Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: April 16, 1915
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00694
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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4} ,Rigid[Laws of, the legislature to bill NOW ; '.... 1t
pass a IS TIME TO GET STB AW. MURPIIY BUSY WELL INTO. aid in
Dealers Likelyto' Be Enact- placing the control of livestock and '
/ BERRY PLANTS. NEXT WEEK. Fair' ': ,'
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i of higher learning instead of,the state If you are a of the Oseeola With what Is probably the' largest ceola ; .RPQfpVHV::r\,
J1 Drys' ,to' ',Carry Out. Entire board off health.' The; bill;also has County Fruit and Truck Grower' association docket of case in its history the,Os urging: te "Buy-:
.;A 1 'Prograrot. j*k ii v n' *.. I provisions& for. a rigid. enforcement of -you are goingto'a big't\.h\ ceola county court has been In> sea* prepare
Iil,\",i &, r.v \ sections applying to tick eradications fry and field meeting at H.. Barrier* ion during, the present 'week :with other' ,. .
r At }:Informal meeting of several lace on Shingle creek. tomorrow Judge T. M., on 'th e ,bench. The fi T
t By d: +F.;.JOHNSON.)f 1 cattle men of Oseeola county this week It Saturday). There ia till enough business on handto Miss .. wJ W

Tallahassee.. April 14.=By a vote of these sections werethoughjo, be so This affair was decided upon at themeeting probably run the session well Into W> .. ': :, > ....'
:12: to 19 in the senatetpdcy the resolution worded as to upon of the association held last next week. Carr d.aaiteJ1"
for>the'am.nduient providing the cattlemen In this 'section wheN' Saturday. Every I'ember,4 the aso The majority of the criminal cases The ,
''statewide prohibition was killed, it reouiring there is so much open range.:' I' elation is expected to spend the day which numbered 8Om.thlneUke forty ; "i ..rt"....::tha
at this meeting and to bring with him broughtabout It can In.
rt votes to Pat Johnston named as1 were "blindtiger" charge
twenty-one' pass.1'ht.e was a committee ., ,, ,
hours war consumed in debate of. one to read the bill more his wife or lady friend. The growers through the crusade againstillegal ,. the big v J;
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'of.the'lIueation before packed lobby carefully and to draft a resolution of plan to make the event %enjoyable. liquor sellers by County Prose.cuter has .
one as well u a profitable one. : W. B. Crawford who, with the .' A' of qA 1'
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.of'spectators. There was no demon protest will be signed and sent
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; ,; 'the result was announced. to Tallahassee.In The fish fry will occur at midday help of Sheriff Ingram' has.been relentlessly the ; i: ,
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't6 The measure passed the house regard to the bill, the Hon. C. A. while the men will spend the mom pursuing those suspected of charge : "' 'get' the,
,i1// Ing and afternoon in studying how selling whisky in of the law. hiblts ,, ." rates .
:; ..te.terdarby: a vote of 68 to }4.. . Carson has written the following I violation " -
best they Improve their truck There also :"
> -. Those.voting forsubmission were) latter. may were some'fourteen civil ; "
+ :.''Adkina?' Fifteenth district: Butch -April 8.. 1915.; farms or orroves. It Is expected that cases: to be disposed of. I desired ;' ." ,
r '"Twenty-first district; .Brown, Twenty Hon. C. F. Barber, the attendance will be large.' The court adjourned''over..Wednes ange : A. Car- "'v '
,,, .' ninth .district; Cooper.,CTwenty-Sev McClenny Fla The meeting held last Saturday at day afternoon.in deference to- Attorney peaches ; 'ct fi
..\' I the city council chambers busiedit- ,R. C. Johnston because .of r'the of excnr*
tteetb'dietrict/ ;.. Doncgan, Nineteenth Dear 'Sir;-I am in receipt or si ,
'In-net. Drane Seventh district,Forty tatter from G. L. Willoughb enclosing self principally] with routine matters. funeral of his brother, but'resumed from, ....,'' fbr;: ; '
Twenty-fourth district; Green, a,draft'of a bill .,.concerningliveStock BAuIabsence of the president, S. sessions on Thursday.. :' there '
Thirtieth district Hudson Thirteenth which will probably be intro-- chair was taken by I Among the 'cases disposed, or were the : 0' >.
district;'IgouTwenty-third:, district; duced in the legislature at an early Bv E.. Evans, county demonstration the following: changed .lttbf''''''' ",
,P "JLlndsey ThIrd. diatrict4 ,MeEachern, date. agent.It was announoedLthatnow4stbVtiinerfarsecur .Willie<%ett and Bob ChetCchargeo! are Oala't i,
4qr 'Twenty-second JMcGeschey, ', rPlease p wltm -td'sayrara rasa: mother strawberry with illegal sale of liquors Inform* tie .lted our
plants for the runners-for fall setting. tion.. quashed, account-of priw ; |; '
FintT-district;? Middleton Twenty l>er of the committee! on legislation on Imperfection advise 'U'
,sixth district; Plympton.' Twenty of the State Live Stock association, Clark Howell and S.:T. Fansler. the and new information filed.itsHenryj . It is .. for>
., that I two successful strawberry growers, ; Gauldlng, arrested on the be put' : ou.t;
.fourth district;Roland,Twese n. thlnkjthere are some) wry grave, T jI.
+ district Stringer. .Ninth district; Tiyxell JAUtakes. 1B this bW.1.I....:r> Twentieths and .Watson,Sixth Intha first place,.I am AU nrtvbr for all those-who4 desire.them.3: information filed: : 't.Usti. dlaplav.-ConUnnd'T : i" '
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district. .v-- **" */ of removing Uv. stock from ,tfl*' Those. '-sgalnst'aubmissloa: : trol of ,the,.tate,board of health.'I : sale of whl.ky.-.ea. 11001e pressed 011 testing , ,
were Caolkins Farris; Gornto, Hlmes, think, ;is'Just.now where:It Mffht NOSEDSWJUJSE.SENT; : >. motion 'of prosecuting attom.y. be-. nent' /ei4NeIy'. f
JohnstonJones..''McCleUan. ,' Roddn- to band: where it'ought.t* ltmaim -case of lack of Yidence to eonYi to show ; < ,la....
It I would be serious O'Neal charged with taking The: :)& I *
Wills. ZIm. President a mistake/M.Wy :
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Davis Tote was necessary'to: defeat opinion, ,"to do otherwise.' ,.::.',. ;:.." aUTOF'000NTY; or ,using. temporarily animal 'ef. an.. name : .K
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the resolution Senator.onr d was 'Second the bill Is not dj-ajsj- snlt .. other, case.nolle pressed-forlack; of upon a f: .
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Senator Blitch'changed- his cols an lannounced ed in states like New;' for other, :In 'another';' column the arrival of against. R., H. Ludlam;'D. 0. If '....a
that he might'ask fpr.re* states where there are jUrfew cattle the garden seeds sent by former Congressman . HcKayand H. G.. Salver; for failure who z S.r W
(}!'consideration-but five men who-voted >wned by .*..bdlri .and .where I/Engle is noted. to secure license to do business, nolle products' ; '' /rg. ;"F
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ed'in' a fair,fight' and.dont favor r** however are VUlM H B't' in Florida.: been received from points all over the the ,,
: consideration' This: appears to I end There' i. mucmHElVsnge I all over country.-one coming from'Brooklyn John and Sellers. -Thompson,'eharJrao rooms
the qaestion,for this session. south FloridsviiMMVw industry N. Y,.and another front.Cuba., '_Mo. ed with J assault and battery, cases definite '
",,Senator Conrad;; of.the Twenty is most impv> nOTt' seeds will.be sent.'outside of-Oseeola nolle proved for lack of eighth di.triet11 ana has'Hot been '.How'are you going to regulate and county, how.v.rt' and tide'noticer is I These cases wercr-handed' down' fcy the Those, ..., ,,tv
,'3n attendance on this session.. : :: compel: dipping of live stock: for ticks given so,that others may tknowrwhy circuit court. products UMt be
Both'houses'conyened a\10 o'clock, where there Is so much open range I tie seeds are aot tent. y 4F; ;:l;;: >Jim Watson charged with attemptIng 11' by .. -.''' "' ot g ,t
snd attar .th.--Intr: duc on'ot 'eleven cannottconceive.* 'In this part of the to enter the place of business of Carson : < t
'billsutheh;. ouse"'adjourned: at 11 state sections 20 and 21.;would absolutely J. w{ Lilley'was a, 'vieito1to.. .San"tord A. Ju Wita-;tried and acquitted.', .* .. hibits oa.awial'
P >o'clock,' the'.hour set for the.prohibit destroythe industryand.! conIscate on Monday, Henry' Gaskins;; et al, charged In name f Jleridaa 5 ;ti, ;
'tion' amendment to .become r,a special many hundreds of thousands of two cases with transporting hogs notinspected The ; .**< 'Mr.,: ; ,,
,order ln-th. senate. dollars' worth of property. ' .... ................... ... or continuedto .,have : !traBd\' l sK '
,{ 'i"rwft" aty:fonr*Bills.. in Senate. Of course th.retoret I am very = .. ulr' term 'reeord8db'l' consent'of'' of' stock
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u ,much'opposed. to those features of it."BUILD . BRYAN PUTS UP BILLS.. attorneys, made up "-;-In'', _
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order was taken up. The debates on NOW" MOVE > Bryan introduced three O''' .Huckelby. charged with trespass, : a
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the prohibition question lasted three O,bills today, one relating to ..draln.p O' the method. Best' .; the sale, y
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sen-ate, IS STARTE'HERE 4 ment of game and fish; one to *1 Jason'' Howard, charged with the given r : l y"Pst.. a'" ,, ; 4
., on both sides of the'question. .. 4 prohibit fishing in certain O.i illegal sale of liquors case continued ) ; ..*; '*.* F..
," ''. "* Probably ,th. most remarkable I .ceola county lakes and provide 4O : to July: term by consent of attorneys. priHt Best' >> port Cat--.a.- ... s
;:speech, against submitting the amendment I county, fish ,license ia .0aeeola.1 L. if Jones, charl'fllwlth operating t"-- r 'i'
The,"BaUd Now"1 movement has given. ;: : e*;
Senator Johnson, of the
; was by county 1 a baggage :wagon without' a license, br. *' wfc '.
Seventeenthdistrict.Hi.opposition:: .started her of the + priM, .* ''':'
of that Yellow Pine.Lumbr'company, which + J Continued;; on ,5)Bey ) Best '' ; :: ;; *.).<..' '"" ,,', 'u
.; .was on the grounds prindple .... .... O'" .. O ,page ._ ,' '
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;l Secutlon. and unless the question to those .who' will build or repair ff *fUfui0nmuuufim' m. p o"' ** -, -'-- ? -, third ; : s< .
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,' within the next thirty days. .Best : .... 101'w "
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measure would not remedy the matter, :a It-will. pay,those who,wish to takeadvantage 'Scout Movemenijs given : 'b*,'fu.J'" ,
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i local sentiment against liquor:and s.- oIthelr'oll'er; ; read their : prize, $1 ; ; : j' -af! R
.']oon. being necessary,to enforcement; advertisement which is printed inthisssue. :-'t : -". Best ..*.. t.' t +i [1
;:" Why"HImesi Opposed 'It '7.,. Look it up and note the prices, :.Organized In.simmee:! given b of/'.the' ;,. '
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offered for their goods. a r' prize. .
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\yb. was known through th* press.to be f-jOw: AroettlUacjWi; and? sales First official ate p...looking"totheorganisation ; ed by B.Ilb'' NvansR.v. S. W.T.aw. by1' : : -JI.! .." .1 i
SL local?optlonist.. and t as such was manager 'of Witherspoon Bros. Shoe of a BoT-Scout troop in. ler.'and P.,K. Weaver the election' of prize. $ } : 'I( ", .f' I

Y elected by a good majority.. ,,His Tote Manufacturing'.' Co.._ Sumter":;/. C.. Kissimmee-wer tauol' at a!meeting the necessary.:, officers began.- :' *.*tJ[; ",Be.t.o. :t>. fet-. ,, I;; ,
was her this .wee calling, on-. the., held Wednesday'afternoon;in i the office The election resulted as follows f j jt. ,_ '\ \ \.;r'
Continued. en.fa[ d S! : Family Sha'Stor.. .. jt' *- of'Prof.' R:1:: M..;Evans..' President/Raw 8. W. Lawl9rJ .Tlc --; :: : : ft) d.i. h ;fMiss
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< ': :, 'ii "', handle organized and named officers to ,; !Scout commissioner, B. E..Evans.',,! Agnes" Ellen, Harns i 4 ; '
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the work and 'application. Scout mastery P. J'W-nt.r: assisttantscoot ; : ": t'1
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i4. Weekly feting '7'ongli '/the"Boy Seouta.fo. recognition Sam.'.J..... Lupfer. and another ',to; hi To, Deliver L tat&f : :
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ftN .\ ,. citizens and Is,.. follows* tjp S..Nson !- : Court of honor JOhJl'N.'IAe-'AJJ.; '"
'r ., .. : ,J..;L. .Overstreet John'.M.' Lee, Nelson, Dr. T. M:* Rivers; C. W.Dann, . if r / :;''
('Thn klssimm**' j Board 'i.-rd barbecue.: 'he'eomooittie.ltvllllloonbe ; I : Rev. ..\. M. Chl.bol'tJ.! : M. Willson. and,C.WI* Griffin.' ' '. . Miss,:Agnes Ellen \.Harris; a; this work-in' 'thecurriculum" ;' ,. *-. ,r :: 1f +
>eets tonight at the council chamber I appointed fbr"-this affair and already 1r.,''!II < tanford ,WJB: -Ham }'Di', >' Ex.cutivnvcommittee :JJ'M.: ,:WilN I ber'of: the 'faculty "of.the. : local' ,schools narrl1heN: : *.be';*t-+ ;; ;f i4 r

It,what,wlU'be-.therst'meeting o( c surrounding cities, and-'towns' T, MRlvers, q W>D nn''C.W. brit* son .jr.;" Prof,a R,-. M..,EvaneaS. H, SUM ''Cone ."forWbm*D'; at' Mia, iriHJ in ;p'
-. tohold weekly sessions.rThis are planning to com here....a.bodyto'help fln,'E N.ugie/B.. E.:.; R* M. Bullock & 'club : : "
h* new plan .,W":'H.Jones and S. Ii.l Lupfer. b a..e.and stat agent for: ; :
decided at'the ''celebrate 'Thejboard-of Evans,' P.i Kt ReY'. ,S. 'W, ; county ;""
-, 'plan,was upon us ; Weavers dlHraUona[ '
Secretary, and, treasurer, .C, \.E; ..
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neetine/of last j Thursday" and ':is' a !trade needs the help and counsel-of Lawler >R ri W, ,,5BJ&& WItherspoon, Yowell.' ning ; ''
.art. of the program to keep the iron every,citizen in this-movement." ' Congressman W.,J. Sears J. W. Pren- bItwas' the auditorium of the high work;as, t. I ;. W
during the. summer in devising Plans for the first Fair- Day, whichpromises tis, Lewis O'Bryan'J. Wader ,Tucker ; decided" ;use.the constitution : next''Monday *venin* at 8' ': ; county . ,* *' ., 'J
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Irays.and means' to keep Kissimmee .'.to'-bring'hundreds: of visi W. C. Bass, c. E. ,Yoweli;.Represen- and by-laws suggested in 'the whlcn'erybodr In the city: I. ... vdemonstration//
will discussed ..C.- Senator A E. scout.masters-book furnishedy,the Especially parents' invited bald on ih. court boos fi
i and.doing' thlags! tomake, for a tore to the city be ,and tativr N. Bryan; : '
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... national -organization and the presi tend this lecture.t : from 10a.tn, noon Iti
ore prosperous and progressive tity. further arrangements wS. > Donegan, C.'A- Careen IL S. ''Geiger I ,
brilliant .. ArmMmntsT
dent .vice-presidents'' were given. Harris is a 3 to 6 p. : ;
Tonight: every matt: who believes in How Kissimmee may get more tour M.Jt&ta'-E. Lt-Lesley: S. H.iBullockr I Miss ,', .
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imm";,..,'WhO *want.'_to lend Bis )istsL more .homeseekers '*nd. settlers W... : .'Mar Rev.'A.;J. i authority!to make'such'revlsiou'asdeem.Q..ceesary an eloquent speak r., 8lae has" 'made. so',that school'' tail
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whG..ta.to:...T' a soy invher. will com_upfordi.cnulon.: ," (ir, Holt ;, r. A'majorityof ' condi. presence ;
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Fairs should be in atUndaac': **."-, ,,:How ''XIaW1a 'way keen r* those named .t ecfth."C \\t.. ; vat some of the most lhuseen.; those dwnonste... ?.
f Among the many things eo.aMi.. up the public >. both iD..smToSt of the. held Wednesday.;: .Profs& .M;'.... "i :'Active'.work-among"'; '" the'b'I s;iwfll{ public apeakro.' She will hv at. Ilk.Cloud. n .
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Lfont the;meeting ""**: "u" ._ : : stes* will a&o I4.re4I , acted Srfi tempojrary cbiInnaa.and P. not.,begin ,until, tIN .ap aetioii t has : April ern t.. . a
[PUns to park the .. ''....., aboutdepot' > ,.....' b.this.. sab 'ter- K.!.,Weaver .. seueUty tsx....... ban abted upon. by the strttoMt eow ; ir April' U "frOiII
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about this, .he on handout .... .. ... .yea : "te Altea theoiet .mL W. Prt' lfasrvWv( i:, ; -pq LII'cr : ,
bt in meeting.W'): -::," =, Jw"1'1',1'" if. s f It Maal.elsra0w ....t: *, r+*lk JH* .. .* M aa=:: to ....... -* --

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4 THE 'KISSIMMEE VALLEY ;.GAZETTE ..! ,\ ," . FRIDAY,. APRIL, 16. 'I' s\\

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.,I' AMONG: THE IN RUNAWAY ACCIDENT NAME-'IS\ A MISTAKE '

,,' By CLAUDE F. 4OHN8ONSpecial I Pensacola.-Six torpedo boat destroyers to the new corporation as toon as-thi
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'iI' of the Valley Gazette. is perfected. Plan an '
I RfopftlM'lltathe comprising the reserve division organization If
arrived here last week and being formulated construction of Miss France. Langston, teacher of Quite a number of'person. In Kls-i,. }

v., that he will be a candidate for re- anchor. The vessels are a modern docks and terminals at.thii. the seventh grade in the Osceola High slmmee and Osceola county have com' s
". '. VTallahassee'' Fla., April 14.-(SpecUl !- election. It is almost certain that drop of those which came here from point and an effort will be madetx school l, suffered a broken leg last Fri- mented 'upon the change in name of w
r' to the KUsimmee Valley Gaxette.)) Lewis, internal revenue collector Guantanamo and are to be followed locate--factories on the property: Th< day afternoon. the result of being Taylor'screek, which runs through ;
,-The member of the legislature have Hayes Jacksonville, will oppose by others, according to an announce- several owners are amoneJackson! thrown from: a buggy when the horse the lower end of the county-and which'la ;
,-'\", up to this morning: Introduced a total at Wilson and W. V. Knott, ..thopreR..nt ment of the navy department. ville's most prominent business men. ran away. located on the Florida East, C ..t.'
'
f vl four hundred and twenty-four bills, Cephus Miss Langston was riding with Mrs. ''rallway'l new line to Okeechobee. ,.t,
a'' t and only one has been finally passed comptroller, in the gubernatorial Miami.-Judge Branning has sen- Marianna.-The board of managers Conrad Bryan when the horse they The railroad, in its literature, ia
t and signed by the governor. Thii campaign. tenced John Ashley\ to' pay the death of the Florida Industrial School for i were driving became frightened near calling this creek; Onoshohatchee, ,f: *,

+ one bill enacted validates a special I Senator Lindsey has asked that the penalty for the murder 6f DeSoto Boys met in this city in the regular i the school house. The animal was river in order to give it an Indian Q
road and bridgedistrict in Manatee Seminole Indian, for whichhe monthly meeting. Four of the live The creek was named originally
i, laws be amended so that the Tiger, a frightened by a child suddenly runningin name. kl
x + county, end the bonds authorized by game lines collected shall become a rural was convicted by a jury in the members of the board were present, front of him as they passed the in honor of Zachary Taylor, because t';
'" election held in that county last Dade court. including Messrs. W H. Milton, chairman lurch that of the famous fight he foughtin i '
:? an school fund. This ibll is now in the county school. He gave a sudden '
d Marianna; J. C. Lanier, secretary this section against the Seminole }
month. jerked the buggy into the ditch at the
Q Tuesday the house took up the prohibition j hands of a committee.Senator Quincy.-Sheriff Gregory, of Quincy Jacksonville; J. H. Sherrill, Pen roadside and threw the occupants to Indians. The battle, which took place h

emrnoment, and after argument Hudson introduced a bill returned a few days ago from Val- sacola. and A. F. Turner, Tampa th-3! ground. Mrs. Bryan escaped with near this creek was one by both, sides of the question and it has been favorably reportedon dosta, Ga., having in charge one Luther John {High, of Jasper, was absent. I only'a few minor bruises. Miss Lang those fought in the Indian wars *

a vote was taken and resulted in the to empower the internal improve- Williams, alias Buchanan, wantedin ston was carried to the home of Mrs. and some 3,500 or 4,000 persons took
resolution being passed 66 to 14. This ment hoard to establish demonstration that county on a charge of murder. Tampa.-Fatally of injured stick of by premature Bryan and will be removed to her part It occurred late in the year ,
the senate is expected to lands. This is Williams! shot and instantly killed explosion a dynamite 1837 early in 1838.
; morning farms on state in t home at Chipley as soon as she is ableto or
take action the resolution having been intended to allow the immediate establishment George Taylor, another negro in Gadv- while he was his engaged farm tract blowing ten up travel. She will not likely be ableto It is a gpeat mistake to take the
order for 11 o'clock. the Ever- den county several weeks ago. stumps on some of this famous Indian fighter
in
':; I made a special of farms miles north of the city, Michael M return to her classes this year and name
I N. C. Bryan, representative from glades. - of old died in I Mrs. Bryan is filling her place. who afterwards became president of
i I Osooola county, who is chairman of ,,. Qlearwater.-Mayor Jeffords Quinlan fifty-eight years the United States, from the stream
feels : second Friday in Clearwater, suggested at a recent a local hospital. The accident occurred I
the house temperance committee Farmers Day-the SILVER SALAD SET. near which he battled, Some steps p.
elated over the quick work of gettingaction I October each year-i to be made a meteing of the city council that all in the Citrus Park neighborhood. should be taken to compel the railroad 1,
.1 on the measure so early in the legal holiday by a measure introducedby paving contractors be required to nave Qinlan's left arm was shattered, his An Austrian silver salad set i is one to restore the original name to y
<;- session. The committee reported the I Senator Blith. This bill has been all sidewalks of abutting property left eye blown out and he was other- of the few importations from this this stream. "

r !i \& resolution favorably within a few I given a second reading and will pass. when carrying on their work and not wine most shockinglyinjured.. I' country of late. It is of heavy ster- ,'--
hours after it was referred and the to be honored by hav- allow them to become broken. This ling silver, beautifully but simply fascination
The farmers are the Jacksonville.-After a long illness, The war seems to have a c
li i ., fight\ on the floor lasted only an hour I ing a legal holiday, along with of suggestion Clearwater will and be adopted it will by mean city the Dr. R. P. Daniel died at his residence, marked and, and fork there of the is an same asparagus design. for girls in Russia, as no less than \

and a half.Immediately. others. It has been remarked herein the No. 1320 Hubbard street, Saturday spoon Boo of them have already run awayin
saving of much money to property : In detail the pieces are exam-
after the vote was, the capital that soon every day in owners who suffer from the work of night. He is survived by his wife ples every of the best of the silversmith's boy's clothing and tried. to enlist ,,;;;fin
had
taken and the house adjourned the year' will be a holiday.A I the contractor who breaks the and by his son R. Bowen Daniel, of the army. 11
paving art.
friends of Carey A. Hardee announced Aguilar, Col.! Dr. )Daniel was one of .
that the speaker would, without bill has found favor in the sen- sections. the oldest citizens :of Jacksonville, There are five persons to each houseon
tr doubt, become a candidate for governor ate to provide for watchers at all Tampa Mrs. Jennie Diaz, the white j having been a resident of this city for an in Ireland. N

elections held in the state. This woman under sentence of life imprisonment over seventy years. He was born average Great Opportunity ,t
I II
5 signed by Mrs. Minnie measure is to be an amendment to for the murder of Francisco August 19, 1828, being over eightysixyears I )
'p A telegram the Bryan primary law. from the of when he died. Il-a -
Moore Willson, of Kissimmee as president Ruiz and who escaped county age practiced I
.1
t FOR
I + I' jail ten days ago( l by sawing through medicine in this city for the
J of the Auduhon society, was bill has THE
'i, N reoeived by Representative Bryan, I A comprehensive publicity officials steel bars, was recaptured last Friday greater part of sixty years, and was Q RAYSTONE i
the state
', been circulated among in house in West Tampa, not fur ,recognized as the dean of the medicalprofession
of the a :
,+, protesting against the passage this week, that would put a tax U
death in this state. I.f.-
has also from where she shot Kui/ to CATTLEMENFOR
';: anti-buzzard bill. A letter of from $5! to $100) on every tract of . - .
f ;'r t been received here by many senators :I land offred for sale in the state, and last July. Tampa.-)Death was the penalty

.', i Ij and representatives from the force evry person, firm or corporatoroffering Pensacola.Pensacola has thrown meted out by Mrs. Walter S. Mcl.auKhlin I. .. TWIRMAR, "'I,. R. D. rflmi. Hit.
t i United States department of agriculture any lands for sale to have the off the Savannah domination and be'onlt's Sunday morning to Ethel
.t...'' ; which recites that the buzzard same registered with a state board ofpublicity a free and independent naval clue. whom she claimed\ had taken LEASE.
4 r is only one of the many agents that filed and fees paid. ( | Open 'Year RoundC.W.GR1FF1N ,"
plats stores port. By this is meant that h..r husband's love. A single shot thatnerced Sealed applications will be received -
rtf" '" spread hog cholera. However, the I All advertising matter proposed to be I'ensacola prices will rule in the sale the woman's heart, was firedy until noon. May 1,
1 anti-buzzard bill was this. morning reported circulated for the sale of Florida lands of turpentine and rosin along the Gulf; > the jealous wife as her rival stood I .: 1915, upon a splendid almost d:
'"1., ,: favorably by the committee onr' I is be by this board, or willno to McLaugh- -------
. to approved coast, and Savannah quotations Ilt the telephone talking solid body of about 10,000 acres )
health. I rather by the executive officers of the longer have a hearing on I the salt m. Mclaughlin, standing at the I in beautiful Taylor's creek district i.1(

., Among the promising freakj{ legislation board. This i is, one of three bills that of the product of that territory. lelephone in the Bronx saloon heard -watered by that creek and
introduced during thepast I have been introduced along the lines the shot and as he dropped the receiv- Fish slough in southeastern Os ;t
,t r that was lof The first one 1'ensacola As a result of a five- God is
bill to prohibit cork providing publicity. 'r, exclaimed, "My someone ceola county. This is undoubtedly -
week
l i v'; was a have the of of his daughter, l hy> "
University
of animals This i purposed to day suspension I hot there. McLaughlin formerly I one of the very choicest
'j' 1 i fights or fights the any anti-bull fight hill, Florida handle the work along practically Prof. I H. B. Lane, of the Pensacola- wed in Kissimmee. tracts of land in the .IaleownI ,
: was known as proposed the school, R. C. V. Smith, brought Staple and FancyGROCERIES
..".. but it met sad fate in committee the same lines by high ---- I will fence if desired.
a Another bill referred to above The other was suit for f"OrO<> <> against Professor Lane St. Pt'tt'rsburl-.orge; James was Generally' speaking this tract
t .J and was reported unfavorably. the idea of a newspaper man, and was and the three members of the Kscanibia I
i'v: /1{ 4, measure was introduced offering for to prohibit sale- I to have headquarters at Jacksonville. county board of public instruction. special officer, and C. W. Varnejioe, I Township 35, Range 34, Osceola ..(
I the selling or Either of the plans would put the I Mr. Smith alleges that his daughterwas his alleged\ confederate, was ca 1' .*.1 i iny I' county.
caw i of any lame or crippled horse, or ox, I executive officer in a position to humiliated by the school principal the officer as, it is alleged\ they i
the Further particular on reque"I
;. but this bill failed to please committee r-I I i her education interrupted and were attempting to break into the
firm
,
or
fuse to
4/ f who gave as a reason for an any person caused. her of Mrs. E. K. Furney, on Tangerine I
unfavorable report that there was a tion the right to sell lands. much mental anguish parents house I Free Delivery to all Parts Hunter Land Co.
I I because of the act of the school avenue. Strickland had charge .
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law .;anima rohibit persons working a principal. The matter had its of the Furn t""X. and that if it was ,
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,a lame possible COUNTY MEDICAL I tion several weeks ago when of the owner. .
to sell such crippled horses the inc..p-I' ,
-- t
I ,m; Smith failed 1 to puss in one
not interfere sale of the
law should" studies and was told that St. Petersburg.The,

i i' 'A bill has found favor in the committees ASSOCIATION MEETSThe i rules French.Tall..hasRe.Tht'she.. must drop the study, of Chautauqua$!!1,000( has caused hotel no for little more discussionhere than .:ir 'N> 4 'SMs 04000400---x-.'<{-wu.{.{-}fi{-0->,fi}0-00:::"''<--ooQoo'-x-o

fl'R' of both houses to authorise and there are many who think it I

rt the boards of county commissioners to -- ---- I Leon Packing Co., indicates a renewed activity in the I I

i employ a county farm agent arid to Osceola County Medical of Tallahassee, has (given away more real estate market to begin soon. The Just ReceivedNew
'
appropriate money for salary, this ciation held a meeting last "' u"Ro-1 than a million tomato plants to farm hotel, which is situated at Fourth'
!' work to be carried on in cooperationWith night in the city council chamber ers of that section. This was done to street and First avenue, north, is oneof i r
the federal department of agri- which was well attended. Dr. M. J. induce the farmers to raise, tomatoes the most popular in the place be- !

i ) culture (Hicks, resident of the asso- for the canning .'It in that city. cause of its desirable location. "Dr. Line of :
,
preside Frank A. Wilcox is the purchaserand j
+ N. C. Bryan, of Osceola county, ciation, Fort Pierce At enthusiastic the for 1
Dr. George M. Dunn a newcomerto an he has leased property '
I prepared a bill to amend theamehas the city, was unanimously electeda meeting of a number of Fort Pierce the summer. 1 ,RrYr CoquellsAutogoggles a )
which provides for the prohibition -
laws
farm holders held recently ,
the property
of organization.
member
1 of killing", deer and Wild turkey taken for the Marianna.-W. A. Lewis, for many CYfS
elected dele- preliminary steps were '
".. .J'. fora period of five years and that the Dr.to C.the L. state Hyatt medical was association erection at an early date of a large year a prominent figure in this coun- \\ and );
game warden shall recieve one-half of gate be locatedon and section died Saturday of cancer -
; packing house at Viking, to
rt : which holds its anual meeting in De- ty T '
*, an fines and penalties collected in Hicks the railroad which is being .constructed after an illness of many months.
Dr nam-
12.
1' Land on May was Kilglare .II
office.
the county in which he holds' connected beinga .I
; Ej ed first alternate. on the farms tract. For this He was prominently ,
f ( ) ./ In addition County game for a as purpose an association of the groweri brother of H. H. Lewis, collector of I :- .,
,,1 2.I:; t'' alary; for the wardenof will be formed and incorporated, the internal revenue and of Amos E. Lewis -. Motor

r ,,,.I.r.'>(.t f..: .' $2 per day during: the open hunting MAYOR FINES THREE building to be erected and operated on member of the legislature from I I. Goggle8We
season, such salary to be paid out of the mutual or co-operative plan. Jackson county, and of E. C. Lewis,
!.ii.' the fine and forfeiture fund. postmaster at Marianna.
': S Hastings.-Kettle & Townsend of
; By a special: act passed in the senate FOR AUTO SPEEDING Hastings, received a telegram a few 'Arcadia.-Arcadia is preparing to I aeEVerythjngjntheOpHCILineLet
I'
11- Tuesday the city of Fernandina is days ago announcing that this year's show her neighbors; of Manatee coun-
.. permitted to expend money on hand I Hastings' potatoes had brought seven ty the tirrre of their lives at the big
,, for the construction of a street railway I I Mayor II. R. May in mayor's court dollars and fifty cents and six; dollars celebration Scheduled for Wednesday, x Us Show You
t \ ) line from Fernandina to a beach Tuesday morning heard three autospeeding and fifty cents for first and second April 21. Indications are that th..rewill
q ''II'JII<<; resort known as Amelia Beach. So cases. grade respectively.. This price was be the biggest crowd ever congre-

:.I :! far as can be learned this will be the i The three men brought before him paid in Philadelphia by Townsend & gated in Arcadia on that date, and
4 only municipally-owned street car line I on order of Marshal Overstreet were Company, for potatoes raised by WaIter Arcadia will have to bend every en-
f in the state. The town of Fernandina' Max Croxton, Don Seaver and W. A. Atkinson, of l Federal Point. ergy to take care of and entertainthe COLE JEWELRY COMPANY I IOO
came into the limelight last year by Gregory As it was their first offense ..- many visitors of her sister coun-
installing a municipal ice plant. I I and they stated that they were only Live Oak.-At a recent meeting of ty, Manatee. 26 Broadway H. E. Cole, Manager
i h ( i il' testing out cars Mayor May made the I the directors of the Live Oak bank and
t A bureau of vital statistics is Senator provided fines only $T and costs each/ but warned the Citizens' Bank of Live Oak, those West Palm Beach-The county com- 0040*OOO "M- 4"C"9-W O O OtO Oooooooooooooo
( for in a bill introduced by May 25 as
d'- them that they must not repeat the two strong institutions were consolidated missioners have designated
l Fogerty today. This measure I be known the Live the day on which the voters of Palm .__ ._ .
to -
.r offense under penalty of a more severe into one as -- ---- -- --- -
r will prescribe duties of physicians and I Oak-Citizens' Bank. The business for Beach county will decide on an $800-

v $' purses as well as undertakers and Mayor tine. May says that he intends to the present will\ be conducted in the 000 bond issue for good roads and C. A. CARSON President. N. C. BRYAN. Secretary.
city and county officials. It is intend- the work The sentiment throughoutthe
enforce at all times the ordinances Live Oak Bank building, but bridges.
ed that the births and deaths of the the Citizens' Bank county would indicate that the
and Marshall Over- of remodeling
I
speeding
entire state shall be tabulated and against The own- The Waters & Carson
street is on the lookiut for violators. building will begin soon and it will bonds will carry. 'property
( filed with the state board of health. be converted into an up-to-date bank- ers are all anxious for good roads,
Many Incorporated towns have ordi- I ing house. while the Stuart contingent is especially -
nances on their books requiring local U. S. OFFICERHEREFROM in favor at the issue, as it will '
a,; reports on vital statistics, but many Jacksonville.-Plans are now under provide a bridge Across the St. Lucie
1 of those do not enforce their laws. way for the development of the tract river at Stuart.Pens.cola.Charles. Grocery Company 4
I Under the proposed law it will become THE RIVER of land on the riverfront known as
4 1 the duty of every physician DOWN Commodore's Point. The land is located Dees, and Pris-
I" undertaker city and county offrelaimentioned on the river at the eastern end I cilla Majors, the whte.n and woman ,
in the bill to file\ the reports of what would be Forsyth and Bay held as suspects in the case of Milton Wholesale and Retail Dealer in

;, regularly and accurately. Capt. John M. Cook, United States I streets if they were extended. The Clopton, charged with murder
i. ,. inspector in charge of the Kissimmee owners have decided to organize a new were released. The coroner could not
; A committee has been called for in valley improvement work, was in the to be known as the Commo- connect either with the death of Clop- GROCERIESoOooOooOo k'
the house to investigate the advisability city this week, having made the trip dore's company Point Terminal company. The ton, they proving to his satisfaction
} of establishing a state printing up on Captain Johnson's boat, the owners of the various parcels of this that they had nothing to do with the
1 office, after conferring with the administration Lilly. tract of land will deed their holdings man's murder, if he was murdered. I
0.. officials and obtaining The improvement work in the Kis
of ,tlfeif\ RCd* and what it costs the state simmee valley is progressing nicely 0004000060000000 + oOooOo + + + + + + + . .
r I''t' ,to have the work done by contract. and Captain Cook says that some 500 I 000000000000000000000000000.0000000000000000000000000WE O 0 0 O

.. tit There is a strong sentiment in thecapital tons of native hay has been grown in.! SELL FOR LESS...CASH IS KING 0 WE SELL: O O WE BUY: O
t" )ti> { : for the -establishment of a this section. 0 O 0 O

,5.r, ; \',? (tat* printing plant. The Lilly brought up about 500 HAY O O p
boxes of oranges to be shipped from 0 0 + IIIDES
# v I, '. p J.i $'be new charter: bill for Fellsmere Kissimmee and several bales of native Mary Janes and Baby Dollsfor 0 GRAIN 0 O O 4
c 4 $< : in the senate today, .
,.c ; was introduced grass hay. 0 FURS OO
: \\t. t d.f 'and will be given speedy passage. 0 FERTILIZERS 0
'. _\. t': 'I'be charter for Fellsmere was pre DIRECTORS MEETING. Babies Misses and LadiesWe 0 O WOOL O E
4- j' \1. pared by P. A. Vans Agnew, formerly 0 SHINGLES O O O li a
p I n ." ,'of Kissimmee, and is said to be they The board of directors of the Kis- 0 0 O AND O -
in all size
,' rs r ' ''.4, ;most unique as well.a the most up- simmee Golf club will hold a meeting have these popular styles 0 ORANGE BOXES O .

