i I Dr. KIlBMr A C*. it is to suffer from indigestion lloiclns! iipendlnir money 1.00 all of the best quality and workmanship, and at prices that wiOtnrprbe /. E
IHmm mwmt. rt. Y. PURPOSESCOMPETENT
::4 J_ m. llenrMcHnlKht I barbering r convicts
I dyspepsia or any stomach disorder. one month ____ _nU. S 60 YOL This store lau the reputation of handling onlysrdwar.
Will Do M ("' guarding __ _ 3600 FORCE
Prore What Swamp-Root It's the quickest, surest stomach doc- Gilbert n
v, i For You. tor In the world. It's wonderful! I. I' I enton' guarding !S 00 FOR ROAD WORK that U of superior quality and yon will make ao mistake M ,
: to
1 n Farmer del prls ('amp 10 0
Send ten cents to.Dr. Kilmer A; Co., Mach Brothers oil ___unn._ 6.05Mr. AT 4LL TIMESJACKSONVILLE.FLORI in coming. here NOW and iatpectiag our big stock. (

i 1, 'Blnghamton, N.. Y., for a sample sizeD To Drive Out Malaria L. K Farmer bd. of convArchie 14.40
._ 5.00
_ bottle.. It will convince anyone. You And Build Up Tho System Osceola I.h.Hdw Co.rep .on up.wagon rd. gang" 10.SS

'will also receive a booklet of valuable Take the Old Standard GROVB'S J Z Roberson druiis Oto"dr. gKlssy 1.10t

Information about the kidneys and TASTELESS'\ :biII TONIC. Yon know __ Packing Co, beef K: *

b. sure and what .. the formula Isprinted Osceola Hardware
bladder. 'Wben.writing, yon are taking
Othstlemsdlss Wm't c. Company
lalel Cm* OU $msl, ..
1' 1 xnention th*.. Kissimmee Valley Ga- on every showing it is .
TlM worst ca.*. no matter of bow loasr.taadlvsl
j I in form.
MtU. Regular fifty-cent and one- Quinine and Iron a tasteless d..
) are mra r dollar sir bottles for sale at sul drug The Quinine drives out malaria, the >. AntlMptic Heeling OIL It..u..s .-

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Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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 Material Information
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 23, 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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00695
Source Institution: University of Florida
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CANNING CLUB .HOMESEEKERS. ,'PARTY OF, ,200 ''MAY" 20 'SET:.BY'WORKERS, AS 14 1 ,. :CONVICTED. ',




AGENTS GIVE IS INVITED TO VISIT KISSIMMEEOhio CEMETERY" "CLEAN-UP"' !' DAY FOR SELLING: *l!





INSTRUCTIONDemonstrations Man Wants to Conduce COAST LINE. OFFICIAL-

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'i Held at 3Points Camp Days. in Tents For Severe COMPANY HAS"'CONSIDERED ANY I dertaking. Services in Un- County Court Makes .Good a''t




' in PolityEXPERT BOARD.OF TRADE, ASKS. CHANGE IN SCHEDULE. OF MffiLANJJ LADIES -TO FURNISH Record ',at- term, ; > T "n..',

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T. W. Hansell assistant superintendent return-here make the run to Apopka BL1NI1TIGERS"r. 'i
jt BESIDES
CHEMIST OF DEPART HIM TO COME AHEADStrangers of the Atlantic Coast Line, over the Midland in the morning, returning NICE LUNCH AT NOON SENTENCES! IN CAMPS '
LONG ; 9't'
I MENT OF AGRICULTURE AIDS whose headquarters are at Sanford is in time for the evening roundtrip +
CARSON AND MIS HARRIS authority for the statement that tits to Narcoosee, via St. Cloud. This JUDGE MURPHY SENDS;'NAT '
r; MISS line has not yet taken up or considered -, change would have meant that the PORTER DIVE KEEPER.; ;,, UP
IN WORK HERE AT- ,ST.. Would Bring Own any changesin the schedule of people on the Midland could not have Rosrhffl to Ee Put in Nice FOR SIX MONTHS- ?, ,

., r-CLOUD AND WHITTIER. the Florida Midland railroad. com into Kissimmee In the morning Shape for Summer and Citizens .1
.rf ' i Tent City and Mess House It had been stated that the railroad a. they now do and return home in were'convicted. at' I'
Fourteen persons
\';> Canning club demonstrations were And'Would Be Given Picnic would was considering and in fact. the-..venlne. The boards of trade of Promise to Lend Their the cession of the county court which.
t held this week in Kissimmee, St. Cloud order a change in the schedule Apopka and Windermere hearing of closed Wednesday'on charge of,..u.
.t: and Whittier under the direction of On One of Days They Art which would have worked a hardship' the proposed change had drafted resolutions Aid for Entire Day's Work Ing liquor in what" ar. commonly '

. I Hiss Anne Carson canning club upon those who use this line. The against it and had declared Date Named. known a* "blind tiger" and twelve of
Ih. agent for Osceola county and Miss Here Seeing. the Country.. change, which it is said was proposed, that the road would no longer be of on ,them have begun term of fiv* and sir'months ,
Agnes Ellen Harrissite 'aawn ,for was to use but one crew on the Sugar Uae'' to thenl if the change was made- in the convict camp ,This to *\ c '

girls' canning clubs. Assisting in the L. R. Benjamin of Conneaut 0.. Belt and Midland runs this crew to That the change is not being considered Thursday :May 20, has been set a record for which County' Attorney s'
work was Dr. W. N. Straughn assistant who conducts homeseekeri excursions. make the run to St. Cioud-and Narcoosee is welcome news. The follow- aside as a day to clean up and beau. W. Crawford, Jodg T. M. Murphy' H ?

1 chemist of the United States department I on a large scale, has written to H _ in _the_ morning and upon its, Il (Continued on Page Eleven.) tify Rosehill cemetery. and Sheriff L.. H. Ingram should feel -"-'
of agriculture. Dr- Straughn M. Breaker,'of this city, in regard to pnn The movement looking toward the proud. Word of praise from citiaens
( was present at the demonstrations : bringing a party of 200 or more hen. improvement of the cemetery was have already' shown, them how ,th*' r% "
here and at St. Cloud. B. E. Evans, next season. Although his first excuriion <- CATTLE SALE PLANS l CATTLEMEN OPPOSE started by J. J- Woodall'who' has enlisted community feels about their fforta.! $ '
agricultural demonstration agent for I will not be made until after the aid of some 125 to 160 per. No lest-pleasing was the conviction *
Orcrola county attended all of them.A September 1, he is already bookini sons as volunteers to do the work-on of Nat Porter keeper.of anotorious ) ;r

1 P. Sper.oer district agricultural I parties who wish to make trips .nd ALMOST COMPLETEDCOMMITTEE LIVE STOCK BILL that dste. Mr. Woodall has called I negro dive, on a charge of assault and ,} 5
arranging his schedules. upon this number of persons and battery and his sentence'to serve six
!
1 Floridomparued ,. Ills letter was referred to Secretary I every one has given him assurance of I months in the convict camp, despite:
-- their willingness to take part in the to be allowed?to > out
c Whittier. Prentis of the board of trade, and he I his plea pay )
Demonstrations were held here in has been asked by the board to pa TO HOLD 1'IEETINGSATURDAY PLAN TO CREATE LIVE STOCK "clean-up" aay. Porter has been keeping a place within

". 'fh e courthouse yard on Monday from Kissimmee a visit with one or mon AFTERNOON TO I BOARD AND COMMISSIONER J. W. Thompson chairman of the, 'I a stone's throw of the public school "
'; 10 o'clock until noon and from 2 of his excursions- Literature tellini, MAKE FINAL ARRANGEMENTSFOR WOULD ONLY INCREASE EX- cemetery committee of the city- council In the old Methodist church and ha, :,

--i\\ o'clock: to 5 o'clock.Memben of the about this section of Florida has als BIG EVENT ON MAY 8. PENSE AND NOT EFFICIENCYIS has had a gang of men busy in I been a source of much-'irritation-to. 'a
f;' frirls' canning, club were present clad been sent to him so that he can show the cemetery for the past few days :law-abiding citizens.for'.years-: ..' '. Now .
5tit' in 'their neat little aprons and caps it to prospective visitors. BUSY ON FRUIT DISPLAY. ARGUMENT.The trimming up the tree. preparatory to that he has been convicted and sent to.-

h "t bearing the letters of the club in red. His literature sent to Mr. Breakerexplains ,, the general clean-up. the camps for a-term citizens,hop, 1 .
\ showed the Intense interest his as follows: Final plans for the big cattle sale bill planned to take the control Five or six automobiles have been that the authorities will continue their!*. '
I:,n.I .. hits.drawn them into the work Organization proposition of home seekers excursions to be held here along with a barbecueon of live stock out of the handsof the offered to be used to call for the ladies I effort until he is'forced to either give to ,
"
.Jhey.
\ everydetaii of the demonstration southward of not less thai May S will be made at a meeting >tat* board of.health and place it under who have volunteered to help with the his dive or change the character $ .}
1 r't: throughout the day. There 200 people in each party. of the committee to be held Saturday control of the state'university ha work-and to furnish lunch for the-men up of his'touslness; - rw.f.yt'.TV* oI.. ,

..'1-- were present 'also many of the good "For transportation to pay regular afternoon at .4 o'clock in the office o/ 'been withdrawn and another bill providing In the volunteer tlcle.n-ur" force. This session of Use county court wa .'".
:'t.1I0u.ewlye.. of the city who gatheredto fare common for such number of people C. A. Carson. All members of the I for a live stock board and a These automobiles at the a busy one and one night-session was .,.

learn new Methods of making the traveling together. committee, which Is composed of the' live.-stock commissioner. _._ _.is- -pow pro-. J" m.e uof theladiM and plt-lf_thm np hHd m uu ITJUP LIMo work.v.That thr A, '
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fruit delicacies which were explained "For sleeping, the. wilt_ LprO .. fono wJTif| me n, a fa rTested t.o ft *- -.-. along with their lunch baskets on the docket was cleared up In a.weekjuKl ;; a
party ; ndC.. A. Carson, John i Speaking for the cattlemen of this mornlM of 20 between the .' tCriminal Is. .
bv the .... S4I 901 olaUd.eft-ehe vided with'one tent for each two persons May a half speaks well for--the court;of, !v! I
.Ip.
M- Lee I;. C. Stanfordand .section the Hon. C. A. Carson han r '
in Pat'Johnston houraof 9 and 11. a dala. : . x
eroned by teachers were brought and each with a cot at .
of classes various hour. to person is bed. E. E. Naugle. I I written the.,two letters which followto Those ladies who wish to make the Cases. ,,. ,, ;'.
during as
sleep on a
relays easy A number of important matters will Senator. Donegan and Representative the in automobilesand ,
"Cooks and help will be in attendance trip to cemetery Th criminal cases and their;dlpo. ++
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i.. (Continued on ) to provide meals which will be come up before the committee and it Bryant: who will have basket to carry are ..lttonwere..follow.z.Il'' ; }

served under a tent suitable. is desired that all of them attend.'. I Hon. A. E. Donegan requested to call Mr. Woodall by telephone Tom Hammond charged,;with ,sail-. I
of to three days will be : F. I. Derby the Alabama man'who Tallahassee Fla. at the Osceola Hardware store Twelve.; )
"Stops one Continued Page
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LOCAL MEN TO ATTEND arranged at such places as the people will bring one or two carload ot high- I Pear Sir-Repllne to your favor on the day previous so that the calling '
stock be sold at t) is
to be made
automobiles
of the
grade salmis list can "
show a desire to welcome homeseek-: of April 16, | beg to that I received .
'"lhe I say : : .
Busy with his work in advertising by.him. , ,
OPTOMETRIST SESSION (Continued on Page Eleven.) i sale among the cattle,-buyer. and is I a<'cattle copy of from the changed Mr.-' Bryan'bill ,concerning and., up, The'men wholhave'rolunteered to SHIPPING FISH NOW k: ,

: sending-,out between 20,000 and.30,000 1 help.with the -work are requested to ,
,hay written him that, in opinion'
.. -" my ,
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circulars them > for at 7 o'clock
among > - bill report duty or a. soon
the Is and unwise.As .
I : I.has been definitely decided to boldthe : unnecessary?, thereafter ... andto bring ,
possible
EVERYIODBEMMBR INCARLOADJUANTITY
I is ,
: view it ,
f Sta; tc ;Optometry' socUtyrmeets sale afthe baseball park The to fundamentallywrong create a'live stock along their own tools' ;Seven. or eight ?_,
and'13 purpose.le ,
in Lakeland '
on MaY'IZ' auctioneering will be in the .ithe "* ' teams have'been.promised to' aid in ,
t '!wo-local 1I)6nwill; ; be*in ,attendance. 'AND ON TIME CoL'Fred ;Reppert"* who- is'.* I 'J Continued.. on' page -,,O) hauling H. R. May'bas agreed to 'Fish' ar-how t 'being shipped "from; "
PRESENT .
-. They are.R.'E.'Col and H. ;.W. Grady. throughout the country as an auctioneer. - furnish the lumber for a lunch table Kissimmee to Kansas City by.the Ltv.ington.Tyson
"Mr. Cole -is ,of the state examining In .,.carload ilots.
secretary The sale will begin promptly at for the use of the ladies and workers. company
board and Mr. Grady is secretary The shipment of fish In c :+
1 o'clock following the barbecue at CAMPBELL STATION W. H. Jones manager of the Kis first
J'fr: of the.state society.' Somebody, some time of -other said noon. simmee Ice company has offered to large quantities such as this was" made-" '
1 flhe 'examiners will meet on May that women were never "on time." There will be sold on.this occasion furnish the Ice needed; Water A Car. by this company 'Tue day.-< .
12 .examine applicants"to prietlee4Iptometz'y That somebody should have been present Between 160 and 300 head of Florida son will 'furnish sugar; O. M. Taylor They'have; been shipping fish regu-' t
in the state. The president Monday ht at a meeting of the range cattle. Besides these Mr. Der- WOMAN SHOOTS SELF and C. W. Griffin the coffee and R- larly smaller quantitl.. to the same I
of this board is JU E. Lough, of recently organized lodge of Royal by will bring between fifty and 100 S. Floyd the cream market by,express.jut larger qaantltl .
TampaThe society properly will Neighbors, composed entirely of the head of high-bred stock from his stock It 'is the plan of Mr. Woodall and ties are now coming in from down the''
hold its session on May 13. L. C. fair sex.Every. farm in Alabama. In the lot he will MRS. C. H. STRICKLAND FIRES the others who have volunteered their river point! and the carload shipments,f.;

Hull of Lakeland, is president of thesociety. member of the lodge was bring will be both high-grade bulls TWO BULLETS INTO BREAST services to givp the entire cemetery acleaning by fut/freights have become _.necessary. -j" ..
There are about fifty members -, present and on time. The meeting and heifers and some registered stock. BUT RECOVERS FROM INJURY. up to put it in good shape for ."v'"
of the society. >egan exactly on the minute announced The Florida cattle for the sale have the summer. Those who have not yet That this is a big enterprise for a
and the business was dispatchedwith been pledged by the Carson .Cattle IIAD TO RELOAD GUN AFTER been seen by .Mr. Woodall .re askedto Kissimmee la proven when it is known ,.

GOODM"iNBUY the precision of a directors''' (Continued on Page Twelve.) FIRST SHOT. see him and signify their willing.. that a carload of fish amounts to bfrtween .It'\'.
HALL AND meteing of some big corporation. Sev- ness to help and to tell him Just what 14,000 and 16,000 pounds:sThU ".".
.
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eral new members were initiated. Mrs. Despite an attempt to end her own they are' willing to do toward the company will continue to ship In:eat-o.-r' *t ...
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Anna M. Blass, supervising deputy, life with two bullet fired into her "clean-up" campaign. load lots from now on. ( - :
OUT JOSEPH was present and helped with the work. TAMPA SPECIAL IS breast last Saturday Mrs. C. H. '

The meeting was held at the Chapter Strickland of Campbell's Station has SERVICES :
House, where all of the meetings recovered and will live according to BARCLAY TO BUILD MEMORIAL ,,

_jfe, H. Hall of Fort McCoy: Marion to date have been held. It was found, TAKEN OFF BY A.C.L physicians who attended her. Y .b. .v,r.9
county and Marvin Goodman of this that the quarters here were Mrs. Strickland was in her own :\
city, have purchased the fruit store too email I and the lodge has made arrangements home at the time of,the shooting and 9ROOrBUNGALOJ. TO BE HELD MONDAY ft,
of A. Joseph and will continue to con to hold its! future meetIngs Beginning with> Sunday"the >'Tampa the only known cause that could be : 1
''ifl
duct it in the Butler building on in Thurman's Hall. Special: ," both north and southbound assigned for her action was a fit of A. Barclay will soon begin the Confederate. memorial .ervlce.wLIl ; '
melancholia ""-
to which
will be discontinued by. the Atlantic despondency.or '
.Broadway. "
arranging to Coast Line. These trains'have'been she, was subject. Her husband wasaway erection of a nine-room bungalow on be held at the Methodist church on''r. "
are .
The new owners : .
7t30 o'clock. The -.t
of Beau at .
JOHN his at the comer evening
IS Monday
REAL DOE property
from home at the time of the
market and goodsstore scheduled in Kissinunee northbound at
put in a meat green mont avenue and Bryan street. Mr.Barclay public is cordially Invited' to attend. o/I': ,
will handle fine Florida and 2:43 and southbound at 1:58- shooting, being employed near Okee- / !
and ,
In'addition to all kind Speaking of,the ,change,.the Tampa chobee but her, three small children has just sold his property on All members of the U. D. G.- re asked fto 'J '
i western meats < *, /
in the chorus.)
LIVING G ; " Vernon street to L. E. Overstreet, attend and.take part :J
of fruits vegetables and produce. They ''tAR CITYDid Tribune sayer"Tampa : were with her. .She wrote note before will be as .follower ,
who will occupy it next season. The program r
which addressed
expect to open up the.meat market# on. Special a 'fast through shooting herself was Mr. Barclay is a firm believer in the Chorus- America) Invocation,'.,D... *:
Saturday. train operated bythe,Atlantic CoastLine Jto Mrs. E. E. Brown a neiqhbor Roberson "' 'r' '. :.''t
Leona ,
of Kissimme and Is willingto Holt solo Miss : ;
future
v between Tampa and Jacksonville, in which she gave minute Instructions ; ..
>' you ever go to business-school will be withdrawn Sunday, was the. about how she should be invest in property here as a safe chorus, Florida?-sole.. M..PaulW.'f;

.MiGHINJYiOMAN; Did you ever study law. or practice announcement made by J. G. Kirk. burled and what.should be done with and growing investment. ver\ address benediction C.'A.RTtMr Carson; .
It! Dixie ;,
the children. She gave'no reason in .
ol landdivision 'pas.eJicer agent /.yes. ,*; 'r' ;;., *f 'F.
these *
If have done either F .
you The train'has been the note for attempting to end her spoonTh / < 't
terday. "leaving Confederate '
PROVES
heard Doe. He is FISH FRY of veterans
= you have of John graves ; ?
,-JJYS', FIVE ACRESV a famous'personage in each of them.He Tampa at at 7:30.12:45: arriving.,,-: in .Jacksonville life.Mrs.. Strickland showed a gameness will be decorated in the cemetery. during , 'r;

cured in the Accounts you keptIn the that is.seldompresent.in,thos suddenly the afternoon, by'th decoraUnffcommittee '

the announcement
to
'I which learned, According A GREAT SUCCESSBetween which 1* composed of Mrs.", :u'
the books you ,
:1 upon will afflicted with suicidal mania.
:. last Special. southbound *
"Tampa
Mrsj A. 't*''Stena1(fMvl,, of the rudiments of bookkeeping./ He Th which she used small Mrs. ,Ross Graves: and
f arrive her Frid.y*..\" o'clock and gun was a MrsDann '. .
Benton .Htrrbor."Mlcb.wbo! has spent was the defendant and plaintiff' any the last train northbound will leave 22 caliber rifle, belonging to one. of twenty-five and thirty .. .. 'I;
,.J fth past winter here with net family, number of the mock cases you triedIn here 12:46 the neighbor boy. It was maga- Fruit !
has at Saturday; member of the Osceola County . . to. .... .. 'tt
that she
well Later he the
Kinslmmee law school. man
liked
"': so was Ut sine gun but the magazine was out ofworking and Truck Grower association were : ,
Nv:80Leave "n.>
bought five acres in Liberty Park against whom you filed information : order and to fire the two shots last Saturday at the field day TRUCK'. GROWERS ABSN.. 1'0"+,
,::from.Breaker A Barclay and ,willt.speaks as a prosecuting attorney.; Train No. 80 which has been leaving I it was necessary for her to reload the and present fish fry held at the home of IL < HOLD MEETING SATURDAY,> w
this her permanent home. But in al| of these he was a llcUUouspersonage ., Tampa ,at 40:30 will beginning' r.
;
,, gun after the first shot had taken Barriers on Shingle creek.The . _. oS.! ; v J*;
.;,r? Th?ground? i*.i now. beingcleared or the name war used In Sunday, leave here at IX o'clock noon 1 effect. In telling Osesbla County.,,Truck<. M
"and.she will lOOn begin,the" erection. lieu of a better one. for a real char It will arrive' at Plant City at 12.33 When Mrs. Strickland was found experiences morningvyas and fishing.spent: At noon an and Th, Fruit' Growers'' association'" ;'*'

'alfaIne; home on the plat acter whose proper cognomen ;was un p. m.,,.nd wUl'. got 'to-Lakeland Klssimme at I wounded physicians were called and appetizing fish fry was served and .will hold a' recuJarw..tlne. In1*, : y
known. 12.63will: arrive'at at immediately gave attention to her Juet1ce to the dishes 4 the Kisshnmee cltr'council''*'
.P'O. !. ', ; Now however has t onia to'Flor- 2:13: p. m., at' Orlando at 2:43 at San.' wounds. It i. now stated that she is set the m JrroweI'II.did front of them- . chamber th*. ':.usualmeeting:* ++
v WLATfERFORECL8Txe ida in real life.' ford at 3:26 and Jacksonville at 7:30.. on the road to recovery arid will live. Demonstration Agent morning,'be-r*
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H. R. May who presides over p.-in. ; '
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'; 'J Wedneday destinies of the May company five minute slower than the one maintained the'shootingrushed to her aide from Anumber'ofhnportanttmatl*.
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b'O Peer We.k'B.gi.r'g ;; Lumber' '. ', county canning club agent, were prosant ,0 t .
.*'April 20 191VIssuedhy.U- O' 'and who IsMayor" also Lord by the "Tampa SpeciaL'fFalling ; Okeecbobee in, an.. autolnot>U..and;; is and.mad. talk to the association *.w.'wUl com*,,.up fer consider *; + k'.
Waafclagtosu,* of Kissimmee, is authority fpr off in local'trey.ldue to the witfr her cow.! .; ', .,.. '[ is-desired that *_
!<;.'Weath"C' Bureau < .sold general .. / ,' %, _" members. -In, the afternoon the party Ovation and it aa s
F;> Forr feenth "'Atlaatleeiaad', East* the statement j that. his firm a 'theoreasone ignedtb '; :'I tKENANSYILLE"HAB' "Visited' truck; farms ,and*grove ,in *.many of the members b* present. ; a
r ', *.' -L "* Calf Statear ., r.f,;; .* bill of goodeto-John, Do.this.weekend railroads I. .'".. ,FIRE. that section.They had'look at the a* can possibly! attend. :. ;*''. r p
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.,-;''Except! for locali shower-) this-'citisen.John Doe who to has a real live, progressive fart the Ceast"train.'Lin*" f.withdrawing''. ;the> <3'; It Osteen.. Kenansville; washi new crop of lentils and Spanish pea .>., ,Th 'associatio foritsmemabers''*'
Gulf, .t".1 : lately come < .. out there and do much :*: I'
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beginninB ; thc city this week/making purchases
will one of to:Florida .from Illinois and has settled K; r.WUsoe'ofFn: .themto b growing >ta. good S.'and-tb. leader want'very m...,.' .J
,,"the i week be ; -acrosa' the lake.', ,The ,fact that and Mn.Ja's, )<, ; of.supplies,as tha,result wt and > .
'. efalt* .. with.. tos 1MIratune: ba.:iwught'.1,'rather,extended bill',of Meade.' who ,have been visiting" retaUT.'atShingle fir which ,destroyed ,the .two-story psi. ,Th tomato and bean' crop* I "ho ,has become'' 1Dembez'to.. k'...'
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By CIiAUDK . JOHNHON I
Gazette. Jacksonville.-Mrs. Susan Carter supreme court. Ryalls l is only twentytwo .
of the Valley
1 I v Special> flepre.entaIve died here at an age of 100 years. years of age.Pensacola.j :

The tennis courts are being builtat Miss Agnes EUen Harris of tbe .
Tallahassee, Fla., April 22.-The mills during the next year to cover Hastings-Within the past few days ...-The third largest sale the club house of the Kissimmee faculty of the. Florida State College .. I
. fight inaugurated by the prohibitionists I the item. After the elimination of the the potato harvest in the Hastings of .naval stores in the United. States Golf club. Two of these will be clay for Women-, at'Tallahassee, and state
by the introduction of the drastic three sections' opposed by Mr. Dancy district took on a flourishing! aspect, this season o'clock was recorded here when, courts while the third will be of grass agent for canning clubs, delivered an .
(I Davis regulation bill, after the losing I the county commissioners are left to though as yet it is not nearly in full on the 4 call at the naval stores The work was authorized at a meet instructive and entertaining: lecture at
fight on the statewide amendment has finance their respective counties along blast. During the past week a shipment board, 16,580 Barrels were posted as ing of the board of directors of the the high school auditorium on Mon- .
,- been further augmented by the introduction the budget system each yesr. of about twenty car. per day has I sold" The sale was on an advancingmarket club held at the club house last Friday day night. .
in the house of a 1 bill by If the law passes in its amended I been made out of this entire potato and at a higher range of prices night.. Miss Harris had as her .ubject-
Representative Bryan, of O"eeola] form it will I lx unlawful] for any boardof district The commission men are than have prevailed in twelve months! Later another improvement will be "Domestic Science, or Home Eco-
c commissioners to expend I very much in evidence and are busy The sale covered a wide range of made by the club the of "
county to eliminate the clubs] nuWoperating county I in way a nomics. She had as her audience a
,. coOt met for I the expenditure of from early mortiing' till night Competition grades and was made by two factor- swimming The for the
; in dry counties Under I this "ii : pool. clay large number of the parents of the
t / measure, if enacted, it will make' it "limn thun '*r> per cent of the estiin.ite -I is keen and the growers, gi,n-. age concerns to a__group of buyers. court is being taken off the groundsof city interested in the proposition to
I use lie between October 1 and erally speaking, are peeping( from behind the club and the excavation made
unlawful for any club in a countv ii ... Tampa.-The Florida Growers' and have domestic science added to the ,
Toted dry to have any inloxi i<'al'"J' ir :*-"p'| t niliei :t SO() of soy >'.ear a .ml] I Shippers' league's annual meeting was will provide a spot for the swimming curriculum of the schools, a proposition

./ liquors to serve' to members to sell.. 'I'stricken sections, two three and l'enRacola.Tb plant of the A. E. I, held as a part of the convention of pool. The club has a fine flowing well j which has long been the idea of
I or give away to quests or otheiwise, fOil', J provided I I thaI the I boards of comnnssioneis Turner company where spirits of turpentine -I the Florida Horticultural society The( I and when the swimming pool is Cemented Prof. R. M. Evans, the principal of
I The measure, it Is understood, is one should be authorized to was manufactured and rvhnrd election of three members of the executive can have nice fresh water at the local schools.
of the ten bills which was referied to nmke. a l levy of thiee mills or so was destroyed bv fire, entailing a loss committee resulted in Dr. J. II. all times for the bathers. Miss Harris knows her subject and
by Senator Ulitch on the day that the mm h t thereof us might be necessary of aliout 40000. I Included ill the loin Ross of Florence Villa; W. J. Krome The directors arranged for taking knows it well. She made the plan
constitutional amendment wavoted t to cieat' what would be known asthe in between thirty and forty new members to her hearers in such
t were two large tanks of' refined turpentine of Homestead and I). S. Borland of plain a straight
t down, when he told the menibei1- I "< ,iiintv unfunded d<''lit fund, fort I each tilled with that product. Port Myers being named Mr. Borland and altogether] the club gives forward heart to heart manner that
the senate that if they did nut vol t(' t tinpurpose I of wiping out the count> succeeds II. R Heitman, of Fort I promise of much new life in the next every one in attendance got a grasp
( to submit the constitutional nine nd- debt I KintiHitcd I in ,.x. ess of the reeline Jacksonville The newly elected officers Myers, resigned I I I few months. I I upon her arguments.
ment that there was a bite bunib of 1 hose4 opposing{ the* measurecontended of the Florida, Christian Endeavor -'
other bills ready to be presented' to that many I boards of counts , Union are as follows: f'nsident Green Cove Springs.-An alligator - -- - -- -- - -- - -- ..

provide regulations At the l present < icimmissioiMM's throughout the Duncan) H. Curry, of Jacksonville; measuring twelve feet, was killed by : I' J
TV time, it is doubtful if the Daviv) 1 bill state have issued warrants which lire vice president Rev. George H Wul Rudy Schultz last week. It was skin-
will pass the senate, although at the I insalid and which should not be paid dron, of West Tampa; secretary Miss. ned and the hide was taken to New O
,' time it was introduced it was thought They de<-lared that the proponed Ruth Coffin, of Johnstown; treasurer York. On being skinned a bottle of I'I'I ; Hi

the measure would pass the senate measure would unnecessarily I burden I George; A. Cavanaugh, of Tampa; I Budweiser, a tooth>brush and an old We Sell 'For Less-Cash Is '.
and be killed in the house the* taxpaveis, ior superintendent Miss Eleanor shoe were found inside I oooooooo.i
\44 -- I While, Mr. Dancy brought himsllf I Icy, of West Palm Beach; Quiet \jun-I I I oo..oo.ooo.o
t, Bills proposing to ,.ilace a value on into promincnoe* in the house in his superintendent., Miss Ruth _+.++_+++ _
all franchises of public utility companies i successful I fight on the bill. many 'Tampa; Tenth legion >
I j and common carriers have been boards of eounty commissioners are 'I Miss Edna Whitney, Muperintend"nt'l I ; .:. UNION CENT En. <' I
presented in both houses this week I wondering what course I they shall Christian citieznship, superintendent, 'C. *
and the house has already had reported -: pursue to overcome the1 outstanding I Ri'v E. W. Way, of Jacksonville; !I -><--H---"O--: : ++' + I Free ShoesFOR
') for favorable action a measure I eJebts of their counties. I secretary of press<, :Sunshine; and
Mr. and Mrs. Spreng and Mr. and
that would tax the franchise of every
:; troduction. Miss Grace; lownsend in-I I
Mrs Wetherbee with
.i public utility whether owned by an What J promises. to create some interest 1 nl..rla.hen. M rs (Cohoon spent Friday I I "
individual, partnership or corporation. at the present session of I the
i; This will affect every ice plant, waterworks -1 Taft. It is learned from a reliable Mr. Dillion, wife and daughter and
lull that has been -
legislature 'in a pn'purcd '
Dr) and Mrs Funk left for their homein
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;, gas plant electric plant. by Senator Wells of I Leon county source that there arc good prospectsof .
railway or railroad in the state, and a factory for manufacturing granite Ohio Saturday I
title
and has for its the hlKh- BABIES
t. the franchise tax will be additional to sounding name "A Bill to Regulate work, blocks .etc., to be started Nellie and Gladys Barber were the I
the property tax now provided! for. I Trade" here soon, as parties are investigating{, guests of Nettie Haye Sunday. s
: In the senate Tuesday Peter O. I Senator Wells says the bill, will and with the good shipping facilities Nellie Wetherb'e |is ill with la I .
:* Knight of Tampa appeared before prohibit unfair commercial discrimination this point looks very favorable to grippe this week.
the committee finance and taxation them. A Mrs. Lawson, Blanche Lawson and
on between different, sections of canning factory project is
and delivered a strong protestto a' being agitated quite lively with food l>uth Harvey visited Mr. and Mrs. I
communities (
th. state or towns, or
with and until
bill\ that had been introduced by Sen- unfair commercial competition between prospects of one being established l.orgnecker Sunday afternoon. I Beginning today continuing
of Duval to tax the fran- here Edna Harvey went to St. Cloud
fvft ator chises Farris of railroads ,and street rail- provides any penalties sections] therefor of the state, and ----- Saturday to visit with the Eaton family i I further notice, we will give a pair of

