it t. Everybody, including the Valley [. . '
"the-penitentiary. for life. It wan his account of -liquor.Interesta or Gazette man, "smoked up" at Uncle w'. .' .

V-y. ., ''Jourth.. Conviction! on larceny. .charges organizations for campaign purposes. CARD OF THANKS. Everett's expense in celebration of' a -". ,,
.... newly-made whit man champion. .4"/.. "
Valley Gazette, Kissim ,. 11. ,... ., .'

f. :CALOMEL WHEN BILIOUS ? N'DJ! STOP A mee card:: ;; Fla.of thanks to the friends and QUINA FUNERAL-HELD HERE : ,',', " I
Odd Fellow for the kind assistance, The funeral of Desdivio Qu'na, who : .f 'h>. .. a
floral tribute; and burial of my beloved died at Orlando held b ? i ... ...
was here last a .
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;. HAKES: YOU SICK : ,SALIVATES Sincerely Rull Bass. The services were '::;F;. ; 4' .

,,, . MRS. MIRIAM QUINA. conducted by the Rev. A. M. Chls- WE-WANT-BONES 4 '
'i..f 'r' .::: holm, interment being in Rose Hill ./d :: .
.... Oil QUAKER GOWNS FEATURED. ... , ,,,:
\ .."" -. cemetery. The local Odd Fellow. ; .:.?t 1't! : : :" .
:'Onllol i LJr Here's my guarantee-Go to any drugstore lodge conducted the burial i. A. rat, Vk.L4; .
'r .TORI! U Iiarmless''Tf In an operetta popular several seasons .
;, : : .. and geC.a.00 seat bottU of Dod> there were Quaker Cheek, J. D. Jeffords, C. F. Thrasher, PrsLirie Bones Bleached Bones :) ; : a
Cbil TOC-SlggdSt l 111ff son's Liver Tone.' Take spoonful and ago many E. C. Roberts, IL E. Swabey and E. ,
madiens who -
and. "
.. & every one saw it ;; : '
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; If It doeaaketralghten; -you right up commented the acted as apll bearers. Mr. -" :. .
.': .;$: .1. 'Bowlls. and make you"feel.ftDe and vigorous I modified on beauty of their Quina was a member of Duval lodge, : All Kinds of Bones '\ t ,i'. ,.t : ; ,
,'1 to be sure, but still
gowns .
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< -'-'-' want you .to go.back. to the store and : modeled on the frock of the No. 48, L O. 0., F., of Jacksonville ryoc" ", r "'\
.td&l.t.tOalomel, makes You sick.', 'IfssJATake get Dodaon's' LiTer Tone Quakermaid Uratives'Of the deceased who ; "
your money came W"
: Now that-wide-sldrted frocks Writ. for end shlpplag .
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I"' allw a dose of the dangerou4 is destroying the sale of calomel becauseIt here to attend the funeral were his BS poets .. ,UstnctioM.rT :, ,..
4 : f might and tomorrow you may lose ia real liver medicinal ..tlnIT'v"| , gradually narrow bodices in fashion, seem erhaps to be coming the- I father,. Charles N.Quina, the well :,... t> jft 5 W') ,1:. 4' !
s work. table,, therefore it can' not salivate 01'lIIab mowncustoms inspector:: of Pensacola, ".* ...r ; I! ..
Quaker costume will receive- ,
" ',' .,Is mercury' quicksilverer you sick.: some and his brothers, Charles and 'Arthur it .. 1r.'i. ,;'t" !
', \, ; _. necrosis 'of ,:the bones I guamatee- that spoonful of Dod- consideration. One American'design:: . of 'Jacksonville and John "
.. one .
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'" .Calomel) "when', 1$; comes Into contact J oa's Liver Tone will put your sluggish er has already featured it. mina, of Orlando.Although'total. Wilson & Toomer Fe ttiljiefC; : -;i iMaMtfactarer : : :

.with sour bile eraahes into 'it, breaking ver.'to work'and .,1_ your bowels of : .. ,
J *-,, ,,1t..Po .;This ls when you feel that awful that sour,, bn.'and constipated waste COLDS:.& IaQllIPPE : ;'blind, Miss Eliza "*"'W,. .c"I :; v .;,,1"rIDEAL : :,; ,

I? nausea and eramplnrIf your are shig- which is clogging your system and mak- ..,. beth PaTfter. aged.. < ;- : > ; :,", .
., '< Brooklyn ia the ,
",fiver T. torpid and bowels constipated a ALfIDEAL4. : :: :*s i iM ,
: abottl.refDedsoa'e.Liver 7oe. .wUl of Chills &Ferer Cold scholarship ., ,, . :
.. case : in'voal"iraltdng. at the .
have fceadaeae. dial--, coated : .< ; . ',- . ..
i or yo* keep your-eatIr. family,fading flae foes New .; 1/ .. : -: :: .. : : '"
I:, fe tongue;U breathiabaa. or.stoaiaek.. sour, Uia.I. Give It to your ehildraev .It isM 1 &LaGrippe;; it acts on the line .York National Conservatory of . '".' t FJa. ; '
: ..,.. .., Calomel Music, she being churn from a brie g : :; .. +acINs1.. ; : .. .:_;;
.it* try a. e4 .ese Dedsois'* aaralees/eViesn* gripe aad hy like it* better than and dote not Ij;;"."''.'' ". .. ..' J ' ,
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-.J. [ ',; \ : Gazette company ,U about, to resume common.dividendswhich; were iuspei'ucrler i ;c -- :'"
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p : : Valley: :' " K \--I ,
", the Roosevelt;'. administration.and what -u"more !',h.n' just, let'.contracts foe State{ Press Comment "

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A ,' KSwruots* OSJCBCUU COUNTT. FLORIDA.: ;, 'paying higher wages than'ever"before i in the history of Bridgeport,' which .

r 4\ i ii essentially factory' city and the shorter, hours for:morpay .. 8.'DL J.11. hi
: ,a are giving men PORTO i
W, *V HARRIS sad 1- 'G VANS ACNEW OWNERSR.8'NAtYCLE. ,. Florida. vegetable ,growers: 'wait '
; than,they; ever taw before.,, On a recent trip. to the Pacific coast* I found hundred of ,dollar 'eeryseason; ,by nMa Stele maim OffleWM.\i : ,

: ,. .EditrandManager, , evidence' not' of returning prosperity eo but'':prosperity, that, had arrived ii not..'putting up their 'own. canned "
,T.' chunk with lots It all recall to 'mind,: origins goods, isdisgrae, to some corn.munitlee ': It convincing: !
b huge more: to come.. ; my \\t Seeing .. "
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'o fg. .la>.p..thit....-.._._.'.w Oas copy, three month* ---.-..., ,.". thought t when I heard the new of Woodrow;Wilson nomination* This was to see *: old.,' education from'childhood to
4 ; cam piled up as eyesore;: Why, are old age is'the'"' most;'impressive, the.
, esoept.' from oar .uthorl..4,*orr..p.Bd.oW, moat b. that, the" democrat., had done-' the?wisest thing' they, ,had, ever, attempted"Coast . grower ,*o" foolish?'; :Too ,many. do most lasting, the most convincing."
M41q1..tu.saleatlona! "" a realize has
not seem to that they are Reference already been made In
> natter will set >* returned eaUs*'oa4U_ for ,service ,
; losing money, unless they see someone this press to the educational

t 1 .. ; :, itMaUrea1 .. the PootoffU In = ..'.....* Florid*, a* eooi dlaa matter.) Line Booklet Issued running off with it.. Such men health exhibit, !which, ,was prepared
art not taking 'proper care of their originally.. by th* state board for the'
; ,1\ .'_" "FRIDAY,, APRIL 9, 191S Handsomely printed and containing a wealth of photograph ,of Florida famllle*. Their wives ,and daughters Southern Health exhibit. in Jacksonville -,
last December: -Since
that time
that will do the
l, ". ," product and descriptive matter the Atlantic Coast Line booklet has been re'the if papa one will get the machine.canning It is, it ,has been shown >to the" peopl* of

I' ', People Join in Tourist Plan received This booklet i i. issued by the Agricultural and. Immigration department very encouraging' to note the ads' Tampa Sanford,: Orlando;,,'Lakeland,.

.\ of the road with the assistance of the cities on the company's line. vance being made'' by the different' Palatka, Ocala, Penaacola and Telia
.. The book is devoted to south and central' Florida and bears the title The localities that have boys' or girl' hassee. It was seen aDd- atudled In''
,'Last"week we asked that citizen write for u. what they think we un canning clubs-Florida Growers New these eight cities by an attendance

,, '?do'to bring mON! tourists to Kissimmee and by so doing get and retain many Land of Out-of-Season Products .: -+- equal to three-quarters of' their estU. >,

t .of,them ai permanent resident We are pleated to know that number have Speaking of Kissimmee the booklet says: "Kiuimmee i is the county seat We would like to have a Florida mated population. __ "<, ,
' ( v ,. .,zesponded'and; what they have to say may be found in other column That of Osceola county, situated on the north bank of Lake Tohopekaliga i i. on press gallery containing the photographs -' The panels, photograph up this exhibit'rIUus.and models ., '
p1 the main line of the Atlantic Coast Line railroad and it the terminus of the of every'newspaper man in practically .
.. ,show a spirit that u commendable. Most people are too prone to let a Florida. Every. newspaper office in trate and visually the work;
Florida Midlind railway and the Sugar Belt railway is 165 miles southwest that is being don by the board' in'
s newspaper do all the talking and no newspaper i. always right. Our ideas may ; the state could have such' a gallery

,,'. :not be the proper ones-you may have an idea that is a thousand times more from Jacksonville and 75 miles northwest from Tampa. It is on what i i. 4f all the boys would print their pictures gathering Florida; the necessary work of vital the state statistics labor in,
' know about it. called the backbone of the state, being 65 feet above sea level. It is con- in their respective papers. These I
{ f' :appropr.Ut and if you have we want to let the rest of the people atoriea; the fight against malaria and
could be framed In
nected with the Gulf of Mexico by chain of lakes and canals, and three pictures a group i and tuberculosis '
a typhoid
'\ : This time, however, one of the writers just naturally "beat us at our own or placed in an album and would be ; against the

'.... \ '.game.", He has broached the subject of beautifying the grounds about the steamers may weekly trips between this port and Lake Okeechobee. Its a valuable possession. This plan would I fly and mosquito that carry disease ,
population has from 2.000 in, 1909 to 5,832 in 1914 and is still introduce the members of germs; studies in smallpox and vac
to the
J depot, ,the first pot that greets the eye of a visitor to our city. That was the grown help hookworm, glanders and rabies;' the
., 'very subject we intended to stress this week in our little campaign for climbing. It has four miles of streets paved with brick about twenty milesof craft one to another and bring them cination, in measles; whooping cough,

attractions that will bring and hold visitors as permanent residents.It sidewalks and owns modem electric light, water works and sewerage plants I be closer a good together.Sunday A press feature gallery for would one work that I.i being done for Florida''

',: is' usually the case that one can see very little of a city except its very "The school advantages of Kissimmee are not surpassed by any town of the big dailies of the state.-Levy to indigent feed aha crippled wash children and dress; the way*'

Wont part from the windows of a day coach or Pullman. But simply because of its size in the United States. There is a high school costing $25,000 and 'Times-Democrat. and many other subjects youngbabies ,that

should well eqiiipped with all modern appliances, and all pupils graduated are admitted need illustration to, have
this {i. the rule--and it has many exceptions-is no reason why we But where is photographer who practical

't ,t''. wish to show our worst side to the traveler. You know how often in traveling to any college in the state, so high is 'the standard would risk smashing his machine by their importance understood and appreciated -

?; :yourself you have passed through some stations where pretty flower beds, "The climate is even and favorable to health and agricultural production. taking a shot at Rube Allyn, Stone- sens of the by state.the taxpayers and citi'.

r p\ green lawns and well-kept shrubbery have met your gaze around the depot. I The thermometer rarely goes above 92 in summer or lower than 36 wall Jackson Triblett, Gebrge M. It i II safe to say the state board"

r "' You have a good impression left in your mind about the city and you thought degrees in winter and the nights in summer are always cool and comfort- Goolsby of, Andrew Carter and a few, has never inaugurated a' more valuable -
more our notoriously homely
able. The health conditions, according for by local or a more widely appreciated{
c how you would like to see more of that place. Perhaps you were even induced to statementsvvouched scribes.-Zolfo Springs Truth. method of education than this. It has
i to pay that city a visit simply because its front door-the grounds authorities, are especially favorable and it has the lowest death rate in the -+- I already been proven more impressive
1 t United States less than three to each thousand population. It is pleasing: to notice that one or
e about the depot-were inviting. one two regard Gilchrist's and impressing than the splendid lit-

x' ., w We believe that some plan can be evolved to beautify the vacant grounds "Kusimmee has a most important development in the growing of citrus candidacy newspapers for the senate as a joke erature that has been sent out by the

around the depot. We believe that the railroad company would give some fruits and the several packing houses located here and in the vicinity ship A joke will be a good will to have board question in now its work is, how of shall be made The

; assistance to the city in this work. We feel that with united effort the work vast quantities of oranges and grapefruit to northern markets each year. in the campaign, as it give us more useful by bringing it to more ,

'1 will be done before another tourist. season comes around. "Kissimmee is in the lake region of central Florida-one of the most ter some than political animosity.Hilarity By which the is bet- .people--to all the people of the state?
Beautiful of the United States and in the writer's way. sev- It is not planned to set it up at some
sections opinion,
i We are going to let the matter rest there awaiting some action on the part containing eral newspapers six years ago, look '
; place and it
the most valuable land in the United States. It is the most valuable for it ed Gilchrist's candidacy for central keep there butt
of the citizenship voluntarily and if we do not hear something definite withina gov- put it on wheels and take \it to-

a week or ten days we are going to burst forth with a little plan of our own will produce a greater variety of food products with which to sustain the followed ernor as a with joke,what and a merry result campaign well the people, to the big cities and the

and see what you. all think about it. !life of man and beast than any other section of the United States.: The rollingland tnown.-Punta Gorda little ones, to rail village and ham

., AT ANY RATE THE GROUNDS ABdUT THE DEPOT MUST AND reasonably high and fairly well drained with its superb climate, makes -+- let reach.where the lines of Florida
4' Education is the first requisite of
possible of and of
,r WILL BE BEAUTIFIED AND WE HAVE ENOUGH FAITH IN KISSIMMEE a constant succession sowings reapings. Vegetation some progress and advancement, and com- The board is ready. The railroads

\ PEOPLE TO THINK THAT THEY WILL SEE THIS IN THE SAME LIGHT form or other is coming to fruition every month in the year pulsory education has been found necessary are thought to be willing to furnish
r "Vegetables tropic fruits hays, legumes, staple farm products are in order to reach that elementof free service, the equipment is not difficult -
the human race who are indifferentto to provide and the cost of maintenance -
this The
# produced in vicinity. greatest opportunity exists for the farmers
would be fraction of the
the a
intrinsic value of the greatest
:" / who will come here and adopt a diversified system of farming-produce the boon to civilization There can be no cost of hog: cholera serum, which by

:: ', Kissimmee Wins Fame in State staples that are usually raised in the north and shipped here-butter, poultry real arguments against a compulsory direction of a recent legislature, .is
(* products, hays pigs, livestock of all kinds. school law. A man who believes in distributed free to the swine owners of
,1 V talltin-;;' "The board of trade of Kissimmee is and will progress and advancement, who has the state. It would cost less per annum -
+ T All over the state of Florida now they are about Kissimmee. In a progressive organization the interest of humanity at heart, whois than is a recommendation to divert -
; ':':, another column we have a department headed "Said About Kissimmee." give reasonable assistance to bona-fide homese kers who will settle in this broadminded and not possessed with fifteen thousand dollars from the-

; y We are running this column weekly now to that our people at home may community, and any information relative to lands, values, situations, etc., egotistical views or the hallucinationthat health funds, to fight cattle tick, a
will be answered. Communicate his rights and freedom are trans- proposition noLaJtin! in any way with,
t r know just what the state press has to say about us. promptly with the Secretary of the Kissimmee human health human life.
gressed should favor the law and
But the which is the fact that Kis- Board of Trade without delay." encourage -
I one big thing is attracting attention its passage by the next Florida The.only real obstacle in
', 'I simmee i i. first in the running with the announcement of a great barbecue 000 legislature.-Winter Haven World. the present lack of authority from

celebration of the nation' birth. Everywhere the press admits that we have There ought to be a larger attendance at the board of trade meetings BrisbanepWalker legislature, which meets
John a former permitting the railroad companies to
i beaten the barrier and areaway off in front of the procession. This talk Every man in the city who is interested in making Kissimmee a more pros- magazine publisher of New York, now give and the board of health to accept

r about Kissimmee i i. doing us good It is bringing our city, which we knowis >erous and more progressive municipality should attend. retired and living on his Colorado estate free transportation for the health _

.' the best of her size in the state, prominently before the others as a place C M MThis announces, through The Editor train and attendants over the lines of
and Publisher of New York, an offerto the state. ,
'", where<
;-f,1 /:: 'Y "Bob" Holly, the only one of his kind, has suggested in his paper. The is a Florida number. The book, which is a handsomely printed one, consists Morrison, Colo, for the! establishmentof privileges for handling free a special -

6' 1 .' .\'. Sanford Herald, that the whole state take a day off and come to Kissimmee of 78 pages chocked full of good reading matter and pictures of Florida. a home for newspaper men who train for agricultural education.
; for that celebration. He declares that there is in the have become incapacitated for further Just now it is the question whetherthe -
", no city state large or The book is a credit to Walter J. Woodall the editor, and should result in work in the profession which makes legislature of 1915 will rise to the

,; small, that give such a' warm welcome to visitors as Kissimmee. It does much good for the state of Florida. such serious demands upon the healthof opportunity to do something really-

t ,i. heart good to hear. brother speak in such warm terms of a e f its members.-Fort Myers Press. useful and beneficial for the people of
"- , place proud' to call home. Just jump to that "Said About Kis- Florida. .
we are over
Present indications are indeed bright for the first Fair Day in Kissimmee All the editorsfeil deadly in love With such train consisting of .
a ,
simmee. column. on this same page and read the rest...of Holly's article. It'll with Miami and all sorts ay
on April 3. As will be seen in another column a general cattle sale day is are saying car rebuilt to accommodate the ex--'

' ":' ." ;make you feel good too, : I likely to be included along with the display of Osceola county products. It of sweet and"pretty things about the"Ma&ic hlbit, another to provide living quarters ?.
#.r., : ', ;; '}, 'That's great stuff now isn't it? City. It enjoy a marvelous for those who, must accompany;*"*,
...; t "' I wa the intention to make this first day principally a display of fruit product record and sets the for
: pace many the exhibit, withfree transportationfor
"" ""'-r r, ; + Why thatKkind of; talk from'another paper in another city it worth more I canned or preserved in the county, but the committee would also like to have other cities to follow.Ocala Banner. train and "attendants, .. Florida,.-f ,
) : > th aqaq all the advertising' the city could do1 on itt own behalf Its not what any other products not induded in the prize list printed last week to' that would be In the lead of all the states"::1':1:t
weather Florida this winter
"'l" ; we, say .about ,ourselves- hat'' always prejudiced-it'* what an uninterested the permanent exhibit may be that will show all the varied production laa The been so like the weather at home in the union for the"education,.itsv; ,*,
5 t .ff _l ; ou"idei'thinu., ADd .that' what, ;count: *. of this section fo the..tat '. that the tourist from the north didn't tern people 'in, sanitary and health, matJ. (
results b
and the would the
-. -
': ',, But here p the milk of the cocoanut. C get homesick and many of them are vast betterment of such conditions in

n / ', ; r We't'.it down now and wear a callous place on our backs patting The""- Children's Home Society, of Florida, which has probably done more staying. longer Times-Democrat.than usual in consequence. this state -
--Leroy '
ti; 'each 'other, for what good fellows we are and what a fine city other people god: in the state than any other single charitable agency, has two bills before 4 It would be a splendid' investment .
for the railroads better for
:u 5 think we haveWe must keep busy to retain that !reputation. It's a long the legislature which convened this week, looking toward the relief of OUR CONGRESSMAN. Florida, and instead, a of one one in r
.,, .", ."? while until July 5th whtn we will celebrate the Fourth, but it's none too long conditions which make the society necessary. -+- ten being given the opportunity to be- a
.. W. J. Sears of /
_-. lot u* to work and plan to make this celebration just what we want it to The law The Law seeks the of defectives Congressman I benefitted, as has been the case so-T>.,, ;
one ( Marriage ) to stop supply the Fourth district, was an honored '" .
-: 'be. and just what other expect us to give according to their present in Florida' at the source-by prohibiting marriages of totally unfit persons guest of the Florida Press associationat I. far chance., nine of very ten would have the 1 c

"':it: prediction The other law (The Mother's Pension Commission) seeks to give careful the meeting in Miami last week and Shall Florida have its health train /1

.- The board of trade ha started this movement, but it will take you, your study to a provision-which if' carried out properly will provide for the responded the banquet to the at toast the,Royal"What's Palm What"at ho- What is your answer?

"' r wife your neighbor, your neighbor's wife, and all your relations and every widowed mothers of Florida and their children, in the very best possible way. tel on Saturday night. The1 membersof o s

;ui: :' ,other mans relations and friends in Kissimmee and Osceola county to make the association who reside in the 000.00000000000000000000.: _

J. t '>'," .this celebration what it should be. Let's all get together now and from now Fourth district were more than proudof : l
until idea It is proposed to make it as elaborateand their congressman on this occasion. TRUTH AND PARADOX. O
"f' : on July 5th with the in mind that we are going to make the state
We knew that 0 4 p
our was
interesting as the."oldfashioned"kind congressman
1' Mr r, *it right up and take notice" Kissimmee as the greatest little city Florida Said when people went miles to meet very much a man before, but we did 00000000000..00..0......

:. '-- has. each other and swap news and jokes not know that he was an orator of
"Most fanatics
y e e M and such a high order and his rssponee before cranks and madmen :
About KissimmeeE. >> ( farming) by' this
Frank in
says Rev. Crane
and religion.-Tfimea-Union. the vast assemblage was a clean
i cut concise well defined address new work, Footnote to Life, dare .'
; Better Times Are Here -+- upon
the democratic administration and the those who are unable to understand a '\\r,
'The Kissimmee board of trade will truth has its .
E. Naugle, former managing editor state of Florida. Mr. Sears dwelt at paradox. Every opposite
; . Have you noticed a more cheerful spirit, a more hopeful mien among of the Jacksonville Metropolis is endeavor to establish regular monthlyfair length upon the good work of PresIdent which is also true. Sanity consists -.
itls- days when the farmers and ranchers Wilson and his cabinet and called in understanding this; insanity in .
'.'oudeUow man? making a classy paper out of the ; ;
have their from
We have and than that have been of th times simmee Valley Gazette and lastweek's may products upon the newspapermen of Floridato failing to see it.
'i more we sign Osceola on exhibition.-Orlando Re- to his defense all
rally at times
issue 'brimful of boosting as
I was "Workable truth is made-
: .,"which, point forcibly to the fact that better time are not only on the way- articles calculated to build up and advertise porterStar.The -+- he fully measured up to the high up of two or,more everyday contradictions. The ;;'..
;}Li; THEY ARE HEREI" that section.-Macclenny Stan- standard set by the democratic party. true doctrine is always a balance t
Kissimmee board of trade has '
One of the bank of the its friends dard. The remark of Congressman Sears .
'i big state recently tent out a letter to taken preliminary steps for celebrat-
"What is called
-+- were frequently applauded and he orthodoxy has out.-.
and patrons that carries 'an optimistic tone. The letter reads a*. follow ing the Fourth of July with a big ..
S\;: ; E. E. Naugle, formerly managing earned new laurels and added prestige lived the heresies, because orthodoxy .
I ,x -This is a note of peace, prosperity and confidence: editor of the Jacksonville Metropolis, bar .--St. Lucie Tribune. among the newspapermen and thereat as a rule dare to retain the mystery' of i '\

'' fir' Peace because Americans have no aspirations for conquest through war i. now manager of th* Kissimmee -+- : number of prominent guests opposing truths, while heresy .."'a"\, .
;* Gacette and is assembled in this palace on the east rule ha been too logical, and becomes-{ ,,>,$'
Valley doing splendid
+ 1"f ;l and because, due' in Urge measure to the influence of our illustrious George Between $4,600 and $. 700 was is
coast Sear
: Congressman mad with clearness. 1 '
work there. Kissimmee somehow manages minutes every : ;
fifteen .
tt Washington, have entered into entangling European alliance ( plewithin by ..
? we no we : to the best newspaper talentavailable member inch a man and his strict adherenceto .I
get I of the Methodist church of "For instance, the truth lies not my;
i : his duties a* our in
!want none) congressman
for that hustling section and Kiulmmee to ( the
liquidate fate (determination /
J'T> Prosperity' because in our history this country has never been bleuedvith'a Mr. Naugle from the appearance* of indebtedness incurred in building a the trust year in him to has come not will been prove misplaced.that our nor in free will. but in, both.predestination) ft'/, -il'J':;:'

\ r.fowadaOQiforJuture and betterment Our the Gazette i. giving the people of handsome new edifice. -St. Lucie
progress crop are honor have
c.rea High not turned '
; our 'Man is not )rutet'he
that section the best in journal Tribune. a Spirit nor a (:
_ very County
1 "Nk "overflowing granaries and warehouse Our manufacture and commerce ism.-.Jacksonville State I : 6KI.almMe.r' congressman' head and to his ,many is both. Whoever excludes wholly' $:
--. -
>,,'r ''>. vere' never larger (we will 'produce: more). -+- friends he U still Joe Sear and when the one or the other,from his Idea of.
f s. \ J : Ceaadeace because' with Kissimmee : is the first city of Florida he returns to his duties at Washington man Is not much untrue he'le,,
; .. \being a peace-loving people greater reason The Methodists in re- I to announce a big barbecue and he will be Joe Sean to the peopleof so as ,
'. : ''":I>T jthan eTer:before to partake of prosperity at the result of our labor in the cently raised $4,600 to pay the debt on Fourth of July celebration and just Florida when they meet him at the crazy i ,

;"' ":-:' ;? "t f.eJd"and ,workshop we refute to allow disturbances in other lands to inter a new church.-Wanchula-+- Advocate because she U the first and most progreesive nation's capital. It is ,with a feelingof "So the religious fanatics on ''the'' ,'j

r :-:t' stare t 'with our of mind or'Usual' occupation: city in the state we satisfaction that we await his future one hand and the atheists on the. other\ )
peace The citizens of Klsslmme are already Four
to Kissimmee the career for it will land him in the wild
on glorious a temperance man and the'
tf-.:. ." Wai write and bring to mind this nations wealth and progressaJt planning to hold an old-fash- We have. been in Kissimmee at many higher office after he has faithfully drunkards; and all those who swing ;
.r "" "': and ,feel confident will be of the oned Fourth of July celebration. served the people of his district t
,; actuallyi oi.tI'c'c today you one great gatherings and there Is no city in the as to extremes, are -J(
that will American the front than Wauchula Advocate. state large or small that gives you congressman.--Sanford Herald. rule that sanity. is '
:;;... *; J" rmofoptimiats cans toforge to more + I ;' :if;:: j
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such welcome iIIustratiOns1tthe *
and i a warm a hard Certainty. :: : 'J
IS ,!1 ;fl'er" beforr') through their 'industry :perseverance Kissimmee. is to celebrate the Those crackers down there just simply Little mechanism little economics, "
4> y' Right on tbp'of.this ,comet .an interview; printed in onsTlSf the big state Fourth of July by a barbecue and general exude good feeling: and good fellowship small bits of housewifely knowledge, 'There are a i>J.