'. "),.s.. 'to-date charter ever_ presented in a I at the club house this evening at 8 Absolutely best values on the market. 0p ALL O
\:
W ' 'Florida legislature. Woman suffrage o'clock. Every member of the boardis 0 ORANGE WRAPS, O O

i'is provided in the charter. urgently requested to attend. Ladies' Patent Leather Babv Dolls, all 4 4, + COUNTRY {
f" $2 25 '
0 VEGETABLE CRATES" .
\ I. that Thirteen Fort Dodge, Minn., girls kind for . . e
r xi. : /,It is authoritatively staid ten have mutually agreed to walk 600 sizes. Regular $3 . PRODUCE 't.O t.
.I '.... rt Orphu Li;' Wilseno( Marianna, will 0 CRATE NAILS 0 0
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1 ( J' ibecome candidate SEE OUR WINDOW 0 0
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that ; ;
;,fin !' ,t wilt 'enter:the race to succeed Emmett N

I.' : n.,a* congressman In the.Second $JIJlL l9 We sell field and garden seed of all kinds

T ,' et,:;.' Senator: J.: N*" Fogerty. 'of The! Family Shoe Store Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties' :
to
} Ea , : .vWast: has practically'degide: AutoToM-22tf* .Cushion Slip '8"up Tree delivery in city limits No. 12.. 't
-: ,for congress the ....... *\o'C s. In the Dann Building TJione
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rtbe' race w7rucksl r"
..t :, "PaJntin4 cwa: 25u:>> J. W. HARRIS Manager
r : ,. j >,Ii'r;,' qurth .d!. {ct;-opposing> Hon.;: W. Jf : : >Watorts m. a d-.Nt..o. order . .\ ) .. .. We are county agents for good fertiLjeo, Ask us for. .circular-. , and prices yon
' Gen. fertilizers.
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Proceedings of k .1 .. ;ODD Bird. : piNEWS.. .,: :1 I WORLD NEWS IN SHORT BITS .1 had There,raised are bread many- come,-no"doubt from, who the )have even. !' ; '


th'city 'Cornell .pp... ..p" ..... ..oeeWaah1ngton . with a, tough hard crust or perhaps ( ., .
\ colored
: the. bread would be light instead -
: :: : 'Indlan.po Don 1(.. Roberts ported officially to be seous. Food j .
D.' ,C ...Report'fromVienna. aJ'Ol' of being a' light, golden brown.- .
/I I. \' Austria, ar* that, members of of Terre Haute, one of the twen S. .acar and the fightIng Eban Cook advises,. in the first, case, ... Osceola .eount.nd .
XI.mm.Er$ Fla. April t.' llll. .th. Hapsburr' family the royal family ty-seven men convicted, In the federal and vicinity indicated an early..ttacklon soon as taken from the oven to run i especially. 9C ..
The council tact In resruUr ..*.10... including court of conspiracy to defraud the the city. ' .' of the loaves. Cloud," were highly honored ''M A*
of Austria not Emperor : I butter. over the tops
there b.lna pr...nt. J. W. Thompsonpresident in : last stats encampment of the Grad AMy'
Woodb Romi. purchased in the government the leection of No matter bow tough and hard they
: ; J. ;g, elc. Francis Joseph ,, Vienna. Advices ,from Budapest' I :J&c.eI'PUUSlast
Tho"' .... O. P. ...rlbb.. G. H. Prat her. United State daring February real November.waa sentenced by Judge:. are she says,; they will become'nice of the Republic held .mt ,
state that notwithstanding their recent ! \ '
and J. R. Gilbert clerk week. l fl ,
Lewis OBrran six in federal
Anderson to .
value ot 70000,000 serve years and "
..( the last estate and stocks to. the ,- losses in the Carpathian' the soft., J :
Tb. mln tes< meeting Leavenworth and J. E. Ballard St. Cloud, ,..
at Kan.
of of about $17, 00.000. prison paya la the latter case rub a little milk Selected
were read and approved r.port. crows, Russian are continuing their ..ttacuwith' commandr the ._
: department
00O. elected
fleer were examined and approved: fine of $2. Eli N. Rodman over the top of the lresd.b.foreplac.ln
'bills were approved, and ordered pal Galesburg, Ill. -A lady
aa toHowaR. : cleaning, a dress >with gasoline,.' took .,votes and Sheriff Dennis Shea were tinvallr sending nicely. Rub milk In the same way y ar. .

R.\ Max. .... a. maror .......l I0.0( the garment out Into the yard to dry. sentenced to terms of five years 'and firing; line. ,aver the tops 'of biscuits to, improve Mrs, >Agnes .E;. Levermora,' of St.
marshal '..._.. '6.00 elected presUi
saU Cloud department
'C. K. Tlson. She began brushing the silk briskly are fined $1,000 each. Other defendants Ottawa.-Lord Kitchener has calledon hen. WM
.A.. B. CoUman. sal. polio _,_ B0.0 dent of the Woman' Belief
with her hand causing a spark of received smaller sentences. \ corps.
J.. Z. Robron sat. trcaa. __._? 16.00So Canada for second expeditionaryfore
: R. Qllbart. *.1. I.rk _____. Tl.0 static .lsctridty which igniting the *. The new was given parlia I, THICK. GLOSSY HAIR Reverend'.'Westeott,4 of ,St. Cloud,
aaI. 'clep. clerk _.. tt.o< the New Yorlo Henry P. Davis, of Or- named balaIn..' '
'J.'R. Qllbcrt. fumes burned lady. ..".reI7 and )( DANDRUFF WM
Premier Sir Robert
ment.by Borden. ItEBFEO
LeWis* O'Bryan. saL city atty. ? 26.01 mond Fla died suddenly In tFann7,7ergl.onof St. Cloud WM
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: dress. Beach. _
,S. W, Thompson aat M. of 'C. .. 2.01 destroyed the who said that the call bad been expected -
Try'f gets'soft. Re.
the of Jersey City presumablyfrom named treasurer of the Woman's
'So D. Woodbeck. ML M. of O. 1.00 streets for time. Girls I Hair Cliffy; ,....
Roma Thomas, Ml. M. of C. ._ 1.00 Hampton Roads, Va.-In the list of exertion brought on In payingan some and beaatlfol-Cet a SS cent lief corpsv white Mra.'.France* Van _ _
4 O. H.. Prat.r, ...1. M. of C. _.. i'o 1.00 supplies requisitioned by Capt. Thier- election bet. Mr. Davis reached kettle ., Duderlae. Dusef. of Klsslmmee, was named ,an. '
____ Th.
O. P. Krlbb., sal. M. of C. '( Rotterdam.- British steamer '
clerk of election ... 1.00 Ichens, of the German raider, Prince here last night, driving a horse whichhe Inspector. /1
D. Ouloc
R. Harpalyce the first relief boat of New If yoa car for heavy hair that glistens
H. N. Bratton man. election _.... 1,00 Bitel Frederick was an item of 60,000 said he had driving because of The now officers were installed by
York and under charter the with and la radiant with
.A. D. ailbert man. election ___.: 1,00 bottles of beer 100 bottles for each losing a bet all the way from Ormbnd state to beauty AnHta Smith of St., Clovd., .
3. pier limner. man. election ..- t.viC. Trenton commission for relief in Belgium has life; has aa incomparable softness and the next
board bound for
board. The naval cut Beach. He was Tampa was selected a.
. I OfFraternity man on
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D. Cain.Hall, rent I\ar: ---.-.--.- ll.OtKIs. down every item on the list, except N. J., but had lost his way. either been torpedoed or sunk by a Is fluffy; and lustrous try Oaadorine. meeting place of the O. A., R., The
mine in the North The the
TeL Co. phone rent t.0 sea. Dutch Just one application doubles 1918 will bo bald'earlr la
----- this meeting ;
W. & C ;;. Co.. feed teams :: 11.81: one.Clarksburg Kobe. .1.pan.-Th. American steamship steamer Elisabeth on its 'voyage from beauty of :your hair besides it Immediately April. -

.3'. R. Gilbert. olerk. court payroll___for__ 11.0( W. Vs.-Mrs. Kathe Minnesota plying between Japanese Rotterdam for New York picked up dissolve every -particle of

3. wltnraBea W. Thompson mayor'exp. aa delegateto Dent was struck and fatally injuredat ports and Seattle struck a rock twenty-two of the crew of the Har dandruff. You can not have nice Trees planted alone the main streets';,

Press association ______n__ SO.Of' Barnes Crossing near here by the off Iwajima near the southwestern entrance palyce seven miles northeast of Noor-I heavy, healthy hair if :you have of a Massachusetts city, failed to show

,. Oaoeola.... tablea Hdw Co.and rent chair.and dray elec., 1.50 same engine that struck and instantly to the inland sea. In a wire- hinder lightship and brought them to dandruff. THIs destructive scurf robe any growth for two successive years.Then .

J. H. ailbert., stamp and sup. of. 1.4t killed Ulysses E. Waters at a neigh- less message Captain Garlick asked Rotterdam. the hair of Its lustre its strength and some of thorn were'dor "P to
Valley Oasette, pub. proc. and boring crossing the same day. for a salvage steamer. He say all Its very life and if not overcome it bo transplanted and it was found that .
.1.0. ticket _____ __ __ 11.7f London. The allies' efforts to drive I
-- railroad---- passengers and the crew are safe. produces a feverishness and itching of the trees had been planted just,.aa
W.tickets B: Wltheripoon.for destitute family *1.Of Los Angeles. Calif.-William Flynn back the German wedge in the Meuse the scalp the hair roots famish, they. came from the nursery with the.

C. F. Tlson. feedingprlsonera .- 78 7JJ 37 months, and Alene buck, 17 Newport News.-Coal, fresh water Moselle region continues unremittinf loosen and die; then the hair falls out roots all bundled together and wrapped .

M. Oardner del'. police __uU__.__ 80.Jt Z.00 months "eugenic babies," have been meats and provisions for three days ly but both Paris and Berlin officia fast. Surely get a 26-eont bottle of' in burlap. .
State Osceola Bank Hdw.of KI.Co.Interest mdse for betrothed by their parents. They were were sent aboard the German merchant communications indicate that the Ger. Knowlton's Danderlne from any; drugstore S I

r> street work --_ __----_--__--. 4.Of winners in the recent baby show here. raider the Kronprinx: Wilhelm, man lines are holding. Berlin says a and Just try it. Both the heaviest and the lightest ,
State Bank of KIs orders pd. for which arrived Sunday. The jmpphes number of French infantry attacks woods in tho United States tho.
street work _unUUU_--. 148.SI Binghampton, N. Y.-After givingall were intended to prevent theVfepread with strong forces were repulsed and 000 grow Florida ironwood,and
Berry rada-ett. sal. acavenner" Oil Ot Miss Helen V. Drogans pays $1. former being
his wife week
Rafa McLauKhlln." sal scavenger" 60 Of his wages to every of beri-beri caused by unwholesomefood. claims small gains for the German a month rent for a flower. stand in the latter the so-called cork of southwestern '
R. 8. Hoberts. work for fire dVptPralher 400 for 25 years, R. H. Walker now su- in the forest of LaPretre. The Frenchwar York Missouri.& .,
New city.
A L.upfr, "gas nre dept 110 Ing her for a share of the money. She The cruiser Wilhelm left New York officers refers only briefly to this .
5 Ot
S Bam KIs. L-upfer Wairon Works nee.. pay shopwork rol and refuses to split up with him even August 3, and has been on the seas fighting saying that at several pointsthe

rent lire d>pt. --___-._--_--___ 111\0 though she has now eloped with another ever since. She has destroyed fifteen attackers made their way to the I
A. A. Wits. mds fire dept ___ 1110( man.Savannah. vessels and has sixty-one British pri.toners entanglements of the Germans. Ifj
wire
W. A. JOIner. sal supt K I-. I1 111; Oil(I Iit.
E. Oardner mil t-nir. K I. !' 76 0(1( Miss Jane on board. Many of her own Paint
Ga. Mary Free
N. I). Pnrsons. jbal I sal I fireman 7 a3 sailors are sick and will be landed Kansas City--William Rockhill Ne- '
811 (HI< Farrell and Henry Beauford were
J. C1. rturkles. sal lln *mnn u.
editor and of the Kansas "
Boon. .
_._ 60 Oil Justice of son, owner
V. R. Kills. sal col\ uu.u married the other day: by
Chas Thompson sal fireman ___ 40 IM City Star, died at his home here ...arly
the Peace McCall, a jaernage under ,
using Anton
work __ 110" London.- Kuepferlc *
line Mr. who
Ouy Oiirdner uu Tuesday Nelson was aeven- -
Fred McLrfiUKhlln, dinvaK<* u 1011 license which was issued 21 years ago. arrest here on a charge of espionage, dSUBSOILING
___ 2 tl ty-four years old, had been in ill health Devoe the ..:
Oarlock Mach Uros PacKliiK. shop (work*0.. I'kK ---.n- 16 31 than Both 70 contracting of parties and were would more giveno says he was born naturalized in Germany American in 1884 several months..., and had been confined Paint half your job ; paint
years age and became a
0(1
bk colFlorida 10
Tampa Tribune Klc: ro ,rep material _== 102 34) reason for the long delay in their citizen in Brooklyn in 1912. He says Uraemic to his poisoning home since caused last death December.according other half whatever you like.If .

Mulberry KxploslM-s) and SupplyCo. nuptial arrangements. that when in America he is a la -:!s-
n-mterlal for E 1. --------I(0 I 3d --- to physicians.

Atlas Oil ("o.. materials. mnterlnls K _1._ _r. 4017 31f> Winsted, Conn.-Physicians say an man. -- -- less gallons and .
oil Co. Devoe doesn't take
Oscvola Htandard Hdw Co. mHtcrlnlsClllsens __-__ 45 IH operation byw hich Richard Briggrs, Washington -. The Seward-Fair- Pet.rograd.-The kaiser personal!
Hank i>f Klsslmm.e.( 1 I dairyman wears a new eyelid made banks route has been selected for the is directing the Austro-Germans i in
wood tickets ___..__ 79 Rltickets will be the Carpathians is the semi-official report The of ;
of his
State Hank of Kin) u, wd. 39(4 311 14tickets I 1M from the I. flesh arm, successful government Lane announced.railway in The Alaska, Secretary here. It is also reported that the cost less money, no pay. cost put ,
'\v A O (IN,. Co. wd propertyof
III.. wk for K I. I1 44 3d New York.-Mary Gunos asked her Northern I kaiser ordered the sudden offensive.
W. Jo: the Alaska Railway company -
J R Ollbert frt for K 1..f ls I1V 1 3(14T 4
3.. 3 R Iann.Kills.ho1wirk, llir:. stamps K 1. rK i _< 7fi She was delayed in reaching school by of the journey has been purchasedfor attempting; to cut through the Russian

K Malfee. labor K I. I' . 2 0(1( saving) her three-year-old sister and $1,150,000. left wing to force an abandonment of doesn't two
John fhrlst"pln-r mat..rl..1 l 147 61 18 months-old brother from sufTocation attacks made upon the AustroGermans If Devoe wear a year or I
sal wtr plant !0''" 4llr )( _
K. (H Johnson K.I fire. Washington.-Three hundred unem- in Uszok Pass. The Austnans '
r on in a
w
fireman
R will I, Tales StsrllnK ext water line 70 74 ------ ployed Americans hwave appealed to previously reported on the verge 0// years or three years or four years longerdistinctly :-
Osceola Hdw ,'0. hanK sewer 3<* 611T the st&ta, department for transportation a complete retreat launched a fierce

.-nled n lommunlia- + C. from Tampico to the United I attack along the Stryj Opor and
better-we'll
The mayor prt and
THURMAN:< CITY. 0C. longer give you
tlon a.kln.Ih"t. council ..un"hl..r the I States The situation there was re- Swica rivers.MANY.
of an unllnall".ruhlhlllnl) ( < C. .
passage - --------
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splttlnK( on nna> ed sidewalk( withinIn. ,
,- roy A ft'ro".I<','rliiif) enni.I h. -: enough to do it again. .5..

city; att irnov suKU'"t was iueHteil,<-'l >I., :nia to. ,:,1ofIorl1.aer Sylvester! Myers left for his homein C. C.'l TROUBLESDUE .

There beliiu as no (,.rt her l 4UKt. ( Ma. II",, Lansing, Mich., last Wednesday.Mr. . ORANGE CENTER NEWS. < But we warn you how it will all turn-out. The best half ,
sine d I. \\li.r.' and Mrs. returned l to
Irawdy
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council ttdjouin.il .. '
upon )the In an.l n." h I th.'..I.coiiii.ll...t..d. ,ffte.IN i..*..>n.n'lthere e'r'sorI their home at Whittier last Wednesday 0 : TO AN of your job will cost you so much less than the other half, and" '

,,,'In... pr"M."t( JKnmu \V ThoinpHdTtlOltlHM) "). after spending the past two
(1 K Krllil. .f I II weeks with her parents, C. S. Acree T. A. Fore and family have returned wear so much better too, that you'll never divide it again.

"',,... ,,'('kOHryan. .\\ (;"Jil HUM). I 1.,1.4, and wife from a trip through the northern

I..t. d.I .rk
On mlIOfl C K 1- rIlihi. wn" .".,"nl- son, Alfred and \(Mis W. A. Skinner have purchased th.: Kelly farm in ,
niouslt ..'.1.1',1,1"1. "f <'.iuiuil spent Friday at the Mc<"ul1oufh ranch. section Iti.; I !

for II the A. etiKUtnR Huntecouncil. ti-rm aii( .nnd. h..(or.' thema Mr and Mrs. W A. Skinner and Mrs. L. F. Nothercutt left last week Many of the troubles of life, such is better. You'll know Devoe; Vpu'ilknow

nuklfiK-( that th ( Iinrge.
th" rluliline foi lie. rantilleilP Installliiiclluhtn Russell lake.A. ed word of the illness of her husband, lack of energy are due to inactive strong paint you'll know weak paint;: ..

thin for. would tlartiUas IIlmnroemenla I In the ,,ear futureprivate M. Sensiba was the wee1<-E'nd who had returned a few weeks ago to livers. '

4 by parties I who (guest of his parents, W. C. Sensiba finish several build l1g contracts on GRIGSBY'S LIV-VER-LAX is a natural settled. <
would uno .."...trkltv enouuh In I cunstiutlInK to noon- and wife. which he was engaged. They will vegetable remedy that will get and the question is ..>

repay line.the on cit>motion for outlay the city attorney t Mrs. Roberts and brother leave. onWednesday return in the fall. the liver right and make these trou- : ** if/f'{)

was a-sked to advise .uncll as to the for Georgia. Mrs. O. B. Elliott and Mrs. J. C. I I bles disappear. It has none of the W. B. Maldnaon Company KiMunmc*: ,,,, I, [ .

cltVs rights In the mat.rThere thecouncil Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Skinner Sheldon entertained at the home of: dangers of disagreeable after effectsof 4 ,
business
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beln r no further In regular and Mrs. W. C. Sensiba were Mr'j Mrs. Elliott, Friday evening In honorof calomel. -----r-- '

session adjourned Wednesday to April meet 7. at 7 ::80 I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wade their guests the Misses Amy In- Get a 50c or $1 bottle of this splendid - -: .I ..'S'..... ...,. ..4 , \ .

p. m. I Messrs. Acree and Sengiba were at gram, California, and Gertrude Hoag, remedy from your druggist.today ) Jt ..

Wednesday. April 7. 1915. i Campbell Saturday on busin sa. of Sioux Falls. la. A delightful evening Every bottle1'bears" the likeness of L. .,GROVES ; t., tii

J... The council met In regular. adjourned Mr. Bronson sold his oranges last was spent in a social manner, K. Grigsby, who guarantees i it .. ___
present Q. F. week the Allen for until the 1 ,I.t t't' "i"(1jiJ. _
session there beIng" at place $1.35 per dancing being indulged in through O.ceola.Pharmae7.. 16-4 .

Krlbb.. president J. D.;' Woodbeck Roma Thomas JV.. W...t box.Mrs. wee sma' hours. Those present were : _: t.i" i >; :h ,. "" ,IJI;_ : . : .,
'ii'. Thompson W. Carson.and J. R Ollbert. clerk. Acree and daughter. Ruth Miss Amy; Ingram Miss Gertrude O..... ..O.O..O..tO I ;I' < '1< !
'; committee war Thursday with :Mrs. Sullivan C. !: Cas.ady. W. T. Raff and .
The following appointed spent Hoag, E. .
the president of council. tot' NION CENTER. WITH DrurAMITB _rl.... th* *... B>_.|... a**!.*.)!* ..a4IIIbe
by in health.
; who is family T. H. Keen and family R. J. .
poor
J' serve for .the ensiitnaterm Thomas' chairman.! Financecommittee. ..1.'V. Mrs. Albert Acree was the guest of Keen and family J. A. Truesdell and 4 tree mw II*..' It r*****.* Cbs __*. .( ff_tswot ..t.ptsRaek.d' ... ......'

Thompson Roma and J. I'. w'oodbeck : Mrs. Sullivan Saturday.The family. F. W. Howe and family, Al- 00000000000..000000000000. disease ...._ by:" leek .f air sad: ..tetOmr .... h. .

street committee.'IVV.. ('ar.on..T J, W Thompson.D \% oodbetk fred Robbins and family, G. B. Cassidy Miss Julia Dillion was a guest .t _....t auihc* ::11"t..re..III"" :" ..*_I.t"' wflb'.D" aIva.tlr.. t
chairman action of the West Virginia legislature *
\\\.iodherk chair and family, W. A. Spence and .l !. ranfail faramlajr cttru traIt gyewla-: I
sanltarv. J. n. I the home of Mrs. Buell Redwood, in IB th* mm rMsalt:" ai .
suffrage -
man. 'V''u ( arlon. O F 'Krlbb education. -. I in submitting the equal family Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Flathers, KisBimmee, Sunday. IBS .f *ld arrive. I .
harltles J \\ amendment almost unanimous -
and was ,
cemetery Mrs. J. C. Sheldon Miss MildnedaSheldon
t Thomoson. chairman ordinances.N Rome Thomas.'.. W U.F. the vote in the senate being Mrs. O. B., Elliott G. W. I, Ruth Harvey returned from Orlando W. tmrrr large sleeks .f all ...... .* -rura tUsrhf i'aaite Mtmtts _
and where she has been
. Carson Krlbbs. chairman; rules JV.. Thompson. n. 28 to 1, and in the house 76 to 8. Stokes Mrs. Geo. E. Babcock Misses Monday She accompanied home a .. t...* ....U.*, .t._. .It.... Uth MasrtMt cad _........i ihlastlBST
visiting.
, W F Krlbbs W Carson. electric chairman.lights Homa and Thomas water Bright W. E. Robertson H. T. Keen, by her sister, was Mrs. Floyd Peele and SKp.lle*. Writ t4r:" t.w ...*.... ea paoaibtlldee. 1i.

JY.. Thompson bulldlntt J D. consider the matter of letting him I Peter Pascorell, S. R. Bronson. Ernest little daughter who returned to their
\\oodheck Homa Thomas (1 IKrlbJt, \ >s. plan. Insurance on fixtures In ilrkqtVYlce. Oliver, Brower and Charles Cassady, home after shorts'isit with relativeshere.
Lewis Ollrjan was nomlnati d as On motion the matter was re- Orlando.
Mrs. G. J. Denton
bHoma Thomas for the r"rn.d to the chairman of finance committee .
city following attorney term of office There !lielnitno who was requested to ri>port The annual fisji fry of the Black Mr. an'd Mrs. Guy McClain entertained South Florida Explosive Company d :
further nominations Mr OHrsariwas at next meetlnKJ Bass Fish club was held Tuesday .t at dinner Sunday in honor of
unanimously elected to office asA : I>. Clark met with council. concerning -
Lake and most
the Sand a en-
..I t..d. i decision of council In regard grove their wedding anniversary. Those Fort Mead., Florida :
B. Coleman having been appointed to cancellation ol bill for constructionof joyable time was reported by all. present were Mr. and Mrs. Spreni
to serve as night marshal by themayor. electric light line (the matter haying Those present were Mrs. O. B. Elliott, and Mrs. C. H. Funk. Dwight is III
on motion the same was ap- previously been presented to council Miss Amy Ingram Mrs. J. C. Sheldon -
by the council and the salary fixed bv If A Hunter upon .report from with lagrippe, so he and Mr. Funk
prov at 160 per month. i the city attorney: that theclty has the Miss Mildreda Sheldon, MiBS.Gertrude were unable to be present.Mr. .
R H. Ludlam presented application I I right to cancel the charges" on motion Hoag, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Flath- and Mrs. Dillion and Miss Julia ALL FLORIDA SOIL REEDS LIME t' t _

for appointment was also of placed city engineer"In nomination JoeJohnston I the same motion was the so orderedI president. appointed ers, W. A. Spenc and familv. T. H. leave fer their home in Ohio this W* rrtee' e.g II*** veer .a. .eae yi get ... ee.f ....a-r .i'..1.. _
There being no further nomina. the street committee to confer with Keen and family R. J. Keen and family -i week. They have made many friends .v.v7 _... 0.5 --e Is ... _.... and WILL sun. aLA1. 'TUb ....aIA .
tions the president called for secret property owners relative to giving the Ira Keen and family, Alfred Rob- I here who will regret indeed to hare _.... .. th* elaIa S..aU7 .. .... ............ w. saeletps ...... leg \". ,
ballot which resulted as follows: R right of way to proposed drainage bins and family G. B. Cassidy and .. .-IF. and ..sme 7- oad.lasd. A ....a es ..t
Mr. them but we sincerely hope they := a.r- .
H Ludlam. 1.; Joe Johnston. 4. ditch In west and north Klsslmmee go * .
Vote, I The matter of appointing street family, Mrs. Savacool F. W. Howe will decide to winter. :
receiving" the highest a return next .-
Johnston dulyelected I referred Mr. and Mrs.. E. B. Mor- BLOWERS LIME AND PHOSPHATE COMPANY ,f. ,
was declared by the president foreman was. on motion to and family, There has been a good attendance _
to nil the office. of city engineerfor I I! the chairman being of no the further street business committee.There the. rey J. T. Dimick. Miss Marie Dimick, and much interest shown in the meetIngs D.c..- OOAU. S-LOSUDA. t, .

V.the R ensuingterm.Kills was on motion reap- I council adjourned to meet In regular Robert Ivey and wife Brower Cas during the past week. Reverend ,

pointed as water and. light collector of session Tuesday, May 4, J"5. at 7 SO sady Ernest Oliver, W. E. Robertson, Chapman's sermons have been a won . .OO.... .... . ... ,. ..... ......... . . ......... .; ;
for the enaulnaterm at a salary p. m. Dugald Baird G. W. Stokes, Arthur \
derful inspiration and help to
I month. bond fixed at 'S.OOO O. F. KRIBns. PresidentJ everyone
150( Carson per Farmer asked that council ,I R. GILBERT. Clerk Ramey H. T. Keen, W. T. Beam and present The meetings will continue -
I Charles Cassady. at least another week.

Joe and Everett Smith left "ft
Harvey
Sloan'sIf BONESWE '
Are You want Rheull'l.tlcl--t1'7 quick and real relief for the east coast last Monday. They i

UGH CALOMEL MAKES YOU SICK.DON'T from you Rheumatism, do what so many expect to be gone several months. ,

thousand other people are doing. Mrs. A. D. Story called on Mrs. C.
M. Smith afternoon.
whenever an attack comes on, bathe Saturday
.
I STAY BILIOUS CONSTIPATEDYour the sore muscle or joint with Sloan's Among those who have been quite .

Liniment. No need to rub it In-just ill with lagrippe during the past week -WANT-- fiONEiPraJrie .
Mrs. Nellie and
apply the Liniment to the surface. It are: Harvey, Claude
.
It Seth Barber Mr. and Mrs. Funk and
is wonderfully penetrating. goes
"Dodsoi's DYe Tom" Will Clan Your druggist or dealer. sell you 'a right to the seat of trouble and draws Dwight and Mr. W. therbee.I '
r 60 cent bottle of 1>0dllOn'. Liver Tone the pain almost immediately. Get a I Do you know that the Valley Ga- Bones Bleached Bones '

Sluggish Lhrer Better nil Calomel under my personal guarantee that it bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25c of zette goes into dozens of homes out- ... .
will clean sluggish liver better than druggist and you have it in the side of the state where the Union
your any
ud Cm Hot S3HVttl. Center items are read by friends who All Kinds of Bones
nasty calomel; it won't make you sick house-against Colds, Sore and Swol- .
consider them "like letter from .
and. eat len Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica and like a )
sick lose a you can anything you want "
Calomel Dialers you ; yon home? It would be a comparatively .
a day's work. Calomel is quicksilver and without being salivated.< Your druggist ailments. Your money back if not instant 'easy task to write this "letter" if you Write to ns for prices sad shipping iaitractioaj. .t
calomel. injure liver. guarantees. that each spoonful,will start satisfied, but it does give almost t '
tW' it salivates, your relief. would write your items of interest on _ "I :
i.-. H. you are bilious; feel lacy, sluggish your liver, clean! your bowels and a slip of paper and hand it to the ;:

and all knocked out, if your bowel. are straighten you up by morning or you Mothers in Kansas are allowed a correspondent instead of trying to remember -

constipated and your bead aches or get your money back. Children gladly pension of $12 a month for the first "just what day" your visi- .

stomach i I. sour uet take a spoonful instead of take Dodson's Liver Tone because It I.pl..nt is child: and $6 for e"ach additional child. tor called, etc., in the confusion after Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer \ :
Dodaon's Liver Tone _
'
\, harmless tasting and doesn't gripe or the services, which is the only opportunity -

of using sickening, salivating. real. liver calomel.medi cramp or' make them sick.I COLDS LaGRIPPE we have in "getting the news." Mann/actarers of ''i:'' : .
Dodaon's Liver Tone is .
we're still '
We want people to know
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millions of bottles of
because am selling
know it next morning
cine. you You'll will wake up feeling fine Dodson's Liver Tone to people who have S or 0 doses GOO will break on best the state map in the and union.enjoying life in the IDEAL ALKIDEAL ad PERUVIAN FERTILIZERS:!; ". '. t .

your liver will be working, your headache found that this pleasant. vegetable liver any case of! Chills & Fever. Colds '. .' - .. .

," and dinine gone your stomach medM e ....* tttt faa** of dangerou. I & LaGrippe it acts on the liver Paris will ercet two plants for the JacbeaftD4t. '0 -- .J.. ,. ...
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'.1 will be wt aad bowels. rertlar. Yew ........ Xur tattle on my sound, ; purification of drinking; 'water with :; _
_ill.... like ....t.bIg. You'll be g'.. 1 44k your druggist I better than Calomel and does Dot zone, each with a capacity of 9,900- ,I t' ) " '_ f

Ml ai .. ...,. iicf a4 aaWu. ... i i"t ripe or sicken. Price 25c. 000 gallons a day. ,

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"' ;i ), \ 'IKr "' ,, .' THE XISSIMMEEVALLEY GAZETTE: FRIDAY APRIL' 16 ItlSIV @
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;; 'J The KUsimmee Valley' Gazette New.papermen' over the state are clamoring for a revision of the..tate'! I '

libel law*. The legislature .should heed this cry: and give just a little more state Press Comment

r PDBU8HBD ,*VBRT FRIDAT. 'orFICBI IN F1X3RIDA.BtTELDINO!' freedom to what is supposed to be a "free' press." : I ]I Nm(
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W.' B."HAJ Us :and E. G. VANS AGNEW OWNERS The Polk County, Enterprise is a new publication launched at Fort Meade Work. ,two I BY DJs.J.Y. PORTER 1,
The paper is' printed by the Guess 8c Hill Printing company with C. W. Guessas on new drainage canalsin rl...... StM Hcaltli .
; E. E. NAUGLE, Editor and Manager. the Everglades is now in progress.
>? ,. editor. The paper is well printed and edited. We welcome the Enterpriseto The present session of the legislature '

S 'STDBVCRIPTION RATES: On. dopy, one year.................._...______.u..si the newspaper family of Florida. should make' provisions for drainage The state board of health will ask
.Oa. copy, ala Dlontba''O'-...-......too On. copy thr.. months...__... .11 at an early date and the state's contract from the present legislature the enact :'
: with land buyers fulfilled and ment of several laws for the protec-
Several weeks The State published in Jacksonville, forward
All eomm.nroatlon..x0.pt from our authorised correspondents, must b. ago put Florida in
1 the of
put and
collecting tion of health in Florida
n.4 br the writer. Montcalm Broward brother of the late Governor Napoleon B. Broward .1 way public ,!
. ......t.. matter will not b. returned unless called for. as the amount of taxes she ought to be to aid the splendid campaign of.education
candidate for governor. Since that there has been little or nothing said about I collecting off these lands after they concerning sanitation and hygienic -
i (....re4 at the Pos iffle* liFRIDAY KlMlmrae. Florida-, as .eeond-cl&u-' matter.) him or his candidacy. Has the State given up the idea or is it just restingup !. are brought up to the state of productivity matters.

+ 's I APRIL 1915. before a new plan of procedure is announced. II. \ of which they are capable. An The drafts of these bills have been ';
II v appropriation for Everglade .drainage placed in the hands of the presiding ;l
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would be the best investment Florida officers of the two branches of the
Your Home City Here in Osceola county where almost every child of school age is taking could make.-Florida Metropolis. legislature, with the request that they '1

Advertising advantage of the public schools offered them there is not much need of a I The Floridian-is+-the best be referred to the proper committees ,l\
looking '
There is no use of hiding a skeleton in a closet when it comes to the compulsory education law. but the fact that Florida's percentage of illiteracy I II. paper we have seen for a long time.It for are the consideration following: and action. They 't
i I.as high as it is and the further fact that we are one of four states which' comes to us in eight pages with A bill requiring that
faults of a city.Kissimmee lave I no such law, should be A force to cause the legislature to act. six of them solid ads, and nearly all persons operating a hotel every boarding personor
and knows
i t+4 has some faults-you know we know everybody C legal, too. It is possible that some house restaurant or lunch counter
it-but it does no good to talk in whispers about it and try to hide them from hypecritical reader may object to the I shall keep all doors and windows andall
d view. Bring them out into the sunlight of criticism where they may loose their We have been harping every week now upon some plan to beautify theo "Nasty Ads," but We Do Not.-Su- similar openings into dining rooms, ;

mustiness and perhaps when the dust and cobwebs have been brushed away | en space about the depot. You fellows who have ideas about how it can be wannee Democrat.The -.+- kitchens and the pasageways .leading

turn them into advantages rather than faults. dune should attend the meeting of the board of trade tonight and speak rightout greatest work the present session thereto screened; requiring that food
can which is to be eaten
;l /we solution of the in better than of the Florida do without cooking,
have the matter shape else can
,, One fact sticks out above others, it appears to us, and a public speakerat you may anyone legislature shall be screened at meat and butcher
is
a recent meeting of the board of trade called attention lo it with a sort of iflid!, if you don't tell us about it you are retarding the growth and beauty of to more provide farmers ways and to means come to of getting this- shops, markets, groceries, fruit stands,

I hushed voice, saying that he spoke advisedly because'the, press was represented your home cily. state and make their homes here. bakeries or wherever such food is exposed .-.,-
for sale and that
if
no
4Kis.immee's dining or
In his wishes will reveal his but will/ dare bring Build up the state first, and all other
respect to we not name, we to I buffet car shall be operated in the t.
w is golf>!f course is I being green some deserved advertising in the things will come to us, after we get stat without being screened-In
this one fault right out in broad daylight the other
i KISSIMMILE IS NOT AS WLLL KNOWN! : AROUND; Till[ COUN I frY lug |II''r'|, ill the, slate 'ilie I T.l IlP" limes, and Jacksonville Times-Union have I Ida Metropolis.people and the prosperity.-Flor. I words, that all food that does not require -

: AND ESPECIALLY OUT OF TI IE MAIL I AS MIL sllOLl I < .D I3L'' I I both. < ,i neJ article' } during the. |pad week with big headlines about the club I 1> I shall be to be cooked before wire being eaten, '
; the mentioned staled that when lie told oiiil) hill IKMC. ibis I [>,,"I'ClIY' it 'ule0\ do Kissimmee, a wealth of good and the A few days ago the Reporter-Star protected by netting of a
The speaker on occasion people contained a the mesh sufficiently small to prevent access -
i looked lure wonderment I < Mv as a whole, 'hnuld. feel ini'ehlid'! to the. club for its part in placing the news story concerning by flies.
that he from
in another slate was Kissimmee. ihey at in development by Orlando men of a ,
I miss ol/ Kvissimmcc on the, map. : great cattle ranch at in OH A bill requiring that all
Southport
and exclaimed "Kissimmee, why, I never head, of d lown of that name human'k
v '* ceola county Superior blood has been eta, used for the deposit of .
; ? in Florida. imported and the ranch will be stock- excreta shall be screened and shall be N ;iJ
Press devoted
r the American the
Thiscck' of(
$t t' They had heard of Miami, of Si J Petersburg! and a number of other 'issue a publication to ed in a few years with the best of constructed. and maintained in conformity j//,'
places. Why; I interests/ of puhlisheisL" } contains' a group> photograph of the officers of the cattle breeds.. These Orlando men are I with plans approved by the I':
I 1 loudi,. 1'iess ,1-sorntion, recently elected: at Miami and who will be serving doing something worth while for this stat board of health. '7";
il thai then before the !
Because those
towns see to ( n.imes me kept public'
A bill that all
R entire section in thus the I requiring school j it
for 11,1916 Kissimmee. With the improving
\* hen. the .issm 1,1)1011)' meets meeting in
The people there are continually devising some means of gelling the towns breed of Florida cuttle Their exam buildings, public or private, shall bo **,r
t) n.entioned and talked about. They)1 ale doing things: to make people I.ilk I lioloKiaph:, is a complimentary, notice of the officers who are : C. O. Codring- pie will be ,contagious and IH. hound to I provided with adequate toilet facili #: '
f j I Del.a nd News: president Oscar Con lilng. Miami Herald vice-president ties. In rural districts where a fl'
They send out literature about their towns and they write letters lo (friends mother n. ; ; be followed by others. In todaj's paper I sewer-
; I r J. Appleyaid, 1 lallahassee, secretary ; and J. W. White, Jacksonville, a local cattle man who buys beef age systems do. not exist, all closets 'f. 1
in sections. stock states that he would have to shall he of fly proof construction in }htl l
' We have begun to do things here but we must keep them up We must lieasuier. '* quit business if he were forced to depend acocrdancc with plans recommended ",, 1!
; never lag. Continually plugging at anything will win. Il is the continual on lanches in this imrru-diate vicinity or approved by the state board of Jt-!
plugging that we need. Sporadic effort accomplishes something but remember The 1 Florida Fast Coast railroad should be compelled if there is any way for his supply Yet this is the health. :J.;'
"r you
I the rabbit I" bring pressure to bear upon it, to restore the name of Taylor's creek to that hest stock-raismjr section of Florida. A bill providing that it shall be "J,
that the tortoise outdid
once by keeping continually al It. There is an industrial sermon in his lawful for common carriers, including I
I .
LET'S BOOST FOR KISSIMMEE ALL THE TIME AND U T'S SEE TO stream in the southern part of Osceola county, which is now being called words. Who will heed It?Orlando railroads operating in Florida to .