4A ways. After hearing the arguments Daytona.The Grand Commanderyof She returned Sunday night with
and listening to the law quoted action the Knights Templar] of Florida, Lloyd Harvey and Dick Lawson. : "Babies First Shoes" to every
was deferred for several days FIRE CHIEF FAIRMAN which held its twenty-eighth conclaveat If Ben and Billie were not such confirmed -
Daytona selected Orlando for next bachelors we might state that : baby born in Kissimmee
IL The Tampa commission charter bill year's conclave. The meeting will beheld they have the appearance of being
will not likely become a law at this in Orlando the second week in somewhat "hen-pecked." An agent
session of the legislature. because of SEEKS LOWER RATES February, 1916. Miami and St. Au- with a "majfic hair restorer" wouldno
the opposition of Representative Wilder gustine were aspirants, but Orlando doubt find it profitable to visit this

'. of Plant City, and Senator Himes outdistanced her competitors and won community. How to Get Baby Shoes'o ?
:i of Tampa. Although Representative HEAD OF LOCAL FIRE DEPARTMENT easily. Rt Em. Com W. R O'Neal, Little Elvin Mey- rs. who has been
Martin of Tampa, has made a strong WRITES FOR INFORMATION of Orlando was elected grand commander seriously ill with lagrippe, is able Ho II ,
fight, the opposition of the other mem- for the ensuing year succeeding he about again. .It
FROM JACKSONVILLE.
.It" ber of the Hillsborough delegation and Galen] B Seaman. of Daytona Lonnie Hughey and Aaron Story' Absolutely Without Cost !
the senator that represents Hillsbor VALLEY GAZETTE; MAN TAKES went to St. Cloud Saturday night to (.
\ ough and Pinellas county, will overcome FAST RIDE ON ENGINE SEAT. Key West.-Driven to desperationby attend the dance.
,. all that Mr. Martin may do. -- - melancholia, Mrs Pilar Espinola Mr. and Mrs. A. I D Story called at
The only chance that the bill has of Last night opportunity Alfonso] a resident of this city for the Lawson and Harvey homes Sun- -
r"" being enacted at this session is to have afforded Monday representative an of the I several years, committed suicide by day afternoon. .
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4j a referendum clause added and this Gazette was to view a the work of our volunteer lumping into a cistern at her home Mr. and Mrs John Geerdes visitedat Mothers must report birth to our store in person .
Mr. Martin will not agree to. The here.. She had been in ill health for the G. B Lawson home Sunday
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; ii fire at close The
brigade ranire I some time, and it is supposed that the I within two mouths after Jmby jsborn. '
charter in question i is the same as was boys m..t in their rooms in the Kritz afternoon _
election held fear of never Tegftlnlng\ her health and we..kthat
; voted down at a charter C. M. Smith received word last
i7Je block, but owing to the absence of the
in Tampa some time ago. Mr. Mar- secretary and treasurer who was inGaineRvlllt' of b..ingIh... rest of her life a burden his brother is seriously] ill at his I That is the only requirement we make. "

'. tin claims that Ybor City .voters were business was entered upon her family caused her to commIt home in Vancouver, Wash. i o
no
,- responsible for the defeat of thismeasure into, consequently an early start on the rash act. Aaron Story was the guest of Lon- Just come in and tell us about the
Si and that sentiment has so -- -- nie Hughey Sunday at dinner.
th.=. fire drill was obtained .
St. Pt'IerHhurJe.The Sholl hotel of
changed that the measure would now One fact was noticed in particular little one and we will present :;,
4' fifty closed for the .
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be carried by a vote of the people. : rooms season, was In Persia girls are often married to
A new recru s as on hand request badly damaged by fire of unknown
J their cousins to keep the family prop- you with his very first
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admltt into the but .
brigade
ing origin. The fire had been in
The latest development in the question progressfor erty intact..
of whether the senate will confirm the ranks appeared to be filled up and a long time when discovered by a little boots.
. the suspension by the governor the matter was laid by pending the little boy. The fire started in a closeton Colorado will\ probably have a woman ;
., of the sheriffs of HilIsborough and return; of the secretary. This shows the first floor Upper rooms were juvenile court judge
that the brigade is kept to its full .. 'i
i, Palm Beach countitr-me Tuesday up badly damaged by smoke. The fire ,
'..'., I when the senate appointed a committee strength. loss is estimated "t $3,500. The lossis Wisconsin stores and factories'- -
L4' Under the direction of Chief Fair- covered by insurance. ploy nearly 60,00 women.ECRAYsTONE.
of five .to investigate the powers
-7, duties of the senate on the man, the powerful fire engine was .
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tion. It is generally believed' here out repre- Fort Pierce.-Fire here partially destroyed oooooooiooooo.OOOOOOO" The Family Shoe StoreJ.
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!sentativ was invited to take his placein
action the plant of St. Lucie Ice
that the senate will take no until company .
the chief's seat, an honor which was
the last day of the session, thereby and burned two empty Florida
eagerly accepted, as it seemed to be r
$ I making it necessary for the governor East Coast railway freight cars involving -
the safest place on the machine. How- damages estimated at In the Dann
to appoint a successor to Mr. Spencer $20- W. Harris, Mgr. Building
in the hands
ver, experienced of 000, with insurance the
and Mr. Baker on May 11, only to covering
have to suspend or reinstate the of- Jimmy Buckles noVeal danger can be greater part of this amount. The '
ficers when the senate finally adjournsin annrehended on one of these trips I blaze originated in a pile of rubbish' 1
June- although at the rate of one hundredand near the building. ; ; L .. TRURIIU, Pr.,. I. D, rOITH Up.i --- . -- -- -- if.
twenty-three miles an hour at ----- I .oH0 000 00'.0 0..0 H-O-tH ..00000000...++.+....+.+.+..4P.+H-go
Senator Donegan's bill to to provide which the auto seemed to be traveling Ocala.-Frank B. Turner sold his ,p
A ,' for separate acknowledgements it would appear as if something would 1,200 acre Magnolia stock farm, four' i ; Open Year RoundC.W.GR1FF1N t I

for married women, eliminating certain break but nothing happened either to miles southwest of Ocala, to John A,
S,5 objectionable phrases necessary diminish the speed of the engine or Manly] of Chicago This is one of the'
: j now to transfer property of a mar- to throw the trembling representative largest real estate deals made in Madison I I Build or Repair NOW !
ried woman, was killed Friday in the out of his seat I county in some months This is
the house Practice was carried out on Clyde
1. senate. The twin bill in one of the old ante-bellum farms con-
, s avenue and hose was laid and water
is still on the calendar. taming very fine mixed hickory and
turned on in the surprising time of oak lands with some high pine lands. .
Senator Bryan Tuesday afternoon ]less than one minute. Another test About 300 acres are in cultivation.
.''l. appeared before the house committeeon was made a little further on and an The large colonial residence was builtin

privileges and elections for the purpose empty wooden house received a full I 1851, but is still in a fine state of For DaysWe
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t of discussing several slight stream from the nozzle. This was accomplished preservation. Staple) FancyGROCERIES 3,0

t : amendments to the bill bearing his in ]less than one minute, .
the 1913 session oft after which the machinew as taken to '
L name passed by Bartow.-Horace Ryalls, on trial for
the assembly. The committee, though I the hose tower and dry hose was packed killing James Platt, near Winter Haven Are Offering
the senator has not prepared his into it while the wet hose was last June, was found guilty of
i amendments, appeared to look with hoisted into the tower to dry. which carries
manslaughter, with it a fOR CASH
z favor on his suggestions and when Chief Fairman who has had seven- maximum sentence of twenty
they are presented it is expected that teen years of experience of fire fighting Sentence has not yet been imposedand years. Free Delivery to all Parts

they will receive a favorable report. I in Atlanta, has introduced a number it is thought that a new trial will I
11 Among other amendments which of beneficial changes into the local be asked for In the event of refusalan of fbe City Lumber Laths and
Shingles Shop j
Senator Bryan will offer will be one 'I fire department and at the same timeit appeal will be made to the state Ie
which will enable voters throughout was apparent that he has injectednew .
I the several counties to mail to the life into the personnel of the ----- WorkAt
their intention to The work is done
registration officers and brigade. and silently .............oo..o..oooo..ooo..ooo..o..OOOOOO.Just .
qualify. quickly every man appears to
put his whole heart into his efforts the lowest price ever offered before in your city
That the state of Florida can save The representative was informed by
4 annually several I thousand dollars by the chief that in a few days he would ReceivedNew
t : conducting an insurance department T receive information from Jacksonville I Rough Framing $13.50

for the state's own property instead showing how the insurance rates can
# of paying the enormous annual premiums be lowered in this city by the employ- Dressed 14.50
% New Line of Framing -
ii as is now the custom, is the ment of two men by the city, one of
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opinion of Representative Goldstein, whom can always be with the engine -'--

.. of Nassau county.: _ If this can be accomplished it will CoquellsAutogoggles Flooring Ceiling and Siding 14.50Let !
II According to Mr. Goldstein the state I mean a great saving for the property :: ,
- can save approximately $65,000 annually owners of Kmsimmee and well worth rr.5

4i )I over the losses that have been the consideration of the council.As and ; ;
paid to the state by insurance com a matter of fact, although it can
panies. The state now pays $104- not affect the spirit and the work of us have your bill, we will surprise you. If you

., ( 316.89 premiums and the looses durIing 'the brigade not enough encourage Kilglare want material we manufacture from the and f
. the period for which these premiums -:: ment and interest is taken in their -7. stump,

were paid was $64,477.55. leav- work. Hardly any of the represents can save you money, We GUARANTEE grade and ,
ing a surplus to the insurance companies tive business men and property' own I Motor GogglesWe
of $34,384.34. ers of the city ever attend their practices workmanship to be up to the STANDARD. I

At the same time if a serious
-, When Representative Dancy of Du- fire should occur the brigade will be

ii val, today succeeded bill in lopping in the off expected to do its work as if it had have Every: thing in the Optical LineLet -
4. three section. of a pending \been systematically pushed and help
-.'. house to give the various county commissioners ed since the day of its inception.

;4r 'warrants bearing the' right interest to in issue to take time up of Property would be gladly owners; welcomed and business at the meetings men{ Us Show You Yellow Pine Lumber Co. j

.outstanding indebtedness excess of the brigade, where matte:
the revenues, he practically killed a could be discussed of interest to tle

vt '.;_. ',.'ler's bill that office emanated to. remedy from the the dtfldt comptrol-of the- general public.In II COLE JEWELRY COMPANY PHONE 195 KISSIMMEE FLORIDA (.

\ .counties in,the state . the Falkland islands there e

I 't .>..- ..The providedtbatdSUnb4Ibit? 41 T-,men to. every wqroan!, .. .. / . : PROMPTNESS OUR WATCHWORD
5edneaa Incurred excess of the reve- 26 Broadway ,.. H. E. Cole Huager : '

"".. .bould be covered by time war- ,The Woman Suffrage party ... ew ... .

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Proceedings of the W. C. Ore" Co .mule (**d i__,\l-l 'I- '
W. *TC.vQro froo. to ?"/ a;..12*..: ,GIVEINSTRVCflOH lowing this extended study which cov '
Will Wliliante'wTl.\ t. su-ew 't..._; _, .3.01 '(Continued from Pace One.)" ered several year, thai. chemist wet. '
I I HOW TO JUDGE POTATOES Nathan Porter. Witness ,.to Po... ..eo d ;. placed la charge of the .......... caD-
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,1 County Commissioners! H. B. Ma:)'.. wttn... to p.'i-,; '_>_ .00 of tiiday'and in all s.a1'bundrd: ning, dab'work and are .BOW' ........ 1
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Bob Young 'wltn... to p. ..' ...... zoo person took advantage of the demonstrations about th. country lending aid to the, 1'

J IMPORTANT: TO KNOW'YARIEFY YOU* IqANT.'i r Bd Henry Austin: Uauldon.witness wItness to. p.to a.Po._?..', 1..0 both morning and afternoon. regular canning dub workers.., Hhi' ,

KlMlmrae ::n... April I f. Uti.o L. }l. Ingrain feed of prisoners. 155.50will Aided by MIss Carson Miss Ilarri talks and demonstrations proved. vsey' ,
:'i;,; "vIV .... G 0.000 ...too"o oo"oo. .00'0000. . . .34++4...0.. .. The' board of' county eommtaaloner Benjiett wlt.e.. Ii. .L.riii ., 1.00 devoted most of her. time.in.explaining interesting and Instructive -', -'

\ ,WahIngton. D. C-"To what family scales and tip. er..mi white. Section ,on In and the tqr above Oaoeola.countr data there: \'Florida met I.B. ZS.IS.!Joberon Kvsns. farm med dent to Jail asrent.prig*, "St f OO.80 the details of proper canning of On Tuesday the demonstrator went'

I do' your pottoe* belong Th. 2-Base usually white, occasionally I.. Lesley chairman, ) R.eng V. presentH3. Lanler' Jno. Dftyl*.,care'I 'paupers Mch. If.00 fruits and vegetable., Equipped witha to St. Cloud, where similar demonstrs..

7 farmer who desires to know may- obtain tinged with magenta; leaf scales and A..F. Bus. TounvTlBdall.. W. F. W4I.ker. Buck B*.., wit. 00. judge. ...._-. i.OO I-00 farm cannIng outfit she snowed those tlons were given from 2to.6.p., m. 4

some'' enlightment from a new tips tinged with lilac to magenta. commissioners" and JT, I*' Over llr: r.Va"l'I' ';. ,Co.Gazette Judge. tax. who watched her the ease with which On Wednesday they journeyed ,to' ,
street, clerk
i bulletin of the United State. department Flowers-White. The minutes of tlie- last meeting1. of blank. and legal: notice '?__,., .'1'' the work of canning an be done when ,Whittier and there the demonstration a

I 'of agriculture entitled "Group: Group 9--R rtl. the board were read and.approved. Ira OKleaby, wit. co. judge __.. 1.05Itoy once It Is mastered.,. . lasted. from 10 av im, to 4 p..m. : .
Bronaon wit. .. 1 OO
)' Classification and Varietal Descriptions Tuber*-Broadly round-flattened to I-fruit A committee* from tke' O.oool Co John'Hay,'wit., oo. Judge eo judge---._... Lie Dr. Straughn r demonstrated tb.makine The canning club work has shown a'

,"', *of Some American Potatoes." short, oblong, or distinctly oblong- coneltlnr. Truck of Me.drawers'.r.. H. C.association Stanford., John. Goodman, wit. co. judce .- T.SO of marmalade from bitter. big growth ,in Osoeola county, under: i I
-
and flattened skin Tat Sullivan wit. oo, Judge _.. S.to sweet and made the; capable direction of Miss Anne
I. white.
I This professional paper deals ; creamy J. M. Lee and BJ O. Vane A mew came Amos Qarl. witness Judge ._ t to oranges actually upa
'f iq detail.with each, potato family con; Sprouts-Base dull white; leaf J before the board and asked them to Robert BUBS feed -.co.. is.n sample of the product as one' of Carson and the ref.N now that thereare I
retain B. B. Evans, the farm demonstration J. H Walker haul --ji ii4 the the over seventy gardens being kept -
., sidered. The bulletin says: scales and tips violet-purple to pansy for the two month. In 1000U features of day. ,
the violet. agent R. Farmer rep. bridge N. lies tl(0 Dr.' who Is and tended by canning dub'girls." .
"A more Intimate knowledge of I the year that wan not provided for In J. I* Hartcrav groceries ___... ',10 Straughn, an expert '
'; potato I. much to be desired, not only I Flower*--Central portion of.corolla the agreement b.tween the board and E; I. 1Ao.'ey.' ear fare and med.to chemist, has made a careful study of All of the girl of the canning club,

\ \ by scientists, but by the farmer. who I It deep violet, with the purple growing; the of government CD month.department, at a salary county pauper ------------ 21.00 fruit products and was able to tell and the ladies who attended the de- '. '
I per J. I). Chunn, med. *rv. to co _. tl.50 monstratlon '
toward the those who attended the are busily engaged in
grow them. If the latter can recognize lighter outer portion; five Q B Woodall then appeared before .1. D: Chunn. ea b'dy H. Hamilton 10.00 demonstration ,
j\\.: old varletie. under new name., points of corolla white. the board and etated that It w... his Elliott Fisher Co., part paymenton 'lust; how the marmalades and jelliescan preparing 'various fruit delicacies' toe

'; he Will not be deceived by the present Group 10Pearl.TubersRoundflattened. opinion that the county did not needa book machine co. ______ 111.It be made by various methods. 4i exhibited at the first Fair Day display ' -,. ,
"i demonstration airrnt and that he was T M. Murphy rot I). B. Brown 4.tt to be held here 81 at 'j
who heart- Dr. while on May
to that
of seedsmen Straugrhn explained
i'I. practice some manufacture not the only one that was opposed to f_ H Inirram cost n B. Brown 14.IT
.; new varieties from old ones." shape, usually heavily shouldered; the plan J. Ti. Don fit" *n. bridge ever CrabGrass making Investigations for the department which time prizes will be given. for. .the.

I.; The bulletin does not claim to present skin a dull w)1itei dull russet or brown- 1'1Sn.}; ' of: Commissioner Young reek __n_____________ 10000 of agriculture under the pure best product. exhibited.
seconded by H. V L.nnler and W 1. Barber frt on book t. w. I .l
of all ish white in section 1 bluish food law it that
classification or a deep was ascertained
:; a completed .carried It WAN greed that the board Minn Km ma KIchRrdv, nurse c. p (T.60 a I,
,/ American potatoes but endeavors to purple in section 2.SproutsSection. would retain Mr. Evans as per request state Hank of KlMtmmve., Int chemical analysis would not show just Coal export from South Wale for;
'"L offer a list that may prove a starting 1-Base, leaf scale of the committ'e. on loan war. No., 4811 and how pure various fruit articles in the
1914 show decrease of .
H W. "hltrtrlil. came b< fore the board 4)117 one month 41.tt a nearly seven
,J" point upon which to enlarge later on. and tips! usually faintly tinged with Hn.I pri'stnttd I'tt'rs of rwpommi'ncliitlon ])tn Illtks mid Hyatt.h.n autop.y canned state were and it was necessary million ton a* compared with they :

if The bulletin gives the following I lilac. Section 2-Base, leaf scales and I of hts work I Irt tree ting foot rot Ixtdy W K. Tl>ayr ------- {0,00Kla for the chemists to make a study previous t .
"clasRit cat.ion key" briefly describing tips. vinous mauve. whichro. r'ad In open hoard anil nh.d M<.tal Products Co;,, payton of the .-manufacturing process As a year. ,
'I w II )h 1h< iror, ILiiKH of the J..r.l l thecl cul\ortii __ 19600
FlowersWhite. | -e ( ; nUnnn I lI
each of eleven groups ,.rk wns (null noted later to nol ir" Mr H lit \\'. It I>r<.wCo.. record book result he and several other chemists Pile* Cured In 6 to 14 Day >
Group 1Cobbler.TubersRoundish Group 11P..achhlow.TubersRound I Vhltflt l l t hat the tn-i's ould t>c lr<.nIM (- anil blanks no ofTlcpr __n__ 30.05h.uu went into the factories where these .
.. ; kin creamy to round-flattened <..1! I Itru-m d"-iin',(miration iiirnt ( 1) Hinnnril A Co.. letter products are put up and watched the Year dratflit will ntumd. Ma**? U PASO
and John I>u\'la.! t lu' pool farm .8iiniln-| In'n<'lH anti t\i ewrlter paper _. 4p 36 I OINTMENT talll to caN say c... .. Itcklm*.
white or round-oblong; skin creamy white.splashed ti nil' lit processes In fact they even made Blind.BlMdtB or_I..HM!.ate 14..,*.'

Sprouts Base, leaf scales, and tips with crimson or solid pink; \ (. S A<.I.C,' C t'I'"lt 1'.1] before the 1 lionnlanil ] ulilairantH. .were ordered canceled the articleS themselves to become Tb. appl..tJoa. give. Ease sad. --. 1OtJ.)
slightly 01 ciiKtinctlv! tinned with reddish eyes usually In'ijrht 'arminp. Include sift il thai. I th it' fl nfl Horn' nilHn I fioni I th itlouii fuiuln av followali

\iokt' or rnnjrentn. In many cases some f'ul'ly-muturinrr varieties ''ii'ii l''i'' tn n.,lin I a ill ii.,ill I tin' .I..hl I of \\ "y < in nil. I-. ttturnt - -__ f 844 78ICiHirt -- 4
of (III.' I I..Hunt Hill mini ,,,,,! anliiilt fiinil' ,
.
; I 1 814 I 77 +. -....-
the color is absent Sprouts-Hase. leaf bodies] and tips. h
-
I IK. in I li> IIIIM- it milM I towns-Iirht| rose purple; under more or I less uffused. with reddish, 1 (,III,, Kll<..n iciltlit 1 le H.'Hlii! I. 1C I'lir- I'ulilli) ..Ity fun.I . 399 US
intense hout lie, almost! white. viol.t.Flnpr1'ule.. hue 1 10, ,IIK. I p' en, ,". Matiil that' lit. WItSIIIS' .
maY .., 1'1") tux. oil. limn I 1I..nM'| r.'porttuituW'ti A
'' II.ISilIg siulul l l roiul k"l. and 1 I
II
Group Triumph.. 1 \\ ..,ul ii l )h.i\ .. I tli,' Kiirnia, ,I'. |I th. r<>l.>lwiiiK HtiiounlM roller
Tubers Roundish, skin creamy I In di'cidinu upon the name by which >r J I li <'hiiiin rain.- I In fr.- the 1, Ii l il.-n. 1.1,. II'l. I 00))). and auto, $45,011. BONES
white, with more or le,li tore loll tux r',"|*oHII ." I
) ii 1 tin
\* follow IIIK coll "
amount
< -
,
i ill i" il I Ih. < oiintv to tin MIMI lint 1 of I
has I .
F of red or carmine, or solid Ivin mad to select thikt of the "'. ,, i.l J J.HII:
.01""t 11 ::1.1 :tIt i lu-u.il thin It \Hi liiuiidu ,
red maturing tiuly \'..inctwhich i i seem a most nearlv to I I 11 In", I IIIIIHIM.IK t r. .IHIII. I nhowiil II,
; very mil 1 M|iiiu'|' 'ml' him JIM <- '; HpI'oul8lIu"e.. leaf scabs, and tips I present; the group as a whole and I I" I Iii vi .n' III .a Nalar\ .or t2r. .tl ninl, f.l,:II,',!"\\ ini, I loalI01" B on hand A|I'llll. I I
|uihtm' Til. th ftiHt .iul I. at tin :
buflTuscd with which at the time widely
l less most
Mime is
,
more or deeply -
.'I\., ii n""I I pig. Hint I IK \\cMill uiu.i I If .. M. i,,ill! i t.ct.,tiIu' __$ 761;
.i reddish! violet ] known .n ,uI..i. I thin' \I hi'11'upon. on unit Ion lln' "Mil' Ciii i r,.Hun' __hU__ n 2,0X5 ,1.1 WE-WANT-BONES 'P
FlowersVery light rO, Croup; ;lh Early Michigan' greater detail in the bulletin us for nfi i and lariiid 1 ir .1 I 1 11 fhiiiti \\ urns H..nd: I fun.I _ hn_ 1.838 S : ,-
iinp. ]"\ii1 MM i-",iiiit\ ..h'Mklllll at Ihitun I :Stt.t| hit] pillIII, \' fund 2(1() 67
uun
1 uliertt--Oblong or elonjrate-flatten- just anew'; ,I-Il Hilin\ t,lth tin llnililHtfinillnu :s s l I' No I _ 1,50301
ed; skin white or creamy white, occasionally The Triumph group is composed ofa I thai In. riiinlNli) all nii(1l(1ni i and ,I.,. all :s :s li N. 2 -- ___nUh u __ 288 18 PraJrie Bones Bleached Bones
suffused with pink around few very early varieties. havting "i," II"lu 11.1i... \\lth whlh I tlu i ( iiunt\ :s :S l>, No 3 hnunu 465110 )
S '4 I li No ___ ______
roundish tubers i iininiiHHlotn lia\i' to do ror the 4 u 1.96155
Albino. and dwarf habit of
bud-eye cluster in Early a ,
I I COO nt 1 y I :s .i: II No fi 28 87SSI
Sprouts Hase light rose-purplish; growth. Only one member of this ThI'rk w IIH lustruui-ui to dra*' UK : : ) No.6 _u --__nhu____--_ JO.71 All Kinds off Bones -.
tips creamy white or light rose-purple. group, the Triumph can be regardedas folio" lug wananta tu-wlt 1C I.. I.,.sl '
Total ____ ___. _
considerable )It.y for niiHiunt paid for car fare and ---- ------ $14,466 81There
Flowers-White. having any commer- m. <.dlPln<.f or countpaup. ..r. 131 .J 1 li Writ to us. for prices aad skippisjf Isutractio-i
Group 4Rose.TuhersItoundish cial imnortance. (. htinn dairy first quarter as touiityphxnlclan teing no further business be- ,
fore I
the
board
oblong: to elongate ] Description-Rip..ns very early but $625(1( J 1) (hunn, exntnlnatlon was made and motion duly seconded for adjournment, whereupon
-flattened or spindle-shape flattened the yield is low. Vines dwarfed and of holy of H Hamilton, 110 1 J the hoard adjourned to meet In
H I lidlieRllli for bridge across ("rabl.rHRA
; skin flesh colored or pink. or (in fairly] compact.., not much branched. rrei k. 12(1(1(; (, mate aHnk of KIsHlninie regular session on the Ird day of Ma>

the case of the White Rose) white. Stems short, stocky dark green IntiriHt on loan A II. 1915 F I.
4S21 and;; < IU'; for .: [I.n.4f"9'9. FSMST Chairman Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. I
Sprouts-Base and internodes whiteto Leaves medium large and dark green' I I, one Atttst J I. UVKHSTREKT.) Clerk: .'
ills hicks ninl
Hyatt. autopsy body olM : ,
deep rose-lilac; leaf scales and tips Flowers] purple; or rose-lilac Tubers \v Jo" Tha>" 'r. $I4t

cream to roselilac.FlowersWhite round with blunt to obtuse ends, The loaid took a n'(', ss until 2pm THINK OF IT Manufacturer ef "-' ,
in sections 1 and slightly to distinctly shouldered. Eyes Thi' board m..t at 2 p in, all off.lei.rs

2; rose.lilac in section 3. medium in number and depth; bud- It.I I liitf i pri-iti'nt '
AM] Sii\dir before the
anpiared"
( roupEarly Ohio. eye cluster general! deeply set. Skin hoard mid ,a u,a I n nrktd: hint, 1o Chanel 80,000/ Persons. Publicly RecommendOur IDEAL, ALKIDEAL and PERUVIAN FERTILIZERS. "'

Tubers-Round, oblong or ovoid; creamy white occasionally with pink the pulllr, road w l-ru. \It ruim I throtiKh I Ift-mcdy Some Are Kis- a

skin flesh colored or light pink with eyes or splashes; { (as in White hIM land ,,110" iiton| .the hoaid! liiKlruelid I simmee People. Jacluonvilla, Fla.
tI I t-i'1-i i k to run k i HI'al' h a ml Nut If ,
numerous small raised russet dots. Triumph), with a few or many splash] I th,' tonrtv' hud on rioid a ,1,1 foiBald '
Sprouts-Base, leaf scales and tips es of crimson (as in the Quick Lunch rluht of ua\ Over one hundred thousand have "'I :

more or less deeply] suffused with car- and Noroton Beauty), or solid red, or .X It-ttt., fi.mi, I I' II H.'r""It \ of Han. r"comm'l1df'dloan's I) Kidney Pills + __ ,
KliiKt \ 11' ,1 In I bo,nil I hi Iht
\ lit
;" 1"11 For backache
lilac occasionally with kidney, ills. .
mine-lilac to violet- or magenta. splashed carmins urinary -
( ltV it hut. Mi lit rut I ii \ Hint d -
Flowers-White. (as in the Triumph). Flesh a creamy I, .tlWI\I:\ <' 1 I litiant; Haw now- on tht i; Thirty thousand signed testimonialsare U ,

Group (i-Hebron. white Sprouts have base leaf scales 4ounthaiiK and I that hln fititllwan appearing now in public print. 6,
In n,ed, of lit-lit. win"it'upon I tin' hoard Some of them
are Kissimmee .
Tubers-Elongated, somewhat \flattened and tips more or less deeply diffused inst rurt-tl CoiiimlnHiont \\' F \\'alktrto people.Some

sometimes spindle.shaped; skin with reddish violet. nt.nd them to the poor tarotS are published in Ki lu01mee.
' ht fort the No other remedy shows such What About Your Insurance?
creamy white, more or less clouded The descriptions of varieties printed \\ V IStnl jr appeartd proof .
with flesh color or light pink. in the bulletin, cover only about hoard and stated that If they would pay Follow this Kissimmee man example -
the freight on one of his Kradlnicmachlnts ,
Sprouts-Base creamy white to one-fifth of the varieties upon which that be vould ship It down I .
light lilac; leaf scales and tips pure the department's scientists have been and make one week demonstration C W. Campbell, Bryan and Dilling- '
mauve to magenta, but color sometimes working. It has been the object to include Illume pnitHnil, for further consideration I ham streets, Kisdimmee.! says: ". suffered Ne matter what yea may want I* tke way ef lasoraiice, I e**_ . ,"
The hoard Instructed the clerk to
absent. in the list mainly those whose draw the following warrant. The I: from a lame and lachmg back apply it I make a specialty of lae'eMity a.4 Fidelity Bead.. Lift, "

FlowersWhite. commercial importance or value fram Florida Metal 1'roducts company, for and my kidneys did not act as they -
Group 7-Burbank. the standpoint the plant breeder culvert material U95 ; The KlllottWisher I should. I used Doan's Kidney Pills as Fire, Accident, Health a.4 TemrUt lasvraaca.Comleoa 1

Tubers-Long cylindrical] to somewhat make them of more general interest. company llfil 22. part paymenton 'directed and they gave me_splendid -- ""'
,
book typewriters for the county _ot=- "" -- -- ----- .*. prosipt atteaBea, a."Sitter kw
-.flattened, inclmodtobeelightly- -'I'M plant\ breeder in y..ztyulurmaygain ; ncerHealed.- relief. I cheerfully recommend them j

spindle-shaped; skin white to light some assistance from this list, bids on the courthouse roof for I know they are just as repre large or low mall an .....t 701 ..... ', '

creamy white smooth and glistening as it may give him some idea as to were *opened and read In open board. sented." 1
and C F. Thrasher being the lowest
or deep russet in the case of section 2. what can be expected from the union and best bidder was awrded the contract Price 60c at all dealers. Don't simply -

Sprouts-Base creamy white or of any two given varieties. his flrures beIng $878 per squarefor ask for a kidney remedy-get CARSON FARMER V

faitly tinged with magenta; leaf : the main roof and $60 for the repairs Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that '
10 CENT "CASCARETS"FOR on the steeple wn.reupon me Mr. Campbell had. Foster-Milburn GENERAL INSURANCE.
scales and tips usually lightly tinged cleric wan Instructed to prepare a suItable .
with magenta.FlowersWhite.. LIVER AND BOWELSCure bond to be given by Mr Thrasherfor Co., Prop.ButTaloN_ Y.
'P. Dakfa
230-3. SL
satisfactory completion of work ... 'P
The clerk to the board all
presented MASONS CONFER DEGREE.The
Group 8-Green Mountain. Sick Headache, Constipation, Information obtained by C.' F Johnsonfor ,
Tubers-Moderately to distinctly Biliousness, Sour Stomach BadBreathCandy the llust rated booklet of the coun- : 5I 4' .
Masonic conferred the '
for their whereupon the lodge
ty Inspection
broad flattened skinA
oblong, usually ; Cathartic
clerk 'Instructed Y Master Mason's degree Earl Hilton :
dully creamy or light russet color, No odds how bad your liver, stomach bids on was the printing oo.: :' :r..tor of Loughman Monday upon nightOw6g -"- .' ; '

frequently I having russet-brown or bowels how much your head public' Instrudlion ; .
uJKeW.ete"dt: : I to the absence of ., .
Worshipful .
splashes toward the seed end. aches how miserable from with the boardhis t. ; ;J : I ,
you are financial statement for the monthof Master N. C- Bryan, who is attending \ \ '.. -r .f.ti
Sprout Section 1 Base, leaf constipation indigestion biliousnessand : :
February.Cost to his duties as representative at Tallahassee '" '
sluggish bowels-you always get Dan Brown bill of preliminary the state of was Florida examined vs. and Senior Warden H. N. I The Favorite Storq of KiMti in---; I : '

TEN WEEKS IN BED- EMINENT relief with Cascarets. They imme- find name ordered paid. also stateof Bratton, the degree was conferred by ..
diately cleanse and regulate the stomach ,
Florida \* H W Weaver the Hon. G. F. Parker. .'
remove the sour, fermenting food Sheriff ft.ed Mil wan examined andapttrov.'tl. .
PHYSICIANS FAILED-WON-
and foul gases; take the excess bile and ordrn paid
The following. bills w<'re examined, '
from the liver and carry off fhe constipated approved and warrants ordered. drawn: ?