.,. dailies'which" : .read*'as-follows f"\ merrym m Beach. Post. and the whole state of Florida keep the wheel of a household run truths, says Pascgl'that seem repugn J,')
\0 ,r .tf.the..h.rd lime 'under'thi'Wilson administration" I'hare. failedt line should combine onKissimmee on-the ning smoothly, and the reverse.-- of nant and contrary, yet which'subsist.;,; >
t' '" ,With-the weather' "Very' 'much more Fourth; of ,July and all of.,them' go course,4 'ue; a lack of the techniqueof together in an admirable order.,,;;The. '
", f-5/1!/ 'to;' ,DEa.toi4"ia"prominent'bwine."mu: of New !ilea winter than spring;; the past few there.. A' "barbecue in Kissimme economy a few disorders and tiny source of all religions.errors* I

; .. ,. :-York.--"I! have'never (found business 'to'good' ,,- (..have voted the republican ays. ,",the ,people In JJ.almmee' means"a'real barbecue for they,raise leaks unexpected places. bring wor exclusion of. .one',or.another(of these. 1,

'j,". "tiet"all my: 'life; but my' .hatVoff to Wilson.;:,He Without doubt the. great,4 ooking forward to the Fourth of July real cattle on' the.Kisslmm.* prairiesand I ry: and.: cause mismanagement. 'To ,truths." "* -HA-tr ''..' J : I
1' ; and with pleasurable .nticlp.tio..rTh., it ,know'how'to Jrry r'thelrvistona ) J know' " do,?when' and how tQ ., .. , i '
I t.' ; !;_ paaiidcnt. ____ (we haveethadr; f Businessmenshould tt1 Vi ; : stop.howling a.' ,I'Ret! will be warm and pleasant at that time -,real barbecne.,>:The .Herald hereby," lit' emergencies, as well as:in r: ;Toilet ,'accessories}:: brushes and , )},
w ;
'I' Vi -s ',... .. ... TO (and lone before), they are quite sure, moves that the nominations be closed everyday life, 1s i the' secret of success :combs and the like' should be relegat,,
.AiJ.r"M "my+ ',,dwn1 contact: t "withthe, .ommercial'worI: .iconcerned: ; and to they go ahead with"work on a and.that .everybody in the'stat.of behind.the .C8I1e ..", "'* "",3"*> l 'ed to;the background: : and Jcept &:'a ':'.",'::-t

Q : ,' : t dude,'arqtldin f I higher ProspecU rogram for. : the,nation's-birthdax an Florida 'goes to, Kissimnee' -:Oft,,,;;the I' "" we 1:tb'preHn"iat.e :.drawer,where theY: ;will be uat:as. i'E";
= p r ihrersary.' .JThe board of, trades of Fourth'of July .. ,'i.;; : : ,The population of th"earth at easy to as aD ;
:.1 1 iI . .. _, .....,, ve. .,&0'" rea": ,' -. ,.r. '''' Cisaimmee is arranging for a big bar I' .Mak4, it..unanimous d.J'Ou1jwiU' of gain: will -be;about brush ana comb .r'bag' ;.U nibl'Oidered'mare ;,:1
and tttlaJ\
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'' V ..: .: WHAT', TO DO WHENMAYONNAISE : ." "O" "i" " ", : V '"THE ENGAGEMENT''KING.'' .. -} ""

Ii>'- . :MA\rIRWIN'S., RECIPE' FOR : ., '11. 'SPRING-" ". ". NOVELTY., 11. . :-..., \.....No,matter" what- -the pus.CURDLES, mayon.naive .1 e O; ,'." ''DRESS." .0 .engagement It&Is a mistake: ring- ;to mast-suppose always.that be',the,

Tan Cheeked Wonted I I'J is found to curdle 'almost a* of ....0+WBtsflBJiasJistsnnsfttttCoats , .. solitaire. IndirWuality is being shown*
ten a* It smooth. There .\
:GRAPEFRUIT SHORTCAKE: stays is no in the'selection V of the engagement'ring
Ueed For Useful'Garment.', reason to despair, however for by for sports wear are almost Invariably as it la. in most, other thine
''J i ) beating the yolk of a fresh egg quite thearimyord.r. ( at' the present thus "The favorite

... smooth and stirring it into the curdled "Open and closed stone of the girl and her fiance is f re-;,
of lace
May Irwin tbe then lower the heat and leave It mayonnaise the dressing will be uni.
'' ; distinguished ac utes,- quently chosen, and quite as often the o
-' tress has won new laurel by the 'about ten minutes' longer, or until It II ted and quite good once more. are among. .the. favoritet. engagement' ring ,and the Ri'

preparation of a grapefruit shortcake is brown (and not anaemic looking). A pree&ution"which every cook will After ermine and sable furs the are the same, both the betr'oth.L'Ink '
G t//"."> which pleased New York epicures. When the shortcake Is done put in on ... be wise'to take Is in boiling milk great demand undoubtedly is for fox. marriage. ,daUs. being' engraved e
'\ *' Responding to a request by the a large h9t platter and split it open which is more than eight hours old in . the COld band.' ... .
Tampa Tribune, Miss Irwin sent the with a long, hot knife-if any of the (. summer and twelve hours old in win. The skirts of children's party frocks
recipe to the Tribune for publication dough rolls up scrape it off eons to ter. If she will dtop in a small pieceof are usually plaited or flounced. A great many of the new bats surest -. f
; it Ie this leave just the two brown:: crusts-but- baking soda (the size of a pea to a. ,tie headgear.of, European '... s
t '. "Peel four grapefruits, separate the ter both crusts generously put on a 'Sti' a quart of milk) it will prevent the I The present tendency! is teward diers it.. "
'. sections, being careful not to get in thick layer of the grapefruit, then p. i milk from curdling. Otherwise, if she short coats and flarin. -. ripping skirts -
any of the pulp hold the fruit over a turn the other crust bottom side up, tries to .boil milk left over night she M . L'rM '
bowl to catch any of the juice that and put it on top of the first layer of may find it all separated.OPPORTUNITY A pretty cotton waist has the full - . N
.' run out. B reak the sections into grapefruit, then put more grapefruiton ness shirred in around the waist. TILLER ', '
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t chunks, sprinkle with a little top of the' second crust and over it FOR FLOUNCES. The fur 'j
sugar and set aside (not in a cold all pour the sauce. Bell skirts cape seems to have failed estate : ,:
which have completely to Rear AgeNcy j jRealty
arrived fur
place), while the shortcake is being "The sauce: Squeeze the juice of nish a capturepopular fancy ;

:.. made.: three grapefruit (as you'd squeeze a It will good'opportunity be recalled that for the.flounces.genuine Dotted Swiss Is to be worn in the a_..___........".... u,.._ ... .
'For the shortcake sift togethertwo lemon) into a kettle, put it on the crinoline spring-, and is '
skirts of so embroidered and sold. :
;years ago was cov or- bought +.t
cups of flour, three teaspoons of stove and let it come to a boil, add a ,with'small gandie.
baking powder and half a teaspoon of tablespoon of cornstarch that has been the skirts of today ruffles and, although . House rented.

salt, then add-all butter or half but- rubbed smooth in a little water, rub twenty tiny ruffles reaching may not to have the Belts and girdles will be worn at Taxes paid and Titles'.verified: '
ter and half lard, cut this in with a together two heaping tablespoons of waist from the bottom of the skirt the natural waistline, also above and for non-residents. I< '
silver knife, wet it to a soft consis butter and a cup of sugar and stir it five flounces : Below it. I \ S
will be considered 'I '
.1' tency with cold milk. Dust a good-, into the fruit juice, let it all boil up heiahtof the mode and the triple-in the a. Fire. Life and Accident ,iIo- ':< t
sized baking tin with flour the : The fashionable flare skirt has r
put flounce skirt had surance.
until thick remove from the stove will be
dough in it and press it out with the These commonly seen. its influence on the veil; the flare veil '
beat in the yolk of one egg quickly, flounces will be made of self is worn with Indemnity Bond
fingers about an inch thick. Put material, of lace, a small hat having the I I
it in a hot oven for the first ten min- add a tablespoon of vanilla." for or embroidery, and tiniest of brims. f ,
... evening wear will frequently be
t St t' trimmed.! with bias folds of silk or
with floral wreaths.

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I Two women were sitting on low clean and cows to milk and," she finished Black and Whit. Conidr _

seats near a fire in an apartment in vaguely, "all those sorts of Smart For Child' Garment. IT'S CHEAPER TO BUY
I the Washington Square district. One things." GOODS THAN PAY DOCTOR-BILLS ;

was an artist, the other wrote frag- "Yes," assented the artist, "but one MHB B \f* .
ments that rarely found their way wouldn't be indifferent to the little SPECIAL THIS
into print. church. One would want to go. Here e WEEK-FINE. SPRING FRYERS. ,

"I see so many I things in the fire tonight one doesn't. In my dreamland there GET 'S
," said the artist dreamily, as would not be any servant perplexities, THE "HOME OF CLEANLINESS. "
''she laid her head on a pillow as soft because people wouldn't be ashamedto .
and silky as her bronze hair. "It's so'' care for their house themselves.They'd .

long since I had time to rest quietly love it. One might even makeone's ,bb's 9' Phone 245 JOE 12 DarfioRtoa t ''
here that it seems as if I must dream. own clothes," she suggested,. POWERS
"Won't you dream aloud?" queriedthe with a merry laugh, "because there -...,," lit Avenue f
other woman gently, "or are they wouldn't be anyone to mind if the .
dreams I must not hear?" seams were all wrong and the cut ex- SPOBTS OOAT. ... .

"No," said the artist; "if you really cruciating. And there would be long The up to date girl Is quite as much """"..on want to know what I see I will tell rides across the plains on horseback,
you. Right across this continent there and there would be. romps with the interested In seasonable sports as is }v y

is a land of blue hills, and open space, kiddies-" . her brother and the clothing she se r
and happy homesteads; a land where "What a land for children! lecta to wear upon tbe occasions when
the sky is tinged with misty pink And there would be the building up ofa she participates In of tennis Something You Will Need ; ':
a game I
from dawn till sunset, where the great new country. Perhaps some- .
I noon's gracious light is more dazzling one in my little homestead would helpto Is quite aa smart is Is his The' ltr ,4rk

*... than any sun. It is the far west- make the .literature of. the land; coat shown In tbe Illustration Is designed at the Exposition
''!:4fl. "'unsas, Arizona, California. even the tired woman might dare to to be worn to and from tbe ten
'And there comes to this kingdom a tell its splendor on canvas. But nls court In the motor and Is to this
woman who is wearied of the arti- whether it was tilling the soil or forg- end built of heavy tan checked worst
ficialities of life in a country dotted ing out a book, it would be the mighty 1
ed. It Is short In. front,
smartly slop-
with big towns- a woman tired of work of building up, creation
haggling with artists' agents, of livingin And that's what I see in the fire." lug downward to three-quarter lengthIn When you start on your trip to the ..,
bandbox called flat of soaking tbe back. The collar Is high, and .
a a Two Ways of Living. Panama-Pacific Exposition, be sure to a r,
herself in atmosphere huge patch pockets the
w unconsciously an snugly envelop
where is tolerant and "But, said the writer, "don't you take with you some of our Travelers "" '
everyone believe that the bigness of life is independent bartds. Tbe buttons are large and are } l'
no one has views and convictions. of environment? Can't one covered with tbe matertaLoooooo.oooo.ooooooooooo. >aY 9 Checks-the Safe, Convenient and -

Away from the City. live is finely in New York as in the Economical medium for obtaining'money r
"Well, she journeys inland to a far west?" .. ,
,, farmstead way out on the plains, miles "There are two living" 0- 4O quickly. 4r
from a theater or a picture hall or a I said the artist, "by seer force of OF INTEREST TO WOMEN a rL : .
newspaper office or an artist's studio. faith and determination one can keep 0 O '
, There is just the homestead. There fresh and natural and even good in 0000000000.000..00000000Miss f ,.... t "
I 0 are no pictures on the wall because I New York. And the glory is all the
V one only has to look: through the bigI greater. But that's the most difficult Esther Cleveland, daughter of L 1
windows to see the greatest glories old I way; so difficult that most of us the late President Cleveland, is takingup DBBBST COATS
; Dame Nature eyer, cnieved. But upon / And we fail because we haven't a course innursing.Ninetyfive . "{ A
a hill not very; far away there is the courage to escape," : Much thought sad careful planning ..,'" Y
,' f i a little church that gives testimony to "And 'are you going to, take I per cent of the matinee la expended upon the toilet of the small I(
,:'t , the fact that as old as the. world is the way of escape?". audiences and 75 per cent: of the night maid. Tbe .
.r" the craving for communion with the The artist looked up suddenly."Didn't crowd at the theaters. .are women. pretty coat shown In the SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT A .' r.i.
unseen." '. I say it was a dream?" she Illustration Is one of the smartest models ;r.Lt i
She broke off abruptly, and after a demanded, bitterly. "I haven't the The Montana legislature has rejected shown this senson. .
l' moment's silence she added: "Yes, I courage to be cowardly. The adven- the petition asking that women em Black and white checked material DIRECTORS. ,'

I' think there would have to be a little ture would be too big for me. For} ployes of the state. .have. chaperons. was used. A wide belt of tbe material ARTHUR E. DONEGAN JOHN It BRONSON
Ir I,' church. It would be paganism with although there is the feeling that if F. W. HILL A.
If celery is allowed to lie In water W. GU8TUS
Is finished In front with sash of soft ,
out. ;I'm not religious, but in my I did make the experiment I might a thu J. K. BILLIARD r
for six hours before it is
, dreamland the simple, uncompromising wake up and find that my dream had or satin. Tbe collar and cuffs are of embroidered 9
the table it will be tender. .
teachings of the church would gone. And I don't want to dream justto put on . very pique, lace trimmed. A chic r.

I' seem the most natural things imagin- awake It's !good to have a vision.I Women are now eligible ,int- bonnet of "French blue satin has a dou- .... ...,1'
,'S.:,:.:, able. We wouldn't be saying there, shall always have mine. But as I ment to the faculty of the College of ble frilled brim soft crown, with trim '.t.
'Oh, I can't go to church on Sunday ,I drew nearer to it it might fade away Arts and Sciences at Cornell univer- ming of red cherries.SEEDS. 1::::::,:: .:H1:::; I'"fHH",: : : ''" '
mornings, because I always frivol my i like the vaporous breath from the set- sity. J
wary into the new week. I| ting sun. And so I keep my little . _-_ t.
'But" ventured the writer, "there i dream safely shrouded with the man- If you have to pack bottles in a, .
would ,be, pigs to feed and horses to tle of its unknown." trunk, tie the corks and wrap them in .0.OO..OOOOO. 00.000000'0000000'O.t.tO".0 .
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soft towels, garments, etc., and placein ..j,1; i A. WISE: : MAN ,
".o .o .M> A man who would not love his father's the middle of the trunk. < carries" sufficient' FIRE INSUE- .
0 OO rII\ 'fI"'f
HOMES FOR SEMINOLES. grave The is Seminoles worse than of the a wild animal. Spinach, either fresh or canned, is We carry all the leading varietiesof './ ANCE to 'Ming his property ,, "
4 00- Evergladeshave found to be a new dainty if cooked in Farm, Field and Cardan Seed that while he Is and ample LIFE -" l
.H.oHO 1 the same instinctive reverence bouillon instead of water. The addi- have been tested and known to be INSURANCE to protect his family ..' "" .eJ
I for the homes and graves of their tion of a small bit of chopped pepper adapted to this soil and climate. We la the event of his death. H.. ,, r
The subject of homes for the Semi- fathers. adds to the tastiness of the dish can fill your order immediately for also Insures his earning capacity ; : 't':
noles is reverberating all over Florida This small remnant, whose ancestors u-.. new cron of all varieties of by taking out an ACCIDENT and '" ..
How the Seminoles have been driven battled for 200 years against European Brown sugar frosting which; will not HEALTH POLlC Be on the ,. jO"J"
' before the white man's march ever and American intrusion to I crack is made of one tablespoonful of Seed Ileanit, Seed Potatoes, English safe side. 1. I <\<

i since thorn tragic days of warfare, preserve the land they loved, are withus vinegar, brown sugar enough to mix Pea, Cucumcer, Tomato, Pepper ,, We write all lines of INSURANCE 'or- ;f:::
y' every Floridian knows. His camps are today as a part of Florida. Shallwe and the beaten white of half an egg. Heed, Egg: Plant ..;tc. I 'that In.are..nd endures.. ',
him. let the last one pass to his "Happy Beat all well together and add None but RELIABLE
:- year after year wrested from I' sugar Seed Corn, Kaffir Corn, Millet, Ik>e. old Une eo.,9,:
L'' Game is scarce, and reluctantly the Hunting Ground" without giving thema enough to spread. panics In this agency. .
Seminole admits that "sometimes theY permanent home ?-Minnie Moore- * gar Weed, Sorghum Heed, Ktc. D. G. WAGNER.. t'l'

:. Indians go hungry." The SeminoleS i Willson. A. housekeeper needs exercise for COW 1'A8 ALL, VARIETIES .-v Second Floor CUIxras Bank Bldg.., I'I'''
;.' is too honorable to beg, yet clings with her body, reading for her mind, char- Klssimmee, Fla. '
, ; f ity for her soul and Rhodes, Natal and Hudan Grass Seed. : _
THREE FLOUNCE SKIRT. companionship ,
effort to his beloved Florj -
w.'t L a desperate
her heart. As ingredients are consid- Complete Stock of garden and field
g".; : Ida. He will never take up arms Spiral or one-side effect in the trim- ered in a successful.recipe so must responsibility seeds poultry feed and supplies incubators - -, t
because his -
the white ,
'against man ming of skirts is shown in a new model be measured with pleasure G:
,.': pledge to Colonel Worth "to abstains which carries three flounces, and is to make, the dish of "Every-day Write ,for etc.our spring catalogue and .OOOO'"O'. O.'o.. .. .... . .
;-:! from all aggressions hlswhiteneighbors
upon made for evening wear. The model is Content."
.?I, ," is held inviolate, but like of white satin and tulle, but would be weekly price list on poultry; feed etc. :
'; Micanopy, when he is pushed beyond with Oldest established and largest seed :
as effective flounces of embroidery British women are now forming CHOICE OF 5 TOURIST
I : the borders of Okeechobee, "the place on a wash dress. In this model Tipperary clubs which will bring together house in Florida.E. TRAINS

-of the big waters," rather than submit the foundation skirt is of satin with not only the wives, mothers and A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY :
f" to emigration, he will "Kill three flounces of tulle that
say placed so daughters of the fighting soldiers and
No. 206 East
; i -me here then; kill me quickly. they form a sharp point on the left sailors, but also the cousins, sisters, ,

', r; Today these patient Seminoles a side, the lowest one reaching the bot- aunts and every woman who wants t> ,JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. : "Dixie Flyer," "DU United y
straggling remnant of a once power :' tom of the skirt on that side and on do something for the recruits and the ,
ful nation, have been pushed a little the right the flounce reaching only to : absent soldiers. "Sea aole Limited

farther and yet a little farther and the knees. They are graduated so i "Soath Atlantic Limited" ,: J *
with swelling hearts say, "We have that the third one is gathered into the SOME FOIIMM OK RHEUMATISM r
''4' done nothing to disgrace the lands of waist and is finished with a satin CURABLE.Rheumatism "Mentfomery Rente" a .
birth, nor the honor of an Indian.tin ." girdle and sash. The edge of the
a barren waste of Florida, about flounoes is finished with a narrow row is a disease character via 4b 1

.1t} rty.fin miles from Jupiter, one may of crystal trimming. ized by pains in the joints and in

t today with shy, frightened faces, HEAVIER NECKWEAR. tbe muscles. The most conunon Atlantic Coast Line t ,' r
the Tallahassee band of Seminoles, forms are: Acute and Chronic Rheumatism : -

,if biding, as it were, in the wilderness. Neckwear i is apeparing in heavier Rheumatic Headaches Sciatic .. ,

o.'They hare named their camp, "Hungry materials than heretofore. Cream Rheumatism and Lumbago. All Standard Railroad ef tfc Seats r' ,
Land." Its significance' is plain. panne velvet, white1 mohair and pussy of these type can be helped absolutely ri. 'I'

In one of the eloquent speeches of willow ,taffeta are taking v the, placeof by applying some good liniment Pullman can Jacksonville I. Ckkaro, St Le.b"a.daaad 'Leis-' _
'< 'Chief Joseph of the Osage tribe he the cheer organdy; ,. that penetrates. An application ,- "
TiDe ladtaaapeus Cb ela.d and tntensediate
'say among other things "I buried my of Sloan's Liniment two or .. ,neints.., ; ,
ti father' In, the beautiful valley of Whenever Yoei Need a General Tosdev three times a day to the affected part Diniar and ObserratiMii can.', "" *' ",'
'>\Winding 'Waters. ,,1 love ,that land Take OrovVs- : will give Instant relief. Sloan's Liniment = s
morethan, all the rest of.theworld. TstelwcbiU ,is good for pain and especially Far Ticket,and m/ Cwt_ _. .. ,Ticket; g '
., ;#( .. The OM Standard Oro,. . 1. "J -" ..... \ J ,
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....._. .. -' Tonio,,la, equally raloebki asva' Rheumatic Pala ,because it penetrates . I
.. Ilshkr"TMt Us' GeneralToaAo' because V It ooohiae the to the seat of trouble, soothes = ,!/
TIs DM. Het Affect Mead RlT O T"DP.Af j :j' .L G.: jRnu:
V(k._.;,.: of as .. ........Nap.LAIA. wen k-tome properti s oIQtJININB the afflicted part and draws the pain. .t'W.' ..,"IL'P.'A.' V ,
J"n: F aaoMO onufJM*u sa esdtwf end IRON.: It acts o.the Uvcr.' Ddfte" -Sloan'. Untment Is all medicine." '. '" "IM\..... ...., JIa., t.. Rili' "
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" .' MII9IOICMsttle ; tured 'Romance." It's, a riot of fun l'mETINO"OF.bmICcrORS. OF TUB flee of Mr, Carson wiere"further plans jTV,.

l : '" r_ . THEATERSTheater. and you'll never forgive yourself if KISSIMMEE ICB AND'QOLD' will" be made for the event _' ?,? :*-

you don't see it at the first oppor- STORAGE CO.i'?"J ,The ball perk was selected as a .site

Notes \ i. tunity. A regular meeting of the board" of for the sale because of Its nearnessto .

.I # Society < Theater. Bert Levey, vaudeville magnate of directors of the Klsslmipee Ice. and the city and the fact that ,shelter;

; The one"big splash in the mill pond' the Pacific coast, is presenting the picture Cold Storage Co., will\ be held at the was there provided for the visitors incase

5q \ of moving pictures is booked for ar here. The engagement is for State Bank Friday,afternoon. April of rain or bad weather. Pens can

of ,\ ( ''Belle Harris Editor.) engagement" at the Dixie theater. It Tuesday, April 18. Afternoon and 13th. at 3:30. All members of the easily be built there for the cattle and ;, '
Is "Time's Punctured Romance
p1'Cooduced I the auctioneer.
night a stand arranged for.
by Mack Sennett, of Keystone 1 board are urged to'attend. It is the of the promotersof
'. purpose
r Request .It made t. aO patreu el tie Valley Gazette to send Items fame, which is sufficient commendation The Casino theatre Is now running I 16-t R. T. BUTLER, President." the event to arrange a meeting of

In itself. But this is only a frac- pictures every,evening. This theatre the cattle of this section and
''i f: .r af; society treats to tie Editor (for publication b these columns tion of whit, is in store in this comicof : Is handling the General Film com- those from men other sections of Florida
t comediei. The stacAis none other pany's pictures and Kissimmee peoI who come here on that date to perfect -

4} _ _ _ .... . :.. A A . . .. . _. .. ._ . .. .. .. than the robust and genial Marie I pie have the opportunity of seeing an organization. More details in
. . . , . . _ _ .YT - Dressler famous faroe comedienne
old favorites such as Bunny BE HELD IN KISSIMMEE regard to this organization will be
1 PAINTING CLUB. .son, Orville Harrison, Elaine Stevens, loved and laughed at by thousands of Lillian Walker and Wallle Van once I announced later.

y Mrs.: ,W.. H.- Boice was the hostess Mary Schilder, Mary Singletary Va- theatergoers for various and sundry more. "The Devil's Signature," an '(Continued from Page ,One.) While here this week Mr. Derby sold

ti 'of the Painting club Wednesday. mornIng rena Foutz Carl Ledbetter Ruth years. Supporting the portly Marie aaanay drama adapted from Mun- twenty-eight head of high-grade

'* at her horn on West Vine street Hyde, Anne Dunne Frankie Woodall is that prince of' eccentric laughmak- soy'a magazine shown Wednesdaywas there will be both high-grade bulls stock to cattlemen in this vicinity.