IT THAT THE WORLD KNOWS WHAT WE ARE DOING. Onoshohalchee river in the literature of the company. This stream was named Reporter-Star grant free transportation to the state ,'
in honor of Zachary Taylor the famous Indian fighter, who afterward became A. I health officer the assistant state /"
the
As an illustration of how other cities are advertising following from health officers and to all
and t1
I e the Miami Metropolis will prove a strong argument in favor of advertising president' / of the United States and such historical bodies of water ought not I employees of the state board agents of health, \\1

I1 Kissimmee that we may also become known far and wide. The Metropolis! says: I,) be renamed to suit the romantic pleasure of sonic fanciful writer of rail- Said when traveling in connection with the .fs;

More than 65,000 pieces of literature advertising Miami have been pre- road literature., business of the board. !l1'

pared and sent out since the first of January-by the board of trade, now the *' ". About KissimmeeKissimmee A bill authorizing the state board ,a4 t"
of health to gather information :
'j, chamber of commerce, according to data compiled by George A Paddock, Newspapers through the central part of Florida are agitating a movement the causes, nature and extent concerning \

secretary and something more than seventy-five columns of reading matter to have a new Dixie Highway, planned to run from Chicago to Florida, so laid has won the rwxt annual of communicable diseases, to secure ;'rand

J advertising the city has been secured through prizes offered by the board. cut, that it will pass this way. The route has already beeen talked of as a meeting of the Florida Press association equip a car or cars containing information :'1

yl u r1 These figures do not include the distribution of about 3,000 colored booklets ( hicago-Miami highway. Why not make it a Chicago-Tampa highway theya' As Kissimmee is one of the ,, exhibits by charts, models or other k and let down the heart of the by of Orlando, livest and most progressive as wellas relating to public health san- 1:
it through state
descriptive of Miami that had been prepared previous to January 1 but have pass way itation and hygiene, and permitting
one of the towns in the t
prettiest
been sent out since that lime. "anford. Kissimmee Lakeland and on to Tampa. We are with you, brothers. state, she will give the editors, a railway companies to furnish and ..

Aside from this literature sent out the chamber of commerce has new Central Florida with its fertile lands is just as much entitled to this roadway as glorious time.-Maccleny Standard. j transport such car or cars without

plans "on the fire" that will give the city large amounts of advertising for small is the east coast and, in fact, we believe. it *is more entitled to it than the coast. William Bloxham Crawford' lawyer, charge the /board for of the health purpose to, and receive to permit from 'i'

al expense, it is believed. One of these is a plan to secure a list of all the principal of KiBsimmee former editor of the I individuals, l'ounties. cities and towns '

physicians in territory "tributary" to Miami and to send them copies of the The weekly n meetings of the board of trade begin with the meeting tonight Pensacola News and friend to every contributions to further the purposes r;'

r y recently published climate bulletin of the United Stales weather bureau, of the Weekly meetings have been adopted so that matters can bs\ kept before the newspaper man in the state, m a of such education. :.:(
t i citizens at all times the plan being along the line of keeping the father, and it's a boy, at that, as we A hill creating a bureau of vital ,
rL April number of the chamber of commerce bulletin which describes Miami'ssummer I regressive learn from a brief press item. Mr statistics and providing for ...
I, : a3' climate and a personal letter suggesting that Miami is the ideal place iron hot. Every man who wants Kissimmee to progress, who wants Kissimmee Crawford has a charming and talented tration of births and deaths ; proving ft

'c for people in ill health and those recovering from sickness. This will bring to grow, who wants new enterprises, who wants improvements who wants new wife, who was Miss Barlow, of Pensa for the appointment of a state registrar '

i !i many people to Miami especially those with money. it is believed a large part icsidents, who wants more business and in fact every live hustler should attend cola and we offer sincere congratulations with local registrars and deputies 4'
to both father and mother
fixing their duties
'. ?' of whom will likely become interested in the city, buy property and locate a every meeting. COME OUT TONIGHT AND BE A PART OF THE MOVE- the arrival of young Mr. Crawford upon, providing that the and state compensations board of; "

P "'' home here at least for a part of the year. MENT FOR A GREATER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE KISSIMMEE. the first baby in the family, who, we health shall have the power to adopt )

: I Another scheme which the chamber of commerce has outlined is the C M M hope, will live to worthily wear publish and enforce rules relating to !

ar c securing through an advertising agency of a list of all the farm, poultry and The Florida Record is a new Tallahassee publication. The paper is to be bears.through-Lakeland life the News.honored name he the statistics notification of marriages of sickness and divorces and of a 11'

stock journals in the south, which list will in turn be sent to the farmers and published weekly and is owned by a stock company composed of some of -T- > and requiring reports of vital statistics '"

t;. + growers of this section with the suggestions that they write contributions of any Tallahassee's prominent citizens. Thomas J. Appleyard is president of the From Four Kissimmee carloads of recently sheep were to shipped Tarpon from physicians, midwives, under- J

i r.,, sort whatsoever to these journals, providing they describe experiences in south company and George R. Miller is secretary-treasurer. In announcing its policiesin Springs to Greek purchasers at that takers and others. '!

; ; ... Dade county in a favorable light. A prize of $25 for the longest "string" the first issue the paper says that it was brought into being by the demandfor place, for use in their Easter festivi- of A health bill authorizing the state board t.

v } 1 r" "contributions will be offered by the chamber. a newspaper that will give all the news and that will always work for the ties Pierce, which Tribune.continue a week.-Fort to to establish purchase a or plant, at for its discretion the- I!;.)

In the literature which has been prepared and sent out are three issues of best t interests of the county of Leon and the state of Florida. J. P. Clarkson. production of hog cholera serum f:

chamber: of commerce bulletin 5.000 in each issues 10,000 picture postcards formerly a well-known newspaperman of Jacksonville where he was also assistant Kissimmee i Is exulting over the honor which is to be furnished at cost to ,'1,

?I ; $15,000.miscellaneous*pieces) 10.250 copies. of one of the most coraI secretary of the board of trade and secretary of the Good Roads association meeting she has of the won Florida in getting Press the associa-1916 Farmers It will be and noted swine that owners n'ot one in of Florida.: these Ii I{ i

plete climatic data folders ever gotten out in this country, prepared by the is editor and manager. Under his capable direction the Record tion, and the association made a fortunate bills, when it becomes a law, will call if

I' 7 United States weather bureau; 13,250 copies of a summarized climatic leaflet. should prove a success. choice in naming Kissimmee.A For a cent of appropriation from state ,{

C _ uu ____________ meeting of importance to Plant funds. The expenses entailed in the .
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+ City will be the gathering ofthe preparation and operation of the ,
,f Your Home I "CHARGE: IT." MONEY FOR FARMERS. I South Florida Press association at "health tram," outside of the trans- "
,t ,' Support Paper this point in July-Plant City Courier. portation proposed to be furnished by
I "Charge it" is the great slogan of Taking advantage of the provisionsof -+- 1 1 the: railroad companies, and that of
4; Did you ever stop to realize that the Valley Gazette is frequently spoken the great American consumer. the new federal reserve banking Kissimmee is planning to have a'l' the hog cholera serum' plant, -are to J
' : of other of the the best the Americans are great on peace but law the board of directors of the Atlantic he met from
< Ii- by newspapers state as weekly newspaper in state Fair day and has announced that one I the funds of the state .'
: of Florida> they are also the most gallant charg- National bank have passed a May 3 there will be a general displayof board which by law are already pro- .
{ ers in the world. An American who resolution providing that the officers farm products, canned goods and vided by a one-half mill tax all
.' I We have heard it so often, ourselves, that we have begun to be so boastful cannot sleep for fear our standing of the bank may lend money on farmlands preserves and now the Valley Gazette assesable property in the state.on J

t a v 'i .v'' as to make the same claim however much that may overstep the bounds of army of 60.000 will enslave the coun- to farmers of known capacityand savs that the stockmen of that vicinitywill The first three of these bills provide '

(it : modesty. But this we do know from looking over many of our exchanges-- try will rise early in the morryngand integrity in Duval county.old add to the importance of the date ,, for the enforcement in public placesof
Heretofore under the bankinglaws 1
Kissimmee and Osceola little better charge meat, potatoes, shoes gas- by bringing in fine cattle for a big ordinary rules of
than cleanliness which
giving just product
a He are county a oline automobile\ tires and diamond national banks could not lend i
cattle sale. The idea at first
.;y, a great many cities and counties of the state are getting. We believe that it rings with an intrepidity which would money on farming lands. This has for the display of Osceola county was products only j I every insists careful in and her wise home.housekeeper j t1'

f, > k pays to do anything we do in the best way we can. We believe that quality cause unlimited awe in a Prenchman. worked a hardship on farmers particularly but the cattle sale will greatly it is realized upon that one-half own of the When rural h
"Charge it" is the greatest substitute those in Florida, and has kept interest
--f increase the I
in
i count land values in that they occasion. schools of the state are not provided
down farm ,
for invented. It enables 4
ever
r 1 We know that of people feel about dWe have money Stock will he brought!! from adjoining with toilet facilities of any description
: many our it just as we a man to spend his next month's have not been considered as staple as states and this will be offered, along all .
'"' 'Ileard them that giving them good Some of them and to ride city property values. I good Floridians blush with :!
'I say we are a newspaper. are salary with ease safety, with Florida range cattle. Within shame and cease to wonder hook- '
'1- showing theft appreciation, but others are not. In this day and age there in an automobile because he hasn'tthe doubtless Every\ national follow the bank lead in Florida of the will At- the past year the live stock industry worm affects nearly three-quarters why of
fare
Are few people who uninformed about the business ready cash for street car has attained greater prominence than I the pupils in these schools. 'I
are so newspaper as to and to cash hiB hopes of wealth intoa lantic National bank, and we shall see for and sale ?
past such '
r' f think that the money paid for circulation can or does in more than a small large bale of "Balance Due" and before the end of this year, every as is many proposed years in Kissimmee a will I The two hills next mentioned are

,[+' percentage pay for the product. In plain words it is the advertising patronage "Please Remit" statements renewed bank in the state lending money to tract considerable interest.- at'j intended to facilitate the work of the 1"i'
I monthly. Florida farmers. This ought to turn Times-Union. state hoard of health As laws ac-
+ that keep a newspaper going. "Charge it" is the modern Aliiafca loose hundreds of thousands of dollars d- n.__ tually upon the statute books of Florida .
( i .," We believe that moat people know that it pays to have a good newspaper I, lamp. The worried citizen says to farmers in Florida and enable IT ISN'T YOUR TOWN-IT'S YOU. I they will lessen -the -expense' of n
i .i' going into their homes and better still to friends in other sections to show them 'Charge it" and appears five minutes them to -epcpand and increase their I that work to the taxpayers and when _.
,. t what we are doing here. later in joyful raiment thus trans- I acreage, make more improvements If you want to live in the kind of a''I it is remembered that low sick asd -':y"
; the to the merchant. diversify their crops produce more town death rates are the most valuable assets >
% ;;' rI But to get right down to the bottom of the argument-THERE ARE A ferring Armed with these worry two precious wordsan ', hay, corn, livestock and poultry and Like the kind of a town you like of any commonwealth it will be t
',1\\ \ GREAT MANY BUSINESS FIRMS IN KISSIMMEE WHICH DO NOT SHOW American citizen with a fairly good 'I generally improve their condition and You needn't slip your clothes in a grip understood why the proposed Invest- :j
: the condition of the state. And start on a long, long hike.You11 ment in free l .
fl, THEIR APPRECIATION WITH ADVERTISING PATRONAGE. reputation can get down town with an transportation by the "t j
,;t r' j j'1<'1i Every business house here should advertisement in columns. empty pocketbook and return home. Everybody recognizes the fact that only find what you left behind railroad companies is one of the best 't'q;
an
:
A carry our reekingwith luxury. Florida must have more farmers and For there n nothing that's really new. they could make and it is understood
jc ., l We do not believe that every business can afford large space but they should It is: now possible to buy food, 'better farms. If the state is to grow It's a knock at yourself when you that they favor the plan. ''

K carry some apace in proportion to their importance in the community. louses, clothing steam threshers, and prosper, it must proper through knock your town The for the operation of "Flor ,
Y sd I 4> sealskin coats corner lots American agricultural development. Anythingthat It isn't the town-It's you. Ida's Health Train" is an enlargement r'
beauty roses baths, haircuts, opera- helps that development or makesIt and expansion of the idea that has I
Real towns are not made by :.
': An Editor's Commission tions, publicity, and balloons on ac morep osible, is welcome to Florida andtowns afraid men already been proved a splendid edu- P'1'. !'
and should benefit the cities
count. It is also though not cational in
possible success
Lest somebody else gets ahead eight Florida cities. I,
much it benefits the rural ;
Says the LitchfieU (III.) News Herald: Not long ago a man came into coal always, prunes easy,water to pay, beefsteak cash for and shoes underwear -, communities.With as as When everyone works, and nobodvshirks The bill to create and make efficient .-1;

i this office and stopped his paper because he said it was always printing a lotof It is usually easy to tell the farming lands subject to loans, You can raise, a town from the dead one of a the bureau most of important vital statistics that will is 1:,'

1-f'' r' thing about the tame people and he said he was sick of it. Now whensomething difference between the man who says products and with increasing the demand and for prices all goingup farm And if, while you make your personal come before the present legislature, {
with the the "Charge it" and the man who says stake, for it will make j
"- goes wrong country government appoints a commission "How much \ ?" The former is Florida next year should double possible the gather- l
,'t to investigate and find out what is the matter and the first thing a commission better dressed please, but the latter is much her corn acreage, her production of Your Your neighbors town will can be what make one, too, ing of facts to the and statistics that are essential .f"'

investigates is the man who made the holler to see if the holler was a reasonable more visible on the first ef the month. poultry and live stock, and should see. you want to progress of the sanitary state. and industrial l

.i : St boiler. So we appointed a commission consisting of ourselves, to investigate, George i Fitch." fr" ?_.. : quadruple Prosperity her will production not come of, hay.only as It isn't the town-it's you. Under the existing provisions for ,f

;s. wr: sl ( this man. We just followed the mans career ever since we knew him. The I. Ivory carving is an important industry Florida is developed more substantial- Lleut.-Gen. the free distribution of hog cholera 'U'serum i
Sir James
; first thing that happened to that man was that he was born, but he had nothing' In India. The craftamen preferto ly. Every state that has a substantial the chief of the Wolfe Murray to farmers and swine owners in "
t ,5 use African ivory rather than the agricultural community behind it is new British imperial Florida, more than twenty thousand I
to do with it. However, we mentioned him although his parents were entitled native condition and general staff, was appointed last dollars of the
produce; as the African ivory today in a prosperous state board funds has r
iltlly t ,to the credit. Wheft,,he was in hi early twenties he got married. We men- I. closer in grain and not so liable to I there are no signs of hard time March to succeed Lieut.-Gen. Hart in been..vdlverted during the past twelve
v. et tioaed that including lie name of the bride, the preacher etc., in fact we turn yellow and appears to be superior Develop Florida and we shall see an the command of the imperial troops in the original l Purposes for iwhich
';f'' 'mentioned everything but the preacher' fee. which was not worth mentioning. in many ways This is believedto I era of growth and prosperity such as rank South of Africa full, with the supernumerary the board was organized that .t,
due witnessed and general. He had been of conserving the '
be to the better food of the this section has never health of human ** ) ,
( W. never mentioned the fact that he never won any premium. at the county African elephant it will be the kind of prosperity that appointed general officer commander- in*s. This tax upon the resources of ,
I"?' ; ,,, 'fur'; bocauta he never exhibited anything. We never mentioned his name in method will com and remain no matter what in-chief Scottish command, in Decem- the board seriously cripples its effl1 .."'-.

i+ "t y1i ;the list of committee, because he never attended anything. We never mentioned of An shot ingenious rivet of making use happens here, or elsewhere in the ber, 1913. H. is sixty-one years of denC)'. ':,"t.
a ma a is described in ace.
an Florida The
ti ,. ,his !tame in the list of doDOrlel'beta".. he never donated a* much English paper. It is said to be often world.- Metropolis.. H present legislature on. of unusual s ,

I .rig a doughnut.;\W..certainly have been treating this man shamefully, but we more satisfactory for mending small Twenty-one per cent of the wa.... Thlrty-.irht per ant .of the graduates in power intellljtenee there and with. such men ''1
seems to be
sNx Svill l a 0b4tu&r.7.wbea the '. hole than soldering and more quickly earning 'women .in Michigan reserve of Goueher college have that tbeqseveal little doubt ',
"): .; acre' {to\fua *M pic time come accomplished.\ less than $6 per week. ried during the past jraar. IlU\r-1 become part of the bill.laws,will of .ve.dily lorlda. + r

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"' ELABORATE,,CREATION. FLOWERED: FABRICS: RIVALTHOSE Fine Decorative "Work, on Cushions I,the and outside appearance materiaL,of a.For coat this than reason doe .

I. T I I I I , I I T r there is almost as much attention paidto
1M .' '. " ( it,as to,the latter ,and the style
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Frills and Bows Make Tafek -= 'Of QUIET COLORS : Crewe work i Is now extensively ems quite expert In this gauged trimming, changes.as often. Some seasons( the ,,
fete reek Very''' Smart.AFTBBHOON . ployed In the decoration of cushion, which they manipulate according to lining considered to be the best form e
I. showy but durable and harmony their own fancy. They sometimes .is of self-tone,' sometimes It Is plain 1
f' -,- - ............. with the favorite.design of cretonne adapt their creased rows to imitate on and sometimes brocaded, 't striped or 1
4ti It needs no color, card to convinceone with black foundation. Large exam- a cushion a picture frame with corners other fancy silk. ..For the spring... r
that quiet tones will be the ones FAVORITE OF SEASON. ples in black cloth are relieved by an well mitred, and In the center on the son, the linings/ are to be of contrasting .

insisted upon this spring and summer, . , allover pattern of flowers and foliage pink silk foundation, appears a spread- tones, and where one desires, a' ,,
Rodler's statement that all his colors I I L I I delineated with crewels in numerous out fan belonging to the curio world, color tone is struck by the use -of.
would be silent ones brought the pub. A Combination Which Makes tones of wools, and a touch of glitter below which are often added some futurist alike, these being particularly '
lie, attention, through the facility of Appeal to Milady's Purse. ing silk. The artistic shading of both striking quotations or mottoes. I liked for wraps to be used for. '
the phrase, to the knowledge that this blossoms and leaves does great creditto The lingerie cushion Is not altogether evening wear. "
was not the time for noisy colors, says O modern workers. This old style of relegated to the background until
a New York Times writer. embroidery is likewise conspicuous on the spring. A new ''model from Paris Women learn to run automobiles j.r
One of the leading American houses smaller gray cushions simply embroidered is full of ideas for utilizing scraps of more quickly than men '
$ had announced early in the year thatit across the top with garland of white artistic work. The charming/ ----r--: ,
ti would feature soft tones that had white and yellow flowers. A bouquetof cover Is composed of eleven pieces,
been manufactured in the United blossoms wrought too with subdued vis., two large squares of Milan or
States; each of which bore American tints of crewels on pure white linen other lace separated by a rectangular M. TILLER'
names, such as Palm Beach sand, enhances the upper panel of a hassock hemstitched piece of broderie Anglais
Gettysburg gray, Oregon green etc. surrounded with a band of black felt. corresponding with the other four at
These names would attract interest, Applique work is responsible for the head and base of two lace squares, Real Estate Agency.
but not purchasers, if the tones had many cushions In gray and fawn lines, each however, of a different patternof ........_._....__....L ..
| not merit in themselves, which, however enlivened by humorous and pictures open work. Two small squares of bought and old '
| they have. que sketches depicting either a cook, filet lace representing a swan are inserted I Realty
I All the glowing browns are espe- i a jester, a Dutch couple returning to fill up the gap above and Houses rented.
"", cially featured in this output, and as from market or, again, two peasant I under the long muslin piece in the Taxes paid and Tides verified
I beige, wine, and their sisters are al- children on their way to a dance. middle. On either tide is added, from for non-retidenU.
:; ) i ready popular, this drifting toward These rustic pictures are modeled with I edge to edge a wide insertion of filet ,
"Fli' 1 I deeper shade is within the general I straps of linen in vivid hued lace edged with vandyked lace, from Fire. Life and Accident In
. color scheme for the incoming season. Other attractive cushion covers display the peaks of which droop the tassels surance.
is |I The new tone for brown is altogether rhaw pictures printed in colors on the of a fringe in white tread. Indemnity Bond
\\oi lovely I 'I linen ground. A large assortment of Contracting Linings.
Gray will take on a new lease of n I cubhion covers in different sizes, colors It is often said that the lining 00..000.000000........... I!AY
I' t" I favor. It is inlilver., cloud, gunmetal and materials are Bold ready to lie
pearl fog and in a ton caUedmoonliJl'ht I slipped on and fastened with buttons !I - .- ---- < ftl
I when the medium ill se s. at a minute's notice, to the great convenience -
i I quins. The recrudescence of this shade I of many housewives. The I The Place Where You Always Save Money

5 q bring cut steel back into fashion, and I rows of gathering', RBUKings' and flutings -'
. i it i& upt to go: hand in hand with cut I which have for many months encircled I The FAIR PLAY MEAT MARKET
j jet throughout: the season and to the ottoman cushions or crossed
I
8 sb latter there is, apparently, no limit slantwise elongated ones are still lavishly i
put this year. I employed with many variations.In .
As opposed to the fashion} for sub s't a few examples the gathered rows ITS CHEAPER TO 'BUY QUALITY GOODS THAN PAY DOCTOR BILLS. y +M
I dued colors, such as gray and brown, encroach on the central round panel .
there is to be a strong fashion for generally of some rare embroidery or I ,' ,
flgwered fabrics Striped materials antique brocade, which is thus en- SPECIAL THIS WEEK-FINE SPRING FRYERS. yt ,
also are to be prominent. Muslin, closed within a miniature frame of
lawn linen, voile with thick or thin Vandykes in dark satin, says the New GET YOUR MEATS FROM THE "HOME OF CLEANLINESS. r
} stripes in colors to be made into York Sun.Another.
blouses and frocks for morning and diea is to alternate the
afternoon Wear. Striped ginghamsare eY crinkled zones with flat insertions in Phone 245 JOE POWERS 12 Darlington ,
coming back for everyday frocks either bright: colored chintz, cretonneor Avenue ,
for summer days. The smartest flowered silk. Workers are getting'SEEDS
blouses are of white and blue and Mi

white plaits and with pink lawn a square, made yoke with and tucksor a lfU.::: f"'V. :u,::....: \UW'.uf.,':::: .:..::::

front or side fastening xyL .,, i
Frocks are to be built in these colorings _ _
with bands of plain blue which l 1 '
act as a frame, always a good idea We carry all the leading varietiesof
when stripes are employed. One wants Farm, Field and Garden Seed that '
a frock to have a sharp silhouette have been tested and known to be Careful Saving ,
OOWH. not drift away into vagueness, leav- adapted to this soil and climate. We ' aL
.. ing the onlooker in doubt as to its can fill your order immediately for j
Some frocks this season ore plain designer's purpose Gowns, like per- new croo of all varieties of w A" w
J but we would by no means Include In sons, must have some strong qualityto .'/,.
them Seed Beans Seed Potatoes, Knglltih M'
the category the frock pictured fa the ; give them character to give v
,.. Illustration I a certain solidity that you can get I- Peas, Cncumoer, Tomato Pt"IperS.d. .
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and careful spending Invariably promote
hold of.The .
Egg Plant Ktc.Heed
BLOCKS AND BK1BT.
The la In pale ,
gown! developed gray
skirt that is narrow across the auu.tea. Too few reaUse that In
taffeta and the skirt Is covered with I back at the knees, and pulled up and Tbe skirt and blouse shown here la a Corn, Kaffir Corn, Millet Beggar order to acquire the dollars, one mast
wide circular llouuces held beneath a forward to the front with a sash from combinationhlcli Is extremely practical Weed Sorghum Seed, Etc. take care of the nickels. Your surplus
straight panel at the buck The bodice hem to knees, is among the things for all but formal oco.iHlous. The COW PEAS ALL VAIUKTIK8:: earnings will find a sate and "
with sleeves and collar of reckoned profitable vestment In an account
is of taffeta that are as gone. separate skirt of to\ert cnn be worn Rhodes, Natal and Sudan Gnus Seed ?
white net finished with stiff frills. The long coat is another fashion with tke Citizens' Bank of Klaah.yieldln. ..-. "-
The wide girdle ends In a huge bow with a taboo, unless it serves as an throughout the summer with blouses Complete Stock of garden and field you 4 per cent. Interest. l
the overcoat, and the wide elbow sleeves of silk or linen or lawn. This skirt la seeds, poultry feed and supplies, in- _',
aldewlse hip.
placed over with a lowered armhole should be a plain circular one with a belt attached cubators, eta ,..... '.
...OOOO..O.OO.O.OOOOO.OO abandoned. and trimmed with.ball buttons. Write for our spring catalogue and
Long skirts for any occasion are weekly price list on poultry feed, eta
O LATEST FASHION NOTES. OO not reckoned in the spring styles, for Oregon has two women harness- Oldest established and largest seed
A even when there is a train, it is not makers and twenty-nine female hat- house in Florida.E. .
...000000000000000000000000I part of a hem that sweeps the floor makers.
all around but a separate attachment. r A. MARTIN SEED COMPANYNo. CITIZENS BANK FISSIMMEEI |
The flowered frock baa returned Coats that are fastened below the Mlle. Marieconsidered Marving, of France, is 206 East Bay St.
with all its freshness. waist-line are abandoned for those the greatest female athletein JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA..
I T't whose buttons, always prominent, and the world. 'o'
\ ," The flaring double skirt brings with I SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUSTREATMENTll
above the waist, or merge Into a gir r
.fl'' Its logical. companion, the tightfittingbodice. die. The long waistline on jackets is ,

e meeting with strong opposition but no -'
Lingerie dresses are wonders of one can safely predict that its day is DIRECTORSARTHUR ,
beauty, with quantities of lace and done. E. DONEGAN JOHN IL BRONSON! pi,
embroidery. The same leniency may be claimedfor F. W. HILL A. W. GUSTUSlllllllllplllimilllljl""ll'"PI
o V the high collar. True, it is the Make thu J. K. HILLIARD ,
Collars which encircle the throatare leading collar, but no one can deny
seen on the smart street and that the wide, rolling, low one hall 5',
afternoon gowns. many adherents; the new white
4 blouses that were offered last week the Farm ) millullllllmn.mrTmji..
The newest rest gowns are fashioned have collars in this shape and not even lllllllltlllllfllllllllllfflllllllllffillllffllllliiillll fflmWim
in one, but they look like cor- compromise with the fashion that calls
sage and skirt. for a high-buttoned stock. "
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There are small hats with crowns
of straw and the close-fitting brim is NORMAL WAIST LINE. -1 .'c.. *
entirely of flowers. JJ: ,: \1- .. A WISE MAN ,
* Short waisted arrangements Iji_suit of all, the farmer must ,'A'{ ..- d carries sufficient FIRE INSURANCE a '

There are small hats with crowns coats and separate coats--are not so be a business man. ....' ., to protect his property d1'!
of straw and the close-fitting brim is much in evidence as they were in the while ht Ie living and ample LIFE '

entirely of flowers. midwinter and advance spring showing Farming is manufacturing food and food products and the /. INSURANCE to protect his fam.ily a +
line
C being
the normal waist given J "
New demi-tailored waists fit smooth preference, but occasional models with farm and farm equipment constitute the plant. In the event of his death. He t'I
also Insures his earning capacity
the bust and are then drawn the waist lines sponsored by
over high are ,
snugly into the best. the best designers, and these coata Competition is keen and it requires business methods to make I I by taking oat an ACCIDENT and \., ; ,
HEALTH POLICY. Be the
M e*
Foulard in polka-dot and check will I I are than more those becoming of more to sharply some defined figures money. slit 1I ( safe aide. ,- 4 2k

be used a great deal for the spring waist curve! The parcels post has opened the way to wider markets. I We write all lines of IN8UR- ',i r Aga
frocks. ANCE that Insures and endures.
. I Rural telephones, trolleys and mail (delivery have brought. unlim None but RELIABLE old line companies (
There seems to be no end to the ited opportunity for doing business. P In this agency. 'e
JilL1Y1
use of simple upstanding neck frills .__ D. G.. WAGNER '
inside of blouses. S.H. BULLOCK You need one thing; more=': J-rt .. Second Floor Cltlceas Bank Bid*.
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Paris decrees that daintiness and

I + simplicity of spring fa shall hins.be the leading' featuresof REAL ESTATE The L. C. Smith & Bros. \

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To be fashionable the hair shouldbe *+ 0tt 4 l-
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make Cotton it appear satins;are eqrg-shaped.used for foundation of Titles-. a CHOICE OF 5 TOURIST TRAINS ;j j

I garments under sheer dresses. correspondence will give you a prestige and +, rtiY
Specialty. ,
I e e enable you to get higher pnces. "
Wide tucks as trimmings are com- r.
ing into favor. Correspondence Solicited. Your son or daughter can learn to operate the L. C. Smith NORTH AND WEST A

& Bros: typewriter in a short time and incidentally be getting a "Dixie Flyer," _ "Dixie Limited.," .' I : r +

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Book: of instruction free. "s..tIt i Atlantic Limited" 't\jr. ;?
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in Kissimmee causes us r

and customers wish xthat to inform I am my permanently friends and lo- _................n.Mail.........thi...n...ooupon..............._ via ,I "ft; '

. kinds cated.of I aewin will do. dressmaking and all PlcmM send me your free book about typewriter Atlantic Coast Line i \

c) Mothers, don't neglect your daughters PRUDENTIAL ;t :
give them a domestic education. Name ._ 6
'x 1 will conduct a sewing school at rea- / 1HAS '..THEjSTRENGtHOF f
Standard Railread of Hie Seed ? i'PaIba.
i 'sonble prices, commencing May 3. For i P.O. Y ,

particulars calling,*! 222 Orlando and "GIBRALTAR \ .. ears Jacb ..m. I. Ckicage, St Leafs. OnHaasH,......... : ,\ '
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corner Sumner street. ? SlaloT. ti vine ladiajiapoKs! Qevelaad" and intermediate points. H' {
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t ;, 'PACES. 'THE" KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE "t\ FRIDAY APRIL 18,: 1915'

,a .
DR,tI' at ,
: ,< t.IiIpIpuusIssIIILI. IoIIueIoSI I II Io+$ Monday, ';The aerial ""Runaway June,"! the first to oppose the passage of the Mr. Derby/who has!Interested him I.e'an', association of their 'Own he ;;J
Is shown every Monday, accompanied resolution', and in his remarks recited self In this section of 'Florida, is will assist them in perfecting an organization.
by several good reels from the studiosof the efforts that had been made by avery president of the Southern Cattle- It is the plan to bold s.. ;
tf Society Notes et the General Films. company.: On email majority of voter in Tallahassee men' association, and If t)1e'cattlemen meeting here on the.day of,the cattle
:> the -other. nights from six his vote when he to'make for
.,, to seven to change located In Osceola county and sale ,plans organization. -'
reels are shown of a quality to insure was elected on a local option platformfor surrounding sections wish to .organ : -
well, the worth of the admission. many yean ;
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(Mattie Belle Harris, Editor) House 1'_ ed He olutlon.
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1i By a vote of 55 to 14 the house

i 10:" I :Request U made to all patrons of die Valley Gazette to tend Item ABRAHAM JOHNSTONDIES of Tuesday representatives adopted shortly the Turnull after noon con. '

''I of' society events to the. Editor for publication in the.! column current resolution No. 1 providing! i
OF POISONINGYOUNGEST for submlHslon of constitutions I

10 - . . - . . amendment and same was Imm-dlat, I II
_w_ "* It ioio etoioi 10 10 1010*H- OI'I'lo.MIOIOIOI I ely certified to the senate. These

GUILD CARD PARTY. civil war, being a member of the G. SON OF MR. AND MRS. who cast their vote in opposition t<
A card party for the benetfl of St. I I A. R., and has made many friendsin JOHN JOHNSTON PASSES the resolution follow : Anderson.
Johns Guild of the Episcopal churchwill i KisKimmeo since coming here from )KHrambla; Bussey. Palm Baac' ,
DESPITE
t be given on Tuesday evening of widow of the late I lr. D. M. Breaker.She COMBINED EFFORTS : DHiicey Duval ; Davis St. Johns;
next week at the Graystone hotel has scores of friends in the city OF FIVE DOCTORS TO Goldstein Nassau ; Gomez Monroe! ; ,
Vii, parlors: I and l hy her pleasing personality and SAVE HIS LIFE. I Harrison, Duval ; Hurlenback, Kscambla : -
r 4 4l attractive demeanor has won for herself ; Jones, Nassau ; Paul, Coluin
l DANCE AT KINK. I a place high in the esteem of the I Abraham Pojfue Johnston died ear- I his ; Roberts Monroa; House. Was ,',
Quite a large crowd attended the community. Hundreds join in wishing ly on the morning/ of April 13, from ,, ..ullu ; \\.1 Iller, Levy ; 11 son. St ,
dance at the skating rink on Wednesday ( the couple many years of happy the effects of internal poisoning. Johns. Those! absent and not vot
I night. The class of beginners in wedded life. Every effort was made to save the : hIlt were Lake of Seminole, !Strick; Only Fruit of Good Quality
1 the latest dances is growing weeklyly 4 young man's life, five doctors having 1 land of Leon and Wilder of (Hills
and the members are fast learning the J"J'JIIl'SUED/ CLl'B.! been summoned. Although they work { borough. H..pr"Rentatl'e'l1d.'r
t" Mrs. Livingston and Mrs. Bullockme ed hard nearly all night oould Sold Profitable PricesFlorida (
eteps. entertaining the members. of the avail. nothing asked to be excused. Goldstein olI at
'
Nassau, had
IT. D. C. MEETING. Five Hundred club this ( Friday ) afternoon I previously Insisted on
I The deceased the in the business for'r
i United was youngest son Mr. Wllder's vote on the question ofwhether growers this season Growers are
The Will chapter, at the club house.
ty Bryan of Mr. and Mrs.' John Johnston. '
having I or not resolution .shou'd should realize
Daughters of Confederacy met Wednesday 444 bp were taught the )lesson of the profit. They now
y'.' afternoon at the Chapter MEETING PYTHIAN SISTERS.The in January attained last.his eighteenth lie birthday put on I third' reading for final passage value of quality in oranges; and'as never before that quality in
House and elected officers as follows: Pythian Sisters will meet at thehome was a student under further waiver of rules. those who fruit pack alone insures prices
k'' in the public schools, where both pupils I grapefruit. Only
vices : of Mrs. (G. II. !I'rathr-r on Thursday -
L. H. Ingram -
Erenident, Mrs. ; and teachers found him an earnest Ii sent to market clean, bright that give this. To safeguard
Mrs. James Caldwell ; second afternoon, April 22, at 3: o'cock. 1 i
s president vice-president, Mrs. W. L. Puulk; Mrs (Prather and Mrs. ))on..can will pupil and a lovable friepd.' fruit, properly packed received the future those. who have not V i
r \M* was a member of the Methodist FIVE ESCAPE INJURY I
I corresponding secretary, Mrs. Koma be the hostesses_ church nnd active in church life. He profitable prices. There was already done so must plan to ,
J'' Thomas; recording secretary, Miss --- - ---- wan a leader in the various societies little or no demand for poorly install the best packing house IJ

Elizabeth Elizabeth Aultman Carson;; delegate historian, to Miss annual THEA TERS of by the many church of the and other was young looked people up to WHEN CAR HITS POSTFive packed, inferior fruit. machinery obtainable. ,.