DERFUL RECOVERY waste matter and poison K I*. I'*-Rli.y. commfsHlnm\ hn $ 4 00 Send us Your FURNITURE ? I
from the intestines and bowels. A H \ Punier <'om and mileage & 00
10 cent box from will A K Han H. com and mileage II (Ill(
I wish to inform you of the greatbenefit your druggist ,
> Tlfiilnll, and inlleaKe 11 00
OUHK com
I have derived from the use of keep your liver and bowels clean; A\. K, \\'till,,'r t-oin and milt 211 1111) Orders ForI .

Swamp-Root.\ I had been a suffererfor stomach sweet and head clear for ,I i-: IlaHH Janitor __ r.n< (10> ) '
John 1)11 \ IM supt' pool farm _ f i" 00
than from kidney months. They work while sleep.
more twenty you
years '
1 M MurphjudK** ro rt 2500T / (
and liver trouble arid, was almost Nt Mm |1.11)' jlld..jll\ *.t 12 5(1I () -WE HAVE IT Mi
constantly treaU'd by the most eminent H 1110<"" 111. can of jail __ IZ fill) BEAMS
physicians who could only give DOWNING SELLS HIS J. I. O\',rut. r--t. clerk and Bud lI** OOI '

__
"14. I L 1 I.lIl'r.'r|' nmnilHHlona fi7 12Krank CHANNELS
me temporary relief. I had been in t. I L 11.,1\ ctttyltsnhttgus 16412
bed ten weeks when I began the use K\ aim. malutt-nance ____ K (00M ANGLKB AND \

of Swamp Root. Inside of twenty- FISHLAKE PROPERTY INS A tin. l.ew.In. maintenance __ & 00 ALL SHAPES .,, v _
"Main MoiitHtlot a, ", "I..t."all"'*' fi <> .
four hours I could see that I had been J It ()w ti.t. mlllllt"l1an" In( 00) e I "

greatly benefited. I continued to use I.. It Il"arm..r. capt Kuards .__ 90 00 In connection with our Hardware line w* cany a compl.{e 4I'
.
until I had used F. A. Stroup, of Nebraska, has (I \V Axhton road mana*. r _ 75 on)
use Swamp-Root sev- St Cloud Irlbunu) 400) ) subs 2 mo 6667 BOILER PLATES line of furniture. W* make a specialty of outfitting home, ad '
eral bottles when I really felt that my traded property in his home state to St Cloud Tribune notice tax col .handle reliable .

old trouble was completely cured andI Dr Downing for his interest in Fish and pronecutlnK attorne n _ 325 TANK STEEL

am positive that suffer- lake property.. Mr. Stroup will come Sid J. Joni'M copy holder _ ._ &,80 GALVANIZK1)
any person
.
,
John B ( aciel cost J p. ct InqK
ing with kidney or liver trouble can here later to reside. K Johnson _- __Uh____ 17 60 COPPER AND Bed Room Furniture '
be cured by the use of this prepara- Dr. Downing is preparing to leavein H (' Stanford <'0. .p. poor farm 6.HOOulf Dining
tion. a short time for Nebraska to make FertllUer ('0 fert p. t.u_ 24200 ZINC SHEETS '
C F Johnson. Information for V
I am now in the best of health. better -> his home. booklet for county _______-_-- 200.00 Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Parlor -
than I have been for ten years or The other half interest in the Fish John S (f'adfl coat Inquest W .

lake owned R. D. T Thayer -- _- --------------- 13 60 TRUSS nODS Suits Odd Chairs
more. I do not know how to express property is by : B \\. Oownlnu, strand of wood 2.00I Rockers
myself as strongly: as I desire, in favor Frankford. I 4)seeola Hdw Co' rp , 7.90 STAY BO1.iTSSTRUCTURAL ,
of Dr. Kilmer s Swamp-Root, as I One*:ola Telephone; ro: b'pch'-'nh.; Couches Etc. '.
that it saved life and END STOMACH TROUBLE } rent poor farm 2 mos _n___ 6.00 ,
am sure my '
Osreola Telephone ( 0. phone IRON WORK
that my good health is due entirelyto GASES OR DYSPEPSIA rent 2 mos road camp ._._.. 6.00 :
this great remedy. I heartily rec WI'.t..rnUnion Tele, Co.. me.- OF ALL KINDS ( *
Tape's Diapepsin' makea Sick Sour 1.(0B
by co com
ommend it to every sufferer and am Gassy Stomachs sorely feel fine Missy sage Telephone ('';..----phone----- nil store b saakinc a record fer itself Im the Matter ef '

confident they can be benefited as I rent 2 mos ct. housei uu_ 00JBO ALL HARD WOODLAUNClIE8 I*
in five ...Inutea.If helping people't.* entfit home Cese.. Our price
have been. It is a pleasure for me, i Halt Rnnm A Nov. Co. tag. see. arc ,,
what you just ate is souring on B H Mullock cost j. p court- d
gentlemen, to hand you this recom- stomach lies like of I* II lnrram cost p, court __ < 21 richt : :?
mendation. MRS. H. J. PRICE, your or a lump B H Hullock, cost j. p court __ 5.0 a:
1406 Center St. Portsmouth, Ohio. lead, refusing to digest, pr you belch Missy \V. & Light Plant waterS DORIES AND
ras and eructate sour, undigested moo. light I mo ___u_____ 1852M.
Personally appeared before me this Rat. .up to road gang: ___ 10 BO SKIFFS
13th of September 1909 Mr. H. J. food, or have a feeling: of dizziness, 6 SO .
C W Price, who subscribed the above heartburn, fullness, neusea, bad taste W B Maklnson; Co sp rd gang 2(150 BUILT TO TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS: : :

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In mouth and stomaeh-b adache Jim Woodall guard u 16 ORDER
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8. M Hodvers. guard _______ 15 00 '
same is true in substance and In fact. can get blessed relief in five minutes GriffIn shoeing u mules h_ 2 26 BOILERS AND I*
R. A. CALVERT. Put[ an end to stomach trouble forever fC. Farmer amt. pd. sup rd. g H ea Ne Matter what hind ef an Engine yew have -Gas, 51.., \..i.J 4

: Notary Pub ie.IAUe. by getting: a large fifty-cent case ofPapa' May' Fla Lumber& O (Ity'0.. Co.lumberBo sup_rd__n s_ 16 7 98 86IB TANKS BUILT TO Railroad er Stationary Engine-w* have exactly tIe Teals. yeneed -'
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Diapepsin from any drug store. New Eden Plant' Co: spruy r: g: 00 ,
I .. t. You realize In five minute. how need- H C Stanford A Co sup rd. g. 1800 PUMPS FOR ALL in yew everyday work-Wrenches, Hanunera, Oilers etc., '
I nr. KM.er* C.. Jno IfoNtlnn. pending money 100
leas it i* to suffer from indigestion aVofthebedq.abtya.dw.rkia..Mpadatpdc..tlatwifl.
J BI..t.-. N. Y. Henry; McKnlfcht I barbering convicts PURPOSES ?
dyspepsia or any stomach disorder one "onth h ___un_ t BOSB sarprbe ,rou. This store ha. tIe. reputation, handEnf ooJyhardware 'j
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do t's the quickest surest stomach doctor :- M C (Gilbert l guarding u___- no COMPETENT FORCE .
Fer You. in the world., It's wonderful 1 I lj. P It., I.nton.Farmer guardIng del prls __to_-u_-_ 15 OOto OD FOR ROAD WORKAT that. i* of superior. quality and ye* will saak* .. ...1s. .)f 4J

Send ten cents to.Dr. Kilmer A: Co., Mach* Brothers. oil _-.____camp__ --_ 6 OS ALL TIMESJACKSONVILLE. take in cminr her NOW aad inspecting oar Kg aleck.sceolaHardware .

;Binghamton, N.. Y., for a sample size To Drive Out Malaria Mrs L* R Farmer bd of conv 14.40 t4 .c;
Archie I.amb. r-p on wagon _. 5.00 ,
bottle. It will convince You And The ) -
anyone. i BuildUp System Osceola Hdw Co. sup rd. ,gang 10,25 -
will also receive a booklet of valuable I Take the Old Standard GROVE'S J Z. Roberson drugs to rd. a. 1.10

,e information about the, kidneys and TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know Klssy Packing Co. beef to r. a. 1.12

bladder. When writing, be sure and what you are taking, as the formula I.printed .
OU Sores Other KsanJn West c.. Company
cures .
Ga- label it is :
mention the Kissimmee Valley on every showing;
xette. Regular fifty-cent and one- Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. The worst caies the so matter oIIoa..ta..st_
are eared by womdertol. old reliable IMPorter
dollar size bottle for sale at *JI drug The Quinine drives out malaria, the '* Antlseptie HevllDS OIL It relieves t a ,

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iAMONG, THE STATE LEGISLATORS .I. = STATE NEWS CONDENSED = GOLF CLUB BUILDING MISS, HARRIS SPEAKS ,


THREETENNIS COURTS ON DOMESTIC SCIENCE
CtiAUDK F. JOHNSON" !
By .
Ja'kllonvllle.-Mrs. Susan Carter supreme court. Ryalls ifc only twentytwo '( :
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of tlaP'aJl '
\i Special Representative ) died here at an age of 100 years. years of age. I. ; _
-- The tennis courts being builtat I
are Miss Agnes Ellen Harris of the
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? Tallahassee, Fla., April 22.-The mills during the next year to cover Hastings Within the past few days Pensacola;-The third largest sale the club house of the Kissimmee faculty of the Florida State College }
P TRH fight inaugurated by the prohibitionist I the item. After the elimination of the the potato harvest in the Hastings of .naval stores in the United States Golf club. Two of these will be clay for Women, Tallahassee, and state i
by the introduction of the drastic three sections opposed, i4yb1C;. Nancy district took on a flourishing aspect full this season o'clock wad recorded here when, courts, while the third will be of grass gent for canning clubs, delivered an M
I though as yet it is not nearly in on the 4 call at the naval stores '
the commissioners are left to The work was authorized at meet
Davis regulation bill, after the losing county a instructive and! entertaining lecture at
? fight on the statewide amendment, has finance their respective counties along blast During the past week a shipment board, 16,580 Barrels) were posted as ing of the board of directors of the the high school auditorium on Mon- '
a, been further augmented by the introduction the budget system each year.If of about twenty cars per day has sold. The sale was on an advancing club held at the club house last Friday day night. ,
the law in its amended I been made out of this entire potato: market and at a higher range of prices Miss
h in the house of a bill by passes night. Harris had as her subject-
Representative Bryan, of Osrc-ola form it will unlawful for any board district. The commission men are than have prevailed in' twelve months. Later another improvement will be "Domestic Science, or Home Eco '
1 commissioners to expend very much in evidence and are busy The safe covered a wide cange of made the club in the of "
of I by
county to eliminate the club nowoperating county way a nomics. She had as her audience a i}
for the expenditure of from early morning till night. Com- grades and was made by two factor- The for the '
in dry counties Under thic or contract I swimming: pool. clay large number of the parents of the :
minithan !l.r cent of the estimate petition is keen and the growers. generally age concerns to a group of buyers. court is off the ;
t measure if enacted, it will make it > per being taken groundsof city interested in the proposition to
unlawful{ for any club in a county revenue between October 1 and speaking, are peeping from behind Tampa.-The Florida Growers' and the club and the excavation made have domestic science added to the 'f

$ I voted dry to have any intoxicating/ Svpt Tnber :.W of soy year a smile. I Shippers' league's annual meeting was will provide a spot for the swimming curriculum of the schools, a proposition ,.t
liquors to serve to members, to soil, The! stricken sections, two, three and IVnsarola.The of the A. F.. I held as a part of the convention of pool. The club has a fine flowing well I which has long been the idea of "!,
i or give away to guests or olherwiv. four, 1,r,,udiniissioners ',I thnt the t boards of (com Turner company, where plant spirits of turpentine I the Florida Horticultural society. The I and when the swimming pool is cemented Proto R. M. Evans, the principal of
1 The measure it I I..* understood Is one should he authorized to was manufactured and refined, election of three members of the exec- can have nice fresh water at the local schools. V v'i
of the ten bills( which was referred to make a levy of three mills, or MOmll..h was destroyed by fire, entailing a loss utive committee resulted in Dr. J. H. all times for the bathers. Miss Harris knows her subject and .
# by Senator Blitch on the day that t the thereof as might be necessaryto of about $40,000. Included in the loss Ross!, of Florence Villa; W. J. Krome, The directors arranged for taking knows it well. She made the plan .
constitutional amendment was voted ('r'ltt.whut would be known" as were two large tanks of refined Turpentine of Homestead, and I). S. Borland of in between thirty and forty new mem- plain to her hearers in such a straightforward ,
k down, when he told the nvmlx r1of the "county unfunded, debt fund, for each filled with that product. Fort Myers, being: named. Mr. Bor- bers and altogether: the club given heart to heart manner that
l the senate that if they did not vote t the purpose of wiping{ out the county land succeeds H. E. Heitman, of Fort promise of much new life in the next every one in attendance got a grasp I
to submit the constitutional umond- debt contracted in excess of the revenue Jac'kRnnvillThe newly elected officers Myers, resigned. few months. upon her arguments ..
ment that there was a big bunch of Those opposing the measurecontended of the Florida Christian Kndea-: --- .
C other bills ready to be presented to ] that many boards of coup,, vor Union are as follows: President, Green Cove Springs.-An alligator: -- - ----

i provide regulations. At the present ty cornmissioivers throughout the Duncan H. Curry, of Jacksonville; measuring twelve feet, was killed by ,
try '9 time, it is doubtful if the Davis bill state have issued! warrants which are vice president, Rev. George B. Wal- Rudy Schultz last week. It was skin sti
will pass the senate, although at the invalid and which should not be paid : dron, of West Tampa; secretary Miss ned and the hide was taken to New O O \ F
time it was. introduced it was thought They declared that the proposed Ruth Coffin, of Johnstown; treasurer, York. On being skinned a bottle of ; "i
r { the measure would pass the senate measure would unnecessarily burden I George A. Cavanaugh, of Tampa; junior Budweiser, a tooth brush and an old : We SeJI'For Less-Cash Is King
and be killed in the house. the taxpayers. superintendent, Miss Eleanor KowI shoe were found inside. i
A I While Mr. \Dancy brought himself I Icy, of West! Palm Beach; Quiet HourI I : ooooo.oO"oo..ooo
: t Bills proposing to place a value on into prominence ill the house in his I superintendent Miss Ruth Wyandt, of a
et all franchises of public utility companies 'I successful fight on the bill, many Tampa; Tenth legion superintendent + >
and common carriers have been boards of county commissioners are I Miss Edna Whitney, of Mount I Dora; I I + UNION CENTEH.0- I
i presented in both houses this week, I wondering what course they shall Christian citieznship superintendent, + -0-
and the house has already had reported the outstandingdebts I-x--. -: : x-
sty pursue to overcome R-v, K. W. Way of Jacksonville; Free Shoes
i for favorable action measure counties :
a of their I
secretary of Sunshine and introduction.
press Mr. and Mrs. Spreng: and Mr. and
4 that would tax the franchise of every Miss Grace Townsend, ofInterlachen. I Mrs. Wetherbee spent Friday with
'Fa public utility whether owned by an What promises to create some interest I I Mrs. Cohoon.Mr. I
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individual, partnership or corporation.This at the session of the
present .
and
Dillion wife and
+ will\ affect every ice plant, water Taft.--It is, learned from a rt'liahl..1 daughter
is bill that has been
legislature a prepared |IIr) and Mrs Funk left for their homein a
r works, gas plant electric plant street source that there are good I
prospectsof
by Senator Wells, of Leon county -
i railway or railroad in the state, ands a factory for manufacturing Ohio Saturday.
and has for its title the hi| the franchise tax will be additional to soundIng name "A Bill to Regulate ite work, blocks, etc, to be started Gladys were l
the property tax now provided for. I Trade." "here hoon, as parties are investigating:, guests of Nettie Haye Sunday. I i
I In the senate Tuesday, Peter (). Senator Wells says the bill will and with the good shipping facilitiesthis I Nellie this Wetherbee week. |is ill with la- 1 1t
Knight of Tampa, appeared before I prohibit unfair commercial discrimination point looks very favorable to : grippe
Mrs. Blanche Lawson and
1 the committee on finance and taxation I between different sections of them. A canning factory project is : Lawson
li'utli visited Mr. and Mrs.
and delivered a strong protest to a being agitated quite lively with goodprospects Harvey
the state, communities or towns, or : afternoon. Beginning with today and continuing until
Lorgnecker Sunday
: bill that had been introduced by Senator unfair commercial competition between of one being establishedhere.
K, + Farris, of Duval, to tax the franchises I sections of the state and I Edna Harvey went to St. Cloud f
any further notice will of
j of railroads and street railways I Saturday to visit with the Eaton fam- we give a pair fu
provides penalties therefor The Grand ily. She returned Sunday night with
fi After hearing the arguments Daytona. Commanderyof
and listening to the law quoted action the Knights Templar of Florida, Lloyd Harvey and Dick Lawson.If "Babies First Shoes" to every
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was deferred for several days. FIRE CHIEF FAIRMAN which held its twenty-eighth conclaveat Ben and Bilhe were not such confirmed -
Daytona selected Orlando for next bachelors, we might state that baby born in Kissimmee

N} The Tampa commission charter bill year's conclave. The meeting will be they have the appearance of being .
J '' will not likely become a law at this held in Orlando the second week in somewhat "hen-pecked." An agent
+ session of the legislature, because of SEEKS LOWER RATESHEAD February,'1916. Miami and St. Au- with a "maeic hair restorer" wouldno
the opposition of Representative. Wilder gustine were aspirants, but Orlando doubt find it profitable to visit this

?a of Plant City, and Senator Mimes, outdistanced her competitors and won community.Little How to Get Baby Shoes !
?a in of Tampa. Although Representative OF LOCAL FIRE DEPART- easily. R.t. Em. Com. W. R. O'Neal, Elvin Meyers, who has been
Martin, of Tampa, has made a strong MENT WRITES FOR INFORMATION of Orlando, was elected grand com- seriously ill with lagrippe, is able to ,
f fight, the opposition of the other mem- mander for the ensuing year succeed he about again.
,5 ber of the Hillsborough delegation and FROM JACKSONVILLEVALLEY ing Galen B. Seaman, of Daytona. Lonnie Hughey and Aaron Story Absolutely Without Cost
the senator that represents Hillsbor GAZETTE MAN TAKES went to St. Cloud Saturday night to
1, ;' ough and Pinellas county, will overcome FAST RIDE ON ENGINE SEAT. Key West.-Driven to desperation attend the dance. i I '
,,r all that Mr. Martin may do. - -- by melancholia, Mrs. Pilar Kspmola! Mr. and Mrs. A. D Story called at 1111111 t ,
+ The only chance that the bill has of Alfonso, a resident of this citv for the Lawson and Harvey homes Sun-
I Last Monday night an opportunitywas 7))
several committed suicide by
at this session is to have years day afternoon.
i a referendum clause added, and this Gazette afforded to view a the representative work of our of volunteer the jumping into a cistern at her home I Mr. and Mrs. John Geerdes visitedat Mothers must report birth to our store in person
Mr. Martin will not to. The here. She had been in ill health for the G. B. Lawson home Sunday
; ; agree close The
fire
at
...haru.r. -question is the same as was fftt'-t-ift--t-fteti"--ifl brigade range.-the Kntz I some time and it is supposed that The afternoon within twomqatlisjBfter J baby is born.,
voted down at a charter election held fear of never regaining her health and C. M. Smith received word last weekthat
y but the absence of the
block, to
owing of being the rest of her life burden That is the only requirement we make.
? in Tampa some time ago. Mr. Mar secretary and treasurer, who. was In a his brother is seriously ill at his i
tin claims that Ybor City .voters were entered upon her family caused her to com- home in Vancouver, Wash. :M>
Gainesville business
responsible for the defeat of this into, consequently, no an early was start on mit the rash act. Aaron Story was the guest of Lon- Just come in and tell us about the *
b and that sentiment has so ---- nie Hughey Sunday at dinner. I
measure drill obtained.One .
the fire
would was St. Petersburg.-The Sholl hotel of little one and we will present
changed that the measure now
fact noticed in j
was particular.A fifty rooms, closed for the season, was In Persia girls are often married to
the
of
carried vote people.
be by a new recru; .,a8 on hand request badly damaged by fire of unknown their cousins to keep the family prop- I you with his very first ',
ing admitt < into the brigade but origin. The fire had been in
The latest development in the question progress erty intact.
of whether the senate will confirm the ranks appeared to be filled up and 1 for a long time when discovered by a little boots. -b
ti i"' the suspension by the governor the matter was laid by pending the little boy. The fire started in a closeton Colorado will probably have a wom- .of the sheriffs of Hillsborough and return of the seer-clary. This shows the first floor Upper rooms were an juvenile court judge:
.l Paint Beach counties, came Tuesday that the brigade is kept up to its full I badly damaged by smoke. The fire
4r '. when the senate appointed a committee Strength. I loss is estimated at $3,500. The loss Wisconsin stores and factories em-
the Under the direction of Chief Fair I is covered by insurance. ploy nearly 50,00
of five to Investigate powers
duties of the senate on the dues* man, the powerful Are engine was women.--
h and coaxed out of its stall and the representativ.9 I -- ----; -- -- The Shoe Store
a tion. It Is generally believed here Fort Pierce.-Fire here partially destroyed Family
I', was invited to take his place 4.
that the senate will take no action un- the plant of St. Lucie ice com-
in the chief's seat honor which
an was and burned
two empty Florida
til the" last day of the session, thereby pany
it for the governor eagerly accepted, as it seemed to be East Coast railway freight cars, involving THE
:, to making appoint necessary a successor to Mr. Spencer the safest place on the machine. How- damages estimated at $20- GRAYSTONE J. W. Harris, MIrI" In the Dann Building
and Mr. Baker on May 11, only to >yer, in the experienced hands of 000, with insurance covering the .
have to suspend or reinstate the officers Jimmy Buckles no real danger can be greater: part of this amount. The c
) when the senate finally adjourns aoorehended on one of these trips blaze originated: In a pile of rubbishnear
in June- although at the rate of one hundred the building. ; ; a. w. TNDmR, "'I,. I. D. nmi, HIT. - --- --- ti I
and twenty-three! miles an hour at -- +4ooooooooo *oooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooo o
yt Senator Donegan's bill to to pro- which the auto seemed to be traveling, Ocala.-Frank B. Turner sold his r' I
vide for separate acknowledgementsfor it would appear as if something; would 1,200 acre Magnolia stock farm, four Open Year RoundC.W.GRIFFIN
married women, eliminating certain break, but nothing happened either to miles southwest of Ocala to John A. f
diminish the speed of the engine or of Chicago. This is of the
objectionable phrases necessary Manly one
r now to transfer property of a married to throw the trembling representativeout I largest real estate deals made in Mad I Build or Repair NOW I \

; s"" woman, was killed Friday in the of his seat. I ison county in some months. This is 1.
7 senate. The twin bill in the house Practice was carried out on Clyde one of the old ante-bellum farms con-
is still on the calendar. avenue and hose was laid and water I taining very fine mixed hickory and
turned on in the surprising time of
oak lands with some high, pine lands.
"ib8 Senator Bryan Tuesday afternoon less than one minute. Another test I About 300 acres are in cultivation.
appeared before the houso committee was made a little further on and an The large colonial residence was builtin

,; on privileges and elections for the pur- empty wooden house received a full 1851, but is still in a fine state of Staple and FancyGROCERIES For 3,0 DaysWe
i pose of discussing several slight stream from the nozzle. This was Accomplished preservation.
amendments to the bill bearing his in less than one minute,

name passed by the 1918 session of after which the machinew as taken to Bartow.-Horace Ryalls, on trial for Are Offering
the aa embly. The committee though: I the hose tower and dry hose was packed killing James Platt, near Winter Ha-
the senator has not prepared his into it while the wet hose was ven last June, was found guilty of
amendments, appeared to look with hoisted into the tower to dry. manslaughter, which carries with it a FOR CASH
4 favor on his suggestions and when Chief Fairman, who has had seven- maximum sentence of twenty years. '
they are presented it is expected that teen years of experience of fire fight- Sentence has not yet been imposed Free Delivery to all Partsof I'I

; they will receive a favorable report. ing in Atlanta, has introduced a number and it is thought that a new trial will tbe City I t
Among other amendments which of beneficial changes into the local be asked for. In the event of refusalan Lumber Shingles Laths and Shop
Its'i Senator Bryan will offer will be one fire department and at the same timeit appeal will be made to the state ( I
which will enable voters throughout was apparent that he has injectednew
,i the several counties to mail to they life into the personnel of the Work r,(
registration officers their intention to brigade. The work is done silently oooooooo..o..oo..o..ooooo.ooooooooooooooooooooooooooJust
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and quickly and man to 1
every appears
J qualify. put his whole heart into his efforts. At the lowest price ever offered before in your city
That the .tate of Florida can save The representative was informed by '
t annually several thousand dollars by I the chief that in a few days he would Received '
', conducting an insurance departmentfor receive information from Jacksonville Rough Framing $13.50 1- ,

for the state's own property, insteadof showing how the insurance rates can
M paying: the enormous annual premIums be lowered in this city by the employment 1' c New Line of Dressed Framing oJ.14.50 U
is the custom, is the I :
r as now of two men by the city one of .
I opinion of Representative Goldstein, whom can always be with the engine.If ;
t of Nassau county. this can be accomplished it will r.r.,' CoquellsAutogoggles Flooring, Ceiling and Siding 14.50 }
Mr. Goldstein the state :
According to mean a great saving for the {property 'l rK:
approximately '.(;5,000 annually of Kissimmee and worth
can save owners wejl :f, ; ,
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r over the losses that Xave been the consideration of the council. T and I
paid to the state by insurance com- As a matter of fact, although it can b'II' :z: ,
s panies. The state now pays $104- not affect the spirit and the work of Let us have your I will surprise you. If you *: .

Hl 316.89 premiums and the losses dur- the brigade, not enough encourage- Kilglare want material, we manufacture from the stump and *'
; ing the period for which these premiums ment and interest is taken in their l ,
; ?4 were paid. was $64,477.55, leav- work. Hardly any of the representative can save you money, We GUARANTEE grade and f
e, ing a to the insurance com business men and property' own- i Motor GogglesWe n-
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I panies of $34,384.84.When ers of the city ever attend their prac- workmanship to be up to the STANDARD. ; t

h'@ tices. At the same time if a serious :
fyV \ Representative Dancy, of Du- fire should occur the brigade will be f
val, today succeeded In lopping off expected to do its work as if it had have Every thing in the Optical Line :z: 4
fit three sections of a bill pending in the been systematically pushed and help- I
'* '1 : house to give the various county commissioners ed since the day or its inception.

% i, the right to issue take time up Property owners and business men Let Us Show You Yellow Pine Lumber Co.PHONE f

o utstandingiindebtedneIn excees of would of be the gladly; brigade welcomed, where at the matte meetings -
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the revenues, he practically killed a could be discussed of interest to t"
'bill that emanated from"the comptrol general public.In .
a1) '.Jer'. office to. remedy the deficit of theM I COLE JEWELRY COMPANY : 195 KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA c
counties In the state. ? the Falkland islands there :

,' :"' The bill'provided ,-all,).lodehtt. .a ht -men to. every' woman, ." .. 26 Broadway . H. E. Cole Mauser PROMPTNESS. OUR WATCHWORD
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">dness Incurred i excess of the, revenues ,
'' should be covered by time war- The Woman Suffrage party in .w w I 'I

&_ d rant: and provided for;. .an-extra three, York city bu ont 160,00 mom r,. .000..0..0..00..00..00............ . ..., 0
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, TRADE ..INVITES THL fr 'WORLD:>> 'NEWS-IN SHORT BITS 'I ,Lesley' Boosts. Cattle Sale *$*$tit l L


:CONGRESSMENAND'MAJOR'LADUE.TO' .L" While ; in' Orlando *
Visiting
B ';.loA; : dozen bandit held up a I when 't.he';British squadron attacked' ; :

New York: Central fast freight trainat her.'. The'fact has been made public,:

'< Sanborn, nine miles east of North giving the text of the Chilean note joi. > When 'EI. 'lmm..peopl. tendance of from" fifteen hundred e
MAKE to
? ; fit away
P f TRIP DOWN KISSIMMEE RIVER ij
from Tonawanda Buffalo and tripped, only'several fifteen cars miles'of ,protest, and,the British reply from home' they find time to boost the two thousand cattle buyers, who wouldcome '

( Holbrook Art- Torrent from the town;; While irt to Kissimmee and bid on our
------ bolted silk: valued at 150,000 and sped :- Orlando recentlr'E.L : :. ,
stock. We hare trouble in .
no .Wac
'order'l' that : the away automobile. trucks upon which melting snow of the White mountain > Lesley had aoothinjtosay: and all the eatti. raise "
In the 'national I'Onm-1 ferred to executive committee overwhelmed two reservoir dam. on we can continued
had loaded the The
melt may be induced to spend a considerably with a request that the committee report they bandits armed with plunder.repeating the Little Colorado river near St. the Reporter-Star wrote the following Mr. Leslie "but the price haven't

sum in improving the, at the meeting tonight.A rifles and were automatic pl.tola'and' tired Johns, drowned eight person dam E. L. Lesleyh.irman'of:the'Os- been satisfactory, and 'Mr.' Derby's to
nel of Kissimmee river the chan-j committee composed of, Messrs. several shots at the crew. No one was aged property to the extent of} about ceola'' county commissioners/ In plan met with favor by a number of ,
trade; has'.ent an Invitation to Cadell Evans and Crawford' was injured. half a million dollar and left more Orlando today. lie made the'trip in the larger growers who have agreed

,1 gressman Sparkman to come hero named to rook into the matter of than 30,000 acres of an irrigation pro- his car, and was accompanied by Mrs.1 to put,.up a"ear'load of Cl'ttl.eacb, "
bringing two other congressmen with parking the plat of ground in the rear Paris.-The Temps says Italy has to the exigencies of dry farming Lesley. Having read that the cattlemen for the auction. If, after the auctiOlfC'
him as guests of the board to makea of the depot and report at the meet- removed all art treasures from the until new dams are built. I of Osceola county would soon the buyers want more stock 1''
trip to Bassenger and return. A ing tonight museums and churches in Venice to hold a big cattle auction in that city take them to the ranches I and sell,
.similar invitation has been sent to A committee composed of .Florence in the belief! that the Austrian Washington.-Embassies and legations i a newspaper man asked Mr. Lesley them what they want. '. '
Major LaDue, United States army Prentis and E. E. Naugle was name fleet would bombard Venice if in Washington have received. what the object of the proposed auction Mr. Lesley said that the date first
' corps of engineers, at Jacksonville to to arrange for the band to play for war were declared. The newspaperssay from the international committee of I was and if it was a concerted set for the auction had been tempo.
make the trip at the same time. 'I the meeting tonight and to secure if the transfer was made at night Mexico City, affidavits charging con- movement among the cattle growers rarily called off because Mr. Derby (
Major LaDue has already shown an possible, the Makinson hall for the so ai not to alarm the population. ditions of anarchy in Mexico and reciting of that district. had been unable to secure the auctioneer .
" interest in the work and has asked meeting. specific! cases of abuse of for- "It is a plan suggested by the president 1 whom he had selected to handle- +
i 'for Information as to the amount of II London.-Failure of the Russian at- eign resIdents.Wa.hlngton.An. of the Southern Cattle Breeders the businessContinuing*

business annually carried on along tempt to invade Hungary was reiterated association" said Mr. Lesley, "to Mr. Lesley, stated that ,
official
: this waterway. It is the purpose of PALM BEACH PAPERCOMPLIMENTS -- by the German war office in a authorized statement create a better market for Florida what the cattle men of this section p
-' the board of trade to get the government ; statement declaring efforts of the Russian characterized by the Japanese embassy cattle. Mr. Derby, of York, Ala., is I really need to improve the market '
'i to provide means so that the army from Prremysl to force as "preposterous" reports the gentleman in question and his was a packing house and he hoped j
1, river route can be used both in high SEARSPOST Lupkow and East!: Dugla passes were that a naval base had been established firm has recently sold a number of soon to see one established In this vi. t
and' low water. As it is at present unsuccessful and that its attack at at Turtle bay, lower California -I blooded bulls to the cattlemen of this i cinity. He didn't expect the establishment r
Mexico and
several points along this front resulted declared "there section. He the I
there is not enough depth at low has suggested auction of a packing house by the
been intention
, water to carry the boats. I in defeat with heavy losses. Inconsequence I never any on the and he promised if we would go intoit Armours at Jacksonville. to help very
. The board of trade decided upon this DECLARES THAT HE IS NOT it is said, the attacking part of the Japanese government to that he would guarantee the at- much, if any at alL l lf
I. action at held last Friday FULL OF PROMISES AS HAVE power of the Rusisans has weakened locate a naval base or 'occupy any ,
a meeting -
territory on the west coast of Mexico.
= night, when a report was made showing BEEN PREDECESSORS BUT visibly. ---