1'' |#r r Dainty refreshments of punch and Verna Harrison Harry Arnold, Joe ers. Charlie Chaplin. With a whirl- worthy of mention. and heifers and some registered stock. Most of the stock was of the Polled

take were, served. Those present. were Hurchalter. Mary Singletary found wind comedy adapted from Miss The arrangements for the cattle Angus breed, while some few were

Mr*. Bullock Mrs. Clark Mrs. An- the egg calling for first prize and Lois Dre sler's tremendous stage success sale were completed at a meeting held I shorthorns. Among those who pur-

i "a stead, Mrs. Livingston, and Miss Elizabeth Overstrect the one for second prize.KATZSMITII. "Tillie's Nightmare is easy to Ought to PaintI Wednesday! at which were present E. chased stock from Mr. Derby were: ."
.I C C C what film T.. Pat Johnson H. C. Stanford
Carson. The next meeting willI imagine a riotously funny Lesley Bob Donegan, Pat Johnson, John M.
Stanford. this is. But these are not all the ought to have painted last year John M. Lee, C. A. Carson andE.
be with Mrs. H. C. L. W. M. Davis
and Mrs. Katz arrived but I hated to $2 a gallon. Leet..E. Lesley, Henry
!Mr Edgar
I prominent people in the picture. There pay E. Naugle, of the! Valley Gazette.C. .
Rull Bass J. M. Lanier
t'r f'lCNICTbe Thursday from Atlanta and will be IS that charming little southern beau- I've got to paint this year; it'll takea A. Carson was made chairman of O. Partin ,

h members of tbe H. Division of at home \to their friends at the residence ty, Mabel Normand who is the "other little more paint; I suppose 1 /gallon the meeting and Mr. Derby, who had New Eden Plantation, A. E. Thomas

', the fifth grade of Osceola High School of Mr. Katz's father. M. Katz, girl" in the comedy. Then there is in 10; and a little more work, I come here with a carload of fine high- and The John R. Bronson.of the breed of
(y 1 after temporarily.Mr. of suppose 1 day in 10. bulls which he sold Osoeola
j, enjoyed an otulng Wednesday Charles Murray Murray and Mack grade to
Florida cattle has been a thing long-
Katz surprise on his My job would have cost last year
house sprang what he
: noon. They left the school fame Ro coe Arbuckle and any county cattlemen explained
needed and the cattlemen begin-
friends here his to about $bd( it is going to coat this are
i early in the afternoon and walked out many marriage number of other well known players ; would do if such a sale was arranged. ning to awaken to the idea that thereis
Orlando Miss Ethel] Smith of Pittsburg having whom will when year $65. It then decided to hold the sale
the recognize was
if' I' to a grove of trees on you you to be made out of their
It'll be the more
( ovcurred ut the Lutheran churchin $5 gone. I suppose same money
various a have seen the picture. and a committee composed of E. E.
1 road. After playing games of stock is
business if a better grade
2.r Mr. Katz again if I wait again.
Atlanta on January Pat E. L. H.
lunch was enjoyed. They were "Tillie's Punctured Romance" is a Naugle/ Johnson Lesley,
picnic returned to his home here at that time What !if paint goes-down to $1.75 produced.
their teacher MHB! straight farce-comedy and has a well C. Stanford and John M. Lee namedto
chaperoned by while Mrs. Katz went on to the homeof : a ? $2.60 on the job! make all Begin to make your arrangementsnow
defined and this has muchto
plot arrangements.
plot 'allon'
Myrtle Bobbltt assisted by fool I to come to Kissimmee on May 3,
her in Pittsburg, returningto wait; what a was
Mr. is of the Southern
Gladys Crawford. do with the fun. Time is a country DEVOE. Derby president for the big cattle sale. A general
meet him Atlanta this week. Mrs.
e . in girl who gets hold of some money Makinson & Co. sells it. Cattlemen s association which good time is in prospect in additionto
Katz is charming woman and W. ; ,
u young
of cattlemen
RDW ARJ) -A IUtOWSlUlTIi when "Charlie" happens along to help represents a majority the business of the event.
The Baptist pastorlum of Ki siiii- will be quite an addition to the social her spend it. Then the "other girl' w..... of the south and he explained to themeeting

1 mee was the center of attrart'onThursday circle of Kissimmee.C * appears on the scene to provide a few PETITION FOR IUIt'I'HIf.-r.BI'KCIAI. HCIIOOL that it would be a good thinR'for
? L and "Charlie" leaves the cattlemen here to form a local
when Mr. Newton
j ,, night "'I'IIIIJNUltEH: CLUB. To the Honorable Hoard of Public In-
i Edwards and Miss Corrlnne Arrow- Mrs A. A. Simpson delightfully entertained with her. Tillie is a lucky Soul, Blrurtlon In and For
;. ,( smith, both of St. Cloud were united the Five Hundred! club Tues though and a bunch of money falls Gentlemen. : as they saw tit become affiliated with :

It In matrimony. Dr. A. J. Holt performing afternoon at her home Br'un"treet. her way this time. "Charlie" learnsof W.. tin* undersigned qualified Mtrtorn ,i, the Southern Cattlemen's association.The i I
day on
who a tax on real or personal FEEL FINE
I pay
t it and hurries hack for wed- Southern Cattlemen's associationhas
a quick .
s'' the ceremony The parents The house was tastefully decorated property and residing In the following :
of the lovely bride were witnesses of with. nasturtiums Mrs. J. I.:. ding. The ensuing,; situations and dent rlhiMl HUli-dlvlBlori of the county do a membership of between 800 and
p with , t fully petition your Honorable 900 and has its the bringing i I Ever in the morning
Is final complications these funny inoHt i fHpei as purpose get up
Edwards u ,
yY Mr. Woodbeck the first prize a hand-
: the won ,
ceremony held In
; Holy0 order an election
would make saddest together of cattlemen and cattle tired than when went
the you
I prosperous merchant of St, Cloud painted plate, and Mrs. Hoicc received players the stud, domrlbed mjb-dfvlnlon' of th.> morg
I' ; The departed on the 7.J 1 [&; p. m the consolation prize, a heuutiflllhun..h /grouch coma, right out and shake r<.iintto .Io-t"'mln.1 whether Bald suhdl"I..lon buyers the eradication of the tick and I. to bed Made you weak languid -
party I hands with his bitterest enemy. of the counts' shall become itspi the mutual protection of its membersin and listless-hardly last
4 ' train for a pleasure trip. : of violets. After( the card gamesdelicious 'lal. lax district for the pUrl>oH" flivvlim
< matters of claims etc.Cattle the
; ? You'll sides rates out day.
Laugh nearly split
I your
.... ... refreshments of ice cream, and collecting a district nchoolt'tx
): MOTHERS' AND TEACHERS' CLUB I cake and punch were served Those laufninjr. There isn't a slow spot in for the excluBlve use of the public IMmlgwl for Hale.During I NYAL'S
five schools within the followltiK deHtilhid the meeting Mr Carson for
the entire six reels. Just imagine
M The Mothers' and Teachers' Literaryand present were, Mrs. Howard Katz, Mrs. dlst rlct, towltIteKinnlnc .
Social club will hold a literary ,J. I n. Woodbeck Mrs. J. I)>. Clark Mrs. yourself laughing uproariously for at the northwest corner ofthe the Carson Cattle company, !Mr. L..efor I Liver Regulator

and social meeting at the Chapter W. J. Sears Mrs. C. L. Bandy, Mrs. one and a half solid hours. Vernal:. do town of St Cloud, BCi-ola count>. the Southport Cattle company, E. I I
'h afternoon at :S it, too when you see Marie Dressier IFlot :lda. on the township line divlnlliK: L. Lesley and Pat Johnson for J. R. will stir up that sluggish liver
I House on Friday Will Barber, Mrs. Gay Livingston, taw nahlpe I 26 and 26, and runninghence
't for and Charlie Chaplin in "Tillie's Punc- Donegan pledged to make up from I I give you a hearty appetite: and
::1' o'clock, April 16. The subject Mrs Henry Overstreet, Mrs. H. W. ( went BionIC said toxviiBhlp Iln.o '
discussion will be: allow Can We Influence Boue, Mrs. I L. W. Pilley, Mrs. J. S. the stint. bank of the canal. coimec'IIIK : I their own stock and that of others' assist the digestive juices. It
) Lake' TohopekallKa and KaBt Lake.Tonopt who cared to come in with them the' will rid of that languid, depressed -
Our Boys?" This will be an (',del, Miss Mary Dixon, Miss Mildred refreshments were being served Mr ) : .kallKa, ,uniting, thence I In: aBout I number of cattle it was thought advisable i I feeling and make you
interesting program and a cordial Turville and Miss Frances Bay. 1A./ hunter the president of the hw t-Merly llre<<1lori with said canal
'f : extended to all who are CWOMAN'S to l.aUi. TohopekallKa.! 1 therici. followIIIK to bring here for the sale. : ready for the most active work.
welcome is club distributed the prizes speaking .In a HonthiTly dliectlon the tneand i The sale will be extensively advertised -
interested along this line In Ills usual) happy manner, and prophesying <.rliiKB of l.ikt- T"hopek..II". to the the Mr. You will enjoy your daily
Mrs. J. J. Griffin' and Mrs. J. 1. The American Woman's league held ; that Ills wan but the (llrHt point\ when-1 it coiinectB with the canal throughout country, 'I task*-you will work
j' ;- Overstreet will be the hostesses for I a meeting{ at the Chapter house on from ,I.Hk. CypieHH. thence Koutht tl) Derby agreeing to send out some 20- hard and play hard
of many successful tournaments that smog Half. ) canal. to the lownahlp line 000 to 30,000 circulars among the cattle
afternoon at which it
: the afternoon. Monday waH'd..ided would be held. at the home of theKlsaliiiinee tilt Idl"l tuwn..hlpn 27 and 2H. thencei buyers all over the United States. -you will sleepwell
et to take work and
: literary .
j up a t along Bald townnhip llntt to the too
IUUTHI AY PARTY to make application to affiliate with Gilt Club northtHHt corner of seeder 1 towiiBhlpJH Mr. Derby has a wide acquaintanceamong
:. Mrs. R. 8 Floyd entertained Tuesday the State Federation of Woman's C CTALENT wiiiltli::; ratine 3(1 eaBt. hence: : Boutnto the cattle buyers and felt from You will notice a decided improvement -

.. }t'' afternoon at her homo on Iluxx clubs. TEA. the tiiwiiHhlp line between towiiBhlpa2S his reception here this week that the I before you have
and 29. thence east along said townHhlp -
Mrs. 1//. M. Pfann and Mrs. H. R. taken doses.The .
street 1 In honor of the eighth birthday The schedule of rates for renting the line t4> the noutheant corniT of sale should prov a great thing for many .
I of her niece little Miss Vivian chapter house was also taken and Cole very delil'htfullyent.ertained the Hettion 36 township, 2H Mouth. range 82 this section of the country in that it Price In CM < rat*
up Talent Tea of the Methodist churchat eaHt. thence north to the northeast corner ,
to 'I
would a new field both for the When wo had a g
little folks enjoyed few made. Mrs. W. G. open
( Floyd. The very changes Mrs. Cole's residence on Beaumont of senior 1. tnwnflhlp 2K south. the ,cluBUe,' selling agency for
afterward. Dainty S. Carr director in theplace lanm32 east, thence west along the buyers and for the cattle men here. .
games on the lawn was appointed the N>nl Kainllv Kcniedli we .
of Ice cream, cake and of Mrs. Best, who had reAijne.1.Mrs. avenue last Friday Some fifty ladies township line between towrmhipa 27 and. Mr. Derby stated that he would Jumped l nt It. They arc known'.. '
refreshments enjoyed the hospitality of these two 2K to the Mouthweat( corner of Hectlon bring along a high-grade steer which ,,,,, ,MK; nil rirtiKKlHtfl( HN the highest '"
served. Those presentwere ,S. B. Aultman suggested plans :34, township 27 fiouth 32 east.
punch were charming entertainers and thoroughly quality! line on the market. ,
t Virginia, Geraldine and John for the joint management of the Chapter Ih..n.. north. to the township line dividing will be butchered along with some 11, "<* 'rfmrp] l lit a gnat -
y I. Eunice Rivera, House by the Woman's league and appreciated the afternoon's pro- towiiHhlpB 2G and 26. thence walotiK '. Florida cattle for a barbecue which of'dl1l',nil}net ti rinK I :iK'inlHtn.. r-:" -
T. Lesley, Mad go and said. township line to the point ..
gram. will be the vistors who come UH far fifty yes r.
the W. C. T. U. Besides this business gyven
E. Lane Stevens.Louise of beginning -
Geraldine Johnson The house was tastefully decorated here on the sale and it is expectedthat
t I' action the members listened day
and \Ellen Cole- league of W .1 HAI.K H n: IMKK1,
with cut lowers(
y Barber to a program of numbers a profusion presenting ASK |II STI';iIIIINS. M HM.I.S.I( Kissimmee will on that day en-
man, Eleanor Overstreet Myrtle for their .entertainment. provided a pr..ttypHinl( for the assembled \\'M I. \MKIi( (OKI J.: DENNIS tertain a large crowd. PALACE DRUG STORE
Odel Harrison and Glenn Benja- guests Punch was served .! I 14 C.UKKN; : J !"*. PAltlUS. To Hold Another Meeting.The .
; (,Ko; W \\ ( )CIIAIU U I I. !SAM' S. 1tA< SnAI.F.. Pr......
the afternoon Sam
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a KISSIMMKK: : I.OI.K. I"I'U| / i"\ Ill's IICICKIIAUT.( committee in charge of the affair -
y\'\. r . FIHST TO'BS\\IEo.iT::. dale presiding/ at the punch howl. \l.lliiT l: M '\ N\'I':NNY will hold another meeting Monday I I Quick Delivery. Phone 41
JUNIOR LEAGUE EGG; HUNT. The most entertaining,; feature of 1:1:11''II"KIIII"T.: ;: afternoon at 4 o'clock in the of-
t The Junior league of the Methodist M.l--l-i|! I:It> CI.KMKNSiKi ;
hunt A large party of Indies and Kentle- the afternoon was a cake contest in | \\ \ltl M AI.HKHTSllN/ -
church! had an Easter egg on noon to take part In the golf tournament which the guests vied with each otherin I' Id( iTII" III' 'K. JiillN II Hilll\W! ,

Saturday afternoon, April 3, at the compctifiK for three prizes donated guessing queries in which names H 11 MIII.VANN 'ISO \\'. KYI.KH, .
. t Burkhalter. Those l 1K 1t1':WALT. JV SMITH.;
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: home of Mrs. J. .
; Griffin Gladys by Mr H. A. Hunter/ Mr I,. of cakes were the predominating an- H \\ CAIU.. (lll I >KlV= KHV.'
present were: Elmo A. Hamilton and Mr Macl'herson swers. The prize went to Mrs. Lock- W K WAItNlCK. I* II ritOSHKK.(
Griffin. Josephine Griffin Lillian C H III7I1IIKS( <1V. 1IIANT.
; Judging from the number while the consolation awrd
: present"golf hart was
Harris Vera Johnson, Geraldine It CUAI'. JAM H 10KF,
31 Johnson, Preston Johnson, MurrayOverstreet has caught; on" In Klaglmmee, given to Miss Laura Thomas. GBO. J. CL.AHK. V C. THOMPSON. Queen Quality ShoesThe
c }' and the success attending the first The program 'consisted of readingsand L>. I:. HART. N. W. RUIU1ASON.
v I ; ; LoisFlorence Overstreet, Norma 1) <}. I'BRKT W. H. BATON.
ll /;'Pfi(% + s} Reeves Reaves, Cora Rutherford tournament augurs well for t' (a future musical numbers as follows: Duet \V. H. HOVER
"tifr. i of the game. Miss Marie Davis and Miss Helen 4.Fm O. JONK8,
,i 'i ';:fi 1: Olive Rutherford, Millard C. ( N8'Aj.. P. KIPMNOER.C. .
Three events were on the card for Bass Mrs. Sam Ragsdale
: [.. Rutherford, Cecil Rutherford, Julian ; reading, ; C. COTTREL.U IRA JJ. TILTON.
It f J"i, 'j"C: Ledbetter, F. 8. Ledbetter,. Delia Led- the day. Clock putting Won by Mrs solo, Miss Laura Thomas; reading IRA[ a. FORD H. T. WILCOX. '
;'tl-fv. *T Ledbetter Howard Rata with a score of 21 ; approach Miss Lola Lawler; cornet solo Charles M. KINSKR.. P. RAYNER
.,. .. better Hunt Margaret
:. : C. L. HAHL.ET. J. W. GLENN
t .ft ". t '1;Winn Helen Winn, Irene Ingram, ) and putt at 40, 60 and 60 Dann; reading. Miss Helen Bass. N. A. KENT. J. H. HAPfJO D. Standard-For WomenWe

,,' .Eliuteih Perker, Eleanor Overstreet I yards, also won by Mrs. Howard Elaborate refreshments, consistingof H. A. COI.K:, J. A. I..ONO.J .

t ., .' Lillian Rush, Leonard Rush,. Sarah Katz score 10 ; long distance driving ice cream assorted cakes, bon bons J 1.. WII.I MARTIN. L.)<'. Q B HOHH1N8.J HOWKR, .

jl Clark. Johnnie Bronson, Clara IMoeti, won by Mr. L. A. Hamilton. After and assorted nuts were served. Favors W I. RKYNOI.n.S. UV. PKNN,

: Mabel PloeU Virginia Lesley, Geraldine the various events had been disposed in keeping with Easter consisted of W H BOHIIN ':lt. LYNN DAUUHTRY.
', John of the lawn In front the (H O K KITItTNKR./ II WAHHUURN. have them in all the new styles.
{", Lesley T. Lesley Irene on of tiny rabbits and chickens. The silver t) S ATTH.V.. T AIALLI';T7'.
Franklin, Clyde Harris, Eustin Peaks, club house, afternoon tea was servedIn offering for missions reached the neat J H SUUIKKH, ('U AS MI-VRTIILTR
I' Bessie Smith Samuel O'Dell Harri- the large dining hall. While the sum of $7. W I lilSCHKIt, J 1 K CONN.S ( ) PUMPS AND LOW CUB OXFORDS IN SAND, GRAY AND TAN
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"For the Man Who Cares"In
!T' the Satisfied U. C. OUTLAW, \\'. KItANCHKR. all the new toes and styles I
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'' Are the Smiles that Count T.. W.I.'. VAN REIF8CHMEIDER.AHSI>ALE.J. .

'j ) W. I. HACKETT, It. W. FRY
It. McdILU T. N. FARR H. C. Stanford Co.
In thousands and thousands of homes this morning A WM McClILU A. PHILLIPS I K.WELL,

: it and yesterday-for years and years.-there have c ,w.V.V. 1.. YATES PARTIN. A.V.HARDY. MANN.HARDER.J .
Kissimmee St Cloud
been happy smiles over CHARLES PETERSON.

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J.F N. MUL.VIN. E. R. CI..AIR.Q. Correct Styles
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-." ".M' : -and creamY X N. ALBBRTSON. T. A. HORN. Gray colored quarter and tongue

.,' .' 4 N.W. WELLS H REAGAN J.Q. W.W. MATTHEWS DAVIS with patent colt vamp' and quarter ________ $4 50

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Y ,i\\ : : I r These crisp, sweet bits of choicest Indian Corn, 1 ROBERT E1). W JAMES.8UTOR. T B.: J.C SPARKS RAWSOIJ. White calf quarter patent colt $ 00

SIDNEY: VEERS S H. HETRICK. and fox __ .
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T Vr S. Putty quarter patent
< a ,, better than they are now, WALTER SCOTT, J. O McNKW $4.00
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"h'. ) C. C. COX. F. GEORGE.
't J. R. PRATHER, A. R. MCCOY, These the novelties and bear the "
1'I.t.: ; _'b" E. F. KETCH. C. H. SAPP, are newest highest stamp of .

..' ';':': J ' J.J. W.D. HARRIS SMITH T.HENRY A. COURT.KLOOS approvaL',
:Post' Toa.siiesthe 0. A. CRAM U W. FARRiS
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i- ..' ,TH&;K155IMMEE: VALLEY: GAZETTETel.pbea. . H. H. Funk,. of 'Hgl .rd's ''Island' :" 'H. B. 'Swabey' spent'Wednesday thought it'' was not'necessary- to' stele. ,'-';'" ,

V. ( .Nan It.) was in the city; Wednesday.D. ; ., Orlando on business. '" I expert "book-learned advice ;to. N' :,

..I 'PnUlshd .' : 0.' MCKay.Ipt; '! Orlando,. was; a )11'1I. C. E. Denlg; of. 'Narc. ....,'was ,AMONG THE' STATE LEGISLATORSBy abl. to farm sncoessfully.His: .argu-V) ,.. "
Every By inenU
: Friday c visitor In 'Kisslmmee Thursday la. the city Thurada,.: ,, were ably met, however,( br'th
w. .. HAJUUS ss. a.VAN members of th committee. and
AQNBWv > Novel and Inexpensive ,tb* CLAUDE F. .JOIIN80l'f' *
\ Mr.; and Mrs. Homer Prather and th* board unanimouslyvoted, to,.retain rt
: Embrold. Shop. j jO. Special, ItefireaentaUvo of th*' Valley Gaaette..Tallahassee .. .. >
son spent Tuesday in St.. Cloud.. Mr.. Evans. '?ttlttl
.. '. > 'y .Attorney Lewis O'Bryan was ft business T. Ansley, of Tampa'was in the ,J.. W. Whitfleldv ot.NAnburtiaatt/aV r *..

. / visitor to St ,Cloud Tuesday.}, city,Thursday,'meeting old friends.. : Fla. April *=(Sp cUl j t state of'lniect pests and.diseases.injurious poarad before the board in regard\to'

.Weather Report i Raymond Lanler of Campbell .station II. E. Childs, of Lakeland is assisting correspondence to theeaimmee Valley to plant products in this state; a proposition treat orange trees in tlro

: in the business Tuesday in the Dutton-HarrU. this G.zetto.-With record for the to create a state plant board and pre. the. grove at tb/poor ,farm for:. ,foot '
was' city on week.; shortest senatorial-caucus in the history scribe its powers and duties and making t .

.. Card table,covers at.Fhe Embro'dery of the state, and about the most .n appropriation for the purposeof C., S.Acre asked cone ernin .
Following B. E. Evans was among'"'the Kisslmmee Shop. ttrniigly contested flght in the house carrying out the provisions of said tale portion of the road to peasant "

tores and are daily tempera. people visiting .St, Cloud on Mrs. B. C. Cunningham left for caucus last Monday evening, the nine- act, and senate bill ''No..6, au act to Hill'and it was decided to send', th*' (
precipitations as reported Tuesday. teen and fifteen session of ui. Flofida appropriate funds for the eradication, county surveyor to settl the road
her home
Government in Va. Than-
by Richmond.
stationat legislator organised in both control and prevention of citrus lines Ia this .section. ,. '
Kisslmmee for the Week end- A.G. Cummer and J. L. Roe of the was : .can- G
Cummer Lumber company, of> Jacksonville day."Speedy" branch.. on Tuesday at noon.' James ker. Th. board accepted th.'propo.Ition ;
ing April. 9: were visitors here Wednesday Alvey has been confined E. Davis, senator from the Tenth district of, Dr., J.' D.' Chonn. of St. Cloud. to
to his room this week,< suffering with was the unanimous choice of the Representative N. c. Bryan salted act as county physician, and furnishall '
Friday __ __ __ __67 63Saturday .73 lagrippe. senate for president, but in the house Sunday and at once settled downto his 'own medicine for county cases

_. __ _.68 49 Most exquisite line of summer L. H. Reed, of Smith Center.. Kansas Carey A..Hard*, of Lire Oak. had a "learnig the ropes" and today one at cost of |2M per"year.,payable. .. I
Sunday __ ._ ____68 41 dresses Just received' at the LaMode' was a visitor in warm fight for the place of 'speaker would take him -for 4 veteran law quarterly, ',. , ',-> '- , s,

Monday __ __ __ __78 41 suit shop, corner Broadway and Dar week. with Forrest Lake of Sanford. Mr., maker. Mr. Bryan: has, been aaUc'- < W. N. Snyder appeared before/'the;
lington.Mrs. Hardee received 69 votes to Lake's 14. pftUng a copy-of the'bills' to civ*' Klsslmmee board in i.regard ,to the changing. of i
Tuesday ?'.__ __ __78 61 : .'C. W. B. Banks and daughter, Does 3 cents a yard saving appealto The senate rules committee made a city manager form of government the rout of the road around Ws flv-.

Wednesday __ __ __82 53 Miss Alberta, of New York city, spent you T If. -so buy you spring dressat their report, and Senator Ion L. Farris and to provide for the balk- aere tracts, between Kissimme and,

Thursday __ u _80 66 twp days' this week with Mrs. E. A. Gilbert's.Mr. of Jacksonville, offered an amendment heading of the lake, but up to this Wbittier. ." sv
: Russell and daughter Miss Medora. and Mrs. J. L. Hays and daughter in an effort to put Into effect his' afternoon had not received eitherof W. A. NeaL Jrw of Atanta representing -

arrived Miss Grace, left Wednesday new plan of organization and committee tIM measures. the KosseU Grad. Mannfae-i, .
Mr. Otto Fischer
0000000..00000.00.0000000. Tuesday I Martlnsburg, Ohio. work. When the"vote was taken .turing company of Minneapolis. Mina. ,
00000000000000000000000000i afternoon has entered from the Blossburg service of, Mr.Ala.,Reedat and White three cents a the amendment to the rules lost bya W. B. Crawford was a guest of his presented a proposition to bring one

yara on your commencement dress atGilbert' vote of 30 to 2. parents. Secretary and Mrs H. Clay of.tdhe centipede truck and road.

The Local Field Miss the Home Jean Barker Bakery., who has been the S. A..Bogue. will move 'to his residence President and Davis Senator announced Arthur E.the Done-committees Crawford last Monday. Osceola count'yfobrya demo striation often

i J Jw. guest jof Miss Corinne Gilbert for a on Mabbette street next Mon gan, from> the Nineteenth district, When the members of both houses days, if the county would pay the
: week, returned to her home in Plant day. drew places on six important committees received beautiful baskets of flowersat freight. It was decided not to take,

City on Wednesday.The William R. Helms, of St. Cloud, : Judiciary A, finance and the opening session Tuesday, Representative any steps along this line until some f

Atlantic Coast Line freight depot was a visitor to the S. A. Bogue residence taxation, corporations, banking: prison N. C. Bryan found a action was taken through the Osesola, SiE
B. Crawford spent Sunday in was given a nice coat of paint this Thursday. and convict, and chairman of the public beautiful bower of roses from Mrs. county representatives in the legislature

r Jacksonville.B. week, greatly improving the appear- land and drainage committee. A. tI. Rose formerly of Kisslmmee, to get an added, tour mile to
C. Dutton was in Lakeland lastFriday ance of the structure.Mr. Otto Fisher, of Blossburg, Ala., arrived Senator Blitch introduced a bill pro- but now of Tallahassee The ladies the road fund'taxation so that other
on business. and here early this week to take a viding for a constitutional amend- of the city of Tallahassee remembered road work can be taken up.The' t .
J. L.
and Mrs. Hays daughter
W. A. Smith, of Lakeland, was a Miss Grace, have returned to their position at Reed'a bakery.For ment prohibiting the manufacture or every member of both houses, but board, however, looked with favor: .-,
tale of liquor within the state for- upon the proposition of later purchasing ,,
visitor here Sunday. home at Martinsburg, 0., after spending cash at Gilbert's you can save those who were fortunate to bekno..n
ever. The measure was referred to high grade machinery.The ,
6 or 6 doses 666 will break any case five months in Kissimmee. 3 cents a yard on all twentw-flve. the temperance committee.A to residents' here were the favorites contract for a new roof onthe
of Fever or Chills. Price, 26 cents.G. and fifty cent dress goods. In the honors. Capt and Mrs:
Mrs. M. A. Hale, of Birmingham, joint resolution was introduced court house was awarded to C. F.
P. Garrett was a business visitorin Ala., and Mrs. Theo Leeper, of Hunts- Henry Mathews left this week for today in the senate providing for a' ose often visit in Kisslmmee, and Thrasher at his bid of $8.78 a square
Tampa on Tuesday.G. ville, Ala., left Wednesday for their his borne In Tiffin, Ohio after a visit constitutional convention. It is believed are the guests of. Capt. Clay Johnson.J. on a basis of an eetimate.of seventy rM1

L. Sawyer, of Ashton, was a vis- homes after visiting Mrs. M. C. Bandyfor with his nephew Charles Mathews.. that the state will be reapportioned squares with $50 additional for repairing

itor in Kiasimee Monday. several weeks.C. Mr and Mrs. D. W. Fox left for at this convention. the lookout.: Other bids were

W. H. Brokaw, with Griffin Broth- H. Baker, demonstration agent Heber Springs Ark.. on Wednesdayand Only one measure was given its COUNTY AGENT HIRED AGAIN offered by B. J. O'Qninn. and R. L..' x
final that validating an elec- Starling, bt Thrasher's bid was the i
will make their future borne passage
returned Or-
for to
ers, the tree peoplo 40-tf Orange county, there. tion held in Manatee county. March (Continued from page 1) lowest of the three. The contract is''

A. E. Brought, of St. Cloud, was a lando, Saturday night after spending I 26, creating: a special road and bridge to be awarded upon the AU.e.of, a
visitor here on Monday.Dr. two days here with B. E. Evans, Os- Mr. and Mrs. George O Dean left I district. Thia{was put on third read- Evans' retention and each of the mem- bond by Mr. Thrasher to onehalfofthe .>
ceola county's agent. I Wednesday for (heir home In Michigan and certified to the house bers of the committee of his bid. '
Ralph Duffy, of Tampa, motoredto I ing, passed spoke highly I amount J
Kisrimmee on business Tuesday. Mrs. J. M. 'Willson. Jr., will leave after spending the winter here.A. on suspension of rules. in compliment of the work Mr. Evans The board also received th*, copy

Cypress !field boxes for sale! cheap. Sunday for Jacksonville, where she F. Bass of St. Cloud, was in Two measures were presented by has done for the fruit end truck and photographs for the county book-1! '"
OsceolA Lumber & Furniture Co. 29-tf will attend an open meeting of the the city Monday to attend the meet- Senator Hudson, of Miami, that are growers of the county and the good : let prepared by C. F. Johnson and1approved 'f.''
Woman's club to be held next weekat ing of the county commissioners.The of vital interest to the entire state. he can accomplish in future service. his work. Bids frill:' now, \ 1.i:
H. W. Grady was in Apopka on which a number of legislative mat- These are known as senate bill No 4, Each of them stated that he had be asked for printing the book>> which {
business Wednesday and Thursday.Mr. ters will be discussed. I volunteer fire department the Kritz will an act to prevent the introductioninto been unable to find a single person : will be distributed among the prospective *! .