'f meeting in Lee burg, to be nam..dlater.
model Christian He
as a boy. was Buy Skinner's "Satisfaction Guaranteed"Packing
I.' ; / 4 4 devout in duties to the church and f;
y I Pixie Theater. lived true to its principl.es. persons had a narrow escape
rl McCALL-GAINES. I John Thompson, an old gentlemanof Funeral services were held at the last Sunday when the automobile in House Machinery and Equipment
I The many friends here of the Rev. t the old school, who has been pleasing I Methodist church Wednesday morning : which they were riding left the road-
+, and Mrs. I II. T. Gaines will read with the patrons of this house during April 14, and were conducted by the way on the causeway between the city Profit-producing 'ehaverecently Begin now on your
,,, interest the following announcementfrom the punt week will be on the boards Rev. S. W. I.awler. The services were! and cemetery and crashed into one of fruit,that whiclr goes added to our already "quality first" cam-
the Lake City Index : once more, Saturday nijCh101\ r. I largely attended and the floral offerings the posts of the fence which lines the through a modern large plant at Dunepaign by writing for
"Rev. and Mrs. H. T. Gaines announce has I Kishimmeepeople road at this point.
Thompson pleased the beautifulever
of their were among most The packinghouse, din, and are making our new illustrated
that
M.
; the engagement ) at the car was of. Tiller and
nearly generation here. The
a ; ago seen burial I
y daughter, Mary Evelyn, to Jam..s'Pinkard old thentiical houses here, and his Row Hill cemetery. At their own was request in- was driven by his Ron, Mason Tiller. makes a market for up a big stock of the catalog. We will be
w yq McCall, of Quincy, Fla., the vaudeville acts nnd character sketchesare his four brothers acted as pall- I With them were Misses Virginia and itself. Careful buyers "Satisfaction Guar- glad to submit pack-
r wedding to take place on the Methodist evening | just as good today, -if no better. bearers. ,I Knthlyn Tiller and Miss BarnhTll. pick out the best anteed line"of packing/ house plans and
i+ of April 22, in the First In trying to pass a team on the road-
'I..v..rvaud"vllle
Anyone wishing to see some ( I He leaves besides his mother and estimates free.
f equipment. ing machinery. ,
of Lake Fla. I Mr. Tiller in
f church City I and humorous portrayal of father, four sisters and four brothersMrs. way some manner lost
"Miss Gaines is the daughter of |I character types cannot afford to miss -- I L. M. Marsh of Avon Park; I control of the steering wheel and L. B. Skinner Co. Lee Ave. Dunedin Fla. )
Mfg.
Gaines of the Methodist the hit at the
Rev. Dr. pastor him tomorrow night. Mrs. II. E. Willis, of Bradentown Mrs.S. car a post roadside and ,
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church, and is very popular in The big Pathe serial, "The Exploitsof W. Turner, of Parnsh; Mrs. J. N. ; turned partly over on its side. One Special prices for June installation!-write now for these. '
a, I this city, having a large host of Pearl White will 'of' the front wheels was broken down
I )Elaine: featuring Park, of Clearwater; John J. Johnston -
friends who will be greately interested The 'I by the force of the collision, but luck-
begin Monday night. property of St. Cloud; Pat, James M., -
4 In her coming marriage. and settings used in this picture are and Joseph 10., all of Kisgimnne-e. All ily none of the occupants of the car
1 The Rev. Mr. Gaines was formerly very elaborate and expensive. No I| members of the family were home to I were thrown out arid except for a -:-:-: >--.o-o---x-: : -o--
t pastor of the Methodist church here cost has been spared in getting theeft'.tH. :> attend the funeral.BUSINESS few minor bruises they were unhurt.
and a large number of Kissimmee and the gowns Il.Ione. worn by 1 __ _ __

w ;5*.1 people" the have wedding.received. invitations. to attend the tune.women A series, are of worth pictures a small that for are SCHOOL IS of Last Mrs.SHINGLE week Geo. Bronson the CREEK Sunday organized.ITEM school class Miss

SULLEN-BAILEY. pleasing Kissimmee people are" thoR"entltl..d Alberta Anderson was elected president 2 5 Dresses in 24 HoursThat's

1 The following item, taken from the "Colonel Heeza Liar, now being Miss Frances Rexford, secretary,
a Fort Myers items in the Tampa Tribune shown twice a week. Besides being HOST TO BIG CROWDCITIZENS Miss Susie Tyson, treasurer and Raymond -
a take-off on Colonel Roosevelt the
will interest readers of
many Tyner, vice-president.
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the Valley Gazette: pictures contain real fun and mirthful' - I I
d humor. Clara Kimball Young in the COUNTY COURT AT
J. B. Sullen of Fort Myers, and
t TURN OUT IN LARGE
Miss Daisy Bailey, of Kissimmee were I, first many-reel feature to be seen here, WORK ON BIG DOCKET ,,)
i united 'in marriage at the home of I has the leading part in "Deep Purple," NUMBERS TO GIVE ENCOURAGEMENT (Continued from Page One.) the record we made with i
the bride's on the fifth. The a splendid drama to be shown Wed- TO INSTITUTION.FINE "
parents
Rev. Mr. Holt performed the cere- I nesday. Tonight's program will be PROGRAM GIVEN BY pleaded guilty and was fined $1 and wonderful values in ready I
r The couple will make made up of "The Man Shadow," a six costs. our
t their mony.home in young Fort Myers. reel Pnthe and "Music Hath Charms," LOCAL TALENT I(I John Highsmith, charged with removing -
i 00 a single reel comic comedy. Tomorrow's 'I personal property under lien made wear for ladies
A crowd which filled available
M every limits
beyond of
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ADAMSONBREAKER.Fred picture program consists of a county pleaded guilty I
"' Adamson and Mrs. Mary L. twq reel Kay Bee, "Mr. Silent Mask- seat with many standing responded I I but the court has not yet passed _.
to the invitation of the Kissimmee
Breaker married at the home of ings," a comedy, "Hearts sentence. -
were Keystone
ct the bride yesterday afternoon by they'I and Planets' and four other reels. I Business School last night and wan I I Jason Howard, against! whom there ,I I I
, ,1" Rev. A. M. Chisholm. The weddingwas All white women and girls will be rewarded with as pleasing on enter- I were two cases, the other having been i
tainment as has been given here in I noted, was found in the second We have few of these left to
a quiet ceremony, only a few admitted free: on next Monday night. guilty I a go
friends of the contracting parties being Casino Theater. roan) months. i of selling liquor in violation of the ,
t present The Casino is now running three Prof. B. C. Ansted, head of the law, but the court has not yet fixed )
i4 school, welcomed the visitors with at bargain prices
j Mr. Adamson is a veteran of the nights a week, Friday, Saturday and a' the penalty. |
neat speech in which he explained the The same fate on the same charge
workings of the school and the advantages was met by Ezellous Posser, Sallie
1:. it offers to the young peopleof James and W. M. Walker.
l y, ., b 'f"i'ri'; .: .j . Kissimmee and .surrounding terri The civil suit of W. G. Hogg vs. Fashionable designs in all the popular fabrics. Ask your neighbor -

,,,',,,, ....,,I') ; ". ..' tory.Other I James Waldron was settled out of who bought one of them. What you would pay from $15.00 to .t
i ,(;, speeches commending the court. .r
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"t :;j1_ ",,IE' (y. L o'f school and pointing the way to larger I Three more "blind tiger" case were $20.00 for elsewhere .''f. (,';.' ''l '''''. and 'better things in an educationalline I cried on Thursday and each resultedin going here. at ____:_ J> e to .
:. ,f:'; \" were delivered by C. E. Yowell, a conviction. defendants were
I county superintendent of public instruction Dave Bronson, Will Bennett and
Prof. R. M. Evans, head of Charlie Thurman.A Some fine all wool Blue and Tan Serge Skirts. Regular $6.00 values -
the city; schools, and W. B. Makinson, night session of the court was wee
I one of the directors of the business held last night to try a civil case, a last atThe $ 3.39
,,
school.tpKndid. replevin suit. -- n----n---------------------
t ; rt selections were given by
Mien Virginia Makinson, Lawrence DATE IS DEFINITELY FIXED
Carr, Professor Ansted and W. II. FOR BIG GATHERING HERE
I Dawes. Each of these proved their (Continued from page 1))
ability as elocutionists and won hearty 11
applause from the audience. I lowing sub-committees: Railroad Dollar Limit StorePHONE .
",,. j Music was furnished during the rates-C. A. Carson ; grounds-H. C.
evening by the Kissimmee Concert Stanford and E. L. Lesley; pen. and I
.i a i. band, the numbers reflecting much' auctioneer's stand.E. L. Lesley, I
John M. Lee and Pat Johnston publicity -
V' ;
i credit upon the members and uponJ. : :
193 G. W. Persons
D. Woodbeck, the efficient leader. -E. E. N ugle; barbecue arrangements Prop.
; Bowl -John & Lee, E. L. Le :\I
The Empty Owing to the lateness of the hour, -I II
ley and H. C. Stanford.
1 the "old-fashioned" spelling bee, which **" " I
r '!/w had been planned was postponed un- .-'"
til later date Professor Ansted I
a an-
Tells the Story nouncing that it was the purpose of \;1
the school to make these affairs \, II I
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I
$
li i ' monthly hereafter.

The highest compliment yon can pay a housewife is to eat LADIES COMMITTEE from From 'i!'

-11 V x c l+ heartily of the food that she places before you. It proves the merit (Continued ACTIVE from FOR page EXHIBIT 1) 7:30 to 9O'clock SATURDAY 7:30 to 9O'clock '";:;

of her cooking.
given by Dutton-Harris Co.; second f'll
prize. $1.60: third prize $1.00. I
1 Thousands every morning receive complete satisfaction, and Best candied orange rind) case of
canned corn, given by R. ::so Floyd 1 1I
;
? enjoy to the (last flake their bowl of second prize, $1.50; third prize, $1.00.
t Best marmalade $5 in I,
grapefruit
trade, given by Cole Jewelry Co.; sec- "After Supper" ;
ond prize, $1.50; third prize, $1.00. Specialsr
Best grapefruit wine, $5 coupon
Post Toasties book, given by J. W.: Prentis; second
: prize, $1.50; third prize, $1.00.
) A' Sr ; Best grapefruit straws, $5 pair of ,I
i shoe, given by Family Shoe Store; I:
second prize, $1.50; third prize, $1.00.
' 7 '1 These daily compliments encouraged the continued bettering Best grape jelly, Star second Ham given Third Floor Offerings for These Hours
". 4 by G. M. Taylor &: Co.; prize, Only ti
; of these Superior Com Flakes. The result was an improved Post $1.60; third prize, $1.00.

.'t rt ,.', T..ticriaper and better than ever. trade Best, given kumquat by F.marmalade H. Lawson, ;$2.50 second in YOU DON'T HAVE TO WALK-TAKE THE ELEVATOR t

tit ; price $1.50; third prize, $1.00.

; ;Itix,,!\{ Only the inner sweet meats of choicest Indian Corn are used given Best by grape Arthur juice E., Donegan$5 gold; second piece, t,
CHILDS' DRESSES.
SILK PETTICOATS. TALCUM
[j$? :rerE:\ in Making. Post Toasties. These meaty bits of nourishment are prize, $1.50; third prize, $1.00. POWDER
,
; 4 1.9 : { cooked, rolled wafer thin, seasoned "just right" and toasted Jo an .trade Best, given preserved by Osceola kumquats Pharmacy, $5 in; Auorted colors; 2 to 6; assorted 15 Regular ISc f ,

1}t' 1.I' appetizing golden-brown. ,second prize, $1.50; third prize, $1.00. regular $2.50 rs "e J Best preserved lowquats, $5 in trade value _______ P
", given by Osceola Hardware Co.; sec- PETTICOATS

W T'-w** ''Mr \ The flakes come to you in dust-proof, germ-proof wax wraps'perf ond Best prize preserved, $1.50; third strawberries prize, $1.00., Ave CHILDREN'S DRESSESTOWELS

IV( i, <* i : "rr.' . ready. ':to serve direct from the package-crisp, fresh and de- y ari' subscription to the Valley Ga- Brocaded; assorted colors; 6 to 8; assorted colors; regular
r.. zette; second prize, $1.60; third prize, 12 I-2c and 15c $1.98
the <
leave
., : )eases M when they big ovens., 1 98 Cigo:

V $ .I.. , ' > 100.Best mulberry preserves, $5 in vahiei _---_---______ C. values. ,,- ___________ ae _n_________ 35c .
-
;j cash; second prize 1.60; third prize, -
i : P'P
"' f fPROHIIUTIOjy. '
't*, -. I ;? "IJost' Toastiesift '. $1.00. ,

AMENDMENT IS .
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;4M. FRIDAYS.: ,A"tlt"l'-S -: TUB. E SSIMM'II :VALLEY GAZETTE' ' x

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; ; I THE KISSIMMEE> VALLEY.GAZETTE. been looking after the packing" 'f of considerable . .' -W. W.Greenof, Sanford,<.was a Oc=
. '(T.lepbes.Na1L) 1. fruit.: -* :"/' visitor to the city Tuesday. > .

"' -.+.f, .'AI"":...Wad .Tucker, ''Mn.. Gay':'Livingston . The Rev.. W. II. Bair'l{suspending .
i. r" Published Every Friday.ByW ,- Mrs. :W., J. Sears 'and Miss ,several days in Tampa.', -..

" .. B. HARRIS A B. O.'VANS AGNIDW. Elisabeth'Carson spent' Wednesday' *atCamp.liammockr' A/L. Wilcox of Rosalie'was a visl- Ladies WKo Care; }ar! ..L- ( ,( ',
r . ' : tor In the city Monday. ,,
1 ..ttOO"O "O .. o..oo... Frank' D. Lon? hat been F.-'M.: Carroll;' of Tampa,-was in the .
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....." .' spending several .weeks,wlth J. Wade city .Tuesday. their I ue.be.t their. .
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An' asparticular about> ; Toiler'Soap they i
Tucker,. left,' Thursday for his home '., '. ; ; \. ,. s
J. B. of iiSiilir '' '
f Weather?' Reportf in Lansing, Mich." business Clements viator to Kissimmee T.mpa-lwas Monday.a 1'1 is .dinner The every want of the most fastidious i can'readily: ; be **p. I ,

J. M. Carson left Tuesday for Camp .
Mrs. M. C. Bandy la. spending the plied from ow f >
f Hammock,,where he and Mrs. Carsonare week-end at Orlando. ii < .'_
I several months to improve i
spending 1
Mrs Judson Jacobs, of Haines City,
: are daily temperatures their health. -
GrldeLine'
was shopping here on Thursday. High '. \ 'rMpin. 'r- i
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1 and precipitations re'ported -
Miss Ruth Bass of St. Cloud, spent +
Mrs. Hilton jr. of ,
by Government stationat Louphman was
Saturday with Miss Winona Allen. .
Kissimmee for the week\, end- Mrs. C. H. Allen and Miss Winona in the city. shopping on .Wednesday. Wood Violet ________________________________._--'10i

ing April 15: took her home on Sunday. -Dr.Tuesday.I. Hyatt. was a visitor to Tampaon KeepTour Alpine Verbena ________________'___________________-_lOc

Friday __ __ __ _.82 55 Mrs. E. S. Hope has returned to H. Gregory went to Sanford Tues Alpine Rose Glycerine ________________________________.lOc "

Saturday __ __ ___80 58 her with home her daughter in Tampa Mrs.after H.a visit H. Huff.here day afternoon on a business trip. Select Coconut Oil _________________________________..lOc

Sunday __ -- -- __85 58 Mrs. Huff accompanied her. Mrs. J. R. Mallette of Savannah Eye Select Witch Hazel _______________.______________...____lOc

Monday __ __ _ __84 63 1.07 M. R. Johns of Stewart Florida Ga.. W., is Persons.visiting her daughter, Mrs.G. Pore Olive Oil Glycerine _____________________-________..:;_lOc' + "

Tuesday __ __ __ __84 59 .19 was a visitor here this week. He wasa Queen of Roses Talcum ____________..__________.______.___ISc
I A. C. Golden and F. E. Wall of
Wednesday _- __ __80 63 and resident hardly here knew twenty-five the place.I. wears ago : Whittier were here this week attending on matCan Queen of Violet Takes __________.______________ :_______?!$< ,.

Thursday __ __ _..79 55 I court. \
C. Sallete and Oscar Lisenby of ABSOLUTELY PURE
Okeechobee came up to Kissimmee i J. Montsdoca and Randolph Young,
t fish to Platte & McFarland. attending county court. II I '
" Call for Your Wants in Groceries
L. E. Harris representing the gov- Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Burckham spent I
ernment census department was in Monday with their daughter. Mrs. R. I ..
i :The Local Field i iI the city several days this week gather- Safford of Taft. -at '
ing statistics on manufacturing.Quinn Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Rogers of Mc- '
Bass who has been: ill with Cook, Neb., who are touring the state,' I When I
TAYLOR'SPhone
.'.O OOt06Q"'oooooooo la rippe, has recovered and returned left Tuesday for Lakeland.Mrs. 1 I .
this week to his work at Camn Hammock E. Gates and Miss Fields of I Being I
C. H. Anderson of Tampa was Cattle Loughman in 1
with the Carson com- were Kissimmee : '
here on Monday. pany. ping on Monday. shop-I Power! II 250 Quick DeliveryHere's N

+-' Mrs. Kenneth Butler. spent Friday C. B. Crum and family left this A. J. Cheek, manager of the Yellow I

1 I last in St Cloud. week for their summer home at Mount Pine Lumber company was a bus- K.. t'I: .t1.e: I <::::>oO<:::::>OO<:::::>OO<:::::>OO<:::::>O ,
I Fred Bass was a visitor to Tampa Union Pa. They own a winter homein iness vistor to Orlando Wednesday.M. : B h, : >>r I i' *. ,' i
) the first of the 'week. Kissimmee and expect to return in A. Rice and wife of St. Petersburg I 111! t i i..ul J ; "(' j Mr. and Mrs. W. B. King left Tues thi fall. were vistors in Kissimmee I 1 lnik.iii.-r. ,: 'b 1 < t-r1": BIt -- ,

day for Okeechobee.Mrs. Mrs. T. F. Cato, of Jessup, Ga., Tuesday. i I leaven ; the 1 .
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C. W. Griffin Wednesday spent several days this week with i I The Dollar Limit store has installeda | toed. i- ?. n 1 y I.11.o"'I ; ""
for a visit in Tampa. her brother H. W. Grady and wife. telephone and has been given No. ; iuifs( i I
Henry T. Bass and family moved She was en route home from a visitto 193. It llji ?li> n. y liht1 .

this week to his ranch.W. Tampa. I Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman and | IK-SS, ni.il.M: it <1 .- A Real it itI
H. Bronson, of Orange Center J. H. Ferguson manager of the H, family will occupy the Thornton cottage J';;)hl fully ,n,;>prtizm. ? g Bargain
visited the city Tuesday. C. Stanford company's St. Cloud store 'I on Verona strele during the 11.,1| "h..J. (JJIHK ,
1 was in the city Monday filling in his summer. I rmiiiS.! r"ul.u"d! t IrJ
S. G. Barber of Boggy Creek spent stock. lie business good at . ,, ', I
reports I Leonard B. Bryan claim agent of :< -atIll <' 11 1''''''. I .
last Monday in Kissimmee. I )
J St. Cloud. I .
" I yudi.
the Atlantic Coast Line, Wednesday )
; Mrs. George Hay of Boggy Creek Mrs. Mary K. Senn accompanied : evening here the guest spent of relatives - \ ,'.r ,jinx-cr (,r I.1. 1 1BV.K We will offer ai a special to the ladies of Kissimmee i

, spent Monday here shopping. by her daughter Miss Emma Senn, I and friends. i't.. 1 Dtin't tale! I and surrounding country for a few days only, what we consider ,, ,
j W. K. Shute, of Orlando was a visitor of St. Louis Mo.:, are guests of Mrs. i I Tom Walker who was formerly employed 0.idst,it .utr, 1
in Kissimmee on Monday.J. Senn's daughter Mrs. J. C. McFar- a wonderful barfain. i i 1
by Lu-fcr & I'rather in KIM- 0 Received Hhcht .
H. Hohner, of Jacksonville, wasa land and family. is I
simmee now working! in the new Awards >
visitor in Kissimmee Monday.P. Marion Carson who has been ill garage of H. A. Cobel.! 1 w..wF_. b....._ Van Raalte Netting
G. Cromartie of Shingle Creek here some time, with lagrippe/ left Judge and Mrs. Illman of St. C ....... IU...... PUg t.--. I
the Monday.E. : Tuesday to return to Camp Hamm yrk, I Cloud 1 f..... Marclo,, 1112.I '
was a visitor to city I I were dinner guests of Mr. and! Mrs.A. Absolutely Below Cost 4' '
where he is connected with the Car-
L. Overstreet of Shingle Creek S. Nelson Tuesday on their way
was in the city shopping Monday. son Cattle company. I II to Tampa.A. of both whit. and t
I We have this well known line foods in Mack
H. A. Myers of the Boggy Creek I Mr. and Mrs. O. C. McCabe, who F. Zachary, of Sanford was BAKINf31P C1 IV '
settlement was in the city Monday. have beeri spending the winter at their here Tuesday on business connectedwith in plain and flouncinf. \ I
Roll Overstreet and J. T. Reaves handsome home at Kissimmee Park the Yellow Pine Lumber com I
have left for Berea, 0., where they will Regular $1.85 value '
pany. .rRUSfU ,
were in from The Point last Saturday.Mr. spend the summer. NOT MADE BY THE $ 25 : :
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Thornton will a yard, at .
and Mrs. W. L. Mosely, of Shingle -------- ---------------
Creek were in the city Saturday. Clarence Johnson, of Orlando visited leave next Tuesday to visit relatives '
here Mr. John- in Nebraska. will The $1.25 grade 4
,' friends Sunday. They alao visit the ,
M. L. Schriefels, of Shingle Creek 85 .
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lived in Kissimmee andis Panama-Pacific
formerly exposition before
shopping in Kissimmee Saturday. son returning a yard, at -----------n-------------------- j
was now employed in the Yowell-Duck- to their home here.
W. H. Brokaw with Griffing worth store in Orlando. The Rev. Smith Hardin of Orlando ( -

ers, the tree peoplo. Broth-I I Mrs. C. L. Bandy spent the week presiding elder of the Methodist : '
Stewart Tyner pf Shingle end with friends and relatives at church spent a few hours here with H. C Stanford-
was a visitor in the city last Satur- Haines City. She returned Sunday afternoon the Rev. S. W. LawlejMonday, en.
Mr. Bandy and son going after route to the Shingle Creek settlement. 1 ,

I day.Mrs.. James McCorkil left Mondayfor her in their automobile.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. French of St. r Kissimmee St. Cloud I $r r
a visit at Orange City with rela J. T. Burckhalter and son, Joe, Cloud, Minn., who have been spend- .. a "
T)00 /
., tives. left Sunday for Jacksonville where ing the winter in St. Cloud were here ;' r

Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Story of Boggy they are spending several days. Mr. Monday returning from a visit to ..,.. '
Creek were in the city shopping Saturday Burckhalter will go to Jacksonville Lakeland.S. ,
Saturday to return with them.A. T. Burdick of Wellsville, N. Y., - - -- ';1 H e ; .i

Earl Lanier, of Campbell Station W. Bailey Southern Express who is spending the winter at St. ...
spent Sunday. with A. Ballinger andfamily. agent left this week for a two months Cloud was a visitor in Kissimmee on jpr'TBAX1NG '
vacation which be will spend in Maine Tuesday. Mr- Burdick is quite an ac-

Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Cobb spent several and other sections of the East. Robt. complished wood carver and bad with Pie",
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days in Tampa this week visiting B. Wells, of Miami; is taking his place him an artistic sign carved on basswood
here. and .' gun stock upon which he tFiICAOO ; :

1 friends.. I. M. Lanier from near Campbell George Nichols of Tarpon .Springs, had cerved a number of pretty designs. JUST. KEcEIVEDM :

Station, were. visitors. in. Kissimmee.. was here early this week to visit( his Erpest Green and W.t. H. Arnold, t -.;u"I.CW...SwC..:...- .
1.1eiL..n 1 '
*' ' "' wife'who is -here'-with' heJ"tmother, who have been _...
spending two wdeekson
Monday. : Mrs. Perdew. Mr. Nichols was for- -...... wl.L< ..I.. ........1ip
Mrs., spent W. H.Saturday Bronson shopping of Orange in Center Kis- merly connected with the Pastime to Okeechobee a fishing trip through expected the to'return country ICJ.ubferMrs. _t.-s_Ull s.4..... A Line of the Originals :

theater here.
Saturday. They are in
traveling a "
simmee.Mr. 1
Mrs. D. G. Francis Miss Abbie Harris covered wagon and camping wherever Bert Calerman and little son,
and Mrs. A. L. King of Fowler and Mrs. J. H. Harris spent Sunday night finds them. of Tampa are spending a week with.

Park were visitors in the city with Mrs. Harry Deyoreo in Orlando. George R. Paschal representing the her sister, Mrs. C. A. Barnes. en route Boy Scout Shoes J JNew
t: Saturday. Mrs. Francis and Miss Harris returned to Springfield, III. .
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Groover-Stewart Drug Co., of Jacksonville
and L. L. Fertic of ,
will --
L. B. Drawdy Monday while Mrs. Harris re- ----- -
, Whittier, motored up to Kissimmee on main several weeks. was a visitor in Ki&simmee CARD 0. THANKS.
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. Monday calling on the drug trade.
Wednesday. Mrs. Ella Beardmore of Woodsfield. "Pat" is a great Kissimmee booster JOHN Thank JOHSTON you dear friends.and FAMILY. novelties in Laities' Pumps in plain and fancy i'
; 6 or 6 doses 666 will break any case Ohio, and Mrs. Robert McCormick ana and showed his feelings for Osceola at prices
of Fever or Chills Price 26 cents. daughter. Miss Ruth of Sisters'-ills, $ 2 S o $4.
county by his ardent support of W. J. '
, from _ __ _______ to
West Virginia left for their homes u
T. A. Bass of Okeechobee spent Sears in the congressional race, the Paint NowIf .':
, Tuesday here leaving in the afternoon Monday. They have been ending splendid vote in Jacksonville proving l .. a' i w a :u
I for Fort Myers. the winter at the Osceola his. ability. you ought to have painted last Lei -.. .. ,
K. McPherson went down on the Dr. H. N. Stewart of Kansas City Mr. and Mrs. H. R. May and two year and waited how much do you These are real values. ue "demonstrate to you.DUTTONHARRIS tr dYw I
5c prairie this week to look over the and Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wilson of children. Miss Myrtle Bobbitt and Miss think you made ? A f
ti, cattle and sheep.A. Kalamazoo, Mich., who have been Laura Thomas returned Monday froma You 11 buy an extra gallon this year. "
W. spending the winter in St. Cloud, vis- trip to Micanopy and Alachua. Miss There's $5 or $6 for paint) and labor. 1 I .
H. Fox and Mr. and Mrs. H.j ited Mr..and Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck this Ella Mae Gilbert who accompaniedthe You think you won't, but you will; ,
I Johnson;' of Shingle. Creek spent week, en route to their homes.J. party returned for "a. visit at Mi- you can't stretch paint.It SHOE CO. t ,
.. day in Kissimmee.Mr. T. Burkhalter returned Tuesday canopy. While in Alachua Mr. May is always so: the longer you wait ; Y}
and Mrs. W. L. Snow of Kis- I from a trip through the southern partof attended a family reunion at whichhe the more paint and wages. Besides "fj
simmee Park were in the city shop- the state for the Atlas Oil company saw his brother J. J. May, of Seattle what paint is for. What is it for ?
ping last Saturday.Mr. While on the trip he visited Okeecho whom he had not seen in fifteen I DEVOEW. j,
and Mrs. G. H. Clark, of St. bee which he says is fast becoming years. B. Makinson & Co., sells it.

Cloud spent Tuesday with Mr. and quite a town. He says there are now _ .. .. _-- __ --- ---- -- -- ------ _.._n --_--- .'
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Mrs. i. D. Woodbeck. some forty business houses there and .. .. .. ... ... .... -... .... .... .. -.. tit
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Simon Kilgore left Monday for his that all of them are doing a nice trade. V -...-- .. .. V. .. 1t... ...- .," "- ... ".- v" t T

home in Harysville Ohio, after spend- Among the fisherman who were in i f

ing several weeks here. Kissimmee in nice over catches Sunday for and local who fish ,
brought
a GIVE US YOUR PRESCRIPTIONSCareful
Miss Jessie the switchboard Cox has accepted of the Kis position dealers from down river points were: '
at
Tally Bass, Rull Johns, Dan Hemterson I
simmee telephone company.Mr. H. H. Howard Lucien Huckeby, ; 1 P
'V
and Mrs. Wood Tyner and Mrs. Cally Turner BennieHansell, A. C. ,
Art Bronson, of Shingle Creek were Hansell and E. R. Bowen. w ti tiat'
Visitors in the city Saturday.C. Mrs. E. E. Naugle and three daugh Compounding:
I A. Williams and his father-in- t&'sl Nary Marjorie and Alma arrived I ,
law, Mr. Muns, were in Kissimmee ff\>ra Jacksonville last Friday to Has always been a prominent feature in the conducting t
from Boggy Creek Saturday. join Mr. Naugle, who has been her. v '
James Averal and wife have returned for several weeks. They have taken of our Drug Business. It is a very important'feature'too DRUI .r .?. rTt

to their home in Petoskey Mich., the Henry Bass home on Main street but our dispensary is in charge of '
after spending the winter here. and will remain here to make Kissim 1 t i

Mrs. C. E. Gardner and little sort mee their permanent home. A REGISTERED PHARMACIST r "
have returned from a visit with rela- W. H. Richards, jr., of Washington, I 'p

tives at Orange Home Florida.U. D. C., Keith Kimmett and Mack G. who understands his business thoroughly. We havea e r
of Bartow and J. Trowell of Idaho and J. J. Taylor
T. Hancock. A. Lightsey of Fort Meade spent of California have been in the city reputation for Promptness, Good Service and .., (

Monday In the city on business. this week en route to Lake Kiss'immee, II .-. ..: .. Low Prices. In addition to our prescription department .- '
where therwill do some surveying fot ,
b Mrs., S. R. Fields and daughter, the interior department of the United. J we carry standard remedies of all kinds. 1 # + ri,
Lena and Mrs. Gates of Lou hplan a
States governmentMartin
Were shopping in Kisaimmee Monday. McClelland and J. C. Huck II

Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Brannan of Columbus eby, of Rosalie were in Kissimmee +

\ home after, Ohio spending, left Monday the winter for here.their. early this week. They bring the news I The Mortar and Pestle Have ever been the lip of the Drug store-sirnifyinf the Compowi l r's art. Bat nowkere /tsi'!>' '
the fishermen of Rosalie have or
that
G. W. Wilcox, of Jacksonville with ganized a baseball team and are ready' does u mean more than it does here, .where the greatest care ukeB by TRAINED COM.'' -f"L,<" V .n

the Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph to meet all comers. Any teams-wish*I POUNDERS IN THE PUTTING UP OF DOCTORS- PRESCRIPTIONS. We use only the freshest and purest drug. ,. '.'in :the '

Company! spent Tuesday in the ing to arrange games can do sob', and Iowa. those who not quite particular. < '0 C ', ', -
city. conferring with C. B. McCaughen of j compounding, yet we charge as are so ,

\ M. Katz J. M. Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Platte &: McFarland. {:;! '' ' -- 'P''J. '
H. M. Kats and Mrs .Edgar Kafcj l M. T.i Anderson,:'propriet9r of the : .,, '
motored to the Lee and Kato groves. Dixi..,Gas Engine company, of,Apop* PALACE DUG. STORE'i' I.. \ .:.
on Monday.. ka was'transacting. business in Kisrsiptmee I .nft' ' \.
.. I The';Rev. W.', H. Ball paid his regj ". .,Saturday. Mr. Anderson : ', .... ._ { I '..A--

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f -1'J. FLORIDA PROGRESS A 1VIR.-08PERIT'Y PAE"jill:j :.