,l' 1. what information has been re- CONVINCES PEOPLE OF HIS Portland Me.-"Germany will never Washington-Leo M. Frank, under
I
I .q quested and given the United Staten EVIDENT SINCERITY. relinquish Belgian ports." So declar death sentence for the murder of

I army engineer. In reply to a letter I' -- ed Dr. Bernhard Dernburg, former colonial Mary Phagan, an Atlanta factory girl, ChallengeDevoe
./'_ :from Major LaDue, the Hon. C. A. '';i Declaring that Congressman Searsis secretary of the German em- lost another step in the fight for life
, v' Carson sent him a letter estimating' in the court of the United
'I not so full of promises as his predecessors pire in a letter read at a mass meet- supreme
(E the business of the past year. Statispjsal in representing that section of lug here The letter, apparently inspired States. In a decision, to I which Jus-

,) tics showed that during 1912, when Florida in the national lawmaking puts forth what may be taken 1 I ticcs Holmes and Hughes dissented,
1 there was plenty of water in the river, body, but that he convinces his hear- at Germany's demands in order that the court dismissed rank's appeal
+ the business amounted to $3,500,000. ers of his evident sincerity, the West peace may be restored I from the federal court of Georgia, against LeadandOilPaint
4i The figures for the past year as esti- Palm Beach Post pays a neat tributeto -- which refused to release him on a writ
mated by Mr. Carson, are given in Kissimmee's "Own Joe." The Post New York.-Mrs, Theodore Roosevelt of habeas corpus. un
the following letter: was operated on at Roosevelt hospital -
:
Major LaDue, I says"An audience of lr) Alexander Lambert, of the London.-Union lU'lbert de Reuter
a respectablesize
very
Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army, assembled at the board of trade Cornell Medical school, was the sur- managing director of Router's Telegram half of your house LeadandOil +
(i'
Jacksonville, Fla. meeting last evening to listen to an geon in charge. company, was found dead at his
Dear Sir-Complying: with yours address from Congressman W. J.I I I home near Reigate, Surrey. A discharged ,- and half Devoe.If
of April Gth, concerning freights on Sears. They were well rewarded for London.-SuccesRfully evading a revolver lay near his body .
:' the lake at this point during the past their attendance. There is a freshnessand squadron of ten British aeroplanes the I and authorities declare there is little $ 1
'\ There of certain German Zeppelin which attacked several doubt he committed suicide Baronde
year. course, was a evident about the
i, amount of traffic on the lake, but bet ; an of the sincerity that utterances towns In the industrial districtof Reuter was prostrated by the deathof Devoe doesn't take less gallons and cost less
new congressman ,
cause of a lack of aid from the government He Newcastle, dashed out over the his wife last Thursday. Her body If Devoe )
are extremely taking inspires North Sea. For nearly five hours the money, no pay. doesn't wear better too,
the river itself enjoyed no traf- confidence, and it is felt that he will still was in the house awaiting intei- hwe'll
fic of. With the Zeppelin sped from town to town, inland Their is in the
to speak government at least try his best to accomplishwhat ment. only son army. return your money.LeadandOil ;
aid asked the tonnage would probably as well as coastal. It is estimated -
t:' he promises."But
r .> have reached. 100,000 tons. As it is, I it must not be predicted that that the airship dropped sixty- London.-The British have begun
f my estimate is as follows: five bombs upon! nine towns. Four another drive at the German line
he with his On
I is lavish promises
\: Tons. the contrary, Mr. Sears was not only persons were injured and some small through Belgium Sharp fighting occurred iSsaid, to be good for :
done ,
w Artificial stone _____uu__ 5 most conservative in this regard last damage to property there. The official French report -

't Brick ____ ____ n_._________ 80II but his caution ---- says the British' captured 200 three Devoe is
evening was BO extreme Muiden, Netherlands.The local better six
material sash doors yards of trenches Berlin however years.
Building leave of ,
as to a slight feeling of the steam trawling fleet
and blinds ___._ __ ___ 10 owners says the British were ejected from 't
-- -- -- amusement his hearer's minds. He
in have been notified that four of their
Cattle .. _____ 150 minor positions they had taken, and years. If not we'll return
II -- -h U 00-U U is probably the only public man with trawlers, flying the flag of Holltnd, your
Crate _____ 750 that British attacks broke
material un whom West Palm Beach is connected have been seized by German warships near Ypres ..-
Crosgties ____ I I down.
-unnun 5,000 who has not hesitated to promise the and taken in Cuxhaven. money. '
Dry roods, hats shoes, drugs city a public building ready for use in ---
r and supplies Uhhn__ 25 the course of the next year or two. London-A spectacular battle in the Gary, Ind.-The Gary plant of theAmeri..an .

, Fertilizer ..__uunu_____ 400 "Mr. Sears took an entirely different clouds, in which the Alpine chasseurs, Bridge company, which has
j.f Fish ________._ ._____________ 600 line. After assuring the<<: board that the: hardy mountaineers, who have already been shut down for the past mont, At sea, Lead-and-Oil is g-ood for a year ; Devoedon't ,
[j.I Furniture __ _ uoouuuu_ 10 he stood ready to get the people of covered themselves with glory resumed operations on Monday morn-
: Gasoline and light Oils --- ----- 200 the city and the country everythingthat by their brilliant achievements against ing and took back over 540 employeswho know how longfor; several years. ;

Grain _______________________ 500 he could them, he referred toa the Germans in the Vosges heights, have been idle.
get r
T., Grapefruit ________uuu__ 500HGroceries public building He said that the carried by assault the summit of a --
1- ---------uu nun 1,000 first thing to be done was to get the peak several thousand feet high, is New York.-Asserting that he had
"l' Hardware unuuuu._ 200 government to purchase a site. This reported from Paris.London.Great nothing to do with the death of Fran- We'll back Devoe against Lead-

I. .Jt'V _n _ __ _______ __ _ 250 being done, he said the buildihg would -- -- cisco Madero, General Victoriano Hu-
" rrlhea and skins __________ ___ 25 follow 'in the near future'-but he Britain has offered erta, former provisional president of and-Oil in t
:. :Ice __________________________ 600Tit immediately proceeded to define his a "full and ample apology" to the Mexico, has issued a statement set any exposure anyhow
Logs ._ __ __ .10,000 future Chilean government for sinking on ting out what he termed his side of .
n n h h u. n idea of how the phrase 'the near "
Lumber ___ __ _15,000 March 14, in Chilean territory, the the Mexican question. He declared he anywhere any time. /
------ --- ---- must be interpreted. .
'y German cruiser Dresden intermentof knew who for
Miscellaneous merchandise __ 1,000 was responsible Ma-
in the
n "It turned out that speaker'sopinion I
Machinery n_________________ 60q.t the city might reasonably expect which had already been ordered by dero's death, but was keeping it a w. B. MakiDtOn.ompanr: Hiaaimml. '

.....; ... __ Naval stores' ..._ 3,000_ the building to oe 'doing business'in Maritime Governor Cumberland -Bay, "professwnai secret. -- -- -

'I-' Oranges -_ 2,000 I the course of the next eight or ten
Railroad supplies? 100 years. Four of these federal build- f> 55
Sand for building ._ 100 ings were already provided for and MAN WHO MUST GO 30 MANY TROUBLES

Shingles _________ 1,000 would tuke precedence of this city's. ,
t" Vegetables _nunn- 1,000 The fortunate towns were Orlando, WAR MAPS

Wood for fuel __.-12,000 Pal atka. Kissimmee and Sanford. MILES TO VOTE HEREHow DUE TO AN

Wool __10 This refreshingly frank prophecy delighted __ .
' 'f his hearers and inspired them

F Total ____________________1-54.615 with a confidence that the more

I'*r'.<. 'Estimated Passengers value carried__________$2,175,000 5,000Number sophisticated statesmen who have pre- miles to would cast your you like ballot to?travel thirty INACTIVE LIVER We have stormed the fort of, hard time ,and- . M
----------- ceded Mr. Sears have wholly failed to -
of boats __u_________ 100 instill." Thirty miles to the polls to exercise our Army of. Better Goods 'it putting Grouch :to ., '
:, This includes all kinds of motor your privilege as an American citizen Many of the troubles of life suchas . r ,
0
boats. ? WHOOPING COUGIL and then thirty miles back home headache indigestion, constipation the rout. <.. > : j '
J it f If there Is any further Information Well-everyone knows the effect of again. and lack .of energy are due to inactive N 0' '-
:n 1 can'furnish, please do pot hestitateto Pine Forests on. Coughs Dr. Bell's Well, that's just what one residentof livers. HERE THEY ARE -
._ ; call for it Yours truly Pine-Tar-Honey is a remedy which Osceola county has to do if he CRIGSITirS LIV-VER-LAX is a natural .i i
C. A. CARSON, brings quick relief for Whooping wants to have his say about who shall vegetable remedy that will get
Other Business. Cough, loosens the mucous, soothes draw the salary checks of the county, the liver right and make these trou- 1-2 bbl. sack Flour $3.98 ,

",;, ,_., A. A. Tano, of the Dixie theater, the lining of the throat and lungs, and state and nation.B. bles disappear. It has none of the
lA4" }<'. Cobb is his name, and he dangers of after effectsof /5c Tomatoes
announced to the board of trade that makes the coughing spells less seveie. disagreeable can .10
4' he would show at his place of amuse- A family with growing children should paid a visit to Kissimmee this week calomel.

0 merit today and tonight the moving not be without it. Keep it handy for from his home near Gardner. If you Get a 50c or $1 bottle of this splendid 25c Sliced .15
'l-!, pictures of "Through Florida by all Coughs ..nd Colds. 25c at yo ,r will take a look at the map you will remedy from your druggist today. ,can Pineapple .
Water" and "Fighting the Citrus Druggist note that Gardner is located right up Every bottle bears the likeness of L

,,\ Canker," both films being of educational in the corner of the county and ne has K. Gngsby, who guarantees it Best White Meat .15
to travel all the to Whittier to "
value to the community way through Osceola Pharmacy. 16-4t
, The proposed bill for a state mar- PREFERS KISSIMMEE cart his ballot. He happens to be the Picnic Hams

'p. Iceting commission was sent to the only man of voting age living across ADVERTISED LETTERS. .12*
I I I I the line Osceola while the
in county,
that be
board with a request it en- most of the in that section live KiHSimmee, Fla, April 19, 1015. AND .
, people OTHERS -
;
I .. referred to .
._.'- -dorsed.the (committee The matter on manufacturing was and AS HIS WINTER HOMEAfter I I across in 1'upe county And they say : Advertised list for the two weeks

that most always when there is votingto ending May 1. 1915: Freshest Stock '
Ault-
at which S B.
new enterprises, Bronson, W. I.; Campbell, A. K . .
"'" I the winter here at do he makes the trip to register his I ;
is chairman. spending
: man Proposition of J. F Newman, New the home of Mr Winn, Mr. and Mrs opinion upon the questions) of the day Harrell, Mrs. Ada.; Johnson, Tom;
I Highest Quality
l5' politically. King, Hiram; Loymon, J. M ; Mason .
York, to furnish badges for the press A Mygatt left on Monday for their E.; Maid, Mrs. !Henry K; Swartz,
association meeting here next year, home at Conneaut, O. This was their Iasi.
'v Your Child's Cough is a Call for HelpDon't Mrs. Emma; Sullivan, J. ; Thorn- . Lowest PricesVOTES
,'i and the Eagle Decorating company, first winter in Kissimmee, although burg, Mrs O W. Thom Laura
Jacksonville, asking to decorate the i they have spent several seasons in put off treating your Child'sCough ; Whie ;
.* city for the fair day in May, were I Florida.Mr. It root. only saps their strength, Wayne U. Miss Blanche B. B; SIM SON, Mrs. P. ON AUTO CONTESTTAYLOR'S

\ filed as information.. Mygatt declared, however, be- but often leads to more serious ail- Postmaster, ' .
{j.: By a unanimous vote Secretary fore he left that he liked Kissimmee ments. Whv risk You don't have -at--

*; .Prentis was requested to send a written better than any other place he had I to. Dr. King's New Discovery is just
>H' invitation to each business man been in the state and he said he will I the remery your Child needs. It is
I in the city to attend the meeting of return next year. Not only will he made with soothing, healing and anti- Gutters

.'' the board of trade tonight return, but he said that he would tell septic balsams. Will quickly check
The proposition of securing aground his friends and neighbors about Kis- the Cold and soothe your Child's >
floor meeting place was re- simmee. Cough away. No odds how bad the Mould THE LEADING GROCERS

y Cough or how long standing Dr. (. '4lI
King's New Discovery will stop it. Phone 250 18 Stewart Ave.

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t "Dodsoi's Liver Tom" Starts Your I Unr. Tone tonight. Your druggist or dealer
Itif ells you > 50 cent bottle of Dod on's Desmond Little, who purchasedthe
v -1 Liver Tone under personal peach on Paradise Island PICKETS
Bitter Tku Cilomil and my money1' crop ARE OUTon
back guarantee that each, spoonful WIUcolean began shipping peaches north this WITH DYNAMITE.'''. <.. .01*. ...yl.... _.l.'.r. mm* given the 1 '

; Lost i Day's Wa your sluggish liver bettor than a week. the best fences In town because t.... MW life. It r*_OT.-. the ....... .1 Meet Hot. DI -R...... ..4 Nee ,' 1,
v dose of nasty calomel and that it won't Mr. and Mrs. Little, who have a I they look best and wear best. In ..... dl..-... .*.**. fcr lark .1 air ... _.1.1.... ri '

sluggish;; liver! Feel make you sick. home at Narcoosee, but are living now fact this applies to all our Lumber .. ... ... .... .. fj '1 }
.
Liven up your Dodson's Liver Tone Is real liver on the island, while the peach crop and our kl t Mmfe yon .ro.IO' e. .1. with .11 m4vmm >
i 6ane and cheerful: make and your full of work ambi-a1tA8ure medicine. You'll know it next morning i, is being prepared for the market.' BUILDING MATERIALTo Im the HM .( *fmflt. Im ..........101 I.r_'.. and eltr. frail arvwl_- I ry
be
j+ vigorous .
: ; 'because will wake fine I lag f .1. Breve. its
you feeling ,
Hut take JlO nasty, dangerous up Gibraltar is less than
( lome n. because, it make, you sick and Jour liver will\ be working; headacheand miles in area. two square I buy anything; in these lines We carry large .<...... .f all stra4>. of Karm Hl.. a>aaa>l.. ... i,>, ?

':\ lone a day's work: dizziness: gone; stomach will be without obtaining our prices will .........* .. tree plaallac, dun "'..U.*. .l f t, you Calomel may is mercury or quicksilver tweet and bowel regular. Calling Cards mean loss not the only a loss In money, buta baulk .......... Write ....? for baakl.t .. ..IMIIllaa.
)Jts quality well to
causes necrosis of the bone. Dodson's Liver Tone is entirely vegetable as you.
which
Calomel crashes into sour bile like therefore harmless and ean not Wedding Announcement Any good carpenter will endorse this. I

,\ breaking it up. That's when salivate. Give it to your cUldren. I CngravmikWorfc Specialty I t

,,,,., 4ynamite fed that awful nausea and cramping. Millions of people are using Dodson' .tc fiusrantwd Lumber South Florida Explosive Company
yields to mel If you want to e1lJ01Ni"i' Liver Tone instead of dangerous calomel Send for rVicaw and Samples May Co. .
liver and bowel now. Your druggist will tall that '
nicest gentlest I yon .JEWELERS'AX :
: TLJESj ,
: ever experienced just'take the sale hof Calomel U almost stoppedenU : -,. H. B. May Manager. Fort Meade, Florida ....
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t, ,... .PACE:*.,\. THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY' GAZETTE \i_ S, '_ 'FRIDAY. :APRIL 23.. ''.lfl''_

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The refuse were scattered over the weedy ground, Hera and there a:,tin can glistened : j ,

in the sun y I t 'SaidAbout ;
t
> ,, The house were dull, uninterestingand in bad repair. A couple of listlessmen StatcPrcssConimcntThe. 1

f. boarded the train and sank into their seats, apparently-thankful to be KissimmeeKissimmee i I
1
leaving the place. ,
/ ro
W." B. : I An hour later we approached another town. There was no dismal outlook ) Marianna. .Tiroes-Courier says' ''"or
now lias tine golf links. that 40,000 eggs are, being'; shipped; $ here. s
The back
: yards were carpeted with close-cropped and patterened '
grass ,
1 .Ocala Banner.. through the Marf nn express olfloe" ? .
,.with flower beds. Fresh painted white fences separated the lawns. Most of weekly.Ye.., and they usually get a,,
'-", i$On::. opy : : the houses. I should say, had been recently painted."Is Nearly 800 quart of strawberrieswere right good cash price for eggs, never a

.. .'o,:( ', : . ,, , this the county seat?" I asked the conductor."No picked -from two patches near price below expenses. Lee t In this 4
'{ Kissimmee last week. Marianna county, is a great egg-shipping center "
All _
ts?" .tfi>.d by: ; the last town is the county seat" was the answer "but this placeis .lines-Courier. and the people' engaged in"" ,the egg-' .

1 * going to be. That other town hasn't got enough self-respect tofight the ->- business are making some money at

ji < ( bill that will make the change. This town is a hummer. It deserves to win." A July regular celebration good old-fashioned and barbecue Fourthof Is It.-Madison Enterprise-Recorder.

t If I had been a member of the legislature I know which way my vote planned by the board of trade at Klss The bureau of animal industry in

t would have gone. ?e.-St. Augustine Meteor.Airangements the United .States has come to the ,
I I --0-- rescue of the buzzard in Florida. The- )
have been completedby concensus of opinion is that the bux-
; Florida the Kissirrrmee board of trade to zard's usefulness far outstrips his bad
i1 I Citrus ExchangeAttention hold in that city on May 8 the first points as a bird of evil omen.-Ocala N
of a series of fairs, at which Osceola Banner.
J 4 We is calledto the advertisement on another page of the Florida county fruits are to be exhibited. -+- lIt

t the Citrus exchange a body which is doing much for the growers of Florida. New Smyrna breeze.' *-j- note is a the source thrifty of genuine conditions satisfactionto of F

4 ever Speaking of the work of this organization, the Tampa Times recently said: E. J. Loomis, national director of by towns. Advices from Taft neari indicate ,

? t' away "As a reward for faithful and well-directed efforts in behalf of the citrus the order, has organized a Moose lodge that new granite and canning '
The f fruit at Kissimmee. That city certainly factories may be added to that village '
many growers of the state, the Florida Citrus exchange is increasing in
j needed a !good live Moose lodge in the near future. A hotel
I very new i\
, often fall strength at a rapid rate, and there seems to be no doubt but that the efficient I Live Oak LXemocrat. or boarding house may also be built J\J

r ? arguments organization will have the privilege of handling a major portion of next -4- this summer, for the one hotel in that I ?

season's fruit crop. This being the case, a record will undoubtedly be made I The citizens of Kissimmee had wanted"GetTogether'dinner. .I prosperous town has proved totally ii I
so they a -
ting things that will cause even the most pronounced antagonist! of the exchange idea [I A feed will !get 'em Inadequate horde of winter to comfortably residents care for the
which
t 4 f \y that some to fall into line. Many of these antagonists have undergone decided changes !I' together when nothing else will.- steadily increasing every year.-Or-are

i much of view the past season and all growers now seem to realize that cooperationis !!,; Wauchula] Advocate lando Sentinel.
4>
Apparently an absolute necessity if they get a fair return for their labor." I I A 19,000-acre cattle ranch has been The Plant City- board- of trade has I

,t t I ; The The growers of Osceola county would do well to take up proposition started at Southport, Fla.] and fi.OOO( resolved against fishing on Sunday. :

nels. It offered by the exchange and realize for themselves some of the benefits that i head of cattle] have been purchased to Isn't this getting slightly outside, the J
stock the ]It is boasted that it
: ? the place. I jurisdiction of a board of trade.- '
i to others have obtained.
will be the best in the state.-Palm Tribune.
Tampa
tend Reach Post.
>- k
", but a Kissimmee is to have a rival in its Fourth of July celebration and barbecue. Kissimmee is -planning+- for a large First of all, Florida ought to live

'.fir ; clerks, Orlando has begun plans for a similar demonstration. cattle sale] on May 8-the first day of on buying her all own her resources.cured meats She and is most now '4

t ; board of the county fair at that city. The cattleto of her fresh meats from other states "i

town. By proclamation of Governor Trammell May 4 has been set aside as cattle be auctioned and about are one both hundred Florida range high- I when she has millions of acres of goodgrazing ; !

o. But "Bird Day" in Florida and special will be that day all land on which could be product p !
programs given on grade stock from Alabama.] -Palm *.I fine cattle for beef not only for
ness, who 0\ er the stale by Audubon societies and schools. II Beach Post.Kissimm I all Florida but to supply an immense vwf{
ever he n> -4- amount of beef
4 to other sections.)
t buy there. The board of trade of St. Petersburg is up and doing. In a special barbecue and sneaking to be held in I There is opportunity here to produce
deal that last week that town on May 8. When Kissim- I enough hogs to supply the pork ham
campaign to collect dues. $500 was realized. The board is planning' j' bacon and lard for Florida
and for
}II" no : a big advertising St. Petersburg before the world good I mee pulls off a stunt, believe me, it's I a i
campaign to put as a ",some stunt."-Macclenny Standard. large amount to be shipped to other
: close his place to live. There is a lesson in this statement for Kissimmee. II -<0>- sections. The cattle and hog industry
M About the livest weekly paper in alone, if developed in Florida, would
'
who, Bob Holly. of the Sanford Herald and Willis Powell, of (the Clearwater the state of Florida is the Kissimmee ly add to a the hundred wealth million producing dollars annual
Valley Gazette, under the management potentialities ,
I; paper t Sun are showering each other with compliments by way of suggesting each I of E. E. Naugle.] [The paper last of this state.-Florida Metropolis. f f0

; They do ( the other for the governors: chair. Brothers have you forgotten what happened week was chock-a-block with live local -
I Legislative
jokes
and l to most of the who tried land in office the news and such a paper issued each are very amusing
newspapermen to political at except to the man who has the joke ;+
week in the prettiest town in the state
the fact last primary? will do more toward the upbuildingof played on him, but sometimes there is 'j
customers e KIssimmee than anything else. a comeback on the part of the unfor-

the efforts So often hear the remark from business "We Success to the Valley Gazette.-Mac- tunate, as the following dialogue will
k,1i, we men : are not doing illustrate: "Mr. Mapoles, won't you
Standard.
s The much business now and can't afford to advertise." That's just the time to clenny <0-- vote for Forrest Lake for speaker of k r

}, a big advertise. As one writer has put it : "Newspaper publicity is the great business The Fourth district is now represented -I the house; he has had considerable "i frI.
experience and would make '
5 channels revivalist.: When conditions are not quite normal more publicity steam by its first congressman, lion. "a most excellent rr
presiding officer?
) i will set the wheels the normal W. J. Sears, of Kissimmee, who has "Who f'
pay taxes going again at pace. That Forrest Lake who was in the w''
not yet shown his ability, and it is
the 4,4,4 house last time!" exclaimed Mr. Ma-
that of the older
'i 1 week of One of the handsomest booklets issued by any county to advertise to the probable believe many because of his youth politicians poles, who faithfully fought for a ;
shoe bill in the last
session.
of every world its resources has just been sent broadcast by St. Lucie county. The and political untriedness that he must sir pure, 1 won't vote for him. Why"No, he y

s'' '. We booklet was printed by the t St. Lucie County Tribune and is a tribute to the of necessity make a failure. His is the man who wanted to amend my r
friends from of the district
parts \J'
J+'?' as he gets artistic ability of that paper's printing establishment. The booklet is die who are many here, say these politicians pure shoe bill by inserting the word t!!

9{, 1 for his : I tinctive and will do much to" place St. Lucie county before the world as one have a jolt coming to them when Jacksonville'horse' in front State.of the word shoe.-. +k l

w money by of Florida's progressive sections. Joe gets into his seat and they are 4 ,

1, ', e enthusiastically declaring that he will t
f argument fool everybody by making the best
H you not The Orlando Sentinel hits the nail on the head with good sharp well- congressman the state ever sent from I How to Build Up '
f directed blow the any district and that his reelectionis
I by his in following : "Talk prosperity forget war; build now,

; rf' the fact forget Belgium ; feed the doves of peace, starve the war dogs; plan for 1916, a sure development thing as a into result a strong of his certain and- I I KissimmeeBy 4

f 5 same discard 1915 ; consider your happiness cast aside gloom ; bury pessimism careful man.--J. McWhorter in

v --- -. So- cultivate sunshine encourage brotherly! love, dig i ,grave f for the hatchet ; be Florida Times-Union. j ClARK MOWtll

you as gr booster, cut out the knocking, aDd we'if have better little world to live in." -4-- .-
H. E. Swabey was in from Kissimmee .
s e *
houses last week and is sure the Osceola First, build the .
; and that ,
county
up
' ": J'e A week or two ago the Valley Gazette printed an editorial in which it authorities mean to meet the Orlando in return will build up Kissimmee., s

,Yf was stated that better times are here. There were some who read that state- brick road .::t the divisiofi of the county The majority of the northern farmers !

f Afr. ment with a "grain of salt." Some even turned up their noses at the very sug lines. Osceola county owes it to expect to see nearly all of the
Orange to keep the promise they madein land here in cultivation and unless we I
gestion. Since that time there have been further evidences
of
y returning this respect and should do so speedily get a little more vim and make a t .
prosperity. The stock exchange in New York, always considered the since Orange started her brick better .showing they are very apt- to ,"j.' -

% even get a barometer of business conditions, has shown a great activity during the past laving Citizen.on this through road.-Orlando pass us by and not locate. Even then

So it week. Prices are normal and in one day 1.300.000 shares changed hands. o tourists would be more interested if.i S .
they saw and better ..
'r .y W. That ought to be some indication that people have regained confidence and WOULD> BE THE FIRST STATE. ing and more more of them would crops stop grow at* 'o, .:. J.

and hat i in are. beginning to let loose. of their hoarded money. Regardless of-what action has beenor Kissimmee. Why not fall in line with \,
Plant City and strawberries ' .
grow t'
regard to will be taken on the subject the .
stated that Every business man in Kissimmee ought to attend every meeting of the Florida legislature should ask the fed- Kissimmee There are with hundreds of acres around "
drainage and ,
proper
4T i with hook board of trade. If you are one of the business men who finds fault with eral the congress constitution to pass of the the amendmentto United cultivation: that will grow berries as t '

+ - for : anything the board does all the more reason why you should be present at the States which will prevent the manu- good as the Plant City country. All

Mr. meetings. Did you ever stop .to realize that if the board does do things facture and sale of liquor in the Uni- we lack is the get-up to do what they .
are doing. The main
thing here is
e, Jl\ following wrongly, or does not do things that it should do that you, who do not attend tad- -States.. get out a large enough acreage to get to ,
If this done the :
were next
t 1 Board of are more responsible than those who do. If it is given to you to criticise, would know that Florida is congress alive to several buyers to buy them at our ;r "

t' :; : I perhaps you have more ability than some of those who attend If you have this question, for we believe no other railroad station. Also get the kinds of "

your it is your duty to the community to give it the benefit of your experience and state has, as a legislature, asked the plants which seem adapted to be and Klondyke grown in and Florida Missionary ,

waters of ability by attending the meetings and lending an effort to put into effect the federal National congress prohibition to take is a hand.the most mostly. The most of the-

of fifty things which you think should be done to better the community. ideal form of stamping out the liquor growers at Plant City told me they '

hook and s traffic, but while it is coming we i sent north early every spring and got .. .
t
new plants to I
Right here in Osceola there who ought to have the curse stamped out grow runners or plants j
i ; county are people are buying orange to set out in early fall. Some run their

E .. a large marmalades made in England. Speaking of just such a condition, the Miami in Let every the possible Florida manner.legislature, ask con- old plants over the second year with /1

"' Metropolis says: Orange marmalade "made in Ireland"and "sold in Florida" gress to take up this matter.--Jack good success and grow runners from Il l'

fi'' If I -here is an item for your careful consideration. In one of Miami's leading sonville State. rfist them of to September.set out in the fall by the .'; \

!I be grocery stores this product is pushed and sold with great success : "Royal 4SHAMPOO TONIC. My advice to any new beginner ,;
1 guard ;
a Scarlet brand Orange Marmalade, prepared in Ireland expressly for R. C. would be: Send at once and get at .

} what Williams & Co., New York ; and all through Florida there are oranges going Here is a good method for treat- least 1,000 if you expect to put out as {
like a ment to develop the bust: Lanolin, much as an acre. We have been getting ,--
\ to waste in the grovel I It has been figured out that the people of Florida pay
i
Klondyke and '
of entering one ounce; cocoa butter, one ounce; Missionary for :
out $37,000,000 for supplies that could be furnished by home $2.26 thousand
bond every year sweet almond oil, one ounce. Put a per with about forty 0
give industries, but "Orange Marmalade, made in Ireland! That's the limit! small bowl set in hot water until cents for express Strawberries seem 5.
ii i "!melted. Beat together and cool. Each to stand lots of bad weather and still

", alone and night, after laying hot cloths on the give good returns. I would suggest ,
THE CROP PEST BILL. citrus canker, for instance would have nook and chest rub it in by massaging ourj"eale"ute and other business men
1 done much for the upbul,ding of the R.-ntly and thoroughly in a circular or Kissimmee put out as much as.p ",
For The whole future of the agriculturaland state if.it had been spent in constructive direction for fifteen minutes acre each and give the cause a boos'!'. :.".
"
j ii, f about the horticultural interests of Floridaare instead of destructive lines. Keep all the mall pieces of toilet If we show the goods this fall and ..

t} county\ tied up in the crop pest bill now The crop pest bill has very few open soap in a .iar when too small to use. winter I believe the northern farm- t
y 4. J know pending before the state legislature. opponentsThere are indications that for any other purpose. When the jaris ers will stop here and boost in the
we The enactment of this law is of supreme it is being fought quietly by a groupof about half f> II. put the soap>> into a future. I expect to double my acreage 'f.
i' country in importance to every interest in politicians, however. These men deep granite pan, pour over this about making about three acres'next '
p want him ; Florida. may feel that their pickings will be three pinta of water aiid ore teaspoonful fall. This would be my way to 'start

f' gj enjoy our The bill provides ample protection decreased by the amount of money of powdered borax and let the mix in to make bread for the farmer 'and
against the introduction into the state that it is proposed to expend for the ture boil until the soap is dissolved. boost Kissimmee. Let us hear from : '
When he of pests affecting farm Had protection of the farmers of the state. When cool add one cup of bay rum. others. CLARK HOWELL. lif k'

and .. there been such any a law in crop.existence The task of a plant inspector involvesa Put into a jar and use as desired. DISINFECTING I 1. "' ,,

: thought. of the fruit growers of the state would lot of hard physical work and for This is not only a delightful shampoo, -TELEPHONES. ,; "; :
this reason jobs under the new law but a splendid tonic well. g "c'
: But have been saved the loss of half a as Many a woman housed by a cold .
million dollars due may not be very much in demand. 4 amuses herself /i
s or more to the introduction and attends to necessary .
strangers The business men, whom believeto NOVEL EFFECT IN RIBBON
we "
[ into Florida of citrus canker business over the But '
constitute the of the jf +,' ,
should majority
r : we two or three years ago. legislature when all the rest of the family comes.' : :
should not be influenced Ribbon In
by trimmings
millinery
make it continue down with like
a It has cost more to bring this one selfish colds, she wonders
,'\ no signs disease under control than the pro- any bill. opposition* to the crop pest in high regard. Very narrow how they caught it, because she has ,J" ,.t-
grosgrain effects remain in use and "not kissed ,
law auybody. '"
posed will call for in "
a period of
Every voter who wants to see agricultural there is a growing amount of favor ,
Nobody thinks
several and canker has of the of
years not yet mouthpiece
: i. Florida >> should immediately shown to
fancy-edged novelties. Wide
% been eradicated from the state. There write prosper the telephone, and yet where is there .- J ;; ,
or wire the membersof soft faille ribbons in fair
: are esteem
are any number of other diseases of a more convenient harbor than that ,,1 .
the
legislature who him for the
decoration
represent of tailored and of for breathed
plant life which germs into it
are costing the state from no-. '
asking them to vote for this bill. It semi-dress hats. PI
and throat .
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T
f:.
annually hundreds of thousands of T ,
has been :
favorably reported by the Flowers in small .
compact The "
arrange- ,
dollars that household ,
\ might have been prevented average does not; I ,
agricultural and 4g
I j the : appropriations com- ment are used liberally on the more even think of '
by an adequate crop pest law at mittees of both houses. The dusting out the transmitter : 'i : ..
i Walter H. enact- elaborate twp s of hats and to a mod- and it ;
that time cleaned
4 \ they were first introduced.The ment of the measure into law will be erate extent oh tailored hats. occasional is only upon the '", .., "n;\ ,
visits
; I text The farmers and fruit growers are assured if the members of the legislature For the tailored hat, however, wings from the of the repair man' '"' (} '>:Ifr

:' ; ,. could be.. no more concerned in this matter, in learn that their constituents demand and quills have taken a strong bound matter of fact telephone it company. 'As a ,rFf .. '!.
its final I should be washed out 'r' '' "
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than ,
analysis! other business it. Do not fail to communicatewith Into popularity, the .y
; Goods
ourselves says Dry ,
; f interests. manufacturers frequently with dillinfectants.",'E.en ,t "" :, ;..
c it The merchants Bankeit your representatives and senators Economist. They are used in varied the earpiece is benefitted an' Y'ros,1 .'.
lines of industry quickly. The vote" likely to betaken arrangements, including the : ; by ceca. J... ,.y.
flat
t| A Jo are hurt by anything which affects the early this week. So'that it will and the very high effects. very Various hair sional and wipe,of as it rests against t.he, c+.,'.. *-J-

i r -.0. th.. i The agricultural that prosperity of Florida. be better to wire than to"write. -Florida compact feather novelties are also in to say nothing ear everybody of visitm' in the.workjnen house.; ,: 4 ; / ;. 1'"
money has gone to fight Metropolis. evidence. I aye "
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1 mart cotton frock of,this ..'