and Mrs. F. M. Benjamin; of H. A. Hunter left Wednesday night meet building next for Tuesday business night and the dissemination within the who opposed Mr, Evans' retention. .; settlers of Occeola county. \ ,
St. Cloud, were in Kissimmee Tues- for Toronto, Can., where he will spend a There was only one dissenting voice After approving bills and :'other ;1,
some time on business before proceeding Strickland Graham, of Morristown, tlon. The mission in South Kissimmee present, that being G. B. Woodall, who I routine matters .th*, board adjourned, ,.'

day.Mr.. and Mrs. J. T. Drawdy and son, to Portland, Ore., to look after Fla., is here, called by the illness of being: a part of the work of the .. i., 'e.l) ?fir.\
Tues- affairs of the Hunter Land his mother Mrs. 1) P. Graham. church ( shows especial vitality, under .' '
of Whittier, were in the city the any m that section. corn- Mrs. R. W. Cohb returned Wednes- the splendid management of the ,... .. ............. .... .......................tL............... I. I Hfig

day.Carl Sanders, of Eatonton Ga., O. H. George, who has been the golf day from Jacksonville where she has leaders appo'nted.CATHOLIC. .. .

spent Sunday with friends in Kissim- instructor at Winter Park this season, been visiting friends for several days. E THIRTY YEARS $< .
was here visiting with friends on Mrs. n. H. Guy of Whittier spent CHURCHServices ; $ g$
will be held in the Cath-
mee.S. Wednesday. From here he went to the week end with Mrs. N. Floyd on
B. Story, of Narcosee, was a bus-
olic church next Sunday, April llth
Lakeland for a few days' visit before her way home from a visit with relatives OF
iness visitor to Kissimmee on ;
follows Mass and 8
as sermon a.
going to Minneapolis, Minn., to spend In Tampa.
''- urday. m., Kev Father James O S. B., cele-
the summer The school hoard held
"' .. Miss Myrtle Bobbitt is spending the a special brant. Sermon, administration of PracticalExperience
kwteeknd with her parents at Mican- Mr. and Mrs. D. C Thompson and session Thursday afternoon to cwn- the sacrament of confirmation and
I daughter of St. Cloud, came over elder a petition for a special school
opy. benediction by the Rt. Kev M. J.
Saturday to Kissimmee and on Sun- tax district at Kt Cloud.
Charles Davis, superintendent of motored to Winter Curley, D. D., Bishop 6f St. Augustine -
the county farm, was in the city day Park afternoon with Mrs they J. W. Thompson H. E. Swabey, J. A. Cheek, Mr. 7:30: p. m I
Tuesday.A. and Seabury and Ed C Roberts went over A cordial invitation to attend the
and Kate
A. Tano, of the Dixie theater (Cecil Elizabeth Prentis. Thompson I to St. Cloud last week to assist. in services In' extended to all provided MEANS r
I the Odd Fellows' initiation. that reverence and decorum be .
left Monday for Palatka to spend several only .
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Herrington left
days. Mont exquisite line of summer observed -that are in harmony -with .
Saturday for I'oughkeepsie, N. Y., dresRes just received at the aMode and of the SOMETHING
cattleman the divinity sanctity 458T
Godwin ,
Riley prominent where they were called by the sud-
milt shop corner Broadway and Darlington which Is God's house t' l.
who lives at St. Cloud, was a visitor dent death of the latter's sister Miss church '

here Fred Monday.Bass was in Lakeland last return Millard. to Mrs.Kissimmee Herrington within expects two to Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Brady, who ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH.The If your Time Piece b.. not given you satisfaction' . ,''we can' ;

week to attend installation of officersin weeks. have been spending some time at Easter services at this parishwere fix it so it will. ,: ""i. 3Satisfaction t'
Plant Citv.. have returned to Kissim despite a very unpropitious day a '
the Elks lodge. Mrs. J. M. Campbell, who has been -. The
Mrs. J. II. Harris went to Orlando spending some time here as the guestof mee to-r make theirh me-here.--wn very church interesting was beautifully and though helpful.simply We also do all kind of',Jewelry,Repairing''. ' \ "

Tuesday to visit her daughter, Mrs. her sister Mrs. J. McPhatter. has I Most exquisite line of summer . .
decorated with flowers, ferns, palms, . "
I home Greensboro dresses just received at the LaMode Guaranteed : ." -
returned to her at "
Harry Deyoreo. ,', ,
and ,
etc., making a very pretty pleasing : If. "
suit and Dar-
shop Broadway
N. 0, Mrs health corner
Mrs W. J. Sears and son Campbell's was .I}' W' .... ;"
and "
,' Mr. much improved the result of her lington. appearance and showing the devo. -1 ( ,\ _, ,1' ", ';Y I.''t'I., ...\\1,J'oj'. ', '
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" .. " ,, returned Monday after spending several tlon of those'' ,Interested nl the wor '' ;, ,
. 7"' '" days In Jacksonville. stay here.George. Mrs. Margaret Campbell, who has ship. Eary mass was celebrated ,at ';' : ,
1!I.'Ml.. s4 Mr. and Mrs. J. H Reese, of Orlando Coleman representing the been spending tM winter with Mr. 7:30.. m., at which there were seven ,COLE;' JEWELRY COMPANY;. : "
Shoe' and Mrs. O. Dean left last
J/' spent Sunday here, the guestsof Krippendorf-Dittman company, George communicants. Sunday school was :)
q. and Mrs. James Johnston.C. of Cincinnati, called on the Family week for her home in Hastings, Mich. I 26 ;IL t E. y
Mr. held at 10 a. m., at which the attendance Broadway C*|j.. Maaa'rer' ,
Shoe store this week. Mr. Colemanis :i
W. Watkins, manager of Dixie the oldest shoe Mr. and Mrs. 8. O. Ragsdals motored was very satisfactory and at -" -- ..
probably drummer
Culvert .Co.. of Jacksonville, was a to Orlando and Sanford Thursday which time the mite boxes of the
in this territory, having been travel-
business visitor here on Tuesday. afternoon combining business and scholars were presented with the chil ,
ing in Florida for many years. ., '
Willie Sutton, of the Family Shoe pleasure.Rev. dren's Easter offering. for missions. 4. y"

store, was unable to be at his post Judge J. H. Cowley' and wife, also W. D Bans the evangelist There Was raised for the mission workin .. . .
early this week on account of illness. Mrs. W. A. Newton, of Lansing Mich., will preach a special\ sermon at the this manner $10, which speaks well SELL -'' ,
started for home Tuesday morning.. children in the -" .
..,_.. O. R. Bass, of Whittier, former Methodist church to the unsaved tonight for the interest of the <
member of the .board of county com- Judge Cowley and wife spent the win- taking for his subject "The very important branch of church work. ,-

missioners, was in the city on Monday.L. ter in Kissimmee and enjoyed their Unpardonable Sin." At 11 o clock there was a celebrationof See Our Line of 4't.'
visit. They were at other
many the blessed sacrament and full '
L. Lucas and the Misses Nellie but their Kis- 11. H. May and family and Misses .\
towns, enjoyed stay at
choral service which Rev. Dr. Ball
and Ethel Zimmer, of St. Cloud, were simmee most of all. Myrtle Bobbin, Ella Mae Gilbert and at Neat New and Nobby 'I.
officiated. The
visitors in Kissimmee last Saturday. lAura Thomas left this morning in the priest in charge, 1d
Alfred Bell, an inmate of the county service was in many respects the best, -
the for motor to
W. H. Walker of Bassenger, accom- mayor's car a trip J
I poor farm, died Monday morningof Alachua. and the most beautiful offering; ofpralce
panied County Comisioner Frank tuberculosis. He was buried at the Mlcanopy and : and thanksgiving which has Footwear For MenWe
Walker to the city and spent Monday farm. Bell came here from Chicagoand M. P. Tindall and Homer Tindall, been held in our church. The music

here.J. entered the orange business. Be- of Narcoosee, have returned from was exceptionally good and

R. Donegan, Young Tindall and coming ill he returned to Chicago, but Miami, where they were witnesses in to the joyous occasion appropriate which bav* tkos stylish BattlesWp Gray Cloth tp ia Gu Metal wide \ t
wife left Tuesday for Deer Park, af- was sent back here without means of the trial of John Ashley, convicted of we celebrated and the entire service JJ
ter spending several days in Kissim support because of his illness and the the murder of DeSoto Tiger, a Semi- most beautiful. Mr. Porter an the new EagnUi Bal toe : ,
county has cared for him since. nole Indian.An sang 9
mee. offertory solo very delightfully and
C. J. Loomis, organizer for the Or- Burbank's Spineless Cactus is theWorld's automobile driven by Hudson also sang the Angus Dei of the com- 50 i
der of Mooose, is here this week ar- : latest fruit vegetable, and Bass and a motorcycle ridden by Jim- munion service. Eveningprayer and I The regnlar $S Sobs for _______________1_____ Q"r. : '. '

ranging to perfect an organizationhere. wonder. It thrives even on mie M'ller collided at the corner of sermon were had at 7:30 p. m., which
I sand rocks and sunshine and solves Darlington avenue and Broadway completed the day of service and r

J. A. Blackwell, who recently openedup the feed problem for cows, hogs and Thursday morning. The motorcyclewas thanksgiving very fittingly in celebra- -
a turpentine still in Manatee coun- poultry. Varieties that are right are badly damaged, but neither Mr. tion o fthis, the greatest feast daylofthe The Family Shoe Store *,

ty, was here this week visiting his now for sale by Samuel O. Kidder, Bass or Mr. Miller were hurt. church. The absence of some of
family at Ashton. Monticello, Florida. Send for cata- Friends in Kissiinmee of Rev. and the members was noted with regret, J. W. HARRIS Manager In the Dann Building a

Arthur Greene, representing the log. 143tpdMr. Mrs. W. C. Golden will regret to learn but lagrippe has reigned in the parish

Antietam Paper company, of Jacksonville and Mrs. T. L. Wilson, E. E. txf the death of Rev. Mr. Golden' and several were away from town. l }

i was a business visitor to Kis- Skipper, M. E. Skipper, Ed. Pierce, mother, Mrs. W. C. Golden, senior, rr '
simmee this week. : Mrs. L. V. Swearingen, Miss Georgia who died at Tampa' Sunday night. The -

Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Dann and two Kober Miss Lee Wilson, Miss Olive Rev. Mr. Golden and his sister, Miss
Children and Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Cole Smith, Mrs. Beulah Smith Carlisle Alice Golden, passed through Kissim ", ,*
motored to Orlando last Sunday to I Lelghtsey and Miss Elaine Harless. mee Monday.accompanying the bodyto 1
the afternoon.Mrs. all of Bartow, passed through the city her old home in Nashville. The
spend Thursday en route to their homes after Golden. spent two winters here and : ; yrt
J. H. Redditt left Sunday night ; 1w e
have friends. The Rev. Mr.
motor to Miami. many
trip They
in to a -
for Dade City response
Golden is now pastor of the Palm Avenue -
stating that her mother, Mrs.. spent an entire week on the tour and Baptist church in Tampa. ;
reported a splendid time. kf
e W. L.. Osborn, was seriously ill. v hF .

Mr. Kimber, who has been locatedat William Augustus, infant of Mr. ooooooooo .'J t
Kissimmee Park this winter, left and Mrs. Lewis o 1 ?
O'Bryan, was baptized tr
.Monday for Kansas City, where he last Sunday afternoon at their homeon 0 O Vij) } }
will spend the summer months.W. Clyde avenue by Dr. W. B. With- '
M. Davis and Sam Jones, of Orlando erspoon assisted by Rev. S. W. Law- beg to announce the arrival of a new line of .'';;.. "

were visitors in Kissimmee lastSaturday. ler. Quite a number of the intimate 11AIT1HT CHURCH .
> Both of these gentlemen friends of the family were present and Sunday services at the First Baptist -
re connected with the Southport Cat- witnessed the services, and lingered church: Sunday school 9:46 a. White Organdie, Flavon, Lawn, Wash Silk ;

: la company.Mr. for a pleasant social hour. An interesting m.; Preaching by the pastor lilt both ., ,
and Mrs. H. F. Pfann left feature of the occasion is the hours. At 11 a. m. Dr. Holt will STRIPED VOILES f /.
Tuesday for Lakeland, where they will fact that the five protestant churchesof speak! on "The Estimate. of a Noble 1
visit their daughter, Mrs. W. J. War- Kiqsimmee were all represented in Character." At : 16 be will speakon .Y
will also visit friends in this "There Is Forgiveness with the
ing Bradentown They before returning home. The company.pleasant sunshine of Easter Lord." Just the Thing for That Graduation Dress. t I

Mr. and Mrs. J. B Taylor who have brought out many automobile parties All are Invited and strangers es- '

been spending the winter here at during the afternoon last Sunday. peclajly welcomed.: w. Late also a Pretty Lin of Crepes, Flame and Wiles, ia la. New Striped aid Dowered Effect ,
'horn of there Among those who the afternoonin Last Wednesday night, the regular l. . ... ;
iiMsxyevillet Ou They Creek quarterly business meeting of the
.their home a ride to Boggy and St. Cloud +' R C
,1 .love with Kissimme and will return were: Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bandy, Mr. Baptist church was held. The reports F

next winter. and Mrs. .... S. Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs.J. from the ten departments of D' '. r

rt:>Mr A. D. Langlols, who has been I R. Gilbert Miss Jean Barker,. Miss church work developed the pleasing Dann's ;te.Pit.ttm l t ;.Srore : : zti

"' '*'spndinB two months .in Kisslmmee i Ella May Gilbert, Miss Corinne Gilbert fact that the church has mad more ,,. "" ,r. ,: : .
for Chattanooga.rJ Miss Graee/GBbeytMrs-. substantial advancement, during, the "* ...L"< "
:.t'A'. *--.l.ftMonday' night baa been a visitor toKissimme Lancaster,:E.A. Gilbert W. A. Greg- :last'quarter, than daring any, pre \ \ &; . 7:z" '20BROADWAY; a.t; ..

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Better Demand Was Shown for Manatee,* Fta.--W-: : Preston own- FLORIDA,TRUCK FIELDS., :>. .

:2' First Class Stock, but Poor I Column Forward er of the Manatee Fruit company, has 4 v'O' .
DEC OME';HOPEFUL Grades Were Slow. NEARLY DOUBLED awarded a contract to G. W. Miller .... ....... ,.. . .. .. .. .. .., .

of Fla. to build .
New York. -There were 16A cars Tampa, a new packing Goulds, Fla.-Tomatoes are comingin '"
of California oranges sold at auction house to reptace the one recently shortly .and the quality i* good.

.' NEARLY( :12,000 CARLOADS OF last week. A better tone to the mar- FRESH REPORTS OF PROGRESS PLANT. CITY SHIPMENTS SHOW destroyed will have the by' fire.same The floor new space structure as-the There is a large acreage in this .vicinity
ket prevailed on good keeping fruit and will
FRUIT HAVE BEEN SHIPPED old and will be many cars be IMppeL-
but poor stock showed no improve FROM THE ADVANCING STATEOF UNEXPECTED INCREASE OVER one a fireproof
OUT OF THE STATE THUS FAR. ment. Best in good condi- ing. Mr. Preston and Manager F. Sarasota la.Frank E. Sco'U
;; .LAST' WEEK SIIOWED AN IN- tions, sold generally oranges from $2.25 to FLORIDA. PREVIOUS WEEK BUT PRICES D. Waite recently took a trip over the shipped a box of grapefruit to Hong

CREASE. $2.75 with sn occasional sale up to $3. DROP WITH THE CLOSE OF THE different citrus growing sections of Kong, China. It took just thirtyfourdays '
Choice stock ranged from $1.75 to of port commissioners the state and inspected many packing to arrive at its destination going -
1 Caren'moved U week ______- 810 $2.20 and warty from $1.25 to $1.75. Mills for embankment have let contract to A. J. SEASON NEAR. houses and they intend to combine all by way of San Francisco.
I Cars ___ 678 and railroad the good points they found in their
moved week before last The bulk of the oranges are still in
Total, to date _________________21,960 poor condition and have been 1,300 feet long for temporary storage Plant City.-Strawberry shipments new packing house, which will be one Winter Park, Fla.-William Chase
very held too long. Thursday a car under yard. increased this week to nearly double of the largest and best in the state. Temple has disposed of his citrus fruit

11 ..Jaek.onvllle.--The citrus shipments refrigerator sold from $1.25 to $1.41 Starke.-Railway C committee of the the quantity shipped last week. The holdings. At a recent meeting of the
i .. last week were 182 care! more than per box. Starke board of trade is week of warm dry weather, revived JABOTS IN FAVOR. local growers' association resolutions
} the previous week. This season 16,238 I Receipts of Porto Rico oranges were have closed contract with the reported to many of the plants which had practically of regret that Mr. Temple no longer
#. cars of oranges and 5,718 cart of 19,000! boxes. Wild fruit averaged Shands Lumber Co., for the extensionof Dowling- I been considered as through Jabots are returning to us from the will be connected with the industrywere
long because they suit most
grapefruit have been marketed. about $1.00 per box. Cultivated oranges its railroad to Starke. bearing for this lieaR'on and a much ago passed. "
1'\ women, and give an air of distinctionto
t The situation in certainly looking to with I larger quantity of berries were
brought $2 $2.10 second a a aTampa.Export
.MMn brighter not only for the growers, but grade rlll'I'inlfrom $1.50 to I Phosphate Railway brought in than it was expected wouldbe many dresses that need some alle- The sun gives 600 times the light
II for all parties concerned in the deal. $1.75'1 1& during week for the rest of viation from sombreness. that a full moon does.
I Keopipts of Porto Rico /: ) Terminal Co., of Tampa, is rentu-ted i any
Oranges are holdinp steady and ala were 8.500 lioxeK. The market was to have authorized 1'res. II. L. ISerce the season. One trucker, who abandoned -
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fair figure and in good demand. lOc to I l.r>c higher than lust week. The to engage engineers to survey route pil'kinlfor the season and had I
I' Grapefruit prices are advancing and fruit was not in very good ('ondition.I l I for its proposed railroad to mines in ) already begun to berries the plants.I'lI'k..d OoO 00 0000001>0000 00 oOOO'OOoOOOO
,' there indications that the market sutlicient from (his
are Kor some fancy fruit $1.)5;! ; wax realized Polk founly. HoOOHOO O'OOO..OIr <
1 j r will continue to hold reasonably firm I (but the general range was from a abandoned patch in one day to net him
: ,ds for the balance of the season. !Prices $1.7! to Ifl::1! with very poor stock selling Cocoanut drove.; -Kenneth Hens i is $62.50.< Many other growers received
during the past two weeks have been I down to !*) !..r)0.Itjceipts reported to 1 be interested! in erection everywhere from $20 to $100 for berries -
better than at any time this year. I of !Porto Rico pineapples of ice plant. I picl.4 from t.h.ewa."IIIC." .. that

I,. Most of the northern markets show were fi.MIO u-ntes. KightoenM; 21.>. and a they had considered through bearing :
an increasing demand and prices have i I Stuart.I). W. C. Huff let contract after the cold weather of last week. I AutomobilesTOR
:Lila: "ningrd from $':1! to $:!\.70( and 't IHH( I
t' .advanced accordingly. It is. a feetthat an"l IL's: from $2: lit to $:t.l.r>. : to .1. A. Y. Spiers, Stuart to erect The total receipts for the week
if there I be a decline in prices it l Ke.r'ii iptK of (l-'lurida oranges were building; one story; fix.JO:! ; feet. I amounted to S.'t,250:! quarts for which ,
wilj not be on account of a poor <|unlity !- moderate and the market was very ) # * the growers received the net sum of
/ Lake Worth. Hoard of
t>f fruit as the fruit moving out active with an advance nil along t the of Palm-- Beach public instruction 1 :$1']rj.4MiO.: ! ; !Prices were exceptionally
II. W. t
} of the state at the present time hits. ,, county good )last Friday ad Saturday beingIrom
t Inn-. / ( ho"' to fancy' fruit drought I Lcwin superintendent let contract at I Ilfi.2(1 ) SALE
never been surpassed in quality. This 17c to ;\(1.!() und Ilk to 28c for l
; !$2.40::! to $:'J K.r> for desirable $ ;, ( to 1.. S. Honsteel, Lake Worth
) applies both to oranges and grape I ( lair( sires were a little I I lower to erect school. the two days respectively.) The season .1..1.
i.: I .I fruit. The fruit is arriving on> the with common large fruit considerably a being near it*} close the heavy .
'lt markets In excellent (condition showing I lower. Extra; fancy oranges were much Tampa.-Garcia Bros. let contractto production! this weJ-'k' together with
J only small percentage of decay.The I higher. The quality and condition of (!. A. 1>Miller Tampa, to erect fivecottages the usual) reduction of prices in the I
N Valencies started to move this (he fruit were excellent.) In fact t they at Tampa and Thor City. market nt this tune of the year, caused $400.00
week. have never been better than at the * the prices to drop this week to a I
,I The southern markets are particularly present time. Some )Dominion pine- West Palm Beach.-J. II. Robinson lower figure than has been paid the ONE FORD CAR '
active this Reason' and there is apples commanded! $r.87 1-2 for 12is.( let contract to II. de Oarpelan, West growers at any time this y-ear. The i
a good demand for fruit of quality The offerings/ : of Florida grapefruit ) Palm Beach to erect dwelling. average price paid on Monday was COMPLETELY EQUIPPED .
.i., and Small sizes. The reason for this I were moderate. and the market ruled Hie; Tuesday and Wednesday 12c, and
t Has K-W Presto Lite Master
doubt is the cbld and I backward ( let contract to J. i Road-Smoother Vibrator
no stronjr. \Ija: icy soli) at $2.15 to $2.40 arwat..r.-City yesterday !9 I l-2c, making general
; spring; which has delayed shipments with extra fancy) higher. Common F. Boyd & Son, Clearwater to erect average for the week of all berries Oil Gauge, Cut OuL One new Caring Allowed.

,I of strawberries tomatoes and other brought $1.75 to $1.90.! addition to city hall for fire department shipped, lr.f>4c per quart. Shipments i
fruits that are usually: on the south- Florida tangerines were in light" receipt and council; also \let contract to by (Bays, and prices received I for each
ern markets in competition with citrus and fancy desirable sixes ranged 1 1I E. K.; Copeland, Clearwater, to erect! day's shipments, are as follows: i $450.00
,, fruits at this time of the year. They I I from $2.75 to $3.15: : per half strapwith pavilion. I Quarts Price
( '> shipments of Florida fruits and vegetables I choice bringing $1.75 to $2.25. * Friday _ __ _ H.llO; ) $ IK71i.KO ONE CINCH CARFIRST
Sanford First churchlet
to southern markets have been !Poor to common brought 75r to $1.1i.:{ Presbyterian Saturday 13,52): : )) :\44.HO\ :!
,v extremely light-practically nothing according to conditionThe Packer. contract to S. O. Shinhol/.er Sanford Monday: 17.fiHO() .HH.HO: : COST $3,500.
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as compared with other seasons. Ow- to erect building; ordinary bnekconstruction TIII'Mlay :!OHHO), ) 2fios./o:! (;() One I
} ing to the f. o. b. buyers and short- TO DKAIN 40,000 ACHES. ; felt and gravel roof; Wednesday 11.2HO 1,353.1.0:! : Fully Equipped. new Casing Allowed. Would make
age of the vegetable crops Florida i .00x100 I feet; reported cost $25,000.() Thursday -_ - 12,000 1,140.00 I a food riding car. SO-HORSEPOWER.
4i'' ( shippers have practically ignored the Barlow.-Bonds. for $250,000 to i
southern receivers and as a result theconsumers $275,000 will soon be issued by. thel'eaoe Bradentown. J. Palmer willerect 83,52) $12,949.1.0.
Totals :\ : :! !
building : I
Creek ) district, wh'hI $250.00
have bought more citrus Drainage
;; The includes only the
50x75 feet summary
reclaim of avenue; ; ;
fruit than before. intends to 40.000 acres
y '" :" It is believed ever by the heavy operators the I: land, mainly have muck.been Plans for improvements by for lowed fourteen floor for offices./ two stores;ontanatp"l berries, reports shipped, from 1 from Sydney the local and l Dover platform J One Buick Truck or Touring Car

that if shippers do not glut mar- prepared a not, 1 being, received for the week.
\ ;. ket with heavy shipments that the C. (;J. Elliott consulting drainage engineer St. Cloud.J.. K. ('"nn will erect a I 'i' FIRST COST $1,300. ..-

entire crop will be moved at fair I Washington, I1. C., chief en- two-story brick business block. 10 CENT "CASCARETS"FOR 1. Has truck body and tonneau.
for the with the. Atlantic I
t'.. i'; "prlce -The Packer. I i irineer district a a a LIVER AND BOWELSCure
; i Engineering Co., of Savannah TitURville.-,E. L. Brady will erect
io' FLORIDA VEGETABLES IN N. Y. as the assistant chief engineer. The I -
N two brick stores on Washington ave Sick Headache, Constipation $200.00
.. I I district supervisors are R. C. Hatton nue.
+ New York.-There has been a general Biliousness, Sour Stomach Bad
I and E. L. Mack of Bartow; I.ycurgus a a a
't l complaint regarding the quality ;'I I Burns of Winter Haven, FI..., and West Palm Beach.-Palm Reach Breath-Candy Cathartic. ONE REO-TWO CYLINDERTruck
of Florida vegetables from receivers.I' Oliver & Burgess: attorneys Bartow. Mercantile Co. is having plans prepared No odds how bad your liver, stom-
On account of Easter, this is (I II I for two additional stories to ach of' bowels; how much your head or touring car. '
'+ when probably a bigger business is aches how miserable from
I ; ; ; COST $1,100.
E 1-1 done in southern vegetables than any 6 indigestion biliousnessand
constipation ,
1 I position roof heating electric
.. ; no ;
other week in the The demand Has truck body and tonneau.
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excellent 4 ORANGE CENTER NEWS.oC> lighting; cost $20,000.Clearwater.Jaa. sluggish bowels-you always get
is good for quality O a a .' relief with Cascarets. They imme- -
-1', : stock but there is very little to be OOO'O'OOOOoOoOOoOOOO'OoO B. McChesney is.. diately cleanse and regulate the stom-
had at any price and dealers hesitate having plans prepared by Lester I ach, remove the sour, fermenting food Inquire LUPFER & PRATHER GARAGEor .
about buying the inferior goods. The Misses Sheldon and Hoag spent Clearwater. ]
Avery, to erect residence. and foul take the excess bile
gases; H. W. THURMAN.
Beans peas and eggplant particularlywere the week-end Kissimmee. V .
from the liver and off the
:; 'wanted and several times the Arthur Ramey has removed into his I Jacksonville.-T. E. Floyd will erect carry con-
s amount handled could have been sold new house on his farm in section 33. two-story frame residence at E. Ash- stipated waste matter and poison

V '' bad-it been received. Tomatoes continue I Miss Mary Wilson, of Orlando is ley and Palmetto streets; cost $6,000.! from the intestines and bowels. A OOOOOOOOO... ..O'.OOO.OO.OOO..OOO.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.O.' ..
,t t to run specked and diseased and spending a few days -visiting her 000 10-cent box from your druggist will
.receivers, who have not bought are friend, Miss Pearl Rigney. Miami.-Dr. E. H. Lvon is having keep your liver and bowels clean; 00.00000000.0.0000.0000000.00000.0..00000000..000.000.. .
.wiring their' shippers not to ship unv'les Mrs. Alice Ramey left on Wednes- plans prepared for residence. stomach sweet and head clear for 1 'r