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Y; MORE GRAPEFRUIT IS I: $132,000 OPAIDOR I Trucker.NEW in DU'f''d'CELERY'and' FIELDS.Gadaden Counties I[INDIANS GOME HERE: I CATTLE MEN' BEGIN



,, MOVING THAN ORANGES r Column Forward PLANT CITY BERRIESSHIPMENTS I Jacksonville.Find It a Profitable number of Chop.trucker TO SEE DR HICKSOscar SPRING. COW HUNTS, "., a

throughout Duval county contemplatenext '
fall putting in a large acreage of
PRICES HAVE SHOWN A HIGHER FRESH REPORTS OF PROGRESS ARE FALLING OFF celery as it has been demonstratedthat Micco and Lewis Tucker, two The cattle men of Osceola countyare
STATE ANn PRICES GO DOWN-TWO the be wellin Seminole Indians, arrived here on beginning their annual springcow
,LEVEL IN NEARLY ALL MAR- FROM THE ADVANCING crop can grown as :
this part of the state as other.J. Captain Johnson' boat last Friday hunts on the ranges.
WEEKS MORE WILL 'WIND UPA any
KETS OF TilE COUNTRY-THE:; OF FLORIDA.Lake F. Zetzeshe and B. C. Brown, near night from Fort Lauderdale. They Ackias Bass is now at Basaingerwith .'-.
,, DEMAND FOR THE FRUIT IS SATISFACTORY SEASON AT Hogan; on the Mayport branch of the had started out to walk to Kissimmee a crowd rounding up his ,cattle. .
ACTIVE. City.---Columbia county com- THIS POINT. Florida East Coast railway, are shipping but were picked, up by the boat en- The firm of Lesley & Bass will be. ;'
A missioners, K W. Turner chairman, -- celery and the stock is of such route. gin their cow hunting on April 19. 1 .
Cars moved last week _. _ R26 will erect $5,000 school Plant City.-The strawberry shipping good quality that last week ten inch The two Indians came all the way Mr. Lesley and Mr. Bass spent sometime '
Cars moved week before last NIC fMontKello season is drawing well along towards crates sold for $2.25 to $2.76 and the here to call on Dr. M. J. Hicks for at Gardner last week preparingfor ,,,w- '

Total to last Saturday _. .22,7H2 ; Jefferson county (.om'l the end for this year, and re- twelve inch crates $2.60 to $3 in New treatment. The Indians are* great the round up.
missioners,1.I Scurry, chairman, I suits for the season, considering the York friends of the doctor and would travelan W. R. Godwin started his cow
Jacksonville, Kla.-The citrus'1 movement expend $: I (0.000) to (.n.rt schools I general weather condition the grower. city. even greater distance to consult hunting between Whittier and Bas-

last week was nixtecn\ar', < more Iru..te..s' I have had to contend with, are considered : QuineyEdward Hargrove hasdemonstrated him when ill. last week. 1
' Si, hool senger
:New: Sin
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than the week or a total] of ) exceptionally good.A also busy east of
previous election, $10.000( ( ) to $',0-I that good celery can begrown Ed Whaley is
on
427 cars of grapefruit and ::59)!! !> cars eonsiienng bonds, ''ha' ,site, and elect total' of :il,7)0! () quarts of berries 'I in adsden: county. As an expo Miss Hattie Haight of Green Ridge, Whittier in the St. John's marsh. "
Olio to t
of oranges, a total of N2i: (; < nrs, 'I In ..,hoo, !. puu I were. shipped l front the local platform invent, Mr. Hargrove planted a Mo?- has taken up hog raising as a The Carson Cattle company began 'I
citrus fruit, movement" MIKM. .' Siptim | se 1. Y dining! : the past week, the prices paid small field, iind last week he cut and business. Besides giving a great deal its roundup on the range yesterday.
bar 1.1! has ]been H.l.7; ;:! i.its orange- I Si AIII II t tun. I II \ letlin )1'1 linen:, the growers ranging: frone 'Kc to 1 101 Jc'. ihp; toil several crates, which was of of her attention to the hogs Miss

I and 1 C,I'1 I ins' /C1''p..fnlll.| i it'elul', plan |I"i licit allll'dal, school I with, an average price of !)I.Sc for allhcriH's t'\t.,.ll<'nt quality, well bleached and Haight has over 300 leghorn chickens The suffrage bill in the Texas leg
Good<; 1 pi II I's for IIUIMf' and) (-Tiapl1 .. \ "hipp.,1. There are still lots wi'l,' islature defeated by four votes.
III''! -1 ( .1 01' IM' 'I.I 1C 'I I.1 IM I. easily pass as high: grade quality.It which takes much of her time. was
fruit l are In'injr ]plod! in lilli'' I I'\ r" ) if )babies to be shipped, but with the I is nndi'i, ,.stood that several of the -
market and] last; week. Iht'\ lul'hr.t, ) :' I' tc i 1 LIII,, I n *M }ho'il 1.u",i il i iIc pi'''n'''is clown to the I minimum, ., the ,11 'in IK "is in this vicinity will plant a i---- - -
i' plies MIIS I'ai", ) ((01 man" )!!"" I"'IIIV Ibt' I i ti .1 11.! 'ni\ II I 1III'd, AJ;) ( o St (!'i iM< s an' iriMDg the" ir nit i'nt inn to large' airiMgi" next year. Mtifi"L tw? t' ----.x--X-}"rSP{-M 4GG44e'-L- )
' 'I 1 h. .11, kI I . f..i, l, tin-.. earls .] ind,,) "litrunthe II
present hlpp''" '; se a '''' 'in. I I'I'I i 1"1'| .1' )lull" ".II'! Vigil puns'igel' " ;
ale jidiManil 1 [iruc's ad'tlw, rd ear, 1.1.,,, | ,'., .1.t ,nil CIIIIJIMIC' hi': :fc'in; .IMHI.u / ; I I 1.\. IlId".I,1'i ; but a vd''1 i lie SPVKKI. ItKKKI SEASONIS :: rl
coidiiiitlvTin' I, |: ,ll II! |I"M" I "It I inn I I",,I"il I I' U" I'M' ,. 1 Illll i "illlllto 1 I nc t Ihnl. the. ",jjfel.t.t1,1, s alt mat, ,it l II, ,: |IN FULL SWING
'ii, .I. lie usual, II op "..I' \'al..." ,1 It'I I t I ". li' ic' .mil hejiiiela'e' d"It. I f for" shtpinc'nlI I.I I. Build NOW t
ciavbieh .111" no\\ moIMJ., ? 11..." I 1 1 I Inns' the I be I jmiunjr" of thc sli'ppinj.c ; SlaiKe:; I'la -Th Bradford! county or Repair
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II stion eli.ni.inel sad,, Ili'1 tic Ilan, 'Llnrn' "I nftulthfpubbl. : " ,1I-ti'Pti.ln1 t i '" t i .a.'.on.. to dIte, a lot.,1 .of 1.1.I \ si 1 .i\, 1."I M\, ,. ison is at its height' and I
mantling: n 1"'III e. in ,H\! ,1 IIHfiuit III, "" I II IIUI,! I I..> e> >'.1 h, oiinlv, \\'in s, ',,',",| '11 I.I I I of be. l IIii-I habe'i'n !,I.i,,ie '! IHMU, utIIving. large I :
I II''is e'stimatcij, t Ii itMillMill II"", II .11. "I, I ''," I"I II I,I! Il'" rAI I I Millar| ,, ,,] pi'I It. r I 1111)1,) I till 1"1, : ]pltrll"' ,I 1 m. I,,'t tl' I I' 1'1 ", .. IM' le-s| in than last'1uaptiti..1 f '
I.V I' : iiiai'e" "I' i. season) '
( ( ( In I ItllO.IIIMI l\ "I "I II t.. I I' I I"i t I" ugh' li < liotil. : I 10'"l ln ,' | .i" i 1 III" 'IuLII: -Illll ol \\I'I I :.I HI.Mlnr I 1 .,ul I In- Id::II fri..t, destroyed about\ :!;, i ..
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f"11:1" : to In blppe'el,: 'I I heiii .. I "I.II ,.IV had I, ( I In1 t t. .t'" .I t fioin' ante* plan: ; nc .t. I" Ills. t teil.iU. In' I 1. |.MI,, of hi- \b'-rnes and t x
Mt t I
.-\'er bei.HIM .e ,,el :Neil ",,1qll"llty \ I "Ili" I I1" t tl)I"i 11,, 'I"d i) c.n la-. i nunl-' ,.ic, 'h I ,, I' :nil, ,"I(cols, fieiin f | u'rr i 'ai 01,1 I : ,i n. I"ncnii"i''J', ,<' 'I 111)'" bellies.;hung.. \hiought in are

] III -I, III I I s I,,lit,. II". I 111,1 I ,,t I I- n i n.n i a,iIln'elr'I, .till I \' I pupil I I, IIIIinnutun' 1"1"i e i f i I 11:1 1: l' ti t < ',11 V t tl'I 1 11, I 111' \ AIIII, i t 110. ,,\ Ionfint'd'1 to I the) Starke .temtorj I For 30 Days
""'Y"'ICf' II and nin-.tm' >"i ,.." 01,1 i I d'"I",'i i" e_> 'iiMiin.' each. v.tii I niiiiiiiiuni I I"LtI' 1 I ae I In, 'II",1110' 1 ' ( nowt: t ,. Inr'! )\r I";' Lit f, l.awtej',
oin
sin mai kits in fine i.einilitiemTile , .'.clni' |' ,I.IpalltV\ of Mill; 'libiai.s' ,and,,, -IIGI I :I.:' 1 ''liX toll 1) I 111. 1 II'pen' : J I'I eil'lSlllll I .,iki.."towci Miitlii, riieiessa and Jlllmpt.0I1'1 .'.
ilemaiHl for 'ap'f, 1 ,nut, till K. M._t 'toiini' |Imcrleut: with inaniial'' : .. ,\. ,.o.* t'l Mil.' ,cillK about.. bill "t f ( 'ltv air li.mlnif, their .. f. We Are Offering

mains turn; and, pine" "'itiifattoiKspe \ I I'.111,IlIg i ,in,iins, cloinest u' silence, I ooinid llic I bellli's, shipped, farm'" lh.lt pollli' ,mil,,,' they. ale sold f. o. l h. platform I
<'iaTI\ 'is the demand, e -neiel for 1 the loiuing' dllllll ; loom ; ajipi'opriat. ion I 'rlu! Iulluuulg,j sviltmMI > gl\cs tin flues last week ranged! from $8
medium, -to Hinall-<-t/v-- -The I -l'adl'I.: l In 111111 i'.1C I h). ft shjpim, fiomcaeh point.\ per bushel On March :30 four refrigerator t FOR CASH ,

1 8 VEI-rrAHLK; M< \'KMKNT. loll :Myers.-Ur\) I'. n. !Mallusonlias (juiiits I'lices. < ars were ]loaded and there were 011(
AT J1'S W.\S I.ICII; I IOpus. plans by F..1. Kennaid, 'I'ainpa, 1'liint, ('Ity 7JI.:! ">-17 :$1JHH01!: ( :! large local shipments by express. The to

for I "hldell, ('... I 1111"1' lalJ71, ,: l :!oJ.IOk 'i'!, \\tnlher has been unfavorable, cold Lumber Shingles Laths and Shop
i ) .--The movement of vegetables Sjdney :28t.122:! (1i.0l'I;, ) < ,. and damp, but with the advent of good I i
is light for this "-ason of the >'ear. Ja, <'ksonMlle.- rMrs. Lillian M K. - '- --- weather shipments will increase fully
The stock IH of good quality but I the llawes is leporteel' : to erect $2.r>,OOOlesielence ) Totals !'IIJi40: ,(; $liY--l::! : :! I !9'' ; ,0<) per tent The variety is mostlythe Work ,

returns indicate that some of the fshipmenta and' $7OOO) bungalow said ISydnt'p( .. I poit, incomplete' ) I I KlondykeIOM . 1
have sold| for Rllli"fud.ry ksonville. -- --
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prices, while other returns indicatethe I * Sliipnu, nts by days for the week : .\TO SHIPMENTS! AT LARKIN At the lowest price ever offered before in your city ..
reverse for practically the same I'I'o> stock. There are but few specked to- log plans for residence; two stones; )"'.. shipments, ale as follows : I I Iarkin-About .six., to seven car- .
matoes coming' to the packing houses frame and stucco; 1'rru-l'Il1a tile Quarts Prices loads of tomatoes are leaving here per Rough Framing $13.50
.
and no RignH of stem end rot is apparent. I roof steam heat; wood cornice; Iwo I'uday 7,:>80 $ (I55.20: week Comparatively the movement
baths; cost $',,000.i is lijfht Good; weather has prevailed Dressed 14.50
,
1OIololld"y (> Framing
4" Saturday 11,280 M1
i f and all stock now shows fine quality. t
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MARCH WAS THE" i St Augustine.-l'. L. Wallace, .Canton :\ ,010 551 l.,10 -- .
S yI (OLDEST 11001'11JlU'kRonvllle. :: N. Y., will ere't'resldeure.' 'I'iM-sdav 7,872:! tSt oJHH: (; 4li.HO:i< GEORGIANS .1 Flooring, Ceiling Siding t

{ .-The past month, according l'.t"r"Ju'j-. C. Caseill. I 'Ihursclay :{,HIO(:> 451 .:JO i.
to the United States weatheibureau erect t two dwellings in Davistaat - 10 MAYR'S REMEDY I
has been the coldest month of YSt C I Totals u_ .:!<}700 $$4,057-11: I
C. Steele will
the winter in Florida, besides breaking Petersburg- ---- Let us have bill we will surprise; If .
; .
.. you. you
i your w
erect two residem in llavistuf :':-} --:-<-: : ON4POS C :-:-. {: ,:,";''' >
y all records for !March weather IH.Story. Lives Ki-deemi-J and Fortunes in

'" Much damage by frost has been i;' Petersburg.-W.e f M 11. Upsum, .:. FLORIDA TRUCK FIELDS. .> Health Are Recovered. want material, we manufacture from the stump, and .

', reported from almost every section "f' Ixxkport, N. Y., will erect residence' a Most of the of health can save you money. .1 We GUARANTEE: grade and \
the state. in Roser park. . I'3 problems originate -
I C * Wimauma.-Crops are looking fine ill the stomach Most of these workmanship to be up to the STANDARD.
to KENDALL TOMATOESARE St. Peter"huq-Vr. C. S. Shurtleff The cucumber crop, which was injured ailments can be cured. Thousands of

MORE PLENTIFUL has plans bv Kerdon & KelthAm forseveral about 25 per cent by the late frost, people right in the state of Georgia : _- _.n __ __ _____ __ __ _
'--.-- Kendal. The tomato Is moving dwellings; bungalow style; asphalt has been replanted. The tomato crop I are needlessly suffering from stomach
crop troubles while thousands of others
and Mate shingle roof cost ,
; to be
promises large.
from here in good condition with threeto about $2.500 each. 8Biscayne. have found health by the use of Mayr's.
} five carloads a week. The C. G. ". Wonderful The dose of :
.-Truckers have planted a Remedy. first "t
'; Smoak packing house opened the first St. Petersburg.-F. E. Campbell will large acreage of sweet corn. Some of I this remarkable remedy is proof. : Yellow Pine Lumber Co.PHONE
of this week. 20 there will
By April
erect six room bungalow on Seventh it is already in tassel. Here are the words of two Georgianswho
be about one carload a day shipped. avenue, north. e C have used it: .

* Orange Lake.-There are 220 acres B. DUNCAN W. Peachtree St.. -
t 'e FLORIDA VEGETABLES IN N. Y. Tampa.-Edward H. Steinberg will in watermelons at this point. Ship- Atlanta, Ga.-1'I/ took one bottle 01Mayr's 195 KISSIMMCE, FLORIDA !
New York.-With one accord, receiver not erect bungalow as lately reported.
ments will be at least two weeks later Wonderful Remedy and it did
this ha been . .
Florida season than usuaL me so much good I must continue the' PROMPTNESS OUR WATCHWORD
poor in vegetable and are Arcadia-Sacred Heart church, Rev. 444 treatment." :

1 now living in hope of a good season Latiolas, pastor, let contract to ReadA Kendricks.-There are 320 acres of SALISTA THOMAS, 65 La France i J

I In vegetable from the section farther Murrill, Arcadia, to erect building; cantaloupes in this vicinity and 160 St., Atlanta, Ga._"I have taken your i 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000.0.0.000000..
"rA north. Beans, tomatoes and lettuce 27x62 feet; frame; cypress shingle; acre. of water elqnll. Growers are remedy for five weeks. I feel like I r '

# are the three commodities usually electric lights; cement pavement; cost anxiously waiting for some good Florida hardly known my strength-my appe.,; -
relied upon a* the le.ders. but all ofthe $2,600 without mechanical. equipment. weather to help the plant It Is title i* fine." .
f have been' way below the usual . impossible to determine what the out- Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives \i@".'
,t i have been a bigger disappointment Belleview hotel, authorized J. J. Eld- 4. If: C
and intestinal ailments. Eat much '
+j 1 than any other vegetable. With rains ridge, superintendent, to build brick- Lady Lake.-There are about 575 and whatever like. No more as distress The of the world'
,;4 and frosts the Florida grower has had paved road from Fort Harrison avenue acres of watermelons in this vicinity. after you of in eyes
,
:I l'' a tough time of itTomatoes continue and Belleville boulevard to east en- Weather conditions have been unfav- the stomach eating and around pressure the gas heart.
ti spotted and sell anywhere from trance to Belleview grounds. orable and the crop is not doing as
Get bottle of
ee one your druggist now
'I 1 $1 to $. iClearwater. well as desired. and try it on an absolute guaranteeif the
who
.-Pinellas county commissioners C s CRaiford.About
's Both wax and string beans brought are on man
j1 will expend $350,000 for ninety crates of not satisfied money will be returned. i
$2 to $3.1>0, with very few reaching
the top figure.Desirable seven miles road construction; brick strawberries were shipped from this
iI ". eggplant brought $3 to asphalt, macadam and modified asphalt point last week. The late frost killed PROFIT IN FLORIDA HOGS. e

$3.50 and to for the less many young berries and blooms and
$1.50 $3
; e Twenty-six: hogs; average weight,
damaged ripe ones, but the vines are
I desirable grades. Green Cove Springs.-Clay county unhurt. each, 300 pounds; price on the hoof,
4 e Peppers ranged from $2 to $2.50 commissioners have plans by J. B. Mc- C C C twelve cents per pound; total $936. SAVESAUSE ,
for nine-till crates, loose $2 to $3. Crary Co., Atlanta, Ga., for construc- Redlands.-The Florida Citrus exchange Time, six months; place, Okeechobee.And .
( Peas, large and fancy sold at $3 to tion thirty miles road; sand, clay and has a branch here. A pack- the expense was nil, the originalcost
$5, poor $1.50 up to $4 for ordinary local rock; cost $120,000. ing house may be built in the near of the little pigs representingalmost
quality. C w e future. the entire outlay.
Lettuce brought $1 to $1.60, with Miami.-City will receive bids to C C This is the report made by J. I). I

lima beans $3 to $5. construct 8,000 to 9,000 feet sidewalkin Boca Ratone.-Vegetables are mov- Harry Lee when they came to town
A few Florida potatoes have arrived district No. S, this completing side- ing freely from this section, including yesterday with twenty-six porkers
j and are selling at $6 to $6.60 walks!! in district No. 3; also open bids beans and tomatoes. Shipmentsare from their farm at Lake Okeechobeeand
I for No. Is, and $4.50 to $5.60 fork in about sixty days for about 14,000 averaging 300 hampers of beans sold them on the local market. for a moment man I

'l No. lineal feet walk in district Nos. 4 and daily. The hogs were raised on the Lee farmon P young '

,1\1 New cabbage is high with indication I 6; B. H. Klyce, city engineer. C C C Torrey island in the lake, and and give a thought to self. Theproblems
t 1 of going still higher. Crates Florida City.-Tomatoes are movingand they are only six months old, their
.z sold at $3 to $3.50, baskets $1.60 to : West Palm Beach-City voted $100- the quality is much better than weight was 300 pounds each. that
I, $1.76.-The Packer. 000 bonds for streets, sewer extensionsand first shipments. The crop is late but The average hogs ran wild until winter and confront you now, or
j., seawall; award contracts within there will be an abundant yield. Late
'
the Lee brothers to
J FLORIDA LIME. CROP LIGHT. thirty or sixty days.. beans have been planted and will be-'I feed.-Miami were MetroIlOlis.Illusira..ted no. expensefor will a few years hence.Look .
.
y MI.mi.-Owin. to the backward r} ready in about thirty days.
: spring, the lime crop from the key. Lake Worth.-Board of public In-
r \/;: will not start before six weeks. There struction Palm Beach, let contractto and Wear Out Your
No Use to Try about yo.-the men of affairs in country state nation I
6 ;w was a heavy bloom in December and Lu S. Bonstoel Lake Worth, to erect Cold-It Will Wear You Out war -jtt. ,
t IQ w January, but with few exceptions: the school building. Instead in tfce ..rld, arc the men who started to save early ii in life.
. .
j did stick and the
bloom not growers cards
estimate the total crop at 500 barrels Key West.-Waterworks committee noted Thousands keep on suffering Coughs postal They have the respect and confidence of the commoaity.The .
J. R. Valdes chairman, l lately and Colds through neglect and delay.
,
g" :: of early fruit. The bloom for the 10 for'$1 each stamped and mailed

$ :" main crop, if i i. the expected weather to make I Is Its warm appearance -, to lay cost water of $16,000 mains,, replacing invites bids old until pipeat serious Why make ailment yourself*.and an epidemics easy prey a* the to 26 for $2 I 3 or 4 a week until you look M the other ald--.t the fellows who ipead aO th"fake

within the next week and this fruit April 17 for furnishing water mains, result of a neglected Cold? Coughsand 40 The for greatest$3 have record all. of the world' -they may have a cold time for a while, tat what does tLpereMaafitj >

'r should be ready for market about July hydrants valves and connection. for Colds sap your strength and vitality 200 different cards. Send reflect? '
; war already
+ extension of pipe line; specificationsupon unless checked in the early ;
i to
1. It Impossible place any Agarei money in letter or money order to
: on the main crop at the present application.. . is stages.what Dr.need-the King's New first Discovery GEORGE FRISCHNiederwieaaSaBony A dollar K se deposited in thii bank wiO be the
I(*l there will be Florida limes you
time but
i no breathe
for five or six week and then only Miami.-C. Arthur Peters let con- Your head clean up, you : Germany naclems of an honorable, independent car..,.
j\\
tract to W. E. Martin 915 Seventh and feel much better.
I freely you so Make beginninf
3 light shipment vow new-today. Tow
Miami to erect building at
street
\ Buy a bottle today and start takingat
'b ITSIf'( PACKING HOUSE AT VIKING. Sixth street and. venue C, 25x69 feet. once. bank book wifl pave the way.

''t; It 1 I. understood that a new
Viking.- Titusville.-E. L. Brady let contractto The in Holland always train. CHOICE FARMS
i ," packinghouse will be erected at this army SELECT HOMES ,
J. E. Easterly Titusville to erect. under the watchful eye of Queen Wil-
,y point. The grower and shipper contemplate building; brick: 30x60 feet; asbestos I helmina. VACANT LOTS AND ACREAGE.
organization. I State
forming an Bank
roof; electric lighting; two stories. :
consideration
The plan now under
frame; rough stucco, with half timber
:; ,1 '-( provide for a packing house 40x60 Boca Grande.-Boca Grande Mercantile -, effect; plate-glass front; architect is MRS. MARY M. SUMMERS.

'+ ',' feet equipped with modern machinery. having plan prepared receiving bids. 608 Penfield St.
r i ; \b? There are at present 120 acre. of to- by F. Co.kl.; Tampa for two C. e of Kissimmee
43 4 # 'jh roatoe on one'farm and in addition story brick store building; cost about Penaacol.W.. C. Frederic i* preparing -
;'M ;\< ,- to this there are Urge quantities of 20000. plans for business building. On lock west.of .iib1t..i pttlMeav !
:' (, :" other vegetables that could be handled .4.Beadentown.J. s r a the second Capital steck
1: : u. (Clyde, avenue -------------------------------__$100,000.00 J
.; '. through. a wall equipped home. W. Steven will West Palm Beach.-M. E. Gruber wet of court house leading _tll.) ......I 'Ce8... -----------_? 400000.00
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two will erect four building.
.' \ erect three store buildings; or five-story
; FLORIDA POTATOES IN DEMAND. stories brick. . tTM
; Officer ..* Director
; Jacksonville. Silsbee Jr. will .. i4
;' Philadelphia.-Fl r s t .arriving in moderate quantities and Bradentown. J. Palmer will repair three brick building on Ashley C A. CARSON. IW. J. M. LEE. Vice IW. %;
\ there' U a food demand. WMUthe erect building; two stories; 70x50 feet; street; coat 3000. .
?.quality .. rule 1* not .t etly fancy brick;' lower floor for stores; upper Sbup Jacksonville 0.- flat D.ee ... mist '11II Nmlt M. KAne 2nd VICe Prao.
), hold, and then floor for fourteen offices.MlamL Miami.-E. ha Btcam* 01 tt. tonic and taxatl cttad. LAXiVTIVB -
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market: cleaned up Isles sad don sot eeea aenoe..a aoIs
n lock bring $&60 to fo'per barrel -C. Arthur Peters has plan. building two stories; reinforced concrete heal. *.me bar ....Ian e.e.ee .. .
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: ..t" " " : wHAT TO PLANT THIS' , '. ..;....,'.w..t:potatoes, te-. __
: MONTH AND NEXT nips, watermelons velvet.buMo-
: HOW TO MARKET CROP nOF :. .
THE fay.-Besns
i'I HOME GARDEN IN THE SOUTH : ,FRUIT AT A SAVING: ..* 'following list Include what experience ., coHardJ, butt.erMans.a'Jonpe.
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demonstrates eucass.SOD (
Serie I" ..>. .J M M ... ..0..+. each canasbe theeea. eggplant oa-a.
A. *-of. Fourteen, . A Article' FurnUhed,by the' United State* Department of Agriculture. . ? EditoV.Valle,. Gazette: molt crown suitable,for Seek variety squash,: sugar\and .
tomato plants Watermelon
seed
NO.:J-::SELECTING'.6EED, ''.AND. PLANTS. ., FOR SHE GARDEN.. consent' I will. last week,, by your' cornea around. "in,.the,. several .stctloqs velvet beans, dasheens.Taaipa. . ,,v

,f '_. ... ... .... ... .."'-.': A"AA''A&: : ...A'. ; ':" &'''': 'A '' ...... .:.. A..:. ... .... '& :,. _......-.A..... ...A.A...._ ... .;-.A AA A ; '" A... __ ..;. that they tr\to t show the growers of the state,, . Orlaado. TUasville. sad
.TTTTTTTTT.. . . _' .,. . . . .,...._ .. .. . . ... . . . . . . .. . .T..TTT..T can come together pack North and 'West Florida. Southward. '
and market their ,
The seeds for the' garden,,should 'be abpli.d.I I.'Fresh manure'from .t6. 'en to the ;watering: and. ventilation of ing to themselves crop; to The a big'present sav ,ApriU-Beanc, cantaloupes, cowpeae, Beans, collards, cowpeas. erieani.'

be secured considerably in advance of horse stable wilt be found satisfactory the bed. The soil should never' be allowed m.thow.,, will ,take i a"small packing cucumbers, eggplant, English pea, hers, eggplant, kohlrabi, okra, rad ;
.the planting.s.aeon says the United for this purpose.. Turn the manure to dry out but it should.not be house as a basis to work from, Irish-potato*, kohlrabi lettuce,,okra, ishestsquash, sugar corn, sweet potatoes '
', States department of, agriculture. Secure two'or three times : It kept -water-soaked.. Moisture U h.casary as they are generally the costliest parsley,*;parsnip peppers,' pumpkins, tomatoes, onion plants pepper ,. .*-- '
a catalogue from a reliable seeds In the bed, in order to make it>uniform for the germination of the seed considering the small amount of business radishes,. ,rutabagas, squash sugar pumpkins, velvet beans.May. .' '
man and after making a plan of thegarden "iD composition and mechanical and for'the'gruwth of the plants but done; we will say one that is corn, sweet potatoes, cotton tomatoes .-Beans, butterbeana, ._ 'cow* ..
y' .Iedthe varieties and quantity condition Make the excavation. for an excess of moisture should be avoided able to put up one car of fruit per turnips, watermelons,yorghum.' peas, eggplant okra peppers, purnp- ..a.-
_; of each needed. the bed about eighteen 'inches deep .,-.. 'it' stimulates' the developmentof day. And we are going to allow 10cents I May< -Beans, butterbeans, cantaloupes sins, squash,' sugar.corn, sweet, potatoes "
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4, In most sections of the south it is and put in fifteen to eighteen inchesof diseases, especially damping-off. per box for washing or in other ( cowpeas, cucumbers, eggplant tomatoes '..
desirable to start' plants of certain fresh manure, packing it well by Water should be applied early enoughin words we will cut out the! washing, okra, peppers, pumpkins, yquash. sugar f
,crops before the danger of frost has trampling. Arrange a frame over the the day to allow the plants to dry agreeing that it cost all they charge, com, sweet potatoes, tomato SIMPLE REMEDIES .
passed. The simplest method of startIng manure' 10 the slope will be to the 1 before night. Ventilate the beds dur- and work on a basis of the dry pack. plants and seed, watermelons, sorg> Amomni applied to cold sort will '
a limited number of plants is by south. Place four or five inches of .fog the heated portion of the day -but Alright, the packing house man in hum. velvet beans. relieve the inflammation* -A date held,'"
means of a shallow box in a south good garden loam over the' manure cover them in time to insure their figuring his for in the mouth will relieve the Inflammation , ;,
window of the dwelling. After the and cover the frame with a hotbed warming up enough to prevent chill allows 10 up charges packing, Central Florida. of an-ulcerated tooth. ("lf' 'the +,
plants appear the box should'be turned sash or heavy canvas, preferably the ing the plants during the night and cents to per box house.for picking April.-Beans, cantaloupes, collards, scalp is dry and the hair is falling out"'
hauling Some
packing
./ each day to prevent the plants former. The manure will heat quite In the lower south cold frames may cost and less cowpeas, cucumbers, eggplant, Ene- nothing is better than crud. oil'rubbed: < r
", drawing toward the light. A more rapidly for the first few days. Dur- be used instead of hotbeds, and canvas and 20 more cents come box cost for material much in lish peas, Irish potatoes Kohlrabi, thoroughly into the roots of the hair <<
per lettuce okra onion
; satisfactory method of starting the ing that time ventilate the bed frequently or cotton-cloth covers instead of plants, parsley, .
each
box 5 cents box
for
] is by means of hotbeds or cold to allow Ithe' gases to escape glass. ; per packing parsnip peppers pumpkin, radishes, British troop. serving InIndia, mm
games. A hotbed six feet by six feet and to lower the temperature. The The United States department ofacriculture' ,I day and it where will take they lour put up extra one car per rutabagas, squash, sugar corn, dash- paid by the Indian government. '

will be large enough for the average- seeds should not be planted until the ''to unload and men the ;fruit one .h __ _ _ __ _. _
garden specialist wagons
recommends keep
sited rather garden cheaply.and In can the be colder constructed region degrees.temperature After goes the down seeds to have 80 or been 85 the following planting table to ''emptied; one to run the sizes out to . . . . .. . . . . . .. . -. ..... . . .. ........... ..
lid to and load in
; one stamp
up car.
of the south. some form of heat should planted, close attention. should be giv- southern gardeners: We will allow them $2.50 per day.
--- SEED:
-- --- That will make $10 car for that
Quality of Seeds and Number of Plants Required for 100 Feet of Row, Depth of Planting, and item. Now here are per the figures:
Distance Apart for Row and Plants.Required 1 ,
Picking and hauling a car of FOR SPRINGPLANTINGFull .
300 boxes ___________n$30.00 :
for Depth Distance ApartKind Material at 20 cents per box_ ___ 6000
of 100 feetof -row for Rowe.I Pack, at 5 cents per box __un 15.00 '
Planting Plantll in Four extra men at $250 _____ 1000 line of new crop seeds of all kinds.

Veg.ctable. Seed. Iforee Hand the row We can supply want. Write for new catalogue.
Seed Plants Cultivation Cultivation Total . __ ___ _________ ___ ..$11500 your

The packing house man charges you KILGORE SEED COMPANY .
Inches Feet 50 cents per box or $150 per car;
Asparagus _nnun 1 oz. 60 to 80 1 to 154 3 to. 2.feet 15 inchc. a profit of $35 to himself. Suppose he PLANT CITY FLORIDA.
BEANS: runs one hundred days, he has a profitof {

Bush _.__________ __ I pint __________ 1 % to 2 25 to 3 2 feet :3:I to 4 in $3,500; his. outfit, which is very 1f
Pole Lima __un___ 54 pint uhu_ 1',, to 2 4 3 feet 3 to 4 ft simple, house and all cost him not
Bosh Lima _____ 54 to 1 pint ________n 154 to 2 3 254 feet 6 to lQ in. over $1,000. So he has paid for it -- -- -, --- .
Beet __ ____ __ _________ 2 oz. ______ n__ 1 to 154. 2 to 254 15 to 18 In. 4 to 5 in. in 100 days and has $2,500 left. Now oo oooooooooooooOOOtoooooo..oo..o..o.oo..o. .. . 1
Cabbage __ nnu_____ '/e oz. 65 to 90 54 2% to 3 2 to 2% ft. 14 to 18 in. why is it that the growers cannot y.
Carrot I oz. __________ 54 2 to 254 15 to 18 In. 3 to 4 in. come together and .save that for them- I '{
: -8oz. liO to 75' S4 2'A1 to 3 2 to 2,4 ft. 15 to 18 in. selves. If you are going to organize, You Cant misS 'Ion ;
Celery 1-8oz. 200 to 250 1-8 3 to 4 18 to 24 in. 4 to 6 in. why not organize all the way from the so
Collard ------------------1- '4 oz. 65 to 100 % 2 to 2'A1 18 to 24 in. 12 to 18 In. to the consumer? It can be Our S a't41GDOQs ' .
Corn, '4 pint __._n__.__ 2 3 to 3'A1 25 to 3 ft. 10 to 12 in. done and until you do it you are at J \'
'AI oz. __u______ 1 to 1 % 4. to 5 4 to II feet 15 inche. the mercy of a crowd of men, most Ip
I EIf oz. 50 to 70 54 3 2 to 2% ft 18 to 24 in. of whom have no interest in your -
Kale __ oz. __nn____ 2',, to 3 18 to 24 In. 8 to 10 in. grove, only for the profit they get
Lettuce _ oz. 125 to 200 % 2 to 2'A1 15 to 18 in. 6 to 10 in. out of it, and some of them make a 1
MELON : brokerage over and above their pack- \ NO kt
oz. ___________ 1 to 1% 5 to 6 5 to 6 feet (Drills 18 in.) ing charges
(Hills 5 ft.) My plan is for the growers to organize TIP I
oz. ____ __u__ 1- to 2 8 to 10 8 to 10 feet Drillll 2 to 3 ft. buy this material in carlots ; r J
---------------4- ( Hills 8 ft.) and do this packing as cheaply as possible .' t
Okra __- oz. to 2 4 3 feet 2 feet They will find that It can be iD
.
ONION: done for much less than 50 cents per 3. ;'
Sets _ quart I to 2 2 15 inches 3 to 4 in. box ; or should they charge that, there
Seed __ oz. ---------------1 'AI to 1 2 15 inches 3: to 4 in. will be a profit to be divided, which I
Parsley _ oz. 1-8 2 15 inches 3 to 4 in. will go to the grower instead of some t tk
Parsnips oz. 54 to 1 2 to 2'A1 15 to 18 in. 3::I to 4 in. one else.The .
Pea ____ to 2 pints to 3 3 to 4 254 to 3 ft 1 inch. I growers should appoint a com- k 1 1yk' J JJ a
POTATOES: mittee whose duty it will be to (fet I
Irish _unhhn___ I 5 to 6 Ibs. hUn_ 4 2'A1 to 3 2 to 254 ft. 12 to 18 in. the census of all towns of any size
Sweet __ ______ __ __ :3 IhR. 75 slips 2 tol: 4 to 5 4 to 5 ft. 14 to 18 in. from 1,000 on up. Tabulate them and
Radish F __ ____ ____ ___ 1 oz. _--__-__ 'AI to 1 2 12 to 16 in. 1 inch you can figure that towns of 20,000to r
Saillify nnnU I oz. _n__ _____ 'AI to 1 2 15 to 18 in. 1 Inch. 50,000 inhabitants will use one to
q J Spinach _____ ______ __ __ l oz. ______uu 1 to 2 2 15 to 18 in. 1 to 2 inch. two cars of oranges per week and yk'yk'r '
SQUASH : (]Hills 4 ft.) 50,000 to 100,000 will use two to four
Bush __hnuU___ 'AI oz. _-__-- __ 1 to 2 3 to 4 3 to 4 feet (Drill 15 in. cars per week. Then, when shipping :
to 18 in.) I[ time comes, send men to all these r !

Vine ___ ____ ______ __ _. 54 oz. _____nn_ 1 to 2 7 to 10 7 to 10 ft (Hills 8 ft.) towns to handle your fruit. S r .fyf
Drills 2 to 3 ft Ohl! But someone will say we can't
Tomato nuhu_ I-8oz. 35 to 50 54 to 1 3 to 4 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet do that; just think how many men it

Turnip h-----Uh---_". "L.z.u_ uu____ ___ _14 __to 54 2 15 to 18 In. 2 to 3 in will take. And we just can't find men yf 4
that we can trust. Well let metellyou
I Details regarding the cultivation of I a later article. They may also be I I which can be had by writing the Uni- you are furnishing double that BALLI'y '
these various crops will be given in found in Farmers' Bulletin No. 647 ted States Department of Agriculture. number of men with employment all PLAY ,' I
the season and you are trusting them, .
---- COME TO US FOR EVERYTHING YOU NEED
too; and many of you to your sorrow.
law of pure and wholesome living; exercises, the installation service, and Well let's see how my plan will FOR THE GREAT GAME. WE'VE GoT THE "AU.'
w.c.ii.j. and finally we pledge ourselves to closing sermon by C. F. Evans, our THORIZED" GOODS-EVERYTHING FOR. EVERY "
I COLUMN I labor and to pray that all these principles special guest of convention Mr. Evansis work.We will take a town that can use ti
founded upon the Gospel 1 of field secretary for Kentucky and one car per week. Suppose you have ONE. ... :
Christ, may be worked out into the West Virginia, and comes to us from your own man there at $6 per day, COME IN NOW AND GET WHAT YOU NEED ,SO -
The regular meetings of the W. customs of society and the laws of a successful series of meetings in the straight time. That would cost you
T. U. occur on the third and c.\\ the land. I I strong union of Alabama, in which $36 per week. Suppose you shippedthat YOU CAN "UMBER UP" SLOWLY,AND. BE IN GOOD?"

Fridays of the month 3 p. m., Christian Endeavor is pushing forward same car to a commission man SHAPE WHEN THE FUN STARTS. ,. -.4'. '1 w
under hi."field leadership. Do and he treated straight and it '
i the Chapter House. The Impetus that you GOODS 4"
the convention has given! the work, not miss this convention in Jackson sold for the same that your* own man WE HAVE "CORRECT'VSPORTING FOR;

and the interest,.manifested are very I I CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORIt I ville. It is worth self-sacrifice of, would have gotten for' wou\d.it\ $600, ALL KINDS OF SPORTS., t 't. ;i. i'1'' ,
encouraging. New members are being money, time and strength to attend. 1 The commission man get $60 ;
recived at each meeting. Several GRACE A. TOWNSEND. i a loss to you of $26. Suppose your 2O

new lines of work will be taken up Interlachen, April 6. man would sell twenty cars throughthe W. 'B. Makinson Co. Phone 123 \y. .
for the coming year, which promises I is coming in Jacksonville, and I season; that would be a savingto ,
to be the best in the history of the commences Fnday afternoon, closing SOUR ACID STOMACHS you of $500; your license would ") :. ,
local union. So many inquiries are ) Sunday night, April 16-JS. The pro GASES OR INDIGESTIONEach cost you $50, leaving $450 saved by .......O..06..O.... .... .. .". .. . .... .
made in regard to the work of the gram is printed and is good. If you one man. Now you could not do thisif _ _ .__ _
W. C. T. U., that we can best answer doubt it, write state president, D. B. "Rape's Diapepsln" Digests 8000 some of you were to ship to some
by giving its Declaration of Principlesas Curry, box 918, Jacksonville, for a grains food, ending all stomach commission man in the same townon
follows: copy, and if you want to see one, misery in five minutes. consignment, for he would get it
We believe in the coming of His write him anyway. Daytona Congregational and report it received in bad order '
ARE YOU GOING TO START A NEWSPAPER ?
kingdom whose service is perfect freedom young people first planned to Time it! In five minutes all stomach and then go ahead and undersell your )

because His laws, written to our send two delegates and then, conclud- distress will go. No own man.
members as well as in nature and in ing that was not enough, are to havea heartburn sourness or belching of The thing to do i. to have your own
grace, are perfect, converting the soul. money-making" delegate-sending so gas, acid, or eructations of undigested men, and then if you sell to an out- IF SO WRITE US ABOUT EQUIPMENT ,
We believe in the Gospel of the cial. What are other societies planning food, no dizziness, bloating foul sider, make him pay $1 per box on
Golden Rule and that each man's hab- to do toward special effort toget breath or headache. the trees and get your money. Then We Have All Kinds Of F ,
its of life should be an example safe there? Remember, entertainmentis Pape's Diapepsin is noted for its he would have to hold up the price to _, ,
and beneficent for every other man free. Write Leo E. Pettyjohn, YMCA speed in regulating upset stomachs. get his money out of the fruit. t
to follow. building, how many are com It is the surest, quickest stomach rem- You have got to do something andit '
..We believe that God created both ing from your society or town, names, edy in the whole world and besides it is time you were up and doing. Do \ _
man and woman in His own image, I also, for the ladies usually 'are put it harmless. Put an end to stomach not work always and allow someone PRINTING MACHINERY ,
and therefore we believe in one stan- closest to the church. trouble forever by getting a large else to get the cream of the picking,, ;
dard of purity for both men and worn* Though Jacksonville now has four fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin while bearing all the burdens.
en. and in the equal right of all tohold white Young People's, one intermed from any drug store. You realize in Oranges have been selling all this '
opinions and to express the same iate, and two junior societies, all services five minutes how needless it is to suf- season for 15 and 20 cents per dozen, r,.
with equal freedom.We will be held one place, PresidentCurry's fer from indigestion, dyspepsia or any while the ruling price has been here,
believe in a living wage; in church, Riverside Presbyterian stomach disorder. It's the quickest, on the trees, 3 1-2 cents per dozen,
courts of conciliation and arbitration; corner of Park and Post streeta. surest and most harmless stomach taking 200 as an average per box. :
of gain The local union was started recentlyand There is too great a difference, and FOR SALE
in justice as opposed to greed ; doctor in the world.ADVERTISED. -
is the loser of the largest
the
in on earth and good-will to Samuel Bowles its president, will grower :
"peace have a part in the welcome addresses. LETTERS. part of it.
men. Next week I will give two or more .
We therefore formulate, and for Friday evening. Kissimmee, Fla., April 12, 1916. and
of
i ourselves adopt the following pledge, Convention motto is "Advance; Advertised list for the two weep l different plans preparing mar cost fiI, 4
and brothers of a text, "Lift up a standard for the keting the orange crop, giving
sisters 26 1916
asking our ending April :
common danger and a common hope, people." Isa. 62:10. Theme, "Raisinga Hohnson, Mrs. A.; Jackson Mrs. of This packing is written and handling for the in each consideration plan.- Oa acconat of the coBsoHdatiea .. floe Van., Gazette sad life I

to make" common cause with us, in Standard." First" session "A Stand- Callie; Josephus; Jones, R. L.: Jones, of the Osceola. Journal we tan a swpbu. of priatiaf sackiaery. We .. ;.
working its reasonable and helpful ard in Fellowship: One is your Master B. J.; Kohler Wm.; Morison Arghed; grower.G.. B. WOODALL.Cake for sale the feDowiag Y- *. -
precepts into the practice of everyday even Christ; and all ye are brethren. Newman Miss Florida: Petty Mrs.