Woman's$:Worid' I F Sand '(Color iB'\Now\ _' the"Latest FadBy Cottons in, Fascinating, .Designs ons'i even If frock one pays need a not bit be more expensive than season usual and( .%

7 if 1
one content with a charming In ,

I ( M AYBELLE; MORTIMER.) aw..t' Scented G. .. Worfcbasket. The material for cotton and linen of a double /triple skirt wfthout 'the this.xpa season stuff the material even in
w I frocks, both domestic and bother of of full skirts, . cost..but. a ,
I've just returned from "Seeing The pretty; basket shown In the Illustration imported achieving the reality or one mall '
a sum
A Woman Who H.. Had American Shops First" tour and I saw 1s made of the lovely sweet have never been more fascinating, ..n4ch may cut the scallops and have three ;

n. Two Distinct Professions., so many stunning things a. I toured grasses which emit a moat agreeableA _and prettier week seems patterns to bring than out before.lovelier it separate that "'flounces. if one prefer to use NEW 'FLANNEL.. 11
about with notebook, in band .y.r '
weather which U fashion, my Imported cottons are high priced as Voile marked off into squares by fine New flannel should; always be put to 1, t
wide eye for new notions my; in spring eye compared with the domestic goods, and cord lines and embroidered with dot oak In cold water for a few hours be

e raiment open that I must take my pen in for all ordinary tub frocks purposes it or tiny sprig In each square are among fore it is used. Then wash In a warm
hand this instant and tell :you all is perfectly possible to find satisfactory the imported cottons but really It is lather to remove the dressing rinse 1
about tbem.FiratSand. things among American-made useless to attempt description. The and dry In a windy: but not a sunny
color leads all other materials. Certainly this season American designs must be seen to be appreciated. place. Flannel washed in this way..
colors this manufacturers have made a great. does not harden nor shrink.
spring. leap forward to becoming the recognized The latest wrist mall '
bag are and
Second-Pockets on street suits are rivals of There aret too, hundreds of delect-
of
foreign makers made
nov- of faille silk
the latest kink in styles.Third elty and fancy designs. able domestic ,cottons. In these one

-Buttons are as popular as The imported cottons of the highest finds many quaint cross bar effects in .- -- .
pockets-and lastly, your & suit quality are chiefly in fine voiles and voile and other sheer stuffs.' Some 00.. . ... . .
must have a side-pleated skirt. crepes, and the variety achieved is times a hair line of color checks off' . .. .. ......

... As to the sand colors you hear so amazing. Openwork effects are skillfully the white ground and then are M. TILLER : ''
I much about, they run all the way introduced in myriad exquisite stripes of all widths and groupings, w
from dull brown-sugar tints to the OONVKHIKHT' HOUSEHOLD AXTIOIJS. ways and bordered cottons galore. Dots '
warp prints are shown, the '
pale yellow of a kindergarten sand- I the Real Estate Apency. 'I
long
I odor. The one shown Is lined with finest of crepes are woven with self- f.mlffar"n&h.ms among
I pile, and you'll .find them in all materials { there are this .
covert, shantung, serge and flowered silk and equipped with ..11aewln& needlework color designs tracery that look in like cobwebby threadon some plsldings more beautiful than year NN. n l :1 3

I gabardine, which is very nice for the appurtenances. the surface. gossamer usual, especially certain effects' In Realty bought and sold ,

girl with rose leaf complexion, but I Curious designs some of these, shades of violet black, ,white and Houses rented
ale to think of the effect those sandy Chinese landscapes jlr.y.All'. -
eOOOOtOOOOOOOOOO.OO.ootO" quaint and figures Taxes paid and Tides verified ,
tints will have her sister whose
on 0 O queer little sketching jungle picturesof white is to be more than ever
complexion harmonizes with her sand WOMEN'S ACTIVITIES. O palms and prowling tigers and modish this summer and there is lit- for non-residents. at
color suit--sallowness and sandiness 4 0 trumpeting elephants and tall grasses. erally no end to the novelties of Fire Life and Accident In

make a combination fatal to beauty. .OOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOONew The patterns are all in one tone and weave and design in the white cotton., surance. .
But fashion' motto seems to be fashionable the little figures are sketched in the while all of the, old favorite are ready i: !
and let beauty take care of York city is to have a free finest possible thread outline. One as well. Indemnity Bonds. .

itself i school for actresses. can hardly make out than Little
M C ; more al trimming is needed for the J
I'll describe one of these models in
vague broche design at a distance, ,
San Francisco has thirty-two women
I the new shade which was typical of a i I but close examination shows the de ----------- ,
dozen others I saw. It was gabadinc, deputy election assesoHrs.
and military in style with close . M sign. The Place Where You Always Save Money
fitting I There are over 300 women architects Similar weaves in less amusing designs 1 ,,
coat belted in with cartridge belt of have conventionalized and
I in the United States. tree
mouse color suede. Gold rimmed but- . e flower and fruit springs. The FAIR PLAY MEAT MARKET ;
tons big grandmother's thimble
as Oregon has ten women publishersand There are beautiful yellows and old ,
and four large, pleated pockets, two twenty-one female plumbers. ivory tones, soft porcelain blues, nITS
above and two below the belt line, M M M grays cool gray greens, orchid shad-
completed the military effect. The Women in Saxony vote on the same ings, rose hues in these cottons, and CHEAPER TO BUY QUALITY GOODS THAN PAY DOCTOR BILLS. '
skirt was cut in straight lines pleated terms with the men. there are beautiful color combinations w fN
at the aides. too, notably effective buff yellows
some :
A much paler shade of "sand" was Over one-half of the total factory with designs in delft blue. SPECIAL THIS WEEK-FINE SPRING FRYERS. r
the tailored down forces in Japan are women.:
severely shantung
The sheerest and softest of delicate :
trimmed with patent leather collars GET YOUR MEATS FROM THE "HOME "
Maid servants in Berlin earn on an pink or yellow or orchid crepes has a OF CLEANLINESS.
and cuffs and narrow patent belt. Likemost average of $6 per month. border of fine white tracery design, I m
other coats of the season, this
C M M with scallop edge, and this scallop
one was semi-fitted"fit"that is, there was French women are considered the and tracery appears twice lengthwise, Phone 245 JOE POWERS 12 a o
just enough of to outline the ,
leaders in the art of cookery. so that one may obtain the appearanceSEEDS Avenue
figure. The skirt had the ultrafashionable C M C : ';

I:' straight panels back and front Births increased over 6,000 in New -- ,
with flat inverted pleats at the sides. York city during the last year. ... N
i Although that mainstay of every ""V : : :'>>t''WJ''f.r.::: ::::: .:
woman's wardrobe, the blue serge tail- Women now have the right to sit """" "

ored suit i it outshone by the new in the New Zealand parliament.
shades of sand and putty it's still C iW' ,
with us greatly glorified The Ohio Farm Women's club has We carry all the leading varietiesof /

with brocaded linings, ornamental sixty-six clubs in e thirty-one* counties Farm, Field and Garden Seed that \ 1 t1 r'

buttons, silk sleeves and silk pep- Most Egyptian girls marry when have been tested and known to be Get '

lums. Shepherd plaid is exceedingly they are twelve or thirteen years of adapted to this soil and climate. We -- .
popular but not exactly practical for can fill your order immediately for
age and seldom later than sixteen. Absolute Protection
h the girl who must wear her street suit e e e new cron of all varieties of Now a
"every ,day and Sunday." school acf-
J) Liverpool girls ate now
'1'1 Seed Beans, Seed Potatoes, English
lasa BKSIB D. WOLra ing as telegraph messengers in the
It is not necessary to remove skins postoffice department. Pes, Cucunroer, Tomato, SepperSeed ,

New York and tbe United State from tomatoes when in hot water. e e Egg Plant Etc. for your valuable. Do not wait until
have Leave them in the hot water long If the suffrage amendment is adopted -
many Interesting women to their Heed Corn, Kaffir Oonj, Millet Beggar burglars come or flre start
credit, but enough to loosen the skin, then place in New Jersey women will not be I y t
they are usually women them on Ice. When it's time to Weed Seed Etc. 1
their
serve compelled to tell I age. Sorghum ,
who bare made of the skins off I Our Vault Is Fire and Burglar Proof. p
a specialty one profession come easily, leaving the e e OOW PEAS ALL VARIETIES
"-- and have won distinction. there tomatoes smooth and firmer than in Fifty-one per cent of the women Safe Deposit Boxes for real
the old way. employed in the department storesOf Rhodes Natal and Sudan Grass Seed. .
by. Miss De Wolfe Is In thst
unique New York city earn less than $7 Complete Stock of garden and field
she left the stage when a star and hu per week. seeds, poultry feed and supplies incubators $3 and $4 per year -- .'
ince devoted herself to interior dec erly done to be effective. On this subject e e etc.

orating. Mlse De Wolfe lives with a Miss De Wolfe says: Emmy Destine the opera singer, is Write for our spring catalogue and r

friend Miss Elisabeth Marbury, In a To me the most beautiful wall is to become already an applied American for citizen her having first- weekly price list on poultry feed, etc.

the plain and dignified' painted wall, Oldest established and seed
bouse which was originally! a font papers. largest
; and broken Into graceful panels by the use M s> house in Florida.E. .
tory basement bourne of
t pinkish of narrow moldings, with lighting fixtures Grand Duchess Marie of Luxem- *
brown A. MARTIN SEED COMPANYNo.
stone
and had an ugly: stair CITIZENS BANK ;
carefully placed and every picture berg,,who is only twenty-one years of s
from the street to the front door. and mirror bung with classic pro. age is the youngest ruler in the 206 East Bay: St. uu t
Uiss De Wolfe Bay: : world. JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA.
dales: This waU is Just as appropriate
",,.. "I wanted to prove to my: friends to the six room.cottage aa to the SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUS
wrI that it was possible to take one of, the TREATMENT
tirenty; room bouse. If I could alwaysfind :
darkest and of houses
grimiest city: and I
perfect walls I'd always paint
make It an abode of sunshine and .. "
them and never use a yard of paper. DIRECTORS .
light and I wanted to furnish the
Painted walls, when very well done, DONEGAN
whole house exactly: a. I pleased-for AT.UllfL: JOHN R. BRONSON '
are dignified and restful and most san -
-" once!" Make % A. W. GUSTUS '
itary. Tbe trouble is that too few plasterers J. K, IIILUARD '' '
The first thing she did
was to tearaway know bow to smooth tbe wall
tbe front stoop and give the surface and too few workmen know
house an entrance door Just below the bow to "
apply paint properly. the Farm

street from the level.hall Tbe was stairway torn out running and the up venture Mlas. De In Wolfe New York is interested city: which In a I.new.. as ) ::::::::: '.:::::,O::::::,: w::::.:::

whole front of the house thrown into
one milD remarked one day, "the greatest
tbe drawing room, the staircase being thing In New York." It is a roof i Pay

rebuilt In the center of the bouse.. It garden called the Strand Root Garden, OOOOO OOOOOOOOO.OOO..O.O.OO..O..O..O.O........ X {

lies ben called "The Little House of which is run on the cafeteria plan. But .. I I A WISE MAN
Many Mirrors," for mini of Its First qf all, the farmer must '1. .r
spaciousness be
dancing can enjoyed there at noon ,.. carries sufficient FIRE INSUR. ,, k;.
and obiirm IM the effect of by shopgirls or any working girl or be a business man: ., ANCE to protect his property '
skillfully manngiMl r<'lJ l''tI 0118. young man absolutely free of charge. while he is living. and ample LIFE
is
Farming
The stair bindings lire most Ingeniously Tbe place is wonderfully decorated in manufacturing food and food products and the INSURANCE to protect his family

planned There are landings I pale green. and soft creams, and each farm and farm equipment constitute the plant. la the event of hie death. He 4 +

that lend directly from the stairs Into little table has Its vase of llell.oonable'' Competition also insures his earning capacity:
is keen
the room. of each floor, ami\ back of flowers A chaperon is always thereto m and it requires business methods to make 1 1 by taking out an ACCIDENT and

one of the mirrored mnlr walls there Is j' take charge of the manners of tbe money. HEALTH POLICY. Be on the r

a little balcony, connecting tbe rooms place.S.H.BULLOCK. The I cafe side.We .
parcels post has opened the way to wider markets. write all lines of INSURANCE -
on that floor, that In a pilmte' passage-
way. Rural telephones, trolleys and mail delivery have brought/; unlim- I that insures and carfares. y
None but RELIABLE old
line cos*-
In tbe dining room Miss De Wolfe Is ited opportunity for doing business. patties In this agency.D. .

guilty of u trick, but it Is a very clever You need one thing G. WAGNER
and pretty trick. The two windows In more- J7g ;, 4 Second Floor Cllliens Bank BIdg.Kisslnmee .

this room are obviously windows by Fla.

day, but at night two sliding doors of REAL ESTATE The L. C. Smith & Bros.Typewriter

mirrors are drawn, Just. RS a curtain ......--..-....-.......-. -- -
would be drawn to 011 the window
spaces. This hi a little bit tricky, but INSURANCEExamination \ .......oo.oo.oooo.oo..o..o.. ....... .

Jt Is a very: good trick.
The walls of this bouse are painted of Titles a

a dull French gray, and there la no paper Typewritten CHOICE OF 5 TOURIST I r
at alL It la not a shining paint. Specialty. correspondence will give/; you a prestige andenable TRAINSr

but of a dull finish that has to be. propDRESSMAKING -- you to get higher/; prices.

CorresDondenca Solicited. Your" son or daughter/; can learn to operate the L. C. Smith NORTH AND WEST"DixU

& Bros. typewriter in a short time and incidentally be getting: a Flyer.," ? -"Dixie LWta4," L r

----- business education. ..Se...... LLarfteiT f" '

Our pleasant stay through the win- Book of instruction free. _th AduUc Limited w"Mo.tg..ery

ter in Kissimmee causes us to return Reate"via
and wish to inform my friend. and

customers that I am permanently lo- --.--------..-..Mail.........this....___ooupo....''''''..m '
cated. I will do dressmaking and all *

kinds of sewing. i tTME jrPRUDENTIAL PIe... send me :your free book about typewriter i
,
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tore give them a domestic education.I Name at
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r'S chon, Marion Porter; The Major who are ageing and are on the shady SEEMS CERTAIN' STATE THEATERSDixUt ;
.. Lysle! Mile Perrichon Gwen- slope and now that war with its dread .
Notes dolyn Crow.T: Daniel Savary, suitorto alarms In our 'country is over and before
J. I Il Society Mlle. Perrichon Joe Johnston; Ar- 1, us is the great and I'rievou.stru&gle . ; Dixie Theater. ..
mand Desrouches, rival to Daniel : for power and conquest across WIELNELPHtiSEMINOLES The program for today and Saturday
-4 Lawrence Griffin; Ticket Agent andPeanut the seas. We can boast we are>one at; the Dixie is especially strong, ,, ,
(Mattie Belle Harris, Editor.) Proprietor, Hudson Bass; Por- nation and one flag.-Circle'Secretary. being ai follows: ,
ter, Nelson MakInson; Landlady of LARGE Friday, "Double Crossing of Slim" "
t Hotel, Lenore Fortner; Waiting Maid .O.OOOOOOOt Oo LAND, GRANT-MRS. WILLSON. a one reel Reliance; "On Account! of
Request b made to all patrons of the Valley Gazette to send. Items Lucille\ Pike; Elderly Maiden Traveler, + OF KISSIMMEE PLEASED AT a Dog' one reel Princess: "His Sister's -" rq
4 NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. 0 kiddies reel Thanhauser .
the Editor for publication in theM cohunniIff. Etta Wlther pon. FINAL RESULT OF LABORS FOR one ;
of society events to . 4v comedy; "The Citrus Canker Its.
CHILDREN'S PARTY. OOO OOO OOO OOt REDMAN. Treatment. and Progress of Eradication

moioioieioioioifl totfrfr+ ++0 10 10 1 0 I 01 0 1 0 10 10 10 10 101 Mrs. W. L. Paulk will entertain CALL TO THE LAYMEN. Tallahassee ;" and "Across Florida by
I a number. of little ones Satur-: April 22.-After years Water." The two last named picturesare
LAUNCH RIDE. SOCIAL MEETING.The I day quite afternoon in honor of the sixth Our next meeting be at the of unrelenting effort in behalf of the single reels produced under the
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I'' I The members of a of the Osceola High achool are to be and Teachers' Literary club was held Evelyn. :S o'clock. There will ba: an election in Florida Mrs. Minnie Moore Willson.of association and are self-explanatory.
si, entertained tonight with a launch1' ride at the Chnpter House on Friday after- I ". ". of officers and other important busi- Kissimmee has cause to feel grat- They will be accompanied by a lec-

e by the members of the Eleventh grade noon, April 16. A pleasing programwas PYTHIAN SISTERS.Mrs I nc'ss to be transacted, and it is earnestly itude that rene for that tribe will ture on the canker subject by Frank 1
". ranged by Mrs. John Overstrect Stella ))onpJran and Mrs. J. II I desired that every man and bovin soon be furnished by the state of Whitman, of Tampa. One-half of the
t, r l MISS BOY!), HOSTESS. and Mrs Joe Griffin, hostesses of th..1 I Prather delightfully entertained th. KisKimmee should be present and Florida.A proceeds of the performance will go v, ..
i( Miss Marie Boyd dleightfully enter- (((Rain who served delicious punch I! members of the I'ythian Sisters and I assist in laying plans for a greater measure has been presented in to the growers' association.
t stained a few of her friends at dinner and cake. After the following profiam a few friends Thursday afternoon at work than has been done heretofore. too house by Representative Wilson, of Saturday, "The Man at the Key"
Sunday evening{ at her home on Verona - I' : was given ; Instrumental< solo, | t the home of Mrs (1'rather on uppciHroudwnv Come out and spend one short; hour Manatee, that is conservative enough two reel Domino; "Hogan Out West,"'
t7r street Covers were laid. for Sits' .1.1V Pientis; paper, How Can The house was tastefully I with, us, bring a Friend with you, and in its provisions to meet with almost a Keystone comedy; the second episode -
MisHes Ethel Gilbert, Kathleen Bonr We Influence Our Boys Mrs W. BMakinson I deoriterl) with roars and ferns 1'IK- I let us make it a meeting worth while. universal approval of the legislature. of the "Exploits of Elaine;" and
I t ; den, Maurine Dann, Messrs, Leon ,Es ; vocal] solo Miss Alma {Unf; ladies carried their fancy work and "(;.ocl is< calling you will you respond, The bill provides for the appointmentof three other reels.
I tey Walter Thomas, Ralph H,'arden fin; pa)pel' r, Our Modern Mothers, Mrs the afternoon was very pleasantK and give your best efforts to the trustees to have charge of land Monday the third episode of Elaine
4 I and Lawrence Griffin.. . R. M, l Lvnnsocal; solo] Mrs. J. W I' spent sewing and chatting The following I Mi(ssed Lord and Master? Much good that t the bill will grant to the Seminoles will be shown. This serial is drawing c'
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)141 Y CAMPK1RE C.IKI.S. Prtntis[ ; r""ltation. Mrs Earl Lupfer; i I program/ was rendered during work can be done if we but band our- for a permanent home, and it is much interest and promises wellto
OSKITO I Gills and reading! Boys 'That Ale Wanted, Miss the afternoon : Vocal solo, Mrs K. PButler 'v.l\es together and use our best en- believed the bill will be passed speed- be the best serial of the cinemato-
S I IS'', The Oskito Miss Elizabeth Campfire ("arson and N (', Bryan ; song, America chorusof ; reading, Mrs. S. G;. Ragsdale; d"lIvo'M to spread the Gospel] to the ily and become law. graph yet produced. A reel of Col.!
t a guardian hike lust Friday liov, K. Among! those present were vocal solo, Mrs W. L. Paulk ; reading, / best of our ability We are depending Two years ago a bill was introduced Heeza Liar and three other reels will t
Miss Powell enjoyed a i!
,A s Y I afternoon About dark a pH'nlct. . about twenty young boys who were | Mrs .1.I I E: Lupfer Dainty refreshments I on you, dear friend. Will you respond and passed of that granted an immensearea accompany the exploits in making up '
Misses Norma especially invited. \ to the meeting Theauljet of i ice cream and cake wncse to the (cull W.lI. .JO.NE.S. Chairman. lands in the Everglades to the day's program
t. lunch was served by \ wits of especial interest to \eel the Indians! but the measure was Tuesday a magician, fire-eater and
Those \ '
Griffin and Violet Bullock. in them * I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. vetoed by the governor at the close of vaudeville performer will hold the

4 the party were Misses Violet Bullock, V IIII MRS LEE ENTERTAINS. Sunday school !):45 a. m Preaching the session. The objections advancedto boards with the pictures while on
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it Norma Griffin, Lucite Downing WOODMEN( : SOCIAL CIRCLE. Mrs John M l Lee and Miss MildredIxe I 1 st'rvi..e 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. the measure before was that the Wednesday Lew Fields, famous comI )
E tie Stanford Ada Louise Stanford Simpson and The quarterly social of the Wood- entertained at tea Thursday after- i i Pastor A. J. Holt will preach in the number of acres called for was too I I edian wil l be seen in "Old Dutch,'* a
Ellen Ansted, Margaret large, in fact it was asserted that the I world feature production of five reels.
Malcolm
Muriel Prentis. mep of the World) and Woodmen Circle noon in compliment to Mrs. : morning on "The Opportunities of Jerusalem -
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e ". was given Tuesday night at Fraternity Waring' and Mrs Z N. Parker who ." At flight there will be rendered in not own to that extent Casino. t
ts 9 U I FIVE HUNDRED Hall with the I'ythian Sisters as especial are visiting at their attractive home. a missionary program The the section that was stipulated. The Casino is now running nightly ..
But this is
x The ladies of St. John's guild gave !guests About 1 150 were present The afternoon was very pleasantly! 'members of the church are urged to overcome in the bill now with pictures of merit. Another big
) a card party in the parlors of the and a very pleasant evening{ was spent in social conversation] Mrs :i attend these services. All others will pending. show will be given Saturday night.
t hotel, seven tables hp-ont Orchestra music was furnished Weaver sang several selections] which be welcomed! Mr.. Minnie Moore-Willson of Kis The house is using a policy of com-
Il : The Grajstone first prizes were won bya Miss.i by the kindness of J. I). Woodl..ckwlth'MiJiK were greatly<< enjoyed Mrs I I. W. I ". ". simmee, is known the country over as bining quality and quantity. in its
] the Mary Dixon at the piano. Barber rendered two piano numbers CATHOLIC CHURCH.Il an author and champion of the cause 1 rogress.
; .; Richards and Mr Alexander se< of the members of the
ond prizes by Miss Turville and Mr. Mayor May, council commander, madea that pleased the guests to a marked Father Fox, of Orlando, will inole tribe remaining, and many a column of Sem-interesting FRILLY PETTICOATS.The .
y few appropriate remarks on wood degree I come to Kissimmee
sl Warn consolation prizes Mrs Norris Saturday, April
; data has been
; io List of craft and expressed\ fraternal s..nti-I Those present were Mrs. H C. Stan J4! Will have devotions and confes- published by new petticoats measures two
a and Mr. McPherson guests her in
their
'Ie e tl f included Mesdames Thurman, Henry ine-nts for the I'ythian Sisters anti I ford, Mrs t' A CarRon. Mrs. S. II/ I Sunday at K a. m. Sunday school at interest.Woman's yards at the foot and have scant
Bullock Knights\ of P>thias. Mrs George Bullock Mrs S, W Downing, Mrs I I. ''II a. m. If any other services will Clubs Take Up Cause. flounces reaching to the knee over an
t Stanford, Johnston Livingston Misses- Saunders guardian of the circle, announced I W. Barber, Mrs !Edgar; Katz, Mrs be announced at mass After the vote of the Seminole land underlay of the material trimmed "
Clark, Porter Bandy the number Katz Mrs P. K. Weaver bill two Mrs Willson set with lace or embroidery. Day petti-
program every Howard sions at 7:30;: p. m. Will say mass years ago ..
h I Turville Richards and Porter, Messrs of which was well rendered and heartily j Mrs Nat "arson, Mrs J, M. Lee, Mrs I V v ePRESBYTERIAN out to interest the women's clubs of coats are of pussy willow silk or of ..rI
''M1IR Ward Alexander, Hopkins, Gregory applauded. Refreshments of cake Malcolm Waring, Mrs. 7. N. Parker CHURCH. Florida in the work of providing goldenrod satin with accordion plaited ,
'< \ Clark, Bains McPherson. A dainty and punch were served. The tables] Misses Virginia Makmson Anne and ,I In addition to the regular program homes for the Indians, and it now I flounces or gathered flounces trimmed -
luncheon was served.' were prettily decorated The program Elizabeth ('arRon. Mary Carson and at this church Sunday Otto Fischerwill appears to have brought results Many with plaited quillings of the material i

.A 1 1 l HOUSE PARTY. was as follows: Selection orchestra; Virginia Tiller I sing{ at each service. people, however, do not know that \. Evening petticoats are of 11
reading, "Daddy's Dinner Pail," Miss C M there are approximately 600 of the crepe de chine and have filmy ruffles :\
Mrs. Andre Van der Meersch. en- ENTERTAINS KR G. A. R. blooded Seminoles in chiffon trimmed with ,
1 Frances Rexford ; song, "Afterwards. TO STOP CHIMNEYS SMOKING. pure the ex- or tiny roses or .j
tertained Monday evening in honor of Miss Spier; reading, "The Little Mrs. Francis Van Duser gave a I trem southern part of Florida and flounces of the beautiful though perishable -
her house guest, John P. ShaJ Freckle-faced] Girl," Miss Lorene Don- most cordial and delightful entertain Thousands of chimneys, both large that they have been roaming about silver threaded lace. Gathersare
dick of Birmingham, Ala. The evening .egan ; selection orchestra; reading, ment Saturday April 17, at her beau- and small frequently smoke and prove that section for years, each season reducing eliminated in all petticoats at the
a hours flew merrily with music, social "The Origin of Beethoven's Moonlight tiful home in honor of the G. A. It. I a great annoyance. Quite a number their supply of game, and mak- hips a smoothly fitting closing witha
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r converse and dancing. A delic- Sonata," Mrs. Lupfer; song, "The post and ladies of the GAR., numbering of remedies have been advocated, but ing their condition more critical. The snapfastener or two to hold the
; ious buffet luncheon was served durIng Lighthouse 1 Light," Mr. Prentis; selection about forty; serving dainty few of these are successful\ United States government has had Dr. petticoat in place being the favored
I the evning. The guests included orchestra refreshments in a most unique and The greatest hindrance to a chim- A. P. Spencer as agent for the Indians style.
r Mr. and Mrs Edgar Katz, Mr and IInRAMATlC e e I patriotic manner. Her friends who I ney drawing as it should is the ac- for some tim@', and through his
1 t Mrs Gay Livingston, Mrs Braid, the CLUB FORMED.I I know her best, are aware that she is cumulations of soot which cling to the good offices some assistance has been

e, f Misses Makmson, Miss Tracy, Mrs. The Kissimmee School Dramatic a most loyal and patriotic woman and I interior of chimneys and flues, and rendered, but the fact that the Indiana A Safe
w': Bullock, Mrs Norris Miss Dixon, Mr. club recently organized by students I is ever ready to do generously and clog up stove pipes. have no lands that they can call Cough RemedyFOR
I and Mrs. Woodbeck, Mr. and Mrs. of the college, will give its first playat I magnanimously for the old boys. Af- Many fires have been caused by the their own and that they move from ,
Ragsdale, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Katz an early date introducing to Kissimmee I ter the refreshments were served a I burning out of the soot which accumu- place to place from season to season, BABY
Messrs Shaddick, Bryan, Miller people the delightful French son by Commander La Londe and a lates and disagreeable odors and and has made their existence meager Avoid all
habit-forming
+ t'. Glenn Doglo, Attwood, Harper, Simpson comedy of Labi'he-Martin. "The Voyage -I recitation by Miss Lenore Van Duser unhealthy atmosphere are frequently Missionaries from the educated choosing a remedy drugs forBaby's /1'1'whpn "
\ Gardner and Russell of Monsier Perrichon was rendered with pleasing effect. produced in houses where soot is burn- tribes of Seminoles that were trans- .
know that
sr .. in ported to Oklahoma and Indian territory cough absolutely
The dramatic club was organized a The ever present picture man arranged ing chimneys.All
''r, t FIVE HUNDRED CLUB. few days ago by Prof B. C. Angled us in the way best suited that a this danger and unpleasantness by the federal government have it contains no morphine, chloro- '.

t i '" Mrs. S. II Bullock and ""Mrs. Gay as a continuation of the entertainment most perfect likeness could be had as may be avoided by the use of small been visitors to the Seminoles of Florida ] -I form Insist, or alcohol this information
on being
r Livingston delightfully entertained the policy of the school based on an advertising it was the wish of Mrs. Van Duser potatoes which arc, as a rule, almost and many of the natives of this
t ,- members of the Five Hundred club idea, and One also, of social that she might have it before she worthless for any other purpose. state have become modern in their I given you don't at the time of your purchase -
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t and a few friends last Friday afternoon service to the community. The student went north for the summer. While If burned a few at a time every day ideas.If I remedies- of questionable experiment formula
x at the Kissimmee Country club. body compose the club and will be directed none were as handsome as in the or two, these will prevent soot collect- the plan advocated by Mrs Will- I
-secure a remedy that acts
The rooms were prettily decorated by Professor Anstc-ci, who as a years agone there would be no wishto ing in the flues. son and purposed to be fullled by the the on
j with pinks, sweet peas and roses, carrying professional actor in Paris and Lon- criticise the artist- All in attend- Even the potato peelings, which are bill now pending becomes effective this I that cought merely and deadens cures the it, not and one .ji :
r out the color scheme of pink and don for five years, guarantees the' ance were members of the post or usually cast into the garbage can, if year the remnant of the Seminoles affords relief. parts i iI
(- s white. Mrs Howard Katz won the organization success in its enterprise. circle except Mrs. Potter, of Fred- burned in a stove or furnace will help now in this state will soon become as i I temporary t

r i club prize, a hand painted cream and The work of the club seems certain erickstown C)., who is a guest at the keep the pipes and flues free; from the worthy citizens of the Flower stateas I NYAL'SBaby .
'Y. sugar bowl. The guest prize, iced to be above that of the average I' home of her sister, Mrs Belle Modie. usual accumulations of soot. Try this have the charges of the governmentin 'Cough Syrup
9 tea coasters, was won by Mrs. Porter, amateur. As the sun was lowering in the west plan if you want to enjoy better western states. I
r and the consolation price a sugar Rehearsals have started already we, with one accord, gave an expression health and protect your property from Much credit is due Mrs. Willson for acts on the cough directly, relievesall }
+' : shaker, by Mrs. Allen. Delicious refreshments and the production will be presentedprobably that nothing was left undone to fire. the work she has pursued against an J irritation, removes all depositsand t
'' of sandwiches, a salad about the middle of May. make our meeting a most enjoyable. unfavorable sentiment, and the measure cures the cough in the short- _
,course served in ,pastry baskets ice The dramatic personnae is cast, as occasion and hoping that Sister Van I now in the house should have est time possible. Baby is never ..