'\\i ";';'+ they know the stock is in good day for her home in Carter Ky., hav- r 000Miami.Horace months. They work while you. sleep." I
'r,1\'iJ:' '.'',' t."-,;'condition and free from disease. The ing spent the winter here. She will S. Rich, Minneapolis -
Jamaica furnishes from 8-
Minn. residence
to erect annually
reported ;
4 'few .fancy.hard ripe tomatoes that return in the fall.
I reinforced concrete; tile roof; Spanish 000,000 to 9,000,000 bunches of ban-
were in the market sold around 4. The oyster in the school
S :Fatocy' spotted stock brought $2 to $3; house last Saturday supper night was well baths mission style about; fourteen rooms and five anas to the United States. The of the worldare l

zl <' 'choice $1.50 to $2. Poor quality sold attended and a nice sum was realizedfor ; cost a $20,000.a a eyes

ti ( for '..whatever- receiver could re"celve. the Children's Home in Jackson- I..eesburHiram McElroy Tampa etc., utilizing 200 acres of land; prop-
y Peppers ranged from $3 to vile.: An impromptu program con- is making surveys preliminary .to the erty overlooks Boca Ceiga ;
) : .' $3.50 fop, Both wax and string beans I i iv sisting of songs, addresses, and cake- drainage of 70,000 acres swamp landin Franklin Meehan and A. W. Tilling- \
<; ;;brought $..50 to $5.50, eggplant $31! walk added to the pleasure of the Lake. Pasco, Sumter and Hernando hast are I laying out golf course; have on the man who
!f 'to $4 for fancy stock, $2 to $3 for occasion.An counties. cleaned and graded and arb ready for e
,. mailer, peas from $3.50 to $5.50. acre of bananas has been planted a a aApalachicola.Board grass planting/ ; has asked plans for
; off' t I ''Celery; both in ten and twelve-inch on Lake Ruby which will be addedto of public instruction constructing clubhouse

crates brought $1.25 to $1.60. Lettuce until we rival the large .plantation : of Franklin county .receivesbids a a a
;t moved out at $1.50 to 225. I at Pine Castle.Announcements. until May I to erect brick school. I Winter Park.-Wekiwa ranch capital
'f + The Packer. were received last I a a a ${iOOOO, incorporated by Wm.
I Tuesday of the marriage of Miss Cedar Key.-Bids received by T. W. Wm. F. Blackman Lucy W. Black-
d NEW! PACKING. HOUSE Ethel Mae Larsson and Edward Ar- Price, superintendent of public instruction I man and Berkeley Blackmail.Jacksonville. SAVESpAUSE
AT KELLSMERE 'thur Miner which happy event oc- Bronson Fla., to complete a a a
',:; ". Fellsmere Pro'duce 1 curred, at Orlando, Saturday, April a a I .-Duval county will
olexchrewelThe .
""'fed its new 1 3. The bride is pleasantly remembered improve J portions of John Anderson
Vl cking bouse. The building is 40x72 I as the teacher of the Cypress Cr..ekj trustees E. T. highway!: National highway: ; Kings
',' stories and Moore secretary have plans for late- Road etc., total length about 195-845
, feet and one and -one-naif school the past season and has a host
in ly-noted school; two stories; 60x140 ft. feet (about thirty-sewn miles), with
t !was built eight days.'THURMAN j of friends in the community who a a a I
unite in heartiest congratulations.At vitrified brick, asphalt macadam or
. ..... O..O.O.O.OO..... Frostproof.-Board public instruc- other suitable the for
+ : the meeting: of the GetTogetherclub tion will erect school building; twelve material including > a moment, young man
also resurface with ,
\-. I Saturday afternoon the members curbing; asphalt
1 classrooms and auditorium
a 'I ". ;e//1 CITY. Cr I were favored with the presence of 550; ordinary construction; tar seating ann surface macadam- other of various permanent roads hard give a thought to self. The
Miss the domestic portion now
gravel roof electric cost
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.. ': I demonstrator of Osceola county, in $12,000. paved with shell. that confront
:! problems
', a a a now or
e \ Sylvester Weyery spent Saturday charge of the girls' canning clubs. a a a you ,
Miami. will construct two
4 ,,i evening in Kissimmee and was the I Prof. C. II. Baker Orange county's Homestead. Homestead special -City will
and steel Miami hence.Look
of Mr. and Mrs. Longnecker agricultural demonstrator and Prof.B. school district votes April 9 on $15,000 concrete bridges over a few years .
1' guest E. Evans, Osceola county's agri- bonds to erect addition to school at river at Twelfth street: and Avenue D;
Mr. and Mrs. Drawdy and family, cultural demonstrator. Miss Carson Homestead and erection of structurein bascule type; concrete approaches;

,, of Whittier, are visiting her parents, spoke on preserving citrus fruit products Florida City. estimated cost $150,000.a a a about yon-tne men of affairs in country state nation-yes,

t ia.: M.r. and Mrs. Stephen Acree. and incidentally gave the ladies a t a Florida Gulf Coast Co., capitalization ia tie world, are the men who started to save early in life. f
Mrs. Dan Lanier and children spent the much-discussed recipe for grape- Bradentown.-A. J. Palmer will $400,000, incorporated Ira W.

Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ike Lanier. fruit shortcake. She also gave a pri- erect store and a office a a building.. i Emery and E. S. Mitchell, of Philadelphia They have the respect and confidence of the community.
\; Mr. and Mrs. McKentie and daughter vate talk on canning. Professor Baker Sarasota.-Dr. Jos. Halton will ,, Pa., and A. Van Fosson, of Nor-
Rose of St. Cloud, were guests had strawberries and their culture Pa. .
ti'j of- W. A. Skinner and, wife recently. '' as his theme and gave those presenta erect 18x40 office feet building on electric Main street; ristown * The look on the ether side-at the fellow who spend all ti ..r

"' 'Judge Canby and wife called on Mr. number of valuable suggestions. cost $3,000.; fireproof; light; Fort Myers.-.Chas. A. Stadler of make-they may have a food time for a while but what does Irk
I' and Mrs. Wi A. Skinner Monday. TTv Professor Evans in his talk on fertilization a -aa a Brooklyn, N. Y., has had surveys personality reflect
.t left for,their home in Lansing, Mich.! and soil correction, advocated Mlakka. East and West Coast Ry. made of Central Heights; plans call
,\ .Tuesday., I II. the use of more crushed limestone. will erect depot. for grading and hard surfacing of
? I. :' Mr. .and'' Mrs. W. C. Sensiba, and I That the audience was interested was a a a 'about 7,000 feet roadway, including A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be the

fx IMr.tand: Mrs. W. A. Skinner spent I I evidenced by the number of questions St. Petersbur .-C. M. Roser will curbing and sidewalks; estimated nucleus of an honorable, Independent career.
r Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. I asked the speakers all of which were erect twelve to fifteen dwelling in Ro cost $12,000.a. Make beginning Your
i ,;'Ike''Lan er. I I fully answered. The verdict of all ser park in addition to those recently a your now-today.
( 'Ie.( S. Acree, W. A. Skinner and W. was that the meeting waa a very profitable erected. Fort Pierce. Kanawha Groves Co., bank book will pave the way.
1iY ..C.' Sensiba.were in Kissimmee on bus one and we hope to have more a a a capitalization $50,000, incorporated;
>lrYA7 mess Monday. of the same kind. West Palm Beach.--John W. Gorman C. A. Gates, president, Charleston W.

<' Allen Acree and Skinner An Easter entertainment was heldin Caldwell, N. J., will erect Va.; R. L. Jenkins, vice-president,
ri 'were fishing at Russell lake Wednes the school house on Sunday evening ing; cost about $3,000; dwell-I Fort Pierce.. State Bank ..r1

day.: All report a good catch. Solo, Holy Night, by W. A. probably begin a November a a 1. Plant City.-Seaboard Air Line Ry., -

"-I ... 'Mrand'' Mrs W. C. Sensiba entertained Spence; prayer, Rev. G. W. Spahr; Palm Beach.-City let p to W. D. Faucette, engineer Norfolk,
Mr; and Mrs. W. A. Skinner quartette, "We've a Story to Tell/ Bryan & Co.. and T. B. Griffin, both I Va., let contract H. O. Hobbs to lay
e ) .at 'Easter dinner Sunday. Mrs. Babcock, Miss Morrey, Messrs. of Jacksonville, to construct sewer I concrete walks under' sheds on both of KissimmeeCapital
F Mrs.;. Hatcher and children left for Spahr and Morrey story Mr.' Mor- systems. sides of Union station and around station
their. home in North Carolina Friday. rey; solo "As It Is Written. Mrs. '' ae MValrlco. Including baggage room.
K; t :r Mr. Nelson called on W. C. Sensiba Babcock; reading, Mr. Spahr; solo. "A .-.-Valrico Improvement association building( .. stock .._._$100,000.00
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'and wife morning. Heavenly Vision, Morrey; reading is promoting erection of build $50,000-lin '
Monday Citywill
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t Miss Dimick; duet Missis Alva and lodge hall ana civic building. eal feet,concrete curb, on streets. and ------ --- 400,000.00

i HICHESTER S Pills Texaline'Cassady;;quartette.readl*g, * venues. Offker and Director
f : Mrs. uolo 1'ThePalms-Mr. '. (
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l ,' .:. ,. .' ..I.I.... .U..IIA".... -- M it.!t.,"quartette'- "and. .: chorus, "He :' Cool will build telephone exchange for". West Palm rescinded Palm Beach order C A. CARSON. Prest. J. M. LEE VICe FWM. '

... t.I.._.-..._.-.. := __be O 1.400'lInes. ; cost about. ...$150,000.. for ntJ'eonuniuloner.previously noted election on-March KATZ. 2>d Vic. Pl-.j

$ \: .... )fI.. Anna M.;Shrove "mother?. at St. Petersburg.-The St. Petersburg 28 to vote on 1800,000 bond for road '
: '" '.. J I Girard college for the last forty years, board of trade will expend $60,000 for construction; "wi' l meet April 6, 'and "\;?;;, r "ROMA1HOMAs. Cashier : ;{

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rn'i proviaJeaa sad the re .tIana. It "
The the l ;'Sotpih l> jiaiiwent K'A 'wj'C.a; :
i : : rftuietiEi ; : : la the: dutJ' af the: denartnient agrienltare -
.. .lalM to ProeecWte ....... KiUtug
-- 1. Them'Like KissimmeeEditor to eaferoc this law and the ofMai .
Make ,
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: QARDBIV TOR'TKIO .o ::: Many, of the prssi conunents "on" of violation
ff, ..............-v:.A............"....:........:.... '. .. .. '" '", & & ....,'. . . . _ : . .'. '.. _ fact decl.iol1''of' a the'carefully InreatUgated.
'" : y ..yyyy y..yyy.. ... . ..,.... ... .... .. ........ ... .. Valley'Ca ettei %. the that we are treading ba delicate United State, District ..and when sufficient! ....... Ulsecured !
': small'.backyard garden ' The article published In the last Uwe. 'ground-for: ara all' ready to court, rendered March 20. at Topeka, they win be reported fer )
; : seventy* of the time aa ..ibt..I': I* not advisable .. of.your.paper; requesting'ald lathe disclaim any feet.long and fifty feet wide, par to hare-a second planting of matter of: securing more winter .of any kind;'buys physician bird law -unconstitutional", ac not be'forgotten' that '.an ft' ,i'

suitable' for gardeners. In the same crop-or.a crop tourists for. Klssimmoe proper,'sug- who would'attempt'to treat ,a, case cording;the' United State department against this, .Inthe'cue fJL .
\em''dtle., has been planned "by to: follow the first: shoaled are erron.ol1. and to mislead United State la..l. subject to .+
gest the quet:7: ;, 'Are.toimstr. .. after. without diagnosing the"sus.' would ; apt prosecution ,
United' States department of agri not follow 'cauliflower. .brussels all.our greatest Modf': : *i in moat Instances make a failure!' Our the ;pablic concerning the'' real any' time within three years\ "l
.. specialist. In ,a pre viou. sprouts, mustard or kale, for many of : Desirable as U the casual visitor. It people are naturally sociably Inclined, situation In'thla matter. from the;'date the- offense- -corn.mltt.d *
a plan.was shown for a' half- the'.same diseases and insects affect The ,
seems to u* the homeseeker or rattier aany others living tinder aimUar Kanaaa decision like a former ,
a: garden; the present suggestion i* all of these crop&.- ''Tomato**, egg the-homemaker of vastly more im! condition and.circumstances! but atevel' decision to' the same effect 'in the _
for those who have not the room plants aad' ppen should not follow portance. ". .. i )' church in town when I ,nave attended eastern district of Arkansas,' U limo 1 WOODEN BEADS.. : -')
such an-extensive patch but de each other.. In the diagram this point : The problem of amusement amr en- ,' I r have'repeatedly heard the iced In its operation solely to the district .
: : -to have' of<.vegetables for has been considered in planning a succession tertainment for our winter visitors; pastor at the conclusion of the service In.which It was rendereeL-Neither .The**-who al way*.teach wood when 'f y
.. - -j, ; ,, >11 of..c.opl.' ',In some" sections seem to have been uppermost,in the ask his member to shake hand with decision setUeor unllifie the law they boas will be inclined to favor" that
. bas been made In the three or' four ,rop. a, :year can be mind ofourbould-b. booster*.. '"I the stranger and 'visitors present'amost and the exact contrary baa been bell little"'wooden* berdssemetime.>sat

seed for a bed hotbed cold the frame and grown ino other sections ,, c ps.ear.while ;:;While we'do. not underrate these,: unfortunate announcement to our by the United State Di.trict'court with toweled eyes. that are fashioned
running length of two are we, at the lame time, ,hold v to the : way of thinking, carried with it of South Dakota. :The.Arkansas case Into rtooeh wood" lucky charm They i
garden; also, for an asparagus bed all that can be grown "advantage. opinion' that these.are not-the ,only! the suggestion that our) people 'W.... bas been appealed to, and I. now pending are In the ..form "'ofpins.,watch, f oba '
a vegetables & herb bed. When a crop is harvested early in attractions.we hare to offer nor arm remiss in this regard. In, the United ,State anpreme or hatpin :They are mounted on imitation
,other are planted in the season and it 1* not practicable.; the 'principal one. Ask any melt Aa to the minister's good intentions court. The act of congres: protect 'gold; or silver bodies.and.are '
running across the' width and plant another .vegetable for two 'or regulated,i thoughtful individual what 1 there can be no question; but we can lag migratorylblyds stands effective always at hand in case you'wish, to
suggested order in which the va three month, the land may be plantedto constitute the greatest portion of human hardly imagine anything more embarrassing until the supreme court finally decide couaieract' the effect of ,yourboastIng :

kind later might appear follow and. in ls cowpeas or crimson clover. For happiness on this mundal sphere. to all concerned. the question >of .it* '' constitutionality.. . ,by .instantly touching:;wood., r
crop-might example, after a of early cabbage '. '
and fce will tell you in substance atleast Who wants to be shaken hand with r
herewith.radishes followed it may not be desirable to plant that a comfortable home in 'an : by some one who i* publicly told to = = -
by celery. another vegetable crop until late summer equable climate peaceful surroundings do se?' None of that for please.How .
our. :
followed by celery. In this it wouldbe . .
or autumn. ease -
and school far outweigh all the much better would it trove been ; :
followed t>y celery. desirable to sow cowpeas or crimson pleasure to. be derived, from amuse for him to have said to the
followed by kale. clover to be turned,under in strangers: All Aboafd
followed by kale. for} the fall crop. preparation ments merely. We desire that you remain our folr:: Stetson H

.--early varieties followed by We have heard repeatedly during people want to meet you and to make -
cabbage. Rotation of Crop the winter just past, the question: your acquaintance. *{' 1

*-late varieties followed by Rotation of crops is a* important in Why' do people go to St. Cloud whenwe Could it be possible that the pastorwas Think! Nine wee ce.board, rooat/and' tnlUon for $39. 'Ifarri'si.; ,
cabbage., crowing vegetables as in growing field nave so many more convenience too conscious or felt unauthorisedto Jane 1. Student who cannot enter at the start may enter later;' ,
followed by fall potatoes. crop., and the same principle* can be and attractions here in Kissimmee TAI put the. invitation in the latter even for a week-and pay .... Review courses fee teachera esa....-' d

l followed by applied. Crop rotation is Important to the conveniences this 1* un- form tlona June 8 by Snot. Sheata., II'. Stetsow., 'That! tell the .story., .
kohl-rabi followed by in checking diseases and Insects and in doubtedly true. The attractions are Now this weakness or characteristic Writ for more particular ' ,
potatoes. keeping the soil in good condition. another question. at which we are 'hinting is not :

followed by Where disease are very severe the! First we must remember St. Cloudis peculiar to Kissimmee nor to KIs im- ADDRESS >; ; ;
llants. followed by same crop should not be planted continuously an' entirely new town; practicallyall mee pastors, but is as old as humanity
h. peppers on the same area. 'Rotation of its citizen are newcomers and itself. Whether it can be cured is a Stetson DeLandj\ Florida i i
followed by turnips. of crops is one of the safeguards naturally has no one claiming any question. We believe. it can be amel University; ; : .

or squash followed by against soil\ infection. vested rights, socially, politically or iorated. -'
Both the plan for the small back- religiously. We have lived in enough towns

potatoes followed by fall yard given herewith and a plan for a If Kissimmee is free from any ten- new and old, to know something of .. -
*. half-acre garden previously describedin dencies of this nature it is the first what we are writing about. -;

corn followed by fall pea*. this series are Shown in the new town that has existed for twenty-five A hint to the wise ought to be sufficient w
the above plan the first two farmers' bulletin (No. 647) entitled years that has escaped. We appreciate OBSERVER. : '
devoted to lettuce and "The Home Garden in the Sooth' ./t wi'cryyou: ',
are one to radishes the two to be which can be had by applying to the
crops United States Department of Agriculture 0000000. o.oeo ..oOOOOOOOOOOO
by celery. The next O O 0
D. C. buy air'
rows are devoted to onions from ./ UNION CENTER. 0 FACTS AND FIGURES .
sown in place are and to be fol > 0 FOR CITRUS GROWERS OO

later by celery. 00000.00..0000..000.00.... 0 New / :
next two rows are devoted to .. pitfil: /!
to be followed later by celery CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORThis Both the morning and evening ser .OOOOOO..OOOOOOOOOO.O.OEditor 1 + r4

the next two rows are devoted vices were well attended Sunday. The Valley Gazette: ,
to be followed in the au school house was made unusually '
I have been a resident Floridafor
by kale. The next three rows bright by many beautiful flowers and + .
to be devoted to garden beets is the greeting sent last weekto ferns most of them being brought by thirty-one years and I have always "
the State Press association convening will be contended that the citrus grower ''
in succession and followed in Mrs. Wetherbee. There services Y
of kale. in Miami: "For the editors, the each night this week. could not build up a grove and main- tl4v
autumn by a crop
next two rows which are three editors of daily papers and weekly Mr. and Mrs. McClain moved into tain it in the proper shape unless he
are to be devoted to early papers and all kinds of publications their new cottage last Thursday. realized at least $1.00 per box for "it'U _
apart '
of peas the first sown about in our state; great is the power of the These splendid young people alre.dynumber his fruit on the tree. This year when I
before the second row and press, either for (good or evil in silently their friends by their acquaintances the.returns are all in you will find )

the are removed the land but surely influencing the peo- and we are to be congratulatedin that the grower has received about I \Vq .
I'A be devoted crops to autumn cabbage. ple who live as near or farther away having them permanently located in forty cents perbox.. Now what has I r. ";1' f ,
additional rows are to be sown to 'neighbors.' When the great day of our community. been the matter Not overproduction "

peas planted in the same order reckoning comes which the Bible says Rev. Chapman was the guest of Mr. not the European war, but the
first and followed by autumn Is coming my desire for you--co- Spreng and wife Sunday at pea patch adjoins three laborers and friends is that you will Albert Geerdes visited at the Jeff The way of preparing the crop andmarketing h','' ,
devoted to beans which.-are to then realize fully as cannot be done Barber home Sunday.Mrs. it now is the costliest ever )

by autumn potatoes. The now, the good that has been accom- Story and Aaron called oh known. Here has been the conditionthe ,

two rows are devoted to cabbage plished in your routine of editoriallife. Mrs. Harvey Sunday afternoon.Mr. growers have been up against this

.. in the autumn by potatoes. And that this good will hide Turner and daughter, Miss Hattie winter. Mr. Talkwell from up north
next row is devoted to cauli\ all the defects of 'mortal man; because were guests of Mr. Lawson and conceived the idea that he would come

( or kohl-rabi to be followed in your helpful words in 'printers' family last Sunday. to Florida and solicit fruit for some .
autumn by potatoes. The next ink' were very many and lour mistakes Evelyn Smith spent a pleasant day commission house. 'Solicit has been k '

rows are devoted to tomatoes tied correspondingly few. with Nellie Wetherbee Thursday. plan; very few sold outright on .s-- Mfr -. .
and after.the tomatoes have Things are going finely for the state Fred Harvey visited in OrlandoSaturday thee trees. io ..... "x .4

harvested the land is, sown in convention boosters in Jacksonvilleand and Sunday. What's the at Well the first thing Mr. Talkwell o', :., t':' ,
next row 1* devoted they hope to have 160 out-of- traction Freddie? ... <
. The did when he got here was to get himan "
.. ; to eggplants and partly to pep- town delegates. Remember'entertain*, Bessie Lawson is visiting homefolks auto and one of the native boy HOW WILL IT PAY YOU? "' :_ -

.I to be followed later in the season ment is free and the welcome warm. for a few days. She will return to to pilot him around and land trade. THEY ARE BUILT STRONG AND ,WILL' L t ST A' ,
State President D. B. Curry, She will be .
which is her school next
The next *
spinach. row
where he could. Well he would ride .
if sister LONG TIME.'i*:. .;*.
is Hrot- box $918 Jacksonville you are com- accompanied by her Janette. -
; : feet from the eggplants out to Smith' farm have talk with
cucumbers to be followed after ing. We want those who will go home Nellie! Wetherbee and Evelyn Smith a THEY RUN EASY AND DO .MORE LAND' BETTER ,
and C. E. work well as those Mr and Mrs Mc Mr ; tell.him he represented ..
cucumber are harvested by an start a* called on Funk WORK WITH LESS LABOR. J ,
Mr. Johnson of St., Louis, who is all
\ crop of turnips. who represent work' already com- Clain Thursday afternoon. O. K. and prepared to get yon better; THEY DO NOT GET OUT OF ORDER.-: "
next row i* eight feet from the menced. Mr. and Mr*. Wetherbee visited ./
prices than any one else, but you must YOU GET LARGER AND BETTER: CROPS BECAUSE ; :
i. devoted to musky An' .pPe.I,three-fold for fund was their son, Will and family Thursday, > .
T29 squashes, followed.bytur-; made by "Secretory Grace" recently; and found little Ethel Wetherbee have your stuff washed so that it will YOUR GROUND IS BETTER PREPARED/ ., !;
'or. societies which should an. ill with the and show up the best. 114 land the crop. THEY HAVE ''
in' the autumn.The next Then what happen next i ,
nual 'doe and had not yet; for societies lagripp .
are devoted to..early potatoes ATTACHMENTS. .f.' ; ;
Now we' are going .to 'show Ton :
but lately organized "take-up '
bean and
by' autumn sown vTHEY ARE AN INVESTMENT SIB'' < ,'
next three. row are given over collection"\ gift.for the'&Ule"and WHITE! MAN WITH'DLACK'UVER'The where the cost 'come First to pick !. ., *
corn planted one row each friends in Christian Endeavor to personally Liver Is-: a 'blood purifier:' It haul wash and pack cost sixty centsper I. RETURNS.. '. ." ,." -: / "' ':,IIi/t/ ,.:., "
bor.We will take a' of 300 '
out. In the latter di- car / ti
I "help
after the proper season for was thought at one t'me It was the "' ,
has arrived and to be follow vision two prompt responses came to seat of the passion "The troub'e boxes. That would be$180, .We will f -" 'j:

the autumn by peas Treasurer Cavanagh. They were Mrs. with most people that their Liver say the freight is fifty cents per box W. B. Makinson Co. Phone 123 x i :, '

the distance between the Allison of Palma Sola and Rev. Mrs. becomes black because of Impurities $160.00. We will put the price they ,I"' "," < .
The latteris sell at box would be :: } I
$2.00 $600.
is less than two feet, hand-cul Nutting Crystal Springs. in the blood due to bad physical per ;
with a wheel hoe is contem- Quiet Hour leader for S. W. dis- states causing kJlousness Headache The commission- gets 10 per cent., .