: life: ." Saturday morning "A Stand- Annie; Quinton, Mrs. U.; Ross,. Mrs. tins, patty pans, etc., are easily '
'I' hereby solemnly promise, God ard in Spiritual Life:" They continued Annie; Mrs. MD. I.; Smith cleaned bv boiling. Put them in a 1 Intertype Typesetting Machine ,
helping me, to abstain from all distilled steadfastly in prayer. Saturday"fore Otto G.; Talley Harry; Taylor C. P.; saucepan with some soap extract and f M
fermented and malt liquors Including noon, "A Standard In Efficiency: Let Waymon. Mrs. Mamie Warner} Miss water boil them for about an hour Practically New-Extra Mafaxiaes. j
wine, beer and cider, and to all things be done decently and in order Julia Mrs. Mamie; Willson, and they will be found clean and new- 4
employ all proper means to discouragethe 1. Cor. 14. Saturday afternoonwe Miss Mamie; Wood-vard, G. B.; Woolf looking Soap and soda or borax 1 Book and Job Campbell Press '
use of and traffic in the ssroe." learn of "A Standard in Service: Mrs. Stella; Williams B. J. may be used instead of soap extract 4d,
To confirm and enforce the rationals Whatsoever thy hand flndeth to do, do B. B. SJMPSON, Postmaster. if preferred. II
This Biackias II large eaoafk for six cakes. amart. ..... .
of this pledge, we declare our purpose it with thy might. Saturday evening
to educate the young; to forma there is "A Standard in Christian Citizenship A ?
better public sentiment; to reform :" Righteousness exalteth a 1 No. 5 Boston Wire Stitcher (New)
so far as possible, by religious ethical, nation but sin is a reproach to any Route ,
the drinking Prov. 14:34. Sunday morning Montgomery Express
and scientific means, people. "
IjL classes; to seek the transforming for the sunrise prayer-meeting Favorite aH-tlwyear train from Jacksonville to St. Louis. Through 1 33-inch Diamond Paper Cutter ;.f" '
I?' power of Divnie grace: for ourselvesand the early risers present have,. "A drawing-room, sleeper; all meals ia dining ear. Two aigbU and oo. dmjr. M
all for whom we work that they Standard in Sabbath Observance. Re- ..
and we may wilfully transcend no member the Sabbath day to keep it Dixie Limited and Flyer fiP"SHP9l South Atlantic Limited One Jobber 8x12 C. & P. "u
hojy. Sunday afternoon is the session Dlii U.!t.i. l..t..t I .T. ,x..N" *..'* AlUiiw LI.it.d. lit. qukklr.i. ,

for junior workers and the chil- UMM.a.lh.ywmMl N.rthe'.li Mrrkn to fl&
'RUBMYTISM.Wffl dren. Sunday evening, the regularprayermeeting MC-.a" Louis .... .,... ,. .u. B9BSB9BBD o, n>it sad .. .. w..t.r.dals sad ray of tke above, writ er .... 1 y t. C
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topic, "One Day in Why Travel by the '1.. and N.? fil
for the Things." Ex. TERMS Part cask ... balsas times ."\ '"'
Kheumatisim Seven : v
. cure your follows consecration Bseame of fast UBM. reek UlWed track:, modem belie imexwlledlaiag
Neuralgia, Headaches, Crimps 20, 120. Then .. sans service te every UporUat ten aal hi the Watt aad North-
Brnlws Cut and wept: choice .. Testes. SrrosiSusdiHail agate, esipUyees aad oBciali.JifLm KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE ' '
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T a THE"' KISS-IMMII'' "V"'L'IET'" : '' GAZETTE FRIDAY., APRIL 1 $,. ,t'.ls'"r., .,,:,
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eo y better'of the two steer was marketedoff I';.,
SOUTHPORT RANCH TO KENANSVILLE BANK with, whit lines to show k
; I Block where'.the cut would com from--lust the
[ 1 For ,the
1t :MELON APHISsr Breeding flank, lolnt round, rump, for and hind .

RIVAL BEST IN FLORIDA TO OPEN APRIL29 hank b., plate chuck: dod... :
.. .. WATSON i Alicf Und.y Webb U Arverfera ..."., Chicago neck. The dressed L;carcasses of h' if .,
two animal bore out '.
. . ........ ... The I promise of each, one showing plenty'M ,
BLOODED STOCK IMPORTED TO opening: date of the Kenansville t
':''This 'plant louse it commonly called CROSS WITH NATIVE STOCK State bank has been postponed again So successful l was the Wisconsin per cent of the carcass' which was of both fat and firm beef. the other'
,; r the melon aphis, and frequently in and the opening has now been set for Livestock, Breeder association in I marketable'meat and wa by: far the little but heavy.bone* and. meager: i
q Florida the "Hessian Fly." It is, NOW ON RANGE AND GENERAL April 29. reaching "the man behind" with the most desirable and the'most useful. stringy covering. No farmer who la d

however a very different insects from IMPROVEMENT PLANNED BY A letter announcing: the change was traveling exhibit of profitable and unprofitable The quality was choice and this classof breeding and feeding for- the block-
the true Hessian fly which devastates COMPANY. received this week and It reads as follows farm animal this fall thatit cattle produces cuts which are easily needs to.be told which,will bring the
+ ,,) the1 wheat fields 'of the central state : may become a permanent feature of marketable at tho prevailing: priceto noney after he has once, had the two
:Aphids have sucking beaks, and derive Speaking of the Southport cattle W. B. Harris.Klssimmee. the year's work. Thus it will become the best class of trade. The other brought before him in so vivid a com- '\1

.. their nourishment from the sap ranch, located in Osceola county, the Fla. unceasingly: evident' that "any old steel, bringing: $6.76 dressed 46.35 parison. 'Sy
k4e .of plant These insect do not chew Orlando Reporter-Star says: Dear Sir:-We beg to advise that, thing" in the way of cattle cannot be per cent and was nothing: better than
r the plant, and so arsenical* and other W. M. Davis, secretary and treas- owing to unforeseen delays in the made to bring top J prices;>> for beef, no sausage: meat. This beef could not
.toinach poisons are valueless against urer of the Southport Cattle company, transportation of some of the supplies matter what the ration fed. be used on the block and was prac- j
them. Because of their small site and returned this morning from South- the contractor will be unable to'' The first weeks in August the association tically no better from our standpoint Send us Your
location on the under side of the port, where the company has a 19,000 nave our building ready on the date bought on the open market than an ordinary bologna bull. These
., leaves, the malons aphids are easilyoverlooked acre pasture, for which they have recently announced by the committee in their two steers, one a two-year-old mongrel figures are based on the chilled
in the early sta purchased 6,000 head of cattle, 'I I t Invitation to you. I of 830 pounds weight, which at weights, which represent a certain Orders For r
outbreak. The grower: too frequently 2,000 of which are now in the en- I The date for our opening day has' $6.50 per hundredweight, cost $45.66. I standard shrinkage which is deducted .
fails to notice their presence until the closure. I therefore been postponed to Thurs- The other steer was from a pedigree : from the warm weights of dressed ,
curling:, wilting, and dying leaves be- The ranch will be used for a dual day, April 29. sire of a good beef type, and weighed beef before the cattlo are figured." : .
come conspicuous. purpose, that of pasturing beef cattle We hope this unavoidable change in 950) pounds. At $10 per hundred- As the by-products are a large part I BEAMS i''
The melon aphis is a dangerous pest and raising thoroughbred stock. The the date will cause you no inconvenience weight he cost $95. He was thirteen of the value of the steer to the packers : '",1
of cucumbers, cantaloupes squashes, company has recently imported six and that you will be with us months old. it is notable that they find more CHANNELS
F watermelons, and other cucurbits. It thoroughbred bulls from the stock on this later date as per the former With two cars and a tent, the association use for the animal that has plenty of ANGLES AND f ;
i commonly attacks cotton and citrus, farm of Cobb & Derby, York, Ala. invitation of our committee. took these with other animals good firm fat, such as that on theyearling ALL SHAPES
r and is found on many other plants. The Florida cattle will be crossed, and Very truly yours, to point a similar lesson to breeders I ( which had not been allowedto i'I I
There are four measures that ire Mr. Davis says that in a few years: FIRST STATE BANK OF KENANS- of hogs, sheep, dairy cattle and horses I loseh is calf fat, but had been kept
these in the beef cattle of this state will be VILLE and made the circuit of eight fairs,
effective in keeping bugs I I by B. F. Roe, Cashier. I istaying growing steadily. BOILER PLATES *,.'
dusting doubled in size, which will mean 2,000 a week in each place. At In I
check: Spraying; fumigation; -- -- order to make the lesson clearer -
; and clean culture. pounds, and upward. There are already Gafesville, Chippewa Falls: Neilsville, to those who visited the exhibitiontent TANK STEEL S .;':
Spraying.The I on the ranch 4,500 beef cattle BRICK ROAD FROM JAX the stale fair at Milwaukee, North To- I of the live stock association, the I GALVANIZKDCOPPER .;
and 1,500 cows. mah, Mondovi, Baraboo and the harvest AND
grower will probably find that "Six thousand acres of this ranch," festival at Madison, farmers from t
l ''/ the most satisfactory method of dealing I says Mr. Davis, "will compare favorably TO KISSIMMEE SOON the adjacent districts had opportunity ZINC SHEETS f
I', with an outbreak is to spray with with the rich lands of the west, to see the animals and study their Gutters 1 1
w a soap and tobacco decoction. lie I a black soil that will produce sixty to type and the figures as to their cost
;y'r will probably find it cheaper to buy seventy-five bushels of corn to the ---- I and feed. TRUSS RODS I l.vJACKSONVILLE
the tobacco extract already made; bit acre without a particle of fertilizer. St. Augustine. -From present j indications From the beginning they were fed Mould inj STAY BOLTS
if a supply cannot be quickly obtained there will soon be a brick highway :
This demonstration has been a practical the same sort of ration-a mixture of STln 'TUitAL
11. when the first signs of aphids appear, practically all of the from r
way
one by John M. Lee of Kissim- ground corn, ground oats, bran and
it is better to make one's own than to mee." Jacksonville to Orlando and finally oilmeal, except that the older animalate Picte'CS.OUR IKON WORK ,
It. delay action. The tobacco stems and Kissimmee. Orange county is now OF ALL KINDS .
Mr. Davis anticipates that the ran'chwill about five pounds more daily, getting -
a refuse are placed in enough water to building such a highway. Seminole '
l he run in I such an up-to-date man- / 22 pounds of feed to the younger 1(
1 cover them well, and boiled gently for ner that it will give a great impetus county is completing that section of one's 17 pounds. The cost of feed ALL HAIti WOODS ;\
an hour. The solution should. now i it, St. Johns will soon have a sixty-
for the weeks between
to the cattle industry of the stateMORE : I ten purchaseand
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have the color of strong tea. Before four mile Duval has several miles for the
and slaughter was $12
be diluted with ten of brick all but four youngster -
14 use, it is to parts paved with and $15 for the other. But itneeded LAUNCHES I
I of water. hard surfaced material, and Vo
: now
DEMANDeTHIS no barker at the tent entranceto IKMUKH A DSIUFI"S
r" tobacco decoctions, lusia is bond .
i ThC ready-made planing to to pave fromthe tell the visiting farmers that the
of which there are many on the market I St. Johns line to the Seminole I -
much in the amount of nicotine line. yearling steer was busy making prime BUILT TO i
f'' 7- vary SPRING FOR GRASS roasts and juicy steaks out of his daily !
present, and consequently in the I I II At the March meeting( of the county ration. while the other's great pauch, OKDKK
proportions in which they should be commissioners, were received from theVolusia bulging/ below a meagerly covered ea PICKETS ARE OUT BOILERS AND
40' should hel t
diluted. "Black-leaf board of commissioners
county
l .) used in the proportion of one part to I That the people of (Osceoln. countyare stating that it is planned to hon) I bony little back that, showed would that command he was a fancy making on' the best fences In town, because TANKS BUILT TO ,

"+ 1000-1800 of water. The weaker solutions awakening to the possibilities of for brick highways in that county and] / the butcher's block but they look best and wear best. In O'UH'
such as "Black Leaf 2 1-U": the land in this section as a grass producer asking: what St. Johns will do to meet price on feed than his fellow.was fact this applies to all our Lumber PUMPS FOR ALL "
requiring
iR 1, should be diluted with about fifty is evidenced by the fact that such roads. more 1 and I'I
When the to slaughterthe
'r parts of water. It is of advantage to more farmers are sowing /grass this Assurance has been given that St. animals for day market came the yearling BUILDING MATKKIAL I PURPOSES
put into the solution something to year than ever before. Johns will pave with brick from the / COMPETENT FORCE '
v a make it stick better. A good formulais Tests made by a few have proven Duval line on through the Volusia line weighed and 1,om< 5 commanded pounds, a gum of HO of To buy anything In these lines ')''l FOIL IIOAI) WOKK ':
the following: Dissolve whale-oil that grass can be grown in this section and that: this work will be completed pounds, a price without obtaining our prices will s
'' or other caustic soap in five /gallonsof i at a big profit( f and the farmers within a few months. $IO.:.if;>, which made his final price mean not only a loss In money, but AT ALL TIMES
water. If the water to be used for are beginning to take steps" to enter. The last brick in the Hastings sec $1 IOf..f( >H. The other weighed 1,070pounds a loss in the quality as well, to you. I
spraying is soft use two or three II grass-growing more extensively. Lion has l been laId] and the potato city ] a (gain of 240 pounds, but thegain Any good carpenter will endorse this
pounds of soap ifl hard use more. Add Conrad Bryan, of the Waters & is planning to hold a tv b-day celebration was in bone and paunch rather i
thin in beef he commanded
and boil for five minutes. When ready Carson Grocery company, is authority commemorating the occasion. on a price :
one-fourth of a pint of "Black-leaf 40" for the statement that whereas, in April 2.'i: and 24. It will. be II gala I little more than half that of the totalof better May Lumber Co. f_
animal, $5.75; per cwt., or a
Kl to use dilute with water to. fifty gal- years gone by his company has only I'vent nail citizens of St. Johns umlother C.l.Tili.. ; : Hearing in mind the fact
; ions..f averaged about ten or fifteen poundsof counties will, be asked to attend for II. II. May, Manager. I
he feed and
In applying the spray use a nozzle seed each spring, thin - that cost more ,juiteas FLORIDA ,
grass year
r. Phone 21 .
much for care, it is not difficultto KUslmnaee F1..
w, of the Vermorel type with an elbow, I they have sold over 200 pounds. The I
r and be sure to spray the under side' !grass seed sold has been divided among/ ST. CLOUD DRUMMERS recognize at a glance the good -
: t of the leaves, because it is there that the well known species of natal, sudan steer from the poor one.
I I 11. C. 'arr, the manager of the
For.this .
the aphids are located. rea- and rhodes grass.GARDENSEEDS
son, adding tobacco extract to Bordeaux I PLEASE JACKSONVILLEJacksonville Plankton Tucking company, which Q
[
for will : purchased! the slaughtered animals on
blight
+ when spraying
i ordinarily not give satisfactory results SENT October I 11 H;, thus wrote the secretaryof What About Your Insurance? ;
; In controlling aphids. I the Live Stork lireiders'associa! -
i j -Kscoited by its fifo tion regarding( the stock.

,) Fumigation. 'I|L and drum eorpof six men, all v >t"nviiagu "The yearling sU'er y'l'ld..d12.4:1' < :
--' migat.ionin1oaL.l.lw.ro BY L'ENGLE- ARRIVEThe t'an4+f the fivtl Wflt', where -a_ No matter what you may want in the way of Insurance I can

d ? method of destroying the aphids on a seventytwo 'ur-, ", forty-foUl
4\i supply it. I make of
and
a specialty Indemnity Fidelity Bonds Life ,
plant. If used in time, when the aphids ineni'iers, of I.. I I.. Mitchell post, (Grand; ) NEW SHOES. ,
t r are confined to an occasional hill garden seeds of which noticewas Army of the )Republic, marched from Fire, Accident, Health and Tourist Insurance. \
t on the. field, it will be the best method. re'entlyiven/ in the Valley Gazette the union station" to the Until Albert, You need, larger footgear in summer .
v, Fumigation is best accomplished by have arrived and are now ready where they and their friend and than in winter, and it is always Courteous and prompt attention, no matter how

burning. tobacco papers under framesco.e..ed for distribution. Several packages/ tives accompanying them, { n.h'l best to "try on" in the latter part of large or how small an amount yon wish. 'a
I;, with. oiled cloth. have already been sent out to persons for the time of the state encampment.These I the day. The feet are then at the i
uiUft&. who supplied their addresses. The old veterans played "taps" and i maximum size. Activity naturally enlarges -
1 /) Fine tobacco dust, placed about the seeds came from the government of- put the entire hotel to bed with the them, or. makes them swell; CARSON FARMER ifJ q

a young plant when they are wet with fices in Washington through, the courtesy exception of the pinochle, and crib- much standing also tends to enlargethe
,dew will kill many aphid When theaphids of ex-Congressman Engle. bage contingent, and the contingent of feet. New shoes should be triedon GENERAL INSURANCE.
i '; : / haTe had much of a start, thus Those desiring packages can sand night workers and night owls. over moderately thick stockings; 'Phone 230-3.t
t"" . s''method. is considerably less. effective their addresses to the Valley Gazette The veterans who compose the fife then you can feet on a thinner pairto Dahlia St. .;
1 \.:. ', :.. :;' ,4 than spraying.'Clean:. and they will be mailed out withQut and drum corps from St Cloud are: ease your if the shoes seem
a' t } delay or subscribers may secure packages E. Schofield too. tight. It is remarkable what a IT .
rty i"," ': T* '" Culture. E. Lambert, J. Bradley, .*
.
\'oIH ,";'" : ; at the Gazette
{ ) by calling Valley I P. Lamb, William Stewart and Wil- difference the stockings make. If
These insects spend the winter and office. liam Eaton. they are too large or too small they .
I ,: early spring: on citrus and on many ------- will be nearly as uncomfortable as a ,
r .,if: weed ft 1 Is obvious that these weeds 10 CENT "CASCARETS"FOR AHi THE INVIGORATING WHIFFOF pair of shoes that are too tight. New

S "y" LIVER AND BOWELSCure TilE PINE FOREST! shoes can he worn with as much ease

TEN WEEKS IN BED-EMINENT I Sick Headache, Constipation, How it clears the throat and head as shape old of ones the foot if they with are a cloth fitted of to paper the I The Favorite Store of Kistimmee I '

Biliousness, Sour Stomach, Bad of its mucous ailments. It is this and patiently sponged with hot water. I
Breath Cathartic.No spirit of Newness and Vigor from the ..
-Candy Or, if they pinch in some particularspot I
PHYSICIANS FAILED-WON-
Ji odds how bad your liver, stom- health giving Piney Forests brought a cloth wet with hot water laid ,
ach or bowels!; how much your headaches back by Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. across the place will cause immediateand
: .DERFUL RECOVERY. how miserable you are from Antiseptic and healing. Buy a bottle lasting relief. Milk applied oncea FURNITURE ?
! constipation, indigestion, biliousnessand today. All Druggists, 2 c. week with a soft cloth freshens and
\ Electric Kilter Spring Tonic.
a
sluggish bowels-you always get -- preserves boots and shoes.
S ., I wish to ou of the great relief with Cascarets. They immediately -- '
benefit I have derived from the use of cleanse and regulate the stom- w.c.T.iuADiESGETPETITION GIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS"

r +dr Swamp-Root. I had been a sufT'ererfor ach, remove the sour fermenting foodand TO CONSTIPATED CHILD.
more than twenty years from kid foul gases ; take the excess bile
ney and liver trouble and was almost 'from the ilver and carry off the constipated -WE HAVE IT !
ri SIGNERSMembers "Fruit Laxative" can't harm
bi. constantly treated by the most eminent waste matter and poison Delicious
"' 'r) physicians who could only give from the intestines and bowels. A tender little Stomach, liver, J

me temporary relief. I had been in 10-cent box from your druggist will and bowels. I II.

bed ten week when I began the use keep your liver and bowels clean; of the local organizationof : Look at the tongue, mother! If
1 of Swamp-Root. Inside of twenty- stomach sweet and head clear for the W. C. T. U. were busy this coated your little one's stomach, liver
four hour I could see that I had been work while week getting signatures to a petitionto connection with Hardware line }
months. They you sleep. and bowels need cleansing at once. our we carry a complete I
'i benefited. I continued to
greatly use
be sent to Osceola county representatives When peevish, cross, listless doesn't tine of furniture. We make
of
use Swamp-Root until I had used several a specialty outfitting home, and '
their the
asking support of .
i' eat act naturally, or is feverish .f
or
,
l bottles when I felt that handle reliable
really my TRUCK GROWERS GET prohibition measures in the state leg- stomach breath bad has
sour, ;
old trouble was completely cured and islature.
sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, f
,
y I am positive that any person suffering Every man and voter in the city

'2 } be:cured with by kidney the use or liver of this trouble prepara-cant CAR LOAD OF LIME was succeeded approached in getting by the a ladies formidable and they pe- give Syrup a of foul teaspoonful Figs," and in of a waste"California few hours undi- Bed Room Furniture, Dining J

all the constipated ,
tloh.'t tition bearing the names of a large and bile Room.SuitS Kitchen Outfits Par-
food gently moves
gested sour
am now in the best of health, better majority of the voters of the city. The ,
l 1.. than I have been for ten year or Members of the Osceola County petition has been sent to the legislators out of have its bowels a well without playful griping child again.and lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers ;
more. I do not know how to express Fruit and Truck Growers' association and should prove a big argumentfor I you bot- J
+ myself a* strongly: a* I desire, in favor received a carload of lime, consisting the prohibition bill. Ask your druggist for a 60-cent '
\ of Dr. Kilmer1* Swamp-Root, a. I of seventeen tons, this week. tle of "California Syrup of Figs, Couches, Etc.
v am'' sure that It saved my life and This lime is to be used in fertilizing HEALTH PROMOTES HAPPINESS which contains full direction* for ba- i
1 ,'Jo that my good health is due entirely truck farm in this "faction and the bies, children of all age and for
; 1: to this great remedy. I heartily recommend growers were busy for several days Without health, genuine joy is impossible grow-up J
t '' ? ,it.to every sufferer and am I hauling the lime to their farms. ; without good digestion and reg- This store U making a record for itself in the matter of
I confident they can be benefited as Ihave .. ular bowel movement you cannot have ORLANDO CHOIR HERE. helping people to outfit homes Come and Me. Our price
The choir of St. James church went are t
I health. Why keeping bowels
]y ti been. It i I. a pleasure for me, should be kept down on land that is neglect sick and to Kissimmee yesterday afternoon to right
k and risk being ailing!
hand this open ,
gentlemen, to you recom- intended for melons and cucumbers
furnish the music for the confirmation
You don't have to. Take one small
: tY, i mendation MRS. II. J. PRICE A. C. Mason has observed that ap Dr. King's New Life Pills at night in services which took place in the Cath- .
.
+ I 1406 Center St. Portsmouth, Ohio. hids migrate in the spring from citrusto olic church of that city at 7:30 last
.' the morning will have. full, free
ij .. r. Personally appeared before me this melons and other cucurbits. It is you a
1909 Mrs. H. J. bowel movement and feel much bet night TOOLS FOR ]
> of ENGINEERS
18th September, therefore important that the
R who subscribed the above grower ter. Helps your appetite and diges: The party left on the 3:16: train ;
Price, should the
> destroy aphids on citrus and the at dinner at the
guests
were
tion. Try one tonight.QUARTERLY
and made oath that the r .
statement tree adjacent to his melon field beforeor of Rt. Rev. Bishop W. F. fv1rr
r same i* true In substance and in fact shortly after the melons come up. CONFERENCE. Curley Graystone and Rev. Father M. Fox. No matter what kind of an Engine yon have-Gas, Steam,

l.1 't R. A. CALVERT Public! On citrus trees aphids occur only on The services in Kisaimmee were at- Railroad.. Stationary Engine-we have exactly the Tools ,_J
e, ;., Notary the new growth and especially on Presiding Elder Rev. Smith Hardin, tended by a large congregation. About need in everyday work-Wrenches Hammer yon '
i \ water-sprouts. The latter should be will conduct quarterly conference at! twenty-five were confirmed. Cestia your Oiler, etc, A I
sun t. S
r I. DM.Ku.r a c.. IBITfc cut out and burned, and the valuable Shingle Creek Methodist church next Lawton sang a solo, "0 -Balutarie. all of the best quality and workmanship, and at price that will .
-..1-j .t.-. M. 1T..1Prove new growth sprayed with the tobacco Saturday night, April 17. He will Orlando Reporter-Star. surprise you. This store ha the reputation of handling only .S.
afT It, solution. All infested vines shouldbe preach Saturday night at 7 o'clock and .li'
? What' "Swamp-Root ..WillFor Doa burned a* soon a* they have become Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Temple university Philadelphia, hardware that b of superior quality and yon will make BO mistake )
,. ', You.' valueless. C. C. BEATTY Pastor. ha a women's fencing club. in coming here NOW and inspecting our big stock
'' Send ten ants to Dr Kilmer A Co, i

', 'k Binghamton, N. y." for a sample aiM} To.Ddy.Out Malaria There are 12,000,000 acre of till -Calling Cards ; i
bottle.. It will convince smyone. You And Build Up The System able land in the Philippine, of which Wedding Announcements >>:
y u will also receive. a booklet: of .valuable Take the Old Standard GIlOVJC'STABTBI.ESS only about 7,600,000 acre are cuItl-I'' Work
.information about thel'kidneys ,and cam TONIC., You know _tad; Engraving Beat c/Vfark Guaranteed a Specialty Osceola Hardware

When-writing,' be suresmdraenSon1 what :yon are taking:, a* the formula 1* Cms OU Sons. Otherme4fss Wwt Cm. Send for FVicea and Sample Company p .
the Klssimmee t Valley Ga- Anted on !'every: label, showing Hi I is
The iraral WM*,M..att.rorbowie.s.tsedingare c:! JEWELERS .
Re lac Afty'11and one-; 1 in* and Iron' in.tasteless". form.TliauIniDSAriye1"ouL3wlaria..W.. LE
tette. tired by UM goadeday ol< reliable Demite' '.
-' ..altocaal..at." Jl drug : AatlMptlc BMllaaT OiC;* It relieves -OAX.Fl
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mini 11,111111111111 .1IcrrfCB- FOR PVLICA11OL. < JIIOTICID or.coirra.T. : Pmor ron ncciAt.SCHOOL. 1 J :. . I' O I .!'" : 'J '' ": ,

. i\ ......) '. - ,.(F.P. Fabfl..tl...) DISTRICT. i iTo ADAMS, M. D._ :

; ? Serial Mo. .(4I7, Serlsa" No. 411111, the Honorable Boar of.PubllerIntruetlon 4., 4' 'HE"E It ..

Legal I D..rf_..S,.. 't" Istei4.Y. Do.......... .f' tk.' lB.*rlr. In *.,nd. |& County, 4' .LUGHMA NES. ,IS +I sniISU1WEOiI<<

'U.B.\ Land Offlo* at. Oalnccvlll. .. Flai. United : States Land 0110" Oilns-. GnU.me, V ; .elector ....... .... .... .....0. .. ,
underelg-ned'qualified ,
Advertisemcnis March 11, 1911 Tllle,I>IJ, March 16. 1 18.ToIra Office at ResttUno.,: .4 Emmett ;
: : : : : Notice Is hereby given that John W. L. James, of tinknown.#. &4.dr. who pay a tax O real or personal -:7.: ; of lias Tlpbon* It* J, I' -,

: Campbell, of Louirhman. Florida, who, .... oonte.t..I' Sroperty and r..ldlnl'6n the tolowlnt ,WCrbi, Tamp hn ,4 .* -- .

I 1111 M 11111 1111111111111Notlc on February 1*. lHO mad; Homestead You are hereby' notified that Poly the eaJncol; .his old ., "ea ". ..
Entry: No '0.48T, for NE 1-4 of SB 1-4 door Qhysellnck. who trl".. Lou IIman. most respectfully petition your :
j ;NOT.CIIIo and SR 1.4 of NH 1-4..aectlon 1*. town. Florida .. III. postonlo address did able Body to order an election held"r. is S { -
R. Cox and wife rejoicingover
hip 16 South, Blast. TallahaaMeridian on January .. 1111. IllS In this offlo* the said described e of are .
I. h.r.byIv.n that a' met- 05 ..:.n'1.I notice of Intention hla duly' corroborated application to county to determine whether said subdivision the of *' fine baby boy ,
C F.iTRH
of th* stockholders of Tb. Water to make five-year proof. to estab. contest and secure th*. cancellation of of the county shall become aspecial Friday ar.l, instant ,t
Carson Grocery Company Is hereby Hah claim to the land above described your Homestead Entry No. OlltU.' Serial tax district foTTIf* purpose of
to be held at the town of Kls before clerk of circuit court at KIs- No. I mad March14, 191'. levyingand ol.ctlne; a district school The ball game last Saturday SHEET, .W01'
... Florida, on the loth day of slmmee. Florida. on the 29th day of for BE) 1-4 t1Jw 1-4 Section S*. Town. tax for the us* of the pubUC Loug-hnun Davenport, resuIt.J KEo ,'' -
.
prII. A.' D.. It 11, to rro"lda for the April. 191'. ship 15 a 'Rang17 B Tallahasase.Meridian free schools within th ; d. 8(41 cri Specialty ,
.''...* of the of said Claimant names aa witnesses. Bo- and a. grounds for his contest orlbed dl.trl.t : disastrously t the hmo team, the c '" a-
to One Hundred Thousand sure a. Hancock of Lousrhman. Florida he alleges that aald Ira L. James II'.f: northwest corner of score being; 2 9, Lim none I.a ;
l llara and Clem T. Sullivan, of tIes Ht. Cloud Osceola county. t Dvnpr 'm.I..r, ,
Lougbman.Florida
no-100 (flOO.004.OOJ : has nr bn on said land only to up a little them :
_ further amend th* Charter of said ; W. F. Sullivan of LouKhman do a little work; and has never Florida on tb. to..n.'lp line dividing 1 bl by.w c" .
so that It shall read a. 1 Florida; Charles B. Lamb,..of Louch- on said land over night has .t.ye townships 1| and running drblnc .
blow. man, Florida. on said 1.n K monthLTou thence west alongsaid township line : Ghyselinck of Toledo ''' ' : :(
Mn ;
C. A. CA R90N. Pr'.ldent. 1 ROBERT W. DAVia are. further notlfled to the east bank of the .,anal'onn."t. 0. Pao Mrs. DR. J. W. SIMPSON :4 4 ,
th.r.rore day.
N. C. BRYAN. Secretary.PROPOCBD It-gtpd_RegisterNOTICE that the will b* taken log Lak Tohopelcallca and East Lak.Tohopekailga .rTe ag-o. o "
aa confessed .1..Uon. entry will running thence In a been here several DENTIST' 'I/ -