I. 'scream, punch and cake were served. follows: M. Perrichon Professor An- Duser may live to return to a.I us re- CATTLEMEN OPPOSE speedly passage. i fretful sleep.and enjoys. a sound, healthful ". '. ,'

LIVE STOCK BILL Contains no opiates whateverand .I."
Salt Lake City, Utah.-Charles S.
.J" (Continued from Page One.) Zane former law partner of Abraham can be given with perfect .:,$1 .'
'" .. I Lincoln was found dead -in his bed- .rety-baby will) like it, too. ': ,
.' room here. Apoplexy. He left Illinois Twenty-five cents the battle
\ 'f ,.\ board and the office of live stock com-
1, .. missioner. As I understand it, this I II in 1884. Besides good goods you get good ,
I board would have very-little athority treatment at our store. Always
) V "beyond that which is now exercised by glad to have people come in and
Fi b the state board of health. So far as I Robert Riedel look around, whether they wantto
( J ;JrT1 know, the state board of health is buy or not. We wait on you

handling the situation very satisfactorily CARPENTER AND CABINET SHOP promptly give you what you ask
1 bl for but never tease anyone to buy

t A I have talked to a number of our Window and Door Screen, Repair .anything.. _
, \ cattle people and they concur in this
view. If we are to have a live stock and Cabinet Work. PALACE DRUG STORE (Inc.)

+ board, why not have a citrus fruit 'Phone: Shop 216; Residence 237 Sam G. Ragndale Prra.

board a phosphate board, a naval Darlington Ave, Near Freight Depot Phone 41. ,
stores board, and so on indefinitely
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((6\ As I view it the state board of
'i" health is quite competent to handle

the situation, and I believe they have
i c'a : handled it with very great efficiency.
e If so there is no necessity for a newloard
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from a standpoint of service.Of .
i course, it goes without saying that
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1., .,: a new board would largely increase

; expense. This of course, is very objectionable -
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unles efficiency might be ,
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: Yours truly
a t Any Time- C. A. CARSON.Hon. .

p k N. C. Bryan

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4 I Dear Sir-I have yours enclosingthe ( fwll.

bill handed you by Senator Barber .
Post Toasties concerning live stock. It seemsto i _
'4 me the chief objection to this bill

; is a vital one: that is to say that I I Announces
see no necessity for the creation of
I"I' 4 I 1 another board or commission. I

1> 1 These Superior Corn Flakes are not only a delicious I have always thought" the multi-increased
( plication of agencies invariably -

: ) breakfast food-they make an appetizing lunch at have frequently largely the operated expense without and have the The Addition of a Full Line of

"e ffft ( any hour of the day. corresponding increase in efficiency.I .
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U f" fear this will be true of the proposedbill.
i It practically confers no new
e. .. '. And how the kiddies do enjoy them I After play \ authority beyond that now exercised
by the state board of health. So far La Reine Bad and Front
l j time--for lunch or supper-the crinkly brown flakes j'I I as I know the state board of health and
If .t 6 has been efficient and its rulings and
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r .;I just hit the ..pot.I ,' m Q dealings satisfactory. Therefore, I

''f 4 ; Jdy b can see no necessity for a change, and Elso Front Lace Corsets
? f I + Post Toadies are made of choicest selected Indian do not believe it will be wise to create
1 til... more offices, and greatly increase ex-

t I t/: corn; fteam-cooked, daintily seasoned, rolled and toasted penses, unless there are strong probabilities -
of an especial benefit being p.
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19 i '/ ;I' 4 Evidently therefore it is my opin-
ion that the bill is fundamentally '
p "" Pod Toasties reach you all ready to"serve-just wrong would prove of no advantageto
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1 the stock people and ought. not to MRS. N. H. NORRIS
aldeream, or milk. Little or no sugar it required as : pass in its present form.

cooked inAlso If you create a live stock commission Cor. Broadioay and Darlington Phone 92
is mighty good with i
sugar any
pure citrus fruit
tI I fie why not create a ''r
k t kiftd 'oHrujt." Atf Your Grocer. commission, a cotton commission a a "., .'

M1 r, corn commission, a phosphate commission ":i./, .
and numerous other commissions <
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b'r .tPosi Toasties the I see no advantage to be gained ,, '.. \\
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,..ff I Superior ,Corn Flakes i ; by passing the proposed. law. ;. "t" 't",r .
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1RI'[.SSBiMEE,. VALLEY all of Shingle/preekf-were Campbell! Station,' on account-of; >his friends in Tampa. "*k ,"' '" VEGETABLE SEASON OPENS

,;i", ', 'tTI.Dhoae'Ne.tl.) if lit,,the ,city,Saturday, wife's serious. Injury,; ", if vi Lyttle Redditt returned to Ms home A : "
h. H. Alderman, of Bassengcr, was. ,Robert KUdel went 'to Orlando onbusiness t.Arcadia. Wednesday_after a">vi lt t. at the "' /
./, Published Kvery Friday By R. Tuesday.. ,,, Thursday., '" with. 'h.<.aunt, Mrs. A. W. Winnv beginning to arrive and quantities; .IN .THE COUNTY .
I ; W. R. KARRIS .. B. O. TANS Ad the city )local platform are bringing fancy
''-; r ;B.'A. 'Hunter,'who'has: been spend R.: S:'Floyd,was. a;builness .visitor. F.'T. Martin, 'of Tampa; was a"vli- prices. The first shipment made was a.. ,.. .w'. rA"
here left Thursday..for to Tampa ThursdayC. .. Itor here this'w ek- Mr. Martin will on April 3, and consisted of three ; '
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I} home in Coal Run, 0.' :W.. Griffin was a Visitor to Tampaon move' here ''nextfweek/, make, this hamper. of cucumbers and seven''ham The shearing ot sheep among< i
: begun
his permanent\ home./.. of bean: Last'week ,.seventy- herders of Osceela, Bounty was i
; ;; i.: H. Walkerand son,' and W., P. business Wednesday.; \ pen this week. ' s
I were visitors Miss Marlon Sargeant Is visiting herparents Mrs. Anna M. Bla.s'-aupe"lslng; nine .hampers*of beans were 'sold at the
of ,
\ ., WeatherReportP Bassenger . The Carson Cattle company was
t,1 : | Park. depoty of the,Royal Neighbors,,after 0.Tbere were '
Avon
y the city on Wednesday.Miss at a short visit herereturned to her 114 hampers of Irif.. toe.'Whichnetted first to begin shearing and about
: .P Alberta Anderson, of Shingle T. S. Stratton of St. Cloud> was a home in Orlando wednesday the grower. $1.60 ) hamper. 3,000 head ..will be handled by this
." . i ( was here Monday to visit her visitor in Kissimmee Tuesday. concern alone, while large number
This is the opening of the spring
, L' Mrs. Anna Terry, Hamburg, Mo. .
": Following are dally tempera Mrs. K. P. Butler.' Cleopatra brow bands for eveningwear who has been visiting her deter Mrs truck shipping season,/which is about ..will be sheared by other sheep raisers,,

, tures precipitations as re- A- B. Jarrell who is employed on at The Embroidery Shop. J. E. Kirkpatrick, of Campbell Station two weeks later than bwali AKIN HELD UNDER $1,000 '

1 ported by Government station. east coast, spent''a few days here E. E. Livermore, of Narcoosee, wasa has returned to her home. 'tBAIL, FOR EMBEZZLEMENTTampa.Admitting

f at Kissimmee April 22: for the week ending week with his family. I' visitor in the city Wednesday-' Miss Margaret Evan., who has beento Mad at Paint :

Senator A. E. Donegan was here to.pend Charles Bronson, of Shingle Creek, Atlanta Ga., to take a trained 'charges"of embezzlement
Sunday, the state senate not was a visitor in the city Monday. nurse examination returned Tuesdayto 25c a gallon for paint is about $2.50 preferred by Poitoffice Inspector ,
Friday __ __ __ __ 76 51
in session Saturday.Mrs. of Mr. and continue her vialt with her brother, on the average job, and lots of men E. J. Mansfield, Ebeneser S.
daughter
Saturday : __ __ _85 62 Irene Ingram waited last for that but the Akin, former postmaster Keenan. .
E. M. Rabon, Mrs. J. C- Ra- Mrs. L. H. Ingram, is ill this week. < Prof. R. M. Evans.PERSONAL year ;
Sunday __ __ h __ 84 65 and Mrs. T. J. Rabon, of Dundee, W. Traverl-f 'Hy didn't reckon; they got mad; wouldn'tpay yule, was bound over to be tried before
rm
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bryanon
Born to of federal court in ,
the term
< i Monday __ __ __ __87 66 shopping here Saturday. 22-af daughter. of 1610 First avenue, S> Minneapolis it.There. spring
Thursday, April .. and this His bond was
.. are times to get mad refuse city in February.
Tuesday __ __ __ __88 62 Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Dann, Mrs. L. Minn., send your address at '
John J. John.tonAnd son, of St. to pay; but when o".! propertyneeds fixed at $1,000 by United States Commissioner
J. II
to Robbinsdale.
; ; Wednesday __ __ __88 62 Barnes and Mrs. H. J. Barnes mo Cloud, spent Monday in Kissimmee.Mr. once Minn. Important.Morse. protecting is no time to get Crane, before whom the I'L

Thursday __ __ ____83 63 to Loughman on Sunday. and Mrs. Jf E. Bass attended made and not paint- hearing took place. Akin who la the ;-
Mrs. R. H. Redditt, who has been Station Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Alderman, baby Besides, it costs more to get mad breadwinner for a wife and one child,
Dade City for some time, visiting church at Campbell and two daughters, who visited Mr. and wait than to paint. declared he took the money. becausehe
..OOOOOOU..toooo 0 0." ...0. '(' ;retIJrned home Tuesday. Lewis Johnson, of Campbell Station and Mrs. DeWiltoh Alderman this Getting mad doesn't do any good to neded it in order to feed and clothe e ,

OO.OOOOOO..OOO OOOO.... Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Carson came ,up. spent Wednesday in Kissimmee. week, returned to their home in Bas- your property; paint doe. it good by i hi. little flock.
Camp Hammock Sunday to D. C. Rice, -of Kenansvllle, was a sen er Thursday. DeWilton accom- keeping-out water; no water no rot Akin was committed to the Hflls-
i business visitor to Kissimmee this panied them and will assist in the water and rot and in default of the -
spend several days.in Kissimmee.Mrs. I no paint, some ; borough county jail
i The Local Field I G. M. Taylor and children are week. spring round-up of cattle. a little rot is more than enough; to bail, which he is endeavoring to secure ; 4
week. She Miss Mildred Morgan, of Arcadia, is Miss Phyllis Jarrell, of this city, make a man liberal towards his from friends through the mail. \. ,
in Lake City this was call\ I .
i
I
J, there the illness of her sister. visiting> her uncle, E. I... Lesley and again won the tennis championship of painter and paint. T v
....oooooo.o o..o. by family.Ed the Florida State College for Womenat Paint costs not a cent. All the paintin Night Policeman Coleman roundedup
Mrs. William Anderson, of Shingle Creek Tallahassee in the matches which the world s6 long as it keeps-out nine negroes last night In WestKissimmee
I- H. Gregory has returned from Creek, spent Tuesday and Wednesdaywith Patterson, of Shingle was have just closed. This will be -pleasing I 1 water, costa not a cent. on charge. of disorderlyconduct.
visit to Sanford.W. her daughter, Mrs. K. P. Butler. in the city this week, attending coun- news to the many friends of Miss 1 DEVOEW. Coleman is watching every

A. Smith, of Lakeland Mrs. Malcolm G. Waring, of Lake- ty court. Jarrell in Kissimmee. B. Makinson & Co., sell it. night for rowdyism and that he means '
Sunday in Kissimmee. land, was here this week, visiting her Max Kritz, Bill Boyer, Joe Taylor RPV. S. W. Lawler will spend nextu"day business was shown In his action last f

Mr. and Mrs. El. L. Lesley parents, Mr. and Mrs. John }\f. Lee. and Don Geiger motored to Orlando with the congregation at Winter CIRCUIT COURT TO OPEN. night. _,_. a fi ff t,
Sunday.
to Orlando Wednesday. Ed C. Roberts, A. J. Cheek and D. of St. Cloud, Haven, where he goes to assist Circuit court in and for Osceola The territory of seven nations join. );
G Boone left Tuesday to attend the Attorney S. D. Decker, the pastor and congregation. to raise will, in the courthouse k
Mrs. E. E. Wells spent the business Wed- county open county that of the German empire. r
in Kissimmee
end at Fowler Park. grand lodge of Odd Fellows at Gainesville. 1 was on the debt on their new church bUIld- I naxt Tuesday with Judge JamesW. --.- M;
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nesday. ing. Rev. J. W. Thompson will occupy Perkins. on the bench and State's
A. F Bass, of St. Cloud, was in in block letters, for here in the absence' of the ;
Monograms, the pulpit
Mr. and Mrs. L C. Hull and daughter .1 I Attorney Joseph II. Jones handling
city on business Tuesday.J. and Mrs. Whinner, of Lakeland, stamping, all sizes, at The Embroidery pastor. Mr. Thompson is a strong the state cases. A rather heavy docketis When you buyBREAD. !
T. Reeves, of The Point, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. II. Shop. I preacher and it is hoped that a good ready for the court and a numberof ><< .
Kifcsimmee on Saturday. E. Cole. Mrs. Roll Overstreet, of Campbell congregation will attend the Methodist criminal cases, including two murder -
Mrs. L. W. Pilley was a i' W. B. Crawford left Tuesday night Station, is visiting her father, F. H church; next Sunday to hear him. cases will be heard. 4Ask

visitor to Tampa Tuesday. for Tallahassee where he will minglefor Lawson. Wm. Goodrich a well known resi-
t
t". W. Garrett was a business several days with the state law- A $105 Remington typewriter, practically dent of the Carson addition received SELLS FINE RANGE HOGS.

tor to Orlando on Tuesday. makers.R. new, for sale at $60. C. A. B.. word from his youngest son, VincentW. What can be accomplished in the for the BEST V]

O. li Lawson, of Hilliard's E. Ferris, representing Perkins- Gazette building. Goodrich that he had accepted a raising of range hogs in this sectionof
embalmer with the W. O.
visited the city on Tuesday.Art Sharpe & Co., of Tampa, was here Edgar Frippe, of Miami, brother of W-eede position Undertaking as establishment at Florida was forcibly shown this v'W'

Bronson, of Shingle Monday, calling on C. W. Griffin and W J. Frippe, was here for a short Austin, Tex., and left Chicago for that week when Bird L. E Island Minx in, who Kissimmee has a We make it.:Every Grocer *efl ito. /:,
on ,
Waters & Carson.Mr. visit on Sunday.Mr.
Tuesday in the
spent city.
10. The is lake "
place on April young man to this and sol
brought 'city
Mrr. George Hoag, of Boggy and Mrs. Fred Bass and little and Mrs. S. R. Wade, who spent favorably Known in Kissimmee as he head.. The averaged
hogs
pent Saturday in the city. daughter, Freddie Mae, returned from the winter here, left this week for formerly resided here. He left last I twenty-six sixty pounds over 200 pounds to the K.
Jacksonville last Friday, driving their home in Ohio. for Chicago, where he entered BAKERY-
J K. Milliard, of Hilliard's August head. There were five or six little .
spent Tuesday in the city.S. through by auto. Capt. E. W. Meyers, of St. Joseph the Barnes Embalming school.M. I fellows in the lot and some which

Fertic, of Whittier, spent a Mrs. Walter Britton, of Sioux Mo, IB' here looking after his grove at I I. Stewart of Mount Clemens weighed over 360 pounds.
days in the city this week. City, la., arrived Tuesday to spend Kissimmee Park. Mich.. who Is touring- Florida with
several days as the guest of Mr. and J. W. Bass, of Orlando, deputy headquarters at 211 West Adams, --- ---- ----
Ed Whaley, of Kissimmee. Mrs. J. A. Barday. sheriff in business visitor in Kissimmee
Orange county, was a Jacksonville, was 11 -
spent Tuesday in the city. Mrs. J. Wade Tucker and childrenleft visitor here on Wednesday.Mr. this week. Mr. Stewart is a news

Jack Sullivan, of Orlando, Tuesday for Grand Rapids, Mich., and Mrs. S. R. Wade left this pnperman of many years experienceand Graduation ,';iat
Sanday here visiting friends. where she was called by the serious week for their home in Fostona, 0.,, will probably locate in Florida.
,
Alec Bronson, of Campbell illness of her father. after spending the winter here. Ho I says that Florida proved a revelation f

visited Kissimmee Saturday.E. Mr and Mrs. J. S. Hall, of .Urbana,, W. C. Gilbert, James Gilbert and to him after coming from a -- 1" ; 4

R. Washington, of Tampa, 111., who have a winter home at St. R. S. Floyd left Wednesday to motor coaniry where they have such severe I IA
.. a visitor here on Wednesday. Petersburg, spent Sunday here with to Okeechobee on a business trip. winteiH. Mr. Stewart says that the I
r. state look 1 good to him from Anas
':.\ Bargains. Bargains always to his (cousin E. S. Hall. I Mrs. O. Sheefield, of Tampa, and tat-ia at St. Augustine to the :
had at F. H. Lawson's. W. J. Brantley, of Sebring, spent' Miss Reid, of Jacksonville, motored to Tiger" lake of Kissimmee.The ."sleep-I is
John P. Shaddick of I several days here this week. He iseml.loyed Kissimmee from Tampa Saturday. I ing second quarterly Gifts; ,

Ala., is visiting C. C. Russell. work in the government improvement John Shatturk, who ha been the the charge was held at the Methodiilchurch .

C. H. Funk, of Union Center, near Sebring. guest of E. Clifford Russell, left Tues-i Monday morning with Rev.
a visitor in the city Tuesday. Miss Gertrude Hoag, who has been !' day for his home in Birmingham, Ala Smith Hardin, presiding elder, in the

H. A. Meyers, of Boggy Creek, \isiting j relatives at Orange Center Congressman W. J. Sears left Tuesday -I chair. There was a very good attendance
in the city on business Saturday.You for the past three months, left Tuesday night I for Jacksonville en route of the official members. .The rl'-< . . . -' -
will find dress shirts and for her home in Chicago. to Tallahassee, where he will look in prt of the p--rtor on the various departments -
underwear at F. H. Lawson's.E. Slater Reed has begun the erectionof on the legislature.Mr. I of t'',urch activities show J INSPECT 'Ii It ,
.J a new warehouse adjacent to the' the church in good condition and I
very
and Mrs. Henry, who have been
S. Pope, of Jacksonville, is i"a Lakeside\ Veneering mill, of which he the outlook for a good year promis- I #. .
spending the winter at the Graystonehotel
guest of I. II. Gregory this week. is the The warehouse will be
owner. will leave next week for their ing. The delegates elected to the district ,
Dudley Glenn of Covington, Ky., 1 used for the storing of orange boxes.S. home in the north. conference to be held in Orlando, I OUR LINE ,

visiting his brother, Teddy Glenn. B. Aultman, Dr. C. L. Hyatt and May 4-7, were as follows, J. M. Lee, 'r.
Mr. and Mrs. W T. Raff, of Dr. George M. Dunn left Monday to' Mrs. H. F- Unley left Wednesday C. W- Griffin, J. McPhatter and L. U. .

Center J. Hardy, spent Walker Monday and in son the,city.of motor to from New there Smyrna.while Dr.Mr.Dunn Ault returned -- for ntonths' Honesdale will visiting join,her her Pa.there,mother.to spend later.Her several husband E.Zimmerman.Coleman. W.Alternates. B. Harris.elected, H.. ERE; :YOUPURCHASiE! . ::' .' I. ' J

r / were in the city on man and Dr. Hyatt went on to Miami. Rev. S. W. Lawler and J. M. Lee '\ . .V''rtl'sl Fpy; ,.*". M;:;OX,' "' ': ""' I '.., ,
enger... Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Thornton left returned Wednesday from ' '. ... ., W'4'4.J; \ "
Tampa, t"
-Sheriff C. A. Carlson, of Mrs. Alethe Powell and little daughter ,,+.a' +(4T 1 I''r.\ ) L'IMN'.
Tuesday for a trip through the east 'f. \I.J
Deputy of Roanoke Va., who has been where they had gone attend a meet ; .' *, .'. "' .\ .1' '' '.'lH"', \' "' t
'Cloud.wa. in the city Wednesday. and to the :, ''I t' *;* < ,?(r'. t ,. ; tl ) J
Panama-Pacific exposition. d, '" < '
a few months at Keiva, is Ing of'' the board of directors of the e <,I ''(i1l' .1 !# :'la! :!J' W& 4 eW' 1.".:> .1'
Creek spending They will be for- several months. ... ,. . .......
; Fed Tyson of Shingle the guest of her friend and former gone Sutherland Development, and the : " u ,<'If n . I :'": '/.4; /v _." <1M'
I,.Kis\lrnmee Saturday on business. neighbor, Mrs. W. C. Bass, of Church Engineer Armstrong, who is in board of trustees of Southern college, F
Mrs. Charles Zellars, of street charge of the work of building the of which they are members. The '

,was shopping here last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Pfann, who new Florida East Coast line to Ken- meetings were called for these two '
W A. of Kenansville, : ansville, spent a few days here this boards to consider the sale of the
Drawdy, have been spending two weeks at 4.
several days in Kissimmee this Bradentown and Lakeland, returned to week. holdings of the development companyat WENNER-SAWYER CO. i :p
Mrs. T. L. Bryan, of Kissimmee on Tuesday. Mr. Pfann t;. J. Buzza left Wednesday for Sutherland in which the coUe&eholds
Pa. where he will make $20,000 of stock. Two other
Coraopolis, ,
is here visiting her son, H. E. has entirel recovered from his recent
his permanent home in the future. members of the Methodist congregation -
illness.
The latest and best styles in Mrs. Buzza and son, Gerald, will leave here hold stock in this company.The 114 Broadway ATtMzmmee, Florida c ,
hats for young men. }>'. H. Fred Bass, of Kissimmee, spent the about May 15. result of the meeting of these S1W
first of the week in Bartow, shaking will made known later,
of boards be
two
E. E. Brown, Campbell
hands with his old friends. Mr. Bass Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brooks leftTuesday I
and ----- -
was in the city Monday formerly resided in Bartow and was for their home at Rose Hill Starke.-There is every indicationthat ,

Buster Brown hosiery for sales agent for the Oakland automo- Jasper county, Illinois, after spending this will be the longest season -. -- - k
women and children. F. H. bile.-Bartow Record.Mr. the winter in their cottage on Brack on record for Florida strawberry ship- I

H. E. Cole made a business trip and Mrs. Peter Siems and son, street. ments. The berries are still moving
week to Winter Haven and of Daytona, spent Tuesday night at Miss Marie O'Berry has returned from Plant City and l other points fur- 1
the.Graystone hotel, en route to St. from a visit with her sister, Mrs. B ther south, while the shipments from I Watch for our I

town.W.. H. Brokaw, with Griffing Cloud to spend a few days. They were A. Graham of Jacksonville, who was the northern part of the state are Just !, Ad Next WeekH.
Miss
ers, the tree people. traveling in their handsome Pierce- formerly Rose O'Berry, of this beginning to be shipped freely.) The

Rev. S W. Lawler and J. M. Arrow driven by A. Johnson, their city. growers and shippers are much pleaded b
several days in Tampa chauffeur.H. Tyson Reynolds left Tuesday for with the prospects, as the North
spent D. Davis who owns considerableland his home in Peach Bottom, Pa. aften Carolina and Louisiana berry crop is
w\ee\ k. in Osceola county and who has spending the winter here. lie will unusually late this year, owing to the
A. C. Bryan, of Orlando{ spent probably return with his family next cold weather. The strawberry season
amount of stock, shipped
day the guest of his uncle, J- quite fifty-six a large head of }wgs to his place in tall. at Chadbourne, N. C, it is reported, C. Stanford Co. j

Bryan. Georgia this week. He also shippeda Misses, Annie and Sallie Story returned will not open until about May 25. This ,
Mrs- O. C. Cumbus, of Dublin, number of head of horses. to Narcoosee: Tuesday after leaves the Bradford and Clay county t, ,
is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. R. spending a couple of days with their berry shippers a clear field. Weather ':
J. M. Willson, of Kissimmee. arrived Goods Clothing and Notions
conditions now are ideal and the Dry
Butler. last night to join Mrs. Willsonat sister, Mrs. Dan-Smith, iA- the.Carson ,
of Arcadia bright, sunshiny days are increasingthe
Mrs. Z. N. Parker, willleave audition.
the Mason hotel, and they
and the is moving free issimmee St. S
visiting her parents Mr. and tonight for Tallahassee on business Mrs. E. O. Tatman and son, F. M. yield crop from |
Prices last week ranged $4
ly.
J. M. Lee. connected with the Seminole land Tatman, left Thursday for Stockton, bushel. Cloud't
Mrs. T. A': Hughey and children bill.-Jacksonville Metropolis. Ga., where! they will visit for some to $6.60 per

Ijilliard's Island, spent Saturday H. E. Swabey, of Kissimmee, arrived time before proceeding to their summer ---- ': *
Ki "lmmee. in Orlando yesterday and left home in Benton Harbor, Mich. ',(' 1, *

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lesley and ily spent Sunday at their ranch I will represent Seminole Encampment, was elected inspector of the
Canoe creek. No. 13, at the sixtieth annual sessionof ladies of the G. A. R. instead of the ;

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Mosely, of the Grand Lodge of Florida.-Orlando W. R. C, at the state encampment in White Embroidered Dresses

gle Creek, were visitors in Sentinel (Sunday). week.Jacksonville, as it was announced last

mee Saturday. Misses Bessie Peake and May
*' Mr. -and Mrs. M. L. Schreifels Wightman, of DeLand, daughter and Mrs. Dan Smith returned home last SHIPMENT PRICES fROM
family, of Shingle Creek, spent adopted daughter of Conductor H. M- Saturday after spending a week with NEW -., ; i 4i
Peake of the St. Cloud Sugar Belt her parents near Narcoosee. Mr. ,
'day in the city. I I $2.69 to $6.98 :
TODAY
and A. L. King, railroad, were here Saturday visiting Smith had been absent on a trip down RECEIVED J
J W L. Snow him. Captain Peake expects to renta the lake after flock of sheep he had

Fowler's Point, were in the city house here and bring them here to purchased. The Same Dresses You Would Pay $10.00 For Elsewhere ::G '

business: Tuesday. live as soon as school closes. Mayor May in mayor's. court Thurs- kfi

Howard William Anderson weeks Col. and Mrs. W. A. McCool, Miss I I day morning lined Hudson Bass $1 and -- :r.
Thursday to spend several Gene Anderson and Mrs. C. E. Evans costs for automobile speeding. Be- We Have BigAssortment at Five Cents
{Palmetto, Fla. left last Saturday night for Beaver ing his first offense the mayor made a VAL AND TORCHON LACESBring \

M. R. Vaughn and Mr. Lyon Falls, Pa., to spend the summer. Cot I the fine light but warned him heavier j i of Per 1
?Windermere, were in Kissimmee McCool\. will return in June or Julyto second offense would mean a Yard'e '
business Tuesday. look after his grove at Kissimmee penalty. "a

Bob Smith, of Tampa, was in Park. The McCools have a beautiful Mra. Ernest Shiver, of Bradentown, +
,city this week, visiting his winter home here and will return next came on the midnight fast mail, last the Kiddies in to see SO Cent Work Shirts
Mrs. Ernest Green.N. winter. Sunday night to visit her sister, Mrs. 39c '
lives Hardin Dan Smith in this city. She leftTut'sday Now Going at . .
W. Moorehead, who The Rev. Smith presiding Our Midsummer Toy Display
for Narcoosee to Visit her
miles northwest of the city, elder of the Methodist church, was
.Tuesday here shopping here on Monday, holding the second parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Story and
Branscomb and Mr. quarterly conference. The Rev. Mr. family near that place.
v, George X Hardin makes his headquarters) in Orlando The Shoe Store of which
S. Bronson, of Shingle Family .
Mr J. '
were* in the city Tuesday. but is a frequent visitor to Kissimmee' J. W. Harris is manager, has Inaugurated THE DOLLAR LIMIT STOREPHONE
where be has a boat of
a unique planof advertising.
Stanford of Tifton, tr'lM.
f o' Miss Ellsa ,and aunt, friends both among Methodists and This store announces this week that ; {
els visltin 'her uncle others. t/ very baby born in Kissimmee, will be 'G.W.PERSONSPropr9eto'li: .
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.'. .nd Mra'H. G, Stanford. B. F. Hall and son Ed Hall,of Okae.ehobee ..given its first pair of shoe free.Bead 193 .
\ ,1". J4r.,r aDd..M.ta.B.. Fox. Mr. were here Sunday, haling this company' ad on another

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di, ; 'i;:;' F.. FLORIDA PROGRESS AND, PROSPERITY: PAGE l j 1,



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: terrnlned by looking at trees from the The Seaboard Air Line announcesthe STRAWBERRIES IN NEW' YORK., r,
BERRY SHIPMENTS FLORIDA IS SHIPPING ) outside. The bloom of the grapefruit opening of the East & West Coast
trees can be better judged by getting railway for freight traffic on April New York..--The Florid strawberry '
I ColurnnForward I under the tree and looking throughthe 16. This line connects with the Sea- market this week. ranged from 18e to

,bra GIVE WAY TO TRUCK LESS CITRUS FRUIT branches, a* much of it is hidden board at Manatee. Fla., and extends 28c according to the condition of the; 1
by the leaves from there to Arcadia Fla., fifty fruit The salesmen generally reported i
Jt r I It is fortunate that despite the cold miles. There are nine stations be- considerable soft stock in the offer .t

SEASON DRAWS TO A CLOSE AND FRESH REPORTS OF PROGRESS DEMAND FOR VALENCIAS RETORTED weather and heavy frosts throughout tween these termini, as follows: East ings. The receipt were fair and there -t'
Florida the past year the citrus fruit Manatee Alsace Lorraine St. Claire, was a good demand with an active
;
sl I LUSCIOUS STRAWBERRY IS FROM THE ADVANCING STATEOF TO BE SATISFACTORY. industry has escaped harm and no Miakka City East Miakka, Parkton 'movement for sound well colored

A ;{ I Ii SUCCEEDED BY EARLY VEGETABLES FLORIDA. HEAVY BLOOM ON TilE TREES doubt with favorable conditions next Pine Level and Belgium. At Arcadiathe fruit, which sold up to SOc at time.

r ) FROM FLORIDA FARMS PRESAGES GOOD CROP FOR season there will be one of the largestand new road reaches the Atlantic !
yt4 'NEAR PLANT CITY. Clearwster-Cit: will l vote on $20- NEXT YEAR. beat crops ever grown.-The Coast Line and the Charlotte Harbor The vinegar of Arabia is said to be
000 bonds to erect school on North I Packer. & Northern railroads. I superior to that of any other country

4 bonds. i Cars moved last week _._ __ _ 072 .
Plant
City.-Quite a neat Bum was -- --- ----- - - '
C C :
Cars moved week _
before last K26
y realized by the growers for the strawberries Fort 1Ieade.City voted $25,000 I
Total to last __._.___
this Saturday 23,454 ..;;;; .
shipped week, despite the I bonds to (tree tbrick school! ---- =-' ..
+ ( fact that the season is about at a CHomestead.Homestead I Jacksonville Fla.-The citrus fruit I '
l clone, and the market prices are not / school dis- un
movement gradually is !becoming muchlighter.
y trict No. !n"ot,-d $15,000( bonds to n n
y attractive enough to warrant the There were 154 cars lens last n .
1 growers' time and attention to picking erect ,school at Homestead I week than the week previous The u u .
*
and handling them. The early movement, last week consisted of 34 r ...
]Mims i .-Hids will received l ill officeof >
vegetables are commanding the time Hrivnrd cars of grapefruit and 827 cars of oranges ,
K. E Macy, superintend ,
of the and those who are L
growers schools, Lugullie! The 1 total shipments to date = '.
y+ shipping berries are doing no only asa county public ,
i. ", side issue to their other trucking Kla, until May 14, to erect graded aggregate 21,454: cars. I 'i'ii
are now moving and the*
I and figure that practicallyall school building Idcmand I
operations \ for this variety of fruit is
they receive for these late berriesare I St. Petersburg.--School board is i increasing There is promise that oranges i Unless Properly Packed Fruit Will Not Bring Top Prices
an added net profit from their having plans prepared by Henry II will gradually advance in price :,. ?
/ acreage.A DuPont & ('o., St. Petersburg, for or will hold firm at fair for \
prices .
total of 29,760 quarts were j The marketing of Florida's citrus fruit crop so Under normal conditions next season's crop of ".rJ
school ; the remainder of the
cost $1,0,000
hipped during the week netting the high ; * CTampaI1illsborough is. still moving season.freely and Grapefruit re-- that it will l he profitable( largely depends upon oranges and grapefruit will be much larger than .',;