If a hand cultivator .or a trict and Mrs. Allison junior superintendent D'sziness and Constlpat'on. Dr.King's $60. Mr. Talkwell gets a brokerageof H :.
the for this same largest divis- 10 cent., $60.00 making $460
hoe is not available rows Life Pills will clean per .
New '
r- be at least two feet apart to ion of the state union. the and give new life 2 up 6c and leaving $160 less than the packing t ... "
Liver you
I sufficient spice for the horse Annual report blanks have been house man got by $30 the same '
Straight lines should be sent by the state workers junior at your Druggist.A that the railroad got and less bV $30 ARE YOU GOING .TO START ANEWSPAPER'', ?:

I' no matter what t method of superintendent, Mrs. Jackson and secretary DRESSMAKING HINT. than the brokerage and commissionman :;
in Interlachen. Responses were .
is used. got. The grower was twelvemonths J "
course the plan is only sugges asked for by April 1. Upon such When making a waist reinforce it at work pruning fertilising "
and each grower will have to promptness depends annual reports to under the arms with large pieces of plowing and hoeing. The brokerage IF SO WRITE US ABOUT 'EQUIPMENT. ..
I additional plans to suit his the Jacksonville convention. We hopeto the same material tacking these in man wa two hours the commissionman -

conditions. Among the things hear from every society in our so a* to conceal the stitches. When one hour the packing house man ,W..Hare. 'All Kindt f,o .{:y": ;.. '

I'.a particularly must be considered union. the silk begin to wear it Is easily one half day and the railroad car four + 4
Please remember those who ,eac yo Ra!'+' .YM,.. } ,..... t-; '
f specific case is the location prom- darned to the underpiece without be- day. in transit. Now tell me who got :
.prden. In this connection the ised Mr. Lehmann when here to send ing noticed. the least for his labor This condi-

of the proximity the house .. him money for the headquarter'* fund tion i* going to continue so long a* PRINTING. MACHINERY
l be. given first consideration. that such obligations should be met the grower will submit to it
the work of caring for the garden by May 1, or earlier than that if possible Gentlemen can harvest
direct to him No. 81 you your .. .j. /
in spare time the lo sending} crop, market it and save 60 per cent '>.. >" : ': '. ;' # ,
selected Mount Vernon street, Boston insteadof "
'. should be aa near the of the cost and realize 26 per cent ,
r':; The slope and type via our own state treasurer. was .. '
a* possible. 07 1 for fruit but ''' '
more must L ;
your you :; \
done earlier in the by the societies
should be the next considera year \ .,II
make minds to do the work :
up your
dollars in '
I A to the south or south giving five pledge. '
slope .
because All new subscriptions and renewal. of preps ins and selling the crop : t
1 I. usually preferable' i
the soil warm up early in the for "Christian Endeavor World," instead s yourself.How .FOB' SALE' ,; .,
farmers their .
of being sent direct to.Boston, many own p.ckIng' ;
which permits early planting house and do their : ., :, "
own packing
stimulate the early growth of should go by way of our state junior l 1
: Practically any type of soil ueprintendent, Mrs & L. Jackson, without the supervision of some one ft" f. .,.
228 S. Palmetto street. Daytona who represent some commission .. k1 ( "
can be used for the garden but. a The L. Q ;. .: < r: ti.ip. e',1 1 pee* 1 ar' '\,. x1: .' g' ,
i be which will aid:her in- effort she I I. house T fruit you have to throw II. - -rOB ; ; # : j
loam to preferred. ? '
,: sandy Good drainage I*,of Import- making to represent Florida at the Sooth Atlantic ''u.itif out very often i* worth u much a* .:cess el 1M;. oliaatiea e/ the VaBey: Caxette" aajOtceela .... a'f

"; ance. The land should have sufficientfall international convention subscriptions COMFORT the price you get for the good stuff. J..... we.tan'aa.rpl.s alt pig fHaery';, W.. .,
-Solid .Uuoofa steel. eleetrle'HffcUdi o .
fare. Everything i. done to loss to
counting towards railroad a you
drain off surplus water: during far f.D.wl. ; ,. ,
traial' ebssrvaUsei and Mali tits > GRACE A. TOWNSEND. Just to cater 'to the commission man .. ...... .. : + a
heavy rains, but the fall should not . .4'< ".J ,'J 11: t" -! If.. ., ,
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Interlachen March 80.ADVERTISED ; north. Ten cents extra for wash
he to wash the..soil. .If .----aD up
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.. teals.COflvFJriENcELava l .
''t x' the land near the house i* level artificialdrainage LETTERS. inc Is one thing and throwing out ofeverything' 1 Interlope,. Typesetting:'Machine. ; -
Iaek eevlli. that baa the least blemish
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" Open ditches or tile drains will be satisfactory. Kissimmee -FlaApril 8, 1915. every evteinl at 816; arrives Qnciauti I* another thing: that work hardship :PrattkaIly N.w--E, tra Mn-> I ,, .

d .. On level land that i* notartificially Advertised list, for the two week and J..ulariUel. next. _evening! on the grower. By-the consent of the .
.. pII few editor will in next week's issue Bookdjobs"C a mpbell
to T
drained it i I. necessary 1916 try Pre
ending April 19. : i I boars later connection ..the.Jadiau. 1 -, l
in'bed' to prevent prompt to show you how to market 1
1 plant on ridge or Bale. Bobti Carter Mrs. Mattie; .. M>"" and Ohio points. your crop .. d
pdrowning, the crop during wet weath. Dennard. ChristiansDavies, Miss |: at. a profit to yourself. TU ......... It I lugs emet lt.1 er"'*ix: cahuaa'qaarto c
The beds be a* Kate Other'Fine ... .
er. ridge or will Odella ladley"Miss ; Ivey Miss Hire Trains G. B. :WOOI1 LL. 'j< ' "
> wide and flat a* condition allow, Christine; Jackson. Miss Alice; Jones, DIXIE -Futat and finestto i

for narrow, sharp ridge' dry outs Will; Parsons, Miss Pearl; Reese E.; Grand U.M1TED. Louis. MAN TAKES HIS OWN MKDICHfX.. 1 No. ,5 'Boston: WireStitcher/ : ; J {New)'

.quickly. Robert Mr. and Mrs. Bob.; Studebaker : -Year round solid 18 AN OPTIMIST' , ) J. ) -- ,
Succession Crop 30sephL; Smith. Peter' Smith, through train for Chicago .and Inter J. .
u In' planning the location of cropa.eonsid'eration Mrs.; Nellie Vant E. A.: Wallace medLtetw Into'MONTGOMERT'LtOUiE' 1 33-inch. ; \:Diamond 'Paper: 'CutternOne'Jobber :
should be given to the Mrs. JlmmietWsdsworth'b.,L; Wilson EXPRESS He his absolute faith in his medicine .

.. "matter of succession, in order that the O.-A.- . Through sleeper and dialog car servicefor -he ..known when he take. It for f

:,may;be occupied a* large-a partRUBMYTISM ;.f SIMPSON..Postmaster.. 8U Louis daily all the year. ' I certain'aUmente he get relief, People 8x12'C."P.; : '

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A .- a Tin: the house that beautiful to the TkM a*a ttk.a,tr..ale4 thOT,( .kick f( rd...tM wars......,' aa Irritating Cold are op- i- aweal..i..; iier'.acMaes sad, ...t'i of;.sale,'yei' 1 f 4uaed

external-eye, there must ever'be Corners tiw..41.1l.l.r..a.a'etas.. wif..r vrita, Mmists-i-they'know'this couch.rem i .. say fl tae ab.tearrfts.f". ,.. w-L._..... .. .. r rq
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c tI": NilE .cqitJ:: $.% ROWER'S; 'P OBI\ EMS i ,1-fe .''iro''" :;.] A :BIG;TIME :IN: .iARI:t .Variety 5-V ,"'''is"al p"'flXiG" .most. port'Uf. UP V"(*ar'b:..*. ;"VS.-A..,arranging r.--:..a 3endu$1'," : \\1-' ' ,:. 'iaur", : i1.ri ....,.I: : ",

, ... ., .. at. ., ;)ly...... ....G'Pr..s: ,lt J J.II' I GCTytEAtlELPJ. "" ::' "weekly menus. BeeC.may be Orderst ,,1 : .
I Entertalnm.nt'Centmlt.tee one time'served: a. apot roast on.other : t .J 'r.i
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We a..*jijjrwf:> *s nda "ut.terlyisnVlh well mt cllrnae conditions allow. We KeY,; 'Powell Tells How 'He. Found Working-pay And'',Night' time arK n roast Gravies. should .. "
*'>apywting that has over may have continuous rains add get .New Strength to (Jlv, UrIlla.Labor To" MakeArranoetnents. bar1 cooked iniaa-'great a ..arlety'of1' *--" f.a.r
fruit, but havehad just such ' as the likes of the family admit. '
k5t tef?* *" the- citrus industry, soft we *. Complete' BEAMS
4 fc etteeuseion' when the full amountof'potash Vegetable are',always. to.' be 'bad .In
of how best to meet results '
.Jt y.'I. Powell:ofStatesboro'Ga: -. variety-and be(cooked .In 1. ,O AJDIBL .
It.njisjrbe. of ben.l t., was applied." Potash is only one treat may ,
'' suffered from stomach; troubles ad seriously _Tampa F.IL. April 8.-There is a big more than' Of it 'is .
." It H well take' factor in tissue building., ways one.: -couree .ANGLES..AJfD I.r -.,
always ,, to Inventory '
r that-they affected his time In store for those.who' attend not wise to'insist on dishes that are .
of groW.. has I
to. clock hand basis The of ALL 811A1"E8noI w
on as a upon ; owner young r d1
struggled on under the handi not liked for tbe'sakeof'vai4ety tA
;w' Ith:to ;work.; Ours:would, read. asyy" .ogreat-.potash reserve, but.h.t. .. best He couldhardly realitlng, Iu... meethia:'or the Florida State HorUcultoral > /simply,, .- .' . . ,
;Mo".a::: well situated, for the young tree can cap Society! in -Tamp. beginningnext There' : '' well. .
perhaps, just how 'much.his sicknesswas I 1 is -delight eating. ..
y'v'ary littl'money. get on with "'.1'7'' little potash.up tobearing hurting.him. Tuesday flight. ., .. served food.- .Hence study the little ':,\ : ': .ER'PL&TIB) :

I > M >Limited supply ofTpotash,' and that age. In fact, never should be. One day he learned of Mayrs Wonderful The entertainment mmJU... Is goIng details that tend to rive neatness and ';,I i TANK STEEL .'

t 'at exorbitant price I I, given the regular- fruit and vine for.mules Remedy H. took the first dose to hire a whole",theatrical/troop, effect in'serving. 'A. bouquet of"cut ; ::OALVANIZHD"; ', '
Fine,erlfty groves needing good until a big bearing. surface. has -then decided to take the full treaU and a free matinee will be given of flowers or a growing plant gives a bit ,h '
,cars' too produce. our next year's In.Dome. been secured. ment. H. wrote: "Stop Thief;" which is a screaming of gaiety to the meaL: ;COPPER AND, ;l' l
..' -' Ammonia is the growing power, and ,.
"Since using the six: bottles of your comedy, a laugh minute. 2INC7: 8IIBKTS; ,
,It '''IftaT'Mem "unduly"optimistic toaaythe while both phosphoric; acid and potash wonderful remedy I feel like another All during the every meeting vaudeville It I. claimed that the high school I., -'t'- A.imess, ,r , M.
first two items, though annoying are essential In all plant development man. 'It has been quite a wonder tome ffirls in Washington. D. C.; wear I '
and Inconvenient, are really of an excuse tends to restrict growth by to know how one could have a stunts, fancy dancers and'moving ple- dresses more fashionable and expensive BODS y
little Importance, but let us consider: hardening the tissues. On young trees stomach disease like mine and live and turn will be introduced. than are ordinarily worn at the '" STAY DOLTS'STRUCTURAL
them.. . .j I would use for this season about 2 1-2 do the work I did. ;I just escaped the The entertainment committee is negotiating fashionable colleges. .
,We are all old"enough to have learned per cent. potash. This will carry them operating table. to bur out the moving picture ,
i j.batl1o phase of life is one continuous along all right and additional potash "Now I can eat what I please andit theaters which will be tree to the IRON,WOIUC t '

,,path of roses and should be can be applied when market conditions doesn't hurt me night or day." visiting guests and .. soon as one OF ALL KINDS -
able to make our way over occasional are more favorable.The Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives form of entertainment is settled the
K other fertilizer ingredients permanent results for stomach liver 1
roughplaces with a cheerful acceptance committee looks about for "more fun" ALL HARD WOODS 1,
.W ,of the "needs of the hour" givIng should be kept up to normal percentage and intestinal ailments. Eat as much
; no place either to rebellion or 4 per cent.. ammonia for bearing and whatever you like. No more dis- for the city's guests. -
tress after eating, pressure of in The tact that this committee has LAUNCHES I u
for I fras
despair. trees: and about (f> per cent. young REAL ESTATE
"' the stomach and around the heart.Get secured the lowest railroad rates ever
, Lack of memory could not come to' trees and the usual G per cent phos- .. DORIES AND
..' us in .a way that meant less in its phoric acid, for, remember, war- .. one bottle of your druggist now given to one of these meetings Is evidence aNNNNINSURANCE m* % SKIFFS .1
'[effect on our future. Our trees borerood not planning for our trees to get different and try it on an absolute guaranteeif that they are going to try to''
; crops of good fruit, and there supplies than usual, but, instead - not satisfactory money will be outdo every other place In the matter BUILT TO .-

j: Was no over-production for a normal that they fret some of the potash returned. I of entertainment. Examination of Titles a ORDERIMMLKRS 1 4

market. The condition was not at all from the soil. Since nmmonia is the The program, as recently published AND

that we couldn't produce the fruit, or creative factor any decrease in am- OO OOOO. O O OOOOOOO is full of rood thing. and every grow. Specialty. TANKS BUILT TO
that the people didn't want it, but monia will decrease the activities of 4 0
that attends will learn much about
Imply that the widespread financial he tree. f
citrus fruit trowing and all those sub- .c
i i depression brought expenditures down To insure best results in any formof y CorresDondence Solicited. FCMTS FOR ALL : .rPURIi'09s
to minimum and and soil conditionsmust OOO.OOOO..O..OOO.O... !pets every progressive grower should '
a oranges grapefruit grove management 1
,( however healthful) and enjoy- he given prompt attention. Whenwe This Is a question which managers know. COMPETENT FORCB I 4
t able, are less essential than bread and consider the beautiful supply of lof Young Women's Christian associa- For (the wives and daughters of the FOR ROAD WORK ...:
'meat. limestone right here in the state which tions in different parts of the country growers a ball will be given at the LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEY ,,.I'
In fact our troubles are not vital. gives us the best of all basic materialat have answered in different ways. In a Tampa Bay, another free entertainment AT ALL .TIMESJACKSONVILLE. : .
The root does not lie in the citrus industry minimum cost, it is pitiful that so New England city they have decided ), and it has been announced that I'
I or in Florida, but in the world many of our groves are actually suffering that a woman ceases to be young at ': evening dress will not be necessary. AT LAWSPECIALIZING '

r at large' and the most pessimistic can from soil acidity. the age of thirty-five, and must give Tampa business firms are sparingno .
I hardly claim that business of all kinds The greatest need of the greatest up those privileges in the association expense in getting our elaborate :_
.is to remain paralysed for all time to number of citrus groves in the state buildings enjoyed by active members.In souvenir gifts. In fact .111
Come. The world adjusts itself; the today is lime. It is so cheap and so the absence of further evidenceit everyone IN >
suspense of the past few months can neasily obtained it is given little heed may be assumed for the sake of seems to he working to make the entertainment j
be only temporary. Whatever changes while people are struggling to get those above the limit that the man- of the visitors complete FLORIDA e s

may take place business must soon some high-priced fertilizer to bring agers think that a woman of thirty- ABSTRACTAND
tart again, and in whatever form this about the same results. If you have five has reached the age of discretion )I .i
Ji awakening comes there will be money not limed your grove during the past and no longer needs the motherly over According to statistics compiled by Cores Old Sons, Other.....*..'. dm. :
to buy the fruit and our trees are three or four years and do not havea sight which they give to the less the chief of compulsory education in The,worat, cam,'how lomg.... -_ .g

't With us ready to provide. that fruit marl subsoil, it is safe to saw that mature. Philadelphia, only 467 girls are classi- are Porter-i cured Aatlwptic by eke wonderful HtllnOil.old. rcllabl. Da +'1
; to sell. your grove needs liming. The time to The necessity of fixing an age for fied as chronic truants as against 5,048 TITLE WORK Palm and)I.,... at the a .n.tams tee It SOc relieves HM II.:,,

So I repeat, the Important item is lime is just as soon as you can get the administrative purposes does not, however boys. . :
settle the question when a wom- --- .
"Fine thrifty groves needing good lime on. Use ground limestone at the - - - -- -- -
J care to produce our next year's inCome rate of two or three tons per acre. an passes the boundary beyond which OO..OOooooo.oooOOO O.OOO' OCOOO.OOOOOO..OOOO.t.0000060.000000.00000000..0...... .:
x ;" but in considering that care, Buy it in bulk, car lots, minimum fifteen she may no longer be called young. \

j. the second item presents itself since tons. If you ran't use fifteen tons I'matter But what of is years youth or anyway of experience? Is it or a friend Tourists ; | i SEED

t we have always counted potash as (jet a neighbor to join you. Harrow of of view ? knows
point Every
most in the the lime in it too one Be independent. Own
important developing ; plowing{ puts deep. your J [
women of sixty who are no wiser than
fruit. Don't let lime and fertilizer home when do .
containing fifteen-year-old girls in their outlook you ran so practically FOR SPRING PLANTING
i' The fact that we have been so gen sulphate of ammonia or organic i on the serious problems of life, and the same as paying rent.
emus in this respect will now stand matter come in contact above girls of eighteen are often better See if something in this list
us in good stead. There is ho question ground. Lime sets the ammonia fre<'. tiualified to burdens appeals to you. ,
assume responsible Full line of new seeds of all kinds.
among those who have closely Keep a good mulch around yourtrees than women of thirty-eight. Yet A flve-reom pl..tered colt.gc, crop

Studied the needs<< of plant life and and a goal green cover in the in spite of this, there is somethingnuiijHa / good nelirhlxtrhoodSaimll 1..0...od deep good".U,..Rood...... We can supply your wants. Write for new catalogue. 'w
4, know our methods of fertilization but middle all through the hot summer. ] about the word youth which 1 ...... payment Had *12 per
that have used than If drouth the month off Lttatlre;: p.rrba.e .
we more potash comes on mow cover makes every woman and many men reluctant KILGORE SEED COMPANYPLANT
:' Was necessary to obtain the result crop and leave broadcast. This conserves to admit that the sun has set A ."price-roo..only h.fu M,24rO._. 1OO foot lot.
L sought. Though our soil cannot store moisture by checking both on that glorious time, and that theyare flowing well *HOO *IM cask, elseper CITY FLORIDA.
a so large a quantity of potash as clay transpiration and evaporation. in the twilight zone that precedes .h.
A flTrJoi. h....., ..,.114I. -4111
-7 lands, and has naturally no potash Spray your grove thoroughly and eaaler p..t.A .
.' '.: content, it is certain that in all bearing by right schedule so as to get full age.Women always elights to think herself A '..- avan>..... .0...* bat tSYIa
1 groves there is a reserve of potash returns for your investment. Insects young and attractive to the eye, ..d weld water, one. of the beat bthe
vlty. A.k boat 14A ; ,
4o, 't' upon which we can draw this cause you more loss than you realize. and so long as she does not think it .eve.n-roeHi. !...... with one* ekw
..... season.A When "hard times" bear on you, she delays the fatal day when age two or are iota A decided h.r- /
soil may well be likened to a think how little the loss of a crop shall overtake her. Some of them are gal.. ..._
.. bank. Generally speaking, we shoulc: ',, would seem if you were now viewing so successful that they die young at location Two bo.rdlaa..._.. In good What About Your
i add to its stores rather than draw ,, dead trees instead of the flourishing the age of seventy, with none of their Eighty aetre lad. .mlaiipiroT'edelooo Insurance?
:: Upon them, but if one dollar would I groves that are on every hand readyto bouyant joy in life abated. Him to hniBdred railroad amd, 92S farts per *er_*.

) t: take the place of three dollars this. do their part toward another year's real >Ptt.... land at 92O per aer*.
y r year and we had every reason to feel prosperity. i KIT .aad te.waer tracts fn17B .- No matter. what 709 may want in the way of Insurance, I can
4- lad for .t. supply it I make a specialty of Indemnity and Fidelity Bonds Life
next year, I am sure any one of us be far worse; so keep up good cour- Wedding Announcements aFire

r \' would: consider it good business policy I, age and protect your interests for the EntravinlV/.or!' Specialty MRS. SUMMERS Accident; Health and Tourist Insurance. r
? ,)4 :'to break-into even our most exclusive better times that are sure to come. I Guaranteed em ....... atone kiock went .
savings account. Send for Vices( and Samples, ., C1,.... A....... (Vi,..... the Siv Courteous and prompt attention, BO matter low. .-
," '> It Is_ with this idea that I would AVIK/LK FAMILY DKI'KNDKNT "LEIS laooMta. ...o went. of eomrthooaa I.*"- large or how mall an amount yea wish.. ." .';
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advise. as a matter of wise economya .. xr-.'
'. lowering of optash content in the Mr. E. Williams, Hamilton, Ohio, V .000..00..0..00..000. .... ; ".r, : ;. ? ... ;f'
coming lummer'application of fertili writes: "Our whole family depend CARSQN FAnf'En] "
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'' ? 'ser., I would not use over 6 to 8 per on-Pine-Tar-Honey." Maybe someone :: : : . ; ,

.- 'leent.;.aDd feel sure that for .this'lea in your family has a severe Cold ,r J ;, GENERAL",.INSURANCE.YELLOW .:: '".. :. ,' .,,: :.. '
'.tIon.\h., fruit would develop just, as perhaps It is the baby The original I > : 'Z3G:3't: : : -'. '; ,.j. ( '.
'Phone : "
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Dr. Bell's line-Tar-Honey is an ] A. > ... ,) _...

.' Honey penetrates the linings of the

t *: PHySiCIANS FAILED-WON- Throat and Lungs, destroys the .1'
,, Germs and allows Nature to act. At
your druggist 26c. I
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'r-* ,. I wish to Inform you of the great' 0 COTTON IN ORGANDY. 4
'benefit I have derived from the use of I 4 4 ,
y <'* .Swamp-Root I had been a sufferer 4000000.0 OOOOOOOOOO
v a for more than twenty years from kid- I New Owners -- New Management -- .
Cotton dress goods in organdy stylesare .
4v !ney and liver trouble and was almost -WE HAVE IT !
> constantly treated by the most eml- being offered. At first glance ; .
r; pent physicians who could only give many will be deceived into thinking ; ...
friends of the I
these materials are old
me temporary relief. I had been in
r.w t.. ., bed ten weeks when I began the use cross-barred and stripe muslin class EVEQYTHING-
'' colored and printed in organdy de-
of.Swamp-Root Inside of
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". not fin- I. connection with oar Hardware line we carry a complete
r These new organdies are
-,7 :[use greatly'Swamp-Root.benefited.until I continued I had used to sevAeral use- .shed as are the French goods, to l Krio of furniture.. We make a specialty of outfitting homos, and A

np! bottles when I really. felt that my which we have been accustomed durIng handle reliable TO BUILD YOUR HOUSE l
..old trouble was completely cured andI the last few years but they' are ,
.rt that suffer.Ming most attractive and practical.
am positive any
with kidney. or liver trouble can cotton Voiles crepes are in, and-let great favor me,whisper.. well as it Bed Room Furniture Dining ?!

:prepares'; softly) -grenadine woven muslin. 3
of Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Par- HAVE ITWe
I.\I am now in the beat of health better Th. general appearance cotton ....
. > than I have been for ten years or good. causes one who is informed to .
,I' lor Odd Rockers
ealixa have resurrected the vogues Chairs ;
(more. I do not know how to we
: express are fully equipped and manufacture all grades of lumber
o .* of the fifties and are "in" for -rough
-f I desire
;. myself as strongly as -
l'" j '\ 'vor of Dr.'Xllm.rSm -Root Asa I Calico effects. of fine Couches, Etc.This and dressed-Ceding, Flooring Siding Doors, Sash, Shingles, Laths .
The allover trailing designs I !
-t lam .ure that it_saved life and
at "Jthat/IDY/ good health is my due entirely pointed leaf and line in one' color ef- Window and Door Frames, Moulding ad kinds, Framing dressed and .!

:: 'to! this great remedy I heartily rec- Sects distinguishes many 9f the ,-new .
i'R' pomma: It' to'every sufferer and am printed crepes. They are exactly like store Is making a record for Itself in the matter of rough. Cypress Lumber. We also carry a complete line of Brick, Lime, .

r-confident they can be benefited as Ipiave the calico designs which usually 'dec outfit ... Come and .... Our prices Cement
.' : been. It'Is a pleasure'for me, orate the material of humbl. station him people to 0. are Paints, Varnishes and Glue We are able.. to furnish yon 'i",
y ('gentlemen,' fa..' 'hand you this recom- with the as Is colors used repeating for calico.thitsame_ . ."'JIIaia. for your house or yoarbam, from ground to neE.I .
TOendation.' ;- MRS.H. J. PRICE.
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:f delicate shades of. buff,
One sees
Center St Ohio.
r.2' !,i 1406 v" Portsmouth '

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J \ ties 1. .Price,' .j...ho.. subscribed the above In silks, despite the taffeta vogue ." ENGINEERSi I for Free Estimate -

I ... .)?t' :Statement ,and made oath that thee the smart fabricswill. b. "..printedcrepe I 3
', T: is true in substance and in fact.W'i do chine. what Had have Gas
:A#!* :eame' .. CALVERT. In every' case' the material white .. No matter an Engine yea -- Steam
:ii; ..:.. : j",B. A.. printed-with variation-of+ Railroad Stationary Engine have exactly the Tools
- -- >:f' % ....Rotary Public. ;. or cream or -we jo*
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,,Zj s5ft' r - .ii..j. colorings which duplicate- the designs ;need .in your everyday work-Wrenches, Hammers, Oilers, etc.. Wo tell be glad to give you Prices and Estimates FREE. Contractors
. . block which distinguished
the old
I t. ", .Klliaor* Co.-, I old English, Belgian' and all of the- best quality and workmanship and at prices that will estimates OB house bills receive prompt attention.
t I tla lia.t.., N. V. 1:, chlnti This has the of
tiff French designs. surprise yen. store reputation handling only'

.4' '" Wh" t' 'Bwamp Robt". Will Dow 'Ten thousand women are being add- hardware that is of superior quality and yes will make .. mistake 6
,1'" -7r For YOOA ed to.the colleges every year.. hi coming hero NOW and inspecting rxr .Hg. stock.
reel y.t 'Se'ncher(:anti to; nr"Kilmer: & Co.. Yellow .PinelurnberCo. > fer

.}C.w'' B t mton.'-tf*Tff for. -sample sis How';,To:OTTO Quinine To.:Cblldroa.traartrtnt o > |

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''wUl also receive a booklet of. ;valuable SuminoioJ Qoiala. 'IUaTaot l u8rrap.plc.a. r .
laTfon anon about.the kidneys and vTto rko .d4oM mot 4Jatwb tbo atomaeh.Cbhdna ., P iinc'i9SYi, : :Aa j/nme, Fla. '

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Serial No.'.44J7. C. I r *.Iklstrite PROCEEDINGS, OF' Mrs. )t. V. Sears rent a.b, No.'i r.*iKiss. Rt\AA I '
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,1 j ....arta e*t .t,"*fce later!**., 1r. J 1919.In' ,Tel. C tl..plon. sOb .
, No. No$1.50, . .. i.- 113c. i -
....IX &,and Office at evlil.Ya., the' matter' of B.. Cole .Bank Live Oak $1* PI1CN 'stB
Advertisements _rcb 11. UII. '. rupt. . H THE.SCHOOL BOARD .1. 'ow..1 .a. .* .*. II.'. ; :
That i tOI
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: Notice hereby given John W. ,!. the Halter .( rll.1"1- Telephone lit < 'it ,
L\Plant1atr'.I"\ ,
Campbell, of Loughman .. : '
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-. 111'111111111.1: I .II.I 111111MOTfC.0. on February 1*.. 110. .:: Oat this Srd ..A. D. IIII,1 W. Makinson,, .11.
Entry No. 06487, for NB) 1-4 of SB 1-. on reading the da. It I* I "i' .
and .SE 1-. of NB1-4. section SI township ordered by the to..oln"-p.UUo. .: ,'KI..lm. .. plo, April .. 1911.' sch. No.'l .o o... ...... .o.... 2.11O.oeola T'"I.