OP ADMINISTftATOR.Kr b* canceled without further right to aath..I.rly direction with said canal months and .
CHARTER ( Flmsil l>ls.aIm ......) b* heard, either before this onflo or In feN n following west of.plt a grapefruitgrove Upstairs I Kate B1 i
OK If to flle In this ; a southerly th* meandering tW "
', C.mrt ot Cmmmtf ".._. B.*4. e( office on appeal.within you D1{ day after, the ;* of Lake Tohopakallg-a to the Our C. L. Heath, was OATIe Bourai S as. '_ ,J
WATERS A CARBON GROCERY where It .nia fr.nd I: to' ':'. p. lfr,
Fiends. Ox-eela C..t,. point connect with the canal .
FOURTH publication of this notice. aa
called Monday Tlphon Tl /_. & '
from Lake
COMPANY. !. rs Katat .( shown below under oathspecifically Cypress thence southerlyalong t d No .
answer ,
your '
Peter Oullaa. responding to these alletratlons aald canal to the township line some plumbing; at that pl.c -
Notice Is hereby to all whomIt dividing townships 17 and 2*. thence, ::1 -
arlnth of contest, together with dueproof of Toledo O. who
ARTICLE L of east along said line Joe Rlopelle, '
4th day township to the .
may concern that have served a of W. W.
The name of the corporation shall September. A. D. I 'shell apply to you the said contestant copy northeast corner of section 1, townahlp hs at the ..id.nc of .R CON I
.t15M answer on
The Waters Carson Grocery Com the Honorable T: Judge of your either In person or by registered mail. 18 south, range/ 10 east, thence south M. Gasser for several weeks, re I.
and Its principal place of busi said court ; of probate, forflnal to the township line between townshipsIS ,.
You should state In answer the. homeMr. is well
'I.eJaU.d your Riopelle DEN
::: Shall b* In the city of Klaalm-- administrator of thei.tate name of the postofflce to which and 19, thence east along sid township ture '
.... Osceola county Florida with of Peter (Oulla. deceaaed. and desire future notices to be sent to you.you line to the 'southeast corner of : with the country and contemplates Office) -ud. .
offices In .ucb place or places that at the same time I will present to PERRY M. COL80N.Receiver.. section' !(, township 18 south, rang II moving Florida in the near OtTlo HOr I .
In the slat of Florida.. and other places the said court my final account .. east th.n.e north to the northeast corner I OITloe 'Phone 8..14410_.
In the United States or In foreign countries administrator of said estate, and ask Date of first publication April 1, of section 1, township II south.range uture. .Administered .* *lTtB I
aa the Director may determine. for their approval. Date of second publication 191.. II east, thence west along thetownship latr I
Dated March 4. A! IT).. lit II. line between 17 and
1916 CROP
ARTICLE II. PEST "I-
N. C. RRTAN.oamo.tor.mo.II 18 to the town.hlr. BILL --
of the business Hate of third April 1'. southwest section
Th general nature .
_AdministratorNOTICE pUblc..ton. ... township 17 .outh. range 11 east
to be transacted...11 by and ald deal corporation In groceries 1915 Date, of fourth publication. April '3. thence north to the township line divid Members of the Florida Stt Horticulture CE1GER ,
i .hall be to buy. DR I S
hardware and all kind. ] ] OF APPLICATION; FOR TAXUKKI 1916. ing: townships It and 26. thence w society have .
,
goods
: dry I IVaxlev
> along said line
township to the point
J of merchandise to buy. sell manatee, of beginning- years realized the necessity for a crop PHYSICIAN and SURGEON' ,

lea. and real develop estate land business and conduct and to ag.n.r..1 ".'.
<.. .f ibe. sjte .1 KleHda.Notice ABA l>. STEBRINS. H F RALLSWM books of nearly every other .
Its account
salt land for own
and
buy Under and by virtue of a final decree .tt Klsslmm' PIe
and on commission; to build on Is hereby clven. that V Clyde rendered by the Honorable James I. RABBIt, OEO F;. IFNNIR. the union. This necessity very Phone: Office IIT or _
lands owned TSdwarda, purchaser of Tax Certificate J. E Un":" N. J. F ] 4--'
and develop
own. Improve, W Perkins Judge of the Seventh Judicial o'AHHll. emphasized at the Residence III 14 -
strongly presenttime
A L).. 1911. (lEtV
to manufacturelumber No 675. dated July 1st. -'
by this corporation Circuit, of the Htatiof Florida. In WoonARI.
timber, naval atorea cro..tieLturpentine. has filed the said Certificate In my office and for the County of Onreola. In chan CYHtJH ntRKHART. in the serious damage being donein
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and to and has mad.* application for TaxI .\LBI' south Florida citrus
timber products cery Hlttlno on the 29th day of March.1H16. groves by
: broker factor >f.ed to Issue In accordance with. law ICHNI' T \'OCKRODT.ALKRKIl cit
and act
lease, hire own aa In certain causes wherein James rus canker. T. RIVERS. M.D. -
Bald certificate embraces Lot 19 of CLICM": f .
sale NS. M
in the purchase
or agents ( Miles Is and W A Uttr
manufacture and disposition of real lock T I. of the Town of 8t' Cloud and Bertha complainant Uttx his wife, are defendants EDWARD M ALHERTSO1* Citrus growers of the .tt particularly -

property and product thereof andeommoditiea Oscc-ola county State of Florida. I. II F. Krllibn. MnM,T In ROTHROCK JOHN fl DellRAW those in the PHYSICIAN and SURGEON i
The acid lot being assessed nt thedate Special It H. MI'LVANN.( elKoV K infect di.trlct
wares and merchandise -'
_ goods Chancery will sell at public outcry Vr"H. have been waging a ,
of Issuance of said certificate In I' H l't WALT. J W .
of kind Including naval \ to the l li.lier. Office .
e\ery ami best for ITII. over Osceola
blacksmith and coppers tools the name of J. H I'adKett within IIKh..t- .. hours of .HRIO "R"I IiV (\HI., (1"I' O' FH\ eradication and have succeeded in Pb.r.
and stores Implements and sawmill tools; andImplements Unless said certificate shnll be redeemed -' unit Monday In Mav. IBIS same heliiic W. Ilv A It N Eli. IIH'S checking the disease. Considerable 'Phone Residence || .
to operate and according: to law Tux Deed will I I'. I 11\1 t S. (I. W. 141, --
of all sorts mills ana allbusiness Issue1 thereon on the 3rd day of May, the third day of said month and IH Ii 'HAl. JAMES I lllii"b'. money has been expended under the 0110. _
planing legal salffi In of Courtllnufp
conduct sawmills day. front the .t
Incident thereto to buy. raise A 1) I91BANttnesH nf OHC..ola County I Fl,,ritizt, In 010 'It ilK. V 1mN; i direction of the Shippers' and Growers' \ *
hand and ofTlclnl sc nl at l). E ltAItT. tV
N
and sVll cattle and livestock of all mv I the City of the fllnwinicl'arriid ) These funds have been
Klsslmmee kinds to purchase deal In bei-r and < ... tenements liereiilamis. < \ I. small H. D. .
this 2nd day of April A I H' 19tr I a ant T. JEl"FEitIS. subscriptons. a CEC.E "IATOREY.ATLW
hold and sell \ I 10ygH.
beef produ<'I.. to own. sltuntc Ivlnir and In
(lied! ) J L nVKMMTHKKT'lik I .1 Q I' sum from the Gov.
lands for paiiture and cattle range, to the County of Omoola and Slnti1 ofFlorida "I IMI\R stt through 4
Circuit Court I eoln ('ountvl"lorila. (
( isc A I
hire, and maintain ( 'I.A\HHON. I KII'IINnEH. Park !
own operate. liase UMo' 1 same more particularly de- Trammfl. an appropriation
IS-Rt I I I I I .
docks vharisl.vi'tors < ssea, ", < as follows, Cf'I'TIO.LI. II TI/I'oN from Subscriptions e
'orr I IRA n b'ihtii( government.
i .
tanks and storage; faclllllea evei> 1.01 Number Seven (7) In Hlork Num- 1. 1. \11''ox
'I''II"I'I"' TO !r.i I. REAL H will continued and'the Office SUte Bank '
tulle 1
kind and to receive profits and lier One Hundred and Rlfrhtelxhl KINI'n I.YNJ'n b BuUdn
therefrom lo hoarli.. handle for It. "TAT": < lIt). In the town of Saint Cloud, Ir.HM I' I tf\IIII'Y.I J \ nlgNN. fight will be up until the diseaseis o
commission tur. In Re Kutstf of I I..hn l'lerc, |,I Os" County. Slate of FloridaatccrdlriK N J I H''YOI. K..lmma.1. ,
on
own account or .01. i ,
pentlne. rosin and l nil kinds of naval Noll..- I. I.. rl\>\- "-l\n i that lh u.,- : to the pint nf anltl town ni<'(] I A "'I lIE, .1 IONI, LOii'iuereil. .
stores timber and a KI.Icull I ural products ,l-r.ig-ti> I will nl'lly| | 1 10 tht II.'I! 1 )M In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit I. IHTIN, I n RlIIN The ClOp pest bill which is being '
to o|>: I tie mills ail rnaehin'rY:: MurphCount\' Jurljie., of ( '''''coin I''.rl i Iri Hnd for the (Count of One,.olii. J . \111., .. 1.1 IOW"R. prepared for the consideration of the DR C L. HAT
\v L. .
: ()
.
for Ihe manufacture of naval stun* |'ountKlorlrtii. on Ilfll| 27 1"l! 1B. ntKlHHiniiii and Stale of 1"10,1,1.l by th.. Senilnol.l.find . O.V. 1oN for the .
legislature provides
\\ II lloltliNER I incoming
. .ct -, Ktiirldti foi ordel to .. "IIat -. LYNN
products of e\ >'r>' d. .. ,'Iptlnll. to 'r. ) 4 HII and Investment CuropniiAlso IIAIUITHY. PHYSICIAN SURGEON
and maintain tanks anil watehnuaeH fort prl\nl. snle th. followInK deHiil>. Lot Number KlRht < 8) In flock 0 UKO S HTNElt., II \\1-11 I IH 1. keeping out of citrus pests an diseases .n
W T
h. storage of iim al stoits stud lolton ..,! prop,,, rt>' sll URti-,1% l ln" nnd h..11l1 Number One Hundred and I':iirht v-elitht J \'ATT JALLtT1'V. as well as those .
and other pro K ( INN.H .
or warehouse receipts against tin 12 block ll(">2. of the town oft St Raid. Onci C-.IR ('nunty. Stab' of Florida.Ac.'o..dln'f . crops. Office. 197 IResidence
same; to compound and refine oils. 10''' Clou I a,rid lot 37 of Hectlon 4, township to the pint of Hflld town flleil I. HOWLVND X 'J McKENZlE, regulations in the bill will apply to 141

manufacture own. buy. ...11 and deal III' 27 H.*uth. IRIIK' 31 east cnrclliiir In the office of the clerk of the (,Ircul 1 NIUIHWONOFR.l all seed and nursery stck. includingcitrus c-
barrels, headings stes, .1111.. ...upI I lo plat of Kemlnole i Land, A lnestmentCO'H Court In ami for I hiCountx of ".,'eol.. f J"SI ItPC'KMASTER. trees. The the bill
piles and materials of similar kinds, ..111..111..1011 ot section 4Iiafed and State of Flo..I\ lithe Seminole n oiGlen
A If .
J (
TOWUITRTON.
Dr. H. Harold
sell and deal In groceries ,dry I.nnd and \ Company HLFt'U. according t Hume .j :
to buy. i Klsslmmee FIR this 25th day F o. I. SHAMHOW. CEO. F. PARKER ,
goods hardware and all kinds of merchandise il M< lo build buy sell, leaftemanage. final decree and all costs. the has been 1 .
; \V H CKAWKOnltAdministrator J J. 13OS'El.1.. M JOHNHTONK society, generally agreed
charteror 11 F.
KmnitR.
own "-control hire. of the Estate of Johnl'ierce. HARTWII1 VOKSW ATORNEY-AT-LW.
.
NI'HOI.H. by his but it has not
operate vessoln t4M>m"'a\s, railwaysbridges l-eeael 14-4t 16-41 Special Master In Chancery. U K. E LIVERMOUE. upon cmmitte. ,

lighters engines ars or other Tlt(itt BROOKS, joscru HARRIS, at this ben publc. In Collection 4
an'CD..T.ne.
vehicles or means of transportation ownul of M>TH ..: IIK 'II \"' 'En'" "AIK.Tinier I'KTITIO- FOR "|-K< IAI. !S('IIOOI.1IIMTHK1. .1 L \RC1RAVR. .1 V MI.LFH. I its prenent form it provides, said1, .
the products of property held '. II K HEIiRICK, ). J (AI.IW" LI.V I for an appropriation of 35000. Specialties :
and controlled or mnnur"'lur..d by and hv virtue of a I)icree of \ itklit'( )('K, I -
Aid company or other persons or cor Kcireclosn.,.' rendered In the ('ircuitI To the Honorable Hoard of Public Instruction II (I, OUTLAW. J.V, JHJHI.\NK. I Or. Hume states that he has received 111 1-S Broadway \ .

.. poratlon In conneillon with the business '.,.urt ,,f the He*nth Judicial Circuit In and For llnceolaCoutity I.l ,F 551 l'l'hl. JAKIC STKVENSON many very encouraging .
of this rompanv, bill not to use of the State of KlorMn. on the I ('haerv ,,- II lii... >. F \\II.LIAMS.I I from members of the lettr
.
said mean' of transportation for the Sid' therenf In a ciitnln causethtitlriiMiidlnu Gentlemen: I J J WHiTiinrK:, u w MMISIIY |i reprecentink F. KRIBBSAlTORNEYATJLAW 4 l .
purpose of doing the bualnvis oT a : whcrtln!, Plorlda I Mialn- We. ii... underslKned. common ranter. to raise, produce buy, i il I.ilMil l ,..nii.lItI.: Is I'oni pla Inn rit andSllIllIK l"ra. who pay a tax on t\.1 or i, '1' ." pledging their support of a pest j
ccli. exchange and deal I In trees plantnhruU ,I I JS'Xlon.: H It II".J11111., \ <, Honal property nnd r."ldln.: In th. r'l .1 iiEll-5t'llSlElDEJt I l will crop I ,
bill such
\
ami all kin<1M described .. ,, as cover all -
> ctrtala antLitny: H..w..rI"rill"l Hi.I wind, H KnTnlTr lowing of tli \ It AC1'('T. it W TRY. ,
of vegetable ,products and ('ITrTTR rrnlTw Hnrf TnultymMinittnrIte..pec.it- 4iiui-i-- -domoiil re.Mp. i-t rnl| Usda -:\ J HNTEI'. I crops, be they farm crops vegetable Examination of Titles a BpeMlaltr.Notlflciitlon ,
fruit trees hay and grain and to doa .ents Iwill. on the your honorable body to ,,r.iean election 1 rT-T I I', <:'LA I"IKON. JAMHJH: A MrLlC-VN" crops or eitrua fruits. yt"y r+iiUtei end Payment of taxes 'i V ,' ,
general re-rV l>usln"'us to ron alit itt'tii" S11'i T> 1115, held In the Hnld diHirllxil. elt- A R McOII.I., T. N. FARIt, that Florida is non-rld Klv* i. uai ful y -
.truct. erect operate and maintain a the same being the first Moiida In sale division of the county to determine I WM. A PHILLIPS E A. HARIIWELL, i, practically unprte attention. -
packing house or packing lv,use, anil month, and a 1 I. Kiel H.ilr clav. duringIhe whether said suh-dlvlnion of the rnuntBhall -. A. Mi 0 ill.I.. F M III.AKKV , I ed, ax compared with Klsslmm Fla
cann'nir fsiiorx' for fruits in- .IN. ii"' leKal holirH "if ,,lcOil.\, .It 1'ulilic become a npeclH.1 tnx dliftrlct. for \ \ fAHTI' A. \\' MANN. I and they recognize the necessity ofa t1 -
vegetables of nil I kinds I to product', IMIV i lute'r\. fin' i',IHI In hand I.. Hit. hlKh- the purpose of levying and collect IniJ- I \%-. I> HARDY HA liflElt, ;
or otherwise acquire and cell or otherwise i ..I| hi.I.Io'r| ] at the ficint d.,... of .lb.I .- a dlstrUt school tax for the exclutflUHe J. 8 BTRATTON JORDAN TINNER. carefully prepared crop pest law Pat Johnston f-p -%v. P.4> 4'
dispose of the products of .uch 1 '."rl House In Ktsslinmei*, (fount nti of the public free schools within CHARLES PETERSON that will safeguard the products of '
.
packing or canning factory or faiTories i isceola Florida the following descrlb- I the following described district, towitBeginning F. I. (IES1IBAK1E1t, the state and put Florida on the same JOHNSTON,a CARRETTf'', I
packing houao or packlnic ,_l. Real Kstate situate In the Countyof. at the northwest corner JOI.LY C HADOHTT.
houses; lo aubscrlbe for, purchase re-: eiMoeqln and State cif Florida : of section six (6). township twenty- J F. BALI WM. ORIFfrlN footing with other sections of the oEY.A.LAv y:; ; .
celve. own hold for Investment or Block 20. IxJln 1 and 2.; Hlock 25. five (25) south, range wenty-elKht S.v.. 1.ONi. R 8 WAHRni-r, country.. '_ ;
otherwise sell and dispose of and make I Ix>ts 8. 4. 6, 8. 10 11 and 16: Block t(. ((28) east; run east to the aortheaitcornel KIVZIE PARTN.oJ.. EMERHON. Dr. Hume says the proposed legislation Offices 10, and 12 '
advancements upon stocks ..har..1 Lots I. 2, 3 and 4 ; Block 27. Lots 1 to ; of the northwest quarter of J H. BARnFn W. FREEMAN 1 CItz'B' ,
bond., securities or obligations of other 8 Inclusive.: I llnt.U 16 Inclusive, Block section six (6), township twenty-five R. C. n. WHALMY is not solely for the eradicationof Buidic' .
corporations whatsoever wherever lo- I II.I Lot 1 to 28 v Block 10. Lots (15) south, :: (29)CCIII s. w. PORTER. F, F. BOLLARD! citrus canker. As a matter of XI..lmla.ra 9 9* ,tt .

''cated. originated or engaged In or pursuing 1 to 11, Inclusive 24 to 10 Inclusive, thence u'1..nn-nl:1; sec KUIIRNE 8CHOFIELD, a crop pest law has been in the f.ct ,
> any ono or more kind. of business and 11; Block It, Lots 1 to 6. inclu.iveBlock. ) lon line- to of WDWARD> K DKPEW .' ie:
purpose or object Indicated I t.Uildl 2tr 11, Inclusive: Block southwest .. of section thirty: a, K. ALLEN \A. fTPWART/ of the leading agriculturists of FlorId LoWs C. Mtssey" ,T. Plcton Ws .,.. ,
herein or owning holdingany: property 3. : Block 6. Lots 4. 5, ((30), township twenty-five (t6) south A. U. CODT. PHFLP9 for a number of years. The Late Counsel for' Judge of -,I
of any kind mentioned herein or 20. 2! and 22 : Block 8, Lot 1; Block 16. range twenty-nine. (19) east; thence .1ACOB SCOFFER W. R of the .disease which out lfi.. a,B. Comm. , Criminal Coert" I
corporation owning 01; holding Lots 10 and 12: Illock 17. Lots S. 4. 7. 8 west to the southwest. corner of sec I.J. N. K HELMI I II brek .b. ., "
any tocks or obligations of any such cor- and II: Block IN, l..ots I to 4 Inclusl eH lon thirty (30), township twenty-five Rs (I. RBYNOLDS. O R. McENDREE. so muth'darnag. to citrus in MASSEY, A"WARLOW' H v'

"poratTon and, while the owners or j to 22 Inclusl, Block 21. Lots 6 to ( > south range Iwenty-elKht U> I E. E SCRANTON, WM P south Florida simply the ATTORNEYS COUNSELLORS1'
holders of any slocks. bonds or obligations IK Inclusl e, Block 22. Lots 6 10 8 Inclusive east; thence north 1o the northwest 0 C. RU8HELL. LEWIS I.YNCH necessity for the Imm emphaa& '
to exercise all the rights, ; all of said land beliiif In the* corner of section six, (f), township P. P. HTBINWANDEL, lat en.cent AT LW" : -. :t ;
ers and privileges. of ownership Florida Pralned l..and 'ompany''* subdivision twenty-five (26) south, range twenti. (lEt) REIFSCHMKIDER. of such a law as is contmplat Practice In all th of the "
of and to exercise alt and any ther"'j No I, tecorded In Kook "II" eight (2$) east HARRISON ANDERSON the protection and of the United Btatea, also bet.
.
thereof to sell <'" on I'aKes AS anti 66, In the office of J S, DHA K FR. ROHERT B CL.\RK the farmer and the the Florida Ralraa Comml.loa t' 'i
fet.powers pledge hire lease or convey the the Cle'rk of t hi- iMrcult ('"urt of Osceola. F H. TVNgn O. A STOUT. W growers vegetable the Oemm.r .

property of ihls corporation or any i ('ttiiitv. Florida. said land all IreliiK W I,. 1 N ALBERT8ON. T A, HORN.N. 01.1 grower; In fact, it will operate t Ch..rla.to. Bids'-. i-
part thereof nt will and to Invest the In ()Osceola! "'"univ.Dated A. 11 F( IX, WEI.IJ-1 OV. the advantage of every Interest in H-l Olado S4-17 jI
proceeds at pleasure and In such manner I this March 27th A n 1115 J 11. HKONSOV ,V. H REAOAN. J W state. Florida Homeseeker.STATEMENT. Jl. ,
a. may be determined by the bv- 1 H. P. OARHI' TT. I- II I CHOMAHTIEWAiyrKH S J. SCRIBER. R C. MATTHEW9 .'

laws, to conduct any part of Us business As Bpeclal Master In ('hanwery. HHON8ON.I lEG W. JAMES. RAW ON, .
VANS AI1NKV CMAWFORli, J YAT" ROHERT S 1
offices and agencies HUTOR. J SPARKS
and to have
and to employ officers and agenta at SollflloiH for loniplalniint_P-6t I P TISON.F SIDNEY VEERS 8 H. HfTRIK Made under section 32, chapter 5994 DR M. J. HICKS \ ,- ,
such places stale and other A. HAnrt, JOHN JUDSON A, S Laws of showing the amount :;. .s.
saes or orequisite r t't'n countrici, a. may I.e: : (lit li'lt FOR Pt III.II'ATIOV. o H WnoltALIj. HI"IAHI YEATE8. of taxis Florida. to the tax collector PHYSICIAN and SURGEON I > 'i

or necessarv for the cnrrv- I. IreuK Ing on of said business or furtheringthe I Calk. Judle'lsl' <<< Irenlt. Osc-ealo leianlr It C HRONSON, WALTER SCOTT J. O. McNEW. for the current year and 1
said ,necessity It DKNNIS. 1 F. FERRIS, LEMUEL GRIFFiN the apportionment of \I theseveral State Bank Building/
needs of said corporation
I'aul Hahn, complainant, s LeeHahn. 1. II. HAUKNIUHT C COX. htl Ode '
to be determined In the discretion defendant ] HEOROF. funds fur i taxes have 41Residence ,
J. R. .
14t been .
and Judgment of the board of directors. PRATHER levied.Apportie.e.4 '
Isi Cbueeny. I
E. F. C If: SAPP. :
: to receive payment for It appearing b\ affidavit appended tei MITII .ALE. ..1V.. SMITH. HENRY KLOOS .1 C..., Fmm* '.
tal stock subscribed for' In money capl'l the bill tiled In the above-state. causethat 41 IHIHIFF' J D, HARRIS, T. A. COURT.I __ I.. ,* .
property labor or services at a Lena Hahn In a non-resident of To All Whom I May Concern: A. CRAM. 1.. W. FARRIS, t April 1st. A. D.. 1815.
valuation thereof In the discretion or' the state of Florida and I. a resident Notice Is M. HOLDEN. CHAS. Rev..nue '
hereby that I will RATHBUN.
judgment of the Hoard of lrectorn; to I (if Baltimore, state of Maryland hoverthe sell before the Ilv..n. door In S O TEAOER. 8 T. NAYLOR, amount assessed _ -...129.1 J. W. THOMPSON / ,

make contracts of any kind. whatsoever -, age of twenty-one years; it Istherefore Klsslmmee. Florida on the Ird day of 1.). C BOWKR: EDT (IElOR0* Amount collected ____1 1_____.. .J
for the' furtherance ( rlfIt'.K purposes -I ordered that said nonr."Id..nt May. A. 11 I THOMASON. .
: 1915. durlnK the hours nf CRAMER.
or business. dl defendant band she Is her..h.r"Qulr..d sale the following described property W. L. J. BROWN. Balance to be collected ____ I 1ln.3 DIRECTOR i -*
MJ.AR. FUNERAL [ ,
ments or contracts between the said to appear to the bill of com The east hal of the east half of the E ) B P CURTIS. General School FundTo - .
corporation and Individuals or othercorporationl plaint filed In said cause on or beforeMonday ti
west, half SOuthwest quarter of (I. H CLARK. H. C. HARTLEY. amount
I In any of the. lines I do of h..the r1h.'I. tAt May 01' I).. section cloven ((11). township twentyfive JOHN ANDRI8T W M ADAMS Amount collected assessed$40Oi1.1O______ 11,465.19 and *
business of this corporation to any 1915, .. .* said (25) south, range twenty-nine (211) A, B EI.LIOT. H. D. BRAINED, ;

and all things that are or may be bill Will be taken as confessed by said east, to satisfy a judgment of A. WWlnn I). H. A K DROUOHT. Balance to be collected ____ ,
necessary or proper to be done for thefurtherance defcnda nt against Henry 8. Hllas. In the O M. YOUNG C A. ORR. .11,6&.1ounty LICENSED EMBALMER '
of the purposes of this It Is further ordered that this orderbe amount of "'0 u ; Judgment being P. W. THOMAS MARTIN. Road- y
corporation ..r for cat"rvlng Into eff e< I I 1 published once a week for four consecutive obtained In the. .10 court of E. Q. HALL. A D. WORDHAM. To amount assessed __._ 535.stt.I

the powers herein granted weeks In the Klsslmmee Valley Osceola county. crcui, the 14th 16.41. Amount .,ol..ct.d _____ _--_ '.44T.to Store and Chapel Ava.Klaalmm I t
ARTICLE III I Uasette. a newspaper published In day of March A n. 1'". St".r ,

The capital .tock of the corpora I said county and state. This. the 6th day of April A. D. Kit.L. .... ..... .00..00... .. Balance to be collected ______...HO..3 I i\\
I tion .hall be One Hundred Thousand I This April 1st. A. D. 1915 H INGRAM. + + F) ; i
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and no-100 Dollars. to be divided Into I (Seal) J. L. OVERSTREKT. Osceola Fin and ForfeitureTo .
Thou.and shares of the par. valueof I Clerk Circuit Court 1. : County. Florida. 4. MARRIAGE LICENSES.Fred + amount assessed ______ _I '.SU."
One ROBT .
1 CAMPBELL D 8NOTIt
One Hundred Hollars each. '' By JAMBS M JOHNSTON .rllrBo + + Amount cn.te____________ Tlt.I

The term ARTICLE for which IV.this' corporation Johnston Garrett. Deputy Clerk K. ... ... ..... .... .,... ... .. Balance to be collected .1____f ..on.TI P. 4 Tans A nw W. tt ,' ,

shall exist shall be perpetual.ARTIClJ' Solicitors for Complainant 16-41 Notice I* hereby gIven that a Adameon and Mr*. Sub-School nist. No. 1- AGNEW It CRAWFORDATTORNETATLAW "j
I p"
V. bil Mar 1 y'
will be Introduced before the next To amount assessed _.....I 1.1".1' VAS .
The officers of this Vice-President corporation shall asecretary. DILL TO QUIET TITLE. islature of the State of Florida for Breaker wee lcen.e t m.r We- Amount .,ol.ct.d .______.____ 1.ln.'O
be a President a nesday. .
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the
of Cityof ,
a Treaaurer and a Board !. -rr.l roMft. ..".... JaeUrlal Circuit Klsslmmee.purpose Florida empowering to for Balance to b* collected ______t 111.11 ,

of nine not Directors.less than The three office nor more of Secretary than- of_She.. ...t. ... Florid. !. sad the bulkheadlnl of Lake Tohopekalla-a provide :......... . .. I.S I..I S .. . Hub-School Dlst No. X- Offices: 1 Ct Bank ;
for () Ccramty.Arthur of said city of Kisalmme ; :
and Treasurer may be held by one lmi. To amount assessed __.......I 401.11

and the aame.hall "::be. .Mlected., The at Board the ..nn..1 of- ,I M.E'R'1: *fi:, ns.complainant. Tracy ,and vs.Edwin *. to work.. the and method to assess otC NEW SUITS FILED + Amount collected .___..._____ Il'.47 xl..t__ n.. ..i't%

Directors atockholders meeting to be held' John Tracy her )husband and all parties ft'Id damasrea against property 4> n..lane to b* collected ______f ...I
Klsslmmee. O..olasounty claimingInterest under the said .. Id work. ....... .0..0. . . . . '
of H.E.BA1LET
'In the. Florida city on the third Monday In re.pondent.. or otherwise; re.pondente.Order l.f H. R MAT. Mayor. Hub-School I>lt, No. S-
To amount assessed ---------3 1,4(71'Amount
of each year. .f PaMlMtlosw The folownl nw .uit have been collected ___ ______ 4..IS and
ARTICLE VI. Tp All Whom It May, Concern: ADMINISTRATION NOCI filed in Painting Paper Ranging

The hla-hest amount of Indebtednessto It appearing I ; by affidavit I tiled In this cour Balance to be collected 1 94801
Farm
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I which this corporation .hall at anytime cause that the residence of; the respond Nellee *f Aslsslalstrsitor far Ftmml Dlekarv *- Nar.oa Townsit company INTERIOR WORK A SPECIALTT' 4
.ubject Itself shall b* Two Hundred ent. Edwin M. Randall. I. unknown and I. c... .f ('...
and Fifty Thousand Dollar. that there Is no person In the stat the Cosjaity, P. $... damages $2 000; two cases. To amount assessed ---------C 1,931.35 21 Mabbette Street 1
$160.00000), llt service of a subpoena upon whomwould In r* Estate of R Eohr.Notice H. Punk Bank and Amount collected _ __ 171.41Balance .
bind such respondent, and that \ la hereby ". to all whornIt C vs. Exch.nl. .
pf such respondent 'Is unknown may ern. that on the 16th day of company of Duva ; bill to be collected ._____f 1.fl9.lt

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. tr"I'II' .. ordered that the said July. A- D0 I shall apply to Honorable for injunction.Paul Rub-School Dlst. No. 5-

If-okllsber.) respondent be and he Is hereby require; T. M. Murphy Judge of said Hahn vs. Lena Hahn, divorce. To amount assessed ___ _$ 11(01 :
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Serial No. 08107Department ed to appear to the Bill of Complaintfiled court a* judge of probate for my flnal Amount collected __ -_ II.TO LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW -
In the 'aald cause on or before
discharge aa administrator of R. Loh r.
of 6. laierlor. the rule day I In June, t.P'8iI'.sU'm beIng deceased .and that at the same timeI E..el cellar should have many Balance to be collected ___.__1 11411 .

U. B. Land Office at Gainesville. Fla., the seventh day of will present. to said court my final for the cnvenienc of the .: ::
otherwise the allegations of the said I-llst. No. ITo .
March 10. 1615.Notice bill will b taken aed the account a* administrator of aald estate housekeeper. TheTe should one or Rub-Schol aaaessed ---------I 301.81
that William a* conr by b amount
I. hereby given aid respondent. for their approvaLDated Amount collected .._ .__ Waring Building. ,,
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Florida. tW9 hanging shelves. By means -- 1.1 ; II ,
H. BroD.on. ot orange Centar It I* further ordered that this orderbe January 1 A D.. 1911. ;

who. on January 1. 1.10. for made S Homestead 1-1 ofNEI4. published once a week for eight WILLIAM LOHR.4mo. the cellar m.,b kept.In order and Balance to b* collected ______1 149.18 I ,
Entry. No. OIlOT consecutive week In the Ki.simm.eValley }- Administrator.NOTICB. sanitary.Two -
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and
Nllll-t ot SE 1-. Section .1 Special PublicityTo -
Oasette. a weekly .
newspaper .
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NW Range l.f.II Section E..t. 22.Tallaha..ee Town.hlp Meridian.has. 14 South, and published State In of said Florida. county and of of Osoeols-general deeps in the Atlantic and seven Amount amount collected assessed....-.-_---__::::f 2.924,01 71T.ll I Wha.la Ne*r a jk t :'

tll..d notiCe ot intention to make circulation In said county Sealed bids will b* received by the in th* hav depths exceeding VETERINARY SURGEON : ) .
Proof. to .tabU.h claim to Witness the Honorabl James W.Perklna board of county commissioners of 0. BAlne to b collected __.1 10K.T1 : I .
1II1..y..above de.erlbed. before. Clerk Judge of the said court and my = at their next regular 4,000 fathoms, forty-six soundings in gal J. L. OVKR8TRBKT. __c&n Fo V :, .: .
land ::
" the Court at KI..lmm. Florida name a* clerk thereof and th* official rlnO'tI. third day-of May A. D. depths greater than 4,000 fathoms Circuit Court Oeeola County, "" ; "

: oJ' .of Circuit the .tb day of May, UIl. seal of said circuit court,. tbl*, the let 1911. of the ..Ill'.strat.A1iootlet have been up t the present Florida.Jlile.C.r.416toI4Dsy. A.v.RIcHM0iD- .; :
,.t-,; -<<,,.. .n .. witneale.: Ed day of April. A. D.. 191S. of Osceola county. rr .'
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; !{.; :' : ; ,1L' tor on th. "Nlck1ep .-* railroad and with pneumonia. returned north REVIVAL t, COHTWUES{' : ; ".