_ y ? ti growers the sum of $2,331.60, the / (county school turns show that most markets areholehng I the manner in which the fruit is packed. No that of this year. The grower who sends first- .;'
11, prices for the week ranging/ from 7c board receives bids until May ]10 to ,
j [ firm. The demand seems to matter how carefully grown sprayed and proquality fruit to the market will again be the mantested
to 14 l-2c the average price per quart 'erect Madison street school ; eight be improving and there ill doubt!. I '
i for the week being about Re classrooms, cost $40,000. I I that the smaller{ and medium no siedfruit in the prove, fruit that is not properlyprepared with a big bank account. There will be demand 1
I I and packed will not for the matter how the volume. "
decreasing t Tltu"vill"-Bid"* *will M be received nt will bring fair prices until) the bring top prices. best no great ,

}''t, more, when the season will close giving office! of E. E. Mary, superintendent, I close Reports of the from season.every section of the I Skinner's "Satisfaction Guaranteed" Packing House Machinery ;,
i schools, Kugal
way to the heavy shipments of Krexard county public ,
a.l vegetables that will be going forwardby lie, Ha, until May 14, to erect high state bloom are and that indications there is point a heavy to orange a very Gives Good Fruit the Touch of Quality That Makes it Sell ;
that time.Shipments. school building
f for each day: of the past t f good crop. Some reports are that Anticipating a greater demand than ever for Future profits in citrus culture depend upon
ki week, and the prices received for eachdays' C'arwat'r.T..J.\ Clnghorn let contract the grapefruit bloom is not as heavyas machinery of this kind to l he installed in houses! efficient packing house equipment as much as "
t_ Pmellus lumber Cn., Clearwater last year but experienced growers
to -
receipts are as follows: now standing and others soon to be erected we anything else. Skinner's "Satisfaction Guarail-
to furnish material for eight realize the fact that the bloom of the .,.
Quarts Price room residence, on Turner street( ; bungalow grapefruit trees never make a showinglike have enlarged our Dunedin 'plant and this year teed" machinery has demonstrated that it is a ;

Friday .. ______--__7,680 $ S7C..OO type. I orange trees and while the bloom hope to be prepared to fill all I orders. paying proposition to growers of good fruit.
Saturday .. _ _ _. _7,200 540.00 C C M may_ he cjuite: !: heaver cannot_ be de-- bpeoal Price fur June Iol It.tioDi-Write Now for The**, We will gladly luraivh cellmates, cattloffe and other imformmtion.LEE .
i' Monday _n__ __ _h. ..6,880 48160 Fort Myers.-Ir. J. E. Hrt-cht let L. B. SKINNER
Tuesday .. __ ._ .. _3,360 257.80 contract to I L. J. Van I>u\l, Fort More than 2,000 women belong to MFG. CO., AVENUE, DUNEDIN, FLORIDALFCITRUS
$ Wednesday _ _ _ _...2,120 243.60 j Myers, to erect residence on Fowler I New York printing trades unions. I I

t Thursday _..h __ __ 2,320 232.60 I street __mn_ ,
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p i- I
ds Totals _29,760( $2a31.60 Miami ( ha". W. Kotc hi'r, Detroit,
n u Mich., let contract to W E Martin,

f t OOOOO O OOOO .4* OOOO Miami to erect resilienceeight
0 0I' rooms; two bathrooms; cost $'>.000.
4 FLORIDA VEGETABLE CROPS 4 * *
4 4t Miami.--Holit. Ilenkle, president of : EXCHANO
00000000000000000000000000 Commercial Milling ('o., Detroit, I
Mich., will erect residence; cost
I J Jacksonville, Fla.-The weather about $25,000.C
,..I throughout the state for the past two '
St. Fred McArthur,
? week has been excellent and the Vat Petersburg -
; rioui spring crops are coming along Knoxville, Tenn., let contract to I're.tfive
very fast. The total shipment of v geUbles bungalows.
,j' out of the state for the week *
St. Petersburg. 1\1. Burrowes &
8 } of April 4 to April 10, was fifty-one
Son, Canton N Y., have contract toere..t
cars of lettuce 148 cars of tomatoes
M three dwellings
{ twenty-nine cars of potatoes, 210 cars # *

4 I -: of celery sixty-eight cars of mixed St. Petersburg.-Gilbert n. Rue, It came to several weeks ago that the Florida Citrus Ex- Xi
; pass
v vegetables and thirty-three cars of Trenton N. J., is reported to have let ,

t 1, strawberries. The movement by express contract to H M. Burrowcs & Son, change controlled the major portion of the: fruit remaining in the State-for the first time in
3 has Increased. Beans, cabbage, Canton, N. Y., to erect residence. .
;' and eggplant are C 4 the history of the organization.
,s i beginning to move freely from the dif Titusville.-R. J. Glenn has plans by
Xerent shipping points on the east and and let contract to F. L. Webster, Ti-
td' t a west central Florida. There tusville, to erect dwelling.
.
t i 1* a fine demand for cabbage, beans 1 ''I
e '4 and a good quality of tomatoes, and I Clearwater.-Election is to be held,
41 y. fancy price are being paid. The it i I. reported, to voted on $20,000 Almost immediately prices became good and they have been 1
R.' I school bonds.
-of
tomatoes the
quality shipped past
r + ten days i.1 much improved over first Clearwater.-$16. e 000. 6 cent. 26- maintained since at a satisfactory level. The lesson is obvious and justifies the faith of the
per
t' beauties"hipment which a* the are email so much"speckled evidence year bonds Green Springs school district founders of the Exchange that just what has happened would take place whenever the Exchange ', :

l. the first of the season are about Pinellas county. ,.are voted. had the marketing of than half of the fruit. .1
more .1i
,; r don. and their place is being filled by Tampa.-Election will be held May : i
a; ti4. 'tomatoes: 'of,food quality. Growers 25 to vote on $260.000 5 per cent. 20- ,
I have made a up" on cabbage as 60-year fewer bonds. :
v .ly.. the crop in almost every other state C. \
L', ha* been exceedingly short and as a Tarpon Springs.--$25,000 6 per cent
result prices have been high. Many] 25-year bonds Tarpon Springs school The Florida Citrus Exchange can continue to get good prices for . :j> ,
a ? cars have been sold f. o. b. -shipping district have' been sold to Boljrer, "
$" point. New Irish potatoes are bring- Mosser & Wilnman, of Chicago, at a the growers so long as they let it handle the greater pot'tion'of the crop. Therefore it asks \ 'l.. 1
-
good prices for this premium of $1,275 and interest '
s II season of the year despite the reports e e that they entrust it with the marketing of sixty per cent or more of the citrus fruit produced in 1

f'r ,y the that old the crop.markets Good were Florida glutted potatoes with I be West held in Palm Palm Beach.Beach-county Election May is 25 to the State for the coming season that it may keep on doing this. '''f ,

were selling for $5 per barrel and $4 4 to vote on $760,000 road constructionand '
s' l for No. 2s f. o- b. track last week. $60,000 I 6 1-2 per cent. refunding ,C

''V 4 Southern commission men are callA 6-30-year bonds.C j ,
1 ing for and claim
green vegetables

+ s is that going almost to the northern entire markets.Florida output It is Gray Miami Motor.-A.company J. Mulford Detroit, president MiCh., It is the plan of the Exchange to carry on even more aggressivelyits

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f is to residence.
erect
reported
fi' true the shipments to southern market * I splendid advertising to increase consumer demand for Florida oranges and grapefruit. This
I
have been limited. Spring vegetable Miami.-Frank Wheeler of Wheeler -
is y shipment this year will no doubt & Schebler Detroit Mich., is reported season it has opened up many markets in which Florida fruit never before was sold. By still

d continue later into the season than to erect residence. I further this line of effort the Exchange to sell a much larger proportion of
,,L ; at any time in the history of the C et extending proposes
4 Florida industry. Miami.-Jas. II. Snowden Indianapolis -
the fruit outside of auctions.
Ind. site of fifteen
7e p acquired ,
>Jo FORT LAUDERDALE acres with ocean frontage of 1,400
/' 4 VEGETABLE SHIPMENTS feet; is reported to level by draining
1" Indian creek construct bulkhead along I
'' ; Fort Lauderdale.-From twenty-five creek sixty foot boulevard bordering

a .. to thirty cars of vegetables are moving stream laid out erect residence con- Growers can now join the Exchange with the privilege of havingthe
to northern market weekly. The struct walks, drives, etc, coat $100,000.
11 season has been unusually bad but the local Associations sell their fruit in carload lots at the packing house to buyers whenever
I : weather conditions are now nearly Miami.-Raymond Van Camp, Indianapolis -
and the different Ind., is reported to erect terminate his with the
Q I t perfect vegetable these offer satisfactory prices. Any grower may contract Exchange at
are coming on fast. Prices haveS residence.
< y; been crop unusually good owing to the C wPensacola.Marvin the end of shipping season. Won't you join under these conditions? If so, fill out and sign ;

\ t I,J:,' best short paying crops. vegetable Peppers have crop this been season the- plans, by Wm. Alfred Pensacola Garrett has for this blank, mailing it to the general offices in Tampa.

'1.,;. '' r, with beans a close second. Prices welling at East Hill; 25.6x56 feet;
; i Frame; Barrett roof; gas and electric
"' ",I ; last week f. o. b. platform averaged "
u f? a* follows: Beans, $2 to $2.601 tomatoes. light. CC C

o.. i; ;r: $1.50 to $2; potatoes, $lobO to Bay Point.Bay Point Mill Co., "
j. I y -tt$2; peppers, $1.26 to $2; and eggplants Peter Rosasco. president. Pinewood FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE Date------------------------------------

} I $1.50 to $1.76. Fla, will rebuild plant burned at loss TAMPA FLORIDA.
'
J1 of $16,000 to 20000. .
u* : .1'FLOIUDA t VEGETABLES IN N. Y. o eFavoretta.Favorott.

v .. Lumber Co., I will joint the Exchange! for the season of 1915-16 on the tern set forth above.
t.: e New York.-There is still a good capital stock $10,000, Incorporated by ,
s I" demand in New York for good Florida E. B. Wlllcoxon and Martin L. Will-
i vegetable but the quality of the coxon of DeLand Fla., and J. W. Name
? i' ..' receipts, as a whole, continue poor. Willcoxon of Lake Helen Fla. Number of Acres of b.ari.( -----------p---------------------------------
< I I';' .' On everything that opens up in good .
t lr l: *sthape, the movement is quite active. Port Rickey.-S. Wessilius of Grand tre.* !la orange ________________
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I t :\5, .a Florida tomatoes ranged all the way Rapid, Mich., is reported as planning
'1t' ; from $1.15 to $3. with the outside to pave streets and sidewalk.

!. ': t ;flrure. for the best offerings.f. C ., Pod Odic- ___________________-___________u________
'. ", 1 ''j t f.; Beans sold under a range of $2 toy Dade City.-Pasco county commissioners Number of Acres of beariag
': "' f 4 mostly areund $3 to 350. let contract Edwards Construction -

,.. t If i '.r. .\: };'". Good, peas were in active demand Co., Tampa! Fla., to build trees in grapefruit _ ________________ ________________________________________
f :r 1 tin: $I to$3-60 generally but the poor National Highway through Zephyr- \
t '" '' .tock soldTas low as $2, with the gilt illls road district; clay rock construction .
: .... [ to $.. fourteen mile. long. Shipping Station ________u____________- .
l' ; ,: : xlge offering up ; -------------
l
j( ',. ; ; Both peppers and eggplants were in * Number of Acre of b.ariag .

:t" i\. -i1rirood demand at s range of $2 to $3.60, Tampa.-City l let contract Frank trees in tangerines _ ________________ __________________________________ _____ :.r
". }, ,; I *' !'according to quality. Stamm & Son! St. Petersburg, Fla., .
,t ti a f i' **; Radishes brought $1 to $1.60 and to construct about 60,000 feet concrete jj;'

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> paved. "
.
:
lj -', % ;r l'- Florida cabbage still leads the mar C M CTampa.City
: stock ranging from will curb and \ kY t
..w. L. ket-on: southern grade, .t21 "
,,1 > $1'.YS to $3.50 per crate+--Tne Paeker.i pave> portions of Jefferson, Harrison .{ .. '' ;';
;.r.}" and Elmore streets and Florabraska .t "
; \t ." .
a i : General John French" commander of avenue. CITRUS EXCHANGE .1 ,4'
,b the,British'forces In France: has announced I
,
L \u" 'hi. conversion, ;to oJ jmaangt till OaWM. That DOM Not Affect Th ..... ;
broul'htaboat:< ,. he.says: by the hero-. Bec ..* of IU tonic Bad IwutiM fleet.. LAXATIVE -
f ,andM r.ranUInT[ BKOMO QVIHINU to__tl...ordinary "
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endurance
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t "FRIDAY' / APRLV23.. 1.-' t, :THE,_:KISSIMMEE/VALLEY\ ; GAZETTE 14 _. J! .41. PAGIfli
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SCHOOLS PREPARING, I METHODIST REVIVALMEETING KISSIMMEE '.

:, .; i The Home Garden in I the South i ., GEORGIA : '


+ .1. a.ft.. .A.fT\tmMmr. .r F..ef.eai+. Arllelea F.e.ls a .y .ea.! eta/e. D.N t> .1 FOB END OF SESSION 1: Sufferers: Rescued Swiftly .After Hop ; IS CLOSED BEST PUCE. IN"STATE


No. 4-PREPARING THE SOILOF. THE, GARDEN.''. : COMMENCEMENT; TO BE' ,HELD Had. Faded meat and Failed.Long Treat. The revival meeting at.the. Methodist Xlealmmet has now new.boo.qrl:

....... ....'.. .... ...........O..OOO..O..O.O. ON MAT 10, BUT A NUMBEROF "I Sufferer aU over.tha state of Georgia night church after came a season to--a close of much last good Sunday has in late rsof come of here'F.to-W.males Brady) this who'city, .

'' The soil that .is to be used forT muriate or sulphate of potash at the EVENTS ARE PLANNED TO have found a ready deliverance spiritually among the member. and home. II. and Mrs.,
table. .hould, be thoroughly prepared rate of 200 to 400 pounds to the acre. OCCUR ,BEFORE THAT DATE rim'the ill* of stomach troubles peculiarly '- others who attended.' Brad are now living at 222 Orlando .
before planting.. A deep seed bed is An application of' 100 pounds of nitrate BY 'SCHOOL AUTHORITIES. common in the south. The meetln 'was conducted by the avenue. but will later build ,01* their
desirable and when an area which has of soda' will plant a Remarkable .stories of health re: I Rev W. D. Bass, of Mississippi assisted property purchased in' Pinedale.
never been ,plowed more than four start in the spring. Moro the nitro- gained are told by hundreds who have by-J. W. Watson,. of Georgia, as Mr. Brady travels*for the' Reese
inches deep must be used it should be gen in the manure hal'become avail Preparations are already being used Mayrs; Wonderful Remedy. It leader of the singing. Both of these Paint company, of Atlanta, and has,
deepened by gradually Increasing the able. made by teachers and pupils for the it a remedy with a record. The first gentlemen mad many friends during been spending the ,week here resting .'
depth of the plowing for a period of Where manure is not a.allable. closing of the present term of the dose is always proof. to any stomach their stay and their work was highly his next trip,'which begins 'it i
three or four years until the desired some leguminous crop, such as cowpeas Kisiimmee public schools. The term sufferer who tries it. If Is quick. complimented. Mr. Watson left after today and which will take him throul'hthe
depth is obtained. beans, vetch or crimson officially ends' May 10, but there will Here are what two users say: the close of the metelng: for his home, state of South Carolina. Mr.
Clay soil should be plowed in the clover,soy should be turned under to supply be many events leading up to the REV. J. POWELL Statesboro, Ga. while the Rev. Mr. Bass went to Brady has been traveling for many re +
fall If there Is no danger of washing humus and a part of the nitrogen. actual closing date. I 1-1 Just escaped the operating table. Haines City, where he will conduct a years and has been in almost every.
so' as to get It In a good mechanicaltonditionbefore Additional fertilizing elements can beapplied The first of these special events will Now 1 can eat what I wouldbe meeting for the Methodist church. state in the union. He* states that
be Parents Day on April 80, when glad if everybody suffering with ,
planting time. In thecooler In the form of commercial fer- he likes Florida best of all and that
parents; will be especially welcome to stomach trouble could learn of Princess Shakovsky. who hold
regions of the south freezingwill your a Kisslmme Is the best place in the
tilizers. No definite rule can be given .
visit the schools. The regular work remedy. flying certificate from Johanisthal has
pulverize the soil, while in regions fertilizerto best state to liver
for the kind of
'
or quantity
where freezing does not occur the varies-with the will go on just as if they were not SALISTA THOMAS 65 La FranceSt. been permitted to join General KUSek'e > "When I buy a ticket," said Mr. ,
be aPrliedi as this present, but they will) be at liberty on I I ., Atlanta, Ga.-"I have taken staff
pulverizing must be done by harrow : In most cases it is yourremedy as a military airwoman.This Brady, "for Kisslmme. I always tell '
crop this date to go from one room to an- five weeks. It has done me to be the sole
ing and cultivation. Sandy loams orsoils I appears Instanceof the ticket agent I want to go to the 4
safe to apply 1,000 to 2,000 pounds
other to note the work: Exhibits of i much good. I feel like I hardly know
that contain, a large amount of of a high-grade fertilizer to the acre. I a woman officially recognized in best place between Jacksonville and r
the work of the children will be et.rength-my appetite is fine.
humus should be far prom- my the army service. '
plowed enoughin Tampa.
One analyzing 2 to 4 cent nitro-
per inently displayed so that they may :I Mayr's Wonderful Remedy rivespermanent
advance to allow the soil to settla!
8 cent phosphoric acid, and
gen per what is being accomplished.On results for stomach, liver
just -
see - - -- - '
before planting. I ,
6 to 8 cent potash should give
per I - - - - - - - - -
and intestinal ailments.
the night of the 30th the an- Eat as much
Thorough preparation by plowing, good results if the soil is well supplied
will nual declamation contest for medals II and whatever :you like. No more distress -i
harrowing, rolling or dragging! with humus. This fertilizer be
lessen the work of cultivation. It is may will occur. Six boys and six girls se- after eating, pressure of gas in
secured already prepared or be SEED
may lected recently in competitive contest the stomach and around the heart.
not sufficient to smooth and level the
mixed at home. The following com
surface the pulverizing should extend : will compete for the medals given: by I Get one bottle of your druggist now
down several; inches. bination will make a satisfactory fertilizer C. A. Carson (for girls) and J. L. and try it on an absolute guarantee '
for a home garden and may be Overstreet (for boy, ). if not Rationed money will be re FOR SPRING PLANTING .
Manures and Fertl1l at the rate of to 2,000
u. applied 1,000 The girls: selected to compete for turned.IF .
The soil for vegetable growing!' pounds to the acre:
the medal are: Laura Thomas, Lois ----
should be rich and well supplied with One hundred fifty pounds nitrateof Johnson, Margaret Stanford, Violet yOU CHILD! IS CROSS Full line of new crop seeds of'all kinds.
humus. Barnyard or stable manure is soda; 650 pounds cottonseed meal; Bullock, Grace Winn and Amy Mak- I FEVERISH, CONSTIPATEDLook
the best fertilizer: because it furnishes 1,000 pounds acid phosphate, 16 per inson. We can supply your w'ants. Write for new catalogue.
both plant food and humus. An cent; 200 pounds muriate or sulphateof The boys named are: Tony Rogero, 'I Mother! If tongue; la coated,
application of 20 to 80 tons of manureto potash.It Frank Calkins, Gerald Risers, Arthur cleanse little bowels with "Call- KILGORE SEED COMPANYI
the acre is very satisfactory, and Jurrell and Nat Car- fornia Syrup of Figs."
should be borne in mind that commercial Rivers, Arthur .
on some soils this application will fertilizers will not produce son. I Mothers can rest easy after giving I PLANT CITY, FLORIDA.
need with
but little reinforcing com- satisfactory results unless the soil is j The high school orchestra will furnish j: "California Syrup of Figs" because in
mercial fertilizers.far The manure in advance shouldbe of well supplied with humus. In fact, I I music for this occa"ion. i, a few hours all\ the clogged-up waste, yfr "frfrfrXfr *fr" "frfr -fr fr fr frfr s
applied enough large quantities of fertilizers are jus- On Friday night, May 7, Miss Myr- i sour bile and fermenting food gentle .
the planting time to allow it to should decay. tified only where the soil Is in good: I tilla F. Reals, teacher of music and moves out of the bowels, and you have -
used it
Where coarse manure is mechanical condition. Many soils in her pupils will give a recital. I la well, playful child agin. oooooooooooooooooo..ooo.ooooo..o.oo.oScre
be in the fall and turned Pt.
applied lined the south that have been in cultiva- On Sunday, May 9. at 11 a' m., the Sick children! needn't be coaxed to
r, but well-rotted manure should be I
after and sohuld be tion for a long time are in n poor commencement) sermon will be preached take this harmless "fruit laxative." nsor the w/ndoeus
applied plowing mechanical condition and need humus, the Rev. A. M Chisholin All
be-
well mixed with the soil by harrow- by I Millions of mothers keep it handy
which be by turning un- of the churches will forego their .
ing. On soils it is advisable to can supplied cause they know its action on the
apply commercial many fertilizer, especially der green crops or coarse manure.A morning: services on thin date and all I stomach, liver and bowels is prompt and doors n70Ne HFe
join In the union services which will
farmers' bulletin of the and
addition the new sure
phosphates, in to manure.
United States department of agriculture be held in the High: School auditorium Ask druggist for a 50-cent'bot.'
An application of 300 to 600 poundsof your 7
Uegot
On Monday, May 10, at HJO:: m.,
a. "
acid phosphate to the acre will be (No. 6.47)), is entitled "The Home tle of "California Syrup of Figs, worthvin'
sufficient Sandy soils often need a Garden in the South." It may be hadon promotion exercises in all grades will which contains directions for babies, Them ,
little additional potash, which! can be application to the department at be held. At 10r30 the same morningthe I' children of all ages and for grown- r
eighth grade graduation exerciseswill
applied economically in the form of Washington, D. C. ups. .17 __
be held. At 8 o'clock in the evening c-
the School commencement I
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BOYS CAPTURE FISH HAS FIYEKINDSOF exercises The alumni will take banquet place.will be held _on Illustrated war t i I ); i iI 'i
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4
I
of
the night Thursday, May 6. r tiI
cards
STUNNED BY A BLOW FRUIT IN HIS YARDThat TAKES OFF DANDRUFF---, postal I t i
HAIR STOPS FALLING I 10 for $1 each stamped and mailed "
25 for $2 I "J l or 4 a week until you t 3T

who lives in Flor- Save Hair I Get a 25 cent Bottle 40 for $3 I have all. of.
Here's the first big fish tale of the every man your
of the world'sW8.l
The record
year ida should figuratively have his own of Danderine right now-Also I greatest t
Arthur Jarre!), Joe Farmer and "fig and vine" is the opinion of J. stops itching scalp. ; already 200 different cards. Send IJMil1
Professor Webb took part in the affair McPhatter' and he Is true to his belief. I Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy I money in letter or money order to I : \
and they have the fish to prove Just at the present time Mr. Mc- 'hair is mute evidence of a neglected (;KOIUK; KKISCHNiederwiena. '
their story. Phatter has five different kinds of scalp-of dandruff-that awful scurf I. Saxony, GermanySELECT ; I ",
It was like this. They had been I fruit on the trees in the yard of his There is nothing so destructive to / 1
/ '
I over to the sand bar a few days ago home. He has trees now bearing low- the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair ,J \ I I d I ,1))
on a bathing trip, having gone out quats, kumquats, catlett guavas oranges of its lustre, its strength and its very' I r;
and His fig tree is
in a canoe. : grapefruit. life feverishness '.
eventually producing
also fine and bids fair to bear ; a HOMES, CHOICE FARMS, \ .
As to returnto looking I
they
were preparing and of the whichif ''i
itching scalp II
,
the city, one of the boys saw some- its usual quota of figs, which in past not remedied causes the hair root I VACANT LOTS AND ACREAGE. \ iii I ;:'
has about 200 boxesin FlOD
thing sticking up In the water, whichhe seasons averaged
to shrink, loosen and diethen the '
thought was a fish fin. Others of addition to a large quantity which hair falls out fast. A little Danderine : f t'
the party thought it was only a log have been eaten and given away. tonight.-now-any time-will surely MRS. MAKY M. SUMMERS 1
should have
laying in the water. "Every man in Florida
Anyhow one of them grabbed a club fruit in his' home yard," said Mr. McPhatter. save Get your a 25 hair.cent bottle of Knowlton'sDandertne 608 Penfu-ld St. DON'T PUT UP A RUSTY, WORN-OUT OLD .w

- and swung at the object. It provedto .should"This is the it about fruit paradiseand wherewe from any drug store. You SCREEN. IT WONT KEEP THE FLIES MOSQUITOES_ '
be a fish and the blow stunned him. we keep us One block west of Clyde avenue. '
A second blow seemed to paralyze his can"eat our fill whenever we feel of surely it if can you have will beautiful just try a hair little and Dan.lots (Clyde, the second avenue west of AND INSECTS OUT. BUT WILL MAKE IT HARDER !

tail was and unable although to get his he swam tail beneath away the he like To it.show the kind of fruit he is derine. Save your hair! Try Itt! court house leading south.) FOR YOU TO "DRIVE" THEM OUT.

Water and they followed him in the growing Mr. McPhatter brought sl(
The price of tin fluctuates
rapidly -
. canoe until they captured him and basket of the different kinds to the and widely. very BUY OUR NEW SCREENS AND SCREEN WIRE1THIS '
". hauled him into the boat. The fish Valley Gazette office, for which we WILL MAKE HOME LOOK PRETTY. THEN
to be trout weighing eleven were truly grateful.A --- --- ---
proved a :
., pounds and the boys exhibited him toa YOU CAN BE SAFE FROM THESE LITTLE DISEASE-

their friends to prove the story. Sluggish 'Liver Needs Attention.Let BEARING PESTS-AND BE COMFORTABLE ALL __

Yields Quickly to Sloan's your Liver get torpid and you SUMMER. ,

a' ., Rheumatism i You can't pr vent an attack of are body in gets for a an spell attack of misery.now and Every-th. ,. The eyes of the world .. ...
Rheumatism from coming on, but
you ,
.' it almost Thousands of people keep their Livers I ... Ifo ,

can stop Liniment gently applied immediately.Sloan's to in the active' and New healthy Life Pills.by Fine using for the Dr.Icing's . W. B.: .Makinson: Co. : 'Phone. 123" \

r-'" sore ,oint or muscle penetrates a Stomach, too. Stop the Dizziness, .the'll1an who '-00 '. ,I, : .>.'
.' . few minutes to the inflamed spot that Biliousness and are on
Constipation, Indigestion. -
the : It soothes the hot,
causes pain Clear the blood. Only 25c at . .
tender, swollen feeling, and in a very r -- ---
short time brings a relief that is almost your Druggist.

unbelievable until you experienceit. There are nearly 200,000 lunaticsin 1'P'P
Get a bottle of Sloan's Linimentfor the United Kingdom.InvlKOf"dJn& 1 {
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25c of any Druggist and have it in I ARE YOU GOING TO START A NEWSPAPER ?
the house-against Colds, Sore and SAVEST"
to the Pale and
SicklyThe
I Swollen Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica and I II 7
like ailments. Your money back if Old.Standard rrneral Btreiisthralnir tonic.GROVK .
B TA8TBLK88 chill TUNIC,drive out IF SO WRITE US ABOUT EQUIPMENT
I not satisfied, but it does give aim st I N.larl.eurlche blood.ad builds"plhear.tem. .-
instant relief. A true tou.". For.dult..ad children. Mc
Wo Hare All Kind Of ,
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C. A. CARSON President. N. C. BRYAN. Secretary. .e
for a moment, young man

The Waters & Carson give a thought to self. The PRINTING MACHINERY ,


problems that confront you now, or


Grocery Company will a few years hence.Look FOR SALE


i about yon-the mea of affairs in country, state, nation-yes,

i ;i Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES in the world, are the men who started to save early in life.


They have the respect ud confidence of the community.


Then look on the other side-at the fellows who fpend: aD ti.yrakethey Oa account of tke consolidation of tke Valley Gazette and the '
Osceola Journal we have a surplus of printing mackinery. We offer
may ban a food time for- a while, bat what does tt l
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000000000004000 WE BUY .* A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be tkeHelens 1 Intertype Typesetting MachinePractically
0 WE SELL: 0 0 : .
0 of u honorable, independent career. New-Extra Magazine*. ;
HAY. 0 0 Make your beginning now-today. Tour

- .4 GRAIN 0 0 0 HIDES 0 bank book will pave tke way. 1 Book and Job Campbell PreSs' '

O FURS 0O
o FERTILIZERS + This msckine is large eneogk for six celnmn. qaart paper. ,

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0 O SHINGLES > 0 0 AND .0 State Bankof 1 No. 5 Boston Wire Stitcher (New) ;, r''

0O ORANGE BOXES. .

4 0 ALL 0 1 33-inch Diamond Paper Cutter. \ A,
4 ORANGE WRAPS. 0 0 0 KissimmeeCapital ;::
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VEGETABLE CRATES + One Jobber 8x12 C. & P. r '
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! C. A. CARSON. Prest. J. M. LEE. Vice Pre.t TERMS: Part cak and balance_ei tinM. ,' 'i\,
a_:: r i We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. x
Wi give special attention to fitting out bunting and camping' parties. M. KATZ. 2nd Vic Prest. KISSIMMEE VALLEY: GAZETTEKISSIMMEE : )

Free delivery i in city limit Phon No. .12. ROMA THOMAS Cashier ,I, y't"1" '" ,-
fertilizers. Ask for circular and price EE FLORIDA ,' ti'a'
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1' PAQfi :'M/,!;i: I!,:, .'ii.".. -- THE KISSIMMEE,' VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, .APRIL, 23' 1014 .