,\ SI South, range 17 East be had upon the earns on the ltd day c The Public Inetructlon met H.w.00. .aupr" .
; ,Notice U b..b.II'I..n. that 'a"meet- Meridian, hae tied notice of Inten of May. AT D.. 1111 before said court In Bd, there being preeont _I . ; No. SO. i F.'TWHD \ ,
nlaf the stockholder* of The Water tlon to make flaw-year proof to establish at Jacksonville,' in said district at Ib r..lal Base., .chairman Walter Kiss, Valley printing, 110 C .. ,.t' ,' "
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Carson Grocery Company. I*. herebycalled claim to the land above described. o'clock forenoon, and that Broneon C J. 8.. Btrattont also R. L. 8talng. labr ., No. .I, ,, 6.74 '. '
. to be held at the/ town of Klsslmmee. before clerk of circuit court, at Klsslmmee. thereof Ie published nt the Valley :T C J W. O. HaRklna on safe ".HI 00.90 ,SDlEAWOKR. "Q' ". ,

, Florida, on' the SOth day of Florida on the Stth day of zette, a ... .. printed In said di.trick 0..1. ..p.rla of t.n4..n. N. P. sen. No 1 .. .. 'Ti.66

; :April. A D., 'UII. to provide. for theIncrease AprIL lll. T' al known cr.dltor road and approved.I.t meatlng were H. W. B. Drew Cow sup. sch 1, ...** Stl.Cnp Specialty .
capital Block of.said Claimant witnesses Interest Frederick ,
i ofthi name a Bo- other persons may appearcourt ... DI.lnrt.t
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., Corporation to One Hundred Thouaand sure G. Hancock of Loughman FlorIdai -: cold time and place and show causa County Treasurer, reported sob .... .. .. ... $0.00 Phone< 1I$.RDRJ. ZsaImmes .
and no-100 (|100OOO0) Dollar and Clem T. Sullivan, of LoughmanIFIeridal rft asy they hays. why the prayer or .followsiTo T. wood sch No 1*. 8 r.

to further .amend the Charter oi said ) W. F. Sullivan of Lou said groatedAnd Honorable Board of Public. a Pada.t. .'.o.t-.. .. .' '.O.i ._ J f, L
Corporation/ that It shall read a* Florida' ; Charles B. Lamb of It u'.auer : 4r'ra by the Instruction In and for Osceola Couat,. O. Beebe, trans pupil

.stated man. Florida man'l by lal '1 herewith tender my report .treasurer Ir. R a 8 D S . ., SS.TS \
below.CARgQN. prMl<1.nt. ROBERT W; DAVIS to all known creditors-otics of of Osceola Count. for monthof .. StarlLng. No. .No. 1 *.$l. W.SIMPSON .' :

t N. C. B TAN. Secretary. 13-Btrd _. RegisterNOTI4H petition and' this order addressed tothem March. A. D. f J. Little, sal tchr sch No. SS SI.OO

at their pla.* of a. Berswral Sebel F' T. J. Little. sal tchr sch IS.1 ;
Of To bal. from last No .
ADMINISTRATOR.For ; .tated. . | DEs
'. PROPOSED CHARTER ( Fl... D.............) I The Honorable RkydonM To alt reed from neTQ high .. 8 B D .'tour. . 4 oMellta
WITNB8 sal schNo.
of the said court and .., . . I A. ::00D' Upt Ba4w
orTHE . . .. . . . . 111.1 .
. $650 Office
Si . .. . *
I. <<:a.... of Cesusty h._ Mate of the seal thereof at Jacksonville.. In To reed from loan State ; .
WATERS *. CARSON GROCERY FlerMau Oseeola Ceenty. said on the Srd day of April amt Wm. & Johnson sal tchr sob 31 .*..* : tel:" n. .
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dl.trlct Bnk . ... 10006 8 W. sob T.l.p.0. 1$ ,. .
COMPANY. !. re Ketate .. A. D. To ut reed from Compt. July D..nln. woo No.1.. .
Z. .
W. .
Peter Gullaa. A true copy. Radmpt .'. . . . . . . . tit.II .. -
Bank Nos.SSi
Notice Is hereby to all whomIt EUGENE D. DODGE Clerk. Cltlsens Int. S mos. .
To from
ARTICLE i arlnth of __ ______Clerk. am' Col-Li- 711 41* IU."
may concern 4th day. Attest: ___ _ II-I . . . . 14.00 11 :
of corporation shall b. 1SU.OO Bank. .
The name the September A. 116. I shall apply to To Citizens Int < mos No. ,
be The Waters & Car.on Grocery. Company the Honorable T M Murphy. judge of amt Tax 14* . . 400
. . . . .
. . Col.40'.1
Its place of business said for NOT 'I'Office
and principal court as Judge of probate, Hill A Co.. sup sch No. S S.SO
shall bs In the city of Klsslm final discharge as administrator I of the (F. ) Hill Co. sup sob No. II. S3.Sf. DENT

mee, Osceola county, Florida with estate of Peter Gullaa. deceased, and Serial No. 01lU. Mil.(i No. 40. IS.10. 8 8 D No. I .. over P.)BuDf '. '
branch offices In such place or placesIn that at the same time I will present to 0. .. ef the Interior. By paid warrants .per list. 1014 Miss Janle Stroud. sal tchr sch '
the state of Florida and other places the said court my final accounts asadmini.tator States. Land Office, Gaines. No. S . . . . . 4(00. Office 111 'Phea If
4 In the United States or In foreign countries of said estate and ask Unt". ,, March 26. 116 Balance .. .... ... 1.*! J. P. Hawthorne sal tchr sob 1$. Gas Administered $ or
a* the Directors may determine for their approval.Dated vII. Ira L. James, of unknown address Sma .._1 Dial. .1. 8 8 D No. I . 0.00 Teeth Ilt
: 11 March 4. A. I).. 1.11. To bal. from last report . . . 160*.IT _
ARTICLE contestee: Miss Laura Hawthorne, sal tchr I 0_
I, Th general. nature. of the business N. C. nRY AN. You are hereby ,notified that Poly- To amt. reed from compt-July sch No. IS. 8 8 D No. S . . . (000
t* be transacted by said corporation oa-mo-for-6mo Administrator.NOTICE door Ghysellick. who gives LoughmanFlorida redempt . . . . . . . . 10.00 C. B Rsularaon. trans pupils

hall be to buy. sell and deal In procerles. '! as his postofflce address did To amt. reed from Tax Col. sch No. 1*. 4 mos 8 8 D No 4 SS.00 DR. I S GEIGER

.,... dry goods. hardware and all kindsof OF APPLICATION DKKD FOR TAX I IV..r : on January 4. 116 file In this offloe taxes . . . . . . . . . . 1"J.77 Mrs Ada Chandler. trans pupils

merchandise to buy sell manage his duly corroborated application to sch No. SS. 10 days. 8 8 D No. 4 (00 PHYSICIAN and SURGEON '
lease and develop lands and conduct a contest and secure the cancellation of 1731.44By I .
Miss Anne Bryan Caraon servlcea
ireneral dr estate business o.d.: to S..clioos of the. B74 Htate and ef Klerlda.Notice H7B tirmrrmlHtmtmtrm your Homestead Entry. No. 011618 Serial paid warrants as per Hat 170.43 canning club . . . . (0.0( Citizens Bank Building '
r buy sell lands for Its account No. OlllIN, made March 24 1913.
j deed sch Klsslmmee
.' and on commission; to build on, Is hereby given that V. ClydeKdwards for SE 1-4 of SW 1-4 Section 29. Township Balance . . . . . . . . U'I.OI t.o. W.Went Greene Klaalmmee, truatee.. Coloredsch Phone: Office 197 or 14& ,

- - own. Improve, and d.velop lands owned purchaser of Tax Certificate 26 S, Range 27 E. Tallahassee B.b-'rool .., N.. I No. 20 . . . . . . . . . 220.00 Residence III u.t
No 76. dated July 1st. A I).. 11)12.) for hi.
It by this corporation, 19 manufacture l..rldlan. and as grounds con- To bal from last report . . . 244.61 ,
}, lumber timber naval stores, crosstles. has filed the said Certificate In my office that said Ira L. James To amt reed from Tax Collect' Miss Ella Dove Newsome sal
and has made application for Tax .. ale-.... bald land only to teacher ach No. 19 . . . . . 40.00
and to
I'' turpentine. timber. products has on or-taxefl . . . . . . . . . 68.IS
lease hire, own and act as broker factor Deed to issue In accordance with do a little work; and has never stayedon I Miss Ella Dove Newaome. sal
or agent. In the purchase, sale.mapufacturs Said certificate embraces Lot la..j I said landover night, has not beenon 303 ItBy tchr sch No. I'. t 8 D No.4. 6.00It M .
and disposition of realproperly Block 71. of the Town of(1.. said claim In 16 months F. Howell. sal tchr rich No. '
pair warrant an per 1..t. 15.00Dalance . . . . . . . . . .
:!'! and products thereof and Oaceola county State of Florida You are therefore further notified 28 . . 16.00Jktiaa and SURGEON
, ,. commodities goods, wares and merchandise i, The said lot being aaaessed at thedate .'that the said allegations be taken Lawaon sal tchr ach .
wil . . . . . . . . 1..1.
".. of every kind Including navaltores of ,Issuance of aald certificate inthe 1 as .confeflMed and your . will 288 18 No. . . . . . . . . . . 46.00R Office Osceola
Nnb-Hrhool & over Pharmacy
blacksmiths and tools name of J. B I'ndgeltUnless be canceled without right to .I.t. No.3 sal tchr ach No.
, and Implements, and sawmill coppers. tools and acid certificate shall be redeemed -I I be h..od. either ,.. furlhpt office or To bRI from last report . . . 268.14 .. S Howell 4 . . . . . . 26.00 Phone Residence IS ,
and according to law. Tax, Heed will If fall to file In this To .mt reed from Coml't.-- sal tchr sch Office 141. .
implements of all sorts; to operate : on n \ou Mla Heaflle I.awaon.
PP"RI . . . . .
issue. thereon on the 3rd day of Ma>', office days after the July Itedmpt 2*
conduct sawmills planing; mills and allbualneas twenty 9 No. 28. S 8 D No.4. . . . . 6.00
f. Incident thereto to buy raise A. I'.. 1911.'iItieas roURTH publication of this notice HBnhown To amt. reed from Tax (Pol.- State Hank Int 17i1 mo 166
'\ A\ hand and official ....Ill atKlaslmmee I. taxeS .. . .. . . 37607Hy N.
-. nnd sell cattle and livestock of all my holow you answer, under oath C 1<:. YuUrell. 2 mo Incd . . . IS.33 .
In beef and City: sail' cnunt and state' nne.clftcalU 1 reaiioncllng to these allcKHna "
kinds, to purchase The foliowing, petition waa preaented H. D. GEIGER
, beef products, to oWns hold and sell this hid elm ..f '\111.\ l > l ill l lft ti,, of contest: together with .due paid warrants an per lint . 664 15 to the board by the citizens of Hhln

,) lands for pasture and cattle ranK. tot (Seal ) j. L OVFRSTHEirr. plu.f that > ou have c'rvt'l a cops ol t 1 P8 15Italnee iLls Creek To the Honorable Hoard ol '
CI'rk Circuit Court Oaceola
It-asp. hire, uae and maintain )our aiiHWe on the aald --
own docka.operate whnrvea ele-vatora presBe-s, Florida 15-5t either In |ierson or by regiatere'd, .mal. . . . . . . . Public .Instruction Gentlemen:In We.and for the o.eolaCounly. ATORNEY.AT.LW .
of Hhoulil state In \ciur II. Nnb-Hrhool 1)1.1. No. 4.
.. tanks and storage every ,"I'I'I.It'1.tCl TO Ml II. UK A I, Yot I ;' which MIUeleaiie signed. qunl i tied ,electors who pay itax Office State Bank
r. kind and to receive profits and tolls n.. of I piiMtiifTlce To bal from IHH ." .r. 18711.3 real or property and Building
KNTAIK: lull,,' notice'H I h. Kent to you .. on p.r.on.1
To from
therefrom;' to buy sell. handle for Its t. amt f..d Col Klsslmraee
; own account or on commission turpentine In Hi Pa1 ate of 1..nn Pli.reNoll 3 PKRltl M COI.StlN.Hi taxes .. .. ... .... 130.63 residing In the .following described auh. Fa
do nwrst
of the respectfully
0. rosin and all kind. of nn\ alatoria .',' la h..hy. "Kin thnt tb' ui 'eel ve'r. -- d..ision county
'I, timber I and aurleultural products deralutied, will npilv to the I II,in T' !M nRt. of. nut publication April 2. lIlt 2009) 89 petition your body to.
T ; : ; Judge of OxceolHCount I liati' of aeceincl, 9. order an ..I..tlon held In the said described DLC.LHYATIPHYSICIAN
) to operate stills and mnchlnervfor Murphy, County V\lbl..llon. AI.rl Hy paidtarrHjitii ". per lint 58 34Halnme
the rnaiuat'tur*' of naval atore aproducts \. Flotldn on Apill 27. 1 91 5. at I'i 1 fi. aub division of the county to

?: of e-.ery description I to eretct KI..lrnln.o'lorida.. for nit order to ...'ll I Hate of third publIcation, April 16 . . .. . 1961 66 del.rrln. whether said sub-division oldie and SURGEON'
i1' and maintain lanka and warehouse's for at prl\Hte MHle the following deH< rib' 1'ilfiHate I Keh-Srliool !>!.<. 1\.,. tt. county shall become a special tax

/ storage of naval stores and cotte ed propcrlv altuatel\lng I a nl l.i rig I of fourth publication April 23. To bal from laM report . . 7 63 dlxtrltt for the purpose of levying,
I" \ -lhe other products and to issue atiir- In Oaiioln Cnuritv. State of Floridal 1115 I To amt reed from Ta x | and collecting a district achool tax for Klsslmmee Fla.

' V or warehouse receipts against the 12. block 1(12( of thi. town of St Taxes . . . . . . . .(01.. . 31 34 the exclusive use of the public free 'Phones. Office,
t, same; to compound and retina nils; tomanufacture ('loud rind lot 37 uf section 4. louii,,. M AM'I'ICH'S MtI.E. -- schools within the following described .

own liuv. aell and deal In whip 27 ,RiMilh tanK'1, 31 eu..t ntcordiiigcto 38 ill district. to.Mil Beglnnlnl.t the I
Under ntul bxlrtue of final deciee
barrels. ndlnKK;I sta\eti. Mill t *. suppllea pint ..r Sjtnltiole: Inland & Inxentniint n'I".r..d, bthe* a i a Hy paid warrants HH eper Hut . 10 GOHalanre Northwest corner (6).
and matertale of similar klndato lIulo..hl. JIln. Township Twenty-five ) aouthHanice .
HIIlulliNliin of .
( 0''S Kictliin 4 (5)
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\\ of the H..v.'nlh Judlc
. buy sell and deal In Kroeerlia: elryKOO liHliil KlHHlmmie Kin this 26th day Inl I'll(" ,kil.eult. JuilKI nf thi. Stat .f-'I..ldl. Inand . . . . . . . 28 97NuheelK Tw..nly.nlne (29)). a.t: thence CEO F.. PARKER.ATTO .
and all klnda of tnerehandlae the line to theUoutheant ,
| hardware South aloiiK
. < K aell, lenaemanatee of Malih, 1SUW fur the, ('ount\' of OMCI olit. In c ban. >ol 11.<. %o. 6. ..hal..ectlon .
; to build buy H CHA\\'!-'(''thE>. . . .
ei i\' on the 21th day of March To bal from last remrt 137 RNE Y-AT-LAW
rontre>l. hire charl..rL. of Section Thirty (30) Township -
. own. Adnilnlat rwtor of the* Katate of Johri ""I'I
IIIE, CHURCH whireln JumeaMile To iimt reed from Tax Ooltunes -
or operate veHSela. tr..mwarallwaya.other 1'lirce. Occeaaid 14.4tNOTII a ia I. andV A. Uttx . . . . . . . . . . 64 16 Tnenty-flvo. ((26). South Range 1 1
Ilirhtera. ennlnea ears or I.n : thenceVeat Collection and Coov
bridges. and I I : hla wife I are defenclatlta --- Twenty nine (29). Kaat .yancOySpecialtto :

vehicles I d or tr"p: ; transportation hi::Id, ownedand of ) K OK ,MAHIKlfS, 54IE.l1rtler ; I. p the Twenty eight (28). *
etr4' controlled or manufactured by and bv yin u<. of a I."r.... of1..o..I Chancer\to the- highest::1 n':1hll"I: ,I I. for outcry cnah: Hy paid warrants an per lint . 37.16 fl"lh.. Dr.p..r.n.nK' I I. P Tlaon F. H. Tyner., '''O'" I
J said or other persons or ce>r- i In Ih,. Circuit - 1. 1131-3 ,
> company <' .ur. r."d".1 within the, legal hours of aale on thenut K A. Babb. W L Moneley. O. II Wood Broadway
connection with the* hual- Balance . . . . . . . 30 72
In Court of the \enth Judicial .
to poratlon Circuitof J. II.
Monday In May. I I91R. .. being all. A. Fox. Kred Herxberg
.m. S 1. LUl'FER Trees 1
floss of this romnanhut not toI. the state uf KlutldH em the (Chart the third daof aid month and IH County n..o. C. Dronnon P O. Cromnrtle .
. said means of transportation for thepurpose cirHid thereof In lertMln 'Rrr..nt. In the mini of M.390 81 Uron..n. F. KRIBBS
a eauae '
Walter Hronaon.
legal Hales (clay front of the CourtMouae A K Dlnnta
.. of doing the* bualneaa of a therein 1""lInl< wherein. liirlein l 11mm- : ; were examined, and c..n..el'd In open G '
of I' 'Il.n CounU Klorldii' alii I i. H. HauknlKht Il. J. y..t.., J. H Joyner (
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ralae. produce. tu. ',, nesiiloiiIlillH.
common carrier to id IjHml ( rnpn nv IH Cum pliiinnnt tiiiclSamtiil the City nf .. the followingeleiecribed
t ..ell ..vrhnnire, and de'al lit trees nlRntret C Svxton 1H.. HiiHKill Mlki were. approved and warrant AiTORNEY-AT-IeAW j -
luiidH tenemunta and he- that. number
ahrubs, CM;real; R and any and all klnda llouftrcllctirlne. lluviald II K situate and In laMUud aw It iippearlnic .ur..lent '
and cltrua frultn r..IIR".nle. lying being .o'L . . . I of primes an required signed Examination of Titles .
of vegetable products Smith anil i'nullnHjitith are* Heapond of State of C n 1o,ell aupt $11600 a
fruit tr.ea. hay and grain. and to doa HIM ] will on the "OUlt\name more"c'c'oll ul,1 de \V <" HBXM A It I I I. . . . . 4 1X1 to the above 1"lltlon.i the Hoard ordered Notification and Payment IplaUY.ef

I general nurwerv btmlmsa In construct !3HI l It.t' III" f'\Y\ II. mil. .FI.rldll. an follow. partc'ul..rly Walter Hron..n. M It l 1 . . 6 (doJ said petition ..ubl"h..d aa required non-resident given eroru. .

erect operate and maintain a the alt'iii'' belliK I ii it -11 rat !MetlulH\i snlelnie .I' Lot Numh..r'en (7) In Block Number 8. Stratton. M 1' I . . . . 6 hit by law attention.. .
. packing houae or packing houses and nth. it ltd H 1..1! sail. ,|IH>-: duringJhe One Hundred and Eighty-eight 8. 1.. Kupfer <' \. Treaa . . 6027 The Hoard \In..nlmou.p..ed a reaolutlon Klaslmroee, Fla. K
, for fruits, nta nivegetnblea << bourn of anle. at followa: that albllla J
canning fat lor} in. legal "Rill at i'uthietlttt'r ((1KR). In the town of Saint Cloud In Clyde Huzza und Karl Morrow le..olved
of all kinds to produc'. i buy. \. fni CHiih III hand, to the hlKh Raid OHceula Count>'. State of Florida. janltom nchti, No. 1 . . 4000 to be paid by the Bo.rd should beapproved 30bn.ton' '
; or other ice acquire and aell or otherwise i MI bidder. at the front iloor nf the accordinir to the plat of said town filed C. W. Deputy janitor ach No. 16 20 DOH by the proper authorities and Pat 0 P. Garrett
of the of auc'h ('ourt II.. .... I In Kiareimmee <'ountof hereafter. would be paidwithut
dispose products that no ;
In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit M. KvaiiH. ml tcher itch No.1 226.00Mian bil. JOHNSTON 4
I- packing or canning factory or factories t luce oln. F'.rldl.' the following deacrlb approval t ,
; Court In and for the County of Osceola Almenla C ltn,.r, eel tchr. GRE
!/:' packing house or pncklnxhouses I ed Heal Kstate aituati II the* Counts. and State of }Florida by the Seminole ach No. 1 . . . . . . . . '0.00 The Hoard finding there was some Irregularity .
lo aubacrlbe for purchaae receive of Oaceola and State of Florida Land and Investment In the deed for the school
Investment Illock 20. l.ota I and 2 Hlock 25. Miss Clara I.dbeU"r. saL tchr.sch W. ATORNY.AT.LW, '-' .
hold for
own. or : Lot Number Eight (8) In BlockNumber . . . . . . . . . T6. lot at Whittier appointed
otherwise sell and dispose of and makeadvancements Lota S, 4. fi, X. 10. II and 16; Block 26. One Hundred and Elghty..lghtr No. 1 C. Baas and J. 8. Stratton to Investigate Offices 10, It and 12 ClUenj
stocks. shares. 1, 2. S and 4 Block 27. Ixits 1 to K Webb. aal tchr. ech. No. 1 SO.00Vtlaa B
upon ; the matter and have proper cot
t. ( ). In the town of Saint Cloud. In BuIldJng
bonds securities or obligations of other 1 to 1 Inclusive; Block r; Osceola State of i Louise Clark sal tchr ach 1 76.00 'tlons made I
County Florida re<
corporations whatsoever wherever located 29. Lot 1 t6 IncluHlve. Block *0. Lots Miss Albino Smith sal tchr sch 1 66.00 Board ordered a warrant for KUslmmee. Fla. .
filed The
according to the plat of said town
In 1 to 21. Inclusive 24 to 3d( inclusive.and Mils Emma Futch. aal tchr sch 1 16.00
originated or engaged or pursuing In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit StSO.00 to b. drawn to cOver amount
of business 32, Block 32. Lots 1 to 6. InclusiveHlock Miss Frances Lnaton. sal tchr.
any one or more kind. ; Klsslmmee Colored schoolbuilding
purposes or objects Indicated S3. Lot 1 to"1. In", Block and Court State In and of for the County the of Seminole Osceola, sch No.1. . . . .. . . . . 66.00 due on West and lot, said warrant to bo Louis C. Massey, .T.' Pe D '

I herein. or owning or holding any property 2, Lots 1 and 15. Lt. 4. 6. Land and [ ..Florida by ..' Miss Lola awler, sal tcbr sch 1 66.00 drawn to Ueo. W, Oreen. trustee. Late Coun.l for .. of t.. '' .
J of kind mentioned herein or 20. 21 : Block 8. ; 16Lots Miss Cleo Wooldrldg-e sal tchr Criminal '
; any j21:2 Said sale made to said teachers were appointed Oom.
I 10 Block S. 4, 7, 8 ; being satisfy . . . . The following ..
r, any corporation owning or holding .ItUi. final decree. and all cost. sch. No.1. .. . .. fOO : Miss ionic Stroud to school No. 9'Miss : & WARLOWV&Lp '
stocks or obligations of any such cor and (, Block IS, Lt. G. F. KRIBBS. Miss Jean Thoma"l sal tchr sch 1 16.00 Ruby Bass to school No. 24; andMiss MSE '

: ., ,, while I the owners or 8 to S3 Inclusive, I Special Master In Chancery. ttm IcoK sal tchr to school No.1.. ', COUNSELLOR! \N
lassie F. Hays
c r.tno": 11 Inclusive SS to 8 inclusive ll.f ATORNEYS'ard
: any stocks" bonds or obllgatlone ; Bock Lt. I son. No.1... . .. .. 61.00Miss resolution unanimouslypassed : :1 ,.
was : .
following .
to exercise. all the rights. ; all of In the Myrtle. sal tchr The Lw. 1
: .. Bobbitt By the Board: Wh.r.... 'Practice la ail ef the ] '
.. and privileges ownership thereof Florida Drained Land C mpaoy'. Subdivision PETITION FOR "PKCIAL "CHOOI. sch. No. 1 . .. 1.00 I .
" and to exercise all and any. voting No.1. recorded In Book 'B" D'8THIC. nfhs Louise Thomaaon.' 'sal' there are several small Special 8hol and of.,the United States, '

powers. thereof, to sell, mortgage sub. on Pages 96 and 66, In the office of To the Honorable Board of Public Instruction sen. No. 1 . . . . . . .i'h; SCO Tax Districts 1ft the county; and the Florida Ral.o COlml..oa aa*, 4
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Oac..og' It is impossible for the trustees un- th*
let. pledge hire. lease or convey theproperty In and For Osceola Miss Cecelia Overatreet.. sal tchr. as '
la Florida said land all to at all times 11-14
of this corporation or any : beingIn County: ". . . der the present system Carl.'o Bids '
r ': sch No.1. . . . . . . .00Mlas funds for
CountDated said
p. part thereof at will find to Invest theproceeds \ Gentlemen know the amounts In O1n40. >* 1.
sal tchr .chNo.l..o
M. C. Bryan '
this March 27th A. D. 1916O Resolved by the "
at pleasure and In such man- We, the undersigned qualified electors various purposes; :
I'. OARRETT ... . .:. created,
ncr as may be determined by the bylaws yyho pay a tax on real or personal 1.00 Board That no debt shall: bo
_ to conduct any part of I its business ' As Special Master In Chancery property and residing In the following Miss lyottle. Lawler. sal In any Special Tax School District .
. and to have offices and agencies VANS AI .NKW & CnAW.'oIUJ. described sub-division of the I No. . . . . . . . . . . . 15 00 without the approval of the CountyBoard DLM.J.IIIcLS "

. and to employ agents; at I Solicitors for < 15-5t most respectfully petition Miss Clara Stute. sal tchr sch 1 16.00 of Public Instruction as provided .

such places:; fn :, .ertt".d and other your th'on" .. body to order an election Mice Medora Russell sal tchr for on page 41, Section (*. Digest of 1-
I . . . . . . . . 16.00 .
states or foreign. countries as may be OHDKll FOR PI HI.ICATION." In the said described subdivision ach No.1. the School Laws of the State of Flor- PHYSICIAN and SURGEON ,
., requisite or necessary for the carryIng !. (Irrnlt
ii on of said business er furthering ...a Judicial ('Irrnlt. ()..... ('0...'" whether said sub-division of the county No. 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . 61.00 Ida.There being no further business the '

the needs of said corporation said nec-I I'aul .Hahn complainant. vs Lena shall become a sperlal taot district for Miss Emma Yowell. sal tchr ach Board adjourned until the next regular om.e State Bank Building .

t.. essity. to be determined In the discretion Hahn the purpose of levying and collecting No.1........ ... 7600 meeting 'Phone: -
and judgment of the board of dl- d.f..ndan. a district school tax for the exclusiveuse Miss Lucy Wltherapoon aal. tch W. C. 4*

recters.: to receive payment fpr capital .It appearing buerry. by affidavit appended to of the public free schools within sch No.1. . . . . . . . . (6.00 Attest. : E. nA.C. ,

' stock subscribed for In money or inN the bill tiled In the abeive-atated cause* the following described district to-wlt Mr.. I.ella Harvey aal tchr ach YO'VlLL. .

property. labor or services at a Just that Lena Hahn Is a non-resident of Beginning at the northwest cornerof No.2. . . . . . . . . . . . 40.00 . "'
valuation thereof In the discretion ort Ihe state of Flurlda and Is a resident section alx ((6), township twenty- Mra L lla Harvey sal tchr ach NOTICE.Netlre >

judgment of the Board of Dlrectora; to of Haltlmeire state of Maryland. over five ((26) south range twenty-eight No.2. . . . . . . . . . 40.00 ADMIU.TRATION J. W. THOMPSON
x make contracts of any kInd. whatsoever the twentyoneyrara; It Is ((28) eaat. run east to the northeast Henry P. Helknap. sal tchr sch f.r ftmmt tMm.ekarare { ,

F for the furtherance. of It. purposes ,*rre:; ordered that aald non-resi corner 0the northwest quarter of No. 4-15 days . . . . . . 13.76Mlas of A..I.I.t.t.r. Gouty JedeOse..IS .
'1-; or buslnesa Including agreements be and she Is herebyrt'quiri'tI section six (6). township twenty-five Annie M. Hal tchr ..c.. ; '. '

. or contract. between the said to appear to the bill of complaint I (26) aouth. range twenty-nine (29) sch No. 6t .Ln..rd.. . . . . . . . 40 00 (; Fa.1.. FUNERAL DIRECTOR-
.. corporation and Individuals or other tiled In said cause on or before eas\; thence south along the h.1 section Miss Lillian Ide. aal tchr sch No In re. Estate of R whomIt M '

\' f :::17.thll corporation any of I the; to lines do any of Monday 115. he : May saIdbill I) the southwest line to the quarter southeast of section thirty of 7 . . . . . sal. . tchr. . ach. .No.. . 4600 Notice may concern Is hereby that on the 16th dar of and I.
Miss Lillian Ide.
t. and all things that are or may benecessary will be. .. 01 said (30), township twenty-five) (26) south July. A. D.. llX I .hal apply to Honorable -
(29) east thence 7. S 8 D No. I . . . . . . . . 6.00Mlas of said
or proper to be done for the defendant range twenty-nine ; I T. M Juda. LICENSED EMBALMER '
.. furtherance of the purposes of this It I. further. ordered that this orderbe west to the southwest corner of section Lillian Ide sal tchr sch No. court, .. of my final .. ,
, thirty (SO). township 7. 8 8 D No. I . . . . . . . 2*.00 administrator of Lohr. .
,1\ corporation or for carrying, Into affect once a week for four con t..ent-fv. discharge as R t
the powers herein granted ..publ.h..d In the Klsslmmee Valley (26) south range -. Mrs. Rosa Meeker. sal tchr schNo. deceased and that at the time I ,

ARTICLE III Gazette, a newspaper published In east; thence north to the northwest 12. ..... . ., .. 40.00 I will present to said court my final Store and Chapel, StA AYIVKlMimntee. :.

capital the corpora said county and state. corner of section six (6). township irs. Rosa Meeker. .a. tchr sch accounts, as administrator of said es-
;: tlz.h.shall be One c'HU'rdr: Thousandand This April '1st A D. 115 twenty-five (26) south range. twentyeight No. 12. S 8 D No. . . . 4 1000 for their approvaL

no-100 Dollars, to be divided Into ( ) J. L. OVER8TREKT.Clerk (23) ea.t Mrs Rosa Meeker .a tchr sch t..t... January 1. A. D0 111. r
.. One Thousand shsres of the par value Seal Circuit Court.t DHAKF:8 No. 12. 8 S D No . . . . . 10.00 WILLIAM LOHR.

of One Hundred Dollars each By JAMES M. JOHNSTON. F. H. Miss Pearl M. Parsons .a tchr Administrator. t _
ARTICLE IVKThe Deputy Clerk. W. L. MOSELEY. sch No. 14 . . . . . . . . CO.OO 1'mO
term for which this corpora- eft A. H. FOX, Miss Lassie F. Hsye. sal tchr sch When In of a 1 _

exist. shall be perpetual. for Complainant. 16- J. H. BRONSONP No. 11 . . . . . . . . 400 '
ARTICLE V. G CROMARTIE. M.aa Cora U Maine, sal tchr sch, ri Gutters VETERINARY SURGEON '

The officers of this corporation shall TO QUIET WALTER. BRONSON I No. II. .. .. .. .... $0.0. -CaUFor- 1 I
be a Vice-President a TITLE C. N. Carnes. sal tchr sch No 1* 610 ,,
ldnh..u .
Secretary : and a Board Cosirt. 8. ..... jBdlrlel P. TI8ON Mrs Lee sal tchr sch No. '
of not less than three. nor more thanine I F. A BARB. Lura . 10.0< In A. F J" tLiI
\ t .... State .f I. .edscoola G 16. . .. .. Mould .RCOR
Directors The offices of Secretary F..rt. WODALL Miss Ethel Mills, sal tchr ..cb'No. :

.'. and Treasurer may be held by one Ceemtr. GEO FRED C. 1* . . . . . . . . . I.... Bone Clipped. I and .. .4
and the same person The Board of E. Donepan. complainant, BRONSON. Miss Bessie Whldden. sal tcbr .'