.ays'he is much pleased with Florida;,too soon, and the last'.blUsard about 'WaniAds.DWELLINGS \
: ." "ClpuJ/.lJepartm1i itI' and St, Cloud and expects/to/ ,, here finished'.him up.., So many speo, le'go : w
: rst: again next winters; .; /' *" north too early in the spring >U they ATMETHODISTCHURCII'Rev. . '
Pan Armstrong; left Saturday,;for would remain a""little longer!: they ; ,
\ : L &.N.. Y.where.he .will work on would avoid much suffering. .. .FOR BAILOR: TRADBT for horse and'
I'; ; f"O r'i. : : .N owi'ud Notes"oF'the "Wonder'City" From Our Own, farm for lxomrad. Fred,. Spear who : Mr. and,' Mr*,.,,Every were 'guests .> "W. J>.".*,",the evangelist 'waxoo"one 2' ey: Buick In 'good "
.r Correspondent has been wintering here and 'who'ac.... -of Mrs. Charlotte,Wilson .at,,the New preached to gations last* .' ?condition.,..good tires;'.mast soli or, "
:. 1. _,jp Special eompanl 'MI'. Armstrong, St.Cloud 'hotel Saturday bight, Sunday at,the Method church.!' At trade at once.. A. .M, Jones, P. 0.Box'32l .
.r 3y Mr. and Mrs. J..W. Squires.and Mr.. and Mrs. 'French '
; 1 u on Sunday night the morning hour, he preached on the Kissimmee; 7tf,
I'r ,, Ed George left: Tuesday morning tor Mra..,Wilson left Wednesday" for her office and .work of',the ,Holy Spirit f
I .\.. Mr. andMrn, ,A. N. ProUman, who where they expect to spend a week a week's trip on the east coast northern. home. 1 I" V-. I in the- church; at the evening hour on fot.r.nt. :. PPlj..'' to,, U..
:. r hare spent the winter here, left Tuesday after which they will return to St. Charles' S. Turner ,Buffalo, N.' Y., Mr. Rile; of Brooklyn,,,N.; Y., is I the second ,coming: of Chriat Both Tiller : ," .
Hillsdale Kan. Cloud until May, when they will lave was in St.. Cloud ', tz. V4
for their home at Monday. clearing hi. lots for building and wep strong' clear,. forceful :
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'1' ; !"\: Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bunce, who hare for their northern home- in Fort Mr. and Mrs. Gurdonn Clark' Miss poets ,to erect a large home on-the and should do' much -to build sermons the ,TRAWBERRY PLANTS-;Send $2.60 ,;
\. ; been spending the winter,at Orange Wayne Ind.. returning' SU Cloud Roxlne Goodrich and Mrs.;Coons were corner of Pennsylvania avenue :;and religious life of those who heard up then >for 1000.* Cabbage plants at SUO'1
t.! ,!' ,City.' 1"1." ., have been the guests of early in the alt registered at the New St. Cloud hotel Sixth street. This ,is the.lint 'tlme The attendance upon-the enricea baa\ 'I',, Peach,' plum, pear.and. cherry: trees,
:.. Mrs. Bonce's: sisterMrs.. Long, on D. D. Cockxell left Tuesday for last Sunday, from St. .Cloud. Mr.- Rile has been .in $t.. Cloud not, been aa largo *. it should have at 10 to 15 cents each. John Light*
'; ". Michigan, avenue, for the past week. Vero, Fla., to visit his daughter, Mrs.Zigrog. Wm. W. McClure, Mr. and Mrs. it is evident he likes the place.S. 0 been, but those who hare hare; 'foot. E.1'Chattanooga."' Tenn. 48-tf,; '
t :'" They returned to Orance' City Tue.- From there he will return to Caley Mr. and 1011''. Wade, who are E. Martin, Co. R, 1st Minn. Inf. been very much helped. '.gone'Rev Mr. .
da,... hi. home at Hardin IlL Mr. wintering at Kissimmee,. motored to left Monday for his old home. Brock* Bass Is a very logical and clear 'ex FOR .1UNT-8-r!: olD $10-roam v, ,
'. i; , MI'. ''and' Mr. Stewart McLaughlin, owns property here and is highly St. Cloud Wednesday taking some.pictures ett, N. D. He has been here eighteen of the and most niched. Jl ; 5-room. !;
pounder a
\ who hare'Spent a pleasnt winter here, pleased with St. Cloud. and going'on to Narcoo.ee. months and says If he could Induce helpful preacher.Scriptures He Impresses $9. E..E.Wen.-I, estate and Insnranee -
I left Saturday morning for their home Mrs. Frank Chapman and son, N. H. Burns Albany, Tex., was a his wife to come .that he would not too, that he daily lives what one he 202 Broadway. '
at Greenville Pa., but expect to comer : George R., left Friday for: St. Louis, St. Cloud visitor Friday. go back north. preaches. Mr. Watson is a good singer FOR RENT OR BALE Two-story
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winter. Mo., but will return to st. Cloud in Harrison Marvin and Miss Jennie -
again next There is a new sidewalk being laid deeply and '
a religious has store building Brack St. North
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. .Miller, who have the fall, as there is no place like it, Marvin, Dryden N. Y., were here last from Eleventh street to Eighteenth, contributed much to the man services by, Kissimmee. H._on C. Stanford 29-tf
'their winter .homeat St. Petersburg, go they say. Friday.C. on Massachusetts avenue. Thin is a his ministry of' The services
j # are the guests for a week of Mr. The "Long and Short of It" were O. McLoughlirt, Jacksonville, much needed improvement and is progressing will continue over song.Sunday if not longer 'FOR BALE-Marine gasol ne engine
and Mrs.' ,;J. J. McKenzie, on the lakefront in town last. week and they were a Fla., visited our city last Monday.S. rapidly.We and it is hoped that a good attendance -- 3 cylinder 4 cycle, complete boat
team worth seeing.Mr. B. Estes and wife, of Madeline, hear from our friend, Ed Reid, will meet these equipment, all In first-class condi
I Captain frost and Dr. F. F. H. and Mrs. Levi! Shambow, Miss Minn., were in St. Cloud Friday.T. in Ohio: "Wish I was back in St. each of the remaining services.good men The at tion. Can be seen. at Saundera' +
", .Pope returned Friday evening from Hazel Hhambow Mr. and Mrs. G. W. D. Tippina, Orlando Fla.. was in Cloud. I spend all my time trying house ought to be filled Sunday at dock. 16tf
attending a meeting of the railroad Dauffherty motored to Kissimmee on St. Cloud Monday last to. keep up a fire." both services. v'l 4m
d commissioners at Tallahassee, Fla. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. 1':. E. Tetrick, Worthington The Priscilla club will hold a par- FOR SALE OR RENT-Four room
J. II. Ferguson was a business caller Mrs. Jam.s Wilson, who has been W. Va., were in the Wonder cel post sale May 1, 1915. There will The )Ideal lodge of Knights of Py- house, furnished; has good truck
,, at Kissimmee on Monday. u guest at the New St. Cloud for Home City last Friday. | be packages from almost every staten : thias held one of the largest meetings I garden and good place for chickens;
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ouimby of Wil-' weeks past, stnrted Wednesday morning Otis L. Quigley, Boston Mass, was J + the union. They will be sold at : in many months on Wednesday night, south end of Clyde avenue. Joseph
li '.i dei, Vt.. left Wednesday to visit in for C'hioiijco, 111. here'last Monday. twenty-five cents each and will be between forty and fifty members be- I Hart. 17tf
M Jacksonville and St. Augustine before The PriHcilla club met' Friday, April Mr. and Mrs. Philip Durflirfger left worth the price. The location of the ing present. The first degree work 1 h
) returning to their northern homo. !9>, with MrH. Bessie )Daniels and Mrs. Tuesday morning for a trip down the "selling, office will be announced later was conferred upon C. E. Yowell BURBANK'S SPINELESS Cactus Is 'F
Mrs. Sarah Wood, who him been Grace Ashton, at too home of Mrs. west coast, visiting Tampa and l St.Petersburir. county superintendent of schools andE. the latest fruitj vegetable and forage g )
a spending the winter with Mr. and Dnnivls.) A /goodly number were in From thence they will i E. Naugle. editor of the Gazette. t thrives even on
''n 1gg,, Mrs. I. M. Qulmby. left Wednesday uttcndanri! and after a short business take the Manatee river trip to Brad I GROWTH\ IS SHOWN BY After the initiation a big spread was Band rocks and sunshine and solve. "
' i for her home at Hartford, Vt. session, the meeting was turned over entown. Palmetto and Manatee. They i served in the banquet hall and a num- the feed problem for cows, hogs and +
u Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Sprague, who to the hoHteHH. The stunt was "Old will return to St. Cloud for another! ;: ber of speeches made by the members. poultry. Bears delicious fruit and
S have spent the pant three months inN Sayings," for instance the saying "As stay of several weeks before making PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH The evening was one of the most beautiful flowers. Send for cata-
if our city, left Tuesday for their home round as an --" the blanks to bo their way to their northern home in I I pleasant in the history of the lodge. logue. Samuel O. Kidder, Monti-
y at Shortsville, N. Y. This is Mr. filled in by the members, and insteadof Sandusky, O. cello, Fla. A good agent wanted 'r
,., Sprague's first visit and he is much giving prizes, the hostesses each The wife of Comrade T. W. Van Acl- The annual reports of the Presby- Miss Elizabeth J. Bikerdike, whose here now. 17-2tpd
terian church last
s pleased with our city and climate and put in twenty-five cents to the club styne died suddenly at her home on | Sunday showed family was among the pioneers of of .
a \ to come again. fund and after dainty refreshmentswere Minnesota at'' Rome interesting and encouraging FOR SALE-Sweet potato slips or
Y hopes avenue, on Monday Chicago, 111., and whose members extensively
facts. There was added to the mem- draws. L. M. Kenton, 510 Broad. '
+ and mother served the club .
r a Mrs. C. R. Schaffer adjourned to 3 p. m.Rev. own real estate in that city,
} M,.. Mary A. Wort, from Herndon, meet in two weks with Mrs. Iona S. C. Brock, of Buffalo, N. Y., bership during, the year an increaseof arrived last Wednesday for an Indefinite way, Kissimmee, Fla. 17-2tpd. ;
31 cent net, and to the Sun-
"V Pa., who nave enjoyed the winter in Warner on Virginia avenue.T. who is touring the state, spent two school per roll 23 residence in Kissimmee. Several FOR SALE-Second: hand Ford car J'
our midst left Tuesday for theirfit' P Wren and wife left Tuesday days in St. Cloud last week. Mr. day The increase in benevolent per cent. )%ars ago she was a half-interest own- in excellent condition. Apply Hun-
northern home. for theIr home in Overland Park Kan., Brock is coming to this country witha the is 14 offeringsfor and Incurrent er of what formerly was the Ault- ter Land Company. It
Miss Hannah Wood, who has passed but expect to come again next fall. view to locating and will choose be- year per cent., man's gardens property, fortyfiveacres
+. some time here started Wednesday Harvey Henderson, company I, 89thN. tween this locality and some spot on expenses 11 per cent. of which recently have been FOR SALE:-Several good rowboatsand
k ,...... for her home at Lebanon N. H. Y., volunteers, and wife, left Friday St. Andrews bay. i The total offernigs for all purposes transferred to her sole ownership. She one 1914 model Evinrude Demonstrating -
,; Mr. and Mrs. Craig and daughter, for their home in Middletown, N. Floyd Moshier took the three Doo- is $1,983.23. There is an increase in will live in her cottage on this prop- motor. Will sell these '
Lucy, who have spent the winter at Y. They expect to be with us againas little sisters and Mrs. Morris Good- subscriptions of about to the budget for the erty (on West Oak street), with Mr.] at a good price. Apply between now
f' The Haven, left Saturday morning for they are well pleased with St. rich to the lakes east of town for a new year $250. and Mrs. W. J. Firpp. Miss Bikerdike and Monday to 102 Verona street p
Unlontown Pa., but expect to .return Cloud as a winter home. Mr. Hen fishing trip Sunday. Morris Goodrich and Mrs. Fripp were college mates in opposite Courthouse 16-tf
of the
Bishop Curley, Catholic
in the fall. derson owns some property here. i went to 'the same place with Van their youth.
v Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Green, who have Tuesday for their home in Stevens I Natta, in Van's new "white streak." church, spent Sunday and Monday in MRS. IRENE SAUNDERSTeacherl'
been spending the winter with Mrs. Point Wis. They have been in St.Cloud i Judge Peckham and party left last Kissimmee, coming here from St. Augustine Mrs. J. Z. Roberson returned from of piano; pupils trained in short l
a , Rasey on Illinois avenue left Wednesday since 1910, and are coming back Thursday, driving from here to Or- to hold services in the local a visit at Cairo, Ga., Thursday, accom- time; new methods; rates reason
": ., for Chicago, 111. next winter. lando' in an auto. We will miss the church Sunday night and also mass panied by her sister, Mrs. W. T. able. 209 Park St., Kissimmee.
ad' .t .... W. A. Morris, wife and son, Mrs. Harry Pierce has returned from a judge and his delightful party very at 7:30 Monday morning. Ten boys Crawford, and three children, who will Fla. 16-4tpd
*? u. S. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Charlet two months' stay at Lynn Haven, Fla. much, especially the Judge's niece, and eight girls were confirmed by the spend some time here with her and
I For with Fitt
Feathers and children, took an auto He will make his future home in St. Miss Mildred Peckham. bishop Sunday. A strong sermon, in with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. RentFurnished flat,
which the sacrament of the confirmation modern Improvement. See W. D.
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trip on Sunday to Loughman. The Cloud. Gardner. Miss Leona Roberson who ,
S. L. Rowe and wife left
,. trip was much enjoyed by all. Mr. Rath is building a nice home on i, for their home in Willford, Mich.Tuesday They was beautifully explained, was delivered has been attending the Florida College Harris at Gazette orOce. halt $,
Charles Rhoades, of Rhode Island, Ohio avenue near Fourth street. by the bishop Sunday and for Women at Tallahassee, returned
have spent a very pleasant winterin heard number of the Ira and M, C. t,
by a large gen- Mrs. Free e son,
who has been the with them.
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Cloud hotel this winter, left Wednesda N. "Had several inches eral public as well as church members. Freese, and granddaughter Ruth .,n 'J"
r A [; morning for his northern home. of snow again next winter. Father Fox, of Orlando accompanied W. B. LeClere. of California, stopped Freese Hatter left for Bradner, 0., Sti
and blizzard. Wish I had ..
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Mrs. Cass entertained at an Easter Bishop Curley here from Orlando. The over in Kissimmee en route to Tuesday after a pleasant visit with
c {a ; Mr. and Mr.. W. B. McMaken, Iiv1n&"on St. Cloud. dinner. Mrs. and Miss Hitchcock, Mr. Orlando choir assitsed in the evening Boston to spend a few days with the Mrs. D. C. Wheeler. Mrs. J. O. Byrd rt M'
IK i Pennsylvania avenue, who have G. E. McEndree, Co. E, 4th U. S. V., and Mrs. Wm. Russell report a good services Sundaq. The church was family of C. A. Carson. Mr. LeClere and little son, Sherman, returned to t\
;been in St. Cloud for the winter left who resides on Ohio avenue, l is enter- time. beautifully decorated for the occasion was a classmate of C. A. Carson jr., their home Tuesday after a visit with .' t.
Monday morning_ for Sarasota Fla., taining Mr. and Mrs. E. Brown, of J. W. Rankin, who returned to his with lilies, roses and ferns. at Colorado college. her father, A. S. Drawdy. .::'

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you know how few know, that t tncli) through without loss by friction. pnxluctive each year. Few or no surface -A-,
more acres of land are susceptible to These rows ol tile are connected watertight pests are encountered when this
sub-irrigation and sub-drainage in (tv at the 4-inch teed! main which IS system is used, as the fields can be I .. f' I Io
ceola county and district adjacent to in turn connected with the standpipes.The flooded at any time desired, thus drowning -
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Kissimmee than in the whole state of open ditch K is on the. lower Ride of them out. The system is not, a success x
Florida, outside of this district.. ? Flowing the field! and receives the surplus water where there IS no subsoil. '1' .,yr, .
wells are to be seen in any direction from the lines, D. Two leet back from "The ,item of good drainage is just as .., 1
and tan be had at a depth of 150 the ditch is the controlling box 0, whichis essential ax an inexhaustible supply of 1 .
1 to :300 feet on thousands of acres of used to dam the water back in water, the system of t>4e acting/: for
fine rich soil, muck land underlaid, witha /field. This box has three outlets, 0"1 this purpose when there is an excessive
clay subsoil. on a level with tile I D, which when I rainfall. Air is also necessary to the :: -
The lands are not only the very best permits all excessive rainfall to drain life ot healthy plants, and our systemof
for vegetable growing and truck farm- into ditch K.; The next higher outlet is irrigation assists us in applying air '
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ing, but are the very best for general 12 inches above the first, and when the at the very roots of the plants. This -: H
farming. There_ -ia J scarceiyaspatin! firat outlet i.s .plugged .permitU2V4 l aubaeraNenacreaisanrotection nfTMJTP' ---- -
.:li.a- state where diversified farmlncan -- of I 12:! Pinches of waten in the field be- siderable importance in times of cold.

be so successfully carried on as in neath the surface. Wnen the first and The frost line, which those who are unacquainted ;,.
this section. Osceola County is the second outlets are closed the water will with conditions in Florida .
Banner County in the state for all purposes ,I then back up in the field to within 2 talk about so glibly can be found four l y 4a
and the whole world should knowit | inches of the surface. By opening and inches under the sod in any part of the ** ""
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to introduce it to others. We knowit closing the outlets in the partition of state. It does not show on the surface '
and think they should. They will, if I l I the controlling box, the quantity of as freezes have occurred in the southern We have no trouble holding our old ones.because. treatthe U '&! Y
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we but talk and write about it as we do water applied to the plants can be part"of Cuba and all! over Florida. 'right," and the goods we sell to them are of such good'quality .
politics:, and our neighbor: Tell the measured with a nicety. "To prepare an acre of land for growing ';" !'. .t
truth about this section. If you. see "During periods of rain the well. is vegetables by Installing an irriga- that they are sure to come back for. more.. \; :,,', -
anything stated about it that is false shut off'and the lines of tile D are left tion system which costs $105 may seema ,
say so ; don't misrepresent! it yourself ; open thus draining all surplus water foolish waste of money, but the pro- Irqy
don't knock. If you feel ybu can't tell out of the field at once. We can culti- ductivity of that irrigated acre when -
the truth about what is around you, vate our fields within two hours after in good tilth and fructifying properly is r r
don't forget we have rail and water the hardest rains. so many times more than it would be
transportation daily. "The controlling box is made of cement otherwise that the owner is fully justified

But I was talking about Subirrigationand being 22 inches high, 12 inches in going to the expense. For instance Osceola Hardware Co. .
Sub-drainage. What we need most : wide and 0 inches thick with a cement such an acre here has produced
is a class of farmers who have some partition in the centre. Cement bottoms seventy tons of vegetables in a single
product for sale and who will bring It'' are made in the intake pipes' C, growing season of nine months, which I a- .
to market for sale daily. We have the I a'nd the direct connection with the intake sold for $4.064, paying the railroad $735to fem.t 1J
land that will produce, let's do.the rest, pipeR, controlling boxes and feed haul them to market. A faily good is.ter
and then point to what we are doing mains are made water tight. Iron nip- acre ? One of our growers last spring let
and i.ot about what we. can do. The S. ples of various sizes are used in making marketed $32,000 worth of lettuce and --- ---
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B. Aultman truck garden has done more these connections. The holes in the cucumbers off of 22 acres. One thousand ,

in a substantial way than all other advertising controlling boxes are also fitted with $2,000 or $3,000 is not an unusual ,. .... a fiat
thin section has ever had. iron pipe linings. output for a single acre. "
What he is doing others can, but Sub- "The following is a list of materials Anyone desiring further information.
irrigation is necessary to successful needed for tiling one acre : address Kissimrfiee Board of Trade,>..r
farming in South Florida, and we have 2000 3-inch drain tile 12 inches longat Kissimmee Farm Land, Bond Loan and C I

the flowing wells all obout us. $22 $44.00 Investment Company, or any real estate ( The Summer Season s** J
Thomas K. Bates's article on this 8-inch standpipes 2{ ft, long 2.45 dealer here. a. tI
1 18-inch intake at well ANDREW JOHNSON.
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subject, explaining the system, costs,
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etc., is very comprehensive :
"The accompanying diagram shows 7 22-inch controlling boxes 6,25 STUPENDOUSGreatest

how the system is laid in the field. A 24 2x5 inch iron nipples 1.68

ia at the flowing well which dischargesinto -2 sacks cement 1.10 Minstrel Show Ever HereIs 4 cj
100 ft. 4x24 inch terra cotta main 7.00
an 18-inch tile. C is the standpipes
along the supply main, the latter being 1 load of fibre or sawdust 1.50 Coming Soon The Summer Season brings, with it the necessity of purchasing j +;
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made of 4-inch tile. By plugging the Wooden plugs. .50 The most stupendous dazzling, over- that Embroidery Dress. Our line of embroidery t, 1 "
hole In standpipe any singleline of tile whelming dramatic production which k u-i J
dress patterns is the most complete in town.
can oe shut off from the water'and any Total $63.97 has ever been Been in this city will appear I
other line of tile can be supplied at will. "The labor necessary to install the here some time during the early a
This allows the planter to apply the system on one acre will goat about $40 part of next month. The aggregation I ;
water to the exact portion of the field making the total coat about $105.00 per will probably be known as Ward and
he wants it in, without wetting portion. acre. An artesian well will coat from Upyle's Great Amalgamated Minstrel We have also those indispensibles in Foulards, Piques ct.

that do not need moisture. D is the $50 to 175, and as frr aa we know will Show: and the performance will be given and Muslins. ) ,
rows of 3-inch tile through the joints of flow forever. for the benefit of the Kisslmmee 1, ,
which the water seeps and wets the "There must be a subsoil of clay or Baseball Club. An array of talent has
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The joints are paper or fibre, to keep the sand and the subsoil is; say, 3 feet below the fore seen on any stage will be pulled
dirt from working into the lines of tile. surface and the system is installed and off. Black face artists to rival Mclntire and stay with the crowd.

O i. the controlling box. It has a partition the water turned on, no moisture will\ and Heath will perpetrate sidesplittingjokes. ... .' ,. 4 T,
in the centre with a hole throughthe begin to come to the surface until the -Coon shouters contortionists, \ . ,
lower side where the tile is connected 18 inches of earth between the lower monolog':i.ts, comical comedians-all
to It, another hole in the partition 12 aide of the the and the subsoil has be- will participate in a kaleidoscope of hilarity It's easy to find just what you want at o ,.; i I Is..J
inches above the first hole and a V- come wholly saturated with water. that will keep Klasimmee's risi- '),.
shape split in the top of the partition.E When this Is done the moisture is then blea aching for month. Watch for It. ;''t .
i. the ditch, at the aide of the road drawn to the surface by capillary at- The greatest, moat astonishing show of air\ ... ,
which carries off the surplus water. traction. the season, with such well known r
"The system la installed by laying "The water being applied at the roots men in the east mm Doc Simpson Fran H. :
.I' row's of tile D 18 inches beneath the of the plants acts aa a sort of vaccination Doyle Doe. Canon, Ward Von Barn- C. STANFORD CO. T : .
the Buzza Brothers Sam Rags- )
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surface, apart,, running as an dale Marion Canon. Carl Lupfar. Fred .. ,, ,
the abort way of the field, there being' .vid.nc of this fact we have grown Bass, and a bewildering array of singers ., ,n" . 1'/\' ;/ h' .It,'
"t fall of about 4 inches in 830 feet the aama crops 'on the same acres for and dancers .fat .. '+c.,', ..... ,''"':, .
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(' !t. 'city Ai was large considerably part'of population wrought up of about the Classified AdvertisementsAdvertisements ,I An ; Appeal to Methodists to Vote for M


one o'clock Sunday morning:, by hearIng -

l : the continued screams of a woman
{ are insetted under this head at the rate of 5 Cents
e' In the northwestern part of the city. per line each insertion. Methodists in Pending Elections:

tiH Terrifying visions of murders and conspiracies I'w ,
! disturbed the minds of several ,

"i A hundred !folks and the situation was FOR SALE WANTED- once to buy horse, wagon ,

i considered acute that the entire day I and harness Nelson Realty
so the FOR SALE A number of beehives ata Company. eFOIL Published in Florida Christian Advocate, the Official Organ of the lr,
force out to
police came augment bargain ApI.lyat the corner of I

night for.ce. HP sought in vain for any I I I Main and Orange streets Phone 30, M. E. Church South of Florida, April 25, 1912.

am tangible duo,, and finally, baffled by the 1 ('. S Uuell! 19-tf RENT
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1 mystery, returned to his restless couch FOR SALE- A goal( of mules. and DWELLINGS for rent, apply; to M Til-
Three days. later the ..n.ams were par- wagon See (,. 1.] Io tnmg, at the ler.FOR. "To the readers of the Florida Christian Advocate it may not be amiss

t-; tially explained A negro somewhat)"I foot of Stuart avi nut*. 20-tf : RENT Five---unfurnished- - rooms: to add this suggestion : That a faithful, consistent Methodist, if otherwise

6)ri t the worse for ton frequent,! lih..tions, FOR SALE By owner, /. W. Bass, '
kitchen
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n :' t1 had exercised IIIH buballdly prerogative: a lots, 50xIet: : making I 160xl3.'i.) 1 : S- bedrooms; also two furnished rooms. j qualified, has a greater claim upon your suffrages than one who is of some

iif hit wife, and her earnest I room tottagi for ;''s'ioo. $225:! cash and Third door from Gazette office South : other
beating I $12 per month until paid for. If you M abbe tie street Mills Dalma Graham communion, or of no church membership at all. Why should the

protests created the terrifying noises I wish to see the property/ phone No. 'i }19-3tpd rule of our State be entrusted to irreligious men when men who fear God
which lacerated the peaceful i Sabbath 71: HiHKimmit. Ha Property is I IalM I _ ,

air The identity of the, heater! anti thebeatce >ut roe mile southwest from depot ]I FOR RENT Desk room in new brick and regard their fellowmen can be found for those offices ?
I Also have other houses, and lots and building on Darlington avenue J,
; are still a mv-t. '
< r\ four tract- of In acres i each .cheap M. WillHon Jr.
"As between Christians
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six miles out 2-tf things being satisfactory, it ought to be

,::. Mr. Jo'. 1'. Meade, capitalist' ann Mr. ,,1'01 I { SAI r. I Iw..tnn.IO-romn resiilenie I R.house D.. WARING for you. & CO_ will rent 19! .your tf a distinct recommendation to us that a man cherishes the same faith

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:. ,) H hustling with :2. largo( double!; parches, 2 HANDSOME new flat for rent, with which is precious to us ; for we know that such a faith, sincerely held, t
man, were looking over Kmsimmet real halls. iil\,, water, bath, toilet and all modern
.onvl'lli..n..s.
;, estate Monday. Tin'\ <,toiildn t ITIIHH it < 1'" t hi ,,' lights' alai well on bueklurch the Gazette office Apply IS.tf at breeds good unmakes for good citizenship and will produce a trust-

v ::iI inventing in busy hustling. progressiveKissimmee. | )IMI fret t deep. gotMl: 1 barn and I worthy official. We know that a genuine Methodist will ring true all
i sivir.il Inuit, tr.es, corner lot 7!">x1 FOR In NT--A large house and five on

i ,.1'4 I H\: > f..t 1 within. iOn :vards. depot and acres. of ground inside. the city limits { moral questions. He will be sober, clean and upright in his private life:
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n The management of the Pantimi, hoolhiius., l'rI"t', $:HM) I IM)) ash iibout one mile from the postoffice

'ai, { " theater is beginning to receive ('on Owner Write or call George<< ; A. Gilbert;)1'J I-lf Nelson Realty Co. Pi-tf | He will have the fear of God before his eyes. Why should you in pique, or 1

te 'i i" \ tracts for road companies. for the rom -- -- ____ "FOR RENT; I Karl property consistingof [ prejudice or passion, refuse your support to a brother like this, if he be
a' I If A\ I. Folt( > tiAl.l I:. or would trade I
Juried" and the Maildocks
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k' ing season. 20( acres of ground Ii miles from
for gontloung 'Ierai ey milk "OWH, !I competent to fill the office to which he aspires ? .
I 1 J Field players hold the hoards, extra gtHid saddle, horse, the city limits. ; also 15 acres insidethe
one' voting
1 .. Jan. 13, 1913 Monte (Crist, and Jan/ I mine. (earl} now rubber tired I runabout city, limits Nelson Realty Co.. "J. EDGAR WILSON."
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'.. I und H ,inn' ixtranin" live m'n' traits RLNT j Note.-Rev. J. Edgar Wilson is pastor of the M. E. Church, South, Gainesville, Florida, and
rompany. FOR Two modern flats. with
1 I lust oiilsidi,I tin i ,itv t limits'' 'I I 1111" all city conveniences Apply at thedaretto contributing editor of the Florida Christian Advocate.
Mrs F. E. Williams. son harry and still 'is all lir-.t I LrvY and must havegnial j.
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met They came to "'''Hlmm'',' t live R. D'Al'' Itl-:" ,, A. (h'' )I. will rent \ on t (,ro P Parker It I
the defeat of State W. M. because he
,.. I'l' tf -- - encompass Superintendent Holloway is not a Methodist ?
i' :yearn ago, on a visit, and deride I to a hou
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locate( here Mr Williams' ronduits t u i I A'I'1S I (O.HOU.M{( )( IIDIISI.. with, '< acres o' Come to the Salt Breezes. I The friends of Superintendent Holloway have NOT, at any time, made an appeal to any denomination -

d lumber yard at St t loud. but has his I fruit. and iegctt6l.laud fora" _'4M). I R. The 1 Bay View lintel and l The Shelter\ but they have studiously avoided anything that could be construed as an effort to make
"a II W an n A. l'n 1 l'<.tf I Sanitonum, Hawks Park Ha Open
residence! here at the corner of Main if
; Y all summer Ten dollars. a week for any church a party to the contest for State Superintent of Public Instruction.
14 and Broadway FI\'E I: and ]HI.at're farms in' I Ili' city' I well 'people and twenty-five a week for

k ,' Mr. J. 1)I Graven. IH improving his, n'sidence limits il I sick ones 211.St The following criticism of the Lakeland Evening Telegram, published in the home town of W.

s t 'R,: "-'. y on Emmett street by adding"' a i I- 'HIM It M Waring' Cu I l'i! -tf I II I N. Sheats, and reproduced in the DeLand Register, shows the disapproval of this appeal to denom-

i large double porch and general repair '1 FOR dressed poultry, phone the RulBanH : The Misses' '1'hi-linn Johnston EI'la-I : I I' inationalism."A '

,' j Ing throughout T. L Curry the l huill- | Market /No; "l IH'l I 1 19tfMt'1'TUN | beth lohnston, Mamie Stratton, Ludie,
contributor to the Florida Christian Advocate advises his readers to draw denominationa
has nf the work. I 111..1 Stratton and Pearl! RUSH! of Winter
f>r, charge .
flit and-dm", at
fresh Haven Mondain jfissimmee, I I, lines in selecting their candidates i. if is member of church other
f a Mr. F M. Barker and wife hale taken Hull Bass. Market. phone 1K'( 1 l' .IfXV , spent e., a man a your things being
sight: seeing.Mr. :. equal, vote for him. We do not think this advice of the reverend gentleman is wholesome. POLITICS

+" house furnished,, Brack! rooms.street in North the Joe Kissimmet'' Starling' .: I Ell.: .."propirtv. dialed, 'on''III'the' of niarkrl"t, In. ,most. both desirablt . J I M, Willson .Ir, has let th"l and RELIGION are BAD THINGS to MIX together. A man's moral character certainly

Mr. Barker was formerly operator at I city und county. which. we otft.r at t contrail for live tenement houses. to should be considered in selecting a public servant, but the church he attends, or the form of worshiphe
the lowest to hi. ohtamidI ert.4lt'd] al once, besides the, l'h..ngo'
the Pastime Theatre but nowhas prlii's
a employs is matter concerning which has right to dictate interfere but which
of a none a or rests
'i here I is no padding pru en by us, house, now under construction.,
in the Graystone Garage
position r every piere of property sold at exactprice I solely with his conscience.
Mr. Hardy and family and. family placed on it by the owner. Two of the Charter mtmbtrsof. the

m l who have !been tenting on one of theNelson Write us. your requirements and we : new Presbyterian church h organized: at1: "This is the spirit of our free institutions." .
will do bent to pic am- by
our you I
lots in west Kissltnmee fork Gotha Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs James
showing\ just the kind of property you ,
, ome time past left yesterday for desire /II. M. Breaker & (jo 21-tf Monely. were also barter members of

i, Austin, Texas. They will also go in the Kissimmee Presbyterian (church in I IIKH4. Holloway's Campaign Committee.-

. p'P search of a daughter who is somewhere COOK'S STRAIN, thoroughbred: ButT : .
Orpington, eggs $1 M for 15. (1.
"la' +'1 near the seat of the revolution in Maxi Gilbert. H-If A'I Mr. J. I IJ. W Woodbeck the moving ,picture -

i: ico. man, has kindly consented to assistin .
FOR SALE- Three residences One in
' : ". Ura C. A. Carson, Miss Elizabeth l gathering local items for the Gazette
KM
Eureka a f ---c Isom Miss J21izabeth Aultman! and .w..Id111un-l.1illO.( ) (-"" |in-.HHUH'. pntuny\ ;\ fuvura ahoWn-him _-" 4.e-ftp-i I Ipreciated '

Miss MaexJraves returned Friday evening hon $2,50<). Waters & Carson. L2tE1 by the management Mr. The Young Man'sDream
e
from the U. D. C. convention at cery Company. Woodbeck i. an experienced newspaperman .

;1 Tampa They report a highly successful SHIP your produce to C. W. Judy & and if you know of anything that .

,f .- and enjoyable !gathering Sister Co. Tampa Fla. Wpte them for II should be mentioned in the paper, all =

I;' Esther Carlotta was reelected president stencil 49-tfI that will be necessary. is to give him a :

i} with little opposition. I HAVE for sale or would trade for I hint and he will do the rest. Is to marry the girl of his choice and have \
good Jersey milk cows, one
,\ Mr. G. M. Taylor has completed an extra good young young saddle horse, one Mr. Wayne Ward received a cable- a home all his own;

j.. ':.. ,Enlargement of his store on Mabbette nearly new rubber tired runabout, gram Friday from his father, Mr. C. W. The first can be secured with thegirl's ) K!
'$' y Jr.,' ',' treeC This increase was made necer- some good town lots close in, and Ward, sent from Queenstown. The

',':jlJj/ X .try by the rapidly growing business some extra nice five-acre tracts just cablegram stated that all was well. consent '

4 ;>""!i(" ':if Of this hustling merchant. outside all first the class city, and limits.must This have stuff good is Mr. Ward left New York for his Euro- The second is easy with our plan. k"'i' i. .

.' ",<.; Mis Wilmuth Geiger, of Norfolk, stuff in return Downing Realty pean trip on April 25th. The length of Y'; loan money/ for "Home B.1./ ,lding" and upon' 10--_ .
+r n Company. IN tfMISCELLANEOUS : time taken in reaching Queenstownwould I WE MAKE
Va., was a guest of Mrs J. S. Nickles I I indicate that the transatlantic I .s'fr//; ( (t.!i/ terms and condition; / ,* that any ordinary

s 1 x>n Monday. Miss Geiger, who has ; : ships are taking the southerly routes iiiromc will(// take care of it /i'ell{ with'n' the earning YOUR
.pent come months in Florida DRhAMSCheaper .
visiting
and are using extra precautions to avoid I 1 ability; ('f f any able-bodied durrjftic man./ .
friends and relatives returned her '
,+ to I
i r home In Norfolk Tuesday GET H. N. BRATTON to rive yourartt'lIlan a repetition of the Titanic disaster fli'in,, paying rent and ill the end the HOME is COM T !h i

wells. 43-tf Mr. J. A. It > ve. of Dalevdle, Ala., YOfJ* *1..*. THUEBy I

Mrs children L M. Marsh accompanied' by WADE; the tuner Orlando I accompanied by hid wife and son, ar- adopting our plan{ of 1 Home-get ting you simply pay each,
tier Ray and Ethel and her
rlv..lln the Tuesday on a prospecting -
I I city flit,,? n.mall? jaitmcnt, / which add proportionately to paid
I. .liter, Elizabeth Johnson. went down I WANTIM The 1 sweetest thing out for trip' He called at the (Gazette; of- your
,. girl fuller (Greeme; Candy inlo-e l i" YOUR OWN HOMK.We "
to flames City Saturday morning:, your t die on Wednesday, and .stated, that he oft / i t

nl1 \'Wbere they spent a couple of days with I Company.fresh from factory Hissimmi-e' J.5:Drug-tf || wax so well pleased wilh, :the outlook loan moiK// !>( at .7' sinlpll/(, interest// on yearly balances.

'kr j'. Mr. Marsh, who is working the Avon that he Irid aim)ul mile! Ui| his mini to t

Park railroad. LlTNCH ROOM---Th.. plate fur a nice I locale, and would. decide, in the next Tabulated Illustration of a $1,000 Loan Made on
( hot told lunch. .short order meal
or (
4 or oysters, any style, visit the lunch day or "0. Mr. R'>wo said his atten- Contracts that are from Six to Twelve Months Old

room next to Postolhce. Phone orders tion, was /first brought to Kistnnmee by
ANNOUNCEMENT.To
Purchase Price of each Contract $6.oo
promptly delivered! Phone, lr>4I by receiving a copy< of the Gazette: andas
!I II I tf Amount deposited as dues . . . . . $72.00
he received the paper from week toweeh
the People of Osceola County I : -- i' Amount deducted for expenses . . . . 18.00I '
Jo'()Itf'sh' fi"h phone I ; the J Rull !Bass';; his interest increased until he
the 1 I . . . . $1.000.00I
much
r I appreciate very handsome Amount of loan made by the Company
Market No. lK I. P. -tfI just had to come unit, 1 see for himself
a vote I received in the first prim ry. ir I I Amount of advance credit on loan . . . . . . 54.00
and after s..elnlh: ,' i n cunvini' -d.
only lacked three votes of defeatingboth
: WOOD per strand, 51.2 1 ); five strands li
my-.epponents and winning out in !I| $<5.7o;) KiHsimmei Lumber ('o 2'JtfANYUNFanywhere I 1 I
the first primary. If I bold the Mte V. I. S. lo. Meet. Balanre due Co., payable as per following table $ 94600

which I received in the first I ; mail
iiimary can start .
i I flip, V. 1 I. S. will, meet at ihe ('li,iptt routte ,
which U only natural that I should and order business at home No .
tanvassiiig -
,
491amr rllle "n loan Inlrre" S per "nl 1'1'.1 year)" a'' Yearly total loon Munilc'" tn1.il pr m.i.,
t secure three mine votes, I will 1 be Be boss ,s for free next Tiles,lay afternoon att:t j' 10. month .
mini : your own (nd V. r. .a it year "n yearly balance $K JO err pal and mteeet la and! inirrrs'
jnated.If booklet Tells how Ileacuck, A 2144, All the members" ar,' IIrl.1 I to attend I 'I : I It
my friends i slay with me_ I will In l ockport, N. Y. -- --- -.
I I .
t t $4730 $0060 .600
I 'I I'
li nominated as the next 'Ii\ ,%-,...ssor 1 in Acre I I x4640,3: 0060 1410' I'ilK,
a. and I assure. y'ou. you WIll 'm'\i'r regret/ PENNELL! agent for Sav man Soap Bargain Twenty I ,6So I 3714 I 0060 \ 1360. .ii 4' 5
+"1 i it. and n'medies, Onlwav( Plasters Z"III..r' {-_ 4 ', 647 as 9' ,6 I 996o IJ106 ii ,
1 of land I less than onemilf ._ \
wenty acres 't'' '06 97 JK go 60 I ,6 OK
Thanking you again' (toi the hand, ,oine s Nonaltoholit. f-'lavonngt!!: I Dnrl
ii from ,,.stollk... A I location 6': I: 445 ea I 9960 aa on ,0 i7
good :
vote I received l, I am, yours M r\ truly I ing: Oil I 19-if I J i I 3iP ea :,4; 9960 ii7 as 47%
a" ,20-3t WILLIAM I I HAKIIhll f -- ._ for a butnlivisioi! ) "an he tin,1 for M(>:> i.S a/P Ko I I" I. I 9960 iia. 04 4'Q 14
yr 1 FOI told lunch ,h I .20'I 60 I 0'06 an7
11 rare hot or visit room "/ 74i 9i
..-. j - PoHtoflit I Lunches P r ai're. K. D. raring: o. 1 P-tf ..Mon.h, I ..60 I is I 49.6c, S, .8 HI n6
next to sent on IJ ___. -I -.0.-
tails. Phone 1 111 'I-I tfMKK1 ,
; Executor Not, .<; )phone
I ", .d" I I Total Int. $.119' Pc"r f.60.. Sti94QO Total' Prim. q.l, and IntI
j I All persons indebted ,to th,1 ti. nf mi' at Kissunmee I Drug Co. and ril I I

Mr. Martha I'ean, widow 1< ,mil! Jno 1'11. we will, gel a drink of tinbt it soda I -
Fearce, late of DeSoto County. are requested water madt :31! -Of .. M, )' rilE l I l 1 ( ) I L\I.S.I

to make nettli-im nt ome, : i iwt . "' !:' Joan it would 1'r1 :o.48 month. '
equated >
: curl rn a ,000 00 were per .
ry'1 and all parties holding i l.umn) al.1. 1U.UIRIBBON: lie ( rt'/inn. best m pry
...'. ., the estate are ImewiHt n iin| '<-ti"'d| to town KiHsiminte' Ding I'it. :U -/tfI 1 '> avin : of ro cents a day you cm i ,ett the contract requirements.t '

i'ti ', present same duly Rtttstul, within! the AN intelligent J100 I I i 1.1 a >.jvin" of "J.1" cents a i'ay you can pay back a $1.00000 loan. t
k' next twenty days. i I person may earn I ? much higher rate of interest on note or elsewhere
h\
h ROBT. L. I'l.A 1(1 H:. monthlv' i"01'responding" for 'It'WHpa- I I IIt II irr pay rent Why pay a mortgage I
AdrtnnistrtorBasaenger pers No anvassmg. Send for particulars i "r'' t lon v i'h accrued interest may be paid in full or in part at any time, thus stopping t. .

; Fla. 4. I'M.! '. Press Syndicate, Ii 2 45.Lo..kport. I '' ,
i May .M-: N Y.
1\\ I --- -.--- 1 1r 1 'low 4 per cent interest! on the monthly advance deposits, after the third month. f

t Administrator's Notice 1 HAVE FOR) SALE, or woulil, ; trude I N-'n you save your money, heln you, make more out of your money than you can make j

>}. I ft good young Jersey milk tows, one -, elL and loan at a lower rate and on better terms than can else- \
you money you get
? -i j I 1 In Ctmiily Jadife. Omrl Dun-ol tmutjr. extra good young!) : saddle horse. onenearly
i ,7 l I j Florid. new rubber tired, runabout ; :I"-e V'e are a "HOMF"" corrnanv and will appreciate your business.
I Ji In Ihe Metier of the Estate i <'( C. A (<< tnnniliiKitDrrcued I I J
good town lot close. and
'
i / some in, I .\' UTE FOR FULL DETAILED INFORMATION. {{
extra nice live-acre tracts
some just
urn ot Inaolveary by C, f I'revatt Admlolatratnr
uue
outside the city limits This stuff is
'
P \, : Notice Ii hi..b'' given that c F Prarati.d-, all first class, anti must have good THE GUARANTEE INVESTMENT & LOAN CO.
I .1 dklaiBlmtor said.state. h** pied' DM wr.tLpn stuff in return. Downing Realty' SAFE GROCERIESto
,I .dotloe' of liwolwioy.
.. lanll/Ir v 18-tf
Nosloelaher.b.Ie.ntoallperoes
] x I "eletma aa.leM' ,Id e./at.,ra sp.....ar sad tie t mpany.j buy Safe groceries to eat: Satisfactory INCORPORATED UNDER THE STATE LAWS OF FLORIDA. p
t > 'the_. wflhla $ s 1oI'Y.nkJu.rl' i
FLOOR CURRY BUILDING PHONB
<.\ wlLo rprbefor.lalY y/1Novemberl.' ,. and removing{ spota Mskes old pay HOME OFFICE, THIRp 982

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'I K met..._O.o.olr <,aunty, Florida thlt. >lw complete instructions; 25 cents poet-

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