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:J D. Ballard Ibft for bride: ._ 4.10 CANNING.CLUA AGENTS thoro 'with, them. .Following (
of the V. C.; aroTCo.. mule **ett %_ IOS.U GIVE INSTRUCTION' hlr.fauPUar which
Proceedings W. 4k iC. Oro. Co., *roo .to ,. g.,Ill.09 study coy*. ,

Will William, wit. to pi a.. _._ -1.00 (Continued from Page On.), ,. ,hid several years, the chemists were

TO JUDGE POTATOES Nathan Porter witness to p. ,lu 1.00 1 placed in charre of the crowingcan ')

iI: 1.I HOW County Commissioners n.H. C.R.U.ln..ton May, witness wlttiea to p.to a..p.._a. 1 100.00 of the day and in all saveral. hundred nin&'club work and are now toUring-, '

Bob Young: witness to p. a. .__ 1.00 i persons took advantage of the demon ab ut the country lending: aid to the

? IMPORTANT TO KNOW VARIETY YOU PLANT.r Henry Ed Austin(Uauldon.witness\ witness to p to a,p.._a._ 1.00 1.00 I' stratlons both morning and afternoon.: regular I canning club workers. : HU

. S KlMlmme, FI*.. April E, 1916. 1 H. Ingrain: feed of prisoner l 1(5.60: Aided by Miss Carson." Miss Harris talks and demonstrations proved very

,: .oo.oo .oo..t..oooo.toooo OOCI 0 CI 0990.0' 0000"900 OCi' The board of county commissioner, Will Bennett witness p. a. _____ 1.00 I devoted most of her time in explaining Interesting and instructive. SOn
; In and Oieeola Florida met .t. 9!. Jtoberson. med to Jail prls TOO Tuesday the demonstrators wentto
fQr county the details of
C. "To what family scales and tips White. Section B E. Evans, farm dent agent._ II.fiOJno. proper canning of
D. :
Washington creamy on thw above date, there befnqr prevent St. Cloud where similar demonstra,
Davis, t ){eh. to.00 fruits and Vegetables. Equipped witha ,
care pauper ,
2 Base occasionally chairman V.
The usually White 10 I It. uanler.A. .
? Lesley,
' do your potatoes belong ; W4II Buck Mass wit. co. Judge _._._ 1.00" farm canning outfit she showed those tions were given' from 2 to Ii. p. m.
W. K
K Ua., Tlndall.
obtain tinged with leaf scales and Young '
farmer 'who desires to know may magenta; Henry Yates, wit. oo Judge 1.00 to .
On journeyed
Wednesday they
f 1 I and J. L. OverStroet. iii ,
ker.. commlMlimer who watched her the ease with Which
with lilac to Kiseimme. valley tlaiette,
tips tinged magenta.
enlightment; from a new I 5
some 'lowers-White. I oli-rk blanks And 'legal notice ___ St.76 the work; of canning can be done when Whittier and there the demonstrations .
bulletin of the United States department The minute of the last m..tlnlof Ira OKlesby, wit oo. Judge 1 0* lasted from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. '
I I once it is mastered.Dr. .
: of agriculture, entitled "Group Group D Rural. the board were read and approved.A Koy Hronson. wit co: judge ___ 1:00 The canning club work has 'shown a. .
Classification and Varietal' Descriptions Tubers-Broadly round-flattened to I committee from the Osceola. Co. John Hay. wit. co Judge _______ 1.20 Straughn demonstrated'.the : .
L short oblong- Fruit &.- Truck Grower a.so< latlon. John Goodman wla co Judge __ 7.90 making of marmalade from bitter big growth in Osoeola county under'
of Some American Potatoes. oblong, or distinctly consisting or Messrs H. C Stanford \
__ .
Tale Kulllvan. wit. 00. Judge" t 10AmoH the Capable direction of Miss Anne
This is a professional paper and deal. flattened; skin creamy white. I J. M !_.,'" and !C. I). Vans Agnew ame (jails wltnes\ co. Judge __ 220 sweet oranges and actually made upa
p Carson and she that thereare
in detail with each family con Sprouts-Base dull white ; leaf before the board. and asked tin in tilelnln > H"'rl, Mass. feed hnn_____ 13.91 sample of the product as one of reports now
.
potato ,. II. \0:; I v"nll. Ihi furtn' ill 111011.Ntratlon .1. II \Walker, haul to nil road 10.00 the features of the day. over seventy gardens being? kept sand
and to
scales
sidered. The bulletin says: tips violet-purple pansy HKont for Oho' two tnomliH I In L K Karmer. rep' bridge N. Ua*. tl.60I Dr. who is tended by canning club g-irls.
1 ; "A more intimate knowledge of the violet. I'h.' v'ar Hint. was not proMi for In .J I L MarKrave! Krocerle __ ____ 3.60 Straughn, an expert the clubs
is much to be desired not only :Flowers-Central portion of corolla I tin' HltrtM mi nt belwien (h.. li.>aiil' inn] E I. li.si l.\.. car fare and med. chemist, has made a careful study of All of the girls of canning
potato In. .11'111..11.. ut and the ladies who attended the demonstrations
( ni i dipartmint a
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if
tn county 00I" fruit products and able to tell
pauper -- was
the farmers who deep violet with the purple growing 11..1-1 : tocoU
by scientists but by .f I'm' rnonthI
) ai x i IW" .J l I hunn. med serv : DOH those who are busily eneag-ed in .
J grow them. If the latter can recognize lighter toward the outer portion ; five I il \\'.oooill' thin nppeiirid ,IH.rro- .1 1 bomb. ix tidy Ii Hamilton 10.00 attended the demonstration I
old varieties under new names points of corolla white. i ho' loon, I .1 ,anil eto.I".I. that t ll was hln | Illott: t Plain (*'t.. part payment just how the marmalades and jelliescan preparing various fruit delicacies to
\ ''t,, ni.o I II..,. II"" ..hilt \' illcl mil n.1.1Ii on book innililniH' co _u_. 181 tt be made by various methods. be exhibited at the first Fair Day dis-
he will not be deceived by the present Group; 10( -l'earl.) ".llll'IIHtl, ,. .,,] ILKI.III, an.1 that 111. \\IIH ,! 1" M I :Mulph, . ..$! I II. H Brown 4 29 to be held here on May 8 at
Dr. play ,
that while
practice of some seedsmen who manu 'fllloerHRouI.nattl'lJ.t! to heart.I 11..1 'tin. onlon. that wa" iijipiiHiil. I .I. I II I I liiKrain. cost 1). II Brown H 17 I. Straughn explained
varieties from old ones." shape. usually. lu-iivilv .hollld"I'I.d , II.. |,,1 Ian t"l J It\ I mill Kan. bridge. over. Crab making Investigations for the depart- which time prizes will be given for the ,'

.' facture new ; I IIMIXMIIKI , I ,..,,, "', .II,. \,,i'' ,.,r ..,.). ,,, IH" ""' r 'V.incM '11,1558; 5 eIu _._____ 10000 ment of agriculture under the best products exhibited. b
,, The bulletin does not claim to pn"i' .Hkin a dull while. dull russet 01" > '1 1',1..1.,I . ..,..I 1.01' I I.\ It \ ",,"10"i .nl., \\ I i Hub. i f lit i iiii lunik t. w. 3 lIlt pure
Bent a completed damnification/ of all \\ hole in MC IK.n I or a il<.< I' M'lish ...11.1, II .0' isI.i, 'h.il tinI....ii il I II MIH, Kiiiiiia' Kt((to''ardH.' nurse c I' 67 60) food law it was ascertained that a

A merlean potatoes hut indenvoiH to pUlpll' I III s<.('tlllll t ] !] :JSpuiiitH !. ,\ ,,,I,, I I .I i I, \Ii, I I\"H: 'as |,I I I. I]1"'H'' -'I 1 I I Hunk, '.1 KlaMlmniee. Intmi chemical analysis would not show just Coal exports irom South Wales for
.oi, 11", "nun''il It.t tv S ]limn \\ Sir NUll 4N21 and how fruit articles in the
: S.tlllll'1 H.IM leaf '.1)1) pure various
'.f. offer a lift thnt may pioa stailinitpoint : si U \\ I"llll 1 101 I .i Mill.' I I.I fl I 1'". i,.. "I Ii I I"s 1 7 i.in. in,in I.h __ __ 41 99 1914 show a decrease of nearly seven
upon which to t-iiliugi1" lot er on and I tips i usiinllv I I fuilh I I I I I tiii/i'l I I withUlai I .. I 1'1"" ,, .I i i. M i :* "r .11 ..n inn". "I. I I"' I II'I'H I I, I .nil I. i ll\Htt I I, it Oil ipayl canned state were and it was necessary million tons as compared with the

The bulletin the f"powlnj.C( I \ .'. :Sol: | |iou|| :2 ]Ia i isr. hoof .soilo. anilI I ,i..ii..r i is u ..11. .in I ..nn" r.nob.' i I 1".1\t XV I F Tha I \ i.r _ Gil (III for the chemists to make a study I previous year. _
jIVl'K \* I,i,' I h w i is .., "11 n I h".H. ,,1.,1 I ,, I "li , "I I 1'1.. Mill I .I I 'niiliit.I .IK I CD., payli of the manufacturing As a I IPliesCured
,,1 "rlHHsificnUon kx-y" briefly ili-M"i'ilmitf: I'II"I \ minis?) ni.nn I' '" I I Is, I I h, | ", . I ll"" .'I f I III \h".iI I ,.0 1 I II"I It ..i", ", I" I 11-I 2'ir. result he and several other process chemists
each of eleven! I 1 limi'"isVhiU'. . . .. II \\ I : I IM I'o nn.ill hook
gii>upIroup : I. " I I s| I I .I I I\ I 1 I II. " Ml V 5 \\ In 6 to M Days
(; 1-'olhl'r.l I Ifl ( ;11' IMIp I II I I I'l""IIc'h.I\\: ! \ I,, I M,,, I 1 I t T I II.I 1 l.-s.,I,,,M, 1 I.. 1 "MI I I of I I I. n fI..rH,, 3D ( went into the factories where these
.ft. .. ,. , i I I'' I : ,ml I & Co 1 1"\1 U"I your druffflM\ will refund money If PAZXOINTMKNT > 5..
Kourxlihh skin . '1 1'111"1' l.iip..d: | I I" |""'",1f111.1I1'n..1. "I I I iI. I "I '" '' t" 11 in i iti. I Ii " Iii products are put up and watched theprocesses.
l'uloers ; ciiuni\ .. .. ..i-! ..I I l Hi' _ 411 : falls to cure, any cue of Itching If )
I I i.. : 1..1, I '., \1-! t II.I |I"""I I 11 III s"I"| li' i I I" w i i I'''I' 'i In fact made
.
I1lte.. I m, i oiiiiil' nliTui 1> ,,,f -I h I"ii, oi.i urn vs lull i' . they even Blind Bleeding-or, Protrudln-Piles In 6 to Udsy.
I I' "I u i h w *.14. iUil.r, 'i il I itiii. .li..ilIH artule'? themselves The first applIcation fives Hue .ad B.est. SQc.
the become
Sprouts Has', leaf stalls :iinl! I tips spl.l) hill \Kltl, ) o MM I "l II) IM, "Id I I I 1",1.v ,Ui : . \ , . .T.i., II. "I ,Ii. I..". It h, I I.. .1.1I I. .,,,, ,.,. to
I 0 I. ;II III IM SiN fllll\\)] H
f slifrntlv or .11 tllH'tly tinj!iil \\illi ," .ol. i. s i'v'j/ldh':( ]|. IM iflit>1 ;"11" in'11 11" I ,h i I lu"I IolM .. I I . .1 II ' . ... .,, ,, .., -
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dish. \nilcl or lI1ul'nt.a. I In tnniiN tasi-. )p i':IlK, I Illll I I II, \ .. iJl'l .' ii .. I II dl I "I ,.."I I .. .1.1I. I II 1.,1 "" "I :I:1'1| 77 AA __ AAA. _ : _ :_ _

Ow roloi is alisi'iit) vllovvtis :f I" ""I'I I :.o. o.. li .i I si :ill o .i'..I.I11" I i|i. I' I ..1 ". I ' I II II1 I .",,I ,I. c , ,," t ttlI! 411I" !

I.ifflit, IIIHC puipl' tiinli.i 'mi' ''i <" \I. .,IllJ-l,: I \\ i I'.1 1 I I 1)i..T > I I I. ""I" I .4: I Isi I I". ,ci" I I"Ii 'I :ttiI.! I"I'
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intense hc'at niav l lo p almostlnti \ .1'1I i . .. .. . .. I t ,, .II. I... ', li" ii", ,ii purl
I I vv i I I ii i I II. IIV
;\ (;iioup i-.Tliul1lph.1 I I "ui I J I'111! I I"1" I I . ... .d. , ,1 ii." ," ,'Itt Inti "I III "ll, III H Illll, ..I I II I-

t i; 9111)C11. lioiimiish! ; sUin ii"'11111j \' Iii I 'I l Ifl")''J| upiM I)Ill', t,,inn, l.\ \\ 'ho' lill ,I.. I t . I.. '!'',, , ''' I. ,I... II I I.' .. II., ,I ii ..," lSlIIi. . in.I. llll' *4r, nnI BONES
I listis oil
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j white \\ ith inoic (01' I Icsj, j iimiinusplashes ? 0 ',,'1> l.! ''up'' li,.i"!II !In I ,, \ ', ;" '1 i'I* [nip'! I I I'' I ." ''I. I I" .IVI , .. I ii I, '' ''"\\1". ,, ,00n.Iuiut. t i i.Ih. I II II' I- !
I ; --oliil, ) ll.l, I I. .I.I.. t,,I Ic' I I III,".It III f 'III11 I I I. I ) .i.i"I .1 .
) of ml or iininic en I II III I .. .5 I .1 . .I iih, I "I t I''. I I"'d I II II
, I c I ,'ci's I.. I I. I 1''''''lit t Hill.", I 11' 1 IImi hi. .1. I'
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t. rid ; maimingiv t ,'atl\) I I '. \ iJ'0 1 1\ \' 1 11> n !h i -i i n, ,iti 1 i : \ (t' I I I ' "'' '' I I I, V SI. . .. . ... I
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55 $ \1 i i
anil '111 I llll. > \\ 1 ..1.. d I ii" s.I,0. ."I -: ... I "I II II. : ------
::1' SpJOlltB"I" *, It'iif ,si'ali"). I I.i'v tips 'I'" X-r! otIP! 'Is .1.1slinh > 'rio . 1 1
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mol e or. loss d"I] siilfusi williledilish \ I I I 0 :al i I I tin s"i 11111' I tin I "i i in," I \\iil I) I I I I I" II. I Ii. \v .. I' I ". . I II ' "I'! ", 5. 71,1 I. 7sI I II

', ) > ,iolct1'lowirs )K. )K >,,I.\M II> I J.. ..." I ,,, "- \\I,,., "I"I 'M .." III,,t I II .." I .5..t I ..I I.1IU'I S 2 so I.;' 7 I Is.d WE-WANT-BONES

Very I 1'jrht' roce p"'I'Il'| I I Fa..h uf I tin. trumps i' id l i i nl'i.il I 'inf.rli .1, \ 1 I Ho.: '" ..,..10.1 Is. I: \ I Ip I. . I. "I,",,,,1 I f.411IlhlI !,
.'J I lodI. forI I p .. .1. i . I. I I', I I' 'I", II I. UI I "I I..""I ]i.1'IS; 42
(droup: ::1Early 1 !MichiffinTuberH 'al.) i ddad t: III Iii. liii. as , ,. ,
78 I I.1..1"I I I .iosO'. |tI., M, .ll, it., 5. I I I"""", II I r..1. 2" Ii,
J, -- Oblong or elongateflat t t'n- I nisi IIKVllu : ,I ..1.I i. I will,I I, I tli I, ,ii, ,,,I I. M, i"..I In, ,, .- S. I '..,", I l.i.li:! IIIS.

) eel skin white or creamy white, oi'..aBionally ' Inuinph' ) } I!'tiiup) ) is )")!"IPW".t)) ) i ] n)..f( II.r, j I.,. I ",,, I, ..ill ,MI., ,I h., ii., .in.1 I ,1... "II i, 1' :r>0,,., :2 i 2liMitl Prairie Bones Bleached Bones
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fi-, iail\' .. li.i\n ..10, I" I'' . \, IIIi, sshiIt, II..i. ,.,liii. , s.c "i. :rs... ;b 4611140",
suffuwd with pink mound II \\ \r\ all'III" 'i; , ,", ,, ,c., ,.., ,.I ti.i I I ii., cli I I I", I II" ,- I :No., 4 _ itlfsi' 11t'
bud-eye cluster in Early Albino I IDiiiulish tuli\ 'rs nnil a d\la'; I" li.ilut,' of 1.\ .5. S I' .S's I. __ _ 21497S

s:. Sprouts-Base light rOMpu..pIlHh; Htn\\\h\ holy OIK- ion.niloo.i> i of this 1.I I '1''" ...I I 1. S.. iieI, liii., oI, I". iI-.. 'h S It-o Ii _ _ Ill 72 All Kinds of Bones

white roHe-pu..ple.j t the 'Into I 0)17)11. ('an l I0"i. I iijaiili.lHK 1 .'','''' '' ''h ss.Ii.I., , ..." 1: I. 1..i ]1.- --
tips or light Kioup
creamy ,, ,. T'al _
r ,' $14.4&6,1
I. \ I""lion 1",1 f. .o Is II.' :" I n.
: Flowers-White. having alloy t'onsidi"i alili) ('combo'- ,",.iitsli.r, , is, ",", ti.tIIt 1'' I jtt: ., I' .. .. Write to ut for prices and shipping instruction
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I 'u.1| ,, ,, ,. .. ,, 1ht.i 5 I Ii. Ink furthir huHlneHH IMfin.
Group 4-Rose. ( i Imp..tll.1I'1' I 1", .11\ 11140 '1"11" i IIH ,1I'h" 1 \ .
tin I lionid mutton for
'f'1' j Tubers-Roundish oblong to olonK )lo.seript" ion Hip ns very i'ailbut. Si '.. $412 r'.1 I II 'h..I". ., . HUM mini,,. un id l duly Hicondeci niljourntm. whercM -
.ill 1.in. ,I( 1.,1\> <.f II 11.mult, ,n. ( ,in .1 I.1it .
ate.flattened or spindle.shape the Yield is low. \ ines OIVoii] fed anil "I'| tin liiurd H.ll.MiT-n l to m..1 Onss'Mslssfl
it) ti.s"" 04i1i! fit I h.I i lot". .I "I SCM < 1 llli .> . .
skin flesh colored! ( fairly i <' <'l. not much l rumhe : ed; or pink,fllltl..n'l ntnpa inMM; i 1 ii fjiui 1naKiiU( of II 1 IHI .\ I 0 1 15 i 1 ,
the case of the White Rose ) Stems short, storkv, dark I!1'1'1. I"..,.,. Iit.i..t? , liii, I I..".'in, \\1..11.i ii I M :O"M V I. L\oI'ILI'.V. PhalrminVtti Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.
Sprouts-Base and I,oaves medium large and dark jn'l'n. 4 5 I .u.sit, ,4'1)7' I 1. "'" mont. h 141 0 Z' I I'o 00 I II.i i i I. ..iit. I 1I..1t t I III1I"I'H\0 5 h..cl"r.
'J, to deep rose.lilac; leaf scales and tips I Mowers purple! or rose.lilac. Tillers \I \I'I" 'Ih.110"1" I I,.. s 5 I I ri - ---- .

. cream to rose-lilac. round with blunt I to i olitusv) ends, '1 I .o, I .1. i "..I. 0 5 I MM Ii"It t Ii] 2.I. intIc. THINK Manufacturer of
OF IT
I Flo\V'r8-WhllAo in sections 1 and : slightly to distinctly shouliieitcl \'\ esmedium .. \Iss.o' ii' II'.. I ..II I 2 .ii lii .II ..fiIe. 'RI.
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2; rose,lilac in section 3. I in number and depth; luiil. \I \I ,1-," "ii,. I)" ''''..,1 I I.. r..". t ti.I. ..

Group 6-Early Ohio. eye cluster j penerall deeply set Skin I..,... .I, ," ,,,,, .SL ilOl. i-ts. ,ii I 'h, '" ". "' ''' '' '' :W.II( (!() Persons Publicly RecommendOur IDEAL, ALKIDEAL aad PERUVIAN FERTILIZERS.

11,1', ,,,,h'' ,. .....1 sohis II , "
ovoid white, cahionallj with pink is 11,1.4 """ .
Tubers-Round, oblong or ; namy In'mt'dy: Some Are KisHimmee
,, .
,. .
h.' \\.1 ssh' "I"; '" It. 1."I..c.l-
skin flesh colored or light; pink, with eyes or splashes ( as in White .\ Ih, ,.1. .it. t.. rid., , H'.II'' h ,, i I Ii( People. Jacksonville, Fla.

numerous small, raised russet dots PriUMiph ) with a few or many splash ''h.I , ,Iui, .. t \ h..1 n" . ..' 01.I .'... .1 i Cs., *

j Sprouts-Base leaf scales and tips <.s of <'rimson ( as in the Qun I.un..h ist 'Id I I, I h' ..r ss .. Over one hundred thousand have . *
) and Noroton' Heautor) solid n'd. \ 1.\1"\ I I....". 1 II 1 II, ,,.1. "I his! K'('orH"H'lld..d I )loan's Kidney Pills -: _ fi
less suffused with carmine or
.
more or deeply ., ,
.
,
Hit" I 5) 0' 5 .I I" "I"'" I I. ii.I Is 'h lor nackacho
,lilac to violet-lilac or magenta; occasionally splashedith, (':nuns I I. ..1, 'ii, ,. ., \I. II.: "., I, I stst.i. kidney urinary ills, - -- _

Flowers-White. ( OH in the Triumph). 1 lesh a iieamwhite > .11,1, \\ ,""" I'. ..., sus ,ipss,, ii" ''h, Thirty} I thousand sig-ned' testimonials C

Hebron. Sprouts have inose It'd stales ..tuiI'" clog .iiui 'h.II ,las. ...... \ ,isIn me appealing now 'in public print
Group C- (
"r.o..1 I if ,Is. I.... ,.. .. 1''''' Otis, 10".1, :Some; of them are Kissimmce
Tubers somewhat 'flat- and tips. more or less deeply diffused ., people.
-Elongated, ,IiisItIiit.I, , "", ,"1".1. .u .I' \'onIlci
teneid sometimes spindle-shaped; skin with reddish violet I 0 I" sis .ssI. 11...",. ii. ihii. I'.r Ci ,. on Some. are published in Kiss.Dimee

l white more or less clouded The descriptions of'arit'li.e... print. \I \.1, I'' ,' 1" I.r..1 \I.." rrr' Ih.' No other remedy shows such froof. What About Your Insurance? I
F .
) creamy color eil in the bulletin cover only about 10.,1, ,iiid. Ml 1"1.'c1 t th tt 1 If II h. \' would. p 'v follow this KiHsimmee man 8 example -
with flesh or light pink. th. fi .1"I 0 lit I i.iisiit..s. f hl I IK M ndinf I ?

., Sprouts-Base creamy white to one-fifth of the varieties upon which in.11 him n that, hi. w..I.1. Hhll' It downin .
) -l''light lilac leaf scales and tips the department's scientists have been ,, .1) "oinike on". w It'H d'n"'AI"II"... C. W. Campbell. Bryan and Dillmir-
to ; but color pure working It has been the object to in- Mi i i nt,' |,",JIMN..ii foi tin Our <'on nidi'nit ton ham streets, Kissimmee, says: "I suffered Ne matter what you may want i in toe way of Insurance, I can
mauve magenta, some . .
Fhis 1 I 1".lr.1, ] IriHtruf d thi d..r" to
,) times absent. elude in the list mainly those whose .111'w 'th iustI.siIig. .cial raisOn. The from a lame and laching back supply it I make a specialty of Indemnity and Fidelity Bond, Life,

. Flowers-White. commercial importance or value from 1"1",101.f Fib. Oil I odiirtn i t.omjmnfor. and my kidneys did not act as they
Group 7Burbank. the standpoint of the plant breeder rllh''rl mat rial $2<*r. Th.' EllIot: I should I used Doan'a Kidney Pills aa Fire, Accident: Health and Tourist Insurance.

,, Tubers cylindrical to some- make them of more general interest i.5iisii.r C."V.. $181 22 pn.rt pnvmrnton directed and they gave me splendid Courteous and attention Low
-Long, hook t\ |I" 'itt,'r. for the county of- prompt no matter
what flattened, inclined to be slightlyspindl..haped The plant breeder in particular may lIe"in relief. I cheerfully recommend them

? ; skin white to light gain some assistance from this list Si.ii]*.il I II.IH on I he courthouse roof for I know they are just as repre Urge or Low small an amount you wisk.
'd' ,,1! r..ad I I In board "
v. 'r. up n< HIM open sented.
white smooth and glistening as it may give him some idea as to ..
r creamy Alld ( I. Thi null* r l h.lnoc t h low* stand
of section 2. what can be expected from the unionof Price 60c at all dealers. Don't simply -
or deep russet in the case IH'Ht hl.ld'r wan awrded the contract -
l. Sprouta-Base creamy white or any two given varieties. hiM n"'UI't'II hi' InK $K 78 per square >! ask for a kidney remedy-get CARSON FARMERGENERAL
leaf j for. tht. matt roof and $50 for the re- Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that
AI faitly with
magenta
tinged ;
l I pairs on the steeple whereupon the
Mr. had.
10 CENT "CASCARETS"FOR Campbell Foster-Milburn INSURANCE.
I j i: scales and tips usually lightly tinged clerk wan Instructed to prepare A nult-

,) 4 with ma&enta.FlowerWhite.. LIVER AND BOWELSCure stole for ftatlnfactorcompletion bond; to be given' by Mr of Thrasher work Co., Props Buffalo, N. Y. 'Phone 230-3. Dakisi St

k
The clerk presented to the board all
MASONS CONFER DEGREE.
s o Group 8.-Green Mountain. Sick Headache, Constipation, Information obtained bv C.0'. Johnson '.

i: Tubers Moderately to distinctlyoblong Biliousness, Sour Stomach, Bad for the lluHtrated booklet of the coun- The Masonic lodgeconferred the J
tv for their Inspection whereupon the
usually broad, flattened; skin Breath-Candy Cathartic.No clerk was Instructed to advertise forbids Master Mason's degree" upon Earl Hilton

a dully creamy or light russet color, odds how bad your liver, stomach on the printing of said booklet of Loughman, Monday night

01 frequently I having russet-brown or bowels; how much your head The superintendent of public\ InstruO- ', to the absence of -
Owing
( -
:.. seed tlon. C IS Towell. filed with the boardhts Worshipful S
toward the end.
S splashes. aches how miserable you are from financial. statement. for the month Master N. C. Bryan, who is attending

; Sprouts Section 1 Base, leaf constipation, indigestion, biliousness of February I to his duties as representative at Tallahassee -

and sluggish bowels-:you always fret C-ost hill of tb. ..tat<. of Florida v.
and Senior Warden H. N. I The Favorite Store of Kissimmee I
nan llrown "r'lImln..rW"H
TEN WEEKS BED- EMINENT relief with Cascarets.: They immediately (.d and Ha IIH' ordirtd. tiald 111>"Xl1ll1-1 Bratton, the degree was conferred by

cleanse and regulate the stomach of loilda t'a I II \\ \\'i. vu'i the lion. G. F Parker

remove the sour, fermenting food :,<11.,11'1'( H r..1 I hIlt w "H. Minitiif, and r :
PHYSICIANS FAILED-WONDERFULJECOYERY a|>|iro\ '!I. and ..rd.r..1 paid __
and foul gases; take the excess bile Tin. fillouliiK. lilllH VMII. ximln ilapprotd ,0.

,. from the liver and carry off t"he con- and Huiitritfl ..rol'r..1 dia" nU

; stipated waste matter and poison I I'; I. L"HI..y. 1''''''",11 IHMI.! .,,,, rand $[ 4 IKI Send us Your FURNITURE ? i \
iO from the intestines and bowels. A II \5 I unli.o.
: I wish to inform of the great 10-cent box from your druggist will A I.. HIISM i.sii "ntiuige\ nn \
you : .,.IIIIIC 'linstill I l C"1I1 a nd mil*'a uun '' 1 1'I tin
benefit I have derived from the use off keep your liver and bowds dean ; ,.' \\ .. lk . HIM,, mil.HIIHH .. 211, nil Orders ForI

Swamp-Root. I had been a sufferer stomach sweet and head clear for .r I I Ilollll.: Ja nit 01. ;.5I "o

:' for than twenty from kid months They work while you sleep. < I 1',0\i IH HilI") t poi'i filmM .. lii 1 nil<1 1T <
.
more years .
I ? I \"I\h\. } .tii.lk'i t ; I nnI. <
ney and liver trouble and was almost T \I Mm, |1"h\ I'l'lk'\ jnI \ c.t 'I. ',of'l -WE HAVE IT !
4 constantly treated by the most eminent I I. II 1 11I""m. art. of jail I 12 " IlKAMS

t physicians who could only give: DOWNING SELLS HIS .1 I I. i\ iMtr....t ileric\ ] and 1 anI. III'''i
: i S 1 I .HI,.f. r. omnilHMlotisI MT; I JH DIANNKLiS;
t me temporary relief. I had been in I (us I I. }t..II.h. 1 Oil'IlllsMlollH) \ ci; t I.

E bed ten weeks when I began the use 10',1., I I.H. in.il tit,'na n<',' 5 (Ill I'' ANGLES! AND .
t of M"H.1.Iii I I..'w (In. in n lit it'tin, in oSum rI Iii<" -- ------- -- ---
of Swamp Root. Inside twenty- FISHLAKE PROPERTY AM SHAPES
fi 1111
I tuliutssiosIi.' IM tinti< n IIH i
four hours I could that I had been ,
see J II i w i "n. ",uilstiiao.re' ,, 11,4,1"
__ !tIll 01 In connection with our Hardware line we a completeline
k; greatly benefited. I continued to use I I. It 1.'lIrllll"l t apt KiiardnHhtoii carry
F. A. Strd\ip of Nebraska has (n I \\' .\ road I iouaiu.gs'i 71 (1111i i '
had used
t Use Swamp-Root until I sev- of furniture. We make a specialty\ of outfitting homes and
St i i I lollll lllhlllH t 4110' stilos. 2 1110st 61.; 67 IIOILKU PLATES ,
eral bottles when I really felt that my traded property in his home state to : Cloud rllMint,' uotlct. tax co] handle reliable

old trouble was completely cured and Dr Downing for his interest in Fish and pioH< i'utfiiK a1torne\. 1 25 TANK STEEL

I suffering lake Mr Stroup will I Sid J .I..II'M.. opv holder _ _ 6 81) GALVAJDCOPPER
I that property. come
am positive any person
John. S < ."lc.l.1 out j p. ct InqS .
) with kidney or liver trouble can here later to reside 1 : S lohMMonH u _ 17 50 AND Bed Room Furniture i i
be cured by the use of this prepara Dr. Downing is preparing to leavein 4. :Stanford. ,*o coo) I'uur farm 5 tin Dining
tion.I a short time for Nebraska to make Uulf Kiitlllsir Co. f,'rt p f 242 (00 ZINC 81IKKT8TIIUHS
.
) (* K Johnson Information for
Room Suits Kitchen
I am now in the best of health better his home. booklet for oootint3. u __ 20000 Outfits Par-

t than I have been for ten years or The other half interest in the Fish John. s ('..11.'1. out InqientV, ,

more. I do not know how to express lake property is owned by R. V. T .rhii."'r 13 50 RODS lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers
.q !K! \\ I"l.wtng.. strand of wo id t 2 OO) ,
,
myself as strongly as I desire in favor Frankford. (>H< < ola Mdw Co. rp plrnh- ct h 7 90 STAY: BOITSSTRUCTURAL
0 of Dr. Kilmer s Swumn-Root. as Ir f no(:,::ola::: Telephon; Co phone. Couches Etc.

1 --ti .t-It ;avedlif and END STOMACH TROUBLE. ti'nt poor farm 2 moa _h._ 6 00 ,
am sure
IRON WORKOF
OH.la Telephone phone
GASES OR DYSPEPSIA ,
that my good health is due entirely .rent 2 mos road camp __ -_-_ 6.00
this I \% ..itrn Union Tele Co mes ALL KINDS
to great remedy. heartily recommend -
.51'
'l "Pape's Diapepsin makes Sick Sour I 60
t :, it to every sufferer and am Gassy Stomach. surely feel fine esig.IV> Telephone co comKt3B Co.- -- phone;; 5 I This store is making a record for itself in the matter of

confident they can be benefited as I rent 2 mos ('t. house n_ _ 600 ALL HARD WOODS
in five minute. helping people to outfit homes. Cams aid Our
;i hsyve been. It is a pleasure for me, Halt )':namelMullock & Nov Co. tags 7 60 see. prices are
o; 0 If what you just ate Is souring on H II cost J p. court* 15 91 right
gentlemen, to hand you this recom- stomach or lies like lump of 1. MS In..ram. cost 1 p. court __ #.21E
a LAUNCHER
mendation. MRS. H. J. PRICE your II HullorkKlasy cost j p court'Plant __ .90
t f1; 1404 Center St. Portsmouth Ohio. lead, refusing to digest, or you belch \\ & Light water DORIES AND

I. before this gas and eructate sour, undigested 3 mos lIght 1 mo un.n_ 18 62
t Personally appeared me
M. Kats sup to road gang 10.60 SKIFFS
18th of September, 1909, Mrs. H. J. food, or have a feeling of diziiness, O W Irlffln sup to road gang.u 6.SO TOOLS TOR
BUILT TO ENGINEERS
': Price who subscribed the above heartburn, fullness, neusea, bad tasteIn 'V I n Nfaklnson Co. sp rd gang! 20 DO
5) "'. ___ __. 16 00
mouth and stomach-headache Jim .odall. guard un ORDER
and made oath that the you
1 statement S M HodKers guard n ._ ____ 15.00
I ante is true in substance and in fact. can get blessed relief In five minutes J C Orlfrln, shoeing' mulesK 2 26 BOILERS AND '

fr ,.. R. A. CALVERT. Put an end to stomach trouble foreverby K: Farmer smt pd sup rd: KMav 14 9S No matter what kind of aa Engine you hare-Gas, Steam,
f TANKS BUILT TO
Public. getting a large fifty-cent case of Lumber Co, lumberHo _._n 7 98t Railroad hay
Notary Flu A O Ry Co, sup rd KNew 86 ORDER or Stationary Engine-w. exactly the Tools yea

Pape's Diapepsin from any drug store Eden Plant, : Co: spruy r: KM : 15 00 need in everyday work Wrenches
Hammers
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