Directors shall be selected at the annual M Randall. Sarah Tracy .i' I.A. R. BAUKNIGHT.DENNIS. sch No. 1* ... . . ... 10.00Miss Lach Road ;
her husband and all
stockholders meeting to be held racy. 'Phon. P
sal tchr
o, Interest under the said 1 4-4 t Fleda Doltt.. 11. J.. ,
In the city of Klsslmmee, Osceolacounty ; otherwise. sch No. 1* I... . . _... .. SO.06Mlas .
or respondentsOrder
Florida on the third Monday In ;
Lillian Dale sal tchr sch

t .January of each year .1 _"11. < To NOTICE All .HIRlr. SALE No. 16 . . . . . . . . . . . 10.0' P. A. Vane Atraew W. B. OrawtWrdl
[\ ARTICLE VI Whom It May Concern: Whom I May Concern: Miss Iris Oliver sal tchr ach II 6000 J.

r The highest amount Indebtedness T't.appearing; by affidavit Med in this Notice Is hereby given that I will Miss Cora Maine sal tchr sch j. VANS AGNEW CRAWFORD < I ;
to which this corporation shall at any that the residence of the sell. before the court house door in L I I ___
n cause respondent No. It. B D No. 1 . . . . . 10.00 _
time subject Itself shall be Two Hun- Klsslmmee Florida the Srd ofMay.
Edwin M. Randall I. unknown. and on day C. N. Cornea, sal tchr sell No.

'',' dred and .Fifty Thousand Dollars that there Is no person In "the state the A. I).. 116. during the hours of 8 8 D No.1. . . . . . 100 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW _
f. (1260.000) IS-lt service of a subpoena upon whom sale the following described property: 1. I _
.. Laura Lee sal tchr sch No. OfleM: o-t-6- CHlsetui .
'' would bind such r..pond..nt. and that The east half of the east half of thewest If. 8 8 D No.1. . . . . . 10.00 Building B .
: half of the southwest of
the are of such respondent quarter -
; MOTICB FOR PUBLICATION. Ethel Mills, sal tchr sch No. _
it Is therefore, ordered that'rd section eleven (11). township twenty- .il a . .. . . 10.00 ".. .
. .
D No.1
(Pe Mis"_.) five 8 8 m1 .P.
( twenty-nine (29)east
iis, respondent be and he Is hereby required ) : 1
: I"lh.rn1
to to the Bill of ; to d of A' 'W Whidden. sal tchr
n..le _
: Serial No. OISOT appear Complaint OUR ARE OUT
. . . 10.00Mlas
filed Wlnn against Henry S Silas In the ach 8 S D No 1 '
: In the said cause on or before
ef the. I........ rICKS BAILEY .
Department amount of 112043 said judgment be- Fleda Doollttle. sal tchr \
the rule day In June. A. Dr lnir ; I
,;i' 11. 8. Land Office at Gainesville.. Fla., the seventh day of the said l'mt ing obtained In the circuit court of sch No. II. 8 B D No.1. . . 10.00 on the town bu. _

March, SO. 1(11 otherwise the allegations of ..IdI Osceola county. Florida on the 14th Miss Lillian Dale sal tchr sch they look ad wear bt l Painting and Paper Banging 4, "

;,. Notice la hereby given. that William bill will I be taken as confessed by. the day of March A. f.. 111 No. II. 8 8 D No.1. . . . 10.00 fact this applies to all our _
This the Ith dsy A. 1).. 116L. sal tchr sch No.
...i H. Bronson. of Orange Center. Florida, said respondent Miss Iris Olver. '
c who on January 11. 110 made Homestead I Is further ordered that this orderbe H INGRAM II. 8 8 1 ... . ... 10.00 and INTERIOR WORK A SPjCT .

',. Entry No. OtSOf. for 81-1 of publl.h.d once a week 'for eight tellrBO/ Oeceola County. Florida. L. L Jordan sal .tchr sch No 20 41.00 BUILDING MTEA '. ,_

., MB 1-4. NB) 1-' of SB 1-4 Section SI and week in the Kleslmmae J*- HOBT CAMPBELL D. H Johnson Al! tchr sch 20 lf.0W To buy tbe.line 21 Mabfcette st . <.
. NW 1-4. Section IS. Township* 14 South. Valley Qasette, a weekly newspaper, 8. Maasenberr sal tchr sob will /

., ... Ranare SS East Tallahassee \Merldlan.ha : NOTICE No. '20 .. ., .. .. .. .. 410 without obtaining our prIc. -
\ and of '" sal sch No. 20 36.00 not only a In ,but
r. -t. filed notice of Intention makeFiveyear .. t.1rlIun.l, : Is hereby given that a bill M. B. Wrlaht tchr mea moo.
Notc. J. sal tchr sob SO 110
establishclatm to the quality
Proofs to in you.
James Introduced before the next les> M a t
,. before Clerkof Wln. M. Spears sal tchr orb SO 10..* .
.I the land above'deecrlbed Judge of the aid court and my islature of the State of Florida, to Sal tehr sch Any good carpenter will -
Circuit Court. at ., Florida, Charles P. o..p:
/ ICI..Ir-m. name a* clerk thereof and the official the purpose of the B.IInap.
.mpow.rln. CtJ't .. . .'.00 _
,, i ".. Claimant witnesses: Kd: .ourt the of Hiss Rose MeKensle tehr sch ,
of A D bulkhes4ing Tohopekallgawithin a
April.. ;
Florida Theron No. SO .. . .s. .. . 4...* Lumber Co. .
of Orange Center. : . .
..; lvey, ( ) J. OVERHTREET. 1 the limit t.d city of- Klslmraes. *- May. '
,v "<.& .)C...". of Orange Center .Florlaa. .J. U Sa. L Oaceola Couat to method. of Mrs. Nellie W.ther. sal tchr' Th- 'ntnc1, "I", .)
, .- --... of Orange cent.r. Florida: Earnest CountlCurt JOHNSTON. ] to assess sch No SI. 10. I ..'. .. 41.*. : ,': Tr .

X..t Oi spge C.nt..lI'. Florida. L,,AJE Deputy Clerk. Krformlngsuch! work aint property U A Tonne sal kh swh No U &H cw.fons __ _e
.. ROBJDRT .W. DAVIIl! S Johnston 4k affected by caa. 4 8 D No. I ... .. SI... 91 J1 __.= =:. =_ .

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rw.v < SAGCI2. ,THE' KISSIMMEE' VAL L'IY' GAZETTE \ faiD* T.' 'APRIL' '.'f,' '1 1S,'", 't'I"

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,'. .TATBMRIVTOf A SNAP- Cheapest Improved tea-a':
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T': I. ,:,.. ." y :'fc. o.....rahlB, >!.*.;*...*.*,. fir.ealatla. '. CITY FATHERS ORGANIZED r: farm three mile. from KlasimJnpostoffice
t ; .. Es.., 11"4_lr** by , St. Cloud Department '. A.irvxt *4, IBtot lara to interested parties.' Nelson ae.
1'P.4 : Kl..lmma valleS", pjMlihd FOR YEAR Realty Co.' ., 'q Itpd r ;
:w_kJx at :Kl..lcpm.-. FlorMa, for .

#, !I April Editor 1.,', BJ.tUI a. .Nau.l., Klsslmmeo, (Continued from Pag-a-6fte.) FOR EXCHANGE-A light two-" '

Florida FOR SALE OR TRADE] for horse and horse farm wagon, In good condition , r'
,.;. News and Notes of the "Wonder City" From Our Own Business manajcers, W. B. HarrU and was brought up la a communicationfrom wagon one .1 cy. Buick in good for a onenhorse' farm -wagon.; .'
B.! O. Van. ..
A.-ne"" KI..lmm.lFlorida.
?y.. Special Correspondent .V. as... Harris and R. O. Canon Farmer an .referred to condlUon, good tire.; must .ell or Box 165, Ki..immee'FIa. Itpd
Vans "It"..... Klsslmtn*. Florida. the finance comm'ttee. trade at once A. M. Jones P. O. )
<, I Ownvrs: (If a corpor Uon. give its< Box 221. Klsslmmee. 7tf FOR SALE-For a ''few day. 1 offer:
name and the name and ad4r...*. ofstockhold.rr President Kribbs brought up the Kissimmee'
the la. They own property in St. Cloud holding 'I per cent or matter of some more equitable system my fifteen-acre grove at
r A. E. FC'rtnet.who! has passed with again next fall. more of total amount of stock. If nota DWELLINGS for rent opply to It. Park six mile east of town,' near'
winter in our Wonder{ City, left onTuesday and will be us corporation, irlve' names and ...ddr.01 ....- of assessing property for city Tiller Lake Tphopekallga; twelve acre .in
'j for his northern home. They both like our city very much.J. .. Individual owners) VV H. Harris. taxation and suggested that a man late Valencia
grapefruit three in ,. wr,
C. \llassey, Atlanta, Ga., came to KUnlinme, Florida: B. 0. Vcns be employed to carefully over the ;
Mr. and Mrs. Toole who have spent AKHCW.. Kl lmm v, Florida. go TRAWBERRY PLANTS-Send $2.50 just coming into be}ring. Price ;'
the winter at the Farris house left St. Cloud last Tuesday. Known bondholders. mortR-aicecB. andother city to note Improvements on the for 1000. Cabbage plants at $1.60. 6,000; terms. Address, Route 3. "t '
Tuesday for their home in Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs Amos Scott, who have security holders, holdlnir 1 percent various properties assessed. He also Peadi, plum, pear and cherry treesat Box 35. Tampa, Fla. 1tpdFOR
the winter at their home on or more of total amount or bond
.r Mrs. G. F. Smith left Wednesday\ spent left rioit HKr other aroeirllU 1 *. (Jtt. suggested some sort of a zone planin 10 to 15 cents each. John Light-
to attend the G. A. R. encampment al I lukota) avenue and\ Eighth street, there are none, .o atate.) Mr.. R N. the placing of valuations on lots 'foot, E. Chattanooga Tenn. 48 tf SALE-Second hand Ford car
Jacksonville. I Thursday morning/( for a few months'stay Fell tya8'O" c Va.; Mrrire-nthaler BO that all tax-payers will be fairly in excellent condition. Apply Hun-
\ y of New at their old homeMcComb, III. pan x, NewYorkverHKi FOR RENT 8-room residence furnished It
council with Land
i Mrs. W. II. Tannichffe, .\ number of roplvn of each treated. The looked ter Company. ;
York, who has }been the truest for several Tlwy 1 will return here in the early fall. l...uo of this publication Hold or distributed favor upon his suggestions and $16; (-room. $10; 6-room, ar
I' I weeks of Mrs Frost and dnugh-{ Mrs Mil'mm Alberta.. leaves thisweek through the malls I or otherwise agreed" to take the matter up at a $9. E. E. Wells, real estate and insurance FOR SALE-Several gobd rowboats
r I for her northern home Pine Island. 1- to paid subscribers during I the al(xin. 202 and one 1914 model Evinrude Demonstrating -
ter' Mrs. Purdy, left Tuesday evening later sess'onClub. Broadway.
in I lhs 'nricndlni; the dale aliowniilioxr
:'she>' fond of St. these '
Will sell
:Minn 'is
northF. very : motor. i
I ; for her home in the r J. Cole and wife left Wrdm sd.i\ I loud, and wants to come back next from ilnl]>' new apt|pen only ) Mill ItemlUtxl.After J. RICHARDS has just completed an- at a good price. Apply between now
.i I full) ,if i-ln) ran, 1, get SOUKof her folks i Jo: "! \'ANS(1Ng\VSlRnnlur and Monday to 102 Verona 1
'. Y for their old home, Duinont :.J. ( .. of ..iilllur ptihllHlher. "u"l11"'I'r. listening to :J. D. Clark secretary other bungalow cottage next doorto street
,, in 11.mi t, 'illi 'In'r. opposite Courthouse.!
home hen Mr. Ernest Johnson's house
Mr. Cole has built two ni KN or oumr ) and treasurer of the Kisslm- on
last 1 May and both without, tin 7 I 1'hr' \\oinin' I lmpioment' club met s.\\.tin I it, and NiAarrlled hi-fur- mi.IhlH Vine street. This Is for rent or sale
inciCoif Club the counc'l
real: 11"I :,,,,1 I il\\.' huh, i"(M.III. ", rut"11'1' Icnth street I sth diiv' of \prll I'M'! company, MRS, IRENE SAUNDERSTeacherof
ll i aid of any "-slat( IIII'-"t sial ) M W KAIKH-NT. which hnd heajd of the request at on easy payments; the same as pay-
trained in short
.u.l. I I'Iaudoi. ,, ,,\I u"n8'\ "ii Wednesday( in . piano; pupils ,
speaks well foi (the
  • Iln I, sidnt, Mis l.tlu I II on Tuesday night time new methods rates
    r loud Mr ( oK will, chin( ', p inMth t pi" i Mv .MiinlHNlnii ixplips 1 Ivl.rniix 17 Vine street. 15-2t ; ; reasonC
    !property i 'I I hump' in. in,,, t h. "h...,V. MinutcK:\ \ of I'll',I H.; referred I it to the city attorney, able. 209 Park St., Kissimmee y.

    .2i buck,/J. II.again.J/ "e\t.."I left winter. 'I'IniiMl, .i\ (Bur. .> Ii., )la i ,nit. .i.1".1.I I \ \\ (.11. ,11 .id and ..ippro\!. .1. Wade( --'lucki-r- -- -entertained- -. -- -. at agreed, l 10 luutie off a bill of some FOR RENT OR SALE Two-storjr Fla. 164tp1For
    umUi II I i .,.n..1 I |I'"i. -'d" ,, I Ihr, Ilium'),) v v> ,ith a $1h7 against I the club for material store building on Brack St. North
    Ohio home nftci pli'i( dliini
    in theondi.n' ( n |Ib') l .utor" \ ,, t\.1 1 \1.111.,I I I I'\\alll', works, f party al (II" KlHHlnniCoif(; ,' mid 1 posts' us.'d I In irec'lng an ('IecIr' Kissimmee. H. C. Stanforil! 29-tI Ilent burnished flat, with
    + spent i it\ ,.I.I i\ .tin.i (0).1.) I. ItiounI lull \\'dnsday, night: In honor of A .. light: HIM 10 serve the club with modern ImprovementsHarris See W. B.
    Mr. and Mi-- Gogr( ; < \ l h. ".r f"' ? ', ,, ; '
    t tin. t t'i, \\ d.l i\ ," ..J""" A into "f Iha.tI' (.; ( niiinni' '. 'r and .1 L. Hoiof la. k l'glls 1 .\ 1 bill of 112 which wan In- ; FOIL SALE\ Marine pasol ne engine at Gazette office. leUI.OSTMasonlc
    (0., \\iie in I sty .1 nn\ill, < 1'1'1.1
    ley nlhor
    ,i thxiceK looking f"i I I f"" i '.,,,1 I \I I li, .i I ,r. I nil" 01 )hall. 1"rnll'' ) 'corn 'I'lustub \'. 1 Kin-sis: Here ' cliidid.. I In this amount was. found 3 cylinder 4 cycle, complete boat "
    they found ahsci l> (, nnd .. .\\.1, I' \ ..I II I" 'iu nuo,,.', 1" I'f", IIalprr.' (I'lande. llatper) (C. A ( aison, lo hi loi an 'Irclrlc l meter for use oftin I II. equipment, all in first-class condition I (chapter) emblem
    ,, for their )homeS t I.. "i Iii i' e In'" h0 t mold, III( library, J I J I 'I'u 1 ki r 'and \\.1. S. ai'... chit ,and Oils amount will be paid I Can b,> seen at Saunders'dock. "S" engraved on back ; return to 1'

    1 ( '. Ilninl of '/Id( K) ,oiiMlliRt '. ens ni, ..,. ,I Ih..) 'I'"nl. 'II"I i follo\\II''! new I i: l I.y III. club The 1 poles and wire are 161f Breaker & Barclay's office 16-lt b
    rioucl 'l'udll\| nn, ,I"" I s ,.,uld, ..I to the club.: lI"K.I : "II,.. stunt" h ing I to'H'P which rand, to I icmiiln' t II he property of' the city I
    1'.1'. I .(.. AlI, Iii, p., II: -. :-> rut out of the and t Inline mil, wiili added l 1 patronage from
    r MISM I lulu Young,; lift 1 '1"lid"i\ iv i .11. 1"\1 Pillar|" put on : The committee will report at the next of Its sewer lines, the old council adjourned -
    ,j! (Chaileston.. \11. .ilni, :" c'u'ts!" ''f'I., \ i III"J d''. 01 111 I '. : tin best \vcikls wash,, (the pnil IIOIIMI, in I Ibis H d lOll the l'OUlldl felt session of the council sine) die
    ; pU'nsnntlv x|><.nt 1 w'lh.I' I II. II.s' r ,iml. ii" II" \ \In 1' '''II.. \tut' Ilul"IS 1. l,''inir'! won bMis': ]Fern ('ism ufl'r, i t\ <1111' I huildniK of t' <. line at the The recently elected\ ( councilmen :

    f family Mesdaim: I I'hil", ,.hid, :--1"| ni I I'''" d.. I" " "J" ,it I \\11' trey vsoll whit'i ) "allll\:i 1.e.f i.e-KllllHMlts. ..i.e. sri 1\ :: (rll's\ i xpi'iisi' would prove a good Old OilliKll/ Session.When \\'. W Carrion, J. I\Voodbeck andJ.
    r ens ompfininf, hot) i ::0. I I.if n. 'uiy *i iInndo ll..... hr.. i ",.1\ Ihr }'rn'i: old d aid, as it WHS |just 1 heforel.aste: i iI J II5I.1111) rat the old council met for Its W Thompson, t the last two being

    y i and !Mis, Jmob, ll" ,', ol l'<'nn I In l S: all. tint, III' guuar, ]played H'1'1' \'- Adjoin, 'nini-nt was had to meet again tinin.liter, of gelling' the city Into present ('ou' 'llmen Krlbbs, May.
    sylvania axenue, lift \Vidm', lad : \ ul,) c i r" Mi.I,. \ ,air I tine musiciansMi in two weeks with Mrs. lies" : winter ntidr.frrred l I 1'rather Thompson\ and, Thomas, City' Mayor marshal, Oex W.Ov..ntr..t tt
    .. : '.'IHI/ "dl""llIl'd. <1 till \n', il! :!'lMi 1. DanielsMl, I "I I (mod( shop lairs next The new city
    morning/ for Jin, kson\'\ ill. It i1- their ') | Clerk! Gilbert !Mayor May, City In by the
    d intention to take in tin (d; A. 1C I iii- : ,' unit, ) :Mis" I I.: I I.. Rolf" of Ila\'n-| ) : ,'. and Mrs P. (;: \Vl'lIsho }ha\ I to the coming of the pressusso'lallo1 toiney Bryan and Marshal "At-I was also sworn
    campment and make II liltU. side t dip |ioit.' I la.: u ho hair, lie1* 'M spending' ; had charge of the l.adner' home this meeting' next spring Theounill mayor, as was J. H. Gilbert, as Uly
    two before returning' the wmti\" nt ". I 1'111' Haven" l lift 'luesd.iv \'i"I"r. .start Thursday for their homeat (' seemed" to favor anythingwhich The tlrst business of the evening clerk. }Y
    i( or F. Halshuch and wife, \ and Philip, \ misting/ fill (lair( northern, homehi Wallingford Vt. I' would Improve" the city's appearance after the reading of the minutes wasa When the new council was calledto

    Jacques, of \Daytona are xppniiing/ a ! r and I Mrs :Sample" and daughter Mr' and Mrs J. H. Hind mall. wh> In preparation, for the next communication from Mayor May order Councilman Thomas nominated s

    ." short time at the Nl'W1.:; .. Cloud. I :Mis\ loinev,, and two chililien, who have spent the past four months III tourist season asking that the council pass an or- Judge!; Krlbbs for preMlent cod ,

    On Thursday afternoon April 1 1.I 1.I 1. have 'tmsseel, a pleasant winter }here, our Wonder City, leave Thursday for Drainage QtieMlon. dinance prohibiting spitting upon the nomination was seconded by
    the Daughters of Veterans, numbering left \\lncsla\( ( morningfor their their home at Rockford III paved sidewalks, not only for looks' Councilman Thomuson The nomination -
    4 I : about forty, leathered at the G. A. K hum' lit I,a('rosse. Kan. Mrs Mae Mouser and Mrs Florence President Kr'bbs' opened the discussion sake, but from a health standpoint was carried by unanimous. J

    1 M, hall and tendered a reception to Miss I :Mr and Mrs J. A. P'rrinof Ha Mit7el, of Narcooaee, were callers at In regard to draining the Some of the councilmen were of the 't*

    t t 't I Louise Benson, of Oakland, Me, national totul III., who have been spending the St ('loud Monday northern section of KUsinimee. stating opinion that there was already such vote.The only business brought up at
    ... e color bearer No.2. After a winter with the Downeys) nt St. Pet- The New York Veterans' association I that the: work should be done an ordinance in existence but others the session of Tuesday night by the '

    ., pleasant hour with Miss Benson the ersburgstopped, off at St. Cloud Sat- met Tuesday, April 6, in Oak Crov- Home time and that now was a good including Mayor May declared there new council was the matter of the r}

    president, Ella P. Davidson, in behalf, urday .evening{ and visited with V. park, with l.'tfi: present Music, by the to undertake It because labor was none. The matter was referred bill of the Golf Club which has already ,

    of Mother Bickerdike tent, No. 1, presented ' Lennox I and family until ' C'I veteran fife and drum corps Address could be obtained at a lower price to the city attorney to draft an ordinance been mentioned
    Miss Benson with a beautiful 1II0rmnlr. when they started on by ('nl. John McKlroy, of Wasn luring/ the summer months. He was a" suggested

    'J' alligator handbag. Miss Benson leBponded homeward journey ington, 1l.I C. Mrs' I Dodge; had charge also In favor of doing the work to J. D. Woodbeck of the sanitary Daniel Kelley and Earl Capper, of

    In a very pleasant manner, S ('. Oltuway and wife left Tuesday of the following program for the social give einploj nient to men, at a time committee, reported that the sanitary West Palm Beach, were business visi- '
    after which dainty refreshments. were morning for their home in the hour: Violin" and banjo duet, when they needed it mowAt \. wagon was in bad shape and In needof tors )in Kissimmee on Wednesday. '

    served. Among the guests presentwere MOI'th. They arrived here I December Mr. Mcdill; and Mr. Worrill ; reading: the motion( of Councilman repair. They made -the trip here in Mr. Kel- e

    Mr. and Mrs. George Benson and 1. last, and !bought some property on "The Quarrel," Mrs. Fran..her; music, Thompson a committee of three composed J. H. Prather reported that thecemetery ley' Ford machine, leaving West
    it Thomas Tabor. which they lime built a home They I piano, cornet and banjo, Mr. and Mrs { of Counc'lmen Thompson, needed cleaning up and that Palm Beach at 10 o'clock and arrivinghere
    Mr. and Mrs. E A. faker, Providence are very much in love with, :St; loud; De-pc-w and Mrs. ElsIe linker; recitation and Woodbeck also needed at midnight Tuesday Mr. Kelley .
    Thomas was new gates were
    ;f a R. I I., are guests. of the New and expert to return next full. Mrs. )Dinves. ; song, by two little has many friends here having" 4. ,
    St. Cloud And have purchased prop- The 1 I'riscilla club met Friday, I girls. from :Tennessee; reading, "Mibs ('d 1 to take up the matter appot"-I Retiring City Marshal Tyson presented formerly connected with the Osceola j1

    erty and will probably make their March :26< with Mrs Harry (;OKS. A O'Mulligan's Bicycle Hide" Adjourned and go over the ground his report up to date After I Hardware company here. ;
    ri' home here in the future. large number was in attendance, and to meet first Tuesday. in May with city engineer. A profile and surveyof hearing!: this. report and agreeing to .
    a plan to drain this section Is already a bill presented by John M. Lee I who has been visiting V
    Mrs. Blrdsong.
    I I' F. C. Arbour, Tampa, is a St. Cloud after a brief business session, the Mrs Vender on Wisconsin avenue .
    "*" In the possession of the coun- for repairs in his sewer line causedby Mrs. Thomanon for the past two '1
    I .visitor this week meeting{ was turned over to the hostess Mr and Mrs. A- B. I Daniels left
    ; Mr. and Mrs. Levy Goodell left one I for the social hour. The guests. Wednesday morning} to attend the G. cil and this will be considered In connection an overflow which the council decided I' months left Thursday for her home

    ;l Monday for their home, Humboldt were given paper, scissors and hiring A. R. encampment at Jacksonville. with the committee's work. was due to faulty construction in West Point Ga. vH
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